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Football Postcast: FA Cup 5th Round | Chelsea v Man Utd | Weekend Football Tipping

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Football Postcast: FA Cup 5th Round | Chelsea v Man Utd | Weekend Football Tipping

"Follow party power on Snapchat. The username is the Patty power, and we promised that wouldn't be any boring. Snaps about gigs. The weather all the gym. Warm. Welcome to the race impose football post cost. I'm Bruce Millington. And joining me this wait till located like cracking weekend of cop action is a top team. Experts race in posts exultant Tottenham Joe of mount Langdon, and Dan showed and also from Patty power falling stripe came from his excellent place cost IB last week is Sam Kingston. He's an awesome fence. He probably didn't enjoy last night as much as most people did. So like I said we've got their fake up coming out loads and loads alive games. We'll look at all the best bits there and elsewhere ride across Britain and Europe we will start off though as ever with the six questions to each and then the lights get on. So the one they wish they'd been Oskar will start you Dan child's how an earth did Spurs turn that around last night. It's incredible. Isn't it just seems to be? I mean, the the shape is saw was assigned books. I seem to just tweak a little bit and defending. I went to a forever, but depress more as well. And and that led to the garden. It just seems to change the whole mood or the the stadium that same and I'm Dortmund night learning experience showed little bit as well. It's not just without the Spurs while Sephardic behind their injury problems as well. And you just felt that they were room settling for one new and Stein its foot for the second leg and not allowed Spurs that guy more controller a halftime being a Spurs fan that she thought, you know, I'll take a Neo Neo hair white for the second leg. Get kind of Nadi backs. An amazing turnaround. It was wasn't it off back son at twenty five to one player this season. Because I just think you get that Faber reasons by stone. You know, I think they see bat set their Mark. What was your main conclusion from Manion knighted versus Pierce? Jalen. Choose day. I would say the PS G actually looked more solely union we've out. So they're real star names now oversee they leave them slightly. Leaker in a top. It wasn't. It wasn't a bad when you had de Maria supplied them Bapu that brilliant second goal, and Danny Alvis or just off because of the injuries. They were able to be more solely than what we've seen from them. It was their first clean sheet in the Champions League. The season very rarely apart from dodgy opening ten minutes before they defended as a team. Really, well, and that's something that you just I've really associate with power your mom because name or doesn't do any trucking back because Cavani and combat by provide you with such talking team. So have Drexler playing off by Dave Maria work in back to I've done Alvis protecting that defense to have more Kim so foot was the best player on the page. So of marking pumper issue was really good. And I mean, we have been a times over since that influx of money when you could have question the issued and sort of just seem ethic of them who can grow by Popa was that display. No it wasn't. Now, I think that it wasn't just him. No. I mean, it was a whole collective of that Manchester United saying when the injuries happen to have time, we've Marsh and lingered. They suddenly lot Joe's marina. It was really slow team. They had out there and poke, but then got frustration and deserve these right called. Okay. San question few. What did we learn from the other two games? What do we have red Roma Port-Au an IMAX round Madrid? Didn't mean what did you take from those? And so. I wasn't surprised. I wasn't too surprised to see Real Madrid. When not one and they were evens tried the day went off a bye two thirty on the exchange. And but I wasn't surprised to see them win. Not am. Did you say the shambles? Sam did this wasn't it too. I mean apart from anything else. Two many fifty stoppage two minutes injury time. Yeah. It's crazy. I I didn't agree with that. Especially how long it takes. And but I thought that goals really should have stood Cousy should if we're going start and choking of goes. I that and it's just bollocks is pathetic. And then the Roma porta sprang into life. Didn't after a fairly slow stop. Yeah. I think both games are now now there on Tuesday nights. And then it was the seventy th minute actually runs on yellow scored the first goal and the sprung into life after after the seventieth minutes he'd probably seaport on not side with the illegal interesting Now, Dan before you on. So this question. Which is who gets the fourth Champions League spot in the permanently this year. Let's get some nights. He's betting Sam. How do you potty power belt and top four finish on the top floor? So we have an a leave Liverpool Mancha. We've taught them at once a nine we've mine United at evens Chelsea five to four arsenal thirteen to five. And then we've offered and wolves boat the five hundred to one okay, Dan. Horrific results last week. I'll just think they're running actually looks a little bit. The you is at least I mean, everybody expects it to lose that guy. Lost six points wise, you'd expect you know to win and you'd expect Choshi saluted city. So I'm not going to change my opinion. So you might from before they're running is he's got the game out of the way they've played all snow home and away as well. Mentioned, you know, eight of plight Spurs Paul from that to go apply over the rest of the big six again. And we've seen in the game against PHD against top level. We saw you. You take Cutler quick plies out the same. Then I went here as effective. So all snow of obviously, go to Charleston weather out there on points. I'll just think I rely a little bit too much on the front who like a bit cloth field. Okay. Mark question for you. How big a boost is it for England's that Declan is chosen the three lines. Yeah. I mean, he's a fills wave. He grows into the sanctuary and so carries on the way. He he's been performed for west time. He feels a programmatic position no doubt about that. I mean, you don't wanna get too excited about the prize because you've seen them before or come on this age, and then you know, into for years Thomas by John share these injuries, but would be the obvious one. But yeah, I mean, he looks to be an excellent player an upgrade on sort of dire. Jordan Henderson if you like in that position. I think is a really awkward for somebody of June nationality to have to choose one country over another wouldn't want to make that. Now there was there was one particular Republic volume play. Well, Kevin Kilbane who I felt really nasty tweet avenue go I mean, if killed bounds good enough to play for the Nima if at the same choice, but it's just payback. I mean, they need Tony Cascarino. Oh, I just think it's it. It becomes down to a personal choice if you are June nationality, maybe did lead oil and own for too long. But I'm not sure I think it was easier decision. All writing a holiday decision. I've away. I eat the people can come to respect the decision. Let's pay the England team between us for the dumber. I sign we'll come to you in a minute. You can join in. If you like, but let's pick the England team for the twenty twenty twenty European championship opener. Okay. You you you have to go. He mark. I'll Pickford Pickford wink, fullbacks, then you can have full backs on the left. Yeah. Well, I'll probably write trip if I'm. Well, he he's he's coming to the equation isn't a year. One bassac. I'm trying to think it's all been. I'm not so sure about him as well. Only Zonda Wyden. One Bassac afford into similar categories promising young plies, really obits. They were to learn walkers still be around as well. I mean, often call wokers eastern plays for months. Okay. I'm going to I've riding women's soccer. He's left back. Then come on ninety rose rose. Mark centrebacks boy beat stones and Gomez stones and Gomez. Okay. Go three midfield. So got Royce holding showy wings and daily. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I mean weeks she's coming on bundle at the moment or anything. And then Harry, kind sterling rush with all of a sudden rush San show. Chun show on the bench. I think of I mean, obviously does progressive at the moment. I think he'd be behind these behind you look at starting is is just going from strength to strength for them. A lot. And then God as well. So yeah, I mean could options. Okay. Interesting, right. And Samuel other. A your second question who's gonna win their fake up before we tell gives Patty Powell's lacy show and the latest bending, the mon- city are still obvious files at six sixty five and Chelsea then at five to one minute. United six to one and wolves seventeen to to Chris policy tend to one watchword sixteen to one bright twenty two one Darby forty five to one so on Zee Bradford both at eighty two one go in new you're gonna go full send I think wolf is a really good each way about here. And I think I still would favor Manchester City. I mean, there's there's such obvious favorites. But I do think is a good. I it's like bad at seventeen to two and possibly for each way with United and Chelsea vote. Got each other either. Then we're then draw Manchester City that would leave wolves that the best of the rest. So I think they'd be a good each way about okay, Jodi goods dime. Which question if I caught one an upstate man, say anything. Is against going to have to play the most one of the big six to lift the trophy. So that straight away. I mean, who who I saw the big six he's going to he's going to come out see anybody there. So now I mean for each white battling what for sixteen to one. They're almost short twice the process of wolves. And I think all slot easy. It's a way to keep your instead of a way to pursue safer. We'll be picking reserve teams though, as an e highs still think I think that will come inside layabout getting imposs- keep y'all still and then who I was on would be stronger couple of inches for Brentford in Bristol say. If these the two big six teams may in the court all semi falling. There could be a pathway for him. So I think off always hundreds could be an outside bet. Okay. Which question are you to say, I'm I'll take the the the Roma know what else? Yeah. Law season's Champions League was really high scoring. Just just go a bit crazy, really? And we wondered whether you know, that was the way football was was going maybe is. But for is very interesting that the four knockout ties, we're all new new all time, and the ones that I watched closely were were cagey affairs. I often I wonder if maybe the two goals expectation and Bill it'll be a high for these games that we've got coming on Mansi probably will fresh out. But I think that we could get back to seeing so of all Makuto proper knockout footwear. The first game is quite respectful of each other. And then opens up so maybe look to play the new news off time or the next week isn't as next week. Yeah. Not. I'm not signing for the Muncie game. But some of the others does or closer could be low score, that's one to bear in mind. Definitely. And Sam I guess you're going to say that you totally sympathize with that Ken Rice's predicament as well. Yeah. Of course, I feel cheated on, of course. And I can understand decision though. And having an open the air for so long as well. It felt kind of inevitable that he was going to choose England. And but it's it's hard to accept as an Irish because it's a massive loss. Absolutely. Okay. That he could have been a defining play for oil and ways, maybe not for you know, because you if you're let coined too so a nation you only one really good player and Eric's them off and he takes him. So so of from being an average team into a really good one. And you know, maybe not as important at the moment for England and understand the different version. Okay. Let's turn our attention to the first of the live FA Cup fixtures. Takes place on Friday night at Loftus Road. Sim forty five BT sport keep versus what foot. Howdy, Patty power bet. Sam keep your seven two two draw a twelve to five and lottery out four to five. Now, then some you fame confidently tapes this weekend, you think we're going to be spitting at winner off the winner. Hopefully, it was it wasn't too bad last week. Unfortunately than opt in command, not Ted him with unlucky slide. They take and see eighty eight minutes all Isaac unlucky. Right. Well, we'll. Stick with you for the first tip of the week who you're gonna go for keep your Wofford. I'm going for Wofford air to Winston Nell Dave ad. They haven't conceded too many in their loss of five they've only conceded two and three in their last seven. And I think they will take this on a little bit more seriously as well. Now that they they're not try to relegation, and they won't get into the top four or anything. And so I think they will go a little bit stronger here. And so I'm going to Winston Hillier. What about you? Fair enough shade of odds-on goals that some still only against Tottenham four clean sheets in five in the others slightly wary. The fact that they rotate heavily, but they still won two new against Newcastle. Keep y'all all five of their last seven in all competitions and conceded for to Birmingham. I'm preston. They were in action in mid week as well. What about a clear on off? In a reasonably strong favors. Keep you on under McClaren, his three chunks. Terrible star. Sudden revival. Donna great job. I mean, he really has right Jami. They should be fine. Ready Gatien coined to resources, you know. Play plays in the timber addition as a somebody of so enjoy look I think I think a few permit league teams all look and he's a touch class about him. But you know, they they were punching above their why. And now they just slipping down. So don't even think he's a natural position still being they're doing well. Well, we've the embargoes whereas I've been so start with the same squad Edison. And August as well. Why don't you think I think I think what a win? I mean, there's this question marks. What seem what paper I have got. Yes. Got the option Grazia of gyn strong because you've formulate seems I've got no game we've week afterwards. Whereas keep your about the players who say wait and then play Westbrook home next Tuesday. So he's a disadvantage actually for the championship team here. Do you think he will make a lot of Chinese because he caught loyal to the guys played new call my Levin. Chinese new call. So they won sue new boss still think th the reserve plies and not a lot worse in Casey's than the first team. Plies QBR be poll round. That was a big blow body from Bristol. Who say can see the panel injury saw him to lose two one five in a row now in the league. So they're gonna buy without it didn't play by pursue say. But what foods just think they go a little bit too, much quality? What for me, whether it be goes, I'll? Think they'll be oh shit yet. Two-to-nil what for that night? And that kinda school on. I think I think coupon struggle what school you go big Matt Smith out front but you'll Brit sauce Cup asylum. The back coming they were quite okay. Okay. Joey good. That's that. We will look at Brighton versus Dhabi next. Success? Ain't tent? It's board. That's why Poti power we paid the big bucks for the best in the world to develop our new fastest ever app. Download the new app from the app store or place Donau eighteen plus become too. Okay. Three FA. Cut ties on Saturday to live one at three o'clock. We'll start with twelve thirty AmEx. Brighton. Versus Dhabi is on BET, sport and Howdy patio. We have Brighton at eight to eleven we have to draw five to two and Darby at seventy two mall. Chris Huhne's other has been picking reserves and sticking with them in their fake up here. I mean, you mentioned them as a outright. So it was selection still going, but since you mentioned not they've been drugged. Probably one on thinking eleven sounds a bit short Somme are maybe maybe go for the doll draw double chance, I mean for betting purposes. So it's a winning on in minutes of you ever look at broad the running one of their lost fourteen free clean sheets in lost nine saying. This is a team we've dunk and Duffy that everybody. Oh there solely brought. But it hasn't really worked out that way for them. We seem Darby they play on Wednesday which is a disadvantage in our in action again in the mid weight. So I'm sure Lampe after change things up as well. But a pretty similar level game against Southampton. They've actually came through it. And that's not forget, no more replace. So it'll be decided on the day ninety minutes, and then extra time then penalties offing that does bring the draw more into play. If you all one of these teams is worried about. An extra fixture worry. No more. Okay, dan. Yeah. I'll I'll think marks mentioned the fixtures. There they survived for for Dr Baffin fly before and after land Paul did allow for a little bit with the game at Ipswich made a couple of changes there. How do we brought coming out midfield? They'll probably come in. That's that's their first choice. Really at the moment. For for me, feel plies. I think they'll be strong enough to Tacoma bra and problems. They drew two two didn't let south. I'm it's in. In the last round one minute ride in the car about cop gave choice really gain there as well. I think they'll always brought them problems with the drawers well here, Brian. I mean, I've got the free week into it. But I mean, Hugh is gonna want injuries to key players. So he might make a few changes. Let's say well what you make it Brighton here. Sam do you think they solid five? So could you take him? Now, I think we can take them on. And it's more Darbyshire me. They just been brilliant in the copes this year and with the Monday night, again, the Chelsea one place in football, don't they they do. Yeah. They really do. And then the last gaming is acting they rested Maine's Wilson Lawrence. So I think if he does that again and brings them off the bench. I think they could they could hurt Brighton there. And so I think Darby will qualify here. Oh exit. So just to qualifies the way that you think that's it hyphen for you. Okay. Let's touch on the three PM game. You see women versus mill. What's the latest betting? Here's we've Wimbledon three to one. We've twenty. Three to ten the draw on ten to eleven mill and some cents an upset here. I don't think mill qualify here. But I think it will be a cagey enough game. And it could be one maybe on a sat piece or with the a one nil. And so my best bet here would be Cooper the the sensor Baki scored five goals this season. As a first goal score is fourteen to one and anytime he's eleven to two. So I've gone for him. Just as because I think he could be one on us at peace for mill. Okay. As you know chaps. I'm I develop own of clashes. I dunno if you grabbed any of the middle shifted, wait and see them as well. Have both be identical. Cages, absolutely pathetic. Anyway, that's gonna help you to the malt. Langdon Denise well Kupa did the business in the last round against Everton. So a a gain just another one though aren't split states on Hutchinson as well the Philipson by the hasn't goes as golden season. But nearly scored against Everton no reason really why should be so far behind Cooper in the. Scoring stakes. They both go up for every set piece and they both tighten the ball. Well, and I think could be one on the set pace low scorings hot game action to votes for Cooper for I score. What more incentive Janine, but mo- also thinks Hutchinson's worth a bet, Dan where are you going to focus? The attack on just going to take a chance on Wimbledon support for another shock here. I've put performed quite well in the F Romanov obviously remembers the four to over west also one three two I two fleet will which was an above average performance for them this season. I want it wall. So in mid week just to give them a glimmer of hope in the relegation by mill think they might be a little bit distracted by the style end. They've far from clear trouble in the championship. The new and they were getting set for Wednesday in the way a lot or one that gyn got apply a against all even I in in the following Wednesday. So they might make a few Chinese their away record one one in fifteen away to season doesn't for your confidence. Wimbledon for me and the other TV game on Saturdays at five thirty. Newport, verses men city on BT sport Mansi city, mega mega shorts. And. Yeah. Wants to twenty months city and Newport twenty five to one in the drawl thirteen's on Dan. How do we turn these into betting event? Thank you, just working out. How many? You're going to win ball anything that we bought that? Many. Actually, the the pitch is going to be a little bit of a leveler. It's not an easy pitch for white teams to go and play tractive football school goes spur school one going. I lost season. Lest the school one going this season Middlesbrough no goes this season Leeds last season didn't score against them. So, you know, it's not easy. Even if you mind to play free flowing football crate chances sit at home this season. I one goals in twenty one games. Why a seven goals in twenty one games knows not near as potent away from. I'm following that every out Simon say to win sooner were correct score would be where to guy. Good reasoning. Sam what's your back? I agree. I think the pitch will be. We'll be told for amount city to play on 'em. I've gone for Hayes Zeus score two or more. Because I think the goals they score maybe maybe top ins or or quite close in and he is a top in merchants of gone for Hayes as two or more. It's eleven to ten here. Okay. Moke? Yeah. I'm always thinking, maybe one more free new. So I mean, you could look man city and under four and a half just a shade of ozone not might be one way or mentally yonder free and a half a game. But this isn't a match where I'll be looking to much in in terms of you know, 'cause I is real just a guess out really in terms of the school offering free. Neil might be a big run. If you want the first goal scorer zone. I eat things you on the new step at the moment. But he should come in for this game. He's been dropped for the permanently didn't play well against Newcastle. But he has scored in twins against Liverpool Rover and Huddersfield. And you know that kind of pace and quality may just catch Newport out. He's going in and a fashion flares is I mean, I think he somebody that when he has a bad game is really he stands out as being an absolute shocker, whereas they say banal as a bad game on the other wing. He does so much work for the team the pets were sticks. Boy, does it sometimes when he's having babies Cousy Michigan's German national team ause as well. Okay. Let's look at Sunday Monday, next checkout, Pat rewards stamp simply place five bets if ten pounds or more across any sports in a week and you'll get a free ten pound then next week teams. He's apply. Eighty plus begun to to welcome back to the racing post weekend. We'll post cost I'm breach Millington and joined by Mark lanes and Anton shells from the racing post and San Kingston from Patty perr, we've got three Sunday FA Cup ties all on the books in one way, shape or form. So the one o'clock Ashton guy Bristol City versus wolves. This should be good and BT sport to all the broadcasters. This is the. Abetting from Patty power. We've Bristol City at sixteen to five we've to draw five to two on wolves at eight to eleven okay. And Sam won't you think will happen here. And I've gone for wolves to qualify. I think there will be goals and there's been twenty five goals moles last seven games, which is over four per game. And bristle also scored in their loss fifteen games. So I think there will be goals here of Gumbo teams to score which I think looks big at nineteen twenty and on wolster qualify in the end. Okay. Mock y'all be backing wolves off zone for this guy wounds team seemed to struggle a little bit. When the the onus is on them to to try to win the game. You saw a Monday night against new call so clear trend that is I mean over the westbound guide absolutely destroyed west time, but there have been lot. How does filled with you know, that that was in front of the cameras Shrewsbury only just go policy them a needed to bites. I say awful draw in Noni minutes may be the way to go. Oh, I see. Well, Lee Johnson in particular Frau. He's money Jiro career as he's weird runs where he's absolutely brilliant for months, and then horrendously bad happened the bones when he had them in this guy. Earning all of the sudden they're pushing for the playoffs. I don't know. I don't know. Why there must be something in these carried? So that so of is all about getting on the row, but they are I'm beating in fifteen if one nine in a row go for the drawer ninety minutes, I wouldn't be packing wolves. Kite damn GB Becky move to show ABS on an uptight a chance on Bristol City. Actually, it's spring a surprise here. I think they'll be a big fear factor here. We'll kept a the same place from Las season and the games are taught last year to Ashton guy wombs one hundred injure injury hung hours or three three between the mullahs new. So there's games they're gonna look at that push. We say memories of that and think we can compete with his side. They're in great Rana's marks mentioned a moves have been that performance. He's recently been of a really really good or very very average. I mean that the great wins against west Simon Edson and in the two games again stroz Bree. What I've I've I've had to come from beyond twice. I don't really to Nick Ajoy new call. So I think he'll be it's close game in the old saw. I'll give. Sousse chance. Okay. Four o'clock BBC one at the Kate mode. Doncaster versus crystal Palestine, what's the latest Dunkester out four to one to draw three to one on Chris policy four to seven mall. What you make of they swim think you being signing game pilots away, maybe policy. Now, you've got two and a half goals could be the way to go. Don't leave schooled in nineteen lost twenty matches their unbeaten home seeing some tell you the twenty four obviously, this is a step up and what we've seen in the FA Cup. So far, they pay the person seen was decimated by injuries at the time. They you know, Oldham in the last runs, and this is a big step up. So they brushed anyone would would they arrest? Anyone? Oh, sorry. No, I no, no, no. This is a really big game for them. Ho became the Liverpool. Oh needs probably that stall, Manny midfield Markey's upfront. So we're talking men's into forward brings people into play scores goes off going Jones of of notching. But this is still a big, step, up and pilots. Create a lot of big opportunities that don't always site. In fact, they they rarely take them. I'm expecting them to on go forwards, and even if Ben Sekkei or Bosch, y and people that they should be able to to get the job done against what is it? Good league. One thing. Still only league onesie damn what you think. Colleen strong familiar all season long. I watch polish Crichton lows chances not titan and all of a sudden now, you got been techy. Who's looking fit now again bat show, I go scores. Well, sometimes a little bit Schlopy somebody's workout. So the bulk to it does get goes that makes a huge difference. I think it's the Sol paint makes these tricky toys, a, you know, a lot easier. Don't. Now will just I've still got the the to pick frets enough in the Soyuz. Strong Mayfield were metaphor h is as well. We Nassar to run the game for the most just Xuming might too many changes potus today skull for your free week on into it don't cost. I'm really went in league one. Why are you me's the clause got in the money? I had one win actually against fellow top six teams in league one. If you if you're struggling to get wins against your fellow big teams in league one how you're gonna get one against policy potus for me one of those gains at Chou, and when they lost to new, and they were absolutely terrible. Couldn't believe I buy they were defensively, but they've done really well since they must call them on enough that okay, and Sam what's your view here? I've actually gone for an upset here. I've gone Doncaster to qualify. Twenty seven to ten and I just thought they were good again site, then they beat them. Three nail dispiriting account might be might be quite high recently got themselves into the playoffs as well. I'm the policies nurse. He looking over their shoulder in the league. I think I'm not sure how seriously they might take this game. So I think Don Kosta to qualify. This is my bet. Okay. If you don't want to watch that and you have access to BBC one way also at four pm swans versus Brentford. And if you want to bet on the game, these are the prices from Patty Powell Swansea at seven to five the draw twenty three to ten on Branford at nine to five go, strong tho-. Hey, dan. Brentford earned a notch process to win this. I would say the likely winners swims the very up and down saying this season grandpa too often Mike's changes and wrote sites when there's two games in a week. But they're not really getting any momentum to together. No more than two to win sequences all season long Brentford on a really good run. Now, I've I've I would tend on beaten until until the unlucky to one loss of forest the weekend bounce back from that deservedly. I some villa amid weak, and I think they start apply that a lot pilot of NAS football. We'll be suited liberty. Whereas is a nice pitches. Well, it's one zero bits who much Bernie out front Brentford so many threats out mo- pay Ollie Watkins, Ben Rama kind also Wrentham for me, and who few some I've gone for Branford to qualify as well. And I think it's going to be a good game. I've gone for over three and a half goals is the best bad at eleven to five and three Brentford zaas five of odds over three and a half and two of swans these last five. I think both teams are going to are going to play football and go for this. So I've I've gone for goals in this one. Okay. Both teams of school be the best thing if I was going for I would say it would be for stays slow outside is the reverse Vic she was free to ten shots on soggy echo. Everybody says read about the two teams style of play burnt foot. It depends. What team they they rotate you quite heavily in the FA Cup. Even if it is can you also or somebody like that, but been aroma moped Watkins is a really good from free. No idea. Why are they so low in the championship? If it went Dean Smith left that the riot of for too long, really. But you know, they were it seemed I often the season or first few months this season. People were talking about going up to Matic. Go wrong for them. Us do. Figure price at one fighting. The roaming the favorites. So I mean, I just lost their wife for for wall while the managerial change happened. Completely out a dollar towards the top six ten point sounds. Climate. Logistic plan. So well scoring goes I cook on a on a real winning run a month. Just take him close very much a team to works in the next year. Okay. Let's go for the big tire of the fifth round pick up seven thirty at the bridge on Sunday to teen. Smarting? From recent setbacks Chelsea against man. United live on BBC. One should be an absolute cracker and Sam Howdy. Putty panel bet you have Chelsea evens we've to draw five to two on Monday night at five to Mark. What you think will happen of go round around on this game the process probably wear on expecting them to be much between the two teams. So you make Chelsea about evens come for the draw just because I'm not entirely if Chelsea pies wants to fro- celery under the bus. This is a great opportunity to do. So. And the Premier League game finished in a draw. But they all good on shows if only lost once man, you know, have scored in every way gain this season. But then lingo rush hour came off injured are they going to be available. It said Alexis Sanchez injured himself colliding with a linesman as well before he came on. So this is a this is a really tricky game. I'm not expecting it to be a high scoring one of the thing. It'd be what's hard. There's a lot riding on this game particularly for socio because they're the Champions League. Now if I cut run could get him the job. I'm I'm not sure what was gonna happen. I think the drawer therefore, go to drool one one we could do with thrown under the bus by the plays of both clubs. Joe's. If he chose making defensive errors to slow midfield. It's alleged dressing room, unrest. That was Josie Marino Manchester onto what we want to go. So it's you know, I we'll see a lot from this game on. I was speaking before Chelsea play Mamo he's left Alonzo behind apparently a big bus stop with him and deploy is claiming in one Spanish newspaper. Lonzo Spanish done if you put the link together that the tactics are too complicated. Well, I mean. If that's his excuse for the season. He's pretty poor. Isn't it? I mean, it's just a leftback Z some short they might even fund. That's a happy accident that because they could end up with who's who's innocent play. He played in the boom of gaining four. I mean. I mean, the go issues I mean, most of the bad performances come away from home or Kato CV menu. Dan, an interesting punting challenge. What are you gonna go for fancy? Yeah. The star of the week looks at this on also mine, you know, I looked to picking what's the game begins a lot to knee-jerk against PS g and the wave. I'm followed in reminded. You of how he's I'm marina performance. He's a second offer completely incipient. And and there was reasons beyond that we've leaned Guatemala shall losing pice over their best performances on the Socia a Stein. Narcisse solid. An and then you press ROY at sometimes, and you go on the counter attack over sodden it when it's taken away in Matson's Sanchez, come on. And it gets one paced again in nowhere near the same seem. I'll just think Choshi gonna look at that. And how these poor performances coming away from? It's a lot more difficult in front of your own finds support in a by performance, you motivates do home nights sent through whether home. Off think all they're going to win this game. Now that you know that was a warrior in performance second offense pastry show season. It's told him in the League Cup semi when they put it. This is so similar level game. As you say you've got these players who boat on both teams nerve, they it their accident if they've done shit. So I mean, you know that shocking. I choose these plays night. Just sickens. I'll be. Wouldn't be difficult. Isn't it Sam? If you've got a clear view on this. It's very difficult to call. All right. And I think it might be a draws. Well, I think Chelsea will target this on the rather than target the euro Balik tonight, am, and I think, you know, it might go slightly more half strenght, and I just can't I count by Chelsea air, it evens and of gopher nightside one for a penalty to be scored three is going to be VR. And so I think if either team gets a penalty, I think they will scores. I'm both do got quite a lot of penalties. So five to think thought looks big enough. So yeah, I'll definitely do that. I love back in penalties when there's via exit load on. Let's let's get your best bet the weekend will be to mall nicht Preston. Oh few laws minute. We both went for the busy. I'm sure we haven't got the same one this week o k Monika to be known in league among the relegation. But that was roughing because Terio in Riyadh an absolute shocker shall deem who took them to the title and Champions League semi fall. And it was he's returned to performances since he come back of being quite good to to gang goal, and they beat salutes. They nearly beat Mont petty last week conceded a last minute penalty. But it's doing. Yeah. I mean, he he's one of the reasons for backing off still finding these why in the team, but it was difficult under Ray because I was such a mess, but you've got says fabric as Elsa Martinez. Golovin foul. Cow. I dreamed Silva Lopez. Well, this is no I mean this team should be pushing for year. If I don't know what went wrong earlier on on this area where he not been a very difficult time for them. We happen with Saleh. Also they played on Wednesday. They won one new, but I'd play with ten men for seventy five minutes. So not. Sure, there will be ready to go. Again. I'll tell you what I think that's one of the biggest missed opportunities mind tire life. I should have just been posing Monaco way came week. It was never going to be a manager was just still kicking says a pundit. Bought it. So no ATO damn what sure we can. I'm gonna talk to league two and I'm going to go for rock bottom. Not. So win. So we seconds hope Mansfield or three one of they've got a squad overhaul in January as you probably know. Jury while I'm we're Lincoln probably the best side in that game. One Suwon at forest. Green actually finds them to get a result. Even though I like for a screen because improving so much Mansfield will pour in their loss at Newport last last Saudi they go issues at the back as well Orion. Sweeties buying Benson is injured going to have to change the systems. Well, go go from pack free to back four against Notts County. Big improves recently, not it's win. It. Manzi for me. How about you see Sam come for Luton this week top league one? They've won their last five scoring fourteen and conceding to their way to flee would have been impressive enough this week. But just said recently, but I do think Luton would beat anyone the league right now. So I've gone for them at even money lovely stuff. What you wake can plan. So I'm going to watch football. Yes. Same as Ozzie again in the office autumn football on the desk. That nice Ken seen it. Power has joke dot impeaches and stuff like that. We've been a boats the weekends. It's usually Thailand food. All right. But I would usually bring in my own things to Tupperware container. Yeah. Keeps the cost down damn what you've the obstacle mohawk term week. Yeah. Yep. Heading down. So he's new Qiwei on the Saudi beautiful and should be lovely weather. This tell me. Degrees. Department. You'll give in football a break on side. Yeah. Great weekend from assistance to choose to get married. I mean, the ninety percent of the people that is probably taught him all snow on west time. And none of them were not calling. You know, the the role. My only my only role is make sure that my son and daughter to perform their roles as bridesmaid and paid for respectively. You know, they do that to the best of their abilities and don't ruin and in the ceremony. So I mean that would be that Koto your drink. Or can you drop them off the hotel at one o'clock, the weddings, not until free so straights? The buff lovely stuff enjoy that. And what about Sunday recover? Yes. Yeah. Very much very much recovery. Okay. I decided not to go to Doncaster. Just I was up in leads the other way on the trimbe put in don't Castro. Loot ramnath. Do I want to be on this platform at seven pm on a Sunday night move just being Dick's? But don't know. So I'm going to watch on TV. Hopefully, we'll get the job done. Thank you very much. Indeed, chaps another great show. If you enjoy these shows, do please make sure you review and subscriber wherever you all we'd love you to lead. Nice come into the bottom. If you enjoy the shows as well, we've got racing post costs every Monday and Friday. What else we've got? We've got the ante-post Cheltenham on Tuesday and Steve Palmer's back next Wednesday from the Gulf. He's being sunning himself in the say shows if you call it. Join us for any of those. We love to see back in next Thursday for another racing post weekend. Football post cost fully potty power on Snapchat user name is Patty power, and we promised I wouldn't be any boring. Snaps about gigs. 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The Entrepreneurs - Eureka 143: Angela Scott , The Office of Angela Scott

Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs

10:03 min | 2 years ago

The Entrepreneurs - Eureka 143: Angela Scott , The Office of Angela Scott

"Listening to your Rica on monocle twenty four brought to you by the team behind. The entrepreneurs Angeles gone is the founder of the office of Angela Scott, a women's shoe brand all about elegance and functionality growing up eight foster home with three brothers in northern California and later working in construction and estate management. Angela says she often felt she had to keep up with the boys. But after moving into PR at luxury retailer, even Marcus Angela decided it was time to make beautiful practical shoes and boots for women using the same attention to detail and craftsmanship she always seeing in men's shoes smart shoes. Because women, of course, don't always want to wear high heels for this week's episode Angeles down with Monaco's Carlina rebelo at our Los Angeles bureau to share the story of her brand. The first perception of women who mean business, sometimes people think, oh, it's a woman who works in office. Right. But for me women who mean business is somebody who's getting shit done like women who are on their feet have things to do to -ccomplish could be a mother it could be a writer. It could be an artist. It could be a teacher a student. It's really it's just a woman who is assertively who has confidence who is is accomplishing things. Right. And who takes herself seriously? Now, you saw the run when you move to Dallas. But the know how far back we should go to Hugh, how you go to point. That's when you two dollars and then decided to create the brunt. Maybe let's sum up that if we can't we moved to Dallas for my husband's business. He's also in the footwear industry, and I was working for new Marcus at the time. So I when I moved there I worked in PR for the corporate office, and I think the journey there. There was really the catalyst that started the brand. So it kind of gave me the confidence to sort of go out there and do it. And I think without that journey without having moved from Santa Barbara to Dallas, I wouldn't have launched the brand. I had always wanted to start the brand. It was more of a pipe dream though. It wasn't something that I thought that. I could actually do you know, I'm sitting here thinking, oh, how expensive is going to be to start it up. When I had that experience Neiman, Marcus and started meeting designers of brands that I thought were huge and realize that it's just a small team behind it. I really kinda got the confidence to go. You know, what give it a shot? Right. Let's go for it. So after working a year at Neiman, Marcus. I launched the brand I think that the push and the move to Dallas really got me off the ledge. But it was definitely something that I was wavering back and forth of going to I wanna risk by life savings for something that I could fail miserably at right oversee you said moving to going through dot dot Joe was what gave you the confidence to eventually Saudi on business. How much you? Feel about if you have done that move made move you'd have started the business, and you'd be where you are today. That's tricky because the thing was is that I had worked in the construction industry, and I had worked for Taiwan or who is beanie babies and he's a hotel Huhne's like four seasons New York for seasons. Anna, Barbara I had worked for his asset management company in a project management role as well. And so I'd always been around these groups of men, right? And I became that stereotype of that woman who I thought that if I if I wanted to mean business, if I wanted to be a woman to be taken seriously amongst group of men that I had to sort of go into that like madmen mentality where it's like, oh where the high heels aware the pencil skirt. I'll look polished. But it was that style that I had to wear in order to be taken seriously, and you're literally running behind men, right? So for all these years, I'm on construction sites in project management meetings, and I'm running behind these men in these stilettos trying to. Everything up to par including my parents. Right. And I'm thinking, you know, this is kind of like the back of mind going I need to make shoes for women who are out here doing this. But can still feel like they look and feel confident right? That you still look beautiful that you're still feminine that you're still a woman, but you're keeping up with the boys. Right. So instead of running behind them, you're walking in stride with them do feel like that's a necessary challenge to challenge those that perception that, you know, for women to be successful there, the need to dress dot specific part that they can't be relaxed. Still mean business it is. And I think it's not even about being relaxed. I think you can be polished and a pair of loafers or an Oxford or address boot, you know, I think I think there's a way to style it now. And I think even then like, I mean, you think about the sexiest icon women, right? That are out there for fashion for their style. You think about Brigitte Bardot, you think about Marilyn Monroe you think about Audrey Hepburn? I think there was. A perception in fashion that in order to mean business you had to dress the part, right? And the part was the high heel and the the pencil skirt, and the, you know, the dress suits, and I think I don't know if there's necessarily need to challenge it. But I think there's a need to let women know or to build like, I felt a need to build a brand that would give women the confidence to know that they can feel good and look good in a pair of shoes like this and not have to be in stiletto. Right. When you think about footwear these days, especially the ones for Tyler to women as a little inspiration from the men's world, even the most basic of shoes for women Oviously, excluding any celebrities at cetera. But for women that want to wear any shoes during their working day, the very much are know ended up of the equivalent that exists towards a male client. How do you distinguish yourself in the market from you know, not simply adopting a motor? Oh that exists already. Well, I think the difference is is that our shoes are actually made by hand. They're they're good your well construction. And what that means is they're made a very traditional way that four has been made for decades. And that craftsmanship was really only applied to men's footwear. You know, women started wearing Oxford's and mid heels and sort of that lace up Oxford when they went to work when men went to war. So we've been wearing officers we've been wearing flats has has been in existence for decades. And I think the way that we distinguish ourselves is really the craftsmanship. I think that the way that our shoes are made are really the best quality a women's Oxford or women's dress shoe can be made now just for our listeners to get an idea of how where the brand is how many people work would you for example or still small so we were actually two people until the middle of last year. So we're in our seventh year of business, and we were to people until the middle last year. And we are now seven. And we're seven women. So it's an office full of women. Purpose. No, I interviewed both men and women I interviewed all types of candidates, and I just feel like the women that are in this positions. Now, they were really well suited for the position. So I I wanna say it's like serendipity, you know, now that we are an office of women. It's pretty incredible because we are a brand that sort of supports this momentum of women in business. So it was a happy accident. It's quite a an an interesting accident because you know, footwear business is still very male dominant. So not only you yourself as a founder of the company is already in a way trying to break through that glass ceiling and then having a company where you just employ women, even if it wasn't intentional. Do you get a lot of comments on that? We do in the funny thing is is like it's a it's a good and bad. And I think both good and bad in business is good to have because you need that conflict you need conversation. You need debate in order to stimulate something. Great, right. And we have people who will come in mostly men and be like you need some test. Thrown in this office. Right. But I think overall it's a positive thing. You know, it's been it's there's there's never been any negative comments about it. It's more like men joking about the fact that it's an all women office. But it's it's funny because people will walk in and kind of step back and go. Wow. So office of all women the same time as I what did you expect? Right. Right. Well, and that's the thing too is like I never think about it. But you just kind of put it in my mind right now as like why are they even why is that even thing that you'd step back for when you look a heads to future? What do you see the brunt evolving? What would you like to do? What's still left business bucket list? I guess, you know, I would really like to be that brand that women go to to buy things to support other women. So when I mean by that is it kind of reminds me of, you know, this is going to be I'm going to go back to the archives of sex in the city. You know, there was this one episode where Carrie Bradshaw is like, you know, loses a pair of shoes. And there's this whole debate about you know, there's only a couple of cage. Where women get gifts. And it's when you're having a baby and when you're getting married, but other than that, we as women don't really celebrate each other. Otherwise, you know, we don't we don't give each other a gift when were when we got a raise or we don't give each other a gift when we accomplish a marathon or an I really wanna be that brand that curates pieces that range from travel goods, footwear, home accessories, things that are giftable and things that make you feel good about yourself. So if you think about like, a great para shoes makes you feel confident a lovely watch. Makes you feel like a bad ass. Right. So what are these pieces that I can add to the brand that will will make it. So that people know the office of Angeles Scott for that brand you go to celebrate each other very much to Angeles for sharing the story of the office of Angeles gone. Thanks as well to Carlotta Rabelo for the interview in Los Angeles. Sure to check out our new bureau and shop as well. Should you be in LA the show was edited and mixed by Sarah mile? I'm Daniel beach. Thank you so much for listening and goodbye.

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Building Breweries Down Under with Zenkuro & Melbourne Sake (Part 1)

Sake On Air

51:11 min | 1 year ago

Building Breweries Down Under with Zenkuro & Melbourne Sake (Part 1)

"Hi everyone welcome back to another episode of second on Air. Were recording from Japan's sake. Show Association usually were recording from there. Ever now we can say that it's okay. It's totally okay sometimes. The logistical issues that we have to contend with on occasion so we are in spirit. We are transmitting. Were transmitting sock. Infused what people actually brought me back in one thousand nine hundred places actually on the main drag the first it was kind of sway something to be civil to the point where actually chanter is. David Sake beverage ISTRIAN welcome and thank you for once again tuning into a brand new episode of sucking on Air. The world's number one podcast dedicated to expanding the dialogue on Japan's to most iconic beverages psyche. And showed you. My name is Justin parts one of several of irregular sized navigators here on the show and this week we will be talking with two very inspiring gentlemen about what goes into starting up a new socket bree outside of Japan this week. We're joined by Mr David Joel head brewer and owner of zinc based in Queenstown New Zealand and together with him. We also have Mr Matthew Shot. The owner and head brewer of what is soon to be Melbourne socket. When we got together with these gentlemen we ended up starting to chat and before we knew it. We were there for nearly three hours because of that we decided to split this episode into two parts. Because there just wasn't enough fat to trim away wanted to keep as much of it intact so that we can share with you. The Stories of what these gentlemen have gone through are going through and are looking forward to in the future of their psychic Bruin careers this week. I'm joined by Marina Gotha Sebastian. The among and Chris us we'll have part two of this episode coming your way in the coming days so stay tuned for that but until then let's start the show we're sending the love. We're sending the love from Japan Sake and so two Mason Center and we have diffused that to a hidden location in eastern Tokyo from where we're broadcasting today we're just having to make do with An unusual arrangement today. I am joined by our usual hosts of Justin pots. Christopher huhne sense avesta Lamar Ameri. I'm usually the voice that goes on in the background. If you haven't noticed in today were joined by Dave Jal from Zen could all from New Zealand as well as Matt. Shaw from Melvin. Second welcome guys very into to bit so. The whole premise of this episode is on building and running a brewery. Outside of Japan You Dave are a seasoned veteran in brewing With yours in Kudo series of sucking waiting some quite impressive awards as of late and you mad art brewing end planning to commercial sometime sin so with that all being said So Yeah Dave. Do you WANNA go ahead and introduce yourself to our listeners and start to show. Thank you very much marine in team. It's an honor to be here today. And the selection t to sheer some of the things that I've done with my teammates inquiry over the last five years. It was nice of you to introduce me as a as a veteran After infect five years but this is we're now fifty and Compete to all the Japanese breweries I visit there hundred fifty years old. Two hundred years old four hundred years old sitting think we still Absolute novices but We trying abyss in learning as much his. We came as we go so I'm from from New Zealand In a live in Queenstown which is down the bottom of on the southern end of a New Zealand The politic shooters forty five south. So it's about the same as what can I in Hokkaido? Which is forty five north? I think and will Japanese team thing. We just just sorry from the South Pole We're a long way but there's nothing between Zealand then in south Paul safe this. The wind blows from the south. Even in summer it can be co which makes it Pretty good environment for making sake. And which is one of the reasons we Decided to give it a go and Queenstown. I generally from here. I'm from the AOL. Did you move to quick to have originally from middle of the North Island in the place called Fung Lee and deny came to Japan for quite a long time lived here when I moved back to New Zealand. I decided Queenstown was placed for me. Is We wanted to to be in spiritual place and a very nice cold dry climate? We have him. Glacial Lakes and mountains and Glassy is obesity and felt the lakes and lots of visitors from all over the world. So it's it's quite a small town it's It's very sort of intenational. Did you choose Queenstown because you foot? He was a good market for USA K. Because as a good environment to brew or just because you wanted to live there I'm a I lived in Japan for about fifteen years and then about twenty years ago baked to Zealand. Daytime was I was a seasoned after fifteen years in panels of season suck a drink but the hidden thought about actually making Sucky so I been working his a Japanese speaking guide and tipper in in Queenstown for fifteen or so years and then about five years ago the idea of making sookie in New Zealand popped up. And what what I guess. One of the reasons We decided to go with. It is because of the climate in. Queenstown in in the water and affected them. It's quite intenational little town. Leigh's is it tuned yet. These spinout important victor. The whole originally the idea was that It was something that could fit in our clients. Our customers who we guide our Japanese so we sort of be a NAS fit to eight. Something else was looking for Japanese and Sukey providing sucky for our clients was best fires. We thought probably And the IDEAS would fit in with what what we're doing. What my guiding. But after bet tease realize it's not feasible and Is something is bruins. Not something he can do pot Tom. Yes oh I'm neil completely over full-time brewing second and trying to sell it of course in in spread the word about them had wonderful. Japan's National Bee Ridge is was the like one flash of inspiration or one moment or someone who said something all will serve you. Something all can have the gave you this this idea and right there and then he was like yeah. I'm going to go back to Zealand. I'M GONNA Bruce Second. Be Nice Hug it. So yes but doesn't silently young. Let's it's a bit more complicated I I. I came to Japan Forty years ago and Since the Molles opening bill Japan Japanese things and mooning language University High School in Japan University Japan Japanese wife and for for half Japanese children and so it kind of evolved particularly like Japanese teamwork in Doing things Doing things together. Even if it's repetitive without talking too much and just Comes from that Japanese Ricotta. Just I like the style of doing things so One of my partners and zinc row is Japanese and He he did get a bit of the heat stat on us in the became the owner of one of Canada's breweries. I've nine him in his family for duty owed years about five years ago. We were talking. He was telling me about his Berea in Canada and the one he hoped he could do the same Zealand preps that was when the that was the moment up. I'll put my hand up straightaway. Were people asking you on all sort of saying you know. This is crazy. Don't don't do this. Oh kind of overs. The feeling that's a really good question because I guess with with my might who sit the company up with Let's IT company up with Who Will Japanese recall Japan Japan files and and we've done guiding to either for a long time and was looking for new ideas in Mushin was shot down early on and so this was. This was a new idea Which are put to the team? The team loved it And then we started sending out feelers and trying to get fade big and to to their great surprise in delight everyone sold was a good idea and most important my wife so it was a good idea going to say as far as you know supported. There's different different aspects. You have to take into consideration different people's opinions that have to balance and teamwork you know when you go into something you go. It's not often you get the support of everyone but in this case I would say yeah we. We hit full support from everyone. We respect to senator encouraging. So when so when you go okay? I think I'm GonNa do this. What is where do you start? Well familiar was go to Japan. What I like doing an you faked. It was The idea was that we would get some rose to come from Japan and brute brutal sake and then we learn from the brewers in and we do the sales and marketing sport but I thought I be a down a bit of Fist So I came ditch being spent some time Madam Yoshikuni pushes on in middle and then went to Canada. I spent about a month at a very small brewery like Ending was if you don't mind sharing in in Vancouver. Okay Code Y. K. Three Yeah Yoga. And once the that was some my partner Yoshida Komura he some vested in it and it brewery the so it was easy enough to see See went up and then shortly after that I decided Stunt allies enjoy this and in decided to take part in John Gorton Isuzu sacrificial costs and Off Today with Murray the end yeah and once once done the is sort of there was a it was no religion the hooks were in at that point and and then shortly after that I am Baked Zealand instead Making Double Roku in the kitchen until kicked out in into the garage and In point the rest of the team decided that I was going to be the brewer. So things have changed direction from that point on and I really got into studying okay. So that wasn't really part of the designed from the beginning. Is You taking on responsibility? The Bruin responsibility now I. I'm to be Sucky Rua but I think Personality wise and all that I think Dave just kind of makes the the best fit them all Because to be a fulltime brewer. You need to be quite meticulous and you need to be. You need to work within you know within a structure and a regiment and I think Dave has a wonderful sort of ability to work with structure in his extreme attention to detail. Really that's know that until started trying to make the I Y DIY guy or you surprise you don't for just about everything in his spurious. Diy Aid in Couple of ALP help was as well. We're none of us are very young. Marie low. They've reached age considered when she was with us But so we kind of come from the generation. We you fix fix K. Soulful affects your own lawn mower. Orem Utah Urine Barbecue or something like that you know you might if you wanted to cheer you stole titles something you make it. Yourself. So he's an in particular a appearance fathers. This what they did buy things you might do with what you know what you hate and you give it a try. Didn't work and cushion you. Throw anything away is is is nothing junk so when we started seeing the brewery all this junk. I hit around A lot of which being handed down from my father will become your useful. Espn Bit as well as squad. Satisfying to bring stuff yet and useful. He and you'll find that you know Like when you go to these kind of smaller breweries in Japan. That may be just like not starting up. But maybe they've they've gone through bad times and they kind of you know the happened to kind of revive the breeding away. You see this a lot. This kind of You know making do with what you have available in. Sake-brewing is actually very versatile. Styling my respect isn't it? You don't really. You'll only need that. You know special equipment to brew. Is there anything that you you absolutely couldn't do? Without the you have to buy Japan or the you hat to have made to measure to brew to brew the second you bring I guess After a trial and error at this stage The yeast is very important. I think okay not a piece of equipment but the reality in south though just some very simple things For example the When you steaming the rice the The materialists used for You know like the big bags to go into. The steamer is not available. His New Zealand as far as I know started using sheets. Bedsheets to speed cheats chiefs good coach but not as good in them that something better and because they're not expensive to buy from pain either and And now that we have no order from we can get these simple little things. Inexpensive things that Improve the quality of the you know the steam dry sort of consistency. The bags of used for After resigning young I started off with pillow cases but I think like for example the the we've visible too tight Little things like that and One brewery that has been some Tommy dumb who'd about the pillowcases story and method and and decided we needed some so they gave us some of their their speed bakes and made a huge difference. This secretly using the pillowcase. Possibly other than it I guess we now Heavy on those little woodsmen Royce washing machines Just figuring ahead use it but Yeah that's something that you can only get from Japan's vase. I now and that once again. Then for the amount the quantities Royce we wash and didn't think we hit met when you had it but it was sitting in the corner skiing. Here's gets gets change anything you're looking at it when washing just let wondering if you could figure out how to use it but you weren't quite sure so that's another thing. It's a specialist piece of machinery that I think he's really improved. The second annual so The timing Efficiencies is is we finding is very important as well limited to to succeed in. Get the so what you're essentially doing way you kind of doing it from the ground up doing it. The traditional way you know and then yeah like you say use these piece of equipments China linked the bring more efficient when China prove with. Just one person T- people that's what that can of equipment becomes essential especially on produce. You know volume. Yeah let's it's. He's doing it the way that we do it. Hundreds of this. That was there intention. Start is to John do it. The traditional method before we we dig too deep into the nitty gritty and stuff like that. We'll get into that but also this gentleman chimed in Matt timed in a moment ago so when I make sure we get this gentleman on Mike figure out who who who else is huddled around the table here. Not so you're making Sakai in a certain capacity. Yes future intentions to make more sucky. Yeah that's a good way of putting it. Tell us about what you're up to. Nothing if Dave considered himself NOVA SAUNA VILLAGE AMATEUR IN THE WORLD OF BRING. Suck me and my partner. Quainton is back in Australia. Manning the ranch as it will gallivant around Japan by come from our restaurant background in Melbourne I came from all Somalia background files six seven years. He was slightly more management We'd get together every now and again and drink too much something inside that we should make it when drunk and we tried to maximus Italian tomorrow. One stage to mix success and then we saw other people do it successfully and we'll commercially than we ever thought we could and I guess we kind of just sold the craft industry in Melbourne Australia. In general growing and growing. And you can't move agenda Steph curry or a across brew In Melbourne one is making sake and and you have to want him many bottles of of soccer. We decided we'd take it upon ourselves. I think it was that night. When we got drunk on sake and said we'll we'll take it upon ourselves via email Dave Zealand. Because we'd heard about head about the New Zealand Sabra and whilst I've isn't necessarily the quickest to respond to an email He got back to US eventually. Dying over the last ten minutes usually keeps having these reoccurring bits of like if you think he was scared of the Whitsun wash. It looks like a laptop. It's an awkward joke at debut. Now like I don't know if I'm supposed to laugh at this or not. But I know because his inbox has been exploding since nineteen ninety nine. And Yeah it's I think it's a part of Dave's charm thereby shouldn't take them. I shouldn't say that he was It was very gracious and generous. Wave is his time in the end so talk more or less now. I know it's not I was. I was very generous with his time in the end and I to go in wax after two weeks within brewing site we did not learn than from died how to how to do things so how he was getting about things and lucky guys touched on the equipment unite read textbooks in the world and watch all the videos in the world and theorized that you know maybe we could steam. Ross stop in the United. Maybe that's true but then you go to guide to Queenstown. Visit Dave exactly what he did and he got up. It can't be done so after two weeks of the saying dive do his thing and how he was achieving things. A kind of gave us the confidence that we could do the same thing. We've come back from those two weeks New Zealand and sort of marinated a couple of days and by said to each other so Planned a trip to the sites to kind of do the same conned things been six weeks over in the United States in craft. Breweries sounds Kinda counter. Intuitive to guy to America to lend brisk until you think about it so the way I started landed precisely was guys news. Eight in the states but in terms of size and scale and make up going. Diy does though the way we did it so am six weeks in the states hesitating very serious and learn more and more lung the way in different solutions different ways of doing things and yet came back from that by quit all that fulltime jobs then decided to give it a guy. Okay there you are. You're in Melbourne. You I WANNA BRUSCHI. A unique water unit rice How do you tackle the shoes? So still tackling still tackling having finished the tackling yet water. We're lucky in Melbourne in that. Its and don't quote me exactly on this. But I think the American wife Measuring Impulse Chameleon where between ten and twenty six popped a million homeless which is soft even by Japanese standards. Nothing I think very very soft and Japan is below thirty from from one Sansei wit. What about you? Dave actually Your numbers but I did siege at remembering numbers but I have researched it. And we like Not Competing with Melvin Costa Super Soft Super Soft whereby safer soft super soft. And we. That's one of the things we Very early on As soon as I've done a little bit of study Lou here in Japan. Nabet these leaks had water and water It's not just the hardness Zaid's it's how minerals ash contains because when you measuring the hardness of water you actually only measure magnesium and calcium potassium false for us and one of the escaped my mind which is actually what drives the East in the feminization so even when you have soft water in Japan. It doesn't necessarily mean you're going to end up with what we recall. Slow all kind of language. Feminization could still be quite aggressive. And you can still get quite robust image flavors from that you know and we did find it. alligator is runoff from glacial bliss. Lucille Mountains and mountains. It'd be cowed by glazes So the the Ryan by Ordinance now basically and runs straight into the lake We join from. I'm not sure bill. We zero nine. That is not it's not sny melts Special is four different reservoirs that serve Melbourne municipal water understand and they're all slightly different in the way that kind of formed I'm not professing to be an expert any stretch. I attend the top one and measured the water and that was enough to kind of give you the confidence like you said. I guess the kind of the things fell into place when we were planning on doing soccer was will. Can we get rice? Yes Australia lost. And let's go. Let's one good pop. Most of the like Japanese Burma's Yousof water with is look at the Warta Soft Co. Maybe this is possible before we visit to Dave. That kind of stuff was a buck up the wrong tree here or is actually. That looks like it could work. And Yeah those kind of things that into place Obviously suck him. I is a little bit of a tricky one though when growing that in Australia yet. Obviously that complete mad dream would be that. We have to help people do that. And be different the Ross Industry. Since we haven't released a batch commissioner. That's maybe some way away but that's kind of what we do. Culture Hickory is growing in Australia widely enough thrall Pepsi's anyway which we'd love to try and use eventually. We're not yet by no the thing again. It's like inspiring competences. I have states suck Carried is good and a Tyson socket from Cari. That's not published March. Which as we talked about before recording milling sake rice omitting any rice to semi. Byu You'd think the soccer in Australia isn't really possible yet. There's no industry so enticing these suckers from Ninety Percent Cochet Curry. I'm not suggesting the level of skill or ability to do it yet but that is the and I know it's possible because I've tasted some. That's actually that's I'M. I'm really super curious about because you okay. So we'RE WE'RE GONNA TURN THE FAUCET WE'RE GONNA measure. We're going to see where we're at. The first question has always given the resources readily available. Can we make something that we could call sake is of course dump one but when you decide you're going to make sake usually it's not just? I'M GONNA Make Sake and I'M GONNA be satisfied with a you've had some sort of experience or some sort of something that is informing the type of sock it you want to make and whether you can of course he you know nobody can do that. From batch number one maybe not from batch number ten maybe not from batch number you know thirty forty fifty in the first place Gopher. Reckon you know that's clearly there's a long term visible. I'm just sort of curious. What that from the get-go what that business for not just I'm going to make How do you envision the aid that you are going to make? How is that sort of? How do you integrate that into your planning? Both initially as you get started as well as sort of long-term how do you? I'm curious how you guys are both sort of address that story. Hi How you think about that. I guess. Kind of manifesto from the get-go is to make the best soccer. We can from what we have available at the time Walter Wise it's unchangeable pathway consent. Fennell we have the self taught as I was going to be what We have the raspy have available. We'll make what can we buy? Come men Quinton M- apartment come from a more of a wine and beer background Think and you know I'm English. He's Australian strong. Lives are kind of become from it. We know we love Yamaha. Komodo we likes to stronger. Robust may gain shoe type stuff as well. I guess go with food like zinc encourage beautiful American. I'm against you. That we're enjoying record my just say. Dan I available in liquor stores. Quick Don Murphy. So yeah we're not too scared of acidity robust flavors in Osaka Diagnose Aroma riot style tonight. We appreciate delicate light. Dougie's bad from Cable to David just to make the best things that the rule materials we have another said before have applied dream at this stage but to improve those raw materials and make it into a easy for us. Some better to make the okay side Sake. Varieties of rice. Maybe different yeasts down the track which isn't necessarily the easiest thing to acquire outside. Japan I guess the manifesto is to make the best become slutty. Richard more bust his all taste and improve on that as we get is. Is there something that is kind of your is your benchmark? Diab anything that at least like if we can get somewhere in this vicinity week we feel comfortable putting this out into the world is there. Is there something he said you know? given the rice that you have in the resource in the middle of the policy. You think you're going to start with a Yamaha or something along those lines or is there something out there that you've seen the if the sort of striving for to see what you're saying from a start line or something? I wouldn't say one one thing out there that we're trying to attain or emulate because it's going to be nine possible. I'd say maybe a jumping ahead a little bit here talking about the price difference of importing socket to compete to producing ourselves. I think Dave actually showed us a really important point. Which was you. Try to find the perfect product. The happy to releasing release anything. And you'RE GONNA be brewing for five years until you really something so you can't do that. I didn't necessarily think about that in those times until have made that quite class. I I was really good lesson and I guess we'll wait trying to do. Y BE HAPPY. With releasing is touching the sky and guiding. Would I pay for that in a restaurant at the propaganda welfare and it doesn't need to be perfect or amazing or a transcendent experience that I think change people's views on Sakai but it needs to be with myself sitting in a restaurant as a relatively Nice Kashima? Would I be happy having built up? And that's kind of the way mark. Maybe so dave. So how about for you when you got started? What was your initial. Was there something that you. You're striving to make sort of. What has that iterative process. Look like for you over the last five years or so yourself fistful. I'm not sure what like meant to be one of my customers but similar yeh start And there was advice. I got from Japanese. Bruce is just use. Whatever you can get your hands on and Yeast we stuttered with bike his yeast and Wine Yeast Ale Yeast. And the Rois was Well it could bind supermarket properly. Low Obscene team seen in the advice was. Don't worry about the rice. Don't worry about the East. Just practice brewing so The first teen this thing twenty bitches. I'll just bet practicing And still released them No. I'm curious about too so this is so that you're able to it. There's nothing restricting you from brewing and experimenting putting those things out to the world either as a novice brewer or isn't an official product. And that's a liberty that we do not have here in Japan here and enzymes. I'm sort of using you. You have the choice as to whether or not you want to you know you know. Get down get your hands dirty in the kitchen. You know after dinner or whatever and do that a very small scale you know versus actually making put it out into the world here. You know even if it's beer you have a lot of craft beer. Breweries that are popping up left all Japan now whereas their initial Brazil essentially would have been. You know homebrew for a lot of people that type of stuff. A lot of people started with nothing in. It's you know a little bit all over the place right now. You've got all kinds of amazing crappier than in Japan. But we assume you've got it's kind. It's starting to become a little bit chaotic. In multiples people starting point is. This is the first time I've done this in. It's you know he said you released first product but was there a stage or a process in there where it was like. I'm tinkering around at home and now I'm going to bottle it and try and put on a shelf annot some for for me a position third bitch other than the Dobro W stage Before I actually started doing oil knew about Sundance me. It was the Roku in the Bustari in went candidate meticulous and A wrote down the procedure and methods in came back and tried it so three bitches from the I took some to my wife for dinner one night and she drank hidden audit so just gave me the confidence to put it out there and And we didn't say odds great a second in the world of course but we see this New Zealand's first and give it a try. See what you think at the time. a good. He's not too bad but now people are saying. Oh I remember that. How'd you thought about your brand but it is So the brand The brain zinc will Ah Lick they pop out before long before the sucker rushed. Yeah yeah we played a little stuff in heeds and dream and And that was one of the fun things coming up with a nine. We wanted to use Qazi the name. The name was very early on. What made you want to impress these characters upon your label. What was it? What was the driving sort of motivation behind that? We wanted to show a respectful Japanese things and in particular Craftsmanship making things behind to keeping things. Simple aim so good place to start In which was just for me. It was always thought about it very much but the name was going to be in custody But obviously as you. You've mentioned them. It needs to be You know exists and understandable so we had to think of something that the New Zealanders. He's quite quickly In something that Japanese would be able to relate to to to New Zealand as well so a bit of a compromise by putting down beside the characters Zingo written in English as well breath. I Love I love. I love it. I was. I heard and I went. Oh Oh yeah of course. Why not what else? It just seems like a no brainer when you hear it you know but it is so clever. Nice that's what you said that third batch was kind of like the one which where you decided to release. Then how many of the batches after that were successful? Did you have come? Go through another of Malkina fail batches or you know how difficult was it. Seref produced that that flavor that you've given to your wife's that night and she giving you praise falls I'm Produce it again. But the that that wasn't wasn't particularly good mostly it was just much better than number one and number two. I think and in divorce we use the methods. Everything's changed completely if we're going to talk about a number Bitch numbers even remember. Well because we we go to Immediate London Sake challenge was ill th beach and the bitch was completely different on the seventh and I think it was. That bitch was One one person whole Hobich So that kind of dispute and to to know And then I think from memory from Bech nine we. We started using Caros node to sixty besieged a big changes for them when it was. What were you Sam? Bitch? Three onwards I think it was carol. Rose is seventy seen in from that Betschart as well it was Nine one yeast which change things if we say but set some through to the just tasted ears bitch number fifty two And get back next week. We'll start on bitch fifty four so we still not still haven't done that many But from about bitch forty forty onwards and about that when Marie will maybe Murray's last bitch we sort of changed change the again change direction that's number eighteen eighteen. Yeah He Tang This was with cameras. Once again and healthy of we're constantly looking looking for ways to improve it must've some ways came from Japan and talking to rose. And saying this is this is what it tastes. This is what's happening new ideas and In the give advice or just to show you how they do it And then you try and sometime to wit wit and sometimes didn't change things much but We're we're we're kinda found a direction I think. Now we're going to stick with it for a little while who biggest founds. Who would you say? A demographic is in in New Zealand at the moment Well you know. An ninety percent of his we make his Holden and New Zealand and perhaps surprisingly To some people it's not Japanese restaurants. Things have changed chain changed a lot. The appreciation for Sucky is spreading. It's GonNa to be on a beverage that needs to be enjoyed with with some Japanese. Food in permit would not more betton. This then may coming from Melvin But sort of New Zealand New Zealand more New Zealand. Food obviously have a lot of very good fresh ingredients in New Zealand In until about twenty years ago we didn't have Ideas and experience on how to make this. Ucla ingredients but them as she is of being out here. I'm giving you ideas a lot of. It's a lot of Asian flavor and influence in New Zealand now and for for those customers to our listeners. I should say that we are enjoying inquiries us at cheese. So simple burying works well announced thinking as you were talking about New Zealand food. I was just thinking this the second would drinking now. I can see like Oh really well with lamb which causes a you know. It's a staple isn't it is in in particular for visitors to New Zealand into the cuts of Lamb. That we don't to hungry often but it's something we have tried to work on his. It's had to brew one second. It will match with everything and and my Donovan of it's with while trying but we have a little bit of a range now so if you can pick one from the range The go with this one to go with it or if you're eating this to choose the J- appraisal so forth but it is something we have tried to to to peer with when you said that it's not yours. Sucky isn't serve quite so much in Japanese or easing cuisine. Restaurants specifically is part of the have to do with being based in Queenstown. You sell a lot of your product in Queens down. Does that sort of a unique market just being such a huge tourist population and or is most of your product available in Auckland or is it just completely different thing is at an all New Zealand sort of a trend without something sort of unique to wear your at and where you have access a sexually only Zealand trained it when when we started? We sort of took his two hundred Japanese restaurants in New Zealand. And we can sell you know one bottle awake to each one of them will be. We'll be sweet and it'd be in. This is Japanese. Food at the time of Boeing. Nothing gets ver not really a boom now as to stem. Japanese food is is normal. It's it's one of the lakes cuisines and Children in New Zealand Sushi Falange Rome's might him for lunch for example? So it's it's out it's out the so we kinda thought that will the Japanese food. Bowman will be dry debt. Wave a little bit but it didn't really work like that and we found that easier to So many shifts in New Zealand food and beverage people looking for new things in in new flavors Ensued that second actually works well with all these sort of Intenational fusion fusion seems to go very well so we while it was very important for us to be involved with Japanese restaurants In Japan we probably sort of figure out. Now that it's not it's not the main area we need to be focusing on visiting Queenstown a win visit Dave coming from a restaurant background. It was really really cool to see the breadth of businesses. Supporting Him Guy For breakfast at our place and they're using soccer cocteau from Qura who went to different places Japanese and they were using Curragh So I couldn't the number on it but I went to different places. And just looking around the reset. Pepsi's and Sankara. Everywhere says being supported in ridicule way is really is really really good to say communities supporting the local stuff that I was very impressed by it. So as somebody who's about to create something put it out into the world. Are you looking at developing sort of that community at this stage? What sort of your your material you have a great no craft beer wine making communities and measure me? This import some support on that end but also as far as getting into restaurants or get into places are you starting to make some of those connections and stuff. At this point I guess one of the main advantages of my background is knowing the restaurant industry. Melvin nothing if you people as well like saying the I think the biggest avenue for Growth. Sakai at the moment is that. It's not just the Japanese foods. Not just the having Japanese restaurants states that lots of different things out saying soccer doesn't fly with food. I think that's never more appropriate than in modern restaurants. Nowadays people are starting to say that Melvin is about four million people population which is probably the same as New Zealand. Pretty much yet so lucky. Respect as sort of a local audiences a little bit bigger than bigger than dives Hi-fi they'll be somewhere near a supportive in in our endeavours. I'm say if you're listening by Melvin. Soccer Australia is Quite a long way. Heat of New Zealand's Tim's of understanding spread of of Sucky. Yeah I think that's fair is say you Sydney's had a big Japanese relation for a very long time And you'd be held. Push to go to a fine dining restaurant in the whole country. That hasn't got salk as puppets offering Not on the list. Baz part of their through matching sipe while Susman's charity filtering down to every poppin country town. Australia watering hole funding funding. Many many sock has being set on tap in a country pop The interested foodie diner is much more familiar with soccer and definitely Japanese focused. It's this goes well with this and then with Japanese response is already. Obviously a product already competed with a big. He'd Stott so them business point of view. It's not me smile. The smile place to look to be selling you. You'll brand new products. No one's even tasted as Walton yet. Best not to go tight tie. I was like what concerns. You had to begin with Kenneth. You know if the second you produced and you put out would end up. Maybe having a negative impact on the on the audience there. But that's that's the first concern that I think I would have if I wanted. Stop doing and that would be a pressure a heavy button to have when you shoulders to be the first one you know. Kinda how did you? How did you deal with that? And sort of you know whether any strategies that you employ to kind of combat. What made it easy. It was was Getting some recognition that London Seki challenge that sort of Was a big help We didn't try to you know. Throw the neath out you everyone. We leaked the results. We thought we could work with. Who KNEW US in Would help us so was like We into them for advice and What kind of what do you think this sucker would go with on your on your menu sort of thing so the softly softly slowly slowly in One stupid time and hopefully In a couple of Japanese results came to us and see okay. We ready for you now but it took. It took three three enough. He's second means alcohol. So any product is alcohol could be sold a second in Japan or overseas. I mean you cannot call. You're pregnant you. So how is that a threat to his seat as a threat? Or How do you WanNa address the facts that anyone can release products in the markets Produced from London? Saudi could rise Polish sentiment it using psyches and Credit Second. I don't think the market is strong enough for people to be trying to undercut you. In such a way it seems like the offering from missoula saint in the states. And Dave. And what we're trying to do is your I mean. Hit a very very small segment of the kind of on premise places restaurants and shops that during high quality steph. If Sakai in Australia New Zealand America ever got to the point that paper. We're trying to do bad quality that Sushi. I'm sure we'd have made millions by then because it would face. I wouldn't be so right. Well obviously I wouldn't have to say that the F. A. Sushi outside of Japan because taxation so high that is not. It's not a thing it's not a it's not a cheap entry level. Drink is the fact that the issue is not selling here. In Japan. The reason why the industry is in such a state. It's it's not an entry level drink you have on your out. It's a it's a high level. Find One alternative in a good restaurant will buckle shops. I would necessarily say that as a issue at least for now analysts said if if it does get to be an issue. I'm sure we'll be happy. That sock down say whether in our respective countries and that will do it for part one of this two part series examining what goes into starting a brewery outside of Japan. If you wouldn't mind popping on over to podcasts to review us we would greatly appreciate that also feel free to follow us on social media at at Sake on air or send us your questions or comments about the show two questions at Sake. On Dot Com sake on air is recorded and from the Japan South Gate in show Chew Information Center in the heart of Tokyo and made possible with the support of the Japan. Sock Bay. Show Jamaica's Association. He's show is a CO production between exports Japan and podcast productions with audio engineering and editing. By Mr Frank-walter we will be back with our two very shortly so please stay tuned and combined.

