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Gabriel Iglesias - SAS CLASSIC

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Gabriel Iglesias - SAS CLASSIC

"Thank you for listening to this podcast one production available on apple podcasts and podcast one. This episode of stevenson show is brought to you free today by our friends at better line dot a._g. Here we are the start of september and that means it's football time. Now is a great opportunity to get in on a tremendous sports betting accident n._f._l. And college football and football don't do it for you get hip to what's going on in major league baseball and the u._f._c. get into mix but online dot a._g. The and use promo code podcast one for fifty percent. Welcome bonus bet online dot a._g. Your online sportsbook experts exclusive partner of podcast. One sports net following program is a podcast one dot com production. He started in a small town in texas worked as hats off to become one of the most famous wrestlers of all time. We're going to take care of business tonight. And that's the bottom line and now he's dominating the world of on demand audio uh-huh and he's doing it for the working man. This is a damn good outlook for miniscule the bullshit off my brain. This is steve austin on the league sleet to another classic still steve austin show every week. We're bringing out some of the most requested episodes of the podcast from behind the archives. We have another great in for you this week and here's my producer shown to tell you all about it. Hello and welcome to another classic episode of steve austin. Show it is producer. Sean with another great episode of the podcast is that you may not have heard the first time around but here it is for your listening pleasure. It is episode number one twelve the return of gabriel iglesias original air date made. I i two thousand fourteen. This episode does feature comedian superstar worldwide superstar gabriel iglesias on the podcast. I believe it is his second time. As a guest on steve austin show <hes> he appeared on a much earlier episode as one of the things was single double digits suggests that he was on and he show up a little bit later but this is the second time he's on he is <hes> with fellow comedian jerry rocha as they hang out with steve at three seventeen gimmick street to talk about a whole lot of things is the wild episode and definitely was up to the unleashed moniker of the podcast so but the kids the bed <hes> <hes> if you don't want them to hear every single dirty word in the book but yeah gabriel jerry steve they have a crazy time talking about wrestlemainia thirty wrestlemania thirty just happened a month prior to this so they <hes> do talk a little bit about that as well as some fantasy booking. They have some fun putting together. Some <hes> would be scenarios also talking about john sina vices k. fehb fluffy as he is also known as a gabriel iglesias cut a promo on c. M. punk at fluffy does give his ideal w._b._z. Opponent that he <hes> wishes to square off against so we'll have to stick around and through the episode for that answer and they also give steve a lot of crap for not properly recording the podcast i believe is was the episode prior briar that gabriel was on and him and his crew hung out with stephen steve forgot the press record for the majority of it and so they had a record a bunch of it so i bet that was a lot of fun for everybody on site but yeah they do give steve a lot a lot of flack for that so good times all around also you're gonna dig gabriel real as a guest coming up on this coming tuesday's episode of straight up steve austin steve mentioned that on the tuesday show and he just had the man becky lynn sean with a quick the ending to the episode if you haven't seen online yet but gabriel iglesias will be a guest i believe this coming week and if this episode an indication of the report that steve and gabriel have you guys will be in for treatment so because dig it all right this steve austin history. I don't have a lot to report today. Being a september ever fifth but stuff i do report pretty wild first office start off in nineteen ninety-one for w._c._w. In augusta georgia it's clash of the champions sixteen sixteen has a remote rural properly <hes> yes sixteen fall brawl. This is the o._g. Fall brawl if i'm not mistaken and i do remember actually watch in his life life when it aired steve had a busy night he was in a battle royal a fifteen man better royal that was won by elegant after he eliminated oz steve austin did have an elimination he did throw out tracy smothers of the young pistols at the time but he ended up eliminating himself along with barry windham. They both fill out the ring together. Steve did not win the battle royal but he did. What a match later the night where does w._b._z. Champion steve austin along with lady blossom defeated w w six man tag team champion tom zinc. I don't remember him being the six man tag ship for who else who was with at the time was it was pistols but yes steve austin defeated. Tom zink thank yous. The old finish from the randy savage tito santana intercontinental title change where austin was being picked up in back suplex by tom zinc and austin in the middle of the move hit. Tom zink with a foreign object so that's what happened. In one thousand nine hundred nineteen ninety-two check this out in endow texas at the sport atari him steve austin defeated dose w t._v. Champion ricky steamboat a non title match that is the match result but in my research at the history we have w._b._z. Dot com there was a report at the very top of this entry said an elderly man who attended shows at the sport aurium for thirty years tried to shoot. I'm jake roberts. I wonder if steve has any stories about that. Maybe he remembers that because that sounds like a wild incident and i wonder what was going through the locker room at the time when that happened but that's your day and steve austin history for september fifth coming up after the break we are going to hear from gabriel iglesias on classic episode of the steve austin show. Are you ready to push the football n._f._l. Season kickoff this happening this week and it's time to get in on all the exciting action all of us here at podcast broadcast one yet again competing against each other in the hashtag sports net challenge and if there's one thing i know for certain the kid here is gonna stop mudhole competition shack adam corolla kill sunan. You've all been put on notice. Here's what we got for the kickoff weekend and the n._f._l. Packers at the bears man. I gotta go bears falcons at the vikings boy. That's a tough call. I'm gonna would falcons rams at the panthers man. I'm i'm going rams. 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Only some exclusions apply see store for details these steve austin on onto fluffy roles in this time. You've got a different policy. You've got a couple of different cats you done shit can't arrested the crew. What have they pushed. I'm happily married like motherfucker and lobbying. Come over here with all these shenanigans ruined. My marriage got their los changeless clippers and all that we get to that because we talked about an hour ago who knew proof. What's i guess it's not that over the new crew i mean this is this is jerry. This is one of the guys that's always on the road and over here. This is richard. He's the general manager of the comedy club year. Hermosa beach which is about ten muslim from a broken skull ranch satellite man speaking of magic tricks can make motherfucker disappear right now i ah podcast ever so we've been having a hell asics conversation and then of course i hit the wrong button so it didn't record any shit. I'm go back to fluffy. Fluffy guy dot com gabriel iglesias his website and it's a wonderful website and this bird in iraq. It's got all the latest greatest glaciations doc to he's on the road. He's he's making movies. He's making money up in this bitch wherever he goes everything turns to green the smell money so anyway i was on your website and you've got a little thing right here in the middle is listening to right now. Y'all go to fluffy guy dot com. There's a little thing in the military square question mark did you know and so you try to reduce motherfuckers just like a while ago i drink a couple of speed stacks for flood the chemo algebra crunched tunein snorted motherfuckers so i could be on the same level gable glasses wanna funniest fastest cats in the world so here we go did you know and these questions questions and a little bit of four one one on gabriel iglesias. If you google the word fluffy gables at the top of the search results he's even listened before. I didn't get a chance to penetrate it. Did you know gable able is an avid bowler. You can often catch him at the lanes cable runs zone social networks so replied actually was snuff. It's fluffy who did it. I finish out when gabriel has performed an outfit. He stays home <unk> homes. When the bus stops moving gabriel okay finish out gearless bent over four thousand dollars performed onstage performing twenty four hours a day for over dude. I'm reading fastest. I am i am not speed. Stack is kicking it hard so tell me what's up. I mean i'm not gonna say einstein. I do not know how howie equals m._c. Squared but i assume it does but i ain't stupid so i read these mother fuckers gave so. Why don't you slow this thing down to help her brother out. I'm going to get the guy that designed the website. That's drinking. The same stuff you're drinking to slaughter was your i'll put my foot in his ass i really would i ruined the name issue. I'm wearing flip blobs flip flop in his ass if he was here today i met him too. Because we had launched yeah we did. What's his name landlord. Otas motherfucker down with that being said the rest of the website is kick ass user friendly. You gotta go to the evelyn woodhead speed reading. Course i understand his mouth. Hey question all over the world you own tour. We've been talking about alaska. You said you're going up to alaska and a couple of weeks. You've been here before we was talking about catching salmon and chasing bears and stuff like that season bears question is do you ever go down to mexico go city and do or anywhere in mexico and do your show and spanish straight up question. I will not cross the border not anytime soon just dangerous very dangerous. That's right now. I'd rather go iraq. People getting kidnapped left and right going to mexico actually people gaga so we talk from dallas texas originally my name's gerry rotate. Hello hi thank you for having me. I i'm from dallas texas my whole family's from laredo so when i was a little kid my great grandpa used to take me across the border to the level at which is right there there and he would get his haircut and i would go with them. Three years old four years. I would play soccer with kids on the street and it was safe. You'd be like go ahead and i looked. I mean i'm mexican. I look jewish jewish. I looked white is shit when i was a kid so i mean now. There's no way i would survive two seconds and i mean yeah it's we would go across the border about four or five five years ago right before you need a passport to cross over and we would go and i'll never forget my family and i went across one eight six seven years ago and there's this woman just middle of some you know how to get down in south that area in the middle of the summertime and she is wrapped in ponchos and she has a cup out waiting for donations looked in the couple's empty and she you just whistled when she saw us and that was it and i thought that was her way if they give me a hand but nobody was giving ernie bread and then we come back the next day and i just thought let me just i don't know why but instead of looking at her when she whistled i just happened to look and three dudes pop their heads out of the corner of a building and they marcus so she tells them who the americans are who the tourists are who are coming over and they have one little mikhail in all the little market no laredo that you can walk around as a man if you go outside of that you are on your own and that's what the <hes> there was a guy on mounted on a jeep with a machine gun just one of those giant to kill the fucking predator machine guns and just there there and just kind of looking around waiting for sit there and lose like man. We probably shouldn't be coming back here anymore. It got rick written. So what was the year where you use a pretty streetwise wii cat. When how old was you when you notice that they was marking out the americans it was it was at that day. It was hell were you. That was not that long ago it was. I never go back. It was about six years ago. We used to go all the time and then it just kind of became. Don't go because my my my whole family. My grandmother's house is about a mile from the border and that won't be we'll be hanging out. Don't worry concerning like oh. We're gonna hang out with my family in laredo. I'm like no we'll be mother but my grandmother's there's house it used to be in this nice old neighborhood and now i mean starting about ten twelve years ago every night you you hear gunshots. You know you'll hear sometimes machine. It's crazy and it's all from across its yeah but man we should go down there because man you'll grow done an edna victoria area down the road to the right and gobert man get loaded up on corona's drink like osama bitch by some cowboy hats ponchio and come on back and but that's what we did go down south padre across rows wherever these days not so much but you know man we filmed i filmed out three. She's redneck island over there and yard area and shoot to mexico has that's nice but you're talking about border town. The border towns where it gets bad. I'm getting interior ballgame but yeah man and see my ranches one hundred six miles from laredo so a lot of people don't understand. It's a little hectic down there. Won't you get inside. It's a beautiful country. Yeah there are a lot going on over. It's scary yeah. Do you remember because we i mean i of course i was born in dallas. I remember when the house probably the mid to late eighties when those college kids got killed and not a morals you remember the name was familiar. Universe texan marquel royal yeah that was kinda got like that was kind of the beginning of much stuck with me. It's yeah fourteen. Okay yeah yeah that was that was scary fluffy back to you. Would you take away from a kid getting killed. I mean how do you say when we go to dance and that's my clock. That was my fault. Sorry but that's your question going to mexico to do shows is it's not in my <hes> and my future anytime some no no case just skip mexico just <hes> as far as you ever. Would you ever do shows in spanish. I have my shows in spanish and oh you unfortunately my spanish is not as as good as i'd like it to be. Carry a conversation. I can order food i can i can follow along with anything that's on t._v. Or the radio and then sing along but when you're carrying a conversation with someone whose first language is spanish and you realize just how much you sound like selena. He's just you know like in the interviews. You've got those guys that are like a hardcore gillian miles an hour. Is he going to listen then. You're in and you're like you sound super wide on those stations <unk> out yummy yum oh gabrielle so it's no no i'll keep an englishman. That's where the money's at you sent me a text message last night. She's going to be hermosa. Beach sabet two miles from my crib here in m._d._r. Marina del rey. We're going to go back over this. When you los angeles. Every little city got initials the m._d. Are is marina del rey from here the people out there all over the world now you come from l._b._c. l._b._c. long beach long beach california so you're gonna be right my neck of the woods. I was going to go down and see you. How did this show show show. Show a sold out. Show gonna have the last tuesday of every month so anybody that's an l._a. You wanna see me work out my stuff. People say you know how do you come up with material and stuff. That's the show where everything happens for the first time where you hear me working stuff out. You know it's eighty percent of the shows. His eyes is and then twenty percent is like wow. He better not try that again. Hey tell me about the feeling of that on stage because you know being back in the squared circle. You know you do something you listen to the response and you gauge mac address. That's how you make your next move. So all of sudden you throw out attorney like mark that one down to do again breath but does it take you off your rhythm. No the great part with with standup is for me. If i say a joke and it doesn't get anything i make fun of the fact that i can't believe i just said that to the people are make fun of the fact that the joke tank right and that will always get a laugh silver lining in the dark cloud would be pushed the record button stubborn. My my problem is i get stubborn if i believe in joke and it tanks the first time out. I'm like fuck. I'm trying it again. I'm gonna i'm gonna give it a shot. Do you ever do that or is it the same show magazine the same show. I'll turn it into a five minutes later all right. Let's try this as didn't understand this. Let me try this. You know that would get a laugh yeah but i started. I'll stick with jokes five or ten times even if they keep tanking and i'm like but maybe that's the jokes that we like the best of the the ones that don't ever do those showed injured. How long have you been doing standup. I've been doing standup almost as long as gave. Actually i've been. I've been seventeen. I started right out of high school. I graduated high school in dallas and i didn't want. I went to community college about five weeks. This shit's the same as high school. I'm an idiot. I'm dick headed. Don't be so hardy and she'll ah we would always go this comedy club. That sounds like a gay bar. It was called the back door and it was <hes> is in dallas and that was just play and they had yes. I am and they had a sign that said. Do you think you're funny. Try open mics ship. That's what i should do and so i was such a dick had in highschool at prank teachers all the time. It was like you know should make a living out of you know until i understood where you were. Were you smarter yeah listen. My aunt is still mad at me. This hyp could've been a doctor. All in my grade suffered because i did just enough to pass. You know what i mean 'cause i. I wanna have i mean i can tell you. When did you go to college. No i just started doing stand up and that was that was that was my love and what you want road and so you're out here in l. b._c. In marina del ray of my career yeah yeah three sixteen gimmick street live. I live in the valley valley village right right above studio city laurel yeah. Are you out gabe right now <hes> sometimes it's like dating. I mean like yellow. No no no this. Is our official coming out to share this. This is our official. Coming out party didn't here yeah we didn't hear this. We thought ev we're gonna come out anywhere. It's going to be having into studios here three sixteen. I i talk with gabe as often as i can and i by the way thank you so much of that opportunity because it's great but i like this weekend for whatever it's worth. I'm gonna be headlining a run of one nighters and in santa barbara and working out a new our just trying to get that going and like i'm like i've you know for whatever reason i it's about comedy. He is some guys hit eddie murphy hits when he's eighteen and boom he me i've been doing it seventeen years. I haven't hit yet. Maybe i will one day and i just love the fact that i know i'm good at what i do. I get a good enough response and that just keeps me. Some guys did influence you coming up when i was a kid. You know this is my okay. Okay my first. I'll tell you my first influence. Do stand up comedy. I'm not kidding was michael. Watch because i remember i used to watch him at the sporting tori as hate him so much because he he was the bad guy yeah but when he would take the mic on never forget he said this thing about the leader's they shot a thing where they're in a pool hall. The free birds right and he said he goes caravan erica awesome stupid. It takes him an hour and a half to watch sixty minutes and i'm like as a kid. I was like yes. I was like yeah. I'm like man. I have to hate this guy but shit that were super refunding. That was a great line but i loved it. I mean of course like when i was a kid. Nothing beat watching sam kennison on on rodney dangerfield young. I remember when eddie murphy. Dana carvey guys like that like my i would sneak in my grandmother would go visit laredo and she had h._b._o. We can afford h._b._o. But my grandma had <hes> <hes> because god knows she knew somebody who can hook it up for you know and so and so we went and i love that my grandma h._b._o. When i was a little kid i would sneak out of the bedroom at two in the morning and turn on h._b._o. Not because i didn't know what was i didn't care about that. I was hoping to see delirious and sure enough one night i turn it on and there it was eddie. Murphy's delirious raise and i was like this is what i wanna do this right here. This is it and that was that was the beginning m._s._n. What's what's left like on the road for you fluffy because yeah you got your your posse traveled with your little bit because menu get your merger swag all the stuff that you said on the bus the semi the right the production. It's a full show but tell people it's w. W. meets the food network. We got everything that you once you. Get there you checking into a nice hotel. It depends because it's like okay for example. I fly out from from l._a. To wherever the buses at let's let's say the next week and we're going to be in in wisconsin okay so a flight -sconsin and then i ride the bus from wisconsin and then we'll do a four day run different cities so i'll be on the bus those four days and then i fly home that monday now yeah sometimes we'll check into the hotels. If if one decent showers that showering in the arena arenas usually gotta take those showers at the basketball showers eight nozzles yeah you got to play the game yeah yeah yeah i mean here's the thing i can imagine a couple of comedians rolling down the road in a bus man back in my day. A couple of harassers jammed in a car a piece of shit car many guys sitting at a bunch of beer. It was a maryland monkeys manage. Nothing laughing. I mean we're talking about business. Thomas matches talk about psychology. Why do this do that but you know we was doing our the thing a lot of stuff going around so a lot of the exact same thing for us in the beginning. I mean we're talking about right now. Right now. It's in the in a really good spot where you know we got space and you know we're talking about buses and semis but of course that was years of grinding it out in the cars and driving from here to san francisco to do shows and you got four people in makiya and it says it's a four seater but it's not really got three people built like me as i did a gig in virginia beach one time and i was doing this club and i got a call and it was a weird run right where the the night in virginia beach ended on a tuesday and i got a call on monday morning and it was from a club in little rock arkansas going. Hey can you come and do and i was like man. I could use a four hundred bucks so i was like all right and then so so i just remember i tried to sleep and i couldn't sleep and can never sleep the night before i know i have to drive somewhere worst thing and this i remember driving this leaving the gig virginia beach at what ever one in the morning hit and the car driving the little rock i remember i pulled over some more in memphis to get lunch. I remember i was so i don't do drugs. I don't drink now. That just is my just not for me. You know i don't judge anybody. It's just not i know i just can't do it now my thing but i was so out of it that i sat down at the restaurant and i remember i looked at my fork for about fifteen minutes. I'm like what the fuck is this idea what it was. I'm like this is crazy. What is that <music> out then i somehow but once i got to the show i made it just in time to go up on stage and it was everything was fine. How it's weird how the show kind of wakes you up puts you and wherever you need to be and then when the show's over at your back to where am i use out of it. I was like went to and then finally alright right. It's a fork like it took me. Use it to shovel. Let me just follow what these other people are doing. They seem to be using it to help them eat that. Was how outpost can you promise me straight up drugs like choke him out to try to get them to have a drink. Yes everybody got to have a vice you advice what he did. Kill time you're ready. I'll tell you his vice. This guy is a yeah he's. He's a big nerd word man. I mean <hes> you know comic con. This guy probably knows everyone at comic con. He's one of the smartest people i've ever met but no seriously it really one of the smartest smartest people i've ever met. He has this connection to <hes> comic book characters to fictional. I mean you name it. The guy can bring anything back. We went to a space. It's called franken sons. Would they do the autograph signings and they sell collectible merchandise. There and i saw a transformer and i was like i recognize it. Transform headed as a kid and i threw the name out aw that's such and such an right away. Check me from like five feet away because that's that's battle. Were name of it was a it was a one that transformed into a train and a tank yeah that was blitzing but yes i mean that's how he is and that's what this is to bring it back to this. I had a i didn't have a i had a great child. My mom was. I didn't know my father. Her boyfriend was my dad. You know he was only took me sports on us and he was great. He raised me with this cool like i remember when i was sick. The first day of four years in kindergarten i really bad illness and i was scared and he rented monty python and the holy grail and we stayed up watching that and he was cool and he got me into wrestling he would call it wrastling which i love you know i thought that was so cool that it was and he got me and i loved comic books to and what i loved about pro wrestling especially back then when when they were really sell those characters way more than they do now. It was like do this. Mike comic book heroes but they're real like that's what i loved about it like i really believe that hulk hogan got this weird surge of supernatural powers when everybody cheered him and i tell you when we so sorry one other life event. My dad took me to me and my cousin eric couple years later we go to this time was a reunion arena and it was w._w._f. At the time was in town and the main event was hulk hogan and the big bosman right and and so big boss slick comes out he distracts referee bosman handcuffs hogan beaten with a night stick and my cousin eric a ah almost crying like eight years. We're going to see hulk. Hogan lose can't 'cause he's dead. He's how's he going to come back. He's got beaten with a night stick and then bosman osman pins him and right it is about to get the three he kicks out and hulkamania starts and we're so we're screaming like well. We gotta help you sure enough. He starts shaking and he just stood in the center of the ring. He knocks bosman over and he just starts shaking and he raises his arms and he just snaps the handcuffs into the the loudest eruption of noise. I've i've been to cowboy games. It was nothing compared to that eruption of noise and that was it that was like and it was like this is like get comic book. This is some shit superman would do you know that's what makes you before. I forgot to push name record button. You just tell them about your first professional wrestling experience when he was four years old yes yes i am dallas and saw the gada scared you man it was the ugandan giant kamala comes walking out and again you remember his gimmick was he would fight two guys at once three. Nobody stood a chance against him and i remember i looked at my dad. I was horrified. I started crying. Can we go home is a matter in my hand. I thought because because we're being a trainer who it kinda keep. I thought if anything happens if this guy breaks loose were all then lily he'll eat. He'll eat the security guards. He'll just i really just pick them like godzilla. Zillah just destroy the entire venue and my dad was so awesome he could have easily killed it and you know ruin the whole myth for me right then and there and and get his whatever's ten bucks worth of he was like we're like the third match in and he goes no no. He's pretty scary. We should go. He was cool he didn't he didn't break. I love that about it. He's ready to go back crib. Just kick it quick big boss man with my mom. We was it was in saint louis arena and no saint louis kill arena was on pay per view and i was working with somebody came. We're working with as a match in big boss. Man was supposed to run in and hit me with a chair. Chair shot caused me to lose a match well. We'll get to the madge what he's supposed to come in today. I'm chair shot and he ain't nowhere to be found so man. That's that's the spot so finally the big boss man don't show up so they call an audible here comes jerry briscoe one ages out with a steel chair and he was he barely hits me with a chair so i go down one two three you know because we had called an audible. Gotta you know have something out there and so that's what we did and i go to back man. I'm madder than a motherfucker. What the fuck god dang it could mean ray was fixing. Ray traylor was name big boss man man big boss man fixing to run a program. We're going to start working together but this is going to be the setup for it. The big big big man didn't show up and so anyways so big boss man come down. He must deal chair. Jerry briscoe comes in causes the defeat. I'm going back a madman. Motherfucker here comes rei walking out and restroom right. God damn it just read the riot act as one of the sweeps gaz in the world. I love to go to death but man. I put uh-huh cousin on him because he was busy so anyway i said where were you was talking undertaker. Ah duties shooting angle stone goes tvos and he's back as you rated how big boss man here in dallas texas almost meeting cogan in hulk hogan. Thank god he was taking the vitamins and saying prayers and able of bustle because that's what i miss. I remember like thinking if undertaker has a yarn. Nobody can beat him. I i loved those moments of like. 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May thirty book my show around wrestlemania thirty and i've done that is three years like that book my show that friday so i do my show friday and then i can go to fan annexed during the day and saturday go to hall of fame at that night and then wrestlemainia goran monday but i had to do promo for the for the movie george's hall of fame. I enjoyed it. I think that j i think jake and dp stole the show as far as the most emotion and just the the greatest setup you know the storytelling from d._d._p. At the beginning it was very inspirational and just the the yeah the mood that the jake got everybody just how real and how passionate he was about how he you know. He wants to play but he can't. His body can't take anymore and you just felt it. You know he's talking about how his dad how he hated his dad in hated wrestling because wrestling took his dad only and then he realized that it wasn't getting all worked up now and then when they did the same thing to his kids and it's like but i was watching promo rundown in the front row and i was sitting you know right next hogan and it's like man i mean ca- jake is always one of my favorite promos of all times and he laid it down right in and that wouldn't off strip that was just him talking and all of a sudden he started off he hooked you in in any went dark and then he came out a little bit and went back in and then came out and finished on top and it was just took to a wide range of emotion distributor down like god damn and his mother fucking bad and of course jack dick roberts one of my favorite guys of all time and you know jake was such. It's a big part of my career because i wrestled him. Yeah we're talking about you know if it hadn't been for jake cutting religious promo at king of the ring that ninety six i i wouldn't ever come up with austin three sixteen because it was based on a promo that he ain't got so the fame was great. Would you think about wrestling thirty as far as talknet itself. Y'all we had we had really this is. This is why you gotta know fluffy. This was like we're going he he he he asked me. Do you want to go to wrestlemania. I'm like are you kidding yeah so my first pay per view event i've ever been to right when we get to the the silverdome or dome as cogan all right. We got we got to the superdome. Gabriel pulls me a couple of comics aside and goes hang tight right here like what's going going on a w._w._e. Dude comes up gives us. All all access passes like that's what we actually met you when we were there and we were like oh my god that was amazing and then we go. He had a sweet it. It was killed in the food was tremendous the opening. I'm not just saying that because you're here but the opening was probably my favorite part of the whole event. That was great. We didn't think we've no idea you were coming out that i love the way you made a joke about hogan calling it. The silverdome that was hilarious and then rock coming out was awesome. I tell you what i liked. What i loved about the the the undertaker thing was great. I thought the fans got a little lazy during that match and they weren't as into it and it was like well. That's what you get for going to sleep because anything can happen and i love that i kind of actually loved that. The streak ended there like that because it man the fans are probably never gonna take any match for granted. They're never gonna take for granted because that was like everyone is kind of just under kind of half way and then the ending what i loved about daniel bryan a jumping off the stretcher that reminded me shit i used to watch and i was a kid batista's sold he really batista look like oh shit. Daniel bryant really got injured. I don't know what to do. He had this look on his do you remember that him and he had this look on his face and i was like an so everyone steve simone this other comic dot bryant was really hurt. He looked good brand early urban and because the wave teasers like shit. I don't know what to do like i thought that was all great ron jacobs back on the on the on the monitor god it was smarter. See the square the square outlines you've ever met tonight. I'll favorite match the night best match tonight. The dark one was grace's. Ara was tremendous and this and that yeah when he threw big over that that i was like i'm almost as aro fans. Are you put them over. Minnesota has had a hell of a match with john cena about a month or two ago on monday night raw and he's had a bright future written on him for a long time so now they got him a- ronald on news gonna be a big star. He's still putting the pieces together. There's only one thing missing but he's gonna come into his own. He's a physical force. I mean like motherfucker. He's got money written all over. He's a superstar. He's in his well on his way but i i thought the match of the night i really enjoyed the daniel brand triple h match for match standpoint. I just thought that was the match the night it was it was it was a great one. The only the only problem is that i had with wrestlemainia and it's my own fault was i kept hoping oh being at some point is gonna show up and i kind of i sh- i should've just let it go but i can't at when brian got injured. Oh impact maybe the impact like. I just kept hoping that some point he was gonna make it return so you guys vote restaurant fans. What do you think about the situation. Well not you bring that up first first of all let me just take this moment to quickly apologize to steve austin here so the last time i got to do the podcast with steve i got your number and stuff and i had a really ah eventful night in florida and got drunk on my buddies and and we're all started talking to say it'd be the best thing ever stone cold. Steve austin were chatting saddened punk on raw and come out of retirement and just fight him wrestlemainia. He'd make them and i'm like yeah i would. If only somebody could tell them that. I'm just so happens. I have the magic number as i started texting steve at one o'clock in the morning florida time and and you know what you could easily cut me off and look you fluffy fuck. Stop texting me this shit. I'm not trying to deal with you but you were so patient with me and the next morning i read the script for the madness that i sent. You and i'm like oh my god <hes> yeah. I try to talk coming out of retirement. I mean i'm just like oh my god. He was so nice look man. I've got it out of my you know i i. I'm reading it in his voice. Look man. I got this out of my system. I don't need to do this anymore. I appreciate your your goodwill fluffy but not now so he has. I was like one us man. I can't believe i did that but it would have been just kept coming in second blown new greg akilah in the autumn mission. Yeah i've met a few times and the hotel remember the story yeah yeah. That's a good idea. I'm coming out there. Here's how ahmadou it takes them right off. You would have told me that's a great idea. I'm going to do it. You lost it in. The car. Lost floored me on that one. I hope it becomes about this like how. I'm from dallas. I mean he was dallas. Cowboy fan and i think part of me is always hoping one day jimmy johnson just gonna come back and be head coach you know and i. I wonder if this is just for the rest of my time. I'm just going to say it would be nice if he jumped back in. I mean hey do what you gotta do. If your heart's not in it yards not in it that's truly the case. I'm hoping he just suffered a really bad injury and this is all just worked only him and vincent man know about and he's like once you're one hundred percent will come back but let's pretend like i don't know i i really i mean i think he's one of the best guys going right now on the mike in the ring everything i think i think he's tremendous. Listen i just i of course i want back. It'd be great. They have good guys on arash ought to shield. The shield is great. Johnson says narrows coming up so they got a robot. You think you think with everything that's happening with. Why do you think they're gonna try to turn them like i said i haven't. I'm seeing raw. What are they doing. They're trying to turn up ray baby or he'll sit. He'll man i. I have a hard time. She in that habit man with it is much stuff. Johnson does with everything the kid at the end of the base of the company with the kids. I have a real time hard time seeing him turn in hardcore. He'll i mean and if he did he'd still doing the same thing so it'd be kind of a different kind of he'll run anything that i think i could envision new vacation happened. It'd be it look if you can't do it all away. Don't do it. I say just live with how it has led half the crowd boom and that's just the way it is but they all respect him no doubt about they respect him and they all buy into it and it was like when i was talking to him on the bus few months back. The people are going to do what they're gonna do. They're the stars they get a chance to be a part of the show you know and whether you love hate him. You're the love the love him or you love to hate him much respect him and so there's money in that he's not he's not trying to split everybody but it's just such such an amazing run like always as walking on the edge of a razor blade. No one has ever had to kind of run it. He's ad and he's been tremendously successful. I mean you know theoretically just by looking adam and you've probably got five years left in a tank and i'm gonna try to put a ceiling on him but i mean five good years i mean by. He's been on top for almost ten yeah. The run has been that long. Do you think it's because he's been kind of fortunate to not have any kind of devastating injury to hold them. If you think that's why i think he's been he's had some pretty good. Injuries has been alabama back from him to guy heels up pretty fast. It would have been interesting to see him at his peak probably right now or even a year or two ago but i mean he's been hot for a long time but to see him in right in the middle of that attitude era roster and then you know that would have been interesting to see him there so or there when <hes> a hulkamania was running. Wild you see how that would have flared out so awesome but you know i don't know played you gotta play. <hes> w w twelve w network yeah you do you like it. He had it at resume and he's right there. Blue color compensating. I yelled. I'll put that shit away. You're at the live venue cock sucker. Put away your nine ninety nine cents description to the w._w. Network and watch the real event. I love it. I watch it. Watch it on your smartphone. You're at a what yeah that's smartphone and i have uh-huh playstation three at home so you know and i'm so i hit the live with my girlfriend. She is into all the nerdy. Should i actually is now into pro wrestling. I love it and like she winter about four almost four years now she <hes>. Let's see how do you thirty six okay yeah. See punk is her favorite and so that's why she's like. I really hope he comes back. I'm like yeah and i do. You know it's still who's your favorite right now. You know it's i liked the guys like the daniel bryan so i i love the underdog of him like how he's not stereotype prototypical pro wrestling but i love it. He gets it done. I but i probably see a._m. Punk is well. I think right now i mean i guess now dan o'brien but one of those two. I'd says are really he's. He's he's grown man. I i really like watching. I think there's has learned to really good too soon. They're gonna ziglar yeah but they they're gonna pop it into pop him because you've been there a good while and he's damn good in a ring. They just got to do something look. You've got to be a subtle act but they just need need to give a little bit of gas to start his ass up and maintain my view. If you're gonna push him make a real concerted herded effort to give him that push and so then who would you say your favorite is my alberto del rio. Really i love a man. I love how he just walks in. He's just cocky. He knows that's how to wrestle a great wrestler when he comes from the old school mexico style wrestling so like watching him because he's like what six something right. He's a tall dude. I like watching him. Kinda go acrobatic moves for acrobatic move with a guy like ramos stereo or gets kinda cool watching him. Do all the same kind of crazy shit yeah. That's that's great. I love liberal. I used. I used to watch triple a. the hey let's keep up. They didn't have the rubber mats they had those wooden hard floor like they play basketball during the day and then at night that have wrestling in there until guys woodland on the on the floor like oh and i go down to mexico been there three times a chauffeur's e._m._t. Redneck island and want to get down there. You know i get mexican wrestling and it's labor stuff and i love it because those guys are very very good. Seasoned veterans in ring veteran product got there and the guys from a technical article level or very proficient. They're very good but man. I still after being in the business loans. I have don't understand what the fuck is going on because they just can't hit the ropes. Get this this shit in the rules. A little bit of heat tend to make a little comeback into the finish but i did but i don't understand it because they like american wrestler of course the soccer announcer going crazy for you know what's happened way. Why is he going nuts. We're just happened. I miss like yeah totally go they. They also don't have like what i like about american wrestling i think deeper mythology again to there's like you know these characters have this. Each one has their own gloria. Yeah i love that i just i love about how you know you. Just you know what like ultimate warrior again like. That's that's hard to recreate like. He's somebody who has that mystique to him. That like stone cold like dude that was we would lose our shit watching watching your back it just it was like once the glass shattered when the ship was going down right there that breaks but here's the hard hitting question jared. Will there ever be another kamala. I i wanted to be one. I want that guy what was going to be that maybell could have been easily. I want that you actually and i and i think he is tremendous but that's what i love about bray wyatt and the white family is my girlfriend around because he's kind of creepy because he's great but there's something really creepy about it like yeah. That's good. I do like that weird mystique think about like are they yeah they are they. Are they voodoo. Like what are they like. There's something weird about them like they like i think would have been a great talking about like like cutting and pasting. I would've loved to have seen them up against when undertaker had like his ministry like that would have been a cool like who's weirder order kind of. I you know like this mars. You are as much as you like the business. You watch the wrestling just for the store lines that you see on tv. Are you trying to look behind the scenes and get into to the booking of it and who's getting pushing. Who's not i 'cause you're 'cause. You're that super nerd yes i have. I know with all due respect. I min- respectful way. I'm just asking how it got so you know <music>. I'm just asking how a cat like you. Highly intelligent watches takes the business end okay. Here's what i do and i do this with my nerdy stuff to i'll tell you when i i saw the avengers movie at the very end of the movie they reveal that the villain was thanos. It was my favorite comic but all the signs were there. I didn't i was surprised by and when he turns around at the end of the vendors after the credits i literally was like i made this squealing hopping down noise. That's how i watch. I don't i'd suspend in disbelief and i don. I don't try to see what's going on. I just i'm like no let me just i like being surprised. I like. I love that kind of stuff so i like when i wanted to believe. Daniel bryan was actually injured and i kind of just let myself go with that so that when he started shaking and pop out of the stretch i i love that i own internet the net trying to get out of hate that i hate i. I wanted to like spoilers. No i hate when people like i remember when i when when when the monday night wars i started kicking off. I'll never forget yeah. We still work at a bookstore in dallas and an employee there. This girl was a huge wrestling fan but i hate and this other guy to geiger worker and they they knew i loved wrestling and and so they always that was right when the internet started going and they were we know the results for tonight's nitro via like i don't wanna know. Let me just want you like what's the point of watching it then. If i know what's going to happen let me watch. Let me be surprised. Let me show you guys. Both wrestling fan said i was calling out there in the middle of the rest of moore's i was doing my thing with w._w._f. So so so. What were you doing gabe would you go back and forth. I was going back as you have a favorite going back and forth w. w. w. w. w. at heart at heart but i couldn't help but i still want any wrestling fan wooden. I remember thinking. I was like one of the few people that was actually watching w._w._f. Wwl first. I'm like yeah. I wonder if anybody knows about this. Okay so then when whenever kicking our ass ratings and they did for like two years so you were still w._w._f. Guy i i was i was a even even guys w._c._w. Everybody knew i think that w._w._f. Is always the main event. I it was it it was the big leagues and they kick ass for two years but they still wouldn't consider the big leagues the w._w._f. Wasn't the holy grill will case in point like you say that uh when i would watch w._c._w. Monday nitro if my mom was around she w._w._f. Paul w automatic now i was such a fan of hulk hogan that followed him to w right and so we all we would always flip over of course because there was some great matches in the w we we've had a couple of rooms from high school. We all got an apartment rent. We graduated and are doing and that's when i started. I couldn't stand up. We would just mainly watch w._c._w. But then i'll never forget. I'm not just saying this there. Mike my friend jeff when they would flip over occasionally right but i remember when he goes. There's this is guy in w._w._f. You've got to see my call themselves. Stone cold steve austin and he is coolest. Shit like okay so we and then that's when we started flipping over a little bit more and then that's when the rock kind of started coming into his own too and they're like man this is getting way but it wasn't just neck and neck almost immediately. Kinda got way better like this is like way more like. I kind of got turned off on w._c._w. Right when they had ultimate warrior come back you know and like i don't know if you remember that story that long thing where he was kind of haunting i just wanted to add on youtube just the other day and it was one segment was like five or six minutes and another segments fifteen. Yeah i mean all combined. It was just it was just a long segment. I wanna speak disparagingly of warrior with recently passed. Yes do respect but the the segment was a little weird and and they started losing like yeah i i i'll never forget to deliver message. Get off of it and get into something thinner. Get out and keep wanting more and it almost seemed like they started copying. I thought one of the best storylines that w._w._f. Did was when vincent man was in a wheelchair. You remember that when he got injured and he would come out in a wheelchair and everybody started and then they did it with kevin nash they put national wheelchair or w this is not the same this. Isn't you know and i just just it ease. The gulf quickly came. You can really do you read into all this stuff with a comic books and wrestling and you worked at a bookstore yeah. One of those cash is just read a bunch of greek mythology sure that was my when i was a kid. I don't favor and i i that was i such a fan on of it. And what do you think about the gobert run. Because i mean man at the beginning it was tremendous. It was so good but i got to a point rows like i kinda wanna see him. I'm losing. It was like okay. He beats everybody. Let you know he's gonna i thought the peak of goldberg and that i mean we'll give it ashes cattle cattle prod but i thought the the peak of goldberg was when he did his finishing move to the big show where the giant giant the fact that he could lift that dude up and hold him up like that. I was like this. How can it get any better okay now. Let's just actually put him into making sid. I don't think it worked said vicious was kind of like his foil. I didn't think that worked as well back it was it was awesome at the beginning. Just the music was great the fact that we're like what that why is he a blood on his forehead. We like what the hell did he do. I feel like the deal man because as many as they hit that name music yeah banging on that door and to have security guards walk into the ring it was like man this is the biggest baddest dude in the bill and bill's strongest gazza. The history of business speaks to the explosiveness with what did you picked up big show and all the things that he's done but i hear this big bad dude who can kill anybody and he'd been led to the ring with security. I and nobody else is to add to the mystique in the present your bills a good friend of mine and i just thought it was awesome for someone to think of that but when you think about it it's like like why would he need all this protection because he's a bad dude will now once once we stopped watching wants w._c._w. W._c._w. started kind of whatever whatever say when when you guys started kicking their asses again right all my friends and i were like man if only goldberg could just immediately jumped ship and him and stone call headline wrestlemania. That'd be the coolest thing ever. That's all we thing when when folded it up or when it went under you know they you know he stayed on guaranteed money because 'cause he had a contractor and was able to take time off of business man. I was peeking. Yes that was the window or to happen and then finally he got there but you know i was in a different direction direction and you know he was just coming in and that window closed. I mean theoretically still open for something but it never happened and it wouldn't it wouldn't have happened the way it. It should have become a couple of years. I wonder why sting never stayed in longer. Where in wwl mcgee i dunno i mean because he signed that deal <hes> he wrote off into the sunset and then you hear rumblings of you know i do at least on some internet stuff of him. Maybe talking to somebody in w._w._f. About coming back a you hear the stuff. I guess staying. Did they stay. Hey did sign. Him made some ways to make his debut. What are you talking about putting the goldberg rybeck yeah we'll because it all comes out and maybe they were going to bring gobert backs to face each that would be an interesting day endeavor ever in squared circle sting mega loyal to ted turner's. He never took the dude. I can't speak to that. I don't know you'd have to ask the man himself but he stayed over for a long time and then went down he had run d._n._a. Did he did absolutely but you're the one place he had been w._w._f. Into older now but i think last time i saw him it's been a while but i mean look to be an outstanding shape so you gotta you gotta run and front of him but it's going to be. It's going to be interesting to see how they book him how they bring him in who's he gonna work list of some cats. Go down from jump street because i gotta make him i mean he's is three-quarters made but he has thing but now you're gonna big blake yeah. We i remember the flipping back and forth that was that was always fun to see what the hell but the best was what. What are they going to do. Like what is d generation x gonna. Do you know how they have all those. That degeneration extra had the ministry. They and you were kind of just your own lone wolf kind of it. It was awesome. It was like man that was that was like must watch television so so you're spanish mexican see but you don't look no okay okay. Did you look jewish. I do this. I feel like i'm boring you. This is so like who wants to hear this shit. Our i feel like all right so <hes> my mother other. Is you speak spanish right. <unk> mosman hotbed. I'll let them keep us very serious question. You saw it but not you. Oh that is all you need to. You need to knock so my question. Yes you like it but don't you see mccaw. Go motherfucker okay so please continue. My mom is half mexican half spanish because and my dad and never met adam is half mexican half scottish the spanish ad that's yes yes so my grandmother. She's like my on my grandmother's. Side of the family regan's right. That's a very spanish last name. They're like third generation for their but their ancestors came from spain whereas my my grandfather who's the he was like only a first generation ration- american you know first or second but so my grandfather on my mom's side grandfather's all pure mexican my grandmother one hundred percent spanish and so that's why i look just like my grandmother's side of the family and everybody thinks i'm jewish and i might have i'm sure i do you know because my grandma had virgin mary statue in her closet that she would prey to and i used to work at a bookstore in dallas and this woman's come in jewish. I can't believe you're not jewish. I'm like well you know. What did your grandmother pray and. I said she prayed in the closets. You know well there. You go. You're jewish. I'm like really because yeah because back then in europe and spain to avoid persecution a lot of jewish people would pray in the closet and when they came over and when they switch religions and keep those practices so you know somewhere you grew up in dallas yes sir. Where'd you go to high school bishop lynch music venue absolutely a place of all time stevie ray vaughan. No come on now are my mom. My mom and dad used to go. He would do his show. Every new years i believe at a small small bar in dallas and they would go see steven rayle. That was the saddest i've ever seen my father when the helicopter went down my father. Was you know it was it was rough. It was one of his he's he saw the sex pistols and they played in fort worth you know he he saw he saw the doors he saw the monkeys when hendrix fuck an open forum like not at all but he his favourite live show stevie ray and it was yeah that was a rough. I remember like that was how i was david. Eric pass away. That's he was when steve ray von indict it was it was rough and oh man that was it was it was it was just the best amen. How many cars did y'all pull up. In this house in. I pulled up in one night. I told up anyone but you kind of call you driving because the last time you came up into three hundred ce going door talking to driveway no three hundred no. That's that's a tesla. Ooh also brought out got him an electric car. It's not just any electric cards the fastest electric or no no things about us. I mean all you had. I had to say i wouldn't let you plug it into my research and get a charge so you'll run out of jim so on your way home. A friend of mine has to tell me about the illustrious tesla because there's a lot of heat on them. A lot of people don't like him. I think it's a bad ask. It's a bad ass car most about i mean zero to sixty four. Maybe maybe maybe i mean the car is superfast torque and everything in you just tap it and you go on the freeway. Electric motor could generate that type of torture speed but it's not it's not gears. It's just straight so so. I mean it hauls ass. I can pass anything on that thing. It's super quiet right. Well you know like oklahoma plug it in and leave it overnight and <hes> without charge last driving around. It's not a rapid charge. Maybe you know two hundred and twenty miles out of it. How long have you had it. I've had the car now for about a month. Actually bought it off of a comedian jeff dunham really yeah. I bought it off the jeff dunham. How many miles got it had four thousand one. I bought it. The matt has a collection of cars like seinfeld okay. He loves his car. He loves cars. He loves helicopters. He's got all kinds of gadgets and so i think with him he got a little annoyed. The fact that tesla cars started becoming so popular that he started seeing them everywhere and he's like oh well the car's not special anymore and so what's going on man you got to figure that guy owns a batmobile to mobile original batmobiles threat and whatever knew somebody doesn't have is what he wants to drive man. I got a ninety five bronco. I don't care about fucker. You gotta numberless give mccaw. He's got a collection the thousand miles that i do ooh dahm s._e. Colleagues man four thousand miles and sell it to flow. I gotta deal in that car man. I bet you deal the two thousand and eight years. I've gotten this. I've a window the manual last time. I showed up soon as they came. I'm in bed. Just met fluffy started ragging about a mother fucking toyota prius pinhas man. Who was your manager. My manager's manager what he's been. I felt bad atas modify buddies. They were right there at god. What is it in new orleans on. A street called on purpose. Thank you we're on bourbon street treating this guy recognized vehicles. How am i gonna fluffy. Eighty goes he goes he goes. I heard you on steve. Podcast is all very funny man. You guys drinking laughing at where's the guy with the pre is in my manage. I go that's pointed out of and i was like wow how would your time walking the streets of bourbon street. It's new orleans because i love it down there. I love it. It's beautiful but man. There's like eight different smells when you walk down that street. It's an x ray. No smells to me. We've gotta smell out matt well. It goes from nice to the smell of like hot dog water to the smell of just like flowers to the smell of of like grime at the smell of of vomit little bit of hung yeah. There's there's yeah. Did you pull it at restaurants because man i could walk in the french quarter all day long. Pull and i mean i. I love cajun. Agents who know mexican food is my favorite food then a good steak and in cajun food comes in third place but you walk around and get your bloody. Mary here shot akilah draft beer another place. I suspect that you can walk with drinks too right so i've never been during like a mardi gras mardi gras. I'm not into that whole scene which is going to be chilling yeah. That's where i got that guitar right there on my wall behind this. I got a fender stratocaster signed by stevie ray vaughan stillman expendable time off because it'll chow chill best part in the movie so my wife came down to check check out and we've walking around walking around and upset and we're going to this shop and there is that guitar right there and i'm like god there was it's like the whole fucking bright light shannon from this coolest shit right tag on saying it's been a kind of domain them sheet by the fuck calcium receipts we we went to we were able to a five dollar receipt for damn grocery justice. This is cheap. I am so we go back a couple of days. Guitar o-man focus too much money sure enough on my birthday or are they version shape box and guitar was in it so when i opened up it would like one of one of those moments. I missed a comment that you made. What did you say oh. I see what you didn't have a coupon for the guitar. I tell you what what i first started dating my wife ten years ago you know don't go steve austin. You commodified good role in. She busted in coupons. Oh man you go kill gimmick man. I love my wife. I love when she must have the coupons so this receipt at the register she says now that's the bottom line. She wanted to show over your brains of this outfit jesus so so you but you had fun okay dude. Did you enjoy the food like i said i love. I love seafood. I love seafood and i love hot and spicy seafood and that's the place to get a and there. Was this restaurant that we kept going to that had amazing. We went to new lots. It was awesome quarter. What street who was on our driver's driver suggested we go there and a couple of my buddies that some suggestions the commander was one of them at a couple of other places but that was my favorite. You don't remember name where you have some good shit yeah but i mean like cajun food in general but that's the place to get. That is the place to get it. We've got them. You ain't gonna find it when you go up to wisconsin here not no. You're not the bare where or when when next week next week next week. Let me go to my trusty lafi guy app. That's right you guys. It's a free app download it on twitter. You're at fluffy guy and you got to have fluffy guide dot com and the moments thing that moves too fast and you're asking the people get your app fluffy abbas easy. If you've got a smartphone you got an iphone or an android just a search fluffy guy and you could download the app for free and it's got all kinds of videos and clips and ringtones and stuff like that. I'm gonna be in milwaukee. Wisconsin may eighth. I'm going to be in redwing minnesota the ninth and the the tenth and back in milwaukee wisconsin on the eleventh back by popular demand face. He coming back for more. I've got a smartphone. I lose oh fuck all time so i don't know how smart actually see what it did their throw that on the table c._b. Workout at the great surely and you know what i was gonna say. Surely you can't be serious but the central couple of questions on twitter and then y'all got to get out of here got to turn his podcast van damme twitter tweet the other day. Yes about people send some stuff into the show talk about us. Here's robyn up here. You send out a tweet. I sent a tweet and i said hey if anybody wants to. Have you asked any questions on on the podcast. <hes> hit you up on steve. Austin bs are now you said fluffy. I'll be three sixteen. I'll hashtag fluffy through so here we go stay longer and get drunk or hopefully we'll get multiple shows out of it where you wanna got pushed push record but about two hours ago as a sober fluffy. If you live anywhere else but long beach where would it be. I would would live in san antonio texas. I'm a big fan of san antonio. I i love the city and i love the food. The food is amazing and i actually own a house there <hes> i don't live in it but i own own houses. There and you're never seen it and i've never seen it. My buddy rick lives in it. I just got back from san antonio down ranch hoddinott motherfucker already ninety five degrees humid dig it. Hey fluffy. Have you ever visited asia for work. Let's see asia singapore. That considered yeah did you do the people were understand english as a worldwide group coming together. What's what's amazing is that a lot of countries. Speak english an we don't. We don't get it. Let me like <hes> china. More people speak english in china than in all of the u._s. Same thing goes with india. More people speak english. Listen india than in all of the u._s. and in singapore english is spoken everywhere. All the signs are in english and no problem ordering food no problem doing anything in singapore saw aw english you pretty much everywhere okay. I didn't know that yeah my brother's got back from over but i didn't ask him about the language barrier so check it out fluffy if you could russell anybody very. Who would you russell who good question. I'd russell ramos stereo so i could still be bigger. I love love you ray ah ask him to cut a promo about seeing punk. You know the comes at a time and a place when a man needs to reach down and find out that he has a pair and step up to the mike and step up to the stage and there seems to be a man out there who is reluctant to do that. He'd rather walk away. He'd rather walk into the sunset. Stay away from those that make him great so i asked myself is someone i wanna talk to. This is someone i wanna address i want. I want to be part of the question and the answer is no see in in punk. I know you're out there. I know you're listening because you're a big fan of steve austin's podcast and i asked myself. Are you sitting down at a portillo's ordering yourself. A big hot dog with extra relics cause cause. You ain't got no more. Have you taken the time to walk into a bar and finally have a drink and stop being so much of a pussy straight edge. I got an age for you and it's going to be in you face this sunday night. If you show up okay yeah there was a kid if the impact by the way this this brings him back amass that brings back. Oh yeah go ahead. You cut a promo. Let me say okay here. Go cut a promo on every promoter who's was ever stiffed. You promise you they're going to pay you and give you states time and they didn't do it and gave it to some guy. That was less funny all right listen up. All you losers out there. Who run your stupid a bit little. Your stupid. Little comedy shows inside some dinky little bar thing back. Steve took the microwave from. You says that you're doing it wrong. Run a behind alameda on what you're blowing my recording counsel yeah all right listen up. Do you might have forgot to push the fucking record button an hour and ten minutes ago but i'm trying trying to be somewhat professor plum now. Please proceed. Listen up. All you owes who booked me on all these crappy rooms where there was no food. There was no nothing i get there. You promise me fifty dollars to twenty minutes. I give you thirty five minutes. You don't even give me a drink. That's what i'm working with. Fluffy now understand me. I'm on the tour box. I'm going. I do ten minutes. A night and i get love. I get i have fans now. Follow me on twitter. What are you losers. What are you you have nothing. You just have some stinky little club. That doesn't even exist anymore. Now you're bankrupt. He started banging the chick who was answering the phones. Now your wife left you. Guess is what i'm coming to your town and you're gonna be shining my stupid boots because i'm with fluffy now need therapy real anger management. Go ahead. I'm going to hug yeah. That's great so giorgio twitter social media account. I am at what not many. I have like two thousand followers. I'm i'm time. That's not what i asked. I said what's all the handle at jerry j. e. r. r. y. A. and then roach o. r. o. c. h. hotter body. Sorry the people at gerry a roach and rojas spelled rosia. You ain't gonna get hot. I see i worked. The first time i went back to again. I believed in that line committed to it. You committed to it hard does he didn't call back back to exit this house now. When you know you've been to my house before and you know when when you may frigging frac and peanut butter and jelly do you wanna the frick or frac for okay. I'll be frank. It shows my range as an actor peanut butter jelly peanut butter okay. I'll be jili yin and yang hang. Which one are you going to be yen. I'll be yanked like about the haggard we got along. It'd be like your major shoot and bridges like we don't show for ten years. I figured you'll made ten christmas presents in ten birthday presents so we're already last time you roll up in here. You had me a big baggage swag and i've got some sad news for you apparently yeah i saw dog toys toys now. I love a action figure. That had the voice ship that speaks when you grab a little hand and says what does it say it says all my little jokey jokes that <hes> you know my little dog's ripped it up. I sent you a video of it yeah violent. I didn't want to send it but my dog's gotta uh-huh sends me a video of the i give him a plush action figure and he sends me a video of his dogs freaking molly get in his yard and the whole time narrating. This is so violent. I can't believe or waitressing this. Give me back love and then the dogs are playing tug of war with my arms chips going up if i come back down onto the b._b._c. Can i get you know what i'm going to get on your website. Fluffy guy got dot com and by one by one of your website. I like it. I okay. Let's do this this. Hey i'm gonna slow it down. What are you go to god dot com and look at that thing in the middle of did you know and motherfucker move too fast and so the guy that works on your website website. Go slow that he's gonna look fluffy. He's gonna. I'm gonna call him out. I'll have this sucker done by tomorrow. What's his name lance layer lance. I keep forgetting. He cut a promotional thing. I can't stand is when i forget motherfuckers name and last when i get onto fluffy guy dot com and i've been talking about comedian that i really love and respect respect and you got this motherfucker flash information so goddamn fast. I don't know whether should've wanted my watch. Processing information make sense of it and really really <unk> angers me and pisses me off so get your sorry ass down to your computer has slowed down so a brother like me who happens to be pretty damn intelligent and i'm. I'm not a rocket scientist. I don't really know how or why e. equals m._c. Squared but i'm a pretty smart guy and a smart as i am. If i can't read that motherfucker talk about time it flashes. It's too goddamn fast so slota motherfucker down. I would drive up to the l._b._c. long beach and put my foot so far up your ass. I'll we'll have to open up your mouth tennis shoes and the bottom blah stone cold said so i'm saying goodbye to fluffy offi gabriel iglesias. I'm saying goodbye to his good friend jeered when you get out there and that tesla when you know what will you take me around the block. Hell yeah you don't mind okay. Let's do this time. I got time. I'm taking a ride with the test and don't do nothing stupid. I wanna drive around the block and neighbors and shit here and i want you running over anybody killing dylan me and a process so but you'd be cool about his right oh biko bond. We'll talk about this next time you come on a podcast and i promise you i promise everybody in his fucking room. I won't forget to push ocd record button and we lost a to the people out there listening show we're wrapping up but there was hour and ten minutes of complete comedy gold that we cannot recreate wayne. I'm gonna try to we didn't even go down that road and there were some good shit out there so we'll revisit that we won't revisit but that'd be slighted. We can talk about mega show good. Every time fluffy comes on. It's a funny johny. Show you guys been sending me all your comments to question to steve walsh show dot com to check out. We're fluffy is going to be checked out his website fluffy guide dot com. You can follow him on twitter her at fluffy guy and jerry. You're on the road with him right now. Yes he is in a couple of weeks. I'll be back yeah one more time. Jerry your social media twitter serious jerry a roach gotcha j. a. r. o. c. h. A. that's it at gerry a roach fluffy. I appreciate you ain't got there. Ah i'll be hit with a bucket of water now. Y'all know fluff. You've been over here a couple of times. There's three steps into my house. It's a one story house but nonetheless those upstairs. This is a window. There's just friends over truecar for sport podcast gas from day one truecar sixty seconds is all you need to get an offer for your car and it mount time it takes to fly schettino. Pet your dog and do if you push ups helps you can get her to cash offer best of all you can do it from your smartphone or even from home. Just go to truecar and simply your license plate number and watch hey cars details pop-up bob answer a few questions and you'll get an accurate true cash offer from local truecar certified dealer. 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Talk Is Fluffycho with Gabriel Iglesias

