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190: Take Action to Become the Person of your Dreams - with Luz Maria Doria

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190: Take Action to Become the Person of your Dreams - with Luz Maria Doria

"Microsoft teams is helping priority bicycles reinvent. The way they work when the pandemic hit the bike shop had to close their new york showroom. They found a way to reopen by doing virtual visits on teams. Now the team can meet with two or three times the number of customers than they could before and people from all over the world can visit their showroom learn more about their story and others at microsoft dot com slash teams. Today on the podcast. I am interviewing my dear friend. Loose loose mud. Daughter is the author of several books. She's the executive producer of desperate. A medica which is if you're not familiar bigger than the today show and it's inept spaniel she has an incredibly job in communications and is also just this incredible shining light in the world. I have had the pleasure of interviewing loose on the rise stage twice. And i can't believe it's the first time we've been able to sit down and do the podcast together but if you are working on your career loose has incredible insight and ideas for how to network and how to grow how to be a leader how to get a mentor. Like we talked about it all today and i know that you guys are going to glean so much from her wisdom like i always do when i get to hang out with her so enjoy. Today's episode with lifts. Hi i'm rachel. Hollis and this is my podcast. I spend so many hours every single week reading and listening to podcast and watching youtube videos and trying to find out as much as i can about the world around me. And that's what we do on this show. We talk about everything life and how to be an entrepreneur. What happened to dinosaurs. What's the best recipe for fried chicken. What's the best plan for intermittent fasting. What's going on with her. Inner child house therapy working out for you. Whatever it is my guests are into. I want to unpack it so that we can all understand. These are conversations. This is information for the curious. This is the rachel podcast. Let's start at the beginning. Because i love your story and i think it's so inspiring and for people who've never heard it before you talk to us about your career. What doing today but also the journeys how you got here. Yeah i'm michael longman immigrants. I came here forty years ago yesterday. I was doing numbers all my got forty years ago. It seems like yechury sitting alone Hannah i'm the only child i'm the only grandchild and i always dream about being a journalist but i had a big problem. I was very I was everything. I was full of fears. I was very insecure. I've never gone to colleges. I've never been in therapy. I don't know why. I was like that but i knew i dream about the life that i have now and i knew it was gonna be difficult and then like when i was like thirty years. Old There is that cosmopolitan version of the english Magazine spanish and i started reading it. I am. I found a mentor. The editor in chief hugh roe things that made me feel empowered. Made me feel that. I can make. I came to study communication to miami. And i have a friend who was friend of her and when i finished when i graduate i asked my friend i wanna i wanna appointment with her and she gave me my first job so it is like a novel. But it's true so you became like the hispanic vote. Yes and then. She has her own magazine Twenty four. I said working with when i was twenty one when i was twenty four. She gave me her magazine. I was the editor in chief. I always tell her you're crazy. I wouldn't even magazine with my name to go. She did he became my curse. Boss might mentor and ten years later we had a fight. We separate and i started my career in television as a producer. Jane years later we make peace by the way we want. We were together less friday. And when i was safety i went. I look back. And i said yeah i became the woman of my dreams be In a spider hole might fierce. She helped me a lot but When night when i quit my job. I have to I always says. I graduate from college that she was best teacher and i have to apply everything she taught me. And then i when. I when i got fifty when i was said. I'm going to write a book trying to help. All those fear full fears. Women that leave alive the that things that exocet that success is the privilege of someone else. And i need that guy was taylor in my life completely changed because they shy girl star have to start give conference i was. I was even invited to your rice Napalese thousand women. That was crazy in my life changed completely after my first book. Now i have written three books on the resident on an executive producer for morning show hispanic morning. Show so Yeah i'm not clear example that you have to take action not just any morning show. You're the executive producer of a really big morning show. You said that sort of a number rifle. I inherited the. I always said that. I've been there for nine years. I inherited the number one hispanic morning show and still the number one so we have a great team. I'm very proud of over yet. We are immigrants like our viewers so we know what they need. So we're on. We're always trying to to help to entertain will always says that we are joyful. We are helpful and and we are hopeful. You are joyful. Because i that's how we first met was that i came to the show and the energy this was pre cova but the energy of being in the same room with you. All there is so much joy. There's so much life there. There's just so much. Imagine that you have all your All her books and you admired her on one day. He comes to your show Bombs and and and i remember when when by mid-year year rise events that i said to myself i can say no and nobody will ever know because i was to be there was scared to fit in english and i say you know what i'm going to say yes and i went and he was one of the best experience of my life. Thank you again. you're my gosh. It was such a blessing for everybody who is in the audience. And i think that i feel like. Did you speak twice. Because i feel like i didn't call you like laughing at one happens but there was another big lesson now on june and then january union by my friend lena via san You'll be a feasible world. And then i was so happy. I was so relaxed. I i was going to fort myers you know like have as we get. You text me are you. Tell me lose not Panels is. Can you come. And i said i guess they know but the yes and i could have made all this uses. I'm a you this from one day to another. Maybe that happened ten years before my fear would dictate might might rain till no. Because you don't have a university to to be there. And i had up last. I always have a blast. We get to hang out. But i think that that's such an important lesson for anybody who's listening to this. Who is pursuing a dream or has a goal personally or professionally. I really do think that god of the universe gives you opportunities and you have to be ready to say yes in that moment. Even if the circumstances don't feel right. Exactly i think is equally important to know how to say yes than to say. No i was also a people pleaser. And i was scared to say yes because people wasn't gonna love me we're gonna numb. I have to say yes and now with my last. My last book is about the them the way we use our time. And i've learned that that you have to do exactly what you want to do a you. You'll have to be scared of saying no because maybe you're again has forty five teams that you have to but at least swinney going to take anywhere. Just yes because you wanted to to please so is that is that something that you've learned over time or were there mistakes. That happened that that taught you that lesson. I knew i knew that i was doing a lot of that. I didn't have to just new lease. And the when i was writing the book i used to ride in during the pandemic last year because i was i had contact with a person who was positive when we didn't even know that we could be symptomatic. We didn't know much about the virus so my doctor told you have to be confined for fourteen days and imagine. You know me very active. I i have ford. Our daily show and i was like what am i going to fourteen days without leaving my room. My husband the dean footing the or like. I was not freezing. Her by thinking about the use of the i i always say. Why did we have to change your habits from one day to another because of covid any so difficult to change it to achieve dreams I start thinking about that. That's good and then. I start thinking how many times i have said. I'm sorry i don't have time. I'm very vc. Rhino and all those. I don't have time parking front of me. Tell me lose your lying now. You have time. Why are you going to do so. I said i'm going to write a book. These and i. I do a lot of research. I always said that from my three books is the one that i that i learned a lot. I found out a book about the rates of dying people. It was written by a nurse. You know what the number one is that people who are dying regrets that they didn't have the life day they won a half but the life or there's one them to have they leave. Your mom wanted to do something or your husband or but is not the light that you wanted and that and i think you have to do to stop postponing happen. Is you have to make nitrogen. So i realized many things that i was doing wrong and i i was i. You know the first person that that will help myself. Microsoft teams is helping priority bicycles reinvent. The way they work when the pandemic hit the bike shop had closed their new york city showroom. They found a way to reopen by doing virtual visits on teams. Now the team can meet with two or three times a number of customers than they could before and people from all over the world can visit their showroom learn more about their story and others at microsoft dot com slash teams. What were some of the changes that you made that you feel like Have made life more fulfilling for you. Okay the i think now. I'm more fully present. I used to be overwhelmed thinking ahead. i have to do the no now. I'm speaking to rachel holiest. I'm joined this moment. And after that i have a meeting that i will have another meeting but this is my my focus. I interview some people that i know. They're very vc. And i interview. Marble precedent latin woman from argentina. They say she's the most powerful women in hollywood. Her name is big cody alone. So she's the one who dangerous and all those millionaire movies and see and see me that you have to do that. Thing that you don't wanna do is the thing that you have to do i. I love like on the to do list yet. One that feels the hardest knocked out. Yeah and she also told me lose. When you're in a meeting. I you start speaking about things. That doesn't have anything to do with that meeting. The meeting is over. And that's true now zero. Yes so i'm i'm more conscious about time. I don't know you. But i don't have a test them in do you. I always been so scared to have want to read one. I asked when we have to have a testament is you don't know when a now that we have debts so close because i have lost a lot of people because of kobe is like you start thinking more about life away. You don't have a do. You mean a will a wheel. Yeah yeah yeah. No i understand. Yeah got it well just because i have little kids in had to it was very hard to do. I got twenty five year old. And i didn't have a wheel. I scare you know that that books made me like more responsible night. More focused on time or aware. I don't know. I happy with the results. Yeah that's great. What kind of feedback you've gotten from your readers like what are the pieces that you feel like they've really latched onto. I remember one. That told me lose my thank you for writing this book xia book. I had the courage to talk to my boss about leaving the the work area two hours earlier to be with my family. You know yeah i am. Although she's working from home she has the courage to negotiate her time. that's that's our report because we're always okay. We're from nine to five or from a to z. I don't know. But i i like that. I am the best thing is i have received so many feedback about i have to take action reina owning anything. Yeah that's all good that's so good. That familia that you hear all in the summer. I'm going to do when i chill when my children grow up to sing when my child when my daughter got married and she leaves a four hour sheila's for college i'm going to Will spooning postponing. Nothing happen yeah. How has it felt for you in this last twelve. Fourteen months of of everything has shifted and change like one of those pieces that you've learned in the last year that you know you're gonna take with you forever definitely. I'm going to be more aware of of the of how i use the time i think the biggest listen and i think that more than lessons more than i knew everything that i think i learned. I knew it the those. Were lesson that i had like. Don't happen to you that during this time you start like organizing things and you rescue pictures. That happened with the lessons is like them in a box and suddenly we open said all how important is to be with the family or i didn't want to be with you. I don't want to be with you. It's almost the same is right. Yeah those are. I think this this pandemic teach us to love us more unto love people more to to appreciate happiness to appreciate company and To appreciate the time that yeah the most valuable treasure will i love. The reminder of these are lessons we already knew yes. I think the most important lessons are the ones that we already have heard before. And i feel like you know those things get put in front of us again and again because we're supposed to truly take them into our core but we don't and i think that you have to keep learning the same lesson until you get it so there's something there's something really beautiful about. I love that you're talking about sort of this slowing down right like in this time period we slowed down in than that allowed us to see. What are the things. That i have been missing or i've been passing by but i also think that for me. It was questioning what. What were you distracted from when you were moving so fast you know when life is so busy and these kids and and work in schedule and you know. I think this was true for everybody that when all of the sudden that distraction was removed and then a lot of things that i have should have Process or dealt with sooner came to light and that learning was so painful. The best lessons in life for often very painful. But i'm so thankful. Because i wouldn't be the person that i am or i think the mom that i am or the human that i hope i'm becoming if i hadn't gone through the stuff so yeah time was a big one the that i've always been very grateful but now i realized it wasn't grateful enough. I remember my last vacation. I we rent a house. In the bahamas. Any was beautiful. And i remember myself walking a the beach. Nobody just me and my husband. And and i've never felt that was the last vacation that it was going to have almost two years. I didn't know. I enjoy my lab occasion right so now. I'm like very grateful for everything. Because i say i don't know if this is the last time that i that i'm receiving these. Yes yes races crazy. We were so used to travel. We were used to. Even you know how. I miss going to target i. I am incumbent. I i haven't gone to get although it was by the native one months ago because i feel like very careful but i said i can't believe targeted relaxed me that much when i was walking through the aisles. I miss that were right. Took for granted at what i think is so beautiful in this experience is the relationship with my kids and the relationship with my best friends. Because you know. I would have told her. I was so close to my kids tree kovin and it's nothing compared to where we are today. I have a reasonable family. I have an only child whose twenty-five she's gonna china anymore. She sent adults. You see leaving with us. She went to coalition she gained by. Now she's doing a a monster from home and my husband. My mom and i will leave together and we never before have talked about topics that we touched during this. Yep i was. I thought i was hoping on. I thought it was. I had a great relationship with my daughter and my husband. But we really you know. Open our hearts despondent. Good yeah yes. Yeah and then i think the you know sort of you talking about target or these things that are removed. I never thought that there was a world where i wasn't going to be able to see my my girlfriends. Who are mike closest. Most important like i just and we went months and months and months and months without seeing each other and the joy when we got to hug each other for the first time after so much and i. We've talked about this a lot. Because they think we're in this really interesting transitional time right now where parts of the world opening up or if you live in you know i'm in texas. You're in florida. Those states are wild. Just doing their heading getting worse here. Yeah yeah people really. You know and i understand like we've been at for so long there's desire to sort of rush they wanna be to the next phase but i just wanna be so conscious of not losing the awareness or the gratitude of those lessons that we learned when we rush back to we can right yes right because there's been such beauty in really simple things really simple because you know when you remove axes like with the someday you're gonna go walk through targeted again. Yeah and you're live your life so happy with the simplest things that i just. I worry for us as a community that we're going to kind of two years ago by will forget that we used to not have access to this. I just hope that we hold onto it. Yes yes i imagine you were used to these four thousand women events rights and and i was used to you know to sign autographs to thirty people and when i was going to launch the this book i asked myself knows not these different nobly noteriety odds in the innocent big difference is yeah but it's good because i think this is a as we were talking. This grey lessons that we have to eat for our next life. If you've been thinking about talking to a counselor or a therapist it has never been easier to access that when everything switched to virtual it normalized the idea of virtual counseling. Something that i've been talking to you guys about four years better help is a longtime partner here on the podcast and i love them because they assess your needs and match you with your own licensed professional therapist. 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H. e. l. p. dot com slash rise and i also think as as writers. I'm curious your perspective on this creating something that you knew would feel different so i wrote a book can it last year inside of the pandemic and i knew when i was creating it that it wouldn't be my most popular work and knew it because i knew that i was creating something that was hard and was sad at times and was kind of tackling heavier topics and my audience. Tends to like more humor and lightness by rachel. I wasn't i didn't think about that. It'd be best if you're going to help more people with. Yeah yeah and. I honestly thought i wanted. There's i can't remember who says it but there's an author that talks about this idea of writing for just one person like just one like creating work that's just for one person and if you really help just one person with this work then it. It doesn't matter that it wasn't you know what it normally would be or that we didn't get a bookstore. We didn't get to hug It's like to be able to create that work honestly and sort of push it out into space. What happened to me. When i first wrote my first book my dream was about to help. Five colombian women. I even with the nationality five. Said if i help five. I will be more than happy. Never know nothing happened my city with this yesterday. The university of carpet like the city where i'm from uvira made to talk for the communication student. Yesterday we had at noon. Ninety three from i hang around from you cannot believe how happy and grateful i was because my dream was came through because of this book. Not because one because of the second one that wind like with this one that is like the is out virtual books. So you're going to who we are going to help an win. I think there is a divine that universe always nap on the line plan. And you have to follow how. How important has that specificity. Like calling your shot being that specific when you say. I want to help five women or i'm going to be a journalist or i'm going to work in tv like is that been a part of your how you how you set goals your whole life or is that more recent. I know you know what is very. It's very strange. Because i knew that i was going to be a journalist and i wanna have the life that i have now but i worked so hard but i didn't say at dirty. I'm going to be working. Tv my life has been like three or four turning points that changes in an. I think that now that i look back it was. It was a god's plan for me. But also i was so hard to have them. You know now. I can say maybe when i'm sixty i am fifty six. I wanna be doing i i. I'm going to be doing documentaries. That's something that i want. I never thought of being an executive producer. I wanted to have this life and to being control to To be like the bridge between audience nielsen end to tell stories. I'm a storyteller. I didn't even say television or print. But somehow i landed there now. I'm more focused on what i want than i was. Do you feel like you have dreams like you feel like your dreams are bigger or more daring than they were when you were younger. Yes because now. I seen the lawsuit. When i was young for me it was like for example. If you were gonna tell me that there was gonna be bit author. And i was gonna talk to her. I said no no with me. you know. Maybe she's going to talk to another person but not with me. And i don't know why it was like that now for me. Everything is possible. I wrote something in my first book. That has said they start waking up thinking that something wonderful is going to happen that they wonderful things start happening to me. Yes absolutely so now. I think foreseeable everything yet last year i have the opportunity remember. I'ma trigger from columbia. I have the opportunity to produce an interview with president barack obama and a civilian you-know-who who and they met ganesha author. When i was in the control room. Rachel a nice hope obama their agenda there and i was the producer and i could talk to them through the eye. A- e- i can't believe i'm doing indies. Everything's possible yeah. Oh my god. Yeah so documentaries documentaries your your life for example i will love to. I will love to follow you and to to speak to people that you have changed their lives. And i will love to do house a day in rachel's live in. How do you feed your brain. You sold you know a storyteller. I loved yeah. Yeah yeah. I love documentaries too and i feel like it's such a sort of nerdy thing when you tell people that but it's mostly what i watch me because i love. Yeah i love getting to understand anything that feels Outside my life. And i just feel like such a. We live such a richer existence when we're getting information from all sorts of different sources in cultures and ideas and ways of thinking. So i am. I'm with you on that. I think documentary film. When i look at the last year and i never thought it was gonna do it. I started doing instagram libraries. With people that i that i wanna talk to you know that i admire because at that time i felt more need. What what what we needed most was hope mug know that my name is lose lose. Lose me light so i call them like You know token light light light light talking maybe like and then i did twenty five. I couldn't believe that without shoes and with my phone and being shy. Because i wanted to be a journalist but i know that i was very good ride in it and i wrote for magazine and i wrote for my show but i never. I never imagined that i could do interviews live interviews and an idea did great now. I said maybe you know. I started when i was fifty five. Maybe i should have area and that that teach me every day that if you don't take action nothing happen yes you don't do nothing going to happen right would you. I mean we're talking so much about sort ourselves and how we show up in the world. But i also know you are an incredible leader and you have such an incredible team at work and have been a leader for very long time. What would you say to. People are listening to this who are working on their careers. Maybe they don't want to write a book or you know have their own company. But they're working their way up in a career. What's the advice that you give to the young women on your staff. I follow your purpose. You know. I always wanted to to to be a journalist. I don't know if people that wanted to be a journalist. Wanted to be a journalist because they wanna be famous. You know that's when the purpose is not clear and and you have to have a was you have to to know. Why are you good at not because you are more morning year Any so i wanna to a lot of money. That's bad i don. I don't think you should do something. Because i'm going to have more now if your purpose. You've you money. Excellent by ask feel that you are. You're fulfilling that you're helping that. You are doing something that you really were in this life for and also you have to prepare yourself. You have to study every day. One of the things that i have during this pandemic esotique courses. I haven't been graduated like forty years ago. i'm always listening to those speakers but i haven't went back to coalition. I did when back to go back to college. You know online. But i did and i want that man and i think you have an idea even to a speaker versus you know it is like because i i've been invited to your to your Rise on conference. Because i speak through my heart. I don't have the now i study. I think you have to prepare. You have to study. You have to create your own connections. It is so important to to meet people who who who can help you. You can help other people. Do we have a network. Networking is very important. You can. how did you build your network. Because i've been with you at parties and you know. I literally everyone. I mean working for in this industry for forty years. You know right but you're clearly very well respected very well loved. And when when i'm out party with you it's not. Oh that's joe. It's like such a genuine. You have genuine relationships which is not something that you always. So how did you build that if you go back twenty years for how you so you build that network i. I'm very curious. And i'm always listening to people you if i if i have mind what you do no matter what you do. I'm going to ask you how you do it. Tell me about your life. And that create bonding people. People need to be listen. so high. respect Michael leaks. I help a lot. Because i've been held pilots when when people tell me lose not you're you're a great person. I have been surrounded by great personal my life. So i learned how to be a good person for example with with my friend that i was talking to lisa. Lisa milieu that i that i made young yes. She's on my book. I interviewed our to see my god. I was just texting also. Don't molly razzing. Yeah yes so I think that when you when you are genuine and you can help. A new can be generals. You know there is this change that is like created and then time time. Pass you build that relationship with people. People are grateful for that. I think that that's the good advice here is it is a genuine relationship because i think sometimes people just want the connection where they judge you on a network and tell the difference. Yeah i can feel the difference. Yeah i have so many people that tell me ledesma. They love you because of your title. I don't wanna think about it and there are people that obviously you know. I'm fifty six. I am going to be fifty six. You can recognize what people went through Don't know how to say that anything is to take To use you use the connection. Yeah yeah that's good. Did you like you know you heard you say this before. Like you became the woman of your dreams. But how much did that. Dream evolve over time. Has it shifted and changed as you grown as a woman or do you feel like you are really living when you were younger. You sort of said. This is what i wanna have. And and that's what you're in today made me when i was young. I wasn't needed confused about success. In i was more superficial and i wanna leave him miami because i want to be a journalist year because everything was happening here now is more about service. Yeah i am. I have the opportunity to to be with great people but now is like how. How can this person hit. How can i be the reach for that. I on helping someone else. I love i love to invariables and in the show at the show. I'm always thinking listening to stories and telling people you know what your story has to be told because rather of people who need it an amateur gonna actor. So i might. The purpose is more clear when when it's ever been yes when i was and that's normal you know maybe you choose things for the not for that reason but then when you leave the live your dreams you know what. What is it throughout when you look into you i. It's shocking that were at the end of april of twenty twenty one. That feels wild but when you look to the rest of your year what are you excited about. You know My mom was backsied. United last saturday and one month ago she was saying i'm not going to get the vaccine so i was very worry on now. I have hope my husband doesn't want the vaccine either so you told me i'm going to wait until december so i always prayed for we the four for family to be backseat. Aided in doesn't even. I don't even wanna travel. I wanna rent out a house at the beach and go there without thinking. I'm going to gut the the virus a friend yet. Santa mind you just call me until mid that. Her son was positive. So he's like. I don't wanna i don't wanna have feeling anymore that's all i'm asking me to be. The day was back in. It was beautiful because it was the year after the pandemic was officials when when they pulled them vaccine. I started crying on the nurse. Told me i understand. Why are you. Crying is your passport to freedom. I wanna miss the freedom game. Yeah and then. I know that. I'm going to travel in a night. I dream about buying an apartment that the beach. That i was going to do so many things that i wanna do but now that the first thing that i want to is like we all vaccinated my family unfilled freedom again and i think that's what's so many people are craving right now and i think what i like about the idea of freedom and sort of that being the pursuit is that it still feels like you're somehow retaining the good stuff of what was yes because i love going back to that conversation earlier. I'm just. I'm so worried. I don't need to hold the worry for the rest of the world but i'm so worried that everyone is just going to rush back to rushing. No no no no. I don't think you know. I don't lie. That got no be possible. There's just such a desire of like let's go again. Get out there and you you know. My daughter is twenty five on the first month. She was very obedient that she stayed home. Now she goes you know. She has like circle of friends that she'd be sent manage. She sent me videos of break. Lavenu here everybody's hub. Yes yup. Because i just drive from home to to my office at the time my work is is that you are aware of the people in the street but maybe those kind of people. They're not learning their lesson. Yeah but i think i will. I think i'm going to eat. You know my life on same. Do you think you are going to write more books. Oh yes. I want to write a novel because i i wanted to my first book. I thought he was gonna be just one. I wanted by the novel. And then i now i have the third one and i'm still writing the novels so i wanna ride the no. I love that i. I didn't know you wanted to write fiction. That's awesome yes. Yes that was the house. And i don't know how i ended up with three motivational books. But i love that well. I'm so grateful for the time. I'm so grateful that we got to. I would say. I got to see your face a love. Get off our yes. I'm very grateful for your friendship. I have the privilege of knowing you before. And i remember at a in my patio reading you and now i said she's my phone you know he's la everything can happen. I i really thank you for being a mentor. for being Is like she could do it. I can do it too right absolutely. You know what i love about you real and and the you make me stay you say okay. That's what i want to say. I'm sorry but that's what i thought and that we cannot be perfect. Rachel right right and i remember when i was looking through. Ids to mike. Kroger is saw you your cover and you were with sneakers. I like it. Because she's she's real i. Can i ask. I wanna i wanna be laker I really thank you for that. Because i i because i have a great imitation of you. Do one as an intrepid war and everything now you you have time with your divorce you know like you have. You are leaving and your experience. You're helping us. So thank you very much i love thank you. I love you too and i appreciate you saying that. It's the it is a really interesting world and navigate. You know like my you know beans my best friend and we were talking about this. She's like you know rachel the rest of us make a mistake. We make a mistake in front of three people and those three people accountable and then we learn like unfortunately when you make a mistake. It's in front of millions and that's a much harder lesson but they're like it's a lesson that i need to learn and it's a lesson that is painful but necessary so as much as i. 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theSkimms Carly Zakin & Danielle Weisberg: Empowerment Through Knowledge