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Ep 288 - Nabo do tamanho do dia, assaltado por ideias,  animais de cores garridas

Túnel de vento

13:11 min | 6 months ago

Ep 288 - Nabo do tamanho do dia, assaltado por ideias, animais de cores garridas

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PRESENTE EL PODCAST - EPISODIO 6: EL SKA

PRESENTE: TIJUANA ROCK AND ROLL 1980-2016

44:13 min | 4 months ago

PRESENTE EL PODCAST - EPISODIO 6: EL SKA

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No Filler: No Filler's Best of 202 - Part 1

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No Filler: No Filler's Best of 202 - Part 1

"And welcome to no filler. The music podcast dedicated to sharing the often-overlooked hidden gems that fill the space between the singles on our favorite records. My name is travis. I got my brother quentin with me. And this is our first episode in our year end. Wrapup look back at Our favorite tracks from twenty twenty this the best time of the year key. It's just like It's just like the holidays you know. Best time of the year. It's like christmas morning for the next four weeks. Dude this is what i fucking live for. Man just sharing these with people and these episodes are like the epitome of that. Because it's you know it for this episode five five different artists five new songs that we haven't played on this podcast yet for the next four weeks after this. It's going to be the same formula. Five five tracks five artists. Unless we have crossover which i don't think we do so basically we're doing our top ten each right top ten tracks from twenty twenty and one thing we thought would be cool to do is kind of do like a little back and forth almost like a dj session if you will. We referred to it as a spontaneous mix tape q. Were planning this out so the idea being. I've got my list of ten. You've got your list of ten. We don't know what order we're gonna play them and we're going to essentially play off each other right so you're going to start episode with your pick yet. We'll pick them on the fly and we're gonna try to just kind of pick songs you know it's kind of go with the flow and hopefully will bring a song that flows well with the previous one. Yeah it's kind of a little bit of a challenge to because like funded. You're gonna play a song. I have to kinda from my list of ten. I'm gonna try to pick the one that best flows from that song or pairs well with it Or i'll switch it up and just go rogan. And then you'll have to. There's be some. I guarantee you at least two songs on on my list. That probably won't match with anything that you're playing. Well i'm gonna. I'm gonna start you off with a with a curb did okay and Hopefully you can keep it flowing way. There's one more thing we got to talk about here q yet. He does about to say if you don't include episodes zero which was just our little teaser. Episode this is our one hundred and fiftieth episode. Can't you leave it. Bill mentally ill. I can't even brought my head around that. did it's kinda crazy. Yeah it's hard to say it's hard to to think back in and even like i couldn't even name one hundred and fifty bands of my head. Certainly yeah well you know what though. Think about this though. There's what five episodes belonging to spin. Five episodes belonging radiohead true so knockout ten right there. Yeah you still got hundred. We haven't really. We haven't really done repeat artists other than than don't except for fleet. Fox's now we've done to on fleet foxes that's true. I mean we will have repeats eventually because we've talked about bands that tom and i'm guessing fleet foxes one of that when we did the first fleet foxes episode. I'm sure we said you know we'll circle back to them eventually and you know we did because they came out with a new record this year. but yeah there's man. There's plenty of bands the that we could circle back to the strokes. I'd love to talk about. Ramon fire at some point You know talking heads. I mean we could go on and on did you some say. Yeah there's plenty of we're gonna easily hit three hundred Without having to stretch unanimity as far as like man really run announced ideas here q. Like i don't think we're going to have that problem now. and that's the beauty of of music and and the the format of this podcast is that you know we don't have any sort of rules really you know. We can talk about anything as long as artists are still releasing albums that have no fillers. You know what i'm saying. Yeah and we will always have non singles to play. That are absolutely worth listening to ensuring. Yeah of course. And i think. I'm i'm guessing that what this What this list of twenty songs between the two of us will showcase like this. This podcast plays a pretty wide range of music. You know what i mean. I'm sure and that was i purposely. Tried to spread out the the genres a little bit. Not try to stay to concentrated in one particular under one umbrella. You know what i mean. Yeah me too. And for the most part. I tried to pick artists. That weren't no brainer. see no like i had. I had a fleet of song on on my list from their new album. But i mean it's a no brainer. You know right yes so let's go ahead and get right into a dude So i'm going to start us off with a band called. stay inside. you've heard of them. Oh man that sounds familiar. Well actually share this song with you. Have a longtime ago earlier this year when i first heard it so but you didn't play it on. No filler nope. The album is viewing and travis under. You're gonna you're gonna be able to queue up real nice and pretty after this. Let me ask you. this is stay inside. Did they form in the year. Twenty twenty hindsight is something that we've all tried very hard to do. They have albums that go back to two thousand eighteen so their name is just happens to be very relevant for this year. Yeah but unrelated. Yeah so when. I first heard the song just kind of struck a chord with me dude and just as always stuck with me throughout the year so again. The artist is stay inside. The album is viewing. The song is called revisionist. That racer story saying. You're saying steel on steel still alive sparks split. College solutions is to say sure. I'd go now Pictures that shopping shopping out new with who Brain marine saves guides nice fraud. Can you're the good time. Doug sued job. Yeah that's great It's great because it's a. It's a throwback to post. Punk post hardcore can email. But it's also very the guitar. I was thinking there was going to go in the direction of like an inner poll. Kind of A nod interpol which it was. The guitar was too. I heard it at string that the the bending the string while you're picking the one note thing that that's big time Interpol right and his voice nods to paul bank at the very beginning of the song and they want it all comes in. Yeah that's what i'm saying like at first i was like okay as doing interpol but then the rest of the song is straight up early. Two thousands email unanimity. So it's an interesting mashup like emo and post punk. You know i. I gotta say man. I think it's more so for people around our age when we were talking with the jol fruit back earlier this year we were talking about you know that golden age of emo post punk in the early two thousands. We were perfect for that. I always get excited. When i hear bands that are still going strong with with that style of music and building on it and he evolving it. These guys are a perfect a perfect example of that. Yeah so as the rest of it. Like that i mean. Do they flirt with interpol for the entire record or is that just that one trout. It's it's more that just as track. The rest of the album is just a solid posted for Very dark those lyrics man are haunting due to me. And he's just fighting with these inner demons and i can tell you man that font face the comeback. That's yeah kind of same thing with exchanger. Things like that. Font face. seventies eighties. You know he added anyway. Sorry man we gotta move along here. So here's the struggle that i'm gonna have okay is that i don't have a. I don't have an email song my list. But that's not at sorry what i was gonna say is that a mix tape doesn't have to flow. You know from one one genre into another song that matches the genre right for to have a good flow. See if you can keep us in the same head space right to i write. I'm trying to think of like that song. The melody of that song. The keyboard and stuff. I think i have a good pick. I wasn't planning on playing this so soon right and that's nothing we need to know. This is not an order of favorites right because of the nature of the way. We're doing this So there are some that. I would rank higher on my list. That might get played sooner. But it's okay. 'cause i wanted to flow. This is all about the flow Okay so mitchell. If you're listening which. I know you are you're gonna fuck in love. This track did and this record. Here's why there is a record. Label called third. I'm sorry not third it's called magnetic. I records and they got on my radar because they put out a they put out a cover album for alison chains dirt. Now that's not. What i'm playing knuckling attract from that one but that's how this record label on my radar. They put out this year. A alison chains dirt. Cover record with a bunch of different artist. One of them being chemists which. I'm a huge fan of that Stone or metal. A metal band. So i went to their website to see like. Is this something that they as they do. Right turns out yeah. That's exactly what they do there. A record label with their own artisans like that but they also have a bunch of these famous like well known records. That have covers right. I'm fucking Rambling here long story. Short they put out a black sabbath. Cover album to actually. One of them was Volume four which is like the fourth sabbath record and then they put out just a best of sabbath and twenty twenty and this is last track on this best of Record and it is one of it is a song off of their debut record which we talked about in. It's a band called saint karloff. So these guys are from norway. They're a psychedelic. Heavy stoner band inspired by sabbath heavy blues inspired And their cover of this particular song so on be record. there's a song the very last song on the record is kind of like a three parter much like fleet foxes q. Awfully boxes does that right. Sabbath has a song they have. They have a couple of songs on their debut record. That do that. This one is called a bit of finger sleeping village in warning. It's these three different songs. Saint karloff covered sleeping village. And i i feel like we have to play the opening moments from the original sabbath song so that you can fully appreciate How like what they did with it. So if you don't mind you. I don't mind at all brother okay. So here's the original Bit of finger sleeping village warning By black sabbath came out in nineteen sixty nine nine hundred seventy nine hundred sixty nine. I use not trust spotify. Huhne's took with my guns. I know this sixty nine Saratoga raw urban tough a qc. You heard the basic melody right. It was that kind of like first of all there's no drums right It's kinda like that mouth harp funny but it's more like it's a little bit slower right on what they do with. That fucking. blew me out of my chair. did around because if you're sabbath and you you're so intimately familiar with their first record like i am hearing a new take on. It is fucking amazing when it's done right and these guys did perfectly so here. It is saint karloff covering sleeping village. Those guys do it justice and then some right. That's what i'm saying like. They re imagine it but in in such a natural way you know what i mean like yeah is the funny thing is when you look at pictures of these guys there. It's very much like these crunch. Revivalists you know. Are they dress exactly like like the guys wearing bell bottom jeans and shit. You know what i mean. So i guess if if you're gonna pay tribute to that era you might as well like lean into it right but Anyway just This record and i was wrong. Did i kept saying that. This record came out in sixty nine. He was recorded in sixty nine. Did come on. Nineteen seventy but Yeah this this Record put out by magnetic i Was to commemorate the fortieth anniversary of this record But it it has a wide range of sabbath tracks on here so there's fifteen renditions of classic sabbath tracks all from up and coming new newer do metal bands right like these guys so it's really cool your fantasy with you have to listen to it. Basically have no choice Anyway awesome so. How does that tie into your first pick. I don't know too much brother. If you if you if you squint it can be like maybe seattle are tied together. But now you have to. You got a pair off of that queue. So i have a feeling you don't have anything that's where near that i don't but i've got. I've got something in the post punk vein Once again and travis center. You're a fan of this plan. Your fan of this album and before we jump into our next pick. Let's take a quick break so the artist is fontaine's dc. Irish post punk a do remember being blown away by this. When you shouldn't yeah did not bringing another song from the from the album so this is one of my favorite albums of the year. Hands down no questions asked. The album is a hero's death and it came out in july of this year at the very end of july. This is their second full length. So i brought the song televised. Mind too No filler few months. Back i guess it must have been around august probably so i'm going to bring another non single from the so the thing with this dude like i don't necessarily have a favorite song or like this to me is just like a favourite album all the way through for me. Yeah so it made the list because it's just a phenomenal album. That needs to be listened to all the way through So this is a song that is a little bit towards the end of the record. This is track nine again. This is a an irish post punk band. Called fontaine's dc. The album is a hero's death. The song is. I was not born quiet on inside. Togo me asked me not any your badge sleep. You sleep soon as i love his voice man. I love everything about this. Pan did yeah. We'll so from what. I remember from televised mind like it has a different has a different vibe than than televised mine. But which is great. I love what i like about it. Yeah the whole albums like that man. It's it's it's kind of like what we always say about spoon. You know with spoon being so different from album to album from track to track its spoon. All the way through with fontaine's demand man. Like i mean there's there's moments of just heavier punk there's moments of almost like i dunno like maybe talking heads. There's a little bit of A here's some spoon vibes in the guitar. Riffs and a lot of these songs to which is what. I really love about it that that particular guitar. Riff is kind of like an all rock thing almost like now. You can hear a little bit. Rem in their. You know a little bit But yeah it's not. It's not similar to what i remember from televised. Mind which is a good thing because like he's kinda like with with spoon. You wanna ban that have some variants to them but still be at like to their core leg have have their own unique sound stuff. Yeah abandoned for bank and pull that off be wildly different between tracks on the same market but still be undeniably the same band you know. That's that's the mark of a good band. You know man. This album is phenomenal. Dude is like one of the most memorable albums of the year without a doubt all right brother song number four. What you got for us. I am blowing through all my rock tracks here Which is fine. But that means the next couple of weeks next. Few weeks can be Interesting see. I knew what i was doing when i when i started this office. Stay inside. I knew we were gonna kinda blow through the the rock tracks real soon here. But that's all right. i mean. Does that mean you have a wide range of tracks on your lips to okay came so this band. I wish i remember exactly when i brought this band to the pod But this was a what you heard. This band was a wizard that this record But this band Now they've been around forever right the been around for a long time There have been around since the nineties. Their last record came out in nineteen ninety eight so it's been that long since they put out material and that's what made this record so surprising to everyone because ninety eight was twenty twenty two years ago so they dropped the record this year in july Out of nowhere. It was a surprise release. They did they put out on band camp. had they been together this whole time they. They've done like they've done like touring and festivals shows and stuff like that here and there like throughout but you know they haven't put anything out since ninety eight which is astonishing right but there been kind of rumors you know ever since two thousand sixteen that there was going to be another record like a fourth record And the wait is finally over. If you're a home fan. You were delighted with this record. Let's just put it that way. So this record is called inlet. And if you're a fan of home it gives you exactly what you want which is eight new home tracks but they they sound. It's kind of the same thing that we're talking about here. It's undeniably But it is different in a good way. It is an evolution of kind of what they did back in the nineties. Which was shoe gezi. Grunge all rock khanna stuff read this track in particular that i'm playing is over eight minutes long and a lot of the record. They'll all the tracks on this record or on the longer side of things. So they get the progressively. We'll slapped on them too and that goes back to their their record. The ninety eight called downward is heavenward. I was the last one. They put out where they had these longer tracks. It's a little bit different than most bands from that era. You know but anyway we're gonna listen to attract the summoning and i'm just going to put it this way. I'm gonna put this out there. What's cool about this track. His record is it's Doing home but the are introducing sort of this like stone or metal slower kind of heavy guitar riffs to the mix which is a little bit different than what they used to do. So that's what's great about this So anyway this is called the summoning. The band is And the song to crank it up to ten q here. We go Good dude you know what i love about. It was that. I mean these guys are are you know. Og right. it's all these brand new bands coming in that her plan off of these guys you know and learning from absolutely changing it up just like Do you brought so many bands this year to no filler. That are in that same pocket. That are doing it their own way. You know Thinking what soul blind. So blind was a maybe last week and then the week before that was was the ban Fake is and then of course narrow head. I bet there justice stokes to be here on this new stuff coming out from you. Know these twenty. Somethings and so then now. They're just like you know what it's time it's temper another album. Let's rip the lid off this thing. Well as works as here. This is interesting is interesting point as with the comeback albums from sleep and i think i've talked about sleep before this i guess maybe slow dive. My bloody valentine and american football. We've talked about just about all four of those. I think this guy's speaking to the fact we've done one hundred fifty episodes like it is kind of interesting that we've we've covered. We've talked about a lot of rock. Artists Inland is inherently decadent for people taking two decades to create about fifty minutes of outrageously luxurious guitars. That's one part of it. This has her but has little interest in making an event out of their return declining to do any press or even provide lyrics. So that's one thing about hamas that they're kind of known for not being not being too at liking the limelight. That much like they had. They had one single kind of blew up Back in the nineties called stars. that's their record. You'd prefer an astronaut came on nineteen ninety five and they can Famously had some funny like pr moments and stuff like that with. They went on like how stern and he didn't seem like they were. They didn't really care too much about you. Know the classic rock band doesn't doesn't like attention thing right but anyway i guess they picked a good year for further new record to come out as you know. You don't do know concerts happening right now. There's no although shit. This is a ban. I would have gone and seen because i'm sure they would've toward but you know if you're abandoned doesn't like press you know twenty twenty s by a good year for you right is to. It's a few zoom calls. You're done anyway so that was The record is called inlet. That song was called the summoning and q. You're going to bring us home here with the last pick aren't you. Yeah and i'm gonna purposely. Mix it up did okay. Don't throw us a curve ball. So i have mentioned these guys a few times. I feel like on this podcast. Earth king earth gang my favorite hip hop band since i first heard them which i feel like it was probably if not at the beginning of this year. I'm i may have heard them late last year. But i haven't known about them for too long and they've been around since two thousand eight they've been around for a while It's two dudes. They go by johnny venus and dr dot. But here's the thing. There are part of a larger collective That they actually the founding members of and that collective goes by spillage village and all the artists that are under this umbrella. they're just phenomenal. And they're all putting out amazing stuff right now. i'm a big fan of j. Id part of the collective Dream ville which is another one. That's another collective Anyways man they all chances are if any of these guys releases their own album earth gang will be on there. Other people from the collectives will be on there so they all just kind of work together they just released their debut. Major label album is a group In september so it's not that not that old did late. september actually ask for. This album is called spillage. And it's up there for me top five albums of the year hands down so I'm gonna play one of my favorites off the record So again the artists collective is spillage village. The album is spillage in the song is called mecca only table off span. Know look death-toll wait time hoping that aggressee with alia me mother earth. Look bad news and top of babies. Some freedom super. Won't you follow me but don't need whole where uh-huh happened one. The morgan jt. She's patty she cars. Just another black man episode of bone. Initially nothing you could do a better player though. Back on a jew by oshii gu moon. I'll be trying to tell me to stop. Watch me front can be mad. Lion strapped betty issues law. love it. it's a great track. Yeah did you know. I was thinking now. Like that's one thing that brock and roll doesn't like they rarely have like the collective of artists. Yeah usually with rock band. It's a it's a band in that. That's what i mean. There'll be you know there'll be super groups quote unquote quote right. Come out and put a record out to mike that where. It's you know this guy from this band. This girl from that ban kha thing but like i like that idea of like earth. Gang is a collective of musicians and they all do their own separate thing right. Well yeah spillage. Villages is the main group earth. Gang is just the two guys. This forms spillage village. It's really cool man. It's very similar to The group the internet remember. I talked about them. They're kind of a different flavor. This you know new kind of hip hop soul stuff. They all support each other and pop up on each other's records. And yeah it's it's more of collective kind of thing But yeah the whole album is amazing. It does kind of bounce around as far style goes and that's another thing i like about it. I think it's j. d. Who brings guitar work. There's a lotta great guitar moments in the album most of the songs follow the standard verse chorus format. They i you know. You don't always see that a lot in hip hop albums And there's a thing that they do at the very end of the record. Actually i wanna play a little bit of it. Do just to kind of show you just what these guys do so Here is the very last track on spill spilling the song is called jupiter A la la the Man if it wasn't for that like funky bass they added because it sounds like it could be you know iraq a track off the full pop band. Yeah and you can hear like every single every single person that makes an appearance on the record shows up in that last track. Yeah yeah the whole album. Has that kind of gospel. Church revival kind of feel and a lot of the songs are about you know coming together. You know working through our differences with all the crap that went down this year share very important record. I think it really really special album. I feel like in in the world of hip hop. But i don't really know you know have not like a huge hip hop fan. That's the thing. Like i'm i'm i feel like i'm still got training wheels on their flirting with anyways. I feel like that's a great way to in the in the first episode. So another thing that we thought would be fun to do with these episodes was to bring four of our favorite musical moments from twenty twenty and just kinda talk a little bit about it. And if there's youtube link or something we'll play it. Do we know what we're talking about today. Now we don't know because we picked we pick five moments like we have our list. Yeah we know which one we're going to end on but the beyond that Let's let's talk about that performance from tom. York okay cool. I think that's a good i- good pick for the first one. Because i think that happened relatively early on This year so let me look. Let me see if i can find that. So that was Tom york appeared on jimmy fallon earlier this year. He played a song. okay. It was in april april. Twenty ninth the song that he played a new song Probably the first time. I played a alive. Perhaps this called plasticine figures and this is kind of one of those things that we've talked about before with what makes twenty twenty so special beyond all the craziness. Right is that we we would get these moments. That wouldn't have happened in any other year and this is one of those performances. Because it's tommy with a very very intimate performance because it's you know straight on webcam. It looks like he's like you know a small room in his house or something like that probably like recording space from the and that's the thing to like he's more than likely he is in his house because most people you know everyone's warning this was back in april. He could be in the studio which something. Yeah yeah. I think he's i i. It looks like a as house. Yes great right. Because what else are we going to get welcomed into. Tom york's house the right. Yeah and on top of that dude like when you're an artist and you're you're bringing something vulnerable you know and sharing it with the world for the first time like you get to be. He got to be in his home and his safe-space. Whatever you know like yeah so it adds a level of yeah like you said intimacy to it and vulnerability So cool to the that we're able to. I mean we talked about that with when we did our fleet foxes episode where so many people contributed to their latest album People on instagram. You know People shared vocal tracks and to them over the internet and they were added to the to the album. That kind of stuff and just a lot of special moments like that. So you gotta you gotta focus on the on. The really great things came out of this year. That wouldn't have happened. Had not been for the circumstances that the globe found itself in right and this one of those for sure and this is a great track to to close out in episode. because it's i got senator. It's super intimate and haunting. Latino i over use that word. But tom york's vocals are are usually pretty haunting right and this is one of those songs that that definitely like hits. That hits that york itch. You may get every once in a while so anyway. This is a new song from. Tommy came out back in april and his his him. Performing it on jimmy fallon so yeah before we close out You can find us on our website. November podcast dot com. I'm not gonna say all this stuff about the website. Just there you can find all of our old episodes track lists she announced blah blah blah. You can also follow us on twitter at no filler podcast and up until the very last episode on this year end wrapup we are Soliciting are are followers on twitter to send us their picks of their favorite songs from two thousand twenty and then we're going to take all of those submissions and narrow down to like five to ten tracks and we'll do that as our final episode so hit us up on twitter. Yeah i i'm gonna pin that tweet to the top of our our page louis. Men were twitter. Professional at man only took us a one hundred and fifty episodes. Yeah no kidding. Anyway so Hit us up on twitter. If you have some songs yvonna submit for our consideration but Yeah and then you can also find us on the pantheon podcast network. Which is the podcast network for. Music lovers cue. That is our home. Pantheon podcasts dot com. And yeah that stat thousand. I five of our top. Twenty of twenty twenty. We will come at you next week with another five. Amorous gonna keep this train rolan. 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Masters of the Pyun-iverse: Cyborg Edition

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Masters of the Pyun-iverse: Cyborg Edition

"Hey welcome back back. Saying i'm steve. And this week. I got adami roast with me miles how you doing. I'm doing all right. I feel like. I'm really getting a feel for albert pune these days. That's that's the only feeling you really need in your life said valentine's day you wanna really experience love. You watch our pune movie. He'll teach you a thing or two especially if you like really like muscular women. That's kind of. That's kind of his thing. Also joining us. jack. Jack how you doing. You're representing the most fear women out there. You're the most muscular woman i know. Thank you. Steve was a trip to ohio. It was it was beautiful. I stayed at one of the fanciest. Hotels downtown columbus. With a beautiful view of a multi-storey carpark donning wonderful time was at the hyatt marriott. Aw the marriott okay. Classy is also had at curtains that spanned the whole length of each wall. It was like a coroner ruminated curtains. That run the whole length of the wall. Which makes you think that you have massive windows. But the windows are regulars is just just incredible. Views that columbus Cape right of multi storey car park and at the top of the building. Next door's aircon units. Just a beautiful. So last time. I was in columbus. I had to go there for work and was in. The back of an uber and uber driver was just like hey. So what's up with you guys to me and my boss and we're like what would it mean. And then she said are you brother and sister said no. She said so. You're married said absolutely not and king my boss was on that one you modulate your level of protests for that. Yeah yeah you gotta be a little careful. We're like oh we're here for for work love to do work stuff in columbus and then she said well. Do you want a good recommendation for a restaurant and said yes. Sure you can give us a recommendation. We didn't ask for why not as she recommended a japanese restaurant which she insisted had the best fettuccini. Alfredo she had ever had what in this is going to be more mid west. Like you gotta check out. Shoney's though i would have taken an applebees wreck at that point i i don't know what the fuck was going on there and then we're just trying to be polite or like. Oh you know. Thank you for your your fred fettuccini al sushi recommendation. And you know it's great. And then she said. What do you do it on sunday and we were like. We're like probably flying home sunday night. Like she's like. Oh well i was going to invite you to my church. That i was like god. If we're outta fuck it freeway right now. Just throw myself out the tour mid western sharm. Great you know. It's kind of an underrated moment. 'cause it's that's that's what the midwest is all about. It's just unsolicited. Kindly advice from people who give you the vibe that they want to chop you up and throw in their trunk so fair you gotta give that recommendation. Cho's who's gonna know. They could even get fettuccini at a japanese place as true. That's true. I wish i remembered the name of the restaurant because that entire experience was it was kind of those jarring. I've tried to erase it from my mind up until this moment but you and your damn columbus trip it just brings all these horrible memories back. Yeah speaking to horrible memories. Just kidding just kidding. We've been on a journey with albert. Pune man so this whole thing started because we watched the cyborg trilogy of which albert only technically directed the first one and then we kind of come back to more pune and we had a great episode with justin glow on where we talked about. Basically all things pune pune pill. The masses was wonderful. And now we're back again because these two previous episodes have sort of converged into something new now. Albert pune make cyborg and as we discussed previously edited hacked to shit and released. And it's not his original vision. Additionally after the movie is released it's pretty successful and they go on to make two sequels that we covered but our pune had no involvement but at the same time that those movies were being made he was making his own cyborg sequels often his own universe but somehow it feels like the official sequels are somehow more spiritually tied to his original vision than his actual sequels. So i if you got like a white board right now you can kind of diagram this out. The whole thing is just colossally fucking confusing. What the hell is going on with this jack. Well yeah like you mentioned a cyborg came out before cyberspace and justin mentioned this. The the story is basically the executive saddened. Watch cyborg and sheldon leonard. Chew we might recognize a director of several van. Damme's films bernie good friend of his sat in for cyborg and he didn't like what he saw. He fails to slow. It wasn't action oriented enough van. Damme look like pussy so he called a van damme and he was like you need. You need to get on. This need to fix it and van damme. Basically coal his people whoever the hell they are and they came in they took the movie off. Pune they re it to make it more action oriented etcetera. And that's that's a cyborg. No which is kind of a weird intense movie that we've talked about before the i'm quite fond of but it is still quite strange but Was won't pune wanted. He later on went back and made his own version. Kind of reedited. His old work print into sparkling hd master of cyborg so basically at every time there's a new like cuts from like sparkling hd two like dog shit vhs vhs quality to really maximize the viewing experience. Yeah this is real. Bush league stuff is like like when people were passing around like a work print version of halloween six. Maybe like five ten years ago and they're like no this. Halloween movie is good. It is unfairly maligned. It's not a colossal pilot. Shed and then not only was still bad but it was. It was this bizarre cuts to shit with like time codes on the bottom and it just totally out of focus. This fixes. everything does not fixed everything so little rough around the edges like a worse approach than even that like. I've seen that version of halloween. There's a alien three version that does something similar as well but at least those have like the courtesy and probably because the director themselves did not assemble this work print cut and weren't that attached to material. They were just kind of putting in things that fundamentally shifted the focus and change the narrative to something that makes sense so. If you're watching halloween six work print cut. You're going to get like four inserts of this trash footage throughout the entirety of the film here in in slinger you've got about four hundred and most of them are just a slightly extended versions of scenes that exists. Like for no reason i. It's a bizarre choice as a re edited to the extra walking edition. It's it's a food genuine reedit. Which me and i guess part of this. Is that like the main thing pune wanted to do when it becomes apparent watching slinger is that he's film. His original asian film is a much more existential anguish. Slow film about a man kinda crossroads unwilling to take action because everything. He loves his died. In this post apocalyptic world that doesn't feature a play the plague from cyborg sparingly in their originally is revealed to have been late film edition. There's no plague in slinger. Just it's just post-apocalyptic Post-falklands and there's a satanic tribe wandering around. Who loved to cause mayhem. The name of satan and but but basically pune wants to to slow everything down to do that he. He added every single scene every colt. So it's constantly changing between and this this got unofficial release. I think germany was blue right which is probably the source what we watched. This is not an easy film to find. Just generally it's long out of print so Go look tracking it down but when you drag down brace yourself for. It's it's weird. It's jobs too but it's a little bit frustrating. That's like it just cuts to like garbage thing. Jesse can get like an extra like literally an extra four frames of van damme hanging off a wire or something. I think it also calms down from the start of the film. Like the start of the film is just ridiculous. Every single scene is just as inserted a few frames. It's why the fuck are we doing this. And there are things that fundamentally changes movie like. I was a little hard on cyborg compared to the two of you in the first episode here but i think that this answers a lot of my questions. A lot of which surrounded vincent clients character. Fender tremolo is like. I don't understand why they're modulating voice like this. What the fuck is the deal with his is. What's the significance of this character beyond hersely to vandamme and here that's all cleared up like he is this sort of agent to satan on earth like he is he is kind of. He's not just a random gang leader. We'll say he seems to be of tremendous significance. To this post apocalyptic world share and that is not clarified. It all inside. Yeah yeah it really. Contextualize is the john. Claude van damme is literally crucified in the later. Half this movie lake. Because before you're like oh i don't know where this came from but setting him up as a satan figure instead of say. Yeah like you said a gang leader. Yeah he. it's almost like he's almost a randall. Randall flagg from the stand type character. In this i would sit. And i think this version takes quite a bit from the stand even though ironically that is an actual movie that involves the plague but this one feels a lot more akin to something like that and then the sort of mad max clone i read the cut of cyborg is like this is not that. It's its own thing in a way. That is really refreshing to me like i was like. Wow i wish this movie existed. In a way that was that hacked to high hell either via studio or by pune after the fact with the earth's worst footage. Well that's i mean. You could say that about two thirds of our movies. There's so many things you watch like. That was good. And there's something genuinely great here it just. It just barely misses the mark. It's frustrating that yet. This is one of putin's slake fully funded efforts that he really didn't get a lot of those and he got kicked off so in the end his fullest realization of one of the film's where he had actual money behind him. Still looks like shit like it's still looks like coroners call. Just because he literally only had a work print worker. In which i'm guessing may have been vhs zoroaster the. I don't know how one he did like recorded off like it was a film work when he could only record in absolute like t ye quality standard definition. It's it's real fuzzy. It does not hold up well enough. So it's going to enforce it because the film it it really is. I think better from the biggest change for me am which is definitely worth mentioning is the soundtrack he reinstates. Tony ripple readies guitar sound track. Which was when you always intended robin as anyone Recall the soundtrack space like shitty midi casio keyboard kind of tones over the whole thing which makes no sense. Considering how insanely intense in that film is and we learned part of the inset the the intensity of that film cuts things are missing. So everything just seemed like ratchet from zero to a hundred's instantly at just like a playing like a crappy keyboard over talk so they they fix that here you that alone. I think makes slinger a better film. Honestly every all the other side I would agree. I would agree. I think a lot about slingers is better. I mean there are things that are. Don't work still. i mean issues. A lot of pune huhne's Weaknesses as well. I would say he has a great fondness for voiceover for certain and some of which is detrimental to a movie. That's trying to be a little slower more subtle at times. I i don't need vincent clients character. Dave of narration of what are your reason for living. This is the bank characters motivation. Ha funny because the one thing we do lose the dialogue is move later into the phil. But one of the passing of cyborg. Is i think the opening voiceover clients character about how the world has fallen into disrepair. And he's like under looking for cure. And you expect you would expect the voice over to say that's good and instead we realized the villain told me he's like why i like the pay you know like suffering and this is great. You know kind of immediate introduction to the phil that's gone in this that dialogue moved into an actual conversation clients adding with i get the guy who's trying to rescue rescue the upon a cyborg who is still mostly just a macguffin in this fill. She barely as you're going to lose the little impact. But i guess it makes sense that this is a slower kind of a slower. Rationing up film about vandamme and his pastoral kind of bucolic life nearly hacked with this woman and her children in a plantation style house and it all fell apart. Vincent clients gang murder. All of them is happens. Then it's about choices. They had a ton more footage in the final cut of cyborg of that pastoral home if you will and hyun cuts to that footage know totally different way than is in the interest cut. But he doesn't use the theatrical cuts like footage of that stuff. I i have no idea why. But whatever he cuts through it. He's cutting the fuck dumpster footage and it's like to work with the other cut of the film man used. This feels like pure absolutely like holding his own line. So i wouldn't be surprised with like a separate take of the same seen he's like. This take was bet is the take i would. You'd care another one looks clear and you can see what's happening in. This is the correct. Take for the film. Now that's where. Jean claude really. You know you can see that extra twinkle in his eye during that cut. That's that's why you gotta use the dumpster footage for sure where this suffers. In comparison to cyborg is the conclusion. I'm in not a not even like the climax. The climactic fight is enriched greatly by the subtext. Were given to this thing. But i'm also it's made shorter slinger. They get rid of the thing where he comes back to life for no reason coins carry out just kind of a bridge it which honestly works just fine. It's just that what follows that makes a little bit less accents. And by little i made lots. I guess is this whole thing about the cyborgs. Mission is not to cure the plague in this version obviously but is impact to restore technology. And that seems like a noble gesture. But there's actually some sort of conspiratorial element where they're trying to do both klein and van damme to escorting this person so they can basically utilize technology to restore power to their faction and kind of take over the earth that rule it as they would and so instead of this sort of noble ending prevent dams charactered where we're celebrating this hero which mission that was successful instead. It's a it's just like this super fucking quick thing where not even have like recorded. They have like vio dialogue. So they're just eighty airing over of them the mission but completed now we will rule the earth and fuck attack data quick at that we get this goddamn ridiculous thing that i assumed was the setup two nights but is in fact not all of a sudden we get like a fucking terminator. Come back a at the end of the movie. Use a full frontal nudity. Last just gotta lightning balls into the warehouse for the earlier fight. And you're like what the fuck is this. I got the oil would that i. I don't know what it was deuba. skipped i. Guess just check against. I made sure were end credits Right to the end of the file. That was like the first sequence i saw was like. Cg naked woman with like Robotic bits hanging out in this is something else no turns out that is now the work print that is. That is sean somewhere. All the things he shot knew it was that and i cured. Gulp elect overflow another move. We haven't seen it's it's also because the leftovers is later. Movies are all like green screen to hallam this. This is very clearly also green screen thing just got some woman. I guess straps some like aluminum foil to radyr or whatever there we go. So what. I what is perhaps most amusing to think of it as newly filmed is that it was it was surely filmed after nights was wrapped. This is film well after the existence of the sequel to this film. But this is what he uses a coach. Yup banks perfect sense. And then the intro. Tonight's as we get there eventually. I don't necessarily wanna bully. But the intro nights mentions this unknown twenty-first-century cyborg. And i'm like oh that must be that full frontal nudity woman. It's no no it. Is this part. What i love about putin i mean. It's kind of endearing cuts. I mean i've seen enough shitty genre films and sequels that honestly you come to understand that like sequels necessarily following up on a universe or an idea or giving the audience. What promised is often kind of boring and stuff. I kind of like the way that pune kind of promises things then just doesn't do them or go. Like if you know. Spiritual sequel. Heavy air quotes. Sorta like it's not like spiritual sequel in that. It has the same title as the first one with a twos doug after whatever but you know. It's kind of endearing that he just he. He seems incapable of of reining himself. Vein when he when he moves onto the next film. It's it is. It has to be whatever his idea is at that point. He can't help himself. So yes a like noise is has almost nothing to do with cyborg at what does have to deal with. Cyborgs arguably more distracting and confused. Like maybe the most distracting and confusing part of the whole movie. 'cause it's you know because it is literally just title text on the screen for this character is actually the great granddaughter character. And that's it no other mentioned and also just make sense because it's two hundred years in the future so a great granddaughter would not be two hundred years on unless life expectancies are like shrink. She longer in the post apocalypse. Yeah and it mentions that twenty-first-century cyborg. Which is chris. Christopherson 's character. But i'm like when the fuck is. What does this month to be taking place like this twenty first century the distant past the utah. I have no ted lieu. Whichever is most interesting to you is pro dancer. I'm and also vincent climbed plays. Vincent klein's great great grandson as well below the third who was not named fender tremolo the third throughout the rest of the film but in fact they i he pune. If pure had had had his way it would have been which is makes Against head like you cannot call this guy fender. No that's where we draw the fuck. Why why would to give a shit issue given everything we know about noise link. Honesty why would you draw a line at the name of the characters in the film is an absolute odyssey like is such an all of the of americans Are we done with cyborg. Yeah i'd say so so we move on here to what is technically cyborg to in the universe s and you may know this as nights sure played on cinemax quite a bit in the mid ninety s or you might know it as the alternate pune cut title kingdom of metal. No matter what title you know what by the it looks like shit because no one's taken even five minutes to clean this bad boy up which is a shame because i think this is one of the purest pian films ever made at. Let me let me give you a little little taste here. I'm gonna give you a little taste from the trailer. Dark arc's So in the future you've got kris kristofferson sexual robot debonair man who's he's pretty old at this point and you've got a buffer lady and they team up to kill lance henriksen and his vampire robot friends and the way they do that is kris. Kristofferson teaches the buff lady how to fight like she's in crouching tiger hidden dragon. The end is that right is pretty. I get it to point this against fall on from my previous toll on thinkable to meet this. This was matic put together in any holy. I'm fully in agreement with am johnson. The clue who point out in his book on albert puny says this is unamerican. Fill and ease which in nineteen ninety-two. He made a wishaw film which is insane Flying action here. Is that whole chinese kind of soap genre of like flying. Anti gravity swordsman kind of traveling around. Is crouching. tiger hidden dragon was what ninety nine thousand nine or so or two thousand and one. I guess you know like a huge was a huge hit. Massive hit Insane that it was such a success but that was like the exception that proves the rule that generally speaking western audiences for some reason wound not accept that kind of stylized form of action where characters you know kind of flaw and they jump on the way they fight while they're flying etc crashing swords and things and they name older moves you they tell you the form of come food or using etc name often in the middle of the fight. They'll just tell you what moved there on their unleashing. The crimean attack they exactly. It's a very specifically shy knees genre of cinema and the idea that number again and it just seems he cannot help himself in one thousand nine hundred ninety two just inside like yeah i could. I could make one of these. And somehow isn't he made it possible in like the middle of the nevada desert okay. There's there's nothing here there's just like it's just dirt. It's dirt for ninety minutes. There's no there's no change of scenery. I think at one point for a single fight there in a wooded area for like ten minutes other than that. It's it's probably a single square mile in nevada or like bar sto california just dirt this. This whole thing is cheap as shit looking okay. But it's great it somehow great. This is super engaging nothing about this movie makes sense in terms of why it's so entertaining but the action moves along. Christofferson is is really good. Even though he's in his his post like late nineteen seventies people. Just stop giving a shit about him. So there was You could you could get yourself a discount. Christoffersen nineteen ninety-three and he's fantastic lance hundred. Always good as a villain here. He's he's great. And i think it's all the little touches that they even with henriksen the fact that he's got some weird like claw arm thing going on also. It's all stupid as fuck like i cannot emphasize enough. Just how silly it is. But that's why it's great. This is the joy of this journey to the cinema of our pune is that i now know that. In point someone made it will show action film in america in the desert starring lance and kris kristofferson mad lib cinema just nothing makes sense in atlanta. Henriksen is particularly fond this because he's really channeling his like pit and the pendulum. Stuart gordon like just insanely just like stern in the midst of film. That's not anywhere near a stern as he is at its. It's a kind of very fun. Set up his vampire. Clo- accuracy the cyborgs of future and use human blood to survive past their their original intended lifespan. So it's it yet. The story doesn't make any sense. If you try no get out it kind of falls apart real quick. I think it makes even less sense. If you watch the pune director's cut quote on all the best part. This is the greatest directors cut of all time. Okay there's nothing at all except for there's like a weird prologue like scrolling text and then anytime a character comes on screen. There's text underneath them. That's like oh yeah that's so and so they're the grandson of this person that so and so they're totally related to this person from the first cyborg so these movies are in the same universe. Just trust me prologue though is is just the on film prologue which i. It's not like it's set up like a fucking seen. How exactly did you to fill the energy. Because it's it's absolutely the energy of just like they wouldn't let me do whatever i wanted to do on a mad about it but also in the prologue Evident that maybe. They didn't let him do whatever he wants to because he wasn't entirely certain what he was going to do at that time they were like. We're not your market and also the the explanation is more or less everything in the prologue cannot be shot in a desert. Therefore you are not allowed to do this based on your current budget constraints as i understand the prolonged it is that the initial research from cyborg led to the construction of twenty cyborgs. Who had a power cell that lasted one year. I don't even remember what the plan was to send them out to do. Something about the fuel satanists or something. I don't the they had. They were to go out and restore order using their technology. I guess they would've. They would've knowledge of technology so they could. They could rebuild the world but there's fantastically within the open school there like and they were all named biblical names such as job. Simon john excetera with like twelve twenty was choice now. Yeah but then the evil brick bardo who again pune i get you to use this name. But that is a character in cyborg and surely not to save character giant muscle. Man just decided he was gonna fucking get into cyborg construction but brick bardo. Kristen's himself the master builder and corrupts all the sideboards by making them feed on human blood. And that's the plot. I guess then couple of hundred years pass we have the extra cyborg who is who only has a one year. Power supply was built by the master. Builders at adversary. None of this. We see this is all in the prologue text he builds gabriel which is also biblical name. I don't know if you guys knew that. That's the rep. abriel playboy. Kris kristofferson is charged with killing the twenty other cyborgs at a year with his power supply. And the reason he can do this while these twenty sideboards lay waste to the entire world is because he's aware of the crimean attack. Which so far. As i'm aware involves kicking them or something that Ego forget the the mon- block offensive in partnership those two things are excellent for killing cyborgs. And they basically employ themselves in display boards. Heads vulnerable so if you jam a knife in their dolly where you would think with the entire population of the earth that someone would have tried to damage the head of one of these cyborg knowing guests that the way to kill someone effectively is to stab them in the head thinking about this phony cubans. They would've figured that out until a star was born chris. Christopherson figured it out gonna get back to its fall. I guess if you can get chris christopherson for this sort of thing that adds gravitas. But it's very strange casting for like back. Ultimate weapon against the cyborg. Because he's he's an old man he helps the print. It looks like shit because it's clearly a stunt double for seventy percent of his screen time when he's fighting you know. Oh yeah 'cause real christopherson. He looks like your uncle that like smokes weed in a garage and listen to pink floyd records until his wife yells at him like that. Is it again at the end of this movie. At our main character just straps legless kristofferson onto her back in a backpack and then he gets a sword and then they continue fighting together. Which is Insane like where else are you gonna find. The action says he's in an american movie. It's there's like the really is a genuine wealth of imagination. Here and part of it is just like the bowl step pune had to just basically make a film in show on that just literally doesn't exist in the west and just kind of follow his own instincts and have atlantis got like things were like character will jump. And then they'll just appear the top of a mountain like jump into the frame and it's like this. Oh all the movement is in an ended which is like murray typical of particularly like king whose work and we whoever would have thought that king who and albert goon would like mesh together. The master craftsman. And the guy who's made some stuff it's it's it really is a fun film. Made like steve. It's just a really entertaining reenter. You don't you don't really have much to stop. And wonder why the fuck is any of this happening. Yeah yeah it's a lot of it is due to the secondary characters from. I'm cathy long. Is ostensibly becomes lead. Even though it's more like focused on christopherson initially kathy long is picking up that physicality end of things that vandamme left. Obviously but and she's like a kickback. She didn't have much of any film career but she's actually quite goodness. I think and the other thing is again. Henriksen is having some fun. But he's also half there and His second command the guy who plays simon scott paulin news mainly a tv actor but he is. He is happy to be in this fucking thing. He's having a copy of meals and a lot of pureness work. He he shows up a lot of roles appearance films. And i think this is probably one of his best. 'cause he's he's this is the grinning hottick cyborg right. That's and having a good time. And he's got like fun pretty good makeup actually for as to get his nose instead of damage in. It's like shows which looks pretty good onscreen considering the quality of the print channel emphasize how bad the print looks. Yeah one of my like false with this is where it kinda fell from is that i almost wish that paul was playing the main villain because when he exits by halfway through you kind of lose some momentum because his performance is just pure energy. Yeah yeah absolutely ended also worth mentioning one of the other cyborgs. Is gary daniels who they also really. I don't even say a word in this movie. I don't recall if he does. He just shows up and does a couple. A couple of split kicks in then dispatched. I have not met this. This is it's i. I don't know if there's a single tv american movie in the nineties that you can compare this to complete aberration like frankly this this is something i think that genre film fans really have to seek out. Just take a look at themselves because this honestly is like such a doesn't rewrite the timeline because there is no time. Line to sean but the fact that even just exists at all. It's like just as weird blip on the radar american director video television cinema. So if i had to compare this to one thing. And i think this is a good touch point just to give you an idea if this is something you might be interested in I recently gave jack a dvd. That i got from the dollar store of a movie called the crippled masters about a guy with no arms and a guy with no legs who team up and fight hopping vampires and evil people so plastic inclusive cinema. Yeah if you like if you like. Jackie con movies from the late. Nineteen seventies just the absolute like lowest level weird exploitation kung fu cinema. This is your shit okay. It's it's weird. It's fun and it's it's dumb but i mean that in the best way when i say dumb i mean you know it's turn your brain off but just let it wash over. You don't think about anything too hard because what is on screen while it looks like shit because this is like a vhs tape but it's good stuff so highly recommended all keep an eye out for tim thomason as well. He's he's in there for like thirty seconds. Sitting around and talk about the the end of this film was well because it opens with. We're prologue does like here's the things they wouldn't allow me to shoot and then it ends with the voice over of like we had to venture out to go to. I can't even remember like cyborg city to you know. Finish our quest. Does the third move in. Cyprus trilogy pickup from that point. Let's find us because there's a thing where it's even more complicated than that. Because she has a brother that is introduced in the prologue in the actual prolonged at the unfilmable pro catalogs character has a brother who she separated from at some point offscreen and she recognizes that this kid. She runs into later in the film as her brother. The ages do not add up. Let's not try to make that work but apple scam. Who must be your brothers. Got the same birth burke and the evil master builder. I'd guess brick bardo. He's really at the movie but he just gotta shows up in the last ten minutes and doesn't i don't speak talking about. Don't have a line in the movie. I don't even think the main villain movie swoops in and as goofy helmet and steals the brother and takes the brother to cyborg cities. So you're like oh this is something up. No now never got. Hey we don't get any. Yeah this is this is our pune to see. Because it's this just genre film grab bag that ends with a setup for a sequel and you get a sequel but it has nothing to do with debris movie instead you get a little something with rutger. Hauer called omega doom girl. Howard back science fiction thriller the world powerful vision of our future neutrons got interest. And then the killing stock. So what we watch the original cyborg a few weeks back. I half jokingly but mostly seriously called it like yo jimbo and then. I made the same comment when we had just an on and his response was just wait until you see omega doom. Has you covered. Li literally omega tomb is it's yo jimbo with two gangs of cyborgs. At a cyborg in the middle we're cyborgs to pune standard. I think they're android most all of them but this is this is androids and cyborgs. Those that's the warring factions. I believe yeah at least pune pune leg tries to watch it away like cadaver parts and like well. I guess that's gray area. I don't know what you'd call it. I just want to jump back just very previously and just mentioned that it is weird to me and typical of the chaos of all of this. That night's funes part of his own. Cyborg trophy she points towards a slight board city and then the official cyborg three the recycler which he had nothing to do with hasselbald Which is correct. And it's the same with cyborg to where the end of of pune cyborg cut slinger points to a tech overthrow of this unruly wasteland is then somewhat depicted in cyborg to in a way that this is certainly not depicted in nights very strange at all these things you can i guess for her ferber connection in cyborg to glass shadow. The non pune film. There is an explosive injected into the character body which is a plot. Point albert putin's nemesis. So i don't know stealing from hugh at this. Point is just absolute just all over the place and cinema is ongoing conversations man. It's just movies speaking to movies bringing other. Yeah meta textual stuff but getting back to a mega do i. I kinda like this movie. And again i kind of like the first all. I think it's worth mentioning you know since we're doing this in the context of the official cyborg trilogy in the albert pune cyber troje all of the pune films i think are better than the official films person agreed an an omega. Doom is maybe my least favorite of this three. But it's still a really odd film because it is it's like a really it's a really slow leaden paste ange in like anxiety driven chamber drama about. Just it's it's got a cast of like eight people a pretty much remaining knowing. I guess there's like three like three gangs of three cyborgs. And then three people in them or to gangs of three cyborgs three characters inbetween on around many of the characters. Don't say anything and they just basically are all just hang around the story line here effectively. Is that there is a cache of their Supposedly like a secret. Massive store of guns bereaved somewhere in earth. In this post apocalyptic wasteland x. number of years after cyborg to which will never mentioned again has nothing to do with this notes. Or whatever you'd like to call it doesn't really matter and these works for. Some reason are hell bent on accessing these guns because they fear the humans are going to rise up again and they would go to defend themselves on the humans but the guns are like lost technology at this point so they need to find a store and but they're at an impasse these two different groups of cyborgs. Who are against two different like tech. Inspirations of cyborg and one of them looks like literally looks like the matrix at agents but this movie was made three years prior to the matrix. So you appeal. Always like weirdly. Predicting or kind of like coming in ahead of the curve on a lot of things at the same is often hard to give them recognition for because clearly. The ideas are never fleshed out in. There's a reason to still see did never catches on where does with other people because they have much more fleshed out ideas and but essentially there's two groups they're they're kind of like a stalemate where they are antagonistic. Children would like to kill each other but they don't wanna make any move because they don't want to reveal where the guns might be if they find the guns they don't want the other people to get in they don't want to get the jump on so they literally just stand on opposing square. Just stare each other menacingly me will rook hauer is android. I'm unclear on this. His memory is flanked by in a sword fighter. So okay by a gun. Yeah but but guns earn around and and that happens in the beginning and then we get to see. He's got like a big ass sword and like a cool knife that heathrow right he is the so and my takeaway is. It doesn't seem like guns are all that rare and even if they were i don't i don't get the idea that they're particularly necessary in this world. Like why does anyone need a gun. I think that it's it's briefly. Throwaway line about it. I think that the guns are not especially useful to the cyborgs. Their the reason that they want them is to keep them away from the humans because the humans are no match for them in close quarter combat. So that the fact that they could create a sort of distanced warfare with this weaponry would be potential danger. Who did this would make sense. Except for then the the added thing of in what kind of posts optimistic wasteland are there. Is there one store. Only preserved guns in that would allow you to overthrow cyborgs. It's it's a very thin narrative base and essentially rutger hauer one christine as of the man with no name at and basically sets both factions against each other. Plays them off each other. And in the middle you have an adviser who sees one appearance rate may be his most regular player repeating character actor who plays a character called beheads cause for the majority of the film. He's a disembodied head and he's basically comedy relief in this movie which is not very fond. He's not very funny and the movie doesn't call for comedy relief so it's confusing as to why he's there and then another woman who gets water the android stay like drink the water this she selling water. I don't understand half but not ice. If you ask for ice she tells you to fuck off. Negoti get water too far. I don't see it encouraged. Courtesy changing hands. But you would think that. It must sound like nominally nominee. She would be selling water but the androids are meeting and will pay for. Maybe i guess but what does she need the money for. Frankly yeah what does she need the money for and also why of the andrews not just taking over her wall her business if they really wanna frosty cold glass of water you know. I guess you could give the script in amount of credit in these behaviors and i. I do think there's something going on with this. Probably because it's remaking a smart film but i think a lot of it has to do with these machines unable to break their sort of programming loops like they don't have any need for these guns but their program to seek out the guns and then same with the water seller. She's she's there to sell water but she doesn't have any. There's no need for to khattabi at this current landscape but she's stuck in that routine. Yeah which is which is i think. Definitely the element film was going. But then you have the head who is like an educational roy to supposed to be a teacher who seems to follow no programming whatsoever at. Yeah he's really just. He's the audience surrogate effectively. He's there basically in the scenario far better if the head would just have been kicked off screen very early. It'd probably would help. But he's he's facing there to explain everything that wouldn't be. Programming is adroit at to basically provide ex-boss hog constantly so is he freed his programming. We don't know but rutger hauer effectively is free of his programming because he doesn't remember his programming except maybe at the end. And that's and that's. I guess you'd have to watch the movie to find out what happens. Seattle oh is he free of his programming or was his programming. Just overwritten with new programming. Break question I don't recall at this juncture. Because it's been awhile since i watched the movie. I don't think our pinault's one of the things at you know. I gotta say again. Like i find his films endearing but also like when you get into the nitty gritty of these these elements. It doesn't seem to matter which may be huge resounding recommendation for his work. Yeah it's like. He completes the mission of killing all of them. And then it's i don't know he winks with the camera. Leaves it sort of to to wander the wasteland. Some more at least doesn't promise the sequel. Which i guess so. There are no more cyborg movies. there's other movies. He makes what cyborgs but their their own thing. Like heat seeker which is like mortal combat with cyborgs. At you know. I think you touched on something. That's important with pune movies. Which is if you hold them to any scrutiny. Or think about the plot for more than three seconds the whole thing. Just sort of disintegrates. But that's the magic of his films and it's almost like a big fuck you to the whole like cinema sins. Perfect narrative makes a great film. That type film people like fuck all that on. This is all about mood. And just just the unexpected and pure uncut entertainment. That's what you get from an our abune film but at the same time if you may. He may falter narrative lee and a lotta times. It's just big ideas. That aren't out for one reason or another. But i will be damned. If for some reason omega doom has some of the most impressive technical shit that i've seen pune do and there's there's just camera movements that he seems to insist on that blow my mind because i can't think of why he would make these decisions but it's incredible it's total like i dunno it. He's subverts all of your expectations as a viewer. So there's a scene where it's just like a back and forth shot reverse shot of rutger hauer talking to one of the matrix robot ladies but the camera is rotating around rutger hauer in one direction and then it kind of swoops in the opposite direction around the matrix. Lady hundred percent unnecessary but completely compelling and it adds all of this like weird motion and tension and importance to an otherwise completely mundane scene. It's fucking magical. Yeah i think the value of pune to me is is. We've all seen a bunch of genre films and honestly they're mostly interchangeable and the idea. Is that the plot is not known. Remember the plot. No one cares about a plot. It's ideas and the tone like you say. And and that's that's what we have. Is that on on knocker. Forget the tone of omega. Do even if i don't even remember the basic plot three minutes efforts over this movie like really crystallized a lot of stuff for me it. It leans into some of his best impulses in some of his worst in ways. It's one of my favorite little tv. Tropes subs- Things for Albert pune is he uses road signs as establishing Constantly and this one really highlighted that forbade because he focuses on this sign in the ruins. That just says like old world. You're up i'm like why would consign every anywhere on her old world europe. I think this i will. I will bet any amount of money that he shot in an abandoned factory in like slovakia or like some like i don't know fucking eastern european theme. Park that celebrates old world. Europe was like a john. Deere disneyland or disney disney disneyworld. We're in we're in the old world europe section and that's where am and you know what that that she reminds because i believe in earlier drafts of this film was like a westworld concept that they were supposed to be theme park robots really interesting so that could although i don't know why they then biondi for guns but anyhow Which again will bring in the idea of them. Being bound program in doing unnecessary tasks am always that got pushed to the to the Recycled later in the westworld tv show which is about four thousand times more self serious than anything out repealed has ever made effort better or worse so Yeah who who knows but it is true. He does like 'em in cyborg. He's got that great Ended slingers greats. Like crossroads sign that the chocolate van damme will buy like promises. Like haven inhaler. I can't remember or something. He loves his signs. The the other thing is again. This is a fairly contemporary to movie. Slow as it albert pune movie gets what i've seen and i'm sure there's some chambered play nonsense. He did way back in the day that the will best this but it is a movie with themes it's almost a real movie. And then he makes a decision like i'll every time a character moves got sound like robocop stopping down and fucking main screen the whole the rest of the just. The atmosphere of oaks stalker. Kidding it's like bleak tar cops and shit but like you said oh here comes a matrix robot. Bit boop boop boop boop which is brilliant. It's such a great decision. Because firstly known of his other films by cyborgs in in the series or his own franchise or had satellite. You sideboards bottling robot sounds which would defeat the purpose of them as like espionage or like for like boy. Would you make a robot that looks exactly like cuban but if it just sounds like a robot time you could presumably making it look like a human is one of the hardest parts of developing the technology. And but it's it's such an odd touch enter remind me of course For for the art film folks. I mean it's like lancelot. Lock the result film which has knights in armor. It's authorian legend and every single movement. They make good here there. there are creaking. and clanking. and you know and it's a very decision brisson made through at the higher move Anytime anyone moves like A grown of the armor. And there's a reason he does that in that film. It highlights a lot of these kind of elements of of how we interact with the pastor. Visions of you know things. We wouldn't even think about it like the fact that if everyone's wearing armor then yeah there would have been a bunch of weird sounds going on let alone matic elements of vulnerability and so on your you can analyze. Why breath song does that till the cows come home. Why pune does the same thing with cyborgs. Really doesn't make any sense because everyone in the movie is a cyborg so you could just say that there's not like there's one person who revealed a human who didn't make those noises to begin with it does not particular reason to do it at carriers also acted like this very well some of them in this stage like doing the eighties robot. Dance on the dance floor like this really staccato movements to go along with it which again new robot in any of his other movies has made this so this is like many years in the future. These robots are like shittier than any of the ones in like slinger or nights. Yeah yup yup. That's said mark marco in the head their interaction really to be add like boy. I wish this wasn't moving. Marco's the some dennis rodman look an android is walking around kicking this head and the head of pune did not have the budget to really make this effect work at all. Any point during the no plus. The head can roll somehow. Which were i. Don't quite understand how that works. Yeah no it's. It's quite confusing. But i i do go back like what joel stern said fontana pew he like. He mentioned it. If this movie in like roshan on zee in any other foreign language but specially in russian. Because as steve mentioned it has this really heavy atmosphere to it like just as waste to us and honestly i think this movie might have been just a lot more popular even even if you change nothing else about if you just made it distinctly foreign to a western audience. I feel people might have had more if like it must be something because of you know 'cause it clearly wants to be read something i feel like there's there's that element where you know if everyone speaking in foreign than it becomes a little bit more worthy of you know digging into or if it's not one of these stupid you know just a bunch of english speakers ponson around which is been filmography of alpin Which was never taken very seriously until a select handful of people including ourselves decided to dive in. Trust me jack. I'm still not taking it especially seriously. Although this this film is it's not it's not rock dumb like nights or anything like that. It's also not as entertaining. But i don't know you wanna give me a samurai film anchored by rutger hauer. I'll take it's pretty solid. Yeah and i'd say for this era particularly like this like ninety six ninety seven rutger hauer this is probably the fillet man. I don't know if he was doing his best work back then so he's engaged very charming. He's a movie stars. Still i feel like i mean. He's obviously not looking what you did in the eighties. But you know still got the charisma. Go into this movie. Yeah he's well cast to. I think in that he is he combines. Kind of a kind of a arm with a kind of chiseled appearance like granted. Granite kind of communicates that he's like maybe not quite human but also could accurately talk you into doing stuff which is exactly his role in this movie. So yeah i mean it's it's a. He's a welcome presence here certainly and probably certainly i. I'm not sure it would have worked. If a one of putin's lesser rate players have been called in to fill in the part. Yup agreed agreed. Well boys think we got to wrap this one up. So that being said jack what he pulled over this week. I'm going to put over at a movie. I watched earlier this week and called equation to unknown. Which is a nineteen eighty hardcore gay porno so hard to those. Your every would feel like being serious about this film i am. I just heard about here and there. Apparently has been lost for a long period of time and was recently rediscovered or at least materials were found that allowed them to do full restoration. They've known this beautiful. Hd restoration of. It looks incredible. The film is it is hard core porn. There's no getting around that. It absolutely is that it is also this. Strangely quiet reverential atmospheric kind of treatment of own. We en- loneliness and kind of the vagaries of romance. What we romance brings us into but we also must exclude. It's really quite beautiful kind of strange film and really quite amazing as as a porno incredibly beautiful relocating credibly. Well staged 'em on just happens to be full of just a lot of guys just choosing on each other so am yeah. Check it out equation to an unknown directed by these credits. Dietrich delta but apparently francis savannah is the director. It's in french to. I don't know if i mentioned that game warned. Some courses database gotta be. That was like the best hard sell for hardcore gay pornography. i've ever heard my entire life often. But you know when you do us. I think he just went shopping during vinegar. Syndromes valentine's day porn sale. So i'm sure you'll be. You'll be giving us the hartselle and a few other soon. Plan all right Virus what he put over this week. I've just thinking to myself policy. Gotta be just thrilled. She decided to dictate that. We bring this segment bay. Are you not gonna be putting over gay porn and at i'm putting over the most Normally thing ever. i'm putting over internet hero rebecca black. She's she's owned this shit and she's backed baby Yeah give that Friday remix fucking. Listen because it is not normal. It's not what you expect it to be. She's she's out there making this like katy perry bubblegum pop and all of a sudden. This thing comes out like what the fuck is s like this. It's very affiliate backs on well to pune expirations in terms of a thing that definitely happened. But we're not sure why you're fridays back. Maybe rebecca way you rule. Yeah great rebecca. I know you're listening. And i just want to say that. There's there's something powerful about you know as a child you release something. And you're you're you're you're pretty much exploited dragged all over the internet for having the worst song ever and you weren't fully cognizant of what you're really creating at the time and here we are you comeback a decade later and instead of being antagonized by an audience as a child. You are doing the antagonizing. This is a very attacking his stick version of your hit song friday. So god bless you for this conceptual masterpiece that you've created omega doom. She's broken free from programming. Shackle a beautiful circle. This is great. I love how lincoln everything back together. That's that's good stuff. What am i putting over this week. You know i'm i'm gonna put over two things. I did this last time to do whatever i want. I played a lot of haiti's lately which i put that over but everybody puts it over. You know everybody's favorite game from last year it's it's really good. It's it's light. it's easy to play through. It's one of those rogue like games. But it's not the kind that just beats you to a pulp and makes you feel terrible about yourself. You actually feel like you're progressing and building towards something which is really nice so yeah haiti's great. You probably already know that. So whatever also because we're going full nor me with the exception of the gay porn. I guess we gotta balance things out here. Hardcore french gate for trying to help. Wherever again was we didn't have a rule that i'm not allowed to put over hardcore gay porn. He always should we not do that in future. No no no. I would actually encourage you. I would say more gay porn Gay porn feature. Perhaps next time. I hear boys in the sand is good. It'd be next sounds good. Yeah getting osama those boys. What's the opposite of hardcore french. Gay pornography. I would say probably a like a tom. Hanks movie from the early nineties. Kate hudson i think isn't it Sleepless in seattle. I watched that the other night. It's meg ryan. Meg ryan's meg ryan not kate hudson. Sorry kate hudson's in music my favorite movie by gates and other braid. Everyone's favorite movie by sia. Yeah it's number one in our hearts and minds it was nominated for two golden globes. How could it possibly be bet. I'm sorry meg ryan. It's good i don't really. I didn't remember anything about it and wanted to wash it. I was like yeah. Let's let's walk and do this and it's funny. It's really funny. It's now when harry met sally levels of funny but it's the same screenwriter. So it's that same kind of wave length and yeah it's it's really joyful. It's my favourite sub-genre of the romcom. Which is psychotic stalker that we endearingly. Just love so yeah. I don't know man if you want like a schmaltzy just pure saccharin romcom. So it's a good way to go. I have no complaints so yeah play a video game. Everyone's already played and watch a movie. Everybody's already watched or maybe gay porn. We don't know if feels this podcast right now. There's a couple of links that you need to be clicking on. The first link is take you to our tunes page and on there you can give us a five star written review. It's very easy. It takes three seconds of your precious precious time and it does men's help for us in our podcast makes us more visible and more visible. We are more people can find us. More people find us. Well the more we can do for you dear listener if you want to up your game and you wanna financially. Donate to us because shawn's microphone. 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"Welcome to ignition point showed. That's here to help you take the leap conquer your week. And chief your goals. If you're looking to amplify, your mindset with fresh, perspective and spark your momentum. You're in the right place. Hey, what's going on? I'm Stephen Miller. Thanks so much for tuning into this first episode of ignition point. I'm glad you're here. Every Monday through season one of the nation point. We will break down a monologue adapted from some of the best motivational speeches to discover the practical actions you can take to elevate. The awesome work that you do on today's episode appropriately. We're talking about fresh starts. You could be months into your journey or of already found success, but it many times through life. You'll be called back to square one. There's so many analogies. I could use here about pouring foundations laying cornerstones, but I'm not a freemason, and I refuse to be lumped in with the aluminum after only recording one episode. So that being said, let's get after it. Doesn't feel like the second. You figure anything out in life. It ends and your forces start all over again. Experts called these times of life transitions. Well, I call them terrifying. The world tries to distract us from our fear during each of these transitions by celebrating us, you feel a sense of having arrived. Like, you finally made it the applause eventually ends though. And it's time to exit stage left when I lived this reality, it dawned on me that I left it all out there with ferocity and commitment, but my hustling days were not over. In fact, they were just beginning. I'd spent my entire career the same way I'd spent my time in that spotlight. Just feeling grateful, but you can be grateful for what you have will also seizing the opportunity to demand. What you deserve in that moment. I did what I was taught to do. I kept my head down. I stayed on the path. And I got my job done. I was practically little red riding hood. You know, the story. It's just one of the many cautionary tales. We're told little red riding hood heads into the woods with strict instructions stay on the path. Don't talk to anybody. And she does just that it. I she dared to get a little curious and venture off the path then she encountered the big, bad wolf, and all hell broke loose. The message is really clear don't be curious or make trouble bad things will happen. But we know this is not true. You have the power to create truth just by believing. Something is true. I should've believed that I was the wolf take. This example, in one thousand nine hundred five wolves were reintroduced in the Yellowstone National Park after a seventy year absence in those years, the deer population skyrocketed because they were unchanged alone at the top of the food chain. They grazed away so much that the riverbanks started to erode once the. Wolves arrived. They hunted the deer their presence alone significantly changed the behavior of the deer wisely. They started avoiding the valleys and the plant life regenerated trees quintupled in just six years beavers moved in and built dams that provided habitats for authors, ducks and fish, the ecosystem regenerated, the plants stabilized, the riverbanks from collapse and the rivers steadied all because of the wolves presence the wolves who were feared as a threat to the system turned out to be itself. Asian are you picking up what I'm putting down here if we're feared as a disruptive threat to our system. We can also be a source of salvation society. Today is overrun with archaic ways of thinking about women people of color, the rich and the poor the powerful and the powerless in these ways of thinking are destroying us. They require disruption. You must commit to not little red riding hood your way through life. We must unite as a pack storm the valley and changed the whole system teams like wolf packs needing unifying structure in the best way. To create one collective heartbeat is to stab rules for your team to live by the only thing that matters is that you're all on the same page here. Three rules that I've used to unite my pack rule one make failure your fuel too. Many people don't know what to do with the gift of failure. They hide it deny. It happened reject it, and they end up wasting it. Listen failure is not something to be ashamed of. It's something to be powered by failure is the highest octane fuel your life can run on. And you gotta learn to make failure your fuel. I learned that in order to become my very best at anything. I would need to let the feelings and lessons a failure transform into my power. Failures fuel. Failure is power. You must embrace failure as your fuel instead of accepting it as your destruction rule to lead from the bench in sports their times and athlete is asked to yield playing time to others on the team. This is called getting benched at times, you'll feel benched you'll be passed over for the promotion taken off the project, you might even find yourself holding a baby instead of a briefcase watching your colleagues, then get ahead. You're allowed to be disappointed. When it feels like life's benched, you the aren't allowed to miss your opportunity to lead from the bench your presence. Your support your vocal relentless belief in your team from the bench can give them the confidence that they need to win. If you're not a leader on the bench. Don't call yourself a leader on the field. You're either leader everywhere or nowhere wherever you're put lead from there. Rule three champion each other. You always be the person on your team who's responsible for the win. And when you aren't you have to throw your support behind the person who is this can be difficult, though, Huhne's impeded against each other in competition since the beginning of time for a seat of the table. This is not your fault. But it is our problem. Amplify your voices? Demand seats at every table where decisions are made claim the success of one as a success for all believe in the power of weei over me because their victory is your victory. Celebrate it know what your team needs from you. If your team needs you to play the role of supporter or the role of teacher. You should do it. Eventually you'll be called to action to demand your role. There will come a time for you to say give me the promotion give me the microphone give me the respect that I've earned. I learned the most. Important lesson about this. When one of my sponsors surprise me to retirement meeting with their plan for a sendoff commercial their message was this forget me, they knew I wanted my legacy to be insuring the future success of what I dedicated my life to if my name were forgotten that would mean that those who came after me were pushing on to new heights, be careful what you wish for they forgot me. But being forgotten. Never scared me would scare me was losing my identity. I define myself as the one who always gave one hundred percent to my team a few months later, I became a partner apparent a business owner in an activist. I still give one hundred percent and I fight every day to make a better future going forward. Don't just ask yourself. What do I want to do? What you do will never define you. Take pause and ask yourself this. Who do I want to be who you are will always define you? There's so much great stuff to unpack here. But I wanna start back at square one. Because after all it's what we're talking about today at the beginning of the speech. We talked about cautionary tales when you grow up. You don't have to shift your perceptions, but you should want to see the world through fresh eyes right to be clear. I am not telling you to go all Johnny Knoxville on life. But you should ask the hard questions endear to defy what's template for you along the path all save you the Robert frost quote for later date. I mean after all this is episode one. But let's go ahead and dive into some of those practical actions that you can take for your week going forward. First and foremost, I wanna bring up looking at your past you should embrace it. Take on exactly what we said in rule. One. Make failure your fuel. You can do this this week by defining a moment in which you got knocked the Matt choose something that was not necessarily too early on to drive you. I mean after all if you choose something too early in your life as a moment of failure. You could end up fueled to just not disappoint your parents for once. And I think we both know that you want aim higher than that. You should know. It doesn't have to be an immediate failure just one that is relevant enough in your life to drive you doing this allows you to establish your intent and follow a new direction. The second practical action. I want to bring forward to you is to lead from the bench and take on that moment where you can support your team. I could get into the idea here of the egoists versus the altruism. But this isn't a philosophy lesson for you the root of that point is just that the ego ist is the type of person the likes to put themselves before the crowd. The altruism likes to put the crowd before themselves. And what we wanna do. Here's find it. Happy medium plays of support for that team. The point is that you have to put the team before yourself. But remember that you're part of the team if you're not a Lear from where you're put don't call yourself, a leader at all, right? You can lead from anywhere the proper action to take on this note is to look at your role on the team as it stands today. Find one way to make your presence felt. Support someone's idea back somebody up or had reinforced the entire vision that you all signed up for the third and final practical action for this week that I wanna recommend that you take is to materialize your vision. You will never be who you wanna be and you'll never achieve your goals unless you put them on paper. So who do you want to be remembered, this is the part that defines you? What you can do is make a composite of yourself. It can be lengthy. But troop he told brevity can be just as impounding then post it where you can be reminded of it every single day. I was reminded once if you don't like your lifestyle, you should look at your results. If you don't like your results, look your actions. If you don't like, you're actions. Look, your attitude, and if you don't like your attitude, you must look at your philosophy. If you use these points to reflect on you'll be able to amplify the outcomes of your actions, and publish an amazing blueprint for yourself. Don't fear going back to the drawing board in revising this blueprint, though, you're hustling days will never be over here. Ignition point our goal is to make a positive impact on the world. So if any of the thoughts we shared resonate with you or you'd like to help us improve please writer review for our show. Wherever you listen to great podcasts. You can join our community. By using hashtag ignition point on Twitter and linked in if you'd like to be featured on our next Minnie's owed of carpet weekend. Share your big win of the week with me directly by emailing. Stephen decisively dot com. We hold out until the end of each show to share who's inspired each week's ignition point in order to keep you curious and remind you to focus on the motivation, not the motivator this week's ignition point was adapted from Abby Wambach twenty eighteen commencement address at Barnard college. Remember to stay motivated and keep moving forward. If you put in the hard work right now one day, you could be the one motivating the world with year story before we go. I wanna take a second in. Thank you for supporting the show. If you enjoyed our first episode, please subscribe. So you can be the first to hear are new episodes when they drop every Monday for more about the show. Check out decisively dot com slash ignition point. I'll be looking forward to speaking with you next time on another episode of ignition point now get out there and win the week.

