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Ken Burns: DeSantis’ Actions Are 'Out of the Authoritarian Playbook'

Mark Levin

01:19 min | Last week

Ken Burns: DeSantis’ Actions Are 'Out of the Authoritarian Playbook'

"Cut ten go We woke up to the news this morning that governor Ron DeSantis of Florida sent two plain loads of migrants to Martha's Vineyard off the coast of Massachusetts including kids and whatnot And I'm not saying this is not a one for one This is not a parallel here in any way But it does address some of the same themes that are part of this documentary The abstraction of human life It's basically saying that you can use a human life that is as valuable as yours or mine or limbs and to put it in a position of becoming a political pawn in somebody's authoritarian game This is the coming straight out of the authoritarian playbook This is what's so disturbing about desantis is to use human beings to weaponize human beings for a political Let me tell you something you moron Desantis has done more in support of Israel and the Jews in his state And others in his state than anybody I can think of This is grotesque and to have this clown John Berman with the IQ of a parakeet Goading this kind of conclusion is really appalling And I'm waiting for the anti defamation league to speak up but it won't It embraces this

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Tiffany Cross: We Have to Prepare for Actual Violence, Civil War

Mark Levin

01:28 min | Last month

Tiffany Cross: We Have to Prepare for Actual Violence, Civil War

"I want you to listen to Tiffany cross on MSNBC yesterday She is a low IQ reprobate she has a platform given to her by Comcast For every week she gets on television and spews her hate in her poison In my view promotes violence As do most of the yent is on the view it's not entertainment Joy Reid another another bigot I want you to listen to this Tiffany cross on MSNBC yesterday Cut one go I mean you have millions of people tuning into a propaganda network every night And then as if that were not bad enough that's an extremist network itself You have these fringe pop up outlets You know from known to newsmax then you have the social media component That train has left the station There is no let's deal with the rhetoric At this point I do think we have to have serious conversations around preparing for actual violence People keep saying a Civil War is coming I would say a Civil War is here And I don't mean to be hyperbolic We can look at what has happened just in the past week alone since all this has happened We've had two people try to declare war with FBI field offices I don't think at this point we're going to all pack up our bags and go home and seeing kumbaya

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CNN Cancels Brian Stelter

Mark Levin

01:04 min | Last month

CNN Cancels Brian Stelter

"Now as you must know by now the constipated news network has relieved itself and the rest of the nation of Brian stelter Brian stelter was never a journalist He was always over his head I don't mean because he was short and fat He would just over his head So for a low IQ stupid guy But he was obviously a mouthpiece for Democrat administrations For Democrat causes and the various Marxist movements in CNN has relieved the nation of him but its guys like him frankly Who have done massive grave destruction to the First Amendment and freedom of the press Who took their positions as supposed journalists and turned them in the propagandists That's exactly what happened

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Brian Stelter Is Excited About the Funding for IRS Expansion

Mark Levin

01:53 min | Last month

Brian Stelter Is Excited About the Funding for IRS Expansion

"Here we have Brian stelter On CNN you would think he would go the way of Jeffrey toobin Not yet Cut 17 go Oliver you know we've got short shrift this week The house passing that historic climate bill the inflation reduction act One of the components of the bill is a lot more funding for the IRS to hire He's in talks like a it's a historic Bill ladies and gentlemen Historic Until CNN cleans out the radical Democrats the low IQ dummies It will always be viewed as the constipated news network to us Go ahead The more IRS agents in order to try to make sure people are paying how much they're supposed to pay what was that called on the right It was called a terrifying overreach by the government The reason I'm bringing it up These guys are perfectly fine with tyranny totalitarianism Abuse of power violations of the constitution and all the rest as long as their team quote unquote is in power Not me I see no use for doubling the IRS And undermining the border patrol He doesn't talk this way when it comes to police officers How come the IRS agents aren't a white dominant systemically discriminatory bunch mister producer How come IRS agents Aren't part of the white dominant society Um But the cops are But the border patrol is even though half of them are Hispanic Go ahead Let's just call it what it is Maga media is hatred of government Shut up you moron

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Daniel Horowitz Describes ‘The Rise of the Fourth Reich’

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:34 min | Last month

Daniel Horowitz Describes ‘The Rise of the Fourth Reich’

"Daniel Horowitz is here author of a new book that is very subtly titled. Not exactly getting to the point. The rise of the fourth Reich confronting COVID fascism with the, with a new Nuremberg trial, so this never happens again, Daniel Horowitz. Daniel, I want to get to your book, but let me just ask you a question. You're Jewish. That's a big claim to say that this is the rise of the fourth Reich. It's a very big claim. And I want to get into it, but I think given the week we live in. That's what I really want to do. I think everyone understands what that means. And I want to be very specific. It's not just about a severity of evil. It's very technical in what they're doing, who's doing it, and how they're doing it. But I mean, more broadly, look, Charlie, when it comes to the FBI raid and I think kind of forgotten, but just a significant the seizure of congressman Scott Perry's phone, this is not a matter of a red line crossed by the bad guys. Because as I lay out in my book, that was crossed March 2020. Okay, and somehow the conservative movement slept through the last two and a half years, which is bizarre. I mean, COVID fascism, January 6th, and then Ukraine, that was all part of it. But this is more an IQ test whether we have crossed our own line. It's an IQ test for the conservative movement. Will this finally motivate us to change our strategy and what we do politically?

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Jim Hanson and Sebastian Discuss Army Gen. Mark Milley's Stupidity

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:58 min | 2 months ago

Jim Hanson and Sebastian Discuss Army Gen. Mark Milley's Stupidity

"Listen to that obese individual, lecturing us on the latest talking points of critical race theory. Play cut. On the issue of critical race theory, et cetera, I'll obviously have to get much smarter on whatever the theory is. But I do think it's important, actually. For those of us in uniform, to be open minded and be widely read, and the United States military academy is a university. And it is important that we train and we understand, and I want to understand white rage. And I'm white. And I want to understand it. I just have to ask you just the obvious question. This is the most senior military official in America, still is the most inefficient in America despite the surrender of Afghanistan and the $80 billion worth of equipment and training left there. How stupid is this man? He just literally said at the Senate hearing. I don't know what CRT is. But it's good and it needs to be taught at West Point. I mean, that is like imbecile. That's a double digit IQ. Am I missing something, Jim? No, I think he must have had a parachute not open at some point and bounced on his head. And the worst thing is, I agree, we should study our enemies. The problem is he's not talking about studying CRT, which is racist and studying these other things as if they were something to be avoided. He's talking about teaching them as doctrine and now what we've done is we've created a military where everybody no longer thinks they're on one team. He's broken them in down by identity politics. So you got your gay wing, you're trans wing and you're black wing and all of this. And everybody now thinks the other person is cheating them. So instead of one teen pulling together where the only color anybody bleeds is green, you've got identity politics, woke garbage and nobody's now scared of the same lunch meat guy there. Also said that China seems to be getting more aggressive. I wonder why.