Talk Is Jericho

1:16:34 hr | 2 years ago

Talk Is Fluffycho with Gabriel Iglesias

"Ricco off Ricco Rico alright welcome to talk Jarrett goes the PA thunder and rock and Roll and Today Gabriel Iglesias Aka Fluffy is is the host of Chris Jericho's rocket rangers. CPR and it's making us talk as Jericho debut today I went to the secret fluffy compounds somewhere just outside of Los Angeles sat down with him and his Museum of VW Bugs and buses and talk to him about everything from comedy to cars the cruise. We also talked wrestling because as you guys know. Are you gonNA find out if you don't fluffy is a big wrestling fan he even went to aws debut show in Las Vegas earlier this year so let's get our laugh on with Gabriel Iglesias. Thanks impart to the sponsor made this interview possible and that's boost mobile. I wouldn't have found fluffy's compound without the GPS APP on my phone so here's the unlimited data and here's the fluffy not right now on Jericho those of you that don't remember. I used to say that there were five levels reason why say used to say hey is because now there are six. I met the new one in LAS cruces original. Five levels are big healthy. Husky Fluffy people ask what could be bigger than the new levels called all hail here undisclosed location fluffy's compound and this is super impressive of man like you've got a whole fleet. VW buses and you've got pictures on the wall of everybody perform with and you got transam you got boxes of Funk oh POPs and merged and everything it's like. It's kind of like the ultimate man cave is a stupid man cave it is clearly. I found something in Iran with it. Yeah we made you decide to do this. I don't have a drug problem so I had to spend the money somewhere but hey we'll do some rails. Get some buses. Let's get some buses why VW buses that was my first car. It was my first car and so what happened and was is that I paid a visit to Jay. Leno's garage and his is not a garage man. It's just it's four hundred cars and ten thousand motorcycles and it's insane and I spoke to Jay and he goes well. Listen he goes. I asked him why so many he goes. Why have fun with him. He goes plus. It's one of those things where everything goes up in value he goes. I'm having fun but if I should decide a Saudi thing which is rare he goes. I'm not losing money and I was like okay cool and I talked to his car guys who are also Seinfeld's Infos car guys who are also Tim Allen's car guys and they said well are you. Are you looking for anything and I said well you know at the time I my girlfriend her first car there was a nineteen seventy-nine transam says hey can you help me find this car so I can get it for her for for Christmas and there within hours they call me back. They said we've got pictures to send you and I was like Oh my God. This is so cool next thing I know. I don't get the car but it's too early. It's still October. Christmases aways away and Leno Goes Wolf. You like you can leave the car here. You know he's got the space for it. He goes and then when it's Christmas time bring her by he goes and she can pick it up here and I'm like that's awesome so once I got to her car. They said well. If you ever need anything else I said well you know. Since my girl got her first car back I wouldn't mind having my first Volkswagen Volkswagen and I told them what kind of car and within hours they had pictures for me and so I said Okay and then they said if you ever want another one let us know and I said well. If you see something cool. Let me know the next day hey they go. We got another one and literally this collection of of buses happening in under a year. That's that's super cool like. My first car was a seventy six volare. Oh Wow like old school and the they had moved. It was called three on the tree. The manual transmission were the drive shaft will be in the wheel but they take it off and stuck it into the floor so it was backwards so reverse would be like where you're going into first gear and I gear would be like where reverse would be very strange so that was that was how I learned how to drive with an automatic transmission. So the first time I had a real mattress location I would always stick it into I think it was reverse and scratch the front. But how did you end up getting A. Vw Bug is your for Volkswagen. Is your first car. That was the only option you gotTA figure. At the time I was seventeen years old. times are tough and I like right now. Times are tough and even though Volkswagen buses does are very very. They're collectibles in the you know upwards of two hundred thousand dollars at the time. I had a bus that I bought for four hundred. My brother helped me pay for the rest rest of it and it wasn't running. It was eight different shades of gray. Yeah primer powder coat had cry. Lon- I mean it was everything it was all kinds of different colors and he says look man. This is easy to work on its four bolts. What will rebuild an engine. We'll have this thing up and running and sure enough. You know within a couple of weeks we had that car up and running problem with the bus is that you know unless you're on top of it man. You're you're GONNA WANNA pushing it at some point. Oh you WANNA pushing it at at some point and so but that's kind of a cool car when you have a bunch of friends of the bring the girls with you and you got a little girl wanted to get in that freaking that they look like a hurt Zebra. It was bad it was cheap. What is it with the communities and cars things like you said you mentioned Jay and you said Seinfeld is car collector too. Oh yeah yeah well. There's there next level. Seinfeld has has warehouses here in. La And New York fullest collections and Jay has a huge collection in Burbank. I'm not giving nothing away by the way about it and so I have I want to be known as the Volkswagen Guy Jason he he asks he goes Kinda Boring. You have the same car over and over and over but it's a cool car. it's a cool car and again every time. I get one. It goes up in value. It's the Volkswagen bus museum what you were saying. I I love it. I love the bus and there's more buses than bugs because it's a bus museum right right and like you said when when you're not on this planet anymore you WanNa turn the turning this into Mexican graceland on putting a I've let it be known that the public can come in. Don't forget the by fluffy t shirt on the way out you know people point at the pictures you know and we're fluffy like the eaten over. Here's where he lives now. Let me ask you. I'm sure you've been asked a million times. I honestly don't know what what is what fluffy come from. fluffy is just a nickname from back in the day. I call myself fat or on my mom and she said all equal. You're you're not fat. You're fluffy and it stuck. I talked about it on stage. At the end of the night. People would say good job lucky and I was like really I go Gabriel. You know fluffy stuck the half my name's already famous the last things Iglesias that's already famous. I gotTa work on Gabriel and it was one of those things where fluffy stuck and I could either drop the joke which at the time I didn't have a lot of material I had fifteen. Maybe fifty minutes of material to my name and fluffy was one of the bits and I'm like do I drop it and it was one of those I eventually learned to embrace it and I marketed in branded it so now I own the word fluffy. If you go online right now Google being whatever you WanNa do put in the Lord Fluffy on the first thing that comes up really. You've you've trademark that term. I've done it so much I i. You know I come before bunnies quilts comforters fabric softener softener pillows any other fluffy things you can think of the number one floppies Pomeranians. Hey I beat Pomeranians people. If that's when you know you made needed but it's a very very pro wrestling idea to have a gimmick fluffy's or gimmick so let me tell you something I was very very inspired aspired over the years of being a huge wrestling fan by the way things you know the the things that that Vincent it you know it's like hey manny get a great product. You market you package it you you you don't you don't skimp on the on the marketing and the branding you make sure that you you put out a really good product. Correct and people will will follow and I mean I've studied the the merch. I've studied the you know the the way. The production is I'm. I'm a big production guy so I like angles colors that kind of equipment. That's being used the amount of cameras the editing and the on the fly editing and so mad. It's like an always evolving and evolving you know every other new theme song every year. There's like okay. There's let's try this this try this always changing always evolving always growing and so. I applied at the business I made sure that you know I'm not putting out these hokey frigging two dollar t shirts. I make sure that it's good quality. I make sure that the the the Silkscreen is good good quality. I make sure that there's little tags little details. You know any of the stuff whether it's a bobblehead or or or coasters or you know pens or hats or whatever I make sure that it's it's good quality. It doesn't look like it's it belongs at the flea. Market in everything has has good good value to it. I'm really excited about the advent. The funk OPA because bobbleheads really freaked me out. My bobble head looked like Kurt Cobaine. They cut my hair off like at the Chin because he couldn't have long bobble head and this is really creepy for me. I don't like it but I see you've got the boxes of Fungal. POPs of their phone calls cute. The phone calls just cute. I had no idea how big of a following huge I knew that it was big. I didn't know that it was to the point where people people are crazy. People are crazy collecting them you mean. AM The funchal fanatics their next level they are next level and that's a whole new world got exposed to recently I reached out to Funchal pop a few years ago and I says hey I'm I'm interested in having a funchal mate and they're like well. You know you're not really are brand. But what do you mean. I'm not really your brand. Goma comedian have been on television. you know. I've had have an online presence. I think definitely your brand and they're like we don't think so and and so they turned me down and then I approached him a few years later and I says well look ago. It's me again and the word he told you you know you don't fit our brand this and this and that and I go I says well. I'd like to at least be given an opportunity. I'd go out. I'll take the hit myself. I'm not saying you guys GonNa Make It. I go I'll invest in myself and the like really and I go yeah you just let me know and I says I I'm happy to do it. I'm the first one to do that. Wow I went out and approach them and I gave them money to get this done interesting and so right out the gate they he said they said all right well you know we needed to positive such and such and it was over one hundred and I says okay wait. Wait wait wait. You sure sure we need it all at once. I got you. I got you and so they want. VW Bus caught them off guard because I think they were trying to scare me away throwing the thought you were bluffing and as soon as sucker cleared they're like Oh yes. We're doing this and sure enough and the same week that my uncle pop came out another company named sideshow collectibles they do high and stuff and always a comic con they had approached me to do a figure that there was a probably twice the size of uncle and they wanted to release it at comic con and so I'm like Oh my God really and in this case they approached me so I didn't have to put a bill L. on that one and so I had to figures out of nowhere came out of the exact same time so when you did that with funk pop. Did you get a piece of the revenue like alcohol invest invest but if I sell these debt a certain piece or how did you make your money back from that. Oh man being that they didn't want to be in my business. They just said we'll. We'll make the figures for you and you can take it from there. No all so yeah each figure cost me you know so much but I'll every all the prophets mine. I don't know that's great yeah and so once once they sold out and we call them who said Hey we'd like to do a reorder. What go yeah and I also want to make a new figure while if if you WANNA make a new figure. It's GonNa cost you to play this game again. I'm surprised they did that to you the first time again you know so yeah yeah so it's it's. I don't share it with that really surprises me because you have a huge fan base and obviously we cross paths quite a few times. I remember we were at ACDC. We see at the dodgers. Are you there and then whenever I meet somebody just fell professional. I do research and check out out. The Dude you know and your fan base is ridiculous. It's huge I mean you're playing big rooms and we're looking right here at a carpet of a ticket for Madison Square Garden Arden Type Vibe so it surprised me that they wouldn't have gone like a headlines. Madison Square Garden sells it out. Yes we'll do funchal. POPs will do whatever you want you know. I just think the Comedians weren't on the radar. you know a lot of times. COMEDIANS are looked at at in a buddy of mine. One of the guys who inspired me to become a comic power dri is Oh yes he goes. You Know Oh comedians are like the bastard children of entertainment he goes if Carlos Santana pulls out his guitar and he plays no ince's by can do that. Marlon Brando goes up there or he acts. No one says I can do that. He was what they see a dummy like me on stage and they're like I can do that and so it's one of those comics that we're we're on the bottom of the totem pole when it comes to to be taken serious and so and it's until you see somebody like a Kevin Hart going out there and you know killing it with movies and comedy comedy and just you know he's the one that set the bar already. I thought I was doing pretty good and then Kevin showed up and I'm like Oh. My God you mentioned is my a favorite. One of my favorite rolls is born and he stole a whereas these teaches Mexican custody. I speak Spanish in the phone's ringing from behind the statue of Jesus uh-huh and he thinks Jesus is talking to him so this is back in the day when we didn't have voicemail there was a machine called an answering machines. It was a kids yeah Google. It was about going to say it's a smaller than a VCR but that's something else. You've got to Google yeah right exactly exactly yes. They have the asthma machine so cheech is calling long home trying to get out of Mexico because he's stuck there and Paul Rodriguez keeps thinking Jesus is talking to the answering machine was behind the picture of Jesus Christ so you're in La Guy. I want to talk about the Comedians who inspired you but I I gotta find out. If you guys have switched to boost mobile yet I'm talking to you boost as the super reliable super fast nationwide network. Let's you connect almost anywhere but stop. All you get with boost. 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So what are you waiting enfor switch to boost because boost mobile is the switch that gives you more offers in coverage not available everywhere free phone requires port in additional terms and conditions supply visit boost mobile dot com or your nearest retailer for details if I have my way like when I go to drive through US and they screw up my order oh I'm evil so I go back around and start ordering but I throw them off by doing this right. Look on the speaker fantastic. GonNa help you do this. I pull up all they're not expecting me all the look on their faces. The best did you just they come back with a bag of food you know. Would you like catch up. That's where I let them. have it. Yes when you were did you are you in. La Kid yes so so when you were growing up did you were you inspired by Hispanic Comedians or all community. What Paul was it was a big influence. I was influenced also by Eddie Murphy Robin Williams. Those are the three the greats yeah so. Were you like a funny kid in class or no. I was super quiet and my friends will tell you I'm pretty quiet for the most part. I mean if we're engaging. You'RE GONNA conversation. I'm probably the one that speaks. The least neuro speaks yeah at least as far as engaging. I listen a lot. I listen a line so you gotta be careful listeners. You know why people forget. You're there yeah so so what what made you finally go like. I wanted to try like being comedian. I loved the attention I love the attention and so that's when people say hey man when you go on people stop you you know how do you feel about that. I liked the attention engine I do. Some people just want the money but I like being able to walk into a place dressed like like this for the record. I'm wearing sweats shoes with no socks. Fox and a t shirt and a free game throws a Manila stain on it and I can walk into a restaurant where people are dressed up really nice and go to the you know the host and go hi and if they recognize the walk me past everyone. That's there yeah and you know money doesn't do that. They're like they like you. They think like Oh man. You're here cool to have the chef Kamado and say hi and stuff like I like that that's really cool. I enjoy that I like knowing that I've affected the people's lives in a real positive way and they wanna come out and just do a little something nice weather. It's young. Hey welcome try. This and it's did something extra special for you. that's always always nice. I went to the peony in New Jersey. You might have played this big outdoor venue and there's a band called event seven full playing so I took ms after one of the shows does he was fence. We went and the seats had were okay but I wanted to go right to the front so I just go to the front of the front so we went there and the security guard was the sues ladies because he can't stand here and I'm like that's fine okay. I know the band and she's like no. You can't stand like it's really okay and she goes. You can't say well. I'M NOT GONNA move missed like what are you doing us. Don't worry and she says she goes. I see your walk w coming down with this guy like he's looks like. Andre the giant of security guards and Mrs like what do you do is solicit. Were a New Jersey eight. Ten people know who I am here. It's WB territory it's Jericho territory advocate. You'll be okay the guy it comes down. He's like Hey Chris Jericho. I would say show let's say in Wildwood what do you do. You want to stay out here. Hey move away give up putting their put on their Mrs Gamble but that's is an example of not abusing your celebrity status but I know people will recognize me and they'll be cool standards. I'm not bothering anybody. I'm not doing anything wrong but like you said when you get that recognition you kinda get through the rules. Sometimes yeah and that's awesome yeah. You cut the corners right uh-huh. Oh Oh this way yeah you think standing in a good spot. Surely the real good spot next thing you know you're on the stage right exactly exactly but you being being. La Guide being a Hispanic. You must have a huge families in this city alone. This is the number one market. Yeah House is home so this. You're doing staples so that's that's the that's the big the big play staples on center. I mean these are huge arenas yeah. It's interesting to me that interesting. It's cool to see comedians still l. doing arenas and always have you get the big top guys like a comedian playing arena. You would never think that like when you first start you know what I mean yeah because I mean back in the day you saw Andrew Dice. Clay Andrew dice clay was the first one you saw up there performing at Madison Square Garden and around on this tiny little platform rights it and I was like wall and even if he only did it there he did at you know he did it at MSG and so it was a big old deal and I want to say it was one of the specials I remember the ending rounds did called in the round and so since then I mean you had guys like Dane Cook Kevin Hart I mean there's there's guys now like Seinfeld he now he just does small theaters which really surprised me but he probably likes that vibe better maybe but he wasn't arenas the Times Robin Williams Arena Steve Martin Guy you know over the years. It's interesting like a Dane. Cook Not Arena Guy Anymore. I guess guys come and go oh and the business. Do you see that quite a bit yeah I mean there's there's always somebody coming up. You know the you know the more than any but there's always somebody coming up. There's always someone fresh new and so. It's always a battle to stay relevant. It's about to stay interesting. What are you doing to evolve or giving people the same thing so when I go up on stage I'll let them know right off the bat. If you came game tonight expecting to hear the same jokes from Netflix thing I'm sorry it's going to be all new show and they share and I go. Some of this stuff is so new. It's going to be the first time I hear it to go 'cause I. I say I'd rather suck and be new than to kill it with all stuff because you're not going to grow you become just the style thing and people know the punch lines and I'll do that at the end. I'll do a couple of jokes and this way. It's like a all right. We got our class. A greatest hits yeah yeah but you gotta always he goes. ACDC you got to hear him play. You know back in black right. Of course you got to do that so vans of enough if you go out and all you're doing this news. The people get mad. Oh Yeah I want to hear they want to hear the stuff that they yeah no so it works so even for Comedians to it. Does it does but you can't keep doing it because eventually people get tired of hearing the same thing so you got to switch it up. You gotTA gotTa take chances at the the problem with taking chances. Though is that nowadays any little thing you say can be misunderstood can be twisted can be you know uh-huh and even someone like myself. I don't really push the envelope that hard but I've I've caught myself in in moments where Oh shoot somebody. Somebody got offended by that. 'cause it's is really bad nowadays for that. I mean people will jump on you for anything you know. I mean I remember when I was talking about the first cruise and we'll talk about you coming coming on the second cruise but I said like 'cause the one of the big things about. It's it's arrests in cruise. You know it's a rock and roll recipes but I remember this. One guy was a gazillion any chicks on on this thing like it's just going to be big sausage parts. There's thirty five percent. Women booked on this crew. That's a Lotta Bikinis and people can jumped on me like yes and the only people that aren't offended. Were the girls they're like. What are we supposed to wear. Yes we wear bikinis burlap sack but there are so many bleeding hearts off. They're just sex. Objects have women onto where bikinis no. They're wearing bathing suit by a pool because it's in the sonnets crews back off you know I'm telling I used it just any little thing yeah. Have you ever like what have you said. They said something this. You got dogs walking around the build. Yeah it'll take much. You always everywhere everywhere. They've been like forty states and I made a comment onstage about how I walked into a starbucks and some lady asked me are are your dogs service dogs. I said no the chew was there the opposite of service dogs right and basically left it at that next thing. I know at the end of the show I'm getting emails from people that have service service dogs and they're like you're making fun of us being disrespectful and I'm like no no no no all I said was that my dogs weren't service dogs. I didn't say anything negative right. I didn't make fun. I didn't crack Ratto jobs. I didn't talk about it in any mental health. There was nothing that I brought up other than the fact that I just said No. My dogs are not service. dachshunds Joyce loss and that's enough to yeah. It started a whole flood of emails. Are you frigging kidding me right. You got to Apologize Service Dog Association. Co uh-huh. Yeah Yeah No. I'm not. I'm not trying to do that because I'm not in the wrong. All he said was that and and you'll notice that the people will come after you are clearly clearly not your fans these are just people that heard something that heard something and now they're coming after you because that's what they do right controls your boys. We're talking about probably drinking when I commented but some some pastor was mad at you because Oh yeah I didn't let me take us here. We go here. We go all right so but I can't remember they. Were telling us. What are the was the pastor mad because you gave t-shirts away. Wh what was the story with episode is doing this show and I thought I get personal stage. Talk about what's going on in my life and I was mentioned the fact that I'm no longer and my relationship with my sons mom and I was talking about how you know just the effects of of of sacrificing everything in order to get to the top and I got up on stage that night minutes after watching one of my dogs have a seizure to seizures back to back and then rushed to the vets get him checked out so I didn't know what's going on. I get up on stage. My dogs being rushed to the vet and I'm trying to do this show and so I'm getting emotional about my dog back and forth so I get off stage a a good set up for almost two hours and it was it was a big show those about ten ten thousand the big show and then sought the. I felt bad that I was kind of out of it. So I'm reading my my social. Media and people are saying they had a good time had a good time had a good time at one guy. I I see the message and it says Gabriel was depressing. Show was depressing and disappointing and I'm like it's one thing to say. I didn't like your show. Your show was funny. I didn't think you were funny but when he wrote depressing depressing I'm like okay and anytime somebody leaves a negative comment I always look at it like you can take something from that so when I look and see what they're all about because if I look and see that they're all conservative what type of person what are they into what are their likes dislikes and then it. Lets me know how can adjust the material or if I should have just the material first thing I see. He's a pastor and I'm like wait a minute. Are you know why are you judging. Judge Me Dude. I'm looking through his thing and he's you know he's he's legit pastor and so I just wrote back what I wrote back. which is basically how are how are you judge? If you're a pastor wire you judge me you know. Why are you saying this and that I says I if I'm depressing to you and a messing up your date night. I says why don't you help me man of God and I posted it and yeah he no longer has twitter instagram. I didn't tell my fans. Hey go get him. It was just one of those things where I think that I called him out and I could have handled it differently but I was. I was clearly I was clearly depressed but it was one of those yeah I had. Maybe three people that said you should delete that and take that down right away third counts and they were very very very religious guys. I love the post you said. I said what did I say. What did I say. Oh Yeah often. I'll find out I took a screen shot of it. They were telling you would've was and I was like I was probably yeah. I love the fact that I'm reading the comments of how people are taking and I see you read at the top and I'm like what and I thought it was pretty bad. What if I if I was blunt it was because I was drinking but that bothers me though like when people you know like you said that the trolls hit my bros.. And say something yeah do you. Oh you look this guy up. In epic fashion I took a screen shot of it or is it. That has journalism yeah. It is the walls yeah. We're biblical people here exactly exactly exactly yeah yeah because I got it right here. Chimed in you chimed in and and Dustin Justin Justin rose yeah the Eurod scarf and then you included the guy's name and then you wrote Fluffy Guy Roles and it got four thousand likes and ninety one replies storm a little bit harsh on the pastor asteroid politics pastor listing and so Steph Dustin jumped in there too and then hey and until the guy's name call yourself. You're a Dick list piece as of crafts. He's I think he's trying to one up you. What did he say. You're really over the line on that one. So it goes those man. You're going to get in those waters. GotTa Watch you play with the bully. Get the horns right fluffy. 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That was a little different. It was an alternative park work called gator land. It's a real park and I've met the owners and they're really cool people but I gotTa tell you best part about this amusement park. Is They have recording the funniest thing I've ever heard you call this park. This is what you hear Ridge Gator Land America's Premiere Gator Extravaganza Extravaganza. You've seen him on TV that come see 'em lab gator land. You're GonNa live this park then. He says this for Spanish breast too Oh. I got to hear this Spanish but you're gonNA love this park. How do you it is interesting because it's the way of the world now. I'll do the same thing after a fuzzy gaiger after a wrestling Gig you go online to see the you know what people thought of it now. I know deep inside. If it was good or bad no one has to tell me I know but I'm always curious to hear people's thoughts and reactions then once again knowing some people will like it. Some people won't do you do that every show to kind of get a sense of what it was like. Yes and I think a lot of times we set our own. Personal Bar are so high that we can't. We can't believe that some like really you. You can't believe that a person really enjoyed it as much right because I mean we've done it. So how many times that it's like we're we're almost numb to our own performances. What's like I could have done this. I coulda done that should have done that but to somebody. Who hasn't maybe been out in a a year and leg Camman. They had a great time and so you gotta take it for what it's worth. some people will say super positive the best show ever the greatest time ever. Oh my God this and that and some are like you know I really look forward to this. It was a nice time and some are just like I can't believe I spent money on this yeah. We always engage them yeah. I'm sorry that you don't have a good time. Hopefully you'll come out to another show. Give me another a chance and then I'll go back and forth. We give me your half price. Hell no you still. GonNa pay half price. GimMe a break but that's the thing like the the the Snyder told me one time he's like. You know you have to think about it this way like if you had a sheet at your dog had seizure right but there's people that've been waiting for six months to see fluffier. Maybe a year. Maybe they've been waiting ten years or or they've been they got a babysitter and they've been thinking about this night. The tickets were given us a birthday present. Whatever it is you have a responsibility as a performer to do a show absolutely right no matter what absolutely and I think sometimes people people forget that like you might be having a really bad day with some traumatic stuff but you're still you still got to go up there and then you know people have certain expectation and like you said it's you know they went to a lot of trouble double to make that happen right to be a lot of trouble and you gotTa do what you gotTa do when I perform the day that my mom passed away really yeah that that for me was is one of the hardest ones but it's amazing that you were able to? I think I needed to be in a place. Where were you know being being there at the hospital or being around around all that that that wasn't going to help wasn't gonNA bring her back. Do you start the show by saying here had a bad day today or no. I went out there and and went into autopilot and make sure that just go out there and and do the best that you can do and then I just you know at the very end I let the crowd and way today was probably the roughest day of my life and then explain it and then you know there's moments where people can say all was there that night. They saw different side of me. Words like dude. This guy's just did that yeah and then I just said I apologize. I'm I'm not GonNa go outside and do a meet and greet. I need to go home and it was quiet and I left and it was just like wow. Do you still do meet in Greece. After the show I don't have set up meet and greets you know I used to do that and and then also I used to charge and I felt bad bad charging because man you see some people that can't afford they can barely afford the tickets to see the the show and now you want to charge them and us an event or that's all. It's about like a mentioned the you're doing the signing of Franken sons. I've done that too and that's that's. It's a different thing but if it's after show people want to take a picture of them most of the time they can catch me by the tour bus and they do Gotcha yeah. They know exactly where I'm coming out. They know where the back doors is that they know where the back fence is at and so if my rule is if we make eye contact and you yell at me. Hey we'll take a picture. I'll always say yeah and so he can't see them. He can't see them so they'll put a walls and can hear him if he makes eye contact. It's over. We're going to be here for another hour. Yeah now. You mentioned earlier that you onto her five nights a week. We were at the peak I wanNA say forty forty forty forty three to forty six weeks on the road and then just taking the little breaks here and there and you have your tour bus yes does it have like Gabriel Gabriel expressed on the side all right so the first time the first time I had a tour bus and our first story was the fluffy shop. Tour comedy central was sponsoring it and so they said would you like your bus wrapped. I'm like are you kidding me my face on the side of a bus yeah hell yeah so they put my face on the side of the bus and it seemed like a good idea at the time and when when you're parked in a parking lot and people are knocking on your door four. Am Wake up fluffy. The shaken the bus because they know you're in their people started following the bus. We couldn't go anywhere and I remember hearing Dave Chapelle talk about when he went out on tour and then headed bus wrapped. He said that that was the worst idea ever and so now my buses just Matt Black Matte Black and it's got a it's got a little watermark logo on the back which I think is is gonNA come off as well because people have been falling into that now yeah so this is once again. You're talking high classes rock and roll band touring. Reu really quick. I gotTA show this one so we're going from Arizona to California and they have an immigration checkpoint in between the two and we're going on the on the bus that that has my face on it and they stopped the bus for some reason. The dogs were losing their shit. They're barking up a storm and I had a couple of guys that had black Homa. They got rid of whatever they had. Those dogs can smell anything next thing you know we're all outside of the tour bus. Were against the ball the wall of the bus. I'm looking at my face on. I'm just like are you kidding me so we're on the side of the road. We're being questioned for everything in every couple of seconds of cars driving by he let them go. Oh my God did you eventually. They eventually let us go yeah but it was one of those. Are you kidding me. We were in Vancouver driving through to Seattle on on on the bus and go through the Canadian border and they pulled over and they go search the bus same thing and do we're there for like like two hours and the guy comes in and we found some illegal contraband on your boss and my guys were all cool into drugs or whatever you know a little drinking here. In what did you find it was a box of uncle. Ben's Rice Bryce and you can't being rice like certain kind of like instant rice over the border was Black Boll weevils editor. There's something with the Boll Weevil ever heard of a boll weevil beetle right. It's like a beat over there. I guess is very infectious and we sat at frigging stop for four four hours while they debated whether to arrest us for having the box of rice seriously come on guys. You've got nothing else to do because you know you're a rock and roll band long hair and everybody's looking like rocker but the swin you runkel local bands at Basle Uncle Ben do you because we're talking about being a tour bus and having all these big gigs of ten thousand housing tonight and all this other stuff. Where is your. Do you remember your first performance. Your first GIG I first GIG was April ten nine hundred ninety seven here in Long Beach California at a little hole in the wall performing for like maybe thirteen people was that open mic or was it was it was an open mic could just went up there and somebody in the crowd who booked a comedy night. Saami book me to come back the following week. first paid gig twenty dollars. I was like a made it birthright. 'cause it would seem to me it. Did this ten minutes. I twenty five hundred bucks for thirty minutes my first GIG I Rossi show. I mean thirty bucks. I'll never forget. It was a white envelope. It said Jericho without an H. G. E. R. ICO and there's twenty and a ten thirty bucks. He's The frigging grocery store put in for you know eight ten hours a day and you make forty bucks and like you said ten minutes. I have thirty bucks I ranch you can believe he actually make money doing this. And would you ever take calculator and try to calculate like viral for an hour. I would make this much never quite works that way but of course absolutely because it would seem like being a comedian in L. A. would be like trying to be an actor or musician like as a hard market to break into. I had to leave. La In order to to work and become a comic because getting stage time around here was very very hard. You had to know somebody. You had to have credits. You had to be in the mix already in so the first time I actually hit a comedy club was no oh Paso Texas performed. A club called Bart reads comic Strip first time out there was hosting and that was my regular Gig. I would go there four times a year as a MC because you could. They could keep using you 'cause you're only doing ten fifteen minutes and then eventually you know I got. I got enough tape tape at the time. That was all about you can get the footage can get the tape you know. Send me your tape. It was all about sending your tape a video or audio video okay video. Send me your videotape. You're VHS VHS. Now you post something online life but back then you had to actually get a camcorder which is a camera and record yourself and then package gidget research and address go to the post office mail it. It was a lot of work to get your stuff out there whereas now it's that's why tell comics nowadays. It's like you got so you've got so much in new technology at your fingertips. It's like you didn't have to do what you know and then I saw that guy back in my day we had a put flyers and in standard parking lots to talk to people in in vitamin in and so eventually I was able to get myself into they'd have theme nights in. La so they'd have the Latino no night and so that little by little going up performing they're having your the the backdrop of the laugh factory that showing that your legit you know what I mean and maybe you were ready. Maybe you weren't but it took time before I was actually accepted because of lack do bars holes in the wall well. It was not a comedy club and so all the shows that I did. It wasn't really comedy conducive. You wouldn't always have the audience right in front of you. Sometimes you have to perform the audiences is to the side and then you have like eight people over here and so how do you how do you perform to everyone you know right right or sometimes a stage was in the middle and you'd have people in one side of the Roman people on the other side of the room and so it's not even like performing in the round you'd have to literally tell jokes to the side and then walk over to the side and then it was you just took skinny Gig. I performed inside of swimming pools at empty. Performed backyards did weddings yet as graduation parties. You know sometimes they were listening. Sometimes they weren't sometimes. They had a sound system. Sometimes they didn't sometimes it was a karaoke machine really yeah. I mean I'm a diva now. I'm I'm like no no. It's got to be high and Kariuki swimming full now. You're right exactly what was it that was. When was your breakthrough from going from all these places to start doing these bigger rooms. I think once I got on hey my voice cleared up. once. I got on comedy central special had a special especial after that I was like okay the GIG started getting better. I was performing more colleges. That was a big thing good gig very good gigs and and then there there's a show that came out on a station called. GALAVISION the time was called Calicoes and it was English comedy on a Spanish network they they mostly had soccer. It was always sports soccer soccer soccer soccer and they had to fill the the rest of the time and so they always replay this comedy show aw and man they'd reply they'd played so much people just knew if you if you left it on long enough eventually be watching comedy and there was only a few handful of comics at the time. George Lopez was one of the guys that was in the mix that show blew him up and got him to that next level where he was able to get his Sitcom. Dot Com com yeah and then after that guy in that show also gave me a huge platform and and what what got me started with my route fan base did you who is there a kind of a affiliation and a club and a Brotherhood amongst other Latino comics some yes some no. It's it's weird you know. There's always there's always jealousy. There's always you know on better this and this and that I think that a lot of times if you focus on yourself and just do what you gotta do and avoid the bullshit which is hard sometimes because you know somebody gets in your ear and you're like you always wanna call someone out on. It and there's always somebody that's that sees what you're doing. That doesn't like what you're doing. Even though you're doing it better than they are and so it's just one of those things you've got to deal with and it's how you deal with it. Yeah exactly that's it's funny because I was just thinking you. You know you talking about the smaller clubs. I used to go see you might play their side splitters and Tampa. It's like yeah. That's a good room. Jim Rome yeah. I enjoyed that room had one of the best sound system you show up there and you're like what is this place this kind of in a strip mall but it's really nice place but I used to go see Sebastian Ashton Maniscalco there all the time and then he just sold out three nights at Madison Square Garden. Yeah you know it's a couldn't believe it because it was only like psalm two years years ago and in that timeframe had Kombi special had this at that and boom. It just happened for him and it's the same thing with you where these guys play these rooms and then you do a special rush on the now. You're doing arenas like it's pretty pretty fast ride when it starts going another thing too. Is that moments like that can happen now. Because of you know social media and I've seen comics that are ready for it and I've seen comics that aren't ready for him. To how do you mean we'll have the amount the amount of experience I mean I it's different different to go from a club to an arena. If you don't have enough time it'll it'll. It'll throw you off if you don't have the material right right right right yeah material first first and foremost because it's like all right. We've seen your stuff on TV. That's why you know I make it. A point to always changes set always grow it always add more you know work on it and sometimes they get put into the thing where it takes a while to come up with an hour of material and so to go from a club and then all of a sudden boom look what happened yeah. Some people say you know he was funnier when he was when he was at the club who's funnier. That's a great point so so some comics definitely prepared. They're very you know like a give you an example bill. o'byrne is one of the funniest guys out there and he's always coming up with new stuff is just he. He puts out a special every couple years in. He would think that it'd get weaker with with time. It's like you know here's another one. Here's another one here's another one eventually going to run out of gas and bottomless tank and and then you'll see other guys is your life. Oh Wow whoo ooh they're really talking to the crowd a lot inbreeding because they don't have when you see a lot of a crowd work in a in a set. That's yeah they're. They're reaching the reaching Gotcha okay. So where are you from. What's going on. How you doing all right okay. What do you do then. That's you know interesting. If that's the whole set then then yeah I mean on the prom onto is that the management teams will push them even if they're not ready because it's the opportunity. Is there and you. Never WanNa waste an opportunity so of course you'll you'll have different people in your ear trying to push certain ways and it's you just got to be ready yeah and that's why I say sometimes it's the right time. Sometimes it's not the right time. How do you This is interesting to me as a musician like when we started playing more arenas fosse like you know when you when you work club it's a smaller room and like you know sometimes going stage and it's in a corner. There's half a crowd here. That's half brother but most of the time you're playing club. Here's the crowd and you work here and you work here but then go to an arena. It's so expansive as a musician as a as a frontman you're reaching out you're looking around. You're moving from back and forth and trying to make as much contact and be as big as you can so the people in the back row can see you as a comedian. How do you play to an arena in comparison the plane to a club well fortunately now. I think that with the jumbotrons and the screens and people can see you a lot of times better by looking at the screen then looking looking at the physical person right unless you're close enough and I find that you know for me. I always get in that whole I just want to try to make eye contact with as many people as possible but then I watched footage of myself in a big room and I noticed that if I just play straight and play to the camera I'm actually playing to the entire room and one guy that does that very well Kevin Hart. I watched the way he does it. Where you you know he doesn't go to the left. He doesn't really go to the right. He'll just focus on the cameras because the cameras are going to put your best face forward to the crowd and and you just gotTa slow down a little bit with music. It's music but it 'cause you gotta be the temple but with the comedy you really got to slow down to allow time for the bit to go out people to receive it react to it and then you know it's it's a little sister lives of dance at Dan. Right because you don't want to start talking while they're still laughing. That's the secret yeah do you you've mentioned. Kevin Hart a couple of times to see some of that you keep an eye on is the guy like he does big as I am. I WANNA be Kevin Hart level. I have no desire to be Kevin Hart. That man has the schedule restroom. Breaks really work hard no doubt but that that guy is is I don't know how he does. I don't know how he does it. I go I go on and so I look at social media and I get tired. He's at the gym. Hey what's happened to people. I met Jim Jim Right now. It's four walk in the morning. I gotta give him a workout in the four day and then next thing you know he's he's on the shoot. He's on the set. He's in a van. He's on his way over here. He's at an award show and I was getting on a jet and and he's on the other side of the world and I'm like dude. I got my family and he keeps having more kit. When do you find time to grow your family in these you know he's in his backyard. He's in the gym dude. I'm I'm very impressed and I get tired. I get tired. I'm like wow that's a lot. That is a lot I I. I want to enjoy some of this. and I'm not saying he's not enjoying it but he his work ethic is is next level and what I'm striving for is more so I just WanNa keep what I have. I'm happy where I'm at and if I don't grow it anymore. That's that's fine. There's some stuff I'd like to do. If I can do it that'd be great and I plan on doing a movie. I don't want to thirty in a year like Kevin. I'd like to be able to do a film working on the Sitcom Right now. by the way just got approved for season two. That's on that flicks so we'll be doing that. It's a call in Mr Glitz history teacher. I'm playing teacher Korea. I'm playing a teacher and then of course on tour right so if I can just keep this going beds great if I if I'm not playing arenas anymore and I could still perform a comedy clubs. I'm happy to to do that. I just want to continue to just enjoy what I have. That makes total sense to be happy with what you're doing and I'm happy that you're going to be on the Jericho cruise in January but let me tell the a story about how you ended up coming on the cruise. I WanNa talk about some of your favorite gigs and the other comedians you've opened up for their heroes viewers but I wanNA talk about another one of our mutual friends Diamond Dallas page. I gotTA give it for. Dwi Guys I do every show every talk is Jericho episode and it's not just because the DP and DP Wine Dallas the talks Jericho original sponsor Zor is because of what he's done for my life and my career. I'm sure you can recite the story along with me. Dwi saved my wrestling career and my singing career. I wouldn't be the first ever AWA words chomping champion if not for dby and against saying enough you gotTa give this program. A try doesn't matter how old you are going to shape your skill level is male female. Whatever Dwi works for everyone and anyone it's also great for your mental health as well and for wellbeing? It just gives you peace of mind. Your mental state and attitude are just as important is your physical health and go a long way to help any recovery and Dallas has made it super easy for you to try for yourself. Thanks the DVD py now APP. The Yep is everything you need to keep on track. DP himself is on there to help you stay focused on your goals and help you map out the work of that are best for you. You could connect to Bluetooth Heart Rate Monitor one hundred to the APP to keep track your workout data galleries burned you can also get the APP to stream TV so you can do the work on your big street and I've got the APP on my phone. I just open it up. Choose the workout and get going and get fit. Get Loosen up so I want you to take advantage of the seventy free trial of the DP now app get started a deep yoga dot com slash Jericho and Dallas's new book to help you get started. It's positively and stable the art of owning it filled lessons from Dallas his own life and careers achieved his goals also he made things happen. You can get it wherever books are sold so let Dallas DP why change your life start today. Diogo dot com slash Jericho getting the best physical uh-huh and mental shape your life and go do it now talks. Jericho's also sponsored by reilly auto parts trust the friendly knowledgeable parts professionals. O'Reilly auto parts the professionals nationals know what it takes to get the job done right. Professional technicians have counted on O'Reilly auto parts for years. Come see for yourself. O'Reilly auto parts better parts better prices every day. I had to take it easy with the voices. Once I got one of my girlfriend she she used to think it was cute but then you know I scared her one night. We're in the room and she's like what are you. GonNa do to me was like you're GonNa get aw we used to roll. We used to play White House. All of that was so much fun back in the day. I'd wake up at three in the morning. She's like who is it. I was like you know who it. He is speak English mutual friend Brad Williams he was on the Jericho cruise last year and he was saying fluffy wants to go and I thought about asking but but I was like you know I'll. I don't have fluffy type money because no he doesn't he just wants to go. I'm like okay so I reached out to you and we're able to work it out but I thought it was really cool cool because when obviously your people are like guys this is fluffy. You're talking about here but the message came back to me that you said like I want to do this. I WANNA go. It's something personal for me to enjoy what I'm doing in life that you made it happen. I thought that was really cool. Yeah this pissed off the suits. No doubt right. They're like you know how much this guy goes for him. I don't I just WanNa do it. You should be getting paid this. I just want to do it and you know they only see numbers and you got to respect respect. That's their hustle. That's what they do. That's what they get paid for so they're not there to to to make sure that you have a good time. All they care about is that. Did you make so much money because they're getting a piece of it right right but he but once again you need a life tiny to life too. I got things that I enjoy doing and yeah so they already know during April. Don't don't book nothing because they know now that I'm attending certain wrestling events now they're going to know about comecon sold a leave me alone. January twenty twenty four. They're billable guy. That's why I'm glad you're coming because it's a blast. You're going to have such a great time. We had so much fun last year and I'm telling you I watched half of the half of the the the thing on on DDP's storylines he documented that entire crew is and I'm like this is so cool yeah yeah over here sweet jerk. Oh Goddess look at this room look at his balcony and you're up in that haven haven which is like a very private area. Everybody's cool up there. You'll be up there with ric flair. It'll be up there with his family. My Oh dude yeah. He's up in. The Hague bad. You came came into your to your inner sanctum here. There's a ric flair air mural of have you ever met him. I've met him just a couple of times. I got a picture. It was real quick but I haven't had a conversation with them. He's always got twenty people around him at all times. See here's the best part and this is why it's great for you to be in the cruise. You're going to get to know ric flair because we'll be together for three or four days. Whatever it is so so I'm happy now to know that you're fan and you'll be able to interact. Oh Yeah Yeah. Oh Man Yeah I got how big is it was. A twenty feet to ten ten by ten by twenty were will mural little my Walter King Kong space. You mentioned it to me earlier when we talked about the cruise and he said you know you tell your your your your suits that there's certain people that are actually you wanna open for and there were. You're not an opening act but there's still. I don't WanNa do it. Who who are some of the people that you wanNA open for I wanted to open for Willie Nelson big fan of Willie Nelson and he's and he's one of those. He's like one of the last of the living legends who still out there grinding it. I WanNa see like seventy eight now. Thanks and he's still doing the coach Chelsea still doing the stage coaches and just turing whoring and I'm just like such a big fan of his forever and so we reached out to the Willie Nelson Camp and they had no idea who I was like what this want what the comedian well it doesn't have a comedian on the show and I realized that I would just like to just do it once and we couldn't find the right time for it and they were willing to go for it but it just it was who is one of those timing things so I wanNA open for Willie didn't get to do it. hooting the blowfish that was another one but hooting the blowfish weren't together so it was just a Darius Rucker occur show yeah and then dairies went up there and he's saying purple rain this dedicated and fluffy and he's saying to me and I'm like Oh my God. I was geeking out on the Corner Order Purple Rain because he knew that was my favorite song. Okay Yeah Yeah shoot. I'm trying to think of other groups Frankie Valli Valley really yeah I got. I got a chance to get to open forum and got a chance to meet him and talk to him and and hang out with them super nice he actually I wanted to do shows like yeah. Let's go on the road and then of course the suits like you know. This ain't the sixties this eight to Sixty S. What the hell are you doing because they used to be the way it was comedian like Frank Sinatra. Had Tom Driesen open for him for years. Ali singers comics open for them. That's usually how you got to do. Big shows was opening for for singers. it's funny because on this last Metallica tour that took a Jim Breuer what yeah and I was like and then kiss took out a painter alive go paints on stage and I was like come going above all about this the wrong way. I'm GonNa rock and roll band that wants to do a tour with kiss metallica. I gotTa put down the guitar and start painting. Learn how to tell jokes is it. I mean you're you're such a funny guy. Put somebody through a table able to put him through a table. Let's start the show so the guy through the painting we can do my we'll play with fuzzy for when you open for a band and is it a different vibe or is everyone just happy to see because you're fluffy. Sometimes sometimes you get the crowd and sometimes they're like hurry. The hell up want to see our band and sometimes they don't care they. Don't they know they're. They're still trying to find their seats because if you're there if you're there to open up you're going to see people that are showing up late. The lights are certain way. They're not set for the performance. They're just set for people to find their seats. You know you can still hear the noise in the lobby. There's all these obstacles goals that the that the main act is not going to have so. You're just there to get them ready right. Is there any comedians that you would want to bucket list open for. I did get to open for George Carlin. All that was awesome. I got to open for him at the comedy Magic Club twice. That's cool that was that was pretty awesome. That was pretty awesome. Only Oh my God I did get open for Robin Williams at one time really yes and a heat crashed my show and they told me he's GonNa be there and he wants to go on. After you am like well technically that means I'm opening for him. Then we had a comedy club where he has shown that the comedy club in Hermosa Beach Okay Comedy Club and so I got to introduce some ladies and Gentlemen Rob grab away like no way then he walked out because it was a small club yeah the club holes two hundred people in the he's not here and then he walks out and it just Robin Williams inside I started crying for Roberts got open for him. Seem trying to think of other open open for Roseanne. I mean the big ones were definitely Robin Williams and and and this guy was trying to work out some new material or something. Go try it at a small club. Is that what he was doing there yeah. He was working on his last special. Oh okay both of them. Were there working on specials. Robin was working on on his last. HBO SPECIAL AND SOWS SOWS Carlin effort a couple of rumors that maybe just been from wishful thinking but if you heard that Eddie Murphy's thing about doing some some stand up again. I heard that Netflix offered a chunk of change to come out of retirement and do another comedy special maybe to I think that people would watch. I I think I think the Netflix Netflix smart they know the analytics and stuff and so people would definitely tune in to watch. I just don't know how the the sets. GonNa go bill because he's been gone for so long and just based on interviews that I watched of Eddie laline. I don't know if he if he's excited about doing it. I don't know how he's GonNa Approach. Okay 'cause it's not twenty one year old Eddie Murphy now. It's fifty eight-year-old Eddie Murphy. So what is he going to talk about. How's he going to relate. If you've been away from people for so long it's really hard to make that connection again and so in order to build up his set. He's going to have to go in and get his feet in the dirt. Get you know get there and just grind find. Someone's GONNA wind up taking video footage of him working on material. That's the sad part because you want to see the finished product but nowadays everybody's got a camera so so he's GonNa hit hit the clubs or have have really good writers and he's going to have to perform the bits. It's interesting point man because he said a twenty one year old Murphy who is that pissed off at the world but he was a black guy in the early eighties and there was a lot of routines that you could never get away with now. His Act would not fly out of that's none of it you know I mean like to me even have to be that just saying but his routine was about that gay people and all that sort of stuff you can get away with that now none of it none of all man yeah nineteen red flags overpop-. Oh yeah out the gate and then if he goes back and doesn't do that sort of a bit and then and maybe he doesn't maybe he's reflecting on his past or something but it would be hard to do and maybe that's why he hasn't done it so long you know I. I just think that he wants he got into his groove of doing film yeah that C. State in that lane right and then you gotta figure those two comedy specials that he did even if he never did in specials ever again. Those are two of the most just iconic special. You know what I mean. It's like I've done what seven eight and I'm like. They're still not at that level. Yeah everybody knows GONNA do yeah. Everybody yeah like you. You still find his day as we wind down here. You've mentioned wrestling a couple of times. I know you're a huge fan of you. Always been yes yeah wrestlemainia three really yes which was was nineteen eighty seven. Detroit silver on Silverdome. That's the first of May I saw to my first one so many tools that one where they they they had broadcast from three different locations. I think it was Chicago. La New York New York right yeah neck back then it was closed circuit was at a closed circuit location. I don't know what the hell that that meant I went with my friend to the closed circuit we basically what it was a giant TV in the arena and I remember he was so disappointed that they don't have any live matches and I'm like no we paid money to watch TV in an arena this a stupid who why are we doing this like the fact that you're actually not seeing anything live but that's how you would see the pre pay per view. Yeah you know like now watch fights like that. You know like lobby in Vegas. I can't get into a fight so I just go to one of the casinos. That'll have a a closed circuit cool when you're there sitting there with freaking two thousand people in a banquet hall. There's TV's all over the place and you can get to a bathroom without a problem. It's not bad. It's still it's still good energy. Who are who are some of your favorite wrestlers ever man. How do you think we have time you big time out. Some of your favorites. The past the present Gimme a few from the past and a few from the president well present company excluded a stone calls. Always you know for me. Just I always enjoyed. I liked him more than the rock. I was huge oaken. Fans Stone Co came along and I was just always extol goals don't Colton Bolton and and so getting to meet him. It was was not a disappointment because it wasn't like it was in the rings. I go. Steve Asta coming at you and then meeting them in person. It wasn't hey my name's Steven. No it was the same dude and that for me was like awesome. Ours is so big fan of Jake the snake jake the snake one of those like you know he would never yell always quiet and here you can hear about him and and you're just like. Ooh What's he saying in the snake snake's freak me out and so it was always he's one of those like ooh. Heathrow snaking ring and everybody would get another surprise for he's on the cruise to I became friends with Jake through DP be three. DP became friends with Jake and with Scott. Okay scuttle yes with all three of them are on the cruise this old home week do yeah. You should be paying me to go on the cruise out. Tablet is still available although not anymore. We're sold out now. Oh you bring uh-huh yeah but you mentioned that you went to a double double nothing in Las Vegas Eighty WS I. I was very impressed. It was very very very impressed now. Tell me your thoughts as as a fan who hadn't seen a w before I had. I had certain expectations because I mean you know you guys were pumping pumping it up and all the promos again big fan of of a good production. The PROMOS had high production value didn't seem like it was wonky. It seemed legit Buddy Alfred Amen. GotTa stick. It's gotta stick as he had he got there earlier because I was that a having lunch with a oh I got to think of his name Gordon. I was having lunch with Gordon and so I'm like are you can't even you you know because I had to go the Gordon Ramsay things set up and so I had to send Alfred ahead of me to go so he caught the first few matches. I caught the second half but when I got there. I was very impressed with again. The production value it was as good it was as good as the you know as as the the other guys the matches inches the my favorite match was the younger young bucks young young bucks versus. Lou Brother Spending on Phoenix all my God that that match was just it was non. Stop there in the ring out of the ring. They're doing things in sync I was. I was blown away by that match. I had never never seen the the young young young bucks. I'd never seen them Russell before and I was just these guys been and I be- I became fans of of names and faces that I had never seen before and it was it was one of those things where when I thought it was over clearly it wasn't over. you know you had the match you had the belt and I'm like wow okay. This is awesome and I'm trying to walk out of the building without with my buddy Alfred and Tommy Dreamer. Stop US or are you going to go. I got I got a show to do he because you're walking down the best part turn around. Just keep watching ensure shit. You know you guys set it off and I'm like Oh my God and even then when I thought okay now. It's over next thing you you know there's a freaking gold is up there with a sledge hammer like wow that's the oxy came down and beat up. Canyon me. Oh Dan we we had such a great time and we talked about it. We're like wow this. This is legit. This is legit when you were. GonNa have a good time but we didn't think that it was going to will be at that same level and we felt that it was and I think that's and I think that was everyone's opinion. That's why wasn't all out. I think than we just sold out for TV taping three hours. That's in October so it's an amazing product. Thank you and it's an exciting time for a wrestling fan and to be in the business. This is well you know coming out the gate because I feel like I had that whole. Is it GONNA be like. TNA when they first came out 'cause it was like all the rumblings overcoming out there. It was like Oh okay okay but I didn't get that from Awa. like you said there's a lot of guys that are like. Kanye Megan the young bucks and they've been doing this for years that mainstream wrestling fans have never heard of that are and do the same thing that you just did like where these guys been. There'll be ten year overnight sensations. He's been doing it for so long that are gonNA blow people's minds and that's why I was really excited about it as well so give me a four x shirt that I couldn't find that night four x four X. Awol rocket. I'll get you one last question for. I always if I have a restless on I'll ask them what their favorite match I've ever had and and and bans favorites on they play for you. Is there a certain GIG that stands a few that was like a special gig. your favorite. GIG that you ever did the one that really stands out to me is one right here on the floor. April Seventeenth Twenty Fifteen Madison Square Garden and I could say I played the big house. That's crazy yeah as the headliner as the headliner so that was like okay I even told the crowd says you know every time I do. Interviews and people ask me. When did you know you made it and I go. I've never wanted to say say that because I feel like when you say that you stop growing once you say you've gotten to the to your destination. Why keep pushing keep moving forward and so. I never wanted to say say that because I felt like it would psychologically making stop trying harder. I says but I says but after tonight if someone asked me. Would you know you made it. I'M GONNA have a date and I says I says I'M GONNA say it's April Fifteenth April fifteen twenty any fifteen yeah Madison Square Garden New York City and when I said that the whole building erupted because I said you guys this today people can no today's is the day because after draft playing Madison Square Garden you can't be like I'm still struggling to kind of you. Know Him struggling to take your auto from so-called. That's not bad dude. I'm excited for the crews and we have a great time. I'll make sure that industry to Ric flair don't fan boy too bad when you meet him so so tell everybody who's who's in your host. Now all this analysis let's do it. Let's hear it is right here. Well Brad Williams. could make the crews because of his wife having the audacity to have a baby during the cruise. Oh you knock up your wife. You knew you had a cruise to go to the new host of the Cruise Gabriel Iglesias right here yeah so that means that basically what the hosts means that you have to basically follow me around if to carry my bags. You have to pour me a drink if to clean my cabin if I need it all that sort of stuff that's all. I'm in the green man. I just I just bought a house next door to Brad Williams grandma really. I didn't even know really yeah. Brad hits me already goes eight. Did you just buy a house at such and such. How the hell do they know because it's not even in my name. I put it under a different name to how do you. I don't even go there and like you live next door to my grandma. She's ninety years old and she knows you live there. All my God well. You registered a different name but you registered under fluffy no off right now his grandma she's ninety years old but she's like neighborhood. Watch oh Jewish neighborhood watch. She knows what's going on. Yeah that's great man. Show the two brads grandma shot at the breath grandma and shut up two brads a future kid yeah and shot up to to the new host of the Jerky so then you hosted the cruise Gabriel Iglesias. Thank you all right. Thanks to Fluffy Gabriel's beyond the fluffy world tour two thousand nineteen starts Friday. This Friday in North Dakota used to go there from Winnipeg for vacations. what happened in place you can get tickets at fluffy. Guy Dot Com makes me check him out. He's so funny and his Netflix comedy series. Mr Glaze just got picked up for season to go binge sees them one so that you're ready new episodes come out next year and of course you will see. Am Hosting Chris Jericho's rocking agency part is sold out but you could still get on the waiting list at Chris Jericho cruise dot com. If somebody can't can't make make the reservation happen can't can't go go to the good of the cruise or whatever if a cabinet opens up before we set sail January you'll be able to join us for the case of a life in the still a chance go to Chris Jericho cruise dot com sign up for the waiting list to get on the ship with fluffy ric flair and debut. Jake Roberts Booker T. MVP the guerreros rose Jack Slaves keeping the ice cold and ready Craig Gas Fonzie farewell two fear kick axe the torch Rubik's Cube Jerry James Nichols because Davis Vivek project killer Queens the whole Awa crew the young Bucks Cody Kenny Omega Brandy Roads Hangman Pay John moxie panella before Lucia Soroush. Mg have all the famous big stars will be there beyond the darkness. Don goes stories. Go get on the waiting list of Christianity cruise DOT COM and go to Iraq dot com to get tickets for the last last four shows of the unleashed in the West tour. We are going to be in Dallas tonight. September twenty fifth can't haul Jerry James Nichols and sons of Texas September Twenty six Houston at the Warehouse Live James Nicholson says the Texas September Twenty Seven Hattiesburg Mississippi with Jersey Nichols as a timber twenty eighth in Atlanta at the masquerade. Astray looks like that shows probably going to sell out with James. Eagles tantric trapped southern on wrestling will be there lots of stuff going on. It's a huge festival there so go to Fasel Dot. com your last chance to see the shows before we go back into the studio and your last chance to get one of our. VIP Meet and greet hundreds of people joined US tour for a mini concert hanging out with us getting stuff scientific and pictures emigrate time so all that information at Fawzia Rock. 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Why Gabriel Iglesias' Character On Mr. Iglesias Is WAY Closer To Reality Than You Think

Direct from Hollywood

02:50 min | 1 year ago

Why Gabriel Iglesias' Character On Mr. Iglesias Is WAY Closer To Reality Than You Think

"Give yourself a delicious taste of happy with a starbucks caramel ribbon crunch frappuccino blended beverage swirl of ice cold goodness made for sweet slow sipping your day. deserves a treat download the starbucks APP to order ahead. How did the world's greatest entrepreneurs? Find their way to such prominent positions of success I'm Jeff Rosenthal in art of the Hustle my podcast from iheartradio I sit down to chat with the cultural innovators magnates shaping our future from the CO founder of the black lives, matter movement to the former CEO of twitter join US each week as we discussed, insights and critical advice shaped all of their lives listen to the art of the Hustle on iheartradio APP apple podcasts or you get your podcasts. Direct from Hollywood Gabriel Iglesias Aka Fluffy plays a character clearly based on himself on his hit Netflix's Sitcom the show after all is called Mr Iglesias. But rather than being a comedian, he's a schoolteacher. The thing is even that element is closer to the real Gabriel than a lot of people realize believe it or not. I was actually in line to be schoolteacher I took a course in highschool called. Exploratory teaching if their attention you can teach that the kids were just like glued to me, and so I could say anything in the room was quiet and of course, when I crack a joke, they'd start laughing I was already performing and I didn't I didn't realize it but we want fluffy as their teacher. You'd laugh all day long Mr Zuma's is streaming on Netflix. Now that's direct from Hollywood. Zoomed out Netflix wants to many welcome to the Carlos Watson show a brand new TV show from Ozzy, we did define unreal with Andrew Yang. What would you done differently do actually have won the whole thing why would have hung out with you a little bit more Sean Spicer Black lives matter doesn't make anyone's life there they leave the bulk of the doors we bring you the conversations you need to hear to make sense of this crazy here. Join Me Carlos Watson on the Ozzy Youtube Channel. We're listening to the podcast version on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever else you listen. At Iheartradio we bring you the best podcasts from the Ron. Burgundy show to the breakfast club to stuff. You should know. Really all of today's biggest names. But each of these shows started with an idea and now we want your source we're looking to you for the next great podcast. Simply go to next great podcast dot com to get the details and submit your pitch will select up to ten semifinalists and give them thousand dollars to produce a pilot. Then listeners for across the world vote on their favourite to decide the next great podcast enter today at next great podcast dot com. That's next great PODCASTS DOT COM. Why shouldn't the next great podcast come from you?

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Throwback Throwdown

Mojo In The Morning

11:29 min | Last month

Throwback Throwdown

"It's mojo in the morning's throwback throwdown us a fun morning. We got sharpies. you know. We only got treats like this after a big occasion. What's the big occasion that we got parents. That were ten thousand degrees in this radio. Okay that's good enough there. You go all right. We're going to get to a card from me for father's day. Don't you think it'd be a little weird. If you got me a card for father's our boss. Tony is helping me fix my car this week. Like they're like showing me how to fix my car. And i almost bought father's day card because really all right well. Happy father's day to day ads. And let's all have a slurpee together right now. We're gonna give you a chance to win some good prizes. Who do you think's going to win. The throwback throwdown will iffy spike shannon. Meghan or mike. I picked in the draft goes to brandon. Who you chosen. Mike is my guy today. Let's go second pick in the draft. Goes to kimberly who you choosing my girl magazine. You got it. We don't have this to at least you can get that t shirt from brandon printing. That says i played the throwback throwdown with megan and meghan. What else it there you go. We got spike and shannon. Still on the board. You choose monica scanning. It's like everybody's forgot who's been winning lately. That what a horrible father's day for you rochelle. Not for me. You pick them. You got him. Hey you know what it could be a little farther eight can pick anybody. She wants her show on ice. By what would you do if she said none of the above all right here we go guys. I two three. Your name is your buzzer title and artist to throwback throwdown. Ellen's judging first song and the mojo in the morning throwback throwdown is mike spike. Mike justin timberlake crimea river. Yes andrzej on the board rapid fire next song and the mojo. In the morning throwback throwdown is this is spike S story of a girl by the credit river looks so sad in a way. She shannon story of girl. Vertical horizon megan blind note saw. You might not. Mike make space jam soundtrack. One thousand nine days in. It's absolutely story of the girls. He's all right. Nobody gets that one. Throw that song out mike. Still the only one on the board. Right allie got one. No one else has any point neck song in the mojo in the morning throw back throw down is spike spike. At is kelly an old dirty bastard and the name of the song. Got your money yes. Got it off baby. All right spikes on the board right elliot. Fake and mike are tied with one point. Cheated and meghan and nothing. Okay next song in the mojo in the morning throw back throw down is my my rural myers heaven. All right right makes the lead with two points. He can make it a short throwback throwdown and when it was the next one space got one point could tie it up shannon and meghan are not on the board yet. All right brandon. You wanna win this thing. Go you got this my next song. Next song in the mojo in the morning late next song in the mojo in the morning throw back throw down is mike incubates strikes. Getting good is still me. It has two points could win it with the next one. Spike and shannon both have one point tied up. Meghan has to get on the boys he asks. You know told you kimberly j j you had three other people who all right here we go. I think meghan keen on board with this next one. The next song in the mojo in the morning throwback throwdown. Mike can win it with mike mike for the win enrica iglesias lobby a shannon and rica iglesias. Tonight i'm lovin. You buzzer meghan. Might as well in regain laziest tonight i know you. Obviously that spikes serve me knock them. So here's a two day by itself you still here. Oh yes. I am going to say my name. Spike spike summary. Already said it and ricky iglesias tonight. I'm loving you. Album and ludicrous. There was actually a dirty versions. That you play in your club probably left hits different too. 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Gabriel "Fluffy" Iglesias

On with Mario Interviews

12:21 min | 1 year ago

Gabriel "Fluffy" Iglesias

"With Mario Lopez. Mario, Lopez. Join me now on Zoom from the Netflix show Mr Iglesias. My Ma'am Fluffy gave welcome back man was. Follow. Your stories man you're here. You're there. You're everywhere you're you're in Mexico doing shows that were freaking Delahoya. You're over there making a questionable Christmas. Try to stay busy keeps me out of trouble. I was happy about the show coming back. I posted about you right there with the. To kick it off and DOB, congrats on another season and I'm always happy. For your success because I tell everybody I go, he's just as nice down to Earth Guy. He deserves everything. He has so congrats. Thank you. I've already killed my. My my Blanco Tequila guilty on Yahoo. Yet. Okay, I'm have to keep you stock then. Right there man, good stuff. Now Gabe I know obviously you're on the road a lot. Usually because of of touring with stand up comedy and stuff and I've gotten to see a bunch of times. How is it now not being able to travel, and just just with this? Stay at home? Order right here. How how? With that? Dude man I got so bored I started working out. They. Were you working out of my boy? Ten goes boxing boy ricky? I couldn't go over there. Because clearly they closed out the jams, but I I got a gym here. It used to be a coat rack, but not actually use it. I Get I got to treat her. The comes down and works out with me. About four times a week. Good creatives. Feel stronger I get up easier. Things hurt less because. I can see the benefits. Mankind miss being on stage I. Miss Going out there and doing my thing and I'm going on four months now without doing standup and it's. Yeah I'm scared I don't know what's going to happen. Yeah, yeah, I mean I. Just when we thought the end was in sight, then a couple monkey wrenches get thrown I doubt it'll last throughout the whole year, and hopefully so as twenty twenty one. Comes to US things should get somewhat back to a a semi normal war. We at least be around crowds. Are you hearing anything different? Or what is? What is the buzz with with? At least the stand up comedy tour out there regarding that? I'm hearing that a few different. Comics are finding ways of doing it. There's of course the video zoom I stand up. Shows There's people doing shows that drive INS, and they're performing onstage. People are in their cars, trying to find ways to social distance and. You know what if they can pull it off good for them? I unfortunately I I can't do it. I I'm either doing the way that I was with a live audience or I'm just not going to do it. Yeah, exactly that now there's nothing like that that energy that you feel right there. meanwhile people can be checking out a lot of TV in part to mystery. GLOSSIEST has dropped on Netflix not too long ago. What's going on this season? Man, well Netflix's broken up the season into two parts, so it's a this is season two part two right now currently, and then in the fall. It's going to be season two art three, so it's it's weird. I think they've depressing the love. It's like a season without the race. They found a way to to tweak it up there, but it's it's fun. It's a fun season. There's a there's a little hint of love in the air. Some some good. There's a little mini availa going on there amongst all the stories with. Age and I I think that that the show has a lot of stuff. That's going to be very. Relevant to right now, and and you know we. Luckily, we got the show done before before everything happened, but a lot of stuff is is hitting home right now. Yes. Early similar hustle Tell me about your love interest kissing scenes yet. I ain't saying nothing. We gotTA. Watch you gotTA. You GotTa Watch. Man Okay okay, but judging by the smile though I I guess it went well. I guess right there. What about what about in real life player was that with the love interest in real life? You still a rock and single right now our. I'm I'm I'm that's what I'm claiming on my taxes, so we're going to go with that one for now there you go smart man right there, smart man! You got that cool little dog though Which one was I got one? That's. and. This is gonNA. Look wrong because I know. It looked like I'm reaching behind me. Out of your pocket back pocket. Day you're like a magician. Love it. These guys are are always close by and they just they pop up, so there's another guy. Oh, I forgot you got. You just have to right now. Yeah. There's another one under the table. He's a little too heavy and I've only got two hands all so cute. The one is like fifteen or something, right? This is Lisa and Lisa is fifty role. That might be the Causal Doug. Be Team and that's what's the math on that fifteen time seven. I mean that's that's all that's all. Talk an than anyone here at the office. We're on. We're all big dog lovers here so that's awesome. We love to see that I get her weekly vitamin. Treatments, yeah I think dogs basically write it up. Jews that dog that. Might have to start doing that with my little dog Julio. Julio, he's eleven now. Bro and he's a French bulldog. So you know that's that's up there. Like Bodas, he like I. Don't think he can see too well because he's running stuff now. He's getting in there hopefully, though hey. juicing things whatever you're do. Don't come out looking like John Crews on the. Wife said for sure. My Dog. Blind two years ago. And she had cataracts cataracts cataracts. Rise were completely blew. and. Took ran and they fixed rupp's. You've got by on a guys, so she could see again. Oh, wow! Oh! That's awesome. I'm have to do that I'm about their with Julio so okay good. She's awesome right there. Have you been writing at all as far as. I know you can't perform on the road, nor do you want to, but. What about just material jotting stuff down for when that day comes. Roy. The lesson I want do is talk about covert or talk about any of the issues with like trying to go get a coffee or mask and stuff like that when I go back if I get to go back. I'll address it with like some small like maybe a little video at the beginning of the show just to let people know. Hey, we went through a lot, but now we're here and let's just yes. And, I'm GonNa hit the ground running that I don't i. don't WanNa. Dwell on any of this because I think people are just tired of it I'm with you. I'll talk about what it's like now, yeah! Yeah Yeah! Yeah Smart I love that. I love that. All right before I. Let you go, Momma, put you on the spot. Quick questions. Quick Answers, okay. Quick answers. READY FAVOURITE SHOW! You've watched during quarantine. Favourite show that I watch during quarantine dead to me. That's me okay. Yes, which one is! Is this applegate show? Yeah, just season one. It's amazing. Get hit! It's a white novella it's. Good I. Want to check it out. That's the perfect description for it. There's like Susan's. Just announced the third and final. I think okay. I'm out to get into that. Okay. Good nicknamed growing up. Keno Geeky no I like Aquino. Why'd you go enough? Inaki, Aquino? Fluffy just seem. I wasn't a big fan of Keno. Keno is, it's a nickname. The I don't know what family member came up with it. Because, I've heard a Kiki, but I haven't heard Aquino. Keno. Sounds like penal yeah. That's about it. I have no idea how came up with, but that was the nickname growing up. Okay? What does she know? I'm calling you that from now on. Keno. What's something that you learned in twenty twenty? What is something that I've learned in one thousand twenty? I've learned that I'm in a much better mood when I get a full eight hours of sleep, I've never gotten so much sleep in my life like I go to bed and I I. Wake up and I'm sore from just. Got Him so jealous. That sounds amazing. You GonNa. Figure I was going to bed late. We had. We always wake up early. Go to the airport, yeah! Check into the hotel. Go Go for soundcheck. We'll get something to eat and so was always go. Go Go, so I've never had time to just sleep. Yeah, it's awesome I'm so jealous. Spend your favorite place to perform standup. They replace performed standup. It's a tie between Paso and San Antonio and I gotta just say it's because the people are so mazing. They're just so welcoming. I feel like you know when people come out to Siemian in those venues in those in those cities. I feel like it's like family. If he was really really close, too those two cities, yeah, I love those two cities agree best part of quarantine for you. All the sleep all this and all the postal mates man like food. Posts, mates and overeats. It can go either way man that's either the the greatest thing that happened or the worst thing to happen, but no god bless those guys. Thirty five minutes basic on the bathroom I go blow it up. Why Dan, we're living the life. We've got the same lifestyle hey. Guinot, last question. How many splendors are you putting into your vintage coffee these days? I am pudding. And all, that's good. Good because you won't point. During like eighteen or twenty, wasn't it? That serious Sherri, shepherd. To splendors twenty gay I I asked her about that. She told me I. Remember just proud of it. I, think technically that's putting ice tea in your splendor at that point. Okay, so good player, too. It's Good I. Love that you had what handy right there. I just finished mine too I had posted online. What my what my starbucks order was and. Up got a hold of me and they sent me a big Ole freaking Pablo Escobar bags. We got you. Got To God Lhasa Day I'm jealous of your sleep and splendor. Right here. It's always great to catch up with your brother. CONGRATS, hopefully I'll get to see you soon in God bless you man. Yes. They Delahoya reached out to me because I got my own phone call to you know. Yeah. And so he's all bugging me about like. How do I get one? What do I do I had him I had one made for him and. I made the law. That's two am to see him later today to. Told them of also I've been asking them where to send it and he hasn't given me an address. Hey, you want me to have my assistant. Go pick it up right now. All right. He's a text. Text me right now your address, my sister goal in an pick it up. On the list, and if you WANNA get one got you. That's tight. I got they made a little slater went on. Have a mighty with Lopez won. They need a little slater. What about tim? Frazier one can get one. You got the guy the guy that's awesome. That is out whatever you need. We make for everybody in the office. You know we've got the fluffy one we got the. One. We can make them big small. You name it side-hustle. That's tied I like. Bright here. All right Kino. With that address and I'll get you. Meanwhile, everyone watched part to mystery less. Yes out now on Netflix, thanks for checking in Umbro. They've grow. See you soon all right. Thanks amy up no frills. Of! With Mario Lopez.