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The Best Teen Rom-Coms to Watch After You Finish the To All the Boys Trilogy

TIME's Top Stories

10:56 min | 2 months ago

The Best Teen Rom-Coms to Watch After You Finish the To All the Boys Trilogy

"The best teen rom coms to watch after you finish the to all the boys trilogy by annabelle gunderman when it debuted on netflixif twenty eighteen to all the boys. I've loved before the film. Adaptation of jenny hans blix selling young adult novel in many ways revived the teen. Romcom the sensitive and endearing love story between the introverted baking obsessed lyra gene covey lana kantor and the popular lacrosse playing. Peter convince katie. Noah's centenario captured the hearts of millions the third and final installment of the trilogy to all the boys always and forever dropped on netflix on february twelfth and follows larry jean and peter as they navigate college acceptances and relationship challenges ahead of graduating from high school. Luckily for jan fans her young adult novel. This summer i turned pretty is being adapted for television and is set to arrive on amazon on an as yet unannounced date while we eagerly await next project there are plenty of movies from the last few years that will inspire those cozy feelings along with laughter and maybe a few tears like to all the boys these films feature young people falling in and out of love fighting for their relationships and nurturing the friendships that exist outside of them here are the best teen rom coms to watch after you finish the to all the boys trilogy adaptations of young adult novels. All the bright places when we're introduced to the central couple in this adaptation of jennifer nevins bass twenty fifteen young adult novel. It's on balik terms high school student. Theodore finch justice. Smith is on a run when he sees his classmate violet. Marquis elle fanning about to jump off a bridge. He convinces her not to jump and the to form a special bond explored throughout the movie while definitely darker in subject matter than to all the boys as all the bright places tackle suicide grief and mental health challenges it is similarly built around a relationship to route for and has moments of teenage sweetness. And romance dumpling willow dean dixon. Danielle macdonald is a seventeen year. Old self proclaimed fat girl living in texas where her mother and ex beauty queen played by. Jennifer aniston runs the local miss teen blue bonnet pageant. Though willow dean cruelly nicknamed dumpling by her mother is comfortable in her own skin. She wants to shake up her conservative town and spite her mother by participating in the pageant. The adaptation of julie mccarthy twenty fifteen young adult novel is not a traditional romcom though it does feature a cute romantic subplot between willow dean and her co worker but a wholesome portrait of self love and acceptance with a soundtrack by dolly parton to boot love simon in many ways love. Simon is as conventional as teen. Romantic comedies a sixteen year old. Simon spire nick robinson is exchanging anonymous. Love letters with someone from his high school and is desperate to learn the identity of the person. He's fallen for but things are a little complicated. Simon is gay and he's not ready to come out of the closet at least not just yet. What ensues is a thoughtful adaptation of the twenty fifteen young adult novel simon verses the homo sapiens agenda. The first major studio movie about a teenager coming out to his family and friends. The result is a wonderfully corny and remarkably unremarkable. Romantic comedy with a gay protagonist at the center. Me and earl and the dying girl this quirky and quiet adaptation of jesse andrews twenty twelve young adult novel. Sounds like a real downer after all. There's a dying girl in the title. And she's a big part of the movie but somehow a movie about a pittsburgh teenager befriending a girl with leukemia. Not because he wanted to his mom insisted they hang out is not a sad one. This is a different kind of love. Story a touching look at friendship and death and all the small and weird moments that accompany growing up. The son is also a star. Chew teenagers who couldn't be more different unexpectedly meet in manhattan and have undeniable chemistry. Daniel charles milton is a romantic college bound kid while natasha yara shahidi is pragmatic sentence driven and on a mission to stop her family from being deported. The next day in this adaptation of nikola huhne's novel the star crossed strangers. Turned lovers explore new york city as they questioned the role of fate and destiny in their random and potentially life altering run in more high school love stories. Alex strangelove high school senior. Alex true love daniel to haney has big plans to finally lose his virginity to his girlfriend. Claire madeleine weinstein. But those plans are thrown into question when alex meets the charming elliott antonio marsili a gay high school graduate at a party torn between his newfound feelings for elliot. And the very real though. Maybe not romantic love. He has for clare whose mother has cancer alex attempts to make sense of his sexual identity while weighing the costs of following his heart the map of tiny perfect things seventeen year old mark kyle allen spends his days doing the same things very literally a routine that is so practiced because it appears he's trapped in a loop and one he'd really like to leave. This all starts to change. When he meets margaret. Kathryn newton a teenager who is also stuck in that. Same summer day though. She's not as eager to find an exit point together. They decide to map all the little moments in their small town but their eventual romance complicates matters in ways. They don't expect the groundhog day. Premise has been done many times before most recently with last summer's palm springs but still gives way to a bittersweet and emotional narrative. The half of it laura. Jean would certainly approve of this one. Two teenagers at opposite ends of their schools. Social scene brought together by love letters. But they're not the ones falling for each other instead. Awkward band geek. Ellie chew lee davis is ghost writing love letters. On behalf of her classmate a lovable jock named paul muskie daniel deamer the movie follows. Their unexpected friendship made more complicated when they both develop feelings for the same girl. Yes god yes in. Karen means semi autobiographical. Yes yes we meet sixteen year old. Alice stranger things. Natalia dire as she navigates her catholic high school in the mid west town. In the early 'oughts a dirty rumor circulates about alice performing a sexual act the name for which she doesn't even know the meaning of gossip that follows her to a school retreat. Where most of the film takes place though more of a comedy romance this tender portrait of a teenager's sexual awakening is equal parts. Sensitive funny and sweet bonus great teen movies about friendship. Blockers blockers stars kathryn. Newton geraldine viswanathan and gideon adlon as three best friends whose prom night. Sex pact is thwarted by their nosy parents. Leslie man john cena and ike barunholtz. The movie follows the teenagers that night as their parents attempt to track them down determined to stop them from losing their virginity. He's a journey. That takes them too. Many hilarious spots including a house party with the requisite parental chugging challenge as the teenagers learn to embrace their respective sexualities. The adults in their lives get their own lesson on allowing their daughters to grow up on their own terms book. Smart sometimes the best kind of love story is the kind between two friends enter. Olivia wilde's book. Smart beanie feldstein and caitlyn. Deavere play mali and amy inseparable. Best friends who are about to graduate at the top of their high school class. Their futures couldn't be brighter. Mali's off to yale while amy's about to volunteer for the summer in botswana but they are both wondering if they spent too much of highschool studying so they decide the night before graduation to finally party the night of course does not go according to plan but it leads the duo to discovering the costs of their ambition and the joys of being a little rebellious lady. Bird sara scherr. Ronan plays lady bird known as christine mcpherson to her parents in greta. Gerwig 's critically acclaimed twenty seventeen solo. Directorial debut the film chronicles lady birds senior year as she applies to colleges tries out for the school musical falls hard for the wrong boys and as lots of arguments with her mother. Laurie metcalf in heartbreaking and heart warming ladybird tries on many versions of herself on her journey of self discovery.

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#168 | You are not alone.

10 Bestest

54:06 min | 4 months ago

#168 | You are not alone.

"Welcome to ten bestest where we sift through the noise so you don't have to each week. We share our ten favourite things of the moment. Anything goes thank you everybody. My name is brian heart and today we have a very special guest. I have grant with me grant. Hello welcome hello. Brian thank you. Why don't you tell us a little bit about yourself. Okay i will. It is a delight and honor to be here. This is exciting. I went to grade school and middle school in salem kaiser area back in the eighties in which was a pretty cool time. In general my my wife and i have twin teenage daughters and both of them are pretty into stranger. Things that netflix series. Both of my daughters have separately at times mentioned man being a teenager in the eighties. Must've been so cool. And i hadn't thought about it in decades but i thought oh my gosh yeah. It was pretty cool. I left the area for high school and college. And then i moved back to salem. Nineteen ninety four. And i've been here. Ever since. My wife. And i have been married for twenty four years and have lived in west salem sense ninety eight. We have those. Those twin girls go to west. And i'm a realtor with plum real estate things. I'm most proud of are probably winning a twenty four year secret battle with severe depression. Parenting intentionally and my ability to work seventy hours a week and still be positive and encouraging. Well that's a lot seventy hours to holy moly. It doesn't happen very often but that it does have. It does happen yes well. That's really cool. Yeah this is. This is going to be kind of a special episode. We've never really done a full theme but we are going to kind of a theme on depression in other forms of that other branches of that. I don't know what the best word is so. I'm really glad that you're here. Because we're going to have a perspective of someone you who's dealt with depression and then someone like me who has been very lucky and fortunate not really have suffered from any kind of mental health issues that i know of no depression though. I've just had a really charmed life but it is very important to me. It's i know people that have suffered from and of course family members. I think everybody knows someone who suffered from mental health in some way and so it's definitely something especially in the last five ten years that's really been on my mind a lot and i've read some books and a lots of articles and movies and things like that anything i can do to essentially just understand more and and try to be there for my friends as much as i can and i also just make sure that i'm healthy as much as possible because it's it can happen any time i would imagine and just keeping yourself. Mentally healthy is a is a really good thing. So i'm really excited to to have this episode with you to yeah. Well we're in. We're going to do another thing that usually when a guest comes on i usually go first or carrying goes i boat or you're going to give you the ball. I let you go so yeah. Let's latino i won. My first cool sheets is not being depressed. And i think that would be great for for anyone. There are millions of people that wish for that but it is especially significant for me because for twenty four years from nineteen ninety six to two thousand eighteen from age. Twenty four to forty eight. I had a secret struggle with brutal relentless life threatening depression on the outside. I looked happy. Funny well like successful. But on the inside i was as lost and hopeless and miserable as a person can be not even my wife knew the extent of it and she drove me to the er a timer to it is impossible to describe how difficult life was without giving some details. And i'm not ready to talk about the details publicly yet. The details are kind of dramatic. But they're not what's important for those twenty four years. I live closer to death than i did to life and during those decades one of the truest things in the universe to me was that one day my depression would take my life. I was certain. I would not be able to fight it forever indeed. I lost the fight several times a month. My private and inner life were pretty grim but in november of two thousand eighteen. The depression laughed suddenly and surprisingly and completely which i am. Certain is pretty rare. I was not expecting it. And i did not believe it for a long time after a month of no depression after suffering for twenty four years. I message my brother and sister. In and said i know you know a little bit about this. But here's a little more of my story and had no depression for one month. And i don't know what's going on after three or four more months. I told a couple more dear friends and after a year and four months. I shared a little bit of my story publicly on facebook but i have had zero depression for one year and eleven months while well first of all. Thank you so much for sharing your first goal sheet but just your story. yeah absolutely. We've kind of just now formally i guess met in person here. But i've i've known you through online the that we live in right now and i remember that moment it popped up on my facebook Scared that was one of those people that had since. I didn't know you very well anyway. i did. I had no idea so i was like. Wow this is you never know. There's probably is so many people right now are ugly. Could be close friends that you have no idea about and i do try to always think about that especially now in this pandemic the time of recording we're still in the pandemic and intentions high already and sometimes you have a little bit less patience and understanding of your friends and and friends in general the like things happen and get on your nerves or whatever you know and you have to remember. You don't know where people are where they're at in their life or where they're coming from you know usually these are your own things in your head that you're you're angry about or whatever you know a lot of the times but it's a really good reminder to keep that perspective. I think people are going through a lot of a lot of things that you probably have no idea about so ensure that is true. And i'm so happy to hear that you haven't had that a long time. It's really amazing. And i hope that that gives people that are going through it. Ope at there is it is possible to get get out of it or or that it can get better so that's great. Thank you so much for sharing that. I'm gonna kinda talk about from from the other side as best as i can To deal with some of these i cool. Sheet is going to be a video. And i can't remember a few years ago when i saw this video. But it bernie brown who i think. A lot of people know she's been a former call sheet and it's video on empathy and it's a very short video and it's an animated video of probably one of talks just a very short part on empathy. The link will be on our show notes and she talks about what is empathy and why is different from sympathy. Because i think a lot of people get that confused empathy fuels connection or sympathy drives disconnection. I really like how she's very simply states. The difference of the two she talks about the four qualities of empathy perspective taking the ability to take the perspective of another person and recognize their perspective as their truth and staying out of judgment and recognizing emotion and other people and communicating that. I see this video is so short and so powerful stocks about empathy is a sacred space at someone's kind of in a deep hole and they showed up from the bottom and say i'm stuck. It's dark i'm overwhelmed. And you look and we say. Hey i'm i'm down here with you. I know what it's like down here and you're not alone where someone was sympathy mica. That's bad And hey do you wanna sandwich. Maybe they're trying to strike. They're trying to change the subject because they feel uncomfortable. She talks about. Empathy is a choice and it's vulnerable choice. She's kind of the vulnerability expert because in order to connect you have to connect and something that's within yourself to to kind of connect with that feeling that the other person is having an ad is a can be a hard thing to do somebody and she talks about how rarely if ever does empathetic response begin with. At least someone share something that you say. Well at least it's not this. You know they try. It's somewhere usually is a good place. But they're putting silver lining on it and it's just not the right thing to do. I highly recommend video. It's bernie brown on empathy. Sure your expert that was. I was really good. Maybe the best we've ever had first time nice job. I'm a big fan of rene brown. She's chest yes she is something not only she The real deal in terms of scholarly research but just as a human and her heart. Yeah she seems to genuinely care about people and that seems to be what's motivating her you know for the research that she does i remember you know encountering her first tedtalk which just exploded one of the talks one of the videos that that help put ted on the map absolutely yeah and That was a significant thing for me. Watching her little her video on on vulnerability. That was the first time i noticed. You're the organizer for fedex. Salem right yeah local. That one of the organizers. Yeah yeah in fact. That was one of the ted talks. Not the one by one of the ones that that were carly and i decided we wanted to start it. it was candy kenny. Changs and a was definitely a huge influence. Where and she might have put ted on my radar. That was weird. Like what is this thing. And then i saw candy's which is totally different. It's about in a community art project and But that's the between those two think bernie kind of got it on my radar and then candy. Solidified the musician but yeah. She's so good at taking these big concepts these big ideas these big emotions and just distilling it down though powerful moment and making them relatable or applicable with what she's talking about it's not just purely hetty academic. Isn't that interesting stuff. It's pretty real freely. Real real she shares scientists say that she shares a really good way. Cause i think people the silver linings she talks about how people do that and they're probably from a good place but she does share one thing to say to people and she's like i don't even know what to say right now. I'm just so glad you told me. And that's enough. You don't have to always offer someone perfect words or oh yeah especially another thing that a lot of people do i think is. Oh yeah that happened to me too. And then they start telling their stories her you know. And that's what you need to give your friend at that moment. You just need to say. I'm so glad you shared that with me and and i'm here for you. I'm listening and you're not alone. That i think is a really powerful. No yeah the video is so gray. And it's it's like a. It's a bear fox in this. Really cool little animations. You have yeah. Yeah it's almost like you don't you forget bernez actually the ones speaking. Okay you know yeah. It's a really cool. i think i have seen it. Yeah it's worth checking out again. We'll have all of these links and shown notes on our website in its tempests dot com slash. Mental health will be the short to this episode specifically and it's one zero bestest dot com slash mental health. All right you want to go for your next one. I'm reading my second cool. Sheet is as two parts to it. One of them is just being able to talk about mental health at all and to being able to tell my story and help people. The stigma around mental health has been greatly lifted as you kind of alluded to in the intro. Especially in the past ten to fifteen years humankind. I think we're really indebted to the courageous vulnerable people who told their stories and the ones who expanded our understanding of mental health. You know these past several decades. It has been really hard for me to talk about my story for a number of reasons one was. I was really ashamed of my depression. I was ashamed. That even had it. And even more ashamed of how. I survived of that grim private life that i mentioned. I have no doubt that because i was so familiar with suffering and such depth of suffering that i was more aware of other people's pain and i think two things work there one is that throughout life. I have been highly tuned to other people's pain. I think of that idea that are is seek out what is in our heart and two. I knew what it was like to suffer. And i didn't want anyone else to experience that. So i have encouraged people to contact me and i have treated people with compassion which has prompted them to contact me so from the first moments i begin to share bits of my story. People have messaged me or come to me privately to say that's my story to or i've heard this over and over and over again my child is going through that and it breaks my heart and i don't know what to do around twenty five or thirty people have contacted me privately in the past year and i have simply asked them about their stories and shared parts of my story in continued conversations with those people. It is clear from the that the conversations they and i had have helped. There is so much to this story and to this topic. Suffice to say of what. You mentioned earlier brian that a lot of people suffer in secret and i am grateful. I can help some of them. Yes thank you for for helping them to. That is yeah. I'm just glad we're having this conversation. It wasn't that long ago where people didn't wanna talk about this at all and it's true and you know firsthand your you didn't wanna talk about it. You embarrassed your were four years old. There's such stigma thank goodness it's starting to lift now. People are starting to talk about it because it's been around forever spent. Yeah so thank goodness now that at that that is starting to change. Because that's when we can really get to work on helping people. i you have to lift that stigma. Know that it's the something that happens all of the time to people. So yeah that's so great. Some really good okay. Well my next who she is going to be about human. This human has haley hardcastle and she also she's a pretty amazing young lady and two thousand and nineteen haley. Hardcastle and a few other students passed helped. Pass a house. Bill twenty one ninety one here in oregon which allows students to take a mental health day off from school. So it's kind of the same way you would take a sick day. And now she's working on expanding that law to other states and she's i think she's already helped colorado and possibly a few more every time i talked to her. It's a few more and we actually. We did have her. I had her apply to tech. Salem and she spoke this year in january. Twenty twenty when we could still gather and she gave a talk on a mental health and especially how it affects younger people now and she talks about how school can be ripped with stress anxiety panic attacks and even burn out and but there's no real formal policy for students who need to prioritize their well being and so she talks about how it's important and she gave this talk. It's a it's a really great talk. And and i don't usually talk about my own ted tech stocks Because it's it's just seems weird to me. But this one actually was selected by ted and it became an official ted talk. They they contacted us. A right afterwards. maybe a month afterwards and we went through a bunch of process. They interviewed her. She became so it's become an official tedtalk. It's on the official. It was on the front page. It has over two to three million views now So it's a really cool talk. And she's an amazing person. She was in teen vogue as one of the young up and comers she's done so many amazing things definitely worth checking out haley. Hardcastle short sean. That's pretty exciting. Yeah yeah it's pretty cool. What a neat idea to just make a little mental health connection helped. Lift the stigma of yeah absolutely ends. That's for a young person. She started. I think when she was seventeen You know she's nineteen twenty now still very young but But it's really cool to see these young kids. I think they work with providence. Or somebody else to kind of help them with this. But it was a lot of times of these young kids and that's really cool. That's really promising. That's when you being a former teacher. Probably you know really loved seeing you know these young kids doing something about it is really inspiring and hopefully inspire other young people to take action on an idea that they had that they weren't sure they could do anything with or should do anything. Yeah yeah absolutely very cool. That is cool okay. My third cool sheet is our current understanding of trauma. What has been coming out of trauma. Research is significant and powerful and surprising all the leading researchers that i'm aware of are arriving at the same conclusion and the big revelation about trauma is this that addiction. Adhd anxiety chronic illness chronic pain depression and a host of other issues. All these things are simply symptoms of trauma and that is all they are thinking about. How many people. We know that have one or more of those things going on in their life. Trauma is absolutely kicking humanities. But it gets even crazier and more exciting trauma is loss of connection with your authentic. Self trauma is not a terrible event to people can experience the same difficult event and one will develop anxiety and addiction. And the other won't it's not the event that is the trauma or the or causes the trauma a terrible event or difficult prolonged circumstances cause addiction anxiety depression chronic illness chronic pain etc. Only when the person's response causes that person to lose connection with their authentic self. I think examples really help with understanding. This and i have time for one here picture a little girl born into a home where. There's a lot of anger a lot of raised voices. It is not a safe place. Her siblings might respond differently to it than she does. But her sub-conscious instinctive response is to become the good girl and obedient. Quiet people pleaser. That is how she fights to keep connection with your parents. It is important to note here something that came up earlier when you were talking. Brian and that is that connection is far and away. The greatest human need so back to this little girl for the rest of her life that little girl continues the only role she ever knew the good quiet people pleaser when it was never who she really was almost from birth. She lost connection with her authentic self. She will guaranteed experience addiction anxiety. Depression or one of those other symptoms of trauma. This is exciting because it seems to me that this knowledge will continue to spread until it becomes commonplace and when we understand the real reason why people are struggling and suffering. We can help. Wow that's really really cool. I really liked that part. You showed to that the same experience can affect to different people in a totally different way. I think that that is where a lot of that disconnect happens. You know where people are like. Well that didn't bother me or that wouldn't bother me just then of course there's the people that are Just suck it up or whatever is a total lack of empathetic response by. Yeah knowing that difference you know knowing that there is a difference just because you've gone through something and handled it just fine. That doesn't mean that the exact same thing someone else might my really destroy them embrace aversa then there might be something else happens to you down the road. Yeah there is nothing for somebody else. Maybe that person that same person you know. And they're like oh well that doesn't bother me at all now. You're iraq and i'm here for you you know. So that's a really powerful thing that we we need to remember. Everything affects people differently. Yeah that's really powerful. Thank you for sharing that Okay my my next cool sheet is going to be a podcast and this podcast is called grief casts. And it's a british podcast by carry. Ed lloyd in. She has different guests on her on our podcast and they talk about their experiences with grief. Together they share share their views on pain. Loss in the weirdness a happens when someone dies so i think her father died and this is what kind of started that. She was really crushed. She was having a really hard time coping with life after this death and she decided to start this podcast to again. It's kind of that connection. It's telling people that they're not alone and talking about her grief once she could. She couldn't for a really long time but when she could she started having these people on they talked about it and then not only helped her and the person on their show. But you've kind of shared right now. Is once you talk about your experience help. So many other people are so many other people that are dealing with these same kinds of things and and this is something that The did hit me a couple years ago. One of my best friends passed away very suddenly and and that was the first time that i it really hit me You know you lose family members and that is horrible but that so far that has always kind of you've known it's going to happen or you kind of prepare. It's still is horrible but this one was the first time it really shocked me. It took me by surprise. It really hit me really hard and all of our friends. I saw you know two days before she she went and we were talking about getting out of the hospital. She was going through tests she was going to be. We're going to get through it together. And then she was gone just like that and that really hit me and this podcast. I'm actually in a place right now. Where i still can't listen to it all the time i have. And it's such a great podcast. But i wanted to talk about it because i think it will help. A lot of other people So definitely check out the podcast. Grief casts schnelle. That's a fantastic point and tie in that idea about just being aware of grief. Yeah In yourself in another's allowing grief. Yeah that idea. Yeah i think so. Many people and i've certainly done this. They try to just either through distraction or not talking about it. just avoidance. You know coaching it to the side. Putting in away somewhere. And sometimes you have to do that for a while. Maybe you're not ready to talk about it. But eventually i think you need to process these feelings at your of grief when you lose a loved one. Yeah it's a different kind of trauma but it is certainly a draw for shah one of the ones for sure. Yeah and it seems to me that trying to suck it up or trying to ignore it or we don't talk about that. I can't imagine that would ever have long term positive effects it. It just seems like yeah. Maybe the short-term may be now. you'll feel a little bit better if you distract yourself for a little while but eventually And usually builds up and becomes almost worse. No and she is so good at of course. She has a lovely british accent. Yeah she so good at listening to people and knowing win to maybe ask a follow up maybe push a little harder but she really knows to back off to oh she can really gauge when someone wants to talk more and maybe when they're not ready she so good at that and even joke around does joke. She's actually she. I think even in the beginning. She kind of had com- comedians or people that were because everybody deals with loss. But she didn't want this podcast. Be all talking about grief really dark. I mean but just yeah to lighten it up a little bit and be okay with you know sometimes joking or the funnier parts because yeah you wanna you wanna get past that sadness to eventually when you lose someone you want to honor that sadness and and work through it but also get past it and then that will help you remember the good times remember you know the the the things you loved about that person and kind of make it a healthier thing so i really like. That's not an easy thing to do. Though to to make that serious subject and still have light moments. Sure sure she does a really good job with that and she did win a couple. She's won some awards quite three gold prices. The british podcast awards and eighteen. So she's obviously very good at this. Yeah yeah yeah. Fantastic all right. My fourth cool sheet is specific trauma researchers or authors. Who had an effect on me. And the first one i have to mention is dr besset van der kolk. He wrote the book. The body keeps score. Which is the culmination of his forty plus years on the front lines of trauma research. He has been tirelessly researching trauma since before. It was even thing really and to people separately recommended this book to me within a couple of weeks of each other so while i was still in the grip of depression i bought the book and started reading it and i saw myself on almost every page. It was a weird powerful experience. The message you are not alone is absolutely life-giving. Dr gabar matei doctor. That had a huge impact on me. He's from canada. And i watched every video of his i could find dozens and dozens of videos of him talking about trauma and addiction and the connection there author johann hari. He's done a couple of ted talks and there's one of his that i've watched probably three times dr. Nadine burke harris she's the former california surgeon general and author of the deepest well healing the long term effects of childhood adversity. She has a fantastic tedtalk. Dr robert suppose ski. Is this professor. Who's just a legend He's a professor of biology neurology. Neurological sciences and neurosurgery at stanford. And i came across his name. Because i saw these people that that i admire mentioning him and mentioning how much they respect and appreciate him and in looking up more about him. I came across a couple of lectures that he gave on depression dr peter. A levine has been researching trauma for over forty years. Dr vincent philosophy is one of the creators of the the adverse childhood experience study also mentioned years and years ago before his first book even ten ferris told a little bit about his own story of depression and over the decades that i was depressed stories like that. Were like medicine to me when i would read about someone. I admired. who struggled with depression. It would get me through a day or two the businessman and coach jerry. Colona comes to mind also suicides. That made the news. Were were comforting to me. When i was in depression and the reason is i think when you're lost and hopeless stories of hopelessness. Let you know that you're not alone. In the darkness and david foster wallace comes to mind again. That message you are not alone is life giving and life saving shot. Yeah wow yeah. And then tim ferriss he ended up doing it at a talking more about is depression them the most recent one that he had and what i remember raise he he switched it up. He was gonna talk about something totally different. And then he last minute and this is pretty rare for for ted talks. He changed and he goes. You know what. I really want to talk about this because i think he had a moment in his life where it was a close call and he wanted to talk about that and and there have did you mention or have you ever heard the tedtalk from andrew. Solomon i think is his name all and is another one if you haven't seen it yet it's oppressions the secret secret we share. It's another good one if you haven't. He's really good. I sure i've watched it because you probably have. But i can't remember yes a while probably back when i was still yeah. It is an older talk. In fact i went. I went to big ted. He was giving a second one. It's i think it's about something totally different. And i just remember thinking. Wow this guy is a really good speaker. Even for ted which of course they all are but i was like wow and then i looked up and i'm like oh and another one in. I think he wrote a book as well. So you wrote a book called far from the tree. Yeah that sounds thick. Yeah yeah my sister recommended to me. So i haven't i haven't read it yet. Now there you go okay well cool. What's his name garber. Gabar matei abir. Matta cairns talked about him before. He's yeah he does some amazing where either so very very cool all right. Well my next cool sheet is going to be an article and this article ties in a little bit. This is i. I really interested in your take after this one The article is called being alone and it. It came out relatively recently in the me. Look really quick. Author is ed key. Shah shah is possibly who might be pronouncing that wrong by the author and he talks about loneliness. It is usually framed around your relationship to others. Community friendship at family. But that's not the whole picture. It's actually more of a relationship with yourself. And i really like how he framed that. That was one of those things where i instantly was like. Oh that's that's powerful already to feel less lonely. You have to also build a relationship with yourself which requires time alone and free from distraction and that can feel really scary and he kinda goes into the zoom culture that we're in right now so like i said it just came out and it's pretty relevant of how zoom is how the pandemic is affecting us and then how zoom creates kind of social media as well creamy creates this connection but in a very different and not always the best way because it's just a different connection and then what we get when we're when we're in person when we're face to face and he talks a lot about that but also how to how to work on being alone being with yourself working on your own things before you can. And so i think he. He ties into a lot of mental health. And being okay with yourself once you address kind of your own loneliness and being by yourself how can create a greater connection with the people around you. It's a really long essay. That i'm already out of time. So i definitely or it's worth checking out the article being alone sean wow. I don't know that. I've heard of it but that was my experience is when i begin to you Become more aware of my own And negative thinking about myself. When i begin to have a better connection with myself that was one of the starts of of The depression leaving. Yeah huge piece for me and also the definition of trauma is loss of connection with yourself. They what trump is. Apparently that is so difficult on the human psyche when you refused your authentic self oftentimes innocently and unconsciously that is when anxiety depression and according to the researchers addiction in all those things begin to manifest and people aren't even aware that that's the culprit. Dr gabar matei. One of his quotes is quote. It is impossible to have an addiction and not have trauma in quote now. Well but you know when you've lost connection with yourself that's when those other things start happening and people don't know that yeah and so they just think i'm going to be a secret alcoholic or shoot. I wish my spouse wasn't alchoholic or things. Eighty s kicking my butt more than this depression scaring me. And they don't know they they wouldn't even guess that the culprit is they've lost connection with themselves is like with article. Yeah yeah absolutely. And i certainly heard the saying you know before you can love someone you need to love yourself but when i heard that i never really took that in my thinking towards me. It's more of like relationships and it's very true that that statement alone is also talking about mental health right. I mean it's so much more deeper than i remember hearing about it. I just thought oh yeah. I've got to love myself for. He can i guess. I see how that makes sense. And mindfulness is a lot like that. You know when you're when you're studying. Mindfulness it's all about working on yourself. First and then how you that will help you to react to other things and hopefully less than that trauma and you know and just your interactions and strengthen this connection so this is all kind of coming together now like this is happening media. Yeah okay my fifth and final. Cool sheet for today as the people and friendships. That helped me. I didn't talk about my depression during the decades that i was in it and because the depression can fed itself the thought i had was. If people knew what was going on inside they would reject. And i wouldn't be able to take that when to handle that if people knew i was depressed. Much less how i survived. They would think whoa he sure is messed. I don't wanna be around that. But i think a lot of people have similar thoughts and fears that keep them. From sharing their inner pane insecurities and so instead they become alcoholics or addicts or sink into depression or find themselves overwhelmed with anxiety etc. Kind of what we were just talking about seconds ago also. I didn't tell anyone about the depression. Because of the things i believed and these things were caused by and they fed the depression. I mentioned one of them earlier. But during the twenty four years when i was pretty lost and hopeless i had these four beliefs they were. I will always feel this way. One day. this will kill me. i am worthless. I am unlovable and every day. For twenty four years. I saw multiple proofs of those beliefs. My interpreted things that happened as proof of those beliefs. So i didn't tell anyone about the depression because i wasn't going to be around for much longer and it didn't matter to my thinking. There's no reason to worry anyone when i wasn't worth worrying about. And here's a crazy side point that that we've touched on already. It is possible for people to despise or devalue themselves and not even know it narcissism and being doormat. Have the exact same route a sense of insignificance but two to three years before my depression left i started letting people in. I'm not entirely sure. Why start doing that. Part of the reason was. I was more desperate than ever before. I had a sense that i was nearing the end. But i told my wife more of what was really going on. I told my brother and sister more and several dear teacher friends and i started going to a therapist in early january of two thousand and fifteen. I still go to him almost six years later. And i am certain that letting people in was a factor in the depression leaving. Wow well thank you. So much for sharing that cushy all vehicle sheets have been really powerful for me and i know that a lot of other people are gonna connect with these. It's so important. What you said of how you thought if you told people this that that they would immediately like. Oh gosh and and. I think there's people i was like this before before i really started understanding empathy and wanting to learn more but i would. I would just to me. That was almost unfathomable. Because i was like well. No of course. Not your family's gonna they love you but that's not. You could even tell someone. Gosh but that doesn't it doesn't is as much as you. It's for people that don't understand oppression and how deep and dark that can be. It's the it's the opposite to they. The people the have it don't understand that everyone's wet ready to help you. You know like you can't so. It's i don't even know if i'm if i'm saying that right. I'm catching yeah. Yeah yeah it's like people. It's really hard if you don't suffer from depression to to know what these people what people are thinking and how hard it is for them to get out of that and that's why you always need just check in. I try to even check in without you. It's a subtle way just like hey you know howard things go in and really care about what your friends are doing and feeling you know i used to be you know in my twenties and thirties. I was very much smo- an wanna talk about my feelings and again that's another thing not only mental health. But i'm really glad that men are able to express their feelings in ho and and this kind of toxic. Masculinity is getting attention. And we're trying to do it less as well because it's super important. People like i said people are going through so much in. Yeah just constantly checking in with your friends and making sure that they know you're you're here for all. The time is is a good thing but yeah it's really great. Yeah like you say it's it's kind of wild. How many people are struggling or suffering. Yeah i remember. When i was teaching. I was still very much in the thick of of of the depression. Yeah i mean looking back. It is i don't know. Kind of mix of heartbreaking and amazing how bad it was and that i survived it and how good it is now. Yeah but i remember there was a couple times. I couldn't bring myself to say. Please help but there were times when i was. I was so desperate that i mentioned it a couple times because it seemed like there were students who who there and so maybe we were talking about romeo and juliet and i mentioned teenage live. Romeo and and casually mentioned you. I have struggled with depression in the past. I would always say in the past and the two times that. I can remember where i mentioned that kind of casually the bell would ring. Students have five minutes to get to the next class. There was a line at my desk while mr huhne. That's me mr. And i think that's me while mr huhne i. It's been so hard lately. And i would just think. Oh my gosh. What are we doing this this There's a lot of kiddos that need to hear. You're not alone. Yeah and there's hope yeah and have someone to talk to you right. Yeah and you know. That's being a teacher. I've never been a teacher. But i i actually i think we i know some some friends of mine that you're their teacher and and you're always me salem so small that's why i love about it so on the you know the other. They're always like oh grandma's one of my favorite teachers and i've always heard these things. It's on your facebook page or just you know putting together things and it's another one of those things so it's not like from all view on the outside. You're a great teacher. You are happy doing your show and and here you were in this in this depression in this you know yes stretch of where you say and sometimes it was go either way moments but one hundred percent of my students. I feel lucky to know them. There's not a single student that i don't feel that about every sooner i've ever had i've felt was a gift and i just felt thrilled and honored to know them and the students were were pretty life giving to me. Yeah but the behind the scenes was pretty difficult for me. And so i truly enjoy the students. Even though i i often i daily was concerned for them as individuals. And that wasn't my job and there wasn't time for that but It was kind of a quite a bit of emotional and and output to care for that many people at at any depth. But i did love the students and and i'm grateful for him it's cool. It's really cool all right well. My last sheet the swim by fast. My last one is a website and this is the world health organization section their mental wellbeing resources for the public so the world health organization. Of course it's been getting a lot of different attention these days. They basically didn't have much attention raw. Then when the corona virus head to everybody was hugging. And everybody's got an opinion but you know they do a lot of good non just on a pandemic but they also have this really great section of their website our mental wellbeing and like it says resources for the public. I wanted to kind of wrap this up for for more information for people after the here this and again. It'll all be on our website but they have so many good links. They have an meant managing stress and illustrated guide. They can help you. They have a looking after our mental health. So they have resources for that. They have book for children on depression. Of course they have covert stuff even in mental health because the pandemic is affecting our mental health quite a bit so it does tie into that as well but it's a whole bunch of other stuff. That has nothing to do with covert. It talks about depression. What you should know living with someone with depression. So that's another good resource if you don't suffer from it but you know someone like i said. I think everybody knows someone that suffers from mental health or depression in some form and this. There's a section. You're worried that your child is depressed. Worried about the future preventing depression during your teens and twenties wondering why your new baby might not be making you happy so very specific information staying positive preventing depression as you get older because again it could happen at any stage of your life and then it has resources directly. Do you know someone who may be considering suicide. They got a whole section for that. Do you feel like this is from your own self. Do you feel like life is not worth living and It's got videos. It's got resources scott so many different things definitely worth checking out. World health organization section mental wellbeing resources for the public. That's great to have. I mean a subaru reliable source of extremely vetted source. That's you know accessible to anyone anytime. Yeah i've i really love you know. There's tons of good resources. We'll have a lot of them. The ones you've talked about the ones. I've talked about on our show notes but This is just one that was like a big giant sort of because there were so many other things that i wanted to talk about. Sure any of these links. Any of these videos they have a ton of really good videos under oppression Preventing suicide information for health workers. Emergency responders who were dealing with this. Oh just so. Many so many different resources. That i thought. Oh this'll be just a another good way to kind of wrap this whole episode up and another list of resources for everybody. Yeah yeah it sounds like there's some Highly specific yeah resources on their that people will really resonate will really resonate with them. Gosh that's me. I just you know just had the baby or just retired. Why don't why am i feeling this is supposed to be my golden use or whatever you know scenarios or stages. Yeah yeah it has a. It's a it's a good mix of general information and specific which both very important screw. Yeah well grant thank you so much for being on the show is just this is really it was a it was an honor to have you on and to talk about this and thank you so much for sharing your story and yeah you aren't alone and i know that you're going to help a lot of people telling them that they're not alone. I really appreciate it. If people wanna learn more about you or your stories or anything we can do. Follow you on social or stuff like that. Yeah absolutely on on facebook at grant hyun just my first last name together on instagram. Not super active there but again just grant hyun my first and last name together. It's mainly just photos. But i did a little thing on a little series on parenting on instagram. Cu l back. Yeah intentional parenting. Yeah that's kind of your new not new but one of your focuses now at least more recent to me sure ensure parenting and there's a big overlap a big connection with trauma and in parenting. Yeah yeah sure for parents and for children On twitter just get news on twitter again at grant hyun I made a website last year. Called grant on life dot com. Oh cool a g. r. a. n. t. o. n. l. i. f. e. and i started posting videos and texts there on things relating to parenting and trauma and and whatnot and haven't really advertised it or or let people know about it. It just kind of sits there and in every now and then director of someone who contacts me direct them to a specific article on that site. Oh great fantastic. Yeah and then. I had a blog. That i still have done anything with that. I started in the nineties. Allow early blogger. Yeah i think a lot of the stuff in the nineties has gone the way of geo cities if remember that far back but i think the earliest post on the blog now are probably two thousand five but it's not super interesting. I mean it's interesting but not super important or life. Changing kind of stuff might be disabled. There's probably i don't know a thousand law. That's that's great well. Yeah that's that's fantastic and more have all those links honor show notes so if you if you didn't grab all those don't worry go to ten best dot com slash mental health and that'll take you to this show so you can listen to it again. Get all those resources tucked grand if you want to you and Yeah thank you so. Thank you for joining us so much and thank you to all our listeners. Stay curious wanna learn more about this week's cool sheets head on over to ten bestest. 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Help! | Taming Your Tweet