For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

53:40 min | 2 years ago

theSkimms Carly Zakin & Danielle Weisberg: Empowerment Through Knowledge

"The. Hi, everybody. My name is Grammy. Welcome to the for the love podcast with your host Jenn hat maker, my mom, she writes books in speaks to crowds, but she mostly loves talking to amazing people on this podcast every week. Thanks for listening. We hope you enjoyed the show, heck ice Jan hat maker here. I'm your very happy host of the for the love podcast. Welcome to the show. Glad you're here this week, you will be too, because right now we're in a series called for the love of powerhouse women. It's no mystery why I wanted to do a series like this. I am so constantly inspired and in awe of the women in our generation, and what they're dreaming up what they are pulling off in what they are leading in creating. There's no end of this could be the only thing we ever do. The whole entire podcast could be this. But for today, you know how much I love hearing from kind of fresh creative voices pioneers, even so the two women we have on today have taken something that generally makes our blood pressure shoot through the roof and they have managed to make it not just informative, but also fun. It's like a miracle. So hopefully you are reading the skim. I know tons of you are, obviously, they have millions of subscribers. And so if you're not you're gonna want to check this out in you're gonna love this podcast, so the scam it's two s k I m it's a daily online newsletter that breaks down the most critical news in really short digestible way. And so it comes right to your inbox every morning, just a matter of minutes short, and sweet, you kind of get this high level overview of the day's biggest news, but here. Like the kicker. Here's what's great about it. It reads like a smarter Regina George from mean girls is telling you, the news, so this is new actually wanna read. And this brought to you by the two women have on the show today. Brilliant, brilliant, CEO's named Carly's Aken and Daniel Weisberg. So Carlton, yell worked together in BC in twenty twelve they decided to go rogue. And we'll talk about this to fill in a void that they saw on the news industry. So their friends from college who were smart, people were asking questions that could have been answered by short digestible news bits that they could have read in a pinch rather than long form. One hour news show or reading paper cover to cover, and that's where the skin was born. So Carly Danielle head while a few hundred subscribers when they launched the skim and that number has exploded to a whopping seven million plus. Now, the also have a weekday podcast called skim this, which is also ten minutes short sweet. Or they break down the breaking news of the day in that word enough. They just wrote a book called how to skim your life. It is delightful. It's, it's a book of life hacks. Honestly that break down the most boring parts of adulting into their signature skim style that again you actually wanna read things like what's the difference between an ATM mutual fund, but also how do I choose wine at dinner? I mean it's, it's all across the board. Like all these adult things that we have to figure out that maybe somebody ever taught us. But maybe they didn't. This is a fabulous conversation Carly into are interesting and vibrant and they're fun to talk to. And they're exciting and their work is really, really fantastic. So we're gonna talk about how they built their business what they had overcome what their goals are for the. Future, what they see for the upcoming twenty twenty election. It's all in here. You guys you're gonna love this conversation. So I'm pleased to share it with you introduced to you. If you've not met them live, the very smart talented co founders of the skim. Carly's Aken Danielle Weisberg. So Carly end in yell. Welcome to the for the podcast girls. I am so happy to have you on today. Thanks so much. General really excited to be here and appreciate you having on. You are just seriously. No joke. I can't wait for my listeners to kind of hear you talk about what it is. You do where you've sort of come from. And how you've risen through the ranks. 'cause I like absolutely love your story. So I've told them just a little bit about who you are all the very impressive things that you do at the skim. But if you don't mind for just a minute, if you'll indulge me, I love hearing about me shoots. Of course, whether it's like romantic or like best friend potential. And so could you just tell us for a minute. How two of you met what you were doing with your lives at the time and then just kind of say, this is me. And I'm this is my name's over to can pick up, which is, which sure this is Jane yell, so. We curly and I like to say, you know, in start up world and everything is really competitive in that we'd win the best founder meet story. Curling I met when they were studying abroad in Rome, when we were in. So we went to different schools and were lucky enough to be able to spend an amazing semester in realm. We Mets because of our love of fried artichokes, as we've been this. Yeah. There was like another girl who is also looking for the best fried, artichokes, says, I'm so we over that and the to it's good. They did not disappoint. Also, I reconnected after school when you're both were gang for NBC news teams brands lead then became roommates in New York still working in the news business. An had really this, same quarter light crisis a loving what we were doing work to mealy hard to get the jobs that we had to step back and realize that we wanted to do more. And we didn't want to wait in line for opportunity to open up that could be ten years later, on at the same time really, really loved working news. Stories odd reporting what was going on each day, and we serve that function for our friends who are really busy leading in so many different ways. Ryan Cade to re the wires all day long. We were and to step back of me about this demographic, that are represented millennial women were leading in so many ways and copy unique set of challenges, and they deserve a source of information that they can trust him that fit in with their teens. Soobee started the company from her pouch, just into gusts, working all night and all day on newsletter. End daily running to full fledge membership puppy, that have products that has products that all walk around the idea of living smarter and lead. Now run a company that has over a hundred employees about bananas, you guys. So when you are on the couch, and you're just beginning to piece this together in its early stage. Did you still have your other jobs? Now, this is currently. No. We had quit on relaunched really a few days later, still newer, we never tried to do it. In a half. Honestly, a few reasons why one was that awesome. It's different schedules in y'all's. Optimizing bait shifts in Iowa. I am nine to six job I divide. But knee that was wanted the other reason is that, you know, when we started getting advice from people, they said, if you're gonna raise money like you can't ask somebody to believe in you one hundred percent and you're not showing the ultimate, which is quitting. So meet are very personal decision to go into credit card debt to do that. That is not, not like were like this. You do. Right. The, you know, you've gotta check your own situation dot was hours. We had no choice but to a credit card debt because we had about four thousand dollars saved with the two of us rights by. Yeah. We went full, we don't fully right in. I actually love that. I am not super risk averse. And so I, I recognize sometimes just a moment where, you know, you're onto something you definitely see, like avoid in the marketplace, which they're definitely was at the time that you guys sort of lifted this off the ground, and you've just kind of jump off the cliff I really like admire it. I, I admire the just the you bet on yourself, obviously, the skin has just grown grown and grown and developed only layers, and, you know, new types of resources, and I mean you guys are you went from two hundred it's a big deal. But at the very beginning, what were you thinking thought this is this is our idea? This is one. It's gonna look like this will probably be the main path that we sort of tread here. And so how did you gin? You know, it's funny when you're actually talking about this the other day in, in one way, we I think we always dreamed, a big it. What would we knew day one? This is not Email newsletter. Business weaned day one. This is not a media business, and we knew day one that need. We're going to the product strategy fit into teens that was going to likely have subscription as a part of it weeks. We always like could see that this was big, and we always could steal the traction that it was happening can never visualize the people that was going to take that will help us get there. So no idea, how many people is gonna take me never been like Elizabeth, our office, be visitor funding will have that, you know, we have no idea, but I think we always we knew sitting something really big. And so it wasn't, you know, step one to get to. It was more like had a week to get on t's really overly used. Cliche anything on the rocket ship, get going. So we definitely felt out momentum early on. And really the Jeff one was how do we get this front people in all we cared about was how many people signed up for the daily skin and how to get more of them? So now that you guys are CEO's. I'm kind of comparing your this career to the careers that you left, like how have your specific and individual roles changed since you're in B C, like what, what is your day to day look like at this point? And are you are each of you sort of putting into rotation? The skill set that you were using previously or you flexing, a lot of new muscles to skillset we had, when we started the company was that we knew how to ask questions and our jobs, donated it, you, you have to question you have to look y things, and I think you have to let go of a fear in order to be acceptable doing so we knew network, we need to talk to keep all mea you ask questions. And I think that is the that has carried us through to today, because every day we learn something new, which means everyday there's something. Were base with that being had no idea out. We are meant to get through it, and, but we know how to ask you for help in think that is something that has made a huge difference for us totally are dated as are the same only in that everyday is totally different. And that was the case when there are two of us on a couch in. It's definitely the case now that will running a much bigger company, I think that were still hugely involved with every aspect of the company, not role has really run alongside the skin and the rest of team. I love how much we have expanded recently launched daily podcasts. And now the book an it's amazing to be able to have a team that can do that. So I'm I'm curious to hear your thoughts on this, obviously, always worked in news. But how have you seen your business transform since the beginning, specifically in your opinion? What is the difference now because everything just feels like rapid acceleration? What's the difference in the new cycle today than when you first started? We started to seven years ago. Everything is different in that guarantee. I think if it's possible there's more annoyed today than there was when we started seven years ago, we were starting in years ago as response to too much noise. That holiday protected. Our business strategy on its ribbit in it one that we really, really have Underdown double down on our focus is having time well-spent, which is, you know, that there's a lot of noise, we know that everyone's busy in. So having make sure that our product show of where you are. We are consumer end and that when you experience or interact with skin products, that you say time will set some concealed our strategy. I think the second part is that we are very mentioning position that we have true political diversity into graphic diversity amongst our audience on. And they're very places that obviously can say that right now. And so were in a really unique position that were we'd been able to activator audience to, to get out on only in register production showing bell just most recently getting two hundred thousand people to show us twenty eighteen midterms that so amazing. You guys. I mean honestly well done on that. Some thinking about your, your subscribers your audience at this point, you've grown to over seven million subscribers which is amazing. I mean really that is rare air. So I can only imagine at this point seven years in how many stories you have now heard from your subscribers about just simply helping better informed has improved or changed their lives. So from your perspective, what do women young women, especially that's kind of your target crew? What do they, what do they gain when they are better informed? And I'm wondering if you also even have a story may be from a subscriber who has been deeply affected by your work, or she went onto affect change because of your work. Yeah, I think the biggest commonality that we see is that people are informed. There's more offense ending you and that goes two ways one is that you are more likely to ask. Question it feeling that ground information to able to ask someone else they think about something you're more likely to start a conversation and then you're more likely to speak up, and I think that confidence is something that we see as common theme. Two women were all different points of their lives and are looking for all different types of information that something that we're very proud to help foster as a coming. That's so true. I mean, even as you're saying that I, I'm going through my mental Rolodex of conversations that initiate, in their own entirely base of some sort of topic, right? I have an opinion or I'm informed, or I've been reading about it, or, I've been listening to it, and I mean, I don't think anybody would disagree that we need more women's voices in the world right now. Kind of every sector, frankly. And so I think your work is going to have incredible ripple effects that you will probably actually never see, but that will deeply sort of this culture of women. Hey guys should here. Hope you've been enjoying the show. You know, great way to start your morning with this podcast. Obviously a great Cup of coffee obviously. And what is better than a Cup of coffee one with a great cause? So let me tell you about fire department coffee. It was founded by firefighters. It's run by firefighters. And when you drink fire department coffee, ten percent of their proceeds support, Israel or injured, firefighters other first responders, how much you can enjoy your coffee knowing you're helping our heroes when they need it most also fired apartment coffee is roasted to order in a variety of flavors like original blend, dark growth, decaf doughnut, shop tons more. It's super easy. Drinking coffee to start your day outright. I love it. So order. Yours today at fire department, which is d p t coffee dot com and new music owed love. FD C love FTC to save twenty percent on your purchase. So also. And don't forget to check out fire department copies. Full line of handspun, mugs, t shirts like basement credible merchandise in get some for yourself or as a gift or for the coffee loving people in your life. So let me give you that site will it's fire. D E. P T, coffee dot com and use the code love. S D C to save twenty percents, awesome deal. Let's get back to a show. So as your as your subscriber base continues to grow, obviously, your team is going with it. You've got a hundred employees that is crazy, by the way, because that felt overwhelming every, like have to take a deep breath like good Lord of hundred people. This is their job everyday feels overwhelming end. We have that late Hitachi moment of our office in realize that we have office that isn't art in our -partment tends that like they're alive, people who work here, they get, as a responsibility that we get all the time, and it's also a privilege to be a source of information for millions of people throughout the country because those things are beyond what we ever could imagined. When we started a copy on shore. I'm curious like what's the breakdown of your team in terms of in terms of gender? At what are you noticing? About the women who are on your team. Yeah. Offense adeptly majority women, but no certainly all are welcome. Definitely have station across the jenner's. In terms of things that we noticed a really a very s female CEOs. It's incredibly important to get you on that we create the office that we would want to work for and create a policies, that would look for in employer so whether or not family, leave policy, whether that's like the health benefits, including for Chile coverage weather, that's having not being able to, to have a family and to be able to let's will work environment on that. So important to us on in. So we're very excited in chewy honor to seize many of the armed police go through different life stages. With us already started seeing that in a, you know, a lot of a lot of new parents happening. Oh my gosh. Right. That's your, that's your crew. It's just gonna rain babies, probably in your work environment for a really long time of all these sort of young moms. I'm thrilled to hear that you are prioritizing. Morale and work environment and benefits and thinking, specifically about how those sometimes disproportionately affect women in the in the workplace. And so that is exciting to, to hear. You say that, do you have mentors? 'cause, you know you came into this basically idee aiding you're creating your your you're sort of vision casting, and now you are, you are CEO's. And so now it's so much management and team development where do you look to mentorship in, in terms of leadership Yemen thir-, too late where we'll take them on a we lead in very Hugh have belted incredible network of linen. Who chew the not within our nine online calls on multiple Jenny Fleiss season line. You know, they just really have been there for us on Redick in Ben and the done this before. Books in before but they built teams before they big time management challenges the four they hired before they fired before they his money before they've done all the things that we have been doing for the very first time, and we just been really lucky to have built a network of people that we can be very honest with, like, hey, going through this, this is really hard. I like hearing you say that I hope everybody is picking up on that. Because there's this really inflated idea out there that autonomy is something to be either applauded or that's the endgame or the goal. We're frankly, find a culture clever action, incredibly fruitful. That's all the leaders that I respect the most collaborate also in fired the book, which is we've all been through this before we all have to things before our release things. Whether it's you know, choosing your healthcare plan, negotiate your salary Lear all trying to figure out and know we wanted to create a reference book that you you'll that you have enough information to make educate places in the book is really funny, guys and. I love your approach to it which is very skim ish. You know, you just sort of took this, this skim approach to writing a book, which is fabulous. I've been holding my just crossing my fingers for long form content from you guys for some time. And so you really delivered here and I enjoy it so much. I wonder if you could just talk a little bit more you just touched on it. But took a little bit more about the book and about the process like okay. So everybody listening. It's it touches down quickly. These are not super deep dives. But they are kind of this, incredible encyclopedia of quick information for things, you want to one of your titles things that make you feel fancy Levitt that made me that thinks that save money. Things that are tedious of you talk about taxes a little bit. It's, it's kind of this very broad sense of kind of how to be an adult and I love it. Can you talk a little bit about the writing process, and what that was like for you and what you're hoping your readers take away from it? Exactly. Yet it is meant to the relations copulation, all the question that we had that go into being adult that no one really tells you at unfortunately, there's no class, at least Fennelly time wondering why there isn't a class and where he go, where the advice and a lot of this advice are things that we are going through together as a generation, and selling wanted to pull all of these together full degraded by lethal so lucky to get into one reference book that you can return to and having guy new through different moments in your life. One of maker, exactions. Is things that are using if through things like health insurance. I mean, those are things that we didn't learn until we were trying to look at plans for our employees are so many things that people don't talk about the don't have time in your day to go through an ARCO is that you go through this, you learn something new, and then you act on it jumped into our station might not have had before make it assist that you've been putting off Kate. Some sort of action that make you feel like you're take tedious step forward today. Yeah. And you nailed it. And I think one thing that I really commend you on is that not only did you tackle this wide array of dolt issues that. People in their twenties. And thirties, are going to encounter in many cases for the first time, but it's, it's fun. And it's cute. It's funny and it's clever like thank you so much for making it entertaining because sometimes reading great council on budgeting or investing or interviewing skills can just be so dry and so clinical, and boring, and you made it fun and entertaining at acceptable. And I just felt because I was flipping through like oh that, that sounded that may that's not easy. Like I could do that. I could tackle that based on this advice. I have to know. Do you have like a best life hack that you learned while pudding this book together when that maybe we even still use? Yes, I spend way too much time packing and. Is can spend release on the show. One of that was small helical for me as we lay out what you basically need for every trick. And deceived me a ton of time. Also fun, tricking in their jewelry. But I think my favorite on it's something called the Commodore method inning. It is really like the aid on it's been. It's really about Oxy could do sprints of hard. Bogus work in take a break our whole section. There's a whole section of about wellness in stress management, and a were all sort of, you know, as phones we all haven't attention problem if you talk about, you know, house time spent I opted by myself trying to focus on something getting distracted or thinking they will take too long enough starting it in the final door. Method is the perfect recipe to make sure that you can do really intense productive work in meditate O'Brien. I love that sets that works for me, too. That's exactly how I operate rather than just like dripping it out, over the course of a day in feeling like nothing done. Hey, everybody chipping in for quick second to talk about one of our really awesome sponsor. So if you're like me shopping, for fashion of make your poem sweat, just me. So there's like the trip to the store or the mall at hard pass than the sifting through the billions of selections, clothing, beauty products, Sary's, whatever it's too much. 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I mean, it's two hundred seventy dollars for the summer box for only thirty nine ninety nine this is just an easy decision. So it's fab fit fund dot com and the news my coat. F T L to get ten dollars off your first fab bit van box you're gonna be. So glad you did this pair body back to the show. I'm gonna go back just for a minute, because it seems like to me at least that twenty sixteen was a bit of a watershed year for you in terms of content. What really that was just true in the world. And I felt like that year. It's just felt like I saw the skim, absolutely everywhere. I mean, whether you were interviewing presidential candidates, which was super exciting, or as you mentioned earlier registering people to votes. Really? I mean, that's something you should be probably proud of forever. So what do you have planned? And of course, you've just crossed the midterms recently. But what do you have planned for the twenty twenty election? You've got to be thinking about it. I'd love to hear what you are working on in terms of that election, and then I'd also love to hear your predictions. I mean, what do you think that we will see from the news cycle Visco around? I'm still excited about this question. And actually, we are beginning about now accuses twenty one but you're the first person to ask us about is that I think that one were so excited to see the different types of candidates that we've seen ranks you will call are women. It's, it's exciting to see the earthy in this group and in this field, and I think that no matter what your political beliefs, are that something exciting just for democratic process on the other thing that we're really excited about that. We the about a law is creating this identity of voters out there in having people really identify as a voter, I not the hardy, but that everytime election comes around you're not the game. I'm Republican or democrat, you're thinking that you're voter the exits shin. Is that at the end of the cycle, you are going to cast an idiot? That should be something that you feel strong about. And that you feel informed, you know, it's gonna be it's, it's gonna be a big election on, it's really important that this group Omonia women who hold so much power at have power to change things show up and make sure that they make there was hurt. Yeah. I know you know, we're all just sort of looking ahead with a bit of trepidation. The last election cycle was just. Well, I don't know if it's dramatic felt kind of traumatizing on the nation a little bit. And then, of course, we are now in this very strange time where. It's easier than ever to as we have seen to manipulate social media. It's easier than ever to put out. Doctored videos. It's easier than ever to have just spin, and, and fake news. Go viral and so that feels a little scary. So as, as the two of you who are responsible for putting news content in front of citizens in front of voters. I would just love to hear you talk a little bit about media literacy, and how you protect your own company from these darker influences and. I would just love to hear your opinion on how you think as a culture, we will be able to overcome some of these really insidious forces that, frankly, can threaten our democracy. The great ashen. I four most probably started was with a journalistic background ridge realistic integrity in the core of what we do on yet. You know a team you know about a hundred people now but we have a very need at to'real team. And we have higher everyone that we hire comes from usually make sure they've gone from a hard news background, or really gone through a really strong, aditorial camp at the skin and for us, we lead from day, one sort of them entre. Lee don't have to be irst. We have to be right and that's actually try to go into breaking news. And because we come from a place where we know what it takes to have the resources, especially in today's world to truly fack into truly be in the moment. And Ray now in this, this kind of two rental in twenty four seven new rash that, you know, people can keep up with themselves. So giving. The way that our products were who have the riba JD. Newfound the ability to take a second to digest, it to understand, whereas sources coming from, what are these are these actually facts to be able to appropriately fat check to them the able to digressed it into end, put it in front of our audience in a way that gives them enough information so that when they have the ultimate choice of going into a voting booth repeal, they're making informed choice in. So I think we've always kept our head down in focus on that and focus on that mission. And we've been very careful about how we think about partnerships. And we've been very careful about how he thought about building, another platforms actually building another platforms. And so, for that, for that reason, I think he knew he'd been able to sort of, in many may be the little engine that could on her own. Well, what's telling to is that your consumers are across the spectrum, you've right, that you are, that you draw people from all walks of life in different political parties in different ideologies, and different geographical areas. I mean that alone is very compelling. That people feel like they can trust you for unbiased news content. And that is literally exactly what you deliver. I'm I love to hear what? What what's your favorite thing? That you've pulled off, like a weird question, like you've now branch into so many cool areas. What is something that both of you? I lived here, brother answers kind of look back ago that was awesome. Like that was unexpected or that with further than we thought it was going to go. Just however you really want to answer it. But I think the answer, which is I think it's for both of us. What we don't election, Ana, I can't, I think, honestly, people when we started gambling keep being in your old job than we would say, no, the only time we ever myth. It is like on election night, or on a brick news thing, and you the white wine miss that rotary on. That's just a great things the Harda. And when we finally got to have achieved was just staring at each other at all really, we can build our own karate and not only that, like, we can free true action that we can measure. And I think when we started having kind of vision of what no excuses and that could be for as started talking to other companies, or other forms that on encourage voting. We saw just how artisan they were have they were really tied to specific agenda to your point. Our audience is really politically diverse. They live all over, they don't all vote the same way they don't all think family McDonnell, hat all this anyway. We're all going general Anthony everybody in. So then we were able to create a truly grassroots campaign Eckerd that built not just from twenty sixteen but into twenty eight heat truly lead spearheaded by our community who we Matt. And who went home in their learnings from our skin boot can't hear back home at then into that day. We got over two hundred thousand people to vote in show midterm is crazy. And when will about look at the graphic diversity of our audience and know that they were showing up in the most closely attested reasons we know that we made an impact, we know we made a difference. And so to me, I think it is like how do we pull it off? Because we is truly through the vision on grit hustle. Amazing team. That is outstanding. I mean, really sincerely outstanding. And I, I love the, the that you have the ear of millennials because, you know, just as the, the trends have tended to show, it's harder to get younger voters into the booth just in general. This isn't just this generation, that's kind of every, and so the fact that you are working on higher engagement with younger voters is exciting. And it's good. And I think it's good for our democracy. And it sets a really great example. I just find that exciting. Like, you've, you're, you're catching lightning in a bottle right now with an with a generation that is so much more active and politically, progressive minded in general just and engaged and it's just exciting. I think your work has enlists potential. What do you wanna do next? Like, what are your when you're just sitting around, and you're sort of dream boarding for the next five years? What do you see what are you hoping for? There's so much morbid wanna do think that, you know this bookstore is so exciting brisk is a chance to get in front of our skimmers where they are in so really interested in seeing what we can do across the country, whether taken are no excuses effort in a bigger way. This person will be doing ticketed event, which was so excited about the opportunity to get on stage in real conversations on an nuance. John skin nest daily podcast this year. So podcasting area that we love our relate cited Hugh Roe into yet. That is awesome. How are you going to how are you structuring a book tour? Is it just the two of you on a stage? Do you have a special gas? Are you feeling questions from the audience there? We're gonna ten different cities, and we're gonna have a moderator in each city. So we're so excited to have women like actually ram Hannah. Rochman Kurla hall service shell got our lake the it's gonna be amazing group. We are so excited that we're going to have conversations about what's in the book meeting, all of the stuff that needed now as me now, gated growing this company growing up. That's awesome. What, what some of really learned like where would you say this is a spot? We either we got it wrong and had to make it right? Or we didn't anticipate it at had to sort of adjust for it or we went down this one path, and realize it was the wrong one and head, of course, craft like where would you say these have been a couple of our biggest lessons either, just in reporting or in managing or whatever sort of level of your career? Any for me personally adverts on the management side in that's been the hardest thing in at times. The most rewarding awarding attempt most fumbling. And really learning what it means to be a strong communicator. What it means to set explications to explain what accountability is on how I'm involved or not involved as a manager. And then, of course higher, and so, so many of the women mentioned before whenever mentors have been like our right? Hands in helping to keep that out. Absolutely that I, I appreciate your humility that, that you are willing to talk about that openly, and make adjustments when your work calls for it. I, I love that you have learned on the fly, and that you've still ended up building such a beautiful company that you can be so proud of. So before we sort of wrap this up, I'm thinking about you, as two very young, ambitious successful women, we have so much to learn from you. And from your example. And so if if. Got a listener right now who's thinking about starting her own venture in whatever field. She loves what piece of advice, would you with the both of you give her sort of at the starting blocks? I think that one of the bases vice is she get comfortable with the word. Now, if you're gonna hear it more times than you think possible is doing something new or doing something. Interesting. See, you have to learn how to take it as an invitation to take different path, and not see it is not against, you great point women in general struggle with what feels like rejection. But yeah. If we all threw in the towel after our first five knows we would have no career none of us. That's a great win. Did you have another one that don't don't dance around what it is you're trying to ask for? I think if you are at. Inker something to raise a promotion, a job fundraising at work. I think something we were really guilty early on. Like flirting with the ass in hoping on his mind reader? I think that's very gendered. You know, men don't have a problem with direct communication by enlarge, and they so they tend to get what they want more often, and where women have this strange notion of either being overly polite or this strange idea of diplomacy or even just that they don't have a right to ask. And so I appreciate that. You're pushing back on some of those antiquated notions. In fact, it's interesting too, when I when I read sort of the data on workplace relationships direct communication in men, primarily appreciated by both men and women. So it's not a trait that people disdain, they actually prefer direct communication. So for some reason, we have this sense, sometimes as women that it's too forward. We're fat. Fact, it's actually useful and, and welcomed. So thank you for saying that specifically. Hey guys Jin here breaking into the show for minutes. Tell you about a service, our family has actually found to be a lifesaver. It's care dot com. So care dot com is such an easy, and reliable way to find care for everyone in the family win in wherever you need it. They have access to eight point six million caregivers across sixteen countries. So care dot com is the world's largest digital marketplace for care. 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And so you just nestling perfectly in here, so we're asking every woman in this series. These three questions sort of be top your head. Whatever comes first. Here's the first one. And I'd love to hear both of your answers. If you don't mind, what's something, a woman, you admire has taught you that you've never forgotten. My mom, always my mom always fought gate. No one can fight review more than Inc. That you are your own hair team. You are your advocate and any time that I ever felt like, you know, tired are, you know kinda defeated at work like duck. What kinda gets me going again, because I'm like, well, no one else is gonna fight for this, except me. Maybe. I think that's not sticks of me a lot, right? My vices from my mom's. Well, and it was made your money. Ninety that always sticks with me. And that was the case when I was eighteen end interning in China, sign off jobs on the side that made it's a piece today. Does awesome. How about this? What is your greatest hope for the generation of women coming behind us help each other? I think that. There is so much opportunity for all of us, and there's more than enough to go around. So the advocates for each other, I don't believe in scarcity either all adds that Gabby cheddar the feedback like when you see someone falling into one of the tracks of, you know, not communicating not really what wanting not any themselves like full him aside in professional were cat off or second land. How you how this kind of repeats itself to help break the cycle. That's great advice at one of the most powerful days in my life was I was in a room. One time with just a small handful of women who do the same sort of work as I do. And we just sorta win. Okay. Everybody gloves off, like on the table. We talked with another about what, what we're getting paid what we are asking to get paid. What our contracts looked like the stuff that usually tuck away, and you just have no idea. It was so empowering to be in that room and to, to share that information with one another with the notion that, you know, a rising tide is gonna lift every boat harbor and, and that really changed my idea of what it meant to share with other women to share information to share knowledge to share hacks. I, I really appreciate other answer on that. I think community powerful women is such a great hope for the future. Here's the last question, we actually ask every guest in every series this question to wrap it up and just know that you can answer it. However you want. It can be you can have a really like very tender or serious answer or it can be one hundred percent absurd so you pick. But here's the question, what is saving your life right now, is Jim how as we prepare to go on a three week book tour? We're little stress and one of the things that makes me happy. Essen keeps me. Calm is coming home playing with my dau- isn't a door fall many golden doodle. Instantly based there. Fairly say, don't have a dog and also experiencing the same stressing diety have, honestly, like Archie late. I think that if it was just the chew of ethnic Ivy league this stressful gonna ethically. We've got up on a gain base to do it in a lie so much work into this in we're doing this force or the cherry on top. But, like a lot of people who've been building everything else on. So right now, I think that is literally keeping us running. And also our explosion. That's great. You guys. I would also add, I've been on lots of tours also, and there is something very, very valuable and do not forget this piece of advice to as quickly as you can get back to your hotel room that night, just take off your pants like that is step number one as quick as you can. Like, I'm, I'm buttoning my pants in the elevator. So just keep that in mind. All right. Well, you just tell my listeners where they can find you where they can find we'll all the things including your, your tour schedule started the tourist schedule listeners voted the skin dot com slash buck. Get your get your tour ticket. And then if you go to the skin dot com getting after the daily skin, make sure you got in your inbox every morning, all to follow aphids skin, when Instagram and don't forget to check this out in every dot asked at into skin. This is our daily afternoon or early evening committee upset because killing it out there. You're just sling giants exciting to watch and it's so good for this culture of women. It's so great for this generation. This is really important in meaningful work, and you should. Absolutely be proud of it. And it's exciting to cheer you on. I really can't wait to see what you continue to do. And how your work continues to grow. I'm thrilled to put it in front of my community. Absolutely. And any way that I can ever come alongside of you or support your work, I want you to let me know because I really, really believe in what you're doing. So thanks for coming on the show today. And I am thinking about you on your book tour like pants off. Okay. Just tell I wanna make sure that you receive my information it's going to be amazing the greatest time on your tour. Yell there you have it so great. You guys, honestly, go to the skim dot com and just sign up for their daily sort of news bit your that, that will be your front door into every awesome thing that these calls are putting out to the world. It's good to be current. It's good to be involved. It's good to be knowledgeable. These girls are trustworthy, and I just thought they were so fascinating at. I'm really excited to watch where they go. So check out their website, everything that they mentioned, by the way, we'll have linked over John had mccur dot com podcast tab. 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CIPYD 73: Doug Kreeger and Plott Hounds

Can I Pet Your Dog?