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Gabriel Iglesias Interview

The Cruz Show On Demand

15:54 min | 8 months ago

Gabriel Iglesias Interview

"Komo cardi b. the cool show podcast on iheartradio subscribe like insurance here this three glaciers. Congratulations netflix's here. We go yo congratulatory calling it part three most awkward role so it's technically season two and it's the second half of season two. Yes it's like okay. So season one. We'll just see the one but now we're in the new season and then they broke it up into two parts to season to season to chapter two. Yeah it's very confusing. Because some people are saying congratulations on season. Three and i'm like what's not technically season three. But i'm not gonna argue you because it sounds cool. Does it successful. You know what i'm saying. She's in three thousand central. Congratulations now fluffy you've hit many stages sold out stadiums fluff you've done so much traveled the world. You know a few times and having now a sitcom that's got to be a dream come true as a comedian as a latino pretty awesome plus the fact that my name is actually on the show. So that's at the end of the care and the fact that might name and so it's it's so it's not. It's not like we have to ask. I wonder you know. What am i going to see on the show. I know right. I wonder who's doing it. What's up y'all fluffy is one of your comments. Veyron the food community right. You're speaking on. You know not waiting for the opportunity as latino to break to gopher. Can you elaborate on that message. A little bit more. Because they know comments only do so much right. Can you just preach a little bit more on. Fluffy says what he said. It's a good thing. I didn't wait. Yeah yeah well. Here's the thing is that as entertainers as especially as sometimes we. We like to voice. Our opinions about hollywood has not given more opportunities. And it's just one of those things where i think so much. Energy is being spent on complaining about why it that's the case as opposed to using that energy. And just pulling a tyler perry and creating your own you know. We're in a time. Now where social media is free. Youtube is free. If you a phone you can create your own content. And why wait for for hollywood to do it because you know hollywood and say let's just give this guy a show. The only reason they gave me a show was because i built the following that i did it through social media through a platform by doing my own thing i had to leave california and go on the road and perform it become an established comic on the road before i was accepted at the clubs in california before i could play at the laugh factory at the comedy. Store at the improv. I had to go kill it at the chuckle hut somewhere. North dakota added go. Do the funny bone had all these little holes in the wall and then come back home to finally be established and recognized so again. It's like we can continue to complain. They're not giving us these arts. Not giving us these roles or you can go and create your own and then create your own opportunities to help others extreme true. You can't wait to get put on a how now wait you can put on man. That's that's a big mistake and misconception. Like yeah gotta put me on. We get that all the time. Plenty on the radio. Put me on the radio. You gotta put yourself on the radio. You gotta put yourself in there and and it's a better story once you do it on your own our apple and then of course you will get pushback where people say. Oh help me out you know. No one helped you help me out. Well you know. That's part of part of it is is the struggle part of it is if you don't know what it's like the struggle. What good is it. The handsome won the title. If you don't know what it's like to fight for it thank you and you've got to have some fighting you and i think too many times things just get handed over so easily and it's just you you don't fight to keep it you don't fight to appreciate it in. There needs to be a sense of struggle for you to really appreciate and grow and just be better. We got to put that clip out have underground after one right. There man fluffy's on with us. Mr glaciers on netflix men. Congratulations here we go. The crew was back great. Cast south alford roll blasts. Who who makes the pants was fred. Alford on this show people another guy who's making a guest appearance on this season of mystery lists. Yes is a big big superstar in the spanish speaking world. Quousque mia man. You want to talk about a mover and shaker. The the fact that he's on the show knows it's an honor to have him on the show. Thank me i think we played like having. No no. no. No no thank you for being your seriously thanks for let me thank you for the parking go. Don't no thank you for parking here driving back and forth. We're played tennis also this season. It looks like mr garcia lovelock's takes off. What can we expect. Expect exactly what. You're expecting matters like james with virgin as to to make sure that my kids had opportunities on the show that they had you know that they had somebody believing in them and and it was that whole thing were mystery. Lists was sacrificing a lot of his own. You know life and so yeah. It's it's kind of one of those things where he finds a little happiness and i won't let you know how much happens. You gotta finish yourself. Yes sir now fluffy. What's the most rewarding part of this. Show you when you go home and you lay your head down at night. what are you what. what are you most proud of. As far as this show goes mr iglesias on it. Let's the thing is is that you been a comic. I've never looked at myself as an actor. That's why i don't say oh actor-comedian no no no no median. Who just happens to do acting. And like i still don't see myself as an actor. It's just cool. The fact that i was able to to to do something like this and and have it be you know. The show is very diverse. It's it's a nice group of people and we did that without telling us you have to do something that's diverse that shows you know People from all walks of life in it. We did that before. People started cracking down. And saying oh how come you're not representing this or doing that. And so i love the fact that we were ahead of getting Yelled at or being being told how we needed to be. The show was just a show where i says i want anybody who watches it to be able to see themselves. That's exactly the audience sees themselves in the shell. This is why is very successful. Mr iglesias on netflix fluffy during and major. You know you guys tackle a lot of important issues on the show as well but in a way that is done in a lot of homes as well so with parents and older siblings and were able to convey a lot of real positive messages and messages that are sometimes a little bit difficult but the fact that it's a comedy show we're able to do with the light hearted so i never want people to feel like they're being preached to or being told. This is how it has to be. It's here's some positive messages if you like them cool if you don't like them. I hope you had a good laugh. I said exactly right here. The number one goal of course is is entertainment. That's what people tune in. They want to be entertained. And if you can spread a positive message while you're doing it even better unity through laughter. Fluffy that is the that's the motto. You fail me fluffy guys. I still catch heat every now. And then because know during my regular standup shows. I try not to get political. I turned out to be divisive but this show does touch on certain topics that can be viewed as divisive and. that's where it gets a little tricky for me. Because i try to make sure that it's not my character that says certain things so that i don't catch heat for it. Robert at the end of the day is show has my name on it. So i'm still the one that catches the heat wasn't right right right. Yeah because you. You're the face you're the name so anybody messes up. It's right back to is what i try to tell. Let you all the time. Listen when you screw up ice grew up exactly exactly. He doesn't believe it though. Luckily for you. I don't really only not anymore. Good disclaimer on my instagram. At the end of the day and all matters who's cars getting keyed in the parking lot. That's it that's it. Ya'll fluffy guy dot com still plenty of product to pick up there especially for the holidays men. Everybody loves software. You tell me again. I love the dogs burritos my little my little baby getting a little baby all this amazing. That's great that could be found right now. Guy dot com. Yes if you order today you will receive it by christmas. Sneaking christmas looks at your christmas. You know what. I just wanna chill environment. I know that right now. They're telling us. Basically you gotta celebrate christmas in a closet with a blanket and a candle and can only be one person in the closet. That's i feel like that's the rules are right now. And so it's one of those I have a bubble. I have a bubble of people that i'm constantly around and i do I purchased a bunch of tests. So and i have a a nurse on back to so we're constantly testing or constantly making sure the world k. Because at the end of the day. If i go down everybody goes downside. Make sure that everybody's staying safe and that You know anybody that's been cleared and we do it like i said every every week We're either the q tip. It goes in the nose. Yeah yeah plasma urine you can you name it man. It's crazy and by the way. If somebody gets the kobe what do you tell them. You know. we haven't had anybody come back positive. We've had a couple situations where somebody might have had a fever or coming had a cold but we're really quick. We're really quick. If somebody shows up and we get in the car you gotta go texan. you know. We're really quick and we also have the digital numbers if anybody's remotely not doing okay. We keep them. Yeah we're doing facetime you me. Hey fluffy before we let you go A moment that stuck out for you and twenty twenty could be anything up and down doesn't matter so let me tell you the silver lining to this year even though i had a bunch of things You know get canceled including my my stand up career Not council council but just hold until life comes back is that i had time to actually start working on myself so putting off forever is going to the doctor and i finally went. I went to go see an endocrinologist which is a diabetes specialist. And i've got my sugar under control. So i got a. I got a monitor. But i wouldn't my arm and i change it every two weeks and what it does is basically it monitors my sugar levels round the clock and my sugar goes up. The alarm goes off on this. And if my sugar goes below hundred the alarm goes off on that so if it's quiet all that's right that's right. I've lost almost sixty pounds way. We're still But a bit a little bit better. And i wouldn't have taken the time to do that because i was just working so much. And i'm one of those guys that not if there's work to be done there's work to be done. There's no time for anything else. That's work work work while you can show. Businesses can go away tomorrow and if you take a break. Somebody's not taking a break. Could take your spot so You know that's where my head was so it took a pandemic for me to start working myself but But we're doing that and that's the most important thing man stay with us. Please stay with us. You are a national treasure. Mogae said we love you man. Thank you meet the soda more work together for when whenever you down skit taco video. The remix remix. You drop some lyrics new. What the only wrapping i do is residents. Hey speaking of gifts you know fluffy thank you very much for congratulated me on my second child. I do appreciate that. Thank you very much They don't know the sex of the baby books. You know what is happening again. I can tell us are you. Are you up to him. I don't know it's up to him and phoebe. I hold up a blue cup. A red the red sea the peace through this metal. The red is is not a good. I totally does not my net strong. What to win. Now i am not having to it. We don't do looks like hair. Look they're gonna have fluff. Let him know what the award goes. Through the suspense. Nothing spence knows what he's doing because what way mystery. Glaciers is on netflix. All right all right show is needed to confirm 'cause ready. Yes sir threes. Give me the trump and boy. I can't wait thank you. Yes i am a boy dad. Two boys man. It's finally out. You know how many times i messed up by the way you guys now garcia's in here as well how many times i accidentally said it had covered oppor. How many times. I almost said it on the air as well while i was very tough for me for someone with little smarts like me. I was very hard. Thank you yes. Thank you plant garcia and sophie. Protect against this is a lot better than sitting a mountain on fire. Yes this is the reveal thank you very lacey's on net flicks congratulations. You know you are our brother. The song real ninety two three congratulations and thank you very much for helping me out today. Thanks you guys in graduate. congratulations again. Thank you bro. 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Julian Edelman, Gabriel Iglesias, and Pick Your Villain

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Julian Edelman, Gabriel Iglesias, and Pick Your Villain

"It's another addition to KFC radio, presented by post mates brought to you by mountain. Dew do the do baby. This here's to all the doers. Do I do much technically? Not technically. Yes. Though, technically I do a lot. Just not very active stuff. It's a lot like you know, I do the internet and I do like tweets and I watch Netflix. Those are all the things that I do you know, I don't think there's anything wrong with that. Yeah. I mean, that's doing drew me. It's not like your typical, you know outdoor activity, so I can drink mountain dew to fuck all you guys a drink my mountain dew. I watch Netflix tonight. But if everybody out there who's doing it you're doing a big get yourself. So I'm going to go skateboarding. Are you? Yeah, I'm hoping my boosted boy mousse, aboard, I'm gonna cruise around town on that drink in an ice, cold mountain dew, baby. Here's the mountain do do the do. On the show. We have Julian Edelman her to him. He's an hassle. He's good looking to successful to humble is an asshole. Yeah. You like them is addicted. Like we also have. Gabriel iglesias. See CCR puppy Gabriel Iglesias. I didn't know he started calling himself, fluffy thing I saw you referred to that always times. And then like that. Like he's, he's, he's, I think is first special is on the flat them. I'm not fat and fluffy. Like that rebranding. So yeah, he's one of the most successful comedians of all time and I'm not even joking. He's been selling out arenas for like a decade straight. He's on that Dane cook shit, but he ain't going away, Dan cook. Like he he had like that. Lightning in a little Iglesias just sells out arenas. Like everywhere he goes for, like fifteen years now. He's got a new show on his he's bridge. He's rich anything's richer Eshelman or glasses off the bat. I would say Gracieuse see, I think that'll man. I mean that'll well, I don't know. I, I was I think he just signed a new deal, like for like thirty fifty million nine per and like, yeah, I've been doing this for a decade. He's, he's been in the when we were talking element when, when he told me he was on that two thousand eleven team at the jets beat I was floored. I would not have guessed that I would shirt thought that was like the west Welker days. I mean it was like just not him though, that was around the time when. Think I forget, we'll why they Welker had just started like he got her. You know you kinda started breaking down a little bit. And he was probably the original like the patriots is put an undersized white receiver in the slot. And it works like he was probably one of the guys were just like kept realized they were just going to plug and play the whole time. It was one of the one of the highest we discuss them like my favorite, high, quote, unquote, highlights of element, which is they know them. We're really football ask more just like stories in the things. He said on field, Mike up. But. One that we didn't get to is when Welker was injured on. Why do you like the one of the first games block? It was injured Nadelmann plugged in-form and Elleman ran back upon. And welcome went up to two. Welker bell attractive wanted at the Welker and said, Wally pip? Which is good. I think it was like on the sidelines in his. Civvies. Pip. And welcome had. So welcome was like, no, no. That. Well, let me tell you son. A funny moment on this in this interview when he was talking about how Brady didn't give them targets for the first few years. Yes shit couldn't get any targets out there. I think it was. 'cause he was to ugly. He's started having glow up and Tomlin cigarette. You're pretty enough for me to throw a football to you be. I'll be associated. We gotta be good looking motherfucker, so too. Heavy hitter interviews for you. We'll also get into the office, we'll do some voicemails. We just wrapped up with an interview though that will air next week. With Abella danger. Have you heard of her and I think just drink her water because we're still in the studio, you lucky. Yeah. Yes. That's like the classic internet trope. Like I drink her bathwater, and I'll drink any of your water girl. Yeah. Now we're going to. I know I'll be fighting over her. I think I think some people I don't know what her level of fans because in the office before she came in Abell Cadenas coming in tomorrow because I'm in danger. I know. I know Bella and people were like, who is that gonna confuse them book, you know, like I don't really know now just coming. Everyone's like huge fan, huge fan. That's also like you could tell the real ones the ones who were like. Oh shit about was coming versus like the who the Caleb was just like who was. She get lost, bro. Yeah. She's a porn star. She is in Oborne winning one. She is very every definition of porn star star a Carla's made t shirts about her sexual exploits porn star. She did she actually very well head. Very interesting answers, very funny answers. And as we were walking out of the studio, we had filmed a couple promo clips, and she was like, yes. I mean those videos just text them to me, I was like us. Number two number. So she starts rattling off, like ask she's giving me the number. She was kind of walking like we were walking to the other studio. So she's in front of me. And I couldn't hear like the last four digits, and I was like, well, it was it one zero. What ones? You're okay three. Oh, okay. Yeah, yeah. I went through all those digits like two or three times Senator the video. And then she goes, like, yeah. Make sure you send the video before leaving. Through. And it's do you want to give you the number again, I know pop throws like, okay. All right. You got that video. Yeah. Hey, hey, boo. Text me later. Tax Bill later Bank. Now, I have a question for you, because you are a texter. Like would you would you would you ever text her now? That's what I mean. Like I'll get her get a number of. It's just like I have a games. Yeah. She likes me all respond, but she's she's a she's a young porn star. That's gotta draw a line somewhere. You know what? That's like, okay, let's say it wasn't a bell. Let's say it was like, let's say a Gabriel Iglesias gave you yet. Brian Cowen, I texted him. Like usually, usually it's like thanks for coming in those funny, like, and I usually tell them like. So when you're eighty eyedrops we're gonna send you some promo clips. Like I keep it like business. But then I'll also. I'm a little bit. You know what I mean like a joke with them a little bit. And hopefully start like a report. So what are you talking about? I was just basic networking that I can't grasp correct. Yes. Very basic idea, like I want Bryan Callen the comeback. So I'm going to try to like thank him in Chile that see, I want it gets a little dicey. Like if you know, it is chick or a porn star or something. It's like how is this going to be perceived? And you know. You know that. And that's definitely one of those like well as does the world know what I'm doing or not. Attacks about danger. But if there was any chance that people know that I'm talking about danger, then I look like it's combat. I feel weird even doing that. Like I heard the phone thing I had the same reaction as you like phone number. And I and I was, I was I don't know if I was next door was in front of her when she's in the middle of us because you. But, like I was like, she's going to see me take my phone out, so I feel weird. Yeah. Unless you telling us room number now would have been normal. We'll take your phone out. Overthinking this. Yeah. Well, I would deal with anybody Brian. If it was anyone, I would be like, well, they I mean, they're just saying number to be played didn't want me to have it. I'm dead serious. That's, that's how I think they're sick. Man. I know it's really it's like what I mean. You gotta realize like we never think about like the quote unquote status that we have. There are probably plenty of people who are like would want to be able to get in contact with us, like yeah. Like number because like you guys host the show, and you work at barstool, and, like, maybe I'll need you again, or I'll come on, again, or whatever, like there's enough clout or whatever, that it's not it's not like totally I don't think like a guy like Brian Cowen. So I don't want these fucking guys. No, I totally agree. But I agree sitting here with you right now in the moment, still does not know. That's good. It's good to remain humbling that, you know, we should ask the Bill for something. I want to start doing that. I don't want want to guess Billy bring whatever you want done, own bring something when you were here, I guess, with people, it'll probably be more difficult with, like, guys. But like a girl has some. Hundred pocket pocketbook. She can give them your shit really give me some give me your out towards the guy will get a wallet ag-. I give like. Business card. While someone was like give me something like we, we put on the walls. Oh, definitely. Give me something you have. I got. And like we'll have to label things like it won't be like clearly there's thing elements like a Bellas lip gloss. Yep. Yep. Yes. Bellas local laws. Of my fucking head for a second ago, I thinks she put on her fucking sultry lips. Yeah. Just randomly topic as, as we were wrapping up after we wrapped up. I came in here Nick was like, yeah. Kind of weird. At one point. There was like four cameraman. And there was ten guys just surrounding, and I will not weird verb. Just another day. This is great. None of them are fucking me as I as I got up to let the boys in. I was like, you know, you stay there and I was about to be like so that way there on either side of you. But I was just like no, you just sit there that, that ASMAR should somehow got creepy, or adding a girl. The. Boys are wild man. So make sure that you go get barstool goals because you're gonna wanna see Abella danger in studio. Just I didn't know she was a blonde right now. I always know her as a brunette I knew. Yeah. She's, she's worth the price of admission on gold, as well as my stand up and the video fights and Francis, made critiquing it, you have a new episode of one thing, I learned where final Berg is getting Nazi propaganda like thrown his way we have several cutting room floors. We have a brand new KFC radio, classic with k with k Marco which features one of the funniest stories final. Briggs ever told Berg's funeral Christmas picture is one of the funniest fight Oberg family stories. And that's saying a lot really. Yes. It's funny. I, I guess, I guess so unique to you in your family. I think you are the only family in America that has that story. In the world, you'd probably right? All right. That's not a common thing. Dan, is, you know, to take Christmas picture to go to barstools goal dot com. If they're if they're see any a week to this parcel, go dot com. Just this week alone case your classic. One thing I learned to stand up videos. That's four new videos, right there on top of all of our archive of gold stuff. So barstool gold dot com slash KFC. All right. Let's get into an addition of the office brought to you by post mates. You wanna have lunch delivered to your office? You can do just that have deliver your launch having dinner with. You're staying late. I'm getting posted delivery right now. Are you together? Together. And like you didn't ask me at all hubs, asked me, and I was like, oh, yeah. Use my post mates. 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You can get one hundred dollars of free delivery credit, when you use promo code KFC, so download the app, make your order at checkout type in KFC, and it'll, it'll knock out your delivery charge for the next seven days up to one hundred dollars. That's post meets all right? Time for the office. Would we got what are we got? Let's see here. We had a kind of like same thing with Nate last week. We're actually don't say that's not my topic and we kept saying it was Nate. So this is not Casey Smith's topic knock fishy. I said, Casey Smith you you were hot. You got the Titanic one in Casey Smith said, she's again I actually had one that's like it. But it's really inappropriate. I want to do it. And I said, come on Casey Smith like you got let's, let's hear what you were talking. Casey smith. Casey smith. Yeah. And Casey smook said. Could you survive a school shooting? I said, wow. Casey Smith that is quite a quo. Casey Smith said, could you survive a school shooting? That was that was Casey Smith topic for the office guy couldn't believe their studio. You went out to the bullpen and you found Casey Smith and you said to her this Smith, give me a office topic. And Casey Smith said, could you survive a school as was like I wanted to stay in them. Could you saw survivor school shooting? I was like, well, that's Casey Smith. And texas. I can't believe. Anyway. What's the answer? I think a a resounding. No. I mean, as you just gotta hope they don't like come in your room here. Yeah. They come in, like let's say it's an office shooting. I'm gonna like hide behind that wall, right there in the Casey radio studio. And I might be able to survive deliver been here your debt. I, I think I'm gonna take it off, like to school shooting thing now that we just said, Casement's topic, and I'm just gonna make it more of a hero thing. And I think about that all the time we laying in bed. You know, my mind's racing time shower thoughts so mine. I don't really have shower thoughts showers showers. I my shower thoughts are like, really the. Oh my shower thoughts are exclusively like all right dude, we can do it today. Really? Because I actually was reading the other day. I gotta find the article it's like kinda scientifically proven. You don't people like I do my best thinking in the shower. It's true like the heat and the like it like actually kind stimulates you a little bit more. There's a reason why you usually have your best thinking in the shower. Fight Oberg just sits there and has blank thought, survival one one thousand percent. I'll just I'll, I'll this, I've a window in my shower. And so I just sit there with the water running on me, and I stared the shampoo bottle. And then just like this myself up for the day. Coloma. Colombian. Let's nail. This would we can we can do today. We could do you think you're really depressed? Yes. Clinically depressed. Yes, it was like I'm always joking around like I'm always like agreeing with you. But then, then there'll be like a clear line or it's like I don't do that. I usually put some music on my bathroom. I'm kind of like having a good time in the shower, I'm doing and Oto Ono that there's always a line where we very much. Oh, that's, that's where the clinical depression. That's like I'm stressed. John's clinically depressed the. Today. I my shower today it was very vividly that. So I, I can I can. Could not one hundred percent that every single time. But today it was definitely just like. Come on. Night little pep talk. I was staring. Right. I, I have Redken shampoo and it was like I was just staring at the down here. There's like two lines. And it says Barbara's necess-, or like Barbara must have or something along those lines. And I just like just stared at that for twenty minutes. Well the prey. And wash Ma. You are either clinically depressed we're autistic or both. That was tested broad from not about your on the spectrum, I was around for retardation. I think you're gonna retarded but you're kind of autistic, yeah, you're on the spectrum, we all are, but you're a little bit further. My mom always says she. She knows. But anyway, so, but no. So, like, like bed is where I I stay up until, like four. I am probably why morning, showers are so difficult. They stay up really late just like thinking about things like that. And I'm always like. And you know, you never know I think I would because I think that's the survival. Depends on what like all right. So let's say the bad guys are here. Right. I also wanted to movie theater to just okay, fine. So you're sitting in the movie theater, he's at the top of the out the isle, you're going to get up and run del L. Let him he would be the bottom of the aisle, a movie theater. It's hard to come in the back way. Come in the bottom you go upstairs. Louis dear. You talk about you talking about. But you're in you're in the theater, you're looking at the screen, right there like behind you. They come into the movie theater. I mean you're talking about like, really old movie theaters. Like new theaters you walk in the front. Nick, I'm not crazy. Right. The movie theater, you walk in the front, and you go back. Yeah. I've seen it both ways. But usually, it's come down the aisle and then come to the front. That's where I'm always looking at the exits. There's exits usually at the front. But there's usually like the back I think this is the older media side. I just talked to be walking the back and it's just like the slowdown the stadium theaters. You mostly come in thinking about it like the theater would have to be Bill buried underground become in the back in a stadium theater. I see what you mean. Yeah. Yeah. You, you come in, and you loop around. Yeah. So, and so either way, you're like, there's a lot of space between you and him to, like, yeah, I guess I'd have to. Like sneak my way, I think what I'm on the other side. So I'm like crawling down the stairs on the other side. An army crawl. Yeah. Staying low end getting low because he's like, you know, it's dark, and he's on the other, then what's your move when you get to him? I think I honestly think like I could just like tackle the shooter. Yeah, you probably could I'm bigger than most people. Yeah. If I could sneak up on, like. Like it would would have to be like, you know, they couldn't be just pointing like waiting like Charlie and MAC when he's trying to just shoot with the sword like you would have to be even see. But like running tackle, I think I would go, like no shame, and I would go like a low blow to like arrest lately. Well, yeah, no, there's no shame in detaching. That's what I'm saying. I'm not it's not honorable fight here. I'm kicking you. Right. And you're talking you know how committed to your to your cause you are you get kicked in the nuts. You're dropping your gun near falling over. You're hunching over tackle. And then just like try to get the hands house. Like you'd get shot. If it's a big machine gun, maybe not. But if it's anything small you see in the movies, that's what you get shot in the stomach. You know you like fall on top of it was a. In the stomach. I think what I'm doing Zaim either WWF low blow like my arm, or I'm kicking you in the sack? And as soon as you hunch over Omni, and you in the face, Jesus, I think, in need the face is like your fucking shit up. No matter who you are, and how to fight. But if I put all my knee into your face it's not gonna feel. That's how like if you're in a fight. That's a you're supposed to do is like, if you're confronted I kicked me when they go down to knee try, I'm saying, knees and elbows, bro. Fuck shit up. Yeah. I mean if you just elbow, like faces like getting hit with a brick. Yeah. But United magin most of these guys are not tough guys. They're all like IMO fuck boys who just have a gun. But once if you get closer, they're not shooting you. I'd imagine you do them. Once you're in tight wouldn't that be so dope to be the hero? A school would be pretty good. So if I could be like one thing, it would be that the, the euro to here. Yeah. Whispering it like it's like a. Well, no. But it's opinion. Love to be a hero. Well, no, it's like the real opinion should be like I never want that to happen again. But my real opinion is like I wanted to have more time but I'm the hero. I would really like is one more one more tragedy with nobody dies. And I say, do you happen to parcel, you just like parcel, vans? I think you're here on everyone else's like. Wish wish you didn't stop. Imagine that if. Not be too morbid going to say, like someone shoots up. Are you let them do like half and then you can save them? Dave, Dave, probably what we had the Dunkin awards last night, they probably would let Jay was so mad at me and a handful of other p handler. It was really five people who dressed up. Yeah, I got so lucky with you, saying you were getting the blazer, because I went from age and home. Here's what happened last night. A lot of people didn't dress up. We dressed up last year, but that was, I thought that was kind of like it was like the only time we were doing it once I saw it was like a yearly occurrence. I thought it was gonna be a little more casual. I had a couple conversations with some people that led me to believe I was good just going to say that I don't want anybody on the bus. I take my own responsibility here. But then I even have had a conversation with someone on the bus, someone very important, someone at the top of top of the charts here, who was like I kind of liked it. Eat and dress up like I don't like that. We're all dressed up. It's not like who we are like just just putting that out there, too. But. Dave was fuming apparently this morning, he while we were having dog he was going on both people. Yeah. I mean I feel like I'm I'm getting like not a pass. He definitely called me out. And he's mad at me, but he knows that like I've done a lot and like you know, I'm I'm pretty committed here. It's like some of the other people who are newer who, you know, need to show a little bit of respect, I guess, but being lumped in I'm like, because I did have a blazer I wasn't going to dress up dress up those wearing like the Barcelo Henley. And I was like, I'll throw my blazer on that. I just happen to have at my desk, and I was running around right before the bus, and I was like sweating, my dick off, and I was just like it's do hopper jacket. And that's the only thing that stopped, you're sweating, a lot pouring, and all I needed was a blazer, and I would have been fine now instead of lumped in with the fucking this always happens dude, right before Dave takes his July vacation. There's a blow up last year with with RIA and the year before that there was anything specific, but everyone was like, we all need to. Amount, and we only separate I remember being like thank God and then talk, it's here we all kind of Jill. But Rios the Rio twenty five year old thing was two days before Antioch it, and this was the same thing. So it's like the HBO piece was coming out. He had just had like an argument about a pizza review that like sales told him, he couldn't publish and then people weren't dressed up. So it was like the perfect storm. And I'm like I just two more days than I would have, you know, that would have been home scot-free free. Instead. I'm like, in the crossings to I've had blows with Dave on the fourth the fourth of July. Yes. Like, right when it's like, like on the fourth of July like changing, like angry text message. And like I've been when I say a blow, but David Abels up at me, not like the fighting back like it was I walked right over to my house. My Batman and he just he just gave me that look days, because like his eyes get wide shakes his head. It's a he no, I think Dave knows he can't really like fucking sit there and scream at me like we're both veterans of the ship. But it was definitely like, yeah, you fucking asshole. All right. Mission mission accomplished. I get Dave Dave, and I had a blood on the fourth of July, again, Dave had to blow up at me, but it was just like I, I don't think I was a full employee. Probably twenty thirty. Nozzle employees twenty thirteen. It will full employees. But like there were times where you weren't getting paid at that point. Right. A think so it's like that was like the beginning of the blackout door. We have enough money to pay you. But before that it was like a photo bar. You might not get paid this month. Right. So you're, yes. And no. But it was like with fuck. Are you right now? And I was like the beach was up and it was like it was the Sagan trade had happened around then in other guy blade plot the second trade, and like they were like there with a bunch of stuff around all the stories and blithely bunch of the stores. But then I missed one, and it was like this is a fucking good job. What you'd be like fucking grinded. I'm like, I did, like seven of them. Right. It's, it's that's always. I mean, it's not always the way sometimes people are just blatantly lazy here, and like Dave calls them out and they, they deserve it. But, like, like corrobos had a famous one where he stayed up till five AM waiting for the young giancarl Giancarlo Stanton trade. And he went to sleep till seven and it broke that two hour span. Sometimes it's just bad luck. But I don't know it was. It was a smaller one to sound like his mom said about the trade, and it was like nine in that big of it, it wasn't a huge luggage. I don't remember it. Now, I remember like a lot of the stuff that happened with the stories that were surrounding it. And this one was one that can't really put my finger on. And it was just like hell fuck is on the site yet. It's three pm on the fourth of July. Bunch of credits him though, in a way that it's like. You know, sometimes I think it's maybe a bit extreme. But the reason why that is worth ten million dollars. You know there's a reason why the company is what it is because he just doesn't fucking stop. But while he was on vacation. He was texting to me because he wasn't there. July. So right now, it's daily warpath the HBO thing I get it. Why people get mad? I understand what the fans get mad. I understand why like RIA was mad like she sat down with them for a long time, and answer the questions and thought she was going to have, like a moment where she really defended barstool and they caught her out of it. But like this is the best thing that happens to us. This is so good for business because it's the same thing as the towels because we are a bunch of lake fuckin- nerds, and we are gifted this bad boy, persona from HBO from deadspin. You think that, that like almost like you said earlier with? How we don't like, recognize something on our number. Like, do you think that like, in the internet world, I guess, because we do just say things that I mean, we just talked for ten minutes how it's ever school shooting and stuff. Like we just say things that are probably a little little. That's what I mean. Like, drizzly or gray. We say things that are just over the line a little bit. And they're like, I mean, Bryant Gumbel asking if this was the most unpleasant thing. Soledad O'Brien has ever done when she covered San say ever is a human for did say for us. So it is like a real sport. Yeah. Okay. So she didn't do sandy hook for real sports. God, I gotta gotta cut it. All right. So real sports is it different barometer, but I mean but still like what is? Was unpleasant about it. Right. There was nothing. I'm positive. She was here, laughing you would've thought she came through. We were like. Everyone just said like Hello. You watch us work for a little bit. And you went home and it wasn't even for that. That's I think the one thing that I think people don't get. And I never really understood in like segments will like something's like an eight minute segment. I felt like maybe maybe was sixteen. They were here for months. They did like. So I understand that they were here for two months. At least unlike they'd go to different like events like they were they were at fucking like the golf stuff and they came to they were on the road with us in Boston for the Stanley Cup stuff. Maybe it wasn't. It was at least I understand filming constantly on floors thing for sure, like cutting the entirety of a female employees when the when the focus of the piece is Barschel's relationship with women and the females that work there. And you sit down with someone who was a female who works here, and you cut that entirely that's fitting an era of. Yeah, that's not a time. And that's what I mean. Did you lead some B roll to make sure that really gets in, you know what I mean? And really what I mean you, I would hope and I know this is not the way the world works. But, like, if I were to sit down and do like an investigative piece, let's say I'm doing one of my story boards or some shit. Let's say I had my perception of what it was going to be if I like sat down and got the chance to interview someone on the inside. And like totally changed my. Perspective. That would be what my pieces about change it. I would I would be like the or the piece would be how my opinion change. If Soledad O'Brien was doing like narrating or whatever and was like, you know, I believed a lot of the misogynistic talk until I sat down with Maria from barstool like that is, what would be the interesting piece. You find. You did all the other outlets. Couldn't do it. Didn't do you actually reported on it the way it is like to me, that's an opportunity if you're like an investigative journalist or whatever she calls herself to do it. Right. And like the have integrity and all that shit. But I also I also get the business of like this is what works is calling barstool legs. And I actually I don't think that like. I'm trying to think how I would say this. I hate when we're arguing about the misogynistic stuff and people were like, well females. It's CEO CRO. I don't think that matters in the matter. I think I think you can still be just, just saying, I have black friends. Yeah. But I, I mean when there's a lot of them like, we have several successful shows we have several women who are in the behind the scenes like it would be. I would be impossible to be as misogynistic as people portray has to be with the amount of women in successful positions. We have, but I think I think the proper response to that is talk to the woman here and air their interviews, not like, hey, we have women who are right? I mean we yeah. We I there's only so much we can say as yes. And that's why they should Iran reas interview. Right. Right. I think I think whatever RIA said because I didn't see it. Whatever rea- said, I think is a much better defense than like we hired Erica once. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. But also, like no keep cutting rea- keep up that persona because it keeps selling merch looks and views like let's fucking gum to a couple more from the office union divorce smells. Do one more. And this one was from Liz, I guess they were talking about game of thrones. She said, do you think it's possible way that you've ever had sex with a relative? Now. Obviously, my answer is no without a doubt, just because, like I never like grew up in a small town. Yeah. Hometown Madison Bumgarner fucked that on. They Madison Bumgarner. Right. Those just like oh, it's like I didn't like we were in high school or something like that. And I didn't realize I went away for I school that I didn't it wasn't a little more possible than you really would ever guess certain. Yeah. Not like someone that you knew it was a cousin or like not, not something you chose. But like almost like a gang responsible for like a sixth of the world or whatever it is. I think if you want to get technical that, yes, we all have because we all just turned it from, like the same, but as far as someone in your relative immediate family, like, on your on your Twenty-three Mitry. No, no, no. It's decided no. Like I don't know a girl named Gonzales in Mexico. You know, maybe. A guy named Smith or you know a very like ethnic name in the right area. Maybe just don't know how many Clancy's running around that. I've, you know, very few file Berg's the but the reason but made me think of questions, I've been asking for which is do you think you have any kids, you know about? Or is it possible? And I was like, we'll yes it's possible. It's possible but not likely it's not. It's possible. Is it possible? It's I don't think it's possible for me while it's definitely possible for me. What am I talking about? I just I mean, I haven't had sex with that many people, and that in the heaven had sex with that many girls that, like we're like one and done disappeared and could have been harboring baby for nine months, every everything was like in college. That's, that's why I think it is possible, because like in Florida for two years, and then you'd bounce around gone, and like stoli's like Florida is, it's there are more sloughs there. But it's not like there's some girl who loves barsalou, then sees me, like wait. That's how a guy had sex with that one time. That's the father of my kid. I think now you would know that you would know, for sure. All right. Let's do some voicemails, and then we'll get into our interviews for the day. Voicemails today brought to you by Roman thinking about baseball that doesn't stop your dick from coming county numbers doesn't stop your deck and coming though, that at this point, it'd Kurds saying the pledge of allegiance in your head. 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Now, we told them that spoken, crazy and suited. But we just want is wanting your opinion I, I need to hear this because they're on. I mean when you're when ages you're throwing around are twenty one and nineteen like you're too young to be doing these stupid. Fucking fight. Yeah. But that's the that's the thing we're just like I mean, to everyone the narcissism, everyone has, like, that's the most important age, like the in that moment, you know, you're twenty one and you feel like you're more important than whatever age, you are probably twenty. No. But I think this is a time you can have some foresight, I think I think I knew not enough, but I think I knew a little bit like I'm pretty young shit. Doesn't matter yet. I remember one time it was super upset. My high school girlfriend was older than me, so she graduated and moved in and movements college, and I remember being upset, and my mom was like, dude. Come on fuck. And I was like, yeah, you're right. You're right. You're right. So like you, you can kind of get through to these people on some level, like, especially like this. When when when, when you're when you're fighting like I hate to be the guys like do it break up with your girlfriend, but like I don't know man, it, it's your birthday. It's twenty first birthday, trying to stop you from going out whatever the circumstances. Are if girls trying to let guy or guys trying to stop you from doing things and like making you change your ways. When you're that age voted you start about if it's an age thing I think it's about, it's a commitment thing like if you moved in with someone you think you're gonna marry them. You think you're going to be like, in it for the long haul. Then I think you have to start talking about changing behavior. But until then if it's something like serious, like it's like something actually bothering you. I say fuck it red flag is having forcible favorite holiday. There you go. By the way for the July. Birthdays combo was known anybody like that. No. You have to fuck to get that July is the six seven month. See that the fuck in like November. Okay, sounds crazy. I guess there's really no mobile members enough sex. But. Cohorts thrice really deviant, aren't you? Fuck in an act close the day, you probably have Halloween sex, and, and be born on fourth of July. Yeah. No doubt. So it makes sense. But the I just think that like fourth of July is I, I don't think I think a lot of people love, which library. I think you'll like it it's, it's to me, I'm, I'm more of a relaxing holiday fan. People I guess, now is real relaxing, like I'm going with my parents. Yeah. I'm it used to be a party weekend. Yeah. Party scene. Even even when it was a part of the way like I don't even get it like isn't wouldn't at the age of twenty one and nineteen isn't this just like a perfect storm like you gotta go to the barbecue. You're gonna go to the beach. You're gonna go to the beach bar, you're gonna party. And it's also my twenty first birthday. Like, what, what is what is precluding him from what she wanted to not do? I don't I do not know it's sucks. Yeah. We're just going, we'll find, like I don't have to make a deal of it, but, like was going to go drink it of barbecue. And we'll just like we'll say it's my birthday as someone last thing. I think by the way, this one's not happen to me, but I was it was my twenty first birthday. And I was like, all right. Let's go to the bar. And people were like, nah, man, I was kind of like the Faulk like going to the bar like fuck you guys and everyone kinda was saying. No. And I was like, I'm going to go to the bar like as my favorite bar. I just want to go to the bar. It's my birthday. I'm gonna go and it turned out my, my girlfriend, the time was flying in to my best friends. I surprise everybody was trying to give me a stay because they hadn't flown in yet. And so I'm like, I don't know, maybe this girl has big for the July plans for you, and your birthday and she doesn't want you being elsewhere, beware of the birthday surprise birthday, especially when you're having a Ma. Milestone birthday as for the holiday thing, though. I think I think I'll good holidays. Like real holidays. I think it'd be a holiday winter winter. Yeah. Got to be cold. I don't want angry autos, and it's funny because I actually think like a true holiday involves family even though a lot of times, I'm like family to me like Memorial Day, July, like all that shit. Like it's like a party. It's time for your friends. I think holidays like your family and you're doing like you by the fire your opening presents your in your sweater, under the flanking it all that shit one with the holidays are fucking bullshit parties. His party points. They're not how if you want, if you want to call yourself, a holiday be between October and February deal on that, that's, that's what a holiday, fair. Anything else is just like he'll come party days, an organized celebration, KFC, fights, pooper-scooper, VC's, quick hypothetical for you. Imagine all the movie Jones and every movie was in the same universe. Who would you pick to help you take over the world? And Furthermore, what would their plan be so quick caveat? I mean, this is recent CBS book, like Santos, or not, how. Yeah, he said, no aliens, no Thanos known like superpowers, more of like a Hans Gruber. Oh, okay. All right. I was gonna say, I mean Thanos is like he can control the university. So it's regular like Hugh, human villains. Just villains. Yeah. Okay. Ville. It's tough to like picture a villain winning because they always lose. Yeah. So it's trying to be like, well, this guy's thing is tough to be. But then, like he just, you know how to beat it. But see this is a tough one. All right. Let me let me rattle off a few here the joker. Hannibal lecter. Darth Vader agent Smith from the matrix, Jack Torrance from the shining. But these is a lot of these people are supernatural. So if like the agents supernatural Thursday, tres SuperNet final fine. Why like SCI fi the guy from no country from all men runs around with that gun that fuck. Oh, I know who would be this is crazy that got killed so many people he was close to shoot, you shoot them VAR away, how you win. How about this guy? I mean, this is really bad for me to say I'm signing up with him. Hans Llandough from inglorious bastards that Nazi. He's a pack which which, which is he? Christoph waltz. Yeah. Okay. He's the evil guy, but he's not tough guy. Yeah. But part of it is just being like so evil, that people are just like I can't imagine any of the, you know, the cells in, like Jason Bourne. Oh, okay, yeah, yeah. Those guys are just like that's essence. Right. Yeah. Yeah. They can kill fucking anybody. They know how to shoot like from fuck. You mean. No, you know what I know Kaiser Sosa from usual suspects, next level, thinking, bro. You're trying to like truly win this shit and take over the world. He's the only bad guy wins, he walks away at the end the you're right. He he's the guy you need. He's, you know, he's tiny he's he's, he's not like imposing. But he's cerebral. And he'll figure that one. Okay. I'm one up yet because this, this person's violent I guess, guys are so this, my line, right? He kills a couple of people. Yeah. But for the most part, it's more Anthony Hopkins in fracture, who movie. That's a great Gosling. Comcast. Surreal mind buck. Yeah. That was great one. He's, he's like, he's got the guns. And she kills wife, he's not the these are super Sasser. Yeah, yeah, yeah. He look he knows how to do shit. I'll, I'll tell you anything Hopkins fracture the finance. What about Robert Durst? I don't know why. But that guy just murdered. Everybody came into away with. On away with for a long fucking time. But suppose true crime guys. The money. Yeah. I guess so. But hey that's part of the battlement up. Teamed up with this billionaire. We're gonna make sure we're gonna get shit done and make it disappear. Robert tursis my final answer until he was on the run. He was living comfortably and free for a long time after murdering like dozens of people until until you came down to who's doing. He's like pissing on like the snacks at CVS while. Yeah. Yeah. That was that was that whole perfect storm of the jinx where it was like the night, the morning of like this season finale, he got arrested. Yep. And it was felt like it was doing something weird CVS if it was pissing on a pretty Fisher was. Yeah. It's exposing himself or something. But then, like they really fucked them with show where they just like why did he do that show? People always say, why. Why would you the HBO thing we knew was going to be hippies? I'm like, yeah. That's a good question. Why is Bob? Durst, not just like in hiding the you know you've murdered dozens. His human like eighty years old. Is it really worth clearing your name at this point? Maybe. That was it, though. It was just like I'm eighty, I'm gonna die soon anyway. So if this goes bad, whatever if it goes, good great. But, like speaking of cutting floors, with, like HBO and things like that, like at least HBO didn't record us. And then just like pretend words said, different. Yeah, they actually I don't think there's much of a hit piece it was just that they had more, that would have helped us that they just didn't air because it doesn't tell the story, but to me, that's almost like why bio mission? No last voicemail where we got. Hey KFC incites I wanna call a situation that my friend told me about last night. He apparently orders Amazon of Amazon, the communion bread can you? Please let us know if that is not she's snacked his work like at work. This is a very normal thing scale, and it definitely is not the disrespect for the flesh of Jesus Christ. That is a crazy move to forget about the religious undertones to just sit there and eat unleavened bread at your desk at work is nuts. I think it's pretty good. I mean it's fine. It's not enough to buy it off a Amazon and snack on it at work. Get yourself a rice cake bits. Like I know what you mean. Sometimes it's a little little satisfying little chew on get your chew on in the middle of church, but not. So it'd be like let me grab some hosts on the way. I look up look like look forward to it in church. Yeah. And you know what probably wouldn't do? What if what if what if I just get it here and we start the show with community every day. We like my grandmother used to do a Christmas. She would McGregor Underwood. Where's she like it was Christmas? And you go and you feed someone the bread and you'd like bless them a wish for the new year. That's weird. Super weird so weird. Yes, it's pretty weird. Imagine just being at your desk, just popping in those little circular hosts. Well, I, I don't know they come I guess maybe she bought circular ones. The ones we bought would be like break it square snap them off. Yeah. But I mean, she should go get them blessed to. Yeah. If you're going to do a do a big get actual flesh and blood of Jesus here. You don't just don't just eat bread how much she think she eats like how many pieces how many, how many pieces do you think you'd have to eat the all of Jesus's body? I mean, if you think about if you just took slivers of me, be, I'm thinking of, like stacking them. So, like, say you make like how many how many pieces are six feet tall? No, no. Like if you made in a hollow, Jesus figurine. How many would take to just fill it? You don't have you don't have to stack them. Once I was just like you, just throwing okay like almost like when you fill up a bottle with corks right? Right. Right. I would say a like a thousand pieces up that's way too low way to let's all jumbo houses pieces, like the knee down in one leg if you put a flat, but something, they're just fallen. And so sometimes they lean something they fall up. I found pieces, like a knee down ten thousand. Fifty thousand frit now crazy. We're gonna do this, Nick. That's crazy. I think around six okay? Yeah. No way fifty thousand dollars. Think of think of this thing was hollow. How many fitting that a lot of jobs fifty thousand chips fitting, I think fifty thousands pretty close thousands crazy crazy number. I disagree. I, I know I know. By the way. Speaking of Jesus, we'll wrap up quick here with a quick hypothetical. I saw on Twitter, the dumbest of all time three things. One of them has to go. One is your mother one is Jesus Christ. The third is nine hundred billion dollars who's going seal later Jesus through three. Peace out. You had a good run for like two thousand years piece. You gone, I think I think a lack of religion is very healthy for the world. I think it stops e later this be a good person. And actually, you know what? I don't even care if the world descends into anarchy because of like knows no more. Jesus. I got my mama and nine hundred billion dollars. We good. Yeah, you're seeing fucking the purge. I live in the dope is perch house ever. I'll go into my panic room with my mom and I'll buy a whole bunch of comedian off a fucking Amazon. Okay. We're good piece out Jesus. All right. Let's get into this interview with Julian Edelman. It's brought to you by Dave dot com. It's the number one budgeting app in America because it saves you from overdraft fees. It tells you when you have upcoming bills and it can advance, you seventy five bucks from your next paycheck. 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You could see over one thousand dollars a year on overdraft fees, go to Dave dot com slash KFC. It's DAV dot com slash KFC for immediate savings. All right. KABC radio. Very special guests been a long time common. Finally on our airwaves, Julian elements here. What's up guys? Silence. We I'm excited to see what happens here because Kevin obviously is a jets fan. Oh. And he hasn't met a patriot player that he didn't like it. I think you're going to be the first thing I don't know. We'll see. It was it was. It was it was a nice like welcome. You came in. I was like, all right. That was good. But I feel like if there's one person I'm not gonna like it's maybe going to be. Breakable. I really like Kylo Alvin was he really gave me like busting my balls a lot. But I ended up liking him Viteri was cool. I didn't really wanna tell you that much really not like he did anything. It was just like, what did he come on here? We, we met him hired McAfee aided, like the, the privilege. Okay. I think it's just I really hate him 'cause I have like a lot of it. I have a lot of bad memories with all you guys. Fuck you, man. I mean he gets got one couple of memories. Right. You know what sucks is, like, the, the one moment, when when, when we won at Foxboro in, in the info in eleven years ago? Yeah. In eleven on that team Barsha wasn't really cooking then yet. And like I gave shit to Portnoy, and like of these guys balls. But it wasn't what it was. Now, if that would happen now it'd be like, you know, we were fourteen in two that year we beat them like late in the season by, like thirty five Elliott wrecks and Sanchez and Bart. Scott could not believe that game. And you guys came in they put it to us. I remember that that was that was the foot game, right with Welker where he goes like suspended for. Yes. I guess I, I actually have to start for the. When a game like that happens afterwards is it like is it anger or like disbelief? Or do you just chalk it up to like? That's never going to happen again. But, you know, dude, it's, it's, it's like what the fuck it just hap-. Or can you swear in here? Yeah. It's, it's you get the what the FOX on that, but then also you get like you tip your hat because, you know, they, they kick the shit out of us that game we didn't have any floor it. And that's why you play the game on Sundays. And sometimes it goes like that. And you know. It was unfortunate because we had a really good team that year. And so did they, they just made more plays man it sucked. That's when you said, like I got to start because of the suspension, it's so crazy to think that like the first one that was so long ago. But, like, did you ever picture like you, you have documentaries about you now? And you're like you needed someone to make foot jokes to get a start were you ever like, like, I'm like, did you ever in a million years things? I'd like this would be possible. Like you. You're super rich you really great. You're really rich. Need? Go on bras rally ring, so. You're going to be one guy, brings us rings along and ate them. We brought them. No. I never was in the position to like daydream about. It was always so on the fence of like, am I going to get cut am I not? I gotta get position. I gotta find a role. I gotta do something that I never really thought into the future. You know, I was always worrying about what was on my plate, you know. And we had we have so west Welker was an insane player. He was a beast. I saw him in his prime like dude was a phenomenal football player in, you know, it helped me to watch him. So did I think it was to where I'm at now. I never really thought about it, but I'm happy it did. I mean gosh mccown does ranked U the third best wide receiver in the NFL. Did you see that? I did not people went it went viral. Like you were ahead of a BI. You're head of it was I forget, who it was Julio Jones wants someone to you three. Do you agree with it? There's a lot of good guys out there. Boltz does receiver in the league of water. You know, I play I play receiver differently than a lot of guys. So it's hard to kind of. Yeah, namely with Tom Brady. You know what I mean? You know what I mean? I'll take that too. It's hard. I'm not the kind of guy that's gonna come on. You're saying, I'm the best this that, you know, I don't try to do those types of things I go out and try to contribute to my team asked what they do. Want me to do you know if that's going in and blocking, if that's going and run on route this route that route? That's what I'm trying to do. I'm not I'm not going to sit here and fucking promote myself on being oversee Documenta documentary will promote the connection. Julie? Type guy. The documentary, the full legs production talking or me. Predict what's more impressive for you is they've come up you've had in football or the Cup had in looks because you. Now, your model. Fucking nuts. No. What is that about why why did you face look better? Now it's fucking bullshit. I just. Grew up. I was like nineteen I was nineteen when I came into leading still hitting puberty. I don't know. I think there's something in the water and FOX. I think that's good looking. That's how you guys get like the vets the com on, like bare minimum like bell. Like look. Look, look, we have secret water here. Look at Tom Brady's agent backwards. It doesn't got. He's way better now than he did when he was twenty four which that's what he's supposed to be in your looks prime field. Twenty thing is. They said he got rich get this nine is not good looking Baylor. And there's rich import you got money. You get nice close. You get a nice tan. You get a nice stylus all the sudden good-looking. Hey, guess I guess that's gotta go. Got to build it, though. It's crazy to be in the NFL and not be looking your ugly in the NFL. You're fucking discussing glow up over here. You guys ever like look around your locker room like I mean you, you do have we did that aren't good looking. We do have we did have a pretty when we Jimmy G. Gronk Scott, his looks. It was a real back into all right then. I mean gronk looking dude, you have Brady. I mean if you do. Good looking guys do marry kill Brady. Gronk dole. Who, that's airy fuck kill. I kill Dollah because it probably better for my life. Mary, tom. And you got a rag doll town just throw you around the room. This documentary. Tell me about it now you're getting into that's the other thing that's annoying about you guys. It's like you're gonna you'll be successful everything you do. Now. You know what I mean? Yeah, you can catch them footballs. But now all of a sudden, you're gonna make documentaries probably gonna be an actor model or some shit. You heard actor. You not rush. Look, and I, I think I do ninety. Sat guild, sag tax you attack? What's that question again? Tell me about the documentary man, that's a whole other life Walberg in, by the way. That's my guy you. I know he's guy would come on twenty three kids got kids. That's the worst them. That is a nice part of having kids. They are great excuse like the only thing your kids provide right away. Is that give you an excuse not do things you want to explain that the big cat? The kids know Marquis, he's, he's like a bigger brother for me. He's actually helped me in a lot of ways to even get up and starting to production company, and all these little side things that have gone. He he's been a huge part of that. He's, you know, kinda sat me down and rubbed. Mommy and kind of let me know how to do certain things here and there and he's been awesome, awesome guy, my life who's more Zambia Murphy airy. I mean they're both. I mean as your boy guys, my guy how how, how come about becoming friends with fear. How does that happen? His wife's from New England. Okay. We do do best buddies charity together. We did that for a few years, and we had a mutual friend, my boy, Josh. He's done business with them. And we just hung out a bunch and became boys, just dues being broS. He's, he's like he was he got his star day, right? Yeah. And he area here like he's like, awesome people be like oh, yeah. They're buddies, fear. You were surprise math megani. Doing his speech for introducing him for the star was stunning that I mean, got it. He's, he's, he's got that star for reason. Guy he works his tail off. I mean, anyone that I've met that been successful? I mean they're not there by accident. These people are working pretty smart do when it comes to this, like, you recognize people who are successful and what they're doing and learn from them, you get down them and have you find your own success. I mean, my dad always told me surround yourself with people that you wanna be like. Not necessarily I want to be just like him. But you wanna learn. Valuable information from people that have been through where you're trying to get, you know, and by doing that. Create friends, and you learn things while you're doing it to what do you tell you that. Like your dad tell you that was while you beat the shit out of each other on the mound. Probably after that, you know, but that is true story. That's, that's one of my favorite stores. How are you? I think fourteen chiller team. We were. He was throwing he used throwing BP every day every day before practice for game. We had a game, and we're Koi ice-cool. He's throwing I was I was dead. Pull hitter try to bombs every time. Double try to hit a bomb. And he kept on telling me stopped dipping, your shoulder to front of dip and your shoulder spit at the mouth, you know, sit there and like point the bat. I'm a smart ass kid and he threw a ball. Mabel, Gray's me. I don't want child services being called or anything. The bad and I went charged the mound. He wanted me and put me on the ground. And I went to the game with the bloody jersey. Knows my dad thought I had them teen didn't. Did you ever have you ever tried again? Or is that the first and last last last time, you know, my dad's still beat me an arm wrestling contest like until, like four or five years ago. Really? Take them now I think now he's getting a little older. But he's an old mechanic. So those ranchers plus the dad strength man that had. It is it's nuts. But with all that, you know, my dad was was definitely very tough on me and to bring it back to the dock. I mean, this is a huge story about mean him and how we went through probably the two toughest years of my life with the injury and, and being suspended. That's what you see in this doc, you see how a professional athlete deals with adversity always trying to improve himself, and how he does it through his family, and with his friends and. Having like while you're doing personal stuff having it's, it's actually pretty anal if I didn't like it. You know you grow it doesn't grow on you, but it becomes a little more natural. If you have a good relationship with the guy shooting or something like that. But that's that's why we made this, it'd be because. Going into the Super Bowl and seventeen. We played Atlanta my boy soft. He's my partner with INCO's productions. He came up to me, and he goes, let's, let's put some cameras on you every day and lean into this, this playoff, and I was like. He said, it'd be good. It'd be good. I just couldn't do it because I didn't want to open myself up and. They wanna fuck with my routine, and then we ended up going win the Super Bowl and it would have been been fun. It would it would have been pretty cool. Thinking back on that. And then I get hurt and he came back to me, and he goes, hey, what do you think about doing something like this? And we were doing what we did a documentary with NFL and me name. And della went to Mexico pushing this whole production company, and I took me a little time to think about it, but I thought to myself, you know, this, this could be a way for me to open up my mind creatively, and kinda jump into to something because you have so much damn time when you hurt. And we decided to do it. So, you know, we started is that an issue at all with patriots. They're pretty like buttoned up tight. Knit. Like I feel like they let you guys open up more recently. Yeah. I would feel that way, at least like from a fans point of view. It's like Thomson. He has a whole enterprise. You're doing the cameras around like it seems like something that wouldn't have happened in the past they've changed, or if that's just still respect the boundaries that we have with the team nothing nothing in, in the facility or anything like that. You know, everything's more about. Me prepare myself for. Season after an injury suspension, nothing to do with schematics or anything like that. It's all pretty much personal. So did you have any fear of like maybe not gonna bounce back? Maybe you're not going to be what you want. Not gonna play it all, again, sort of thing. I think that's natural. When you get hurt, especially with the with your knee. I've, i've. Yeah, I've breaking both feed of head abductor, surgery of hernias shoulder. Surgeries, spray knees fucking die? I know all this got stop eventually right? And you know the it was tough man. And it's such a pivotal part of your game. Specially if your lateral guy and a guy that cuts on it a lot harder violently. I think it's natural for you to think. You're not gonna be able to do it. At one point, how you did it. So, you know, that's what this captures captures that feeling of, you know, all right, let's go back to the basics, which is kinda work on one thing at a time and, and go forward and build your confidence confidence through constant repetition and just building. And that's what you gotta do. You gotta remind yourself, but, you know, mentally you do have a battle. That's hardest part about an injuries mentally, I think I think, is gonna I feel like I caught, like how hard was that for being like, okay? I think it's strong enough to do a real cut right now. I think the first cut your so you know. You're so amped up that I think it was the first cut with contact with guys around. You know, you get a little. Hilo Harry with, but I've always been kind of a guy when the doctor says, hey, you're ready to go. And if it goes, it goes type mentality. That's fucking scary. Goes it goes. That's your lunatic. But you know that, that yours yours. You were actually Mike dub screaming and yelling at people, that's my favorite football was balling shut the fuck up. And you know you wanna win this bucking games my favorite football. That game bro that was. Yeah. I guess if there was ever a time, like, no calm down, that one is the one Seattle with when Cam hit, you and you just laugh like a psychopathic fucking luck getting hit like your. I think I know it's it's it's I do like playing football. I love the game. And you know, it's, it's a psychological battle to someone hits you hard. And they think they gave it everything they had. And think you're hurt you go up to him and say, that's all you got. So in that moment, are you actually hurting? And you're just like I don't think that one that was that was a real diamond cockroaches won't fucking get out of my life. How many more super doing now? How old are you? I'm thirty three retirement racer dawn. You gotta you gotta start thinking about the future out of my life. I can't Bronco fake retired can I at least get a fake retirement from you soon know, I'm looking forward to this year, man feel like you Brady are going to be wanting me for, like, seven more years. You just think about the year in front of. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Vaas is coming back. I we asked Camille comes at your all time. She's like, honestly, don't know. So it gets like a question we have to ask you the fucking those I don't think so. I don't think he's gonna come back, but you don't know. But, like my, my guy like he's proved at all right? I mean he's done everything. He's what three back surgeries that? So many, here's the thing Manley at all to do. Like, just hang up. You're good looking now. You know, it's fine. You're good movies. Just love your infuriating to watch. I love football or one of the worst to watch why, why like, you know, like there's just first of all, like your your, it's either you or gronk, that's always like that third and ten that keeps the drive alive that we know they're gonna go score. Now that's always, you the one catch you had where it's like, you know, centimeters from the fucking ground. That's you in a nutshell, that's you just being like like for a patriots hater you definitely, you're probably the worst. You're probably the worst. It's like obviously Brady's the worst. But then as far as his options is weapons. It's like you hear the word. I appreciate that. Yeah. You should. I mean it's a compliment, but it's also it's fucking terrible. Now, you know, it's, it's what do you what do you like more like performing well, for, like him, like, making a patriots fan happy or making like jets fan miserable. I think I know the answer. I mean our other make patriots fan. Happy really. I would've thought you would say the opposite. You know, I play the jets and I mean, I feel like we split with them say we actually do tough. Obviously, we don't mean our division places tough every year. And. I still have salty memories about the jets beat us fourteen and two year. And you know, the next year they, they went back to back. See championships. I you're right. And you said the division plays every year Osler on the fucking team. But the do you think that you think you are proud of the east like the patriots like the great record? They always have what do you think the AFC east having a bad record is a product of you? Everyone always says that like it's easy to have those records. They play in the worst division football. Yeah. I don't think it is. I don't think we have the worst division of football. Because if you look at, like the records of our division, we play the other divisions. It's always like I think we always win. It always, you know what I mean? So like people just say that I can't give this is like we had this all the time. I know there are certain numbers like it's not not it's not to visit. Everyone else is under five hundred every single year. And I know that that's because they also lose two times to you. And I know everything you're saying about you do just because well against other. No. But like if you look at the records like there's never playing any playoff teams, you're always playing like pretty much classically dysfunctional organization. We played the dolphins with the playoffs two years ago the, the dolphins and they always beat. You Miami Dolphins are kind of a different story, the off two years ago, I know but they're not three teams go to the playoffs. They're not like powerhouse organizations that you ever have to worry about, you do not walk into a season ever. Worried about the jet spills or dolphins. Those are the teams you worry about the most because you play them twice. I know. But, you know you're going to beat them. You know, you're gonna be okay. I'm telling you, it's. Gun for you every time and knows on your back when I was good as you guys. It's not easy plan those guys, they know you and we know them you just have the cameras on, like it was, it was a true person who like has not really into the abyss. I just wanted to end it sucks because I like like into eleven during that era. I kinda make certain arguments and spin zones. And they were never really like I knew I was grasping at straws, but there was something to say, and as a blogger, there was shit to talk and balls the bus. And now I'm just like there's nothing fucking Seyni more and it sucks. I mean they got a young quarterbacks pretty good. Yeah, I mean, the, the trending in the right direction in some ways, but as far as when it comes to talk shit about you guys. It's like until you guys are literally dead. I need you dead in the dirt, I need a funeral fraud. Your. You did. It was the twenty three where you're like you'll dynasties. Yeah. Yes. We pictures very awful tackle. That's one of those that halftime, basically was like I remember to texting with big cat. And I was like I'm still worried that they might come back. But my logic was if you guys come back. It's going to be the worst night in my life. Anyway. So what's, what's how much worse could it get if I start talking shit right now? So I was like, and then if they don't come back. I've been talking shift for a whole half. And I'm living it up. And then you did exactly what I thought you were going to do that at my ass. That was a crazy that was crazy. Thinking been understatement. Noting is people. Don't realize the Seattle was crazy until that one down ten points in the fourth quarter. That's still the greatest. Fourth-quarter soubra history rose twenty four for twenty eight or something like that. Outrageous number. Yeah, it was off on that touch. Oh, no. Either. Yards. Do anything, I think this kind of became a conversation after I honestly do you get confused, the super bowl's, like I forget, what order they happen to. No. No. I, I can never remember. I'm trying what, what super would you went MVP this last one last one? Okay. So I couldn't. I'm being the dick, but like I'm so serious after the one that it was kind of became a conversation of you and all your. Probably not why. Really? Yeah. See, I think I think you definitively are. I think I think that you can't tell the story of I think that's what the whole famous for is telling the story. And I think it's becoming increasingly difficult to tell the story of football without Juliana. Adrian's. You can't tell the story of the patriots, which are telling the story of football for the past ten twelve years, whatever twenty I just I don't know. It's. The it's. It's tough to think about that. Because the regular season stats aren't there. And a lot of people that I mean, there's, like a criteria of what you need to be in, in that, that whole, and it's not even really change the criteria, then benchmark criterias, like, well, if you have a thousand Super Bowls, Super Bowl MVP's and. When a guy like Brady probably says like Brady says it then that's the fucking answer. You know what I mean? Julien's most important player like than he was all. Yeah, but let's say like realistically, you're probably gonna win two more Super Bowl. So how could they how they keep someone with five Super Bowls? I'll you can't probably have wanted to wanted to more MVP or I'll say one piece. So you'll finished with two and five Super Bowls have a hoping. I mean that's a hell of a resume, but pretty strongly. I don't have that three right now. I got three how many rules, did you give up? Like what's how important you is your is your glow up and being good looking like if I took away a Super Bowl and you went back to being ugly. You know what I mean? Like, where's where's the balance keep the Super Bowls? So nineteen years old ugly again. Get you keep all your rinks doing trait because I didn't that's bad. Dri, I would give up at least one maybe two to look up all of the fuck it, who cares up. Take these rings look at my face taking nineteen bro. Nineteen. Gives me more time on on the patriot. All right. Man. So this documentaries outs on Showtime on Friday, one hundred percent join element. You know, hate me. I do well, come on. Take you to dinner. Okay. Tonight's dinner, I won't. Even I want to sit across table for that guy, those baby blues shit, man. Now, I don't hate you guys, the patriots like four four four or five for five on guys. I don't actually hate you. I can hate Viking meets Tom Brady and all the thing is he the least person that you'd hate. No, no, no telling us the nicest, that's nicest human everyone, you'll ever meet with, don't let him be around his family, or like then it's like awkwardly adorable. He's like, he's just a good dude, bro. He's doing that with the story that just came out of the day that he's basically doing that with Gordon right where he kinda like he's been going at the dinner with them. And like you like not even as a obviously, you put the picture on Instagram where the video Instagram like training, but also just like the article said like they, he noticed that Josh needed someone to take wonders the I mean I didn't see that article but I mean it's been. It's been a great thing for me in my life to get to be around a professional like that because he's a professional and every kind of way you know what I mean, not just as an athlete how he prepares how he takes care of himself, how he's a family guy compartmentalize work from this to that to that. I mean it's extrordinary he's the best for a reason, and you get jealous when you hang out with other receivers. Used to. Well, I used to just get mad because he he he didn't like me. It took me like four or five years to get his trust now. Really? Yeah. Getting targets until eighteen. Thirteen ship Welker for me to get a couple targets. Maybe tied had to leave did could you imagine playing for team for different quarterback? Now, like, will you. Let's he's probably got a few more years left. You think if he calls calls it a day. And maybe let's say you've had your career, but you got a little bit left in the tank, would you consider playing for another team or another quarterback? I wanna finish my career. New England for sure I don't see myself playing for another team or or another quarterback. I mean the way. Points. Here's it's hard last him. I literally I have that. Little scare me. Oh, that's valid. And you know what I mean? You know what I mean like all right? I came in and he was my age. Now when he came in thirty three I mean, you know it's a little little different for quarterback. Yeah. But I mean now I'll play this mother. We're gonna look back. I mean, I've had that I've had that in the back of my head. How many more? To do. A little bit of a different spot. But it's like how many fucking more can we do? You guys are sickening. Thank you really everybody documentary and percent onto percent. I don't know if I'll be able to stomach it to be honest. But I'll watch it for you. Jillian, thanks, bro. All right. Big thank you to Juliet omen that. Good. Lookin'. Motherfucker Adam to the list of patriots that I probably like nice. It's time to talk to fluffy Gabriel Iglesias. It's brought to you by D. H M detox. It's the summertime man. You're going to be drinking. We got holidays coming off. These you got. Yeah. You got happy hours coming up rooftop season. You're drinking beers on the train. You're traveling. You're drinking Rosa with the ladies it just drinking the whole summer, and so you're gonna be you're gonna have hangovers if you're over the age twenty you're going to suffer. You're hanging over thirty gonna be suffering today. Hangovers D, H M detox is the best way to handle those hangovers. No more brain fog. No more, nausea headaches. No more hangs -iety. 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Because if I was on, like, for example, I've done press for other films and projects and stuff like that. But I'm usually just like third or fourth supporting actor or it's been some type of film, or I'm doing a voice over so they can't really see that it's me. So if the movie does, well, great, I can say, I was part of it, if it sucks and eats it then. A group that was just hired. I'm hired help. That's kind of a good spot to be though. I know you want more, and so you have your own show. But when you're in that, you know. You know it's playing it safe and tell you earn a good position where you can't try to take the lead for yourself. I know like I like somebody like Jack black was writing that spot forever until he finally said, you know what I'm gonna go for it. And once he did Manny popped he had enough experience his belt. Was it very different? Now you in a lot of stand up and things like that. What did you in the right either as well? I was involved in some of the ideas. Yeah. As far as Donna writing. That's not my Cup of tea. I won't fake it. I won't be like it's my show. I got none. I'd I smart enough to know when to take a step back and allow professionals to do what they gotta do huge part of it, though. I mean, that, that's a, that's a very admirable quality to have because I feel like there's a lot of people in all walks of life who are not honest with themselves. And I certainly would imagine in Hollywood that there are people who are, like, I gotta write it produce it directed acted seen it happen. I've seen it not go. Well, right. Yeah. And that I'd rather not. I still talk to some of these people. They know who they are. They probably do. You're right. They do. And they're probably like shit. I don't know how to fuck it right. That let someone who does. So, yeah, my strengths are, are I'll bring good energy once the cameras on I do coast during the week like as far as you know, rehearsals, I won't give it one hundred ten percent on the rehearsals. But I always tell the director and the producers and soon as we action with an audience, there, you're gonna see me a lot on fire in every single week, I deliver on that day, I'll coast during the week, low and he'll K he lets sick. No, I'm just saving my energy when we got that live audience. That's like me being on stage. That's the closest to me doing stand up. So when the audiences there, I feed off of that energy, and so when they're laughing and having fun. I'm laughing and having fun. And they're not laughing I step up my game until they do now for live audience. I'm there, I'm gonna shows like that anymore. Yeah heyday Seinfeld. Friends live audience. But like the old classic sitcoms, had live audience. I that's pretty rare. Now it is pretty rare now. But for me in order for me to be excited and wanted to want to do the show. I was given the option single Cam or sitcoms, thou. And in order for me to make it feel like it's closer to stand up a live audience, because I've done single Cam, and it's, it's cool. But for me I need that instant validation. I need to know if I did go to bed, we don't use Snapchat because I can't reach we. You know immediate response. Although I mean I also think back to kind of playing it safe is like. For someone like yourself, usually, the immediate reaction from a live audience is good. You know you know what the fuck you're doing? Right. You've been doing it for a long time. You've been killing it. I have a lot of confidence in yourself to know that immediate validation is going to be in a good way in positive instead of negative. I feel like you at this point when you're in front of people live, you just know crush it right? The cool part two is that the people that come out to watch the taping of the show our fans already chanting fluffy before the show starts. And so I'm like, everybody's rooting for this to be successful and to be good. So the pressure's off I gotta show up and just give them. What, what, what they expect? And I'm just do what I do is something doesn't go, well, or something didn't go. Well, would you redo it? What happened all the time it happened all the time. We'd screw up a line, or I just completely forget and go blank. And then I'd go off into a rant about what happened and why this didn't work out. I told you should have hired that one guy, blah, blah, blah. And my ranch will turn into something funny, and I'll talk. To the crowd. I go see, but what about if everything went well, the joke did fell flat. Would you. I think back to Seinfeld, one of the more conic lines was. George when he's talking about being the marine biologist when he reached in and got the wall. They had done that differently and the crowd didn't respond. So Larry David is like you don't fuck that and just rewrote it right there on the spot. Gave the George gave him five. He delivered that line audience lost it. And it's one of the more memorable lines from the show, would you if something fell flat? Would you go try and start again? Or would you say that's? So the beginning of the week when we have the script, I'm pretty Jada when it comes to comedy. So certain things will make me laugh certain things, I'm like, really cheesy. And I will do what's given whatever the script is. I will perform it to the best of my ability, but they know that on Thursday, I have I have the right to change it. If it doesn't get the pop they want there was. Oh, yeah. I'll do it your way I but if it doesn't work here we go. About two. Yeah. That we have that respect for one another because every now and then I'm like, really guys, you know, the writers room. But I'm like you know what? There's been a few times when they wrote some stuff I didn't think it was funny and I delivered it and it killed. And I'm like. All right. Fine. I guess. Just. It's interesting, you say you're jaded because of comedy. I mean you have been how long this, then twenty two years now two years. And I would imagine for the better part of ten plus years. You've been doing arenas, and huge huge amounts has been pretty phenomenal. That I know I know what you're just being genuine there. But that is such a flex just be like the less decade has been me in front of like tens of thousands of people every time that is on believable, man. Thank you. I mean, I, I the, the monetary success, the like I'd imagine like the social success. The fact that you did it for like your culture, and your people, it's just like a just telling jokes you know what I mean. Just stand up there like cracking jokes opened up all these doors. It's just remarkable. I mean I feel like you. You're doing it in a way that, like only very, very few people have ever done it feel like that. You I think that with comedy every everyone has a different way of getting to that point. I came along doing stand up when right before social media kicked in so I still come from that era of passing out flyers. And actually talking to people. Hey, come on. Check out my show. Here's a flyer in are being parking, lots at night, putting flyers on windshields looking like a creeper coming up to what are you doing? They wanna see a comedy get away from me creep. So to go from there to all of a sudden, getting in the mix where we saw we saw what happened with Dan, cook when he jumped on my space, I was like you know what? I don't wanna get on that stupid. I didn't I didn't see the benefit from it. But when you saw Dane, every single night doing Rena after arena after arena, and not doing any press all he was doing was sending out blast from my space, and Teela, tequila were killing it. By the time I finally decided to jump on my space, people have moved onto Facebook. And that's when I jumped on Facebook, and I started catching on and posting videos and then getting involved with, with YouTube. And I think a lot of times people wanna fight the new. They wanna fight it. They're like Nana, this new thing not gonna catch on. And I think the more you fight it the less service. You do yourself a disservice by doing that. The times are constantly changing their constantly evolving, and you gotta go with the flow or you're gonna get left in the dust. You think it's are you are you happy that you at least came up in that age of the grind. 'cause we talk about it, sometimes with how our bracket is. We are the greatest generation. We knew what it was, like you don't know shit. Never. You're looking at Victoria secret magazines. Remember the grind now easily accessible like we have we have the experience in both. We know how to use one but we had to fight for the, the perspective that comes from from having to grind a little bit. I think goes a long way, so you can use Facebook and have it explode. But you also know how to work hard enough that you wouldn't need Facebook. I think that's different. Yeah, I was part of both. Yeah. Part of both that's going to help ourselves. What Barcelo is our website, stands alone. If Facebook disappeared tomorrow, people go to say, yeah, but it's nice to have the Facebook outlet to pump people resist. It what do you think next? Well that you're currently like all right. I Facebook killed it for me. And now you know YouTube, is it? So remember, I said, hey, there's some little fight at little some little go with it. And I was with Facebook. All right. I'll jump in. I, I was on my space and then when I left, that's when Tom left. Time just right. And then, of course when Twitter came along. I jumped on Twitter, right away, and then Instagram came out and Boma jumped on Instagram. And as soon as I got the Snapchat said, you know what I'm good. And I, I stopped right there, I think is trust me, one, because I, I don't like the look of myself, so it's not like Twitter put on pictures shit. Right. Like I can just hear my words, I don't like what I do. Like it front facing camera. Where was doing swipes Instagram like that? I'm like it's. Locks. So after that's my only are only option show, my face, and I don't care for it. But I always say that, that was my first stage of feeling old me too. I was like, this is the new technology and it's just it just doesn't make even make sense to me. I'm like, I don't know what that does. I don't know post. I don't feel like an old man anytime I get people that are clearly in their thirties and forties. Coming up to me and they're trying to use the Snapchat app or filter on me. I asked him, I go, how old are you? If you're over twenty five like over twenty five I go, then grow up and get on Facebook like the rest of us. Okay. Get off at his kid. I'm not to filter with like cat ears. Yeah. I don't wanna do that with me. I'm not a fan of Snapchat for the simple fact that I feel like people can they feel a little bit more entitled when they use the app like if somebody wants to take a picture with me just say, hey, can I take a pick and we took a pic, Snapchat? They'll walk up already reporting. And it's already a story before, before we have anything doing that would be to me day. It was the first time it happened like a lot of times in a row where doesn't live for the bathroom we were up from Boston. So we're doing special show for game seven Stanley Cup finals and a battle line was so long just coming up very while you wait in line club. And we well, first of all kinds of dick, they do why isn't just like walking up with someone in the video. Right. Just like or like sometimes building. Can we do Snapchat? Sure. And then I'll pose. I'll see the video doing video. What do we do? The video picture. We've taken a video. They never say we're going to video. It's always going to do a snap. Yeah. Exactly. That doesn't mean the snap is a picture snap snapping the sound that happens when you take a picture. All right. Grandpa? As I was saying fuck you sound old standby. I put the dust on top of the camera. Glad it on fire and create an affect. It was a flash. I was talking to show on them though, earlier and someone you know, very well. And he was on tour with you for a long time. And he, he mentioned how much how often though you would do these meet and greet and how you would stay for absolutely every single person who ever showed up. I think that had a lot to do with my career my success. The main greets after the shows would take twice as long as the actual show itself. And the problem is you do that night after night after night for, I don't know how many years and I'm a big dude I was rocking over four hundred pounds for the longest time in my knees back, took a video on. So after a while I started looking like Stanley at the convention sitting there hunched over. I just felt like I stopped doing it because first of all, people would show me pictures of what it looked like my face just did not. I didn't look happy. And the last thing I want is to look like somebody who just tired and people like he looked thick. He looks happy are you'll Cassie you know what? If I don't have I don't wanna give people about experience. I mean, the makes perfect sense and I'm sure you also reach a point when, when the meet and greet our one hundred people it's probably different than when it's I dunno thousands of people, right? Try to reassure. And when you're not when you're still there at Irina, taking pictures of four o'clock in the morning and you got pissed off. Bus drivers re. Yeah. I, I mean people. Those people that was nice would appreciate it. But I think anybody who would wait at the arena till four AM there, the weirdos too. I don't care how you are man. I don't care how famous and successful you are wait until four AM to take a picture with somebody is crazy. Already planning. We're gonna go to Cracker Barrel after. Thank you. Be opening. Were you nervous to make that announcement young do anymore? Look forward to and you're taking away. It wasn't as much. There was. No real announcement. It was just one of those like, because I used to announce that I was going to do that. Okay. So it was like, I'll be there at the end you form a line here will not get out. It'll be good. So I mean one day we just stopped, and then I was approached by Ron white Ron, y was partners with this one dude who had a company and they were basically doing VIP me in greets. And so then, like, look, it's great. You only meet fifty people, blah, blah, blah, it's a paid thing and this way, everybody wins, you get paid for the meet, and greets these people get their thing. And you don't you don't you don't kill yourself. And I tried that for a little over a year and I felt like such an asshole for charging people to say hi in meat. I mean, I was making some money, but it really wasn't worth it in the long run to be charging people like, you know, because if we were outside next to the bus, rep the mall, or at a Starbucks. That'd be taking pictures all day. Yeah. But it also it felt it felt shitty. I wouldn't feel bad about charging. I would just feel the pressure to deliver more than if we're just meeting on the street, I'd, I'd be like, okay I paid fifty bucks for this. So I gotta entertain them really isn't worth it. Did have people that were like? Oh, that's it? That's what do you mean. That's two. That's crazy. I only said one signature, and I'm like, okay, what would you like to set for fifty dollars? Isn't that much money? What do you want? That's crazy that people would have to say. Oh, yeah. And I'd hear people walking away and they're like he could've smiled a little more. He could could've smile a little more. He could have been more girls could have been more jovial. What am I Santa? Joe joe. Well, I had to Google that word. You were you were talking what we came in here for star that you just bought a house, the first house. No, this, this is not my first house, but it's my it's, it's my first house, as I guess, of a lone ranger as a as a single individual as a, you know, is this is basically the next chapter because I broke up with my, my girl of thirteen years. And so it's the first house since then go man. And I'm an going in there just needs a dude, you know, and so, I wouldn't with all new furniture. And so all these tables, and stuff, the lady keeps telling me about the coasters, and when they tell you how much table cost, you're like using a buck and coast. So that's why like now I look at people's furniture. And I guess that's also the forty year old in me. I'm like, you know. Has that pie? I do. Got that finished anywhere in the kitchen Lee. This real marble, this, this counter tops really nice. And then I wanna kill myself talking about. Funny to hear it's almost. It's like I have not young. I'm a youth both things you hear when you're young like I'll never be that when I was never be the turn off the light guy. God, damn lights expense. Tis expense fucking. One of the things I do every day when I leave my apartment is I intentionally don't feel like it's like let me hanging on still I'm ready to play. So I still listen to music too loud. Without a seatbelt. I got the puck and living room. Give the extra three dollars today. Bucket. Buck, put it on the credit card. Let's go driving living large it is silly rebellious to be like, oh, drink on a Tuesday night. Now, it's like I live in real life today to whatever Bill cut the check. That the new that new house life. Where's it Long Beach, California? So you Callie guy. Yeah. I grew up. I mean for the most part, I spend my life on the road, the I was in a tour bus most traveling somewhere to go do a show. And so I, I basically, go home to check mail laundering, and hit the road again. And so, like that life. That's. I don't want to institutionalize sound like one of those guys on frigging gangland. That's all I know. All I know you know you gotta just. Let's say let's say misery, laziest smash hit, Netflix loves it. Like, would you would you just do that or no no way? No way. My passionate stand up. I loved on stand up this this doing series. There's, there's a lot of work involved and it's, it's fun sometimes but not all the time whereas stand up ninety percent of the time. I'm having a good time. Do you ever even get nervous stress anymore or just like every night, you're out stand up the only time I stress out is doing a show where there's a time restriction. And like, if I got to do a set, like, for example, I'm doing the tonight show, and they say, all right. You get four and a half minutes, and I'll time out a set. So it's four and a half minutes. If you go on the show, and the crowd is too good. And they're clapping. You're like, oh my God go over, and then you don't get it messes with your couch time, or there's an issue with commercials. And that's what makes me realize I just asked you, like, do you ever stress out about Santa comedy and your answer? Was. Yeah. When the crowd laughs, too much. Do you know how big of a dick you sow? Get nervous went on to God. Damn funny in the world. Just can't stop laughing. Well, as Mr. gracie's is that you play gave feels that there's some truth. Is there is there anything like is character based on someone from your own life? Or is that just something? You thought it's me, it's you. Lizzy is in an alternate universe, where I chose being a teacher over being a comic because that was actually an option at one point. How can that be you skipped out on that? Number two, right choice. Last, don't get me wrong. I think I would have been a really good teacher. I like I like being able to buy coasters. Well, we appreciate you coming through man. Friday, right. Spreading I my show comes out the same Charles place. I'm pretty jazzed about that Chucky coming up together. Thank you. Member tritiated. They use them stuff.