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How Michael Knowles Got Involved With Fighting for the Truth

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:28 min | 3 months ago

How Michael Knowles Got Involved With Fighting for the Truth

"Outside of this ridiculous book you published, how did you get into this business? Because I know you as a hail fellow well met. I know you as somebody that you can have a great philosophical discussion in a theological, your fellow mackerel snapper like me share a good cigar. So how did you end up when you're not giving lectures for what is it? Young America's foundation, correct? Yes, they run my campus lecture to a few other groups too. Amazing campus. I mean, Ben Shapiro, you know, he could learn a thing or two from you and I hope you'll quote me to him. I say it all the time. But tell us, your backstory, tell me your family background and how you got involved in this, you know, fighting for the truth, Mike. Well, you mentioned that I'm a fellow mackerel snapper, a fellow papist, such as yourself. I was a cradle Catholic, but I was raised in a very liberal environment where a liberal community, you know, in New York. We were, we took the faith seriously at some points, but at other times it was a little more cafeteria style. And by the time I was 13, I would have called myself an atheist. Certainly an agnostic, probably more an atheist. I never went through a particularly liberal phase, little shades of it here and there. But I would have called myself certainly secular atheistic. And one of the rare people who having gone to a very liberal college ended up being radicalized to the right. And then radicalized toward Christianity. But by your fellow students or by professors or both what was it, I'm curious. It was fellow students, and I met a handful who were very, very thoughtful conservatives, not merely the kind of cut my taxes and leave me alone conservatives, but who thought a deeper, more comprehensive way about what it really truly means to be a conservative. And then I met very thoughtful Christians. And you know, a lot of my classmates, I just saw them at my tenth college reunion. I was a little bit of a chilly welcome there from some of my more left wing classmates. But these were generally intelligent people. They probably had a pretty high IQ. But I noticed that there arguments about religion about culture about politics were just so weak compared to the arguments that I was being presented with by my conservative classmates, and certainly by the Christians. And so after a period of, I don't know, a year to three years, intellectually, I was convinced God exists. And once you're convinced of that, then you have to confront the Bible.

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Joe Scarborough: Pennsylvania Republicans Want Results to Be Delayed

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 4 months ago

Joe Scarborough: Pennsylvania Republicans Want Results to Be Delayed

"Joe Scarborough had a conspiracy theory today and I'm not going to play it It's just so stupid even for him He says the Republicans in Pennsylvania the legislature specifically once these election results delayed Unlike in Florida in some of the other states so when they lose they could complain at its fixed As their winning early on Now the problem with Joe Scarborough is not only does he have a low IQ He doesn't know how to read he doesn't know how to research from his bungalow in Jupiter Florida with the misses The formerly meek brzezinski Now make a blazing ski Scarborough Chip off the old block there It was the Democrat governor and the Democrat rogue Supreme Court that changed the election laws of Pennsylvania In Pennsylvania as I said yesterday I grew up where I used to work the precincts we would know the results of the elections by the end of the evening Typically by ten or 11 at night We would know The changes came with the Democrat party in violation of the federal constitution Article two which we've talked about at length and the refusal of the Supreme Court at least four justices to take up the case We have now voter harvesting and Pennsylvania but it was never approved Were you have no signature verification that was never proved Were they expanded absentee ballots That was never proved

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Biden Wanted to Be the Next Franklin Roosevelt

Mark Levin

00:48 sec | 4 months ago

Biden Wanted to Be the Next Franklin Roosevelt

"Because we now have a man in the Oval Office who lit a fuse To blow up our economic system Because he wanted to create a legacy for himself He wanted to be the next Franklin Roosevelt And so he was willing to destroy established traditions And processes and systems and lurch hard left He was desperate for this legacy A man in failing mental health who never had a high IQ or cognitive bone in his head to begin with

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What Business Is Twitter In?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:36 min | 5 months ago

What Business Is Twitter In?

"Twitter the board of Twitter it's a business okay It's not a charity It's a publicly traded company It's not a charity There are charities they register as charities This is not a charity Twitter is a company It is a business If it wants to be some kind of public utility then it should declare itself as such But it's not It is a business that has one of the worst business models I have ever seen Take 40 to 50% of America conservatives you know attack them ban them from your platform and stop them from socially using a social media company How that's a business model is just puzzling to me I mean I've never claimed to have a Stephen Hawking like level of intellect But gosh if you're cracking three digits on the IQ meter you've got to be like wait what That's your business model Do you understand over at rumble right I'm an investor in rumble Like the best day of our lives is when people with followings liberal or conservative come over on rumble and start conversations It's a great day There's a comment section If it's a liberal video conservatives want to comment on it go right ahead If it's a conservative video liberals you want to comment on it go right adley It's a free speech platform Why Because it's a business It's a business They're in the business of providing a platform for speech That's literally what we do But Twitter I don't know what business they're in Do you

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Dr. Robert Malone on the Damage Done to Children of the COVID Era

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:50 min | 8 months ago

Dr. Robert Malone on the Damage Done to Children of the COVID Era

"When I see children being charged with trespassing in Virginia because they refuse to wear a mask in a school that the governor says requires no masks. But the long-term damage, and I'm not talking about cancer patients who weren't treated because of the lockdowns. But I know you're not a child psychologist, but you must talk to your colleagues in those fields. We could be facing decades worth of damage done to future generations. You are exactly right. So to this point, I did have a podcast with a pediatric cardiologist, Kurt mill hound and a child psychiatrist practicing in LA, name Mark MacDonald, you can find that podcast at the unity project online dot com. And Mark in particular is very clear that we have profound damage against our children from these policies. There's measurable loss of IQ in the very young, like 20 points, childhood delays, deep psychological scarring, the state has inserted itself California is particularly egregious in this, not surprise. The state is inserted itself into the family and damage the family. I've had to serve as expert witness in cases where a child was insisting on getting vaccinated and the parents wouldn't allow them. There's this new bill in the state of California to extend the age of consent down to 12. So that they can pressure these kids to get vaccine even when their parents don't want it. The damage here is deep and profound and it's not just cardiomyopathy and it's going to be with us for decades.