50:05 min | 5 years ago

CIPYD 73: Doug Kreeger and Plott Hounds

"Is there a dog Anna car out of bar on the street? That's a dog that we really want to me. Hey, can I pet your? Cannot pet your dog dog with Rene and Allegra. Welcome to can I pet your dog. I'm Allegra Ringo dog owner. I'm Renee Culver a dog. Walter on the boards is our producer, Alexis Preston. And this is the podcast for unapologetic doglovers. Hey legs. How're you doing on doing great? How're you doing? Really good. Yeah. I I am. I'm still in the Christmas spirit. I thought it was going to dwindle feel strong now. But how are you feeling about marshmallow world? Is it one marshmallow world? But I have not heard it again. So it's fine. I think all radio venues got hold of that. Radio stations department stores. Well, I wish that was true. I feel like it's only I feel like there's like nine Christmas songs total only a matter of time till here again. Right. But I haven't heard it again. So meets a blessing. Okay. And I want your thoughts on this. How do you feel about the fact that now I think of you every time I hear you know, what? I understand. Okay. Who has struck on that song? I think about it who ever thinks. Interesting one to hate. But I like it brow. You and I think you should stay in. Thank you. You take the stand on most though is it goes like remember any of the words, and Santa Claus is. Worst. Tune in the world. Yeah. Yes. His said, no just makes me like, oh that makes me it's like nails on a talk board. Anyway, how dare you? This is in our sort of like our conscious right now is how creepy baby it's cold outside is. I don't know about this one. But I feel like it's so obvious now bring some city figgy pudding bring it right here. Why winning so demanding I agree with you, Hugh? Hugh. Yeah. But does that kind of like, that's everybody's opinion. Or is that a unique observation of my own? I don't know. Here's a question. I never surely. Is that supposed to be funny or is it not kid? I was like, oh, that's hilarious. I thought they were being jerks on purpose you now, I'm like, but that's the only Honey parts, I think you I think you may give him too much credit. I think so too. I'm like, I don't know. What to go weird one joke in a song just drunk carolers being Jerry. I know. I know. Guys read actually to come here. That is is it for the segments. What's your problem with Christmas care? Guys, we didn't know. Christmas complaint corner. Our new podcast. Hey, great news. Boy, do we have some dogs for this week. Great dogs. Allegra can you please tell our listeners what they've gotten themselves into. I can't you guys. We have believe it or not we have more than just Christmas complaints for you this week. We have a fun dogs. We met this week. I believe you, and I both have dogs speak very excited. I have a mutt. Minute on the plot. Hound. Thank you to Katrina. I suggesting that great. We have wonderful guest. Doug. Krieger thing that craze perfect because he's a Broadway star and a dog Walker. He brought in his little dog. Max we're in about high. Yeah. It's pretty great big deal. Also, his little bit of a celebrity on my God talk about that huge celebrity guys. Yes, we also have a Facebook pinned post of the week. Plus, I'm gonna tell you all about hero dog. I mean, we really turn in this around the guy with being groping and ending skyrocketing into success. Well, should we get too? I think let's do it. Okay. All right. So legs. I understand you met a dog this week. I met a really great dog this week. I will I'm listening. Okay. His name was Leon. I was walking down Larchmont, which is like this cute street in LA. I was having a solo Christmas shopping day. And you guys I was like higher life. I was having the funnest time. And I saw Leon. Yes. He was of note because he was sitting with his human at an outside table so him and his owner both sitting on stools like across from one another like a coffee shop stuff it up. Oh me, and my friend are having coffee I love now, I wanna to describe Larchmont a little bit like, yes. Shoe shoo how it be like downtown at the North Pole looks like I guarantee cute a lot of small businesses. Yeah. And it's like a fun shopping this nation in LA. So your your bar for you is already just exactly Guirec into Hugh, like big goods cute to buy. It's cute to see a Doug sitting across the table from a human. It was pretty crazy. We're talking. What are we got? Here's the crazy thing for you Leon. Yes. Owner very friendly. Very nice. Leeann is he thinks a cross between a pit bull and a Doksan. So he look. Like a giant small. Allegra hoodie, looking in a cute way. It was the best thing. He looked like a big dog on short legs that combo. Yeah. I do dream you want to you as I know. Absolutely. What it was the best, and he was super friendly owner super nice. Let me pet him for a couple of minutes way into it gave me some kisses. It was he was pretty great. Okay. Now. What what color we're talking? He was like Richard Brown reddish Brown where it was this one of your days where you're traveling without your phone. So we didn't get a picture. I gotta make sure this is this is a creepy thing. I hope it isn't listening because what I did took a picture from far away like voyeur before. 'cause I was like look let me talk to his dog. I need to have evidence. Obviously I plan to blow out the human before. I post it. Don't worry. Okay. Do you have this pick at the ready? I do actually. You know? No, no. I'm showing it to you. Now, it's kind of descent. Weitz creepy person turned out. Okay. So. I can't it's it's perfect. It's too much. So it really does. Like the core. Does look like a pit bull body and pit bull face. But it looks like cocker spaniel ears. Yeah. Meet with like fluffy long ears and big fluffy. Golden retriever tail on this guys. I should say this is the two breeds that the owner gave me he hasn't sort of fluff flipping interior in. There has fluffy component to him as well, boys. Very cute. Yeah. This dog's great job. Thank you. Boy. All right. And he was wearing a dinner. Also almost forgot that part owner kind like macklemore for a second for a quick second. I was like is this. Macklemore that crazy. But like I was like is this macklemore sitting in a cafe with his dog on a stool? And I was like, no, it's just a white guy. But. But what if it was can you imagine some guy who was really nice. And I was like I don't think this back labar seems to I don't know. I know speak to, you know, no, those kind of like a regular guy, and I felt like macklemore. I don't know what my expectation was. And I was like no did he talk about discount shopping. Could have been him. Can we go through together? I mean, I guess okay. I think you macrumors dog the story. Whatever you say, so. Now, I wish I would have gone. I non that is not. So dog walk in love. And it's great. I recurring dog which means you get to wash at the same time every day. That's a big deal. So I've got another chocolate a little weenie dog. I think it's a Chinese. I think it's perfect combination q. So soft his name's fry. He's like an end the only dog I've met who comes up running to you with kisses before. Like, I I'm meeting dislike we're gonna kiss it out you and me just the best. But then fry when we go on a walk will behave like a mayor whose town is in trouble. And he needs to reassure every neighbor dog and squirrel. It's okay. So we will be walking along. And he will he's he's little. Yeah. Can't wait more than ten pounds something. He does that. I cannot pull him where he just like stops when he sees somebody. He's like I'm going to need to go talk to them. And just let them know. What's going to be? Okay. And so he'll go up to them like nuzzle them and give them kisses. All people. Just die. When they go crazy, and it's really really cute area. Nice. Like a bunch of nice homes. So it's a bunch of moms and strollers babies dying. And then he did the greatest thing today where a mom had like a baby holder on. And I'm describing this well at all. Like like, she's carrying baby Lakeway. I wear a backpack to club. So I can dance hands-free. Thanks. Baby in a backpack on the front professional law here. That tax on the front. You heard it here for. What it's called exactly. We're we're killing it, obviously. But she knelt down. And she said, maybe he'll tickle your feet. And then he did just that where he like leaker feet like just and she giggled I was like, this is this can't be real a film. So can't right. And I get to hang out with him three more times this week. I love heads. And is he converting you to a certain team every certain times. I don't want to talk about a little like that was fry. I could walk him with every dog. I walk. Yeah. Which is a little bit concern right now like do God willing, we get industry jobs. It's up right now, we've got to keep the dog walk and going. And so, but I want my dog. I don't I can't do it yet right now. I still want a big dog. I wanna dog so bad. But if it's fry, yeah, they're like, hey, you cannot fry right now. It'd be like, okay. Yeah. Cuties acuteness. Only thing wrong with him. Is he demands to make people's day better. Great. I love that. He's like obstinately like, no stop. We are stopping I need to address them. You're like his assistant thesis into the mayor. It's like well marriage. Mr marriage. I understand it. It's great right now. Frankly. Nailed it for dogs. We met this week. This is a very I also I think I see the picture the picture that. I sent you the Doug win yesterday. That's that's right. Oh, he's so cute. We'll post photos of both these dogs. Don't worry. You guys. Think a great week for dogs. We met to sure has and maybe for winter dogs. Yeah. That's true. Cocker spaniel for years. I'm not from MAC Amore doesn't always talking. He only those shopping. Do you know what time it is? What time is it? It's time for Plott hound mutt? Minute hit. If you meet a new breeding curiosity beckons, learn about only sixty seconds Ma. Are you ready? I'm ready excited. I am. I'm excited. Thank you for this one. Yes. I am looking to I've seen a picture. I really had no info about this. Is it hard to get information Bennett? It was really easy. I just I don't have that much experience. Thank you for being concerned. All right right account. My head no shoe how the whole time. It's not going to be distracted studying. Okay, fine. I guess I mean what other my phone got it? Okay. I'm ready. Are you ready ready to one the plot? Hound is a large sent hound originally bred for hunting boar is letting muscular and agile males weigh about fifty to sixty pounds and females forty to fifty five pounds. It. Typically has a Brindle coat are though, there are some that appear more solid in color. The American kennel club describes them as a hunting hound of striking color and a dog. That is intelligent alert and confident the plot hound was developed in North Carolina in the early eighteen hundreds by the plot family family of German immigrants. Of the plots brought with them several Hanoverian hounds which are used for hunting bear, and bore in Germany the plot hound is descended from those. The plot is the only Coon hound breed is not descended from the FOX hound. The plot is very energetic and willing to couple of long walks or runs each day. If you can do that mimics hunting with them the love that it's a good expenditure of energy might consider getting them involved in tracking or search and rescue plot enthusiasts. Also recommend securely fenced yard the plot is first and foremost one hunting dog and as likely to chase down any sent he or she finds interesting time. Are you kidding one? No one show me. I didn't stop it. But. Now, it's one of seven, but. Outstanding. Thank you. What fascinating dog. Okay. Well, maybe two things one can can. I do it can make Colbert breed. Can I name right? The plots eight that wasn't that long ago you can develop a dunk in two hundred years put my name on it. What I say it's Coleman here. What are people gonna do? Maybe that's how they did it. They just took a dog that had a different. Well, no, you did the research. That's crash. Several things. But I mean, I don't know. Yeah. Look, no one's argue with you to sit on the street who knows and then in a couple of hundred years, maybe your descendants. Will register it with KC. I gotta tell you though, I think Hamilton had brought this to the forefront more often. But like what what is your legacy by dies tells her story? That's that's it you've done you get a dog. That's all you need. That's wait or right? I'm always like trying to write you care dog named after us. Oh my God. It's not easy. Also. All right. Okay. Well, let's have a little meeting after this. Let's this. Covering. In the name Rinco marine. Call bad. All right. Oh, well, we go player Parang right because Preston sitting Perenco yelling her. Remember it? Glare. As she should have. Frankly, were nothing we need her second survey Shen when you said you need to give him activities that mimic hunting. I why have we not thought of this to have dogs sniff out keys? I lose them all the time that would be the activity. I would give him his find mckee's mckee's that for just in general like all dogs. Should learn this fine mckee's? You don't need to know to go to the bathroom outdoors. Just these. Thank you. It can be trained to sniff out low blood sugar can surely find a key easily. I wonder if you've done that tweet at us wanna know someone who has or if you have ideas on how to do it. What would be the best way to sniff them and hide them in you find him using you find. You find. You smell the key. I gotta tell you. We've got two thousand seventeen is looking right. You have some great idea. How we monetize the question. But you're figure it out. But I think don't you think like we've put together because like the reason that people develop these breed there's a there's a need like the plots needed to hunt. Boars right. We need to find her keys so the Perenco so I dug known to man be able to find your keys. That's actually, look it's perfect border. Because. Can't can't think one thing. 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But also dog company owner, also maybe just the best guy with a current dog on his lap. Ladies and gentlemen, we have Doug Krieger and the studio. Also. Yes, max. Yes. Steven Tyler junior, that's his stage name. So when we're in professional situations. Steven Tyler junior before we started recording. You broke down the origin of how we went from Steven Tyler junior to Mexico, so his rescue name was Steven Tyler junior. And we were like that is a mouthful so when we're mad at him. Like, your mom using the middle name. Well, yeah. Full name. But we went from Steven Tyler junior to 's TJ to 's TJ max. Okay. You know, like I said we had sort of we had dabbled with Steve or Stevie. But you know, it wasn't quite right. Max, even though it's common. It just feels like him. Yeah. Max works. Also like the lineage of that. It's it's perfect geometry proof to this to this. Of course. Now, if we were to describe it, man, you know, what I've used this recently. But I do think I think max has a little bit of max from the Grinch, but a little bit more. He looks a little bit. Like an e say that because he is part Brussels and Brussels, Lucas Basti walks on. So you are right there in the market. Dog reference interested very embarrassed to tell you that. I did not know that's what e- walks are based off of fun. Right. Works right proved me wrong. How did you guys come to adopt Mex? So we had been he came from a rescue organizations, the real bark, and there's a pet store right on the street from us called echo bark. And the real bark is based out of that pet store, basically. And they're an amazing organization. So we've been looking for six months to year for dog, and we we had almost gone with this little boxer which adorable. Yeah, she went to home, but we just weren't ready quite yet. And so we saw him come basically his picture on the Facebook page and historian been he had been hit by a car dragged his whole front right paw had been like minced broken, and he crawled he pulled himself into construction site. And the construction workers knew somebody who worked with the real bark, and they call his his foster mom, and and they then the rescue organization paid for all the surgery and everything and he had a cast on for for the first three months when I first met Maxine had his little. Doug. Can we put a cast back to I'm black? Surprise for you. And this is but I feel like mentioning the cast is the perfect. Oh, yes. Let's see. Okay. Now, we'll say Doug did bring on par with brianna 's diaper bag for dogs. He brought his Max's favorite toy. Top it right now what he's got. He's got a bottle of Cambodia. It's the Campo with the dogs on it. And that looks eerily similar to max. Are you kidding? His cast. Eight. I feel like we're old fairly familiar with this product and the commercial which max is also in. I sent you the link. So yes, he part of part of through this rescue organisation. They go to the real bar Buddha goes to the real bark to get suggestions of adopting dog. So they always feature adoptable dogs in their bottles. So right around the time that we adopted him. He was chosen for dog. So we we weren't allowed to go social until his body. He's on the peace corps. He's that bottle. You can find in stores. Steven Tyler junior in the back that was his name. And I feel like everybody's familiar with this product. But it's can Bucci dog is what the actual company is not for dogs. Yep. People but features dogs, and he sit right there. We also did not talk about Max's amazing under bite. Yes. On par with the statue. It's it's really great. Yeah. Masako for an under by news. And don't you think once you have and under my dog, you're like way more into that? Oh, yeah. Oh, same way for like. I'd never really I know you're a small dog person. Right in between now total nerd, I mean, I listened to the podcast listen to the maximum podcast. So I was always a big dog. I mean growing up I was a big dog guy. And until I met this Chihuahua friends Chihuahua who was just the most amazing sweetest loving Chihuahua. And I became kind of like I dunno. Bye. Bye. Bye. Dogle? Now, I'm now team all dogs, but I'm the same way with with a small dog. Now now that I've got a small dog in my life. I'm I'm far more open and appreciative shove amazing small dogs and includes small dogs with under bites dogs with under by Shire. Every dog, let's be perfect. I will agree with you in the minimal amount of time that I've been walking dogs myself pool, you run into a lot of great small dogs. You guys are. Okay. You're all right. Well, like team big dog and small dog is not guys pull the curtain. It's not quite as binary labor. Neither of us will turn down. That's true. But if we had to pick going on did you have one I'm going to keep circling back around to the campu- police right now. I guess we'll do it. Now. What has he ever been recognized on the street or like, are you? Yeah. People have said, oh, that's that dog from the commercial or other people have said that's the dog from the Kabuga bottle or somebody will have actually said that's getting junior. Yeah. I know it doesn't. Every day. But it happens occasionally anyone can even I'd be like, oh, that's cute. And like I would never be like, wait a minute. I. Also the cast. That was his signature, right? I'm committing myself that he has to have a castle time. Maybe we should just have one of those that we can pop on just for wall. Like somewhere at some point in time. Somebody has done fashion casts. Prescription. It's cast glasses. I used to wear non prescription glasses in high school. It's just get so frustrated when I watched sitcoms, and they would have cast on over there pantley because it felt so lazy. That's right. Little bit here that the actor snapped it on right before they. Anyway, I digress. So did you have big dogs as a kid? I had a mutt. For the first maybe eight years of my life Zeus, and then had a visa for, you know, for most of my kind of childhood growing up look at that, my brother and sister-in-law had to each slave. Great. Dull my gosh. There's still great. We used to take him to the park and just let them he was just running circles dot com. I love to be active, and he would he would he would get so flushed red already golden red, right? But he would just. His name. What was his name? But. It's name is buddy. This is like your spirit. Yeah. I can I may I take him on. In fact, she's talked him a lap. So we're going to we're just gonna let Allegra take the rest of the interview, and I'm gonna cry. Crime makes I'm on crying. Okay. We'll do it. Quick picture listens. On contracts. And we're back on barely recovered. With the did you find that? They were also velcro visuals. Like just straight where they'd hop in your lap. No matter what. Yeah. Especially be. He was he was not small, but he was he was definitely a lover. He was a great family dog. He wasn't the smartest dog. But he, but he was awfully devoted. Oh. Which is what you love about him brother trained him to sit on my face. I would be. Quizzical? Circle around them. Great sibling pranks that fan. Should be. And you can't get to mad about that. That's it's pretty fun next is looking like he would also like to see what else is in your bag. Look at you. Dog dad about thirty eight seconds. All we need. Now is max your first dog that you've owned as an adult? Correct. Great. I always wanted a dog as an adult, but I lived in New York City for fourteen years and something about about that place was not conducive in my mind to having dog and also as an actor for fourteen years, and maybe that's a good transition. As an actor. I was just all over the place. I'm traveling all the time and just it never made sense. So aspirin for for my own dog for very long. But that's why I started having a dog. I mean, that's why I started walking dogs in New York. I for other businesses. And then that's why also decided started a business here. Look at that. So let's yeah, let's dive in just a little bit to your career. Maybe listen, Doug. You're out of this conversation. I I knew Doug as a dog Walker, and friend of Erin who wrote our theme song. So we just knew this really cool guy who had a cool dog who happened to be a commercial star. And I knew Broadway, but in real, but before this interview started, I listen to some of his recordings this kid, Doug, you can like sing. Blue. Oh, talented so talented. So you were in the revival of lame is as Mary's is under study. And then what was your actress? My actual name was shown. And I also I waved the big red flag, and that's a mental. On the turntable stages on the turntable. And it's raked which stages sort of tipped forward shows that were so I was waiting red flag every eight times a week on a raked stage on a turntable. And I threw my back out. I was out of the show for about two weeks. But but I went on about about ten times from areas. So that was kind of and that's where you saw that credible. Yeah. If you got time just put in a Doug Krieger, I think just your name, and it'll come up on YouTube, but empty chairs or it's like one of the executives air America. Great also. But it is phenomenal. Now a little bit lame. Is that show been running to take care of your actors backs? Put a brace. Care, physical therapy. And it was you know. Oh. I just paid for it. And it's like, yeah. Kale? Do whatever. On the workers comp. Elect where they put the electrodes on. I want to do them. Then. All right. It was but. Very good care. Did you know, let's talk about other shows I note for the record out here, which is a huge. That was the most recent was a production of Scorsese their version of Scorsese because it's this the production company. Does they focus on different cinematic directors and take the scenes from their movies and incorporate songs from the soundtracks and put them in sort of alive at musical theater immersive experience. So they've done it with Gwen Tarantino. They've done it with Baz Luhrmann. They've done it with John Hughes in this time. They did it was Cortesi. So we did it at the the Wallis and actually for the record. Now has I don't know if you knew this. But they haven't an with ABC they're going to you know, there's all these live musicals. Yeah. Fox did Greece. NBC is now going to do hairspray tomorrow last week. Sure. But ABC's been looking for that vehicle and for the record can help them develop that very song. I saw it like on a weird deadline thing. But it wasn't true. But it went through. Doc that'll be great. It's a good show. And there are also in Vegas, right? The bachelor show at the Venetian. We didn't Mitch about Max's he has a bow. Tag is patiently waiting for Doug to wrap up all this Jabber. Trevor. Just go home and do cuddles his treat already. Oh, yeah. Was so fast agree. He's he's down for the greenie. He's always for the green. What to do? Was it you while you're working actor you still working actor? Yes. So I mean, I took. So I started the dog business. I started dot Doug's dogs dogs dig dug dot com. I started that kind of in a in a two or three year hiatus from acting because I needed to change I burned out of New York, and I moved to L A and I needed some stability. And I actually I got a nine to five job working for actors equity, which is the the union for stage actors stage managers I did that for a little less than a year. And I wasn't making money to be perfectly honest. So I kind of up and quit that and reevaluated all of my passions and dogs happen to be one of my passions. And I'd always worked for other companies in New York. So I started my own here, which was really just a matter of friends that I had been dog sitting for and walking just kind of on the weekends. Or when they're out of town of the kind of smart, they started paying me. And so then it just then joined dog vacate which I know that you guys now. Awhile. And that helped me to to get, you know, some some clients and get some pictures and get some experience and and word of mouth spread. And I still I've been really lucky at this point that I've been able to build the business completely on word of mouth. I haven't spent on marketing. That's amazing. So it's it's going really well. And I'm excited about it. But but yeah. So it's I'm now coming back around to performing okay after taking a bit of a break, so Scorsese at the wall was my first real professional gig back at continuing to to build that again. So are you still he's still dog walking or it's like kind of not as much right now. Well, I'm I mean, I still have the dog business, but I'm doing more of the managing. I, you know, until about until about the time that book Scorsese, I was still doing the -cational walk, and then Scorsese kind of gave me a a reason to say okay, now, I'm officially just gonna step take a step back, and I've been able to compile a great staff of people. So I've basically got it worked out so that I can manage an occasionally all slip into a walk kind of his back. But also just because I love my clients. So so I still do that so occasionally, but mostly the only dog I walk as max. That too jealous. Does he know about the other? I mean, sometimes he might get a little jealous anytime that I'm not around. He'd be jealous of you know, anything really right now if he wasn't here with me he'd be jealous. He he comes with me. He has come with me in the past on walks. So depending on the client if the if the client's okay with that. Or if their dog is okay with that he'll come with me on the walks. So that's kind of fun for actually because he's he's been socialized of from the time that we got him. Yeah, per that's my dream, this my I guess as well first off I don't like your so humble, I would also like to say that your company launched within three years. So within three years and be like, oh walk dogs. I guess to not walking at all in having great employees like. That's awesome. Big deal. Took a lotta I mean that also took like I did all the walks for the first two years. And that was to the point that I really like it was burning out. I was doing thirteen fourteen hour days running around walking dogs all day is a dream come true. But also a lot of work walking half it is driving. So it was exhausting. So I'd come home just you know, spent because you're outside and you're moving. Yeah. Yeah. It's a toll. The legs walking legs. For days. Oh my gosh. That's the dream to have a dog of your own that can occasionally join you on a dog. Forget it. But a a love it. Okay. Well, now, I will talk to you all day long. But I guess we'll do it off. Mike's this podcast is not eighteen hours. Got a little game. Got a little game that we got. Doc name that dog. So now your initial dog you were looking at before you got this perfect. Max was a boxer correct? Growing up you Okla head who say, no if it was interesting because she's a small she was like a small. Choose one hundred percent boxer. But she wasn't as big and lanky most boxers special girl, that's real cute. Real Klein my now. No way. Did you cry when I like? So cute. Irving. Within your. What is her name Dora Dora? Okay. So so let's doors specifically Dora nixed with buddy blowing up. Baby. A mini boxer squished with Visha who could run real. I've already got a male name. Okay. That's what I was going to say. Yes. It's my sister's dogs name. It's true. Pit mix. He's a great shame. I don't know any shame. I I. One cannot your dog group. But I've only known a couple of CUNY rate name that. Yeah, that's perfect. And it just sort of came to me as I was imagining. This is how it went. It was like it was like an American werewolf in London in in that moment when he's transitioning and the nose grows. So in my mind, I was imagining the boxer. But then the visa knows started coming out of the boxer face. In that moment that was the moment as it was growing. Of course. Perfect. Cancel so, Doug. If people are in Los Angeles because that's the only place where your company is right now working they go to to have dug dogs walk their dog dogs dig dug. DO DIGI DO Yuji dogs dig dug dot com. I didn't have to say that. I would not have gotten it is it hard. No. It's terming. I also got Doug digs dogs. Justin. Silverlake dog walking because I'm I live in several. So, you know, I'm I bought a bunch of you know, how you're supposed to. Dogs, Los Angeles. And you come up with that. I've also got a Facebook group an Instagram and all that kind of stuff. Great. And then if people wanna see perform, we got a Twitter, we got a wet what we Krieger Doug because Doug Krieger was taken. So inventive. And I went Krieger, Doug. But Doug, Greer dot com is my sort of my performing site perfects going to be for, you know, everything everything stage based studio based at cetera. And then you also gave us the great suggestion of we ever do have guessed that happens to swear accidentally great way to cover that. Instead of leaving it bark it out. You better bar get out. Thanks. It's time for a dog euro, oh boy. Oh, gosh. A while. I'm flutter with what the theme song should be. Let me give you choice, and we can either do rocky or chariots of fire. OSU rocky done dented on. Dun, Dun, Dun. Dented oh down. Kiro. Too much. Okay. Hugh roe. Don't ever saw. Okay. Donkey romance. So this is kind of dog here. We haven't done before this is not one from the news. But this is a dog here near dude our hearts in that it belongs to one of our very own Facebook on a local hero hero. I know. Okay. Here's a crazy guy. So this is jesse's dog. Here's what the Doug. Did. Name is Princess buttercup. Just like her her affect he's Jesse says if you're is going crazy four AM it may not be to go to the bathroom. She could be saying, hey, dummies, there's a gas leak. That's right. You guys Princess buttercup detected. This it was a small leak from their wall heater. But she detected it alerted her owners by barking like a crazy person. And they were able to get the gas company and fix it. Oh my gosh. She cool. Right. It's incredible. Especially because our last dog hero was a pug who recognize sparks coming out. Oh, can your dog tell that the houses perking? Really sniffed Princess buttercup job. So proud. Yeah. We should bring in some sort of you know, who we should bring back Sandon Totten because he understands like how smell and why they would know that that was dad because actually can human smell. I don't think we can sometimes smell when the stove has been left. Yes. Yes. But like a like gas gas. I don't know. Can you smell you sort of? Yeah. But like, I think is not always super detectable shifts where you're sleeping. No. I know and dog knows are like we said ours. Yeah. Yeah. That'll be great. So I also sleep through earthquakes. So I'm not the dodge. Mckee's? I got to say, hey, wake up shaking pretty banned. Yeah. What a hero puppy. Good job Princess. I know and great job Jesse. We'll also Jesse for recognizing what your dog's trying to tell you. I've done a fair amount of telling us Achio to be quiet barking nothing. Yeah. Deadly things whole time. Who knows who knows? Who knows go either way? Great local dog hero. Yes. Great job guys. No allegra. It is time to talk about Facebook. Now, here's what we've done we've done put ourselves into a corner. We initially called this Facebook threat of the week, but with recording schedules. Sometimes it doesn't work out that we can do the most recent thread, we're looking at maybe change up the name a little bit. We're thinking the pin to post. Yes. Recall at pinned post taken out the weekly element. Yes. We don't bum anybody s that is right. Sometimes it's hard recording was like you said it's tough to get the week. Right short, though. This is Facebook pin post. It's not going to be every week. But it'll be some weeks guys. Great and for your patience and cooperation the we know we want to try to do it every week. But if we don't change have been post everybody wins in post this week. Yeah. Now, let's keep keep puppies grade. The puppies puppies pin post Paul pit bulls. Pippa pip well moving on what what are we got this week? Here is the threat this week. This is I think a really good one. Great question. Diana, ask what human amenity because your dog not live without her dog bet Zo soft link it's pulled off mattresses car rides. I think it's a relatable thread, I possess show is Blake blink Plunkett s- for me. That's her hardest like cannot live without burrowing purposes. Yeah. Totally have you ever put her in environment where there's nowhere to burrow. And she will she'll sh always find something. I will give her that. Like there's like a small pillow. She'll be like great. That she needs something to behind. I share g ever found a newspaper just to like a gosh. I wonder I don't know we should try should run a series of experiment. See see like how what's the weirdest thing? She'll borough. And I'll that is that is greatest amount. I feel like a puppy blaze couldn't live without the kitchen sink. I was gonna ask it has barstool. He was that. Any furniture any furniture that I shouldn't be able to get up on can't live without zinc. He can get anywhere. Exactly chimney, short don't. But. Yeah, tell you what the kids climb hilarious. He went about Finn. Oh, gosh. What could fit if Vinnie? I was gonna say water. But like why would you take away water from Finney? But his little wonder bottle does seem to be like his favorite thing to do. He just loves to douse his little head in there bottle more than Paul. Yeah thing. Yeah. So windows could Finney not do without I puppy. He doesn't. He doesn't quite have anything that. He fumbles quite a bit. We'll say the couch. I think the couches fair most most dogs, I think are pretty attached to the couch. Yeah. Yeah. There are some pretty funny ones. And people said TV a lot of people said like it's four sure and like pillows and like one dog had a whole Queen bed. Dogs lead amazing. Terrific bailey. Who's my parents dog who has to hang out with blaze these older than blaze Bayley still has her crate without a crate yourself in? There is none of room for lazy. That's no fun. Time for big sister. Bailey to not hang out with. I it's really smart move on. I'm going to my room. Am the door. I love it. Yeah. That's great pin post. Really fun. Isn't it Diana? Brought that to us. Thanks. Great. So we will obviously pin that and out. Allegra. We have made it to the end of yet. Another episode real proud of me to jump. How you feel about marshmallow world. Terrible. Hate it made for some reason a full one eighty hoping for but now yet, no good version of it. And I'll listen. Guys things that that could be you know, what sometimes he'll either win me over make me go. Nope. Shoulda done that love a good acapella group to actually I know like dorky, but I love them too. That's much better if. Yeah, that's true. Well, that's the God. No. I was going to send me that. I was like. Plus your tweets. My world. Please don't do that. Okay. I will I will take that on. I will I will vet them first one that I think could win you over Senator. Thank you won't come. Hey maximum is great. That's true. Yeah. You wanna hear about the other shows that are on it throwing shade? Yes. About to be TV show. Crazy, so exciting. So cool wish I knew the debut, but it's in January on TV. Great terrific show. We got bullseye with Jesse the warn all kinds of all kinds of great shows for you guys as you're traveling over the holidays, check out all the great shows on Mexican. Oh, absolutely. Yeah. Those long car rides plane played rides flights even train rides car. Car. 