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Throwback Throwdown

Mojo In The Morning

12:47 min | 6 months ago

Throwback Throwdown

"It's mojo in the morning's throwback throwdown good prize up for grabs a little staycationing with the first pick in the throwback throwdown draft tiffany. Who are you choosing. Let my girl meghan which on a little roll lately. Second pick in the draft. Goes to adam who you choosing on my man. Spike all right with the third pick in the draft. Let's go to cara. Cara who choosen shannon you gotta shannon. And that means that. Mike is going to be with jerry. Jerry nadler congratulations to you jerry. All right here we go guys. I two three your name as your buzzer. I song in the mojo. In the morning throwback throwdown title and artist is I'd like mike enrique iglesias. You k had night. After spike spike and glazes you want me buzzer shannon and recap glaze ceus and seven harris. I know you want me say. There's more people on it baghdad in regained. I'm i'm blinking. you like. I'm blanking his word. Rega- lacey s with ludicrous. But you're right though 'cause he says. Tonight i'm asking dirty merchant third. There's a real thrillers that you play in clubs mike. I've never heard the dirty version tonight. I'm fema hispanic on the show. And i realized. Rake as god. But i don't i don't know thirty verse. Nobody's replaced by pit bull right. That's true yes. Let's get on the board. Somebody's get on the board title disappointed you. I might be so often. This drake sexy love closer. I'm sorry i just heard it. He's got somebody songs that are like title thing and is the name stand around me. Oh or it's one of those things where you never says. The name of the spike spike is it. Drake you know it. Oh oh mike mike. Drake hold on now. hold on. we're going home. Hold on we're going. Home buzzer hold on. We're coming home. The name of this on shameful was that hold on look back up because i wrote it down as one and why are you saying they just round going. Is it all that. But she didn't she didn't take point again actually trying to give you the way it is going on. You're right you're hardest. I swear to god. I'm gonna light your meghan. You get it. Wow we don't even have to say artists now. Now meghan gets it. Because she knew was drake. Everybody knew error on my part user. Air meghan gets it so you wouldn't have gotten it. Had an corrected him so my house on fire. But you're welcome win third time this month. There's going to be drama. I don't want the point. I'm gonna take it away all right i screwed. Yeah no matter. What kind of friend are you shan right. Then let's get on the board with this one. Nobody's got point. So we're all scoreless. Next on the mojo. In the morning throwback throwdown as what mike mike Do i have to say the. The artists are now back. Oh more spike spike macklemore and ryan lewis thrift shop. Correct twenty dollars. Bob got twenty dollars about game. All right kirby we gotta score spike cut leading the board with one point still anyone's game Get it together. Because joe's famous getting tight. You'll notice that next song is spike backstreet. Boys everybody buzzer again. Actually plays backstreets back buzzer. Cnn shannon everybody backstreets back by backstreet. Boys are right in the lead. Both one point game no next song and the mojo. In the morning throwback throwdown get on the board mike and megan with spikes inch bike. T pain. I'm in love with the stripper. Buzzer somebody else. I'll mike mike t paying my jones. I'm in love with the stripper. Yes it is pissing can see. Oh that's right. 'cause he does the might jones can't do it right right. Caffeine is kicked in we got spike shannon and mike. All on the board with one point might be having her underdog moment today you know she don't meghan technically one point but took the point man next the next song in the mojo. In the morning throwback throwdown is someone so much given nasty expressing. When wednesday know the might mic eminem. When i'm gone yes it is just to the sound of my voice just no. I'm looking now philippines. Evita till attack just carry on. Don't rejoice every time you sounds on my voice. I'm looking to fill tanks pain to smile right. Gotta do contests do mike and his grace weapons leave two points. He could take it all on this next one we also have a spike and shannon on the board with one and are good sys- making a point zero meghan. You can get on the board. Come next song in the mojo. In the morning throwback throwdown is china. Ruck yes monica angel of mine. Yeah i had that one wrong. I was thinking it's one of those lane ninety spanish life. Life does not least they were. I loved them in juicier than to georgia peach. We've got shannon and mike both in the league with two points. Either of them can take it with this. Next song and spike is on the board with why meg is thinking about one. Goes points are meghan. Get on the board mega. Keep saying that after each one here. We'll see what happens next song. The mojo in the morning throwback throwdown is spike spike semi. Sonic closing time. Yes siri chew out to. It's good to sing drunk at two in the morning light. Sign over every boy amber. Wow ooh home. This might time. He's still saying. God verse So i never paid attention to lyrics out of spike shannon and mike all on the board with two points one of them when it with this next song and course megan on the board with one potential point. Well it means that everybody potentially on our choline here. Even tiffany has a chance to win because tiffany. You'd win the t shirt that meghan gives out if she So all of you guys could win on this next one. So let's see what happens. The next song in the mojo in the morning throwback throwdown is shannon ludicrous. Taio cruz break your heart. You've just one can celebrate that point to meghan meghan. Stop texting me. I don't know why maybe say channel. I someone hear shannon. Be me come on. I'm giving you a permission. Congratulations to you. Kara you've just won the throwback throwdown. You're so welcome. And you're walking away with a t shirt tiffany. I will take it. I really had fun playing meghan. Did you have fun playing to. It's always fun when you're playing with shannon steals all of your for sometimes making it just needs to be safe megan real.

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Teaser Preview of CS 277: The Futureless Now feat. Matt Christman pt. 2

Champagne Sharks

17:52 min | 1 year ago

Teaser Preview of CS 277: The Futureless Now feat. Matt Christman pt. 2

"Hey all this is a preview to the latest premium subscriber only episode to champagne sharks. So what you're hearing is a small clip of a longer episode. That is available. Over on Patriarch Dot com forward slash champagne sharks. It's available to premium subscribers. Who pay five dollars a month and if you want to hear the rest of the episode go over to Patriarch Dot com forward slash champagne sharks and subscribe for only five dollars a month. You get not only access to this episode innocent already but to the whole backlog of premium episodes at this point is over one hundred episodes at this point. It's a great deal so without further ADO. Here's the preview. I hope we see you on. The other side patriarch dot com forward slash champion sharks. We can hear the rest. What did it by interesting about Chapel right is well. Listen to Chapel. I just I just learning about the politics and the leftism and stuff but what I found interesting was like especially weird thing to be a fan of media and a fan of New York and DC media particularly. And when I listen to Chapel I was like we actually think about it. It's like it's really weird interesting being be a fan of but you guys had made it less. We're to the point where I think you guys have gone from catering to a small niche like I to look up stuff lot to find out who you guys were talking about. And what this person's history was that you know like. I didn't. Ezra Klein was a blogger. Blogger your heavenly guys. Were like the herb bloggers. They were invented. They I read. Both of them are got pan. And I read uses plug to Iglesias ended up becoming like Mr Economics. That wasn't that wasn't his seven fucking specialties. In his career he sees raw conversation. You guys are happening is exactly what I'm talking about Lake Lake to me. They came fully formed into twitter. Era as establishment riders. So what are you talking about fascinating? No started following Iglesias back before he was even like with the Atlantic he was just like blogging about pretty much anything and everything and I think he kind of found. A Niche and people accepted as expertise. But I think it's becoming apparent especially over the last couple of years that the guys just a fucking idiot coming out of the gate his during the Bush years when Which was a rare presidency defined for most of its term by foreign policy He was I was going to be the Democratic Foreign Policy Guy and he wrote a book thin little piece of Shit. Called head of the how Democrats can win on foreign policy. It has not how we're going to be a muscular edge Iman but not do bad wars classic Obama Shit at then. Oh I never read it by just I I know. I know that the basic gist and then he goes. I read his awful blog. Obviously the shit like that. He's just compiles his most facile blog arguments together into a book and then he was for slate he was the money guy he was the macro guy. He was a guy who can tell you everything need to know quantitative easing and Fed policy and shit like that and then he switched. It just became like a business guy. Oh and then. He became a smart growth. Urban Est Dude and wrote a book about about reducing housing costs called the registered. Am I There was like a manifesto about like developing and allowing for maximal buildings of of new development in order to bring down housing prices. Even though that never works just gets more expensive because it's it's the only safe investment in the world at least was and so it was the sink for basically all the money in the world that anybody wanted is anywhere says the every new tower you put up is just immediately to get up. As as an investment for some oligarch global. Ketamine dealer. You know who else to. Megan mcardle someone that but mcchord actually knew she was a blogger but actually tallahassee coach was the blogger to right. Yes yeah for the Atlantic. Yeah I think even had his own personal blog before the Atlantic Atlantic picked him up. Yeah Yeah Yeah I think he was beforehand to. I don't remember that I saw him. I think I vaguely remember him. For before it was at the Atlantic yes so I think like Blogging was kind of the minors started drafting people for the big leagues. And I didn't know that I listen to Chap seeing everybody is a sort of origin story. And what I kind of liken it to and I want to know your thoughts about this are is like things superhero movies or marvel. Movies went from making these movies to cater to like a handful fans of a cottage industry to actually creating. I think Marvin was created more fans that they've actually Originally started a catering to like. I think now it's like their billion dollar movies and everybody is passing understanding of who the avengers are and who is on it. And what captain. America's secret identity is and I've actually would agree Chapel is done that like you guys were for guys like you to work. Who kind of in that the blog trenches and know who all these media and New York and DC personalities are and that was kind of a diehard slightly obscure. Wakon PANDA MS. And now you guys have made like a very mainstream hobby. I I figured the kind of person you know discovered like superhero comics after the Rangers hit. You got the new issue of Dowsett. No actually I hadn't thought of that before before you before you brought it up but I you're right and it's actually very depressing. Now that I think about it that I people. I gave people the idea that that's a good use of time to think about these did wits Oh boy now now. Having I'm having another crisis thanks oh boy. Oh man I ain't right. We have done that. Oh Geez just off. The damage hasn't been too severe. When I heard you guys podcast like I enjoyed it. I thought it was very funny. But I'm like this only three hundred people or at this is going to appeal to you because it's so inside baseball but it didn't occur to me the same way like we conduct movies. You can create fun enough you can actually create your own base and now I think now not only do you guys like have a huge fan base that I think to a degree that you've you've created this you're spread this like Formerly niche thing into a mainstream thing to be interested in so many people. Know the INS and outs of all these media people. Now I d like Nonni you created it but it's like you have people rushing into the space now. There's so many people if it went from something. I thought this. This can't even have enough from the audience to support one. Podcast is something where there's an actual podcast universe. Yes yes. There's an extended universe pundits. Oh Man I now imagining a series of films based on these people I thought I thought. Oh boy now. I'm getting sick feeling nauseous. No I mean if there's any social good that comes out of that it's I may it's if there's one one thing that I can point to that a good has come out of this is being able to look some of these people in their dead fucking faces and just tell them they don't know anything like it. You like up until I I would say two thousand sixteen. It was pretty. It was pretty solid like lock until two thousand sixteen of the Pundit class on the quarter popular opinion so even even Matte Would just be able to make these pronouncements and people were just swallow it. They just accepted. Megan mcardle would say things. And you just be pissed off what she said but really what was counteract what she said and now I think I think I mean granted you might have an argument for whether the coarsening of the discourse is a good thing or not but people are willing to just say shut the fuck up to a Megan mcardle or or just into like when when is reclined has some some dumb ass take or You know a pod save. John has some like You know some sort of sort of like pronouncement that tries to get to like the the goodness at the core of America. That's been wallpapered over by the age of trump. Just say dude shown up like that's that's now a thing. I totally agree totally agree. I think it is bigger good than it than it is a negative negative for sure. I think it's probably the the one good thing about democratization of opinion feedback. Is that allow times? The right target gets hit. You know even though I don't like were this constant need to score points all the time and people's replies and all that stuff I do think there is a good that comes out of it. You would like to do for the rest of the time here. I don't know how much stuff we'll get through but I just want to bring up random topics that when I was listening to you because I don't have a lot of the context for this stuff that I just didn't know what you're talking about or I want you to expand on you know so One thing is. I didn't read this either. So I I don't know Andrea it type of the sixteen nineteen project and and I'm curious because you brought that up in passing and one thing you're saying if if it's meant to say this is one thing but if it's meant to say another it's something else but I couldn't quite parse it's demagogy because people don't WanNa my opinion on especially after the whole hand Jones sang with Biden. You Black Moment And the thing is I read it so I feel kind of unqualified to talk about it but I know what people were how people are responding to it and I saw what people were arguing about. I just wanted to say I as far as I know. If if it's pitch is that is that American capitalism grew out of racism than vice versa than I think that. That is not only factually historically wrong. It's also a bad lesson to take into the your contemporary politics because it will make it harder for you to Deal with the legacy of that Racial capitalism that we have in this country but again that's dependent on what's actually in the thing I mean from seeing the the behavior and the statements of people who have worked on it. It certainly seems that's what they're trying to say but AGAIN. I don't know for sure. And that's that's just when people ask. That was my response to it. Personally I did not like I. I Nicole. Hannah Jones one of Issues that she doesn't have a very good class analysis but that's fine because for the purposes of the project that that works like if you can if you can shunt All of the criticisms about the negative aspects of America onto racism and then you structure racism as some sort of primordial forced. That just comes out of nowhere. It's just a it's it's a force of nature. You can't do anything about it then you'll always have to deal with it you can. You never really have to address classes. Use that you'll ever have to adjust material issues. But I think one of the problems that the Left Front Duke Primarily why people on the left because like there's plenty of lack socialists. That come from a different tradition. That have this. Should DOWN PAT like they've they've been clear on this for a very long time since the early nineteen hundreds and that is that capitalism itself is a function of racism and racist as a function of capitalism the to reproduce one another. So if you go back to the origin of the of the transatlantic slave trade and this is something that people want to act like it just arrived spontaneously out of nowhere like there was just shifts that like arrived into the sea that went into West. African people were just being loaded on it. Who knows how this whole thing developed? Actually if you go back to it was like four things. Fourteen forty one was new to stones voyage to the argument islands to bring back the first set of African captives. You know the the spawn of The organization and marketisation on of of the global economy that happens in the mid twelfth century. I that you have the birth of Market Commerce. You have in the The the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries the birth of Race Science and the idea of there being separate bases that are distinct from one another features in order to to justify slavery. So that's that's not really explored very well in the sixteen nineteen project and I think what Jones doesn't In the introductory essay that I absolutely hated was saying that like America would never was not cracked cracked up to be like at promise. Something and then it just didn't deliver on that so it says I funding ideals of liberty and equality. Where false when they were written black Americans fought to make them true with the struggle? America would have no democracy at all. And it's like that's nice it. It sounds good on paper but is that actually true and the answer is no there was a a mercantile economy that depended on the The use of slave labor There was a birth of capitalism that was highly dependent on slave labor. You can't really separate race. Class issues are kind of intertwined to the point were race is itself an indicator class. And that's never really explored in the sixteen nineteen saying. I think that's one of the issues that I have with White people on the left is at that. Analysis is not arrived at because the history of the black radical and socialist. Tradition is not very well known. People aren't meeting people like Cedric Robinson. They're not reading a ill. Ca- reading kwami to raise the not reading. Claudia Jones. Do not reading people that have gotten really into the dirt on this and have provided answers even like I said Comma Harris father got into the dirt and provides some very good answers. People just don't know who they are and don't engage with them. Yeah I mean nobody reads. Anything is the problem to ever in response to other people's arguments online and it is this horrifying madhouse socratic dialogue between people. All of whom are just for the most part making it up as they're typing it. The the number of like politically of incendiary tweets that become very that becomes centers of discourse are not thought about for longer than the write them. And if that's the case all of the subsequent discussion is going to be as shallow and reactive because you're not even responding to a considered thought on the one thing that you said and I might not understand is the sixteen nineteen one thing you said. I think you were saying something along. The lines of the reason of rose is like something of the mind but it came out of like material things. I think you were trying to say something along the lines of that Resume kind of came about because of Capitalism so that could be getting it wrong. 'cause used some more. Marxist language like I'm not really good at knowing about the word materialism remains but they kind of try and say like you kind of need to undo the things that caused racism to make it The one thing I kind of struggled with with that is that I feel that there is a true today. I think there's a truth that racism came about because of all these things the one thing that I just don't really buy left to say is I don't believe even if that's why started that taking away is going to make it go away because I think has become like a custom or ritual and I don't think anyone would claim any. I don't think anyone that I would take seriously would claim that it would go away. I think the argument is that the only way to address it significantly is by attacking the material conditions. And I think one of the main reasons for that is just if you got the question of all right we have. We have racism in the in the culture there so question. It is fused at this point to the land in the form of the littoral The the geography of our urban areas At at the legacy legacies of wealth accumulation and and disparities in violence and life expectancy. These are all Britain upon the everyone in America and endured disproportionately of by black people. So that is an issue. That's a real problem that must be addressed addressing. The question is how do you address it at the level of racism as a social phenomenon? What lever can you push? And the only answer I've seen offered is one of culture of reaffirming anti-racist insisting the culture reaffirm anti-racists and that has happened and the anti-racist current in popular culture has gotten much more significantly emphatic over the last thirty years but the actual conditions of black people. This country have gotten better than in fact have gotten worse. It's actually yeah. And so that means that there is no way to fix things by attacking things at the level of race as a social phenomenon. It has to be the concrete markers of racism that have to be changed. That won't end the the super structural response that won't change a harden racial of beliefs but it will change the degree to which they can impact the lives of people who suffer under them and over time that change in relationship will further reduce overtime create incentive. What we have now which is a negative cycle of violence recrimination and And mutual distrust revise a poses along racial dynamic well. Meanwhile while while the vast majority of people of all races are further amid rated We we could have something. Where a positive virtuous cycle where reductions inequality reductions in material and justice reduce resentment reduced distrust reduced that that that racial chasm and lead to further Re Re Leads to further reductions in material injustice. I think that's something that could happen. I think the evidence is pretty clear that the alternative a strategy doesn't get any results at least nine that are worth all the effort. Alright so that was a preview if you like what you hear and you want to hear the rest of the episode and more episodes than by all means go over the patriots dot com slash champagne. Sharks take care.

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Amy Has A Flip Out Parenting Moment + Famous Duos Fantasy Draft + Lunchbox On The Street Asking Drunk People Easy Trivia

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Amy Has A Flip Out Parenting Moment + Famous Duos Fantasy Draft + Lunchbox On The Street Asking Drunk People Easy Trivia

"The future of phone services here visible for forty bucks a month all in you get unlimited data messages in minutes on Verizon's four G. Lt Network along with mobile hotspot at lt speeds up to five megabits per second with unlimited usage with visible no annual contracts or fees no foot long phone bills no caps on data. I use your speed plus signing up as easy using the visible APP or website and if you listen to Bobby going show get twenty bucks off your first month when you sign up at visible dot com slash bones all right the bobby bones post show pre show. Are you cool talking about your daughter second or thumb. Yes okay make sure well she she sucks it a little bit when she was younger. Obviously most of us do and then she stopped stop in wasn't doing it and then all the sudden just started doing it out of nowhere recently and it's all the time you google it and go. What are the factors that make kids even adults do that? I mean I feel like she's probably go like school has back started. There's another layer of interesting school's back started school's back school has started back and I think maybe there's just the pressure there are maybe it adds something to her to where she's just looking for like comfort because she also like the sleeve of her shirt she constantly is if she sucking her thumb. She's also massaging the sleeve of her shirt with her other hand at the same time it she doesn't do one without the other and she told me that if if I would tie down the hand that could touch the sleeve. She won't come because this makes her one a sucker them because I guess it's what she did when she was little I don't know so I'm like well. This has got to stop your twelve years old and we've tried all the scare tactics of you know you're going to have to get braces or your teeth which honestly I don't even if that's true like messing with your teeth but we've told her that and then one of my friends told me about this nail Polish that you can buy and oh you painted on the thumb and it tastes really bitter so the minute that they put it in their mouth. It's so nasty so we ordered it and she wanted to order it. She said okay order it. I'm ready order it so I did and I put it on her thumb and then she put her thumb in her mouth because you know you're not thinking and it was so uh-huh disgusting and then I kind of felt like really worked well it really were you have to paint it on there for the work. She has to wear everyday which he hasn't wearing it every day. But I kind of feel more back on again. Dan I feel mean putting it on because it seems like you know not nice but it does work so she wants it to and she wanted to so that's the point. If she has a day where maybe she needs to sucker thumb then. I kind of wondered a process through that but if if she's like okay I'm ready for you to paint it back on then. I'll put it back on. She's still doing it. Is He. Paying the bird. Your son still yeah I used to buy is still a little bit but I still by Israel. Bad used to pull your here out though yeah now I just pull I've gotten to where I can pull of doing it earlier and I had to stop myself now. I can just pull it and I don't do the actual act of pulling it out kind of win trying to think of what else that I would do. We've all we all have stuff. what are you. What do you say about your son about the bad stuff? I don't know there's nothing thing we've tried so many different things and the therapist told us that it might take a little longer for one because he's a boy and boys typically do take longer but he does have trauma in his life so that could be a factor so we'll just see I keep waiting for the day where it just magically adjective stops. Do you have a rubber like a yeah. Yeah we washed sheets pretty much daily. We lost sheets and we have a plastic thing over the mattress same for me but for Spray Tan get your sheet sturdy though I always have to have washed after's right in so my last dog slept in the bed with me every night and I developed system of changing on my bed so I have three different bed outfits you know sheet that she is impossible but on the fitted sheet and the comforter so three and so now though when I if I spray Tan and because I'll get at late night I'll send that sheet and the other one to the the the the laundry dry cleaners so I'll take and they'll they'll 'cause. I can't get it all the way white wow so but I have two other ones that I switch until I get it back so so I do that. You Make Fun of me laughing at me laughing at me. I mean a lot of that stuff I learned from because I mean obviously I don't have to spray Tan but lucky lucky which is Mexican me too. It's Pretty Cool Man Mike D. saw it the movie which is are the kids older now. They're older twenty-seven years later so their friends have been killed by the clown yeah peabody clown pennywise pennywise close. I've never seen it and so pretty good reviews. How was it? It's pretty scary. I'd say a lot scarier in the beginning of the first one and then it's really long though it's almost three hours I kind of lost me the end but a really good horror movie. I love movies. It looks like that clowns friendly friendly yeah like he'd looks like you. I guess if the story wasn't behind it. He kind of looked like a normal friendly clown right. Watch smiling. He looks so creepy. You think he's being funny. I guess that's the thing he uses the like. I mean bring victims in yeah so he's a clown yeah but does he ever taking makeup off. There is one scene where he takes his makeup off and you see like the real actor really that's. That's an awesome Zine. It's crazy you can't run it. Are they gonNA make anymore. here's the thing about it. They can always make prequels sure forever the Stephen King still right this one like I don't know if there is a movie. He wrote the book the Book in the movie. He's in a cameo What's up with that? Did you write the movie Vidino No. I think they're just base it off the book but I don't think he he didn't write the actual script for it. How's the movie Mike podcast coming? It's coming along yeah. I did a test episode and I'm GonNa the feel for it. So when do we think we're launching this. Maybe by the end of the year for sure I'm pumped and what's it called movie. Mike's movie podcast all right. I like right on the nose movie. Mike movie podcasts. You know one looks really good. Is the joker movie. Oh yeah that looks amazing. I heard it got really good reviews. I heard it was a longest standing ovation ever in that Film Festival Toronto Film Festival Ronald Yeah Joaquin Phoenix. Do that excites me yeah. That's going to be a good one. I wish I knew do you know about it. like what it's about yeah. I think it's I mean it's just as origin story so how the joker came to be like even before it's like before Batman kind of but it looks really good. He lost a bunch. Wait for it to yeah you. That's like a really crazy role that they had the like prepare for and I think he went all out in it and they have to prepare for us so crazily because Heath Ledger that is such a good job in yeah because when Danny Devito did it he's back Nick Jack Nicholson Nagelsen to he he gave ledger gave him like tips on how to play them how to get to the character because he said it messes with your mind. I feel like you just walk in and I guess that's why we're not actors famous actor. I don't know if I could do that because they don't have. I don't know if I could do that and get out of thank character. You know what I'm saying 'cause they spent months being the joker. That's gotta be tough every single day. I don't know if I could do that. Eddie would be the guy who makes them. Call Mr President when he's playing president the Jim Carey Cut. I'd be like all right bobby again so mike would you recommend if you're into into horror movies. It is scary okay. It is scary yeah. Thank you ever seen it now. Do you watch movies now. Do your kids watch movies. No you should show your son it okay. I don't want to have to sleep with them. The next time we'd play Bet Amy has assured son Oh here yeah all right parenting today on the show we you will hear us to draft famous duos so oh listen in drafts. A famous first round was a little rough. Hey Hey don't be Tuesday's. Do ooh. That's right right. Can you give us a little music. Please you know today is it's come on why I gotta get like a hip or something by the way chick amy's podcast four things things with Amy Brown new Q. and she got the sore losers lunchbox Eddie talk about sports and stuff yeah. There is a bobby cast episode we talk about if you're you are the if your parents. If you're a musician you're famous or your parents. Also were musicians are famous. We talked about that like Enrica and who Julio Julio Iglesias in your glasses and there's another wants us to write brother. I'm there was another egg lacy. Julio quickly sank Williams is another one that we did claims Iglesias. He's our cousin up the Iglesias's all right all right here Tuesday yeah so it's Tuesday. You know how we do it. Thank you we call it to date. Hoa Okay Dues Housewives Going Booze Day eats cashews just talking about so go ahead on him as she is say so. Maybe WanNa play some day one. I just WANNA rhyme with twos like Mike Shula and news go ahead. Come up to a hey you wanna day. You can ride like the verse verse we'll be like Yo so is Tuesday open my refrigerator mustard Robertson the raiders in his favorite part to Tuesday. Eh Joe a day housewives gone Tuesday just car looking looking at the stars and I'm feeling feeling for snickers bars. Do it go do three ball. Today's the day I'm GONNA ride the wave not gonNA care about a thing in the world may be go for for swim and in a world pool too and I'm saying I don't think Iran could eat no fat and his wife could eat no lean paper fighter in the world was the big guy his name. Dj Butterbean Dude. They're housewives going booze day to day. You're up. Oh you know what I'm GonNa due today. I'm GonNa sit down on that couch. Take a nap and I don't know anything to rhyme with that so I hope I don't get slapped. You do housewives going bad all right. What does that from Julio Iglesias is great Tuesday thing they had two sons that were singers enrica and Julio Junior high bigger in Spain? Maybe maybe like but to us. I mean Rica was huge. Yeah Julio Iglesias Junior Spanish Singer v seeing songs amy. There's a factoid on enriching list is that that bobby through us during the Bobby Keller she knows are you do. We talked about before on the show. It was pretty crazy custom Nada M love new. That's all Oh yes what it really says 'cause tonight. Yeah 'cause to non original crazy. It's crazy to me and I had some original wraps deep down. I should have just gone with those passes you it does and you forget like the good rhymes used to have put in your pocket. I have them in my pocket. Okay next time next Tuesday ever do that. Every time we have to we have to yes. Please nickel cool all right appreciate you here we go. It's who who's Day a okay. Here's Tuesday show okay we all this fall. The biggest battle and country music is taking place on the voice. That's right America's favorite singing competition is back and this season it is on you got Queen of the Voice Kelly Clarkson. She's going to be bringing some texas-sized heat as she goes toe to toe with six time champion Blake Shelton country's best undiscovered talent but these he's too will have to contend with a very serious challenge from defending Champ John Legend not to mention the return of Blake's better half Gwen Stefani and this season. She's a serious wildcard art gwen join forces with the man she loves or will she joined forces with Kelly to take the country king down a peg as they say all is fair in love and war. Check got this clip. You WanNA fight flaky. Why are you doing this to me? I thought you loved get. It's a whole new game on the all new season of the voice the Blind Auditions began Monday September twenty third on NBC Your Buddy Buddy and my transmittal talk about it right title. They walk onto Tuesday show more studio morning good. 'em You good doing great. I saw it. I guess your daughter got her first award in school she she did well. It's from her music lesson place. She goes to this place called fannies or she does piano and I guess they have soon of the week I had no idea until they reached out to me to ask you is okay to post a picture of her holding a sign of the student of the week on their social media and I said of course this is our first award the number one anything amazing and they just said that she has perseverance. She's dedicated. She's working hard and she nailed some mm scale on the piano. She did really well. They can tell she's been practicing so anyways. You know the week in with your kids they've been in America for how long now a year and a half Ish Asia and no words yet. This is the first trophy or award period Easter so they both because they played soccer depends on how you look at it. They in their soccer team lost lost basically every game but they got a ribbon. You know this is like you know. She's being recognized for effort. I don't think they've been recognized like that in so she was so proud she doesn't always like her picture to be posted. She always has to approve it and she was smiling so big and holding the sign and I'm just so proud of her because she does Eddie gamy keyboard for her and we keep it in her room and sometimes I'm downstairs. I think what's that noise and I go up there and she's practicing. I love that the she I love piano or she doing piano because you want her to do piano now pianos our choice initiating it out if she wants yes at anything they do is their choice being that she's twelve got here in America when she was ten. She didn't have the opportunity to. She doesn't really know extracurricular activities or what our hobbies are so. I'm trying to let them just explores. They want Wyatt no pressure but I mean they have to do. Something and your son's hobby right now is a his. He's doing drums yeah. He plays real drums at lessons. Since any plays. you know kitchen counter drums at home. Does he just like to hit things or does he have a sense of rhythm and knowing where to put the rhythm he he hasn't gotten student of the week. I think he likes it all see. I don't know family band well. My husband does the saxophone and band yeah play your house now. He played at my house. I think I'd took audio discipline anymore. It was it was eighth grader so but he loves Kenny G. It was just one of those things after you're dating I think after we got married I found out his passionate fascination with the saxophone I I the nation he played but I didn't. I didn't really know fair to fascination because he played junior high yeah. That's like me saying I played basketball. Ask a ball. You do say that and you see all time free throw shooter. I I know what I'm saying that since eighth grade right so what would my contributing to the family band be you could be the manager. You got the soccer team. You get like due to launch. That's okay uh-huh. Here's the bobby bones show podcast highlights segment of the day bobby bones show time now for a fantasy draft and today we'll be drafting famous induced by the way Raymundo with a two game win streak. No one's ever won two in a row this guy known for that three P. Baby is the first time since Chicago Bulls the room is mildly applauding for you on there being a little bit of haters of Janas. No there's more attention now and everybody gets all hostile a little bit when this bit start. It's bigger than it's ever been honest. Everyone looks down at their papers. That check areas. Yeah Amy's like race playing. Oh okay okay race playing like nervous or what was that is about to sit. I sent a text for clip and Ray is on. I mean he's he's pretty puts Clemson at times and I've sending it to Mike D but I have a group tax with them and I include it on the texts with ray so now he could steal mine well. That's going to be a thing to rave. You can't run the cliffs if he's GonNa play. The clips like I purposely didn't put a lot of music duos in there because of that well. It'll just have to Hillary Utility Hillary. You have to put them in an shop to run them. If that's the case I mean I might get a little sloppy. All I'm the expert here on the board. Okay so here we go with the first overall pick in the famous duo oh draft which it doesn't have to be duo people. It can be anything famous duo draft. lunchbox has the first pig lunchbox. Should I pick we'll be man. I didn't you know what direction to go. When I sat down to think about this and then I was like okay the person the people they love the most and has to be the number one pick johnny and June? It's the number number one do of all time Johnny and June China Yeah the action. I wouldn't have expected from lunchbox. The honest Eddie had the second pick I'm GonNa go with some a duo that everyone knows. A lot of us. Grew grew up with us do oh. It's the Mario Brothers Mario and Luigi like that one. I had the third round I got to be. I mean I'm not in this strategy. I haven't loved the first first first round picks. Mario was pretty weak Eddie but again okay I'm. I'm not picker only up to wins gauge of it at all Morgan number two. I watched them as a cartoon. GROWING UP IN SENATE IS TOM and Jerry. We're struggling. It's Pretty Fun I. I don't think you're struggling listen. I'm just sitting back. I had I did too. I'M GONNA hate. I Have Adam okay. Okay Raymundo sitting here for you to take what you're gonNA take but so far it's you guys have lost your Dang lines. I cannot believe this is still available gone yet. You'll she's she's up though he's up easy amy wow how aggressive is amy's under turn. Yeah I know remain. Maine is real easy for the three P. Garth Brooks and Tricia earwood baby okay okay. I I know duos can be anything this couples thing is just weird to me. Johnny and June sing together. That was my okay garth and Tricia Trish is on this one right now she is. She's going okay. Amy Garth is on her new album. Amy Go ahead. You're famous. Duo Raging Idiots vavi Nettie don't really on the state now mistake throng responsible okay. It is a good one amy amy second first pregnancy around frosty and fries solid food. She switched it up a little bit. It is famous for that one. I can get into a little bit okay. Okay okay. Maybe the secretary hey Dave Raimondo. You gotta be kidding me. I mean you got every every single alive. I win over this with myself at the house in the I assume we're already GONNA be gone in the first round. It's still there tim and faith they want to raise. That's been his Mo.. It's okay I don't adds a pretty good one see. I thought maybe if you're doing a couple that could win the first round and yeah the strong one okay Morgan number two were drafting famous duos. Go ahead uh-huh okay. Et's this one and nobody's taken it so I'm GonNa take it. It's Batman and Robin. I'm so surprised no one jumped out Batman and Robin Adam. Yeah maybe the most famous duo dynamic duo that's right. That's their nickname at should dynamic duo Eddie you. I cannot believe you on having this still on the board Gimme Brooks and Dunn come on all right solid not super flash because we talked about it a lot holid- that's due Olga's lunchbox famous duos how guys amy with food and when people go out to eat they love this one. When you get a steak you get into a potato steak and potatoes does blue interesting interesting interesting okay? Let's watch in the third round. You get the first overall graphic I in the third round. I mean people these they bring make dreams come true. Everybody's happy the happiest place on Earth Mickey and Minnie mini go round pick that one could have been a first round pick. That's a good one so lunchbox has johnny and June's steak AK- potatoes and Mickey and Minnie Eddie. I'm GonNa stay in the whole kids theme here and I'm GonNa go with this. Duo abor Ernie Burner Arnesen went to third around Eddie Has Mario and Luigi Brooks and Dunn and Burton Ernie Okay Okay now. We're getting somewhere Morgan number two. I'm stuck between two but I think I'm GonNa go with this one because I ate it all the time growing up. It's peanut butter jelly. That's really good you guys start around dominating wow Raymond. What is your final pick of the third round helmets breed mortgage or quick Tom and Jerry that man robin peanut butter and Jelly Raymundo so it's already been set a little bit Bobby Eddie? I'm going the strongest of them all here in the third third round bobby and amy. That's the stronger do oh. Hey that's a pretty strong. Go Bobby the Eddie when you have the option of bobby ain't well amy would because he doesn't want to pick her own name and look weird. I told myself if y'all were available in the third round but I'd have this draft one and that's it ray has garth and Tricia Tim and and Bobby Amy what amy amy you have a heart Eddie frosty and fries and you get the last big now with the very last pick you also get the liberty of discussing what you're not gonNA take. Just GonNa talking through your picks. Hey I I mean I know already frosty and fries I kinda I wanted to be diverse with like a band a food and then maybe like a TV duo or something but like Bernie and all the Batman Robin taken taken taken and I had those there's other foods that cookies and cream affiliate go good together and milk and cookies he said ranch they're all food. I also service and butthead which is cheating because I don't really watch that but they are a famous duo and I have one. I haven't said that I might go unless I go with Beavis and butthead. What's when you haven't said very kate? Nationally Elson solid up to you. I think we went to the same website you gotta just did just now because you'll start taking all mine and like I don't even get half of them on there. Like who are these people. Oh Man I guess asked him to go with Beavis and butthead wow interesting okay good it has Bobby Nettie the raging idiots frosty and fries and Beavis and butthead interesting yeah. That's GonNa be a tough one. Okay somebody wants to add Florida Georgia Line Dan Shea alkhast Oh cast around the hall notes so those are just musical duo. I also had hugs and kisses. I Barbie skin there we go. Thanks for the heads up. No there's no heads up we'll put him up at Bobby Bone Dot com and you can vote and Raymond. It was so funny Raimondo. If you'll shut up beavis anything you want to the champion be so that's it just doesn't fit your image or your brand doesn't matter no. I know this was way too easy. You won this repeat feet three feet. He's so cocky bodybuild dot com if you want to get on them vote bobby bones show. Let's go over to our producer Raymundo Raimondo. No no you got over there. MTV News Alex Trebek's back actually last night for jeopardy's thirty six season after months of treatment for stage four cancer in other news off the Georgia coast to Coast Guard rescued all four track crew members from that capsized cargo ship the ship overturn the men's bent over thirty hours inside and finally those affected by hurricane during and still you'll need your help redcross dot org again. That's red cross dot org bone soup over to Delaney Colorado Delaney. Welcome to the bobby bones. Show show what's happening. I had a question there amy and I was curious. If you could net flicks cheat on your husband will football season uh-huh okay so your husband loves to watch football you do not correct you often complain about it for. I don't know ten eleven weeks before the season starts parts. Can you watch shows on net flicks while he's watching football. Yes yeah I feel like if there's a time like if he's going to be dedicated to football like I look at this as something maybe we're watching together and you're not supposed to watch it apart then football seasons definitely time where you can just say hey. I know you don't have time for this and I don't WanNa wait so I'm gonna go ahead and finish yellowstone without you probably going to I did see on your instagram. That people are starting to watch yellowstone because of you I saw I just it's tough for me. Take the first step. Just take the first step. Dip Your toe in see what you you think and again. How do I get it because I don't have that channel? You have Amazon prime. Listen I know well or you could check. I know sometimes you like to download things on itunes. Just you can have downloaded downloaded on your computer because you travel so much. Maybe try that. I don't know I have a whole season of Friday night. Lights that is doing watched. I was like I'm going to get ahead of it and I was like I'll get up one day and I'll just be bored but then the have books I mean you are trying to make reading more of a priority when you've always read but you're you're doing that thing where you're setting a timer set a timer for yellowstone. Oh I will eventually pick one between what stone or Friday's her lights even though it's it it stands it's time hundred percent timeless Delaney you ever watch that lights well. That's what we're watching right now and we're on season almost wants to see me too but then we have football Sunday all day we have. We have so Paul and I'm like what are we gonNA finish tonight right like Oh yeah well then. You need to tell him like you. Watch your football. I'm going to wash my delaney. Do you think I should watch Friday night lights or watch like one of the new shows. It's out that I'm trying to catch up with the so good. Yeah I mean we all just told you all of us and then I guess when you finish that you can start yellowstone. I was laid to the Yellowstone Party anyway. It's Fine Delaney. Thank you for calling. Where do you live in Colorado Greeley love then we love? We love it thank you Delaney have a great morning. Thank you so much later. Hey I'm andy if you don't know me. It's probably because I'm not famous but I did start a men's grooming company called Harry's the idea for Harry's came out of a frustrating experience. I had buying razor blades. Most brands were overpriced over designed and out of touch at Harry's our approach is simple cures are secret we make sharp durable blades and sell them at honest prices for as low as two dollars each. 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The vehicle is Lamborghini's flagship car. It's about two hundred thousand dollars after X. carwash he said of the attendant the whack slept clumps of hood on the Car Day later he notices code blue paint turned into a dark murky green color. He thought a lawsuit against the Car Wash Company of Twenty eight thousand dollars which is how much the dealership charges to paint Lamborghini Gosh so is it true that he went in and they messed it up by over waxing it real story or fake story. Oh my gosh wow real. I'm sorry that's that's incorrect. Amy That is a fake story. I thought maybe he got his car wrapped. You know they wrap Lamborghinis although it does cost twenty thousand dollars to paint Lamborghini. That's how much it costs. Okay okay over to lunch. Box Surgeons temporarily reattached a man's hand to his groin now a carpenter had severed his hand with electric saw and tried to save his limb doctors were able to save it by attaching it to the man's groin it took seventeen hours in total to salvage salvage what they could of the hand they will grow more skin by attaching it to his groin while saving the hand. Does that make this story making the hands on his head is on his groin. I don't understand why you'd have to put on the Groin. I Wa I told you here just put it on the leg man surgeons temporarily we attach a man's hand to his groin. This carpenter had severed his hand with Sauk isn't got it. It's like Oh crap my hand so doctors saved it by didn't didn't like sewing it to the groin as it was there. It was able to grow more skin into that's wild. Is that a real or fake. I mean doctors do I. I mean they put ears on people's chests and stuff so I'm GonNa say it's real on earth. It's a real one Eddie Eddie could've been a doctor school has garbage pails removed. They just want the students. Take the trash home. An all girl school took away way every single trash candidate building their hope was to cut back on the amount of waste at school. They're now requiring students to bring their own bags and take their garbage rbis home with them. The school spent nearly thirteen thousand dollars removing trash in two thousand eighteen and they wanted to reduce them out interesting. Can you say where this was not on my not on there man. I'm usually really good game but this this one scenario has got me a little fifty fifty on this. I'm just GONNA go that. It's fake because I can't imagine a school. We'll make people take their trash. Oh it's not good and lunch boxes the only one that survived what on earth so he's the big winner in my d nice job duty stumped two of them dude. You got me good on that one. Can you imagine they soda due to handle yeah. Let's talk about that a little more though what's going to do with the hand they're they're gonNA take it off and put it back into the arm you fool. Can you imagine grab things with the date nice to meet. You got something to tell you. You're going to want to see this. What about like shaking? Someone's hand before we get romantic intimacy this. Oh Yeh the very latest Nashville Hollywood we would at Morgan number two thirty six GIDDY little big town announce their next album end or the album called nightfall and it will be out on January seventeenth within at the nightfall tour kicking off one day before that in New York City Brad Paisley will be starring in an Amazon comedy series. It's called fish out of water and he will be the executive needed producer on it. It will be about Brad struggled to keep a simple little fishing show from turning into his own personal frye festival Old Dominion is headed out on their twenty twenty year Old Dominion Minion. Tour special guests are Mitchell ten penny Patrick. They're kicking it off cannon up with tickets on sale this Friday. We're number two. That's your skinny. It's time for the good good news amy so almost four years ago the DC library and Dolly Parton teamed up to put books books in the hands of children and they just gave their one million book to a DC child so yeah they send a free book to kids under the age of five each month and the one million folk fuck just went out Dolly's Awesome Dali also has the imagination library where she sends a a book out to any kid I believe every month every every month gets one every month until five years old. Wow this is so cool I don't have any kids under five but life now here Weirdo all take away from that maybe can't say anything that article yeah she said from the bottom of my heart thank you for helping inspire children in DC to dream more learn more care more and be more. That's Dolly for you all right. That's awesome. That's what it's all about. That was telling me something good talk show. This story comes from Pennsylvania to people broke into a home there ransacking and stealing some things when the homeowner woke up like Oh make a run for they run out jumping their car that's in the driveway and it won't start won't start so they just leave the car. Only promise has other ideas. Hi De Information inside the car so go their house and arrest them. That's funny. I'M GONNA get the VIN number two regardless of have an idea or not all right there you go. That's your boneheads story today. Your buddy misses the bombing transmitter America. That's right welcome to the show. I WanNa talk to Meghan in Texas. Who's on the phone right now off Megan welcome to the bobby bones show? Would you like to say hi I was just wondering what your opinion was on this friend and I were having lunch yesterday at a restaurant and the waiter still the drink on her and on her phone and now the phone isn't working properly and I was wondering if you think the restaurant or the waiters should be responsible in any way oh that's a good question what kind of place where it was like brench place now did she hit the waiter elbow hello to make him spill it or was it totally the waiter just comes over and goes Bouche no literally he just he was about to give drinks in tire in Pepsi spilled all all over her and what did he say when it happened he apologized and he did give us fifty percent off of our bill but the phone is a lot more expensive than that. I'm surprised that he only gave fifty percent off. A bill. I'm surprised at the restaurant didn't just say hey. You spilled it on them. We'll cover their check so I I think that it is his in the restaurant responsibility like if he were to you know it's your car was bumped into by someone at the restaurant if anything happens in that restaurant place I think it's kind of their deal. 'em Your thoughts yeah. Unfortunately originally I mean it's not comfortable with probably have to go back and ask for something that if ya I it is on them would you go back and ask at this stage stage I would be I probably wouldn't I think I would have needed to say something and then you. Maybe don't know that it's totally broken. I know but again you could go home and just go back and go yeah my phone's messed up and Dan you spilled on it. I think you have to do it right then if you do it right if she would have been a right then and said hey you spilled on my phone. It's like you get into an accident and there's no real damage all right then you still have to exchange numbers because if you go back and you realize something inside of your car's been hurt Gotcha that you can go we hit and now this has happened so I do think that the waiter later or the restaurant should've said Oh. No I spilled on your phone. Here's a free meal and if anything happens with this phone you gotta hit us up in the next twenty four forty eight hours first and we'll be. We're happy to replace it. I do think it's on them but if you didn't exchange numbers the analogy that it's Kinda hard to go back now and do it. Hey feel about that yeah. That's what I that handles the that helps get rid of any awkwardness because you've dealt with it right when it happens because for me that would be the uncomfortable part is going. I'm back now so I probably would just ignore it and figure out a way to fix it myself but if I didn't have the money then that would really suck what are your thoughts mega mega so actually we did so we did tell the manager and the manager said that they're not responsible for damage or lost property. Oh Well Oh you did. She did what I thought she should have done and then they are I would say no. No you are yeah I kind of had a stand up for my friends at that point point members and everything they probably aren't legally bound to doing it right but I'm surprised or not maybe posted on facebook. I'm just saying show calls this year sports the business and everyday life there for off and if it has to do with rules you can learn all about it on the podcast good calls with me. your host deemed bland each review breakdown the calls that sometimes travis crazy and the what when and why of the rules behind you'll see the world of sports and officiating in a way you haven't before you'll hear from some of the most influential the people in sports and the perspective on officiating and how the rules impact play sports aren't your thing. We'll even take a crack at breaking down some everyday life to trust me. There's something real Frederick. Listen a good call on apple podcasts on on the iheartradio APP. Wherever you listen to podcasts so what happened with your son last night I it kind of went crazy over cereal? I lost it. I personally wouldn't take responsibility preface it by saying hormonal possibly we're in the kitchen and we had been at the beach and smother kids were there so there was a sugary cereal purchased. Will I brought back a bunch of the food from the beach because I could and I didn't WanNa waste it so so we had this sugary cereal in our pantry and I thought well I'll save it for special occasions not normally what we have but it's fine well. He wanted it for dinner and I I I told him nobody we've got chicken and veggies for dinner. You're not gonNA have the cereal and he started throwing a fit and so I was excuse me who know cereal is not causing you to act this way but I yell. I yell like this is not how what level back away from the microphone giving away any mom can relate the you have a level of yelling. That's embarrassing and you want to learn from okay. Amy's away from the microphone like your son. You're aiming Kinda Israel. Was it like a actually it's pretty boring but it's frosted flakes. How like seventeen grams of sugar conserving for a kid? I won't frosted ought to place mall. We're having chicken and veggies the beach. We have frosted flakes Mombasa place for dinner. If this is how you're GONNA act about Syria are you serious. Are you serious stories. Stevens is look at me your seriously throwing a fit over cereal. Do you want to know how much I care about this serial. The Sierra is not doing that to us. I'm march to the Pantry. I get the a serial and I said this is how much I care about the cereal. I dump it down the disposal. I turn disposal for fact because it's loud and crunchy. Stop the cereal and that's what do you want now. We have no serial chicken and veggies. It is eat up kid. uh-huh good talking is hard for me to get into it at first because I can't really get there because it's not a place I normally live. My personality doesn't normally reside in that territory but occasionally I can go over to the dark side and he's his eyes he looked at me with the biggest is like thinking mom did you. He was scared I little bit. I'm a little scared worried. My favorite was I'm not we're not going to let the cereal do this to us. Spoke cereal not break us apart couldn't believe that he was losing his mind over not being able to have cereal for dinner would never been able to have and then all of a sudden. I've got this sugary cereal cereal and then it was a kid nine. Throw fits like that over serial and serial yes eddie cereal is not going to do that. It's like talking to disrupt my dinner vibe because you want cereal and all of a sudden. It's going to change your attitude so I'll show you how much I'm GonNa let this affect me. We don't even need it to him afterward. Afterwards I said Yeah we sort of we ended up having a family or you call everybody in. I felt pretty bad about yelling that my husband me my daughter Stevenson we all sat around before bed sat in the living room and had a talk about how respect is a big thing and yelling and the kids have been yelling at each each other a lot just at each other's throats and yelling and I said I said I don't always y'all bobby. This was not it just happens sometimes but I did say hey that mom and dad need to lead by example and when I yell like that I took that as an opportunity to learn grow from that and that I was frustrated raided and I didn't handle it right but that we all need to start just communicating better less yelling more communication. Everybody feel free to share anything. You're feeling if you're frustrated Stevens Frederick because he also said to her and I don't know that he knew exactly what this meant but this was earlier in the day. He said that he was gonNA killer killer but I don't think he knew that I take. I always knew it that might not that that that's like something you don't say but he was so frustrated. I said look if you're you're frustrated. Let's say here and express why let's get it out open table and so we did and it was so therapeutic and we and then we went around and said something positive about each person and and then we went to bed when I said okay now. We're going to go out and say something positive so she goes. Oh we're doing like Ice Cooler Ice Cooler. You mean icebreaker breaker. She's Yeah Yeah Yeah so you guys are good. Though we're going let me learn healthy family there. We learned from it so yeah but he's putting immunotherapy as an adult for sure that time my mom. Where do you think it all started going wrong? Stevenson like cereal say lab Bob Pile of stories so when it comes to condiments ketchup has always been at the top and something outsold catch up okay so it's not going to be mustered. Zach could've already caught ketchup. Honey mustard is up there. Barbecue sauce could be thing but I'm GONNA GO SALSA. What's Nice House? I'm going to go with solid set. What are the this is good mixed with salsa if you've never done that you know? Is it ranch dressing really. I like ranch but I'm surprised now now I would outpace Ketchup. Listen Big Ranch Revolution that I've missed. Maybe I think so. That's what they're saying like ranches like taken over and Hidden Valley did a whole thing they found that seventy percent of their ranch being used isn't used on Salads. It's used as a dip or topping. Oh Yeah I would imagine it's funny. I think a ranch more than I do sal you dip dip your pizza in it. I don't ever I would never put ranch on salad because I would view scared of how unhealthy that is but I will dip some pizza ranch brothel Salaam. Maybe top five clients number one top five comments will be mustered easily at number one and I. I don't even need mustard in my life okay number two in my top five condiments now. I'm here's a question is honey mustard so part of mustard. Honey mustard is more acceptable in mobster but is that still cover that no different well. It's different okay different and number to catch up and number three honey mustard okay condiments. What am I gonNA put a number? Four is solid C. economy. I know one well. Yes it the hot sauce and salsa altogether like that stuff that happy to Lula da Hoss number four. I'm putting hot sauce salsa slash slash later the jet well. That's yeah in there. I Love Buffalo Sauce. Oh that's good stuff. I'm shocked here. You have to fit something I'm here. I don't eat much as it all the time. I really need more and a number five. I think I'M GONNA put that number five. What Buffalo Yeah EH BUFFALO AT NUMBER JUSOH O? J.'s dressing blue cheese DRE BLEED BLUE JEANS ZIP or dip. I don't even put ranch on my top five. Wow that's crazy buffalo sauce so do you have your double number. Two okay good and I don't ever really love love ketchup but consistently it's up there circa mustard I can do. We used to muster sandwiches kit. Why bread and mustard when it can afford me but we've been mustered loved it? I'm complaining. We're good all right what else Oh oh no the worst man as a peanut butter muzzle put Lima beans on the airplane about disgusting stuff. I would say I read a headline and I was like wow. This is is higher than I thought it would be. Thirty three percent of Americans believe. UFO's have visited Earth. Let's pull this room asked me. Do you believe a UFO has visited earth. If I had to say probably know area fifty one I know my thing is I think we're probably so primitive. We're these carbon-based beings and I'm sure if there's something something out there they are not carbon-based trae. It's like I I've read the analogy to if you're walking in the woods and you see an ant hill like a ten feet over do you walk over and kick over the ant hill for no reason. No you just let it live because it's stupid aunts who cares. I think we're the ant hill wow if that is happening but I think we're the anyhow I would somebody come and mess with us. We're just like hard carbon-based things it lab short lifespans. I'm going to say no and if we haven't avenue and if there are anything out there what you knows they probably haven't bothered because we're we're anti were ants well. Sixteen percent of people must know because sixteen percent I have personally seen a UFO well. We've got a problem with those what if early though you had no all believe that was a struggle on your life and you had and you actually were you touched one they probed and no one would believe you and you had to list some dope on the radio compared to an ant hill so frustrated what else okay so here is another a reason to always look on the bright side of life. We try to stay positive on this show and I thought I would just share that. Optimists are up to seventy percent more likely to live two eighty five so the average life span is now anyway the question Mike would you check that out the average life span of twenty nineteen. If you could live to what you think he'd be okay Andre I go one hundred two yeah. I don't go with let eighty hundred be solid one hundred and I Charles lead. Try to take care of myself so it's so genetic base. Though you know knows so you can be proactive by couple years probably but you never know what's GonNa take its toll on your body and change course real quick minded. You have the answer. What is it eighty nine point three so so if you're positive you're not even listening to the normal wasn't active two hundred? I don't know just you know I think having a positive attitude just leads to a better your life. That was amy's pile of story so it's time for the good news. Uh are either of your kids scared of the dark a little bit they both sleep with lights on in the room. Stevenson has has a little nightline Cheryl will start off with the light on some points. You turns it off so they moved into a new house. This kid eldridge six years old had his own room for the first time every six and he was used to sharing it with his older sister and so your kid at your room it's dark probably scared of the dark skirt bad hey guys sharing or scary monsters even and so he could not sleep and his mom tried everything she tried things like the way the blanket the people you've tried night lights even the dog. That was the thing to let the dog sleep in there with you. None of it works so this officer Bruce Schwartz awards at the Police Department town was like hey I can help so he goes out at night three times a week. Let me do checks and like checking his room and it's like no. You're you're all clear Oh you're all good cute and so there are no monsters here so the kids sleep through the night and that pretty cool I love it so shout out to officer Bruce Shorts listening in Iowa hopefully listening if somebody gets to be awesome all right. That's what it's all about that was telling me something good the morning corny quite the hipster burn his mouth while he was eating pizza. Why did the hipster burn his mouth? While he was eating his pizza he ate before it was way cool. Okay I get it yeah. No now I mean crickets again on the history of this has ever happened. Cricket joined by Mike. Yes I did was also. He loves THUMBS UP OHNO. The pressures on okay look every player ear has a slump ooh true yeah. Even Tom Brady. Oh okay you are. The Tom Brady jokes just struggling to try to get it again tomorrow all right. You're admitting though are you. Do you go. Maybe it wasn't the best joke after I sometimes sometimes in my head it's so good and then I said out loud and I'm like I just have to run with it and own it and be like are you crazy. That's good but like I'm just GonNa not okay there. We Go Raymundo thank you that was the morning Gorny Raymond was looking at me like window. I hit the button to go wall. Oh it's hard to fantasy football draft season and the fantasy see football weekly podcast here to make sure you dominate your draft soul thoroughly you leave your hornets reconsidering their life choices for nearly playing fantasy football against did you fantasy football. Weekly is the world's longest running fantasy sports show and it's now the podcast that crushes your league with deep dive data and unique insights every weekend. The fantasy football weekly crew grinds up analytics every matchup for every player. The result is a breakdown of every game fantasy style. We don't care which team will win. On Sunday. We care hear about which players will help you win our letter grades for every fantasy player. 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We're gonNA find some creepy stuff like they're gonNA lose some stuff and then I walked out going shame on you by thinking that like I was disappointed at myself it will make you cry. When the film it comes out there will not be a dry it comes out November twenty second twenty nineteen a beautiful day in the neighborhood with Tom Hanks as Mr Rogers so pretty pretty exciting to hear that Robin in Arizona is on the phone? Hey Robin thanks for calling the bobby on show. It's happening talk about time marches on I was teaching Sunday missile class last year and I'm fifty five and I'm talking to the kids about how you can be old quite you'd be new young and you can accomplish great things and so I hear a few stories. Ah Look at me. I'm fifty five years old and this little girl shouts out fifty five. You are older than my GRANDPA and they'll get a kit store guilt you you all so it definitely me feel colder at that time but kids are sounds like it myself. Why thanks Oh gosh one hundred seventy year old turtles at that point in time we found older tortoise as to when we got off the air because we talked about how all these tortoises where we have found one that was over three hundred years old amazing these tortoises live that old and there were pictures of them taking from the very beginning of you can take pictures? Oh yeah that's it's crazy. Thanks for the call. The show Robin listen to an isolated point wonderful and so now Tucson so I heard you guys a show kind kind of driving the driving to work one morning about a month and a half ago so I've been listening ever since things like it. I like it like yeah you talk about real things you're honest and you're transparent and I think that's what people need to hear and it's about positive do good stuff so anyway. I appreciate that thanks for being a teacher. Talk to you soon. Oh I see later you know talking about doing things later in life I was reading some more about Brooks and Dunn and did you know that Ronnie Dunn was forty when they met really didn't get started when they were like nineteen and we had talked about you know him and kicks were put together going to songwriters. Just get get together. Kicks was like thirty six six Ronnie was like forty when they met so all that Brooks and Dunn like mega stardom happened later later the Old Dominion Guys Aren't twenty five years old you know they're in their forties and they're kind of going at it so anyway just to kind of Papa on that story yet kicks off thirty six forty met for the first time they were to solo country singers trying to make their way and they got together for one writing session from Tim Dubois. It was after the writing session they were going all right and then anyway they put our brand new man number one being bought a boom teacher gave birth outside of her school on the sidewalk with the help of the principal listen to this all of listen not just so much pressure and pain like I think she's coming now. The Dean's on one side principles on the other side Marissa's Kinda behind me. She's the seventh grade teacher. I just gave birth earth on the sidewalk outside. My school like this is so crazy what just happened when she was ready. She just said boom. I'm coming out and I think it'll be indicative of of her personality to come Choubey a firecracker. She's GonNa do great things a couple of things one. If you're a parent who's deliver having a baby. Wouldn't it be awesome it just boom it came out yeah like boom comes out and he went through delivery with your wife at two of them. And how long were they they were. I guess probably about thirty minutes. Oh you're wiser super-quick equate while they were C sections so pretty standard of like come on in do the procedure and then we're done Bo McKay secondly Kelly. You're the principal. You never look her quite the same because you've looked at her in a way like you've probably never see her the same way because you've seen her in ways that it only a couple of people probably have you know you're buying her name's Lindsay. She's she's thirty three welcome to her daughter Zara with all those folks now principal helped delivery and you'd have principal. You're like probably like there's I mean there's no option. You have to do it yeah. You have to feel like a hero afterwards though like I did that I'd probably traumatized. Gosh probably ties yeah uh-huh. That'd be a bad way like you're you've got mugged or went to war but your life changing such like you're in somebody's big life moment is happening happening there and so you bet when you close your eyes you see it like I think of the baby's head coming out like you only see that maybe once or twice in your life an unexpectedly good for good for them good for them. The hell the mother and daughter back home with the husband in their seventeen month old son so shout out to her the principal the seventh grade teacher the dean the baby just coming out just like that. It's a win all the way around. It's time for the good news. I'm Katherine. Kyle is ninety nine years. All the huge Pittsburgh pirates fan lives in the city. Never been to pirates baseball games or families like you know what your ninth birthday we gotta get Catherine's crew together other sixteen family members and her win to a pirates game and she got to watch him in person for the first time ever. I mean that's crazy like her whole life in a fan. I remember my Stepdad. Stepdad was a huge cubs fan new who's who made me a huge cubs fan my whole life die-hard cubs fan and he'd never been to a game and so whenever our finally like doing pretty well and can afford it. I took him to his first game in Wrigley Field and he was in his fifties and he was like this is the craziest thing ever like he was like. I never thought I would get to come to a game. I can't imagine maybe ninety yeah. That's good for them for doing that too. That is what it's all about. That was telling me something good. Your buddy miss the bombing having seen right so I'll play you just the vocals from a very famous one hit wonder just name the song cool easy these probably nail it does get them all right here. We go write your answer down three amy lunchbox producer Eddie play you the vocals only two song here we go my God and I guess I'm Emma thought he know who live on there. You go all right there. You Go. I'm in and feel good about that. One couldn't be any more soft feel one hundred win. Amy Macadamia Talks Margaret Arena Eddie Macarena it. Is it too easy to in the song title. It is my oh. Let's now Los del Rio. Let's switch it up. Everybody's buddies. We're all even again okay. Let's do the artist okay. There's go yeah yeah here. We go next up Carl Blowout. I think though out of feelings inside me I'm in for the win song sounds kind of Kooky. Whenever it's with no music behind it all right there you go hit you in blue collar aww blue like my toilet way blue like my carbon sitting? That's what he said it again alive my car in an outside all right. You guys have our amy good. Go ahead. The blue man group solid not kidding. It's Eiffel Sixty five blue man group in writing brand for them to the blooming but that was wrong. I'd met those guys when they came to the stars and it's like Oh yeah. Absolutely I remember them. They have their heads. It's that's like a latex or does not make up the faces but there's one point where it turns latex and a makeup and like they're wearing latex on their body and they and it was weird. 'cause they talk to me like he made. How's it going? They're going to be like one of those guys outside. They cancelled mascots and he was like what's up dude. I'm like Oh my goodness. You didn't WanNA blooming okay name the artist in this next next one hit wonder treat me stranger nephews. I remember the wind all right amy TA Jody a Goatee a dentist all right. Let's do number four here. We go name the the Iceland vocal. Just give me the artist of the one hit wonder Tom. You are laughing plastic. It's fantastic you can imagine as Zim that can you name that one in one hundred percent all right. Oh isolated vocal amy amy. I'm on all right here. We go everybody up aqua boy aqua boy Barbie Eddie amy you were so close it's aqua aqua bar meager aw Eddie tied down by one okay. I'll put the Iceland vocal just name the artist here we go to say goodbye. joke walk away and stumbles. China is my what crumbles Oh you are. I'm in Berlin macy Gray lunchbox macy Gray macy disagree a sheet your cigarette here I I never cheated. He even limited number. We're GonNa let these two played alkaloids. sudden-death speed around all you have to do is yell your name and it was soon as you know it just you'll you'll get the buzzer ray when they say it turn it off okay when they said their name and name the name the artists Eddie Blind melon and you got it over is is brave hitting it one second of a song game right now a Ed by the way that's blind melon no rain here sitting at the next one Asmaa six and believe while more Komo began the king initially Cantrell. You are the wind ratty year okay. We all right thank you. My Name is Danny Shapiro and I'm the host of family secrets. It's a podcast about the secrets kept from US secrets we keep from others and the secrets we keep from ourselves. Family secrets is more than just a podcast asked audio experience. It's also a community a place for people to share powerful stories of heartbreak healing and hope in season two we hear from a woman whose father's descent into dementia revealed his deepest darkest secrets and we hear from a man who kept his wife's Terminal L. Nece a secret to protect their children listen to season two family secrets on apple podcasts the iheartradio APP or wherever you get your podcasts rests on she'll she'll go out to where all the bars are at and found drug people and so he asked him a trivia question and amy all we're going to do is say if we think they get it right or not and I can go first and we'll put twenty bucks up as I bet and any money that we when we give to charity deal okay question number one raimondo hit it man what's going on in your world girl. Oh Bass fisherman investors kiss big editors. Nothing like it. It will hook anybody it really it is. It's exhilarating my dog at their bass fishing his name's Bass. What state is Mount Rushmore in okay? I named my dog after Bass. Fishing is name is Bass Orig- wrong so you asked the question what state it is now rushmore in now we know it right. He knows it and you get the. I guess now if it were me I was no way but you did. He say where he's from. No he just said he bass fishing. It's wherever they do a lot of bass fishing. I don't know how much bass fishing they do. If we ever vacation in South Dakota I'm going to say he doesn't get it. You're GONNA say no. I'm going to say now for twenty dollars. Amy says he doesn't get it wash. I don't know man Good Virginia. He didn't get it good. You're up twenty bucks a second clip. Who's your favorite kosher music artists? Galaxy J Snell Dean because he's Israel because he's he's like really true. Home Country Plays Guitar dance that too much on stage. It's kind of a common thing around these these days you know they kind of danced around like not really be countryman. Do you sing any Jason Aldean. Take me for a ride on big green tractors but that doesn't doesn't matter who sewed the first American flag who sold the first American flag now. The answer is obviously Ross right right but it's not if we know it. It's if we think this is drunk. Fowler gets it up to me in the twenty dollars. I'm up it. Says name name likes Jason Dean. I'm GonNa they say he doesn't know betsy. Ross owes the flag for twenty bucks. Probably British army probably try to tax there you go. We're back to even Patricia Army so I flagged intact. What do you expect drunk? I get all right next one up. Tell me how Smart Street and you and I have nothing to say much. What do you like to do for fun? I can't say too much yet. I hope you guys have a good night correct. Can you count the ten as fast as you can one to ten who's on the twenty dollar bill you know he did get pretty quickly. He did thought he would how how belligerent bills heart. I always forget you can do it on bill stains on the tip of my tongue each guy but not a lot of people talk about them all the time they know him on the twenty dollar real because we do these quizzes and he comes up but like you don't always remember that he's on the twenty dollar bill. You wouldn't get all night I've been asked I know the and I know that I've been told the answer. The MATTRU is Andrew Jackson. I was GONNA say Alexander Jackson K. K. Andrew Jackson go ahead. Will he get it. I'm GonNa yes because I should have gotten that so yes he gets okay. I'm going to go to bed go to bed. The answer to that was it. You're down twenty dollars. We have one less Andrew Jackson. Would you like to go uh-huh forty so if you win you come out ahead twenty do that anything. That's a smart bet amy anti forty control and you know what I'll even give you control back to wow wow what forty dollars having control on him amy. What do you want you? Everything's your decision. I want the forty control okay here. We go that. Ask me how life treating you not to be better. We'll miss when you go to the bar. What are you drink beer jasbeer? What kind of bear Andrea about anything but I like cold Bush light? I'm drunk who invented facebook. The answer obviously is Mark Zuckerberg. How high can amy's forty dollars worth if I'm right? She has me sixty dollars. He has to know that it's Mark Zuckerberg. I mean seriously he's pretty drug at such a it's like history. It's like you're in the now. All you have to do you can't escape. The fact that Mark Zuckerberg started facebook. You can escape injured. Jackson on the twenty dollar are built at times so who has control I do she. She had me keep control. I'm planning to things here one playing that you didn't sound waste and no one's got one right yet and I don't think we go for four right. homeboy straight up went to bed a minute ago. I guess I'm GonNa say an infant forty bucks up that I'm GonNa say get right with mark. Zuckerberg Robert hit me. I went to Harvard. I can't honestly tell you right now. All I could picture space but I can't say his name. Thank you always aimless possibly improve over there so what do I get twenty dollars. And where would you like it to go here. Oh Yeah who's on that twenty dollar ability bones Andrew Jackson. I'm never giving me about six months. I'll forget because they give you twenty twenty. One's I'll take it to my children's Fund Fund Regan. What do you mean your children's fine? Thank you know it goes to charity not amy. I'm joking. No you're not so you went to them. Saggio yes and what happened well. We're in the little common area where men men and women can be. You're in there with your robe and there's water and then the therapists come out and call you back to your room to get the massage so in the commentaries all kinds of people this this guy walks in big fluffy white robe on plops down. You can tell he has been drinking. What celebrity does he look most like so I can picture it in my head or question Tom Cruise? Oh Oh wow dark hair good features tan top gun Tom. Maybe a little taller though so he is he's drunk. My friend even makes a comment like Oh wow I would hate to get back. I you know if you're the therapist she my friend literally said that and I'm like I didn't didn't really think much of it. Therapist comes back gets the guy they leave. Go back to the room about two minutes later they return and he's yelling and the Therapist Mrs apologizing saying I'm sorry sorry I just can't massage you in this condition and he's like what condition and she's throwing out. I mean who no. I don't she referenced Bonnaroo. What are some other festivals burning? I don't know I feel like she was waiting that maybe he was on more than just alcohol basically that she knows she seemed people on certain things before and this is how they were acting something. I don't know but festivals were brought up in the we're all of a sudden. We're invested. We're we're casualty. Joining sit there act like we're not listening but listening and yeah she just refused to give him the massage and he was angry. He was not having it. He was not happy then when we were back in the locker room. There's a door to the lobby and I guess he put on his clothes and went out to the lobby area. So then we've got our Arabs of the door trying to figure out and then there he's making sure he wasn't charged for it and they said well Sir you worth thirty minutes late to your appointment and but no we could charge you because you were thirty minutes late but we're not going to know and he was it was at a hotel and he was never never staying in this hotel again. Ever in these hotels are all over. He's like anywhere in the country using even not happy and then someone tried to walk through the door and our ears against the era but it was awkward and I felt bad the masseuse. Was this cute little girl and you've got this drunk guy. I don't blame her do wishing because he was acting neither. Do we think it was Tom Cruise. Thanks for hanging out with us. Appreciate it abby and Missouri. You're on the phone hi abby. Oh my gosh. That's so exciting. What makes all of what he wants to say so I am a teacher in southwest Missouri sorry I'm actually out of Springfield Missouri? I teach sixth grade and I just implemented a Friday activities base often. Tell me something good. That's so awesome when I told my kids so do is you know this is a board for us to spread todd fraternity and be able to share share our wins for the week and so there were some awesome awesome examples like one of my favorite went that me rolling was one of my kids told me that they heard old johnny and football. I'm another one they did away they. They didn't get any catch that they did what they hurtle title Johnny and old that's good yeah but my favorite one was one of my students. They said it anonymously but they said Ah. They're doing a lot better than they were last year so well. That's good well. I'm glad that this show could kind of inspire you to do that and hopefully it inspires them to look at the positivity in their life. Maybe do positive things for other people so appreciate you sharing that with us. Yeah thank you guys. I'm everything you do. I appreciate it and you got another one coming up this Friday. Okay so absolutely later all right. Thank you very much amy we're done. What's up pretty much all this week? I have a lot of stuff to prepare pair for my dad's arrival so he comes on Friday so little things every day this week whether it's going out to his apartment making shirts ready setting up doctors for him to have here in all the different things Amy's dad's move into town living and what do you call it assisted living in the system living. We're calling into his apartment. The Pad his bachelor pad. He's going to have his new lady friends. Is he a bachelor is he. He's the bachelor like single ready to mingle yeah. I guess he had a girlfriend for a while. I should probably get him the APP he he uses APPs on his phone GonNa make I'm sure he's got Uber Down Because I told them yesterday on the phone I said Dad you know. There's GonNa be sometimes depending on traffic. I can't always if you want to come over the house and might not be able to pick you up but you can newburgh and and he's like no problem so he's Uber and all around town because he can't drive so excited about this. I'm so excited I'm finally ready. I mean I I think it was was scary and daunting and terrify me but I think now that it's getting real and we're getting all our ducks in a row with it. I think it's going to be good for him also and I think his little apartment apartment complex retirement assisted living home is gonNA. He's GonNa make friends and I love it about you. What are you got a New York so got a couple two dinners tonight tonight? I don't tell you don't tell each dinner that I've already had dinner. Smart Yeah asked to work dinners so I have one like five and the one like seven thirty so you just try to eat about a third and each one third of a mill. 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Weekend: Flea; Elizabeth Banks; Gabriel Iglesias and more...