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Help! | Taming Your Tweet

"Let's pray together. Lord Jesus as we open your word this morning we do ask that you will hold us. Close is that you will speak to us and we will hear what you have to say as we think about taming our tongues we ask that we will see those weaknesses in stripped away through the power of your love. We also the power of your love work in US and through US each and every day and that we will open ourselves up to that love more and more and we are praising your name and this morning we're looking at James Chapter three if you want to turn to that in your Bibles James Chapter Three and versus one to twelve James Chapter three verses one twelve if you're using one of the core bibles it's page one. Two one four page twelve off fourteen and if you picked up a set of message notes nail help you as we go through this passage together again for those who perhaps haven't read grapevine yet yet from next week in Sunday morning meetings rather than producing message notes to help us through the sermon. We're going to produce a resource source called going deeper. which is something that you can take home with you? After the meeting and look at the Bible reading we study on Sunday mornings again and use the results over the other six days of the week as you open the Bible's hire more. Wherever is that you do your daily devotions and hopefully that that will also help us get closer to what God is saying to us through his word? Have you ever said anything that you instantly regretted. I imagine jeff on the video earlier. This morning instantly regretted thinking that the lady was sermon to nine months pregnant when she found out the week. Before we've all probably said things that we've regretted when you have said something thing that you wish you hadn't have you had the opportunity to take those words back now because once those words out of your mouth. There's no way that you can put them back in once we say them. They're said we have to deal with the consequences. Unless you're on twitter because on twitter you can say things that you later regret and you can actually delete your tweet and the problem is of course however many hundreds or thousands or maybe even millions of people that have seen that tweet before you get a chance to delete it it and if they managed to screen shot it or somehow save it then it can come back to haunt you. There are quite a number of famous instances instances of people saying things on twitter that they later regret it some might think the president of the United States does on a daily basis. I have not chosen him as an example but there are others Rita Ora hands up if you know he read or is some of your weather with it. Good British British pop singer for those who don't know who read it or is she wants regretted a tweet when she was trying to engage her fans on twitter but it backfired because she wants put once tweeted out that she would release her new single and New Sun on Monday. If she got one hundred thousand retweets that's where people share the words that she's used now she had nearly four million twitter followers followers. So you would have thought one hundred. Two thousand people re tweeting. What she said wouldn't be too difficult problem for retail aura? Was the only one thousand. People re tweeted so she was nowhere no where near her target and quickly deleted the tweet to savor anymore. Embarrassment going to Africa. Hope I don't get AIDS AIDS just kidding I'm white. Oh my goodness that was a tweet from a lady called. Justine Sacco. Who tweeted tweeted it? Just before she got on a flight to Africa and despite the fact that she only had five hundred followers it went viral. It went round the world so much so that the hashtag attack has justin landed yet went around the world while she was still up in the air flying to South Africa. You might be surprised to learn that her employers is a media. Company called Sea parted company with US shortly after that very bad tweet. Politicians are not immune to these things either and neither are journalists in September. Two thousand thirteen. BBC News Night Editor in cats accidentally. They sent a message to his twenty six thousand twitter followers describing the shadow chief secretary to the Treasury Rachel Reeves as boring snoring after via appeared as a guest on the show in response misreads issued. What was an apparently sarcastic reply simply saying thanks? Mr Katz later adds an official apology to the Labor Party for his words. Do you remember Chris. Huhne Liberal Democrat politician nation. He became center of the speculation that he was secretly trying to undermine a colleague as if politicians did that to each other by accidentally making in public a private message on twitter he wrote in October twenty eleven to a guardian journalist that he needed to keep his fingerprints off a story so it needed to appear as if had come from someone else he quickly deleted the message but not before quite a few people had seen it and probably my second favorite one is an internet sensation that was born on April Twenty Eighth Twenty eleven when shadow chancellor at the time Ed balls accidentally tweeted his own name when he was searching for his name on twitter in the search box and it when out to his thousands of followers and he didn't delete it because he didn't know that you could delete tweets so it stayed there and so people on Twitter Stewart. Does this people on twitter still setup. Celebrate Ed Balls Day on April the twenty eighth and last year. Mr Ball's actually gonNA be occasioned by retweeting original message. I'm saying well it would be rude not to but this is probably my favorite's Labour leader. Ed milliband who was left red-faced in January twenty twelve after he bungled the what might seem like a simple task of tweeting to mark. The BET. The death of Bob Holness who was the presenter of blockbusters is tweet read sad to hear that Bob Holness is diet. A generation were amend it. Remember him fondly from blockbusters does and that became particularly embarrassing and a and a particularly embarrassing time for milliband because his shadow health health minister at the time Diana Abbott at apologized for racist remarks. She made on twitter. Only a few days. Before you can delete tweets. But you can't delete what you say what we say and what we don't say are both important. It's not only about saying the right words at the right time but it's also about controlling ourselves elves not to say what we perhaps want to say but shouldn't are tons disclosed the real us because there are no limits to what we can say there's no inbuilt restraint or boundary. You can say anything and it's only after they come out of your mouth that you may then find yourselves in particular constraints and consequences if we gossip if we belittle others if we swear if we bragged if we manipulate people if we Li- if we exaggerate if we complain and if we constantly flatter other other people then that says something about our hearts John MacArthur says and this quote is in your message notes. It's nowhere is the relationship between faith and works more evident than a person's speech what you are will inevitably be disclosed closed by what you say might be said that a person's speech is a reliable measure of his spiritual temperature monitor of the human condition. Edition the Rabbi spoke of the tongue as an arrow rather than a dagger all sort visit because it can wound and kill even from a great distance since it can wreak damage even when far from its victim the Bible variously describes the tongue as wicked deceitful perverse filthy corrupt. Flattering Slanderous Gossiping Blasphemous. Foolish boasting complaining cursing contentious finches sensual and vile and that's an exhaustive list and in our passage this morning Jennings sees the tongue as John. R Macarthur carver says as a test of living faith. A connection between what we say we believe and what we actually do. The tongue represents our inner person because the town only produces what it's told to produce by the heart. Listen listen to are these words from James James Chapter Three verses one to twelve and Derek is going to come and read them to us. Benny of you should presume to be teaches by brothers and sisters because you know no that we who teach will be judged more strictly we all stumble in many ways if anyone is never at fault in in what he says he is a perfect man able to keep his whole body in check when we put bits into the mouths of horses as to make them obey us. We can turn the whole animal we can turn the whole animal take chips as an example even they are so large and are driven by strong winds. They are steered by a very small rudder wherever the pilot wants to go likewise likewise the tongue is a small part of the body but it makes great boasts consider what a great forest is set on fire by a small spark. The tongue also is a fire a world of evil among parts of the body. It corrupts the whole person. Such the whole course of his life on fire and is itself set on fire by Hell. All kinds of animals. Birds Reptiles and creatures of the Sea are being tamed and Have Been Tamed by man but no man contain the tongue it just a restless evil full of deadly poison with with the tongue we praise the Lord and father and with it we curse men who have been made in God's likeness out of the same mouth come praise and cursing my brothers. This should not be can both fresh rush water and salt water flow from the same spring. My brothers kind of victory olives or a grapevine affix Nye the kind of salt spring produce fresh water. Let's just put those words and James's letter in context. Because I think it helps us to do that. James wrote during a particularly difficult and tense. Political situation does that ring a bell with anybody attendance and difficult political situation. The Roman world at this time was suffering from huge economic problems. There were different factions of Jews. Were fighting each other. And then there was this growing revolutionary resistance from the limits in Judea breath and eventually revolted against Rome in sixty six. Hey Day and that led to a huge outbreak of violence in the region. I'm the fall of Jerusalem and the destruction of the temple. That was the situation in which James wrote this letter. Who wrote help Christians? If in a world that seems off the rails and he wrote to help them to live with integrity and to represent Christ in that world and in that situation and the best way possible now he was wise enough to know the wrong word in such a volatile situation. Could light the fuse of yet. More violence strife and misunderstanding. That's why I said it's really important. What you say you might be able to delete a tweet but you can't delete a wrong word in a wrong situation in verse? Five says so also. The tongue is a small member yet. It boasts great things how great a forest is set ablaze by such a small fire. The wrong word in a wrong situation can only create an uncontrollable blaze that will cause irreparable harm. And so James says the IMF you if this pay attention to the source of your words. It's an inverse. Eleven he says does a spring pour forth from the same opening both fresh and salt water. This isn't a difficult sermon to fall under this morning. I hope it's pretty black and white. Isn't it a fountain Spring Kinda pour forth both fresh and salt water from the same source. Like begets like a salt. Spring produce this salt water. Fresh bring produces fresh water. Victory cannot bear olives because a fig tree Baz fix and an olive tree fix because an olive tree bear olives. What James is saying here? Is that Tong but produces curses as well as blessings is a contradiction to genuine faith and he was only following. Of course what is brother. The Genus said in his Ministry Matthew Chapter Twelve Verse Thirty Five Thirty Four for example he says to the Jewish religious leaders of the day. Brita vipers how can you speak good when you are evil. Can't be done it's impossible. How can you speak good when you are evil Out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaks what James is saying. Here here is pretty black and white. He says that someone who got six for example isn't a genuine Christian doesn't have a genuine Christian faith. Somebody who belittles other people has a faith problem heart problem. Someone who swears isn't fully surrendered to Jesus. Someone brags isn't growing the spiritual of humility someone who manipulates relates. Others doesn't fully follow. Jesus someone who lies someone who exaggerate someone who's always complaining or flattering other. People contradicts predicts the idea that the holy spirit is living in them and working through them. At least all of those things if bad things come out of someone's mouth then it raises the question about whether the heart of that person has been properly cleansed properly rinsed by God's powerful spirits. Jackie simply says to Christians everywhere. See that your lives are live inconsistency. He wants us to follow. Jesus as closely as possible as Tom. Right puts it to be a blessing only people rather than a blessing and cursing people to be a blessing only people rather than a blessing and cursing people admit. That's a high standard and it's standard. I don't reach all the time. Oh but as Christians. We are called to use our tongues to spread the good news of the message of Jesus. Christ that's why it has. Let's be such a high standard. It's a high calling and that's why it's a high standard fresh spring water. If you've ever drunk doc fresh spring water you know that it's life giving it refreshes it cleanses. It brings blessing. It's necessary to life and it brings delight. The Bible says that if we offer it to only holzer then tongue has the same. Potential Power Woah for good proverbs chapter. Eighteen verse four says. The word of a man's mouth are deep waters. The Fountain of Wisdom is a bubbling brook. This idea of fresh water fresh clean pure water tung. When given over to God into the Holy Spirit has the potential to proclaim the life giving message of salvation it can cleanse and bless others with God's word it can heal it can worship? It can bring delight in every situation. So how do we do that. Do you bring delight liked in every situation and every word that you say hands up if you're perfect sporting again we still haven't found any perfect people what it would probably help if we thought before we spoke. Did you remember. Tell you to count ten before you speak you speak. Sometimes I have to count to twenty or thirty. Not Speaking has to be controlled and it has to emerge from the deep well of God's wisdom. That's why we need a few moments before we speak because we actually have to dig down into that wisdom before we can say the right words. James says we should be slow to speak. Now I don't know about you in this age of instant communication. I think it's getting even more difficult to be slow to speak. Because we're expected to give an instant reaction to whatever it is that that comes to us when confronted by an idea or provocation. VEG viewer on social media. You're missing out on so much bad stuff. Good view because people react to each other and provoke each other and politics and all sorts of things without even even thinking without stopping to think what it is that they're writing but we can do that in our own lives. We don't have to have social media we sometimes we respond to people in the wrong way. 'cause we don't wait and think so when we attempted to respond to someone we can choose to give it five minutes. If that's how long we need maybe even longer before we do so and then we might even choose not to respond at all after that period of time. There's a heart that's fully given to God. We'll recognize that. Sometimes it's best not sometimes it's always best to focus on thinking about and responding to the right things things rather than thinking that we have to respond to everything. Don't know if you've noticed our passage but James seems to think that there is no hope of ever taming outturn. Did you notice that verse. Eight says no human being contained the tongue it is a restless evil full of deadly poison. Is he right but I suspect in human terms he is no human contain. Contain the tongue. There is just one person who can do that for us. Jesus Christ he is the only one and who can out tongue he will do for us. He will cleanse and heal our hearts he will ensure that our hearts are fresh springs not so water ones. It's his Holy Spirit. WHO gives us the power to control tongues? It's his Holy Spirit. That gives us that moment. Say I'M GONNA wait. I'm going to stop and think before I respond. It's his Holy Spirit. WHO gives us the power to control our tongues which often we seem incapable of doing ourselves in our own strength he will give us more and more power? It's a monitoring to control what we say as we ask him to help us see their art when we feel offended there are times on him when we feel unjustly criticized and we want to react. We want to say something we leap in to respond but the Holy Spirit that can remind us in those moments that God loves us just as we are and there's no need for us to react and to feel as if we have defend ourselves often we're hurt by someone else's actions or words it's then the Holy Spirit can help us and stop us from lashing out so this very simple sermon ends on the very simple point. Let's give out give out tongues to God this morning. Give them over to him. Recognize Ignites we control control them in tain themselves. We need the power of the Holy Spirit to help us to do that. Maybe first and foremost we need to give him our hearts. I say will cleanse those. Will you make those fresh spring hearts rather than salt water hops and then ask him to use us to be a blessing to others. We're going to sing an old him and some number three hundred in the psalm. Book simply says throughout these five. I think great spirit as you are as view are as you are the spirit of Jesus Christ in this world. I won't be like that too. I myself would be like the Holy Spirit and in I I we come straight to the point of James Chapter Three gracious spirit. Well with me I myself would gracious be. I'm with words that help. And he'll would I F- line revealed the words that we say reveal how much much the Holy Spirit is living in our lives. We're GONNA sing these five verses together and if you need to respond this morning if you need to just come talk to God this morning than our place the prairies open. And if you WANNA come and do that on your own and bring something in your hand if you want somebody to pray with you then come empty-handed and we will do that. But let's sing these five versus together doc. MM-HMM UH-HUH UH UH. Aw Aw OPTUS Aw and aw Jeez Uh Uh uh-huh uh-huh uh-huh father. God we ask that Your Holy Spirit would indeed be with US would be in US would be in our hearts making them clean A.. And fresh I'm full of your power. We ask your holiday spirit will be in the words we speak to each other and to others that we come into contact with in this coming week may what we say. Shine a light fee you and spread your good news to those around us. We price in your name Armand.

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Unlock the Power of Your Inner Child

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Unlock the Power of Your Inner Child

"There are two primary branches in working with the inner child. The first is more widely worked with integration model focused on healing we dive into this work in Egypt. And we dive into this work in the first two weeks of our course integrating star magic and the magic of ancient Egypt. The ancient Egyptians held that there were eight parts of the Soul. We began our work with the bar the mobile part of the soul in our work on dream temples and star Magic. In unlocked the power of your inner child, we work with the bar again. This time we sold travel from the dream temples in into the deeper Realms of your unconscious mind. We use Transportation or meditation to journey to discover. What we call your inner children. Hi and welcome to Magic self and spirit podcasts. I'm Steve Clairvoyant author spiritual teacher in chaos magic today. We'll discuss with the power of your inner child and how to unlock that power of your inner child. Today I am working on my own. It's April's birthday. So obviously I said go and enjoy yourself. So I'll move backwards and forwards onto the page to answer your questions as we come round, but please bear with me as obviously April isn't here and this seems to be the best way of working it off late. Good evening. Reisha good evening where you are. It's lunch time here. Hello, Cynthia. Welcome aboard everybody with discussing the power of unlocking your inner child and Lee has already been on this course, but we'll know it well. the parts of integration the healing of your illness children now in a children is a term that we came up for the splintered parts of the Soul. If you like he gave us a way of working in this is the essence of chaos magic box that you can actually create masks of reality that will allow you to work in certain ways that will allow you to empower certain certain parts of cell for certain parts of your magic wage. Now. What's interesting is with this is the inner children if you like it's the idea of what a child may consider as crisis or drama that it will she got down because he can't deal with and Barry and what happens is it's like a little piece of the psyche or the soul is broken off and remain at that age in that in that place if you like of Constantly recycling the trauma unconsciously it remains as part of your unconscious mind but broken off from the main part if you like now, of course this is a model is not literally broken off, but it's the best way to describe it. So what we've got here is these small parts which we call in a children. Constantly generate energy in the search of in search of resolving that particular trauma. So the generation the energy manifests a chrome or in other forms in different parts of your life until it is complete and it's whole so the need to work within a children. To clear some of that energy in order for you to be able to manifest the parts of your life that you choose in order for you to go further on your spiritual journey. It's really really powerful in its approach. And this is good part of where we're working. Hi Wendy. Hello Tracy, welcome aboard everybody. This is a good part of where we're working with this working actual fact, it covers the first half of the book and the course of actually how you do that wage. Now one of the powerful ways that we do that is through masks work, which are go into right now. So the two primary branches if you like are the inner children? In the way that I've just disguised and I discussed and the inner child as in. The spirit of your unconscious mind and will work a little bit without a bit further on. the way we work on this particular course with this particular book. Is Vai estar magic and the magic of ancient Egypt? we work with the different parts of the soul from ancient Egypt and the ancient Egyptians identified eight parts of the Soul or 9 depending which way you counted of which one of these parts of the Soul was called the bar b a and the bar was the mobile part of the Soul. It left the body and went on a journey a death in order to gather information in order to gather growth in order to gather blessing cetera and would return to the body. But it also happens during trance State and in dream state, which is actually gives you a very very powerful opportunity. To travel within that model to travel within that mask of the Magician of ancient Egypt to gain the experiences the healings in the magic that that particular model Works wage. The other children as I said are splintered parts of the Soul. In childhood, we all experience traumas that make us feel separate. alone in our pain from these experiences we draw conclusions about the world and the shape of our Behavior. And the way the world shapes our Behavior. For the rest of our lives. however by working with the inner children By working with masks work, which is one of the the systems that we work with. You can change the behavior. You can change the shape of the rest of your life and you can use it in a way that empowers. So when we journey back to discover these parts of our Styles their stories can be heard. As we listen to our inner children, they're paying healed and the disruptive energy that their stories were causing can be released. We love using this method to unlock the power of the inner children. It lets you literally transmute that energy that you once held us trauma into energy for magic manifesting your life. This is the first half of the training that we do around healing the inner children in the inner child. It's primarily Shadow work for those of worked with magic or within witchcraft all that kind of path. It allows you to heal the journey and yourself wage in the journey. You can read more about masks work from our work on chaos Magic. And what it means to us and how to do it. It's very very powerful work that April's down and very very powerful word that we've done together in in that particular particular way of working. the second part of the work He's around Huna. Who know we use as a way of working? Hello Tracy from NC, Raeford, NC. and Huna was the was the magic of the Calhoun as if you like, it's the modern version of it from the island of Hawaii much of that magic and those people originally came from the Polynesians and you can trace it back all the way into Africa and ancient Egypt. So some of that magic came out of ancient Egypt and ovince the overtime change and they have a very very interesting model. They see human a human being not made of one soul. But if 3 a higher so like the highest self if you like. A conscious Soul bit like the conscious mind and an unconscious Soul the unconscious mind which is usually one or two steps money involved in Consciousness than say an animal spirit. I'm when we work with the inner child, we work with it as the idea of the spirit of the unconscious mind and working with the edge of the unconscious mind. It gives us a very very interesting place because within the Huna Huna approach to understanding the work the job of the higher self of the higher mind of the highest Spirit, which ever way word you want to use in there is to evolve itself on to even greater and higher planes of potential to become more and more god-like in itself. Because there's always an Infiniti more ability to evolve. and if you think about it in that sense how that's done via Calhoun around Huna. Is in service to the mind of the conscious mind, if you like the spirit of the conscious mind, which they called the Harley. So the job of the higher mind the AU mikawa. Is its name in in hoonah Magic? It's to help the Ohana the conscious mind evolved to a more god-like status and in order for the Ohana. the conscious mind to evolve it works by causing and helping the only hippie which is the unconscious mind the spirit of the unconscious mind. To wake up and evolve itself. So in its next life if you like by doing the work, you've been can become a honey it can become become a conscious mind or who knows it can come off it can become an even powerful more powerful way of doing this now how we worked with it is April and I when we travel together a couple of years ago in in Latin America, we worked with this particular model to empower. My unconscious mind and also to empower her in a children, so we worked with both. An April word talk to my unconscious mind the spirit of my unconscious mind whose name is sweet. And I am going to get him to log in to translate the story for you from submitting a little while and what he did. And what she did was by conversing with him by building up ways of working by building up communication with him. He became more and more conscious thoughts and what we did and how we worked that was that we worked with the idea of archetypes. So very early on from when we were traveling together. April suggested to smeet that he became a page like in the old stories of knights and ladies and swords and all of those kind of things off and the page was usually a young boy who would serve the night who would work with the night. He would clean the armor. He would look after the horse. It's that kind of thing, but it gave him a role. So what happened was He took the role as a page as he became more and more conscious and he was able to communicate directly with me cuz he had done for a number of years and he was able to communicate with April. And towards the end of the time that we were traveling together. I put a nice set up a ritual where April knighted. Meet my inner child to become a knight to be responsible for other inner children. To be responsible for his own growth for his Spiritual Development and what we began to notice over that period of time but by working with him initially, his presentation was like, I don't know a six-year-old a four year old that kind of thing, you know, but also one that was quite traumatised because the experience quite often of your inner child. If you call the inner child, the spirit of the unconscious mind is one of abandonment. So we noticed as we were working that he appeared to be getting older and communicating more effectively verbally literally through my mouth swab used to describe that there were two different personalities and voices coming out as we were working this. So what we did was we built that up so that the tire April left and we were only traveling together for six weeks. It was as if he was like Twenty-One twenty-two that kind of age. I'm very very very responsible very into duty and growth and Thursday and a lot of a lot of a part of my work is spiritual warfare. It is space clearing. It is exorcism. It's removing negative thoughts and at times it is Warfare at times it is literally Warfare between different magickal practitioners some magickal practitioners working that way of attacking others particularly. Some of the the native blue holes in South America and Latin America, generally and certainly when I went to Mexico and I lived in Mexico for a 15 months. Maybe there were times at the beginning that they'll be magical and psychic and spiritual attacks from them and they needed to be ways of working with a spirit me to to repel them and meet took on the role as general of the army and became extraordinarily skilled and Powerful at working those days to the point that after a number of months the brujos just left me alone. I would guess they saw it as just too much trouble and I was in different they can they can do with their life. I've got their own practice. I've got my own practice and walk continue on our merry sweet ways. I mean sure I didn't trust them a great deal after that. But then hey, you know, that's fine girl. We took that role and wired happened was not only had he developed So within that model of hoonah, we've been doing the work of empowering and causing the inner child to grow and become more conscious and become more able but also our own magical practice in our own manifestation practice became much more powerful in and of itself. because There was less of the childhood trauma stuff around either from Smith in the census of off until about the ages of six seven 8 depending on the person primarily. The child is all unconscious mind is like a sponge just watched children that age and it's sponges. There's not a great deal of conscious thought going on at that point in time and it's sort that the conscious mind develops after that sort of about at the age of eight and it begins to develop critical skills and analytical skills. It begins to see the world in in linear ways in time and that kind of thing and the left brain develops if you like but the right brain in a child birth of the unconscious mind doesn't go away it remains part of the unconsciousness and we've got a very very powerful place that the unconscious mind plays it runs. Somebody a great reality. It's an important role. But within that quite often is traumatized by patterns and memories of Abandonment when it's beginning to awaken. So there was an a number of over a number of years that did some work over there in order to awaken the inner child anyway of which I'll get sweet story to explain in a moment and that very way of working empowered my own magic my own Spiritual Development so I can do things like this. I can do the ask Spirit on Sundays. I can do my own magical work on a on a very regular basis and that was really neat how it was happening. That was really how the the journey happened with meat between the early work that I did in the work that April did with me to be very very powerful Journey. Anyway back to the story if there's any questions, by the way, please feel free and I'm going to be popping backwards and forwards between my notes in here. So I will I will answer anything that comes in. So exploring that path we explore it as a development or an Ascension outlined by the Huna tradition. As I said Huna holds it the soul is comprised of three independent spirits. In this tradition, the spirit of the unconscious mind is seen as a separate spirit. So we would like or I would like to personally introduce you to my inner child or the spirit of my unconscious mind. sweet in order to do some of this work in order to present some of this work. I interviewed to meet about the experience of this path of development and we're pleased to share some of this. I'm not going to do it in Suites voice because meet asked me not to but I'll interpret some of it for you. So in order to discuss who who knew the concept of the three cells He's going to explain how it works. Okay for Smith's point of view. He's saying by the way, it's an honor to be here. He's saying that by working with me as the conscious mind. He's learned how to do magic with masks. It's a way that he can use his imagination to make sense of experiences. You said there are many things that have happened over the last fifteen twenty years that helped him evolved to become more conscious and he's moving into being a conscious spirit in his own, right? He said of course, the masks aren't real in a physical way. But in his mind he wasn't able to tell the difference between what was physically real and the creations of the imagination. How to understand the notion of imagination is only relevant to the conscious mind. There is no difference. It's thought. in the unconscious mind between what you imagine and visualize and what actually happened that distinction is only in the conscious mind and there's deeper layers of that. Wish we could get into it another time, but right at the moment, let's see it in that kind of way. If there is such a thing as an external reality. The unconscious mind is not able to distinguish between the two it's not able to say that was in the imagination and that is real. It's only in your conscious mind. You can do that. Now being that it's thought that the unconscious mind is the energy that creates the whole process of manifestation. That's actually really quite useful your visualization approaches Etc. A very very powerful to the unconscious mind when creating your reality. I'm going to digress for a bit think of it like this. I am at the moment sitting in front of my computer speaking to you guys online. Okay, my computer is sitting on a desk. So here are my hands. Yeah, and if I put my hands off the desk, there is an illusion created a very powerful illusion created in my mind that my hands. Can feel and sense the table that the laptop is on. But the truth is we know biologically that that is actually is incorrect. What happens is there are sensors in my skin. They send electrical information to my brain and to my mind off informing them via that communication of that experience. My hands themselves. Don't feel the table. My brain and my mind does. Now at the moment, I'm looking at myself in the computer because I'm the one on video at the moment as I look in now at the moment. There is a very very powerful illusion that is happening that says my eyes can see me in the mirror. But actually they can't what happens is we know biologically their my eyes are a conduit for electrical information. It picks up information and they send them along nerves in my eyeballs to my brain in my mind and in my brain in my mind, there is an interpretation of that information that creates that information. I can hear my specs El speaking into this microphone here. And I obviously as anybody I can hear myself in my own mind probably a little bit different to how you hear me, but I can hear myself in my home and I can hear my own voice. But the Herring the ears themselves don't hear they're a conduit for electrical information that sends information to my mind my mind creates that my mind Palm into a structure based on expectations based on belief based on how chaos is structured, etc. Etc. And when I say how chaos is structured how my opinion surveys what I've been told is there what is our consensual reality are consensual reality is I'm speaking at the moment. You're listening. You're watching the video, etc. Etc. Then that is real. It's a consensual reality and on one level it is real but it's only on one level. It's actually going on in your mind off so that whole process if you like without going even deeper into that. It's really really interesting in the senses that the unconscious mind to a certain extent is cracked. There is no difference between your education because your imagination based on belief based on conditioning based on experience based on stereotype. It's creating the reality you're experiencing and we're experiencing. So is there a difference between what you imagine and what is probably not that level each now? It is a question here Susan Byrd. using Hans Can you help someone from a distance? I'm thinking of my older child in terms of gaining and growing years Huns. I'm not sure what Hans are Susan but I can you help somebody from a distance most certainly. You can do it by ear out in the child work. But certainly I I may well work with meat in that particular way. You can do it through your manifestation. You can do it through your magic. You can do it through your invocation using Huna suck. Yes. It is my well that as I developed this energy as I work with Huna. I serve others I hear all of this. Yeah, absolutely. You can do that. No problem. So going back to where we were. I could talk on this subject forever if you like. Going back to Smith. He's saying that the masks if you like the mask it's a belief in something like Huna. the note real in any physical way they are set of constructs beliefs experiences as you can adopt and work with because it's congruence because it's A system that works because it's a system that's out there and because he wasn't really able to tell the difference between physical real and the creations of his imagination was able to work with it even more powerfully and that was how everything was able to happen. It's how he unlocked the doors of his mind to the universe and the magic helped him grow. And he said that I say he calls me Steve Wilksburg like to the minds of the Gods. So you're unlock the door to the minds of the guards to Magic and he wanted to talk about Huna masks. So he's saying in the beginning it was only him or that's the way it seemed. He was a new human Spirit as far as he now understands, but what he was saying is before he was seven or eight there was a sense of Steve Wilks me as the conscious mind in the background. But he found it very hard to tell you from memory where that comes from because he thinks he's probably in his last life. He was a wolf. The spirit that is now Steve Wilks me as a conscious human being has had many human lives, but sweet was the new kid on the Block. One day when Smith was about eight years old. Steve Wilks the conscious mind woke up to meet saying he thinks it was a gradual thing, but it's difficult to know because he was still unconscious. And as he developed he was able to think. He's talking about me such great thoughts and you know, sweet kind of got left behind. You said Steve Walsh grew up to me a man, but Smith didn't know how to do that. He wanted to stay close to Steve works, but he didn't know who he was Smith days off Steve Wilks struggled to create a life that he was choosing because he didn't know that in the background was sweet. Sweet struggle was causing the disturbances. The Steve Works was experiencing and he says but please don't judge him too too much. He said because he wasn't doing it consciously. It was just house meat was programmed. Now let's talk to you about Chung poo. a number of years ago I trained as a pagan priest. In Avalon Glastonbury, England Avalon is considered to be the heart chakra of the planet. Historically is the home of the ancient Celtic goddess. Or one of them at least and Avalon was the hills and the sacred and the sacred Mount if you like known as the tour the used to be surrounded by a great lake until the Catholic monks drain the lake and the 1300 S 14th century. On this mound on this tour the Neanderthal people would bring their dead and leave their dead on the side of the Hill for the goddess. and the pagan I did at the time was that when you died, you went to the summerlands and it was a place you waited for for rebirth. It was a place of healing and change. It was transformation now Glastonbury years in a county called Somerset in England and the county Somerset got its name from the Summerland. So literally it was sort of the physicality of it was so violent and I trained there as a pagan priest. And while I was training is a pagan, priest one of the priestesses. I was already working Clairvoyant lie, but one of the priestesses was a full trance Channel and what that means is she would leave her body and her guide her spirit guide will come in and take over the body. I know be no sign of her at all. Her name is is Sally. They'll be no sign of Sally at all. And this huge personality. We call junk food. Would come through and talk to us and work with us. Now training with junk food was once every two weeks for anywhere between six to twelve hours in circle, very intense training very very intense working and also junk food would work with each of us individually as part of our own development and junk food is an extraordinary and he took extraordinary powerful Spirit which meters going to tell you about in a little bit, but just to give you context of what's meters about to say and junk food was very instrumental in the waking up a meet. The Steve Wilks, this is junk food saying this Steve Wilks started working with a spiritmaster called Junk Food who had been dead for over a thousand years wage job was to teach humans and Spirits to work together to create Better Lives. Tofu, a channel his spiritual energy through a lady Priestess called Sally who were Steve works is Clairvoyant teacher and therefore Steve Wilks had the opportunity to talk to a junk food directly face to face. Junk food is amazing and really funny. He would makes me laugh and Smith began to have feelings of being conscious too. Steve Wilks became more and more aware of Smith and as he woke up that is meat. He felt very sad and angry. It was like he was only eight years old and Steve walks had left him behind on his own as Steve Works became conscious. He had forgotten about his childhood unconsciousness. He had forgotten about smeet junk food knew this And showed Steve Works how to go on Journeys Soldier and his shamanic journeys, whatever word you want to use share in his mind to find Sweet. So there was meat. I'm sitting in a cave angry and sad like Gollum from Lord of the Rings, and he says Steve walks was so kind to me and let me come near him and cared for me off each day. Steve Wilks would visit and talk to me to meet and each day. I became more aware of myself. Will tell you a little bit more in a moment. Let's tell you more about the conus. Now a lot of this work was possible before we go there a lot of this work was possible. because a very intense work in the training circle with junk food. and the intense work Was really how to connect with spirit. You see people usually our approach Clairvoyance or learning to be Clairvoyant or psychic or empathetic or whatever words you use from this very very idea of I need to know how to do it so I can talk to other people. technique now technique is important don't get me wrong technique is absolutely important in terms of your Claire volume work, but actually technique doesn't get you their technique is something you you can be that much more powerful e on the end of the process what gets you there is intentional connection Spirit evocation at location cooling connecting visualizing feeling imagining empowering using incantation using a whisper using your voice. What I did. Before I met junk food before I was sitting in that Circle. Yeah. I was working Clairvoyant. I was doing some readings and I'd ever How I empowered it was for the first eighteen months of working with junk food every day for an hour. I would evoke out loud. I would use sound to vibrate through my body. I would use words. I would visualize I would call the gods. I would call My Spirit guides. I would call the elemental Spirits. I would consistently daily in the morning when I woke up and the time didn't matter just suited me to Thursday morning before I go to work when I go to still working with somebody else said, I was still a mental health nurse and can imagine I was doing that in the morning and then go to treat lunatics later on but that whole process of an hour's invocation a day for eighteen months exploded my Clairvoyance exploded the power of that whole process exploded the college students to no. That at the moment of my bidding at the power of my thought Spirit would be there and and that would work with Clairvoyant readings and that would work with my home and that would work every single time. It was the process. It was how it worked and what I would say to you is begin to develop that magic Begin to work that way now we are next course starting a week on Thursday is Advanced Clairvoyance and is teaching you how to work all of that but it's changing you also from the perspective of some magic now some magic is just phenomenal if you think Moon Magics amazing, you try some magic some magic just shines it directly Empower them bang it through and the gods of ancient Egypt ancient Greece that we're going to work within that particular way. So if you kind of want to connect with us on that come and join us, develop your own spiritual abilities, and I've just put a link in for the spiritual CrossFit gym, which is where we do that. Okay, and you can begin office open this up really really really powerfully. You can develop your own spiritual ability away from will this work? Is this true? Can I do this other people? Who do this? I can't how do you do it we blast through all of that off with this next class. This next month's class will change absolutely everything for people that are working with us in that kind of way because it does it's not about a conscious. Can I do it? Can I work this out? It's about command the information command the connection and it is there is a totally different level anyway back to huhne and the three cells that were working in that particular way. A big part of the Native religion of Hawaii is known. Or is the magic of that Kahuna's The Magicians were priests and new many many things. The way that the Kahuna described people was that each person as I said earlier was made a three Spirits the owl mikawa, which was like the highest Spirit which was both male and female in one spirit. I was Smith's and mine. He's called Super Gang kinara and he appears like an angel made of both light and dark equally. His or her job is to help Steve Wilks me evolve into a higher Spirit of powerful things. In doing work like that Sebring and canara becomes even more like a god the second spirit in this model is the journey. This is the spirit of the conscious mind in our body and our being this is Steve Works me one of the things he does so he can grow spiritually and magically is to home sweet. The unconscious mind are not so unconscious anymore. I speak says Steve was can think logically and then he says sometimes and work with him and he began kinara as a team. And then the third spirit that you horny recognized was the only hippie. The unit here. Let me is the name. Of the less evolved Spirit, maybe one or two levels more evolved than an animal spirit. It holds all the emotions and runs the body. The only hippie has a Channel of direct communication with the album the higher self. In our life's meet was or is the only Hilla P. But Steve walks and he called April lady April. I've helped him become much more. Lady April is a good friend and a business partner here on Magic self in spirit of Steve works as meet couple of years ago. We travelled together and did lots of magic and healing together. When Smith's when Steve works and I or me and Smith's depending on who's telling the story here met lady April she would speak a lot to Smita Singh touching him to do things and thinks Railey. She would talk to him about growing and becoming a prince and taking responsibility for development and Magic. Lady April wait works with archetypes and showed him how to be a page for Steve works and develop an independent personality and skills and boy has he gotten independent skills and personality. Sweet says that he found that he didn't feel like an eight-year-old anymore and he started to help April with her in her her own inner children looking after them and encouraging them she did for me. Sweet days at the end of our time together labor date lady April Steve walks did a big ritual force me to made him a knight lady April gave him a responsibility of helping in a children. And we made him as we said earlier a general in our spirit army for spiritual warfare cases. If you want to know a little bit more about the spiritual warfare cases off. I'll just click click give you this link here. As I said, I don't know if people just come on April who are normally work with that does all of that site. It's her birthday. So I told her to go partying instead. I told her way to handle this week on my own. We're also planning to do further rituals with me because we found it such a powerful part of his development and journey and obviously such a powerful part of our own magic. So what we're going to do is crown him as king of his own reality in ritual. And that way show him how to elevate himself to become a sage and an Adept magician. now the root of this and the root of our thinking it's really the following. That in effect. There are two parts of spirituality. The really in some ways a paralleled by the two parts of what we've been talking about today the healing of the healing and integration of the inner children and The Awakening of the spirit of the unconscious mind off. There's one part of the of spirituality known as the right-hand path and that will include religion. white magic wake up. any spiritual path whose goal is to I send or integrate itself into the godhead surrender self-surrender ego totally surrender personality to become one with the godhead whether that be Yahweh Jehovah Jesus Christ Allah, whatever. It's the surrender. It's the right hand path and then there's the left hand path and the left hand path is to see yourself. As a God or a goddess in your own right to ascend and evolved to your Highest Potential independent. Of any decree independent of anybody else's beliefs and philosophies independent of anybody else's thoughts. Now certainly my Pastor Steve. Is to do that meets we gave a choice to meet could either like the inner children the broken bits of the personality the broken bits of the Soul if you like wage. Of the psyche could either he'll it integrating become one with me. Or I would support and help him as he grew to become independent enough to choose his own path his own Journey. As an independent Spirit within that kind of hoonah model and understandably submitted my inner child understandably Smith chose the second one. to a certain extent All of that is true, but to a certain extent it's a model. We're talking about parts of self. It's a different way of creating reality. Is it a hundred percent true will of no of course has not because nothing is a hundred percent true because of the Hermetic law of polarity in experience in physical experience. Everything has its polarity has its opposite. Say something is truth. It's also illusion from my point of view as a chaos magician. Everything is illusion. So therefore everything is permissible. But by that very nature stating everything is Illusion by its own logic. Everything is also true. It depends on which end of the polarity you're standing. Which is why I can work with any form of magic or mask of reality. Whichever way you want to do it religion politics philosophy whichever of spirituality. Depending on the goal and choosing to reach for example, I may choose the goal of experiencing unconditional love for a bit. And in fact, I have done this month. There were a number of options one of them. For example, May well be the Catholic option now every mask of reality every system. Has it reality can the Catholic mask? Allow me to interact with Mother Mary and unconditional love. Yes, you can. Does it have many negative sides? Oh boy has many negative sides. Not only to explain it. You know what the negative sides are. But using it as a mask of reality in order to experience a particular goal in that moment. Yeah. It's a powerful route say for unconditional love, but once I've experienced just take that mask off and I either remained in that deep default place of Not really believing anything at that moment or I put on another mask. I don't know luciferian magic or something depending on what I'm doing and what the goals are and that's really the logic behind all of this now here is a model. The work of the inner child and the inner children to empower. Your choices to empower the healing and the integration. And the development of spirit. Is it a hundred percent note? Sorry. Is it about a hundred percent truth now, but then nothing is a hundred percent true. It's all biased nature illusion. Is it illusion hundred percent? Will of course not because of polarity. It's 100% true is both once and the power of working with Spirit the power of them with magic and the power of unlocking the inner child empowering it and causing it to grow and healing the schisms in your psyche and your soul in your memory. Is phenomenal it's why we do it. It's the development of our magic. It's the development of our spirituality. It is really nothing to do. Without a mat truth cuz ultimate truth. It's a religious concept the less be frank. Doesn't work doesn't function it is a giving up of all of yourself to a concept of divinity. And usually that Divinity j e Gregory and he Grigori is a collective thought form that is empowered. in terms of religion by millions of people over centuries. It is not an independent process in itself isn't independent if humanity is the thoughts collectively of humanity that's creative old is 100% true. Of course it isn't nothing is But the power of the inner child. the power of clearing that level of emotion within yourself Of working it. And empowering it. second to none which is why we wrote the book on on lock unlock the power of your inner child, and it's also Why we developed course and all the training around it because it is a key power. It is a key skill. To move all of the emotion all of the trauma all of the crisis all of the obstacles. Then appear to stand in your way for your Spiritual Development because let's be honest about it. Most people talk about I'm enjoying my Spiritual Development. But it's challenging. Everything comes up. And even when they don't talk about it, you can feel it there. If you'd like to work more with this. Here is the link to book and course. feel free to come through to work with us next time around we do that but in the meantime The book exists the videos of the course exists the meditations exist Etc. It's been great working with you guys for those of you on the called. In the spiritual CrossFit gym, where we do all the training. We're having a mastermind on Thursday because we will be to be between courses about the last course. The spirit guide course Spirit guides mediumship and moon Magic. And the next course that will launch a week on Thursday. Advanced Clairvoyant, son magic that kind of thing and that's how we will be operating from in anybody who is interested in developing. We keep it a real low beta price because we're in developmental stage. And anybody that joins now, we would keep it at that price of $35 a month subscription or as a one-off if you just want Black Horse Pub $45. Anyway guys, it's been fabulous working with you. See you all all students in the gym on Thursday. See what asks. On Sunday and see you next week for magic self and spirit podcasts. Take care.

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BOX234: Ghostly Mountaineer Angel

The Box Of Oddities

36:31 min | 10 months ago

BOX234: Ghostly Mountaineer Angel

"What follows may not be suitable for all audiences. Listener discretion is advised. Stories. Stories of mysteries. Of Curiosities. Joy? In An Giang through Gilligan Tov for strange. The boozers! The unexpected. As. The LID and wash asleep you're inside. The box! oddities. Go, this is fun. I think we received well over two hundred emails and messages from people telling us that fans gold was found. Yeah, stop sending messages, please so we appreciate it, but it was a story that we we talked about pretty early on in in the PODCASTS and I love love love that you people know what we want to hear about for sure and that was amazing to me. Because I was like Oh, Shit! Did you hear that fence golden? You were like Oh. That's really interesting. I was like I. Know Right, and then it was all bing bing being. Like big. Now! Let's just briefly recap this guy. forest fan allegedly hid like a million dollars, plus in gold and gems, and then gave clues in a poll that he released. For Ten years people have been looking for this gold, and now allegedly it's been found, and so I was like. Wouldn't it be funny if he was just running low on dollars, so he just went out to the desert, dug it up and it was like someone found it. Needed the cash right right? My thought is that it never existed. He's eighty nine now he figures. Probably it's time to cash in the laugh which he will get, but according to his his blog, somebody found this treasure. They sent him a picture of it and verified the coordinates of where it was, but he won't say who that person is. That person he just said is from quote back East, and nobody knows who who this person is, or if in fact, the treasure was really found, or if in fact, there was really a treasure. I think it's just him having some fun. I love the idea that it was real and that someone did find it and if someone found it and he was like Oh. Yeah, someone founded it. Was Brian Doyle from West Chester Sinfield, vis the West chesterson field. Ville Doyle's and. I'd be like wow, that guys a dick. Brian Doyle doesn't want everyone knowing he found your treasure. Thank you. So I applaud the not telling who was that found it even though I kind of don't believe that Brian found it right. No I think that it's a bunch of hoo-ha. Either way I enjoyed it thoroughly. Thank you so much for sending all the messages. We're just kidding. We love hearing from you guys even if it's over and over and over again. We did post an instagram video from the deck I realized now that I was probably. A little, too. Horn swaddled. I was into the giggle juice, and so maybe I should like had a couple of drams of POPs skull. Turn off the the SOC meads, when Oh be joyful anyway. It was fun. Oh, I. Put some NECTARINES IN MY IS T. and. It's probably the best choice I've ever made. Oh! So good what you got for me well today I wanNA talk about the ghosts on Mount Everest Mount Everest is littered with bodies of dead climbers right? Yes, they've accumulated over the decades now. When you say ghosts, though do you mean goes, and not just bodies. In both Shaker Oh, Shit. Yeah, there are so many bodies on Mount Everest that when you climb to the summit. If you go through the regular route that they take to the summit, you have to physically step over bodies right and some of the bodies are actually used as landmarks the way Salako Green boots halfway up or something like that. In fact, green boots is one of the most famous. Famous bodies his real name. By the way was to swung Powell your and it is now a a landmark on the main northeast. Ridge route to the mountain. in-depth green boots has become sort of a guide for the living. He died in a small indentation in the cliff. That is a a commonplace for for hikers to crawl in and kind of catch their breath rest up a little bit. He died in there, and that indentation is right next to the main path to the summit, and people actually have to step over his legs to proceed passing hikers even occasionally stop for a Selfie with green boots. Doesn't that seem a little disrespect for the navy? Of course we just casually refer to him as green boots and he's a mile marker so good point. Another guy? David Sharp, who was also a fellow mountaineer? Different entirely different party in fact years after green boots died crawled in there to to stay warm, and he died in there, too, but his body was removed according to an article on Rancor Mount Everest is notorious for its corpses. People travel from all over the world, of course, the climb Everest and not all of them survive their avalanches. Of course, a lot of people die from falling in clinic temperatures all. All those things prove fatal. Most people die from avalanches. That's terrifying avalanches to me are very very scary. no-one wants no one's like avalanche but I've seen some videos of avalanche events, and like there was one where it was just taken out houses like it was i. don't even know if it's technically an avalanche or something graded up from an avalanche, but it was just like house. House House just sweep sweep sweep. And it gives me that same feeling that like I don't know like a heights? do or something something like that that you just your blood. My Body reacts to it I read an interview with a guy. He was a skier that got swept up in an avalanche, and he was obviously rescued because he was being interviewed about the event. He said that the most scary thing for him was not knowing. Which direction was up. Yeah, yeah, I. Know. It's because it's a weird combination of things. It's the disorientation. It's the CLAUSTROPHOBIA and it's the cold, and there's I'm sure so much that the. L.! Now that's why we're moving to a warmer climate. In two thousand seventeen four bodies were discovered in a tent on the on a an Everest base camp site. analysts believe the campers passed away due to altitude sickness. The weird thing is none of the local climbing. Agencies reported any climbers missing. They remain unidentified. Oh Man. Yeah, well. There's gotta be a way that you can like. Scoot past you know and make your way on documented I guess so there are. There are several routes to the summit right? Some of them are more challenging than others. Most people just take this main route. Right but I know you there's like a check in right when you go up the mountain so that people know that you're. Yup. They're like three two or three different base camps that people will set up. Their parties will set up. But the most dangerous route. Is this particular route northeast Ridge Route near Everest's summit? There's an area there called. They call it Rainbow Valley now that sounds peaceful but essentially what it is mass pit of Bodies Oh. Yup, the grisly scene got its name because of all the brightly colored jackets and climbing gear. The cadavers still have on strewn all over the section of the mountain. That's letter. Throughout the years, climbers have been known to push cadavers over the mountainside into Rainbow Valley or to cut the ropes of mummified remains, so that it's less hazardous as you try to come back down the trail in this area of vast majority of those who succumb to altitude, sickness, or exhaustion or hypothermia. It happens in this area. After, the summit on the way down Oh really. Oh I didn't know that that's really depressing. It's like Oh, you've achieved the thing and now you're going to die. Yeah, yeah I don't like that also I would think that any sort of dangling rope mummy would be very dangerous and I can totally understand doing the old heave. Ho! Ho, and so these bodies are just collecting down in this gorge. and. It's just like littered with Colorful Ski Jacket Sad as a horror movie in the making according to the laws in Nepal Everest is considered sacred in any remains are to be removed immediately. That's the law you need to remove them immediately. The problem is it's nearly impossible to retrieve remains from this area, which is also called the death zone. cheery, there was this one guy's name was. Peter Kinloch and he had just summited Everest when he was struck by sudden blindness. Now this is another problem that people have at these altitudes. His team reported that Peter was an excellent health climb up, and they also noted how overjoyed he was when he reached the summit, this was a dream that he had but due to the high altitude. oftentimes this happened in Peter's case, climbers are struck with retinal hemorrhages, bleeding from the cells in the back of their eyes, and it can cause blurred vision or just outright blindness she's. So he's on top of fricken Everest in he goes. Blind guides notice that kid locks. Loss of coordination was starting to become more prominent at that point. He admitted he could no longer see so sherpas tried to help him. He's twenty eight years old. They try to help them down the mountain. They shared their oxygen and their medicine with him over ten hours in hopes of keeping him stable enough until they reached base camp, but the team began to suffer from hypothermia and frostbite. They had to make the difficult decision to leave him behind now. Yeah, OH, my Gosh! Those poor people several months later, one of Peter King locks friends. A guy named Rodney. Hogue was making his own attempt on Everest. And he spotted Peter Sitting on a ledge, his remains were perfectly preserved by the ice. He said quote when I saw him I instantly knew it was Peter. You could see his face. It was just like he was lying on his back taking arrest. Jeez the climbed down to Peter was too dangerous to undertake, so hope took a moment. He paid his respects to his fallen comrade before continuing on. On now before Kinloch had died, the SHERP. Is that were with him at clipped him to a fixed line on the side of the mountain, and that's probably where he will remain until somebody cuts down. That's got to be super bizarre to all of a sudden. See your dead friend on the side of a mountain. Yeah, he's been dead for months and he looks like he's taken a nap. Be Concerned that I was like hallucinating. Yeah, nobody knows exactly how many bodies are still on Everest? But the estimate it to be just over two hundred eighty bodies. Most of them are Sherpas, which is not surprising. That makes a lot of sense. They reside in the Tibetan Nepali border area, interestingly the Sherpas when they die the perish. Perish at the lower altitudes while the foreigners perish higher up closer to the top of the mountain I. Don't know why that is exactly, but but that's what statistics tell us interesting. According to the Himalayas database, most climbers expire either ascending or descending from the summit, mostly descending very few diet base camp. Now there have been very strange and unexplained sightings on the mountain particularly in this area that I'm talking about the dead zone. Just as you're coming down from the summit Pemba, Dorji Sherpa from Nepal claims to have seen black shadows during his two thousand four ascent of Mount Everest. When I paused at amount of rocks I saw what looked like spirits in the form of black shadows coming toward me. They had their hands outstretched. They were begging for something to eat. Dorji thinks the shadows are obviously spirits of mountaineers that were killed during past climbs, and that's interesting, because it's a tradition to leave food near a deceased climber's body on the mountain as a form of respect, Mohan Singh a resident of local Himalayan village. He reportedly encountered a very strange man, wearing mountain, climbing gear outside of his home. During the winter months of two thousand four, he said the sky turned to black, and the stranger reached for sings shirt he was. He was trying to grab him to keep himself from falling, but his fingers went right through sings body just like a ghost might do. Strangers Body. He said, continuously changed sizes, growing up to nine feet, tall, and then suddenly shrinking to quote the height of a chicken. Dad's weird. That's terrifying. I mean your brain must be doing crazy things when you your body is being put through that that tremendous stress will that that that is true, and that's what makes this particular story interesting is this is a a resident of a village that is certainly acclimated hikers go you. You know Internet of this this village on their way to and from, so he wasn't. He wasn't hiking. He wasn't doing this this dressy thing actually chopping wood chopping, what can be stress in June of nineteen, thirty three Frank Smyth while he was climbing suddenly. You sense that he was not alone. He descended from one of Mount Everest's notorious death zone areas, and during a break from these this journey he encountered the presence of a man. Described it a mint cake with him. He attempted to break his mint cake in half, and as he was handing it to this man, the man just slowly disappeared right in front of his eyes. Sometime later Smyth discovered to dark bulbous. Hovering over him, he described one of the objects as having a quote. Squat developed wing, while the other had a beak like protrusion kind of like the spout of a tea kettle. K The objects remained pulsating over him until eventually disappearing in a passing now, that could be explained by the brain's lack of oxygen at a higher altitude. That's still pretty pretty frigging weird. Be Creepy. In one thousand, nine, hundred eighty five guy, named Dougal Hanson and a friend of his Doug Scott, claimed two cents quote a third climber aiding their survival one particularly brutal Mount Everest. Ascent has an got were members of the very first expedition that successfully climbed Mount Everest using uncharted path, so this was. Arduous journey. The ghostly mountaineer that the men ran into. I would hope that on that kind of journey. You'd want to hold your head up high. Oh, an arduous journey got it Arjun journey no gone account. Topical Jokes Katrina. All home bringing the topical Joe Folks. But a band from the sixties. Early seventies actually but. I will look that shit up seventy two Arjun. Hold your head up. Featuring Rod Argenta. Former lead singer of zombies founded in nineteen sixty nine. Yeah, but when was that song hit? I didn't say. When was the song ahead? I said a banned from the sixteen. semantics. So the ghostly mountaineer that them, so the ghostly mountaineer that the men encountered apparently helped them out, he provided extra company, and encouragement has an in Scott claimed that the phantom climber help them make it through the night. And then he just disappeared. That reminds me of that story of the the woods that kill people. You talked about one time. There is a group of kids. And the waters were rising. The rivers were rising, and there was always someone at the river to help them across, but it turns out. There was no one there something that story vaguely vaguely. That's called the third man factor. Oh, that's the it's a thing. It's an extraordinary account of how people at the very edge of death often sense an unseen presence beside them who encourages them to make one final effort to survive? They offer a feeling of hope, protection guidance, and it leaves the person convinced that he or she is not alone. wikipedia says that Sir Ernest Shackleton during the Shackleton Expeditions wrote in his book, South his belief that a in corporal being joined him in two others during the. The final leg of their journey Shackleton wrote during that long and racking march of thirty six hours over the unnamed mountains and glaciers of south Georgia. It seemed to me often that we were four. Not Three. His admission resulted in other survivors of extreme hardship, coming forward and sharing similar experiences in recent years, well known adventurers like climber, reinhold, Messner and polar. Explorers Peter, Hillary, and Bancroft reported that exact same experience. Some some people think of it as a Guardian Angel. Some people think of it as imaginary friend I'd like to think that if I was in that kind of situation and some sort of spirits, being came to me to encourage me to withstand pressures and persevere I. It would be Michael Jordan. Would it yeah okay? I would follow Michael Jordan's advice, absolutely Michael Jordan. Talk me into just about anything I'd be like you're right Michael. A lot of people say an explanation for this is a coping mechanism for the brain. Modern psychologists have actually used the third man factor to treat victims of trauma Oh the cultivated inner character lens imagined support and comfort. That's kind of a nice place to end I think. On the story rather than? People stepping over frozen corpses, and that was nice top of. Ghosts. Thing in the middle today's thing in the middle once again called from the freaks group on facebook. Jesse rights anyone else's family have words that they use that. No one else understands in my family. If you're about to say something, and then you suddenly forget, or you can't remember something that you know you know. We call it a brain fart I just said brain fart to a friend and she. She was so confused she'd never heard the term. Yeah and I think that's really interesting. And so many people chimed in with their family words that don't make no sense and I love it number five. Emily writes I'm from New York originally and we call people. Things like chew ch and Scotch I. Don't know how to spell it exactly, but it means you're being a pain in the ass. L. Says Oh. We have so many family. Speak Words that I could go on for days. Some of them are rubber, husband, but dollies and waffle juice. They all sound bad, but they aren't, but she doesn't go on to say what they are for I. Wish I need to know what waffle juice a- need to know? What but dollies are I think I might need one. Linda commented Google Equals ibook irs. Yam Equals huge turn I light equals too bright. Just left a huge GM into the room. Bob Number two Julius. My mom has a habit of adding the ending equal to a body part for example, if you wearing the bride's on the boob area. Wear shoes that your critical area! And it seems totally normal to me I. Love It. Analysis writes in zombies is Arby's means. Those little balls of fluff that you vacuum up. ZOMBIES I love those things. My sister always called the the stuff that gathers in the bottom of a sink trainer Grete, and I liked that very much I thought it was very a descriptive, and it sounds like the right word to use its Gret of adopted that myself. Friend's MOM. Always called Farts fluffs fluffs. Heard that yeah. Hoop fluff. My, mom when she wanted you to do, something quickly would say higgledy-piggledy. Go Clean Your Room higgledy-piggledy. Sure why authoritative when you say that. Yeah, I mean it hastily. The box auditees with cat and Ja- through Gilligan to off. What do you got for me? What you. What? I was doing the robot during that. Have, you ever heard of Dog Mountain? No, are we doing to mountain? Stories back toback sort of. I mean it is a mountain, yes. Dog Mountain is set upon about one hundred fifty acres a private mountain top spot in Saint. John's Barre Vermont the grounds are almost always open to people and their dogs. It was started by Stephen, neck and Gwen Hugh Neck. Stephen Hyun was born in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, eight in Columbus. Ohio he was an American Wood. Carver artist, furniture, maker, painter, and author. He was a self taught sculptor Stephen started out as an antique furniture picker, and through that experience. He said that he learned about good design and how to build furniture that lasts forever, and he studied the furniture, so then he started to build the furniture. Stephen had very good fortune to be discovered doing the thing that he loved. He carved his first piece. It was an angel and. And it was in the back of his truck, and he was discovered in Nineteen eighty-four, when a man started pulling the angel out of the back of his truck, and he said. How much do you want for this angel and Hyun? It was not intending to sell it, and he believed that the guy wouldn't pay what he wanted for it anyway, so he said a thousand dollars in the man revealed himself to be an art dealer for Manhattan, and he gave the guy a thousand dollars. This is the type of story. Yeah. It really is so. The Art dealer paid Stephen The thousand dollars and that was that he was now an artist. In The New York Times in nineteen, Eighty, eight, there was an article that states in a short time several of Mr H- UNIX works were sold through that dealer. One fetch ten thousand dollars. I never made half that on an antique Stephen who was thirty nine at the time said. This seems like a miracle within two years of the sale from his pickup truck. His works were. Were being widely exhibited as examples of Faux Card from the Stamford Museum and Nature Center to the White House. Mr Pieces are in the permanent collection of the Smithsonian Institution the Dog Museum of America and the American Kennel Club so in Nineteen ninety-four. Stephen suffered from adult respiratory distress syndrome after he fell down a flight of stairs, and it left him in a coma for two months. the, doctors were not hopeful, but with the help of his wife Gwen. Stephen made a full recovery. He pretty much had to relearn everything how to walk how to sign his own name, and just before this accident had taken place, he's was inspired to do a series of woodcut prints based on his dog sally. So after he woke up from the coma once he was able to Stephen began working. Working on these would cuts, and the I would cut. He carved was called. Life is a ball, and that celebrated his newfound life, and it remains one of the most cherished and iconic of his works You can probably picture it. It's kind of a rectangular piece, and it's a water line on the bottom with dogs head coming up out of the water after a ball and at the bottom. Bottom, it says life is ball. It's real simplistic, but beautiful, and well done and anyway I love it so Stephen and Gwen. It didn't have kids, but they always had dogs. They were there constant companions, and they felt that they were compelled to do something special, and after Stevens near death experience, they bought a property in one, thousand, nine, hundred five to do this project dog mountain, the centerpiece of. Of Dog, mountain is the dog chapel and that opened its doors memorial. Day weekend of the year. Two thousand Dog Mountain is an unspoiled haven. It's Scott Hiking trails and and Dob Pons. There's wild flowers in the summer and you can snowshoe in the winter. leashes are not required. You are encouraged to bring your dogs and just let them beat dogs, and this is in Saint John's Berry. Correct Okay Stephen spoke of his passion project and said I've learned so much more about love from my dogs than I ever did my parents or the church. He's quoted in the Chicago Tribune as saying they're really great teachers, and they love you with their whole hearts, so dog mountain is a vast park like space and is open to the public at no charge it. It also includes a gallery of Stevens Artwork and fun agility course for dogs I mean as post people could do it, too, but you know probably more fun for the dogs. Stephen and Gwen turned the barn that was on the property into a studio space. He said I'm a hand carver. I love the texture. You can get only by hand and he carved almost. Almost every single day of the year he would take time out to walk the dogs obviously, but he was pretty much just wanted. It's what he did. It's how he spent his time and being self taught. He carved very unique style, some referred to as backward carving, so he carved toward himself. Other artists were very curious about this style and one actually asked. Asked if he could come and stay with Stephen and Gwen for a month spend a month. Just watching him carve so that he could learn his style because he loved what he produced by sea, and the style is unique to Stephen, so he wanted to kind of absorb them. It's kind of counterintuitive though you don't WanNa. Be Carving toward yourself with sharp pokey thing. Stephen and Gwen very private people, though so they declined the offer of having a random stranger artist. Come live with them for a month. They like I said they didn't have kids, but they did have three dogs, two black labs, daisy and Sally and molly a golden retriever. Stephen built. The Dog Chapel himself in the style of twenty s Vermont Village Church. It is small, modest and white. The chapel resembles a regular new. England church from the outside, aside from the steeple topped with a Labrador with wings. One? A sign out front proclaims welcome all creeds, all breeds. No Dogmas allowed. This is according to the New York. Times inside the four pews had made by Mr Huhne are supported by carved wooden dogs stained glass windows depict dogs in various poses, and the walls are covered inches thick with photos and handwritten notes to departed pets. Place there by their grieving visitors, according to John is who is gwynn's brother in an interview with NPR. Stevens said that the dog chapel was his largest and most personal artwork, and it really is. It's a masterpiece. The videos that I watched. It's almost spiritual. People walk inside, and there's this real reverence. Wait. That's carried there and you can see these handwritten notes. That say things like Frankie. These sixteen years were the best years of my life. I'll never forget you my sweet hot dog. You know that kind of thing. Some our work is obviously made by children grieving. They're they're lost pets. It's really an emotional place. What a beautiful project would a beautiful effort would a beautiful work of art that is, and it was so personal to them. It was such a passion project a thing that they believed that that we need to have unfortunately the UNIX fell on hard times during the two thousand eight financial crisis and Steven in January of two thousand, ten was despondent over having to have laid off employees. They lost a lot of money. They weren't able to maintain the employees that they had hired. And so at the age of sixty one, he took his own life in June of two thousand thirteen, after three years of maintaining dog mountain on her own and struggling to keep it going and grow this project that meant so much to her and her husband. Gwen passed away as well. The Dog Mountain community released a statement. Gwen never got over the loss of Stephen and missed him terribly every day. As you all know after Stephen's death, she devoted her life to continuing his legacy as a great artist, she continued to manage the gallery and kept active in community affairs. She vowed to help. Turn Saint John's Berry into one. One of the most dog friendly places in Vermont so this year, the twentieth anniversary of the opening of the dog chapel the dog mountain website posted finally in the year two thousand, the dog chapel was introduced to the world is a symbol of peace, love and remembrance in the twenty years, since it has been transformed into a living piece of communal art and history ever-evolving, each new note and photo pin to the overflowing walls, the chapel has become a unique and moving physical embodiment of the unending love. People have to give in these times especially places like the dog chapel deserve to be celebrated and cherished. That is so beautiful. It's sad that that his life ended with him being despondent and sad. Because clearly, he gave so much joy to people through his works and. This one in particular, the the struggle was not new, though he had lived most of his life, battling depression, and so it was I from the vibe. That I got from the articles that I. Read and the statements released by friends and relatives. It seems like this was kind of all that he could handle like he gave what he wanted to give back and was would just wasn't able to fight anymore. It's interesting. How many creative people suffer from depression? I've not seen any statistics on it, but I would venture to guess it's a pretty high percentage. Absolutely name so friends of Dog Mountain is a nonprofit organization that was established by family and friends of Stephen and Gwen. That's committed to ensuring the dog mountain and the Stephen Unit Gallery and the dog chapel will not just survive. Survive but thrive, and you can find more on the website. Dog Mt Dot Com. There's all kinds of information about Stevens art and the legacy, and where you can donate to help. Keep this passion project going. There's actually been a documentary made about the location as well. It's called Dog Mountain, a love story and I think I'd really like to watch that slash. Never Watch it because I don't think I'll make it through. Yeah. We have a very dear friend who had to say goodbye to his dog today. So. This story I think affects you and I may be. A bit more because of that I know this is kind of a bummer and I tried to figure out like how to like. Put the whole death part in the first part and then move, but there's no way you. GotTa tell a story as it is, and so I wanted to leave you with this. It's a quote from Stephen Eunuch that I found him. 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Episode 5: Hogs and Holes