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Really because of your country, there's A. Violation of ban you can't what hit. Listen to the song. This country so I, switched to a different version and they came, but I'm like. Does the. country. What's I can't listen? Very strange so I didn't do that one. It's kind of. Boring okay. Stop suggesting Corinna Corinna I get it. I'm not doing it. Yeah, well, it kind of yeah I wanted to do one today to alleviate the stress of the staff as much as you sometimes stain for the quality of the parodies. You like them because they take time. Let's be honest. That is right. Yeah, that's. You're in this long. Up some of the three hours. I couldn't really come up with one same had wine instead of hammer time Where are you calling him? Nikki time naked time. Yeah, that would have been okay, but maybe time period. Done them. Don't talk that and I had something. Okay, but. Did Not, go with that. I did you want to go with smooth criminal by? Yeah. I guess they wanted smooth criminal. Are you okay? Are you okay okay so? We could have done that and she's a She's not a smooth criminal, a dumb criminal color dumping. But again it's Michael Jackson who singing Michael! Jackson This Day and age. We'll have to go back to the eighties. there is a woman's name of Song of the eighties that has three syllables like Athena. That I may use many years ago for different son, but I can't remember what I might have used it for, but I went with that one now focused on. What you'RE GONNA here's one take. And then I went back I put in a little bit of harmony and missing and a couple of a couple of things. That's it. That's all you get its unpolished. Is Unimpressed. It just is what it is as some would say, which is a dump statement. It is what it is. Play down me now. And you have to now I have to let the people know though it's based on, and it's this for some reason, there is a a girl. She's high something, or what decided to take over close off and get into the middle of the street in Portland sit in the middle of the road naked. And then we started approaching. Some Yoga poses no yoga I may or may not mention a couple of poses in the song. Okay! So, are you ready to go? With is ready. We have willing for people to hate it. Go to go to twitter. Atra Joe, talk show. If you love you want to hear it again. Let me know. He thought you have on it. Let me know. You could also go on the web stream. Let me know there. You can also go on parlor or parlor dot com, and look up joepags, J.. O., E., P. S. I want to hear from you. But I do that, but keep in mind before you criticize. I did this for you. Kerry d believe me when put in the harmonies, and never listened to it back. This could I. DO believe that yeah? Paulo knows I was ready about three minutes after the hour. Okay, Oh boy, oh! Really good. Really really could be able, but here it is pags parody. I like to Call Fina. Based on Rosanna. Photo. Dane and a three syllables do not judge me. It'd be horrible could be good with it up. All the do WANNA. Take a look at you as as what you're all on. Phen- up. To Go, reclosed stroke a yoga bows. Wrong with her A. Gone. With that goes. All Arrest. Me Good Music. You didn't know who that Roach ugly. The cotton. is at the high lunch. Pose, or maybe downward dog, Vida you'll produce is of Ron. Call. If you row, you should arrive log the. taught. ME. Out The way. Some now they say. To. Jail Sale, today. To your ass crack shining in the light, so sue bed. Spe- Boy I didn't know that girl like you could act such. As fraud. Recupero Kill Them. All want to tell you now. Is Your shower for our? Never Talk. Nasty road. View don't get Kobe from that nasty. VENA THOUGHT A. Your privates on that nasty groove so nasty. You'll have scrawled. Be Let's go everybody media. Reports here. The ball. Love. This you can buy some class. You. Press. With her scary. That's why you people. Before the show. A. Fina difficult. Just there was no there was. A! Fill it up I didn't want it so. Are you a little done something. I like to call it theme because idiot and Portland. Yes. I will make fun of her because she deserves to be made fun of and get downward dog in there now. They're not impressed with your ass. Centered S A lot of. Time. I could have said Bunker said buttocks. Cheeks but ass is very good, very. A word that can be used in many many places all right, so your thoughts on this at Joe. Talk Show at J. O.. H. O.. W. I got better as the song went on a little more harmony, a little more a little less than megyn actionable. But that the leads the lead vocal was one shot that was it that was at fifty two after the hour, and then I threw in the Athena's then I throw in the nasty, and then some harmony, little unison now, but but that was until three minutes after the hour, so we just got done fresh off the presses. Right, so, what are your from at Joe? Talk show or we're back to our usual number. Eight, eight, nine, four, one pags, eight, eight, nine, four, one, seven, two, four, seven, eight, eight, eight, nine, nine, four, one, seven, two, four, seven. Your thoughts on the latest pags parody that actually cracked myself listening to it and I think that you. Know where I know. But without it, it would have been like. Why don't you do the Athena there? Okay? I understand all right all right. Well, we'll have your thoughts we back. I'm really bracing myself because I got to be sure you can think of it. Back. Don't be an age of stay with Charlie Parker and another chance at one thousand dollars coming up in less than five minutes right here on newsradio twelve hundred W. Have you the Joe pags. Show for your Tuesday Gregory rights don't come up. Geologist blinded expert it convenient faxes as some new stuff to get into talk about including Joe Biden's plan to green new deal. 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What shows trump's secret strategy to win in November David Horowitz Newsmax TV all this week at blitz as well already number one Amazon best-seller The Sunday new. York Times list as well you love. Let's go blitz. Four one one dot com blitz four one one dot com get that book and make sure you check out Newsmax TV security. Do you think the reaction has been to the Party so? Most people like it. I mean it's like almost overwhelming. There's always the one guy though who says you can't say. What are you trying or? Whatever you ever. Radio he's like. While he thinks he's the guy. Tell me about the singing, okay? But, but listen I'm opened all. Compliments or Whatever you have carry played again or not. I say yes. And made me laugh. I like it. Pulido! Sure. You know it's always the noncommittal, and it makes three seconds before we hear the shore, but I know it's coming, but unlike anticipating so like I. Got It. Sam! I'm disappointed. You didn't use one of mine, but I still really liked it. Good I just couldn't sing. I told you right up front. I like the the river drinks I. Love that. In fact I recorded myself singing that song and send it to this voice guy that I've been dealing with on the Internet just as he. What's wrong with my false fix that? Because I really would like to fix the higher. The Higher Cinnamon College I got like a Canary, ninety more. Twitter longtime ago nineteen forty-three. Forty three minutes in college, and I great for being you know eighty or ninety go the to the Internet's The the person whose name I can't pronounce who always comment is fine. It's a fake name is Yes, that's really good. L. Nato. John says loved the lyrics. Had you still have a job? I'm not sure what that means, John. He's he listens in upstate New York where it used to be television, not sure what the how the why? TNK, says I think you hit it out of the park. It's Great David. Says Gina Parody Very Nice for only working under the tour time, and as always great words manship. How many times can get acid in one song? I don't know there was like soon right now. Seventy record, yeah! Blaine joy like your show at the singing is pretty bad. Nacho, who's telling you that you have a singing voice, literally everybody but you blind. Bringing. Voice. Right Jeffrey says holy in the new uses a bad word. No Profanity Jeffrey my twitter's. That was good love the harmony and Athena I've appraise parodies before, but my God. This was awesome. John says the was great. Thank for bringing for the people Cindy says Oh my God today's Party. I swear was the best yet. I, seriously laughing the whole time, dirty road downward dog. It's true though right it is. That, you know that street was dirty. Yeah, Michael, don't probably of the DOOBIE. Brothers bear ass was the best line Nice execution your streaking to the top joking? Dying with laughter best of all time Scott says. That's the best thing you've ever done. Says the new. Fina bringing it yet again. Lyrics hilarious harmony was good. It was take Joshua. Getting a break, says not usually a huge fan of for. This was legit. Play a play on. Play on player. Brad Who's listening to Minneapolis today? Because he asked me where the with the call letters were listening in Minneapolis, Athena parts were really good, and the lyrics were terrible. That's a hard song to copy played again. Hello carry whatever Bob La. Hello Brad. Drew, says neal the packs parody today, hilarious closer could also have been impressive road rash. Of the somebody yards. Say I, think he just hopped the chop. That's that'd be hard to. Get Good S. One Jacqueline laugh out loud on my goodness had me rolling nicely done. Pat Says played against Sam or I mean Joe. City, a fun and very funny parody. Play together. Love the show. John and another one would downward facing dog. ridge-poles. I guess John Does Yoga. I'm not sure the shark says that may have been your best ever I know about that. But I I did my best and original. Somebody says Oh, my gosh, laughing at the tiny headphone, delivering the huge toto sounds very hilarious. He did the right thing making fun. That outlandish stunt posing woman okay. People on the phone lines carry enough of the twitter's for now. Let me now as of right now. I not only am I going to play it again I. Think you do forced to leave? People. Assure, you know that I'm in here. Yeah. Frankie Texas. What's going on? And that was awesome, and it's the Best I've heard yet, and I listen to you every evening on my way home from work. I. Don't think has laughed so hard. Thank you because I needed that laugh awesome. Off Did you hear. Athena. Just I. Loved it I loved the stupid I love the ASS. I love the Act Crack Talkin. Look if you stupid ass crack, I'm the show to every single time. Joe. Pack Sound Stupid Crack. I, don't. Look if I've got laughing all. I really want Melissa Missouri. Talked to me. Hey I i. WanNa Tell You I had lost. My theory is radio and was flipping around on. AM bound for stations. First Time I ever heard it loved it. The was great up parts of great. I I listen to you every day now. Thinking Serious I've been just saying. It's a nice outlet, but. The thanks a million. Let me go to outlawry in Kansas Larry. What's going on. Yeah Love Your show and I love your parodies. Thank you. Songwriter myself like you'll farm outstanding about shields. Recognize Twenty here. Larry. Thank you and I'd like to hear some Larry sometimes you can meet. People write these parodies and stuff carry. Anybody sends me one. That's any good, even run it. Hey, now, that'd be nice. Yeah, but that's the word to the wise. Those of you have your parodies. They're really not very good. I'm just going to be. But I love the effort and I suggest that. If you're writing them that, you should do your own, I'm just saying you're not going to be one. Take Pags I. Try is saying. It was. Someone takes that we're really horrible. Actually? Back today. Okay much more to come what have Jemele? Hill say that makes you look the fool that she is. We'll have that we connect here. Is the Kyoto an activist you can to. Eight. Radio stations across the land. joepags DOT COM facebook, twitter instagram. Email right there plus. The live video feed is the Joe pags. Show glad to have you along for the ride. Lots going online to get to I. Appreciate you taking the time. You missed the PAGS PARODY by popular demand. We'll be played next hour. At least let the last time I played it twice a played at once in the first once in the last hour. How long did I played it three times last time, so we will this time at least play it next hour because people say they want. A lot of People see I think. Seem to think it's okay what you have to make fun of dumb people. Only legitimately like somebody's got learning disability I mean there's somebody who makes a really stupid decision, and then like one side of the political spectrum or the other, says Oh. That's person's a hero to me. There's so many parodies you have. Not Stop start to finish every day all three hours. But I think today was appropriate in front of it, and I was thinking I was so out of time today. I was like I. Just do it tomorrow, but by tomorrow the stories almost gone by tomorrow. I still say those are your best when it's. You're doing it vast right? Right before the show last five minutes put it our times. We'll spend three hours on the then you. Know, I know it's too much eighth. Sold a bill of it. Is Yeah I. Like Bulls Making to face. What Polo so basically do something about it. Executives processing. Something out. Maybe a little bit harmony, but I gotTA. Tell you what I went back just to say Athena. It actually made me laugh at us. I was doing it I headed. Not Put on the microphone. There was like this is so dumb. Yes, I am. By the studio could here is just me saying that? Like why is he doing me? Weird. Their people have been very nice about definitely WanNa. Keep on hearing from you on twitter I want some issues Djamil. Hill is a a former sports reporter over on ESPN than she was a I think a talk show co host. On ESPN, she called the president of white supremacist or something about which he says, he said around Charlottesville, which, of course the misquote continues. He did not call neo. Nazis and white supremacist very fine people that never happened, but she suggested that and and has been on his white supremacy rampage ever since. And now she on some other outlet now she a reporter, or somebody somewhere like starting. Talking today. Hills face shows up 'cause they're doing black voices in fort, night or something now everybody's doing now. No matter what whether it's sports, video games, everyday life politics. Everything is about that, but Jamila Hill made a very stern statement on twitter about who you are. If you vote for trump. And then it came back and bit her in the rear end if you don't mind. was from the blaze writer and podcast host Schimmel Hill said everyone who votes for President Donald Trump is a racist leading many people to remind her her own mother voted for trump in two thousand sixteen on Sunday morning. He'll tweeted a perfectly clear message that regardless race or reason. If you vote for trump, you're racist. If you vote for Donald Trump, you are racist. You have no wiggle room. Hill wrote. tweet appeared to have come after he'll watched Fox News as Chris Wallace interview, the president as she wrote just a few minutes earlier Fox News truly doesn't deserve Chris Wallace re tweet after her original tweet about trump voters. Voters provide some clarity about how hill defines racism I love Boston University professor and Atlantic writer, Abram X. Kennedy's definition of racist a former NFL wide receiver Torrey Smith wrote racist one who was supporting a racist policy through their actions or inactions or expressing a racist idea. It's very clear and two thousand seventeen held tweeted. Her mother was her total opposite when it came to politics, I love my mother, but we cannot be more differently. Politically Hill set while discussing with another user help parents politics might influence their children's views polar opposites. The S my mother voted for trump pill said she's been voting Republican since Post Bill Clinton. I mean. So. Racist, I guess I mean clearly if you voted for trump and she also adds into matter your color. The matter your background. If you, vote for trump. You are racist, so she's literally. Singer mother racist. I might be getting it wrong. No, you're not. Pretty! A. Little more that story now, Djamil, for those that don't know is black. I don't know what race her mother is. But it really doesn't matter. She's calling her mother a racist because she put everybody into one box. Which is we? Democrats do with The left does your bad. If you don't agree with me if you don't have if you'll have group, think like I. Have that you're in trouble. Let me. Answer that vis. Lieutenant. Colonel Allen West. Who's been on this program. Several times him you coming on this week. We're working on. Okay, so we're. We're in touch with them now. We're going to back on this week. I believe we have Laura trump calling me live this week and we're working on Ted Cruz too, so we've got a lot going on this week. Make sure you stick around the lieutenant colonel. Allen West Guy came on shortly after his motorcycle accident. Trump surprised by an appreciated it He was elected to be the chair. Of the Texas Republicans right. Okay. So, he was elected to be the chair. The Texas Democratic Party Communications Director Abby Rahman Rochman issued the following statement. Quote. Disgusted, but not surprised that Texas Republicans chose certified racists. Conservative hardliner like Alan. West is the new chairman. What. They're calling him a certified racist conservative hardliner. You think that. Ati rebound doesn't know that Allen. West is black. I'm going to say she does know. So, do we? Just. Be Newsday's age. We can call black people racist if they're Republican conservative I guess so. Who are they racist against. Themselves and now I don't know. I'm just I'm just trying to follow along. You! Don't little sold me uptake so I'm trying to figure out right. I'm trying to figure out what it is. They're saying if you're black. You can still be racist if you don't do what they say. That sounds kind of like. The plantation were used to say. Do what I say and have no mind of your own. That's why always I often say urban plantation still among us, so the statement continues discuss, but not surprised at Texas Republicans chosen certified racist conservative hardliner like Allen West new chairman. West is everything that's wrong with the Republican. Party and brings to light their failures on building, inclusive, welcoming party that is deliberate and thoughtful in line in handling crisis situations. He'll fit right in with the Modern Day Texas Republican Party. How is his? Abbey road bond. How is this person being inclusive whatsoever by a black man? And calling him racist. Quote, although will miss beating James. dickey Allen West will be no different. West doesn't possess the desire or ability to build the coalition's necessary to bring Texas Republican Senator Tailspin Allen West Election Explosives, a party that has once again gone to extremes improves their incompetence at every level of government from the federal and statements manager of the coronavirus to the way this convention was conducted. what? I don't understand that there is no tailspin. That's for sure. and the idea that somehow. The Republicans need to build a coalition. Show me when Democrats built a coalition. Because I remember one Brock Obama, saying you know. elections gunsmith Republicans in the backseat. We're driving. The Car Republicans are in the back is what he said. Basically you have no say when Harry Reid ran the Senate change the rules. You leaders supermajority anymore. We just get a the nuclear option. Close he has done everything she can to not have a coalition with the president. If you together with him, we might actually get something done so this this lie about one party being about coalitions and at about inclusion is is ally. There is not a more divisive side than the left side and that's that's borne out not because I say so. That's borne out because we see it is actually happening. Thoughts on that hill calling her mother. Do Jamila Hills, mothers black or not really? Yeah, it does not say in this story, so yeah, so I I don't know she is a black woman. I don't know whether her mother is or not, but at the end of the day her mother, she's calling a racist much like Obama. When he said his grandmother basically was a racist, and you know avoided contact with black people. She raised a black person in Barack Obama. but the Allen West also is racist. Does that not expose the left for a hate-filled divisive way of running agenda? Here's a not include group. If you've ever seen it just like look at Berkeley Ucla or UC Berkeley. The University of California at Berkeley. The Hall of free speech unless a conservative if you're Ben, Shapiro and you go there. There will be riots. If you're an culture and you go there, there will be riots. This is what they're doing. While calling other people not inclusive. Intolerant. That's it's always very odd to me. How you cast aspersions on those by blaming them for something. You know you're doing. Eight, eight, nine, four, one, eight, nine, four, one, seven, two four seven joepags dot com writer. This is Jay Shit. Waters! Forest just tell your smart device to play newsradio twelve hundred W. On iheartradio! By great to have you welcome, it is did show. PAGS show eight, nine, four, one, eight, eight, eight, nine, four, one, seven, two, four seven. joepags dot. com glad to have you along for the ride. Let tell you about superbeets great product. That's GONNA. Help. Your blood flow can help your circulation your your. Your cardiovascular health is so important and get older. 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Just to my program, joelovesbeets DOT COM for superbeets off. Choose right now to the full lines about everybody's wrong. If, you don't agree with somebody who's on the left. You have to agree with them racist. If you have to include your thoughts in their thoughts or else, you're somehow intolerant and non inclusive drome. Your thoughts on this. Hi! How you doing joe? Thank you in long time listener pay I've got a comment about this. You know I'm a black man from Los Angeles I'm an army veteran. Work here in Barry County now. My. Mother's German. My father's Jamaican. I'm married to legal French Emigrant Nice wishes that she could vote for trump so I mean obviously. I voted for trump and I will vote for trump again this year. No, no, no, no, no, no, you stop it right here in Germany. You tell me you're a black guy. last time I looked in the mirror and you voted for trump. In my father even goes a father, and I even go back and forth, and he goes son. How can you be Republican? I thought I raised you right I said Dad, do your research find out about the Republican Party the Democratic Party and their inception. That's where so many people especially in today's society are stuck in these generational curses of political views, but these wing nuts that are elected to be our mouthpiece as us. Citizens are making comments like the one that was made. It, it's completely asinine. Be Right well. The the Democratic Party in our state. You live in Texas the Democratic The Democrat Party I should say in this state literally. Thanks, we'll believe that a black man who's lieutenant colonel who were well decorated in the Army Allen. West now the leader of Republican. Party in Texas is somehow racist. I guess his own people. People this is, but again you've got group fake, and unfortunately your dad. Probably great guy has fallen for it. He probably thinks that the party switched at some point at some point to which of course they didn't Republicans have always been the ones for freedom for liberty for the constitution. The Democrats have always been the ones for Jim Crow separation, segregation, slavery, and lack. Precisely one last point Joe I. Know You're a busy man. So. For those that don't want a wall between us, and another said country. I would ask them before big. They decline another bill to build a wall. How about take the walls around their house to protect their family? Take those walls down first and then they'll have room to speak. You'd be the one around Nancy. Pelosi's if they're not going to do that. And there's a pre a gorgeous while around her house jerome, thank you I appreciate you being headed and seeing through the BS and realizing you know left or right really is important, then have to be Republican and Democrat at all. It can be conservative and liberal really. Really figure out what that means really figure out what they stand for I. Find It interesting and care. We'll talk about this next hour, but I find it interesting that you found that story today, which reminded me of how the left media in this country finally after twenty or twenty five years turned against Bill Clinton right because suddenly. We've got planned parenthood after. People like me have been saying for years what? Really was now suddenly they're turning their backs against their founder. Sorry too late I'm not buying it. What will get into that in earnest next hour? Because I think it's an important story, but suddenly planned parenthood is is basically saying you know. This joepags don't have any of these guys have been right about organization, so we're GONNA. We're going to get away from that history. Still call ourselves planned. Parenthood still be minority neighborhoods. But when you hear about this, it's GonNa. Make Way, too. Reminiscent a when the meat remember the media years ago, finally came out and said Yeah. We probably should've been hard. Earned Bill Clinton. Probably to hide that stuff. Now suddenly planned parenthood. He's having a come to Jesus moment and. It's a revelation that they just figured it out right like you said there been so many who've been talking about this for years. Her picture hangs in most easily clinics. You know veterans. Thought to look the person whose picture was on the all. They had to have known right. The Yeah I'll give you a on that one. Do you H W? Go back at it now and welcome to K. W. in Minneapolis. What's happening? K., W.. H. O. I have a different sort of. On the same lying. Just the other day I, had a conversation with one of my friends was talking, and I say that there's no way on this guy, a one of open your and and politics, his left of center and the person said well pope loads of. Joe Biden Donald Trump, and I said how can that? What kind of math is that? They know what was talking to. The person called me a sell out. The Kosovo I won't vote for my best interest I. Say Joe. Biden said I wasn't black, and that's the most racist thing that a politician said to me the guys running for president and He W was. Talking to a black person! The white female well. That's interesting to me because you've called before you are black. Guy Right. Is Okay so so a white female was lecturing you on best for you and your race. Because when you call somebody a sell out there, saying you're selling out your race, so she purports to know better than you. What's best for you and your ethnic background is my understanding. You understand correctly. That went on to say you know. Many people have died for me to have the right to vote, and now people want to tell me how cast it. Vote in I'm not gonNA trump, but not vote for as well is very. Are you GonNa? Write somebody, or you're just going to sit it out. Well if I was supposed to buy your product. You have west. Kind of Westland, the ballot on. West. K. W. Come on now on funny license having a mental meltdown and you know that universe for this guy. A choice and I definitely will if he's on the ballot I w always appreciate the phone call. That's interesting to me now. Let me explain the whole if you vote if you vote for Biden. It's vote for trump, or if you don't vote for trump, it's about for Biden. It really sort of as a half. Vote think about it. One vote would have gone to Biden so that would've been one less for trump. If you don't vote for either one, it's at least going go a half a vote swing to one or the other. You're actually helping them both out by voting for either. I in a way that if trump got the vote, it would hurt by buying. The boat would hurt to it, would her trump ended eight nine for one pack joepags Dot Com. This is the Joe Pags show now live from the W. O. AI studios in San Antonio each the Joe pags show. 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And she decided to take off all over clothes. Sit Down in the middle of the street. Buck naked. and. Face the police. While Spreading Eagle? Carrying misrepresented all, what if you now you have not okay? Plenty of crack there. Randy see your. The picture was from the back and it was presented to us that she was standing up to the Trumka Stop Oh. She's going to stop them from picking people up and arresting people in taking people away who are causing unrest in the streets of Portland. The reality is she probably wasn't doing that at all. She in fact was just naked and exhibitionist. Who was doing? Yoga poses. Naked. In front of the police. There is nothing that suggests to me. She was protesting. Now it was I was reminded that in Portland you're allowed to be naked as long as you're not trying to arouse and again I guess that's objective who who knows who's arousing. WHO's not with the reason is, but I would think which he did was provocative. And doing yoga poses naked I would think in the middle of the street, which is not your street to public street would probably be illegal. So I felt the need. To Make Fun of Athena. Plenty of good suggestions were made I did nothing. I could sing the songs, so I went with an nineteen eighty S. do know what you're. This is for three Ford. Eighty three maybe I was in high school when total was around and. We're. Looking it up I'm thinking early eighties. nine hundred eighty see. That'd be early eighties. You Go. And Toto I thought was sort of a supergroup. For some reason I get the feeling. That Michael McDonald's saying. Some of their backgrounds to some of their songs. But but I, I felt like there were supergroup. We call them supergroup. At the time. They had a few good hits. Africa toto a bunch of stuff but it was the name Rosanna wife. It was their biggest hit. Africa was a huge hit two. So one of we use here in show. We use Africa Toda over Roseanne. Neither we. Hold the line. 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Hopefully you liked it had to make fun of. We'll see replayed again next hour or not. So I think complaining about planned parenthood for a long time, because it's really not about planned parenthood, it's about abortions. That's there's a big big moneymaker for played parented nine hundred abortions a day. It's a lot of money. It was started by a woman named Margaret Sanger. Margaret Sanger was eugenicist. She believe. Believe in weeding out the undesirables in our society. She was somebody who thought that black people were undesirable. She put planned parenthood so-called clinics in neighborhoods and worked in conjunction with the reverends, and and the pastor is in those neighborhoods to convince young black women that they shouldn't have children I. in fact, many were being sterilized as well. You can learn all about this it's. It's all historical fact. That's the truth. We been making this connection with Margaret. Sanger. Who Hillary Clinton went on and on about how she was a mentor to her or something, and she looked up to her now suddenly after we've been saying it for a long time. Played parents that parenthood starting to actually claim that Oh. We didn't know we had no idea. This was who she was and the actual clinics that she started. The organization she started is backing away from her character. Don't mind giving us the whole story from Fox, News. Planned parenthood of Greater New York is removing the name of Margaret Sanger the founder of the nation's largest largest abortion provider from its new. York City Clinic due to her harmful connection to the Jenex movement, the group said Tuesday at the announcement comes after more than three, hundred, fifty, current and former staffers. Manhattan Clinic as well as eight hundred donors, supporters and volunteers called singer. White woman an open letter on June eighteenth to planned parenthood, of Greater New York criticized the organization esten white supremacy the Washington. Times reports for decades. pro-life activists pointed out singers racism, but in the wake of the Black Lives Matter Movement planned parenthood said it's addressing the problem, not the removal of Margaret Sanger's name from our building is both unnecessary at overdue step to reckon with their legacy and. And Knowledge Planned Parenthood's contributions to historical reproductive harm within communities of color. Cancer Chair of the new. York affiliates board said in a statement. The Neuron Clinic is now asking city leaders remove singers name from local streets as well. Then you times reports, it will not be called the Manhattan. Health Center the Planned Parenthood Federation of America, the National Organization said it supported The New York chapter's decision. I mean so. What do we just forget that? She started it? What you just forget that that's why she started. We're going to pretend that yet, but even though her reasons were to exterminate other than whites. It's okay. Let's still keep call at planned. Parenthood act like it's just a good place for women to go and get winning healthcare. Now once you expose that like baby. Hitler was the person that invented planned parenthood. Maybe it's time we not only stopped sending any taxpayer dollars to planned parenthood, but maybe just maybe they should just shut it down. Maybe just maybe you didn't just admit that she was a white supremacist racist. Maybe he's admitted that you are founded on the idea of exterminating other than whites. Maybe. We should go there. Your thoughts eight, nine, four one. Eight, eight, nine, four, one, seven, two, four, seven, joepags, dot Com Qadir. Listening to show. This is Charlie Parker another chance at one thousand dollars. Less than five minutes right here on. report. The Gregory, right stone. Geologist expert client has book is inconvenient. Facts some great facts for you. Some issues stick around for that. It had eight nine for one pags, eight, nine, four, one, seven, two, four, seven, joepags dot com, so now even planned parenthood in New York. It happens in New York. It's going to start. Happening everywhere is walking away from Margaret Sanger. The founder of the organization who founded it because she believes in Eugenics, she believes in weeding out the undesirables as she would say if society she, of course, met historically with the KKK. That's been known for a very long time. You Planned Parenthood, the organization, which is a huge profit center killing nine hundred. Unborn Children Day. Has Never acknowledged that their founder who's pictured has been hanging on their walls for generations. who the founder has been heralded by Hillary Clinton herself. They never acknowledged that she was this horrible racist person. And now they're acknowledging it and they're saying. Yeah, but we should continue doing what we're doing. We're not GONNA be associated with her name anymore. She founded you. The? Reason why she founded. You is the same thing you're doing today. That's why disproportionately unborn minority children are killed at planned parenthood. With. Don't don't kid yourself that it turned into some great organizational. All of a sudden they didn't have. It is the same as they were. Before Eight, eight, nine, four, one, eight, eight, eight, nine, four, one, seven, two, four, seven, it carried that comparison made make sense. The media ignored with bill. Clinton was doing in the Oval Office with Monica Lewinsky Catherine Willie with Juanita Broaddrick who we've had on this program several times. Did, they really ever report that righteously or allow for Hillary Clinton and George Stephanopoulos who were in charge of the Bimbo eruption department in the Clinton campaign. They just kept cap on. It told the media don't worry about nothing to see here. who is out there with proof? Of the twelve or fifteen year long relationship and they denied that to Hillary Clinton goes on sixty minutes is I'm not going to stand by my man as handsome southern accent. That, so I mean they gave him a pass, and then finally when trump was running, and they knew that they wanted to attack trump on his history with women. He's dated a lot of people. They had to say Oh, by the way. We really didn't do a very good job of Clinton. We just want to admit that all right now. Let's talk about trump right. That's what they did. So it sort of now. They want to go after something. I'm not sure what it is, but for planned parenthood finally to step away from the founder who founded the organization to kill unwanted unborn minority babies now suddenly. They're stepping away from her yet. They're not closing their doors. Shouldn't you shackle the doors? I, mean I I'm not sure I get it why they still get to exist. Simply because they acknowledged that she was a really bad person. Eight, eight, nine, four, one, eight, eight, eight, nine, four, one, seven, two four seven joepags Dot Com Gregory writes at the bottom of the the phone lines line. One Baba's in North Carolina Bob. What's going on, hi. Hi You have such great subjects. It's cold planned parenthood. That's the correct name, but in the meantime Margaret, Sanger nineteen, thirty, seven, five, thousand KKK going on a tremendous prayed for her New York, she did specialized and killing minorities Appalachians. Hispanics and blacks, and furthermore we donate her through NPR and the of our government, our Congress takes money from us and gives it some planned parenthood and Margaret Sanger was A. Clint or Hitler would have been very comfortable with her. She was actually a fake Jewish. Person called an Ashkenazi and she did a number on Mili. Well, it's still going on today. Millions and millions of people she does not like Chris. She doesn't like Orthodox Jews. That's when she was alive. What the the coupon! was a best of friends. They're very tight. She had a three hour meeting with them. And and obviously what are you going to talk about? The clan wants black gone. She has these nuclear showing of in black neighborhood, so she's GonNa. Be Their ally and their advocate I, don't they? What are they putting? Black lives in front of every abortion quitting because like Matadi the organization, the organization care about black lives. You know that I know that is about Marx's L.. He's about black lives. Matter is a corporation owned by three marks as women and blacks. Don't get any. Benefit, that four hundred fifty million dollars. Them for a long time. Friend appreciate you Bob. Open Line now, eight, eight, nine four one pags. JOEPAGS DOT com back at it. Troy is in Michigan, Hi Troy. Hey, Joe. What's? Keith down the name and continue the extermination is Kinda like Karen down the swastika, but keeping the concentration camp. Oh! It's exactly what it is. It's a very good comparison, and and she was a Nazi. Without a doubt, she basically was little Hitler. She was the face of that organization forever. They're gonNa Strip that face away. Hoping that the future generations don't have any knowledge of the connection. I'll make sure they know about the connection you will, but they're gonNA. Try their best to pretend. They're just a women's health clinic which they're not. Agree hundred percent Joe Thank. You for bringing it up. Appreciate it. Troy Open Line now eight, eight, nine, four, one, eight, eight, nine, four, one, seven, two four seven joepags DOT com. Gaylon what's happened in high? Hey, Joe second time caller just wanted to call about your comments about Margaret. Sanger, and stripping away her name, but keeping the planned parenthood open in this world of political correctness, and doing away with confederate flag, and tearing down all the Bachelors Even Thatcher's Abraham Lincoln. Seems that the left is not willing to give any of them. Pass for their history, but trying to hold them accountable. You know under fifty years later when it's been fifty years since Margaret Sanger. Why do we? She died fifty years ago. I think it was even more recent than that to be honest with you, but it's a very good