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Justin Trudeau Loves Free Speech as Long as It Agrees With Him

The Dan Bongino Show

01:29 min | 8 months ago

Justin Trudeau Loves Free Speech as Long as It Agrees With Him

"I want to play this cut from the Tucker Carlson show last night on Fox where Tucker rips p.m. Justin Trudeau a new one for saying one of the most ridiculous things you'll ever hear from the mouth of a person with it's supposedly three digit IQ who's heading one of the world's major economies Here's Justin Trudeau and how he loves free speech as long as his free speech he agrees with it Check this out listen to Tucker commit at the end I have attended protests and rallies in the past when I agreed with the goals When I supported the people expressing their concerns and their issues Black Lives Matter is an excellent example of that So I'll meet with the people at a rally as long as I agree with their goals As long as they agree with me it's totally fine Like Black Lives Matter Ladies and gentlemen this is what distinguishes us from these radicals on the left We believe in free speech even speech it makes us uncomfortable matter of fact we welcome We welcome the marketplace of ideas We just had Lee strobel on talking about just that because we believe the ideas of freedom and liberty are objective God given rights given west by God that are easy to defend They are easy to defend I don't mean easy to defend in that the generational battle for these principles was easy what I mean is these ideas speak for themselves That's why the left has to tie themselves in knots it's difficult to fight against freedom and liberty People yearn to be free again I can't give this simpler analogy That's why prison is such an awful thing

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Mark Levin: 'The View' Is One of the Worst Programs on Television

Mark Levin

01:21 min | 8 months ago

Mark Levin: 'The View' Is One of the Worst Programs on Television

"One one The view Is one of the worst programs on television It portrays women in a stereographic way as low IQ hardcore lefties doesn't mean to but it does who don't think for themselves group think and a client audience that claps like a bunch of seals There's nothing thoughtful on the program It's provocative That's all it is Those women when they discuss history to the extent that they do have no idea what they're talking about It's like sitting around a table where they're getting drunk off red wine or I don't know I don't know what liberal women do But they come off very poorly very stupidly In very predictably again they create a stereotype that I thought the women's movement was all against Was all against

Sara Haines: 'We Must Have an Even [Supreme] Court' With Another Liberal

Mark Levin

01:37 min | 8 months ago

Sara Haines: 'We Must Have an Even [Supreme] Court' With Another Liberal

"There's sunny Houston woman of the people Living in a huge Manson on several acres Down for the revolution And there's Sarah Haines Who's that Who the hell knows Go ahead Considering the uneven kind of court we have right now It's so important to have an even court right now It must be even What does that mean Who knows Do you have to have an IQ of negative 5 and a half to be on this show I think you do I thank you though Go ahead happening on in a time where we can get another liberal And of course the representation more than anything you pointed out So we can get another liberal on the court you see that's the goal That's all Not to understand the constitution and we just need another It's all about politics It's politics in our science Politics and our doctor's office politics with abortion That's not a life You women you are carrying a baby No you're not carrying another life Why take care of it It's just a choice Just a choice Why eat Well it's just the choice No big deal Go ahead There's only been two black men in Those numbers are How many black men are on the view Mister bid is here Now she doesn't count There are no black men on the view Why is that I mean don't we want it sort of even and even view is to quote the Sarah

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FOX News Reporter Bill Melugin Catches Biden Administration Releasing Illegals Meant for Deportation

Mark Levin

01:23 min | 8 months ago

FOX News Reporter Bill Melugin Catches Biden Administration Releasing Illegals Meant for Deportation

"Particular bill Mulligan and bill Mulligan ME LU gian is a fantastic reporter I don't know him I've never spoken to him but he's a fantastic reporter Fox News reporter this is right scoop Bill Mulligan catches Biden administration mass releasing a legal center supposed to be deported We are lied to constantly and repeatedly by this IQ unhinged phony president And the people with whom he surrounds himself Fox News reporter Bill Mulligan caught the Biden administration transporting a mass releasing single adult illegals most of whom are men by the way into the country even though the law says they must be deported immediately He tweeted we witnessed the federal government mass releasing single adult migrants almost all men and a parking garage in Brownsville Texas taxicabs were then called for them We followed the cabs to harlington airport With a migrants were dropped off to get on flights around the United States According to Mulligan this violates title 42 and CBP so they had nothing to do with that ice as the agency releasing these illegals So they're violating federal

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"iq" Discussed on Beauty IQ Uncensored

Beauty IQ Uncensored

04:23 min | 8 months ago

"iq" Discussed on Beauty IQ Uncensored

"Welcome everybody to beauty IQ the podcast. I'm your host, Joanna Fleming, and I am your co host, Hannah first. Welcome back Matthew. He's still here. Thank you for having me again, Joe. I wish we should be setting expectations maybe I'm gonna be here for a few episodes, I think. Maybe if you had to ball pocket, what do you reckon? Yeah, probably probably a couple more. Yeah, I'm gonna say three. Maybe we shouldn't say that. I just don't want to listen to Joel. How does still away on holidays in Thailand? But Joe, you said that if the listeners on enjoying that beauty IQ experience, they can either message you or they can get a 50% discount off their next Adobe purchase. No, no, no. No. All right. Nope. No questions awesome. How about have you just find me on Instagram? I'm sure we'll be able to work something out. Yeah, you just need to hash it out with anyone who has a problem with you directly. I believe me, I have been doing that already. I just think, you know, this isn't regular beauty IQ, but I don't think that's the worst thing ever. I think, you know, you know, it's like a summer series. It's a summer series. And I think I get different things out of you. I think like was showing a different side of you to the listeners that they may not have known before. Really? Yeah, I'd like to talk about things about we can talk about how you like eating those cheese sticks. I told you that in confidence. What are they the bandwidth shake me? Anyway, didn't you say you ate like 5 to ten a day? Something like that? No, I ate like one a day. And it's only a very new thing. Honey and I were in the supermarket and we were like, oh, remember string is? And then we just board a packet and we just have gone through this so quickly and it just really tasty. Does anyone any other adults without kids in the house? I reckon they're one of the all time top australiana snacks. You know what I mean?.