Architects of Entropy

58:03 min | 6 months ago

Episode 5: Hogs and Holes

"Off off off our scene opens onto laborers digging a hole in the ground in the morning sun all around them people scramble about doing their daily business. Farmers tend to the Hogs that give the district its name Merchants buy and sell the meat the feeds the lower half of nail Shard pigs rut installs at the men continue to dig sweating and toiling of yours larger of the two men. Rubs his brown pauses in his thinking I mean, don't get me wrong we needed the sewer line here, but I really didn't think we'd have to take the bloody thing ourselves smaller man continues this labor councils compensating us. I mean just think if we had to wait on the public works, but food's to do it, the thing had never happened off besides we're almost done here. Look small man shovel turns a clump of dirt and uncovers a hole in the earth as the Sun hits the new fissure to gather steam the Sports Package both labor program loading L. That's what stink but dogs. Come on. Let's clear out. The two men get to work cleaning up the whole all the while gagging is a smell worsens as a whole in the sewers clear. One of the men catches sight of something. What the hell is that how long it's something ain't right here reaches into the hole and as quickly grabbed by rotting and screams as he was pulled into the Earth. Hey, welcome back. Everybody. We are The Architects of entropy and we are here on episode five months. Is that right? Five? Wow, five episodes guys, and we're still on the air, but I haven't canceled us yet. We haven't. Yeah, we've been getting all your fan mail bouncers love us. Yes. Yeah largely because we haven't released any yet. Yeah, and hey look, you know at the at so far you don't have to listen to ads about underwear or web services that if you want that I mean, yeah, I mean, yeah, we're more than happy to take their money, but I will make some up. I mean we have yet to listen to a manscaping advertising and at least one of my podcasts has that what the hell Several that I listen to heaven. Let me tell you something just because you can say something all the time doesn't mean you should say so because it's still it's still jarring off. It's showing it's always jarring. We're still here recording remotely and you guys should all be second level now. So seven level and 5th edition really, it doesn't mean that much to most of classes except for the Druid The Druids get to pick their focus at second level. Everybody else for the most part are other classes. You kind of pick your focus at third-level. How does he cuz Druid ship oil change if that's a word probably zika has chosen the focus of the circle of the land with the focus with the specialization of forests to reflect her lifetime growing up to Forest. So, all right, nothing nothing too outlandish. Very very zika zika. Yes. Yes. Okay anything interesting you guys home? Second level for your Ranger cleric that I am better at archery. That's about it. I'll still roll to every time but well, yeah. Yeah, I can Channel Divinity guided strike. So once per long rest, I can make an attack with a plus ten bonus to the wrong. Oh see that's see and that's another thing. There's not a ton of things in D&D 5th edition that gives you like a plus two roles most of the time it's either advantage or disadvantage but it's a thing like sometimes advantage and disadvantage doesn't sometimes just too much and sometimes it's not enough money. I know that that was definitely something that they had kind of changed from previous levels. When there were they wanted to cut down on the amount of Matthew had to do yeah. Yeah, which I do to see Ze. Hey roll two dice take the better one advantage basically means you roll two d20s and you take the better role disadvantages your role 220s and you take the worst role and that's something that been around in one form or another and organizations, but they kind of made it more official in this one. Yeah, we're talking about rural stuff this whole time. That is fun for everyone. All right. Let's refer to page 36 pack 12 8 256 in the phb clearly states that if you're standing with on a west-facing walk all you can't flank around, you know what I say this stuff but we also play Pathfinder, which is the kind of opposite of that and yeah, but we do so, you know wage Sometimes you want fiddly crunchy rules and sometimes you want to kind of fly by the seat of your pants. So yeah, and another thing we're doing is I think you're going to start getting more comfortable with the whole architect action thing. I think we're slowly making it less of a mechanical thing and more adjust of a this is the thing that happens and I'm glad that Rick I'm glad that you did something that could not in a combat situation because you can you can do that. You can also as Architects especially if there's something that if something is close to something that you created yourself like for example in bail males are in this District of the city wage a lot of stuff, you know, Kevin could say is the way it is and I could describe something you could be like, well you suck really aren't like that maybe more like this and I would be like, okay obviously off as a DM. I'm going to take your creations and do stuff with them. But if ever something feels like it's veering really far away from your original vision of that we can talk about it. We might have to sometimes come to get a little bit of em take on that depending on how big a focus it is. But the last thing I want to do is take your creations and make them completely opposite to the way you originally saw them, you know, obviously there's something in the storage lately want them to do we can talk about that as well and all that stuff will happen, you know behind the scenes to right now. We've been doing a lot of day-by-day stuff, but I want to get to a point where we're taking a little bit longer breaks between stuffing and in that time in other parts of the world things will happen because we know based on the world we created there's a whole War that's Brewing, you know with these dragons in the South with or be fine. Yeah Orcs And Dragonborn and and there's kobolds and there's you know, and and we haven't we haven't run into too many goblins yet, but goblins in this world I belong Rick are kind of everywhere. Oh, yeah. Yeah, they're For those of you that are fans of Babylon five and remember the pact marah, they're kind of like that or if you're fans of Star Wars are kind of like jaw was there every where the authors racist almost considered them Vermin which is completely unfair but you know last we left our heroes they were standing in an alley at night just outside of hogs being a lie a small District of the city that has been shuttered by the guard. It's been surrounded by wooden Palisades and guards have been set Centre outside of it know when she comes in no one goes out and you want to get in there because one of his friends went missing after she went there and you're pretty sure that's where she is you are standing right now in a life outside of their getting ready to kind of make your move and you just noticed a hay cart in that alley inside. The Hague card is a body of a gentleman you are just working with just earlier today. But this body is about a week old. So I'll pick it back up with you all standing around that body Huna is crouching at the edge of the alley and she's looking out towards a palisade and she looks back to using and like we don't have time for this. We have to move. I think we've been had one way or another. I mean who knows it's not anything we can do about it now just be weary. I suppose always the yeah, let's go right back. So you're facing this wooden Palisade. It's a wall about fifteen feet high and at the top of it, you know, it's kind of like, you know, they're kind of like steak at the end there like full like wooden Stakes almost and there's a God about every hundred feet or so where you are. Now, you're covered by Darkness you're in a part that is halfway from one end of the district to the other. So you're Parkway between two guard. And then on one side of this as you're looking east and west down the alley on the west side is the main city wall, which is a giant stone wall which goes up about fifty feet and then the other side of that just goes back to the street, but in the front of that street side, there's more guards their Manning the front and there is a door in the front, but I mean pretty hard for you to get around to without anyone seeing If it's a relatively light inside of the street at night and there's a bunch of guards here. There's about fifty feet on either side of you there as a guard but it's pretty dark on that and they haven't seen to notice yet, So I think I think we could probably climb up this we would just have to be very quiet and very fast. If the United Kingdom and over and we can talk some ropes down for the two of you. All right? All right, looks like a plan. Let's try and do that as a reminder out of character E songs, when they you do not have anything in their hands can become quadrupeds with a prime speed. Yes. Yes, that's right. And what is their client declined speed? It is 30,000. Okay, so they can go a little bit faster. So she has she's her whole short Sword and the long bow on her back and she pulls out a rope and throws it around her shoulder and I'll do the same. So what we're gonna do is you two are going to give me a acrobatics or Athletics whichever one is better for you acrobatics. And then also a black belt. acrobatics 18 still 21 22, right? So yeah, you see dikha just comes kind of jumps from the ground just up to the side of the wall get herself of the top of it and gets over to the South like silent just adds up the wall and then she gets up tops. It's just down right in the middle between two of the thank-you spikes points are a little bit down and then drops down a rope Huna off at the same time much like zika. She flies up the side of the wall, even faster Skinner's up to the top as she grabs onto one of the planks of the thing. You see that it's almost split and as she hits the top part of the wall of the scraps, it doesn't fall apart or anything but it makes a loud crack going down halfway into the wall. And then you see the either side of the issue. What was that and then some guards are looking around and looking up and what's y'all do when they always had for Less ate it was the fact it was the wall. It was crap get a human construction those of you down at the bottom. What are you doing? Are the guards looking up right now? They're looking all around they start lurching very slowly forward. They're given little signals to each other and looking up. She'll give me another style. Throw the both of you on top of eggs. Okay, you can do much better. They come forward you guys got down you're holding on the other side of the wall. I'm going to I'm going to actually drop down to the other side of the home. Okay, you get down to the other side who knows fill up there, but the guards look around they come forward you to in the alleyway, you're kind of in the darkness and everything, but if you guys can get me spell trolls Advantage, okay? Okay 23. Okay. All right, So the guards kind of look around they look up the kind of approach it like did you hear that? Yeah, something like something would splitting you look around. I mean it seemed to see anything. Oh, yeah. Yeah dead. There's some old world I guess. Right. Well keep an eye out. I guess I'm seeing anything. They want their way back to their posts. All right. So actually I would need acrobatics or athletic rolls from you guys and girls as well unless you decide to do something else acrobatics is 16. Okay Athletics is 11:00. Okay. Stealth is twenty-three. He's all right. Stealth is 11:00 11:00. It is Razor. Well lucky for you. The guards bags did not seem to notice here after that weirdly enough considering that they were already alerted to something but they they're drunk. Yeah, as you guys are closing up right here in in here, you're having, you know a little bit of trouble with all this slower than normal, but you're getting up a you do notice at one point. A lady comes around a corner and went to the alleys gets attention to one of the guards and then both guards walk over to where she is and they have a little conversation long as you get over the top you realize okay. Looks like somebody in the neighborhood is trying to do some kind of business with these guards doesn't seem related to anything you're doing but it doesn't little monkey most certainly give you a cover to get over that wall. So as you come over the other side of it you will see it's not a huge neighborhood. There are like five or six little heavy sections of buildings to your right. There is a bunch of stalls with Hogs and sheep and a couple of donkeys mostly Hogs and then took some shops. There's an in and there's a bunch of houses and you can see about equidistant to where you where there are two other guards stationed. So between you about the same amount of distance, there are two other guards. So as you make your way over the other side you come down. You see that huhne has hidden herself under 1,000 buildings of she kind of skitters across as a storefront there with an awning that she skitters over just pushes you over and if you guys can just give me another just a stealth roll with Advantage cuz it's very dark over here and okay sixteen Twenty-One. All right, you guys all took her under this awning zika. You think you see something on the corner of your eye and then at that point a guard more towards the city wall sees you what's going on over there off and it starts makes his way in your direction. You're not you're not supposed to be out at night. He is approaching you the rest of your head Island doesn't seem stickiest seen you the other guard on the other side of him is looking your direction but isn't doing anything yet. So as he comes back way, just everyone tell me what their plans are in the situation. You don't want to try and open the date of of these animal pens that we're right next to and let's see how long the guard is now between you and your block of buildings and the animal pens. Oh, I you can still try and go for it. It's just you'd need a bolt across and hey off the end. You said there was an inner something is that between the guards and stuff it is to the right of you and that block of buildings or you're in okay roll initiative see what order we do stuff. In fact, let's go ahead and run an issue. That's a good idea. I got a 14 yesterday. I got that too. Just - 10:00. So the guard approaches you chica. He's got a sponge. He's pointing a told you to stay inside at night. I don't you just sneaking around. I thought you were red or something, but we could get around pretty well. He seemed to be mistaking you for somebody else and just as he gets up to you. You hear a sound? And in the sog you hear this white right now. You got to get back to your house that is say I will say to the guard. Sorry additional large have got me a bit. Loopy heading back home. Now off, right? Yeah. Well I catch you out again, and there's going to be consequences right right back home now. So she researched skittering towards those houses. Yeah, turn off voice. Okay, so the guard goes back to his post. He doesn't seem to have noticed the rest of you. Zika, and you get to this other block of houses you see saying she's hanging out the window she goes. What are you doing here doing? Yeah. Yeah through the window are zika zika like you of all people and she just triggers a little bit because I'm like, what are you doing here? I thought the last person I expected to see him all the horrible. And as I look at her you notice her face is a little bruised and she's favoring one side. Oh my God, what's happened to you? A little spot a Brother come on in get in here. And you alone know I've got friends. Who knows. Let me look at a couple of other friends. Oh dear me Huna to find out what's going on. What's going on? Well, I got tale to tell you go get your friends over here though. They're not safe out there a guard really Twitchy. I'm trying to follow it. Okay? Well Ross, you know what? I think I can figure something out. And do you see the door of the houses in after a second? It opens up a little light kind of comes through and then you see Seguin. She's on a crutch her right rear leg is bandaged up. Let me see that leg. Just kidding. Just kidding. Just kidding. No worry. I'm covering for your friends. Yeah, I'll climb through the window. I'll immediately start looking at the leg seeing if it's something I can share with your wounds. It's definitely beyond that. It looks like it's broken. Okay, it's going to take a little time for her to get over money under things going on. Just get in if you go into the house. Yeah window you see two small children are staring at you. They look at Birth. Boys about eight girl about 10 and they say is that you step over to you and you're not saying who are you? I'm a friend just say he's names of hard water. Oh, have you come here to rescue us? I sure hope so. Either that I've got myself in a way better trouble. Well, I don't know what's going on here. But my Mom and Dad's tell us we have to stay in they don't let us leave the ISA children know they're human. Oh, okay. Yeah. Sorry. I should have said they're human. You know, I wasn't sure. What are your name? I'm Griselda and this is Rudy. Lovely name lovely kind of children. Well, thank you mustn't wake up parents up there. They're not going to be happy that we have more mouths to feed. Oh, no, I'm not here alone. And I can do anything about neither. Is anyone else here, but maybe the guards they can flame boiler AIDS. Yeah. Well, everybody's being really really quiet about everything they want to talk about it, but they say we have to stay here until the God sets. Okay for us to talk about they said why Oh, no. No, they say that some people are sick. That's all they say, but I haven't seen any sick people don't seen any people. They're all they don't let him out, you know, they bring in food and water occasionally, but the same gods they they never seem to ever even change will get to the tail of this is Mark a word come over here. We can hide you in our bathroom. Hopefully I should have some more friends coming along. So in the meanwhile outside and you guys are huddling around in the dark and then you see another esog on a crush come out interview em, and she I can go out and grab them if that's easier cuz I have wild shape now. Well, we allowed to turn into a mouse or a r n or something like that. All right. Are you going to do that? I'm going to do that. Okay. So what are you turning it to? Although a rat? Okay, the kids turn around to take you into the room and then you duck out and then become a rat and then scatter off. They'll be like a bunch of birth. So in the meantime before you make the scene, you see this little frog in a prep come over and just kind of starts waving to the guts I am. Hey Lawrence Philip. I need your help over here. I told you to stop coming out of the house not supposed to be out at night. You're going to get us in so much trouble with the captain and then, we're over there. Why do you want and she gets in an animated discussion with them but we haven't had any decent vegetables in days the least you can do if you're going to keep them trapped in the air was told the captain that that we need more people we have children here and we did you get them healthy and then she obviously has a rid of a rapport with these darts and they don't seem like they're upset with her. She knows them by name say he is like that. She's a talker. She always been able to make friends. If you probably will how she got herself in this house with these people. She's probably a nice frog be the charismatic wage. Oh, yeah, are they larger? They can be either medium or small there's a Midland group. Yeah, she's small. She's got confused for you. So she's small. Yeah. Yeah, so during this discussion. It looks like you get an opportunity to get around these guards and then all of a sudden there's no rat appears at your feet and it turns into a nice, huh so bad. It looked like he was about like, oh, you know clean on, let me turn back into a rat to get back because it's a better chance for me to make pack, right? I don't understood are awesome. So you're able to get over there. I don't need to make spell Thrills at this point. I want your your previous roles are enough to get you through the scene. You're one of us house. And at this point the house is lit up. You see there's two young children arguing with two adults and women are they usagi children know they're all humans as a human family in this house the mother and father having a really animated dog. Will return of like I told you we cannot have any more guests in this house is Houses full you children, you take after your mother wage. Hello. We will not be taxing your hospitality wealthy if there's anything we can do to end this hold on. Hold on who is mature you take hard water and the rest of you order blastmaster calculate of the great Forge. I am Karen lock pleasure to meet you. Excellent intentions and knocks an empty belly Among Us will not bother you. I'm Ernst France. And this is Siggy and Rudy and Griselda my children off your friends say well, we took her in when the guards closed down dogs be an ally we took her in and she has been our guest since then she tried to escape got in a scuffle with the guards and broke her back like and at this point say comes back in the house and what you're going to say. I know what you're going to say, but with these people we have a shot at getting out of here. Everything is fixing the situation. Now, what is the situation? Well, I have a seat. I'll make some tea so over the course of the next few minutes you're able to find out what little they know is that in all happened one afternoon. And as the work was being done on the sewer line Ernst works on one of the Farms, but he was home that day. There was a Ruckus around where the sewer line off. Being put in guards were called they surrounded the whole area. And then by the end of the day, the whole area had been cordoned off. They said that there had been a plague outbreak in that area often make a lot of sense because plague outbreak seem to correspond with something happening with that sewer line. Somebody said that the guy is digging the sewer line fell down a hole. Some said they fell down a hole in the ground wage because they were digging a hole in the ground. You think they'd be able to not fall on their own hole in the ground. But some people said that they were attacked by something. Some people said that a horrible smell came out of the ground smelled like Ryan death and everyone's got sick. But all they know for sure is that area has also been cordoned off and no one's been able to get out of their sagy breaks in at that point. It says, well, I know she can get down to the City sewers through there and if we could get down there we can get out of here or four we get in there we can see what's going on and and at the very least find out the truth, what we need to do is go over to where the sewer lines. And see what happened and at the very least we might be able to to get people out through the sewers but seems attend fun made. No, no, not that crazy plan. First of all who's going to go down to earth if they and if there's a plague then I don't think that's a good idea. My purse investigate. We'll see what's going on over there. Make sure it's safe then we'll get you on your way ones out. Well, that's all right, but if anything happens if you think you're sick don't come back here understood as I said, we're not here to betray your hospitality. We're here to end this madness. All right. All right, if you're going to do it, you should probably do it before it gets light. The sewer line is inside of a that area is cordoned off area inside of the the Block in the middle of town. This won't be hard to move. So you draws you like a little map of where it is I go with you if I can but its leg is very very bad and I want to keep the friends are safe. So let me know what you find out. Who knows with us? Yeah, she's been cutting in every now and then to just really like but what about the serpent folk? I heard it was a serpent folk and they're like, they're no serpentfolk here at all. Shut up with a decent full-sized seems to be the only one that really believes a serpent Falcon anything to do with it. So you're you're pretty sure that that was nonsense. I'm sure she not the only eats Odyssey suck. You also find out that there's really no other dog hear the rumors of Esau disappearing and Hogs Benelli pretty much also came from Pune. But I mean, it's not like she didn't believe it. It's just what she worked herself up into believing so who know? Why don't you stay here and tend the wounds of your friend while we investigate? No. No, I'm coming with you. I have to help anyone else have any thoughts to contribute to this plan. How should we go about getting there? Can you turn us all into animals? Not yet home. I can get the aid of animals though. If there are some nearby I can speak with them proudly can provide a distraction for some of the guards. There are a lot of pigs. You could Rose them maybe set them to squeal and I'll see what I can do is there's Pig stalls on the other side of that block. Perhaps if you were to rile the pigs up and they got loose from their stalls. So the guards of the only ones who would be able to Corral them cuz they won't let anyone anyone else out box for me, Sounds like a plan. Yes, so you here unless you're able to do it from a distance. I actually need to be close to them. So come with you. Would you be able to write in your own? I should be all right on my own. I'm fairly sneaky. Canada has proved himself to be quite sneaky. You're still towards of all been pretty ridiculous. So until this time and so mja does what I'm day does and how did you roll a five when you got A plus 12. I'm in fact when the pigs started squealing wait for the guards to start running that direction and then try to sneak across. The alleys that we got their men hop into the whole. All right, and I guess that means that Kiernan will already be right by the whole. Yes. Hopefully that's your name will be on the other side of the whole so okay already. So Kiernan you sneak out of the house. You can't see the stall from where you are. But you know where she told you it was to make your way over there. Just going to need a stealth roll for you to get pass the guards standing outside of the whole area. Okay, of course, I will clearly I had a 13, that's okay you get about halfway there. And kicking Iraq and one of the guards looks up. And just licks to the other one gives them an odd that other guard stays there and and the guard Corps heard it walks in your direction. Is this Lawrence and Philip the the guards that say he was talking to these are not these took some other guards that are actually in the center that are coming out of that Center section of buildings. Okay, you're basically standing on one side of the hole and presumably there's some guards and they may not on the other side of that whole this is not Lauren Phillips, Laura and Phyllis. Yeah. It's guards guards. His name's you do not know any excuse me right now. You're not sure he's definitely heard you and he's going your direction does appear that he have seen you yet. So I am going to change into Philip. So using some kind of ability that Sharon has a disguise. All right, so you step out hopefully this is going on. I had something going on here in Chicago something so reception with advantage. 219 okay. Well, yeah. Yeah, I heard something too. But he just kick a rock or something. Yeah, that was me, but I heard something else. Maybe it was over there though. I'm not supposed to leave the supposed. So if you think of something you can end all I'll stay here. Yeah. Yeah, I could probably handle it. All right, give a shout. If you need us around it goes back. Well, isn't that something? So Philip wanders off? Yep over toward the pig no one seems to stop you as you go over there. Okay, I will change back to myself and I will communicate with tags. All right. What are you trying to communicate to the Pigs? We're not going to go through a role-playing session, which is the power of like a you're appealing to what ever since that they have. Probably just getting out of here. Yes. I'm imagining they don't really love being here in a small pen. Right? Yeah, they're well fed and well treated but like to spread their little legs if they could okay. Yeah, that's all right with a West Virginia accent. Try the new workers people from West Virginia. I listen to this. No. No, I want to see if they know any have they heard anything about the supposed plague. I don't know if they would be intelligent enough to know but I will ask them about okay. Give me just a straight Charisma. Okay. 1/12 okay, the pigs what they say is gray man comes out of whole gray man pulls other man in to hold all the men are from metalman Kane put up would everywhere Metal Men walk around the gardens, right? Yeah, and everyone is afraid thank you. All right. Did you let them out and about seven pigs from bailing out into the street? Yeah within about 30 seconds time a bunch of guards wage coming from all over to the book, One Step a pig. Would you like some grease live on some Grace and Faith man? Yeah real missed opportunity there. Okay, just screaming out of the fan large come from all directions and our like God damn song. The pins out again and the guards are really really not good at back in the middle of his name and no distraction off and you guys can get over there without any problem. So you get over to that area that entire section is Walled off and they're often appears to be no doorway into it. And you also notice that it's all boxed in. There's even a roof over it. Wow, the whole thing's been cordoned off there like a day away. There's a little skull on it says plague day away. It's maybe about twenty square feet. You could pull it the slats, you know and get in their life, but that's really the only way you'd be able to do it. It's not any hard but there's no door to the place. So all right start pulling it Flats. Look shoddy work. Give me a strength wrong. Everyone who's pulling its last can give me strength roles. This is just to see how many you can pull off enough a lot of tight Corners. Not much help evidently. I'm not much help either. Neither. Am I I will do is I guess I'm just going to try and pull it would of course. And what does that get you with a natural 29,000 so you guys have a little bit of trouble and you could just goes over and just pulls one right off. Like I don't know what your problem. I'm right real easy. I found the crash of wood and what's that flat is the way it's a little easier for you to pull further slash away and everyone could give me perception. Well well off to I'm obsessed with this crappy workmanship directionally bad pain, and absolutely, what did you give birth? a 500K everyone except razor razor is just feverishly pulling slats off trying to pull them up with all his might you hear sounds coming from within you hear shuffling off and then you hear Bout that. Yeah, and then about maybe half a second later. You see as razors pulling at the slats as I got both of his hands around this one. It's right ready to give and then from the inside track and comes out and grabs the flat and pushes it out. First thing you notice is oh, wow this gave very really easy and you're like, oh shit. I had help from someone off. Oh, no, I had help from someone inside that man looks really gnarly and a figure burst out of this little cage and it looks like a person is it gray? Yes, it's complexion is very gray. It's very stinky and he does not look to be entirely alive. So I'm gonna need everybody roll initiative. Yeah, fourteen eighteen thirteen. You are first you see a emaciated possibly not a live person bursting out of this King. I will use a bonus action to enact my sheleighly and I will also cast Faerie fire on this thing. Tell us about Faerie fire buried fire will outline it in I'll say violets and it will be outlined in light if it fails a 14 sex shave. Oh boy. What are the odds of things going to fail a deck say it looks really really fast. It's let's see it's codex of like sex. Weirdly enough that failed to Dex if we'd so it is shedding light and any attack rolls against it have advantage and it cannot benefit from invisibility. All right. Well, it won't change anytime soon. Just horrible living corpse thing comes out and then dikha waves her hands at him and said something and it was purple and really break Wicked Abomination against nature. This will be your last night on earth. Oh and you also have to lately so of course you say so of course I say walk off Black Oak Pho Crusher has been drawn and we go Kieran him horrible scene hear something really really Dreadful is happening. What do you do? In fact, I'm going to take a step back and pull out an arrow and shoot at it. All right take a shot. You have Advantage cuz he is glow right? Thanks Ali. That isn't twenty-three years. Oh, yeah. All right for sure. My arrow does maximum damage 12. Oh, right. So yeah, you crunch into this thing. She makes no sound but you push it back. Yeah, it's got arrow sticking out of it. Not much you can say cuz I don't really feel pain but it looks like a pretty solid shot a real a living person would be very unhappy razor. Yeah, I will try to smack this thing with my mates. Okay. So you stepped forward and brushed your Mesa. Yep. Yeah. I got a 22 hit that's certainly a hit. I'll swing it out and hard right on the shoulder. Okay for Five Points it in right a crunch and shoulder and it's well which side left or right left. So it's yeah, it's left arm is now like hanging down definitely looks now longer than it's right arm. And then we go to Hooda Hooda picks up a stone from the ground and then off. The stone Lowe's a pale green and then she throws in she's really a Magic Stone strikes with the magic Stone. She hits it right in the forehead. It goes barreling back. And and Falls outside of the whole and you see other shapes in there and pigs warned about this gray and then they said next another one of these things takes its place and lurches out and is going to attack raising its reach a designated hands out and trying to swipe me that is 8:23 to hit that will be it will take six points of slashing damage. All right. I'm going to need you to make a con save it's a seven. Okay, it can't move past razor but behind it. You see the one that fell down is up again, and he is going to honestly razor either only one who's close. Yep. It's going to try and fight. You said 19. What? All right, let's two points right at that point. You actually hear. Well, actually, you know what everyone can just give me a perception roll off. 1819 9:15 so you all here in the commotion of the whole pig situation here a couple of other guards say did you hear that song Somebody's over there? Somebody's over a hole and then they start running your way and zika. I will go and and swing it one of them. I guess I'll swing it the guy who's still in bed fire. Yeah, that would be oh that is a natural twenty. So all right. Yeh, that will be 17. Okay, and so you bring your sheleighly down and flat panel. And this time to fall down and stays in here then start fire anywhere. Yeah, there are torches all around this area like crazy fighting this area up since they really don't want people coming here cuz you know zombies if I can grab something that's on fire or I will light some of my arrows on Tire to bring some prior over there. You can spend the stern lighting arrow on fire. Okay, you can play there and then it's around fire truck going to raise their so creatures be gone gets away from here and pull up my holy symbol that and it will start to like almost flame around it like almost click Kohl's and then we'll be like the clanging of I was just going to say that I was going to say that you hear a distant like clang clang or just like that is so yeah. Here's like the pounding of a hammer on the yeah and they got lucky something fun. Trying to turn Undead Okay, it's Gotta make what we've been saying. Yeah. We're safest or run away for a minute. What's the difference? 1414? Okay, Luna is next. I'll let you know what happens on his turn when it's going to throw another magic Stone who she gets a closet for 10 a.m. The damage so so you hold them off their holy symbol hurt back and then a magic Rock swings it on the side of the head head. It's till 11:00 and then it turns around. So it's just appears in the darkness. Well, I can see. Oh, yeah, you can see a dark vision. So it's just a big wooden box and there's a hole in the ground and it goes into the hole in the ground. It's really overweight. And how long is that? One minute okay or until it takes any down? Okay, so you can hear there's definitely more than one of them down there. It's kind of shuffling around back to the other side like going down. It isn't take long before they stop. So it doesn't sound like there's a ton of room down there. Yeah, they have to try to stay thirty feet away from me. Yeah, you get that moved to a certain point and you can kind of hear them like hit dirt almost like they're trying to their way out under the box and everyone want to go down the hall some more down here target-rich environment. I'll kill myself before entering the bowl and a different Global come out of line and we'll be right back up to full let's go so at this point four guards are hitting the scene of this place and they're yelling and they're like, they're get out of there as you're going in zika who's your gun off? I'm going to run in after them. But before I do I will shout to the guards. They're trying to break boobs gets her useful settled over here and help we've got one down there. Not that tough job. Okay. So how do they climbing up and down? Is there like a ladder or stairs? Or you know, there's it's a hole in the ground the whole goes down about ten feet your claim. Of the side of this person whole you don't see any like evidence of any kind of sewer line. There's definitely just a big hole in the ground also my club so that I can use my line. You have to get home. So you climbed down there and you see there are two of these Undead people just trying to dig through the whole you get in there. It's just there's nothing really behind you. It looks like a Doug Tunnell that's just been caved in and they're trying to uncover it in but not having a lot of success. So you're able to get down there and then hearing and you have a flaming arrow. Yes. I will move down towards the zombie things until I can see one and then I will shoot at 1, okay. I didn't hit so okay. So nevermind. Well, okay. What did you get? I got a 9:00, you hit I did. Yeah, they're acs8. They're zombies. Wow. They're very easy to hear. It's just when they just that when they die, they don't always stay there. I did five points of regular damage. I don't know what the fire does but I believe it's D for but I don't think ya do another key for Key Port. Okay, that's 499 total and then razor. And put my mace back on the book and then I'll climb down there and pick it back up ready to fight an extra. Okay know we'll get to the edge of the full and pigs other magic stuff. This be a lot of stones around here. But you still home put it in your pocket. See before zombie fight. Oh, yeah, so she strikes the other zombie take some damage and then they turn around and not received to attack razor and one's coming at you razor ones coming at they'll have to try and stay away from Raising know cuz they took damage to the event off. Okay, so one tries to fight you in town. And I'm assuming a 10 doesn't hurt you. It does not when it comes down and it's horrible of rotted. Teeth. Just come right I pick up my wooden shield and flux it in the tooth either one of us needs goes flying off and it does not hate you other zombie misses you as well razor and we go back up to the top. The guards are all posting outside of the cage and they start taking the wooden slats and nailing them back up to the cage and they go we can't lay out of that. I'm sorry. You thought it now home and they'd start trying to put you back in for holding up the slats. Now on one of them is really getting a hammer and then they're reacting like, you know regular people would in the face of a zombie invasion and zika. We're back up to you. I will re-enact my sheleighly give another rousing war cry and welcome. That is going to be a well so that oh, yeah, that is okay. I will swing go for the knees till closing early May. Okay, and he falls down but he's still what I'm going to live and he's just now, you know out of your feet razor. Yeah, I'll start with the one that's not fighting. Bigla Ang. Oh, yeah hit it for 7. Yes. I smashed its elbow and then I'll as a bonus action. I'll check again and hit for another four years old phone book. Okay, cuz this is regular bludgeoned damage it is. Okay. So you smash it and then Smash It Again stops moving and then we go to Huebner who name is going to hurl a magic stone at the one on her friend. Zika flings a Magic Stone and hits it. No, it strikes it as it lays on the ground hits it off. The eyes and these two zombies. Moving and the guards are now emailing you in they're basically saying, I'm sorry. I'm sorry. There's nothing we can do your already dead off their debt to we killed them. All you can't come in contact with them their disease. That's why we leave him in there. You can't touch them. If you touch them they suck. You become them will go back to topple will be fine. They're not stopping. We're seeing it when I shut my eyes try to go back up that way or do we try to find a way out of this way. They're all yours to be. No way out this way. It's caved. It was it was caved in but I mean we like spending time. Is there a chance that we could maybe your way out or we going to try and get back out the normal way. I'm fine too. Shy to Dr. Way out if it's possible. We'll give it a shot and take a look off. Rather quickly the good news is there are two shovels down here. All right, I didn't just make that up. It's Cannon possibly revealed an intro and you will hear some wage. You start shoveling razor. You're a you're a dwarf. Yep. Give me a I don't know if there is a known coming kind of thing in here. Double proficiency bonus stops the history stonework make me an intelligence roll. Can I also role intelligence cuz you saw burrowing? Yeah. Yeah. I got a 10,000 got a 5. Okay. You're not sure as you got but razor you're pretty sure that this looks like a deliberate cave in from the other side. Okay, it's hard to tell eventually you can usually get through but with two shovels in a few people this can take you like days. All right, and even then who knows what's on the other side of it, but it doesn't look like they dug into any real sewer line here. Yep. There was you know, they missed it or it got caved in as well. But you don't know what the plans were. If you go to the public works office, you wouldn't be able to to find something but you have to get out of this whole first. All right, so climb out the whole. Yep. Okay, and we'll take the shovels and I'll just start telling like Hey, we're going to take out now and we will receive treatment at the forge his Holiness wage were forged cloak will take care of any possibility of disease and I recommend you don't stand in our way and it'll start hacking up these the shovels and okay. So you start hacking and hacking at birth to you. Come down quickly into them with whatever you have as you get to the other side. There's about six guards and they're just all leveling Spears that you are and we can't let you out. We're under orders went off on base. You can I tell not now but it'll happen. Sometimes it takes a day. It's a couple hours passed. Well when that happens will come and we'll get most of your children birth. So now we're going to get ourselves looked at and then we'll be fine. I'm sorry. Give me a perception roll. 217 you notice there are several large scrapes on razor and they look not good. Right? Well, I'm not saying something about that in front of the guards, but I will do walk ins on it already turned my wound. So and it's like you cared the damage there are scars and around the scars the veins are kind of going black. Okay. It's nothing I can do about it. But just we get out of here cuz I'm sure we're going to have a no problem at all convincing these people just walk out the front door, then we'll get it. I'll let him know and we'll get it looked at but I'm I'm definitely not going to say anything in front of the guards about it, but I will say that my friend speaks the truth. We're going to go and check them out his Temple and they'll be nothing more your hair of us. Other than that when we come back and say you can open up this district and Everybody's Free To Go as they please again. There's a kind of a general hubbub around these guards and then eventually the captain of the Guard comes in where all right. All right, what's going down? Now, how'd you get in here? The name is Audra flask mass of the order of the forge. I'm here on forged business. We defeated The Walking Dead was down here. We are going to return to the forge and receive treatment for any possible contamination that you believe that might be here. And then you are going to open these walls as we have already purified it. Give me a an intimidation Charisma real that's a 7. All right. Well, here's what's actually going to happen. You're going to stay there. I'm going to contact the master of the forge and we're going to find out what's really going on. Now you listen to reason if supposedly as you say Thursday, and we're going to have to deal with turning into these creatures or some such the only thing that we should be doing is we should be going back to his Temple where there's people are training against this sort of thing. Now, I want to stand in the way then you can stand in the way and be responsible for more people turn into zombies. But if you want to do what's sensible, you'll let us go back to his Temple. The sensible thing is to warm you up in them until your cleric comes here. And then let you out. I believe Boomer would be quite displeased. If you do not honor and respect the members of the forge properly. He would be quite disappointed and he will fuck you back down to a common guard all ready to make that role to see how he is disposed towards you referred cloak that is not good. He goes I I don't live with which he is not on the council yet. Never had anything to say about it it never will she wants to bring his holy arse down here and let's check out he can do that until then you're going to stay in that fucking whole. Oh, I don't think so. All right. Are you going to Duke it out with the guards? Cuz they're not letting you out how many of them are there. Now, there's about 12 we can sneak out later. I whisper. Well, I would highly recommend you sent it to the forge Master with great expediency. 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2019 Tour de France Stage 18

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2019 Tour de France Stage 18

"Who's your patrolling of the day NIHRO? Colombiana is the Columbia Way. Okay we had Nairobi. I knew you were GONNA say that. Welcome back to the move podcast brought to you by patrol Tequila Sheila. I'm Lance Armstrong sitting next to J B Hager who's sitting next to George Hincapie who's all all sappy not sappy but but snappy an energetic and just feisty today. I don't know what the Hell Do. You did this morning. Pride good lifting session got you in the mood actually skipped lifting today because they've got a bunch of house guests staying with us now so they'd make fun of you made up the Palestinians will yes and we have yet again another another very special guest. Perhaps the most special guests so far to read the Road I._D.. Tour attributed contest which is actually good one today good one and we think we know the answer. anyways we are talking about stage eighteen from stage eighteen is to Vanua how come you don't cut it off. It always slow to val Wa. I have a lot of thoughts about not today stage and I and I'm <hes> I'm almost in a depression I it's it's I and I know and we sat in a room with ten people that watched it and found it to be unbelievably unbelievably exciting. I mean I think if you like Mo G._p.. It was exciting and hats off to Julian awfully little little little Mo fo is tough and can descend better than anybody and but I I just. I don't think you should stay in the you know be able to stay in contention slash win the tour down hills. I just and that's what happened. That is exactly what happens. You're disappointed. George was ecstatic. Everybody everybody in the room. Everybody on my phone is blown up for people like that was amazing but I'm just for one guy and I'm not I'm not trying to. I'm just being honest like I'm on my really and I'm also disappointed in these teams like I'm going to save it. I WANNA save it because I'm for is feisty. The is Georgia's. I'm just in a funk. 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A. dot com slash the move should I keep my look like this tonight. uh-huh focused about like this little distracting guess what you see this right here you see that you will not see this Sunday. You know what you're going to see Sunday ready. I see in the a little bit more word on your time better best times the old man on cozy line yesterday and he was kind of like testing me out the whole way up. You know basically a bit nervous <hes> so let's talk about why year so well because I I wanNA. I WANNA spend a lot not a lot but I want to spend more time on on it but I think pink hats off to narking Tana. George is fired up as I am about just how this tour is is unfolding. He's he's even maybe more fired up about King Thomas Team moby starring like what the Hell is going on and we saw the post race interview with with Mika Orlando like he was he sounded like me on N._B._C.. I mean they'd ask him a question. So when you start by condor when they would ask you about condor not much not much good to say there but I mean like an eight second delay he was like did he not hear the question. Well everyone was addressed that everyone watching cantatas going for the win and he's off the front movie star on the front driving it to get Landau imposition well. No I mean CANTATA was worked his way back into podium contention at about eight minute plus gap. That's which is a podium. That's not the podium yeah. He's on and podium clearly on the upswing this last week of the race <hes> I was just in shock Washington this morning. Seeing movies are going to the front on the award <hes> for what they said maybe for Valverde to win the stage or Orlando but come on guy has worked his way back into the podium of the tour De. France has been super successful in other grand tours. Were what is going on like something very strange has happened when you are leaving team and you've made it or it's it's very public that you're leaving. You've signed a three year deal. <hes> your your your jerseys like half movie star half something else like they will be losing a lot of movie star <hes> subscriptions in Colombia after today I would guess because it's a legitimate concern south of they lost. They'RE GONNA lose Cara pass from the neighboring kind. I now know where Ecuador is. I looked at Google it. It's next to Columbia even if he's leaving the team if I'm an executive at company or one of the higher ups in that team I'm I'm calling my directors right now. Going what the hell were. You guys don't I I agree. I could have gotten a double shot. They got him on the podium today and the stage win. I mean I know why they did it. I don't agree with that. Why did it perhaps they were incompetent that he has actually recovered in backed his one hundred percent fitness? I don't know but he he crushed it today. I just seems like they're investing in someone. WHO's sticking around in Orlando right right okay? Well let me know how that doesn't make sense. He's still he's still wearing the jersey. They're still have a job to do. <hes> there should be to be the best possible. It doesn't matter who's who it is as long as you're in Jersey and they're not rookies you. I would think they would have the the experience in the maturity to say look. I know he's leaving but let's let's do something strong for this. I agree with you that he's experienced that were some of his top guys are leaving. I doubt he would have done the same in similar situations how he would never ever I mean. Did you guys ever have somebody that was leaving and you just didn't invest in them in the tour though Yeah Yeah yes silence renamed I mean it's a very real situation. They asked amid the end they were asking Landa. We watched that like as you mentioned. Just that's gotta suck though when Ed Media Ask you about your teammates and rivals. We're all asking the question and then just ask the question. I know I mean. He didn't answer the question he didn't. There's no there's no good answer well. The answer was that they that Landau wants to finish ahead of the median and it's the what is a little unfair is going to land it because he he's not dictating the tactics on the road. I mean they should have found the director and asked him. Somebody's GONNA ask them. I don't think they're those directors. Speak Speak English Orlando does so it was easy for N._B._C.. Ask Him but you know somebody needs to be asking in Espanol Low's directors but they must put us to drag me asking asking if you tell me if this year your bit upset too because of how late Thomas goes on the attack yeah. This is white one K to go. I it's yeah before we get. I ah just so I'm so ver clint over this I I'm I'm in. I'm in a funk but <hes> I want. I want to name my Pachon of the day and I have a feeling a george beam from Columbia who his patrolling of the day is my aunt. My paternal the days Julian South Leap. I agree to get dropped hanging there. Suffer get over the top or cover embalmed down that downhill like like a motorcycle racer only guy in that group this breaks as Mr Huhne. Kathy pointed out you know that was that was a patrol and move well. You can see the differences in the disc brakes made on that descend. I mean he's flying up on these guys on every corner. He's breaking out later so he's choosing which typically disc brakes for about a pound heavier we use all of his competitors had normal rim brakes on there but he chose the pound down heavier slider slider heavy option but much better descending option today made a difference I mean he killed his Jersey. Do you think 'cause the weight <hes> I'm assuming the weight limit on the bikes is still six point eight kilos right. I bet his bike with six point Akilah. They're at they're having these bikes are so light now. They're having to add weight so I will add it with a break. I don't see why you would not today. I mean this guy guys were or sorry sky. The ineos guys are all using light which wheels which are amazing wheel super for stiffer climbs very light but I'm GONNA say they're not the best sending wheels what happens here so stiff that you just in the corners. You're it's really hard to hold your your line when you're especially when you're taking a lot of written in the corners I've had experience where France two thousand nine dollars in the breakaway thought I'd come back easy on the descent because I was a much better defender than a lot of the guys in my breakaway and I just could not hold onto that those I mean I was struggling coming back. Sebastian Lance was helped me over the top to come back to the first guys and <hes> didn't work out well for me so I love the wheels. They're very nice to everybody the best descending wheel. Here's a here's the reality ah I that's all true and stop but they're not great on the sense in the reason. Why is the the braking surface? The whole wheel is carbon right the hub is carbon the spokesman carbon the rim carbon and the breaking services carbon and we're just not the product out there that can the break pat out there that can effectively stop on carbon especially if it rains. I mean we're not talking about rain but I don't agree with you. I think the stiffness in the wheel through the coroner's makes it much harder to handle would add his my personal opinion on disagree anyways. The breaking is bad because of the you try to get away with it with these court brake pads or whatever is out there now in if you can if you're all Philippe and you can wait to the very last moment on a dry road and let in pull the brakes and and and that thing stops like that with this you can't do that with you. Just that's a second to corner easily on a day like today would the where they don't finish at the top with a wheeler bike change be worth it for different different wheels going down. Will you know these guys were definitely not aspirin bar day how that how sexy that by change was there hitting the top of the climate one hundred ninety heart rate and they gotta get as safe and is composed as possible changing vices. Just GonNa make that <hes> who's your the throne of the day narrow going beyond the Columbia way. Okay we had nihro we had a new. We're going to say that and you know the Colombians. They're taking advantage of this high altitude. <hes> I'm super bombed movie star chased him down. I think you would have been on the podium but he's on his upswing a lot of guys around the downswing so I don't think we've seen the last of narrow and again I I got Julian Awfully as as my patrol that was patrolling ride <hes> and yeah you have to acknowledge the <hes> <hes> the way he knows in it was like an F.. One move knows in on the corner is coming under guys. He came past that hey guys I'm still here. I was a massive still the boss of this race yeah that was definitely sending them on the descent well so it it it also drums drums movie star we but we gotta talk about a team any egan burn all attacks gets away gets time leapfrogs <hes> his Co.. Leader Guarantee Thomas US and is now sitting in a minute and a half or so behind well. Somebody made a good quote where Bernal said G._S.. Meted how I was feeling I said I was feeling really good. He asked me to attack and try to move the race. So Bernal did just that. He's feeling very good but then why the question is why did G-go after a couple of K. later <hes> will he say he makes my source said that he was his plan was to jump across while you can't up across five hundred meters. That's GONNA client. I understand what his plan was. Those are are we likely I guess we are because of this code leadership. We might see them in second and third on the podium and Alpha over. I loser loser congratulations. We've been saying anything can happen every day and you know well it's going to be let's get back to my depression on this is a I've got an appointment lined up later with the best. Shrink in town I I'm I. I was like in disbelief watching that I couldn't. I think it's lame. I think it's lame that you go over these ord. You come through Brownstone. You're on the highway. Hello that takes it out the Wiz that road takes you outdoors. You just keep going straight bucket. Don't even go to outdoors. Let's go do zaps well. You gotta go downhill. You're going to go out to us. Okay dot great go down. We go up the backside of the G- Libya these nobody like really you're saying. Let me one big long time Minotaur. I just look the Alpha leap is proved me wrong all along proving everybody wrong so that's I'm I'm. I'm in. I got company but say right now if he gets over tomorrow so just a touch on tomorrow too short days in the in the mountains you know we're not going anywhere conic. We've got no outdoors. We got no volunteer we got nothing right and so if he gets over this second one to the fourth on the the highest is point the tour ninety one hundred feet if he gets over that H C climb he just looking at Paris to stand on the top and he sees the arc-de-triomphe and it seeing the dishes if they don't I just don't in these teams that they have to. They have to make the race. They have to attack this guy and right now. It's a race of seconds their their stronger than him right now on these longer climbs guarantees bernal is we're talking. They're putting twenty thirty seconds on him. They need a minute and a half in order to get the race lead and we're running out of road here. Guys you run out there. Watching this is the the cold is we need to give us the pronunciation but in it's not you know it's twelve or thirteen kilometers seven and a half percent. That's it's an H.. C. Because it's high right seven and a half percent doesn't get you H C right look at the finish the finishes seven percent. That's a category one so that's they're being a little they have if they they don't get rid of him by kilometer eighty nine and I mean really rhythm because his ass is going to be flying downhill you if he's twenty seconds buying he comes back. He wins the tour I just I don't I can't take it the other thing. I can't take his this is Polka Dot Jersey. What's your issue with that? I it doesn't the way that it set up the point structure. I can't remember shit tonight. I'm going to go through the the record books and I can't remember the last time the best climber climber in the Tour Wore the Polka Dot Jersey opportunists guys that go on these breaks all time give that another Jersey okay king of the breakaway make that the Red Jersey. I don't care Roman Bar Day. Who I guess has the Pogo? He's not the he's not even the he's not even in the top twenty when it comes to climate in this tour. I don't know about that okay whatever he is not. The Best of my proposal is especially on these. I you know quote unquote. Iconic days is start taking the time. Let's really figure out who who is the best climber based on time okay so my already days. I'm sorry last thing I'll say and no offense to Dickie Aka recovery <hes> he was never the best climb in the tour he was a climber all those years who you looking at it so it's when it was Jalbert for a few years brain crest medicine in later too okay so two thousand fifteen Chris from one the Hokey Jersey he he was the best climber on that tour twenty thirteen Kintana. I mean you could say he's top guys. I mean Vogler. Hello got we have to change in my argument or get rid of it. This is what makes the tour of France so hard is there is races amongst races going inside of the one race. I mean there's so many different battles going on the Green Jersey. The Mountain Gers the you know all this stuff. It's all happening and teams like ours would use that to help you know to base our strategy on that because team classification this all comes into play and this is what makes the Tour de France so hard you can't you can't time to take time to climb because then what are People GonNa do just sit there and go easy until the bottom of the climb. Go full gas at the top or whatever that get you to agree on one thing and I'll be done with us that Roman Bar Day is not the best climber in this tour. Yeah I agree with okay. Thank no no no further questions you know if on all the key climbs the there was a clock running on everyone from bottom to top that that could be a polkadot. 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Dot Com slash France and the four choices for how many people finish that tour one thousand one hundred ten or one you know J B you're fired the way did you hear the way she read that and said that and the and the what's the word and then see ation and she was worried Consi- and she. I didn't sleep that much I don't I don't I don't would that great this morning. Look how look how this show. Hello lucky me all right honey yeah. You're good session Jamie. Maybe you're not fired. That's funny. I mean no. That's awesome all right. We're where we want to talk about team because we got some. We've got some heat from some of the trek fans all two of them out. They're not acknowledging that you're not taking knowledge for saying that you know talking so heavily about star in their emphasis on Team T._C.. Now they're back up to. I think it's twenty or thirty minute lead which is just going to continue to you. They're putting so many guys in the front so I'm sorry to those fans but the reality is is what we're GONNA is what we're seeing now and what we're going to get in Paris they will be. Nobody really cares about team but they will be gathered back up by from twenty minutes. Yeah that'll just grow. I suspect something I wanted to ask you guys and I in particular I think of Allah Philippe and Pino which which we haven't really talked about today so animated in the face yup in it's like are they just aware when the cameras on them and they put on a little show because you you can't be making those kind of facial gestures for that entire ride up well. There's a moment today when Ali and we were sitting in in the room watching with friends in our buddy brody said he's in he he's a he grew up in Greenville Okay and he said <hes> do they know when I'm cameras Arizona's pretty good and because look here and but that the answers yeah I mean you hear. Obviously you hear a motorcycle. We get Greenville Dude now dude now we got Greenville Dude builder did like did we did some barrels yesterday and I was out there and I saw Alex House I saw some triathletes and I was out riding by the flat irons. I saw some climbers and other cool thing they have these cool companies companies. They're the feed did is based there. They started the company there how it Greenville Dude I'm from the south so it's easy for me. One of our context as we contacts we should be getting some power number's unless we got knicks on that but they offered up to to share some power numbers from some of the teams. I'll follow up today the interesting on climate everybody likes go get that data for I'm on it. I'm yesterday yesterday today. Do little the most show hear it coming back and you see you see you know when the cameras on and look we were masters of that with that's what we did and hopefully he was. They should have just given given them award and Oscar because he was ill slava or you know why he was suffering though he was but I think it was a little yeah you should do I think I think you gotTa Act this show. He's a showman. That's why it's the most exciting riding thing happening in the story a little bit like a rope a dope. I have reached out and we missed a sources at the Elliott family. Oh Yeah we miss what we saw. One of the pushes got from the French fans and then when they you know we we don't we're. I'm not sure how many of those or how many he will continue to. He's GonNa Continue France on fire right now and they really WanNa see him when and I'm telling you if he's if he's if they don't get over. They got a really drop him on that climb because you know he he's GonNa. The have the he he can send better than anybody but don't we talk about it all the time don't count out the motives they will be there for <hes>. Even though the you know the French are so ecstatic George SORTA declared it its own National Holiday Colombian National day-today lose my mom and Dad Columbia right now that was love it love it. <hes> we gotta talk about Tony Martin and Luke Rowe. We talked about it last night on the member happy hour and it happened just the info came out just as we wrap that initial footage of them almost look like it was just kind of a mix up like he was pulling off and and we we said last night to our members that it's got to be something else there has to be other footage which I think brings up this point of like in this day and age. Everything is captured my kids okay you think your snapchat in it's all there but in seriousness <hes> everything's captured so even if the network TV covered the main coverage didn't capture it somebody captures captured whether it's with their phone so she gets out there and so that's we never ended up seeing but apparently it did escalate and there was some punches thrown. That's when you say I mean your hands off the bar. You're hitting somebody pro. I Made A tweet yesterday. I said let these guys race just based on what I saw on the video which apparently wasn't everything that had happened <hes> but if he's if they're throwing punches that's probably not acceptable in the Tour de France Pal. I'm honestly surprised that doesn't happen tomorrow. Often just temps and these guys are pros. They know their job and they <hes> you can't go round. Swinging punches hockey players pros to culture. That's <hes> if you if you all anybody he wants to see like the greatest fight in a bike race I would just google was that CASS name <hes> Leonardo Leonardo Sierra marriage for saying so google or Youtube Leonardo Sierra <hes> <hes> bike fight or something like that. I mean you got a couple of hundred fifteen pounders just just roundhouse just it is it's slipping into the middle of the Peleton in the middle of the road. Just little like Ali got to witness that firsthand hundred pounds lighter plus. They should say you can fight but you have to stay on the bike. Can I bring up. I don't wear I mean in the winter. I religiously wear an undershirt but look look what just rove. Is that a word we do a right right. Whatever this is GonNa hit the shop soon? What does that material? I don't know it's light but so check these up. I was thinking about wearing today but I didn't go to the due store. Check that out. What else are we talking about? We didn't mention Pino Pino did not look as sharp as he had looked in the Pyrenees. Perhaps he's a little bit off of his game. What oh because it's the downhill finish because declines are not I do not are not hard enough and it's downhill finish? I said it all wise Burnell riding away from Pino Pino was good he would have gone with Bernal. That was is operatives stronger than than you know and I I have a theory I mean the the top today today was eighty seven hundred feet now right twenty six hundred and that's going to benefit a Colombian Kintana just just soft pedaled over the top burn that could be yeah but could be the the these they're not steep enough in hard enough. I know everybody loved the finish. Everybody know he's right out of the way they've designed this tour. I mean it's it's created this unforeseen thing for allegedly but if they did it I mean everyone's enjoying this. Everyone except this guy but you don't do it year. After year. You go back to some epic longtime so I'm I'm. I'm an eternal optimist so I'm I'm holding out hope that that I mean look I'd love to wake up early and watch three teams throwing it down on that second to last climb if that happens and he gets dropped and the best guy wins the tour are whatever I I just. I get frustrated with these well. Here's this passive tactics. Here's the thing because of the teams. There's not one dominant team if the team's start throwing it down by setting tempo then they're essentially writing for our weekly which is what's been happening most posted this tour okay so let's have a need to have conversations. It's only Bernal and Pino and Gary Thomas. Maybe Christ we can ride away from Alex Right now. So those teams that's having conversations and say look if we don't combine forces right and then that I know that sounds a little <hes> you know Shaky Shady <hes> then we're GONNA lose with which they will so tomorrow and how they combine forces they just they line up and share their their Workers Pacers American there and crack climbing lieutenants have to put him on the limit and get him dropped if he gets over that climbing wins but nobody's going to nobody's going to risk losing a podium spot right now for that. I don't believe not the guys that are in the battle to the people who are fighting for the pudding. We're not going to be the ones putting them on the limit. The guys aren't strong enough. Okay then then they go they anything he wins over the dishes. I think we've talked about tomorrow well. I think we should talk about like what would you do strategy wise on a daily tomorrow being only eighty miles stage knowing in how aggressive it's GonNa be. I can tell you my thoughts well those short stages are always aggressive that they it's easy to look at a short station. Go that's easy. Those are actually some of the hardest days they just you know. Those are the days of the guys warm up for like yeah. No it's one zero highly likely a breakaway will make it this is going to be the winner is GonNa come from the lead group lead Palestine. If I was acoustic I would just go to the front and try to stay together as long as possible because there's a lot of you know flat rolling sub before the major climbs and they can. They're going to have to be without Philippe for as long as they can. In even if even if guys are running away from me I would prefer to have five six guys with me throughout this earlier section and be able to do all the work in the valleys and the flatter sections and then you know hopefully you can have a lease in Ramaz with him on his last climb and they can do a lot of damage on his long run into sent down to teams before they start climbing again if somebody like Brunel Thomas where to right away from them on these Ron Yeah. I think it's worth mentioning to that that that you know my longshot favorite. I'm still sticking with Stephen. Swick lost didn't didn't lose George Bennett finished the day crash twice looked just chewed up you might lost is you can put him on. Put Alpha leave on the limit George Ben. It's been riding great in the mountains. Yeah might might have taken a a couple of dogs off my good friend. Chris Vandevelde took me out on this descent the same design they went down today <hes> coming into town <hes> non purpose but I was on his wheel thinking am I boys will can't be much safer than this and he did. A little SH- knocked to the left laughed took out my front wheel about forty five miles an hour. I lost all my skin bike broken half <hes> and I gave Christian little bit shit on it and about it today on T._v.. <hes> so yeah I mean these these these days are super dangerous. Nobody's really talking about the danger and the risk. This these guys are taken danger and risk. I do it every day. I just checked the weather. That's what I was attempts yeah so in teen the finish <hes> high of sixty three low of forty eight rain all day. That's an interesting this entire day could be contested in the rain yet. It dumped on them just for few moments today which I think benefit guy from Wales use riding colder wet temperature <hes> g a little in an advantage tomorrow very good some questions a couple of comments and then and then a question comments. This one came in during our happy hour last night. I just thought it was cute. Great job on the show no question region just a quick funny story. I was watching the tour with my eleven year old son this morning and we saw a clip of the extra long bottle grab from team car and ICKY bottle the sticky bottle and I said teams can get penalized for that. His response was they should make them ride tricycles instead for doing that. Just a funny mental picture that's from Jeff in granted George ride a tricycle Sunday than if even yeah the only way to hand out a bottle in the peleton Anita hollow can it's not for that purpose but the only way to handle your director is two handed out this way so the rider can grab it the opposite way and always get a little bit of love as you having a water bottle in the backing even second the sticky bottle so you gotta grab it like like this get some of <hes> going back there to give bottles through teammates most of the time yeah <hes> another comment because you we were addressing the hot temps maybe going earlier in the day as a resolution lucas wrote in and said you may want to look into this but I believe they cancelled some stages at the tour of Oman due to heat a few years ago whereas Oman Google that they did they did do they did implement something which was extend the time limit Peto so eliminated the time. I thought they extended it but he was thirty six minutes down it was like fist-bump and dudes cross line they they gave the group Hetero a bit did of an easier they they clearly on that. She's influence made that happen good for him for being vocal about it right now. We can just talk about some worldwide T._B.. Writes a cut of that. Let's start low start at ten percent accent. Oh my goodness what has gone on here Armstrong bursting capi. Let's ride the beef on the Massif Du. It's GonNa be groovy Joe Again. Wow love this joe again. Oh and I gotta say <hes> Tiffany who's been helping us with our socials. I called her Babysitter Day. Watch this show again and I'm like I was talking about like my kids babysitter but she's this is a good look for me like I believe I could pull that off. It's it's very Colorado too little rugged and the guy that was easy rider. Maybe no I should know this easy rider yeah. I was GONNA say something. I thought I had a factor will trigger thing but I I don't WanNa get up ahead of myself. Captain America look. I'm GonNa go with that guy. Good <hes> one more question from sky regardless of the outcome of this year's race. What are the chances that <hes> Julian an elephant he changes his training weight and quickstep puts together team more suited to G C in future grant tours? Has he taken a look at Alpha leave. How much more way could he lose? The Guy Looks talk about training. I mean Julian Allah Felipe I. I don't think came to the tour expecting to win or even be close to winning. I don't with the seasons the spring he's had like to think Oh. I'm just gonNA keep this going and go win. The tour I think he got it into got himself into a place and and Mr Momentum changed his address and got in his pocket he wrote himself into that place and did I mean he's clearly done the right training <hes> yes he had such a great season and that he ah came in with an attitude of like this is all bonus. I'm here to have fun I think I think that's a good question. I think the answer is yes. Yeah yes what he'll change his training that he yes I strain so far to be a the punchy classic style writer. I don't agree with that. I mean the guy won the time trial the guys hanging with the top five minutes momentum he can change in my opinion is have a team built around him for SORTA France well. That's a fact that is it. Send US questions comments to move it. We do dot team and just people keep your fingers crossed that we will finally have a legitimately exciting day I just again. I can't have another day like today even with Columbia. Can we get that music again for the there we go. This is what you listen to. When you ride the days a week? We have one more thing shoot. Sorry one more thing brought. This is cool. Actually we got so this is this is their friends over fat. Map App mocked up this hour like I don't know how like this shit. I've never seen I don't know how people do this but we have the Malay in the mountains that edited so this is the the we do fifty the George and I are going to contest Sunday morning and by the way the for our members I've gotten at the course so yeah. This is all you get has not given this is all you get like how any what's going. I mean Steve Jobs. Come back alive awesome. That is awesome art. We're going up. What have we got here now? On Upper Hummingbird we go around all right overlook trail. We're getting over here to four corners down tinpot trail. All the way down to the NATO dirt road notice switches to a paved right right here. We'll stay here right here right now. Right past Al Creek Dr Hunter Thompson's farm still anita his widow still lives there boom left turn woody creek passed the tavern right turn up the hill intercept lot brush creek bike path and then bomohs you line which I have not done. I can take today down deadline superfund downhill across the road. Tom Blake Shelton. My personal favorite art exactly my personal favorite in Aspen up over to the town or near the town of snowmass climb up would road back home government down lower government cramps city full hincapie what it's up in cramp all that's all government any bombed down does lower government cross the bridge boom the high school into Aspen. You'll be finishing whatever I'll I'll. You'll be I'll be I'll be you stand there. <hes> thanks to thanks to the gang and the crew over at Fatman. That's that's that's awesome. That's cool. What are the rules on course right? I hope you got it right. That's all you get so when you guys raise. What's your what are your rules on? Support US have to wake recharged. We flat no no no way no. This is a race. What bike race do competitors wait for the other guy when he flats none no this is you have to raise you understand this right? I understand we're paying big money okay. Can you change a flat on your J. B. Hush. Do you see how good antidote don't don't motorbike chain your time. We'll have we will have nutritional support out there. I mean I think that's can we stop for that.