point, but it's a point that's well. Well taken by people who are being rational and logical and reasonable. It is not reasonable to tear down statues, just not reasonable to tear down history. It's not reasonable to sit naked in the middle of the street. It's not reasonable to burn down businesses in Minneapolis. None of that is reasonable, so we're not dealing with a reasonable group. Those are on the fringes. That's for sure. Right Patty. I've got only about fifty seconds go. Joke the reason why that they're trying to distance large sanger's because a lot of black people are very very very religious and believe in God and the Republican parties, making a wonderful case for the fact that the Democrats hate Christianity and Judaism. While you we, we actually see that bearing. Thank thank you Patty love. You. We. See that bearing out when you see a statue of the Virgin Mary set on fire or somebody trying to tear down another Christian statue or Christian symbol. That's an issue. It's a major issue, but we don't really see those of the news that often what we're seeing is I got to get rid of the confederate flag. We've got. People are allowed to burn the flag at the naked lady in the street. That's what we're seeing. Instead all right eight, nine, four one packs, joepags DOT COM, Gregory, right stone geologist had a great author inconvenient facts when we come back some stuff. You're not gonNA WANNA miss give it her. An activist, you'd love coming up at eight Michael, Berry show. Radio stations across the way in joepags dot, com facebook, twitter, instagram, email there plus the live video feed. It's the JOE PAGS show glad to have you here really glad to have back author, geologist and all around. Great Guy Gregory writes Houria. Really good good you back home. It's Joe spend a month or so. Yeah, it's always a pleasure. It's in-coming facts, says the name of the book inconvenient facts. You can also download the APP so you've got some information right there. Handy for you when you know Uncle Edgar at the dinner table decides is GonNa Light Up. About cow farts. A inconvenient facts dot XYZ's website and go check it out right now. I'm glad to have you on Joe Biden is out there and and he's not the Joe. Biden old in many ways, but But. Let's talk about just policy for this for this information for this interview He's talking about the green new deal. He was never that guy. He's being pushed I think an agenda by AO. See Squad, maybe Bernie Sanders and suddenly he's GonNa. He's GonNa. Stop all of our greenhouse gases, and we'll get rid of cars by twenty thirty or twenty thirty five I. Did you expect that the left would go so far? Left in at the green new deal or climate? Change would be such a big deal in this upcoming election. It's hard to say we've seen in. Go left when somebody things, but this the green new deal, just any rational sane person would look at what they're proposing, and and and say this just we can't get rid of fossil fuels by the year twenty, thirty or hundred fifty, which is what they WanNa do, It's just impossible again. No sane rational person would grasp onto that. I think most people. Hope, lamb right or saying in this in in in the United States won't happen, but one thing he did back off on. In one of the debates you may recall. He said he was going to ban fracking like you say he's going to ban fracking on the first day was an office. He walked that back pretty quickly. And the reason he did that. You know I'm calling from Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, and of course, the keystone state here is one of the battlegrounds. If he has to win and fracking and metric estabilishment that needs bracketing is a huge employer here. Their discussions on. How many jobs are involved? Maybe it's on hundred and fifty thousand. My my congressman from North Ear said it was six hundred thousand I. Think it's a bit overstated. There's a bunch of. Whatever it is the big voting block and you're you say your son. son-in-law's involved in that and he's left a Righty, but you're not gonNA. Vote for the guy is going to get rid of your job right right and. He wants to put my son in law. He wants to make my my daughter. Go back to work wants to make my son-in-law unemployed, and that's what you have to look at and my congressman recall the name Connor Lamb from about two years ago. It was a huge race here. My Congressman now, Democrat and he was on the Joe Biden's Energy and Environment Committee and is district. Right here where I'm sitting. My congressman is is really really for the most part pro. Natural Gas and fracking and he he on that on that panel he actually. Pushed them to not ban fracking and he got that, so that wasn't included in Joe Biden's proposal. Talking much about the thirteen to thirty trillion dollars, it would cost to do all these green new deal. Things things that you and I have discussed that really just aren't necessary. Is it that you think the American people in general as a whole are afraid of cal arts or people reproducing or or my suv? Are they really that afraid of it, or is he playing? Do you think to a very small portion very small percentage of? Of the voting public, Oh, I. Think it's a small percentage. There's there are a lot of people that buy into this, but as you know we as I was happy before Kobina. While I was traveling around the United States I I found. People were thirsty for this information. The inconvenient facts that we've talked about many times. They're thirsty for this information. I think the average Joe or Jane on the street as his nagging someplace backyard going. A buying into this climate alarmism and it's going to. Be Destroyed and ten or twelve years, and they wanted they want to know that as you know a huge proponent of the many benefits of modest rise in temperature and increasing co two where we see by just almost every metric you look at, we're seeing the earth and humanity or recycle systems and people are thriving prospering, and that's a. that's a really good story that needs to be told, and that's. That's the story part of what I'm telling him in the middle writing my second book now. I don't want to give the title way at. What you'll be the first guy to learn about a good I'm glad to hear that well I'm looking forward to it. It's inconvenient facts as the out now inconvenient facts that XYZ his name is Gregory Rhinestone. W having it back and forth right now via email with well known person looking to say who it is, but this is a person that has bought into the climate change stuff and this back, and forth the way that he tried to end the conversation on climate change was come on Joe tens of thousands of scientists agree, and what do you have ten? They disagree so. A lot of people are hanging their hat on the so-called consensus of scientists, the alleged ninety seven percent who agree on climate change, global warming, and the ones like you bring verifiable facts are to be pooh-poohed because it possibly be right in the face of all these people who are who are agreeing so, what is your response to that I mean even my thought is, if one guy has the truth and a million have the false in the falsities ongoing the. The Guy with the truth, but the Mrs Don't do that. Right only takes one one person to be right, and everyone else would be wrong and it and disprove it s just not the way sighted process works, but we. We've talked about this before. The ninety seven percents, consensus was based on a study by John Cook back a few years ago, and in his study cast a wide net those that he considered to be are the ninety seven percents consensus. With his study I would be part of the ninety seven percent consensus. That the co two is is increasing its greenhouse gas, and it contributes warming the atmosphere. It just I believe it just does I. Just don't think it's very I. Think it's modest and I think it's greatly overwhelmed. By the same natural forces that have been driving temperatures up and down and up and down since the time this was natural forces didn't suddenly sees in the middle of the twentieth century there an action today the question is what's the percentage of human caused warming. You know again I would argue it's very modest and again overwhelmed by those same natural forces, and when I go to talk, I speak to large geologic mainly geologists. When I go to Geologic Organization, I spoke to one added a debate with an alarmist professor and over, and they were close to two hundred people in a run. Almost every single person in the room was in agreement with me and flanking the afterwards for providing this information. Actually are able to disseminate the information to people they do learn they do get to make judgments and they get move away from the indoctrination. The problem is Greg. People don't want you to speak and a Lotta people don't WanNa hear me when I talk about global warming or climate change either having learned from a guy like you. It's inconvenient facts. The book inconvenient facts inconvenient facts that XYZ Zepa in fact. Your local township actually voted to change some rules that were in place for many many years because they don't want people to hear from you on this. Yeah, well, you know if you remember my local library banned by blood. bestselling book from. The library and the library band my vote I came up and so now on the heels of that. Has An environmental advisory committee and the rule has been in place for four years that. We have seven wards in the township, and there has to be one member on the advisory board from work well, he came up in ward seven. Which is I am in? I was going to go to apply, so we thought it was a done deal until last Monday. At, the beginning of the meeting, they voted. To revise the Charter To change the rules, so they could prevent me from being on part of this environmental adviser. Did you. Did they. Do that no, no, they put it up to anybody so anybody. They're going to open up the selection process in order to keep unqualified people around. Being on the board bear in mind on one of their big topics, fracking and natural gas. I wrote. An article I'm probably foremost expert on that they. Of course they don't WanNA pro fracking guy. They don't WanNa Science denier on there which you know. Why was a twenty eight year old? Villa with the man bond. That has a social and environmental justice. and. How do you know I I? Don't know. So. That handed. The believes that there is going to. Be destroyed ten years man him on that committee quicker. So what did I do I fought a right to know requests, and that really get that right to not I'm going to wait and see the emails back and forth. We can't have this guy on the committee I do have the right to know if they're doing business for your city, and that was really a dumb move by. By them, why not have one voice on there and still have overwhelming number of voices that are against what you're saying? At least you can mix it up a little bit I. It's so stupid to me that people politically run from the opposition. I would much rather hash it out that that seems to make sense what you're doing. You're hashing out the truth as compared to. To to the the lies that have been out there for so long, it's Gregory writes stone. He's a geologist. He's a great author. Get his book. Inconvenient. Facts to inconvenient facts, dot XYZ and download the APP as well and again. You're telling me. The polar bears are done gone by twenty. One Hundred Greg is the same thing. The left does all the time. We're. GonNa run. Run out of fish by two thousand. We were told that we're going to have a new ice age. Nineteen seventy, we were told that the the population earth would would be so freezing because of I guess a cloud of carbon that we would all die, and humans would be extinct. Weeding change lives. This is like this one right right. Just today was released. There was a study. And if you look at, it is just a great great great example of how these people these alarmist scientists. Use An abuse. The scientific process in took a look at that study. They assumed this radical, extremely unlikely scenario of warming. They assumed that coal use. By five hundred percent well, it's been decreasing I mean the all of the developed world was decrease in use their. This estimation estimated that coal use would would multiply by five times, and we'd have six degrees. Centigrade warming will six degrees century that's thirteen and a half degrees Fahrenheit a lot of warming. It's going to be more than uncomfortable. You know if it does that, but it was. It's a highly implausible scenario that they used with this. And that's what we see time after time is we see that they use these models to predict what may or may not happen in the year twenty, one hundred, which is the timeframe for over cigars, thing and You know I will get the real world. Find a guy and I look at what's actually happening and we see the polar bear. Population has been increasing for more than fifty years. Out there it dispels what they're trying to do by the way that's eighty years from now, so nobody who's around now, generally speaking will be around eighty years. That's the idea. AOL See at least was was not smart enough to say idiot. She said fourteen years. We'll all be dead. And the world is going to come to an end. Scientists or alleged scientists will always put a number on events so far away that it truly for the Children Greg. Grandchildren, why don't you WanNa? Leave them a planet? The what what do you want polar bears to die when they're having kids, and this is always it's pulling at the heartstrings. They don't have any verifiable fact. That would suggest what they're saying is true yet you can, in fact, say look. Polar bears are a polar bears breeding and they're doing fine, but they're going to ignore you because it makes sense. Actually Study I in my book there was a big study comparing bears in high loss areas where they in theory should be getting going extinct with bears with a lot of ice in the bears in the high slot series that were they were fat and happy man. And those ones with a with a hot lots vice weren't. As healthy, so maybe the story is It's all what I'm trying trying to say. They've got something really good. It's up here and it's not coming. We need some more warming to save. The mayor's what we're talking about. Or maybe the simple bare necessities don't actually require rice. House did see what you did. It is Gregory writes, don't he's a geologist author? Booking inconvenient facts go to inconvenient facts that XYZ. This is the information that you need to be armed with when you get confronted Raleigh's ninety seven percents, consensus people who tell you the global warming or climate change is real, Greg. Let's do it again very soon, can we? Always appreciate your back after this on the Joe pags show stare. Radio twelve hundred w away. Daddy always a pleasure to have gregory writes. Don't on get his book inconvenient facts. Inconvenient facts DOT XYZ. Find out more about that. When new book is out as he said, he'll let us know I. 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Complain and need some novel left. Necessarily complain about the president's handling of the pandemic. I think he's done a good job. People, but one hundred thirty thousand dead. He didn't kill anybody. He stopped trouble from China the WHO lied China lied about this thing. We could have been way out in front of this thing. Had We gotten the information? We need the violent formation early on and the state management's was managers, the governors and so on have done a really bad job. For New York on down have done a really bad job. I think the presence a good job similar team quickly. He was talking about shutting down travel from China who was called Zina Fo- by the left so the idea that he did something wrong or one of the kill. A bunch of people are stupid, but then again I've never said. Natalie maynes an intelligent in the same sentence or means so you can give us the story. What is it that she saying now and trying to sell a record? The do the dixie chicks for the chicks? Check. Out, there are coming out I. Believe Oh, so she goes out to sort of Hawk that and decided. You know probably more records if I complain about the president. From Yahoo Entertainment Count Natalie Maynes, as one of the growing number of Americans disapprove of the way president, trump's handling the coronavirus pandemic. There's no leader. For a second that is, that is not journalism. Count Her as as one of those the growing number of Americans right so as a journalist. You can't say it's growing number of Americans less. You know that you're saying that. Because a few people told you that as a journalist, be journalists report the story. Just count. Her is somebody who's saying that the president is handed it don't see there's a growing number. Number that's editorializing God. There's no leadership. She said on Mondays. Episode of the Howard Stern show on. Sirius Xm don't even get me started, Howard Stern said he wanted to know what means thought. It's unbelievable. It's crazy. It is crazy that we have a leader that is I mean. It's murder Maine said it's second degree murder. He's not having to physically kill people, but this ignoring thing since speaking complete lies re. Re tweeting that Chuck woolery tweet. It's unbelievable. And she was referring to social media message that will lorraina former host of TV dating show Love Connection had sent July twelve think covid nineteen was essentially a big lining perpetuated to influence the upcoming presidential election. A trump tweeted the message. The most outrageous lions are the ones about covid nineteen. Everyone is lying. The CDC Media Democrats are doctors, not all but most we. We are told to trust I think it's all about the election and keeping the economy from coming back, which is about the election I'm sick of woolery has since revealed. His son was diagnosed with covid nineteen and deactivated his twitter account. Millions of the entire group was infamously ostracized from the country music community in two thousand three after she criticized President George W Bush performing in London during the Iraq war. The activates is twitter account. This is. Did Not know that. Snow. Activate the account he's made them private. Okay. So he is I guess he's. You see tweets. I guess if you follow him, I don't know he's got six hundred eighty nine thousand followers. I'M GONNA. Follow him, and see I for some reason can message him. Case. I follow requests is pending. As, you have to be approved, or something shall remain so now Natalie maynes. Who of course? Let's let's before you jump into it. Let's get this straight. She's a legal mind. She's a legal scholar clearly. And how do you figure that well talking about second degree murder, she must know. What is the legal scholar or not I. Cover News family long as you. A long time and I'm pretty sure second degree murder. You probably will have had to really murder the person. Is. Just I mean I. Agree with premeditation. forethought all that this is this is something less than first degree, but you still did the murder infecting manslaughter. He's still kind of do the murder. You still come. Do the killing so I'm not really sure what she's talking about. She says second-degree murder, and then she says not like he's actually author killing people, but you know it's second degree. And he's. He's doing it for the economy clearly. because. I guess the best way to get reelected. Kill as many people as you can. island NOCCO that route. I don't holly side. He's smart. Little signs, we, we call it in college. Did you learn his I? Did that the route? The Path to an election win is to kill the voters. I no, no! That's wrong. I did not hear that. You heard that I am reassurance on the final now. No let's not. Know. Voters the a better chance of winning the election I think that was on sat. True or false? Question now they will not be on the test. I'm just asking. A masking for. Friend I'll be. Let's be honest lemming friends your friend. I'm asking for somebody for my fictitious friend. How does it help you to kill more Americans? have. Wooden stump speech the stump speech on Donald, trump, going to be huge. I wish you'd die. I won the election I. Mean What Are you? What? What is what? How does that get us there I don't know I. Don't know where she's coming from because we decided as from. Chick Chick. We I don't know. I've I've seen studies and many have been done survey right now to be honest. But studies show that covid nineteen corona virus China virus whatever. Is Not Picking and choosing your party affiliation when killing you. Or when infecting you? It literally would not be who've either party for more people to die. So, her statement, alleging that he's killing more people. Can only work for one political persuasion? That'd be the left. Joe. Biden says well look all the people. Now remains a little the people. All of Hollywood little people on Sports people dying that. Trump and though biden yeah right, but I tried to understand sifting through the absolute BS. She was saying Stern. I tried to understand what her point was. He's killing people via second-degree murder mind you. because. He wants to win the election me, that's that's what I'm walking away with no. That is what she said. It's all about the election. Aren't going to open the phone lines. I'm guessing people. Listening might be able to fill me in on what it is that I missing that a dead voter is your favorite friend on an election day. So he could, he killed like sixty five billion of us, and it would be a landslide. Works at. Eight. Eight, nine, four, one, eight, eight, eight, nine, four, one, seven, two four seven joepags, dot, com facebook twitter instagram, email all right there. Scroll down you see news stories of the day. 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And He's doing it to win the election. We'll get into the baseball players kneeling now, too. I guess they don't want me to watch any sports. Is So. If you start watching reality, TV was CISCO GIANTS THAT DID at this time. It was. Now I played the national anthem at an Astros game. Probably boy got seven years ago now, maybe even more. And none of the players knelt. It wasn't even a thing. As the guy playing it. which my reaction me when they kneel down. You know what I mean I guess I. Don't understand what what should I. Would stop playing. Sorry, I'm GonNa. Need you to stand up? ooh, yeah, you imagine over very with. Viral. Oh! Yeah, you would buddy. Sports Team to invite my ass to come and play the national anthem on its tax of own. And if somebody meals down, it's going to go. On you doing partner Oh. Man Yeah. Viral? Finishing you stand. That'd be hate for that. Oh yeah, that'd be a big thing. Hate I hate I hate you? Get the Hey, you will. Soon as bobby over there stands up. You good. Continue playing. Hey, let's get into that because it looks like not only they're going to be kneeling on. But they're going to be. They're going to be doing all sorts of crap this year. All sorts of stuff going on in sports this year, but we'll talk about eight eight nine four one pags. joepags come to the phone lines in the meantime. Is it jobe serene jobe. What's your name? Jody, that's correct. Jovi talked to. You're on the air. Do. I think Natalie. The smarter than we're given credit for because if she can get to all of those voters before they die. and. Have Their Families Feel Man Dallas? That could set something goodness. Well! She was saying that that he needs them to die so that he can win the election. I think he misspoke. was talking about Joe the win. The election I think everything she's ever said has been a mistake to be honest job. Thanks open line now. Nine four one pags, eight, eight, nine, four, one, seven, two four seven. JOEPAGS DOT COM TO BE IN HOUSTON EIB. What's going on? I would sell them questions wise and knowing, but I think you missed the points in that to go ahead you. You gotta use the Chicago example. Dead people can turn an election one way or the other round this generally Democrat thing so the Republican trump I don't think he's going to benefit from dead voters. And again we're allegation was he's killing them through second-degree murder by the way so that he wouldn't election. But she just assumed that he's going to do it that way because that's how they would do it. All right He'd be opened my eyes. I, don't maybe there's something here. She because she's on. The left is assuming that he's doing what e be says the left does which is the left has a bunch of that people vote? And pets and other and other things, so the president from her perspective is committing the second degree murder on one hundred thirty thousand people, assuming he can then add those to his vote count in November crystal clear now. Crystal Yeah. Exactly how? It's GonNa Work by the way there is no benefit for any politician to ever have people die when when they're the one who's in office. But. What's interesting to me and this isn't brought out enough and I think it will be, but it's not brought out enough right now. The. Interesting Angle is when you look at the number of deaths city by city county by county state by state year. Are we ahead of the pace of deaths. Than we normally would be this time of year. Now the answer that I get from some individual spots that have been chosen and sent to me. The interest now we're not. We don't have more this year than we normally do. Will we do see is an incredible decrease. in-depth by things like pneumonia and heart disease. We see an incredible decrease. In people dying of other causes as well so the death number, which happens life and death happens. The death number hasn't changed much. In fact, it's about the same. Yet we allegedly have one hundred. What is the number one hundred thirty thousand? Over a hundred and thirty. All right so get two hundred, thirty, some odd thousand dead, allegedly from covid nineteen. We another being misreported. We've already outlined that. We know that we had we actually had to see. The number of cases lowered and a lot of places because they were overestimating and making probable causes on how positive! Results of tests. But at the end of the day if we have the same amount of if not less fewer deaths this year. Then, we do in a normal year. Then why is it that we're all shutdown? And nobody's going to work, and we're locked down and got to wear a mask everything else. What a what am I missing now? The death numbers were one hundred, thirty, thousand higher than we normally see by this time of the year I hear you. And Nagy proving me something, but I think that we start counting other deaths in just about everything's a Cova death. It's very interesting it. At Eight, nine, four, one, eight, eight, nine, four, one, seven, two four seven joepags DOT com. I want to talk about big sports will give you my pags parody again next next half hour as well. He joepags show. Is the Joe an activist. You can learn to love coming up at eight. Michael Berry show. Revenue Stations across the land. joepags DOT COM facebook, twitter instagram, email all right there plus the live video feet. Have you along for the ride? When you're at the website and Click on store. Get yourself a nice Polo. Maybe pull over shirt long sleeve short sleeve. The Coffee Mug. Joe pags show sticker whatever it whenever take those thinker, whatever it takes, I did my husband. Me Order Matisse Shirt actually. When you bring it up to. Just. Give you one. No I'm just saying I'm going to order him one. JOEPAGS DOT COM Click on store and I still use my coffee mug every day and think about the show. You know the one thing that that we didn't do and I think we probably should because of you know. The muscles probably should tank top know what? That would have been perfect for you. Yes. A tank top, your sons could have taken. Crazy about tank tops this some people are. Of Sports. And your son is Mr can roll with. That would be great if He does yes I'm just saying he's on his crazy about it. Some people that I know. When I started working out in the day twenty years ago, got back into it seriously I used to work I was in high school played baseball, but When I got back into it seriously, it's funny, because those in pretty bad shape and I'm not in great shape now, but I was in pretty bad shape and started working like an animal about a year later. I didn't have a shirt sleeves anymore. Just committed. Just walked out just out of the gym waiting. Tank toddlers when you're. Talking. About every every shirt I owned. My House and find sleeves laying on the ground over the list. Because I would just come off. But I look at my son's Yeah I didn't say. Listen here's the problem. They make shirts for people who have smaller chest bigger ways in smaller arms. What are we supposed to do? The shirt fits the one. OFF I. Go Yeah. You had to do that, too. But I've never been like Bruce Jenner back in the day. You ever like look in nineteen seventies video with Bruce Jenner he's like in movies, or whatever after he wanted the Kathleen, the guy was wearing like Jean shorts and like. Sure. Thank. And the shirt would go right the chest. You saw nothing crop top percents like what a woman would wear today, but then again well, no probably make good warrior. Maybe he was ahead of time. I don't know yes. Paulo Poles got a comment. Oh, wasn't he in that movie with the village people? Yes. That's where he's wearing that shirt. I think the entire time. You know you have shirts stood never I'll. Never been proud of by Gut. That would be showing it to people out of my shirt. Beach or in the poll with his shirt off with women, but you're not walking around the cutoff shirt. I did not play football. Yeezy ballplayers walk around these. Shirt? Yeah, yeah, sure, what's you? Know that was never made, but but no I was the guy that if I needed a rag to clean, my car had plenty sleeves laying around there. You go yeah to use in my car. But we actually we can afford actually by tank tops now and not just rip the the sleeves off. Good him again, mccutcheon pictures. Arm Day. Listen you work out last week. I did I posted. Thank you I didn't post it no. Okay so you worked at you did. I did yeah. I couldn't hear you what house yesterday to. Kinda walk and are brisk walk and run at the end of my video. brother-in-law's birthday was today. He's over right. So Jeff is over, and he says I want you video working out the other day, so you like squatting with no wait and and doing this and that and he said isn't really worked for your legs and you what yeah works. He said I was watching I was GONNA. Don't even have your weight on it. Then at the end of your video, you looked at the camera and you said before. You say I didn't do much. What did you do today? At least shut up because I didn't do anything. Right watching my videos and trying to be insulting and criticize if you're not doing anything off your ass and you're looking at my at my workouts. Don't make fun of me. Since stupid workout the other day by the way now did you work out today did not. Did you work out yesterday did not. Did you get over the weekend? Did. Not over the the judge I'm just. Moving wine glass to your. Other workout. Workout. Him considering tonight. When everybody goes to bed, I'M GONNA go into my workup to do something because I'm telling you. Ask Back in shape. Oh! You had the posted a video. Yeah, so we can all maybe I'M A. Video? Making Fun of my workouts Blah Blah enough. Actually, of course, it's fun for you. Talk about working out. Getting in shape I played baseball in high schools I've mentioned before I played baseball little league my whole life. Paulo played football I don't carry number. Ask You, have you? Do you play sports growing up? Your kids are sporting. They get. They. Get all that from their father. Getting none of that from you did the Husky Husky Husker, but that was in the nineties. ACO. Midwest thing. Hey del just went and bought something over the story. About it and Dale Order something. Dale Dale Yeah so I played I played sports. My entire life do not play football school. I was in the marching band and the coach was Do you play football? Zach no I'm I'm in the band? Because the band marches halftime. Players we have a couple of football players do both my son. In their uniform. In their. Whole lot out out of of maybe one or two, but it's possible. I wasn't possible for me. So that was not an option and but I've always loved sports and I've mentioned this. A Billion Times sports will take you away from it all for a minute. And in this day and age with information all over us all day long. We really need that break. We need that respite. We need to go spurs go. We need to come on. Dolphins don't lose eighteen games this year. We need You know come on the Yankees. Let's make it happen, but they took football away from me. A few years ago by Kowtowing Capri was just mad. He wasn't starting and he's sitting on the bench that he's kneeling down and he's. Heralding Castro, and and whatever other idiotic leader and the guy doesn't know anything about anything yet, for some reason, because he's black, although raised by a white family he's the guy who says black people repressed although he's a millionaire many times over. You have to agree with him or else. You're somehow racist. So I was that's it. Don't the NFL because they would not very simply make a A. Discipline Policy that you have to act a certain way when you were in uniform and that means you don't protest while wearing my uniform, but he's got the president of the right to protest. He doesn't have the First Amendment right to protest while working for me or while working for the owner of the team. So. That was gone I. was in very good with the spurs the Spurs now because I called pop out on his anti-trump rance that made no sense they were rambling. They made no sense and I called him out on it I'm out so I I. Don't I don't go to. The Spurs Games anymore. I haven't named several years. I still watch them. They can't stop me from doing that, but nobody in the NFL and the NBA has kneeled yet or not yet. That's just hasn't happened. If it does happen I've got a problem. Now I'm good with Mark Cuban Mark Cuban and I consider him a mentor when it comes to business. He was a very very good guy to me. As I was coming up in that, he gave me good advice. We don't align politically. So I saw him tweet something yesterday to a Guy Mark Davis. Who is a talk? Show host in Dallas? WHO said he couldn't wait for the maverick season, and but I'm telling you first time a player kneels. I'm out of there and mark. Cuban's response was by. Come on. So now, the NBA is going to be out. The owners of the teams aren't going to save us. And when you're wearing my uniform standards for the anthem, you want to protest before after I am going to support you. But kneeling and protesting while the infamous playing just takes away from the fans having the experience. We want them to have in the arena. So. I guess the NBA. At least we can do baseball. And then of course now the San Francisco giants. There's video out of several players kneeling during the during the National Anthem Major League. Baseball individual teams have every right national. Basketball Association individual teams have every right national, football, league individual teams have every right to tell the players the employees. This is your conduct standard. You must stand for Nash Lands of or stay your ass in a locker room. That could be your protest, not going to have you. Neil causing unrest in angst to the stands because we want people to put. Put their troubles aside for a moment a couple of hours. We want people to get along politically. We don't care who they are racially ethnically orientation. No, don't care religion. We don't care. We're all for one one for all rooting for our team. That's what sports should be and it's not anymore. That bothers me so I. Guess if it'll be consistent and I, have been. I will be watching any of those sports this year. The NFL is going to come back this year. They're gonNA play the black national anthem. Whatever that is. Before National Football Games this year. I don't understand. The national anthem covers everybody the nation. You don't need one for individual races or or cultures you don't. And if you play one, why can't somebody say I? Want the Hispanic anthem or the white national anthem or the Asia national, and why can't they say that? Because history history. What six hundred thousand people died freeing the slaves? We we don't with that. What are we achieve today? By kowtowing playing some national anthem? The most people have never heard of. So Am I GONNA GO! Soccer is just boring carries boring. But do something do something away ninety minutes nail. Hey, great, you run around a lot. We're talking about here. Wow. You really ran a lot biff i. mean what do we put what? If twenty, six to fourteen I'm watching. have been in soccer meal. Yeah, yeah, after nineteen minutes. We've got an initial tie. We'll go to special overtime extra extra time. Go! To run. For Ninety. Nine really run the number fourteen while you can run. Wow Look at the one he jogging. He's really spent. He just kicked his leg leg. Come on, man, we talking about here. You Watch crap. I. Absolutely loves it. I didn't ask. Soccer nine. I wouldn't sit down. I mean if he's watching it all. Sit Down, watch a little bit of it. Have you ever? Self because somebody scored a goal and soccer. Yes, we watched team USA play yeah! Well I. I like to see the box one. Now. Because that that revenue that repeat person. And we weren't. US soccer team thanking exciting sometimes. They'll after the extra time. Let's go a little more. We. Can Be, eight nine for impacts. You're watching sports this year. Eight, eight, nine, four, one, seven, two four seven JOEPAGS DOT com. I'll play the packers parody if you're lucky when we come back, welcome her. This is the show PAG. newsradio twelve hundred wwl way I I switched around to different stations for music, but for news I only go to W.. newsradio twelve hundred w alway. Great to have you both of it is. 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We're GONNA. Take One real quick Gabriel I appreciate you calling. Let's do it next time. This is the potholder. So you kind of mentioned earlier. Plant Kanye? West is tweeting seem. Weird stuff last night. I mean he was Dave. Chapelle wasn't a video with them to. It was all very. Seem in Wyoming today I guess he's calling God thin and a true friend you know, but then he was calling out. Tim Man has her mom Kris. Basically saying that his life is the movie get out. There are trying to I guess commit him. He said right. He was saying that they wanted to commit him. Willingly Long. I mean he's been acting kind of nutty be honest. So the the the trials and tribulations of KANU was. He's going to be on some ballots. Though which is pretty interesting, gotta go that Paulo. That is carry that Sam I'm Joe. We'll see you next time bye.