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Joe Biden Lies About Five Republicans Agreeing With Him in Private

Mark Levin

01:46 min | 8 months ago

Joe Biden Lies About Five Republicans Agreeing With Him in Private

"While ladies and gentlemen you know what Biden spelled backwards as don't you mister producer Ned a bit Ah Biden Which car was it that we wanted to go to Oh cut 22 Yeah That one man out of office Could intimidate an entire party He talked about Obama again Go ahead To take any vote contrary to what he thinks should be taken That's what going on That's not what's going on Low IQ You have done more to unite the Republican Party You Because you have in fact embrace the Marxist elements in your party You say you're not Bernie Sanders Yes you are Yes you are You're Bernie Sanders Paul maybe your AOC In the right light you might even be tallied quite frankly Go ahead You did a primary I've had 5 Republican senators Now here's where he lies You know the guy makes stuff up a he said 5 Republican centers go ahead Talk to me Bump into me quote unquote Or sit with me We've told me that they agree with whatever I'm talking about for them to do But Joe if I do it I'm going to defeat it in a primary Oh yeah right Joe That's what they said to you

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Sen. Chuck Schumer Is 'Disappointed' in Sen. Mitt Romney Over Filibuster Position

Mark Levin

01:09 min | 9 months ago

Sen. Chuck Schumer Is 'Disappointed' in Sen. Mitt Romney Over Filibuster Position

"If you want to have an easy interview and you're a reprobate miscreant or malcontent Or Chuck Schumer who's all three and more You go on the morning Smosh An unserious show with low IQ individuals who couldn't make it anywhere else Not on radio not on TV So listen to this cut 5 go And to blame Joe Biden or Mitch McConnell yesterday we've successfully labeled Trump's false claims about the election the big lie You know he gaslights They all gaslight They say oh it's Democrats who are doing the big lie We're not doing any lies Every single thing that we have pointed to that state legislatures are doing is happening and happening right now So I am disappointed deeply disappointed in Mitt Romney Shut up you idiot And they take pointy and deeply disappointed You big mouth you talk at all sides of your mouth I'm against the filibuster I'm for it I'm against it I'm for it Well it just depends I'm a power hungry

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Pandemic Effects May Have Lowered Baby IQs, Study Says

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:55 sec | 9 months ago

Pandemic Effects May Have Lowered Baby IQs, Study Says

"For just newborn children, new research has found from Brown university that IQ levels are 20 to 30 points lower for new children born during the pandemic than before. It says parents are stressed and frazzled. The interaction of the child would normally get has decreased substantially. The ability to course correct becomes smaller the older that child gets. Perhaps not surprising that children from lower economic families have been the most affected as this resonates with many of the other financial employment and health impacts of the pandemic. You see this is where they're wrong. This is not an impact of the pandemic. It's an impact of our reaction to the pandemic. Those are two totally different things.

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"iq" Discussed on Beauty IQ Uncensored

Beauty IQ Uncensored

02:43 min | 10 months ago

"iq" Discussed on Beauty IQ Uncensored

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"iq" Discussed on Beauty IQ Uncensored

Beauty IQ Uncensored

04:20 min | 11 months ago

"iq" Discussed on Beauty IQ Uncensored

"To people know that we actually recorded the colonic story. I think we did it at the studio back when we were in the studio. We do. I remember analyst you and I'm sorry. I'm just not okay with this. Yeah. And then I think that was very early on. And then we got further along in the journey and I was like, oh, I don't give a shit like whatever. Yeah. Literally. You backed out, you were like, no, this I can't put this out, and then I managed to convince you to talk about how you thought that dirty water was being shot up your bottom. But I was actually speaking to my friend the other day and she's like, oh, I'm constipated so I went to the pharmacy to get an enema. Psycho, I just do them whenever I'm feeling constipated. She's like, I don't wait. Is that midi clay like approved? Just I don't know. Probably not. Just when you constipated, just go grab a name and sway house. Yep. I think so. I think it was chemistry house. The unofficial sponsor of this show. So she was like, did I tell you this story?.

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02:33 min | 1 year ago

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"And did you end up watching any harry potter. We candidate wild. I was sitting at the table. They were like joe was waiting. The joe's putting a paper talent. Hannah's back like dancing. You're up and i'll sit on the couch watching kyaw but yeah well. That's everything you everything you ever wanted. I did live up to your expectations. it truly did. I think when we first saw each other their faces just bamed. When i said hello maura. Well i'm glad to hear that. I feel like that. That wraps up our whole little seriously. We figured out men's skincare. Yup which to be honest. We're talking about men's skincare. But i think what you and i've found is that i mean there's not really too much of a difference between i think a lot of stuff. We'd actually spiking about could be anyone good advice on except for maybe. The only thing that like is specific. I think the we found out to male. Skin-care is that men are typically more earliest having more thick skin. Yeah but anybody can have that type of skinner's talking about thick skin like it's hard to hurt your feelings view and i definitely we've seen some of the comments. He has a mind and let me tell you. We do not have thick skin Mentally sorry thanks a lot matt. You can never say that anyone who has ever in mr biaggi's myself included what's the best in the water anything but when it all came together we made people feel something that was indefinable y- still the same editor via basically wearing. All that's happened is mr pediatric. He was caught fire in always paper jumped on but people will never forget the way you made them feel. There's a chemistry something magnetic between the listeners and ourselves something drawing each other to one another and the love the right and the joy that's coming from the people with those headphones on listening to me. I think that's really what a beauty is and you know i. I'm not great with goodbyes. I don't have a big thing. I just want to quickly end it now. You know as i say. Thank you to show enough giving us wednesday spot. Anyone who's ever listened anyone who's ever contacted us. Thank you so much for taking a chance on two guys. It you know. Rightfully shouldn't be behind the microphones. You what if you're ready eddie. I'm happy for us to wrap up here. Rip off the band aid. Rip off the pimple of speak. Well reminisce. I am it would gates matthew tankard. You've been listening to mr beauty iq.