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How to Create An Unfair Advantage (w/Jen Gottlieb) | RTB#18

The Road To A Billion

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How to Create An Unfair Advantage (w/Jen Gottlieb) | RTB#18

"Hi you're listening to the road to a billion podcast. I'm your host stuff in georgia. Since two thousand eleven. I've sold over seven hundred million dollars worth of products for both clients my own companies. I've also founded or co founded eight different businesses that grows between seven to nine figures in revenue. Today i focus a lot of my time on teaching training a mentor in the next generation of freelancers and entrepreneurs and that's why created the road to a billion a call in radio. Show style podcast. Where i answer. People's questions on mindset business ownership scaling funnels copywriting and more. If you want to admit a question then check out the show to learn how or visit me at stephan. Paul george dot com forward slash. Subscribe to opt into my email list. And every week you'll get a link to join the live call in show and with that being said let's go ahead and get started. Hey you're listening to the road to a billion podcasts. I'm your host stephan. Georgia and i'm glad to have you with me here today. The road to a billion is a call in radio. Show style podcasts. Where you can ask me. Questions about freelancing copywriting entrepreneurship mindset scaling businesses relationships money and more the reason for the name the to billion is because i am going to be hitting a billion dollars in sales this year for both my own products and products of mike For my clients in the copy four or start businesses that have sold stuff. And i wanna make an impact in the lives of a billion people across the road whether that is emotional financial mental. What have you. So we'll start taking calls in about five minutes from now and again the way that works is you'll just put your questions into the section in zoom and then ed ray will review questions and feed them to myself and my guest jan gottlieb who. I will introduce in a moment here before introduced gen ed. Do you want to go ahead and say hi to everybody and Kind of a share who you are and what you do sure. Hey i'm ed ray. I loved break dancing. And i'm the facebook compliance guy so help people scale fast and furious on facebook. Supercharged copywriting skill and completely avoid and navigate the treacherous waters of facebook's that don't get hit by facebook span hammer. That's me also perfect. So today we are joined by gen gottlieb. I'm very excited for this. Gen z co founder and chief mindset officer for superconductor media which is a awesome pr company. I use them. If you've seen that i've been featured in forbes business insider cnbc's grow to features Buzzfeed on the harmon brothers podcasts. A bunch of other cool opportunities that i've gone to have and it's all thanks to jen and chris winfield her partner and their team so really excited to have john here she's a former. Vh one host. And a broadway actress and transitioned into the role of pr. We'll get into that story here but she also has su super tanker media's unfair advantage live. Which is the royals. Premiere publicity event connecting entrepreneurs to the media. That's actually amazing. What you all do if that someone talk about. That and jen herself has been featured in numerous top podcasts as well as in forbes business insider shape women's health well plus good. Cpi security good morning. America pbs and in goop is one of the top eleven professionals helping people to find satisfying successful career. So jen is awesome to have you with us today. I'm so excited to be here. Stephan i am like one of your number one and so this is geeking out yesterday where he planned. The last. minute is such an exciting. that's awesome. We have thrilled to have you here. I'm never get tired of looking at the backdrop that you have there too. It's legit. I need to my back. I've been thinking about this about these Like diplomas that. Don't even really mean that much to me. My wife put them up cygnus it. She did art or something. But i like the backdrop of the new york skyline is a very very solid. Good framing. right. There is a catch twenty two because everybody thinks it's fake zoom background because it looks like Swear to god. This is really a window shade in front of it. So we're really lucky. It's a beautiful new york city. That's awesome I know i for a minute. Thought it was faked. You remember. i've talked to before when you moved around and go. Yeah it is a man. That's awesome so jen like like let's start with kind of what you do. Today was supernatural media and then from there kind of worked a little bit. I'd love to hear the journey from you know even started. Vh one kind of stuff and and and sort of how that journey because the serve a unique kind of road taken to what you're doing today and now he who you and chris are at the top level in the road of pr and connecting people. So i just love to hear about where you are today and and kind of the journey to get there. It's a wild story. We love the quote. You can't connect the dots looking forward looking backwards because in my life you told me years ago that this is that would be doing. It would be like your bachelor crazy. No way So it's it's a pretty cool story. And i think that it's it's really super inspiring people that have a have a big dream or even just a that. They're not even clear of and just by stating baby steps getting to our m. but For renton now when we're backwards. We are Crispin my partner. Also ganders superconductor media so like you said the agency that represents people step in really amazing amazing entrepreneurs small business owners or some brands companies. Like our foods chilling pads tech companies as. Well that are doing really amazing things in the world the majority of the people that we represent our are game changing in really have amazing message to share. We reps people like les brown outermost big motivational speakers in the world. Amy porterfield Foods that are like bring To the world and we also have a portion of our company. Our tagline is pr done differently. And you talk to a lot of people. Every day that comes to me is a giant. I was burned by the agency or had a really bad experience with chattahoochee childcare. Watching in you know you've heard someone else say i've been burned by pr agency or you personally been burned by the let me know because inseparately a common thing in weren't comment and completely disrupt this industry a naked something that works because at the end of the day of we can help people with amazing messages. Share those messages with the mainstream media where the majority of the people are listening watching reading. We can help more people so a couple of things that we do differently. As is we really focused on the mindset piece and getting out of your own way to get yourself out there in the media because a lot of the times people entrepreneurs especially there's about imposter syndrome and that's why my on mistitled companies jeep transit officer. So really really really great how to get over that ear how to remember at responsibility to be this ball and we do things like you said. Unfair advantage live is our big event that we do which has changed drastically due to covid and then we also have our on boot camp which is coming up which will talk about. I'm sure Where we teach for five days how to pitch in book your first tv segment so we do everything from the big agency. Side with in our high level. Premium clients tunein teaching people. That are just getting started. Really hot to get the her stevie segment and how to get in media me me ask you john when for people who are sort of a little bit shy or afraid or they're not sure if like pr or you know doing media. Efforts is right for them. You know who who is a good fit when you were generally working with these types of people and especially people who are maybe a little bit timid or afraid to put themselves out there. Yeah i love that question meetings. The majority of the people that we work with would call themselves the majority Work with had never done a facebook live. Four have never done an instagram before our actual we really really really scared nervous themselves out there but they have this this carling deep inside of them that that extends to them everyday whenever they see somebody else. That does something similar to that in the media are that's your that's getting press. They feel this thing. Got like all my caught me. But then when they go to do it they feel really scared. Or you'll shy or they feel like they don't wanna be brag or they don't wanna they don't like marketing themselves talking about themselves. So were they happen imposter syndrome. That's like a one day. She realized that. I don't really know what i'm talking about. So i may as well not saying word right and it's still comment and like i said we really work on that piece piece the most out of anything in boot camp and at our event. Because if you get through that you know we're never going to get over that fear Performing title if he said it was on broadway television and you would think that i think the most competent percent ever right. If that's what i do. That's what i've done for a living. I'm not and i have to work really really really hard every single day to feel i feel the earning do it anyway. So we teach a lot of like tools. Tactics had a jewish with that. Had understand that it's going to be scary but if you flip it around and we really focused on thinking about the person on the other side that need your help so h. p. helped one person every day if your message if what you're going to stay with the media and in the media on television in a publication you're not a facebook live you oppose anywhere something that can be visible to somebody else. That's going to help somebody. It's your responsibility to be visible on the show up every day that you don't go follow someone else or buy something from someone else. That's not as good as you or doesn't care as much simply because they're visible in. You're not so if you flip it around and d.c about the person that you're helping on the other side of the screen it takes the fear adamant it takes the ego out of it. It's not about anymore. It's about the people that you can help with what you're saying love that doesn't awesome reframe and a really cool way of looking at it from a from a mindset perspective. It's funny because i feel the same way with with sales right. We talked to you about sally. It's if you have a really good product and you're like you almost have a responsibility to sell people on it if it's going to really help them right and It sounds cliche. But it's true. And i think if you have a crappy product and you don't feel good science and go find a different products like excite transition in the way. Pr is selling. The one thing. I think about as a copywriter is is. Were selling all the time. That doesn't need to be a cynical jaded thing right. It's like you're selling yourself. You're selling your message or selling mindset shift. You're selling a product. Whatever it is always kind of selling in so Pr's the same thing but again it's not about you. It's always like the the the viewers always asking. Wasn't it for me whether you know that's because we're trying to buy a solution Product or trying to just learn something new that you're sharing it's like that's what they're asking if you focus on them than it removes your eagle like you said so. I think that's really kind of really cool advice general question i guess i have to is for product owners and offer owners because i'm in the road of direct response. A lot introduced to your team to steve. Gunn i'm not sure if you guys are are moving forward or not but you know. He's got this cool cd of tommy chong as spokesperson doing while. But but i think a lot of people in response Who have like really cool. Businesses and brands are using leveraging. Pr really at all right now. And maybe they're afraid to maybe they don't know if they'll get an roi maybe they don't know why they should. But i would be curious to hear what are some reasons that someone like kind of direct consumer brand would want to leverage amplify their pr presence l. Yeah well this. This is so fun because we do talk to a lot of people that are in direct response marketing and like we love as email copy. We love these guys are all mark but what pr is and what it is. I like to call it like match up. Essays sprinkle on top of all of your marketing efforts because at the end of the day people walk that party bare fixation they want. It's a weird thing when you see step in georgia in forbes next to each other suddenly you have more credibility than anybody else on the internet. So if somebody's going to buy your products let's get an amazing email like this looks dope but they go google. Let me see if i can get a better price or get something else right. And they go and they start ruling but then they see all of this media all green street press like today show remorse america for easing the local news. Even if you just see like product on tv it's this weird thing to happen to somebody's brain and they will always choose your or the competitor. Every time every time it's also in amazing way to communicate with your buyers getting needs should be and i know that you use it incredibly putting it in your mouse right in just to show credibility in that social group. It's amazing of follow up with sales. I love having sales conversations with somebody then being able to have the follow up instead of the follow up the just bubbling up to the top of your email or just wanted to follow up here. I just say hey. I wanted to show you an amazing piece that i was talking about something on tv that we were speaking about about our in our last conversation. And what that does is just makes that person. Think wow this is legit and so direct response. Marketing and people that have a direct consumer product. That person is always most likely going to go do a lot of time. sometimes people are just. They'll just by but they're gonna go do their research and they're gonna rule and they're gonna see who has the most media and then they're going to go by for that reads it and also if you can leverage not just using your products. Is this yet but shape health. The health products have a fitness product. Like big health. Publications says that your product is the shed and you put that in your email now unused Hey help magazine just add. This product is blah blah blah blah blah blah blah. Check it out. Someone's going to buy it just because health magazine said they gave it their chakma magical theory nest the makes perfect sense and i think even for people who are speaking from stage or if you wanna be able to like i think people have a cool message and have a cool story and i think one thing is that people underestimate how many kinds of newsworthy things have going on their lives like even just a lot of folks on who joined the royal or gonna watch the replay on youtube or listen on. Itunes is like you know by virtue of you being successful freelancer right. Now and twenty twenty. You know during covid like you're making money is like the that's actually very news worthy. They probably get a lot of press about it. Sending entrepreneurs right. I mean how many businesses are small businesses are tragically closing down because of covid But then at the same time like a bunch of business owners. That are thriving. And it's like just to get that. I think people get afraid of doing pr. I was this way because of an ego thing right. It's like a my just doing this as an ego play just sort of trying to like soak my own ego and you know but to your point what this guy with me putting myself out there general like i have a lot of cool things to share if that helps other people than i owe it to them to share that stuff and i say pretty much everyone in my universe weather your email lists or again someone who watches this content. Whatever it is like you privacy share to you so i want to challenge people to kind of to to think beyond just a simple digital funnel or even just facebook says awesome but i but i really think that you know. Pr can be really avenue. That's not being utilized right now and a huge opera. It sounds funny because pr. it's been going on forever a response and even e com in freeland. All these things people are just kind of like. I don't know but but it's a huge again the forbes thing like you said like that does help me if i want to go try and get a client for consulting and i can mention that like oh yeah you know will It's funny you ask about that because up this article or cnbc keeps doing features about me. It's is crazy build improving credibility so there's really a lot of reasons to consider it. I wanted to kind of expand my audiences minds about this stuff. I'm so glad to have you be sharing this with me hundred percent. It's the best time as awesome. So we're going to question if you missed. I do want to talk about. I won't talk about your guys is beyond challenge coming up before eight to i. I am curious real quick with you and chris. I mean you don't have to share you know raw numbers. Whatever you're comfortable with but yeah day it's like let's not lose sight of the fact that you've built a seven figure agency and you've done it pretty quickly. I'm not sure exactly what the time horizon is. But i know it's been a few years and i would love to hear sort of some of the keys that enabled you to to kind of get to where you are like. Why have you guys had so much success. And you know what makes a few mistakes made along the way to where you learn lessons. I'd love to hear that way and it has been not so chris huhne partners. I wanna say less than to have your spouse. Maybe you two years ago in this business partners. He was already a doing unfair advantage last so he was connecting entrepreneurs media with event and that there was no business attached to it. It was just this amazing event. That did his offer. Just doing his carl. And we you know my expertise is always been in mindset coach our wellness coach and then also by energy so my mind kareem in my vision was always able to combine everything that i love and nsa literally. This is my vision. I wanted to be like spears. Tony robbins like jay z and beyonce in a power couple. That was always before chris. That was my manifestation. That was what i wanted and Agnew averaged a believer in getting super theorem. What you want and visualizing it in jail not because it will magically come to me if i visualized that but because when i do that the opportunities become way more prevalent like those like there's neon lights. Oh this is what you're supposed to here it is here. It is your debts and christmas doing these events and like holy crap. This is a way for me to be able to be on stage for help people. And then also i knew a lot about media byard because that's how i built my. This was the only thing that i knew to build my business because of my entertainment background so he came together. We built superconductor media and it just started out of the need And this is a really amazing reminder to anybody starting a business it was not going to be an agency it was going to be group programs and someone came up to me at an unfair advantage. Live event and said not gonna do a group program. Let me pay you to do this for me. Please please let me tell you to do this warming lease and we're like oh crap. I guess people meet this so we took one client. We should one client and then god okay. We're crushing for this client. Somebody else heard about it and they wanted to do it and we took another then another guy so it almost happened on accident out of a need and just kept growing and growing and growing from there now coronavirus. Kobe happened and we need a lot of actually be allowed. Mistakes prior to kobe In the year of twenty nineteen. I would say so. People can learn from our mistakes are business grew really really quickly and we decided that we were like okay. We can just hire a coo and let go of the reins in travel and speak everywhere and like let this run and we can go be the face and i did that a little too quickly and we stepped out a little too fast anything Many people make this really want to share it. Because i want to prevent somebody else making state and got a little far away. We let other people take control of our vision. And it's really easy to do that because like this to do or scale Useless electoral control. But we step back to bar and then we realized you know that was a mistake in things started. A lot of bad hires were made and the culture started to share and then run happened and then everything kind of just shit has to happen for the shift happens. It all kind of really gwen out. What do we do so like. What an amazing excuse to lean out step back in in a big way remember when our visions and change things and really get back to what we want. Cheer like me and like archie publicity officer angela instead of looking at all big shiny objects to try and get coverage so we leaned out and we decided to create this on tv. Recap at the time. It was on tv challenge because the majority of our revenue came from this live event or unfair. We will do a couple year and you would make seven figures Now is like how other than our agency. We were making a lot of money. Those events could do more. We had cancelled our vet. So what are we gonna do. We had to hit it. And when you decide to pivot you just you can't think about it you have to take action and you have to just go and so immediately all right. We're gonna do this challenge model. We didn't know what we were going to sell on the back end. We had no idea we were like we're just gonna do it just like we had no idea what we were doing. When we started the agency we just took action and then a ruin morphed came wanted as we went so we did this. I yet charging. Learn everything that we need to know about challenges within like a week and and then while we were in it we decided what we were going to sell an we created an eight week accelerator program and we built that eight week accelerator program as wet week to week to week recording the content and it did amazingly and we felt amazing doing it which step that's the most important piece so if you don't feel good doing what you're doing don't do it. We felt amazing. It was like this is our thing and and then we did it again and again and again and now we you know we really found our seats. Thought we changed it and made a better recall the beyond tb boot camp and be seen accelerators on the back end and agencies thriving Because we leaned down or amazing as you know. It's about this all the time but we had a moment there where where where. It was a little freaked out moment and we came back to our war. We came back to who we are to our heart in our really on a roll. Yeah that's awesome to hear. And and i know knotty my head like when you're talking about the ceelo thing it's something i've been. I've seen so many times and giving advice recently as well. Because it's what i've learned for my own personal brand and what. I'm doing nbc method. I'm i'm kind of taking ownership of the role of ceo. Which i hadn't before it was kind of being more passive and mcknight even more active and it's a totally different ballgame. So then i'm going back to reading about leadership and team building and all of these things but as back to the first time i was a ceo of my first off salva company that went from a million to twenty million in a single year which is a big leap mike lessons in the first year sucked and one of them. Was that whole thing of i. Think a lot of entrepreneurs ohio. Ceo that means operations. That means i can focus on the thing. I love to do and to put any focus into this at all. Because they're going to handle it all but what happens right as you guys learned is a coo sony's directions don't use oversight still needs guidance. They're still need to be led by you and over time you can let go of the reins more and let the coo take on more autonomy. But i think a lot of us entrepreneurs make that mistake of sort of abdicating right. We we hire the cio. We say all right you got this and then you couple months later a month later. Whatever and you're like why do you think sock like. Why is this not going good right. And and and and and the crap lake so Yeah like i. It's comforting hearing that you guys made that mistake to because you know. I think we've all made it. Anyone who's really ever growing a business. So johnnie i wanted you to share about the be on. Tv the boot camp that you're doing and that's one of the big reasons i'm going to have you on so you could tell my listeners and viewers about it and i have a link for this. This is not a secret webinar. But i do have a link to the you can check out and isn't affiliate links. If you do do it. I will get a commission clear and straightforward about that. I'm however obviously i'm paying you guys. Whatever i pay you like six thousand plus a month or something like that. Ten thousand zero. What is so clearly. I believe in what they're doing. And hence why. I wanted to share it with my audience as well so genuine kind of walk. Everyone through that isn't after that. Welcome to the q. And a. section after the interview on is it is five gave you can actually. I'll let you honestly. It goes for about eight days. Overdeliver like a beast and we give all these extra calls but it is everything that you need to know to be able to pitch in book and totally like crush your first or next t segment and it is you maybe thinking. Oh my god but like. I've never even done this before. How am i going to be on. 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America i think alone is so cool edwards. Messaging me while while you're talking about had a few questions in To happen agenda Your questions for sure. So who who do you think gets the the best use out of pr. Like if someone like. Sam someone's totally starting out in like online freelancing and they you know they they wanna did start with pr. Would you say that. That's good for them. I think that idea for absolutely everybody. If you have an experience everybody needs. This is my personal opinion. I think that absolutely everybody needs personal. Grammar now stephanos power of that. He's he's a copywriter. Will the greatest copywriter in the world. But he's building this really powerful personal brand. Because here's the thing you're in this for the long run. Have company right. Now that may change company sell company by company. Whatever you may have completely ten years from now but the one thing that you will always have is your personal brand and who you are and so people love you right. They're going to buy from you. Whatever you're selling or ever and ever and ever matter city you want to build that footprint at like that really beautiful online and it doesn't matter people think like oh i've gotten pr before for something else. That i did ages adele in. It's totally different from what i do now. So can i still use that leverage donald. Does that even make sense. So a highly leveraged the back that was h one even though that has absolutely nothing to do with what i do now. I leverage it every single day of my life because that gives me credibility right and so if you on so chris my partner. He was in the new york times for his Seo company ages ago this may have been ten years ago. He can always say for the rest of his life as seen in the new york times right. If you can have those little media logos at the bottom of your website for the rest of your life has media doesn't die. It doesn't go away. sc non gm or for stephan. He's got a beautiful little media logos at the bottom of his website. These examples will lead you presentations. That's there forever. And if someone is ever grueling and they're debating if they wanna work with stephan and his company whatever. He's doing her by from him or somebody else. That does the same thing with the same prices. He has all these beautiful little logo under his name. The other person doesn't were the issues. What are they going to add to that. Jen is honestly like. I wish i had started doing more. Put myself out. There are more earlier on because it's really just been started last like late november. Actually it was. It was december. Yeah yeah so. It's been less than a year. And it's calling my. Mls is a little over three thousand people. I've got what about fifteen hundred zero subscribers. Justin the stuff and talk copy. That facebook group has five thousand people Do this show. And i've got the puck and this really rewarding because again my whole why is showing people like a better way that they don't need to settle for the status quo whether that's within like a corporate job or their current freelancing environment or with their company and struggling. That's what just gets me out of bed in the morning so you're reaching people. Interacting with people is energizing and fulfilling. But i just think about you. I've been freelancing since two thousand twelve but it's like what. If i if i had started then i could have melissa of twenty five thirty forty thousand people and even on the email list i've been i'm very transparent about it if most almost everyone on this call right now or or the show is on my list but you know the average basically average describing my list is worth at least five hundred dollars per year and it keeps going up because it's been less than a year so i've got three thousand people so it's like that's one point five million a year that i can time expect to generate from my list but it's like man imagine if i had a twenty thousand person list or thirty thousand dollars or fifty thousand and if i had been doing this for eight years i could have had that and so again. This is like a pitch to everyone that you know if the pr is up for you right now. The totally cool. But but i do. I am passionate about this and wanted to share it because for me personally as a mentor. Guide i'm like this is something that i wish i had been doing earlier and i just wanted to share that ed you have another. I think the giving other questions on that like is someone like me Pr seems like this kinda scary expensive of foreign idea. That's like reserved only four celebrities and people who have really something crazy to share like. Is it really that started in. Like what does it look like now. I love this question so much. Ed thank you for asking. This is actually very very very important. Because yes i do. Have a premium agency right. But you don't need to hire a premium agency to get started with. We are we. Have we help people that are getting starting for fifty five dollars this be on tv campaign. I can tell you. Some of the stories of people fifty five bucks they come into this beyond buchanan and they leave getting national television licence so in the new knowing how to write pitch sleep easily. Pitch yourself yes. We haven't accelerated where we teach people. So you don't need to pay an arm and a leg to hire someone. You're not ready now. If you have a big company know steph in. You've got a lot going on. You just want to pay someone to do or you. Yeah you're gonna want when you're there you're gonna wanna hire an agency like ours and that's but when you're here right now. This is something. I can tell you guys. A quick story of an amazing thing that happened in the anti cap cracks so there is a woman incredible african american women who can't believe this woman's awesome. I didn't really know much of her story at the end of the uk. She comes on Too soon and she's My story in. She says the day before. I found this young t boot camp. I called the suicide hotline. I was gonna kill myself former marine suffering with severe. Ptsd and she's like. I just couldn't take it anymore. And the person on the other side of sesame don't do it wait one day do something else. So she's like so. I waited one day. And i saw this ad for this be on tv. And i clicked on it. And i signed up and she started doing what we told her to do and she started doing some facebook lives and putting yourself out there and writing some pitches. She got on the second day a message from this woman who said to her. Thank you so much for the message. That you share. Today's she did like arrive or something like that. You know for the first time because of the message that you share. Today i got out of bed in fed my kids the first time in four months because it my child committed suicide and i haven't been out of bed. So brenda is is the woman. For in challenge attorney she was like holy shit. My message matters. Holy shit message matters until she found meaning in that so because of the needing that she found that she was like. She's a completely different person she ever own. Tv show now. She's writing a book and she's been in several media placements because she's just honor roll. It just takes that one reminder that your message even yours every single person could help somebody out there in such a big way and you don't need to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars to do it just need to take action so bats duty. I honestly genetic i forgot. It was fifty five to rs. And now i'm like really fighting myself. Not turn this into like a pitch thing. Because i'm like it's effing fifty two hours later. I feel like everybody. Like i'm gonna do it even though i'm paying you guys for the premium level. Because i'm like fifty. That's actually a crazy price point. So it's it's insane it's insane. I'm pointing to like one more time. They mentioned again the end of the show. But not gonna hammer you all with that. But i e yeah fifty. Five dollars is crazy. I feel like that's yeah. I don't know why i want to do it. I'm not even close right. Live like you are you. You actually someone who is kind of close to i mean you've been thinking about when you and i started together and why you were be borderline homeless. I hired for customer service job for like fifteen dollars or fifteen dollars an hour. You went from there to like a manager to now you've run multiple companies for me. You put on virtual events uric a leader you're doing this wall having You know you've got three young kids. Like i think like i. You know i love you. More lies worked for me since twenty different companies. But like to me like you've got crazy amounts of stories to share. Your elevation is incredible. Said i'm not crying. You're crying but seriously. I actually think you should do it. But i'm joint. I'm telling you all different types of people in their people that have never done a tv anything in their life before they just feel like. Oh you know like already part of the music community. And i want to start to share my message. Whatever that looks like. We're going to do it. You should do it and again okay. Last thing i must say the maria cuny's again going back to like for the freelancers who are in here. Who are always asking about. Trying to get more clients right and i share strategies but like one of those is. You're gonna learn a bunch of really good outreach strategies that attention to people and whether you apply that to the media or you could apply these same things to prospective clients and as you get pr coverage again that helps you to get more clients because you have more credibility So i would really think about that too the freelancers as like a as an opportunity to get more to grow yourself and your brand and kind of leapfrog. The developmental journey answer grueling. Such understand this rate the programs for people that want to share their message. Somehow the immediate you. If they don't know how that a fair question her messaging. I should use that. That's great brilliance. Pretty good and molly said. We'll be a repeat session if we can't make it next week. Well here's the thing if you can't make it next week you can just be in there because all the calls recording industry minded a facebook group so you can watch the calls whenever you want to Even if you can't make them live which is pretty cool The next one now were skipping november. It will be till december. So i would. I highly recommend that you be in. This one is special because this is the facebook group has already happened in popping right now. It's off the chain. So it's if you just feel like you might miss the calls. Don't worry about it. They're they're being reported in. You can watch whenever you want. Swear to god lasting. I'm gonna say a swear you've seen it because my mind's is working again for the freelancers and copywriters it's like the end. You're going to be in a facebook group if a bunch of people who are trying to get their message out like do you think that could be an opportunity like investing fifty five dollars but then you potentially are gonna like to get all kinds of gigs from people. Who are hiring you to write their copy like if you copywriter poster. I'm a copywriter. I'm an expert messaging. But i'm excited to learn how to do this messaging for pr. I've had success with clients already blah blah blah but. I'm just can't wait. I wouldn't i wouldn't. Don't don't pitch people in a facebook group. You share your message. You were writer. You're good at messaging. I i feel like how would that not probably gets you some clients. I actually declined. Generation strategy two hundred and fifty percent perp fifty five dollars yet. All of you guys. I'm telling you this community right now. I almost four hundred people in the facebook group and they are all entrepreneurs trying or you know somebody with a message trying to get it out there. Your ideal clients is about four hundred people in there and not only will they. Could they be your air copywriter. But they're just wanna know and like really interesting human beings and you can refer people it really magical stuff happens with the connections that are made in that group forget the content the contents amazing. But yes you are one hundred percent writes. Yes that's us that just makes me. I mean the price point but then that to me makes it a no brainer because again you know for all everyone here and then people who wash replaced like i think you can see that like Yes i'm telling you do it. Because i think because i think you'll get a ton of value from it and multiple ways but even as a marketer and as a freelancer i'm like oh shit like that was not premeditated but i'm talking to you. I'm like yeah. This is facebook group of like four hundred plus entrepreneurs in this community that you can be a part of so. Seems like a no brainer. So awesome what we mentioned again at the end here. But i'm glad we got to share the challenge. I know some people shop and take my money sold. I see some people who are who are definitely hopping on board which is awesome. And i really again. I personally use jan increase in. Wouldn't can't say enough. Good things about them. So that being said that what are we doing now is. We're gonna move to the qna portion where we're going to look at questions. I will go through and and share those and then we'll bring the people on live kind of ask the full question whether it's address you or myself. One of us will kind of answer. It and i'll walk through with on here. I always say that you know. We may not have a perfect answer. But we'll do our best to just sort of help people get clarity or whatever it may be me. Yeah awesome so you want to go and kicks off your make. Sure if you have a question about whatever it is about freelancing clients crafting offer pr specific anything pop it into the to q. And a. awesome cohen. go ahead. This was a pretty straightforward question. I can't sars more than is already summarized. So do you want us to have the guy on. Yes or are you. Ask your question on here. Oh man twenty co host. Steve goes oh my gosh. Oh my gosh alright. Wait for it for naughty. Boy nutty boy. We should all shame. Step with the naughty boy. A bunch of people saying that they signed up bali girl. Leanne i think amateur sir. Matt floor is a sasa. My people earlier too but Yeah grilling you girl. You'll get there you just quietly keep writing really good copy. We'll we'll get there eventually but are now but okay go ahead or listen to. Let's ask your roi question. Logan kimmy yagi org. Monte high hygiene has that high note yep so just basic gave christian advocates lamb. How trick roi or results from a pr campaign. Great question. so there's different ways that you can track. I mean we always say that there are like there's really no guaranteed with with pr. I kind of fun Because you never really know what's going on with the new cycle so we can have. Our clients looked good morning. America's segment which the biggest nationals. I've met of all time for their career and then all of a sudden trump gets grown virus. And they get you know they don't get to be on good morning america anymore like they're bumped so there's a lot of uncertainty when it comes to being able to track specifics and to chinese specific amount not money that came but there are unsure. And you probably do things with links to articles so you can see like a lot of the times when you're writing your doing print publications or like online editorial stuff you can put links to your email lists right until you've been able to build your amounts but links to your options. You can also use them in your facebook ads. So let's say you're selling a product using facebook ads your media as your credibility marker in your facebook ad which dump a lot of times account or and then you can see exactly how many sales coming from that specific act. So that's not direct. Roi from the media. We call in direct and the indirect are. That happens is unbelievable. You will get you will get clients reach out to you i had. It might many times. I saw you on this show when i love to hire you right. That's direct roi. you'll be able to track that specifically but the indirect leg science for email less when they buy your product after like four or five. He knows when you get them in your funnel from the article or the facebook god with the image of the media ahead and the knicks through. And then they buy right. That's all indirect are line. that's trackable So the best way we do it at super connector media is we create spreadsheets and we just say how many views each you can see. How many news articles out honey shares the hi. How many click backs they had in order to get your email lists. There's a lot of different ways to do it but just remember that there's two different types is in our lie and direct. Roi answered the question. Stay cool one thing. i'll say liffey. Does he helps me on my team of raise. The the fascination boards for the youtube videos including this one so he'll be writing that an awesome job Your first couple of things. I've noticed during the pr stuff is What is is this direct optime malysz. Right people come in. They're like oh you. I read this You know read about on. Cnbc grow or whatever it is and again. If i know that the average discovered my list is worth over five hundred dollars per year. And i get like you know fifteen or twenty new options. It's like oh hey like that's probably you know another whatever. It is seventy five hundred ten thousand dollars in revenue that i probably generated from this one media placement and if i'm paying a mike isn't like whatever i'm paying i pay up front six thousand a month but if i get a nevada zero well paid for this month so it doesn't happen instantly because i'm not selling a private selling more products and more trans not just more a method but i'm not like my thing like i it's it's important i could probably is it better and another strategy. We've been talking about that. I really wanna implement is actually running promoted facebook ads and post like to the media right to the articles and then just retarget people people who click to those articles. Think every targeted on facebook to opt in pages from melissa. Get retargeted for the freelancing stuff rb cs. I think that that's a really good strategy to is promoting that media and then just retargeting to the different pages for the people who click on it and journalists eleven. You tell them right. Yeah so. I think that's a win win. Two awesome cool if that helps yet things. Sweet ed who got who got next next up. We got justin lucas base as well. You can ask your question on here justin justin. Hey what's up. everyone eerie. Hey you yes. Oh jen really random question. What was it like being on the show of billions raise birds. I love that. Billions is really interesting because it's a reminder like i'll tell you a little bit back story so i was on billions and i had two lines on billions. Okay guys. let's be real at. But i did. I think six auditions to get those two lines. Who are i called. It was insane like you guys need to know that. Just get wind on a show like that. You have to audition your base off. So i like talking about that when it comes to media because a lot of the times in order to get one article or when broadcasting that used to follow up time after time after time after time with retirement so i of billions again and again and again and again did get it get get it and then finally got my shoe line big moment and just in talking about when i played the personal trainer for acts and it was really fun. It did something really interesting actually i. I was really really nervous on that set. Because i watched the show. I was a big fan of the show. And it's like a boy's club very much and all joking. We're all on sat. All the boys are like you know having fun joking together. And i kind of like wanted to get in on the joke with the guys so i they were like making fun of The carrot the keep very much in character in the moment. I think this is. Why did this character the whole time. Even when we weren't shooting and they were like telling him he was started working out the gen. He's like. I don't want to jump on. That box is used box johnson. I'm like you can't jump up on. That box was playing with the boys and he looks at me and he goes for you to tell me what i can and can't do. I was so nervous. Because you know in like this my time in like imagine that when i was just i shut up. Obviously afterwards i realised Character job of course means to me because he was lovely after that. But i was almost crying and it was so scary. Not a great moment. So it's really cool sometimes to hear the backstory's when you see something then know what happened really binds means. It was an interesting day. That's so cool asking that question next. Justin yeah man. That's that'd be so terrifying. God like i. I'd i'd good for you for for kind of having the inner strength though to kind of release that and continue on right like running off the set or something because i mean that could have been temptation for sure. Oh my body my mind and my soul what. It's my body there. But i was like breathe. It's okay just do it. And i stayed did it and now i've got a great story to tell so. We always say you know lead into those those messy moments of your life. That's that's a cool interesting story to tell the media that you could tell in your copy. The facebook live like remember the so now. Anytime women liga shitty situation. When i feel scared or whatever i just remember this is going to be a really great story and i think that's important. I'm sure stephan. You use that copyrighted as well right one hundred percent and then just being vulnerability and authenticity. Something i really strive for and sharing stories that were maybe a little bit embarrassing things like that. I mean even that i think is a powerful tool when you communicate with people and i think about to marcus Leeann the guy from the profit. He's the harness. Yeah and he You know you're you're part of the hundred million mastermind and you were at the. I don't know if you're that dc talk when he talks about the first dinner. And then i had to read is but i did get him for hundred million top. When speak at the event you spoke. This whole thing is like i'm nervous. I'm afraid i feel like you guys know all these things that i don't know i'm worried of like you know that i'm a dinosaur. Like it was just all this stuff about how we're so great. And he's so afraid to be in front of us and it's like you're talking about disarming audience when the successful person comes up and then there's like. Oh i hope i can learn himself from and you're like oh something empowers the audience so much so i think even just from nap perspective storytelling is and being vulnerable and telling uncomfortable with stories is if you can own those and turn them into assets it can be extremely powerful assets streaming people are attracted to real people right. People don't like to buy from perfect sale at the more that you can be you that more you're gonna store one hundred percent awesome. Ed who do we have next year for our. Qna's next up. We got the man myth. The legend marcus. Surtee as marcus. Can you ask your question on. Media pitching marcus. Ooh close four. Am airedale group. Marcus gender. I wanted to ask splitter your tips for writing a killer media pitch that stands out from the rest and yeah question. It's great question so and be on. Td boot camp. We actually take apart all of the important elements of the pitch. So do the camp is. You're gonna learn exactly how to write a match. But i will tell you right now. Our couple chips. You wanna make sure that there is a timely news hook akeso people unfortunately the journalists producers. I'm so sorry they don't give a poop about you. All they care about is their audience right and what is their audience care about their audience cares about what's on right now. That's why they're so. Whatever it is that you do whether it is your copywriter you sell product or you are a coach whatever you are. How can you tie in what you do to. What's going on in the news right now. So is it could be something as big as corona virus cova quarantine election this big things that are going on Or something happened to celebrity. Recently we linked to type things into that right or something. As simple as there's a lot of national holidays like national donut night right or there's like national mindset week or month or international dog day whenever there's so many different nationalities google those in. Look them up and if you can tie or hitch into something that's timely the Now and all is about back. then you will. Most likely you're pitch will most likely get picked up another check that you wanna make sure that you do is still on that in that. Realm of the producer journalists only care about their viewers or readers or the listeners. So you want to pitch the topic first and then yourself second so you always open up the pitch with maybe amazing statistic of what's going on in the world right now. Why your pitch matters. Don't even talk about you because they don't care about you and then after you've done a little bit of your pitch you manage love stats facts figures so numbers you can say sixty percent of women right now we have like this is a great pitch example For a for tilleke doctor right. Sixty percent of women are having trouble getting pregnant during rona virus. Or something back and then in. This is alarming laurie. A little bit more out. Then after you're done with that. Dr joe can come in and talk about ways to reserve tilling during quarantine pitched the topic first and yourself second very important and then the other piece that you want to make sure that you have is topped whites so you wanna make it super super super easy. This is specifically for broadcast. But you could also munis for reaching an article you wanna write out exactly what you're what you're segment in your article about in talking so usually three to four to five on specific talking points on. What the topics that you want to hit in your segment mapped out for them perfectly. So that they don't have to do any work guy. So you wanna make timely. Timely news huck so ties into something. That's going on in the news right now. You wanna pitch the topic. I in yourself second and you make sure you've got some talking points in there. There's a couple other amazing elements you wanna have where we go over that in detail in the buchanan. And by the time you're done you'll be able to write pitch so if you're not signed up assigned awesome cool helpful marcus. That was super helpful. Especially using the calendar to generate ideas for pitches like every month. You could approach. Tv shows with exactly. I mean right now. For for me. I was on. I did a podcast interview yesterday. That gen team got with a faster than normal and it's like the number one. adhd podcast. Tonight tunes. I don't know how big of a category. Adhd is an nineteen but you know all these things also add up and the guy was awesome and and it was great. But you know part of that too is. I think it's like adhd month or something like that. October and it's also national bullying prevention month and so obviously have adhd so we're speaking to that But then in addition to that. I've got story of how i was kind of like the chubby kid when i was in middle school when i got bullied and overcame it and so then it's like okay. Great there's you know these are things that we can talk to. So there's always against always something month every month and you probably can relate to a lot of those things here instead of always been reps but no ripta. But i did do yoga this morning so feeling feeling good. It was great man. I mean. I'm a little like light but i'm like definitely a little sore but it's okay ever come twice a week announced me. I do want to point out. Something for everybody in louisiana mentioned it in here as well But a lot of what ginger said really does you know that their similarities between that and and writing good sales copy and especially email creatives like topical emails. Like it was subject. Lines are almost always gonna get a really like a higher open rate because people want to hear things that are topical and that's the same thing when pitching people about pr. But it's also the same thing when y- when selling and then kind of what's in it for me type of thing you're answering this case you're answering that for the producer or whoever. The person is at your pitching on the media but same thing when you write to prospects of a cold email or facebook ad or anything right. We wanna do. The first sales figures with copy like we're leading with emotion more because we can get away with that more but you usually status later on works and then the talking points is just really important. 'cause i've noticed that with mackenzie who's my main kind of wrap some sound feedback out of some feedback to or is it just me. I heard for a second but narrowed that okay cool so yeah even like you know. What are three actionable items. What five actionable. Things and like providing that to the media have noticed has been really really valuable to when you're like here's five ways that you can make more money freelancer right. They want a five. They want us bolted number. List-serve no so that's a really big thing to they all love that if you could be like yet the five top things for four top ways to whatever and make those you're talking points than Yeah that's awesome cool ed. Who do we do have here. Actually marcus has another good question. about Figuring out who to pitch tv. Show marcus what you hear. So we'll stick with legend. Marcus what is what's question number. Two here you're still available on meat yourself. Maybe you may have walked away here. They are actually the other question. We see i. I think. I wrote like three one to be like. How do you figure out who to pitch at a tv show. And how do you find your contact information. Yeah so we really are. Firm believers actually in. Yes you can find all contacts for people at different stations. You can go to station. Index dot com and you can find all the websites for all your local news stations. Like there's ways to google and find people's our contact information's but here's the thing if you do that and you cold pitch somebody that you don't just send them an email they. Your emails went to be one of thousands. These journalists these producers they get thousands of emails and air once every single day. Why are they going to open your email. If they don't know you so we always say that you'd wanna make personal relationships or have personal relationships in go for the lowest hanging fruit. What's the lowest hanging fruit. It's usually your connections and you may think like john. I don't know anybody in the media. I guarantee you that you know somebody that knows somebody. That's in the media and you just need to get that one media hit to start the momentum so we they always say like. When's the best time together sales right. After he made one sale the best time to get win a pitch is right. After you wanna pitch so media gets me gets needed to get media and what. We always tell people. Do we do in vientiane Campus we actually this unbelievable tool that helps you to leverage your own network. I two kneeling contacts to pitch so that you're not a cold pitcher. You're actually pitching somebody that wants to hear from you so that you can get that i get the ball running the low hanging fruit so what i would do if i were you. Marcus is before even look up anybody's is. I would try to make a list of people in your life that you know possibly connects you to somebody in the media and really get creative like who. Is it that that you know to be in the same industries you. That's got needy. Ever four where they been. Who's written about that. Do they know that person. Can you reach out. Nasko haiti no the journalists. That wrote about you you know can can you introduce me It's all about getting really creative with using your network your immediate network instead of just pitch and lived in. Can you connect us to somebody. In the media. Joined the be on tv buchanan. There's a lot of opportunity for us. That is really good advice. Though because i girl i went to high school with and she's a local. Tv like newscaster now like the anchors and then another woman i know is an anchor on tnn. She's moved back to san diego. But like yeah. You'd be surprised if you look at. Dr fairway video with your own is better health. Health company with his wife is an inker and north carolina. And it's like you know it's almost random but over time you realize you know you've got these connections and so that's really cool really good advice and i'll say because even with the rojas billion which is you know hugely viewed. But it's like you know. The youtube video gets a know between one thousand views. So far i mean the overtime the pike to five ten thousand whatever but and then the face lies which we can do today. But it's a five hundred fifteen hundred using overtime more and then the huge audience. But i'm getting pitched now from people who are emailing me about like you should have this person on. And they're sending their bio and things like that but even for that. I'm not i'm small potatoes but if i don't know the person i'm not super motivated because like i don't really know this person. Are they going to be a good fit Versus i'm reaching out to people in my network or if they john caproni was like. Oh have ron lynch. On ron lynch is like a Infomercial legend school. And then oh that's a good idea message to myself but But yeah having a warm connection is this is just like getting clients. It's so much better to have. A warm introduction are warm connection to somebody relationships make it easier to that homage. That awesome advocate. Who do we got here. Beautiful our next up. We have ever fung ever what's up. Hey how's it going ahead as ago now Yeah so my Question was just on Mindset you mentioned like mindset is pretty big in your business and i was just curious about Your mindset going through your career transitions and if you experienced imposter syndrome. If at all i think A lot of people including myself Or a kind of going through Possibly some transitions with their careers and Trying to make a transition to fulltime copy as well and just We'll let to hear what your experiences are. Have you ever like fluctuated back to give her ever going. Bats entertainment or even just dabbling in debt. Or is it more just a you know. I'm just curious about your perspective. About like a. What kind of stayed with you or maybe. What kind of grew with you In terms of your experience with With mindset Thank you so much for asking that question. I love this question. Yes every day in my life. I don't think that that's something that really goes way but I always say we work really hard to make our life easy so every single day acting work on my mindset and there's things that i do every single day and it helped me get antique state so that those things like imposter syndrome in perfectionism in comparison in all that stuff all that ear stuff keeps us stuck and keeps us from taking action. I have the tools to combat them. And i also have the community around me to hold me accountable to not getting you know letting it sucks me in but suggest you know like i feel it all the time right like i'm a human being every day and during especially during my transition or my career and i was leading company when i had never let accompanied before in my life i was an actress. I was a personal trainer. I was you know. I had my oldest was just me and then suddenly needing this team and you better believe that i had an ostrich syndrome one day. These people are going to realize that. I don't know what the hell i'm doing right in all these bureau like i would be doing this It's normal and fear. Is this really crazy thing. That comes in because it wants to keep us safe right. You're wants to keep us at the same level because if long as we're saves there's like no lion or tiger choosing right. It's always going to keep us from nick excuses in order for us to not take action. It's not step into the greatest version of ourselves so can come in as impostors In command as perfectionism can comment comparing yourself to other people it can come in is analysis paralysis. Like not being able to make a decision that you just don't move and if you can for me is always acknowledging no fear and saying like. Hey what's up by like. I'll talk to your sometimes so whenever i'm gonna go make a really big scary decision or maybe even like go speaking at an event or just do a team meeting. Leave my team right or something scary. I'll be like okay. Fear i get it i get. You're trying to keep me say. I'll say we're in the car and i'm gonna put you in the passenger seat and you can be here with me in the advocacy of the car. But i am driving car and you can't even touch the radio so you'd knowledge the viewers there and it's going to be there with you. You're going to do it anyway. And here's what happens for me ever. Is that every single time. I feel that fear. But i still do the thing anyway and i still take action do it. I realized i didn't die. Nothing bad happened. And i was actually better off after than i was before. Then i put it took another quinn in the confidence back. Then i get more confident for the next time and all of those moments to you as you go into your trans transformation in transforming into the leader that you're going to be your new career getting into copywriting and everything like that every time you're scared to take that action feel like maybe you're not good. Enough acknowledged buren Gets you but i'm gonna still just do this anyway. Because no rose happens without discomfort so lean into it. Do it anyway. It's gonna suck. It's gonna hurt like working out socks lake stack. Which is did yoga. Feels a little bit sore. It's gonna still do it anyway. Because he knows that there's growth on the other side so every single time you do it. Anyway you're gonna get serotonin dopamine in your brain Oh i didn't die. That was amazing and next time easier and that is how my mindset works every day. I'm really helps. Yeah that's awesome the acknowledging it and really just kind of jumping into it really got a lot of value. Thanks so much awesome. Yeah john was great. That was one of the highlights for me. Of just i love. I love just acknowledging fear and then kind of everything you said. It was good. It was gaming up. I'm like having to put fear in the passenger seat to you. Know you're right and it is a journal. I mean think about it goes back to like whatever we do hard stuff whenever even them like the seven habits of highly effective people when i did a video yesterday about what was on my bookcase. And how these How private victories proceed public victories. Because we when you do little things in the morning like you out when you know one two or you make your bed or whatever it is you have that little confidence boost and then going to something even bigger like putting yourself out there being on tv. Your whatever these things once do that that that that adrenaline and the feeling of accomplishment you become so much more powerful so i just Yeah that's awesome advice. I mean it's skydiving. Have you ever. did you ever go. Skydiving alex That i never wanna do it. Shit you're you're i did at one time and for me. That's all i wanted. I'm not like a like. Oh i want to keep going. But i did that thing. Either complete surrender and acceptance. We were going up in the plane and you know you tandem obviously especially the first time and the guy next to me was like are you came man like you're being really quiet but i was actually a serene like i had just full acceptance that i was going to do it. It'll be fine but that once we landed back on the ground that you have a high for like an hour and a half or two hours where you're just You know and that's an extreme example but it's the same thing just putting yourself out there or doing something big taking a risk all those things. I mean thinking that that high you get afterwards how good that is You know. I think that's something that can help to motivate you to to go through the pain to get to the pleasure that comes afterwards. Also one thing. I always think about this actually motivated me in thailand something I remember i was at the west mall. Which is the most famous mom canada. And there is this huge water loop de loop and i was so scared to go on it because i was like fuck that that. That's a that's a water slide. That's a no go for me and then all my friends were going. I was the only one who didn't do i one of my friends. That is one thing he said. Like how are you gonna feel if you don't do it. And i was like shit so it's not like what happens if you if you don't do it and i take a step further at. I love so much here. We go this this. This is going deep. You guys so sometimes if i really gotta get myself in check i will imagine the end of my life. Okay and i will imagine that at the end of my life. One of the rules is that. I have to meet the gen. That did every action step. Even if she wasn't even if she was scared she did it all. I have to come face to face with her. I have to meet her. And i have to see her and see everything that she accomplished. And i always think. I don't want to meet that girl i do now. I wanna be that girl right. I do not wanna frequency her so the fear of like at the end of my life having to meet the girl. That did all the things i was too scared to do. And not be that person that puts the fear god in me so that just like going one step. Further from that socal awesome. We've got a few more questions. I think people are like you got people saying oh damn whoa love it. Mind is blown. That's yeah deep but make it way if you really need to do something and you're really really knowing your heart and you got yourself. Do it just imagine meeting. The girl did it on the other side of the guy. Do i have above one day. I feel like you might be able to get some kind of press coverage for it. Maybe maybe you. Maybe we'll have another question from lutfi sold. We're gonna bring him back on. Hey it's kind of funny because sometimes on on these calls. We don't get hardly any of the questions then here. We're going to get to everyone. I think this is awesome. Awesome enjoying it whatever. Yeah what's up so my question is in this. Each new on brings keep up especially in commerce. Wins like the best time for business to start considering pr and what other keeps fall. Assist to cut through the noise especially with so many new competitors entering already saturated. The market yesterday was the best time. Start at the. Are you heard stephens. As i wish it started sooner so. Pr's actually it's the secret weapon because most people are focusing on social media. They're focusing on you. Know like direct response marketing. All that stuff which it works in. It's great but if you start with. Tr in the very beginning holy crap. Because it's all about momentum with armenia and one thing about tv. I wanted to mention this really cool. So i did instagram. Live with dave meltzer. Dave meltzer read stuff. Any smart hundred million and we were talking on instagram. He's like john. I'm double down on tv I just got a new show on bloomberg. And he's like people think i'm crazy because like what's mainstream media anymore. Said you wanna know something more money watches. Tv a men more money watches tv so you may might be like the interior cooler trendier more millennial or whatever like do all the online stuff the influence or marketing and stuff but money is watching tv and reading these publications. More people are watching tv now than ever before in the history of times were sitting at home and were looking for content to consume. And we're looking for answers. Were looking for products that are going to make our life easier. We're looking for mentors. That are gonna tell us to help us feel more certain during this time so if your company can be the one that comes in and is visible in the places where people are looking reading watching listening to. I'm not just talking about the tv honor wall on talking about tv on your phone. Ryan like youtube. All of the people are getting their news from somewhere. So if you're you're you're companies that person that is answering the need of the client where they are during the time when they need you. Most they will be client forever. It will be a follower forever. This is long game shit so the to your question is when should we start npr. It's yesterday so it's now now now now now And it is always valuable and misconception that people think they need to be ready to get yar as being a human or a business or a product just in existence. You already talk your okay. 'cause i was wondering. Do you need to stop now. My book fifty five dollars come to it in every so many people in my fifty five dollar campaigns of getting national media coverage and local media coverage it's amazing and they spent fifty five dollars sow the link back in there again Fuck i had a good point. But i can't remember it so we'll come back to me in a second. I'm sure sorry no lose. Was it bolivia answers your question. Then the second power healthy catcher the nine th century. Wait time out. i remember my answer. My my point is going to say really quickly that one thing. I really am a big adam. Person is basically what everybody's eggs is the egg right so like when everybody is doing like if everyone is focused on like whatever social media platform or whatever kind of mode of selling like i'm not gonna and he's like don't use assets like us us up to everybody's over here. I come back over here and you see that direct response all the time. Where i've had friends crease. Seven eight like figure. Companies from like newspaper editorials. Nobody advertises in the newspaper anymore. Like perfect so cheap. But it's still a great distribution and markets here and then they create these newspaper editorials businesses and create multi million dollar companies People go like a few years back emails dead. Emma's dad is like all right. Cool he would. I know double down on email. Made ten twenty thirty million dollars Direct mail same thing like phone sales like and ascending with with tv and pr. Traditional media is like everyone's ignoring it. That is not everyone is smart people who are utilizing in your road But but yeah. I just think that's a total in the name of your your live event unfair advantage. But it's like a total unfair advantage. Because you're coming in and doing things in a way smarter way than than everyone else's so i just wanted to make that point and then lucy please feel free to go through a second question there are i guess the answer yes it so race yes when i was on a call with marcus. Ramona's one hundred million. Call tony those calls. Like only two people doing them every time. So it's like you get to talk to you like marcus like one on one and he was like what if i worked for your vr company. Janet hugs warning or publicists. What would you tell me is like the most important thing the most important member and i was like i don't know of so nervous. I don't know what i'll tell you. And i was like fumbling around like. I'll tell you it's stand for something. Stand for something and that is how you cut through the noise. Don't be all things to all people. Don't try to impress all people and when you're pitching to you wanna make sure that you stand for something so instead of trying to say you. Don't well some people feel this way and some people struggle with this problem but some people know stance or something people are fucking scared right now. You are stressed out right now right. If that's your opinion then you need to say that stand for it and whatever your product is or whatever your company is or whatever your missions in your value prop and all of that stanford slowly incompletely for all the time no matter what and be in that lane always in you will cut through the noise and also be you be because there's only one you so we always say you know what i'm studying. We were talking about this earlier. Lean into what makes you different. And what makes the messes of you and The realness the authenticity has that. There's only one you with all those messy stories with the miss that you are so not will make through the noise real easily because there is literally nobody else with your story. Yeah that's awesome so good. Liffey is a dancer. Your question awesome. And then eddie have one more. We're gonna we're gonna do really nice because we ended at eleven thirty my time soon. Seven minutes from now and one question. And i think is great. So who's are the honor of our final questionnaires. It marcus again. Marcus is getting the one on one combat cushion for his name. What's up my question is how do you mention your website or product or whatever you want to promote on the can drive the traffic but also balanced i would like not pissing off like the producers. So that he's still getting back again. Yeah so there's all different ways to do that. We always media training in our company and usually on for broadcast. They will not allow most of the time. Give you that honor saying where can people find you. You know if you're on a podcast a of time giving the the opinion say where people find me so what we like to do is tied in there in any in any question that they ask you tie in your products on your website so if somebody says oh what's the best tip to ray copy you can say well in my copywriting course at operating or dot com i talk about the best chat is number one number two number right and the next question that they ask. You is so what's you know. Won't you save big mistake. That copywriters make a when they first start out. Well the big steak we saw this one of our members of my top rated dot com. They made this mistake right. So tying in in Without them having to give you the opportunity to say that is always the best way to do it the offering value at the same time. If that makes sense sense. Marcus makes sense. Yeah thank you even into content. Yeah awesome cool. A so sweet awesome. We'll wrap it up here It's going to put the link. One more time to be on tv bootcamp which is right in the chat and then of course it will put in the youtube show notes in the description bat so for those who watch on youtube. Check it out if you are jan. I know this one because the next one after after this december you're skipping november. Right so i guess for people who spent come on itunes for awhile but still the link people may be able to join one of the future ones as well as that how that works or yes. Yes chris thumbs up listening the background. Yes sir all right awesome. So we'll put that in there too and Jen thank you so much. Any last words of wisdom or anything you want to share before we wrap up here. This is so much fun. I love this l. combat. Anytime you guys are the bomb. I hope to see on the e. On dvd boot camp and the biggest. That i can give you guys before. I leave is ju just know always to be as you as possible and that you are enough to be on tv or be in the media just as you are right now and that's actually going to eat your secret weapon and i'm sure that's happens as that time when it comes to copywriting as well it's exact same thing for the media absolutely jen. Thank you so much. Thank you everybody who was here at this live recording. Everyone the cia. Love you guys and girls. Ed ray thank you as always for being an amazing co host. You're the man and we'll see everybody next week. So thank you so much. Thank you so much guys. I i all right. That's just about it for today before we finish though. Let me share a little bit more about how you can stay in touch with me. I have a private email list. Where i share a high level tricks. Strategies and insights about copywriting entrepreneurship mindset in more in fact often my podcasts. 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Caught Offside: Manchester Derby