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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory with Pilot Viruet

Blank Check with Griffin & David

2:25:00 hr | 2 years ago

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory with Pilot Viruet

"Right. Jonah what to? Show. Who wants a beard? Well, be next for one folk singers and motorbike riders, you know, all those hip jazzy, super cool. Neat. Keen and groovy cats in the fridge. Daddy. Oh, are you hip to the jive? Can you dig what I'm laying down? I knew that you could slide me some skin soul podcast. Wow. Is that a good part of the movie? I think that's a funny part. You don't think that's funny? I think it's it's it's engrossing. Like, I'm interested that he's doing it. Here's another one boy everything in this room. Eatable even I need -able that is called cannibalism idear children, and is in fact frowned upon in most podcast. Though that moments pretty funny. That's the funniest line in the movie. But no, no, no, no funniest moment in the movie is indisputable. He's lying. Okay. Well, it comes with the line. Okay. Which is when they're in the elevator. And he's like this is like the doll treatment. Or, you know, all those that one's recent that is so good when they're on the gummy Mike movie should be that gone yet when they're on the gummy Viking boat, and they go past the door that says hair cream Missy pas like what's that for? And he's like for shine involved this money, this guy jel that shit's funny. The bet should funny got jokes. Sure I had forgotten. How many jokes at has its I mean apart from that interest the movie introduce the pug us truce, the guests. Let's let's talk about it. Hello everybody man is Griffin. If it's this is blank check with Griffin and David and the chocolate factory. It's about cats for manga Fay's directors who have massive success early on their career, given a serious blank checks to make whatever crazy passion projects they want. Sometimes those checks clear sometimes they bounce baby. And sometimes the directors spend a decade, re-adapting other people's properties you pretty much. Yeah. Kind of the opposite of the blind check. Although this one feels like they really let him do whatever he wanted. With this. Sure bull gets that. In a second were talking about the film to Tim Burton. This means series is called pod word scissor cast. Yes. And we have a great yesterday who has not spoken yet. So I'm not going to introduce them. I'm gonna wait until they feel like they are compelled to but in high. Vero is here. They're back. Warhorse when was warhorse it's a while ago. So you've had people at screenings, quote, I wanna fuck that horse. Yeah. Right. Yeah. It's really uncomfortable because it sands context just go. Hey, pilot Monifieth that horse. Right. I think it was a screening a really sad to right, right? It was like son of Saul. And so on came up to you and said pilot on that horse boy, April twenty-seventh a couple of years ago. Too long too long beginning this me series, which started I don't nineteen ago. Yes, right. Yeah. During the is in Howard ministration, I throughout to you. Are there any you'd wanna talk about before we'd really booked any of them? I I wanted to make sure we got you on this me series. And you said, I I'm a pretty big defender Charlin shock actor, and I said thank God. Because at this point in the mini series. I'm really going to be working to build defences for these movies, David's going to be so tapped out, right? That's not exactly how it's paid out. No. I'm tapped out I've been his fully I feel pretty so dot worn out by Burton. Yeah. Just by like so exclusively existing in this realm for a long time. But this was your dream this go stimulate Bertin. I don't dislike it, and I'm not saying that I regret it. But I do feel a little tired. Sure. It's maybe like e too much candy and your tummy starts hurting. Well, at this point, we only have. Two more Burton's to do. And they're both kinda good one one of them. We think is probably his best of this decade. Yes. And the other one is interesting. I dunno will if you're including the Dumbo that's three we have to do. What's the other one? I'm forgetting. Big thing. Oh, yes. Okay. So to to to to to more interesting, his two ones that aren't him taking some fucking proper recording all out of order. We have left to do Sweeney and big is then Dumbo will come out. Just as this is one of the ones that I feel like people hand wave. They just kind of go like rats easier to him because it's not the original and the original social lightning in a bottle movie. The I don't like the original this one so much all say this pilot. I are aligned or at least I was not like when this was coming secret tax, the book was very sick. And this read it over and over this feels a little more like the book than the original. I like it because the original within at all like the book like it was kind of happy right creepy enough. I mean, this is very much filtered through the timber thing. It's not just a didactic adaptation of the Royal. Dull this feels closer in tone, Terrell doll than any other aptitude of his work. I've seen it be well James and the giant peach is pretty good. It's pretty good. I'd put that number two. Jay is. Okay. I'm sure the bay. The bay. Come on. Where's the j? What does he think? Charlie the factor scrumptious, which is fishes. Matilda Matilda is kind of those good. There's some good doll, which is good Nicklaus. We're which is that is so bizarre that it exists. That one's weird that movie frighten me as a CHA which now Robert Zemeckis, Bobby z is doing his weird don't do that. Yeah net. Netflix is doing a bunch of all are they? Yeah. I think they're doing it. It's like a series of each episode. It's going to be a different book or something. There are a lot of those ones that you can't rewrite. Yeah. But like the twitches what they were called such tweets. Are they adopted that they should? But always fucking love meat. I really liked. It was also short. So I can't read but like that that was kind of like horrifying. I just hate each of them are. But that one's really naked. Like really a plot. Just are trying to kill each other. I think it was the funniest fucking thing. When I was a Ken. Did you the swan? Yes, that was my favorite because it's so fucked up I think I read all them to it's is in here. All of us have been real doll kids like big you'll have that sensibility. When you're kidding reinforce books in. You're like give me the thing. That's got the inker. I feel inside my child stomach. You know, give me the thing that has as like terrified view of the world as I have. And I yeah, I liked all the all doll movies growing up. And I was big fan. The trillion the chocolate factory or a really and the chocolate factory. But it's not a movie I place on Mount Olympus. I do think. It's one of those jerk. I could never get over it. Four minutes. I think she is incredible. And I love genome, I g I think this is more interesting because they do not for a second try to make him like even slightly right because they just so fully own the fact that really want because like a creep in and ask. Well, yeah, I guess so which turned off a lot of people I think he watches today, and it's like a pretty daring choice, especially at a time when everyone's still loved Johnny Depp. When he had not turned into Griffin talk about this. I've been Kate. They make him a creep. I don't think they make him an asshole. I think he's an as I mean, these kind of an F. He's not very nice. I suppose he's an asshole. But there was no nuance to the performance of new. Oh, I think we go think it's just this like cold stiff like tired, performer you into the timber movies. Okay. Done with him and ask which is your favorite. Movie of timber. Yeah. Beatle Beatle you like the juice drink some shoes. You know, what I need some juice right now. Okay. Ben is faith and producer van is bathing. Raping. Yeah. That's it. The House Mr positive Mr. hogs today will now. Cigarettes tiebreaker fires attack the meat lover commission. The Booker books. So can you white-hot Benny Benny? Graduate to certain tells the course of different as such as Kyle Ben Kenobi, Ben I travel on Ben Sade say by Bennie thing dot Benz with the dollar sign wore Hosby nineteen the fennel maker Bangladesh. Mr. incredible, eat, drink, Ben Hawes -ly. My my forgetting any probably what's the Nancy one. Oh, the holiday. Go Burton who knows who can say. Yeah. But didn't someone wait. No, Dumbo Ha's. Bo ha's. Bo. Remember, I feel old call it the one I like the most and so little untraditional because it doesn't include your name in it. It's more describing you is beetle juice. Yeah. That's a good one beetle juice got to that one is good. And it doesn't have been or house in it. Which is sort of exactly we need a little bit of variety because that's that's track. Mr. incredible, right anguish? Yeah. Drink Ben hose -ly, very funny. But his name's in it. Right. This whole name beetle juice on my shot. Now, I think it's good. So in the early nineties Warner Brothers who had purchased the rights to Willie Wonka from paramount in like seventies. And eighties. Warner brothers. Started buying other companies films for home video which end up being a really smart decision for them, willy Wonka and the truck victories paramount, right? It wasn't the wilder out. Release a power of the movie get made. Mel Stewart who is a British TV film director, his daughter read, the book said can you please make movie out of this and ask like uncle, George or whatever they might who was his producing partner, and he called up his producing partner and the Preussen part went. Ooh, good timing. I've been talking chocolate factory on my hand. Gino, what it was truly. All right. He was talking to Quaker Oats Quaker Oats was like we wanna go into candy bars. Okay. And they pitched a Quaker. Oats. If you put up three million dollars fully financed the movie if you put up three million dollars. This is the perfect opportunity launch a candy bar. And so they they have like the Wonka brand they bought it. Right. They bought the rights. So that they could make the film and make the candy bar, right? Quaker Oats fully funded and produced this film paramount got to show bution rights, but it was a movie made by not a studio by food company. That's bizarre. Very bizarre and roll del hated it didn't like it. He wrote the script they took it away from they rewrote it. They added songs that we're not his songs because the book songs the book has weird. But right there he thought it was to treat gli and the film does. Okay. When it comes out, but it sort of grows not too. Well. Yeah. For home video it becomes a huge, huge thing cable TV replaying a lot of this is Warners. And you know, Ted Turner, plenty -til the. All these fucking things. Right. This is one of those movies like the wizard of Oz. Like citizen Kane that Warner Brothers acquired over a period of time. When Warner Brothers home video library and TV library just became so fucking. We're bus. So it's the early nineties and Willie one because fish Lee become like this like family classic movie that everyone loves and it's like one of the most parodied things pop culture, and like the Candyman and these songs show, and and the notion of the golden ticket. I mean think about how many TV shows have done their willy Wonka parody up. So sure thirty lakh win is always like stuck in my head. Right. It's just like one of those things. It's like in the tapestry. I feel like every two years there's a willy Wonka sketching SNL, we're saying there. There's recently to grandpa Joe sketches without willy Wonka, which is weird the one. That's my husband's Griffin's, pop culture of session. Charlie. Yeah, I'm trying to figure out if these sketches take place in the same time line because I've had to Davidson grandpa Joe sketches, and they don't seem to shake hands with each other. Do you? Remember when L gore hosted, and they did the sketch that was Al Gore as like like, Stephen Wonka who has willy one brotherhood to take care of the books for the chocolate Fangio. But that sounds like a perfect outdoor Scott was a perfect Albor sketch, and it was just Al Gore being hosted where the opening monologue is where he's president. And everything is nice. Yes. Yeah. I've seen the right? And then that was like the best sketch. They had was him like in the wig and the suit and everything being like Wilbert. This is unsustainable. We can have chocolate river running all the time. Right. Right. Really? Yeah. He looks funny. He looks gene wilder yet. And that's a man who almost was president. Mary is. Yeah. So they try to re acquire the remake rights because I think they just had distribution the original movie. Yes. And not the rights. So they go to the dolla state, and the dollar state is like we didn't like that. Last movie. We'll give you the rights but condition on signing off on the actor and the director and so the movies in development hell throughout the entirety of the nineties. And they're always these rumors coming out of whoever the biggest star is at the time. And usually the director they'd pair them up with was whoever had directed. The most recent family comedy. Okay. We're always going like family move airy. Ross Gary Ross traffic with nNcholas cage is there. Yes, rob Minkoff. Who is the one that destroyed me this thinking of him being willy Wonka? They tried to be with loving. The sounds good. Korea second. Jim Carey, Tom Shadia. I mean Kerry does seem like it's almost crazy. That didn't happen. Warner Brothers was pushing for it, really hard. They would not have it. And they were like, here's Tom shady AC, he justed liar liar. They were like he's a hack like fuck it. They were like we want someone who's got an actual vision. And they kept on picking like whoever made a big comedy, whoever made a big family movie and tearing up with either that moments hottest dramatic star or comedic star and packaging has an obvious kind of thing robbing cough is the guy who made Stuart little right, right? And he had directed Lion King. And then so little was his first real, right? It's a real movie Stuart little I thought he FOX doesn't fuck. He does fuck that car. He fox. Oh, you don't ever that seem little takes call around now clubs you magnet. Yeah. Little car, and he talks a couple of people in the bathroom, like seventy eight minutes long. It's like one of those still really low one has a pretty robust narrative. Stuart little two is seventy seven minutes. Thank you. I knew firm. Little one is a whole eighty four minutes long, right? Do you like store little tumour because that feels a little more like a pilot movie? Heavy on the board. James woods is like an evil. Falcon, and the whole move is like a story law hanging ten he's like tubular the posters him with like a helmet like catching some air. It was like Stuart little X games. Yes. Exactly. I probably that. Yes. I should watch it. Yeah. Stream prime movies that only happened in like a one month when you know what I mean like everything that they were trying to appeal to about like is gone. Was a hit. And then they were like, you don't also is a hit Tony hawk for and sixty. It's just that he has a helmet when that mouse but aware at home at though 'cause kidneys learn safe, right? And he's doing the what's the hand. Gesture. Call shocker. Yeah. He's doing, you know. Yeah. Totally to biller, but these are the kind of directors they want and they never ever get the doll estate approval. And I think Bill seen gray has been on this movie forever at this point Burleson grades, become plain. So Brad, Pitt and Jennifer Aniston or with Brad grey trying to develop this thing and parts of care being comes out, and it's humongous fucking hit. And suddenly, they go like, oh, but about Tim Burton, and Johnny Depp. Because now, Johnny Depp is a viable leading man. For a big blockbuster. His weirdness has been approved by the the American public and timber had made most of his films out Warner Brothers. Now. I distinctly remember because over the years you'd hear all these rumors the weirdest ones that didn't in score says, he we're gonna do it, which they apparently considered it for a moment when my focus chocolate or not also be eight face dot the casino. I used to do that as one of my standup. It's when I was eleven when I was eleven and I did stand up for kids. That was my stand up. It was I would do my impression of Robert deniro doing Charlie and chocolate who use. You've balloon Paducah ty-, do whatever the fuck. This is like some green book bullshit would Joe patchy play the all the like. Yeah. She voice. Yeah. I did a bit. That was like weird remakes. I forget what the rest of them were you remember every single word of that bit. I did a San men dizzy, which was just e t American Beauty which was really weird that was sweaty events more sweaty. That sounds like like malarial words like you. You're about to die. It was your as flop sweat. But but I always said like they should let timber join debt make because I was the weird timber and try Depp kit. So when they announced that they were doing it might my my dad like I remember like like held up to defeats true wants to your room with the paper was walking. News. Dipping, nurses in the street and kissing them. How old you been in two thousand three when I was fourteen, but I've been sitting I wanted this movie since I was eleven sure I was like, here's the smart idea. Why don't they give it to the to weirdest guys in Hollywood? Because if you're gonna make another chocolate factory me, it's gotta be twisted. So it felt very vindicating, and I was super hyped up for this movie. And I liked it a lot, but it is incredibly strange, and I feel like in the time people who like a hold the original as the sort of a MAC Hewlett work. We're very against us movie g Walder publicly was like this movie sucks. It was the money grubbing money grubbers. There's no reason to remake it, right? I think it had two hits on it. One was like you just remade trailing the chocolate factory. But now the league has no charisma, so what's up with that? And then to the more like widespread like this thing so much CGI like what's going on there like that? That's the valid arguments about this movie does. Not look great. H is very poorly sets, look great, this ain't on their impractical environment. So good looks really bad in this movie. But I made a lot of money fairly well, reviewed then I feel like it's now like had this sort of legacy of just like, you know. Electro chocolate factory. But the original not that Johnny Depp, showing either of them. I mean, that's such I like this one more than the wilder while he's so me, what are your problems with the original pilot? I don't like Jean all doing it that much and I just find most of it boring. And it's just like I thought the book was super doc triplicate. And so I wanted to have a super talk like patient, and that was not aside from like, the one tunnel theme like everything else is like plan, which I feel like people true people talk with that movie. It's one of those moods is actually because the tunnel seen scary. It's the only seeing and they're good. Yeah. I mean, it is good. Yeah. I liked that movie. I think this willy Wonka makes more sense as a character. Neither is quite right to me. But sure, I think this one's closer that daddy issues. The daddy stuff. We we're going to talk like that. Yeah. You like the daddy. I'll say this a very weird movie to watch. And this was a mistake on my part the day after you watch all four hours of leaving that relent not a good double feature, which I accident in the depth on the record. And I literally like, Texas pilot gang. It's so weird that he's doing Michael Jackson, and then dep- on the it was like I wasn't. I was doing some others, especially it's Anna Wintour meets captain kangaroo. Okay. That was right. Michael tax. I think leaving even if he's not trying to like he is kind of like the pale nece. Subconscious his big defense. He would use. It's not like Michael Jackson, all because Michael Jackson loves kids and Willie Wonka. My character hates kids. Great defense. But then as close watching leaving Neverland wish Michael Jackson hated kids more. Oh my God. I wish she hated them. Here's okay. So the originally the wilder. Yeah. I don't like the yells at them at the end. I just hate that. I just think it sucks, and it's stupid, and it ruins the whole movie from interesting. I kid suck the final when he like yells at Charlie home, like tafs ak-, you know. The other kids suck too. I mean, except for vile guard who's fucking legend should have one. The competition. The she should win the competition, which is champion. She's she's good. What does she do? She chews gum. Yeah. Like dolls like Senator straight to hell. That's where she goes. Oh, we're up. Yeah. Exactly to competitive. Okay. Isn't it a competition? I get his beef where it's like, you know, a Costas is like a glutton like Bruecke spoiled. Yeah. Mike TV his American. This is sort of the beef with Mike. Doll hated television. Right. Watch too much any other ideas that he's like he's too violent, right? Yes. In the book obsessive gangster films in the gene wilder film. It's westerns and in this video games. But he the rates constantly, right? Right fine. American to me, it sort of granting an accident American. Right. And then what is violet chews gum, which is a filthy habit against driven. Yeah. Role doll book a little surprised that one of the kids isn't a Jew. I had to say it do he's an anti-semites some problems. The book has prob Johnny Depp is a frigging Krief. We should say that too. I'm saying. To bring that up. He's what's the two more movies after this? Okay. So hot takes this. We're calling out rawal Jonker. No good. Jackson like, you won't go it asshole. I call him out. So imagine taking a stance stance. Here's my thing on Wonka. Yeah. I don't like the debt thing. I know that's a regular opinion that lots of people have I I've never gotten that. I liked that she should be like an elemental creature that like you just don't understand. That's what I like about Willie Wonka where it's like he just doesn't make any sense nothing about him makes wanted to have parents who had sex I like, birth and Beal. Yeah. Willie wonka. That's his name. I like them doing the math on Wonka and being like this guy. He's fucked up. And this is how it manifests I such a prickly not know about that. Well, I think the the pilot thought that's what they did in the gene wilder movies. So why not do something different here? You've already made this sort of. And I get neither of you like the wall to perform, but for a lot of people they view that as this is the element toll. He's just sort of a magical force perform, I don't mind the. Louder performance, he's very arresting the opening bit. It's great. It's a great bit where he's got the came. Great bit. Right. One of the better bits, which he said ten out of ten bit. He wasn't his whole pitch. Like, I wanna do that he pitched in that bit. And he said, I'll do the movie if I can do this because from that moment on you don't know whether the characters lying tongue now, I think as you said, the problem with performance if you want to get technical about it, and what it does to the movie is it then implies that he is a nice guy pretending to be an asshole, right, which is very weird right at every time he's acting like an asshole or I know how these children out. I'll be an asshole, right? Why right which which is so his system is bad. Tickets. Yeah. That's your sample size have four asshole kids and one kid who's boring like he wins by default. Not just getting a ticket doesn't own a fat. There's a lot more training to Al Gore. Al Gore talk about its back of the ticket had instructions on how to factory really tiny. I got I got a sound off on grandpa. Joe? Okay. Here we go. Oh, all this. Pete Davidson quickly. Okay. Sudden somebody can dance. He's been sitting in bed. Good didn't cabbage soup fed to him. James slipper dollar Bill symbol for cabbage suit. Is that gold shied? Somebody conveniently contains because he's got a golden take at Totta. They go to the bathroom to or there on the bed. What are you talking? Their buckets under them there. The book being ridiculous. There aren't buckets in the bed. They piss and shit on each other's leg. That's what they do. Come on. Let's be silly here. No jokes, they piss shit and each other's legs. It is weird how hungry they are. But they live a long time. There's something good. That's that's the buckets have Baco enforced walking. My grandpa is like a thousand years old only eats cabbage soup and look at them fine. He hasn't got out of bed months. And now, he's. I mean, I think he's just faking once everyone sleeping. He just goes. And hangs out goes the bar. I do like that. I mean, we got to. But in the original. It's like what's his name? Check albertson. You mean the actor? Yeah. That guy like very wonderful gets up. Does this like really like elegant musical number? And then in this one grandpa gets up and does like a kind of disturbing dance where he seems like he's possessed. I like that in this. When the Grandpa's health is better all of them are kind of creeped out there like what the fuck is going on with grandpa. They're not charmed by it. No. This doesn't want to term, you know, in casting Jack Kelly is a choice to David David Kelly. Sorry. Why do you think that's a twice because he's a very weird actor sure like he's got an odd offbeat energy? He seems not into it. I don't mean the actor. But like grandpa Joe, yes, he's just like nothing into he's two otas and. About anything. The biggest. Like he's going to have a factory for like two days. I feel like also at this movie once they get into the chocolate factory there kind of less interested in Granpa Joe and Charlie until the end of the movie the original like checks in with them. A lot original is more about them being in the fact, bright always through their is they concentrate these side conversations about like, amazing, Charley. Yeah. This one is very much more just like they're kinda standing there. But a lot of things in this movie feel that way. But like where the now we have to do this bit. Let's do it feels sometimes feels a little perfunctory. It does not. Then Britain's comes alive with the weird shit like Christopher leases data, and it's the best and oh he likes this. Do I like this look totally cohesive, but he does feel alive in this. He's making like exciting choices, you feel like more show than like our energy to it. You know, in a way that Alice doesn't away the dark shadows can't sustain the. Blue story. I really like there's so much stuff. It's kind of like it thought it was just silly to add to the like is it in the book. I think sort of in the little different. I mean, they're always from like. Yeah. Dom is cancelled darkest Africa like, you know, they're always like from a mysterious far off place. Traditionally they were literally black in the book and someone pointed out to roll tall. But it was like so raises. Yeah. And he was like. It is racist. I'm going to change it like was like see he changed. Okay. All right. He was never a system gang. So. Well, he did change it. Okay. Yeah. Let's make them like an identical pygmy species. Right. Where they're just you know, whatever different they're far away. But I do like that seeing the back story of like willy Wonka with the chocolate palace. That was good. I liked the way they sort of build up the character. I mean, they do a really good job of just like all those things not showing his face for the first like thirty or forty minutes and building them with all of this guy. Because the original may be like sells you harder on the magic of candy like a you can't discredit how effective that candy ban song is and just like as a starting point being like, oh, I guess chocolate fucking rules. You know from the starting movie this movie as good at that too. Just in general really makes you. Not that fucking. Can I never seen this with my friend Daniel and when they get to the factory. He just went like, we why is everyone care this much about candy like the movie doesn't make a strong case for candy as it does for willy Wonka as like this crazy mythic figure. You know? It is weird that. Yeah. Like what if like Nestle was like come to the Nestle factory? I'd be like no things. Why would with with? What are we gonna see their right? Right. Right. First of all, you think like it would just be a boring stare island like robot plant seeming. Nestle factory doesn't have like balloon pa- saying children, basically died. They actually do have that. But it's actually. Like Amish people. How much Amish would be good if they were a bunch of? What I really want. Steeped Amish boy. Yeah. So much better than exactly dentist dead. I wanna be both in industrialists in chocolate here. And they're like, those are not honest things. We're not into those. All right apologies in Vance pilots. Get the door for whatever the fuck about to happen. Cam plants. Rows. This thing stem petunias to what's your name. Again. I think it sealed throughout the field. Flour? Too. Damn candy, man, Kam, it's been awhile and Candyman because he does it with a smile. Hours ago to have her own willy Wonka. Dan, right. I mean, he's like a shameless rip has a book a hat instead top hat, and he has a purple jacket. Please go on. This isn't killing my momentum. Please this is a rhythm and song base. Karen? Keep describing me at the very least. Let's get some merch out of this in my right like broach. Okay. Our brush, sure. So of course, my name is Dan Candyman. I come from a line longline Candyman. But you pitch flowers. It's a gig based economy to a couple of things. Okay. I I got something embarrassing to show you guys going. I'm not here pit something to him here to ask for help. I did something kind of parroting. I'll admit this is this is safe room. Right. The space for say space. My my hair started hitting recently. And I thought well, let me, you know, work with what I know. And try to you know, see that field if you will. So if I take off my top hat here, you can see planted flowers on my head. I thought if I had flowers, it would look like hair, and I would sort of regain that thickness. How is the dirt staying on top veteran head I have to reapply it every ten minutes. Oh baggers for. That's all fine. It's fine. We're here to talk about. Peaches. Just take a look. David. I'm here coming to you. I see. A hair for help. You're showing me. A stapled paper packet where one page. Pictures of people's penises. Maybe. Move. That'd be a move could be helpful. I mean twenty five percent of new cases are guys under forty do. Whatever. I can get this drink to the state. I'm sorry. This is Griffin buddy in here for a second. Yeah. What's gonna die? Dan. I'm just trying to track a lot. What happens here you came in singing a song about flowers? To the tune of the Candyman can't believe people on this show. Then you talked about how you had planted flowers on your head said you weren't here to promote something you needed help. And now we've realized that your entrant has sinked up with the appropriate time for us to do an ad read four erectile dysfunction because being society dysfunction can be optional. Well, can I? But in here, I go Jesus, let's get this over with come on. I do have a floppy dogs. So any advice, you can give me what how will you sound? 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Pene go to for him. Go to four hymns dot com slash plank. That's F O R H I M S dot com slash blank for him dot com slash Mike. Okay. Flank dollars leave it blank. What's going? Oh, we're nice dot com slash blank. Ben get security. This. Take your dirt with the boy. Oh boy. Well, that was one of the cleanest. A fucking dead fucking dead. Right. Guy. It's so easy to get on the same page. I feel like he walks in everyone. Immediately gets what's going on. So anyway, we were talking about Charlie and the chocolate fact, right, right, right? Let's let's start at the beginning of this movie. Sure. I think the first thirty minutes. This movie are perfect. I think all the Charlie bucket family stuff in this movie is perfect. Can you way on this? I love Freddie, Highmore. Hi, more rules, the good doctor himself. He's a good dog such a good. He's a really good kid. Can I tell you my favorite good episode to Potter? And have you watched every episode doctors that he's a good doctor or anything else going on there? Sometimes a great doctor yet. But most he's a good doctor, but that's only during sweeps weeks. So he's tweets he becomes great. And I buy this episode conjoined twins. In a second pot. They put them back together. And that's the shell excuse me. Can I ask they get separated? And they're like what the fuck I think like one was going to die. If they didn't like the attack. How old are they? Are they like infants or they? Twenties thirties. Okay. Kind of like, you know, stuck on you from kademi award winner. Peter fairly exactly like stuck on you two time Academy Award winner. You don't game. I've been playing recently to myself watching removed just everyday. Yeah. Like, I constantly. I can't stop opening the book. No. Here's a game. I'm playing curious to see where the two of you weigh in on this. Where do you rank green book in the fairly cannon? Because I think it's probably the seventh best movie Peter fairly has made. And I only really like three Peter fairly movies. All right. So they show how yes definitely below that. That's the only movie I can think of yours some fairly. You got dumb and dumber kingpin good one. You got. There's something about Mary. So far all these are overgrown all three those are my top three. You got me myself. And Irene that one's going green? You got us most this Jones. Now, they only live action, which is the worst part of that movie Bill Murray too. So good, though animated sections, which I believe the Farrelly's had very little involvement little lower tastic. I still put it above green book. But just. If we want the very big substitute teacher movie and sort of like figley Siam. All ask it was that the deck. Log. What grade were you either that you were too old to be watching us this Jones or too young to be watching the Dekel? Oh. I just love the pitch is most Jones's like what if a white blood cell and a cold pill medicine pill. We're like buddy cops like that's the pitch. Yeah. It's a great pitch. A good pitch amp for that movie. Downst-? It we were like first of all most is a great name firm movie. It's a good name for moving. I think it has that bit where it's like you want us. Most is you've got us most. And they're like, this is this is the killer moment and also the I they were like we're making like a mismatch buddy cop movie, except instead of the divide being racial divide is one guy. Fischel? And they're lighting the flu right Laurence. Fishburne plays like a new virus in the movie. All true. The other pitch on that movie is incredible. Which is here's the pitch for the movie it takes place inside Bill Murray. Right. Huge movie star. They're also lead zookeeper zookeeper, and he gets sick because he eats a hot dog that falls in the gorilla cage. I believe that's do. They explain why. Because he's just slow. The hotdog, and then it falls into the cage, and it gets all the gorilla germs on it his daughter's like don't daddy. And he's like oh come on. Honey, it's still five second rule, then he eats it. And then you see like Laurence Fishburne tear out of right? And you mostly I think just see when you're cutting him just him going like. Yeah. Feel so good. He's got sort of a weird love subplot with Molly, Shannon, who plays his daughter's teacher, Chris Elliott places, even grocer friend. Well, you remember this better than I do. I remember the cartoon parts movie rules. I was so in favor of doing a fairly brother series someday. Until. I'd love to talk about. Fairly brother comedies. We could be like. There's only and you also have to exclude dumb and dumber, which is technically only credited. Peter staying. No, that's both. All right. So we got shallow. How which I have never seen. It is so bad. And I love it. I rank it below green book. But maybe is the only one I would rank below grandpa. I saw that in like a junior high date. I mean, it's Drako. No, it's like a trash cinema masterpiece. I mean, it's one of those I can founding movies. Alexander's grade. And it's got a tail on. It is essential. Stuck on you as you know, we were talking about. Twins definitely above green book. Yankee Muniz in it murals asleep. Isn't it? Mills Japan several scenes in that move. There's fever pitch which I have not seen. But definitely about green bright. There's the heartbreak kid which I have not seen James used to watch. My brother James to watch fear pitch so much on cable, and we'd be like you love this. Yeah. On TV. So I'm just like watching it. But anytime we walked in the room. He'd be watching fear pitch. So one year for James birthday. Maybe it's thirteen birthday four separate members of our family. Bought him fever pitch independently. Because we don't we should get him as fever. No one talked with anyone else. He never opened one copy. I don't I don't like it that much. I wouldn't watch it. I'm not going to go through the effort taking it out of the DVD case. Well, so our family owns four copies of fever pitch on DVD put him in the front hall like framed of copies vestibule. Yeah. The heartbreak kid haven't seen hall pass haven't seen Iran. Call pass above maybe rank her she's Owen Wilson and today kiss asses fine. Jenna fisher? It's got some good stuff in it richer. Richard Jenkins giving an Academy Award worthy performance and the artist doesn't he plays an old creepy pick mystery, but old yes. Numb three stooges never forget. I do not like that. I've never seen some people stand for it. The middle section. Do you the moose separate until like three shorts with their own title cards, and one of the stages? No, it's just like three episodes. They're just like three stooges films are always thirty minutes long. So let's just make it three thirty minute films three different narratives, they don't focus on one or the other stooge more the middle one is MOS in the jersey shore. And it's moa with snooky in the situation. Then your friend, Nicole is is all of them are in it themselves. It's just they do another season of the jersey shore. That's like Stuart little toured. There's only a month where that's the idea they've been trying to show still popular jersey shore is still popular. But where the studios like we should cross this movie over with you. I mean, if I knew about that, I would have I can't believe go. Lexin already renting Hon. The villain of that. Film is also Stephen Collins noted. User canceling him too. Yeah. He's canceled. Hot takes we don't like him. But the the jersey shore section they announced that movie in two thousand three the fairly buzz for like, here's our blank check project. Yeah. Who's going to be Kerry? And he went through every single reality show like Boone they would rewrite the script every year and be like, I guess mo- has to be on survivor island. Now, I guess MO has to be on American idol, I guess Mohammadu the real world and like the wheel landed on jersey shore when they got the pickup. But by the time it came out like they'd sorta stopped doing jersey shore, right weird movie ranked below green book everything else. I pretty much put what about over number two, maybe below green book dumdum or is not good. No. It's called number two. There's also diamond Gary boys, that's a prequel that they are not involved. But that film was better than gray. That's been our fischel cream. Book ranking. Troy Miller joint. Right. He used to direct all the MTV movie words sketches. Yeah. Stand up. Yeah. So Charlie Jack Frye house. Oh, yeah. Okay. So let's talk about this first book, it's houses rate design. I like how it looks all melty like a candle. I do too, Freddie. Highmore? Good doctor. Great kid. Yeah. Here's the thing about Freddie, Highmore he had been in. He's in. What's it called the year before couldn't find Charlie and joined up was like, I just I just worked with this candidate? I remember him in this movie and in that movie. Yeah, he's the cute kit. Right. Stop thinking about Freddie Highmore for a while. And then he came back as Bates. Yeah. And I watched some of that show because it was so fucking weird. And he successfully fully became like, a creep to make sure you know, we're like it wasn't. I think where I'm like God he's to be actor. How weird like if I see Haley, Joel Osmond? I cannot not think about him in other move, of course, with Freddie, Highmore banished the other movies when I turn this on it forgot it was pretty high. More now is like. Bates here Bates also because of the accident hasn't have the accent. Right. Right. But he's a good doctor. Now, I haven't seen. Guest tvs. I know it's no. It's weird. And also the posters literally just like him doctor's jacket. What if doctor was good lab? Doctors doctors jacket. Oh, my God of losing my mind, and you should doctors jackets into your fashion line. So that's a doctors Jackie's question. I know this is like role doll world, but like their English very English yet. And no our English. They live in America talking about Stalin. Not like either orange shirt in the middle of it can inside their money