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02:00 min | 1 year ago

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"Look about one hundred nasa you can tell. I'm paying child support but not shot. You just need to prioritize things obviously But now i really enjoy the process and you know if money was just now object. Oddly the beginning it all the time and it was funny because alex went in there with She she was saying and talking about this idea of preventative by talks and that makes some people squirm people who aren't big fans of the procedures. Think the idea of preventative by talks is ridiculous but so for her she's twenty six. She says this is a way to prevent issues in the future. And you could argue that for me in my early forties like some would say i've started to light like if i was really committed to this i would have been doing it from your goes like as a as a preventative. Measure said familiar was just a couple little wrinkles in your forehead or just saying if anything under your eyes could be a bit a bit of a a lift or had in my forehead and crown and i wasn't really comfortable like i didn't tell them because i just knew it would be content because you wouldn't be doing a good job in radio if he didn't mike that content oversleep so i was just i don't really feel copy bothered with it. I just sorta just like not that. I'm ashamed of donna. But i just i could just do without the twenty minute bit about my buttocks as i probably should tell them and designed purry would have been a bit on on the air but It was like a bit of a personal thing. It wasn't that. I was ashamed of it. But i also in native thousand questions about it. Yeah missiles like come on guys as a pandemic app perspective goes. Yeah but there was no specific thing. I was trying to achieve as more curiosity does. This does this work and actually does like cool. Well all right so yeah. That was that was right. Well look barring. Thank you so much for talking to us tonight. You welcome who are listening in Probably out biggest episode tonight..

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04:13 min | 1 year ago

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"Stephanie. it's missed it. Yeah now there is. There is that there isn't there. There is still that. Because like i played know on the field but a couple of seasons ago saved my might from the foxy somehow got me on the field so the hi whitten legends guy. I literally never kicked a football in my lifelock. Auger up with cricket basketball. I've just loved watching. Afl so spectacular on very knowledgeable. But i literally haven't even got around to going to a park and it literally had not kicked a bowl and then you're on the emc jay. I'm on. I'm out there with some of the legends of the game. Osce myself how this happened. Why is this happened so anyway just for a laugh a thought. Let's at least look as good as possible. It will be even funnier when i played really badly but if i am as fit as can be and if i can. It'll be even funnier when i play like old again. No idea exactly so. I actually for that guy. Go to spray tan. It does a better. it looks great. Wonder why the players don't do it. But but i then might is one of the producers at channel seven has got into bt's lia during the game and at one point. I think it's up online all the mistakes it was described as the worst five minutes of televised football street which wasn't an ideal start but Betas been worded up. What of these produces and at one point just couldn't get any worse. Look i missed one from point blank range and somehow backheeled at the wrong way. fumbled everything and at one. Point is going. Oh i think that's definitely a fresh brighton. On his there was there was some of that going on. There was some of that locker room spray tan clearly. Negative kinda thing going around. It was a punchline to adjust sprite. Tanning that's where it is in that in that world at the moment it's still a good strong punch line for a jerk. Yeah but to be fair though. Like for instance. I put when we had our first episode. Come out. I put it in the group chat with the boys because we interviewed some of the boys for the forty club. And i said all boys new podcast out on skin care for men have listen blah blah blah and one person said that's a massive fine eighty but the rest were actually to my surprise overwhelmingly like actually supportive. What you just said. Then i think is so true. Even someone like my dad. Who's very old school. You know class grew up in john howard's electric of along. That's that's my dad and you know and and of a certain school love him to pieces but doesn't think the same way i think about a whole range of different things when i told him. For example about getting many petty. He's oh well that might be your own. Do that quite enjoys it. Let my dad jeff. Good goodell jeff. Loves to get himself in many petty but he never would have unless it was sort of suggested to him. Oh there was some sort of introduction so aubain minority but if if you talk about something and say hey. I've had a good experience with this. So this mo- mice. 'cause oh yeah you're still get a bit of that around the place. But yeah i think it's lessening for sure. Yeah yeah and you'd say the same goes for treatments in general as well so you've had experience with Injectables that right. Yeah and and i'll do it again. Frankly and this is a plea to other sponsors. That would like to get involved in the bar and cook show It's not cheap to get this stuff. So certainly the more corporate involvement..

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03:16 min | 1 year ago

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"Hi i'm my own person. I'm gonna do. I want to do now. Is telling me how to look. And that would have been i guess in my mid to late twenties. Yeah well i find what you said interesting before about coming from vanity perspective so a few weeks ago matinee got actual skin. Scans done with i. Scanned showed us how much exposure we had and we were. We were like to wear face. Had been damaged so much from lack of sunscreen over the years and that's confronting it is because it's the health of your skin but for me personally because the one thing i've taken away from this parties sunscreen everyday if nothing else but that's only because the scheme scan also showed us literally how much else skin will start to sag the next few years if we continue on the course run so the main motivation for me. Personally i gonna look. Let's look rally asking health. Yes or does it does come back to that in the end i think for a lot of guys. Well yeah if mains to an end. Isn't it in a way if the outcome is healthy doesn't really matter if your motivation is shallow one hundred percent and i think that's a perfect segue to us talking about spray tanning in general because as we've been learning yet. There's pretty much no no amount of deliberate. Tanning considered safe is what we've been finding out but obviously a lot of people are still going to want to be tanned so bray. Tanning seems like the only safe way of going about that. What's you're doing with that like. Do you often spray tan. And what is the actual process of getting a spray tan. Sometimes just go in because it just gives you this lift in mood like especially if if you've got my sort of complexion and you just want to like feel a bit good you just get this spray tan and you just you just come out and you feel a million bucks you like. How much better do i look and might anybo- any beefy is self n-normally it's an event. So if i was doing television like something like the spring con of alum channel. Seven if i was in the birdcage. You've got your on. You gotta the barbershop mike show. That's clean as possible and then you get a sprite. Ten after the barbershop of course because they spray tan your scalp as well because if you've got a skin fade you got the whole head has to be the roy school to soga blend in so normally might be an event like that. Will you just need to you. Need to your best for on camera. But sometimes it's not and i would go into skin four. It was apply. So i often go to in south melbourne. And go in there. And amy was in there. And you go in and that'd be like what's the event and you're embarrassed to go. There isn't one. I'm just getting his brighton. Zuma's assumption this this law so that the process is normally. If i've got an event coming up i would get one done Day or two before but sometimes you might just get one absolutely no at your well. That's the thing because in the foot pain that i play in. You know we've got like if what you expect like affiliates like you give away free kick you have to roll the dice. So yellow down. By all the punishments that training and your role the dos and one of the one of the punishments is gets brighton. And that's all the one ball set of everything. Everyone always commercials doing the spray tan. Hang on so it's a punishment. Yeah might be odd. They'd be like clangers. The ground own short set to win the game. Time always put her down the food. Hi.