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Weekend: Flea; Elizabeth Banks; Gabriel Iglesias and more...

"There's roles but they're not that interesting and more importantly they're not with our peers. That's what bugs me the most is that my male peers that I've grown join up with in this business have basically forsaken working with me. Elizabeth banks has a bone to pick with actors. Who won't work with her now that she's over forty and the Charlie's angels angels filmmaker challenges the idea that women can't direct action movies and flee wrote a memoir about his troubled childhood before launching the Red Hot Chili peppers for me kind of the emotional center and the thing that I talked about in the book most relationship with Walter My stepdad because he was terrifying man that he was also a brilliant musician and comedian? Gabriel Iglesias reunites with a high school teacher. Who changed his life? It's the frame weekend from the Mon Broadcast Broadcast Center at KPCC. I'm John Horn. We'll be right back. Welcome to the frame weekend. I'm John Horn and on this show. We talk with creative people about how and why they do what they do and about how their art is shaped the wider world later today. How a nineteen year old filmmaker named Philip? Humans not only grab a top prize at the Tribeca Film Festival but also landed a distribution deal with eva drove rene but will start today with musician and bassist Michael Peter Bells Ari. You probably know him as flee as a teenager. Flea met Anthony Keita's Hillel Slovak and Jack Irons at Fairfax High Together. They formed the Red Hot Chili really peppers in the one thousand nine hundred eighty s and the rest is history in addition into his work as the basis for the Chili peppers. Flea is also an actor you might remember his role as needles in back to the future chicken or the nihilists in the big Lebowski not later this month he has a small part in a new movie written by Lean. Awaith and directed elected by Melina Matsushita's Queen Slim credible. spitefully wasn't really here to talk about acting. He was here to talk about his new memoir. It's called acid for the children. It and it's about his wild days before forming the Chili. Are we interviewing. We're rolling take where we have this ritual the day before I do not oh okay so I call me superstitious bad dude every time. That's good okay. Yes the ritual or is this a proud we. We took a brief pause and then we launched in and flees started with the event. That would change the course of his life when I was a kid. My father was a very strict man. He he ran the house in a very militant shipshape way everything was wholesome we at dinner every night at seven. He wore a suit at a briefcase. went to work every day. Very you know very normal hormones and you know. We came from Australia to America because we were in Australia and family. We were in New York for only for four years while he completed his assignment Australian constant and and then. We're to return to Australia. Where we were going to live USTRALIAN lives and my mom? My Wild Ass heart following irresponsible mom took off with a junkie. He jazz musician who lives in his parent's basement. We left my dad. He went back to Australia without us. And we moved into this life and everything flipped upside down. I mean everything everything. So what is it like to go back there because what you're doing in a book is your excavating the memories about the physical things that happened but attached to those physical things are emotional feelings about what is happening in and around your life absolutely and I think of some stories I think about. I think it's a Halloween Louis story involving your stepfather. So when you're recalling these events how much do you think about your state of mind at that time. Do you have a new perspective on how you him. The person you are as you're starting to revisit and write down all of these memories all of that in spades age. You know it's when I was actually doing the writing. I just wanted to be artful about it but I didn't really have the emotional impact. Firstly I would read need it to my editor often. I'd write all myself and I would read it to him and while I was reading invariably I would I would start sobbing and when I did the audio book it was just like AAC fest man. It was really emotional. For some reason I can write it and it's cool like I just want to write it well and really describe what I'm feeling and try to do a good job but when I read it out loud it's it's very emotional But anyway yeah that particular event it was. It was Halloween and I was out trick or treating with some friends right at the end like I was getting too old to trick or treat I think thirteen maybe twelve and we ran into all these other kids these trick or treaters from school in. They're all running home and do this crazy guy in the street. He's shooting a gun. He's beserk scared. Everyone's going home has to get home. And I all my friends sped up and ran in different directions and wants to get shot and I'm running home and I get home and I see like all debris in my front yard the windows busted out like the TV at flown through the windows in the a yard. Unlike I didn't register it and it's grand inside the House and I see my Stepdad. There and I realized as soon as I walk. Oh He's The gun shooting madman. He said lunatic that everyone's terrified of and it was sort of this combination of absolute terror of what was going to do next. Kiwis Cedeno slumped on the couch in his underwear blood and guns and and I was also embarrassed because everyone was my house. You know. It's funny because you know I've been doing press for this book and a big part of my child is when I meet Anthony. Keita's grand up starting Chili peppers. And it's a it's a very important relationship in my life but for me and I just kind of saying in this now thinking about it like kind of emotional center and the thing that I talk about in the book demotion relationship with Walter My stepdad. Because he was terrifying nine man but he was also I mean he was a brilliant musician he was a jazz bass player. He was an absolutely ferocious Roche's musician and he played upright Bass and when he played it he attacked his instrument. With like a violent frenzy Ingram condemn these fast bebop walking baselines but he was taking all his torment and turning it into something beautiful through his base and and even I know like when I got older and I thought I was rebelling against him by playing rock music. I was doing exactly what he showed me to do. And it's what I still do to this day. All my feelings of pain loneliness feeling feeling misunderstood. Whatever it is I always? It's always being exercised here. Whatever art form? I'm privileged to US vehicle and namely playing the Bass and you also write about hearing him and some of his bandmates jam. I think in your apartment when you're a kid and it's transformative yet. I just threw myself on the floor rolling around laughing and yelling out crazy stuff and I went the thing is. I wasn't trying to be funnier silly. Like kids are funny and they wild and act up open and I was prone to that as well but but the music was literally hurling me around on the ground I just was like in such ecstasy changed. Just everything from me. We're talking with flea. His new book is called acid for the children. I WanNa play another jazz musician. This song is called a night in Tunisia Benicia. You recognize like the player the crystal clear sound cutting a hole in the sky. Man That's dizzy. Gillespie so tell us about your encounter with dizzy. I had started playing the trumpet in Seventh Grade and fell in love with it and my hero was dizzy. Gillespie had this magical. Trump is cheeks puffed up when he played he was funny. Funny dressed wild he was smart. He was everything that I saw. A great person could be. He was my hero. My mother took me took me to see him. Play Ed Royce Hall at Ucla. I believe it was nineteen. Seventy three I was twelve years old and shitting an audience at Royce Hall. Getting waiting for dizzy to come on. And when did you get him on Wednesday coming when she just you know he's coming away and I entered the bathroom. Jump Up to go pee. I run out. I ran down the aisle and instead of going back to lobby where you're supposed to go to the bathroom. I was just excited and ran towards the stage and Assad door looking for the bathroom. I RUN INTO PEOPLE WALKING MOUND D. I'm by myself. Look there's dizzy. Gillespie standing there holding his horn his magic corn but develop pokes up to the heavens. I run up to him in total. Aw Mr Gillespie I I it mislead does he. I am just I can't speak. I'm just so odd that it's him and he pulls me in and hugs me with his arm so my heads up in his armpit and I'm cuddled up next to him and it just kind of holds me there. And he's holding his haunting one hand he's holding me and the other hand embracing embracing me and it's like loving embrace speaking to somebody and it's in heaven you know I'm sitting and I to this day. I remember the feeling of him the smell of his Cologne. His suit is everything about it and he was so kind so sweet man and anyway he keeps talking to the sky for a few minutes and the stops talking guy kind of looks down smiles at me. batsmen ahead walks. onstage starts starts playing night in Tunisia and I'm just forget all about being you know and I ran back to my mom and I'm just so happy and it was such a beautiful thing thing. Yeah and that is. I'm GonNa play another piece of music. Okay this is probably my favorite song by ban that I think you and I both love so income. Do the due to dean. So we've got jazz. We've got dizzy. And we've got led Zeppelin at what point into those different forms of music. Start to coalesce in your mind as a way to bridge. What you've heard your Stepdad playing the bass what led Zeppelin's doing green and how you can move into rock and roll what happens is I meet a boy named Hillel Slovak and you know at this point? I'd grown up in such a jazz household. I adopted the JASAR's attitude of a disdain for rock music. I thought it was music for people who just wanted haircut silly silly magazines and closed. They didn't really care about music. I saw it was like a de-evolution of of what music is capable of which is an arrogant stand for thirteen year. Old Fourteen year. Old Boy. Whatever how old I was to take but that was where I was at and Meet hello and he's just as beautiful artistic poet of a kid you know he writes he makes these beautiful paintings plays guitar and he's in Love with rock music. He's in love with the Holy Romancing rock stardom the whole thing and we become. I'd already become become friends with Anthony. We are very close we meet we become a threesome and I start falling in love with rock music. I see them play this teachers. There's no one around girls come and watch and they WANNA WANNA see because it's cool. I'm in a room and they're playing. I watch him play. And I start. Softening towards music becomes less like a notes and learning complex harmonic ideas. He has been just like this fun. Wild awesome thing you know and I start playing and shortly after that hello lasts me to start planning a basin happens. We're talking with flea. His new book is called acid for the children. I would ask you to read something from the book. It's in front of you. It's page which one forty three can I use reading glasses. They're not reading any reading glasses around. I don't know because I always say such a rush to come here. That didn't let's say IT'S A. Oh my God look what Jesus put in your pocket. The gods want me to read this so it starts on page one forty three then. There was Freddie gold. Then there was Freddie gold. His two older sisters were both friends with my sister. At Hollywood high. Freddie was my first rich friend when it went over to his house I discovered an opulent previously unknown to me a big spread up in the show in West Hollywood hills in the bird streets up above the sunset strip strip including the famous blue. Jay Way there's a fog upon. La and my friends have lost their way to Beatles song a big swimming coming pool to well-stocked refrigerators a Salvadorian housekeeper named Bessie in a white suit and hat. Everything clean immaculate White Shag rugs a massive aquarium that bubbled. It's modern CONVEX. Way Out of the black tiled wall Freddie always had weed which smoke it go in his pool then Asana listening listening to loud music the popular stuff which being jazz nerd. I knew very little about Peter. Frampton P funk led Zeppelin living it up. What's interesting about the Freddie Gold Story? Is this idea about class and privilege you are essentially a latchkey kid. You are on your own left your own devices says and you have this friend or these friends who have a different life that you have a glimpse of how do you think that starts to affect the way you see the world and the way you navigate your way around the things that you don't have one interesting quick. Aside to that question is that the world was so different than here in the early seventies seventies because now if a parent has any money going to a private school but back when I went to La public schools we had every class of kid that doesn't exist in public school now. I had kids. WHO report was mothers were streetwalkers? I had kids. who like Freddie Gold? We're wealthy and crazily crazily enough like it was I liked. You know the Yummy food. A swimming pool could go jump in the pool going Asana but I didn't covered it I treasured my connection with my other friends who I had profound relationships with who had nothing so it wasn't really about that for me but it wasn't the nothing nothing nothing because we had no peace harmony and home. That was our how our home is a scary home to be in. You know the things that I wanted to do. Well at didn't revolve around making money. It was never like I'm going to make money. I'm GONNA get this. I'm going to do that. It was more like. I'm going to be a bad ass on this trumpet. I'm GONNA wear a suit legacy collect blow. My Horn. Fleas memoir is called acid for the children. You can also see him in Queen Slim which is out on November. Twenty seven blade. Thanks okay say no I'm not recommending. The children take LSD. This is a cautionary tale. Thanks missile much. Now it's the frame weekend. I'm John Horn two years ago. The Comedian Louis C. K. admitted to disturbing and unwelcome sexual behavior in front of a number of women after the New York Times detailed held his misconduct the Cable Channel FX where Louis C. K. was an executive producer of four shows cut ties with him and he stopped performing standup. But not for long. Now Louis C. K.. is on a comedy tour. Glenn Whip covers entertainment for the La Times any went to see what Louis Louis C. K.. Had to say now that he's back on stage he does address what happened. You know he and and the audience is very much on his side that he's had a rough couple of years and that if if you ask a woman if it's okay to jerk off in front of her and she says yes don't do it ask again and if she still says yes. Don't do it because it's not popular. Not Not don't do it because it's not the right thing to do. Don't do it because you know you might get in trouble and you might lose your ability to have comedy specials and a TV Show uh-huh and and and headline Madison Square Garden. You saw him perform in Raleigh North Carolina. And you wrote and I'm quoting now if anything saying. He is even more aggressive these days in exploring assaulting societal norms and boundaries. Let's talk about retarded. People he says early on in in his set does it feel that in fact he's dialing it up as opposed to dialing it down it does feel like he's dialing it up in the sense that got his comedy before this investigation came to light There is always I think a running element of decency you see that he was trying to be a good dad. He was trying to be a good human Yeah he has all these horrible thoughts but he's trying to push them away way and be a good human being and Now that effort to be a good human being doesn't seem to be coming across is much. He's just expressing a lot of horrible thoughts. Louis C. K.. used to play huge venues. He's now playing smaller clubs and it sounds like from your story. Tickets are about as cheap as they are to a minor league baseball game in the inland empire. So where is he playing in terms of this is tour and is the ticket price kind of a reflection that people are not that eager to go. See him well. I mean he's selling tickets I. I saw him twice in Richmond Virginia. And you know the small like eighteen hundred seat theater downtown and then I saw all. I'm at a performing arts center in Raleigh and the Raleigh show didn't sell out. You could still find tickets to it. I mean I. I bought a ticket for the first show. Oh for four dollars like for the Raleigh show. You could go on this vivid seats which is a reseller like stubhub and you could buy two seats. Orchestra level offer nine dollars a piece so it seemed to indicate to me for these early part of the tour that ticket resellers had snapped snapped up a lot of the tickets and nobody was buying them. We're talking with Glenn Whip at the La Times about the comedian Louis C. K.. You Talk to some people and Dan took notes outside of the venue. What did they say about why? They wanted to hear Louis C. K.. And how would you describe the demographic mix of the people who were attending attending his show. I guess about seventy thirty male to female I ran into this guy and he. He was in the beginning of my story who had flown down from New York and he had bought two tickets and he couldn't find anyone to go see the show with him and he went to hotel across the street that had a bar and he was trying to sell the ticket or finally somebody to go with him he had told me that he had approached a woman that he knew longtime friend in Ayrshire over lunch. You want to go see Louis C. K.. With me and he said that that almost ended the friendship just him asking her that. So it's he's very much still still a sensitive subject Glenn. Whip is the entertainment columnist at the L. A. Times Glen. Thanks so much for coming on the show. Thank you John. After a short break in Hollywood Elizabeth Banks is an actor director writer and producer. At home. She has a different job. I have two young sons and I am in charge of what they watch. Because I'm their mom right. I make them watch frozen and I make them watch movies and television shows starring women and girls. That's next on the frame weekend. Stay with US you can kill. I'm John Horn. And this is the frame weekend this this Charlie's angels remix from black. Caviar is the theme to the newest installment and the female crime-fighting franchise it all began back in the nineteen seventies with the I comic. TV show that starred fair Faucet. Kate Jackson and Jacqueline Smith among the fans back then was a young Elizabeth Banks. I understand John Wayne. A woman especially takes on action that that is going to cause a stir and it's partly by wanted for sure banks wrote directed produced and and co-stars in the new film. She plays the Bosley character and after it had a disappointing opening weekend of the box office. She tweeted this. Well if if you're GONNA have a flop make sure your name is on it at least four times. I'm proud of Charlie's angels and happy in the world. Elizabeth Banks has known big success as a director. She made the Twenty fifteen film pitch perfect two. It took in nearly three hundred million dollars worldwide. Both that movie. And Charlie's angels involves stories of sisterhood. But with Charlie's angels. There was something more most importantly for me as a young woman whose mom had a job and who knew she was going to grow up and and have a job was I was watching. Professional Women on TV looking fabulous in a really cool exciting job didn't go to a desk every day. You know we had a lot of SITCOM DOT COM Mary Tyler Moore but this was like fabulous but kicking women working together and I and I just knew I was is watching something that felt very revolutionary to me it also felt like in the original series as in your movie. These women are underestimated. Not only because they're women but also because they're beautiful. Yeah and I address that in the opening period of Charlie's angels that exact idea. I got to play with a lot of expectations Asians in the opening scene of the movie. One of which is the audience's expectation for what Kristen Stewart can do in a movie like this and she presents as a sort of Barbie doll in pink. Thank and long blonde hair. And she's in sort of what we come to figure out as a honey trap. Which is a nice trope of these kinds of movies that I wanted to like us and throw out immediately And she's talking about how if women are beautiful. That's all that's really expected of them. And if they're not there essentially ed rendered invisible and invisibility and low expectations are superpowers. When it comes to being female spies? So she's basically acknowledging exactly why honey traps still work and there's a line of dialogue that her character has and I don't know if it's seven seconds but men and don't recognize a threat seven seconds later when it's coming from a woman then it's coming from a guy is based on research. They did have a guy if they sat a man and a chair. You're in the middle of a room and that a man walk in with a gun and immediately that man was like Whoa. Okay then a woman walks in with a gun same scenario and the guy goes What do you do with that a gun? What's going on at that point you're shot? It was incredible that we're just not considered threatening and what a great advantage inch that we have I'M GONNA ask if a small scene and it's a glimpse and if you don't pay attention you might miss it in Charlie's angels. There's a scene where one of your characters is meeting eating was somebody who is running some sort of NGO in Turkey. And there's a truck of supplies and if you look really closely. The supplies are Feminine Hygiene Products Are Act Act again. I wanted to play with tropes of spy movies so the whole information exchange is usually a bag of money or a cache of weapons and in this case I was reading reading about the female. Interpreters help our military in War Torn areas around the world. And how we sort of pay for those women or or help those women and they I was reading about the fact that they say. If you give us money the men in our lives can just take it from us and what we would spend that money money on is our families and ourselves and our health and so. Can you just give me tampons. Like I. Just love the idea that in the world of Charlie's angels that we would pay for information tampons and birth control. Because that's what women actually need and it was about again expanding this sense of sorority around the world which is that women have to stick together because otherwise they take it from us. We're talking with Elizabeth Banks about her new movie. V Charlie's angels. Did you have an idea of the audience that you are making this film for while you're making it. Yeah of course how you know. Oh but is it. Male and female is younger. Maybe clear I have two young sons and I am in charge of what they watch. Because I'm their mom right. Which means I get to let them watch frozen and I make them watch? Movies and television shows starring women and Girls Dora. The explorer comes to mind. These are things that I think are really important to create more empathy in male movie goers. Because as I I was growing up I was given Harrison Ford in twelve. Different franchises. An idea up wanting to be Harrison Ford because the women in Harrison Ford movies. Don't really do all that much. And I thought I would like to do the things a Harrison Ford is doing and so now I'm trying to I'm I'm just trying to understand this systemic issues that are affecting why men don't go watch women do do things. That lemon can absolutely do movies. Yeah if they don't watch that then they don't believe it because those kinds of influences are incredibly important in terms of how how you start to see the world. That's exactly right. There's another thing that happens. And that is that at a certain age and it seems to get younger and younger. Every year that a female email actor is not considered certain parts where the guy can play. You know he can play. Twenty can play fifty that there's a switch that's flipped really early on on and again it's back to the same conversation about not imagining somebody at a certain age doing anything other than what it's been prescribed by history absolutely. I mean the thing that I see happening is that when women turned forty we essentially stopped working with our peers. Are Male peers. Start Start Working with twenty five year olds which is great for this twenty five year old woman. I'm glad to be starting there. They're all starting their careers. But what happens to us. is we work alongside alongside our peers for fifteen twenty years of our careers and then bego thanks see you later and they go work with younger women and this is it. Means that for us when you're when you talk about how this user developing tons of movies for men. They're not doing for women okay. So now they've developed a moves for men and they've also said when we put that movie together. You're not going to be in it because your too old now. Essentially these men WANNA seem Vir island sexy they want to work with young female actresses. So suddenly as Reese Witherspoon said she's looking around going there's roles but they're not at that interesting and they're more importantly they're not with our peers and that that's what bugs me the most is that my male peers that I've grown up with in this business have basically forsaken in working with me. That's devastating devastating because you're their age correct. That's really bad. I don't know if anyone's ever pointed this out to you seem a little shocked. It is certainly been pointed out that people that you have worked worked with in so many words would say it's not happening anymore. This is the thing they're not saying it. It's just happening. So that's that's the thing it's like pointed out because Because I feel like after pointed out no I. It's not news to me. It's what is amazing is that it's just so intentional. It is okay. I WanNa ask you about who ha- because it seems to be something that is very important to you. We we add. Who are teaming up with Youtube for the women in comedy and asphalt like the funniest up and coming women around the world who ha ha is a community entity more than anything of content creators? Who are all women who are mostly funny and it was sort of came out of this advance fair article that I read many years ago in which it was posited that women it was impossible for women to be as funny as men which I think is silly because you know Lucille ball existed Tina fey exists. So it's it can be proven false on its face nearly early immediately but these are the narratives that get written When the people in charge let men write the articles Elizabeth Banks? Thanks thanks so much for coming in. Thanks for having me. Oh Elizabeth banks if the writer director and producer of Charlie's angels she. We also plays Bosley in. The movie is in theaters now. this is the frame weekend. I'm John Horn. If you watch the NETFLIX series Mr Iglesias with Comedian Gabriel Iglesias. You may not know that there are some true life going on in their. He plays a high school teacher who fights for students who are struggling so many people have turned their backs on these kids. And I don't want to be one of those people. We're not turning our backs on them. It's turning turning our faces to the good students look Hernandez may think that these kids are invisible. But I see them all of them. The show is set at Wilson high in Long Long Beach which happens to be where glaciers attended school in the nineteen nineties. He dedicated the first episode of Mr Lacey as to his real life high school speech teacher feature June Garner writing. Thank you for believing in me when I didn't believe in myself. As part of our ongoing series that reunites nights creative types with teachers who changed their lives. KPCC Arts Education reporter Carla Heavier Tag along with Gabriel Iglesias. When he recently met up with June Gardner I John they want me to walk? Gain all surprised. Okay so you can evaluate my acting. They began with how a glacier has I ended up in June Garner's speech class. I got kicked off the football team for For Vocal I was out and then next thing. I know I'm looking looking ceiling. Well what can I get into speech. I got kicked off. We're talking too much. Maybe maybe maybe it'll be celebrated in this in this area and you were is when you first started doing class. You spoke like a rocket you you do it all really fast and we had to work on you slowing and yeah slow down. But I'll tell you you're the most successful person I can think of. That ever came out of the counselor in High School Speech Association. And you were cutting edge because you were one of the very first people to incorporate Spanish and English and I was so proud of you for that. You know because that that wasn't done I mean and you really started the trend of doing total humor. In that event it was a routine a bunch of characters and thrown into a blender. A lot of the characters and stuff is is what I used the very first time I went onstage and called myself a comic figure from the time that I finished high school ninety. Four I went up on stage April tenth of ninety seven. My Act was my speech from high school and I would only go for like five minutes five minutes at a time and build it up. Build it up build it up build it up and I was fast into people awesome. Dude you slow down. It was all nervous energy. Remember when I I used to always say about nervousness nervousness as just excitement misunderstood. You know people always ask you know. So what is it that you learn. What what did I learn? You've probably the only class that I really focused paid attention. And just because and not that I was a difficult student about. I was easily Distracted or annoyed by most teachers. You're fearless as far as just people walking in you had no problem calling like you saw it. And he's saying hey this is. This is what we're GONNA do and if you're into it you're into it. Wouldn't take them and then this netflix thing. They've only watched your first season probably about twelve times. I needed something to give me joy in my life at this point. Have Not GonNa cry but you know it's just so proud of you gave we are public. School are funding depends on meeting certain standards grades discipline attendance levels and the easiest way to improve. Those averages is the council at the kids who are hurting numbers. What do you call this program? Some children left behind. I don't hate it. This program could make our school the Educational Pearl of the district. Swipe left on a bunch of kids. I thought well this is really good. Believe it or not this is not the first time I dedicate something to you. My first comedy central half hour special show that I did in New York and written dedication to you on it. I know it's there and if you pause it you can catch it. We lost touch and you know it was the least I could do was at least acknowledged the fact that the you you were that influential at your premier. This one man came up to me and he said I just want to thank you for giving Gabriel to the world and said I didn't get Gabriel to the world. He he gave himself to the world. And isn't it great. You know and he said no but I saw the dedication and I said he would have done it anyway. Whether I was there or someone else was lucky enough to walk into the classroom. You know I just always felt so lucky to work with you and I. I feel that way about a lot of people but it's just so extraordinary ordinary known around the whole world scary. You know to get over there to the studio on your names on everything. Parking spot isn't as you pull has got my name on. Its all cool clues a security officer there to toe someone if somebody yeah You're GONNA have services. You're name's all over everything. What do you want whatever you need? We'll get it fun to hear about all this because I you know I'm just just your regular run of the mill retired teacher and but to see him to come to the tapings right. I would love La. I would kill to do that. You don't have to kill us you don't have to now. I know a guy okay up next on the frame weekend. They're funny but they're not famous and they do stand up in front of a live audience. Every day warming up a crowd. That's next on the frame weekend. Hey everybody thanks for joining me on the frame weekend. I'm John Horn. Learn when you watch a sitcom or a talk show or anything with a live studio audience really if the audience is laughing even in over a lame joke. That's known as a warm crowd and that's because somebody warmed them up the frame contributor. Tim Grieving wanted to find out. Just who are those people who pup the crowd a few months ago. I got free tickets to a taping of a Sitcom pilot starring Hamilton alumnus. Leslie Odom Junior we had to arrive live at CBS Studio Center several hours early. Go through security. Wait and wait and wait. We finally get into the studio. Sit Down and then this is presumably twenty three minutes Sitcom episode took more than four hours to tape. The only reason the audience kept laughing. Take after take was this guy. Let's all well. Let's see if I can get you guys spoke. Let's all try one clap as a group on account of three ready one. What the hack great energy? She's ended up there like Ron Pearson has been a warm up comic for thirty one years an unseen but invaluable presence at thousands of hours of American television. This was a recent taping for the a Netflix. Show Fuller House on the Warner Brothers. Lot Listen listen. This is called a Sitcom at short for situation comedy. This is different from every other form of television. And listen in that in a Sitcom you guys are the most important people here say Pearson started out as a champion Juggler and worked as a street street performer. In France when he was young if you took Cirque du Soleil and stripped it down to maybe seven or eight performers and had a storyline and developed clown characters for each the person. That's what we were doing and I didn't speak French but I learned a whole show French Koska tooth Gaza. His job as a warm-up is to get the audience in a good mood and laughing. But this isn't a standup comedy Gig. He's there to establish the rules and keep everyone in line. Rule number one is. If something's funny what do you do laugh half right. You're here to laugh because we're filming in front of a live studio audience and literally your laughter will be heard around the world pretty cool Rule number two. Who is just as easy if you're not sure if it's funny what do you do right live anyway? He's there basically cheerfully guide a bunch of hungry tired strangers. Sometimes huge fans of the show sometimes a busload from a Rehab House through what can ironically be a tedious soul crushing slog. Sometimes a show has so much energy and so much popularity and so many good stars that I just pushed the snowball at the top of the hill and the snowball goes and it's builds and builds through the night because the show has so much going on and then some shows. I'm pushing a boulder under up a hill as the hours drag on Pearson breaks out the big guns juggling perching precariously on the railing and balancing a full size ladder on his chin. You're the court gesture. It's your job to keep the energy in the mood light. If feels like a hostage situation by our four. You're murder people. Jimmy Pardo is a stand up comedian and longtime podcast host for six years. Pardo was Conan O'Brien's warm-up guy work that's pretty different from warming up a SITCOM DOT COM audience and they're still getting up and going. Who's got a joke you know? Come on who wants to go. We had a dance contest going and they're doing anything they can keep that energy up and I I admire that because again I oh I think I would just walk down if I was on the set of friends told Matthew Perria. Go F- This I'm done. He says warm-up comics are critical to the machinery of these shows working. But there's historically been a stigma about the work. I think has made a turn not unlike cruise ships. You know when you when your career is over you went and worked on the cruise ships for old people and so on and so forth but the cruise ships have taken a turn and they're now now hiring hip relevant Comedians I think the same thing is kind of happened with warm up. I think it went from guys that you'd go. That guy can't work the clubs so he does warm up. I think that that's it's also taking a chart is now just frowned. Upon as it was ten years ago even Pardo is very funny. He's also very good at playing second or even third fiddle doing warm up in the settings I did which were talk. Shows that heavy human beings named the title and their stars My job is set the table for them and not make it about me. Your with your job is to be funnier than handing over the baton to the star and let them run with it. Occasionally Conan called Pardo over to the couch. You left my show your in my employees it. You're supposed to stick around for a always do sir. Yes but you left last night and I'm worried about James. A medical emergency Gladys Kravitz. Who cares what happened to me? For warm-up comics a mix like Ron Pearson. They may not be in the spotlight of your favorite show. But you notice if you wasn't around a Lotta People say oh all. The sitcoms are canned laughter while they're not naught who knew indigestion could feel just like childbirth and it ain't easy. I come home. Tom Often with splitting headaches. Up The back of my head very tired and by the way I'm deaf in one ear and thirty percent deaf in the other so my talk really loud generally so I push my voice way too much. I actually text my wife before every show and I say starting the battle and all for the sake of laughter for the frame. I'm Tim Grieving. In Philip. Humans is only nineteen but he is already written and directed his first feature and it won a top prize at the Tribeca Film Festival landed him a do with Eva Devan as distribution company. And now. Now it's on net flicks. The film is called Burning Kane and it set in Louisiana not far from where humans grew up in New Orleans and a lot of ways. It's a personal all story for the filmmaker. Burning Kane is largely focused on the influence of the Southern Baptist Church and a particular pastor on a family and community the fact that it's set in Louisiana. I think there's a lot of congruency is in the sort of southern baptist. Eat those that my mom told me about in her life growing up in low country South Carolina. I think the the place and even the environment of shooting also helped craft an interesting place for my actors because we weren't close to New Orleans at least not you couldn't just go immediately. Bop Bop So we were out there in R- Louisiana and they really had to sort of breathe in the air of what it meant to really be in Loyal Valley Data Day churches. Another big factor actor in this story. And there's a couple different perspectives on religion their scripture. There's what Malcolm Forbes has to say which becomes part of a sermon. He he who dies with the most toys wins. And then there's this idea about the devil that there is this agency beyond our control that is gonNa make us do bad things without our assuming responsibility for the actions that we ourselves are doing. Yes that's the whole thing man. I feel like oftentimes We'll blame something on some sort of outside force when we're not really reckoning with the evil that may be within us and that's what I wanted to do especially with the way. The sermons are sort of outlined in the film Wendell sort of dances around. You know that scapegoat within those first two sermons instill ultimately. This is Wendell. Peer Lead Act. Yes I lied for For Reverend Tillman home and tillman sort of dances around. You know the evil within US talking about us in sort of like hinting towards that final sermon where he finally names the devil As scapegoat scapegoat as this emotional scapegoat that he then blames all of our evil doings in repeat breath will not be will not. I will not lie to me. I've always felt like the devil was a sort of emotional escape. Doh and someone where we weren't really reckoning with. We were really doing to ourselves decisions that we were making on our own accords. You know and so I definitely wanted to talk about that with burning. CAIN indefinitely wanted to sort of outlined. That within those sermons sermons so that by the end of it you can see where all of the blame gets gets sort of left to and the problem with growing up in the church or any church and having issues with the theology is that it's impossible for most religions to not look at that person as some sort of apostate that you can't challenge Allen's the beliefs without challenging the underlying doctrine. Exactly but I feel like that's that's why I I try to make sure that I make it known that my intention with the piece was not to create a judgmental view of it was about humanizing them in creating a sort of objective discussion. I did want it to spur on the conversation of looking at it within our community within culture in general but also within the black community sort of really really dissecting religion and its place in our community than sort of juxtaposing role that I feel like it. Has You know but it's so oh interesting you know. You can talk to especially people who've been following Christianity their entire lives and especially with people within my family where I would have disagreements or arguments and questions that would always get answers but I understand that it's difficult to reckon with something that you've been following your whole life you know in that understanding was something that I also think got sort of developed in time one. That's making the movie but also having conversations with my family and recognize that I think younger members of my family were more open to having the debate and older older members numbers. Were just shutting it down on at the start. We're talking with Philip. Humans about his film burning cane. So you're drawing on family and friends because of the world in which the the story and depending on your point of view it may not be a flattering depiction of religion and the characters relationship to faith. So when you take it back to the people who helped make it and you're showing them a story of your view of the Church that is meaningful to them. Is that awkward word. What kind of conversations happen after they? I was definitely afraid for my family. I see the film at Tribeca. I don't know if I say afraid but just nervous because I knew do that. And they're all very religious. A lot of them came from South Carolina to see it in New York and film showcases religious figures in a distinctly fallible light. The conversations aren't black. Kim White I think it is a little bit easier for some of my family to SORTA stomach my differences given you know the some of the positive attention. That's come around the film and and in my voice you know but that it really doesn't end you know that's I think I think they recognize the my intention was to humanize in that. I did not want to approach it from a judgmental way but I also can't lie like I have to live my truth and be honest and say like this is not what I believe anymore and I'm just not going to live in fear on that I wanna ask about music because because there is a lot of music and there's some church music in here that you incorporate into the story. At what point are you starting to hear songs. At what point do they influence the way that you're writing reading your screenplay so that was really early early on so I was listening to so much. Blues Music Man you know Rob. Johnson was probably the biggest artists. I was listening to recordings with on repeat throughout pretty much most the writing process on and then when I started getting into more deeper into Gaza music before nineteen seventy. You know looking at a lot of early sort of Negro spirituals that recorded found the Mississippi Blue Spring Baptist delegation. I wanted to actually use one of their songs in the film. But then I discovered Mary Lou Williams and the place that I was gonNA use that Mississippi Blue Spring Song Mary Lou Williams Williams and her album black Christ of the Andes from nineteen sixty four totally switched up my whole thinking. Aw is a song in the film called Saint Martin Poor as that I think is one one of the most haunting quasi medieval in a way. Cool records Off But the music that I was listening to definitely crafted helped craft the narrative and craft sort of grit that comes with rule Louisiana especially with Robert. Johnson you're thinking about the rural south. It feels sort of just like perfectly congruent congruent. Humans wrote and directed Burning Kane Phillips. Thanks much for coming in thank you. You're burning cane is available on Netflix. Now how and that's our show for today. The frame weekend is edited by Darby Moloney produced by her Monica Bushman. Jonathan Shift Flett Julia. Paskhin and Emily Henderson Anderson. Eduardo Perez Engineer Andrea Gutierrez. Is Our news clerk. Our intern is Paul ratliff. The frames opening theme. Music is by Taylor. mcferrin Erin and the show's senior. Producer is Oscar Garza. I'm John Horn from the MON broadcast center at KPCC. We'll be back here on Monday for the daily version of the frame see that.