looks European. I guess it certainly doesn't look American when he gets the ticket. They're like, I'll give you fifty dollars for them. And the other thing I'll give you five hundred dollars. When you see the actual money notes. I got like a Queen not really objecting just sort of British because I mean, the original they're all American. You seem like you're really nitpicky about this David for some reason. I don't know why. Oh, you're trying to do that. Okay. Where I live what two thousand five I'd know it if we only more did you win like a golden ticket where you got. A little while. But it was just a little while they were testing out if you've got to take over the palace, and then you lost because you were bad egg. That would be a good movie. Who be the Knicks ruler. I'm five golden eggs. I five to find them. We'll be the first to walk into Buckingham Palace in over fifty. And she does a bit where she like is old within turns out. She's young. Yeah. You know, lifting was I've been living in England for ten years when you saw this how much national pride was there in this movie. There is definitely a lot of interest. But I think it was more just the general kind of like, Johnny Depp is in a movie interest. Like, right because Johnny Depp was just such a big deal at that point. Right. Because it was played a lot of English people because he played jam berry. So you're before right? Accent for a weird movie. Horrible everyone Michael Jackson eat too. I love you children. Yes. That was a movie that for some reason my dad gave me a bootleg that he sent from Iraq. It was a very strange time. You're you're serving oversee. Yes. Neverland? Yeah. That's incredible Scottish. He was Scott. I'm having a bit of a bro and insurance possible. If you just imagine Peter God movies, so boring. It's like they're sick like being that movie the Oscar nominee, but the the ladies. Like coughs into a handkerchief ins like she's dead. Yeah. Thirty minutes from now. She is dead that lady being an insanely overqualified capable of doing nothing. Right. She nominated for she was not which was weird that she got on me for lead for Charles sunshine was that same right where but that was one of those years where like, yeah. Giant got in and like Paul giamati didn't right. You're you're which I don't even like sideways, but like, you don't not nominate Paul giamati for sideways, if you like sideways, you know, he'd be a good willy Wonka. Pudgy Monica you mighty that'd be good. It is a lot. He's worked with Burton. Yeah. Poetry money in the rang attain makeup from planet of the apes as willy Wonka limbo explanation. Right of useless. Yeah. It's factor. It's stressful. You take it. I don't know. It's kinda surprising that g Mahdi Burton having worked together. Again. He seems like someone who'd become one of Burton's guys. Like in the way that he just liked clearly all in a MRI pile at this point. Right. Well, a good thing to be all missiles. Yeah. When she she wants to date willy Wonka. Yes. Right. That's sort of like a very quiet subplot. I would watch that mom calm, right Wonka. And. In regard. No, she would play himself Jud by yourself. Yeah. Course. Okay. Getting cute. You think it's perfect. I don't know what to say this. I think it's perfect. It's perfect like like sort of fairy tale like sort of. It's it's equally parts kind of like wims, ical and sad. Sure. I think in the gene wilder version. It's a little too like lifted in this. I actually like I feel the struggle of the family. Carter Noah Taylor are overqualified and they're really good. They're sad. And I'd like the thing that this movie is doing from the gecko, which feels very role. Dull to me is like going down these corridors of like his father at the toothpaste factory grandpa, Joe when he was younger like role doll will go into little side tangents loves it rate detail. And so for the moment that's happening. The movie I'm like, this feels like a real doll book more than the gene wilder film. Does this has the structure and the flow of like that the chocolate palace all that sort of like these are like a lot of detours to be making early on. But the building the world out. Well, you're getting the sense of Wonka as this mythical figure knowing head around. Yeah. It's not that he's beloved which I like, but they're just like who the fuck guy. Sure what's his deal behaves in a weird way. And why haven't we seen him in so long? Have you seen anyone go in and out of that factory your entire life? What happened who works? Right. Like, all these sort of mystery surrounding it. And I like the the Noah Taylor like homebound mccarter stuff is just like they're they're trying really hard to give this kid a good childhood like they're not sad sack. Couple of flaws one four grandparents in your living room sleeping in a bed. Pooping and peeing apparently a tiny bit depressed that that they should may be a large bit stink. To too much cabbage much cat, heavy women's safaris. I've also never had cabbage. I've never had tennis. What's I mean? Pilot. Not surprising. You've never had. Kevin. Gee, there's so many things. I've never eaten interesting. But like cabbage often sorta like, you know, they'll sneak it into a salad coleslaw 's Canada's our kraut. Oh, it's yes. Yeah. That's cap. It's multi nickel cabin. Okay. Everyone. All right. You like sauerkraut? I like sauerkraut on a dog must. Yeah. Okay. I've never had like cabbage though, you've never taken a whole cabinet. Cracked into a cabbage. I love cabbage. Good grossed it. It's good roasted like some purple cabbage. It's not so great. If you like steam it, you know, a little sad bed with them far important and cabbage soup fine. Let's be a bit. At least are able to buy cabbage eating like stone soup. Do you? Remember like an old like kids books you read about people making stone soup. Sounds great bowling stones in hoping. There's flavor on them. So I the saddest concept is fine. I guess it's just to me. I'm like you gotta do the ticket stuff now. And they do the ticket stuff. See this is where I think they excel they pulled this off better. I think all the vignettes of the kids being introduced by. They're good kids. They're good kids, and they're bad kids. But like they are well I characters and he owns into he leans into what's weird about them. Immediately identifies a fun comedic game and style and you're getting so much good characterization here of just like the bit of Rookus salt walking up tear parents with a ticket with no appreciation. Right. Just like I wanna pony as well. Like the business as usual Augusta's can't stop eating chocolate. Even when he's trying to he's pretty he's pretty cool. Actually, this is kind of a cool guy. I would have given a factory took exactly he likes. What? Yes. Way more into it than Shali. Right. And his mom is kind of nice like she has like a normal. Cool. He's a sausage, man. The cut to the dad is so well. And then violet who I love. Yes. Played by young Kerry from the Carrie diaries, right? Tell you my favorite thing about the cabbie us in the pilot episode one gal describing losing virginity, and she says it was like shopping hotdog keyhole. And I've thought about that weekly since it's so upsetting on the CW. I ought dishes for that show. And I had to be in the scene where someone says that line of dialogue for my addition. I have never watched the show. Head for six years. I forgot it was from that. Until just now because I think about that all the time hotdog through chemo such. Putting the sleeping bag back in the case. Well, you know, what's gross about that image? A hotdog cooked hot dog either way either. Yeah. I think it's wrong. I feel like I've heard when people try to talk about bad sex them using the analogy of like it was like trying to put wet spaghetti through keyhole. If you're you're soft hymns hymns Beck to him. No. But that one makes sense to me and the hot dog through a keyhole is just like that sounds like it would rip the hot dog. I think of Janet then Totta, right, right? I get a visceral revulsion because I just immediate because like the human music key lake. It's not made of metal sort of moves and shifts right about to not to break this line down more. But I think it deserves it. I guess the implication is that the Pene was too big, right? I get a little. Hotdog through keel Nash. Smash smash this wasn't alone. Fuck I forgot. I thought that was national dish. Didn't you do like eighteen million smash auditions I did they almost cast me on smash after they had started filming smash smash famously well run TV show that had no problem. Right. They they were maybe going to restart the show, and I was gonna play Debra messing. Yeah. Yeah. You were. You were going to be you had all your scarves. What if the scarfs could talk Griffin? Can you jump around Debra messing neck and do this read for us? All right. Keep talking about Charlie factory. I just think all this stuff is is good. It's fun. And it's got it's got a late, touch it sort of magical without feeling lens, shake saccharin. I guess and I think they're couple really good moments. Charlie characterization, Freddie, Highmore is so pressure naturally talented. He's cute. He's just Charlie. His always bothered me. Because he's has no personality accepted, these nice, okay? Because he has the thing where they're like we bought you a chocolate bar. Yeah. He's like. You should use the money to pay the rent. Kate you saying that way shingles on his house at seeing sound shitty. Sure of others apparently pushed really hard that. They wanted Charlie to be some kind of savant or wiz kit really rising situation here the two big notes. That Warner Brothers had them just applying like modern studio notes to a story that everyone loves exactly the way insure. They were like first of all Charlie shouldn't have a dad because the movie should be about Willie Wonka coming his father figure mean kind of like a Harry Potter like the classic sort of. Yeah. The kit. They want Willie Wonka to adopt them at the end of the movie and be like, you're the father. I never had. So they're now it's where we want more daddy issues. Right. Right. Right. We've only got one layer of we want to resolve move in a second place using to make this guy is going to stop the child. I think at that point one was like, and of course, he won't be a creep. Right. Johnny Depp won't be playing him. Like, Michael Jackson. He'll be a nice normal person. Sure. And he'll become a nice dad at the. I think they wanted like liar liar. Mode. Jim Carey at the end to be like, maybe I should focus more on family. I would have liked it if Wonka up his pants marriage, and then became his dad that would be good. If if if Noah Taylor walked in there instead of the grandpa willing because like cookies. The Cuc factor. Chocolate Cukle it. I was just I I know that word has been co-authored by maniacs on the NFL. And not that it was a word before that. It was invented by maniacs. The internet who are bad. What movie did I just see where someone got cheated on? And I was like this guy only gets cheated on movies. I have to think about this to notes one. I find it funny that it's been coopted by maniacs on the internet. Because all those maniacs. Are by by using the casual term. It's Jason Clark AK. Jason gets right serenity. And then the aftermath creek -at's bay. Yes, gets me. The original. Okay. Great caulking. I don't know, Tom Buchanan. The original. That's what that books. That's the poll quota right from Richard Scott FitzGerald notes. Like, this guy is a beta male. Gasp is a total alpha while we're getting very literary on the episode today. I was going to say I like it the maniacs. Coop. Cock which is such a casual like, friendly nickname term for cockle. Ding are also like you're such a fucking cook. Which is a gross thing. It's certainly not something. I watched videos of all the time. Oh god. Well. The horn thing. Yes. That's when it went to cook is because they were like cook porn. And then all those guys are watching porn, and then dissing people being uric. It's going out of this. So let's go deep. I'm driving this duck boat the wheels just now now we're going into the water. So they chocolate factory. Wait, I wanna say this. They want to charge kid. I wanna say a couple of things about. They want to be a whiz kid. They want really want to be normal. They want the movie to become about a father son relationship and was like fuck that monk is a weirdo. It's weird for anyone to behave this way. Right. I want the character to follow suit. If he's a man who hasn't talked to anyone else for recluse. He'd be weird. He'd be weird. Right. And he was like the whole key has to be Charlie just normal kit. Sure. Now in the original, I think it's a little too like he's too pure the thing about blonde hair to the thing that was kind of incredible about Freddie, Highmore at this age was he just seemed like an old man a little child's body, and he doesn't being a kid. He doesn't play cute at all. He's very serious. So I think all that stuff comes up him going like, no, it's my birthday. And I wanna share it the chocolate bar with all of you. You really kind of like I feel for this Jesus. I think he's such a good here. But but I think I appreciate that the performance and the tone of the movie they don't make the kid over. Ernest? He's just kind of logical. Sure. And he's got priorities straight. See like chocolate. He does. He looks truck light gets one bar your first birthday. Okay. Where he makes a little model. His father collects all the machines into his Cavs. All this stuff. I'm like really into your into this. And you're getting the backstory, I mean, a great have you seen this movie? I saw it a lot when it came out. I haven't seen it probably in twelve years interesting. Yeah. You saw multiple times in theaters. I saw multiple times Gators Romley early liked it when she was little we'd watch it a lot at home. But. A couple of really good gags. He does early on. And some fun film rhythm things. One. When grandpa Joe tells the story about when he used to work at really Wonka factor, I was much younger than and you hard cut to twenty years earlier same and he looks exactly the same. Right. Like, you're like he's exploring joke potential in this movie. Sure, which the later films he gets away from him actively working, what's the funniest choice. We make has lots of funny jokes the burn ward. The burn words really funny grandpa, Joe when he gives Charlie the extra money he's been saving their to false attempts at the bar before you finally gets it. He gives them the money and then falls asleep. I think that's a fun Filmer them cut sugar of grandpa Joe like falling asleep and then waking up with the candy bar in front of his face. All the stuff is good. They get to the factory wanna talk about this. He gets the bar. Yeah. He gets the bar wants to sell it. Yeah. And has other grandpa gives the speech. That's like they put more money every day. Yes. Don't only ever be five of these honestly is really stupid take the money like they clearly needed the money white broke. But I sort of a one in five shot at getting a factory, which they didn't know they were going to get a factory. That's a good point. It just thought they were gonna get lifetime shots weirdest thing about this movie. Is they never presented as a competition and when people parody in the chocolate factory. I think they make that up front short of the parody. Should we talk about Davidson again, we should why he played grandpa Joe twice. So he's he's no grandpa. But in both the book, and the film adaptations, it's just like he's going to let five people tore and only at the very end after sightings batch. It was a contest air, right? Basically, they gave up a bunch of money they need it. So he could look at a factory for a few hours a little tour. Like, all right. And I'll see imagine they can't know that the factory is as magical. It is. Although grip Joe did have a chocolate bursley a company with a lot of problems has factory towards you can book one, of course, eight hundred nest they bought the Wonka brand and have since shut it down there aren't Wonka bars. I because when the musical opened they couldn't sell walkable ours. Sure. Yeah. Leave. We've talked about this. Yeah. Factory tours. Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays. Yeah. Just go with the closest factory. Great question, and you have to sign an NDA and the factory. I by the way looks magnificent. That it's a white building Cosco, Costco, and weirdly enough children are murdered there as well. That's the only similarity at has with no children die. I do like that this film. They have that weird. Like walk out of the factory. Yeah. Make TV's my favorite part of that. Yes. Has factories in eighty different countries. The headquarters in Switzerland, though. Could go. What's go-? I think all the stuff. The beginning is good. I really want. This is what I want to get good more subtle sort of save the cat stuff. Like, this is why you care about this cash or I like that David Kelly's kind of demented. Yes. It has a weird anarchy energy as like, I don't know if this man is like losing his mind or non and then they get into the factory everyone's like outside and everyone remembers in the original that gene wilder did a whole bit, right? So instead, they just do a creepy Chuckie cheese willy Wonka song. On fire. This is the best thing ward. Ward. I guess it's linked to the burn ward. This it's really like that's my favorite thing in the movie the courtyard is like so grey leak. It's so cold outside the music comes very ominous where it was like he's been doing sort of twinkly Danial now just becomes very serious. There's so much wind up to them going through the gates gates closing behind them the mall walking in line. They're all meeting each other everyone's competitive, violet and Kosov have that like best friends forever thing cross their fingers, and you're like, where's this going in the history? Think just in the shitty thing is horrible like the puppets or discolored clear like son bleach. Maybe think of you because it's the kind of futuristic design you like fifty throwback kind of thing with the shitty wax. It's like a world's fair like a bad. It's I like thinking about willy Wonka like designing that break being like, this is good. Well, I like him also thinking, I don't know. This is what kids like, right? Such disdain for the people who would want to come to his factor. I highly recommend watching just like Chucky cheese animatronic videos, whether all failing on YouTube, really funny, and they're so terrifying. Here's a stuff melting. Here's the thing. I was thinking about recently E cheese has taken out all the robot bands. They don't have robot shows name more. Kids. Don't like robot shows. It's frightening. That's their pitch. They had bowling for soup. Right. A bunch of new Chucky cheese songs, and they tried to make tricky cheese. Like more like punk pop. And then they just took out all the robots so they have a walk around still sometimes they don't have the shows anymore and Rockefeller explosion has built this like online Colt following which was the original Trekkie cheese because documentary made about it people who have bought the machines, and they program them to modern songs. Sure. What a smart investment? It would be to buy one of those robot bands and get a bar in Brooklyn. And be like, here's our gimmick. It's like, yeah. It's like a fake took cheese for hipster for how many like bar Cade places. There are in all the major which which is just like here you go. It's like a club bar not a bar a club, but like a bar club popular songs and we've program the robot band to do them and. You can just sit and watch the robot band do like a Dell or whatever I don't want that I want that so badly to opinions don't want it want it so badly way in Email us or tweet tweet at us like professor PT drink a lot or something. And it's like you have your own robot band. You've Riskin them, right? The robots are there. But you come into learning. The IRS is after you. For this idea. The amount. You've sunk into it already. You're pitching this because you're already doing it. Right. Anyway, if you wanna go to fund me dot com. Griffin needs your money. All right. I think that the video is funny not the robot show, so fun, and it goes on for so long for too long catches on fire becomes even more disturbing because the chairlifts up the fireworks. Are there really is not there like where the fuck is? He's nickname. Burn and the camera pans across all of their terrified faces and he's just clapping. It's such a good entrance. It is. And he's got his weird glasses on. And he's like, oh, yeah. I don't know trying to sound like in this the whole time I was watching and I was trying to figure out who he sounds like. 'cause he's doing that sort of like weird children's entertainer thing. Sure where his diction is like to clean and to upbeat. And he sounds demented. And maniacal. And this part he's like trying to like feel appealing to kids. But he's reading of no Kurtz memory. He doesn't know their names Freddie's like practice all this. They set up the gag immediately that anytime Mike TV has any. Are really funny. Funny. Fucking things in this. That's not in anything else. That's not in the book or anything. No. And it just just decided not to hear what that. But the gimmick. Mike TV this. He's like a genius. He like has algorithm. Looked crack the code. Yeah. He figured out the shipping strategies, and like wind Vegas, Mike, should almost certainly actually be the winner. Or maybe like a Mike violet like Douro if Mike one he would just sell the fact immediately, right? He would be like he would run the numbers. He'd be like chocolate now. Come I get here? Yeah. I'm not doing this. The weird thing with his characterization this movie is your it feels like okay? So we know later on he had this moment of like mortality right kicking in right is his hair which made him realize. He should get an air. I don't know. What do you do find some kids, but he hates kids so much, and he has nothing other than this factory that he like wants the plan to fail like schema? He wants them all to die. I think so he can be like well, dad. No one else can run who's the whole point is like. Whenever they fall in the impetus to a song. Everyone's like that seemed plant and he's like what are you talking about? And there's that moment with Ruka salt where he can't find the key. Yeah. That's that's my favorite. Good Gallic is always someone lifting up a giant ring of keys, and there's too many keys is always funny. Do a couple of very pointed. Where like after she falls you see his very calm face. And then suddenly he finds the perfect yet. So I do think his plan is the mall or at least dispose of them. All right, right. You wanna prove the right? No one is up to the task. Right. But like I mean, we can go through this one by one. The first very quickly. They kill us. Very quickly. They go into the main area with the river. Right. A glue just taken down by wanting to each at all classic so easy. We get that a kid go to chocolate factory. That's going to be an issue is that weird probe that they keep on cutting to during above them. Yeah. And every time they do it. Just kind of like has ambient noise. Like is it all CGI? Well, I think the Senate Israel, but like the river must be fake, or at least the ROY Israel because they. Ruined like several incredibly expensive camera lens because they fell in the river. That was a big story when they were romping cameras and chocolate river they lost like three hundred fifty thousand dollars worth a hammer lenses. Very special. Great. It looks great. Yeah. I mean, this is like the best stuff in the factory because it's still practical one of the Furuya said is good. Yeah. That's a good every room. When one of the the TV room is goods, then what's the recovery with this? Squirrels are real to trade with. Good good. They were like super train them from birth. They were like we have to get forty scoring train them from bristle. All they know. How to do is? This gesture really aren't. If isn't the thing is like, squirrels are totally smart. They're only problem is that are obsessed with nuts, and and like all of their devoted to it. Like, we could probably get that could do other things the squirrel when it throws them away. That's GI. And when they all crawl on her that CGI every time they're checking the nets real score real fucking schools, which meant like I liked timber. Having the money to make this movie and being like, I'm going to do weird willy Wonka shit. I'm going to say like, the squirrels guess he's just like a massive scribble training a whip this girl's running in a circle. But like if Tim Burton had a mansion like this all the money in the world, he would lock himself in and be like, let's train some squirrels today in the same way that willy Wonka once creek cotton, candy sheep once broke into my mom's house, Terry. It's retired. Sleeping out time. Bleep it out. Leaping by tearing through the screen like, you know, on her window writing took a whole jar of Skippy. Closed a closed Jarve Skippy. Didn't know what to do. I guess panicked or something ran into her bedroom ripped the jar opened somehow which is impossible. I don't know. How a squirrel would not do non scripted open eight whatever it could. And then ran up and left this be Arner bedroom. Resin reliance Gibert one the forty squirrels in that room to be real the animals were trained everyday for ten weeks before filming commenced they began their coaching while newborns fed by bottles to form relationships with human trainers. The squirrels reach taught how to sit up little blue bar small tap and then open a walnut and deposits meet near a conveyor belt. That's incredible thing wasting everyone's time in the meta narrative to those squirrels now, they don't have to do anything else. What do they do? I don't know. They were sent for multi picture deals. They had sequel clauses. Shut Tim branches adopted them. All yeah. He probably dust, squirrel room. I just I love it's like it's like fucking fits corralled. Oh stuff where it's like Verna Herzog drove himself crazy trying to make a movie about someone driving themselves. Crazy. Chocolate river has two hundred thousand gallons of foam melted. Chocolate in it, and they had to get the right concoction where it was like loose enough that they could paddle through it. Because when it was thicker than the paddle wouldn't go through the chocolate. They lost camera lenses like all the shit. I love and then anytime there in the elevator. I'm like or in the boat when they're just like CGI goop land. Yeah. The chocolate looks terrible like whenever they're floating in it. It looks like CPI water. They've only kinda cracked I feel like in the last five years, and at this point it just looks like diarrhea the color is kind of weird to maybe it's from the bed made on the bed. There's a pipe the bottom of the bed that goes all the way. Factory. Anyway, what my point was Glueck taken down by his own great. Then they sing a song. The best song of the Olympics. I think all of them are bangers. Now, we I like make TV's the best. Mike TV's is the other competitor to me. Those are the best to I think the violet and of Ruka songs are just okay mic. TV one is the Rockwall. Yeah. I think no the Verka saw wants my favorite the weird like hippy dippy one. I like it when it's like high energy like them to be running around. Well, what about the? The chewing truing true. Yeah. That's pretty good. Actually. So mad about violet like they. Fuck her over so hard. Yes. She's great. Yes. She rolls and she's played by young Kerry as we wanted out. I'm sorry. Young Kerry care and Ben looks like he's in a coma right now. And what happens they take her to cease chewing gum? Yeah. She's like I wanna eat the chew chew. Shoe and fewer and rather than him being like definitely you're not allowed to do. It. Just like, oh, don't do that. Like, you're presenting her with chewing gum. I like that it's poison they make violet this like example of like like the American obsession with exceptionalism. Yeah. Mri pulse. Her weird robotic stage early wishes. She had been a star. Like she tries to point out her own baton Votto the joke. Right. Also like a pageant girl. Right, right. He's now force it onto her dog. But it's even funnier when the pageant she has is Jewish, but like goop glue is wants to eat too much chocolate. Okay. I'll admit it yet. He could maybe stop. Ruin handful of the river is enough to get that. It's a river of Mike TV's and asshole Ruka assaults Bryk. We're gonna get to. It has no Senate Rookus. She's bad. Bad. We all has no sense has poor impulse control. But it's one stick. First real mistake. She makes is not listening to Willie Wonka when he tells her to spit out the gum, but you've all a movie that it's you would want to get back to her main gum. Anyway, exactly. But like a ghost is falls in a river yet, you would be safe around rivers interest. Someone would should be very explicit like gum. I know. The gum normally is just gum. This one will swell you into a blueberry says everything, but that he does stay. There's a thing. We haven't worked. You're not gonna be other things like Veronica like don't like challenge. Squirrels in. They're like squirrel primers primacy TV s to be teleported. Like these are things. Children should not want. Right. She she just wants him. She eats candy. You're saying went to candy factory. But he's not to eat it. The songs are all the role doll songs there. There's a Lear IX are they say are. Yes. Yeah. Rollo gets lyrics by credit for this entire movie. They're all his songs, which I I don't know how you folks dealt with this when you were child, but I would always find it like very I feel a lot of stress when I got to a song portion of a book like this. We went into towel all of a sudden, it's like line breaks. And what's the to to sing miss where do I do know learner in low like, how do I like, you know, what what what's the sort of? What's the jam here? What's the beat basically my head? They all deflect quick quick and chance that's what I always think. Or they would be good of. come out like that. That'd be good. Just always imagine like shanties in my head like they'd just be kind of like shaggy shanties. And then they make this instrument like Danielle men is going to take the role dole lyrics. They're not gonna use the songs for the gene wilder from. They're gonna use the original song, and it was like. Okay. Cool. And then he just made the weirdest choice with every set of lyrics gone. He decided to reinterpret each one for different very specific John that was not the genre. Those lyrics were written to be sung by any stretch of imagination. He also turned him into going Bongo songs does all the vocals himself. That's what I was gonna say. The weird thing is the things the mo- himself in different voices. Right. The only thing that really bothers me about the songs is that the voice keeps changing. But I don't like these go bowling goes life, like his voice judges the greatest defensive ever heard mounted on the defense at the m saying it one of the weird, I accept this movie. I think I just struggle with all the deep Roy's being identical except that their voices. Sometimes high-pitched or load narrator. Geoffrey holder, one of them sounds like Jeffrey, hold it. No. It's one of those things where like, you know, Burton and elephant very close Claburn. The one falling out. They had was over nightmare for Christmas because he felt burned in fight hard enough for him to be the voice of Jack. So it's his singing, but not his speaking. And this feels like him being like, you'll let me do whatever. The fuck I want would be songs or whatever. Right. And then we're going to spread at the same time. I was really busy those songs. You can tell are like the work of someone who's putting more focus on something else. Yes. Didn't on another. Yeah. Bringing bring them in or whoever bring bring this door ringer in God look at this. It's a little IMP Olympia therapist. You mean like from the move there. That's in the movie, he just got rolled in class. Little fuck. You wanna say anything to life can be stressful between work family and everything between it's hard to find time for yourself. Can't he's gesturing go on real meet someone to talk to a person who can support us through rough patches or even the everyday ups and downs in life. 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You're paying him one million dollars. Eap ROY also wanted the Augusta scoop song to be like a Bollywood number. He's jested that himself. Yeah. And then yes, we've got Ruka salts kinda like a sixties pop thing. Violets like a funk song, I guess. Let's say doing chewing, and they're up in my TV's, like, you know, a hair metal kind of thing. Yes. That's right. Performances are so good any time. It's a bunch of balloon is on the screen. You can choose to focus on any one. And he's giving a distinct specific performance on that beluga, you think about how much time he had to spend in like a green screen space. Imagine the parents leaving the factory. Yeah. Going to the press being like what happened in there? And then being like, well, our children were won by. Systematically. Right. Attacked exactly. And then every time it happened rather than them dealy who who factory workers assemble and saying joyously of what had just happened. This is why Charlie chocolate factory became so big culturally, and in the movie dolls crazy. But also like it birth a thousand sketches and stand up routines and even Barham conversations. Here's my fucking question. Why didn't they just do this? But here's. The other thing I think it's also like every kids like I har- movie where it's like the learning that sort of thing of like every death is inventive and different. And all does sort of have that slasher movie structure in their scenes are directly leading to deaths. It's the thirteenth where it's like, oh, the kids are fucking someone's gonna get murdered. And how's he gonna murder him? This. You know, I do think that's the thing. Kids like about he leans into it hard. Here course, they directly imply that one has planned all of this total when they say, well, how did they know to put his name in the songs that's rehearsed and choreographed as like improv it's a parlor trick, which is funny. Twenty sim from that is Hugh Roe same here. I got you guys talked willy Wonka never made, Lloyd. Let's call back. I had to make that trip before David went to the bathroom. So where where do you stand? At this point in the movie like what are you liking? What are you disliking? I enjoy basically the entire thing in factory. I like the way the factory looks. And I also hate the children. So it's great to watch bad things happen to them. And the only thing I don't like too much Johnny Depp's performance like all the obvious Michael Jackson's because like does this like we might be of him. And it's so weird thing. Yeah. Have you watched leaving Neverland? Okay. So I watched it. And then I went down a really ill informed. Rabbit hole of watching old. Michael Jackson interviews, which now just feel so fucking creepy. They feel like like FREDDY Krueger doing Letterman or something and like making jokes about like, why would I murder kids? I love it when they show up in my nightmare. I don't ever wanna watch. No, they're terrible. So I definitely got creeped out watching Depp. In this relieved that he hates children like feeling. Oh, real palpable sense of physical relief. Every time he pushed a kid away. But this kind of makes more. I don't even know if I want to open this box. I would say, no. Yeah. There was like the public like defense of Jackson that was accepted where it's like. Well, he never childhood. So all this weird stuff is just because he never had a childhood like he didn't develop properly, and I watched this movie, and I'm like this movie's Bogue nuts banana shit. But I am more readily believe that someone would turn out this way if they didn't have a childhood. Yeah. The way they set up Willie Wonka make sense, right? That he would like surround himself with the thing. He didn't get to do as a kid, but be a total Misanthrope. Yeah. As opposed to the way that he. Because he didn't have like childhood distrust, kids N parents. Yeah. Right. Well, who doesn't district panting? I also see it as like, yes. Michael Jackson didn't have a childhood. It's the genius rule where I feel like when people like ascend to certain level, right? And we like consider them geniuses. They have mastered their works of our right? They get away with being bad to their family like cheating on their significant other. I feel like that. So Michael Jackson. I feel like it was just more. Like, we just all accepted it as a society. John Michael say giant, Michael Jackson has the same like Roman Polanski like full flush where it's like, oh, he did really fucked up things and also really fucked up things happen to him. And he made great art. Right. So people are like, well, I don't know. What can you say? How would you process these talking really while over the town, right? That's what I liked his. This is what her town. He closed the fat loss. He replace them with. I like that. They don't treat created some jobs. Right. Good. Yeah. And save like a whole jungle colony that's being besieged. Fires like the town gave jobs immigrants, which I support. Okay, tables turned on your turned heart. So I guess what? I'm trying to say, hey, messy way do hymns. Come on at hard. If I got it going to the bathroom or no. The doors this movie is we're talking about like, the genius exception kind of thing. Right. That like all this. Michael Jackson conversation is circling around that like, you know, he was a genius where it was like. Oh, well, he's right. There's just is a reason for this. And that's why. Right. So it's like a two pronged thing where it's like people don't want to believe that someone's capable of doing such awful things such as sending kids down four attempted murders. Right. No. I know. No, the kids die, right? But I think you could go to court and be like four attempted. He's not with a factory that is right. And he's like, it's kind of rube Goldberg thing where he's he didn't do any right? He's plan. This like didn't you have full musical numbers in the chamber ready to go at all my points, find sheet music, and he's like fuck, dammit demos. Are clearly scratch tracks. Like you've been working these. I don't know. What does are you Phil spector into produce them? I've never met the guy. Do you try like all the Bloomberg is a class action? Or is it just one? Mona blame if they have the songs like they drill. You. He can clinic. Maybe he's smart in that way that he just. Layers of protection. Do anything struggle to find his keys, right? The point. I mission sent him to the Hague the point I'm making s I liked this movie. Like this movie, I do, but because this movie doesn't try to build a genius roll around willy Wonka. There's the sense of like Charlie's, really. Sort of intrigued by him because he lives so close because his grandpa worked there because it's this mystery the other kids don't seem to give a shit about Willie Wonka. They look of winning and they like the idea the factory, and it doesn't feel like anyone's excusing Wonka. The only person in the world who seems to like idolize Wonka other than Charlie is his father keeps all the clippings in the water version. There's this mythology even though they haven't seen him in. So long of like, this is the greatest man in the world, the Candyman can he exist just to make children happy, which is the Michael Jackson bullshit of we couldn't afford us otaly. He loves peace on earth. And this is this is this weird guy. No one knows what's going on with him. And then when they meet him, he's an asshole to them and he tries to kill them. All and the whole time. They're like, I don't know what the fuck is up with this guy. Like, they are not charmed by him at all. He is not charmed by them. It feels like he wants the tour to me overdosing. It's good to add the thing where like the end of the book. It's like you one. You get the factory now chose great. Right here. Fook balance. You don't seem so good. You seem. Right. You can't bring your family with you. And it's like, well, then what I end up like you weirdo. With prince valiant haircut. Good. Look I'd like this movie is like a guy who's like look at me. I turned out fine. I'm centric. And like, no, you're not. Okay. We don't like you. And it's also sort of like, no chocolate is this behavior. Only accomplishment is being the last one alive. Right. You could keep taking him into rooms writing. If they kill him. I mean, you could do this forever. This is like a weird rebuke to the genius exception. Also, all the stuff he's made recently, breezy bad right there like it's convoluted. He's wasting tons of money, and like Aren d like time and energy on shit that no one wants to fucking eat gone. I like goal of. I think this is a good take. And I think people didn't like it when it came out because they were like, oh they've ruined willy Wonka. The original was so pure like, but it's fucked up if you look at it. That's why everyone always comedy routines about it. And this movie is like we're gonna make a blue. But how it's fucked up. Yeah. Accept them this movie's really his dad just like gave me pound back you'd be fine. I mean, look, it's a little Lisi. It's a little neat. Saying if you wanted to be wrestling with this at a like, hey, these geniuses are not so great. And then Charlie's what's up with you? And he's like, I don't know dad was kind of stretch of life. Even that much of a jerk. Only candy candy. Time. You have crazy brace. Gone gone. I agree with that. Look they tie the below. But it's the idea that it's like he needed to connect to other people, which they make that leap, and it's a pretty big leap. He's connected to the polling booths. I mean, they're not great conversationalist. They're great performance. I do love the jungle exploration seen. I just like this idea of willy Wonka like traveling around the world with like a machete. Yeah. That could be the prequel willy Wonka origins with a machete. Okay. So violate you're upset that she gets taken down. She get such should win. She's good. She's good. They tried to do this practically apparently, look terrifying. So they did the CGI minutes. Right. Because this is a little wonky and not Wonka. Oh, just remember. We'd never pointed out the TV kid dad is like perfect. Yeah. Oh, he plays it so going favorites. Terrible comb over rape British the he's just like he just is. So like the dad who is not disciplined his kit. I believe he is one of the giants in. Yeah. He is. But I've all the parents. He's the one that's stays in my mind him. Missy Paula really strong. What what's his name? He's prosekey. Good to classic English guy. Right wish. Indika Gus mom is like a similar sort of classic German woman frenzy Scutt throug ner by look they found a real German kid the kid is dubbing for the German. I of this movie. It's great English the second Lynnwood. But but. This feels like an area, especially if you're timber you get to make a hundred and fifty million dollar, Charlie and the chocolate factory movie after joined a big movie star where like there, if you go on the Wikipedia, they have all these like other actors were considered for the part for every part because you can see the Warner Brothers would have been like why isn't Anthony Hopkins grandpa? Joe sure like why isn't all of wire all the parents big movie stars? And I like that he just like hired like good actors. It's like he got good theater actors. He got like, you know, not not very famous people to play all the grownups in the film shot. It owning land. Right. I mean, how cars the other big name this movie? It's because she is the mother to his children at this time. It took six months to shoot. Yeah. Because British child actor lost. She's always the mother of his children. Yes, she you're right. She will forever. Be the mother of children. That's a good point. I mess book. They have two children. They have to children, but they're not together anymore. They're not together when they were together. There were all those things where it's like other houses are separate. There's a tunnel underneath connecting which I love I think that's an ideal situation been thinking about that a lot too. I'm like, maybe that's how I wanna get their bats. Yeah. And you're like we live together. But also like we're weird people, and we probably need around space. Right. Maybe they can have like like shoots communicate. Like, what do they call those time, you shoot? Yes. Yes. Yeah. It sounds nice them living in the English countryside to or nut has this weird little gothic manner, and she's got her quaint crooked. Charlie bucket live in the countryside lived in Hampton. I remember where they literally you ever go there. No, my friends. My friend's mom was her agent. What? Yeah. Yeah. So I knew I knew of their place benign one. Do you think at like this period of time homebuyer Carter's agent like halls? Hey, so good news. We got an offer for film for you. It's Charlie and the chocolate factory so timber attach today. Like every time there's a new timber film. She calls her formal they weren't there. Read for this dark shadow. -magine? Tim Burton being to to like ask his life common wife to you mean coming law. I left out his exceptional married. A commoner his exceptional common-law wife. I left out the worst word to leave. I can imagine him not having the courage to be like Honey, would you be in this movie? If you called him a called her his law wife has all the words, you could try a life would make more sense. That's kind of like your doctor jacket. Hey, h c it's friend calling. So we got an offer to go on tape for what is it? Mrs Lovett in Sweeney. Todd really hot project timber is attached. Like, I just think that's probably how it happened for her. That's funny. Really ever total tunnel. It was like some kind of connection. There was yet because they were separate properties on the same land. What if that is how relationships always work that was just the social norm? You guys. Are you guys are together? But you live all the way across town. It's going to be a big tunnel over. It's like. Yeah. The poor development guys have to be like an we'll figure it out. I don't know what. Good personal space. You know? Rick assault with the squirrels. We talked about this a lot this rules. I love because. The not too great. You love Rookus like not as like a cactus. Like, I love that. She's like such a psycho bitch basis, she she's pretty bad. Yes. Great this one. I mean, she looks maniacal. She looks really good. The wilder Verka salt is kind of more of a brat this child feels like a sociopath, right? Because she won't listen. I like whenever he tries to reason with her. It was like you already have all this stuff. And she like she dials up to like full psycho mode. Right. She feels like she's going to murder her pants. Yeah. She feels like she's going to want to go from a pet. Just like, I'm gonna do an experiment on it. Maybe she's Vira. She's going in. The Addams family values. Yeah. Or it's like if you cross her once she sets the whole house on fire. Yeah. Yeah. But I do like like Rijn having a kid, and it turned out to be like a good son situation. That would be rough no one talks about that enough. Your kid having asthma or an allergy or something. But what if they were calling Kokin in the good sense? It sounds like you need to talk about Kevin. 