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02:52 min | 1 year ago

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"But he. He's not a big fan of any sort of skincare. Where you sort of scraping. Liz skin off like that to him is like the devil. That's like oh my god. what are you doing. How can you do that so it was all about sort of noninvasive products. That don't peel anything awful or do any of that. Sort of stuff and You know a lot of organic ingredients. That's used for a long time. It felt right whether it was a placebo effect on ought to use a cleanser and some of that stuff. I don't do it enough but. Spf has will. Yeah should be doing that every day. Direction that something. It just needs to be a habit an even. May i've i've even had a history of some some skin. Kansas as one of my neck that had to be cut out of had a few issues fairly pale complexion. So i should just be doing that from a health standpoint. Anyway and Everyone's ways by that again. Ah should be doing it more. But that's something else that i'm conscious of. I wanted to ask you about like. I don't think either of us really feel like the stigma or embarrassed or anything about using skincare. I feel like the biggest barrier between men and taking care of their skin. Health is just a lack of interest in it because it's not particularly marketed towards man directed at them. So what motivated you to start getting into this. And how old were you when you began. This might not be the right motivation would vanity would part of it and i think an marquez and it's not a deliberate and some of them is stick about it but it's just the way that my life has played out morelos to serious relationships have been with girls significantly younger than me. That's just how it's out. And i think my vulnerability you kind of you wanna stay as as young and healthy and fit as you can for for them as well as for yourself so probably a really got into it or married at a fairly young. I an was divorced. I have a child in the us and he lives with his mom. I him all the time. Zephyr i well. Obviously it's been hard the last year but video calls every day and very active in his law. But but that divorce when i came out of that for example. My ex wife. I'm still on very good terms with But she loved me just looking like some sort of mountain man what she just loved like big long on kip bid and big hair. And wasn't that a spot but when when we divorced. I knew i'm like i'm embassy. Would hide the idea of may having a really nicely like like a crew. Cut like don nicely at a barbershop. She would hide the idea of like faded bid or or doing skin case. I like watch this. And so i just literally does my this decision of like. I'm gonna look the why oil when i look at our now. Have someone telling me how. I need to look ends. Are that was probably my turning point of taking an interesting skin care and in presentation it was so it wasn't spiteful but it was more..

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04:55 min | 1 year ago

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"I think that puts you right into the conversation and in fact that was much heralded around the world. You didn't realize when. I was in london and los angeles that monday night slot programs would air check what you guys were doing. That would apply to us and say look. This is fresh. This is where things are at. This is what you need to go with your show. So so in many ways on it to be speaking to you eddie and matthew. It's my honor. Alpine was so glad that i mean. I wish we knew that when we're recording to see how many people listening maybe would have got another one. Listen you got. That was my boss so well done well done but look. I'm actually on that topic. We'll get to skincare and whatnot in a second. But i'm you've obviously got punked out now. The bar in cook shy. How was the transition. I guess going from ready to podcasting in. Do you have any advice for a couple of young bucks on their way up or down the dishes. So you think your career. Is it a fork in the road. Moment think on your podcast could be hitting down Look actually answered a bunch of questions. And i think got myself in a bit of trouble. Somehow it didn't mean to but just as a twenty fifth episode milestone because for may twenty four episodes seem like a big deal. At least for me is probably nothing for anyone else but i thought high twenty five episodes in which means twenty five weeks in. Let's do an episode. Where you just ask me anything and so i just took questions in that were completely uncensored or just ask. The questions are the instagram or got a bunch of the mondays. Answer them so this. This came up quite a bit. A lot of people were wondering how the transition is. And it's it's a strange one. Because on one hand creatively. I can do anything i want. And that's why. I left because after twenty years of doing things everyone else's way and that doesn't mean it's not the right way but it's just someone else's way you feel like you there ought to maybe have a say a full cy in the creative process and i don't expect to have a full say when you're in a team environment so so there's nothing wrong with that. But i was just ready to do things my way. And i think for example last year l. show was in the middle of a tough climate in melbourne. Where you normally escapism. Fm fun and you stuck in the middle of the and in our case a look down one of them went for over one hundred days and you sort of trying to find your way as a shower going away a lot relief. Do we deal with it all. And so i don't know in the middle of that pandemic felt like you know what. Maybe this is the time to to do my own thing. I make less money now. I work probably five to ten times as hard in terms of hours. But i'm absolutely loving. It goes like..

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02:26 min | 1 year ago

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"Yeah it's talking away. Okay i say dreams mate and he goes. Oh jesus crosses mushrooms. Thanks very good. I said no white. And i point to a little dinghy by the say. Might you get in that. you'll be catch up to your drains. By by the time it gets the best right. You're gonna be able to catch. Spent how fast. He gets a little bit different. Yeah i'll be long gone at that point when he gets in and i say you've done your beat you give me your keys in your wallet so we make sure that i'm for safe keeping and their phone as well just to make sure it doesn't fall overboard but are you up to in this hypothetical situation and then i say go forth my son i put them in the dean and i am you who money. Well i've been wearing gloves. The whole tom as well. Yeah good smart. Yeah you know what i am. I was editing a video from the youtube channel. That with a lady named amelia. She's the one that does the freyer videos and got me interested in fro. You know what she does with her skin care. And i can take a gander that all the all the big dogs in adobe do as well. She puts a lot of her creams and stuff in a little mini fridge and called ready for the feis. Would we ever try that tarik. Will you know why they do that. I mean i did it at the video. She did explain but it's going from well. People find a dedicated space to put their skincare products. Because it's usually not a good idea to leave open skincare products in your bathroom. Because i'm not trying to get blue here a low brow but because he had next to a toilet. Yeah there's a lot of stuff in the air and you don't not getting into skin care products this is just a if got paypal. Come every house a partner a friend a relative whatever it is just have the common decency to clean bathroom a bit like i don't even want to speak in span but like just rubbed down the pole someone the bid upon clain. You take your at the point now where you taking care of your skin and your face which is awesome but now the rest of.