"Caught offside with Andrew gumming and JJ Davani. Total number west side of Manhattan, Ed regarding J, J vani what's up in? Not as pumped as I thought. It'd be pump for the podcast. I think this is going to be a grid podcast as always people have been looking forward to it since we didn't have a Monday one. But that Manchester Darby just fell a little bit short on. You were hoping you were invested in it in a way that last night. I played glory glory mandated. In a way to kind of some some kind of footballing voodoo to attack city who do you think? Manchester United fans prefer to see when the title city mall easily. No, I say easily I don't know in Manchester, certainly mine United fans from back home and Arlon, whereas rabid as anyone they don't want to see every. So this is kinda like, you know, if you're a Yankee fan, would you rather see the Red Sox or Mets and most Yankee fan? I you know, what I actually don't know what they would say. I don't know what it's either. Probably. Yeah. I don't know because the Mets winning right on their doorstep. Right. Which is the case with Manchester, Neang, Manchester. So yeah, but Manchester, the Manchester's are lot closer together than the Boston's in the New York's if you know what I mean this distance wise, your bump, your bumping into more Manchester people in Liverpool. People more crossover interesting we're gonna talk about that game. And all that did and did not happen in it into days. Manchester Darby a win for city a huge win for city. We'll get into there's been a lot of action over the weekend. Some the battle for the top four is insane. And nobody wants it. Well, not nobody Spurs. They've pushed themselves to the front of the queue. Nobody excuse me. I'd like more soup that is the voice in which we speak. So we'll talk about that. We've got a mail bag actually haven't seen any of the mail bag. I didn't I did my thought one word of it. I gotta be honest with you will be able to react on the hop. Most of these. Let's see we have a big what to watch for consisting of some premier leagues and we've got red card man of the match should be fun. I do want to start out by saying a couple of things first off we never ever do this. But I want to push people a lot of people listen to this podcast solely off of downloading it from the ESPN FC feed on I tunes or apple podcasts. Wherever you get your podcast. And that's great. Thank you for finding us there. And for. And for sticking with us. I'm sure that was probably our introduction to a lot of people from the SPNFZ feed shore. But we also do have our own podcast channel as well. So when you get the chance try to just subscribe to the caught the actual caught off side channel. And when you do that just how about a little five star rating and review because they say that that is a thing with metrics that helps our visibility. 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This is like the fifth anniversary show, actually, it's essentially it is last week of April in two thousand fourteen. I think was our first podcast. Yeah. So I'm going to try. I've got a few plans that were formulating just to to celebrate that on one of them is we're going to release our top five. Well, how about this? We're just now we're just on. And this is all totally on the fly. And if you hate it, I'll even at it this out. Okay. What if people who are longtime listeners of the podcast as their tunes review submit their favorite memory from the show, and we will do the best that we can go back and find it. And maybe at the end of like a bunch of episodes moving forward. We'll try to. We'll we'll say, hey, so and so gave us a five to five star review, and we'll play and at the end of the podcast. We'll just play like that thing. So many of them are. Gonna be Maradonna gone. Oh, you mean, you mean this? He was simply asked for his opinion on the clock. 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It was in doubt briefly. I went on Twitter at around hall timely and Twitter was riddled with videos of water streaming down through in the Old Trafford roof with people suggesting that the game was going to be cancelled and all three points. We're going to be given to Manchester City Victor, Linda mounted Vic Victor Lindelof was in charge of keeping the water from not leaking in. Well, it sounded totally preposterous. And in the end they did play. Rumors. But in the end, the three points were handed to mention Esther city, anyway, JJ, this was I guess we shouldn't be shocked by it from what we've seen from Manchester United as of late. But this was just it was just so not the effort that you thought you would get from a club. Not just looking to prevent one of their biggest rivals from potentially using this. As a major tool to go on to win a title also to try to get themselves back and Champions League contention at man, they just it was like Marino. Manchester United was just flat. So few opportunities. So few chances that I can really think of where they you know, are going forward and some kind of threatening men shot on target and sometimes the saving because lindgaard had the one volley that was kind of a pre like cool attempt rash bird. Argue rash. Furred flashed a shot over the top than there was a semi clearance out of the six year box in the second half. Just after city the opening. Bowl that was from Vincent company, and then then guard was coming in the far site. But generally, Andrew it didn't create very much because not quite apart. From the fact that didn't have the ball an awful lot that midfield plumbed levels of ineptitude that I have rarely seen from Manchester United midfield Pereira. Fred constantly giving the ball away. Fred most notably for the second goal. Pago Pago doing his his kind of. I'm trying really hard. You know, his kind of like lots of lots of lots of movement lots of falling over, but not a lot of product the ball. He played in the first half to Lynn guard for that chance. You talked about was fantastic. And it was one of those things where you're like when Fred and Pereira got the ball give it to about knock it over the top and get Vincent company in foot- race. What Marcus rash? I they weren't able. I mean that is the simplest way to play. And you know, he's born capable of doing it at Luke Shaw's effort for. The for Bernardo Silva gold that opened opened up the game. What was that? Yeah. I was just wondering is he just going to keep like Bernardo Silva just kept driving with eventually just backpedaled into the nets ever going gonna step forward like it lit on FICO. We're we're the guy ends up in the net. Just so poor on, you know, Gary Neville was on sky afterwards saying, well, that's just too. They are that's who this team is about as if that's the case dot is referring the mentoring. You know, he was on about a Roy Keane was on the panel. Which was I mean, the greatest midfielder of the river had we'll talk about a night to have Roy Keane on and he just viscera them on. He talked about Ronin an effort and really putting in effort. Now, they did that in the first half. They tried to press a one point they force company to kick the ball out of the line. But generally Andrew that all went out the window in the second half. They were supine they were spineless they were back to what they were against Everton, which was pathetic. And they, you know, I think if city where. What at full tilt, and I think if sonnet had come on even earlier, it could have been a lot worse for United. How many times do we need to say that about Sunday before like, well, he was understand what he needs to do to become a fixture in the starting. I don't either appoint was made to me on Twitter over the weekend. When I said, I believe he should be starting games on the point was, well, you know, who you dropping sterling Bernardo Silva. Honestly, I think there's a way to put him into the side where you would drop silver, the elder Davidson who was not in the kind of form that you would expect. But certainly, okay he doesn't have to start, but he can come on sooner than the eighty four th minute and the eighty ninth minute, respectively champions e games against Spurs. It was the sixty six when he came was just humming improvement of twenty minutes and he scored. Oh, no, I'm sorry. He scored in the sixty sixty km fifty right, right? And he has that ability to change games. Now. He said that in speaking to Arlo on the boys after the game. He said that you know, there's no issue with Pat P under. Fans that he can't come into the game. When he has so many good players head of him. He's not as it's not as if he sat there thinking while I'm better than him. When I'm better than him on understand that, but I do feel like earlier in the season he paid more of a role and that role was slowly. But surely phased out. Yeah. The thing that I sometimes wonder about is. Okay. If you're not going to be playing so much in the league like maybe that would be for the Champions League. Like, you know, I look at Tottenham and he's hurt now. But Serge aurea basically never starts in the league. But then in championship games. He's kind of a fixture at fullback. Like, you would think. Okay. Where's the chance that we can rotate the squad and get Sante into playing ninety minutes in at least one of these guys. I still believe that if pep had it to do all over again to bring on signing would have started in the first the first leg against Tottenham and made no sense. Not to I don't know. They played league Sunday starting the second leg. Yeah. But to broin started the Brighton GAM beforehand. He started can't remember. They're still Crystal Palace before it really before that too. And then all of a sudden, he's not playing against bars. It's it was super. We're very there's no way around. I wanna go back a little bit to something that you said that Gary Neville said about the squad from chest United. Maybe this is just who they are. I think there's some truth to that. I go on. Well, okay. I mean, how much of things really changed? So under Marino. They were this dour underachieving group of players and then social came in and suddenly they weren't. And we all kind of wondered why a lot of analysis said really doing a lot of the same things of Reno is. But guys are just executing now. And now they're of not against here's what we're looking at social the job officially on March twenty eighth since then United played seven games five in the league two in the Champions League. He's one two against Waterford and West Ham. Neither one of those were convincing and he's lost all the other five. And if you wanna go back even a little further he actually lost both of the games. Leading up to his hiring and Cup one against wolves. And the two nil against arsenal. So in their last nine games they've won two and they've lost seven including getting bounce from two Cup competent. Yes. So as the worst record since eighty one, so what would we be saying if this was any other club where what remove the flashy names, Marino club, legend, soul shy remove all that? And let's just pretend this was some other club. What would we be saying? Oh, well, they got the new manager bounce out settled back to the the mean. Yeah. But why are Manchester United that much different? But that's with anyone else who they are. I will get to this in my red card section in more debt put it's because of the narrative that's been spun he's calming and he's put a smile under faces. And we've heard all this nonsense about the United way, which is total an her. It's not real. It's not something that exists. The United way first of all under Furby was white men wingers a creative and a holding center midfielder, a an attacking force with striker and somebody like Eric tonight in the team. Dot that was the first Iranian the was another United where where there were quite dour played five in midfield and often paid vista Royal Fronton his own that was the second ration-. There's not just one way of playing the way the United way onto Furby was what winning. That's what it was. But we were spun this narrative that he's going to come in. They're going to understand what it is to play for Manchester United. They're going to wear the club blazer. There's going to be no headphones. There's going to be none of that. It's all going to there's going to be this cultural chain, let's not act like United with Rooney with Rinaldo with skulls with Beckham weren't playing more gigs work playing a more exciting. But it wasn't one thing. It wasn't villian. Like there was so many different ways. There was Rinaldo playing white as winger and then ranaldo playing white as wing or but a goal scoring winger who scores thirty-something goals in a season. There was all these different elements. That wasn't just one way. What was really good players on a manager that was able to transpose his anger, and his I suppose his motiva-. Onto the field. That's what it was. Then we haven't seen that with only gonna soldier. He's Cohen on. He's allowed the players to express themselves on. I'm sure after Marino. And what we saw like we saw from the sky cameras the fallings out, and they just the toxic. Atmosphere that he created around the clock. I'm sure when someone comes in that's fresh-faced and bubbly and compliant too glories of the past that lifts a team. But now, where's the coaching Andrew? Yes. Dive request what I'm saying. And I will I will get to this at the later on. But you know, you can talk about the United way all you want. There's no United way that says you play Victor Lindelof in a white position against the wall and watch him get his bum handed to against Everton. It was shocking. It was it was disgraced you know. There's no there's no United way. This is your goal keepers. Probably the best goalkeeper in the world is no conceding record high goal scoring numbers. What is it was the two goals today that puts him up to fifty conceded for the season? And it's like look at the goals. He's allowing. You could say, you know, I know you wanna look shawl was probably mostly at fault. I would say for the first one, but it's still it's not a shot Bernardo Silva hits. That's very it's not very hard hit kind of not scuffed it, but cakes quickly. Yeah. Maybe the hair was just like a little bit. I think he might have been unsighted by the frame of the show and not doing anything in front of him. But then the second one from sonnet. These are saves you expect to hey, it'd be make its but look at the Genesis there's like three or four people out of position on that goal. There's this. There was this still taken of the United defense on the goal. And it was just like this strip vertical line. And you're like, what are you doing? And maybe we were maybe we were all just thrown a little bit. Now. I think you and I were fair. I mean, we said after social be Tottenham one nil. Okay. Well, that's a great result for mention United goes of who the better side wasn't that on that day Deva put on a show, but even even three one maybe against arsenal. Even but well, yeah. But, but even if you look at the result, which was probably what we thought seeded firm. I mean, they did not play well that night and boof on PS Jesus and improve miraculously. And there was the miraculous. Humble, right. You know, there's all those things I said at the start I thought it would be a mental decision to appoint him even as a caretaker content considering his. See I'm what needed to be done at the club. Now, I actually softened my position on that over over the course of the winds and things like that. And I said, you know, he could be a good manager for the next two years. But what I didn't say was you must give it to them. Now, you how to them? No, no. We were pretty clear on that. I was you've given him that job before you've appointed the key piece in rebuilding the club, which is a technical director or a bunch of technical director. I just I'm so curious who are the guys and social spoke about this a little bit during the week. But who are the guys that if you're a Manchester United fan, you feel comfortable moving forward with on this club? I assume rash verd- I'll throw lindgaard in there. And I'll say Marcial because he recently signed a contract. I mean Maciel his body language when he came on tonight is what his body language for a while. Four really poor. But Lukaku out pod by out. Fred Herrera round while what a loss they'll take on? Fred. I mean, something's got to change. This isn't working. In fact, match out on the one guy that maybe you could have kept at least as somebody who perform a function in midfields because really is not as old as jars legs aren't going as managers appear to be would have been under Herrera knuckle be the difference. But he's gonna walk away to during the summer. We're led to believe it's pretty incredible to see what's happened with just so many just no strategy. But no strategy to look at it. You've got signings from the Furby era plan centre-back who should probably belong on the club. If a fullback was signed as a winger by Alex Ferguson, you know, playing wingback in Ashley young and captaining the club. Then you've got all these like, look, what do you do Alexis? Sanchez. Who's taken that contract? Feels interested scattergun approach Miguel Delaney is a really good piece about this prior to the game tonight. Check it out go to his Twitter and you'll see it. So for for city. This was the game at hand. They move ahead of Liverpool. Now, they've now both played thirty five games city or head by one point ahead by eight points on goal difference. You're for the slip ups now. Yeah, I it's just I keep repeating this to and I feel bad drilling into your head because I'm sure you feel worse and worse every time I say, but I've just never seen anything like this where Liverpool may go through the season losing one game and not winning title. It's just crazy. I'm looking at it. Now, I'm thinking they have to go to Burnley. And you know, Sean, die doubt them combing just throw. He throw handbags. Glad rags out them. Then you've got tremendous cottage though. But that's at home. They're at home to tremendous character. And then you've got Brighton away who could be fighting for their lives. You saw there's jeopardy in those games. I don't know. And then meanwhile, for for you guys Horsfield on Friday, which if you're not winning that you serve win the tight Lonnie way, I should say that they should win. They should take three points. That's at home to orders field orders feel at home Newcastle away, which you are safe. But I would be there in a bit of their in a bit of form spending. Well there so it could be one goal that the Cy and they're feeling themselves. Now, we'll talk a little bit more about them later in what's watch for. But they did suffer a bad injury significant. And then there's wolves and that's at Anfield. And and you know, wolves are. A bit of a Jekyll and Hyde team. So you don't know what you're gonna get there. They're not Jekyll and Hyde against top six JJ. I dunno. If you happen to see what they did arsenal today. But it was I would say it was shocking. But I guess you can't be shocked by anymore. They beat arsenal. Three one. They were up three nil at one point three goals from three other foreign players, Nevez, Jota and Monteverdi. I saw this from Paul car. It's the most points per game versus the top six in the primarily the season. Manchester City average two and a half points per game against the top excite then Liverpool at just under two points per game. And then in third wolves followed by Chelsea arsenal. Tottenham or knife, Manchester editor tenth wolves are averaging basically a point and a half per game against the top six. It's amazing. And if you're a wolves fan, I it's led to some of the most fun moments that you could probably recall in the recent history as a fan, God, the frustration of not being able to to do that against lower table teams knows where they could be I'm going to bore people with this. But I look at the big picture. What was and I think next season they're going to be contending to be a top succeed. If they can't afford to lose players, and they'll. How are they? I mean, we know the way the that the operate in terms of transfer market. They're they're securing him who's one of their crucial players. They're securing him. What Montel they signed him to a new extent into a contract extension will not accept they. They may sign them. Unofficial signed him outright. We know the way that they that they operate on the the knowledge that they have in the transfer market. And we know that full soon the company that owns them will back them. They're probably gonna kick on an I that's got to be there in that's or else. What is this for? They are monied in a way that the other clubs aren't and they are already stretching their most against the top six. Meanwhile, from arsenal you look at it. And it's now back to back to feats against Crystal Palace against wolves. This is this is Everton the defeat only a couple of weeks ago. This is shocking stretch for them yet. It's interspersed with them taking apart Napoli the Europa league. That's the thing is you. I'm starting now. Look they are still full steam ahead for a spot in the top four. But they're avenue into a Champions League spot is now I would say almost equally split between doing it through the league and doing it through the rope leaks. Attention is probably fixed in two different places. Still that's not an excuse for how they've looked in these past couple of games against palace. The defending on the Christian Ben goal against palace over the weekend is just awful. They've got a lot of problems mainly in the back. I would say, right. But even even look at look at some of the characters that have popped up over over the last couple of days say, for example, on social media, the arsenal who got a lot of attention until ding from our own Craig Burley where he tweeted out the stats that suggest scored on Stathis had a pet her season than versus Van Dyke. You know, that was funny, you know, amusing, but he still at the club. You look at the guy who scored tonight Socrates he still at the club not up to it. Andrew they need to revamp and rebuild that entire defense. We've said that. Alright. Yeah. Look some of it though is not necessarily just on these players. It's also in the manager who selecting these players to play if you looked at the lineup that was out there for the Crystal Palace game. They're worse than head scratchers. Here's Paul mariner on ESPN FC talking about Emory's lineup choices this throw away game. So what does he do? He plays a young kid of Ripon us at the buck is not ready. So don't plan you've already go in my opinion of very pool by because Shelley kills me to say, he's been a fantastic. So just going over the little bit stuff is all over the place. Jenkinson the it was playing the kid Gwen dues going to be a good player. But he's not ready yet. So the so many things wrong with this with the settle. I wasn't sure is going to play for the, but it was going to play three. So and it came to pass because when you look at the first goal, okay? There's a guy called Christian. Ben tech is seventy four eight this guy, very very difficult. Not to mount this guy. Stuff. It gets the wrong side of a militia before the bulls comment is put his hand because he thinks been been take his off side. And as far as my stuff is concerned is but jenkinson's behind him playing everybody. Onside some what are these guys doing train it? It's embarrassing. Yes, fine. But this is something that's bedeviled arson Vangere in the certainly not who years of of the last decade. And also is now troubling Unum. Re-? He can't grow players. You know, he's probably put in one of the players that he mentioned there. He's probably paid him. Because he hasn't got any other options. You know, he's got a wit to the summer and even in the summer, go. He's got Eric coming off the bench trailer is not a defender. He's defensive center made is what I mean, my point to you is this Andrews that he's gonna have to dress this in the summer on what some of the contracts that are already tight Taito, including material. And also, I suppose that's where they're getting rid of Ramsey to free up some money. Let's see we look at some of the other top for that were in action recently Tottenham lost Manchester City over the weekend in a game where they actually played pretty well. But just couldn't quite finish that chance a second thought city. Yes. Son had a couple reaches couldn't quite get the ball out from under his feet, but it was a pretty good a pretty good game. And obviously important went for city. And it was followed by yesterday. We're taught him took on Brighton in a game. That was just it was filled with all the the dread, basically that I sometimes talk about with Spurs where you know, all these great things are happening around them, you know, Chelsea drawing with Burnley and United are giving it away an arsenal or giving it away. And now you've got Brighton. For you at home and look Brighton. Do a lot of people. I saw on Tottenham Twitter. People are losing their minds over the way Brighton. Decided to play that game. Why I agree. I mean, look like we've said so many times like we said when Portugal went on and won the euro's beating France their their job is not to entertain u s at this stage in the season. Especially when you're when you're trying to stave off relegation their job is to survive got a point at wolves. And the new another point against Tottenham would push them that edge that little bit ahead of carrot of. And they were they said the game plan on if Stevens had closed down that shot by X improperly. Instead of doing the thing that annoys me all the time the jump in the air back Spinney thing blinded, the goalkeeper on it flew into the bottom corner. Grit strike it was a great strike American. Here's what it sounded like Eriksson. Good. The relief in that moment when he hit that ball Tottenham. There was I don't know if you remember. But the the shot that hit off the inside of the post and rolled along the goal line. That's when you start to think, oh, this is not happening. When you see that one. You've convinced yourself it's going to be one of these days, and you're going to look back at this. When you're not in the top four you keep waiting for that Spurs. He moment it didn't happen in the Champions League. At least certainly not yet. And I'm not anymore. That's the thing. I is you feel like the narrative is almost afraid to say it because there's still time for everything to turn. But in watching the way teams around them are just failing at this stage in the season. And if the way Tottenham are still right now kind of eking out results after they went through that rough patch since they moved into their new home. They have not lost. They had not drawn. They've won every game in the new stadium. Also, you know, you talk about these Spurs moments, and and someone. On Twitter yeterday a Chelsea fan. No doubt. I talking about. Oh, you know. I can't wait till Spurs get to a final and they bought lit, whatever. Even if they do get to the Chapman's e final bought lot. Even if they don't make it to top four. There's no way. There's there is no way any Spurs fine is swapping anything. That's happened this season so far. So they can have a cowboy Corp or an ethical final, by the way. Can we also say right now that if Tottenham get to the championship final, and let's say lose to Liverpool or Barcelona's tremendous seas way past the term bottling is that somebody who just doesn't know what that means a male fine. If they've got like a four nil lead in the second half, and they give it away then. Yes, we can say that they bottled it. But if they get to a championship final Tottenham. I don't know. Why people it's amazing. How these these terms just sneak into the Geist on Twitter and people just they tweet the same memes when anything happens, even if it was at the start bottling like the American translation would be choke. Right. Yeah. But there's there's means and ways of doing like they'd have to go into the final as the as the. Wild favorites. It would have to be taught him versus Schachter. Nets are someone like that. For for them to lose be late in college basketball. If like a mid major, that's not what Tottenham are let's say like, you know, a six seater a five seed get to a national championship game and take on Duke. Do they would you say choke, if they don't win that gaining the guy, and I think what the guy said was on they'll do their usual, which is maybe not he maybe didn't use the term bottle. But he said lose in a final. I'm like they've never been to Champions League. Final before. Let's see speaking of Chelsea. I did mention they drew with Burnley those actually a phone game or fun first half. Yeah. A fun. I twenty five minutes or so Jeffrey, Jeff Hendrick. He lows a volley. God you only score Vanni. It was honestly it was really incredible. Now, I guess my big in looking at all the top for games. My big observation kind of comes out of that one. We're talking about you know, what Brighton set out to do against Spurs will debit. Louise, I guess felt similarly. In what Burnley's did against Chelsea? He said this. We tried everything to win the game. But it's difficult playing team who has to chances score two goals, but didn't wanna play the game for me the authority on the pitch as the referee. When he's not there to try to check what he has to do on the pitch. It's difficult. They were trying to time ways from the first minute of the of the first half. And then it was antifa football. So it's difficult to play against. Well, there's not there's no such thing as onto until he footballers just different ways of playing the game. Also to was part of a Chelsea team. I believe was it last season to season before can't remember the win to Bernie turf moor and lost the game. You know and Bernie played exactly the same way. You know? I don't understand this this mentality. If you've got to be good enough to break them down. You can't complain afterwards. The other thing too. Okay. They're trying to play anti football. Hey, they scored two goals. Like if they're now granted it was in very. You're Chelsea you. You will allow them to score on on like hardly any opportunities. Yeah. How about just defend them? Out was this crying from players of Mony teams with well-heeled teams with lots of skillful players who play a certain way, and they they complain. Why don't you come to our stadium and just roll over? And let us take your belly. When is that ever happened? It's a great point, man. Now there were moments where I thought Chelsea played. Well, the run from Ruben Loftus cheek to then get the ball to Aden has are to then set up goal Kante. I was the first goal. I think that what is the way home anytime did hazard turned the defender and just leave him on the ground own believed. I mean that was that's what Chelsea can be by the way, the move for the Ingles was spectacular to some nice wound touch football and around the box. And it was as Quetta I believe who just rolled this back into his path. And he's just smashed it absolutely smashed it and then embrace the member of the crowd. So yeah, it was a chessy paid wetter times. What they're what makes the maddening? I don't think it's going to damage them though, considering that arsenal lost so much. I still. What it means is they didn't really like didn't get they could be in a nice position. But instead, it's it remains a toss up. Yeah. You're right. Really? It was only Tottenham that have taken advantage. So far JJ moving beyond the title raise the top for it bears mentioning the chain long. Did a thing yesterday that I could not even honestly believe I wasn't. I was watching Tottenham. So you know, as I'm scrolling through Twitter. I saw someone we tweeted well, I saw the game kicked off. And then I saw right away goal. Southampton one nil. And I thought like is this just a re tweet from like the last time they played somebody just trolling, right? And no he he here. Give it a listen. What's up six continue their own places in the Champions League? They wrote the lake a chance they reveal say long. Less than ten seconds seven point six nine seconds is what they're officially calling. It was such an it was an encapsulation of what he is. When he's out his best, he presses blocks the bowl. No the ball fell kindly for him. Then he just sprints in shown pace that he has. I think it was Cathcart he closed down. And then he just lifted over the goalkeeper perfectly. Yeah. Now, look when something like that happens, you people instinctually need to find blame like is Cathcart to blame is the keeper to blame. I don't know isn't that. Just great. It's it takes a wild bounce off long. Right. Kind of into his pad to fact that from minute one. He's in there pressing closing people down is is who he is. I remember back. Oh funny to hear you say that didn't he have this ethically? This the thing for him. I remember in twenty sixteen Jurgen Klopp was into the job just a few months. And there was this rumor that went out that they were looking at buying long from Southampton fans were why why why this is why because he runs he runs more than most players at that level. He closes down. He'd try the problem is he's not a polish finisher despite that goal on. He goes too long without scoring goals. JJ I have in front of me a ticking clock seven point six nine cents is ridiculous. I'm gonna ask you random question s you super mundane, easy simple questions. This isn't even trivia 'cause it's just like super easy stuff. Don't use never paper. Never do it that way. You're always hurt me. No. Because the goal here is just to see. Can you answer the easiest questions possible faster than sharing? All right. My back apparen-. Okay, ready? Here we go. Would you have for lunch yesterday chicken sandwich? Really? Are you just you know? All right. You know, you did it. That's got a clock that seven point six nine six. I was. Got a couple of. Well, what do you think is happening here? Oh, all right. Okay. Let's see ready. Can you tell me where your shirt and pants about the pants in pennies in Ireland about the shirt online? Just barely be. That was close. All right. It's like no time. I know he scores a goal. I have one more here for you. How old are your brother and sister thirty two thirty three thirty to thirty four. Sorry. Did it about health despair? Do we have any idea from where he won the ball like the sprint from there to to the goal from there until he scores the goal? That's it was just he et the field up. Yeah. I don't know how it was actually physically possible to do that that quickly. He's a few goals like three in his last five or something like that. So he's officially on fire on fire. Somebody tweeted the. The fire service of donor. Someone like that Shan long is on fire, and we're dealing with trying to think if there's one more super Mondaym, easy question. I could ask you are you watching game of thrones current, you are let's see what are the names of the two dragons, I don't know that one. Big dragon. John, tom. I thought the first the first episodes, by the way of game of thrones felt were the second one specifically since as good tying up. Loose ends in preparing for the March of the dead thought, it was the tension of all these people who've just believed this is their last night alive. Yeah. It was like there was darkness to it. But I I don't know. I really really enjoyed it the night before a Spurs game. I just sit around drinking wine. I get knighted. Oh such a good show him so sad. It's going to be over. Yeah. No, it's it's very enjoyable show. We have to do by the way for our when the in the week of the final episode. We're gonna have to do our game of thrones football cross you have predictions on who you think are going to make it and who are are gonna die. There's a twist in somewhere with with czar see that I can't put my finger on. The army of the I'm torn on everything what is the show is kind of based around this like unpredictability, I think Tyrian is is because he's talked so much about how this will be the end for him. I think Tyrians going to eat it. I think Jamie's Jamie's gonna eat it in Hurley fashion that leaves us with a good view of him. He has to save brand to make up for not that it really pushing the window right because he was having sex with his sister. He has to do something heroic. There's there's a lot of making up to do there. Yeah. I think so. Yeah on, but he's going to he's going to definitely I think he's gonna he's not gonna make it by the way. Did you see brand has gone to the way that that whole night ceremony? How happy she was to have gotten that moment. I feel like that was like her pinnacle and now she can die Janata Jimmy cold. Speaking of death. You know that Jamie, Lancaster, his his the actor that plays him is also big leads fan, and he inserted into his conversation. So Jimmy Kim he was on Jimmy Kimmel. And so what conversation his conversation? With Jimmy Kimmel two weeks ago. Jimmy Kimmel is trying to get out of him who about the king of the north and all this stuff, and he just starts going on about the Elza untold. Yeah. He he goes on about completely confuses him really, by the way, speaking of the walking the Walking Dead and the armies of the north the AMI of the north leads are blowing their chance, but they felt like they were right on the doorstep. All my God. They've lost Brentford. And then they lost before that too. I can't remember who was Andrew might have to go through the playoffs. This will be they are battle with the with the army of the dead. Let's see we're going to take a super quick break. JJ when we come back. We've got a mail bag. We've got what to watch for red cards man of the match don't go anywhere. Just the city junction of place installing these saw nays Friel the left hand side as LeRoy saw it. They shake. Reliving edges to cities to nil victory over United with Acis who are probably the biggest celebrity funds of much your city. Yeah. I think they were on the board of city for little Hoyle in in the late nineteenth. They played up man road. Does also a brilliant video of the league to sorry would have been division. One play-off actually, no division two play-off, which it's unbelievable to think that city were down there and the Gallaher brothers are at the game on their interviewed by sky true fans. The opposite obsessed with a saw Zack Ephron at the the new White Hart Lane. I think he was at arsenal also seen in an arsenal shirt wants. So I don't know what's going on. He will definitely be spotted at the pack prince wearing a PS g jersey next year. Feels like that feels like that let's say you have a mail bag. I do indeed asks you a soccer pot on the Twitter machine. Caught offside pod at gmaiLcom and caught offside ESPN on Instagram. Please follow us on Instagram. We want to see what to see you follow us there too. Because the hip kids do it, and we're not very hip Dray forever. Hey. Always love the pod JJ. You did well with your prediction from Champions League producing terrific high scoring game. What type of game? Do you foresee in the semi between Spurs versus I XE Barscelona versus Liverpool. Do you believe in a cough site Cup Champions League claimed God, what do you think? Spars an I X. Can't not see it being an exciting open game and digital the other one. Oh, no. This is a really entertaining last four here, you you you show doubt. I hate doing this. But you should expect goals in both ties. Yeah. Absolutely home will be the team that that should job. Yeah. I don't see any team here. Going into these games and thinking, okay, we're we're just going to defend the hell out of this. I don't think that's really in. Any of these teams personality? Zach Walder is talking about sala- I had to break the stone. And he contacted us on Instagram as well he slid into our DM's with this. I know he scored nineteen goals so far this season. But I think we all can say that when you've watched up player this year can be absolutely infuriating as he turns the ball over miss places passes all over the field and routinely. Mrs open teammates in better positions to score. And instead obsta to try and go to goal himself. I'm familiar with the motto shooters, gotta shoot. But sometimes maybe the shooter bass to Saudi Amman, Bobby for me. No, just my thoughts on wanted to get your take on everything earlier in the message. He it's jested move. Silence on. Oh my God. Yeah. Now that to me as a relative outsider to Liverpool that feels. Just so harsh. I can't even believe what I just heard. But I'll defer to you know, I think it's crazy. Absolutely crazy. I wouldn't do that at all there were times against Everton where I wished he had tried to shoot with his other foot and has his season being different. But I keep saying to you that you know, he couldn't match what last season was because it was the freak of season. He's not an oatmeal goalscorer either that from three operates as a three that's going to combine with different things. And by the way, saudi-omani for for a period as well during the season was missing chances was oftentimes we now he's going to go on to be one of the players of the season money. But for a couple years now, we've talked about how he Radic he can be. Yeah. I just I think I think look some of it. The way Liverpool play those guys see a lot of the ball. Right. Which increases the chances for them to make mistakes. All yet. They're not by the way, they're not deferring to someone as a centre forward. You know, they're all contributing goals and. They probably maybe there is a little bit agreed to Saleh's game. Since last season. He interviews. He's made him. So very aware that he's in this goals race with Sergio guero and Ryan, Starling and assists. And all those things he's aware of it, which is normal which is normal. But no, I am I am not a little bit more on him in what to watch for also not flattering. I'm not setting him. I'm not even hinting at that. But we'll get to it. Brandon by sir. I wanted to share a happy memory with you both that I recalled when the goal Cup draw was announced for this year on the night. The USA was eliminated from contention to take part in the World Cup. Boy, this is not starting with twenty seventeen Trent Trinidad and Tobago day. That was the first time I listened to your podcast in the middle of the night. I woke up not feeling well and usually turn to the local radio to listen to it as fell back to sleep. However on that night. I figured you're one our podcast about arguably the worst annual soccer's. Recent history was better to settle an upset stomach. I made it through about twenty minutes before falling asleep. The next morning. I started your podcast over again. And listen to the entire show detailing soccer in new way for me since that night. I do not believe I've missed an episode every meal like man of the match rate card, etc. Your podcast is become social routine for me thought I named a project about creating a formal request and feedback process for my company in honor of the mailbox because why not keep up the good work. And thank you for sharing soccer with us from the upper east side of New Jersey. That's Brandon the upper east side of New Jersey. I think he's trying to do a play on your true from the Upper West side of Manhattan. Kevin styles. Huddle measures going into battle divinely. Devante although Kevin Hayes ads. I was recently chastised for not being a true fan back in twenty seventeen. We're bad with the shot. Get lost their first in five matches. Sorry, they lost their first five matches. I watched their sixth win over Brigham glad back. I was captivated by the fans cheering so loudly. I didn't even realize they were singing to a sound system as they were so loud. They drowned it out. It was clear shock probably weren't making top four or even top six that year. But the fans still cheered. It was champ is the final coming from a family the passionately root for teams that are loveable losers more often than not this display touched me on a developed soft spot for Shalva I began to follow them slowly becoming a fine. I admitted as much to a longtime shock fan almost promptly chastised for not being a real fan. So I guess the question is is this a needless purity tests or as my finish. He is my affinity for them on war. Wanted in some way, tell them to go scrat-. Oh my God. Ridiculous. How he became a fine. As is not the issue when we were talking about the Lester bandwagon fan. He literally jumped on when they were in the middle of title race. This is a guy who is captivated by the fans by the lovable loser element by the you know, the the passion tell that go I go and take a hike. Yeah. That's even grown to feel bad about what we said about the Lester fan, I do too. But I never said he couldn't become a fan. I'm just saying there's reason for us to call him a bandwagon. His origin story is not it doesn't look great, no, Louis Korea. Hello boys, huge fan here. I'm also a big fan of the Michael cash show on this every chance I get. And I've never understood Michael K's absolute hatred of color commentators, stepping on the calls of the main commentators to me, it shows a level of motion and personality that proves that we're not just listening to robots I love it. How do you feel about it moments? Like Jared verse Olympia Cus are that much more special than hindsight. Because of that Connick. Among other moments. Anyway, keep up the great work Louis from Los Angeles. So that's Louis from without that, we wouldn't have this which is actually the seven seven years ago today this happened. Those seven years ago feels longer. Believable. That was Gary Neville stepping on over the sky commentator. Yeah. As long as it's not contrived. I agree with Lewis. And I rarely is it I can these big moments. When a color commentator, loses his mind, it's because the moment is so crazy. He loses his mind we have which this may end up in in one of our top five podcast moments. We have a railroad Houghton section which even Ray himself. Loved the section this them back to it. I do feel at times Ray wants to not smart step all over Phil Shane but doing Irish jig on fills belly. Like, he they're here for me. Phil. Yeah. Forget the Phil. Don't forget, I am the talent. He's like Gordon who's going down from the mountain on his slinging Goldens. Of all time. This interesting finally from Paul Dickson guys love you both and the pod. Remember last week? Andrew we played the path a newsreel of the Champions League semi final from nineteen sixty to the voice of pathway was Bob danvers Walker. Don't ask me how I remember from member Paul. Are you? He was also the voice on a nineteen sixties UK quiz show called take your pick. Hello. And welcome to write the classic British commentator, pre nineteen seventy Hello. And welcome to take your pick in which you take your pick contestants at the ready Jim from Shropshire. Boy, the way Paul is tip it here. Yes. Jimmy Greaves signed from AC Milan to Spurs. Right. He had being Chelsea after the double season the CIA that size. Right. I didn't even realize so he never played in the wwl team. He signed for nine thousand nine thousand nine hundred ninety nine pounds. He didn't want the pressure of being the first one hundred K player, I one hundred thousand pound transfer free. I did a little bit of research. It's even more interesting than that. This is from the telegraph in two thousand one the transfer of Jimmy Greaves from AC Menam to Tottenham Hotspur and sixty one for around one hundred thousand was considered to be sore delicate, I told him of currency exchange controls that the chancellor of the exchequer in England hat to sanction. It papers released by the Public Record Office show, the government of Harold Macmillan agreed to the transfer only because Britain's status as a net exporter of soccer talent meant that the country benefited from an unfetter transfer market the con. With today's market is marked last year. The premiership spent seventy five percent of its purchase money on foreign players who made up sixty percent of its new recruits. That's in two thousand and one who did this research you or him. No, no, soap. So Paul told me about the hundred K and was like. And there was an article from the telegraph from some years ago. Well, unbelievable unbelievable. Believable. That is your mailbag JJ. We've got what to watch for in just a sec bud before that I wanna tell you about cruiser o sip recruiter. I'll tell you what. Ed Woodward, should he use ZipRecruiter instead of just going with old Oli balls while so there's JJ that's it. Let's see hiring is challenging JJ. It is to get that guy back from Molda who's playing in a championship. That's lower than the Kazakhstani and as bourgeoisie championships and give him the mandate is job. There's one place. You can go were hiring a simple, fast and smart place. We're growing businesses connect qualified candidates. That place is ZipRecruiter dot com slash offside. That's right. That's us. Ziprecruiter sends your job to over a hundred of the web's leading job boards, but they don't stop there. No, no, no. With their powerful matching technology. 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So flattering terms this past week in the wake of last game. There's been a rejuvenation in Sala diving Scott like of all the dives. That's all this probably done this season. This one is the rejuvenation what a load of on not making it up. I'm just a vessel to deliver. The message your vessel working for Neil Warnock because what he says Moore war. No, he is. He is a trick. I cannot believe my turn on him in the last few months. Did you see his are cast face on the sideline when the penalty was give saris to Yang offsides? He didn't know. He was I love that. Like, it's so funny to be he said this about solid diving. I think the end of it was a nine point nine Tom daily job, Tom Daley's famous diver. I know Tom is not I'm not talking to you. I don't think he could have got much higher off the diving board at the end of it. I'm sure you'll be saying we're knocks moaning so. And so once again, he knows like he's so self aware, which is hilarious to me. He knows what he knows that. He's just this old man yelling at clouds, and he's leading to what I'm going all in on that I've shown you the footage. He wasn't old man yelling at clothes. Hey, hey, you deserve that you deserve that. Right. One of my favorite moments in manager history. Believable to gold the players as they go off the field. I don't think I could play for him. Oh, I think it will be tremendous phone. He would create a such an also against the world mentor. I guess that that is true for for for a wound footed plotter like you you'd slot right into his team Sala, though. What Andrew did you see the incident? I'm gonna ask, you know. Here's did you see the incident did and Marson has his arms round him right now. Just solid dive at the end. Yes. But the referee gives Morrison all day to release him from his from his bare grip. I ne- never. So it's it's like if you want to argue the point solid just goes, I might as well hear what I was going to say was both things can be true. Right. It can be a penalty and dies on all asleep. The more you learn. But he does have a problem and it needs to be addressed Saturday. Seven thirty AM Tottenham in West Ham, West Ham, kinda made a habit of spoiling big Tottenham moments in the last few years because they hate you. They certainly do. There's no denying that. They knocked knock Spurs out of the FA Cup. They were the team that officially ended even though Tottenham were never going to win that title two years ago against Chelsea West Ham was the team that officially ended. It Ronald Marson scored against you enjoying the Sam Allardyce era. That's not even mentioned the the lasagna game. Yeah. So there are reasons for some nerves heading into this now like I said thank y'all ever eat lasagna after he wasn't afflicted was he no. But do you think just the whole connotations ruined lasagna for him? Yeah. Not making the champion. Shame. If there was ever like Doritos gate. I don't know what I would do. I heard Robbie Keane gets offered lasagna and runs out of the restaurant screaming. I don't blame them. There should really be ESPN thirty for thirty on lasagna gate. I think it's that interest. Thing. Maybe an e sixty short. All right. We'll start with that. We'll negotiate Saturday ten AM Fulham and Cardiff City Cardiff right now sit in the relegation-zone three points behind Brighton really more like three and a half because of goal difference. So this is we're kind of entering must win territory now, especially when you look at who the opponent and Fulham decided to start playing little bit lately, you know, win the odd game. Yeah. I know. I'm starting to wonder like our guys are there guys who are trying to prove that they still belong in the Premier League that are like auditioning for for jobs because we're going to have you know, they're going to sell peop-. Sure, I'm sure there's that's part of it. I'm also thinking that there's some that are there that realize they're going to be in the championship next season would like to be at the club that they're already at which has good chance going back up. There's also this. Scott Parker affect who is just he's like an EMMY five secret agent is definitely more of a World War Two fighter pilot. Yeah. Clean-cut definitely. With a with a haircut. You could set your watch to liked him. Let's see Saturday twelve thirty Brighton and Newcastle. Breitner the team battling Cardiff right now in that final relegation spot. They are in the midst of freefall haven't won in the league since March ninth. But there's more that is also the last time they scored a goal seven straight EPL games without scoring think. Maybe the culprit took their oil off the ball of it. All right. That's as good of guesses any. I don't know. I mean, this is just like Chris Huhne? What is what is happening? Yeah. We thought card if we're pretty much dead and gone. But that is not the case Brighton. Have brought card if back into this race. So they face Newcastle. Who by the way, just won back to back games? They're up to thirteenth in the table. Tough. News Miguel Merlin done for the season handsome injury questionable for COPA. America. Looked very he was grimacing in pain as he went off. Look who's in tears now. I don't know that there are stats necessarily the kind of capture what his impact has been really isn't Astle. But here's the because he hasn't scored a goal, and I don't even know if he fishery has contributed system, but when you talk to people who support Newcastle when you look at kind of Newcastle Twitter, they won't they'll make it sound like his impact has been integral as a nice guy smileys. Embrace the crowd, and he really works hard. So they love that. But it's way too soon to judge yet into primarily, I think I think I think part of it is that he's their record signing on. They want him to do. Well, yeah, that's a large part of an it's also coincided with Ozzy Peres hitting a lot of form. I mean, he's the gym. If people wanna talk about the gym, he's the hired work. He's been bodyman of wrath his team. Yeah. Now, I will say this before Elmore on the season Newcastle had six wins six draws thirteen losses. Thirteen losses since Elmer on five wins two draws three losses. It's a different team. Do you know that at this point known the season? They have the exact same record as last season. Not only do they have the exact same wins and losses. They have the exact same goal. Difference goals scored goals against how is this possible. I wonder if this is just their ceiling if they're going to just be what like this under Mike. Ashley, you know, will they'll just kinda like float around with? And lack lack of signings. It's better than relegation, of course. But if you're a new castle fan, are you what do you mean? What do you mean, if you're Nukus if your wrath of Benitez, he wants to do better they've got back from this summer are I think he should leave. He's the chance to build something. They're amazing if the board would just walk with him. Yeah. Sunday, seven AM another away fixture for arsenal. They go to Leicester City arsenal. In the midst of this rough patch clearly losing back to back games. Like you said, maybe they have an eye on what's happening the rope elite as well Sunday night. Oh, five AM Burnley. Manchester City wanted to ask you we didn't mention this before and talking about city rain, sterling made some comments about racism in football. I think it was skysports. He was talking to any suggested nine point deduction to clubs whose fans are found to have been making racist chance. I mean. It's certainly something that should be considered. I don't think a lot of ideas should be off the table right now considering the Hobart things of of gotten people trying to obstacle at the point by saying, oh, a look what is somebody goes into a ground and deliberately says something to get another team. I wouldn't put it past certain animal fans to be that way wouldn't. Look this spirit of what he's talking about that this. Of course, this could materially harm team is what I like about it. It's a genuine punitive measure, and really civilized society. Can't believe it's come to this particular Sunday eleven thirty Manchester United and Chelsea to clubs battling right now for a top four spot. Chelsea currently occupy the fourth spot. Brutal blow though for them and more. So for the player himself Callum Hudson door who now finally seems to be getting his chance. Sorry is starting to play him playing decently. Well, and then he ruptured his achilles. And he's done for the year. Almost entirely meet means that it seals his fate somewhat that he is going to be a Chelsea next season. It's not going to be the case where it will. You're gonna give me guarantees that. I'll play it's like you have to rehab combeback. Nobody's buying them in in the current condition. He'd be in though. So it's it's a shampoo. Yeah. Really unfortunate. Let's see JJ MLS Saturday five pm Vancouver and Philadelphia. I'm starting to wonder if we underestimated the union a little bit we thought, oh, Marco Fabien. What does that signing Doria? What's he going to be an all the sudden, they look I mean, they look great April. Andrew we. So we just shouldn't analyze we shouldn't talk about it. No. All right. No, no red card. Let's go. You know, if you want me to say underestimate the union, obviously. So so far so good for them. We do a whole week call jump to conclusions. We know but people haven't got that either. Like, you got DC United. That's the point will the point isn't to get stuff raw. My God dryer be right point is jump to a wild conclusion. See what happens? It's fun. Let's see Saturday six pm, Atlanta and colora-. Bado in Atlanta losing again. I've more thoughts on this than I do for the view to be honest with you, okay? Do you asked in the rundown? What is going on with Atlanta? Let's start with the basics open till his penalty versus Dallas. I couldn't believe this Joseph mar at the weekend. Joseph Martinez was over seven hours without a goal. That's that's problem. Number one. Now, why might be happening? First of all look at the defending in transition on the break from Atlanta on both the Ferrera and cost to goals. It's just HARA firing them to time and space that that that those players had to score for Dallas. Also, Atlanta are no. And this is the thing for me there. No passing possession team rather than a lightning-quick counterattacking team. That's got to be affected Martinez numbers. That's not who they are how they became a success unto bore has got to realize that you want hear this that Andrew six hundred passes seventy two percent possession at home for Atlanta. Not great. If you're matches your city or Barcelona for Atlanta. The way they play. It's absolutely stifling. It's stifling. Now, look Barikot hits the post that one goes in. We're having a different conversation. But. That's it. They dominated the game. They passed, but it's a much more methodical and slow process for Lantana. And that's gotta change about the Elmer on effect. I just told you Newcastle's record since he arrived. Why would you not just with the grit knowledge of the game that I've just dropped for you? You just wanna put it down to one guy. I I actually agree with you. That's probably part of it. But to bore is boring them Sunday one thirty Minnesota and affirmation DC United DC as many teams are a lot of midweek action. Actually, we put the heck's on them. Well, well, well, I did they're still in I in the east now they games already played eight everyone else's played six. Of course. Nuts DC inaction right now. Like, I said a lot of teams are there up one nil currently on Columbus. So by the time, you're hearing this. I don't know if I wanna go to deep on criticizing them, but they were poor against then why CFC NYC themselves aren't grid. So well NYC. Might be better than we thought. They were going to be. They're scoring goals. I think a little easier than what we thought was going to be the case for them matriochka starting to. Yes. And they're gone and their new signing gold at the weekend as well. Hey, it's very early. Their turnaround Sunday three thirty Seattle. Sounders L AFC probably your Marquis game in the weekend. I'd say maybe a statement didn't they just play just play and it didn't go. Well, they met last Sunday LA smashed them for one however, however role. Redeem as MRs third straight game with an injury contusion. Chad Marshall missed the game when the inflammation will Bruin missed the game with a hamstring injury. So they are ravaged right now, we'll see who's able to play in this one on fortunate because this could be such a fun match up. These two teams meeting to the best in the west right now Seattle or kind of shell of what they really are. So I wanna call statement game. But it's a might be a little bit unfair to judge them truly probably a bit early for that. Let's see JJ. Let's let's do this red card. You wanna go first? Yes. Gary Neville, Andrew. Can you play what Gary Neville said at the weekend after United thumping go to some park owned? That's bringing Gary Neville who. If you remember was saying his blood was boiling be full the match today so temperature now Gary. Furious to build this. He's out to go over to Paula jobs for the I've often said clubs over last seven days, if you've got weeds in the garden, and you get rid of some Japanese not we football club tuck in the foundations of the house that needs daily with properly the idea that all day a few weeks ago, set the Josie Marino the funds with him to the amounts at the end thing they want. Sola shy out, but don't to no-go sold shy those plays now, well and truly heads on the line. Okay. So interesting. Can you play what Gary never said after United nocco PS G three adequate questions for you? How would you like you come juts? What would you sell light to be on? Why would you let the statue? Funhouse ignite. Okay. This is Gary Neville earlier today. So, but what over forty eight hours since the hammering at Goodison in like this for eleven is more or less next slide enough through next just this pilots this we saw eleven years change. He was a lot nicer than this will be around. Right. Good friends. You would say eleven years together. Here's the problem. So when when all the Goeller socia- on when United we're putting performances in winning in Europe. It was about only gore sold share when now that they're not doing that. It's about the players and only slow shares shouldn't have to the fans like there's here's the problem. Gary Neville, especially in the world of Ed Woodward, who we know from what's been written into papers loves headlines wants there to be a good mood and his worried about what the media says, we know that Gary Neville commands a lot of power respect in those circles. And what what concerns me here is this Andrew he can't just pick and choose. No, he's got to criticize Saul Cher for these results. You can't just say that it was sold. Shares affect that one them those games. But when they lose it wasn't third the same players. So what's change? Now. I don't believe in absolve in the players entirety from bland. But I have to ask questions about soldiers co. Coaching? We heard today that he took them to Carrington the former old Manchester United haunt where they used to train. Why did he bring him there? So that the goal of George Best would inhabit their bodies and inspire them to beat Manchester City. I just think Gary Neville is too close to this. No he's too close to the manager. And actually, there's a support system in the media. No for Sasha that Josie Marino never had an often complained about. I don't think this is good never got to be even haunted here that is not even handed. What you're saying? You've got to address what the managers don't. Ultimately, if it was if it was he that came into the club and changed everything then he has to take responsibility for the vehicle at the weekend. That's how it works. You can't pick and choose. It's so interested a fair point. However, it is kind of like what Gary Neville, saying is not all that much different than what you and I were saying earlier that this team is just like the manager. Almost doesn't matter right now. Just not definitely that. He has to get rid of. Yeah. But that's kinda would never say, though, it's not these are the same players that pulled out these grit results that got him the job. What has changed dot is question is he tactically good enough? Is he capable of putting out different teams to to meet different opposition? That's the question. I think we're discovering that he's not on. Also, the fact that he's got an I, you know, such an ally in the national broadcast media in England. That's that's an advantage to him to uncertainly in the eyes of Edward. Let's see my red card JJ is New England Revolution forwards. I saw a stat for Matthew Doyle on Twitter that I couldn't even believe here. It is. He tweeted this during the New England New York red bulls match he said teal Bunbury just put a shot on goal in the fifty fifth minute for the revs against the rebels. It's the first shot on goal by revs center forward this year. Six hundred eighty five minutes about eleven and a half. Hours mother of God. Now the reds actually won the game. One nil. Thanks to a Christian goal in the seventy third minute. Not surprisingly it broke a goalless streak for the club of two hundred and eighty one minutes wild. So I feel bad making them kinda my red card in a match what that they won. But God for your center forwards to go eleven and a half hours with we're not saying without scoring a goal. We're saying without having a shot on target. That's unbelievable. You gotta feel remember last year we talked about if you've got face, but you stayed at the same skill level and your inserted into a primarily game. How many goals you score? And you played the full ninety every answer zero. For you to. I think it hit the target though. Well, maybe but the answer is hero caught off sides man of the match. What you got my man of the match is also from MLS? Ten goals through nine games. Andrew, which seems just ridiculous figure also contributing five assists meanings directly factored into fifteen of NFC's twenty five goals at sixty percent. Karla Faye is having season where it's being debated by Hercules Gomez of ESPN FC. Whether he's cruising are non he also player that for as much as he does. Well, he kind of goes in coast through games flow to pick and choose as went, and he's still very effective, and I'll give you a few examples. Gatos Vela scored a goal and three assists versus Portland, and I called that game for the board of this. And I remember thinking after this game that was a poor performance from Carlos Vela that was sub par from God Little's villa any scored a goal and three assists. So he's kind of coasting through this league. At this moment. I don't think Elliot c or Carlos Vela are quite as good. As we make him out to be at this moment. But Gatos valley is no doubt playing at another level than everybody else in Major League Soccer. That was a couple of weeks ago. What is what is he saying right now, Andrew he is fire in the way, the best player and MLS? And I'm not sure that he's Colston. I think he's he's cruising. I couldn't tell almost if that's if what Hercules Gomez is complimenting him or insulting. I think he doesn't know what to do. He thinks that he can play at a higher level. Basically. It is a compliment. Yeah. That this guy has dominating. And we're not even seeing the best from him. This is goal against Seattle outside of the booth. Just a beautiful goal. I guess Alexi cables fail. The creek kitchen. John stroz, not kidding. Really wasn't incredible. I touch from Baylor. Because the while the pass was perfect a lot of pace to it. And it was in Tykwer for valid right foot controls it on the right foot. Wasn't it? And then smashes home at the left. Yeah. I think so just the finish this. What's wrote me? Yeah. It's one of those questions we asked before which Vinko aren't they just like to good for the league? No come on. That's ridiculous. Okay. Then fine. Let's ask that about you know, when when mo- Sala last year or like, you know, when what messy is doing in the league. Maybe those guys too good for their leagues. Like, we can't just have great players and unelected. They have to be at bothers me. See? All right. Just ask the question. I don't care for the question. And I don't really care for the person that asked it. Wow. Men in the match for me. Jay, not listening. No. You don't care from. I'm going to get a believe PS g oh my. Emoting can finally breathe a sigh of relief they beat Monaco on Sunday to win league. Although they actually won the league earlier in the day when Leo failed to win against to loose second straight league, title PS g six in the last seven years. They've now one eight titles in their history. Just two behind Marseille and sent at ten for the most of all time baba had a hat trick in the win. He's now got thirty goals in twenty seven league matches this year. They'll face Ren this Saturday in the coupe defrost final going for the double neymars back Vanni and de marina also fit once again be a massive surprise. I think to everyone should they not go on and get that double even with that season. I don't think can be looked at as a success. Because of the Champions League and co man of the match, I guess you could say event is also sharing them Linko with ES g well, I'm trying to give some credit to the clubs that won titles this past weekend wrong with you eight straight titles for you. They are you kidding me? They came back from a goal down against fiorentina to one to do it. In addition to that, obviously being a team chief -ment so also historic achievement for Rinaldo. He becomes the first player to win titles in the Premier League, LA alita and Syria. Rinaldo also reportedly has wasted little time in telling the club who he'd now liked them to sign. Have you seen his list? He provided a list of six players that he that. He would like he wants Veron former team minute realme drid. He wants Iskoe. Also, former teammate it Real Madrid. He wants coast us Manolas the Greek centreback from Roma he wants ten gay in bele Leon midfielder. Who I guess is impressed in the Champions League. Federico keesa twenty one year old fiorentina midfielder like him. He wants and also Zhao Felix nineteen year old Ben fica attacking midfielder. And I mean once you save Iran and is school. You're already gonna be in financial fairplay this money. You're right L D Agnelli's will pay for it. Will you're going to have to offload somebody. And I don't know who I mean, I would look at much for Emory Chan plays the tweet it won't be. Then it has to be somebody value. I look at that. Alessia? Absolutely. That's the first name that comes to mind for me. So there you go I would have had Barcelona on here, but they've been made to wait. Because at let it go Madrid did wind today. Three two they scored an eighth minute winner against it was Valencia that they played today. I don't remember exactly, but they won three two. And so that delays the essentially the inevitable. So the next time we do this podcast. I'll probably be annoying Barcelona's. My man of the match you you mentioned Monica there PS g and the rumors about Tyrian rejoining rejoining rebels as their head coach. Yeah. Snuck nine rentals are denying it adamantly. But I don't know. Sometimes we're there smoke there's fire, but we'll see ready. What are you doing this weekend? Nothing. It's not an answer. Go bowling is that real numb Smith out by actually would like to shame on just scored couldn't even tell you what you were doing this weekend without lying in the amount of time. It's Shane long the score a goal. Unbelievable. Just well, hey, this was fun, my friend. I do want to tell everybody once again to check out laughter. Permitted with Julie Foudy podcast at ESPN. You can find it wherever you get your podcast. I tunes apple pod center, all those places. So check it out because it's I've been listening. It's really fun, honestly, the laughter's permitted. I would hope so. So there you go, man. We'll be back. When do you think, I guess, it's TB? Well next week. We'll have to see what happens this weekend. If things happen this weekend. We have to Monday potus. Not nice actually next week. We need guests on that a guest in a while. Let's fun ghost on. We haven't had a guest in about three weeks. I would say that. Unless you count your says as a guest on vacation. I don't. Obviously. No, all right, fine. Let's do something fun on Monday. Let's let's have a fun time talking to other people that aren't doing me fun permitted. Yes. Will hey, this was fun to you. I say sealer man, take care. Listening to KADO side soccer podcast.