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Makes it creates the comedic game of the people being like, why are they singing, right? Sure. Because we already have three musical before. They get to the factor. You're like, well, the bloombert's are saying because it's a musical. That's like the device of the move in. But in this every single time the reaction shots are so good to me. Like what the fuck am. I watching funereal March thing like every time a kid like get sucked into the whole like falls down the shooter gets rolled away, or whatever they all. Like, they play this very ominous like, Danny elfin sleepy music. Why didn't anyone just leave after two Greek with Hollywood have failed? Right. Like, you're just your policy with this kid is to suck them into a tube. Can we go? Great singing, like, no, I can't deal with this. Pilot. You like seeing hating me so much movies. Okay faded. You. Don't think the Trump. The factor is kind of like fest. A little like fess all these balloon packs like fast. I don't know. I don't think many children have died at. Yeah. I mean, if you you told me kid like drowned at a motel PU something that'd be like sure something happened. If you told me that a kid at fast got attacked by squirrels. I would squirrels those things are on bat, Saul. He's only kid fast turn into a blueberry and got rolled away by ROY believe it. Yeah. I would love that. Actually, it was just I don't know the singing just can't deal with deep. Roy does sound like the name of a ban that would play it fest. Yeah. Debroy it's way there's not a ban by right and their logo is like a guy falling into a pit his deep. Roy who knows his deep ROY bring up to your. It's just Star Trek. That's really it. Oh, he's king. Stor. Keen Zor kimes, very close. You're looking at a computer. Let's make it clear. You're writing me. I know Qian's name excuse me, stirs. What if that's my name for him, though, she'd, sir? Yes, he's great start especially in the first one when he goes like this. Member. He's a great physical comedian. Yeah. Yeah. When when Scotty beams away, he's I just think people don't like comprehend the quantity of acting. He had to he had to do every single one. Right. Like, they're not doubling it up at. All. Right. No. 'cause they're distinct performances there's so much to do. And that's he was interacted with the people the least in a movie that otherwise everyone's in scenes with other people. Whether in a practical said are in green screen elevator land, you're actually like with other people, and he probably just had to spend weeks with temporaries cool. And now this medic impo number twelve this one is checking the charts, you know, rapist medic thirteen he's like flicking his finger against the syringe. Sure. That fucking bit is so good the puppet burn were joke. I also like that the great glass elevators in this. I don't like that has rockets though, don't like that. I think it's in the books. They're like how is this thing outside, and he's like skyhooks, and you're like what you know. It's like one of those great like willy Wonka moments says some crazy stuff. I should like propellers propellers be fine propeller. That'd be a little more Burton rockets. Feel little two thousand five to me. Yes. Mike TV gets a turned into media. He gets turned into content. We all do willy Wonka big ploy to turn chocolate into content. There are a lot of good gags in that whole sequence like deep ROY sort of leaning over to look at the TV 'cause they're blocking and stuff like that. Yeah. And I like that we are hermetic room pupa. So weird. So weird. But that's what I like. I like the unease of them being like who are malevolent like he's like, no course there from the loop tribe and Mike TV's dab is like I teach geography, and we'll just interrupt somebody. He's like, so then, you know, very, well what I'm talking about. Right. I just like how sinister all of this. And it doesn't feel like like twisted for twisted sake. Feels like he's digging into all the things that people make jokes about sure. And being let's own how fucked up this entire pressure. And then the movie ends he Charlie rejects him. And he's like, oh, it's really about my dad, and you meet Christopher we're gonna flashbacks throughout the movie, the I'm not a little while running greens. What's his father's name will oh the fathers mothers, I think lily is William Lanka. Yeah. Young William onc who loves nothing more than candy. Maybe my favorite joke in the movie is when he runs away from home to see the sights of the world, and he does his little Martian front. Gag. That's I mean, that's like you like fucking bird and coming up with jokes and gags again, John August wrote this. We should also give him credit. This August script and August had never seen the movie love the book. Freddie Highmore never seen the movie love the book Burton didn't like the movie. And he said to them like don't watch the movie, we're making her own thing. We're going off the book, which I think you feel in this movie less of an effort to be like we have to make this different from the original. I guess the plot is so prescribed in the book, and it's the same in all of them. It's you know, it's very episode. Now, let's meet the kids, let's do all their deaths. No, thanks tends to work best in a somewhat episode realm. This is a thing I've sort of been realizing while rewatching movies. I read an interview with Dana waters screenwriter Batman returns and Burton had asked for him. So he went into pitch one brothers. And he read the script the same Hamid written. And he said, this makes no sense. This is so Plotti, and if you've seen a timber movie, and you're smart, you should be able to tell at this point that he doesn't give a shit about plot. Yeah. So I wanna put a bunch of stuff in there because he likes events he likes ideas, set pieces. You know, like, you can have the thing thematically. Oh, make sense. What you're saying? Right. And so key wrote Batman returns like a series of concepts which like Emily argued is like that movies disjointed. And I argue the film work's because all those concepts are all tied together medically really won't get is like kind of purpose. Guin to adopt. Yes. But here's a little overlap. But if he's going to take in some, you know, someone else wins Windsor cousins of the lupus, it would be funny. If this movie ended with the penguins marching dead willy Wonka into the chocolate river, guess that'd be good. What's the failing Allison wonderland that? He was like so many. But that's also episode though, what I'm saying said all his interviews. I wanted to make it less episode. I always felt like also on that Travis stronger narrative and the narrative is a bowl of dog area that you don't give a fuck about. And you. Right. Right. Right. You're right. You hate this. We're gonna get into it in a week or two. When is this? Slippy hall beyond. Sway sweetie. But but he's best when it's like merger tax cutting between like different things builders does not have a super pulse of plot. Peewee is like a road trip movie. Like when he's in this zone of just like events. One is a good fit. It's we'll house. That's even it would is like, yeah. The only thing the only mistake, I think he makes that you kind of lose sight of Charlie grandpa, Joe in this film. I don't think they have to be as centralized the gene wilder movie that though 'cause I like that he's always background. So that's why he doesn't get in tiny Kabo. That's kind of a lesson of this movie for just take these. If you don't do anything, you'll be fine. Right. Like the running. I support being lazy though. Movie ads in the bubble soda where they float fuck that role. Doll hated sucks. They're also like every time they go into a room like, Charlie and grandpa Joe Goff into a corner and like do color commentary on everything else a tap inning. And this once enters it becomes one of movie where you're just on this weird tore with this guy. You don't understand who makes so little sense in so prickly except for these little flashbacks which are filling in what's pretty obvious from the first time the first one. Yeah. You see the headgear? You Chris release the data's is really good. Casting course, no objection their love Christly. Bring him in anytime. Tim Burton loves Christly and Vincent Price. Right. Knee Caspian, some price and his early movies Scissorhands. Right. And then Christopher Lee he puts sleepy hollow Chris release old at that point in time. I bet he's probably like, well, this is the one chance gets worked with Christopher Lee. And Chris really at a nowhere becomes like America's favorite ninety year old movie star name that he can put an all his nutrients leap home. This. He made a two Star Wars or two star lords and everyone's like all in on Christopher Lee now. So now, it's like and Christopher Lee as Wilbur Lunka DDS. Did you hear that? Dwayne Johnson was Burton's second choice for this. Which would have been good for DEP to be clear. Not for the. He wasn't as big in two thousand. It's the beginning of his. Physically. He also right was actually less insane. Nineteen Dwayne Johnson would be so terrifying. Children. But that was all very good. You read all of Burton's weird casting ideas. And it was either the actors he's worked with before and loved people who are obviously and his wheelhouse. And then his second choice would always be a weird energy choice like him wanting Sammy Davis junior for Beetlejuice. Where's like, I don't know? He's kind of like a Wheeler dealer. Showman pick his Henry Rollins Henry. Tortured do good monologues. Tents doesn't like kids. You roll you guys have all seen that video. Where Henry Rollins is. Like, what was it was for like his show or something where he's a record on DVD? Always show. I've not for some reason not surprise. Exactly. You're your big Henri Paul and show fan, right? Right. Very clearly like he was on visor show. Right. Was he on the Paul Ryan leaf so? Yeah. He's in bad favorites. You guess my favorite? Yeah. No. Wait. I think it aired like fit for right? When win when the mad about you revival. Your on spectrum originals, the Paul Reiser show going to air with it or next after revive again. All it was like the everyone wanted the mad about you revival. But riser insisted that it was packaged with the Paul Reiser show. Yes. Which also had like Andy daily image it. Yes. What I was gonna say one. There's I believe it's a Henry Rollins show clip in which he goes to a record store with like a humanitarian like writer, and he's showing her what America's like and some kids in the record store yell. Hey, get in the van, and he like turns his head to shoot them daggers. And then his like walks up to them. And it's like what what what she idea you make fun of the old guy because you're so turned on your show hip what you make fun of the old guy trust fund babies, and he just viscera these like two kids but his head turn to. Hey, man. Getting van is the funniest thing on the entire internet. I recommend that everyone. Go find this doesn't even sound like it would being mean to him. Tonight of his books. Yeah. Right. Like when he was traveling with lifelike. And then he's very I know you his very signed to this woman with he's like you have to understand. It's that's the title of a book. I wrote it's very popular. People are big fans of it. I actually won several awards for it. So if someone says that to me, they're mocking me. So he like exp- he brags about how well known the thing is and then gets like violently angry at someone for calling him that he rules deserting during. Yeah. No objection. I two thousand five looking to the rocks mammography. Southland tales the raw masonry. This year's is. Cool and doom. But you get the sense of that thing they saw on theaters force. There's something kind of. Point in time with how big the rock is. And how hard he's trying to be like friendly and approachable. This was before he figured his thing out, and he was sort of moving out of action films into family movies. And it was like this big guy who's trying to be very sensible. He's now at the size the short Snegur's type size where it's like. He's in a movie has to be addressed yet. Yeah. Or you just don't address it. But it's weird. Right. Right. Yes. I agree with now. He is now he's that's where you're like, you can't pretend to look this, man. Right. Was in the military for a long time. Sippy said else. People would be like, what's this guy's deal? Right. With of your body shoulder to shoulder is more than your. Like once you have that sort of access fight going on like he probably has to have specially designed like showers and right like things like in his house now. Right, right. And he can't like clear a door frame without like turning sideways. No every doorway and join Johnson's house shape leg Dwayne Johnson. It looks like he just like Bugs Bunny through always coil. It is to squirrel six fine. Well, he's so tall misspend soak toilet as what the squirrel thing in this. Yes. Three comedy. And he does have squirrels evaluators poop. Right. And he does those like big like his cheat day is like eighty pancakes and tequila is that what he does you've been talking about his tequila. He suddenly you. AM is really great. When he's on his sheet is chilies. Also, he's all about to kill an because clearly launching tequila brand he wants to make that George Clooney money. So now, he's like only my closest collaborators are invited into the tequila circle. And it'll be like a picture of him. And like, you know, San Andreas director Brad Peyton doing tequila shots. I mean, if the killer factory got five kids at twit amazing, a pretty good movie. We. Damn it. That would probably be a gentleman six. Well, congratulations. You just made three million dollars with God. I was gonna make a joke about the rock asp Brad Peyton a drink poison. Would he do it? Now, I can't even like fifteen days to pitch this before this episode comes out and he's feeding frenzy. This won't be the biggest spec sale in history. Tie with the launch of his Breyer. You fucking kidding me? This is buyers. All three so and so many drunk children. Yeah. That's where we're headed. Yeah. Society seven bucks productions will pay you seven billion dollars for this concept because they'll be like Quaker Oats financing the movie to launch the candy bar. He's taken out patents for his tequila. But he hasn't launched it yet. He needs a good movie to lunch kit. He needs he needs some sort of shape that the bottle can be him. And he's trying to find that. Right. It's definitely being a shape of his body. It's a lot of tequila. Scam wants to scale. Just one one one just to pick a crystal peck. It would be great. If like, Michael Jordan Cologne the silhouette of his head. Yeah. Right. Head and his neck or distinctive enough. Now, you know, I would agree. He's bald. Yeah. Did you see we were talking about funny with my family? But you didn't see I can't believe don't see that. It's not like pilots. You're not a page. I'm not okay. Because I was I was asking pilot like about page because the movie kind of fails to tell you what pages ring persona was less. Sure. But she had like a very quick sort of rise. And then several injuries and is now retired. Right. So is pretty fast. Yeah. Yeah. It was just sake being finished and yelling. This is my house and weighing like autumn outfits, which is actually pretty good. Sounds good. This is my house English slick, I'm like science and delivered. Why would you care about? The box office game. And this is anything else. You want to say in the movies? Nice. I mean, it is a little too Pat in terms of solving everything. Yeah. Problem. I do like that. He is still kind of standoffish when he comes into the house, but it's like trying to. Yeah. No. I like it. Where did they move the house into the factory? I like that. I like that. Shakers cool. It's just. Oy. Reveal is great. Yes. Yes. That is a major freeholder. A great voice that up. Don't like when Charley shining shoes upsets me that. He's got to work job. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It's a little thing that I hated about watching it as a gave up candy lint. And then I watch this. Bad. I came view did that pileup. That's a bold considering that you don't eat a lot of foods crazy that you gave up. One of the food your food pyramid is only like three squares and one of them is and I also don't drink caffeine anymore. What are you consuming right now? What what are you eating in drinking these days water to water bottles in front of you? Yeah. He'll too often put sugar in water. Okay. So it's basically Kool-Aid for. That's about it. You just drinking sugar water? Pilot is looking a little cockroach. I don't matter phrases, you kind of look there's a cockroach shoved in your skin tweeted, it's not hitting perfectly. But the greatest moment in my favorite, my favorite movie men in black. I mean, I don't know top ten to five movies as you're moving into the top ten in the top my favorite moment in the perfect movie. When buck is when Tommy Lee Jones says let her go shitter while he's pointing a gun at Vincent's and Will Smith just gives him this look like Jesus like and it's not brought up again. So I think I let go shit eater. I can tell the story because he told it publicly. Okay. George Lucas show show. I do a monthly basis at UC Beefeater that show. I'm sorry show that my good friend Watteau does with his good friend, George Lucas that neither I nor Coloradans have no involvement. Ed solomon. Minim buckle writer, man, black and Bill and Ted's. Excellent. Venture was on the show recently. And he said that when Tommy Lee Jones signed onto the film and Will Smith came on much later. They were struggling to find someone to play the Will Smith part. They wanted David Schwimmer. And then it was like. Craze eight Razi, right? No one wanted Will Smith. And then it was it was one of those things we're like then talk me into Wilson because Schwimmer's still at the top of the pyramid here. And then like independence came out when they were about to start, and they convince Will Smith to do I think we'll Smith was kind of like another alien movie. Right. Tommy Lee Jones had been on board for a while. And they were like, oh, this is great. Like, he's a perfect casting. He must love the script. And he asked at Telemann, I'm forgetting his writing partners name to go out to dinner with him. And they were like great. He's gonna wanna like talk script with us. And he sits down, and he's like, so the script doesn't work, and they were like, what are you talking about? And he's like either it's a comedy or scifi film. Right. It can't be both. You have to choose one asshole. Wow. And Tommy Lee Jones various him you have to choose asshole. They're like, what are you doing? We didn't choose. And they were like what did Tommy Lee Jones do and they were like he was really angry for the first month of filming. And then he finally kind of conceded that maybe it was working. A common. It's a great comedy. But his total seriousness is crucial. We talk about this all the time that Tommy Lee Jones can't give a bad performance because of he's locked in. He's giving a really smart performance of grumpy man, and if he hates the movie than he's just naturally being grumpy, right USA, and that was that's on our I believe our kept America, patriot a rocking. The he can't be tricky for the house. I rocked my entire couch to show much rock out. In america. And we're like he seemed. I agree relief the performance he hates owning on the. Could he hate it? When he's good. And it's like his like open contempt for the project. He's working on re good, right? Exactly where he's fuck this. Yeah. But in Minin Bucky is so many one liners such as let her go shit eater. But also like the thing where he's like see this is going to be the new CD's. I'm gonna have to buy the white album again, which is like a really weird funny line and tosses off totally flat. Mama's like joking around with the the worms at the coffee counters. And he's just like totally totally like what's the word? It's not monotone. All it's gonna keep talking. He's sort of like off the cuff loose off hand. I guess. Yeah. A matter of fact, matter of fact that sort of stuff, but I wonder if it was just like the first three weeks, we're awash where they could only get him delivering perfunctory dialogue or and thankfully, those things edit across the films don't who is calls him either, Mr. whiter, Mr. black. This is my partner Mr. black, and we'll Smith always gives him. A look that movies perfect. Oh, it's a perfect perfect. I love it. I love most Smith movies. Also Smith would have been a great Willie Walker. Oh, he would have been great not a bad idea because this is like. This is this is the senior would have been good. This is the same years hitches like a Valentine's Day, just so haven't seen hitching awhile. Really good Mendez. Even Mendez is hitched the best romantic comedy of that deck is hitch. The best film of all time. Absolutely. I don't think hitches the best friends of that decade. I'm gonna pump the brakes on. Okay. Well, I think it is. I think all right. Battlid on Smith movie of that year of two thousand five I think pursuit of happiness might also be. Bad gets an Oscar non what about the fact that he does the rubik's cube really fast and the car, and that's why he gets the job. Nagy layer chicks. Pretty sure the following pretty sure. One of those once a year event guy always make a hundred million that was he was like Tom Cruise pumping twenty one hundred billion films in a row or note. Donna. The longest his he was interrupted by the Ali Agra Vance back toback, those two bombs. Yeah. Even bomb Bagger Vance bomb. I'll he just like underwhelmed relative to cost a lot of money. We're never gonna talk about this. Whatever cares hitch rules. I remember when I was in high school and a couple of us were writing different top ten of the year list for the movies of the year. Or a guy told me that he was putting hit at his number one. And I was like, wow, I respect that. Like that's like actually hitch number one. No guy did. Okay. Number women's the fucking new world. Sure. Right. But I was so much better. Not. Hich is very close. Sure. Hich is not so much better. It's a little better. I love the new world. But he was like, I'm putting hitches my number one movie. And I was like, well, I kind of like I respect that. And then he was like, I was joking. But I had really thought through it. And I was like, you know, what not a conventional no one's putting on their list. But like you do have to kind of like game recognize game. Like hich fucks hitches. We'll talk about that. When we do our Andy Tennant miniseries we'll could pull all right number one of the box office. It's July fifteenth two thousand and five it's Charlie. And it makes fifty five million six unbelievable. It's a big hit. And I remember this very vividly because it thrown my most hated movie of this year. Go ahead number three. It's number three. So it dipped all the way down. There was another big open this week. Okay. So number three is the fantastic four which had inexplicably open to over fifty million dollars that weekend before I was convinced that movie was gonna bomb, and it did we fucking one hundred million dollars in to hate that, you know, Mike. No, it's my least favorite of the four fantastic for number two. Other pick release. Yeah. Is a comedy. It's a comedy. Oh, is it wedding crasher? Yes. Right. Because. All right describe wedding. No because Charlie out gross. It the first weekend and then wedding crashers moves up to number one in the following weekend. It doesn't three becomes baby. Let's see I believe we can. Yes, we can three games up there. And it ends up making more in total than Charlie. That's saying insane such kit and movie sucks, farts. How do you feel about winning creches pilot? I have only seen it the ones which I was like when it came out. And I'm sure I loved it. And I'm right off. I watched it. Now hate it. Sounds right is because most movies in two thousand five had I remember I saw in theatres whenever came up because three dead now that was funny, and I really liked Rachel mcadams. She's very good so charming and very where it was cinema. Where you're like she the next. Julia Roberts like wait a second. Like have we been sitting on something here? This was her crazy legs year after mean, girls like, whoa. And no because it was mean girls notebook or two thousand four and two thousand five. He has wedding crashers red. I lover family stone. She's really good as well. But she's really good course. Movie I've seen at least fifty per washable. It's very ever enjoyed it. But I've seen it enjoyed the scene where Parker points at her skin to indicate a black person and the whole family, basically, puts her untried. Try. That's a good scene. It's one of those hostile movies ever. Oh, sorry for that movie. Mississippi burning except at Christmas time, it's also a wife sopping movie going on. Everyone's just so casual about it too. Okay. Fine except this now. Orig- mccolm rules that everyone thought she was gonna become Julia Roberts, and then she disappears for two years and comes back with the lucky ones and time travelers wife, which is like asleep bravery shooting a yeah. No, she takes her while they fail to capitalize. It's true. Felt like did. She miss her moment. I feel like she's gotten back into a good pocket. The last five years you got Oscar nominations ain't God. She's so good lover. She rolls chip on for the hot chick. She's really good. And that sure. Yeah. Right. Shiner movies? Really good number four is a film. We talked about on this podcast. Number four is fun. We talked on this is it of the world. It's time. You're getting them. Vividly to I've seen so many of these in theaters this in two thousand five. We were all like in that we're gonna do, you know, also own late from Iraq? There you go when you're at this level better movie to get from a war has Warren the title than Charlie and the chocolate factory. I knew I what was the other one. Did your dad like autograph? Finding Neverland did your dad autograph the and say like from one to another no semi weird. Yeah. We're moving. That'd be weird. You think you think that would be? War of the worlds movie with an unsatisfying ending. Yeah. What shea de loves? Yeah. Number five is another move talked about on this us that I saw many times in theaters against. This is a big summer. You've also got Mr. MRs Smith. I saw that theaters. Yeah. Got dark water Darcus water. There is too wet horror movie. Is that Jennifer Connelly? That's right. Jennifer Connelly in a haunted water tower. Is that like bootleg? Let's keep going. How many of these Herbie fully loaded? Two thousand seven I like God. I just I just love thinking about the Disney pitch meeting with their like, it's a reference to her boobs and the guy's like. Yeah. But then they digitally trim them down. Yeah. Because the parents were freaking out of the advertising watch that yesterday because I came up on hill after in it. Edens in Keaton's has really good that movie's not have you seen documentary now this year. Yes. Keaton's really good in the batch valley. Those two I watched the show and I watched the marina Brown on. What was like I say, I'm probably in barris there. But antelope sin who directed her before loaded Robinson. The director professor Marston in the wonder woman rain, directed Deb's, which is a very fun movie. Deb's rule seminal. She got her before we loaded off of Deb's because she started gang Jerrell means. And she's like I wanna make a Disney movie like what I'd love to do is make a Herbie movie that'd be would have been so much better. If it was so much. Yes. So Deb's is very gay. It's a very fun movie. She was NYU graduate. My father works at NYU. So she was like a big point of pride student at that point in time where it's like, look she made this like indie gay comedy. And now, she's making a huge Disney film. Right. Facade so long. Sorry. It's funny. No code. I like it Romley is like, you know, six or seven at this point in Romo. Yes. So my dad takes her to see her before we loaded which is amped to see because he's all it on low hand at this point, sir. But they end up missing the first ten minutes of the movie if not more because it was the the day of gay pride pre. Okay. Okay. So you mean, just a traffic issue or my parents lived right on Fifth Avenue or hard to get around. Even just walking crossing the street to get to the theatre families, not very punctual. You might not believe that. So they were late and they missed the beginning of the movie and. Romley at a young age trying to process thing right announced. I hate gay people. For costing the first ten minutes. Herbie fully loaded a very serious. Six or seven year old like I hate gay people, and we had to sit her down and be like, no, right? The director of the film is gay. So you would not even have this move. That's how you just taught her like bring it full circle. That's how we tolerance and Peter fairly has optioned the rights to make that into next move. That's kind of a good story. Kind of better stories you've ever told. Actually, doing them. Did right right. What are you seeing? What are you seeing? I missed my movie I wanna see wins. He wo hand. Yes. And then and then we were like, you know, director we got we're done, and and of the movie Bromley invites Angela Robinson over for dinner and the whole family cheers on Christmas Eve green book. Anything else in the box office bewitched away. Madagascar? I'm looking for bootlegs here. Martina penguins have Madagascar. I did not rebound with Martin Lawrence. Yeah. He's like a best. Yeah. Don't say. No. But I loved them. I guess. Longest yard have crash. Me, and you and everyone we know that must have been boo. July spare. Boy, I spent a I just got back from like a week in LA law. I was in LA La Land. And here's a thing. I just had this thought I was in the back of a lift. And I thought to myself, you know, all the people in the city there in their little metal boxes so separated. Sometimes it feels like they crashed into each other. Could point. I made that joke to my girlfriend twelve times interesting. She married me just that she could divorce me. Go to Nevada. I kept setting it up earnestly like it was an actual realization. I'd had and I've now been divorced five. Congratulations. Thank you on your five. Mary it is. We're the lie. It feels like the people are so distant separate from each other at sometimes to crash into each other just feel. Ben. Final thoughts on this movie. I think that the fact that it sort of is setting up that the candy is growing like it's a tree that grows. A can a candy tree occurs Grady apple. Yeah. That's cool. Good. I mean, this is this is a big like Pepe step movie, and he's got the juice of trying to being an alias movie star now because this is only the fourth time they've worked together. And then they do four more movies together for you know. I guess if you kind, of course bread is right because you go across the nineties. It's three. Brain. Then they're all like, just right? He's in everything he's an everything. And then dark shadows is the last one, right? But this is the movie like you go like Mars attacks underperforms big fish does. Okay. Plan of the apes makes a lot of money. But everyone hates it. Right. This is like his first sort of like, okay? He's like safely on third movie. If not a total home run, it's a big grocer one last thought, I don't usually like nerds. But I like nerds the candy. That's a great thought I loved nerds nerds are sugar. But they're a little compartment candy. What's the candy sugar like just pellets of sugar? Right. We need something. Okay. There's two kinds and it's divided. Isn't that weird? The Nestle dropped all the one branding. They still have the rights and they've just taken it away. Maybe they're waiting for like an ideal moment to relaunch. Oh, well, we should mention this. One of brothers is threatening to make another move. Yes. They have a script. I believe Simon rich wrote. That's a one Capri qual about young how he built the factory a movie that I think no one wants to see I would see the glass elevator one hundred percent, right. That book is crazy has aliens that look like turnips called ver- mission IDs now one or others has the president in it. And like the president's nurse is like the secret president the lack going non in that one. I think paramount back in the day tried to make the sequel, gene wilder Dawson AllState wouldn't give it and then Warner Brothers. Also, they were like we won't let you do that. You'd have to prove to us that you can make a good, Charlie. I yeah, it's kind of surprising that never made it I'm guessing just DEP in Burton weren't interested. And they wouldn't do right. The one Capricorn feels like a weird idea. They're saying they want Ryan Gosling dunk Glover to do which I'm sure everyone's saying they want Ryan Gosling dunk lever to do anything. Ryan Gosling would be a bizarre choice. Sure. It'd be very it. Donald Glover up to become Johnny Depp. To explaining it. Exactly. Like being we're going to explain how I'm going to turn movie show him coming out of surgery with gasoline. Johnny stakes. I'm ready for my factory that would make the Michael Jackson thing where I was gonna say teddy Perkins baby. But there is one other application of this material. Do you know this Warner Brothers has released another film based on this book hero of color city or something? No Warner Brothers has released. And I think it was probably an Ashbourne thing just to retain the rights. That's my guess, Tom and Jerry go to Charlie and the chocolate factory or it's like, Tom, and Jerry, meet Willie Wonka and the chocolate factory, the mid eighty six minute film, that is a direct remake of the gene wilder film. The designs of the kids a costumes the factory. Cartoon character of gene wilder looks like seventy nine minutes long, so two minutes longer than Stuart little two. It has all the songs in it. And the premises that trailing the Tom and Jerry are fighting over a chocolate bar, then Charlie saves them. And then they just follow him along into the factory. And then once they get into the factory, they meet a small mouse. Have you seen as film? I I read the full competed entry last night. It is nightmarish. It is so weird look up any clips of it. It's a fucking nightmare. I am all but certain they made this to retain rights because they've had this weird direct to video series of Jerry films, which time and Jerry don't fight with each other. And they invade other IP. So they did like Tom Jerry wizard of Oz. And Tom and Jerry, Sherlock, Holmes and all of them. They don't play the roles it's not like muppet Treasure Island. It's like, Tom and Jerry just happened to be the Rosencrantz and Gilman's stone to the side of some other literary work. This is litter. Just the gene wilder when there's the bubble rooms X songs. Yeah. Except slug worth is. Apparently like the third lead. Smugly slug worth has two songs in it. We have to be done. Two and a half hours. I know we're going that line. I know we need to give you a big ship. 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