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05:33 min | 1 year ago

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"Ufo across your face and neck distributing mask essence evenly. Allow your mind and body to slowly awaken as the red d. and a chantel warmth. Prepare your skin to receive the full benefits of this complex. So that's kind of how it works at talks to give you instructions of how to rub it on your face and it's just really soothing. Music it heats up it. Won't it feels so nothing your face for a ufo. You've got a friend for life this all the time. Friend of the mr. Bdo pod officials eddies and matt. And i can tell you. One guys met us to use this a few times and i've always said there's no way i'm reading his skin touch this awesome. Great all right well with that. Let's get to the products. We didn't know you needed the product. I didn't know i needed is actually a hedera now. I don't usually use hedge rise because they give me like they my hair. Looks like a judge. Judy but this one is different. And i want to get this out of the early. It is really expensive. It's five hundred and fifty dollars and would actually use the product called. It's called the dyson supersonic now for those who listening dyson of course is from vacuum fame but turns out the could we the air with the total flowing sucking blowing that just matter the heavy hitters and in theme with the rest of our podcast. We don't really know anything about the science of heck care where we're not experts in any of this. There will be a ton of technical reasons as to why this hedera has the price point that it has the main thing i do know about the is the combination of it has like this digital motor inside. That's able to push out really powerful airflow but also has inbuilt hate monitor to make sure you don't get extreme heat damage hair so pretty much. Quick drying without the expense of extreme heat damage. But anyway as i said. I never really use head rise. I've never really thought of those things before. The actual reason as to why i've been using it is because i actually liked the way that it makes my hair look so prior to this. My process with my hair would be showering towel drying to an extent and then letting it dry naturally and just hoping that it says well. But with the dyson you can actually simulate that natural ryan look or any look that you want because it comes with these magnetic styling attachments that suit different hairstyles..

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04:40 min | 1 year ago

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"The instagram. Taking skin dot com for my website. Get confused. thanks guys so now that we've learned a little bit more about professional treatments eddie. I wanted to speak a bit about the at home treatments. You and i have been doing. Yeah now as teagan said these really. Don't compare to the benefits. You can get from a professional and getting a professional treatment done of course but that being said i have been using the skins tutut enzymatic micro appeal to soothing microbes volume. I put mine on just before eddie before you went in iran recording. This just post run for you I wanted to give you the space to it. As we've been learning expulsion removes the dead skin cells of the top layer of your skin and having those dead skin cells build up on the top of the skin and makes skin phil ruffin dry so exfoliating just makes the skin look more healthy and radiant and also makes the smooth as well and this is why i was saying during these treatments. Leveling up your skincare. It's because your skin improves. How easily the products you use. Penetrate your skin and get in there and do what. They're supposed to do how. I feel what this is really different basic skincare. Walk me through it. You know what i did what. The instructions are is a player smooth film to a clean dry phase and wreck and leave for five fifteen minutes. I did that. I started feeling not gonna lie a bit of burning pretty immediately. Got a bit nervous about that but i just sort of stuck with it. Washed it off my face pretty red especially around the bottom of the is kind of the cheeks area. And you know this is. It's kind of like puts it on perspective like the other skincare. We've been doing. Yup that's just talking cleanser moisturizer spf. That's just like the basic taking care of your skin every day. Yup this is kind of like the patrick. Bateman american psycho sort of like feeling. You know what i mean like doing this on your face. I mean it's definitely like you're at the next level. But i mean i'm super into this and impressed with how it works. You see the results pretty immediately. And as i said you can definitely feel it when you apply it but this one is actually sensitive and dry skin types. So if you're keen on trying and at home pill but your concerned with how your skin will handle it. I definitely recommend this one. And i can only imagine the types of results you'd gets with the stronger ones as well but eddie you've been using something real high tech. Well guys got here my hand and then i'll be talking about what comes to mind mass treatment to the beautiful line in the song cigarettes and alcohol by isis. And it just simply guys. Is it my imagination. Or vi- finally found something worth living for. And that's truly what's happened with what i have here. Which is the farrar varieties brand. Ufo toy so ferrario..

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05:30 min | 1 year ago

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"And i mean this is a very fundamental question but actually have no idea what it is. A facial what's involved in that and why someone get one every place. We'll do them differently. So for me personally. Always start off with a double cleanse. Get the skin nas and clancy working with fresh skin. And then depending on what that person's concerns also just say a guy comes in and he's like okay. I've never really done anything before. My skin just feels like dirty. I get oily and i get some like dry patches around my beard then we might start off with exfoliating for the dry patches a bit of day for any redness do some extractions across the nose put a bit of a mask on and then that's it so i basically do whatever i can fit in sixty minutes. Some some clinics will have specific treatments with certain particles that they follow it. So just depends on where you go but it's usually just sixty minutes of doing a whole bunch of different stuff to get skin looking the best that can see that this is going to make me sound. Really silly. Generally thought like a facial. I didn't know it was like an umbrella. Broad term bunch of names. I thought it was like a species. Yes ain't i pretty much just like a general like recovery. Yeah yeah so. It's it's depending on what you want to focus on. So i do peels in my custom. Facials la extractions. Michael jim abrasion so like all. Those terms that you would have heard floating around can be included in a facial- facial is a very very broad term. It's not really defining any specific treatment. It's just treatments at the face. Could another question mosques. These things confuse me because we're learning a lot about mosques lightly. Matinee and i was under the impression that mosques were pretty much only things you want to get bullies and put on your face. Supermarkets markets and stuff like a shape mass. Yeah exactly yeah. But however i've got a ferrari. Ufo turn which i am so eternally grateful for. It's probably the probably my most valuable possession. Assad from a report. I got from my grade. One teacher back in two thousand in which he called me a little ray of sunshine. That's big i praise. I've got seven yards that matt and anyway my question is can you shed some light on. What mosk sexually There seems to be different kinds of. What's the go. Yes so i would say a mask would refer to something whether it's a shape mask a cream gel something that you apply to the and apply all over something that you kind of leave on the skin for a specific amount of time. Then remove it. I would say that kind of covers most things. So like a moisturizer. You would leave on overnight some cream. Moscow can leave on. The mosques are intended to be applied for ten to twenty minutes. And then you take it off and they can treat hates different things on the topic of led light therapy. So can you explain to me what that is. Obviously i've got in my variety..

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05:26 min | 1 year ago

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"Thanks so much for coming on thanks. I'm so excited to be here for the third time. I'm just an absolute regular on this podcast on on loving it well. It's huge like listeners of the regular q. On said show will be familiar with you as you said. You've been on a few times and you've also been all over adores instagram and youtube channel as well maybe for the new listeners. Can we hear a little bit about who you are and what you do yes i i have a clinic in brunswick west co- taking back dot skin and my instagram taking dot. Skin is where i share. All my skin. Tips products demos of different treatments. Anything skin related happens on that page. So yeah i've been doing this for god six years now and you look at obsessed with skin just like everyone else on this podcast eddie and i have been doing. We're doing four episodes where we learn about male skincare. and right. now we're in episode three. So i think it's pretty safe to say that a pretty experienced with operating a very high level of housley. Yeah what's my my clinic. You guys are going to start taking over. Well we've been learning about You know what to do with your skincare at home but we wanted to take it to the next level and learn what the professional treatment realm has to offer. Yes what some of the most common professional treatments men come in for. And how do they differ from the treatments that we can do ourselves at home. Yes so i mean any man can have any skin treatment. The skin treatments appeals and needling. They don't recognize if it's milo famous skin so it really just depends on the concern that you have so i would say pretty common concerns that guys come in for like acne scarring have done a lot of needling guys with acne scarring. Some guys just one extractions like they just feel like the skins a bit clogged black heads in the noise and they need a bit of help getting that stuff out but it really just depends on what you wanna trade anything is available to a man that's available to a woman basically and in terms of the difference between what you can do at harm. It's with any professional treatment or device. It's just a lot stronger in clinic you need to be professionally trying to use the device those devices so is obviously going to be much more mild us a friendly version of what we doing clinic so the stuff you can do. It harm is great between treatments. But i wouldn't say completely supplement the professional treatments altogether. It's good to do a bit of both. I'm interested in what you said there..