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"It's monday the tenth of may twenty twenty one. I'm daniel franklin the columnists executive and diplomatic editor. Welcome to editor's picks. Will you can have high lights from the paper this week. Read aloud cover story looks as a technological shift that promises to upend finance government digital currencies all gulf coins. Or a new incarnation of money. They promised to make finance web better but also to shift power from individuals to the state altered politics and change how capital is allocated governments and financial firms. Need to prepare for a shift in how money works a shift that promises vast spectrum of opportunities but also real dangers next a decade off to the india does spain still searching for new politics and finally a masterful director brings dostoevsky's characters to life. The stories you're about to hear just a sample of what's on off in the paper with a subscription you can read or listen to audubon journalism for your best introductory offer go to economists dot com slash podcast author. The link is in the show notes. Stop the digital currencies that matter technological change is upending finance. Bitcoin has gone from being an obsession of anarchists to a one trillion dollar asset class that many fund managers insist belongs in any balanced portfolio swarms of digital day traders have become a force on wall street journal. Has three hundred ninety. Two million uses assigned. America is catching up with china's digital payments giants. Yet is our special report explains the least noticed disruption on the frontier between technology and finance manned up as the most revolutionary the creation of government digital currencies which typically aim to let people deposit funds directly with the central bank. Bypassing conventional lenders. These gove coins or a new incarnation of money. They promised to make finance work better but also to shift power from individuals to the state alter geopolitics and change. How capital is allocated. They ought to be treated with optimism and humility a decade or so ago amid the wreckage of lehman brothers. Paul volcker a former ahead of the federal reserve grumbled that banking's last useful innovation was the atm. Since the crisis the industry has raised its game banks of modernized their creaking. It systems entrepreneurs have built an experimental weld of decentralized finance of which bitcoin is the most famous part and which contains a riot of tokens databases and conduits that interact to varying degrees with traditional finance. Meanwhile financial platform firms now have a three billion customers who use e wallets and payments apps alongside pay pal a other specialists such as and group grab and mcadoo pago established firms such as visa and silicon valley wannabes such as facebook government central bank digital currencies other next step but they come with a twist because they would centralize pa in the state rather than spread it networks or give it to private monopolies the idea behind the ms simple instead of holding an account with a retail bank. You would do so direct with a central bank through an interface resembling apps such as alipay woven mo- rather than writing checks or paying online with cod. You could use the central banks cheap plumbing and your money would be guaranteed by the full faith of the stage. Not a fallible bank. Wants to buy pizza or help a break sibling. No need to deal with city groups. Call center to pay mastercards fees the bank of england and the fed at your service. This metamorphosis of central banks from the aristocrats of finance to its laborers sounds far fetched but it is underway over fifty monetary authorities representing the bulk of global. Gdp are exploring digital currencies. The bahamas has issued digital money. china has ruled out. It's you and pilot to over five hundred thousand people. The eu wants a virtual euro by twenty. Twenty-five britain has launched task force and america. the world's financial hagan is building a hypothetical dollar one motivation for governments and central banks is a fear of losing control today. Central banks harnessed the banking system to amplify monetary policy if payments deposits and loans migrate from banks into privately. Run digital realms. Central banks will struggle to manage the economic cycle and inject funds into the system. During a crisis unsupervised private networks could become a wild west of fraud and privacy abuses. The other motivation is the promise of a better financial system. Ideally money provides a reliable store of value a stable unit of account and inefficient means of payment. Today's money gets mixed marks. Uninsured depositors can suffer if banks fail. Bitcoin is not widely accepted and credit. Cards are expensive government. E says would score highly since they are state guaranteed and use a cheap central payments hub as a result gove coins could catch the operating expenses of the global financial industry which amounts to over three hundred fifty dollars a year for every person on earth that could make finance accessible for the one point. Seven billion people who lack bank accounts government digital currencies could also expand government's toolkits by letting them make instant payments to citizens and cut interest rates below zero for ordinary uses. The appeal of a free safe instant. Universal means of payment is obvious it. Is this appeal. Though that creates dangers unconstrained gove coins could fast become a dominant force in finance particularly if network effects made it hard for people to opt out. They could destabilise banks because if most people and firms stash their cash at the central banks lenders would have to find other sources of funding with which to back their loans. If retail banks with sucked dry of funding. Someone else would have to do the lending that fuels business creation. This raises the queasy. Prospect of bureaucrats influencing credit allocation in a crisis a digital stampede of savers to the central bank could cause bank runs once ascendant. Gove coins could become panopticon for the state to control citizens think of instant e fines for bad behavior. They could alter geopolitics to by providing a conduit for cross border payments and alternatives to the dolla. The world's reserve currency and lynch pin of american influence. The greenback's rain is based partly on america's open capital markets and property rights which china cannot rival but it also relies on old payment systems invoicing conventions and natia making it ripe for disruption small countries. Fear that instead of using local money people might switch to foreign e currencies causing chaos at home. Such vast spectrum of opportunities and danger is is daunting it is revealing that china's autocrats who value control above all else a- limiting the size of the un and clamping down on private platforms sanchez. Zandt open. societies should also proceed cautiously by say capping digital currency accounts governments and financial firms. Need to prepare for a long term shift in how money works as momentous as the leap to metallic coins or payment cards. That means beefing up. Privacy laws reforming how central banks ron and preparing retail banks from more peripheral role state digital currencies other next great experiment in finance and they promised to be a lot more consequential than the humble. Atm listen to money. Talks our weekly podcast to keep up with the latest business and finance news search for money talks on your podcast app. Introducing pendulum glucose control a patented medical probiotic. That's revolutionizing the dietary management of type two diabetes and improving metabolic health pendulum glucose control has been clinically shown to help manage blood glucose and a one c levels by unlocking the power of your microbiome pendulums unique dna sequence strains can't be found in any other probiotic or supplement visit in life dot com product details and use code. Save twenty to save twenty dollars on your first order next. Spain from raged disillusion on may fifteenth twenty eleven twenty thousand mainly young middle-class spaniards. The puerta del sol in the heart of madrid angry at austerity and the sense of entitlement among politicians and bankers organized through social media and calling themselves. Las indignities the indignant ones. It was a new kind of protest movement. One that would be swiftly. Copied elsewhere notably by occupy wall street and occupy london later that year initially enjoying brewed public support the indicators shook spain to the core within three years they helped to spawn to new national political parties. Put demos on the left and sudha dana's on the center right in two thousand fifteen. These burnt is grabbed thirty. Four percent of the vote between them a stable political system long based on the socialists and the conservative people's party or p p fragmented. The result has been four general elections in the past six years none of which has produced a majority government. A decade on spain is in many ways a different country. The legacy of the indignation does is palpable. But far from straightforward may fifteenth was a great outburst of dismissal says caroliina cancer a sociologist who took part and was one of the founders of famous. The consensus was on what we didn't want. We didn't want more cuts. We didn't want corruption and we didn't want the way of doing politics behind the backs of citizens on the first two points. The movement achieved changes unlike the policy during the slump of two thousand eight to twenty twelve. Spain's government has spent heavily to protect household income during the pandemic partly thanks to more accommodating policies from the european central bank and the european commission corruption still exists. But there's no longer impunity says miss cancer. Dozens of politicians and bankers have been jailed. Over the past decade banks treat people with mortgages better the indicators also heralded a generational change as new political leaders rose through the introduction of party primaries at forty nine bedrooms sanchez. the socialist prime minister since two thousand eighteen is the oldest of the national party leaders but in other ways remaking spanish politics has proved elusive last year per damus entered government as the socialists. junior partner in spain's first coalition government since the nineteen thirties podemo itself. Has it began as a broad left populist outfit with some similarities to italy's five star movement in two thousand fifteen it's leader. Pablo iglesias hoped displace the socialists. Just as sarasota. Another insurgent party in greece but amos peaked in two thousand sixteen when it won twenty one percent of the vote it has declined ever since as mr iglesias ruthlessly sidelined his fellow leaders and mimics the communist party with which he allied. He stepped down as a deputy prime minister to run in madrid's regional election on may fourth but did poorly. He then announced his resignation from politics. The best chances of renewal we squandered in twenty sixteen the socialists and sudan with one hundred and thirty of three hundred fifty. Parliamentary seats between them agreed on a program of political and economic reforms. But with it when others refuse to let them govern an election in april two thousand nineteen gave the to a combined majority of one hundred and eighty seats but albert rivera sudan. Noses leader had steered his party to the right and was set on a bid to displace the pp. It failed to mr sanchez. Showed no interest in wooing him by then the to detested each other rights. Ramon gun phthalic faith in a book on. Why re-generation failed. The opportunity for reform is no longer on. The table says pablo simone of carlos the third university in madrid. Now there's a different logic of polarization. That dynamic was a direct when mr sanchez with the help of catalan and basque nationalists as well as demos toppled. Pp government with essential nation over corruption in two thousand eighteen. It was intensified by the rise of another new party. Vokes a hard right splinter from the p p initially in response to the threat of catalan separatism polarization reached a new low in a nasty campaign for the recent snap election on may fourth in madrid which saw death threats mailed with bullets against six politicians. Starting with mr iglesias is about diaw. Are you so the p p regional president campaigned against mr sanchez. Rather than her local rivals banner of freedom to keep taxes. Light and bauza apron. Despite the pandemic this message and has spontaneous mina resonated. Far more with madrilenos weary of lockdowns than mr iglesias's overheated claim to be fighting. Fascism miss diaz i use doubled the pp's vote and came close to an absolute majority of seats. The socialists suffered a heavy defeat and river taken by mass madrid. A regional party of dissidents from podemo driven out by mr iglesias vokes failed to gain much. Sue the dana's lost all its seats in the regional assembly. A failure that could prove terminal in some ways this result points to the resilience of the old two party system wounded. It remains itself as from two very disruptive parties at the extremes in. Vox and podesta's mr gonzales. Wounds mr iglesias's departure like roberto. Last year underlined their failure to forge a new politics. A decade on the politicians look just as disconnected from the voters but citizens rage has given way to disillusion aggravated by the pandemic's destruction of lives and livelihoods five years of vigorous economic growth from two thousand fourteen to twenty nine hundred nineteen failed to restore spaniards trust in their politicians and their institutions among the lowest of any country in the european union the indicators brute more than they managed to build and finally sins of the fathers a spotlight searches the dark stage of the molly drama theatre in saint petersburg it picks out a young man in amongst robe sitting on a chair as you'd case on his lap. He rises changes into secular clothes and steps towards a metal wool. The wool in turn moves towards the character. He passes through it as if being x rayed and into the world of fyodor dostoevsky's final novel. The brothers karamazov. The monk is a yorkshire youngest of the three legitimate sons of feel karamazov an avaricious buffoon who will lose in sin and is murdered by one or more aurora of offspring cut. A massive has a fourth illegitimate son smelled yakov an epileptic servant whose mother a homeless. It helped the story of patricide. Has the outline of a country house murder mystery but in what became one of the world's most influential novels dostoyevsky who was born two hundred years ago in eighteen twenty one weaves in profound themes of faith temptation and inherited guilt of the three brothers. Readers usually sympathize most with dmitri the impulsive passionate and archetypally russian eldest or even a cold rational westernized intellectual who repudiates god before gang. Insane and conversing with the devil lucia a blushing monk who shuttles between the brothers and their lovers carrying messages and receiving confessions. Can't seem to wholesome divi with his siblings for attention yet. In a short introduction it is a yoshida whom dostoevsky names as his main character lived. Odin one of europe's greatest theater directors agrees. The introduction has passed the most important part of the novel for me. He says mocking the author's bicentenary his production distills the one thousand page saga into a three hour spectacle sweeping audiences from breathless passion. To the darkest recesses of the human condition a gripping reimagining of an elemental tale it evokes traumas fictional and real industry of his era. And today's and here switch devout. Alyosha is the greatest sinner of all set in the mid nineteenth century. The brothers karamazov reached australia. Escape was only the first part of a life chronicle of alicia. The principal novel is the second an account of my heroes doings in our own times that is to say at our present day current moment the book was published in eighteen. Eighty dostoevsky died that winter and never revealed what happens to alyosha in the present day. According to some accounts the character was to become a revolutionary. And help kill the saw before being executed himself. Neither did dostoyevsky lived to see the real life. Assassination of czar later in eighteen eighty one or the murder of another during the russian revolution but his anguished writing is widely thought to have anticipated the horrors of the twentieth century. Mr jordan who was born in nineteen forty four into a jewish family that had fled the siege of leningrad has lived and worked in their shadows for he is in the making his version of the brothers. Karamazov is less than adaptation than using conversation with an author who has preoccupied him all his life. Almost all the words come from dostoyevsky. Went is mr dobbins in that opening sequence. He places alyosha in the current moment then sends him back into the world of the novel. Alyosha father and brothers emerged from beneath the stage as they brought back from the dead a timeless heap of chairs in the corner of the principal. Props mr dean dispenses. With many of the books characters retaining only the men of the karamazov household and two women who were the source and subject of love luxury and hatred stripped down to its essence. This is strictly a family affair. The looming sense of an ancestral curse recalling greek tragedy. There is no small talk. Played by the virtuoso. Actors of mr darden's regular ensemble the characters get straight down to business. Have you come to save the world. I don't think that is possible. Event tells your show not only will alyosha failed to save the world in the play. At least he discovers that it is not worth saving. He learns that all these people who professed to live die and kill for love in fact love audie as himself. The more i love humanity in general the less i love man in particular. He is the ultimate karamazov brother he realizes the embodiment of all in one. It is not that. I rebel against my god. He says echoing events views. But i don't accept and can't accept the world he has created your gives into temptation convulsing in shame and ecstasy. When gra schenker his brother it's mistress and the object of his father's lust seduces him. I'm the same as you. in kind. he tells demetri who observes this scene the ladders the same. I'm at the bottom step and you're above anyone. On the bottom step is bound to go up. To the top one virtue is merely a mirage and unbridled. Human nature can divert even the best intentions afterwards alyosha sits between gra shankar's spread legs. The tableau suggesting a sexual clinch. But at the same time shockingly resembling an icon of the madonna as mr dean summarizes in this story people. Don't just talk about hell. They're living in it just in period costumes. Mr dobbins characters make no explicit comment on contemporary russian politics but as with all great art the production is a cardio gram of its time registering modern russia's rhythms and defects dostoevsky says. Mr dowden is always an inescapable presence. But today he is screaming amid the crushing of humanism. The cliff edge of despair the life unfolding onstage pulsating with energy equally. The world of the play is devoid of kindness or mercy. The contrast with another celebrated production is telling in one thousand nine hundred n the moscow art theatre under the brilliant leadership of constantin stanislavsky and vladimir the richton janko put on a version of the brothers karamazov that spread over two evenings hailed as a milestone in russian cultural life. It captured a widespread premonition of cataclysm. It was filled with compassion. Critics likened it to an epic mystery. Play the spirit of god is in the air. Thud alexander bandwidth for a writer and artist. Who was reminded of ecclesiastical light and easter bells for stanislavsky and numero vich danko. The story opened the door. Not so much to greek tragedy but to the bible mr odin reveres their theater and shares that same of excavating the truth but he does not open any biblical does. There are no easter bells. There is no god and no devil here. Only destiny as smeared yakov says when confessing to finishing off old karamazov doubling as a suicide note. His speech is addressed as much to the audience as to his brothers. You are very clever. You have fond of money. You're far too fond of female. Charms and you mind most of all about living undisturbed comfort. His eyes glistening aliocha gets the last everyone is guilty. He proclaims interpretation by mr darden. I am more guilty than all. I want to burn the city. I will set it ablaze and watch no. I will set it ablaze. And burn with it. Because i am this city. Through the alchemy of mr darden's craft. The bleakness is offset by the vitality of the performance which culminates in a dance that sweeps up the other characters and carries them off. Stage left alone. Alyosha passes back through the wool. The spotlight is turned off. Thank you for listening to editor's picks. The access to all of our journalism subscribe at economist dot com slash podcast offer. I'm daniel franklin and in london. this is the economist. how can companies accelerate it transformation. It begins with what can be accomplished today to ensure the next move is the right one. That's why companies call naveh site to embrace. It change lower costs and me new demands at any point in the journey with an approach that can be adjusted scaled to fit any situation so bring in our modern it services for modern it needs visit aside dot com slash go.

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Everybodys Going to Substack. Plus, Journalist Reeves Wiedeman on WeWork.

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Everybodys Going to Substack. Plus, Journalist Reeves Wiedeman on WeWork.

"David we're going to talk about how journalists are leaving their jobs for sub stack. What i want to know is if you were to do such a thing. What would you name your subject. I think we ask is like what wide wrestling term would i. Would i employ to try to sound like it was a bigger. The subject was bigger than pro wrestling. None the i dunno. I don't know maybe maybe. The bunk house brawl. Yeah i was kind of thinking of the masked mag mags good. I like that and we could always go with shoemakers mark which i think have suggested on this show before if the shoemaker fits. I'm not going to do a bad name pun. I just. I just can't do it after all the bat after all the bad name buns we've talked about on this show and mike case life of brian is completely overworked at this point. But maybe maybe there's a niche for kurdistan still could be out there so we go with that. Yeah let's do it. That sounds fantastic. Coming up on. Today's show look mom going to sub stack. David and i pre- right. The twenty twenty presidential campaign books plus a reeves wiedeman talks about billion dollar loser. All that more on the press box a part of the wringer podcast network l. o. Media consumers bryan curtis and schumer. Here david let's begin with a little tempest last week. In journalism bill matt iglesias politics writer and co founder of vox announced that he would no longer be writing for. Vox dot com. No he didn't get poached by the new york times. That's every other politics writer. You know instead iglesias left. Vox because of what he called quote inherent tension between my status as a co founder of the site and my desire to be a fiercely independent and at times contentious voice so now his written work will be on sub stack. His newsletter is going to be called slow. Boring he tweeted. I'm looking forward to really telling everyone. What's on my mind to an even greater extent than i do now matt iglesias and everyone else is going to sub stack. Seems like a fun place to go. Oh do you have an announcement to wow. It's only i mean it's you know it's always the ones most expect i guess and i don't mean that as a necessarily like is an implicit insult. It is a very interesting way to go. Although i don't know what do you. What do you think about this. I don't even think i have. I have a lot of. I have a lot of conflicting thoughts about this movement. As i thought about this. I think there's three reasons people are doing this and often people are picking more than one of these things. There's the ideological stuff which will get into in a moment. there's the very basic journalism tenant of. I don't want to be told what to do anymore. And then there's the economy sucks. And i need a job and i don't wanna leave journalism so i'm gonna go to substitute and try to make my way for as long as i can. Iglesias is clearly number one number two on that list. Yeah yeah. I mean there are a lot of different reasons people do this and i don't think it's we can. I mean we're talking about it like people are committing some santer or committing his monastic life. Or something i mean. It really is just a different platform right. I mean one of the people on the list that that you is brought up a lot will discuss andrew sullivan right. Sure we were. we were. Chris made his age When andrew sullivan left his platform he originally the atlantic then went to the daily beast. And i believe at that point went solo and when he went solo it had a little bit of the ring. What people are doing now right. He was still publishing the same blog he was publishing before but was react but the reaction to his decision to basically own his own little plan his own flag and a little piece of dirt on the internet. And saying and saying like you know i can. I can make more money doing this myself. And figuring out a way to sell ads and figuring to monetize it and to pay paying small staff i mean it seemed revolutionary at the time right and now the idea that a voice that big could start a functional website. I mean we're employed by one right. I mean it's like the idea that you could go it alone about the backing of the new york times or i mean vox dot com was functionally. You know solely dish or a ringer for political news at when as your client. And they're in negotiate and everybody else decided to to to start it right. And i think that i mean there's a little bit of a conceptual tension between starting your own website and starting a newsletter. Right i mean. I think that i think the determine the newsletter terminology. I think sets a lot of people back but again a and it's not that much different than win to take another example when people started stopping writing and started podcasting right. I mean no. It's it's it's just a what's different about. Sub stack is that determine. -nology is sort of retro as opposed to futuristic right. Yeah just as a ps on the podcasting part iglesias is still going to be hosting. Boxes policy podcast. The weeds and i had a friend. Text me over the weekend to say writers. Now quit their print jobs but they never quit their podcasts Like john dickerson is at correspondent for sixty minutes. And he still doing a slate podcast. He's two jobs removed from sleep the german from slate. Yeah i mean it's but you never quit the podcast that that's funny and probably says something about the times we live in. Let's dive into matt's decision here for a second earlier this year. Iglesias signing notorious letter. About free speech in harper's emily van der vox tv critic wrote to. Vox editors that his signature made her feel less safe at fox because she is trans and the letter was signed by transphobic. Figures like rolling and contain quote dog whistles towards an toward anti trans positions and quote. She also posted her note to twitter when asked about that iglesias told the atlantic last week. Something we've seen in a lot of organizations is increasing sensitivity about language and what people say. It's a damaging trend in media in particular because it is an industry that's about ideas and if you treat disagreement as a source of harm or personal safety than it's very challenging to do good work so clearly part of his reason for leaving that right i don't i don't i want to be in an environment where that episode is not going to happen to me again at least from a co worker. I'm gonna go there. And i will be able to do what i want. And that's that. Yeah i mean iglesias is an incredibly smart writer and actually as an and does not does not right from. I mean talking in the weeds getting it in the terminology easier. I i right. I i read a lot of what he writes in and and You know appreciate this sort of intellectual rigor of most of it. He doesn't right from. I wouldn't say right from a position of privilege. But i think that the that the i don't know i feel like the the reaction that that reaction to the reaction from. Emily van banner was you. It's the sort of reaction that that you hear. A lot from. People who are in a position of british people The people that are that are in a position to to to be offended by the offense that their subordinates stake. I mean i. It's obviously not eight. Be mad. iglesias wasn't running media empire thirty years ago but it's the sort of thing year people who were hearing reactions of their employees for the first time right and i think that this is a case. Where obviously there's this was a. There's a lot packed into the specific instance. And it's not. I don't know if it's really worth our time breaking it down now. I don't know if we'd reach any like better in point in the one. You know the the point. Where already at. But i don't know if this is if this is all it took for someone to walk away from their job that's a little bit disheartening. But again if this is a situation where he felt that or was indeed pressured to do something that you know to pressure to walk away from his job. Then that's disheartening from the other side right. Well let's then consider reason number two forgoing subject which again this these do not have to be exclusive categories. Reason number two is. I'd rather just do what i wanna do. Not have an editor telling me not to do something Glenn greenwald to name a very prominent example left the intercept a publication. He founded in late october. He published this four thousand words subject. Post complaining that editors the intercepted attempted to censor a piece that contained inflammatory information about joe biden and then in response intercept editor. Betsy reed wrote. Glenn demands the absolute right to determine what he will publish. He believes that anyone who disagrees with him as corrupt and anyone who presumes to edit. His words is a sensor. she added this line. We have the greatest respect for the journalist. Glenn greenwald used to be. That was a big moment on twitter. I also you sent me this. This tweet from the nation's jeet here he tweeted this too. Big to edit is a real problem in literary world star writer. Start writing longer. More sprawling ill-conceived an undisciplined. Works stephen king james elroy. Jk rollings now. Also a problem in journalism. The word i would dispute there is now this we. We didn't invent too big to edit in the substitute here like you know we. We took the time machine back to the square office in the sixties. There's no way someone was telling. Norman mailer to cut several thousand words from his piece. Or saying. You know what you didn't really prove this we're a take it back into another draft. That was not happening. So i don't think that's really new and i think in the old days which you would probably do which is go up and say you know what i don't wanna deal with this anymore. I'm going to go write books. I'm going to write books. Someone to find publishers going to let me say what i want to say and i'm going to go do that and not mess with the rigors of daily journalism anymore now. It's a sub stack. I think there's a lot of truth to that. I mean i do. I mean you. And i used to joke about or you know a point of reference for a lot of things in this conversation. Was stephen king. Writing in the new yorker. Stephen king could write was it was a different writer when he would just do would shouts and murmurs staying for the new yorker. Whatever because he would presumably be heavily edited right. Maybe maybe he wasn't. Maybe that was stephen king writing to a different audience. But yeah i mean to big data is a real thing but you're right. It's always been a real thing. Now i don't know i mean magnates specifically said he doesn't have any unorthodox opinions about editors but aditorial process. And he's you know thank office editors on there. It's maybe not an. I mean it's not specifically i mean. This is such a varied situation but no one's making the case that it specifically greenwald situation of i'm turning and things that are getting rejected by substance. Right it's not necessarily being chopped. A number of people want to write words and words and words. I'm not sure what editor is really. I mean especially in an online format is really cutting a an established writer for word count right now regardless of whether or not but i mean. Maybe it's necessary but you know the more time you spend on a web page presumably the better you know. It's not like we're trying to get weren't we're trying to you. Know we only have x. number of columns in the magazine this month to fill but there is. There's also the issue of having deadlines you know. I mean we there's a subject comes up and it's like well a glacier or whoever is our guy that writes on that subject or personal rights in that subject so they you get called in the action. May you know maybe maybe this schedule you want anymore. But i mean there is a lot of. I don't it doesn't have to be one thing. I guess my point is to feel like there is sort of an like a sort of amorphous pressure that comes with the job that maybe you just want to not do anymore. And it is worth noting that we're talking about a glazing and greenwald. There's some other people who fit this on this list when you were when you were a founder of a successful or or a successful website or a site that has been purchased for a lot of money you might look at your checkbook at the end of every year and you say there's diminishing returns actually doing my job right like i've made my money off of this and i make in the end. The podcast is you know. I see the podcast checks coming in every week. But like here's my salary now. If i just stopped doing this and just found another way to get paid for doing this chunk. I mean maybe it's i mean maybe there's a financial incentive to it doesn't have to just be some political stance you know. Yeah and to your point about the gradations in editing There's is the one extreme example of anybody who dares at at me as a sensor an enemy of truth. There's another kind of. I got tired of it because i just want to wake up today and do whatever i wanna do I just want to be my own boss right. Can those could be within the same large category but can be completely different things and anybody who has the second what. I wouldn't blame it all. I should add here. That iglesias wrote a bunch of columns for me when i was at editor of the daily beast. He took as far as i can tell and i used to have the exact minute figure written down because he did this one time but it was. I want to say it was like less than thirty minutes to write a column. And i mean a full blown calm and maybe it was fifteen minutes. I don't wanna put a world record on but it was. It was unbelievable and it would come in i. Yeah it looks good. Go up on the website. So that's a guy that churns out words does incredibly fast. And i doubt you like you said it's a problem of all. I don't somebody's telling me what to do. Matt matson incredibly fast writer and there are some gradations us will add when we talk about the third category of going to sub stack. Here i find all of this a lot. Less interesting than people are going to substitute. Because they don't have a job. Yeah and they need to make ends meet and they don't want to leave journalism So they go there. Try to find a small number of people who will fund their journalism and sort of fun their existence so they are able to stay in the game. Yeah well this is actually the more interesting part of it right. I mean certainly the big names going there the headlines but people who are carving out little niches for themselves or who are forced into this sort of independent journalism by the you know incredible shrinking journalism industry. You know there's a lot of stories right and there's also a lot of ways in which this sort of i mean. This is sort of athletic. Promised us but in the but under the umbrella this gigantic corporation right. It's just this sort of a micro targeted writing. That's gonna find its audience but this is a this is a direct like consumer to creator relationship and yeah but this can also be weird. The athletic isn't weird. Subject you can follow your muse. Oh yeah you know. The athletic is yes. We're we are micro targeting people who are interested in like hockey prospects. But that's probably mostly most of the time going to be fairly conventional writing about niche topic I feel a lot of people in substance for like. Here's the piece. I really want right. Here's the way. I really want to try to write a weekly newsletter or column wherever you want whatever you wanna call it and i'm gonna find just enough people to pay for it that i can keep going and keep doing and hopefully the world gets better because we point a lot of the people. We talked about in this until the last couple. They're going to be fine. No they've got options and they'll be fine and if if it doesn't work with subject go do books so they'll go get another media gig or whatever because they've got an audience but it's people who are trying to build that career that are more interesting to me. Yeah for sure. I listened to the there's always going to be a sort of slow food sort of you know. Small version of of publishing. That's you know. And and the the the market will change. The format will change. You mentioned book writing earlier. I mean there's how many people have we known over the years that were writing books as a of sustenance but just sort of barely getting by writing. It's just it's it's not like every book contract is a million dollars. There's a there's many different versions just on sub stacking. I mean and and and i don't know. I think that it is as sort of salacious or man. That's not even the right word because it's also publishing. Centric is sort of interesting as some of the big names going there are. Yeah i it's it's it is a very interesting story it's a very it's an interesting world and in some ways it's a really attractive world right. I mean it's just sort of taking the emission andrew sullivan earlier years and years ago. I remember i learn a vacation to a beach. That did not have internet access to the house. Where you're staying didn't have internet access and this is. This was at a time where that was unusual but not unheard of. And i had to go every day to get my internet fix. I would go to the local coffee shop slash slash taxidermy shop slash flower shop. This was a thing because it was a relatively small town. Where were you a small town in south carolina. And and and i would pay. I would get like the free internet access. They had there would just open up like ten webpages and the daily dish was one of them. And just you would just open the page and then go home. And i would read the blogs at my leisure over the course of the day right. I didn't necessarily means bring the new thing. But i would just to scroll forever. And whatever version of the internet explorer. I didn't like force reload. So i would lose everything like i would be worried about happening now. But and that was you know that felt a little bit archaic time but there was a sort of sense that you could just sort of read. Twenty four hours worth of andrew sullivan content or whatever basketball blog i was on then content wrestling whatever and just sort of absorbed slowly throughout the course of the day Without the kind of tension of being on twitter whatever other social media and just like feeling like you're sprinting. The catch up with the conversation all day and there is a sort of think that to me. Probably a lot of people's the part of what's attractive about the the subject format right that it just seems a little bit more just a tiny bit even not a newsletter with a date on it. It's tiny bit more considered an a tiny bit more timeless right or on more from that second in time. Yup and and i think that's a signal beyond whatever. Politics are implicit and moving to this format are david. Let's do the overworked twitter joke of the week where we celebrate a gag. That was so obvious that all of media twitter made it. Ed exactly the same time. Send your nominees to at the press. Box pod where they're always gratefully received. Did you see the picture on twitter of a truck david that had wrecked on the highway. And there were books scattered all over the all over the media. And they're totally miss. This someone said and i emphasize said we can confirm this. But these were all copies of rhodesia's the sorace it is roge- as not roger rojas the sorace. It was an award. Twitter joe to write. Witnesses were stunned. Startled aghast taking a bag stupefied confused shocked rattle paralyzed days etc etc. Thanks to michael love. Bill will bisbee. Andy martino and james fraser. I want to i want to reemphasize is not actually the soruces but good job anyway. Couple of items david from donald trump's post-election slog the new york times maggie haberman reports quote trump has put rudy giuliani in charge of his campaign lawsuits related to the outcome of the election as well as all public communications related to them. It was an overworked twitter joke to right. Trump has conceded the election. Thanks to eric whitley. Did you love that twitter bit over the weekend. Where trump was just bellowing on and on and accidentally conceded is like the only reason biden one was. Oh whoops say that there were like three tweets afterward trying to clean it up. I mean biden one in the eyes of the corrupt media of course but actually win. Great back you could. He could clear all this up. Finally david item from a democratic election lawyer quote trump and his allies are now. Oh and ten in post-election court cases owen tannin post-election court cases. It was over twitter joke to right. The thing is with that record. Trump could still win the nfc east. I used to a whole bunch of people if you made us feel better about the dallas cowboys congrats. You made the over where twitter joke of the week. Are david time for the notebook dumb in the next few months. We're gonna get a number of books about the twenty twenty campaign. We know new york magazine's libyan national and politicos ryan. Liz have one coming out next. March alex burns and jonathan martin of the new york. Times have one slated for twenty twenty two. But you and. I didn't wanna wait. So we're going to attempt to pre right a twenty twenty campaign book now before we dive in. I wanna just want to say. I really enjoy the inside the campaign book way more than i enjoy the inside the season with a football team or baseball team book You told me you need to read this book about inside. The season with the kansas city chiefs. I'd be like do. I have to but just about any campaign book i will read and i don't know if the difference is that the stakes are obviously so much bigger with the campaign book or if it just delivers the goods more because there are so many consultants and other people involved in the writing of it. Do you have a theory for. Why one sound so much more enticing than the other. Well i mean. I don't know if this is the answer that you're looking for the inside. The season with team book is a little bit. I mean that that that that show is a little bit watered down right. it's not the same as it. Not every book. Is you know paper lion. And and you know it's it's it's a good pitch. Put it this way when you pick a book on being embedded with the team for a season anything's possible when it actually comes time to kinda crash the book out You might not have that. You might not have the goods. I think the presidential campaign. Well there's going to be goods right. I mean the goods are the the the the narrative is going to be there. you just have to do the reporting and And yeah. I mean by the time that we're i mean at this point this moment in time. Obviously that's an incredibly interesting thing. There's also the sense that like. There's so many people that you could talk to. I mean if you wrote if james harden got traded to to the brooklyn nets tomorrow and you had james harden on the record you had. You had all the people. You probably wouldn't get that much real good stuff. I mean. there's a good chance you wouldn't get that much real good stuff even if you had all the contacts because people keep to themselves and there's only a limited number of people that are gonna talk and it really affects people's continued employment but you have so many people who are connected to these campaigns with so many different axes to grind in so many different motive motives for future employment and whatever else that it. There's a potential not a potential. The ability to get good content is just so much greater. Absolutely absolutely i. I think we need for twenty twenty campaign. Book is a really good opening scene. So how about this august twenty. Seventeen joe biden is watching the neo. Nazis protests in charlottesville virginia. Who and he resolves right then that he is going to run for president maybe he turns to jill or maybe calls up a longtime adviser ted kaufman and says this isn't right about the soul of america. I gotta run. How about that for an opening saying that's great. I mean listen if if the book is if the over on there is about the triumph of joe biden. Then i think that's that's that's a great enough. The book's going to end with biden looking to the sky and starting his plans for the presidency. I think that's the right way to begin. I think that the the the other. Maybe maybe that's chapter one. But there's a brief preface a brief introduction that in like a towel size text which everyone knows that i actually hate. Have a brief. We flash back to trump's equipo like if there's just so little bit of the because let that sort of seed the narrative of how things were going well in a certain direction that biden thought. He had to get us back from see. I thought you were going to go for like three paragraphs in ital- of one of biden's conversations with bo- or the end where bo really dish to run for president because that's another place. This book could start by the win. We know you visited bows grave after after being declared the winner of the election. Right like there's an. There's a certain narrative symmetry there too. Yeah that could absolutely work. Yeah i think so too. And i think from a from a from a store the risk of getting to earn us about this from a storytelling perspective. The boast of is going to be significant without without having to force it. I don't think too much. So i don't think i would go there at the very beginning but that is but that is gonna that is gonna be right there going to be omnipresent are. There's a little bit of a narrative challenge in our twenty twenty campaign book. There was a lot of crazy news in this campaign. not least the deadly pandemic that descended on the world but biden never really trailed trump in the polls. I don't think he's trailed trump in reputable poulsen's twenty fifteen So there's not an obvious game change moment. So what do we do about that. How do we create tension here. It's a really interesting question. If it were if it were more specifically about the polls you might. I mean you could actually get into the weeds. I mean my head. Ventura head immediately goes to some sort of postmodern science fictional can see where you look at the fact that the polls were wrong at the end or look at how wrong they were and sort of work you know. You could almost like footnote every mention of the pollster throughout that. How about you know how often it ended up being. You know the knowledge that this is going to end up at a counting a matter of what fifty or sixty thousand votes in four states You know that that that was going to be the margin you can almost throw the polls out from the beginning right or at least always you get a frame them in that way. But you're right. I mean who was at the point out just last night. I mean if we had seen by not by seventy thousand votes in pennsylvania on election night we'd be in a much different place both psychologically and historically right now right so it's It's it's one of those things like bush versus gore. Were you look back and realize that the polls were you know the bulls were fine Or closer to find the nothing. A lot of people give him credit for the the way that history has evolved. Certainly you know shades are our view of that. But you're right. I mean biden was biden. Came out in the lead and ended up winning by. At least you know in the national vote about what he was projected to win by. Yeah even twenty twelve. Which was pretty much over in early summer. When obama made mitt romney the bane guy. Obama still blue that first debate in the polls moved after that and that that really in in in as a matter of fact in one of the game change books i remember that was the thing. Everybody obama freaked out. Obama world freaked out. And how could he just go in and mail in a debate performance and stuff like that. We don't have that here i do. Have david have a bunch of story. Beats i wanna throw by. Let's do it because i feel. These are all be scenes. Right very seaney. Chapters occur through the book. Yeah you gotta you gotta hang out. You got a hang. Every chapter. On a moment in time we think about biden versus trump. But don't sleep on the tension of the democratic primary. Oh of course not remember bernie sanders and elizabeth warren. Remember a lot more people than that. Those stages were just the fact that there were more people on those stages than than social distancing presently allow the early stage of those of those of that primary season. Yeah there there's an listen some of the most compelling people in the in this campaign book going to be the dropouts. The buddha judges the better works elizabeth. Warren i mean these are some of the most i mean. That's obviously setting aside bernie sanders because he's going to play a role in it. But yeah everyone. And castro had that moment where he seemed to be bringing up biden sort of advanced age in the debate Can you see a campaign book where you have that scene. And then you have one of biden's adviser standing off stage and secretly admitting that he was worried about the same thing. Oh yes right. When that happens that spoke to a lot of biden donors or something well is is is right as biden really ready to withstand the rigors of a campaign i could totally see that I think one of the currencies of these books is what the candidates really thought about each other. So what. Warren and bernie really thought about each other's fascinating. What bro yeah biden really thought about each other is really fascinating and then you know characters on down the line. Buddha judge right what what everyone thought of people to judge and the way he ran his primary campaign. That's that's gold. If you can get that. Yeah for sure i mean i think in some ways you can have to get. I mean you will get somebody saying something that will contribute to this. You know i mean that content will be there whether or not it's the be all end all sort of version of this or whether or not it's even true you you're going to get some you're going to get some opinions or some you know second degree opinions between the candidates and that brings me to another point. Which is these books are always told through. The eyes are almost always through the eyes of people that work on the campaigns rather cans themselves right they they are almost always the heroes of these books because are depending on them for information so also would it a candidate staff. Think about him or her. That's a fascinating quit. Their secret doubts. The trump one is going to be just an absolute bonanza since trump seemingly fired half. The people that be talking for this booker demoted them or something. When i think that's where that's where the the biden campaign staffs really gonna have to come in and really gonna be interesting because if he's revisit the conversation we've had on this podcast over the past year plus or whatever i mean so much of the democratic camp primary occurred in joe biden's shadow but but you know when his absence right i mean he was he spent the first he spent the real formative formative parts of the democratic primary weighing. Whether or not to get in you know. In retrospect you can see the sort of deliberation in it. I mean the deliberateness in it. But you know there were all those rumors about his decision making process before he got in and and the people close to him are the only ones that are going to really be able to say what's going on while all these other characters are filling. The stage couple of other story beats buddha. Judge wins the delegate count near the iowa caucuses but doesn't win because it takes several days to figure it out. Yeah and doesn't get the bump that's good. That's good copy. Jim clyburn the south carolina representative endorsing biden and saving his ass. Looked like he was just gonna get completely thumper scher credit primary. We now know that he did that. Actually months earlier but didn't announce it until this dramatic moment right before the primary Love to read about that. The trump corona virus briefings in the spring seemed like a natural topic. Well i think that you kind of go. I mean i think you can cover the primaries kind of through south carolina south carolina's its own chapter. Yes but i think right. I mean that was what february the last day of february right so that that was right at that point is when you pit it hard to cove it because trump what i addressed the nation on checks notes march eleven so like oh just a week and a half after the south carolina primary and at that point. It's sort of just. That's the that is the only narrative that really matters bernie. Sanders dropped out a month a month later because of corona virus. There's really nothing else. There is just not going to be another moment. That mattered in the campaign as much as what was happening in reality right trump's politics trump's you're right is press conferences everything else. I'm sure they'll be a little cuomo parallel even in the campaign book which will take you on a nice little sidebar nice tangent but but trump's but but i think part of what's interesting about this book in general would disinherit him in general. It's so real to me right now. Is that trump. Every every chapter trump is campaigning. Against somebody else right. I mean trump was campaigning against against people to judge in the primaries elizabeth warren there most of the primary season. Just kind of talking about bernie sanders. He hoped he was there but there was a lot of tension that directions campaigning andrew. Cuomo through you know through much much of march and april and then at the end of the he wanted bernie wanted common harris to be people who they weren't. He painted them as he's hard left. The you know antifa supporters or whatever but Sort of tracking trump's ir or trump's. You know whatever he was. Targeting i think is an interesting kind of sub narrative here too absolutely and i was gonna go there next trump gassing the protesters near the white house On june first and then holding up the bible outside the obvious seen for a book like this and certainly done as you point out through the viewpoint of wide. Donald trump did that on that particular day. What he what had happened to lead to that point. That's a fascinating fascinating place to go. Yes i mean the the the george floyd inspire protests swept the country. Are you know the nuts. And that's the next. That's the next big right. The next really big beat obviously trump's you know at the time it felt like gassing the protesters so much had happened already by that point but that really is the moment right. I mean just like like. I said i mean trump. I'm looking at my time linear trump. i addressed the nation. You know gave that fireside chat whatever thing about krona virus on but i just say march eleventh and it was in a month and a half later that he made that in just like mind boggling bleach comment right so there's like there was so much trump nonsense before. He said drink bleach but drinking bleach. Kind of embodies. The whole thing right. So that's backtracking a little bit similar thing about the george. Floyd protests guessing. the protesters was just. That was the moment that really ever everything coalesced. You know another set piece in the same vein. Trump's june twentieth rally in tulsa oklahoma Which martin defiance of the virus. It was half full herman. Cain dot after that rally and then brad pascale who was trump's initial campaign manager was fired um and partly we connected to events like that that certainly would be part of this author. David points you to the crazy. I e yelling debate odyssey especially again to your point of like what was donald trump thinking going into that debate. Why was that the strategy you know we we know you know. His contempt. For joe biden has contempt for democracy et cetera et cetera. But why did why was that manifested through yelling and interrupting through the entire debate. I genuinely don't know that. I quite understand that. And kinda want understand that campaign book. I i think so. I agree i agree. There's a couple of beats before the before the debate. And i think that i mean. Obviously there's going to be a lot of anything you can get from trump's mindset and there will be many conflicting accounts. I'm sure through a lot of this would be just incredibly compelling the first debate was what oh that was end of september right before that ruth bader ginsburg died onate got that. So that's got to be and then at some point. Kamala harris has already on the ticket to hold on scrolling backwards here. August august eleventh. She joined the ticket is so obviously layer is get your chapter and becomes increasingly important as the campaign goes on a lot of ways but the death of ruth bader ginsburg for you know. I don't know how much amounted to. I don't know how many votes that pulled in one direction or the other but that was certainly huge moment. A huge kind of set piece for the for the book and i forgot that earlier to the mending of of the relationship between biden and harris after their debate confrontation. That's a big part of this book to and by the way implicit i mean the the specter behind all of that obviously is is president. Brock obama who has close relationships with both of them are big fans of both of them and and You know to what degree he was really. A part of biden's brain trust. I think is really intriguing as well. Yeah and that's another one of what obama really thought of. Joe biden is a fascinating question. One alex thomson came on this podcast to talk about Trump getting corona virus. Needless to say election night becoming election week and trump david raging and silence. Mostly in silence. Anyway can't you see that being a great sort of final couple of chapters of the book. Yeah yeah i mean. I think that judging by assume i mean i don't know that my opinion on the trump presidency you're campaign or just era is going to change between now and whatever the publisher sets they're due date for this but it does seem like you know the longer we spend with donald trump the more that are sort of a lot of them bear out to be true and i think that the entire narrative kind of start to finish his in. This is it was one thing for years ago to channel the trump the enthusiasm for trump. That trump wave to sort of say. We're going to figure out the best way to sort of polish this and write it to the finish line right. It's another thing to try to run a quote unquote conventional campaign based around it. And i think what you see is a lot of people just trying to manage trump. I mean you talked about the oklahoma rally right. I mean it was that i mean the the real stories of that really. That really matter are the lies. That brad scott and everybody was for telling trump on the way in about you about how what the crowd size is going to be about. How problematic krona virus is going to be about you know and then and then of course when they got kind of outwitted by cape stands. Tiktok or whatever i mean. There was all these sort of the just the ineptitude of the campaign you know balanced against trump's unrealistic expectations. And how much. He is a cause of his campaign zone. When you get to the end as you were just discussing you know when he gets corona virus. He's bristling against his own advisors. You know i mean he's doing. He's doing everything that they're telling them not to do. And wet and maybe he was his best campaign consultant. That's always his contention but certainly the sources that you're going to get on the record or probably going to have a different different opinion of that off. The records are gonna have a different opinion. And then i feel it. We know a lot about donald trump's day to day existence. Thanks to great reporting of people. Like and as i feel i almost know nothing about joe biden's day-to-day existence during this campaign. While he was hiding in basement i think. Yeah but don't you want to know what was going on in. The basement was going on in his house like i just don't feel and maybe he's just such a straightforward dude that there's not just a lot of you know certain nuance here but that is something. I would love for one of these books to fill in like what was what was joe. Biden like during those months and months when we barely saw him on the stump. Yeah i mean there's a lot of e if if you end up if biden all the credit in the world the biden campaign the world. There's still a lot of poker in this whole thing right. I mean they sure cited to stand pat for months with the expectation that trump was gonna bust or whatever i mean th that they had a better hand on even what the right metaphor is but i mean it's it was a. It was a really risky decision. Even if it was the most deliberate and most ingenious decision that they could have made so knowing what was going on there again even if they knew what they were doing even if they were confident they were doing the right thing. Those had to be some of the most tension filled conversations. You know to to meet with your campaign staff and just be like all right real all new agreement that we're going to do nothing okay. So we're gonna meet back here tomorrow and say the same thing. Okay but yeah. I think you solve the narrative tension problem. I think it's that right and you remember. They were they were questioned by melinda less than david axelrod david plus for that which apparently really ranch biden world and they not only didn't send joe biden out to two. They only kept bite in the basement so to speak. They didn't do and other basic sort of rights of campaigning. And that scared the hell out of a lot of democrats. That's a good piece of mayor detention. I'd say the other one. There's another one is when the protests started remember. Donald trump is doing everything he can to conflict. Joe biden's position with the position of some random guy donald trump's on television. Who was you know doing something on tv. And biden gate went and gave that big speech where he said rioting is not protesting. Looting is not protesting setting fires is not protesting. None of this is protesting a big set piece speech in pittsburgh which was attempting to head off any. Hey donald trump would try to make out of that and try to confuse people. And by the way i mean this. This goes back to what we were just talking about. But i think there is some i mean there may have been a real power to that speech partly because it wasn't one of one hundred joe biden speeches. I think we talked about this in the show. But like you know the sort of steady procession of like. Here's my speech on foreign policy. Here's my speech on on. You know building highways. Here's my speech on on workers rights in attritional campaign. There are several of these big speeches. I remember trump sort of willfully or not kind of did a bunch of gave some of these speeches four years ago and then always went off the rails and that became its own little new cycle but We you know we didn't see that much of it. So maybe when when he made that speech that made it. More more potent us had a friend who i was telling me. He goes definitely going to be a mandatory sentence. And all these or maybe a chapter that begins from the moment. Donald trump road down the escalator of trump tower. In two thousand fifteen. Oh yes that sentence will appear in every single twenty twenty campaign. Yeah i think so. I don't know there's any way to to avoid that sort of I mean listen. Some of these sentences are going write themselves. Also i think from the department of that too obvious not to do it. I mean doesn't every chapter. Just start with a trump tweet as the sort of the sort of introductory like the monogram of the jabarin. Good little chapter head thing there. And then i mean. I think that a lot of this is going to be a lot of these books. Do they do inform you a lot of everything that you didn't know and you get to see behind the scenes but they also reinforce the also remind you of the things you knew and sort of enjoyed or the you know the moments in time that that that you recall and explain why they're you know why they're why they're more important than you knew or give you a chance to sort of laugh at him because you didn't get to enjoy the first time around because it was so tension-filled We can laugh again at the events at twenty twenty presidential campaign which seem so terrifying in the moment. But what was the last thing i mean. Listen we can talk about this forever. We gotta give this book and name right right the right after the election night. Election ipod gas. I suggested shenanigans. I don't know. I mean just after that after trump was you know coming after his speech whenever that was but i don't know i mean what is the moment in this is this what if someone was running a campaign but what it is is it called. Is it too close to call is it is it is it. A corona virus thing is. Is it just a do. We put biden v trump at the like. What is that's definitely in there. I mean shenanigans is good. I mean shannon against feels like it sort of comic romp like jake tapper would have written before he became a tv guy Through the election try to visit. We're going to work out of any any suggestions for the title of the two thousand twenty campaign book. Right is at the press box pod. We would love to get them. David special guests on this edition of the show reeves wiedeman. We always look forward to seeing his byline in new york magazine about all kinds of subjects. He's written a book about we work you don't know about we work david now and definitely. Don't get emails from them. Every day i know you don't here's reeves wiedeman. They don't pay extra to report on startups but maybe they should because for his new book reeves vitamin spent the last eighteen months. Documenting a businessman's love of tequila shots pondering the mysteries of kabbalah and quoting proclamations. Like i'm competing against work. All of that is in his new book. Billion dollar loser the epoch rise and fall of we work which is so good. I gobbled it down and twenty four hours this weekend. Reeves is here to talk about it. Thanks for coming on the press box. Thank you for having me brian. So when i heard you were doing a book. I thought is gonna be about that haunted house in new about new york magazine about the failed vacation. Mecca to loom. And why'd you pick we work. We still haven't figured out who. The watcher is in new jersey. And i do. I get that question a lot and i do want to assure everyone who read that story that the once i know the rest of the world will know Yeah i mean. I'd i had was expecting when i wrote this story for new york magazine to turn this into a book. It's there have been opportunities at at various points to to pursue something it's never quite made sense When i first wrote about we work in the spring of twenty nineteen things were still like kinda flying high for the company and it really wasn't until things clapsed swiftly That that it felt like it was a pretty wild ride to to be able to document and then be kind of a story that seems to have a little bit of significance beyond all the tequila shots as kind of the era of of the atom. Newman we work. Story came to an end alongside sort of what felt like kind of maybe the final gasps of sort of this era of startups excess. That that we work was a was a part of little. Did i know that that a pandemic would come along and really put an end to to all of that but But that was at least the the thinking mice false so by that point you have a rise you have a fall then as you say you have this bigger story of what the hell happened in the twentieth. Tens with start up culture in unicorn culture as we call it. Yeah and and that. That had been kind of what i had spent the last few years. reporting on. I used to be a sports reporter. in a previous life i know god and got out of that rag. Thank goodness I am very relieved not to be a sports writer. These days i think especially so but You know it was. It was sort of a a not entirely intentional. transition for me from doing lot of sports writing to writing about these kind of crazy Fast growing startups from from uber to rap genius to vice media and eventually we work at kind of became sort of my might beat over the past few years so we work with started in two thousand ten by adam newman was his self created. Businessman was the vision numerous selling and why was it so potent that period of time. Yeah i mean you know it's interesting to think about this moment sort of now but this was just after the financial crisis you know. Everything was kind of shifting and changing people had been getting laid off from their jobs. People are kind of sick and tired of working for big corporations that that had just some of whom had just kind of blown up the economy So there was very appealing sort of sales pitch of like. Oh go out on your own. be a freelancer. start a company. This was kind of the early days of this startup boom And we'll take care of the space. Come come work in this well-designed loft space in lower manhattan We'll have good. Coffee will have beer. You'll meet all your neighbors and your day at work will be fun and and i think especially in the early days of we work. That was that was true. Like it was kind of the cool place to go work Or to go visit your friends. Who had who had office space there so that was kind of the sort of big picture sort of sexy appeal of of the company. The basics was we'll give you a flex beliefs. If you want to get out of it tomorrow you can which was not what you can could Get get anywhere else in and is is something people would even be more interested in now. I suspect but But that was those were. The two basic pitches is is flexibility and and the beer keg. Reagan made a bunch of new friends. The first we workspaces at one fifty. Four grand street in soho we. Just what did that space look like. Yeah i wouldn't visited it year ago. I mean a very narrow. Kind of soho brick building the elevator. You know i. I think we put the stat in the book but literally to get up six floors. It took something like fifty two seconds. I just old old building. They had to clear out what was basically kind of like a craigslist hotel off the market apartments before then and what they did is they took the space and they put these glass cubes that have kind of become now sort of the signature. We workspace and kind of a signature part of the new office landscape over over the decade and it was just kind of these row after row after row of of of these glass boxes. That were practical in some ways. The idea was we have this. This brick building does have windows. But it's not like a big glass office tower and we want to give people some combination of of light and privacy. So so that's what they were there for and then it was otherwise. Just kind of you know narrow hallways and and you know not a dropped ceiling. You've just see like the wiring going through the the the ceiling and all around building so really kind of unfinished sort of diy kind of aesthetic which was also pretty popular tax. Yeah you had this great line. The exposed brick and hundred year old floorboards were aesthetic kitty litter for newly displaced workforce skeptical of artifice and craving authenticity. Yeah people wanted it was. It was cool and it's it's easy to kind of like the kind of take a dump on the company now given what happened but very early on. They tapped into that in a key. Part of of the whole thing was branding and that was a key part of the company's rise in a variety of ways and base it to latch them onto something that that people really want it part of the fun here. It seems to me is discovering and describing. We works corporate culture. What was that culture like. The the shorthand people would use was was that it was a little bit of a colt And that's something that you know again. It's kind of repeated as i've written about these companies. They have this charismatic founder In adam newman you get the there. Were sort of there. Were two groups of people who came to we worked. There were A obviously well. I guess one group is of friends and family of adam. Newman which is which how any of these companies gets off the ground There were young college just out of college Sort of young workers who this was kind of great to go to a company where the founders up there on the one hand telling you we're changing the world changing the world. This was at a time when money young people really wanted their work to have some kind of meaning and purpose to it And then at the chinese servants tequila shots and giving out stock options You know all of which if you're a young employee you're you're you're not totally sure that this isn't normal That that not every company is like this and then on the flipside especially as the company grew. You had kind of a group of people who Joined the company in the middle of their careers in their thirties forties fifties and they were bored. They were in jobs that were kind of ho hum. They'd gotten to a point in their career and then and they were not people who are in the tech world where where you could join one of these unicorns and then suddenly. Here's a company real estate where everyone looks like. They're having a good time The chance to get rich off of off of these stock options that just keep getting more and more valuable was there and so so it was all of this was sort of appealing to to that group of people as well and so you know both of those groups kind of got in there and the colts aspects of what. What people discourage me over and over was you would get there for a year. Eighteen months and it would be the time of your life and that at some point whether it was because you were working eighty ninety hours a week or because suddenly adam said something that was like a little crazier than what you're used to you sort of started to realize. Maybe maybe something was amiss here. Was it the colt. Like properties of the company. Did that make you decide to call him. Adam in more than a year what we did think about that. Yeah you're the first person. Ask about that We did decide to to combine. I because everyone of the company did you know wasn't wasn't like he was mr newman or or whatever but it was just kind of a company. Where whether you were a community manager at the bottom of the chain or you were one of his executives he was adam and it was just kind of a one name you know share rinaldo kinda thanks to new york times reviews made this point and i completely felt the same way as i was reading the book. Which is you could have hit the reader with a lot of newman absurdity from page one. But it really felt like you had your foot halfway down on the gas pedal out. What was the thinking in parceling out all very very odd details of him and his wife. Yeah i think there's two parts of it one is kind of like in in. This is definitely a case where like reality is stranger than fiction and and you don't need to exaggerate it. I don't think you can kind of just let adam do the talking and you don't need a lot of editorializing from me. I think to sort of understand what's going on I think the other part of it. Which which i think is crucial to understanding. The story is is adam was saying pretty gracy things from the beginning and and you could kind of unfurl that from from the get. Go and sort of think oh. This thing was a joke from the beginning but he built a company that was theoretically worth forty seven billion dollars that raised ten billion dollars from some of the smartest investors in the world that that expanded all over the world and i do think there is a certain amount of credit. Do and there's a certain way where you can read. I think part of this book and kind of see it as a little bit of a how to. I don't think. I don't want people to do that. But i but i do. Think there's a there's a level at which adam was successful for a long time and you do have to acknowledge why that worked in order to then explain kind of how things went awry where the craziness became a bit too much by the end you not at that a little bit in the last chapter because i feel people are going to read this book like they watched the movie scarface. Yeah you're saying this is a cautionary tale but somebody's to read this bill. You know the this is an aspirational tail. Because he got a lot of people to give him billions and billions of dollars. How does that make you feel as an author it makes me. I mean i spent some time thinking about this. Especially when it's the pandemic happened and it really felt like this era was over and we're about to start a new one. We're about to start a new one. In the same way that we came out of the financial crisis there will be sort of new out of newman's in in various fields starting new companies. What i hope they they take out of. This is is a recognition that yes and we quoted some people on the book like everyone who runs the startup wants to get rich The we have different levels and some maybe one one way to think about how to to shoot for your goals like. Do you really need to be a billionaire. Wouldn't it be okay to be a millionaire. Do you need to get into not only office space but also starting in elementary school and opening a gym and having a wave pool arm of your business like that. They're you know we. We want to be ambitious. And and there's ways in which that's an important part of any company But i think there's also there has to be a sort of recognition that if you pursue that kind of world spanning growth. There are many more than there are only so many tales of of adam newman's of a total collapse There are only so many tales of jeff bezos. Who actually do it. There's a lot of other tales of people who just kind of flame out. And i just hope people sort of Take at least some of that lesson that. There's a lot this this can go wrong with with pretty start consequences so we've been reading a lot about business people like elizabeth holmes and when you read about our. There's as be story that shows how the journalists were taken in by her. Just like the investors as you put together the book. How did you find reporters cover. The we work story especially early on. Yeah i think that is a key part of this There there are. I should say upfront there. There were a lot of reporters who did really great work. I think eliot brown at the wall street journal has has covered this story for a long time and a critically and did the best that that he could to sort of get into the finance of it. Bloomberg has done some some great reporting along along the way as well and i came into the story relatively late. Think there's another part of of any of these companies where where you On the way up We work was the disruptor. We work was doing something new. There is a part of the media go system that just loves someone who is who is claiming to do something differently. They love a character. Like adam who yes is a little bit crazy but when you're on the way out fats. That's an asset not a liability And i don't think it's this is one of those situations where you blame the media for this but but it it certainly could have been more critical along the way. And and i think it's worth sort of thinking about in in what ways we we have kind of pumped up. Both these these founders. Who seem like once in a generation visionaries who sort of want to believe are changing these various industries and a certain amount of skepticism. I think from I in the way that we cover those companies would be would be a thing and newman had a good sense of what the media wanted out of a character like him yet. It's funny i. I mean i only met him once but but he was clearly just the type of person who he never quite answered my questions. he answered the question the way he wanted to answer it how to dominate a room. You know i talked to executives. Who had had this. He was constantly holding meetings in cars and on his private jet with his executives and overlapping meetings kind of like any classic executive in several told me about sitting in the back of his his maybach while he would be talking to some reporter somewhere. It was clear they were just kind of kind of eating it up And and so he was just clearly someone who who could charm all kinds of people and journalists as as much as he as investors are earning. So you publish your first story about this. June twenty nineteen. Yep headline the very good headline. i should add. It wasn't the i in. We congrats to whomever wrote that one. It wasn't me. But i i i was very happy with it. And we thought about it as the book title. but it's pretty clever. And what was newman's reaction to that story don't know never got word from him They fought they being. We fought tooth and nail Leading up to that claiming certain things that we were reporting Weren't true or weren't the full context or whatever they fought pretty hard and and then we didn't hear much afterwards And and you know. I mean that that that headline was it was there because We we didn't go into the story thinking adam was the story. We thought we work with the story. It was it was suddenly. This company was growing so big. And then there's just no way to separate the good stuff and about stuff About we work from from adam. The the tischler i and we so you you fight them tooth and nail over these various details. They're pushing back on it and then the story comes out in a few months later you get to do this. Go back to like well. We don't. I don't know how you felt about that story. But now i'm doing a whole book about you guys. Yeah it was interesting. I mean you know. I went back and wrote a second piece sort of after the ipo as the ipo is collapsing. After adam was ousted it was sort of night and day in some ways in getting people talk to me suddenly people who are very resistant but stories on the record were were were pissed off. That they weren't getting the big pay day that they thought they were annoyed with adam. They weren't as scared as they were and they were more more willing to talk And and that went for all kinds of people within and outside the company I don't think we work for a while. I was the least of their concerns In the fall but certainly like there's a to go back to the earlier point. It is really hard reporting on these companies when they're on the way up you know. No one is incentivized to talk about them in a negative way for variety of reasons. And you know unfortunately it becomes easier to tell all these stories once. There are some some dense in the armor and things sort of start to take a pick downswing. It's hard because they're private so it's hard to look under the hood and i think you mentioned this in the book to people. Were happy that early stage talk to you about. We works for which they thought was broken in some way but they still all expected to get paid so they didn't have a lot of incentive to tell you. Hey this is not. The money is not adding up here yet. They would be happy to tell the stories about this. You know there's a lot of. i'm surprised. How many tequila shots. I've been asked to take while i've been at this company but getting at the actual numbers and even people who were skeptical and had reason we're willing to express some kind of skepticism. They were within the company they didn't want to they didn't they. You know they they were kind of like let. Let's get to this finish line. Let me go get whatever my payday is gonna be. And i i. Just don't i don't wanna risk that. So here's a practical question. How do you write a book and eighteen months. Well not a lot of sleep or socializing the good news. Is that a having to do this. In the forced isolation of quarantine is. i didn't have many excuses For other things that i would be doing so it was not easy and very stressful at at various points but the secret to doing it as being willing to stare at your laptop for very long stretches of time and one more question on newman when we talk about the thin line between hero and villain have a sense at this point whether he considers himself a failure or success I mean that's sort of. Yeah one of these tensions where he we don't know exactly how much money he he got away with a after leaving the company. But it's it's going to be hundreds of billions of dollars He built a thing that everybody knows about for for better or worse. I do get the sense that he recognized how things went wrong in that he was in some way for that. I don't think she would go so far to say that. He is a failure The company still exists it it may or may not survive the pandemic just like everyone else may or may not Survive this but. I don't think he would see himself as a failure. I do think you would see some lessons. Learned and i do think he's gonna get another chance to to do something. I don't know exactly when it's going to happen. I think he probably needs to lay low for a little bit. But i suspect there's going to be people willing to tobacco a tall and charismatic man. Trying to to do something again once he once he decided to can't imagine such thing happening in the tech world or even tech journalism for that matter it. Yeah there's I mean you know. Adam being six five and his co founder. Being a six eight former college basketball player at the university of oregon. I think are not insignificant parts in this in this story early in your career in fact checker at the new yorker. That's a popular starting place. Did you have a plan to get out of the fact checking pit when you. I don't know if i had a plan You know i got there. But in some ways i guess a plan develop i you know i had come there as i as i mentioned kind of as a as a sports writer early in my career and so i kind of carved out a little bit of a spot doing doing sports And and Writing i i actually started like my first piece i ever wrote for new yorker dot com It was it was only sort of a bare bones. Website was going. Cover the yankees world series in in two nine. And just asking if i could do it And from there. It kind of spiraled into doing more kind of sports stuff for the website and eventually kind of getting into the magazine doing that so it was. I was at that point sort of interested in writing about other things. But i definitely saw sports says as a as a path for me to kind of get into the magazine and it was how i frankly i think got my got my fact checking job because There are a lot of extremely smart people in that department with advanced degrees and who speak multiple languages. But if you don't know what three to count in baseball is roger. Angel has that in his story. It's gonna take a long time to figure that out. So i've been making a living off that for years. Let me tell you they don't teach you that at the ivy's state school to get that kind of education i would like to ask journalists as they're coming up who their guy or gal was that they looked at and said i might not be exactly like them but i want to be as good as them. Dwight garner gave me edwin. Pope of the miami herald somewhat unexpectedly less. Who is your guy or gal. You know an interesting sort of i. I grew up in kansas city. And and the to columnists of the candy star when i was growing up for joe polanski and jason whitlock jason. I loved to read back when he was flowing throwing various flames at the kansas city chiefs when they were not very good in the nineties. I didn't necessarily want to be jason. I did sort of gravitate towards a fancy writing about the you know the glories of the game and you know the sort of wonderful characters So those were those were sort of. When i was when i was young. I those those are the people i wanted to be and that was. That was the job i wanted. You know in in in when i was sort of graduating school in the two thousands when that was still kind of a a dream. And i sort of just as i as i entered the working world those those shots really started to kind of dry up so my dream had to shift little but you published a piece last week about the interfacing battles of the new york times. I want to ask you about since we are only a media. Podcast do it a reporter. Put it to you like this. The fundamental schism at the times is 'institutionalised versus insurrectionist. Yet what are those. Two terms mean in terms of newspaper like the. Yeah i think the institutional aside. I mean the times is an institution you know. I in the same way The metropolitan museum is an institution or harvard is an institution is just this kind of old guard place that has sort of position in our society and serves a function that we all sort of vaguely aware of and there are people that that want to protect that and and that for the times is is that the times is the paper of record. The times is the place for objective. Journalism nonpartisan down the middle Reporting and and there are people there who who have long felt very protective. Evatt as the changes have happened. resisting A website resisting. reporters having twitter feeds And then sort of you know more. Recently in the last few years the impulse to be part of the resistance to to donald trump sexually And there have been various calls often. Frankly from outside the building for the times to be more oppositional At at this particular moment in history that just feels unprecedented There there are people who very strongly feel that the time should should Should not do that. There's another group. And and you know the the insurrectionists as as this reporter put it. It's not necessarily sort of along ideological lines. And that's i think a lot of talk has been and even some of the talk after the article came out was was. Oh there's there's a group of just young kind of woke ideologues there who are trying to push particular agendas where they think in some ways what's happened is. Is you just sort of group of people who are who are less beholden to the institution. They do share some of the values. they don't share the same sort of training that has traditionally gone into being at the time. Which is you went to journalism school. And then you worked at the kansas city star and the chicago tribune and then eventually got to the times. They're coming to the paper from all kinds of different places whether that's that's digital outlets or or not ev- or advocacy journalism or or just kind of different places and then and then all all the tech people who've who've joined the company as well so and they're they just you know is one of them put it to me. It wasn't their dream to work there since they were a kid and they don't necessarily think that they're going to work there forever. And they don't see the new york times as their sort of project of protecting it and so while they are respectful and obviously loved the paper in all kinds of ways. They're not going to look the other way if they if they feel like some of the things. The paper is traditionally done. Don't necessarily serve what it's doing now. This cultural schism is incredibly fascinating to reporters to anybody who doesn't work at the times but reads the times. Did you get a sense when you're doing this piece. How big a problem. The people that run the paper consider this to be versus all the other things dealing with. There's a lot of things that are dealing with the goodness for the new york times. Unlike a lot of media it's doing very well financially. They have more subscribers than ever. There have more cash than ever. So so there's a sense that what they're doing is is working. I think you know figuring out what the time should be in. The trump era has been very difficult in all in all kinds of ways And and setting that just general daily difficulty of how do we cover a president entered administration. That is doing things we've never seen before I think they take very seriously. And and i think the address to the pieces that all these things are very complicated. It is something that a lot of media organizations are doing with down to the granular level of of slack. And how do we all communicate to each other on on slack when suddenly dean bakke. The executive editor of the paper is in the same slack. Channel as An app developer. Who's working on the crossword app. And they're sort of talking to each other and trying to come to some consensus of what what the times is so. I do think the powers that be. I mean i know this from talking to them that they they take this very seriously. I don't know that a i. I don't think they know all the solutions at this point. And but i do think especially in a post trump world whenever that is There there will be some time where they're going to have to kind of do some soul searching and figure out how exactly to solve some of these things speaking of post trump for the last four years it felt like the new york times hired literally every reporter especially in washington at least the ones that didn't go to the atlantic a friend of mine just the other day just told me there. They just got hired so it's still happening. Do they have a sense that they can continue to go. Forward at this level of staffing post trump. That we've gotten spoiled right. There's just tons of news all day there. There's more than enough for everybody to cover. Can they made this big after. Donald trump leaves office if leaves office. I think they can. And there is a level at which they have. Benefited as i think we say in the piece you know more than maybe it's hard to think of many companies that have benefited more from the trump era That being said We're currently living through a global pandemic. We just had a horrible fire season. That we've all forgotten about. That will probably be back is not going away. Unfortunately donald trump is not going away Clearly in one way or another. And so. I i do think that that for better or worse as much as we might like to have a slow news cycle. I think that's going to continue. And and what. The times has really is taken. Whatever sort of trumped bump day got and they've really consolidated into being de paper of record on everything from not just politics but the environment. It's it's the place you turn to along with others obviously but but for your new your coronavirus news Do good sports coverage they do good arts coverage a bit crossword. African has has crossword in cooking apps. Have more than a million subscribers alone paying subscribers so they have successfully sort of expanded into all these other areas. And and i do think that you know. I don't know how much they're going to grow. Because the paper is bigger than it's ever been just in terms of staffing. But but i do think that people are going to continue to turn to the time for for more and more more more things. Alright reeves liedemans book is billion dollar. Loser the epic rise and fall of we work. We'll anxiously await the follow up on the haunted house in new jersey. A as soon as soon as we stop it i'll get working on it of the press box reeves. Thanks frank. it's david shoemaker guesses. The strain pun headline thursdays headline about cooking chickens and a yellowstone hot springs was afoul of the law. We thought our listeners can do better and they did. David we got votes. For centers centered. Chicken dinner is pretty great. And most wonderfully from both nim and goethe's nixon foul boil foul boil process that in your head and realize it's genius. Today's headline comes from aaron watson. What the aaron woman are old pallor and wasserman. God it's from the new york times. It's a piece about data science comeback to high school football since there is only one cut and paste headline for any high school football story. That's all i'm going to tell you. What was the new york. Times is strain pun headline at friday night. Lights is that. We're going with this or friday night. Friday friday God's saving mom science friday night data Let's say ryan sites lights jesse. They become an older word for computers. An older term would think for computers and data like something from the eighties bites bites bites. friday night. Fights is correct. Amazing is david shoemaker. Bryan curtis research by chris. Almeida production magic by erica survivors thursday. We're gonna talk about barack obama's new seven hundred plus page memoir our pal claiming near here to talk about jeopardy plus of course more. Lukewarm takes on the media season. David see you later.