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Lies Next Door (Feat. Guys Next Door Podcast)

The Brilliant Idiots

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Lies Next Door (Feat. Guys Next Door Podcast)

"Yep Salman Brilliant Idiots Andrew shots go andrew adding Russian the Australia Australia but today show is brought to you by blue. We got some guests. We're GONNA get to that in one second but today's Today's episode is brought to you by blue e CIGS okay now. Look this product contains nicotine. I gotTa let you know that off. The Bat. Nicotine is an addictive chemical but I think that's the reason you're actually using using these things right and it's not for sale to minors okay satisfying yet simple no fuss no fuss with refilling liquids just choose from arranger flavors popping liquid quick pod and my blue goes all day okay fine my blue in a store near you are online my blue dot com website restricted to adults twenty-one also bring it is brought to you by NBA Two K. Twenty. This isn't a game. This is the place the game comes to learn with the next level graphics game play play control and customization. NBA Two K. Twenty continues to redefine was possible in sports. 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Last time was not Malvo's Taylor's for we address. That looks bad backup on it was Taylor for member. I hit you like I said we all in town. We can make Michelle after you said hit Taylor. I tell it tell us that I'm I'm a hit you and let you know no by texting in Jim now text me while I was in the gym and was like you still come in a hit back three. I didn't think I was around the corner from here Ryan he was he was he went guy. Anti Matt Mack Devil wanting to tape. I remember saying mouse where Ryan and you said to me. Hey go to renowned ambience. They gotta go solo say to me miles in when I they can't get to three have flu glad to be mom man. I want to begin with Takashi even know that it's maybe individual is provided great content this week the social media over his fast. I haven't really been able to see anything having okay. You know really all right. Now is not what Takashi did suit. He saw everything total every workout. Look look I like you speak about one thing you not about that life easy to say that man and you know I saw I'll watching watches state of the coach at I saw k Williams going at it until you really should not be trying to go back into Jim after you have given that type already offered this couch while she's giving people advice tips hotter fucking snitch. I'm telling you how to get to see because he is active. Ah No timing like fuck you throw sucking Dole nothing if you can't do no time and you don't do those no no no you do damage already in right. I mean don't do nothing periods they law abiding citizen and we all know that feasible because people who that never committed harm their lives and they're not able to in the face with the decision I snitch or should I do the time don't do that. You have to feel like when it comes to. That's what you just don't do nothing either. One of them were wrong. I thought it was just different. PERSPEC- avenues wrong haven't even attorney so everyone just speaking from the perspective of if this is my client defendant but you still got it he honest but my client so you have to say my clients Iraq this is what I would desire to help my client rat. Don't don't try and paint as anything else I don't think she did. She says she says you wouldn't encourage any of her clients to do that but if that was the last resort and that's what they wanted to do she would say this is how it should be yeah. How many how many cases Ebony Moore I have new ideas? He's actually tried. I don't know anything about this. I know I'm not gonNa tell you to answer those questions but she is very knowledgeable. When it comes so this locked up yes because they it probably wouldn't have done some more time to learn all that shit they would've told Tony Ruby saying makes a lot of listen? We're not GONNA sit here and act like some of the hardest most gates thanks to motherfuckers didn't turn right that they don't like I get it the hardest Nigga turn rat so guess what order harsher Harvey doesn't I like. KANTER said it like I think it was eighty. Don't y'all confused real negative you've confused a killer for real negative the same mega that careless the square long like just is a killer or is perceived to be tough that don't mean here stand up Nigga think about that though we talk we say if you don't want to if you don't WanNA end up writing don't commit crimes no just being a murder. Nobody it don't matter being mean if you if you're going to be a man or the way and if you rat that is a big knock against you don't exist because it means. There's a certain entirely you'll break. You know you have a breaking point. Don't do it. It's funny. We was just having in this conversation with somebody like I was having this conversation with just days ago and this is one of the most I was. I said if you're in this if you're in that lifestyle and you know you like your around that it's kind of an unspoken rule like even even mobs like what is that the it is. You can't play but you get into the life got a whole bunch of that. Go against the grain. It's still you you going against the grain ninety five percent to go against the grain and we act like it is a way of life four or five percent but I feel like that's because this all boils down onto what we say we had before if you not what to like this gang gang member and don't have to be a tough guy you you could be a gang member like this is more about community at the at the addition more about community posted in it is about all I'm super top this mad gang members. They don't of all colors blue red. Whatever that didn't go to school edmonston naked diet put everybody in place just what we need? We don't need a punching goes out here doing a whole bunch of eventually tell on everybody's with the Shit's until they're faced with a situation where they may be in for a long time getting the shit pushed in today pushed that two pieces pieces of chicken and a biscuit in your face saying everybody holds episode I forty eight is it. We call it furnace hearth show one episode without somebody telling Elena somebody seen negative naked mother white obviously killed almost got away with it like the niggle almost got away with it like this. I forty two months to get thrown out so it was like it was the first forty eight was up in the first ten minutes. They may get killed his mom. They all circumstance against this negative had no physical evidenced get to nick could not put on had him on video going to mother's hotel room coming back. We'll have bags in her call. She's not there. He tried to transfer bread from her account to head after she was dead. They had no way of proving Abbadi. Nothing they put a track on this call. Disney would not go no with two months isn't a go ooh to visit the campsite daughter the gravesite and that's how they quoted as much later to go visit his mom and for some look on a very very aw man. I thought you owned worse than these like. I'll be watching shit hoping to bag. I get away so the whole time on my hope. I'm at the point in my life white back everybody if you I washy like that killing your mom and all that that's that's the one I would not say this minimum business sending nobody's business he always always retail business but dick. Gregory is an an amazing person. You know mom link some some psychopathic shit like from social gotta be him back is even in crazy type of not kill two zero nine unless you go that you you. You should not have a they have been revoked what she's done it does when you got a lot of this the silent way back just to make sure she was still buried. Conduct Earth changes like the body came. I'm six foot grade I definitely but it was like like in life the way attempting he wasn't he wasn't he was never gonNA get caught if he didn't go back. He was never going to be on if he didn't get caught I I I never saw that episode. It has got washed you think he knew you'd like not in any way cameras. I've got a couple of episodes we have not seen and I voted with somebody to get away and they just don't WanNa Eric not content not air the air. I've seen an episode but they don't ever find like like because they never do. They never do the trials. No more like they come out with your first forty eight years determine a trial series but I got that Shit was adult. Maybe got got dragged down. I don't WanNa see so many negative snus like all right. No that's what you watch but you don't want to see the trial Paul. You didn't want to make it to to ask but I got this neutral greenbaum few his mother Johnny on Thirty Starve you out that you remember the old black lady that she got everybody a snitch on. I think she was from like Louisiana design. Everybody like listen now. I'm a call your Mama. Some of them did it. I would have bought the rights to six nine hall. You know what what what if when that person who I don't know what if when he come home he becomes executive producer now. I don't want to give too much money. Forgot it Max six nine pop when you come on. He's better looking he might he might oh come on and be armed as as as much as he singing on that stand he might as well be on film. I and you know who des. I think they can get those tattoos. Removing the winners pricing like South Dakota missile. y'All acting like Sammy. The bull does make a told on a bunch of Niggers Eggers from Brooklyn. Nobody gives a fuck about while you gotTA. Keep it but he's not gonNA. He's a battle to Bro. He's going back to Jersey so the multi-million has released mad records even more money and he's going to hire the same security he had when he was a wild for respect. I'm telling you not going to be different. You'll have no. You're not having money for security. That's GONNA show y'all are beyond confused. Six still got money. Yes hell no not all six now. Money is going to legal bet money that bet money he'd be Lien's nine ain't got no money he didn't he he wasn't out that long to make money his whole album list streaming number one streams point he he was assigned to he wasn't another so there's money grew homeland but he said half a half a half or more than half of his money winter a notch. They showed his bank account. It was nasty noticed. It was like six seven thousand like that. He's only been out fully come a year ear. He come home just know when he come home. Nothing's going to happen to them. We're not in Asia aggressive. knoll negative Alpo lives in and hall. That's all I'M GONNA say. Bro albo lives in Harlem not underneath any different name. He looked at all of them died normal because nobody wants to go to jail for killing the snake. It's all because of the day ratted on her in prison. The only people these mother fuckers time discreet you just like he riding. I'm not Bruin my life killing this guy for somebody. That's already locked or the next I would animal everybody. Just WanNa look tough. Everybody want to tell everybody just won't look up to but they're still awesome nine out here so they not gonNa do nothing to him saying if they was willing and able to shoot at chief Keith somebody he commits chief Keith like you're talking about. I it'd be attempts to happen. I don't think so it's a spotlight on him. If you do when you're going down and you know you're gonNa tell on you so I ask Jerome on member that Aub la that nick is going right to your crib point yeah yeah. I don't think nothing's GonNa Happen to me but you think he's still gonNA make music guys. It's definitely still going to be his fanbase tough his family's little white and Mexican kids don't give a shit. They don't care about none of this. Your Brain Avella points. This is all the way and actually scares scares me it. It terrifies me that this is the way that how how long did you get pick her up. Hold on the street. He's moonwalking as soon as as soon as it's done. He's twenty twenty. He's moving to get time served. If you'RE GONNA take another year they just GonNa let him out. He's getting note at the at the end of the shit at the after the Latin against sentence that negative moonwalking out to Jim Jesus. It's Nasty Work Shouf didn't first song be called more walking in the first five for you might just be might sample Michael Jackson beat. That'd be beat your he's going to be good embraces. It braces rabbit is not the first embrace embrace it true. Okay listen I don't. I don't think that I don't think that I don't think dead. I think I think that six nine. I don't think it should be surprised about what we saw six nine. No absolutely this is the lesson isn't that all kitchen Moremi did say she was like Oh. If you go being situation like like if you not about this life don't commit crimes six dollars a prime example of a person who should not committing crimes but also more importantly nine tracing even had him around and she that's the fat but this is what I keep telling what what we've been saying Oh Jeez not Dan yeah no more bread so they seeing seeing money play my mad no but a new get stay nine Hewitt he would tell if he got caught anyway. Honestly I think they would make body gangster and then expect them to stand up at the you know not paying attention. I don't thing there's paying attention to that. They was paying attention to the bread Yeah Yep and I think that the idea gangster wasn't like the perception was given off the people via social media. I don't I don't think they saw that and not seen it wasn't putting into work though also thought he was never going to get caught and Lord have mercy. I don't know how you could think that at all. None of this would ever happen if that situation to happen you. It's a it's an ongoing case. Why won't be talking about a great way? We've got we got. We got kidnap. None of this happens if you don't get kidnapped Nah. They've been watching entree for five years. They said none of them but they didn't have nobody to turn watch data feds if they've been watching for four years you know the time happened. They flip him. They flipped yeah. It was over that you never video was wow ice ice came for the driving avenue. Here's going to deport him and then he flipped. It was like I'm GONNA keep driving. If I stay here you can't even understand when when he talks and and I'm the worst talks awesome we know that right on Lake so you think that the kidnapping case we'll call it everything winging it is. I don't think they me personally. I don't think the feds had anything did they would have something for four years. They would've took new. They don't have they don't have anybody. That's that far far inside like that. Boy was to flip once you flip Dan he is inside that is like you got the whole Taylor. That's like if if the other station wanted inside Information Flip Taylor the Msci Damn tell you Takashi now not tell. Can you tell tell us from Philly. She makes me feel she tougher nickname copy on love. They call really that's. Why don't we why don't you if that's not why they stay? Take note saying why somebody I gotTa tell us the podcast on Komo more than the the Wad Mukasey kidnapping offered this update Dick that was great. Wait what's Shit on Stop don't ever heard anything doc. You did say that broke yes he. Did you only watch the bulk audibly clips inaudible say when you said that but if you listen you can't listen Stugotz we do a good job. Lee Down terrible tasks job the wall a lot of trouble being on a podcast with mouse. No no right right yeah. I'm just mousy. What the fuck they nose you? Oh No I don't I don't I really don't get into that much trouble. I which is funny because the the people that just don't listen got you got you until they realize mcdonagh podcast then they'll start to listen and be like why are you sitting next to the mousy bringing you brandon right now like that because of your rhetoric fucking yeah you're gonNA cover reboot the foot absurd they they were supposed to be doing swell thought they said he was part of the definitely definitely not no definitely not no offense by touch that they say that they do solemnly not bushing they did say that Matt was a part of it and then They'll put me not reboot so thought the MAC from New York four months ago race kneeled undercover reporters like Oh Shit uh-huh one day take one or go to undercover. Nobody not going under the covers with nobody from working with nobody it'll right now would you do you will be gaining on you begin to show in a show like not the movie show Lake like six seasons. Probably it's too long. That's a Lotta also six movie. I think it would it would depend on the roll like if it it has like if it would have to be actually what namic correct what if the wire came back right and Michael Lee is really the new on Omar Omar. It'd be a great role to play that'd be fine. I wonder what nobody ever trip. Though first of all we've gotten way more homophobic. Nobody over the years 'cause way more Salat. Greatest actors had had had a doodle well Smith. I think it was the Knicks Kissing only my only my man's Denzel. He doesn't not even thinking about what you think about like limit color when they used to do eh quoted earlier. We never listened to them. Lyrics like Oh big Weiland Negga set my Nigga saying Oh Nixon was saying allow dreams used to come on palm too. I remember the first time I heard that like this which I was listening to but but no-one over the past couple of years pause game ever since back up things but a society zone he's question birthplace yes but yes you're absolutely listen. Charles all fucked up the game. No Autumn definitely started the pause game boy said they starts mentioned it is we have far gone burbs club this weekend. It is weird how people glorify horrify those Harlem crime bosses could a lot of them absolutely right it. Everybody Guy Fisher told preacher toll rang Lewke the Frank Lucas Dole a toll while easy in in real life. The person that plays the person at age was based on he told Easy Alpo out they ritual told but you know recipes rich porter Everybody and I just wonder why their story because he died he. Would you say you said that once you get cost niches and everything's rate everything's a race so why are we telling their stories. I don't know that's a great question which I don't know kids paid in full must be saying stuff like this is weird to me to as he's not because I don't like nothing at Glorifies Ryan Nichols Walk around wind paid in full serve Nigga walk around with shirt it will at least in New York the Knicks walk around with that black shirt that got on a face on it he told also you mean okay. He thought toll you're not saying that. The movie was whack him anyway but I don't like it because you are putting this in either you've set up like they did not tell naked on twitter calling himself as sneakers on twitter calling himself. ooh I'm such and such gold Saint Patrick. He told like every show up now such guy aw I was I was I was like I mean I. I guess you're right. I think the biggest but I think the only thing is that the stories stories are still stories. people people people people people latched onto stories that you know the actual person in a lot of times what they do not kinda falls to the wayside but the stories the the mythos of of a story you kind of fall in love it so I guess you gotTa love like the rise in the fall right right. I'm not what I like. I love American Games as a movie but the two main characters the two is to as police in Iraq like that that for me that crazy problems police officer he's looking to he. He's talking about the actual person like he wouldn't be friends with him and I get it but as far as the movies movies go movie. I love American gangster movie but you're not GonNa hear me. I'm not GONNA wear shirt. I don't want you to be next to be watching movies talking about not just thinking ahead wild mouse close and the two different species super-busy told on things yeah everybody everybody that is worth. I think it is based on the stories because we love we love to rise and we loved the fall like you look paying a phone. Numbers loved that movie but it's classic Niggers told one person no both Tunisia toll as e told a toll as Vogel reason now the the hottest months because this was this was a conversation that was having what is a good reason to. There's no good reason to tell if you ain't a life force them. Let's keep you pay per second intaking. Okay he's twice. I didn't know the I will go back double full Rico Yeah Right. He knew he killed his man. Yeah stall his you know Rico already a Nigga then do he told on was undercover. Look set him up with undercover police right so I don't see a problem one the police he didn't tell them is connect. It don't matter who you telling you towel he told on somebody did something so found his man don't tell a head for his mind. He didn't actually know for affect those yes. He did. Yes yes he did he did. He said that he said that in the book. I'm looking at the movie. He said demanding that either the stick up kids. It's either say it turns out that the MIC is defin- either way. He knew that he was gonNA in bad he really. Oh and there's so many other ways to handle that with your own hands dirty he did have already right but you got your. You've got your name dirty and once you name there. You can't clean that you could handle you can washed shit. Oh you can't clean your name. There's no dry cleaner in the world that could clean coming back to Mr see his name is bad right hidden foot foot wrong you go down to the West village up in the fuck. is you talking about. We had awkward moment after next door to see to finish your we walk out first resumes who who we just finished recording with wax so so Ryan and Mac Daddy chopping it up. You Know Magnolia we we we we. I don't know I wasn't shopping governor. Nobody Hallway looking Chinese say and he was out in some tight burn jobs. You know you don't put in this. I walked out. I said no worse also no I don't know I don't know how that's not me. I would just go we were scheduled to talk. Wasn't nothing like you going up to the biggie smalls aw I E J I said was shot. I said was the wreckage Mac Watson into play tailplane like well. I have a problem with a problem. We made novice. I don't have a problem with that man to do was go get a boyfriend in in an apartment now with the freemen. Whatever whatever whatever to get debt in an apartment hotel I I walk out the room the room I don't even because he had Ehud on I'm looking it wasn't looking at me with hoodies cute birth longhair offer exactly you do have the luxury of his his mustache? Coming Bobbins lose it NIGGA IGA don't like me and wax so he looking at us and I'm like who works here. Oh there's not there's not to that sixteen. Would you say you think if they see name dirty. His name is dirty industries. You can't clean that no matter what we do know. It doesn't matter how except he didn't do that room essentially essentially he did it in society's view just like I don't people in society civilians don't think snitching it wrong the so you think he should have did the way yoga. Did it not just a real question. I don't think he should I note because I you the only about Anita you'll never never getting invited by saying is he had he during the way the way he embraced himself I guess and and and talked about it to the world. I don't like the women legal but eventually did do that but on the third lockup he got arrested and he was on ninety seven. He was just like this is what I do and I think he's embraced as did since then but his name is dirty in Mouse Richard the first game caught by society about if he just said instead of getting caught I if he's any space for him to I don't think an opportunity arose familiaux polls. I think a Rose Family Melito book to to to embrace that there wasn't a moment four cedar anytime he would've now if you if you came out over uh over really would've been ill. It's a quiet for you. I'M NOT GONNA say it'd been over five years ago. Yeah it was like when they knew once. You've if I'm saying like there's more opportunity like there was a platform for me to do what he's doing now yeah so I feel like the universe made into what Mr C. Joe Like. I gotTa be free. You got arrested three times for the same thing so eventually the last person been one. I'll put you on video so you had to say something about it like I don't know why he might leaning into it. He's DJ EJ older pride events flies not in New York. I've I've never seen those shot. Camila letters that I'm not on a mailing list I wouldn't mind if I was not on the mailing list but instagram twitter like I never see priceline a. and never see him. I'm pretty sure Mr C. still getting book. I don't think this is about to say I could tell you one one place I always begin book. Well like when McAfee Jason as on Crete. He's GonNa pop on you know no no no disrespect this Mississippi because he's definitely getting booked with the pools with the balloon. He's definitely getting booked over there Jeff. Don't you shit on your panel. The with low key man deep blue's crazy hood who who am I have issues with any white man we will have issues to the DAD fucking trap Gary Okay thing that's his his trip track records. The greatest show on earth is completely separate from whatever that shit is low key and low cain hope and low key. I'm the host entrap Kariuki all the Hello Q. One Jones you'll need to anybody on the host track Karaoke man it is they let them tag team that whatever that is you know and I mean if that's where it's his book then that might be why I ain't seen commitment is the crazy part about it didn't do it right and then with some crazy. Give you the first one on my line. You gotTa have to serenity to Ah pot earlier this year. He was on my line. That's what I knew. He really fucking. I'm like he was on my line. The next morning I heard what happened. I told he likes to go right here. I would imagine that I thought you I'm GonNa believe just saying the polluter sound Craig battle the blue how we get to that from snitching though because I don't think the equivalent of that at all the PALOOZA loses snitching it's Dan and she in spite fucking Halloween down this list but sometimes you go straight Jason. Let's go back to Mac Watch winning appropriate time to SNITCH snitch. There's not if you if you all right. This is what it's called civilian. You are testifying. If you are in the life. You are snitching you. We never never time listen if you're if you're in that would be billions niches. I just I never did not and never been a part of doing into anybody. Who has that is? You're you're supposed to do. I agree because if you if you take part talking to told at all at all I don't care what happened. There's other ways to handle your issues in at life then to use the police agree to meet that make you worse of if you're not in shorts different by sort of saying short. If you snitching and save yourself wanted if you snitch in too late off your competition that's crazy to me because the lines are blurred now right because the other day I posted this young lady who was caught up in like a sex trafficking ring right and I'm like oh it's okay if you know it is lady is is the tell people that don't make you snitch like we gotta get trapped because all fucking degree people moms like why is it okay to tell on six hundred. You're going to thank he's alright yeah. I don't think sex traffickers should be senator or other sex traffic. That's an agent yeah but that's the that's their life. If you're civilians alike hey somebody's uh-huh look go get them. I hate sex traffic because that's the worst air like that but I wouldn't go to the police I would be like and you should probably tell you should probably go if I know as a sector having I'm going to the police now making the police tools that house where they got all in my family and friends bring I'm a columnist they are traffic going on. I'm going to address and everything me to ride along goddamn serious. I'm getting eight this extra getting boop lupus right now. It's terrible they call it in a shopping season like shopping center gave but that's what I know what you mean traffic flowing in okay a clip in these little like this is the time where they are getting them to eat because back to school so you could catch somebody going back to school by coming home from college discussing by this traveling this one this one is I am going to be next week. She was here yesterday but she she got caught up. Even a sex trafficking ring for like six years series yes he actually well the young lady at home now the young lady from back home now she was in Philly data dressed up like a Muslim or something about the ship Florida home now and it's simply because everybody knows that circuit so I guess it's kind of like the drug game the traffic traffic good and people that partake in life they all know he now Amazon so you can make a call and be like Oh that girl that your guy I need to get back. Whatever whatever you make it hot once people start? That's the other thing was nobody talks about so once once I go back before this autozone girl can't not can't bring this whole thing down because this is what we start taking accountability son as gotTA ought to be out in our communities. We gotta be out there like everybody on his shit where it's like me and mine. I'm not like you gotta be on that. Shit Yeah Yeah you have if if a drug dealer snatches on a sex trafficking ring nothing you supposed to take a different way that no I don't talk to police. You should never talk to police. That's what I'm saying. So did you stay out of you. Know know know how to handle it. If you don't talk don't talk to drug dealer and you notice guy from the sex trafficking kidnapped your daughter or your sister. He has an egg. I don't even better movie taken. I would find value back this way handed. You don't WanNa do it. You got money. You can make somebody in but you don't if you don't talk brought to police police. What about somebody's still your car you drug dealers? Somebody stole your car. You don't got star. What have you done with aw police report car accident car accident? I know you wanNA take to the defacto have never took the mouse. I don't even ask police for direct car accident and the cops come what you're GonNa do you commute. My license is spent going before they get bobby coming home by becoming home eleven bobby who December of two thousand thousand twenty six and I really wanted to do with him that was six eighty over the FA- his whole thing was like he wanted to stay hot and tell bobby came home and he's he's GonNa give tobacco. He sent him bat now. Bobby is a noun not we talked about how we're going to get rid of six nine. How do you reward somebody like bobby and I think about the culture? Let's talk about the coach knows. Mission Bobby had the opportunity to look and say some things and get some time shaved off. Bobby was like hell no and it took it took a big sentence. Arousal Rodman only gets that word up the term. That's a real negative. That is a Nigga who should be celebrated. Yes did you in a life. You stood tall and let ya nuts hang to make sure your man's was good. Yes you had you checked off the whole list or how long linebacker bobby break based off the rules of the streets yeah only culture. He should really like our home all alone. He came home and that's a fact I show when he come home it should be it should be a parade like he need. If you go to the ninety s and flatbush behavioral need to make that hosts murder she did the right thing and in autumn. GS negative that suggest that them naked will rob for their own community. I remember being a young run running around out there and then enhance. GS negatives and there's some real near those those are some of my closest closest rent and knows all real ones. I can't there's nothing wrong with. They're real NIGGA though real once say real well I think because real Nigga he's got like a negative connotation to it simply because there's not a lot of real negative everything that people say say Israel usually got something to do with criminal when you say real Nicholas is usually something to do with some criminals. Yes not not necessarily it's not all it's not like especially NATTA. We got like social media. We got nuance. Fuck you like like that showing the full spectrum of what it is to be a man Mousa Real Nigga because because of the way he the way he's the father like I. I real man yeah but why we don't have to sweep. I don't have a problem with using the word nigger unless you white like if you a Nigga Yuka because they make us that is the way we talk amongst is I use it but I'm not GonNa lie just got such a low frequency wealthy Aubrey when I'm not I'm not that rich. You got explain it with a real Nigga. I feel like I'm Kinda like in bringing them down a little bit a real a real man your case the bobby. Maybe you're real stand-up guy. You know what I'm saying the real stand up move. I like Dat Nigga. It's like a lot of real Nigga once they got under pressure. You realize they're not really at all. They just say fuck. Fuck the name like you just talk. Don't mean you you just you just you just who are you uh-huh Brady just more to deal with the shit then you just want them to do so on this. Somebody else's tell if they cut you. You know what I'm saying man. Can you so much when I heard that shit. We don't know who's going to today on the pressure know who never know which is why tell people tom tax settlement pre-tax. Don't be taking pictures with these numbers Bro. I don't take pitcher negative my friends and even who who is this nick asked this nigger nigger before we took pitches would we was in Max Party in. La The brother ship yeah and it was a big pitcher like it was like eight eight of anonymous and a pitcher. I'm listening the whole time who always negative civilians like Bro. He's a he's really doing like my brother. I don't know dressed up mouse you only one in here with Woody White House with a a big Nigga and the white team tucked in his pants just because he got he just just in case some shit. I'm not going to be late in looking looking mouth who is district. They just see our ratings like I had day'll. Come up to me. It was like Yo why why why why why is he like this. Why does he have to be like this? All the time table and boy got up the mosses what you already know is he brings. I won't say he brings any energy but he brings energy where people look at me different because but you know what does call what real nigga shoes yeah I didn't. I didn't really notice it until the thirtieth you know when you start going when you start going places and people start leaving exit the quiet and they get real quiet. They realized that he gets any real quiet and I'm still allowed like quiet now but I really understand he puts fear in some people as well. I mean listen an honest opinion would do that. That is the only reason I didn't say it was the truth because that's just what it is where we all your opinion but I've stuck up from so many times. It's it's like they'll you'll ridership man. How can you look you can't be mad at somebody's opinion listen? This is opinionated world and if you get mad at somebody not liking this. 'cause you like it then. You should really have the problem. I'm not even GONNA. I'M NOT GONNA say no names but I've definitely been approached by by a celebrity camps because of maps through looks like honestly travel a job that I was supposed to after you Mac frayed to stand look what happened around shut down to what the southwest yeah because I had we've out the bullshit because of him being issue but I had to bring together because he came to me. It's not like it's not like I'm Elliot Poking. Hey I'm giving them up here and you say the other side ownership man Dan will if this happens which then we'll have to take care of it and I stepped in and I said well if you had to step into it that's my man and I'm not I'm not jumping on your side. So what are we going to do when the opinions I want you know what I'm doing. I'm bringing together. You can have a conversation about it goes after that that's beyond me when they talked about it. He understood that he's an opinionated. You need a person and I don't have to like you for your opinion but I gotta respect you for. Not I can't hate you. which is it got? It got better and it's better to this day is still slow. It's slow I I'd say I'd say it's your jerk I did. I like to show a Nigga. I know you bought merch merchants merchant but yes so so back to your question the how do I feel about Mouse Jones Po potentially bringing down my brand Dan. It's funny having somebody so opinionated and I guess low key so feared. It doesn't bring my brand down. Honestly it brings it up like people are people are more on some like if he doesn't like everybody and he likes you. What is it about you? The also I think it ah me out 'cause if they don't like him but then they could meet with him have also humanizes somebody like Mac right like where you're not seeing him or getting his opinion on certain show hand him speaking a on a regular basis negative posted on instagram. You might see him a pitcher. Now you hear him every week podcast talking and not being filtered not having to worry about it vom saying so it kind of humanizes I like. I say it's more more connection. I mean social media. Is that same type of connection but I I thought he'd be on like I see more artists doing podcasts cast now and just stop. Stop it to stop a good. I'M NOT GONNA get money with no expeditious. I heard those I was. I actually everybody like legally I on a podcast right now. I'll be listening pay some bills and I want you to think about that. We're GONNA talk about nigger that don't need to be doing podcasts. I WanNa hear GonNa hit now. Mac Now wild weld is the premium brand that believe in smart designing premium fabrics and their way a better than what you're wearing right now. Trust me okay Mac. 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Ti is the perfect example but ti you podcast. I'll give you that in other negative mood just not just not jumping and now you want to jump into those haven't even hit our radar right now. We can't name them. That's true 'cause all read auto alright all but they still out just take hey gal said listen was whack on tune in the first one or the second swimming in that I'll never I'll never should nobody who's feeding a fan base so if you haven't fan damn base and you just corny and and you should try to put your fan base. ESPN I I was talking about that earlier because I was talking about like being intrigued by certain people like you the sixth of the world or even the people like you know gang or like canvas awnings are like dominant silk. I don't know why you names new dog and these people I'm naming. It is now Taylor but got a podcast. That's been going on the version that Gee. I was talking about them because I was saying. I'm always intrigued. Yeah I agree with him or disagree with him. I mean tree by people who are able to build an audience my absolutely because we live in this area where you've got some of the most talented people that are dope as fuck but but he can't build an audience and we start with the same starting point you all start with that platform social media so why are some people able to connect and build these large audiences some mark. I feel like people that a lot of people don't like because they say negative things to people grasp a lot of attention and I feel like there's a lot of people that feel the same way they do but they're scared here to put it on a platform if people don't really like you because you say so many negative things there so there's a lot of people that also think the way they think Ooh. They're scared to put it on a platform Mattel Airbus because they don't want everybody to hate them near. That's that's definitely one. I mean I think a very very big thing especially right now. is is a niche finding in that niche me. I think I think more than anything right now. Nieces is what is selling or what what people are drawing to like if you could find a small niche to try to fit to that is yours. I think everybody starts to crowd around something that feels that authentic initially unleash a lot of times people will try to people try to do the same thing over and over like yield why that's why there's a what's the number now like Chris is like two point. It's on talk has two point two point seven million pockets in the roaring back home thirteen percent of them are original. You meet content in Iran budget and we're trying to everybody else. Does I find that's how you find your way. If you look at it and it's not you know I love this team over here. So it's whatever like that's why loudspeaker works right because you got you and shows who started this this type of open form Open Forum just creating great conversation about whatever right then you got the Combat Jack Show you're competing. Og Reg and you're getting in-depth Real Bob Warm Walter Inonu's. These hip-hop people humanizes this this experience that you've looked at one way we that's what was going on behind the scenes. What is widely read works? It's fucking great podcast in the world like that's why the reward is nothing else like it so when you're doing that if in the seeds are being planned tax season keeping butte like been that seated being planned friends on us like I'm fucking Ho last therapy session on Ed that's why how that works and that's why Y'all have so much success because it's neat yeah so somebody like when you see Joe Biden is initially mcneish to me you too Joe. Biden is like inside the NBA Kinda right party was his ship was fast tracked. Oh what do you amy. Jo was already doing youtube share. He was already giving audience yeah. He already had the audience that bigger than his music at that time there was just his fans of his personality and then those fans that music so then he gives you. The puck hasn't his like his nick. Just talk about all of this shit that I want his opinion opinion on did it no. I want to his opinion on how many how many hours I don't care who sitting at home so yeah. That's NEAT Shit I work. I think everybody should you. I shouldn't start a podcast unless you have unless you have something that you really want to say that audience yes even if it's even if ten thousand people that fucked with you have folly a whole joint they even if even if it's five hundred because that's what I saw when we start he meant women as club it was he man woman that was originally remember yeah so when we did that like what five hundred six hundred dollars on on twitter doing hundred six hundred listened so that was the audience and it is returning and so it was like I may even though small yeah if you just sit in a row mints Ya you have like I don't know I never went to college but you have one of those conversation people. It should be a podcast shit. Nobody knows you right. So at least you follow five on twitter tweet and you're saying interesting shing. That's how that's how I even got on the tax because of his twitter right it's fucking WII. He's winning. He's smart guys won't see if you could deliver that right in in real life right and so it's like if you if you are already giving people something they want via social media why not turn it into south podcast source. I came because it was just enough of US talking shit but it was like all right. Let's talk to you but let's put it on a platform. We all know we have friends. I will listen but I feel like we can and we can reach people outside of just our friends. I'm friends don't really listening to really don't really have core fans that leads to like a lot of my authorized repulsive repulsive then they'll repose episode where we said they name on it. It'll be something like this and then they'll ask me questions you the only way to prove that your friends don't listen to say some foul shit about one of your friends back yes now because he's got. He's GonNa get back to them. It's one way or another somebody asked the fans real similarity all like they just be wiling on social media at people like you know next to in an essay but then needs to hear something to be like Oh he must have been talking about such such unlike your thing about our pockets. Is We talk about relationships a lot so the most crazy the most exuberant is how can you make my relationship better and this and that and it's like I'd be scared can't relationship bathroom voice from from Paul. Don't no relationship Relation Ryan Mack magazine more shit up off on set with my girls. I'm just talking about Whiter. She's he's dragging. We just two weeks before and tying. Disney can try set me up for him. I'm like why feel bad look and feel bad that forgot to talk about you in that Clip Kyle just what fuck talk about this little clip. They forgot that she was putting out fires. Listen that allows you to so go to the space we there's not a lot of black millennials that talk about relationship stuff like that talk shit but we're we're we're very open honest honest and then we have like just a full spectrum compensation you give me an example was the last thing you all talked about that conversation going on social media. um your marriage. I don't know what the Fuck Y'all know but oh that's great soda clip the clip where so there's two so there's a clip where we we did perfectly. We released as the group. I said would you be ready or would you be okay with having a child with someone and not being with them like just being with Plano. I try advocate. Let's do it boom. Would you know so Ryan answer with with viral. Am I answering went by. My answer was when I see myself in a relationship I wanna be able to live my life like me totally by myself. I want my lady. You have a toilet by herself. Then we come together. We have a life together before we have a child and then we create life and have a whole new level. I don't see myself going into relationship saying I can co parent. I want to have my shit. Let her hush. We come together. We traveled to where we do our shit and then we bring something into the whether we could do it altogether. What was your mouth? I said I could I could I would be fine would have because right right now my life. I want a child another child so I would be fine with having having a child with somebody. I trust like I trust you enough to raise this child in all of this. We don't need to be together right now. Would you be like you wouldn't be as firm donor all right no because I would be in my child's life just all the guys that do that she once every two uh-huh Chat Karaoke. He's off the road. Absolutely what do you feel about that. I I said personally really are the person that I'm GonNa have a child with his is the person that I would be with like I I could. I could definitely see myself having a child with the person and then I'm with like I I I wouldn't want. It's it's I wouldn't be my first thought to CO parent. We would have to get to a place where I'm like. Okay okay. This is the healthiest thing for us to Co Parent because I think the biggest thing that we have realized in in our years this is all if there are ten of us in this room there are probably half of us who have parents who probably don't fuck with each other right and and or probably half of that the parents have stayed together to try to just keep a household together initiative detrimental to exactly so you start start to realize that co-parenting isn't bad but it wouldn't be my first choice it. I'm not a I'm not opposed to co-parenting definitely wouldn't be my first yeah. I don't want no. I'm glad I got no baby. Mamas Luther had abortion relaxed. It's no I'm serious because I would not want no. Maybe mom I feel like that but but that's another thing that comes from three aspects of two children and he's not with his mother. He's with another woman. He doesn't have any kids but he's in the relationship. I have no kids and I'm not in a relationship so it's three different things he say he will because he's co-parenting now works for him in his life not saying I can't but that's is not the first thing I want to do my first anytime accused you gotta micromanage them Yoga. You got a found a room every day. I would say so what I would say that it's sure if you living an average life in our life where we're traveling doing things essentially. You'd be going that time anyway point but I'm GonNa tell you something and you gotTa make the time I was just I literally just having this conversation yesterday with Angela Rock and I was talking about like my daughter. My daughter was born June of two thousand eight and I got fired live from Wendy November so it's like her. I didn't get another GIG till like May of Oh nine life I was doing my wife was going to work. I'm the one yeah I was with my young. That's how it was my youngest. Yes my second daughter. WHO's four? I was in the Missile Breakfast Club Shit wiling. I was fucking everything everything I was holding. You know what I'm saying. I mean cheated in three years. That's amazing. That's because overcoming negativity flawed doing your you stopped doing in the past three years. Yes I saw three fucking they stay probably I'd just Delaware. Come come to threaten okay cool feeling about something that you've been doing for three especially goes to stop bugging other the women all at one for three years applause. I got on birth club. He's he's like four months. Everybody like the same the same yet for twenty years yeah that is very true but he didn't he didn't he didn't know. You didn't know how you think everybody gets married understands the fuck. Can you think I think you're just responding because you didn't let me finish what I was saying so I said let's listen. Do you think I think that people who are getting married. Everybody men and women alike understand the weight of the mantle in agreement that the union entering because there's nothing to come on if you're saying that because you're in a relationship right so how long before you go square is facing everybody from take a box anyways so you're only for how long now not married and say oh married or Murph five. You're okay so within that Mary are you building up to being married. I suppose it basketball game. You really know that you never burst how return hat Tom Costa Mesa together by thirty coming. Ot not now you know he had come on no blechman oh she talked about TV but what I'm going to say this if you believe that you go into marriage and understand everything and and you automatically your mindset mindset is supposed to be on this is all. I'm doing for the rest of my life then you got your back what I'm saying. Is You believe that Takashi is cool. SNITCHING snitching regular say back he saying that you don't you're not seeing this thing in full totality exactly and you've got your living server rooms. Lifestyle is different than the average Nigga from Philly Taylor then in Yemen monogamy. That's a whole that's a whole Korea can't wind disagree and I'm GonNa tell you why the man's mouth mouth. I used to feel like that but I'm GonNa tell you why disagree I disagree because when you when you go to bed at night in you lay down with this woman that she's been in the rest of your life with that you raise your kids with you supposed to be heard negatives more loyal today homeys high really dirty entre interesting agree what you're saying but I don't think that has to do. I don't think that encompasses would I think that'd be. I don't I I I agree you know why because once I enter into an agreement even with you if I came into his gritted you're saying don't deal with Chino boom then okay I would be being this low and I would be bigger than that me personally if I will be something if your girl said another mass exist they do but you gotta look what you would look at her like she was being disloyal. That's a whole nother so she got to look at. Ut exactly that's how you can wipe that off. Go on you. Guys ask questions Oh God like. Did you suck his Dick. Fuck wrong. We ask massacre like we love pain gene. The finish was see. What did you do the what's GonNa toss me off the fucking bridge? She tell tell you that was bigger than yours. Law and that's how you know you're supposed to leave because he didn't care about your feelings. This'll be advertise Dick for the rest of your life the today show you like look some you'll see a big big land averaged take six six right now would come off offer like being loyal man. You can't reason loyal to nobody if you might if I if you have to lie you're being you're being disillusioned about pain. You keep telling her the truth thinks she can just take the pain she off loaded he told me but at least he told me the truth now you gotTa leave and we another conversation Asian. I went by. I forgot when he was on the way back from but Carl is I'm like that I forget what it was but I happen to be listening to her. Office had have avenue Gosh Black. I love that you know kill kill me now. I'm begging OH L. Anything Open Opening Orion had three buttons open so that Nichols was getting more the next one. I got my different person when we'd be out. Don't let don't let two or three people recognize me and don't say are we going to start taking shirts off he. He's wiling wiling polluters right. I don't go. I got to see that's that's. The thing is he brings a problem in my life I gotta just you know go from Blue Donna. Nobody said we'd been okay. Okay okay. I just choose a choose to pick and choose my battles. SNAFU absolutely go go of course Carl Lewis Coming back from there and I texted we could. We always keep conversation a chat. Ah So I I forgot I think I was listening to beyond me myself and I remember she said on she said even my very best friend tried to on up and I was like I listened. I'm watching it. He didn't try bag. He tried to one on let you know they hate us. NIGGA fucked up so we start talking about that on on on a pocket and that that conversation went viral because I'm like is there any opportunity there any moment where you would step in and be like Yo while son like this girl. I can't handle this off half all now getting skin like you visually seeing this woman being affected by this. I'm like I might step in like there's there's a chance I was stepping. Take a step in until shortly. She should leave his means said I cannot doodoo unless it was a physical level where there was physical abuse going by. I can't step in because I don't like if he's if he's cheating. Keep talking. I can't step in to do that. You know what I'm not going to step in on nothing. They're women. Call US halfway. That's why they call it. A fuck mega is I think we ebbing we good or would they call it. A mediocre leader is not only if you only have you know all so so you don't even on nicotine meals you know you would like grown-ups he with another woman. If I tell on you Rach Josh now what Y'all incl- like this if this is your manage girls so you are in constant contact with proximity proximity you hit and you watch her the same person that you develop a relationship because everybody I hear people always talking about Oh keep my distance. It's impossible that if this is your best friend this there's there's the counterpart this who they're dating for three four five years. You're going to develop a relationship with them. So now you're going to sit here and tell me your you don't. It's impossible but you gotta tell you I wouldn't even it's not even about taking it to her. I'm GonNa tell my man that say set up. We set like I said I'm not jumping. I've been out the window and doing it. That's going to be like what you WANNA fuck and I'll tell her to leave him and my thing is what did she go back to me and tell me your man said I should leave you now me and you'll be fine with that because at the end of the day it would take so much to get me to that point so you're saying it's okay for Nigger to tell you girl if you cheat must they say that you're talking about if you were and we know you're not gonNA block may not but it was possible if you are if I was wiling her shut up to the point Oy Affect our daily life yes I think he already knows. I'm not just saying like women be no Nigga. She still be with them if I'm watching her. Should I'm talked the crazy. I'm treating a bed. I'm not provided I'm not doing my job as a man and it's affecting her life to where it's now affecting how physical hair we see. We've all seen me go nearly if I'm doing all that I can. You help me accountable. I don't think you should take it to take it to him but if I'm if I'm taking it to you and you reject but you even just said it you can't even say that to a Nigga too mu- too many tax and now he's GonNa be like you would fuck my girl okay. We'll kick to keep her out of it and just be like like bro You while in which a woman you know how many how many jail hitting on this girl we not talk about that. We all said that if his physical mental abuse using just bet which this is what I'm saying so we got it there in show low neubauer watching this shit you gotta say some. It's it almost makes up to my guy. It's imperative you didn't do that. I feel like Ryan you go to your the only way I'd be like. I'm telling you girl. I'm going going to cut this shit out. I'm telling you fuck that bitch. You know what you tell. Your girl told you is opportunity for you to so Intel support cities you post stretch. You pull fund you pulling up in your phone. Put the discrete Solomon says it to he says yeah I tell you what I'm GonNa. Do better better sneaky fucking girl arrive so this goes back to what I say. There isn't oppor is a level you will get to but in my mind if you just have to step away from me being around union lady. Did you know that like I just have to push that away. I can't be as close as a friend. Why can't we can't say that we care about black women? We can't say that we love black and we can't say that we will defend undyed over black women and then watch them be done for the last step in but when it comes to the community of being a black man we gotta police each other source so it's just like you in order for us us to be better men for women you gotTA check. We gotTA CECCHI along checking you in the minute. Somebody that's all does not mean paid all the way over there but not paid on way over this. It's right. He wants to comfort. I see this girl every couple days this this might be my kids has gotten got paid only telling her tell you for which means Charlemagne agrees with me. That is a level two point. He'll I ain't he can be about not look if she did she not you. It's not just a cheat in fact. If you are calling this girl tell it's like why are you keep letting them treat you like this that you know you sound like a total wreck show record. You sound like somebody talk for five to six years is if you go to her and you say oh this and she's like you know what you're right but then I'm GonNa go get my brother to fuck him up. I whoa Whoa but now let's let's say he don't he'd go further and fuck you and it gets super violent and something happens us now so my conscience like Damn my man in half dead in the emergency room because I watch his girl as she finally took the balls and now she she heard him him the negative started it off. We've taken accountability right being accountable no but we are we being accountable and throw definitely demands. It's the Nigga who initiate if he was stop fucking up or org exactly fucking leave being pussy in a relationship relationships business and back when they brought you into this is what I keep saying. This is not some your interest interest those doing. I don't see no reason for my homies to be close with my girl anyway. I love you know what I'm saying. His family like yeah. Among you know Bros this when I see you but other than that I'm good yeah I agree with that to you. Mommy hit a other situation said unless I knew her before I knew you were less competitive another ever WanNa make it so. She feels comfortable enough to call you to be like where's your last night such some of which you do me like that you rat here. you know he at one time a little 'cause I used to run around me in the city and Shit and clubs and stuff and one Saturday morning girl calling me Oh deleted name he which you WanNa delete people and I was like no I 'cause. He Ain't giving you a heads up what the fuck was going on. This is what I'd be saying and this is why. I don't know what this is why women cheeseburgers because the nick girl is that she already know if a girl if Taylor called page right now or somebody call page right now and be like Yo if if if unnamed filly nigger call Beijing like being Keno Keno Santana dream dream chases more cassidy cathy was way older than you okay all right okay young girls who come to uh impeach what hotel room you know which one but you gotta give people the Heads Zahn right then that's why like I said if unnamed filly make a call page right now like a I ain't seen my little drawn. You've seen US page. This is going to automatically know up to something. Oh actually she's had a spin class. She's with Charlemagne right now. Working Phone's dead. She's GonNa Know U. S. ancient to one of us. Oh now the dod we desecrate what we will know how to not talk the police most of us but then a girl will get us to give the goods on on that can fuck you up to about a secure Nicolette. y'All can't be working that much well. You got to get rid of them. Naggus Di di saying you gotTa Nigga that is upset with you because you work with a Lotta different guy he's got is that he'll be happy for. You know he'll never be national biggest thing. That's the biggest thing he won't even be able to celebrate. You know your accomplishment because he's so worried about how it affects him as he probably met you doing the same job exact so. Why is it a problem now because that is a more broader that would USA in that instant short but broad women do be changing like women beat when you meet her about my money I got time for negative edited up in and she's like you? She Ain't got no jaw jaw baby. What how you got so much time like I thought he was on your grind? You Search Martine Java hang with me Nigga. Stop fucking with you because you were there dude all the time because sometimes girls get caught up with the guided they involve which and they start slacking and their mother fucking and it's like all right we'll go over there and the reason they start slagging niggers in the ear like you always with that Nigga what you going on why Z. Humid start to feel that energy use Tales Situation Nicholas Hayden Oh Taylor if she wants to do some Omar Ooh mark what happened with a Haitian. That's one Gotcha like that of the hang out. We didn't hang out in numerous. Go Sign Tiffany Haddish. Oh I told him I always doubt I'm GonNa go wish it Charlemagne Tiffany Haddish the next day he was like I feel like you just push me under the rug so like why are you in trauma always like hanging out like really got up site just play black men. Don't she play he was definitely insecure like rarely exactly it got cut in and the way he did not clippers uncircumcised. You gotta cut mother. Love is like putting was talking about earlier about the kids and managing the correct went up my four year old I wasn't I wasn't involved in the first year. Yes Oh my daughter all lynn yeah so. I'm saying all that to say you have to make time. Even when you're busy and you want to go. They don't on the road to them saying you have to you have to you don't do that. It don't matter whether you co-parenting in-house you just have to make take time does affect. I just think it's hard to make time when you call parents. If you're traveling in our lifestyle it might be easier because then you don't have to it might be easier because now when you come when you're back in town you can just focus on parenting instead of parent to enforce during a relationship usually saying when you if you're not anti-religion explaining their team parents parenting and fostering a relationship together with the person. Let's say somebody like four of us. We're all we're on a roll out. So when we come home we have apparent but we also have to be a boyfriend or a husband if you're just co-parenting when I come home father to get him saying okay. I'm not religious. I'm I'm like and I WANNA have kids but I'm just saying I'm not opposed to the idea now because like well it it would fit my lifestyle better and I feel like I would be able to focus more makes sense trading bills. I'm going to tell you this fine. UH-HUH WHO's doing i. I talked to US support for today's show comes from boost mobile switching the booze mobile gives you more anybody who got a boost mobile phone must've must've boost that's a private people with more at every time because boost doesn't offer one great thing it offers many great things like super reliable super fast nationwide network and four lines for one hundred dollars a month with unlimited gigs for data talk and text in four free. Lg Sti- STILO AH for Free L. 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Tsa Police or police they have the Busse so negative that Jason Seahawk Jersey and by the way the ticket the turnstile you already know I wanna take a tap. The booms getting caught up. Wow what we're saying that to say that boost mobile offers coverage not available everywhere all right free phone requires port in additional terms and conditions apply visit booze. WHOA DOT COM or your nearest retail for details now? This is the part of the show because Taylor thinks that we don't use her topics on. Oh man we try to run to stay the fuck and check clear yeah we try to run to her topic fucking clear tail we already did Takashi who interracial interracial dating. Don't do it off Jimmy my Jimmy. My says that in a relationship because she's ages she's the young says he has to get to know her his culture. Oh I think that when you look at the word into ratio you should really look at it at Inter responsible. It is a responsibility when you date outside of your race to learn about that coach because not everybody's experience. Your inch is the same she went on to further elaborate when he stepped into my house. He takes off his shoes. He knows how Vietnamese people do it. I don't know why she thinks only Vietnamese he'd been doing blast. She said when I met him. I was like I wanna go to Hawkins vill. Show me exactly these Yellow House that you grew up in and how did you start your business. And how did you understand how to make a dollar. How do we feel about this? Guy Thinks he's is retarded. I've never dated a another wet race Mac and dated from White Women in your day PA Beverly Hills nine zero which is hilarious. I've never dated the white one room. I've never been in a in a in a relationship with a white woman. I've had sex with me too. I've never unfortunately Mexican women white women. I said the same same at the the spectrum is wide but I haven't been in a relationship with a white woman so I don't I I wouldn't know Ryan Relational really love your mouth never contrary to popular belief. I believe it. He fought it up at Nick. We would have been good Disney said to name on air. He didn't do what he did that. Five minutes he took the name the legal name and left to instagram in and they got to the crib. Shit is going left. Say What is happening here Sh- off I'm saying I've never dated a white woman. I've been in relationships with white. Women been relationships with women from the Latino. the thing is with me. It's like when you Black Day gravitate towards coaching but you more than anything in the blackness and hip hop. It's not like they seen it. Go both ways opposite like I guess it depends on serious you off you in a relationship with somebody somebody from another side. I can see that look. Rg three different dived. I feel like that's different. I feel it all depends on where you were raced how you were raised and who raised by so I think. Rg Three came from a white community he went did I believe I don't know if you went to school with all white people. I mean not to say I. I've had my share my like I went to all white college but I knew what I wanted because of where I came from and I I didn't believe even absolutely absolutely this was it we first started with his going to the league. He had a white girlfriend college white girlfriend highschool. White girlfriend has a different they all have white girl and they were sticks of South Carolina and he's known using to get away mm-hmm. Also you got to also watch he went to do but you gotTa Watch Basketball Games and who was that his company was real he he blamed the team would have the crowd is going. Chris Huhne had been probably a way bigger player when he might as being as big if he went to all black school have you would've went to ABC. You would've been players if you wouldn't want to ABC. High High School is all white kids in a crowd allo other black people on his team. It was just him I wanted to you young athletes with white girlfriends leaving look at their moms. That's how they're going to look. I five years of age what I'm worried about that look at. OJ Dan I'm thinking of going down they. They don't age well Mega Mega. How'd you go look at Angela Bassett and then look at freaking the Olsen twins exactly thirty thirty? They look sixty. Don't think we've been raised in. This can't believe we can't be racist. That is true. I tried to tell them is managing this weekend. We can't be you can't be raising racism mm-hmm and today we can we impose our racist. It would negatively affect. I'm about to say I can't the fucking black artist because the white people oh we gotta be racist. Analysis manager called me racist this weekend festival and I would say thank you molly what will happen with molly came down the hall and we walked in Hurt Securities Hawk all nobody can get through and nobody can get through Miley Cyrus. Whatever so all the way we we would like not? I'm not saying all but a good portion of them was like s who she thinks he is widely blocked when we started to live pre show. I'm like yeah. This is just came down on the whole cleared everybody out on my own the WHO she thinks she is she's not a presidential candidate right. He knows he's not a diplomat and I use the IRA festival some of the biggest stars in the world have been here. Nobody churches. Can you hear you off and then Angela who I'm looking forward to seeing and I was like I'm looking forward to seeing all the black artists. I WanNa see Chancellor Apple. I WANNA see her. I said Melissa used to be black until it stopped being profitable for all of my to remain following started going crazy and then about three or four in his later I looked at my right and I think this white guy standing there right. He's standing in you know I shake everybody's hand when you around me to do hand to do look me up and down and goes now. Would you mind you. He's a white guy not lots. I Like I've been here. I would have had that enter. It would have been all I ah what AM I. I said I said who the fuck you now. Mice is manager. You gotTA fucking problem. I Yeah I don't like you saying ooh. Oh my God frankly would be saying I said that but I don't believe it was my big energy but I don't think that came out my mouth. I don't think anybody's like no. It was get your white ass away from me. I say that when he goes you are racist and everybody knows what you're white. Bernita work and you gotta ask get your White House away from me and they're not talking about. Slap the shit out you. That's not racist. It's actually equal it will opportunity absolutely love you would tell the black men in a minute you'll slapshot violate. So why would you opposite of racist if you Abbott everybody just trying to save for the Pathfinder which your racist okay yeah. He did apologize my bad. Whatever I didn't mean not shaky hand Yada Yada Yada meaning shake my boy suck my Dick would have been open for a week streak? Every time I see my Mike Dig oh he apologize because a to higher ups from Iheart came over who happened to be white so I think in his mind he was like oh I got his masters now and when daycare exactly when they came over I go yeah that's molly sizes manager. He's a fucking decade and it's just like I know. I don't know where you don't say that. I don't know where Charlemagne we'll get that I loved the Uh Adam Adam. I don't have a brown I don't need. I don't like him. I don't like him because of that. Defer relations uh-huh our mother Fuck Fuck Fuck Fuck appear loyal to my peoples. I swear to God that's that's mouse. I I could literally be on like this business. Corrupt fuck that no tonight but that's the great night's to look back and Mouse Maccabi so nice and so calm they can do so not saying they will do so wrong be so nice because I've seen him turn up but in front of the camera is a beautiful he's not but then it'd be him on one side of me and other and black not on what he said. No you gotta say you're not going to say but the fuck did you say back in in a fight for no guide to Hillary Note. We will never let MAC fight. We got no. I got you by himself. I don't think white mini yeah. I'm not a weed holder. I make my own money to throw punches. Well mouth told me he was to be onstage this whole situation the show I if if this comes about podcasting mouse Jones is is beyond say if we're speaking about culture we don't even speak about all right you relax Farrell fucking Kelli Kelli all day the three. It's not only how can you say you don't go to divorce them to so now. You're married together and they broke up. I'm going to fucking work so killed in the Gulf War Yep. She's a huge mental. Health Advocate Advocate Whiteman happens then she divorced is Michelle owns a fucking. WNBA team we south poppins Charlemagne can old the holy popping man but W superclub listen that'd be amazing if they loathe to nine feet don't Ooh I wanna I wanNA address. You're right gentleman. They allow transient if they allowed allowed trans women if they allow transmitting play in the WNBA is going to be okay. Braun said Oh. I'm going to be going ninety collegiate three minutes out of that he was killing a win. What happens then they go for making minimum wage now everybody's making but if you load rim to not feet Nah forgetting combine them let them combine them loitering nine feet let transgender women play the whole stock and have you have seen yet? That's take down. All we care lamble from one got it okay you wanted to do by the way this is a real. WNBA marketing plan y'all gotTa stop being more inclusive trans. Women need to be included the same way talking about they they want to be included in Black Girls Rock include Trans Women. WNBA Lord and Remnant Ninety Feet Scott Mother Michelle Michelle uh-huh Michelle will be a billionaire listen million. You told me you're not watching it. They absolutely don't care low it to not be in in allow Trans Women and by the way ninety plus we sleep on Wnba win when it comes to this skill set long dominant other women. No they still going to be nice and other women one trends woman per teen. What does that mean? You're not w need is one does it. When it comes to Americans on a team they give you a you only have one or two players it per American not fucking agenda but no added a recent American contractor says I'm? I am the Trans Cap. No Nigga like that's what we call the trails cap about about to start this campaign. Now don't do not agree but not saying just one thirteen. That's crazy started off. You GotTa start somewhere. Yes you are sick. Sick Nick Nine Feet Trans Women Israeli women in the League. I won't pretend what's the tale of topics core Jambo that was that was a going. I agree my brother. He says Chris Kris Jenner Boyfriend. He told Scott Disick if your daughter Penelope scratches me on whipping her ass referring to Scott seven year old daughter and Scott responds is my daughter and inquiry reiterated physically scotch child shot and give her a spanking for sure this guy district the only time I'm going against yeah so so what happened so basically the black man that's Chris's boyfriend not being a boyfriend GRANDPA Iran long enough to uh-huh you you black men will be replaced very soon so that doesn't know how either way you're not playing his daughter. No my daughter scratches you. You come so you can fight me first of all. That's a fact I don't beat my beat my daughter my oldest daughter like twice in her life when she was married young and I felt stupid as Hell L. my any land. Tell me that you beat. My daughter has announced Pussy Pussy Ache if you look at the tape Scott is very busy because he told him I'll be show us how about that. The next part of that must've been looked over say well. I'll fuck fuck you up what the fuck is. He's a titan. I love it on the House. Now that situation there was a lot going on and in my mind wearing off supposedly posted way and also he's he's come back now. Do I think he could have said it a little better off Wolf said if if you know if I was you this is what I would have did because I would doubt it made more sense in this situation but at the end of the day you're not throwing them. Also he spoke to him from a from a generational period. I think yeah but spanking was wrong. When you go back and you look at this bankers that you've got at least for me? It was abuse and I used to get beat. You would extension would bicycle but did you did you. Did you also see today. There was a clip of Who's what's the ones whose kids they are was courtney? You visit one of the key all three hundred kids disobeying everything she talking about. She's she likes nobody. This is what I'm saying. Let's listen to him on grownup didn't think so I usually I'm saying like but this is what I'm trying to say. Wow Wow wow I see your. I'm not doing nothing. The white man used to do to keep wasn't lying to my kids. I mean you put it like that. Wow Wow this is simple. I I wouldn't mind my okay Taylor. You Give Atlas. I'd I am. I don't encourage but if my my mother beat my my adores our understanding L. Pat if I had my if I had sons John by Nicholas Popper leg that I'll the other way the community archer short but sometimes they're not losing his son you wouldn't you wouldn't like square them up or nothing like that. If he act was like a grown person they tried me put you could call you a bitch. You're not gonNA pop. No you lie out. Are they white man to lead you. You call you Tayo. You put food in his play. Don't believe it'd be my kids so I'm not going to be I hit. Will we be daughters. We have daughters yeah. I remember the last time I told you I'm not going to normalize a man putting his hands on you because you did something I'm not normally I agree now. If I want my son I'm going to normalize there are consequences repercussion to your actions might pop you. You might get a three tabs on as I am. I GonNa while out on you but thank you just going to be out here while and I'm not gonNA check that I just I feel like there's a better way now. He should have said it but he didn't. I don't think he meant show lineup like when people came yeah. I don't think so much other things you can do. You take stuff away from now. We'll have one that you can grab. I think white people but it's not you put your fucking kidding at Rome and you make make them say eh. You're a millionaire Bro. Put your kid in and they have like a fucking mini now when you take everything all that shit all right edible. She likes reading reading my kid and I came back fifteen bucks. This is what you're doing a phone. Would you out she took. I said you're done you. You don't listen you dump for today. As it going. I came back to outlet mega was done with like books. I was like here's your books you telling you about actually everyone in this one. If you put me in a room by myself books I will. I was tight. I went in there. I started kicking over all kinds of tea parties those those daughters especially when you adapt. There's no way to discipline. You're saying you got so it'd be like I'd be looking so you're not gonNa pop on the House. Just he's not GonNa let this. I believe it was the other way around and she did that to a stepmother mother. She scratched her no woman on a girl nobody else can put your hands on my kids. I know it may did they raise the grandparents blood grandparents. I'll talk about the in laws well. I think they have this yeah yeah. That's what I'm saying raised by somebody from jump Weber rage. You've put that child has been raised by him. Well has my shooting tweeting youngest one and he's been around for like three years. Maybe you don't raise it. The bears raised in fucking cable's fucking grandparents but we don't no no we do when we don't. We don't own that thinking about two totally different because I don't beat my kids my kids. Nobody beats my kids Tokens wife she might Ah yes we got. We got wiped away by the way he was talking to my mind it wasn't I'm going to teach kids as it was like popper i. She's scratching my face. I'm a teacher was right and what's wrong. I don't think that teaches you was written was wrong. esotique scanning the Hudson Hornet the Hornets especially at least two of us. I know him better as kids to over here. So has the only way you realize the other than was hot. I still got the burn command on fucking Shit Hot. That's hot. I'm never going to be a w from wallet without getting in trouble. It is a stop me from flushing zone and I remember it allows them. A mantra beat new in seventeen years ago. I had just got out jail. I think it went back to the second time she beat me. As if I'm selling crack now you crazy like me and I love like I left the house like I'm out so the beans get dumb any last time my mom putting hands on let it happen like I knew strong enough to stop them but I'm like I like I like an one one. One slapped just flew too hard early. I gotta get Outta here Lord. She's GonNa put she's GonNa Knock me out and one thing she puts you hit and you won't be me you know when we do that. Mom's idea you want. They messed up punching each all right all right. She slapped me all the daddy and how I remember the time I my mom's trying to beat me and I kind of grabbed a little bit. I know my dad was at work so when he came on and see I got beat again here. You go to your daddy come home. That's why that's why said the last might've come back. You want you want you want this one. You think anybody's been disrespected enough to tell him mom's up. They move toward talking about away. Mega KILDA's does bomb white people really who I don't think black people do I don't think I don't think we're going to save it in our mind in like the ought we know we think about it. We don't even slam doors never dealt around our parents Dick Ma and the age. If you really talk like that thoughts over what you're saying you know what you can you talk about this coach and Shit Right. This daughter would black parents because when you when you at school and you so mom I was actually on on says suck doc look. You're talking about your low dick. You say somewhat. Did you print like baseball and visit you love. You get you something to cry about Al The what else should give if you wanna see my parents when we was living own island news we lived in this place like real little Amityville the Laura Yeah. It was bad like it's just as bad as so is like we had this Lego mom without her way to buy me to tell you which is a whole table. The whole plate is his legos build on so right next to woodland fits. My mom felt like kids shouldn't be controlling when the lights is on off so she put up on top of the entertainment system Mashrek and get to it. I got to stand on a tape said. Don't stand on that table. I saw right. I'm doing standard table. This shit break is plastic. I'm all cut up. I'm laying in the middle of fucked up. She coming dancing. I say like I'm thinking about mom. Oh my God to walk out the room. Come back with a belt. Negatives is somewhat fucked up to take the pain signing Eh away because the lesson is already been taught. Did you hurt yourself. I told you not delay. I learned that if you beat your women will take any opportunity to kick you. When you dance all right man tell they can listen to this guy? We podcast podcast pockets on girls. What is it called God? 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