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03:11 min | 1 year ago

"iq" Discussed on Beauty IQ Uncensored

"Welcome everybody to mr. Be the podcast. I'm your host matthew tanker co host. David gates okay. I'm talking to you the listener this episode three at a four episode series. We're on the back nine after this wig on that. We're not gonna be here to help you anymore. Granted the vdi iq podcast will still be in full effect yet. But we're not going to be here to help you your either into your out now matt if you could give any message to guy listening. And he's like. I still don't really care about skincare after listening to the two episodes mr. Bdo hugh what would you say. Well there's a door. I'd say there's plenty of the podcast you can listen to. Yeah yeah there's a lot of true crime podcast and maybe talk about one day about how you guys committed the ultimate crime of not taking care of what those that are still here still listing. God i say this sincerely west so grateful to the people. Actually listen to this show. Yeah wonderful people. You'd take a chance on us and to everybody else. We also didn't mean anything that we just said. Yeah of course. I was emotional and angry and i took it out on on you guys. My family totally it. Should we do a quick recap of what we've lengths. I found the podcast eddie. That's a great idea actually. Okay matt. i'm going to do some quickfire questions. i want. you just one sentence to answer them. Okay what's the cleanser do it. What is your face. What are the moisturizer. Do it hydrates. And what isn't an spf to protect you from the sun. And what are they all do it together. Well makes me long happy and beautiful life and with that. Let's get into the upside matt. What's on the agenda today. Speaking with teagan. Mac dot skin or jays. Wasn't she a pleasure to speak to incredible. We're talking about professional treatment. So we're leveling up from just justice. Skincare do at home. Yes those who are wondering what actually happened when you go to get a facial or something like that in a fund out all those little bits and pieces and we're gonna be comparing it with the at home treatments we've been doing as well and the products we didn't know we need it. Well before we get any further matt. Yeah i have to apologize to you. Okay i was quite routes you in last week's pus. Especially the first hickman had had a lot of issues. Come up in my personal life. And i took a new on air which is very unprofessional. Unprofessional two cents. One as a podcast with you as you best might now. We love each other. We love loss. Okay you'd agree with that. Are you referring to when you were yelling at me about. Not wearing us in the moment. Yeah and also the other thing that i had to go i do. Am retainment pm. Yeah yeah and also you. that's look and granted. are getting mad. Granted apology while you're still in the rot. Can understand why. I said what i said but i can understand that. You didn't like how i said. Yep and you know what we've only got two more episodes to go at it with a look at the person on the street walking with their friend or their partner. Nothing well if they only knew what i have to go home to a little bit of a insight into my life ladies and gentlemen i get to live with my best friend day anyway. We have a podcast that we do together. I just every day. I wake up i yes another day with him.

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"iq" Discussed on Beauty IQ Uncensored

Beauty IQ Uncensored

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"iq" Discussed on Beauty IQ Uncensored

"That concludes our second episode. Two episodes already goes pretty quick. Doesn't it yeah. Yeah via the line is drawn. The curse it is cast the slow one now will lightening fast and i do want to put the call out as well for everyone to find the adobe page on instagram. And send him about any questions. You might have about skincare. Miles can get anything you want. We'll be going through them all in one of these episode of shore. But that's you found a cleanser. Eli eddie you look like. You've been feeling pretty happy with yourself lately physically absolutely. I think i'm probably. I haven't been this a handsome i reckon since comparatively when i was sixteen i was i was really a good looking young guy and there was obviously difficult years after that but right now physically feel great. I'll say this the other day. I felt internally not like right. I've noticed that. Joe has been if i'm not taking as many as my calls i was going to say. Obviously we had the whole issue with you know for those listening interstate. Where melvin right now. So we are in lockdown. That's put my plans to go to see harry potter and the child. Jonah and hannah on hold. I suggested we do a virtual movie night so basically i'll send them by a one hundred dollars ubereats voucher and then we'll get a call and watch maybe the loss of a student same time. Hannah say has taken the rates about cha and said tentative to the event i made for the three of us on facebook joe took the ubereats voucher but hasn't viewed the event yet on face mind but into this on the event. No well. there's your answer actually. Joe hasn't been answering my calls. I know for a fact that she has to approve this episode. So i'm sorry. Matt we'll have to leave this in. Maybe he come out in editing jari. Can you please let me know if you can make the harry potter and the stone viewing next tuesday because if not we'll you've taken the voucher now says nothing. I can do there. But i might need a just. Just let me know you have to make that the ultra but get. Let's see guys next. Week is really good. Definitely get to subscribe to the beauty. I q uncensored stream liberal review and tell you friends and let us know any questions you have about men's care.

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"iq" Discussed on Beauty IQ Uncensored

Beauty IQ Uncensored

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"iq" Discussed on Beauty IQ Uncensored

"Can i think it was called a scan and we were operating under the impression that we had zero issues with skin because we couldn't see any obvious concerns at an eye level but what we found out. Is that eddie. Nine of both we have more. Uv damage than ninety percent of the population. It said like of people our age which might be. Because we're in australia. I think but do you think that the same would go for a lot of men particularly young men if they can't cosmetically see any issues with the skin and skin k. isn't necessarily always traditionally marketed towards them. That they don't care to take care of their skin until problems become a lot more apparent. Yes so a really good point. I mean the first thing is we live. We live in a stray so naturally a very outdoorsy population. We love our sport. So i think the first thing to say is yeah. As a nation we actually received much more damaging uv radiation than many other countries around the world. So what. i don't think we realize that from a very young age we're being exposed to the sun's beneficial effects but also it's harmful effects in the form of uv..

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