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Tomorrow is the opening of the avengers campus at disneyland and today they did a little bit about it and they were showing some stuff on disney parks tiktok which showed spiderman performing some high flying stunts over the vendors campus which was very cool. And they're using something called stunned tropics technology which animates a robotic version of your friendly neighborhood spiderman allowing him to safely perform amazing aerial feet. Above your head are you in on the avengers campus. Elsie come on man. I mean you're asking. Because i knew he was gonna yes i mean i actually. I just grow by a picture of me wearing a captain america t shirt when you were talking so yes. I'll be there. Is chris evans commute to. I don't think there he was there today. I think i don't. It'll be there every day today because it's open. Yeah yeah. I think he's got other question yesterday. Green gave me a heads up. So i can make travel plans. I think it's cool. I'd try once. I pretty much try almost anything once. So why not. Well certainly almost anything at disneyland. But i would say almost anything period. Almost anything keyword. Almost i think about it like i wouldn't. It's not a flat. No i mean. Clearly you're talking about with the parachute. So yes i would definitely gonna not just like like freebase in out there. No no no not into a net. Well maybe if. I were an adventure i would do that. But not not if i Maybe after venture school. I'll try that. So greg black widow kill you gotta be careful stuff and just land gregor you saying that a real human being playing spider man is going to do all this on a robotic virgin and so it's not a real guy can't do that i don't know they think they had like spidey sense to. Is that what you thought they were. Gonna like flip. Their wrist like send webs out of their wrist. Wasn't sure we were talking about here. Would you would you do it though. One hundred percent of men disney. I'll try now. I mean go on. It's a small world when i go to disney. I mean that's kind of kind of disney. But you know why gone. It's a small world on a hot day because it's cold. It's nice and cool in their canoes. Nice and cool in there it is. I mean i still go. Pirates of the caribbean is that the world. That kyrie was referring to a world that greg that'll do it anymore stuff. You need to know it is there. You go kyri right. Come on kyrie one bucket at a time and we are the world. That is a great question. We worl- heard stevie wonder you know he's gonna to be mad. Tv lionel richie lionel richie naming some dancing on the ceiling. Sometimes maybe he actually is huey. Lewis or bruce springsteen or something like he's voice cuts through. that doesn't really harmonized. But you just sort of like well. He's a star to so willie nelson know. Willingness is an icon man. I'm just throwing names at you. 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He's willie nelson you keep trying to make willie nelson somebody come on. That's willing to give fat in the middle of the are. You will lead of the beard. I dunno just thinking of. I don't know if he's a smoker either. I'm just thinking of things. Willie nelson fat from the munchies. You trying to tell me naturally with no assistance. Hey listen man. When used to running around ninety four feet back and forth. And you're not doing it for a while. You know you put on the same calories right. I'm looking singers here. We got blah blah blah blah blah blah. Oh how about this. Can you be quincy the conductors. Since he's like the real point guard on the team oh man quincy's an icon. Okay but of course he did thriller man. So nobody's michael. No no no no god. Nobody's line all no nobody stevie. No i suggested kyrie. I mean the whole notion that. He's he's blind. To the notion. That bob dylan here. He'll end me may ask. Maybe kyrie's bob dylan bob dylan kyri. That's a good way it goes. He doesn't when you speed. It doesn't make a lot of sense right exactly or you don't like listening to it here we go. How does bit even start. Because i you were saying that kyrie world and had them play we are the world and then i asked well who would they be and we are the world ago singers man mike real slick. He got all his whole family in on the court did o on the chorus right marlin la and tito all jeb. Money house they further auto wasn't even signaling. Y'all records yeah try. Jackie was there to there with me there with me and if want me you got all of us right. That's the deal you have to cut of your michael jackson. Milton remember when he did the victory tour and it was like he was already this solo act and beat. It was already like the top song and video. And they're like why. Are you going out with your brothers like because they need work too so i'm helping facility. John was in the chorus age. Nestle daryl hall. Your hall knows hog just to be listening to solo chorus. Yeah and i love oats. And i think it was a very very underrated singer. There are a lot of times in holland songs where oats things. And you're like you know. He doesn't sing that much but when he does he's good island by yourself without holly smokey robinson only in the chorus to as very disrespectful him in the osborne jeffrey osborne cook up. The pointer. sisters are in the chorus there. The chorus bet made learned chorus. Now that's interesting harry. Belafonte was in the chorus. How is dan ackroyd in this thing like. How did that happen house soloist. He's a he's on the course he's on the thing i guess. The blues brothers made cone heads. Yeah he's not blues brothers. That were on the wrong uber there. I'm just saying like now. That i look back and we are the world. I mean how. Dan ackroyd end up there and then even in the chorus I didn't even know that dan. I don't remember seeing him in the video. Oh no. I remember him video. Yeah raise yeah so anyhow Oh he's a member of huey lewis and the news guitar player with the cool hair. I didn't notice any else. So jamison beliefs k. d. is bob dylan. Because he doesn't say why says. I need a rationale. Yeah we do need some rationale so anyway. They they're uniting the world according to kiro the brooklyn nets world man. Listen if the lakers. The lakers don't win. This series is going to be rough to watch the rest of the nba. And they don't have not no no none well. I think there was one brazilian person who paolina that costa. Yeah he's a percussionist. You sit there and let them do that to your people george. yeah man. brazilian need to retroactively. Go off damn you and nineteen eighty-four. What did you put my people in there. Only seven but dammit you got nineteen jackson. Not one hispanic. Yeah come on. Where's the rodriguez. When you need want seriously come on. Oh no wait. Was it glorious funding there somewhere. I don't know man. Julio julio in awe first of all julio iglesias getting up because they were doing i was watching. Nfl live the other day and they were talking about. Julio jones right and she made a joke about julio iglesias and julio jones and i tweeted out and i said don't you dare hair ever ever. You are lucky. We are friends girl. Because i've got a blocked you okay. 'cause julio iglesias is an international treasure all right man he's eighty something years old and still has women throwing their underway item on stage bigger than what they used to be. Older and older takes a little longer to get to the stage. Because you know the whole hair paintings add dropper that man pick it up in the middle of the floor and grab it again and throw it again and gravity and they throw their dentures to go really. I don't know granny made that up. But anyway that man is an international treasure. Brioni claimed that we are the world. He's not there's there are no hispanics and we are the world. That is not cool. Wonder if we really are the world right now. That wasn't the world percussionist from brazil. Just to make you feel good. You know who that goes days. Are we nineteen jackson. And not even a single asian jackson's man. I mean seriously. I look up jackie again. I've looked like michael. I get michael credit though man. Michael did this to get family hair. Oh my god. Jackie is seventy this year. How about sheila e was also. I didn't know shielded in this. Yes she was. I don't remember sheila. E in their principal. Hang out free food. Who's the sheila of the lakers. Oh my ooh. Hoo of the lakers was so far as kind of been like casey p. Right yeah just brakes and banging on drums where no points. Yes not a single string instruments. Kp shash right now right. yeah yeah. it's tough stuff. I've got a similar issue. Going on right now i hope he does have carpal tunnel for the times. He keeps changing his. I g about if he's a laker or not. Yeah how many times are you gonna do that man. He started off with nothing. Okay i starting point guard for the lakers. Then it was nothing then. He was just point guard for the lakers. So is he not starting tonight. I listen. I don't know man all on. All i know is baker said. Hey man we like you. Here's eighty five million dollars and he said no. I'm going to bet on myself. Yeah it doesn't usually all work out. You know worked out a couple of times. A couple of guys joe flacco. Now i'm going to bet on myself. We win the super bowl. Big contract can never live up to it. Big mistake obviously by schreuder to not take the money why wouldn't have looked instead signed. Lebron assigned an extension. They're asking me to be a part of this. I'm in through that. I would assigned this. Good news is he. Didn't right. no the lakers. They dodged the bullet perhaps right seriously like this is like the third time because they dodged paul george they don kawai and now they dodged. Well i mean if would have been playing with brian. I mean what it turned out. Okay because i do. I mean this all i know is you want a d- i ain't trying to but i'm saying like well theory. It was supposed to be the three of them. Three of them in the question was who was going to be the third person right and it wasn't to be lebron and then be on the meeting. Remember he pulled the bait and switch. He had them he was going to meet them. I think originally the media's supposed to be the facility and then he told me in the hotel which is like across town. Yeah so they would have won. Choline does not be crazy here. I mean i don't know if they were. Ad go i and think they would've won. They be winning right now. They'd be men. We want to be unfair. We don't know what the rest of the roster would have looked like. I don't know what it would have cost us. In order to get those people he would've mattered. I don't think automatic brooklyn is gonna win. You think brooklyn wins easily this year. I mean if the lakers. Don't i think it's going to be the winner of milwaukee in in brooklyn i think is going to be the end of being the you're on my side. Now com or whoa. Ceo the winner. Tina the winner right in saying that the bucks. We're gonna come out for the longest time. Yeah i mean. I i think they give them the toughest match up. I don't think they win. Though i still think the nets are gonna win your sheila. Latino beddoe ma. Bad is she dominican I don't think she's dominican. Let's see here. He got so mad at me shielding. She hates my guts while go on so tell us on the other side. Tell us why she hates you on the other side. Also who is the she let ye right now. Who is the percussionist. right now. on the lakers. Eight seven seven seven ten years. I a- promised to go to the phones for like forty forty five minutes. And i'm going to do it in the next segment i do so. We'll do that there. Steve perry real journey. Yeah are you saying the other one is fake fake journey. That's right without steve. Perry without steve. Perry journey is not journey. I know a lot of people really liked the new singer. I don't know his name but they found him on youtube or something. hold on. you know that story. he's filipino. The gentleman can he's the great voice. He's just not steve. Perry okay so petition or anything. So harry back so. We were talking about sheila e by the way she is half mexican. Yeah so l z. Can we claim her. Said we my mexican out to honoree. Carlos has been on me babies. Your honorary ego thought. It was only stereo Latino carlos yeah so here are the pennies trump. And as i walked by so there. You go we we we. We claiming sheila so scott. Why does she let you hate you. Well it was not intentional. It would happen was couple of years ago. the super bowl was in minneapolis. You know and so. They had radio row in the middle of the mall of the americas right and she's from up that way you know and and i guess and so somebody comes up to me while i'm oakland. Well maybe that's where she's from. But you know. I think of prince being minneapolis. Writing corrected to prince is connected to prince right so so they come up to me like a commercial break. And like hey. Would you like to have sheila e on the show. And i'm like oh my god i would love to have shielded on the show. Me huge shield fan so she'll comes and sits down and i'm like hey sheila e how you doing like. How's it going great. But we started this conversation. I said so you. And prince like You guys were like you guys a thing man as right so so l z. I don't even know what i've just said. Like i don't even know how i just my foot in my mouth right in front of her. You know and she was so mad at me. And i'm like i'm sorry i'm like i They just sat you down. I wasn't researched. I just thought that you guys were together at some point. And she was so mad at me and then she took she said the jimmy jam and terry lewis. Who were with them. She was like you guys. Come sit down and talk to him. I was like yo jimmy jam terry lewis kim. Oh this is awesome. Since she got even more mad than it was excited that they came in sat down so she was very upset with me. What did i say that was so wrong. I mean you shouldn't be asking about stuff. Like i don't know man like you know you don't wanna be you. Don't sit down and been like on so you diddy you can gather right. Yeah that's that's pretty indelicate. I would say really. i didn't mean to be. Yeah my heart was in the right place. I mean what my intention wasn't to be mean spirited and anyway. Yeah i think the better we see. Here's the thing you wanna skip the foreplay and go straight to sex okay. It literally in this case. And when you're when you're interviewing someone there's a technique to this. You should do this on time. The proper way to try to see if she will divulge anything is like. Oh man you know prince you know you were so close you know. What was that relationship like. Start there and then let her get warm to you and be comfortable with you. Come on man. you can't just go straight into you and him got it on or what sino to go up to her and like hit over the head with a steak and dragged by the hair jassam romance muga year. I co- romance and both. There's some romantic about this. I'm gonna i wanna talk to her. Have her call in tomorrow. Can i wanna know how you guys met. Yeah yeah. I want her virgin historic. 'cause you're virgins going to leave out some important parts. I can tell you because you think. I'm just gonna skip the four plane. Go right in for it. I think you're gonna pretend as if there was for play. Yes the opposite about flowers. And he's like she's gonna say flowers. I thought the reason sheila got mad at me because she was saying. How could you not know that me. And prince were an item. I thought she was upset because she thought that i was not well researched. And how dare i ask her such a thing. When i should automatically know that when interviewing someone like sheely. That's why. I thought she got mad. You think though that. It's because i i shouldn't have even asked her that george this this is the deal. All right. she has been and remains connected to prince But prints as we know has had you know his toe dip in many lakes. He has in minutes in minneapolis. Leagues bottlenecks soda. She's had to stay on the beach in dip his toes and all the lakes right and you came over to her sitting on the beat saying. Hey how come. You're not in the water and i believe if i recall correctly. He wasn't thrilled when she wrote her book about her. Giving up details about him. If i recall correctly. So that's i there's a way there's a way to navigate that that would have been a little smoother is what i would say. Okay well in this case. So i oh yeah oh i was like chile talked to me about your drumming your style. Let's talk para digital's baby. You know we were so full of crap. Believe you're so bad like you are so bad like really really bad not even slighty entertaining the possibility of no no chance that ever tell us the real story producer was your producer from san diego alex there by text because if i if i text him i will ask remember this interview for sure. Okay because i want to get his version of the story. Well suffice it to say that. I still love sheila e and she doesn't really love me and won't even remember me somehow. This became a complete tangent. I don't even know how it started with. We are the world. yeah went into kyrie irving. Come back to the lakers. Yeah with sheila e yes shopping malls. It's weird okay. Well let's go to the phones. That martin and la habra martin what up land a Well don't mind the wait. Because i'm sitting in this parking lot called the ninety one freeway Which direction which direction you headed. There is no going east. So i'm going east so yeah i'm in traffic because everybody going back home the i. E. i'm going out to the to the so you know Gotta gotta gotta rough up in his drive but I wanna get back the whole rondo. Thing 'cause you know l. z's oh man i wish we had rondo back in. I was thinking that way too but then we forgot you know. He gave a kawai. Look but man. I think he should give himself bad luck with that. Whopping one point stat line. He could be in yesterday's game and that's what he's there for though man. Martin i will see this martin and this is what i would have said if i were so stick around for seconds. I want to get your thoughts. I would have been like yo that pass you passed me was pretty terrible though to. Let's not be real you know. Let's be real here. that's cool. Why shot to take. Its his team. Yeah was airball was a bad shot but who do you. Do you want taking that shot. But soon you want rondo. Taking that i want to take exactly at the end of the day. Look how look. I'm a laker fan. So i don't care about the clippers but since we're talking about the topic but rondo come on bro but daffy one point you were you together one point. That's not the plan. You remember playoff round playoff day. Yeah he he was getting. he was buckets. But that's not what he was. Therefore in buckets wasn't why he was called playoff rondo. He was playoff rondo because he got even more fearless and played even better. Playing better. doesn't mean you score more. It just means that you're clearer. He he he wasn't that good point with his one point with the free throw and he's got two free throws one muck as he tomorrow point. He wasn't very good in that game. He's been going the series but he was not good in that game but that's not what he's here for no no. He wasn't even good at the stuff he's supposed to be good at like in that game he was. He wasn't going according to that picture. He's very good at this stuff. He's supposed to be that part. Yeah i see what you're saying. Good good being a leader a leader. Thank you for calling brother. Thank you for listening and try to have some fun listening. Navigate that ninety one. Okay i hang with us all the way home if he's going to be done before he goes to keep tuned in if you get home before the game is over tonight enjoy. It thing is explaining to people who don't know it's hard. I don't think people so. I'll give you before i get to definitely. I had a friend who came here. And i you know he had never been and i said to him. He's you know he's like one of these people that loves to be touristy you know what i'm saying so it's just like it's cool. It's not me. I like to spend time in like a city in kind of do the locals kind of thing like that's what i prefer so i always try to like connect with someone i know that knows the city so i said to him. Look i know you wanna do the touristy stuff or whatever so he's i wanna go to the beach and then i want to go to the dodger game. I'm like what i said. No no no. You don't wanna do that. You know what i tell you. You don't want to go to the beach to have lunch and then chill out there all afternoon and then try to get to the dodgers game. Because that's going to be a hard. He's not enough. You think i go bro. I'm telling you i live here. I w i okay. Okay okay. i said do the do the city in parts like hanging out on the west side you wanted to do. The hollywood thing was hollywood. Whatever i could do that stuff one day then go to the beach for a day. If you want to a dodger game like hang out in the middle of the city that one day right downtown see stuff around downtown and go to the dodger game. All good you know and i said do it like that. And he's like okay. Okay okay so that. I got a texture him and he's like young man. How do you live in this damn city. What are you talking about. And he's on. Man is taking me three hours to get the dodger stadium. I said where are you coming from the beach. I said mother told you know to me. They go to dodger stadium on him soft behind. I mean damn devon in la devon devon. You have stupid friends like that. Or what boys auditory man. I got one sitting right here looking at right now. Listening to the show with me but A couple of quick things never one what that last caller l. d. You know basketball do that. That's that's not where rondo is on. This particular team for is only different situation. So i like reading between the lines. I completely know what you're talking about the us. I really did feel you with that last call. Oh real recognize real rondos pedigree is like he's run a couple of championships backcourts He's simply asked. Why leonard what were you thinking what were you doing. That's what he asked him. He said what were you thinking in that situation. Why would you shoot that. That's what he has them. I don't blame them. How much dot my next point. I'm a diehard lakers. Fan my lakers. Do not look motivated. They don't look motivated at all We we looked like a wounded animal falling through the the forest. Like trying not to get attacked by prey. Just jazz barely hanging on making it. I'm a diehard laker fan I think tonight is set up for one of those laker performances. Lebron has opportunity in laker jersey. Tonight to have one of those classic performances in a laker uniform but otherwise. Just think man i rather get it over with early because it's just going to get tougher as we get along and we we just i don't know but that's that's why thank you guys. Don't you vote. Don't give up hope man you were killing. L z. l z. jesse jackson. Tell us to do you. Play journey jesse jackson man central together. Two boys man much love. Here's point rondo real quick before we go and we're gonna play our game in the next segment which is Would you rather so rondo. In through the first four games elsie was plus forty. He was minus seventeen in that game. That was by far. He was awful in that game even by run by ron even for what he was there. So what are we supposed to do in that game. That's my point like i'm with you. He has been rondo in this series throughout the first four even in the games they lost he'd been rondo and everything is supposed to but that last one now. If i'm i'm like dog you even pass the ball where needed to be to meet for me to make that shot. If it wasn't for the face we might not even be talking about him seriously. I mean they've been. They've lost three straight games at home last night. I said george. Dallas has the home court advantage. You said no. They're playing staples they said. That's my point right coming up next we're gonna play. Would you rather. 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I'm still choosing organic matter. Sounds more. i don't know how i say. This organic less threatening. Yeah it sounds softer and greener. It sounds like nice aliens who kinda like look like. They live out in the woods and they're made of green leaves and they they walk like big foot's and they're nice and they high five you but but the mechanical ones sound mean. Like they'll grab you and hurt you so i'm choosing to go with organic matter way but isn't like predator made of organic metal matter. Yes he is. I was just gonna say they ain't all that nice you think they. Well i mean you. You said from the beginning. Let me guess. You don't know what organic matter is and you guessed right we're done george you know I would say robot because they're robot that means there's a way to d program that that's how i would go just in case we gotta get you know. Get into like some sort of war with them. I want the organic matter. Is that i want to be able to use biological warfare bullets when we're assuming they're they're hostile in this case i don't care. We are style species every single time you watch those movies. They show up the next scene. You see military. We never the peace corps so always the military. What's next greg all right. L z l. a. based marijuana delivery service. Mj is go to z. On this one right. Because i just go in a circle and i know i know how you are george noory delivery service. Mj is offering a paid internship to test and write reviews about their products. If the money was exactly the same. Would you rather test marijuana for living or talk. Sports for a living so easy what i lose my job. If i was honest i'll still have my career meteorite. If i'm honest right you last question am i smoking or all these edibles. because i'm concerned about calories. It's it's is whatever you want and you're testing the products. I'll take the door most smoke as please. Yeah me too i will. Test the marriage wada's and our writer review using all the languages that i use now if my columns nego yeah i'm with you. That sounds fun. I could still talk sports right. But i can't talk sports and behind. Who knows if you will not on the early not on the air. No general right now yes tap. Well i was thinking about this recently. As a matter of fact because every time i go into this dispensary they they all know everything they know about every. Probably see that right there. What do you think about the other. Oh let me tell you about this. They know at all so they it all right and i think testing it all kinds of sounds cool and fun but talking. Sports is cool and fun to a lot of fun pretty cool but day particularly war. I'll still take the job. I cool there your next greg. All right george we were talking about. We are the world which was a gigantic charity Now with so neither one of these are bad. Just wanna see where you land. Would you rather be well known for your charitable donations or be the largest anonymous donor in history to the charity of your choice. Okay be well known for my charitable donation. Yes or the largest ever donor but it has to be anonymous. Oh i'd rather be the largest donor even if it was anonymous. Because if i've got that kind of capital to help i would rather do that. Yeah sure well. This probably won't surprise you but not me. Yeah you want to know everyone to know. I mean you would walk around with like a shirt that says i am super altruistic mr charity. I wouldn't have to do that. Because i would invite you to the charity event a gala in the building. That has just been named after me and my family. Lukewarm rubber chicken beans of a gala right. So you're going to come to the gala. In the new kaplan business center on the campus of university of phoenix. or something. i mean yeah. I think i would take the name stuff you saw. What happened to. Larry david when he was trying to be anonymous during curb your enthusiasm. Has anybody know that episode. Forget it. No i don't. I'm not familiar with that episode but But it's i bet it's funny but i haven't seen that episode. Oh yeah definitely anonymous. Like i don't put my name on stuff now. Yeah i go. i always go anonymous. Yeah everything's now. So you put your name to go funnies. do you want people to go. Wow that's got cabinet. He didn't actually you know what like There are times on a go. Fund me where. I'm like you know what this would be. I don't mind having people know that. I'm supporting this or or putting money into this person because this person has something going on in their lives and the person's going to know the person knows just it's just for the public. I don't care i think a person knows who in a go fund me who put the money in that's fine. I don't mind that other people know what. I want people to know this because the show is going to sound real different tomorrow. Amanda our boss. Just text me and she. She appreciates our honesty honesty. Yeah and then. I can keep my job. Oh well there you go so tomorrow show. Greg might be a little off the rails. You can blame amanda. It's it's It's it's recreational in california. No i need it for business purposes. My toe hurts right. There's that too. I thought you were going to say. It's going to sound different. Because i got breaking news. Are you ready for breaking news. Breaking news shaam. Sharia of the athletic stadium is reporting. That lakers star. Anthony davis plans to play in game six against the sun's as long as as long as warm ups go accordingly. Eighty is going to give it a go. That's breaking news really. I was really hoping to get that. Rondo face on. I guess we can't now going. I mean come on like listen. He could be right now in agonizing pain and he still has no choice but to put on a uniform and some sneakers and get on that floor and give this organization anything he possibly can berkeley called him street. Close man right let. Let's let's open this up. How do how do you feel now knowing that is going to give this a go. Are you more. How much more confident. Eight seven. Seven seven ten. Espn so shaam. Sharia is reporting. That dave is going to give it a go and game. Six obviously not clear yet. He's got to see how warm ups go but look l. z the risk reward when it comes to an elimination game. You're going to do everything you can to try to be on that floor. Well absolutely and you know we don't know the severity of injury and this is why Ad response the same way whether he's hurt or not so. It was really hard to see him falling. Go who look bad because he really does that regardless of how bad injury or if there's no injury at all so i don't mean to thirty shade. It's just it's just hard to figure it out right like we know in the broncos is acting and we know he's actually has hurt but we don't know how her a d. is because of that it's like trying to figure on koa is mind. This is really hard to do just by looking at them so we don't know how severe the injury is and we don't know if he was told to sit out the rest of that game game four just as a precautionary thing and not because he just could not go. So hopefully you know. He doesn't Re aggravates whatever kept them out again. Five hopefully More importantly actually the perimeter shooters hit shots because having ad out there we might just need a willis reed moment. I know people think willis reed went out there and drought fifteen grabbed twenty rebounds record a triple overtime. But he really only played like what five minutes so it can just get like some inspiration from him and knock down some shots. Maybe we don't need to have him out there for his usual thirty plus minutes. Maybe we just need him to give us that spark. So that the guys can lift laid off the rim and start knockdown brunner shots bottom line for anthony davis guys. He had no choice now. When i say that what i mean is the story of he's gonna try and give it a go in the pre game yet. So is lebron okay. We understand the pressure is on everybody's going to be looking at anthony. Davis is he. Is he capable of standing up check. Can he walk check. Put him in a uniform. Shoot them with pain medication. Numbet do whatever tape. It numbet. Whatever has to have by the way. This isn't me being cold. this is internally. this is him. This is anthony davis going. I have no choice. I have to try and give it a go. I have to try and contribute. The pressure is on. He got no choice. he's got play. I know you could take your growing. Oh yeah a lousy. It's very uncomfortable but it can be done away really. Oh yeah for sure. How how so how do you do that. No i mean. Don't get to graphics get dumped. They take pre rap. Yeah they wrap it around the groin and around the hip and then they tape it and they try and create as much security around the groin as possible and by the way for all of our tight basically for all of our physical therapists out there. And i know there's a lot of them that love to listen to show prompt me up yo. I just broke down and taped it up. Okay i'll let you self congratulate. I don't know i've never had my groin taped I hope it works. Hope the icy hot works. a tornado. Shot whatever he thinks he needs in order to feel like he can go. He should take it and then let the chips fall as they made to quote the great philosopher. Andre drummond who also may not be starting who knows. Are you disappointed with drum. And right now i mean where we are today. Are you disappointed. Absolutely not. Because i knew he's a third guy and this entire series for the most part he's been like a second guy and he's not gonna look good. It's the second guy and on both those guys are out. He was the one guy and he doesn't have good as the one guy. But i do know that when we were winning against sons and he was play we were too big and too good and that's why he won those games where he won them physically. Well let me ask you this because you know. Had you had mentioned this that you thought they'd be the greatest frontcourt ever and grants there have been injuries. The numbers haven't baird that out when the three around the floor together though were plus one point eight or something two hundred minutes or whatever you just said it is hard to build continuity if everybody's in and out of the lineup drummond didn't have the benefit of preseason of camp. He was picked up off the street when nobody was in the house and then eighty showed up and laughed then bryan game in the eighties. Show back up and then like it's impossible to build continuity to see what this really could be because the combination never really had a chance to jail a glenn and honestly At this point. I don't really care what combination frank vogel pulls together. As long as the result of the w he could start. Jared dudley at the five k. Jared dudley is holding it down as show spot baby. That's where we are right now. Yep you're right you listen in the sense sense. That drummond was a guy that we thought would be more. At least i thought he's gonna be more. Because i thought it was going to be a lebron andromeda and the notion that we kept hearing was it doesn't matter what seed we are. It doesn't matter where we play as soon as we get. These guys back were good. And i think it's proven not to be the case not so much because they've come back and not be able to create chemistry. They haven't been able to come back so so everybody's in and out and so with everybody moving in and out. There's never been that time that the laker players themselves were saying we don't need it. All we need. Is these guys to get healthy. And that has not proven to be true because one of them. We all know who i'm talking about. Can't stay healthy right right street clothes man and you know and and and it's sad because you know this was a prime opportunity for him because of how quick turn around was last season to begin to our cert- himself as the number one the braun jokingly said i think he joked with the president president obama about kind of you know taking time off like we all knew quick turnaround thirty five thirty six years old. More men is antibody. Yeah he was gonna take it easy meant that. Ad was opposed to assert himself as the heir-apparent and unfortunately that did not happen for him. And so now when we look at the construction of his team and realize how top heavy it was that you couldn't even really depend on the remaining team to win two games in a row. We couldn't even depend on do that. which i think is really going to inform the way that the team is remade next season regardless of how this season ends. Well it's the browns can be thirty seven next year. So that's the point that there was a time during the trade deadline during the year when we were all like no. Don't get rid of this guy. And don't get rid of t h t and don't give casey and know these guys are important and they're the future is like what were we thinking. Forget the future. The future is now. You know we're talking about lebron being thirty seven. Thirty eight thirty nine and frankly a d. i don't know about you guys thirty six thirty seven thirty nine. I don't have a lot of confidence. We're going to see him healthy. You're saying after this year. Yeah like i'm saying. I don't know that i have confidence that he'll always be able to be held. This was a bad year. Got hurt but you know. The next three years of his career he's fine. He was very very dependable. I'm concerned he may not be a- a guy who can play seven games a season. Seventy five games a season you know. I'm concerned that he is going to miss large chunks of seasons going forward because i feel like he's a very fragile and bees always on the floor schwartzman man. It is most unfortunate. But it's not over right. We are have our backs against the wall. No doubt about it but we do have a guy who's been there before and until he proves that he can't do it. I say we keep believing that he will. And i get cap. You're right we thought tyson was never going to get knocked down. We tigers never. Going to lose without serena was gonna win. Never ever ever stop. But we aren't stupid either to assume their next chance they win. We're not to end up as their setup. Right the setup. They can win tonight win. Game seven and go onto the next round and maybe a d. mrs game or two and gets himself back together as best he can. But they gotta get through this right now and everybody's counting on lebron to be lebron again and lebron's never lost in the first round never lower fourteen in. Oh yeah. i'm sure he's thinking. I'll be damned if i'm going to be fourteen in one on my home court exactly right. I can't lose this game tonight and can't lose it on your home court in the first round can't happen but i do believe i need to knock and staff down once mean i'm just i'm just oh school that way. I love the way the game is more of a love where we are right now. The sport and the three point shooting. And you know more offense. I all that this money time man. This is money time and you can ask the dudes. When i play with pick a ball on saturday and sunday mornings and venice beach when his point all i making jokes. I try to sit down because if you got next. That could be forty five minutes now my age. It's a wrap. I sit around forty five minutes and be able to get back up and play ball so when his point all. I'm i'm a hell of a lot more physical. I ain't trying to get into a fight but the layover somebody gave you a two all gonna be different than point. All guess what is point. All and i'm expecting them to fight. 'cause they don't have next there is no next. This is it this is it. Yes yes this. Brought it back full circle because we are world michael jackson and now you said this is it was one of y'all gonna pick up because i was really waiting for it to start playing that song but yeah he's priority laughed or went to stall. Let's get some calls here before we go. Scottie scottie what you got. Hey guys sure he's going to give it a go. I'm sure there will be some symbolism Some inspiration from him being there but the real question is why frame. Clovio bench mantra harrell. Why did you put your your sick man of the year on the pine when you need. The energy did take the big piece of chicken at the gala. what happened. i don't understand it. If if if he's healthy and bulls not to play him in this series. That should be basketball. Malpractice should be held accountable for this folks. Okay well he don't trust them that that seems clear by his actions. But we'll see you may not have a choice today. You gotta play everybody. Man all hands on deck big piece of chain. Why didn't think about the big part. Yeah that's for real man you you you've played been macklemore. You play t. Why wouldn't you play mantra. He gives you energy. You need that now against this team and you've got him sitting there. You could see 'em soaking it's draining the energy from the rest of the guys. I just wonder what's really going on. I i anything i want. I want answers. Yeah we'll have to find out. Primo real quick primo. What's up love primo. I wanted to say i'm so happy. My my my percentage goes up. Two hundred fifty percent of anthony davis played. Well we gotta remember. Anthony davis if he had the characteristics and personality of maurice lucas or rick mahorn then he might not be as as as finesse and athletic as he is now. So you can't have everything i know. He's hurt sometime. But but You know rick mahorn. You run over him would've truck and and and he would out of the game primo. Thank you for the about primo. And they they built like that anymore in this sport you know what i mean like. That's just the reality of it. But he had backed baby and not the good kind joe. It santa ana joe. What's up you don't think. Ad should be playing. Joe honestly no. He shouldn't be playing as he may be picking them up. they should have. They should have got to win last game for him and let him heal up. You're ready for a second round. But i thought the case. That's why he's playing. I'm and we gotta go. Gotta play greg addictions anybody. Yes we minute student. You were telling me to hang up on that. I tell me hey said we got to be out on time. Oh man you made me feel like we had to go. I cut off my man. Joe and santa ana. You're going to keep talking and you're going to get out late anyway so just now. Get out late on purpose about that thirty now. We'll see what predict the score. What's who's going to win lakers win one. Oh six one zero three. Ooh close game makers when one. Oh three to eighty seven. oh one. Ten ninety eight lakers must-win and convincingly i we're out to talk to you tomorrow everybody this is l. g. Granison here to tell you about my new podcast. Adc audio card life out loud. This show is all about preserving the history and honoring the contributions of the lgbtq community. each week. i'll talk to some of the most fascinating people paving the way for the more inclusive world these conversations can get heavy but this show is also coming feel so much joy and i mean after we are called gay people right so gaby some happiness in there somewhere checkout life out loud with me. L z granderson. 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Gabriel "Fluffy" Iglesias

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15:10 min | 8 months ago

Gabriel "Fluffy" Iglesias

"I had gone with mario lopez. Wwl mario lopez now on zoom for netflix. Show mr e. guess yes my man. gabriel iglesias. Yes what's going on how you doing. So colonel sanders eighty trip out. When you saw that. I got to lose another role to you. Broke a hook you up with some chicken even know what campsie tastes like dude. I grew up with a kfc but my you because when they asked me you know what kfc what what sticks in my mind growing up as a kid. That's i was introduced to the sport you know what's up with the sport. I love underrated in the mashed potatoes and gravy was good. I was introduced to the sport at taco bell. Really ask the sport sees the first one that i know what you know about that. They would have that little the pudding the layer. Yes yeah the brand. And then you'd like the cream and then you get to the bottom and that's what magic. That's exactly okay. I can talk food with the all day right there. But i've got a little bone to pick with you. You know. I love you but bro. You've been following all kinds of people on twitter. You've been on this frenzy. What do i gotta do to get a follow back. What a dick. I don't follow you on twitter. No yeah that's right. Follow right there player doing it right now real good. I don't wanna guilt you into it. But i did. I mean we're gonna check in a couple of hours. I'll make sure no we're going to make sure it's still i do give you major love mino- that we follow him. I don't know how that happened. I love it. I love it. Congrats part three. A mystery. iglesias is now live on netflix. On the season. I'm on meat. I didn't even touch it. there it is oh see follows it all. You guys lied to me. No we just follow follow it all. Don't make us get the lie detector. I love it proof right there. All right you're my boyega. Probably thinking of a different account. They probably did the rug account. I'm sure i'm sure we got the wrong mario. Okay i love it. I don't follow me on. I because when you come his funny i would be your back right there. But what's going on with the show this season man. What's going on with your shelf. Forget it forget mine show on the interview. We knew excited saved by the bell in the bag. Man are you kidding me. There would be no mystery glitziest without your schober. Also thank you. Thanks seriously. I we were all excited like when we heard the rumors about it. We're like no but then when it was a real thing. And i love the fact that it's the shot the way that his shot which is really really cool. Thanks man yeah like my style sitcom. Yeah yeah now you guys have more single cam a single cancer which looks nice. Schedules a mean one. I like the a multi-count schedule which is a lot of fun. As you know. Yeah one day exactly. Come out get in and out of there But any any big changes that we should look forward to or well. They're kind of giving me a little love. i'm not gonna completely spoiler. But there's a yeah a love interest you meet someone someone fluffy's gonna get saddam all right. You know what you gotta tune in to find out. Hey closed the dealer night you'll find out. Oh that's bad in any shows that i've ever worked. I've never had a person like that. Sure man. I don't know how many times you know you had a person from you in certain scenes and yak for me. It stresses me out. We're talking about stresses. I never thought it'd be put in that situation. Yeah no you gotta make sure the hygiene points. Mario does his best work. Lombardi google action right there. You don't wanna like that you do to is is on your stories. You do a lot of those. Qna's and you answer a lot of questions for the people. That's cool that you take the time to do that. funny plenty answers and stuff right there too man. Have you gotten any crazy requests that you haven't posted man you know what and the reason. Why do so many of those. Qna's it's easier. I can take my time with the going back and forth with fans. Some people are really good at going live all the time. I can't i can't do it. you never know what's going to happen and actually you know. Sometimes you're into it sometimes. Not and i'd rather just be able to have control of what i do. Answer what i don't. There's so many that i don't like crazy. I mean i'm always getting hit up for money. That's i got everybody's got a story. Everybody if you could really helped me out you know right. Remember me from back in the. I don't remember that one time back in two thousand one. Come out with those all the time then. I also saw you on that burger show on youtube. What something you learned there. Did you learn anything there. You know what That guy alvin has show that the burger show. that's probably one of the highlights of my year. He made one of the most. Everybody uses this word. But it's just whatever epic. This really was epic. He made me a burger that had it was dry aged beef patty peppered with chilli cheese and a short rib in the actual burger and sung patio enough. It was probably six inches thick all They told me it was six inches thick. And i had to eat it with a with a knife and fork all man. That sounds amazing. Right there of the chains. Do you have a favorite burger joint. You know what. I'm a big fan and people california gonna get mad at this one but five guys. I know most people would say in and out. But i like five guys. I wish i had to drive through it. Make life so much easier. I'm done with shake shack luxury check. I'm done with it but my stomach disagrees. That's my neuberger kick. I'm on right there. Hey what's the status with the live shows right now i mean. Obviously i know right at the moment. We're not allowed to do a bit. Are you hearing encouraging things. Like by spraying or something. You know what. I got some offers to play some comedy clubs out of california as you know the state mandates. The rules are allowed Either lump hardcore other states are a little bit more lax about it. But i'm definitely not getting on a plane. I'm not doing that. So there's a possibility might do a show coming up this next month in arizona if if life permits but ninety eight. They told me that it's the room. Hold five hundred people but they can only do fifty percent capacity so it'd be to fifty and then there's Plexiglas on all the tables. And it's just it's very divided so it looks like a big check cashing place. Yeah what's trish ask trip leader but at least it's real people i i don't wanna do the drive in shows people getting mad at me. I'll come you won't do the drive in show at. Nah i'm not performing for blinkers and windshield wipers. Exactly that's true real feedback. Do you have. Do you have a hazmat suit. That looks like a hawaiian shirt. Nice i come to find out this year. That kind of broke my heart a little bit. They're saying that. And you can google this. They're saying that. Hawaiian shirts are the new the new uniform for nazis. Why wait said even me out of here. That's so absurd that don't don't worry about that. Google hawaiian racist just google. So you're telling me. All these polynesian bought those in hawaii right now much man. I'm saying that that's that's what they're saying right now. That's the word on the street to stop. They need to chill. Larry you gotta incorporate that of the place. It's the best right now. It's it's all about who fighters that's what's up. Hey this is pretty cool. We have this in common. We both have our own little funchal dolls. Yes you got theirs right there. That's why do i have mine. I don't think i have my back. They got into bed he they put me in the corner your tigers. It's got the little goatee as funny as i was able to. Immortalize rita's dogs of their. That's awesome you're this much cooler. This bottle is my own. Do they gave you the hair look. Look at my opinion. Looks like tom cruise. That's not cool. I don't have mopping up. Gave you the whigs at tight on the side it. That's so funny little gym bag. I got like a back in the day long. Is this true man. I read that back in the day. Speaking of which you were when you were on the show all that amanda bines told you that you weren't that funny. I was laughing now. Who would say something like that. Like during which she was she trying to be. Funny yourself well you know. It was one of those things where i was the only person that was legit. Stand up comic. Who got booked to be a series regular on the show. And as you know when you're on a set sometimes you vibe and you click well with people and sometimes you show up as the new person and it's like okay what's going on here and sometimes cupola welcoming and sometimes you gotta you gotta prove yourself. Yeah an environment but yeah she you know. She made a couple of combat in. It's in the past. It was like what twenty some odd years ago gain. That's crazy like that but a somebody doesn't get along with you man. They got an issue. You're like the nicest guy in the world. It's like i got. I got moments in excess. To prove that i feel you on that man. I feel you on that way to please everybody. What are you doing for christmas. You know what Well they're saying that we can't have people over the house. But i might have a you know a couple of people come over and just hang out. It's going to be very quiet christmas this year. a buddy of mine. Who usually flies in from san antonio He he decided to stay home with ottawa's best you know. He's a little bit older. I told me probably shouldn't be flying as it is. My son just went to texas and when he got back i told me got quarantine yourself and we got a free contest. You like me. I don't mess around here. My office man We bought we bought test in bulk. 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Putting a gay spin on 'Game of Thrones'

The Frame

26:15 min | 2 years ago

Putting a gay spin on 'Game of Thrones'

"From the Mon broadcast center. Ed, K P C C. This is the frame, I'm John horn on today's show, a stringent new abortion law in Georgia could threaten estates nine billion dollar film and TV industry as Hollywood considers boycotting the state, then Jonathan van Ness best known from the series queer eye explains. The creative process behind his game of thrones recap show gay of thrones. There is some yelling at the screen usually for me. But we turn the lights off we have snacks. And we right. There's a lot of typing, and we'll meet the singer who's known as the Cuban James Brown all that coming up on the frame. Welcome to the frame. I'm John horn. Thanks for joining us in recent years. Georgia has become a favourite out of state location for Hollywood. And that may now be in question today. The state's governor Brian Kemp signed one of the most restrictive abortion laws in the nation. It said to be enforced at the start of next year. The so-called fetal heartbeat Bill essentially bans abortions after women are just six weeks pregnant, it will likely be challenged. In court Hollywood's economic impact in Georgia is estimated at more than nine billion dollars. Current and recent productions there include the FX series, Atlanta, the marvel movie Black Panther and the upcoming horror film Annabelle three while the state's abortion Bill was being debated producers and actors threatened to boycott Georgia. If it became law to hear more about how the antiabortion law has divided the state and threatens Georgia's movie and TV biz. I called up Jim Galloway. He's a political reporter with the Atlanta Journal constitution, and we started with a statement made by actress alyssum Alano last month in front of Georgia's house of representatives. We wanna stand Georgia. We want to continue to support the wonderful, people know, wonderful businesses and communities, we have come to love in the peach state, but we will not do so silently, and we will do everything in our power to move our industry to a safer state for women if h four eight one becomes a law. What was she talking about? What is the industry said it might do? Well, here's here's a situation. She she came second believe, and she is she had a good many followers of walk into the governor's office animal letter threatening. A boycott of the four eighty one was passed. And this is the key to understanding the situation. Is that not a single democrat showed up the side with her? So there are a couple of things that are at issue here. One is the economic impact that film work has in the state by some estimates. It's nine billion dollars marvel makes a lot of movies there. There's a lot of television production there as well. So how important is film production, even with some incentives that the state might be giving these productions to the state's economy. It's become extremely important, and it's going to get more. So especially in in our technical colleges. You've seen you've seen them. Readjust curriculum to include full full degrees in in stagehand technology lighting electrocutions, and it has already it's already affected the the political waters in Georgia. You mentioned how there are. No, Democrats who are who are visibly supporting Eliza Milano when she presented her argument to the governor. What are the? Democrats concerns here. And how does it involve the state's union rules? The person you have to realize Georgia is a right to work state. It is very very hard for unions to establish themselves. And yet yahtzee local four seventy nine has just exploded since two thousand five when are when the tax credits for for the movie and TV industry began it started. Then I think they had maybe two hundred fifty workers in the union. Now, they've got more than five thousand and you've got a like number of Teamsters involved in the movie industry and in Georgia while they don't make up a large part of the workforce, they are crucial part of of the democratic political operation when it comes to national contacts when it comes to early money, and when it comes to organization on election day, let's talk about some of the reactions to the governor signing the Bill I spoke with a filmmaker and an actor this morning and both said in so many words, they will not come to work. In Georgia as long as this Bill is on the books, and I suspect you might be hearing from other people who are saying the same and you spoke with Patrick Millsaps who is a producer and CEO of Londonderry, which is a Georgia based production company. And he says that a boycott would actually be. I think his words were disrespectful. What is his argument? And what is he what does he advocating argument is primarily Hollywood has enough metoo problems of its own that it has treated women poorly enough that maybe it shouldn't be coming into Georgia and claiming the high ground, that's that's number one. And number two. It's it's it's you sing it respects. This is the actual size and effort of the industry right now in Georgia. So the woman who lost to the governor Stacey Abrams also said that she is a frayed that Georgians who work on film, crews make a living here will suffer and they're not to blame. So it feels as if even people who. Are opposed to the Bill. They have very mixed feelings about its impact on the state's film economy. If there is a boycott, right? Oh, yes. Absolutely. But what I think we're gonna be watching from here in Georgia. We will be watching number one union leadership here. And and what they say. And I want to hear what studio heads have say because they will make the final decisions on whether production comes into the state in stays in the state. I don't know whether an actual boycott will jump up here, though, before the bill's passage outside of actors like listen Milano were Hollywood studios lobbying against the Bill in any way, where they visibly out and against it. Yes. They were lobbying not publicly privately they were they were they were begging Republicans not pass this sucker. But it does sound like the Bill that governor camp signed will become law in the new year. And it feels like based on what I know there's very little chance that he is going to change his mind. Oh, no, no, no, no. He's already signed the Bill. It's part of the Georgia statutes, but the ACLU is this you have to remember this is happening in in about six other states pretty much the same legislation with with with with slight variations happening. And and the whole object is to get to the supreme court. So the first thing that's going to happen with his law is the ACLU down here in Atlanta has already got a lawsuit ready to file and it will go before a federal judge in the federal judge will put this into cooler until the comes to tional issues are argued out. Jim Galloway is a political reporter for the journal constitution, and he joined us from Atlanta. Jim thanks for getting on the phone. I enjoyed it greatly. Thank you. Coming up a game of thrones recap show that you can enjoy even if you're not a fan of the HBO series. Welcome back to the frame. I'm John horn. You've certainly heard of game of thrones the HBO series that is now in its eighth and final season. But what about gay of thrones gave thrones as a funny or die web series? That's been recapping game of thrones episodes ever since season three. The show is hosted by Jonathan van Ness. You might know him as the hairstylist and grooming expert on the Netflix show queer eye each week, a different guests like Gabrielle union or on a affairs sits down and Jonathan stylus chair for a pretend haircut and the to get talking about that weekend's episode of game of thrones with countless jokes and pop culture. References. Here's a clip from today's episode with actor and comedian Camille Johnny about a pivotal game of thrones scene between sir c and Tyrian. Lancaster? I bet you but evil no volume Carol Brady goes no dice. She's like, don't you tear us maternal instinct's against me. I am just as indicative and unreasonable as Amen that was recorded just yesterday, the funny or die studios in Hollywood where I visited a chat with Jonathan van Ness and Aaron Gibson the series creator and director, she's like don't you dare us. My maternal instinct's against me, I has been dictated and unreasonable as any man. She's like, don't you tear us nine maternal instinct's against me. I am just as reasonable. And I am just as and unreasonable as any man. When I sat down with Erin Gibson, and Jonathan van Ness after the shoot I ask van as how making time for gay of thrones works logistically with all his commitments for queer eye season. Seven shows the last season, I was in Atlanta shooting queer eye. So I would shoot queer eye Tuesday through Friday and get on a plane, and then come here do gave thrones get back on the plane, go back to Atlanta. And now this time I have said spoke to New York, and so Sunday mornings, I get up and I pop on a plane, and I get here, and then I come to show with everyone. And then I go home, and well, then I pitch all my jokes before everyone else gets pitch their jokes, which is really nice to me. So everyone's could stay up till midnight. And I tap out at night. And I'm like, oh my God. I'm so tired, which is the joke. But really I am. It's a lot like. We need you to be amazing on camera dies need to go to bed. What is it? Like when you guys are watching it is it like being Theodore everybody's talking about to the screen like, there's just constant banter. You making knows what does it sound like this new method where we're doing like one of our people will yell out the number. So it's like a scene one seemed to because we're all kind of writing while we're watching it. So there is some healing of the screen usually from me, but we turn the lights off we have snacks. And we right. We really are. There's a lot of typing are other tradition is that we always have ten degrees. We've had ten degrees every single year and shocked. Not sick of it. There are so many recaps of game of thrones. And what's amazing to me is how quick and how thorough they are? And when you're thinking about how you were going to both recap and episode and then do something. That's funny. How do you figure out? What is I? Because is it important that you get the story. Right. I and then at the jokes are what order they come in. I think it's always about serving the purpose of how Jonathan has regurgitated this show. So in my mind is always funny. I, but I do want this to be a cheat sheet for people who maybe don't watch game of thrones. And maybe one not feel like they're an outcast in society at work. So they do know what's going on. But first and foremost, it's about making this show funny, and allowing Jonathan to shine his very specific and hilarious light on a show. That is the most McCall thing on TV. The other thing that you guys seem to be really intentional about is making sure that you have the most latest pop culture references possible. So. So you just did an episode where you have a mayor Pete reference. There's a reference to the Boeing seven thirty seven max is that always like what happened that day that we can incorporate how do you think about what is and is not funny or worth including well, I have to say, you know, in in the episode from last week. It was all about Martina Hingis. This battle had more downs than Martinez. Hang stories his career. So I things are going great. She wins drilling open in ninety seven. Well, then she screws up at the French Open by serving underhanded, stuffy graph and gets booed off the court. But then she goes on to the lay at Wimbledon. Unfortunately, then she just positive for snow, which she denies. Let's what they love about. Our writing room is like it's really we are going to we're going to get an each we're going to go big. We're going to go niche gonna go. Now, we're gonna go eighty six we're going to go ninety four you don't know. Also, we might have a revolutionary war thing. Like, you just don't know what you're going to get last night we joke because we couldn't remember if we'd already made it, and it was a nodding hill reference, and it was. I'm just a dragon Queen standing in front of a murderous asking her to surrender. So how does the Martina Hingis reference come in? Because it goes on for like, two minutes. It's all of Martinez, tennis Greer the ups and downs. I forgot that she got popped for drug offence. There is a lot of research and detail in your Martina hanging story, we'll happen. There was as we air was trying to figure out a great analogy for something that has a lot of ups and downs. And we wanted to get through the battle scenes quickly because it was just a lot of carnage is a lot current and all the ideas that were coming up for something to had a lot of ups and downs. Just weren't feeling quite on the gay of thrones brand win all of a sudden Martina h'angus's underhand serve to Steffi Graf in the ninety nine French Open just leaped into my head. And I was like it's Martina Hingis tennis career, which when anything sounds like oh my God. It's Martinez tennis career adjacent to the battle of winter fell. I think it's just great comedy. You know, it's going to be good. When you are looking at an episode last night. Do you look to see how other people are joking about something to make sure that you're doing something different? I think by default of just you know, what this show is we are already doing something different. But I additionally wanna have safety nets in place by looking on Twitter seeing what everyone's talking about like, for example, the coffee Cup this morning everyone's talking about the coffee Cup. So how can we do it in a way where we're not actually like directly saying it? But like weaking at it. So like we had spoiler. We had placed different coffee cups in our set. But we never mentioned it. You know, we're trying to play a little bit cooler. And so where does that stuff fall that we wanna talk about that, we think is important, but not say the same things that all the other jokes that are being made on Twitter because they're being made instantly while people were watching, and we don't want it. We wanna make sure that we're serving different audience in a different type of joke. And also, I feel like sometimes when we all get onset like magical. Happen occasionally from like some improv on that. Or like when our guest comes in with specific experience or something. They went to add a lot of funny stuff like that to like from the people who we get to work with like last week with Gabrielle making a color purple joke. That wasn't in the script that was just her coming in and just bringing more magic to the show for cion. I hope him in the United in heaven. Oh my God. It's going to be like like when Nettie and Sealy get reunited in color purple. And I can't wait. We're talking with Jonathan van Ness and Erin Gibson about gay of thrones. This all started in Barbara share? Or do we call it a slaughter launch? I'm sorry. We all started us lawn chair couldn't recline that chair to shave errands face or not you know, how is the haircut. Well, John has been doing my hair for almost ten years. I met you in two thousand and eight no because I moved here nine, okay. So it must have been at nine in the end of nine by early two thousand ten I was like what's the hats dime, my own here on you were like, what are you doing? There was there was a little situation. When I when I took about two the shampoo to get ready for my boss, and I was like, oh my God. What's the, and that's when this will happen because I was working at funnier. Dia writer director, and I was at that point the only female on staff, and I was in the chair with Jonathan. He was recapping game of thrones to another stylus client. And he kept calling Robert. Rathi? And she, and I just thought this is really funny. So I went into funnier Diane. I was like, hey, I off the wall pitch. Can I bring my hairdresser? Who's never been on camera in here to recap this show? And literally this is the kind of place where they're just like. All right. So we did it. How important has gave thrones Ben to you? Because you're still doing it even though obviously since that first pitch a lot of change in your life. Yeah. It came through. So major to me. But really like get it was my first when Aaron said that I thought she meant like on a phone. I never really been like on a set. So I didn't understand like what we were really getting into. And then we have like Aaron I've done this for fifty three episodes together. Matt Massana our executive producer has been on this for fifty three episodes. And he was our first guest in the chair for the first episode ever. And so we there are people that have been on this show. Our core people have been on the show together since two thousand and thirteen. So it's like not only do I like personal relationships with them and look forward to getting to work with them right with them. Create together, we've created this like little magical baby together who people really like to get together and see which is so fun to do. And I feel like every other way that my life has changed which I knew I wanted to do here when I was like a four year old kid, and I always just wanted to be a successful hairdresser who didn't need to borrow money from anyone to cover my rent, and like just wanted to breathe, and when I started making stuff on camera with Aaron I got bit by severe case of I wanna keep making content bug, and my life has changed so much, but I would not have experienced like any of the changes that my life has experience. If it wasn't for my friendship with Aaron. And if it wasn't for her seeing potential in me that I never knew that I had. So I wouldn't be where I am an anyway if it wasn't forgave thrown. So there was no way I wasn't going to finish it out and come see my friends and get to make this finish. What we started, you know? But it was still obvious from the minute. You're talking in that chair to me like that you were meant to do this. Like, I wouldn't just put someone in chair on camera. If I didn't think that you had it in you to do it. You know, what I mean, it wasn't like some weird experiment rose. Let's see this is a failure. I was busy going to work because you're involved. But that's why I say that she is the usher to my Justin Bieber because she really did. Like discover she'd discovered me to me like I didn't even know that I could do any of the things that I've done. She was the first person was like, oh like ducklings potential. I didn't know Jonathan and Aaron thanks so much for coming on the show. Thanks for having us. Oh. That was Jonathan van Ness and Aaron Gibson executive producers of the web series gay of thrones on funnier died episodes, go up Tuesday on YouTube and on funny or die dot com. Coming up a singer from Havana who's known as the Cuban James Brown. Apple. Welcome back to the frame. I'm John horn US Cuba relations appear to be reverting to the Cold War era last month. The Trump administration announced a new Cuban policy reversing the changes President Obama put in place five years ago. Among the new changes restrictions on travel to Cuba by US citizens and Cubans who want to visit the US have to travel to a third country in order to apply for visas. But that didn't prevent a reason visit to LA by Sima funk. The singer whom billboard magazine named one of the top ten Latin artists to watch in twenty nineteen the frame contributor Beto ARCO spent some time with a singer whose called the Cuban James Brown. It's a Friday night at the no name restaurant and bar on. Fairfax. The blaze is backed with a couple of hundred people Seema funk and his seven Ps Ben deliver a blistering set of dance music. Sima funk is the brainchild of thirty year old Eric Iglesias, a self taught singer who moved to have Anna eight years ago from the province of banana, the real Iglesias did not attend Cuba's renowned music schools, and he doesn't come from a musical family. But he grew up solving a wide range of music, especially American bop, which you heard on cassettes in the family car every time that I could I get into the kind of night said. And I just literally kill the battery of the of the just Lisa music line Rishi and Michael Jackson's album invisible. This is my St. won't it also. Dan, look in DC. Iglesia has got his first break. He successfully addition to sing background vocals for pop singer row will pass began collaborating with different bands and projects. The. Iglesias joined interactive will collective project with some of Cuba's most prominent alternative music figures led by pianist Perleberg to carcass during the time he was with interactive will Iglesias and a couple friends created a cover band called la-z-boys, and he started to develop his own musical ideas. We say it was crazy with the rooms. I say may I need to start to spur sperm in the how I can I can know this way to seeing this way to to perform the the group. So I say, let's make a ban. We only gonna do cover from stadium for Michael Jackson. Once we understand what is about this problem that they have then we still the stuff that was the plan. But instead la-z-boys started making all kinds of other music like this one called what you think. Those boys got a contract to work for eight months on a cruise ship in the Mediterranean on the tour ended Iglesias had saved enough money to buy the equipment. He needed to records for style them. But he didn't have a name. He learned about the Cimarron culture. Runaway slaves in Cuba who created their own communities and live freely in the forest black people from many places for for many tribes from as usual places of all the all day was living together with difference. As sounds with different groups who different reverie tools with different maybe different gut, even and they all live together in they have to live together. Because was the only way to be to live without be slave. He called on some friends and together they came up with the name Sima funk combining Cimarron and Fung. Manager is at Rodriguez. He says the respected pianist, Greta carcass in gave him some valuable feedback. Deco epide- your own car, you're in a car leaving a concert on when he heard the record. He said this is going to be a big thing. That's the first time. I heard that chase. See my phone has been touring the US for the past six weeks making stops in sixteen cities, including south by southwest and Austin, New York, Chicago and New Orleans, but this is not a normal US door. I recently caught van having lunch and jamming San Polian park in LA skit row an area with a huge homeless population. We always try and make everything to ways as much as we can bring Cubans and Cuban culture and thought leaders to the US do show we bring a lot of entrepreneurs and cultural acts here that's calling Laverty the man behind Sima funk store Lavery is leaving expert on US, Cuba relations. He runs Cuba educational travel an organisation that takes Americans to Cuba doing the tour Laverty organized showcases for Google YouTube, a Netflix, I asked him why he took Sima funk to skid row. And he told me what the band said to him upon arriving two nights ago, we performed for Leonardo DiCaprio, and so that's just alone and a star studded lineup on a forty million dollar mansion in Beverly Hills. Overlooking all of the shitty and two days later, we're here in skid row and show. I think in terms of. Getting a taste of America, and understanding and also appreciating what they have another night Sima funk to part in Q and A and performance the Grammy museum moderator, Scott, Goldman Asti glitziest, if he considered himself, a renegade changing the perception of Cuban music Iglesias was candid. Recycled what he's done the reading. I know I know change any sort of doing things, I'm putting music stylishly. I put in this way this stuff. I put it together in a personal way. After the Kiana Sima funk perform two adoring audience that good not stop dancing, calling Laverty says Sima funk has the talent and division to become the biggest modern day human artists. So he is going to be the face accusa. He's going to be the cultural masseter of Cuba. And I think that serves a very important role in terms of allowing Americans understand the talent the kindness and the war of the Cuban people, which he clearly represent liberty says for sixty years, we've been relying on governments to resolve US Cuba relations, and they haven't done a very good job. But he believes cultural exchange can continue to build bridges, especially with artists like Seema funk for the frame. I'm bet to. And that's our show for today. Remember, you can follow us on Twitter and Facebook, you can find us at the frame, I'm John horn. Thanks for listening for back here tomorrow.

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Flour vs Corn Tortillas ft. Gabriel Iglesias

A Hot Dog Is a Sandwich

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Flour vs Corn Tortillas ft. Gabriel Iglesias

"The ramble tortillas are the best thing since sliced bread especially considering america bought more tortillas in sliced white bread back in two thousand ten but not all tortillas are created equal. there's a war brewing under the floppy surface and he got to choose the side lower for corn. This is a hot dog is a sandwich ketchup. Is this moving. Yeah but i send my cereal. So what makes no sense. Auditor sent a dog. I welcome to our podcast a hotdog sandwich. The show we break down. The world's biggest food debates. I'm your host josh. Share and your host nicole handy zodda and today we're joined by comedian and actor. Gabriel iglesias known for his shows. I'm not fat. I'm fluffy and hot. And fluffy as well as co starring roles in the magic mike movies. He's one of america's most successful stand up comedians performing to sold out concerts around the world and over nineteen million fans across social media. He executive produces and stars in his own. Net flicks comedy series. Mr iglesias where he plays a high school teacher working alma mater to help students reach their full potential hilarious sense of humor in southern california roots. Make us eager to discuss tortillas together. Locum gabriel hello. You could have just said he's a mexican dude who likes to. We're going to talk about. And i would have been happy with that and hold up. Okay okay so that was like our official bio right. That's like the approved by outside people by we. We copy and pasted from your website. But the real reason wanted to have you on is a bit that you did when you were doing a show in el paso texas and you were talking about chico's tacos. That's the real reason. I would have you on. Do you know what i'm talking about. The tikos tacos yes. Yeah chico's tacos is very much an paso thing. Every every city has their go spot and chico's tacos is passing thing all the way. I don't classify it as like legit mexican food mexican mexican. Food is more so like you know we're gonna we're gonna play with this and see what happens kind of deal like if someone said what's a good mexican restaurant no paso i can recommend a bunch of others but chico's more so like it's late. I'm drunk. I've got eight dollars. What do you want to do. Those are the best. Yeah there's there's too much like shredded yellow cheese on top of that until i really classify it as traditional mexican food. Well it's like they've they've they put stuff in tortilla they fry it then they pour like soup on it and the cheese. There's all kinds of different food mexican food thrown together and it's yeah it. Is i tell people it's the only time i've ever been able to drink attack. Oh that's amazing. It's funny you mention that because in in la we have tito's tacos with tito's tacos kinda the same deal race crispy fried corn tortilla. It's got that shredded beef inside all that yellow cheese and then the sauce they got is just so watery that you can drink like gazpacho salsa but it's delicious like you said you're drunk you got eight bucks you go to tacos. And here's here's a good rule of thumb to you. Want real legit mexican food. The restaurant either has wheels under it or no perman caress correct. Yeah if when you get out of your car if you're concerned for your safety or if your car still gonna be there when you get back. That's when you know that's better than a yelp review. The restaurant is that good so good. I'm willing to risk my life and this new car. That i don't know if i could pay for the safer. The restaurant the worst food vegan mexican restaurant in the nicest part of west hollywood grassy as mother. Al i've been no man. No that's not. That's not the i mean. There's there's no flavor you go to look people would for a reason you go look at all the beautiful people. The food is secondary tertiary when it comes across. Yes by the way Word vegan and mexican restaurant. Don't go together thank you. I've spent eighty bucks at glossiest madria. I pasha cheese. That's like having a diet twinkie. Just not it just does not know that there's a market for diet twinkies. I think we okay. We gotta get. We gotta get to the topic the whole thing. We're discussing so you're talking a lot about legit mexican food versus non mexican food and there is a stigma attached to flour tortillas that they are not legit mexican food although the historical accuracy. That is totally upper bay. But i'm curious. Gabriel your stance right. Now corn flour tortillas. What are you taking. Well if you're from the motherland you more than they're going to go for corn soybeans which is traditionally but see. I was born here. And i grew up having both and yeah flower for me. I prefer flower for the as i prefer mmm lower for a burrito but for a straight up taco corn corn is the way to go interested because it depends on what i'm going to eat. What point do you prefer like corn to flour because you're right like there's so many things that are flour tortilla can do a corn tortilla. Can't do mainly bent. Not as they can't bend because they don't got the gluten structures. I'm getting all scientific on your with gluten structures but you sound like is flour burritos flower. But what about tacos like are there tacos. Where you prefer flour tortillas of corn. I'll tell you right now. I had a taco two days ago. There was a chef that he's known for making fish tacos. That's his thing and he made me a swordfish taco on a flour tortilla and. I didn't know that they made the flour tortillas that same size it was talking to is. Yeah by the way that's another thing too. The reason why prefer flour tortillas bigger and you can do more You don't gotta make eight little ones. You can make two big ones. Yeah same thing with a burrito. You can't you can't really roll up those hormones. Who's who's a chef. You're talking about. Because i mean we're all where are you podcasting from. Are you in long beach. I'm in long beach. Nice whose Whose name schiff west. I can actually look up his whole thing. I'll enormous chef less. Please can save it for later. But i'm really curious going. We're we're all is on on the in la for the best ways which like for sure influences. Our decisions nicole. I'm curious about you. I don't know if you've ever talked about this casually you know. I do love a good corn tortilla. I love a good fresh corn tortilla as much as the next person but for me. It's always been flower just because it's accessible. It's easy and the flavor of the flour tortilla does not compete with what's inside of my little vessel albeit burrito taco a case dea whatever it is gonna compete though it can access can access. Sometimes let me tell you. Sometimes the corn does not accent for me. The first thing. I taste is corn and the last thing i taste none of. That's a bad thing all the time i like it. I enjoy it. But i prefer flower. Because it's a little bit more muted and that way. I can taste the beef better that we i can taste the salsa better that way i can taste the cheese better. That's how i feel. That's my steps. I do love corn. And i respect corn but i like floor just a little bit more. I'm there with you about found if you go to instagram. A look under dj west. I think he had another career choice in the beginning and said i'm clearly not mixing these records whether it should be mixed. Let me try tacos. He's got over fourteen thousand followers. His name is wesley villa. Wesley villa of galleria tacos. Yeah i've i've had his food times man awesome. He started with a frequent taco truck. Like you said the best best tacos are coming in on wheels so yeah so we. We did a little thing together. The that's going to be coming up pretty soon on. I don't even know what streaming service but he he made me some amazing swordfish tacos on flower audience. And i was very much like whoa. Whoa whoa because when he told me we're gonna use flour. I love laura is but i also know that tacos our go corn and i'm like we'll we'll we'll and then i started judging him like i was from the mother. And these these these grace. What are you think a bit the taco and i'm like oh my god. This is so freaking good. Yeah well. I mean there's there's one nicole thank you for speaking truth. Gabriel thank you for also speaking truth. Thank you for being vulnerable with me about your tortilla choices. But no i mean. There are a couple of chefs chef. Chef wesley. i mean. He's absolutely fantastic. I mean there are. there's another ray garcia. He owns a spot called. Bs korea in broken spanish out. There's people like carlos salgado talk. Maria there these chefs and especially their mexican american chefs. That grew up in california. Who grew up in these sort of fine dining kitchens who are now raising the bar on tortillas both flour and corn so so much so we're getting like the best dope is product that i've ever had because i grew up i grew up beaten like i don't know what you could probably just call white people tacos right with the el paso standing stuff. You know the hard taco shells that you buy you. Don't eat them up. You leave him stale. You put in like the season ground beef with the ortega taco seasoning in it and so that's the stuff i grew up eating or the mission flour tortillas but now i mean like nicole. We just have in the kitchen right now. Like heirloom organic stone ground. Tom allies blue corn tortillas. Where you taste the notes toasted corn and then also thinking about like our friends at burritos. Lapoma which. I don't know if you've been man burritos lapoma. There's one in santa ana and there's one in el monte to meet single greatest flour tortilla in la. It's my favorite food. They do that saado burritos and they do like the berea the race as well and it's unbelievable and so my heart says flower because of people like britos palmer and sonora town. You get that beautiful stretchy. Chew but then my head. I'm like corn tortilla has been around for ten thousand years. You know they were offered up as gifts. To the gods you know. And then flour tortillas kind of came in through colonial colonization all that and so. I don't know it feels weird for me. Especially as the white due to grow up eaten el paso standing stuff taco shells to save flower better. So let me tell you. The food also wanted has a lot to do with. It is the i guess. The the guilt the comes with it like let's say you're at a mexican restaurant. You place your order. I want this that the other thing. And then they ask you. What kind of tortillas and depending on the waiter you know you have a white wave is that what kind of tortillas you want you say quiet flower. Not a big deal. He writes it down and then he brings you what he brings it however if if your server is like is like mexican mexican from the motherland and ask you you know what. What kind of would you let. That's in spanish. Get blessed tortillas. Yes if you say flower flower. There's a little bit of feeling you can tell your instantly. You're instantly judged asking for flower tears. You know like fine like like it was a test. It's always whenever they ask you that question. Yeah that's that's that's how i feel that guilt. What i'm ordering loco on an app man. When i offer my grub speaking play which one oppo loco is an authentic mexican restaurant. They started in mexico. They moved to america. Later is delicious on carbone anyways when i order from the app and it says corner flour tortillas. I don't want the app to think that. I'm like colonizer. Getting flour tortillas not enough snow. No el pollo loco via postpaid i want the authentic stuff and so i feel like honestly there. There are bigger meanings behind all of this by the way. Mexicans don't really consider boy local mexican mexican restaurant. it's just a. It's just a restaurant that sells chicken. That has a lot of mexican employees that it makes sense that makes sense i am. I will tell you the boy boy local. Maybe a couple of little smaller chains. The offer. You south asia. They'll have certain menu items like. Oh okay they sell rose here as a dessert. And i'm sure a lot of it has to do with the price point. Because jurors are cheap to make cheap to make and cheap to by in large quantities and the sauces at the elbow. Do gotta admit they are pretty hit or miss. It's water there watering down. This also they hit the margins. And i respect that. It's the devil's bargain. That i play and i'm fine with it. For example i i prefer tackles those scorch oh not sauce over over boy locals salsa and you know it's like really it's a better kick for me in the in the tackle it is. I don't consider del taco mexican restaurant either just kept mean it's just it's open it's open at two am. I don't have to get out of my car. I am very safe. I i want i mean agreed about everything del taco nicole and i both up in southern california Del taco is like the only thing near me that was open. Twenty four hours. So you know you're you're like a seventeen year old kid you know you pile with all your friends at one of the morning and you go in to get the fifty nine set chicken soft tacos served on just the most flaggy flour tortilla that sticks to the roof of your mouth when you eat it and they got that the white mayonnaise sauce on it. Yeah but it's good though it's good though but also thinking about that plastic. He like i call it a wavy tortilla. Because there's so much bs in it that you just moves like a wave whenever you fold it around. There's something so nostalgic about that tastes that mission flour tortilla case for me. I don't know what it is. It's just no nostalgic. It's like me. Making a case that dea when i come home from school that is that flavor and that structure of gluten or whatever you wanna call it is just so familiar to me which is why i think i prefer it to corn. Most of the time you know what i mean the nostalgia i. I grew up with the same thing. Same the packs of either the mission floor the app or whatever they sold at the mexican market had the packet doctors tortillas and blue writing. And i'm like all right. Yeah i recently got my mom into tortillas corn tortillas. Because i buy them now because i like to have breakfast. Tacos belong on corn tortillas. Can we all agree on that. Oh not even a little bit. No you things that i think. It's strictly belong on flour tortillas. Whoa birkenstock talking about mr man. I'm not trying to start anything here. I'm just taking him back nicole. I'm shocked but no so. I mean this this comes down to a big regional thing right like so cal breakfast burritos for mayor where it's at nicole. We've talked to you like tacos. I'm typically a burrito guy. I love the big honking breakfast. Britos just chocked full of like hash browns. Or even use the tater tots straight out of the bag to me. That's absolute best but then breakfast tacos. That's a big texas tradition. And they make them on those like thick puffy tex-mex flour tortillas which is why i typically. I don't mess with texas breakfast. Because i'm a so cala breakfast. Burrito gay texas definitely has a different way of doing things. I do love tex-mex the who actually prefer tex-mex over traditional mexican food interesting a whether it's a breakfast taco or taco in the afternoon or not what night. Yeah the consistent it's like having three regular. Es fused into one and then they shrink the size of it and you could just you could put anything in it. So whether it's and by the way some of the best breakfast was i've ever had were at a gas station in texas. Gas stations are the go-to there's there's a lotta different like the laredo taco company. Mazing gestation tackles and you wouldn't think that's where you'd find them but there's lines outside the door like yeah. Yeah can i get fifty pop. Four gone passing. Oh shoot texas. Texas strictly for the for the gase should gestation tacos man. I've had the gas station tacos. And oklahoma and i'm i can't remember the company but i think i know exactly what you're talking about. We got like six. Am just in this gas station. It might have been a buddies. I can't really remember what what the big they got. A few different ones red stripe a. I'm trying to think of some of the other ones. It's been a while since i've been there haven't been out and about a year. Did something happened about a year. Could prevent you from staying home alive saving toilet paper. No reason we're open. This podcast is evergreen so people in to eat better want to hear about the pandemic they don't wanna hear world having fun eating tacos out there. No i always ration toilet paper actually know nicole. Nicole just bought me wet wipes because that's the that's the type of relationship we have is co workers that's the kind of co host. I am gabriel mazing. But then you get the environmental people will come after you. Can't you can't enjoy anything anymore. Know like oh shoot. I don't even a whole different guilt. I'm just going to get the arrowhead water bottles with the sport tip so you can squeeze it. That's what i'm going to start doing. 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I've had those exact ones as six in the morning in oklahoma in a county where they didn't sell alcohol so or they didn't sell cold beer even trying to go to a tailgate for an oklahoma football game. And so like. I wanted to this gas station. All the coolers were just turned off because they had to sell warm beer to try and prevent people from drinking it. But i remember having a brisket breakfast taco at their as i drank a a warm forty of liquor in six in the morning and it was absolutely fantastic. So that's right i mean. They got there like tortilla products that they got elsewhere that we don't got here and so there could be a cultural regional bias between our answers. It's a very good point. Yeah you'll definitely like for example about about Here in california. It's more of a soup for whereas in texas. That's more dry meet. The same needs like one goes on a taco. One goes into soup. Yeah well it's funny. The way the way people talk about mexican food is quote unquote authentic or not. Authentic like flour tortillas. I mean they're still dating back five hundred years in mexico. So in you know like The baja baja california and in sinatra flour tortillas a really big. I mean you go to to juarez and you'll get big old burritos in a flour tortilla. Obviously but i mean flour tortillas three hundred years older than the foundation of america. You know so like this sort of like. And they put down roots. And also you know texas california arizona. New mexico places where flour tortillas are big word just mexico one hundred fifty years ago you know until like these. These foods have like super deep roots. Which is why like people always say this thing they go. Taco bell isn't really mexican. i like how. I'm a white guy. And i'm using white person voice to say this. I don't know anything cool. Just use my normal voice. I'm cursing but anyways people say taco bell isn't real mexican food it's tex-mex and it's like even if you don't want it's not even it's not even text text real thing in tex- neckties all the dishes like you're talking about car. I remember the first time. I had carnegie. Sada douse the. I like regional tex next dish i had. I had it in college station. Texas at texas am for track and field meet night two pounds of carnegie sada before track and field me and it was the best breakfast i've like ever had and it was on those puffy flour tortillas so that's the case and you want and you won't find that in california and texas is very specific texas. Why don't we bring it. Well i know that there used to be some texas style. Restaurants like real real from san antonio a restaurant in west covina many years ago call taste of texas and i had a buddy of mine who came to visit me from san antonio and he goes man he goes. I can't find my food out here. And i go. I think i know a place and he goes. This place is legit. And it's because the owner was from san antonio so he would order to pork decided apples and then he'd order a brisket backbone and then the order some a bean-and-cheese with me and then he'd finished it off with a big red. Yeah big red is like their version of coke okay. It's okay it's it's it's it's a soda. It's ten thousand calories and bottle nice. It's it's pretty awesome. It's a big red. It's it's you know i've never heard of. I'm learning so much. Yeah you gotta go. Google big soda read sorta and. That's that's very specific. Gabriel how how would you describe the flavor of big red. I'm curious if he got nancy. It's man it's a mixture of it's it's like a fanta very of fruity but at the same time. It's like there's no it doesn't taste like a colour. It's not like a mountain dew. It's not like it's just one hundred. No more fruity through. Can you have an answer. I'm going to buy on amazon. And i'll let you know what the flavor are. Big rid big rig soda got order. Some breakfast tackles the gas station. And you finish off with a big rig nice. So everything everything tortillas. It's context dependent rate depending on like where you go because like you said like those texas tacos they don't taste right and corn tortillas you know but then likewise i don't know if you get like we go into the taco trucks in la like leo's tacos going there at two am and you get like you know the all shaved right off the spit you know and then kind of finished in. Its own greece and put right into the corn tortilla. That wouldn't taste not only with that not taste right on a flour tortilla. That wouldn't taste right on like nice corn tortilla. You know you need that like the so you'll talk about the tea you grew up eating. I grew meeting. My dad worked at a ninety nine cent store and oceanside california and they sold the aero thirty packs of tortillas for ninety nine cents so that's three cents per tortilla and so like my go-to snack grown up. You take the tortilla and you wrap it around a hot dog. And then you'd griddle it off the panfilova crispy in you dip it and catch up and so for me. That's like the nostalgic flavor is that like griddle toasted guerrero corn tortilla. That you know cost less than a penny to manufacture because they're cutting it with all kinds of stuff but style. Jake and i really love that. That's funny you made like five references already. That sound like you're talking about drugs earlier. You're like yeah. This is a certain kind of product that i like. And i'm like woo. They cut it with something else. I'm like man. I think he has another podcast that he's not talking about the one interpreting it man. I'm just saying words out here. Put that on yourself. These are keywords. I've been I've been watching all these netflix documentaries. There's a new one call dope and so there's like ten episodes and all i keep hearing this product and it's with and in order to make better prophet and a better product and i'm just right. Now that you're mentioning. They'll cutting like mixing certain elements in are specific protea. I don't know if you guys have ever been to new mexico. I've had mexican native american fusion type of a few restaurants when they have a fry. Bread native frozen. But i've heard of it. It's like a tortilla and pita bread. Had a baby the best way i can describe it. And they'll they don't care they'll make it small they'll make it big but it's native. Freiburg is really really good One of my growing up was navajo. and his. The first time i ever had manu was actually from his dad. 'cause i mean so many like native people in that region obviously have roots in mexico and for the first time i had nudo was with fry bread and it was like fantastic. Isn't that spicy broth soaked up in that crispy bread and i was just like an experience that will never forget that man. We're not even limited to corners flower. There's a whole world like you're thinking i'm thinking about like top base right. It's literally like lebanese immigrants. In mexico in the eighteen hundreds tried to like re everyone has their version of the one hundred percent man makes the best tortilla is lava from from the levant area. Maybe it's john being from china. Maybe that's the best idea tortillas of spread around the world and. i think that's beautiful. Because when i went to india. They have the banana bread. Ninth grade is so freaking. Good so good. And that's pretty much like a san antonio tortilla we'll hit hardest keeps circulating but to answer the age old question flour corn. I'm still going flour Nicole of you know no. I'm with him man. i'm with him. My heart says one thing my brain seasons another. But when i come together and i really break it down and really really really breakdown. It has to be flower. I'm i'm trying to think of the best taco experiences i've ever had. I'm trying to think about like if there's one discernible experience that i can. I can take over another one. That would explain this. I'm thinking about my favorite flour tortilla. Ever had that's burritos. The palme sonora down is a close second. Low key does good ones as well. Britos that which is the one. That's in santa ana second actually. I want to document this one here. Burritos la palma. It's so palmer in in san. That's correct okay. I don't. I don't know i don't know very many safe places in san got family out there tells us restaurants legit man it's orange county. It's safe burrito us with an accent like you'd freak out anyways but then there's also some fantastic had at broken spanish radar was doing this. Alta california cuisine tacos clans in whipped lardo in like he specifically put that on there on this extra toasted blue corn tortilla where like the corn was an actual character of the dish and those such an incredible experience. And so. I don't know how to weigh those two. I'd like to think that the ceiling of a corn tortilla is higher. But the floor is also lower. So that's some bad corn tortillas me the ones that are that are just like kind of brittle and dry and don't taste like anything especially when they're not cooked so i don't know i'm not going to take a stance this is maybe the first time that i won't take a stance because i love both of them so much that special and never mind. Corn corn wins updating corn. Screw it you both had flower. I need to give corner win. Fine fine nicole in gabriel. We've heard that you. And i have to say now. It's time to find out what other wacky ideas are rattling out there in the twitter verse time for a segment. We call i. We got at bulky sam as a texan i've gotten over waterberg reverse in and out. I've only tried the latter once but it was at a texas location. I will say though shake shack. Lived up to the hype got shake shack verse in and out verse whataburger. Okay a dog in this fight. Because i've never had water burgers so i'm just gonna shake shack versus versus. What a burger. There's there's no comparison. Okay you can. You can compare in and out burger day. I've been texas a million times. I consider texas. I've spent many late nights at. What a burger What a burger has an incredible menu. You can eat breakfast. You can have lunch. You can have dinner. It's big big menu. Big man shake shack is not part of the same conversation shake shack meant that the guy didn't have money for whatever. That's that's what is it going on there or he can find a what a burger or shake shack is across the street shake. Shack is okay but to compare To try to put it in the league of what a burger in and out. You can't do that no no. That's like trying to put a weber's bread in conversation about corner flour tortilla plus shake shake shack four times. The price of any of these spots. I grew up. i live. I've been to water. Burger probably a half dozen times just travelling through texas to the quality. Doesn't live up like you said what. A burger is the great menu. I love their their lay. Patty melt sauce that they do they do that spicy. Catch up to. Yeah i like that stuff but to me. What a burger quality-wise on the same level as jack in the box which is a regional california thing. And i'm jack in the box. I like me a good jack-in-the-box breakfast jack. But to me. Water burger the quality doesn't compared to in and out. But i'm also biased. Also in and out is very specific to a burger. Yes it's not. It's not twenty different things you know and anytime you focus on one specific thing. You're probably going to do that much better. Whereas if you spread yourself too thin so yeah the the we're talking about just the burger itself definitely in and out all day every day. It's always fresh. It's always chris. The cheese everything about the burgers is incredible. But if you want variety and you know. I could eat at waterberg in and out to three days. Max unless there's influence. And then i can see that. That's a different different conversation. But yeah all right. Our next opinion is by colorful defoe. One jerky is just meet. Raisin jerky is just meet raising. Her goes reason that would sound so much better in an accident. In turkey's turkey's just meet raise. My mom's accent really quick. Jackie is just meet raising. Just meet reason someone discovering it for the first time all you took all the moisture out of it and that's what you get. That actually makes sense. Yeah i can't argue it meet raise. This is incontrovertible truth. mailed it and it's a good thing. I agree all right. We'll see pit crab salad on pork. Rinds is a great low carb snack crab salad. You know what. I'm a big big fan of imitation crab Just i love imitation crab more than real crab. Like i'm one of those guys that will go to go to sizzler. They used to have a salad bar and they'd have the little the little seafood blend and it was mostly. It's imitation crab opening care. Shreds in it too. You're talking i'd always. I'd always push all that stuff straight i got. It would mess up display. Pull out all the all the imitation crab. And i'd leave all the other. Whatever is in it on the side. Yeah ooh that sounds really good pork rinds. And yes it's very kito. I guess if you want say that it ain't kosher we. I'm curious about your sizzler. Buffet strategy what is your strategy to hit a similar buffet. because because i got thoughts sizzler buffet man. First of all. I miss it sizzler. Buffet salad bar but man. I think i think lettuce is the last night wound up on that place. They're out they'd have a really good they had the little taco station. They'd have the chicken wings station pasta station and then you know soups. And so i do that. Round i and then i add a little corner with some lettuce and a little cottage cheese. And but that's usually when i find the imitation crab and then you'd see a big amount of imitation crab on my plate. Man's i grew up going to the sizzler. Buffet all the time because kids used to eat for nine cents. And i feel like. I talked about this all the time but even as an adult going back like they would have the dino nuggets and then they have the whole taco bar. You can load up dino nuggets with like the karnataka's and the nacho cheese and they got the salsa that has been sitting there for so long that it gets a little fizzy from the fermentation but it still probably fine. They got rid of their corn. Fritters though i don't know if anyone knows what the heck i'm talking about corn fritters. Were so good. they're gone. I went with my grandma. Not a corn fritter incite so. I made spaghetti hard. Shell tacos and that was it. Bring back the corn. We're gonna make facebook page for the two of you. Gabriel you got way more influence than either of us man. If anyone can bring back the corn fritters to the sizzler. You've got it. You know what i. That's one of my biggest flexes is keeping something on a restaurant. Menu that's blacks. That's power man. That's that's that that was one of my biggest sexes right there. Just like wow. I saved it in here in long beach. There's a there's a restaurant called who seals barbecue. Yeah it's a. it's really really good barbecue restaurant. It's been here for twenty plus years really really good and one of the things that they had on the menu that it was like a test item which was talking about pork rinds. They had chicken skin so it was like chicken skin teacher on basically portraying but it was important it was chicken and it was spicy so mixed the spicy oil and it was like you swear. You're eating just regular pork rinds. But it was chicken skin and it was on the menu for a few months. And then i showed up one day and it was gone and i sent up tweet. I went on instagram. And i told the story and tagged him. And i said oh my god. That was my favorite thing ever. That's the reason why. I always come here to the restaurant. I can't believe it's gone. And what want up doing is they. They said from now on when you come to the restaurant you can order it. We're not gonna. We're not gonna put it on the menu in it's in the back and i'm like oh my god so yeah absolutely flexing some clout. I am color me impress. Gabriel that is next. Level that story's going on my mood board and that's that's that's the main reason why keep going back to lucille. Always been awesome good barbecue and stuff but that was awesome. That wonderful that customer service. That's wonderful. I would just go for that great customer service. Honestly that's amazing. Also this opinion of the crab salad in the pork rind gave me indigestion. I can this is too fat. And he i think i would. You know what it's not going to give you carbs okay. But you know what would suck on. Let me tell you. I would need to suck on a lemon after i eat this. This is too much for me. I know there's carbs and lemon. There's technically like to carbs and lemon. You can't outta here you can't happen this sugars and eleven. You're not gonna be kito anymore. The funny thing is though kito snacks. Whatever like i know some people are doing it for health. But for the most indulgent thing in the world you're in fried pork skin in crowded matinees. Which is where i intersect with akito community. Where i'm like. You're making a whole sandwich out of a brick of cheese. I'm into that for different reasons for sandwiches. Those kito benefits is different. I'm not so into let me read this next opinion. Alex underscored court says bread pudding is just a french toast. Cake bread pudding is just the french toast. Get into the mind and lord of the ring. Wow you blew me away with beef raising this. Actually yeah. that's pretty good. That's i gotta agree with that. Yeah this is the level of high minded philosophy you getting the opinions or like casseroles. Yes and our big brain. We have thousands of these. It's unbelievable the type of stuff someone sends us. We have taken bread pudding. I've put that in a bundt cake mall and put it into cupcake molds big on bread pudding because it's lazy man's cake and i also have old bread and questionably old eggs and so that's that's going into bread pudding cake baby I agree with this. This is a great opinion and this is brilliant. Whoever wrote this is probably a genius. They're probably like a doctor. Like a phd from probably have a phd or something at least like cal. State northridge matadors at least go matadors at wacko bastard. J. whitebread creamy creamy peanut butter. Strawberry jam dipped in campbell's chicken. Noodle soup is one of earth's greatest gifts. What is the person's name again. This is wacko. Bastard wacko bastard. I don't even know how you guys pick this guy when you had those first two that were so just next level like mind blowing and then you you brought it right back to the trailer park. We did multiple. I'm going to have to disagree with this one. Oh you bet. Did you grow up doing like a weird thing with food. That people would have that opinion about well. Let me see. I grew up eating stuff. Like top rahman's ma'am rice shoot. Different kinds of tortillas breads. Not nothing really that. Like wow you know i mean if. I made a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Dip dip it in anything. I mean by put bologna in certain things but not really nothing that sweet and salty together and just you know i had. I had my thing like but not like not on this level this level to me. This is not an appealing textual flavor. Contrast that i would enjoy. I don't think things like that. Meant a lot to me as a kid like i would. I would microwave a ham and cheese hot pocket every day before school. And i would put in a single scrambled egg in the middle. And i'll just push it in with my fingers sub kind of figuring a hot pocket every i don't know what was going on with with ten year old man. That sounds ten times more tempting than earn fair. I'm trying to give took out if you took out the peanut butter and jelly jam. Whatever it was just the bread bread and that campbell soup together. Yeah absolutely when you mix those other things it's like i don't get it. This is like probably a weird thing that they did from childhood. Like back to when they're feeling sad. This is what i think. This opinion is and that's beautiful in a way that to me. That's foods about you. Know no based on that mixture. Ease really needs help. Oh bastard maybe find someone to talk to. You can talk to this. We're friendly the grin eight me. My husband alfred sauce in his spicy rahman the seasoning packet. Mix is incre- into the creamy. Alfredo perfectly. I don't know if you guys are big on tiktok and stuff. But recently they started doing mayonnaise in their top. And it's been like a crazy viral thing this the same exact concept except has a little bit of cheese in it and no eg this like a little bit different than me because mayonnaise hot man as is the thing that people did not seem to enjoy. I i'm i'm fine on it. Gabriel opinions yes. Yes i do. You know what i was doing that way before tiktok saw and i remember earlier i mentioned top ramen. I mentioned the ingredients. So yeah sometimes throw mayonnaise or sour cream. You know in mixed mixed mix it up. And then maybe a little bit of patio to it to give it a little spice and that that was a that was a meal itself so alfredo sauce mixed with top prominence. It's basically ghetto pasta. It's ghetto pasta. Makes sense and i don't see i don't see a problem with that. Sounds actually really good. That's very very macgyver. Grew up making trailer. Park pad thai where you take you. Take a little bit of sugar and peanut butter and mix it with the top. Roman i would get the spicy shrimp flavor that got the most citric acid in it and then i realized that the kids got that sour by now do the peanut butter and bit of sugar in there. I think i use like sweet and low one time and it was just laying around my dad put in his coffee and so yeah like we all have our little rahman acts and that's good eating right there the peanut butter. That's very inventive. Thank you very invented. Thank you sir. I love food. Especially that's in particular non like. I never thought to try to myself. Josh never ceases to amaze me how different we are in our lives but our foods are those parallel. Because i used to put ice with peanut butter. Then tapa te'o in my top ramen and that's just crazy how similar that is can't believe it again. My mind has been blown. That's so funny. I mentioned my. My dad worked at nine cents store and we would get this. It was a thai sweet chili sauce. More corn syrup than the real tights. Thai sweet chili sauce note. Put that sometimes do at mica j. martinez in my town. There's a combination cipolla and panda express. Let me tell you. Orange chicken and chow main chipotle burrito will change your life. Yes and that needs to happen i. Where do i invest in a restaurant. That would do that. She and panda express express to my favorite go. I love both of them. And the idea of having a fusion of asian and mexican style orange chicken abruzzo with some some noodles and some rice I haven't seen your eyes lit up. When we red orange chicken chow main briscoe. I saw the joy physically. Just explode at you glinting your i those beautiful i. I don't know how to tell you this but it's happening right now at the panda express innovation kitchen in westwood. Nicole talk about. I sure do know i thought it was in. Rosemead isn't it. Oh you're right you're at your age. Rose googling it. I expert fact checker here. It's in pasadena. We were both wrong way. It do process it off foothill. He's already googling the direction way. Is that that one that one is one doing your fact checking. Yes mayor one. You're the best dude since one. You've just been crushing it on this. Podcast is unsung here of the gas. But yeah they're they're making orange. Chicken chow mein burritos at this panda express innovation kitchen meeting. They okay there. There's something about the texture of noodles inside a tortilla that like. I don't love but the fried rice the fried rice with the orange chicken and you get some sort of thing. Sounds good want has already pulled up the video Do they do. They grill the towards. Because i think you have to grill the tortilla on my god yo do they also make they're also making a boba at this pex look at that. My mouth is watering this man so late aaa though tried to open up their own like asian restaurant called shop house yeah. They did where but they weren't doing burritos they bowls and there was only one shop house could get it in a burrito was on west third was gonna say i went there this i wanted to check it out because years ago here's another up a little flex out there for you. I did a tweet. And i talked about how much i love And she sent me an actual celebrity card that allowed me to go to any people in the world and get free food. When i found out that this restaurant chop house opened up. I research to see if i could use my card there. I would have paid. But i was just wondering because i thought she bought the fact that it was. I wanted to see what was all about. Yeah and so. I went and it was. It was a you. Could you could see the vibe that people but it was very much different experience. I only eight watts so it wasn't like they put the two together. It was a number thing. And i just wasn't feeling it's funny the way that the whole time we we've been talking about you know what's authentic i. What's not versus what's nostalgic and what we grew up on like. I have so much love for you. Know authentic sichuan cuisine and cantonese. And all this chinese food out there but man panda express. It hits pan like orange chicken. There is nothing better on the face of this planet. And so like you get a company to pull. It's like we're doing south southeast asian food and it's like i don't know man i kinda just want the fried chicken with that with that candy sauce. That's good stuff They did have wraps but again. It was a little bit rapa burrito. Find out when it comes to a chinese place. I need i need a little bit of authenticity like unless and unless the cook the staff is getting yelled at by the server. I need to hear the staff getting yelled at it. Needs to be some violence in that kitchen steamy and then it's quiet and then you see the gold cat with the padres going down. I wanna i wanna grandma to start yelling at me when i try and take a picture of the food that's happened before and that's an experience that i want. You know they come out of the back and they start yelling at me. And i'm like i apologize. Do not mean to offend it. Sounds like we need to go get. Go get some britos together. I mean to me. That's the natural progression of this. I i know you know something in the world has happened to which people can not freely travel etc. That's over soon. We gotta go travel. We're all in the same area. Gabriel wh come to you man. There's some there's some great. I'm fully vaccinated as of now. I will be returning to touring soon but let me tell you you know so. People are going to argue about the whole vaccine thing but i will tell you. I have a different level of confidence now. I'm not afraid to go outside. Yeah nicole nicole. You're the first of us get vaccinated. Mazal tov through get vaccinated. Now take advantage of it. Honestly you're the driving force Yeah i mean. I don't know this is the time to spread some provex messaging but jeez go get vaccinated. I had. I had a great time. I had to wait around the cvs for fifteen minutes after they stuck me to make sure that you know nothing bad happened. And i bought. I bought a pint of ice cream. And i ate some haagen-dazs pecan not a sponsor is my car in echo park. And i had a lovely time. Well i mean thank you all for listening to a hot dog as a sandwich in to enjoy more gabriel iglesias you can make plans to see him on stage in texas as june tour details at fluffy guide dot com gay. Got anything else to plug. Where can people find you all that. Good stuff. I am the easiest person to find on the internet. All you need to do is google the word fluffy if you google. The word fluffy own the word. So i'm the first thing that pops up. So i challenge you just google. Were fluffy i come before bunnies quilts. Comforters con candy. I am the number one fluffy thing on the internet and that took a lot of work. You sure are that is epic. What furry if. I google. Furry what happened. Don't google sure. That's that's not whatever you do. Whatever you do don't google fluffer. That's a completely different job. Descript need them but they're in demand and now that the very much demand and very much underappreciated. How but hopefully they'll unionized. And and there'll be more work for everyone but whatever the case you guys thank you so much. This was a lot of fun anytime. I get to talk about things other than just stand up. It's always an experienced. I stand by my flower choice. And i look forward to trying out some of these restaurants you talked about. I'm gonna reach my buddy chef wesley now since we got the confirmation record. And i'm going to give me some more of them Swordfish tackle fleas demand. I'll be right behind you. Gabriel thank you so much. I mean honestly we could tell how much you love food and everything that the light in your eyes Absolutely beautiful and if you want to hear more from us here in the mythical kitchen. We've gotten upsets for you out. Every wednesday he to be featured on opinions. You liked casseroles. You can hit us up on. Twitter admits chef or and hendy sodden with the hashtag opinion casserole. And of course if you want to share pictures of your dishes up on instagram at mythical kitchen and please google fluffy and not fluffer although thank you gabriel for taking half your time to plug your new tour by just plugging the flavors of the world unionizing. Because that's important to both the really important show. 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Soup Does Not Exist

A Hot Dog Is a Sandwich

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Soup Does Not Exist

"Flammable world shopping for essentials online. These days in now you can get rewarded for it with the bank of america. Cash rewards credit card. You can choose earned. Three percent cashback on online shopping essentials. The essentials have never felt more rewarding visit bank of america dot com slash more warning to apply now copyright two thousand twenty bankamerica corporation. gazpacho soup. You're rahman's there's the whole wide world of soups out there. What if i completely blow your mind right now. What if i told you soup. It doesn't exist. This is a is a sandwich. Smoothie yeah i but is my cereal so what makes no off a hot god. Welby podcast hotdogs a sandwich the show we break down. The world's biggest food debates. I'm your host josh. yashar. And i'm your host nicole hindi's oughta today. We're we're not having a typical debate right like we're not doing waffles. Pancakes talking about if boneless wings wings. No we're not. We're talking about a greater existential concept. That's very important to me and that nicole is that there's no such thing as a soup. I'm so upset there. Why are you upset. Because i come here. And i've expected to do a job in my face twenty minutes before i'm supposed to come and sit down and do my job and you say hey. Did you know that soup doesn't exist. And i'm like a not this again. I do think it's hilarious. That like you know. Your background is in like food. Styling and recipe may working. Cd company is you. You've done a lot of different things. And then also now we're just like hey so Joshua's is completely insane idea. That doesn't make any sense. Do you want to go host. A podcast was prepared to do after. Like you know. I don't know making mac and cheese to scale thousands of boxes at walmart. Um yeah well anyways here we are so my whole thing about why soup does not exist. This actually came about because when we were doing the podcast about best pizza. Styles with amanda. Hesser who is such a lovely guest we had. We had an opinion casserole where someone said soup is not a meal and that got me thinking because obviously you and i enjoy- soups like fun. Rahman meet them lot in the office. Those are obviously very large meals. Anyone who's eaten for in gotten the afterwards. You know the itis fight. It's not just the itis known as the itis three. Eat a large amount of food in. You just collapsed on a couch for anywhere between twenty minutes. This the itis. I'd ever heard this never heard of the itis. Oh my god. I live the itis trevor yesterday. Eight the giant and beata burrito. That i made an immediately got the and passed out at work like a colloquial term or is this a real thing is a new term. It was probably big. And i feel it probably came from a comedian that i would be embarrassed that i listen to like. It was probably like a carlos urge. Gabriel i still am gabriel iglesias but probably probably like one of them created it okay but anyways point is fun rahman or obviously meals but when this person said soup is not a meal. I knew what they were referring to. They're referring to like a progresso can of minestrone or tomato soup or something like that could fill you up pau. You'd take a lot of tomato soup to really fill you really no. I can eat like a bowl of tomato soup. And i'm happy but you would consider that like a meal to eighty three pound thereto in like fifteen minutes. There's about a pound of beef in each of those burritos that we they were goodell down like it was my job and literally was that day. Put the point as this person is saying. Soup is not a meal and that led me to think about the fact that our definition of soup is so so broad because it can range from something like tasteful shot of gazpacho that you sip at a winning in temecula okay giant bowl of rahman meaning that the term soup is kind of useless in. This is actually coming from a very real place as a very famous phrase i believe. Bbc actually has a podcast produced based on this idea that is. There's no such thing as fish. Stephen jay gould is a biologist and he is famous for this notion that there is no such thing as a fish meaning that fish do not share any sort of common biological ancestor. Technically if there's any biologists or taxonomic or whatever out there they'll say that yes they do but also things that are not fish have that same biological ancestor as well anyways is a salmon is more closely related to a camel than it is a hag fish however. Yeah that's crazy because hag fish. They don't have jaws and sam developed jaws in the only continental. That's the only commonality. Right is that they're underwater which is to say the only commonality. No hike fish kills. I don't even know if fish guilty like don't have is. There's these like gross. They alerted they have one of the only animals. Maybe the only animal to have lamb. Praise also have teeth but no jaws. Okay gotta live hag fish in. The studio wants their fish off. The goes to california there. Are these nightmares. The point is they're both classified as a fish because they kinda just like live underwater and they lay eggs which is the same way that soups are classified together soups because they are like liquidity foods. Right i don't think it's fish. Big mistake do their brutal also. Apparently they're really delicious though. Okay it's a big. There's a like an ill. Yeah you're telling me. Ill isn't related to sam and not only that nicole and is not even related to a hag fish. I have no bones in eels have had fish or invertebrate. I believe this to be true in vertebrates which is one of the earliest sort of like splits in evolutionary biology. We're gonna get like actual smart people in the comments who are just like everything you're saying is wrong and that's fine because i'm not here to debate evolutionary biology certainly not here to debate evolution. Boy no nothing about that. All i know is when i see a video of chimpanzee doing stuff thrown its pooping and madonna. Dan i'm like yeah i can see. I can see how i was that. Have you heard of travis. The chimp notice travis travis. The chimp was a famous chimpanzee. Though isn't like film movie beloved by his family and neighbors and then one time he attacked his owners friend because she was holding his tickle me elmo doll radar right off the dome. I don't know how. I remember the sack toyed but He will his tickle me elmo doll which he loved her dearly dearly and then attacked her face and limbs like she had two fifty like fifteen surgeries and. Like really sucked. I shouldn't be laughing but there is always a small part of me that like when someone has like a very wild animal as a pet and then something bad happens. I'm always just a little less sympathetic. Yeah there's a very upsetting to me at least tiktok video that everyone including my girlfriend who sent it to me. It seems something. it's very cute. This is the most the monkeys name is. Gaetan is tiktok. There's a video of a woman who has a domesticated tiny. Maybe it's a capuchin monkey and his monkey wearing a diaper. It's hopping out or kitchen. It's just screaming in the monkey climbs into the fridge in grabs a thing of reddi whip that is about the size of this tiny monkeys body in the monkeys just screaming and it's shaking the ready whip gate and he wants them you want some whip cream and monkeys continues to shriek and she sprays whipped cream and his monkey's hands and he starts devouring this like manmade process. Sugar food and this monkey is just screaming with a blood lust for ready. Whip with cream and to me. I'm like how his man polluted nature so much. They had this tiny monkey in a diaper screaming and fending for whipped cream. Travis was on the maury povich show to this cheat on his fiancee and get a paternity test on the maury povich. Show one of those like like. I have a weird thing about me. Can you guess what it is audience. And they're like you have a tail or you have a chimpanzee audience votes and field. Well what what are we going back to. We gotta get back to my point is there is no such thing as a fish because it is such a broad term that is not meaningfully describing things that are so far away from each other in the same way that to me. The term soup means nothing because if all it describes as liquidity foods that can encompass anything from gazpacho to polish fruit. Soup to a large bowl of ramen to me. The term soup is absolutely meaningless. There is no such thing. I would go further nicole to say that there is no such thing as a beverage josh. I don't believe we can separate foods based on levels of moisture. I firmly believe that literally had a tiktok concept called name that sue china. Tell us that we live in a society. Yes we do. go on. please take the floor. The floor is your. I'm saying that. I'm using the tools that people have given me like. Obviously i know that people recognize the term soup. I don't think it's right if i go to a diner. I'm not going to be like. Hey soup doesn't exist but give me that french onion liquid. So what is the point of this. What what is your point here. What are you trying to do with this. Prompt are okay That's actually a great point and that you should really ask me that question anytime we just like. Hey josh what are you trying to do. What's the point of all this. My thing is i do believe that. Through in a very like america centric lens we tend to disrespect soup. And this is actually where. I'm going with this and i absolutely believe this right. And so we get people who are in the opinion castro things. Like hey soup isn't a meal while discounting the importance of soup like would you argue. That soup is more important in damn near every other culture but america think soup is important in america. Do you like i mean. think about. We don't eat nearly enough soup compared to the entire world. Well that's because he also live in california and it's a very beautiful lovely temperate climate but people are sucking down chowder their second non-charter but she can noodle be split pea and ham. Yeah you ever had a what. Does that soup tortillas chicken tortilla soup from. Cbk come back to. The idea of making a soup is that you are typically using every single part of an animal right like if i see korean income gitonga right. It's made with goat neck and stuff. And i think in america where like typically kind of a of using maybe like the off parts of animals what we've deemed off parts. So i just want people to reconsider the idea of soup and not Infanta lies it. I don't think soup infantilized. I think it's commodified in a very specific way because whenever people think of soup most people in america will just think of campbell's yes through soup is much more commodified in the united states. I don't think it's in. What did you say infantile infantilized. And i don't think it's not as like respected. I just think people have just had their soups canned in. Bpa filled containers their lives. I found out until the nineteen twenties. Campbell's sold canned turtle soup. What's but in a real turtle. No no real turtle soup no way. Yes so campbell. Have real turtle soup that apparently was like turtle soup was really popular in like one colonial times in america. There's like tons of snapping turtles and respite made its way back to britain and then people just got sick of having to like breakdown turtles these turtles. Because can you imagine killing eternal. Rip out of his shell sounds brutal campbell's in the nineteen twenties. It's just like you can just make giant badges this turtle soup put it in cancer selling it and everyone was like your honestly. Now there's sending can like us pretty gross. Yeah and then. They stopped. But i would love. I know we do the discontinued snacks on. Gm wanna try to find a canon turtle soup. I think it's worth it. I think if we can find a camp turtle soup from one thousand nine hundred eighty s. Try to pitch it. Someone's depr- i mean when i cleaned out my grandma. Depression era gloves been hoarding. Get one hundred. He and that's the only thing i care about anymore saying when i cleaned out my grandma's cabinet when she moved i lake legitimate found spices that expired twenty years ago. Multiple that by five. You got someone's grandma out there gotta have a can of campbell's turtle soup i believe this. Did you know that my mom has a as a can of can. It's a jar of pickled vegetables. That are the same age as me under her bed is it is for for good luck yes really like and then like whenever i think i get married i give to my first child. We're going to pop that stuff. Open buddy you can eat it. Yeah it's it's fermented. Yeah but i mean like you don't have any any sort of worries about no. It'd be doing it for centuries wiz is like an actual tradition. Your your no no no. It's a very common thing. It's t tour she. It's pickled vegetables or we do garlic a lot of the time and it's like the liquid is black as god. It's a black liquid and then you take it out and it's like this beautifully pickled clove and it's like it's really old but it's really good so like may i don't know let's you know when i an open when we're in some really interesting. It's like under her under her bed with soup zip so not only do i not believe savings i that got me thinking like what can be the base minimal definition of a super. Especially if you consider it like noodle soups and this whole don't think we should consider a noodle in the soup as being a defining factor but i mean to me that makes it like a large meal but i guess you could do the same with potatoes or any sort of starts to be a big enough also to constitute the original question. That was posed. That really got me. Thinking soup is not a meal. I guess it wasn't a question. Like a very weird demand like subas. I imagine this person got served soup as a meal and they very angry and for some reason. We were there outlet which i really respect that. We've become that for people. Thank you for making us your official sounding board of bad food we punching dear hustler's aspiring. Ceo's and workaholics. Despite what the entrepreneur community tells you you don't need to exist on four hours of sleep to be productive enter click up a completely customizable work platform with all the features. You've ever needed to build your business all in one place tasks docs spreadsheets chat. Goals and more. This is the future of work. Join one hundred thousand teams across companies like airbnb google and uber who are already using click up to level up their productivity and save one day every week guaranteed click is free forever so get started at click up dot com slash cadence today. So what constitutes soup. Yeah what's the minimal. Something plus water. So you were talking about. I was thinking about really watery pastas because you talked about during our pasta shaped episode your food culinary professor. Yeah yeah he would like add chef chef school to me. It's like hogwarts potions. Professor of sauces doctors sasha really dope traps. Dj name but no. You mentioned him pouring water into the boss. I know that's just loosen up the sauce but then he got me thinking about the last time. I went to shout out the little. Tony's the official italian american restaurant of me a little. Tony's when you're here you're italy that's the catchphrase. I made up for them. When i was like tony's in north hollywood on the corner of violent and lankershim i believe in all my god. He gotta go sell like a thirteen dollars bottles of wine. Don't they make money on it. But it's great because everyone at the table get one and then they selling nine dollars spaghetti. For some reason. They're veal. parmesan is cheaper than chicken. Parmesan i don't know the economics there that giant yellow sign. That just has like design lasagna spaghetti and like the like is missing from ravioli anyways. So magical please. Narnia stand tastic. It is the type of place. Which is i'm getting to a point here when you order the spaghetti right. They're not saying it in the sauce thing. A little tony's time for that you pay at eight dollars for take spaghetti straight from the water onto the plate. And then put some like watered-down tomato sauce on it so the bottom of every bowl of spaghetti is at least a half cup of pinkish tomato water. Okay so that soup is what. You're trying to tell me. Last time i was idiot. I ate the last bit of this spaghetti with soup spoon. Nicole you tell me. That's a soup no separates that from rob. What did it call tony. Known a little tony's with ny. Tony with an i. That's jus surveys. But here's the thing. I think the sun from little. Tony's took over like the bar area and he just calls it like cool tony's or something like cool guy tony driven past this place. I'm looking at the door. It's very familiar to me. Oh my god. I i play fully crap on. I genuinely loves little. Tony's when trevor helped me move i took them the little. Tony's that's nice. It was the loveliest time actually take the watery spaghetti soup. We can't go anywhere world. Shut down parkinson a bench. Maybe i can tell you this at least once every three podcast. It is the intent of the person serving the meal. But but but what is the what exactly is the intent of a soup it not it is. It is a liquid. How much liquid. Gotta be there wet gwen enough enough okay. Like it's not a sauce sauce and go to different things. Can we agree on that. I believe i would agree if warm up a bowl of ranch. And i give it to you. Is that a soup. It was that warmed up. But it's it's boll branch it might actually be a custard if you really break. Yeah but but but but have you ever had someone make to their famous tomato soup from scratch and you taste it and go. Oh yeah that's called. Marinara that to me is a very. There's a lot of crappy lunchless around here that we order from where they're tomato soup is indistinguishable from poss. Yeah i guess but Just tomato soup become sauce whenever it's paired with something else or it's being dipped in something else but if you say just get a side of marinara dipping sauce that we've both agreed can be indistinguishable from a hypothetical places tomato soup. Let's say oh lemonade in burbank estimate. Actually i can't sauce if you had something if you go to the olive garden and you get a side dipping sauce marinara but the breadsticks. Never come and you're eating with a spoon. Have you had a bowl of soup or have you had a bowl of sauce. The intent was for it to be a sauce of course to dip the bread sticks and but it's indistinguishable if someone switch that out at the last minute with the bowl of soup from lemonade. Have you eaten a super sauce. Is this a schrodinger soup situation. This is literally schrodinger. Soup is what you're trying to do to me now. It's not happening. The is both of a pavlov's dogs. We should wear. When i hear the word soup i just go. No i again again. I think tomato soup is one of those things that you know. It's a little muddy as confetti toe for the guests at the table. Okay tomato soup and mira sauce very similar. They can be interchangeable. So give you that okay. But i'm not gonna see if you put a bullet sweet chili sauce and give you a spoon. And i say. Enjoy your soup. You're going to eat it and say okay soup. What about polish fruit soup. What about it so we we had our. You act like i do anything on. Gm i do stuff. You made the polish route. Yeah right it was like a kind of thin sweet milky liquid. Yeah creamy soup. Yeah but like that is explicitly called a soup rate in poland. And both what we refer to it. As but i'm thinking about this Vietnamese dessert called shadai had this like sweetened. Coconut milk with various like fruit. Jellies in a and also fresh h. e. and stuff like that would not be considered a soup to most people. It's simply like a dessert. That happens to be liquid. Also you tend to like drink. It like at point does a sweet soup like that which we both agreed. Maybe it's the volume of the contain in the container that is being served in. Are there any other foods that once they go into a different container they kind of change constitution and ceased to be that food. Does that make sense. I am trying to think right now. So they cereal cereal soup going to tire self. So many would logic with our previous. No i don't think there's another food that can like change that. No i'm saying no. Yeah that's what i'm saying like. I don't believe that to be. Yeah no no no yeah. Now here's the thing if you look back at the cereal is yes. Debate my thought process process. But now that. I look at that. We were never debating is serial soup laurie debating. We were merely debating. Does soup exist. We just didn't know it yet. Okay so this is like the more advanced version. Yeah so what's there. I'm i'm probably going to butcher this any philosophy people out there. Come at me bro. But the idea of reductio ad absurdum you can reduce hold on. Hold on if you'd like break argument down in. Get someone to agree to an absolutely ridiculous premise. Pay you kind of show that the whole thing is shot. The whole concept is also absurd. Says idea of if you break the concept down so much and get someone to agree. That cereal is soup. Cereal is absolutely not soup. That's crazy yet. You get a bowl of frosted like surface on the inside. You don't have to everyone on the outside. It's a secret for you and nobody else. Don't tell anybody ever had heavy about a secret before it's like that that you're like watching ancient aliens with it's like have you ever seen me naked the best show ever. It's just people into frigging jungle in the arctic tundra naked. And you're like what are you doing here buddy. And they're like my name is heather. I've been a survivalist for six months. And she's like dying of typhoid fever in the rainforest. And you're like you need medical engine. Sorry your that friend really talking. About how crazy conspiracy. Theories are and then you like. It's like someone believes that i. I dunno alliens bill bama's and there's gonna like well. I mean if you actually look at the archaeological and it's like oh no you're too. That's like the cereal thing. You just keep a bottle inside. Say friends everything you weird. Yeah i guess. I mean okay george soup israel it exists. There's no yeah salvador soup israel. This guy is clear. Amids were silos for storing grain. Dr ben carson said that as he was falling asleep at the podium. No i to even further. There's no such thing as a beverage yet. There is absolutely unheard of water. That is that is. Water may be the only beverage because it does not have nutritional content. i think only dining does lift. Whatever beverage the record show. That nicole slurped liquid water. Liquid s come sponsor. Pus but We really do love it. What a fantastic product goodwater. I think the only beverages hold on stay with me here are calorie free and no sodium. Even some water does have sodium in it. But i think any time there is nutritional content in anything that is a food and i think liquid foods as you separate them based on your needs and wants are under that umbrella because okay so think about that straight consummate right beef consomme soup broth bone broth. Is that a super beverage bone broth. Yeah both both subcategory again. I think it's how it served like if i'm having it in a bowl with a spoon it's a it's a soup and if i'm having a coffee cup with a little like i'm having a coffee cup like from artisanal butchery like. Yeah and it's just beverage. But you and i have both been to so many fancy food events where they're serving like individual very small portions of things that's it s. Because they have no other recordings meant to sit okay but beverage or suit but there's no other way to artois is the official beverage and so if this soup is a beverage stella artois sale artois really did sponsor a lot of these terms so much free. Stella i took sunglasses have apple sprit sunglasses. Bandanna mris fancy but you see what. I'm saying like such a fine line. That's very hard to distinguish. Which is i think. We need to do away with those categories. No i just think you're trying to take the piss man right now. I think you're just trying to row me up and gave me to say stuff that so i can agree and you could just make me another cult member of yours. I'm not interested josh. I'm not coming over to your suplicy colts. I'm not taking part in this. Cult of radical consumable inclusion azam. Because okay so the broth thing. Right breath bone broth being super beverage. Who really knows what it is. I would consider that soup. Campbell's right we agree that they're in the business of making soup campbell's soup company campbell soup. Yes you've seen the andy warhol painting of the campbell soup tone so serious all of a sudden they do something wrong they call you later and you're feeling no. I do think that you and i both together pretty good call cooling the cotton venice I've always probably shouldn't name lest we get sued but i think disbanded but anyways look at the whole article there illegally selling kabukicho anyways. Campbell's way we can all agree that they're in the business make soup yes. So campbell's launched a campaign back in. I believe the nineteen sixties and. It was a very mad men era type magazine ad like a large illustration and a couple of words and it was a campbell's can of beef broth being poured over ice and i thought initially when i saw this that it was like to make a cocktail which is what is it like a bulldog or some cocktails us. Beef bouillon right. And you'll put that i ever heard of that before. Really no good. Like vodka beef bouillon horseradish. What yeah well. What is hugging. I've never heard that before. I will do that. I would love. A savory cocktail means basically the concept of a bloody. Mary less tomato. So tired of these fruity ass. Cocktails like beef. Jimmy some beef and whiskey. I have i did have a. I think it was a it was the bell and headlamp fat bourbon and what was it. That's so funny. Because at their other restaurant needed a ham. Fat washed bourbon neglect. It was really good. Yeah get put more. Put more animal fat and you've got delicious. okay sorry. Backtracking continues campbell. That showed a can of beef broth being poured over ice and it was not for a cocktail. Hey poor your beef broth on ice and drink it. It's refreshing so he literally tried to take the soup and then just re marketed as a beverage. It didn't change. Its actual you know chemical makeup at all in the process. It was merely campbell's trying to tell you that you could enjoy this in a different way but putting in a completely different subcategory going from soup to beverage which is why to me that there should be no lights the container that you're giving it in. I'm telling you unless you wanna fancy events that he can't afford saloons the difference in a soup and beverages the container given it to consume in insofar as you can afford spoon soon as it's so funny because it's true and all those fancy events they're trying to cut cost so much these like we buy a thousand spoons that's eighty bucks smart and final for that. There are not paying us. This event famous person walks by. We're gonna put some caviar on top of their. Yeah yeah god. I miss that. Yeah well i'm just telling you now man. I don't think me and you're going to. I think we've reached an impasse in our brains like you can tell me blink doesn't exist but if i see a bowl of it it exists to me. Yeah i'm still going to scroll to the soup section on the postmates like you knew soup is real. You're just trying to make a point right. Now i think soup has been Infantilized by a lot of people especially in america because we have this very insular notion of what soup is like when this person said soup is not a meal. I feel like they were picturing a small cup of say like thinned-out french onion or beef and barley from a diner or something like tomato soup. Where's there's a whole gigantic broad world of soups out. There which to me also includes stews. If you're going to insist that soup exists do is simply a soup. Absolutely not absolutely not you ready to get back into yoga. So you ordered the essentials. A non-slip met yoga blocks to keep balance and an exercise ball. And use your bank of america. Cash rewards credit card choosing to earn three percent cash back online shopping or up to five point two five percent as a preferred rewards member. Would you put towards the cost of your most essential yoga gear. Noise cancelling headphones apply for yours at bank of america dot com slash more rewarding copyright two thousand twenty bankamerica corporation. I nicole. We've heard what you and i have to say. And now it's time to find out what other wacky ideas are rattling out there and the internet steinfeld segment. We call opinions are like casserole roll. Roll stepped up step mom that was more inception trailer than than set to be clear. It wasn't that cool. How did the mike thing does that called. Get that on thumbs up also speaking of dub step issue a slight apology for for an episode of mythical kitchen. This is where i've decided. I'm concerned when. I mentioned caspian roscoe being the godfathers of dub step and i forgot to mention banger Bang a is also godfather rex. Roscoe girl let me to you. Go girl named visco girls now. We had just go girls jokey same brain. Talk too fast all right. Let's get into it. We got shower head. Chula is quote mexican hot sauce or white people tap petillo. Valentina is where it's at. I've been saying this for years. I i don. Shula is legitimately from mexico from chapala Tampa has a very interesting story behind it and used to work. I loved i before. I worked for them after work for them. I've always loved patio. Hot sauce it's one of the top five for me any day of the week. I also have hepatitis. Do for me is the the king of breakfast tosses for some reason just the taste breakfast rideau to lose a little bit more aesthetic has got more. That kind of bitter chilly on valentine too but to me it's between tap petillo gelula But it's kind of crazy history behind tap petillo It was you know. Tabio is the slang term for residents of guadalajara biggest city in the state of go and aisles. Assume that type of teo was like a halley skin style. Hot sauce or something. That's why it was called that it was made by someone from guadalajara It was not actually. There were a lot of skin immigrants in the united states and it was a businessman mexico who has like. I'm just going to give this a name. That i think will be very marketable to immigrants living in the united states right now so i'm going to call it tactics. I know there are a lot of police skins in the states. And so i thought that was just like really interesting. It'd be like you know if there was some authentic brand texas chili that was marketed people in france and it was made by from seattle relationship. there's no time for hot sauce infighting. I'm not the biggest valentina fan. I feel like it has a little bit of a bitter note to it. And i also think tools like not bland. It's just very one note to me in terms of hot sauce to lose basic in a way that i don't dislike. Yeah i'd i'd much rather have petit you over to dryer agreed on. That would flannery says. I did my stake in apple sauce. It's not done. I also dipped chicken. Tenders my applesauce. I also crush crackers into my applesauce applesauce hates me. I also hate you know. No no no. We don't hate anyone. I don't like your food. I don't like your food opinions. Is that okay yeah. I think that this is pretty wild too much later. This is the trying to impress chicken. Tenders and applesauce. I can't see that apple sauce is kind of like an unseasoned. Chutney filo von fact nicole. Do you wanna fun fact. I'd love one thing. You know the the shut shutting. That's often served indian restaurants right. It comes next like very early. Green shut name Most places to save on costs Because you kind of have to offer that as like a free thing if you're to be an indian restaurant states mostly to save cost will not use tamarind in. They will use apple butter interesting. I love to. I think tamarind has such a specific taste. That apple butter can't really close. citrus. I guess wow no. I've never really experienced that. So maybe i haven't. I haven't known but timber to me in terms of taste color texture. who knows. yeah. So i'm thinking like applesauce under season version of tim. Show me i wearing. That's the reach. This is this is weird but again you enjoy you. Enjoy the steak and applesauce. And that's the thing that i've never heard about pork chops and applesauce. Yeah just celtic beef chops. Beef jobs and applesauce. Yeah this is pretty normal. I guess we're right at charleena tat. Fritos dipped in chocolate. Ice cream is the equivalent of fries and a milkshake on the yummy scale. Who that sounds really lovely love. I'm a big fan. I mean my girlfriend will like we'll we'll take a bowl of ice cream and was just like a little treat like watching shows cornflakes on it and then like are a little bit of honey and see saul and it's just what god we're frigging and free dozen chocolate ice cream sound really. Get better than fries and a milkshake to me. Yeah the chocolate ice cream and the free does it all make sense to me. It sounds really good fritos. They're so salty and they're so corny. There's so gay again. Would flynn and he says raw. Green beans are better than cooked. Ones don't mean appointed. This is that we're going to have you would flannery would flannery. I'm adding you right now. A come to my house and have some green beans sue and you will change your mind. Head agreements maybe like once or twice ever truly raw. I know. I have like mancha one thing that i do at the grocery store whatever by agreements from my mom is i always like a taste one just to see like how they if they're mushy or like if they're like okay in the middle but like it's on enjoyable things more like a thing i have to do. Yeah that's like when i when i taste garage and restrooms like i just need to make sure no. That's wrong head chickens. Sushi me in l. a. Told that was a pretty cool. Experience legal illegal also legal japan which is funny. I think well chickens are probably treated a little bit differently. It's illegal in japan. it's illegal. Now where's it legal. I mean i'd probably places just less stringent laws that they don't really really gaffe about it but Yeah but. I assume do something like oh. This is popular in japan. Illegal in the states and this place is doing it kinda underground but they're like no sleep under band to and it was pretty gross was gross. Yeah not good. Not good not like sushi. No it has a real kind of snappy texture to it and also chicken rock and is almost kind of like milky bland and bacterial. It tastes bacterial. Yeah you know that little kind of like bacterial funky get from like organ meats and stuff like that and like chances are you won't get sick but you know. Probably don't i'm not the person to open on food safety. All right at eko nas sp- we're you ever think about. How many names butcher all of them butchered my whole life. So whatever girl pay-back snaps from nikola handy. I prefer mustard over ketchup in ninety nine percent of any in all situations except for one. I will do my carrots and catch up. Not even a situation where you dip it in mustard. That's not like. I thought they were gonna be like you know some carrots and catch up. I love ketchup. Okay let me tell you what's going on right now. So when they were kids they probably like their mom was a dad. Was like hey honey. I'm gonna put you some many hotdogs. Take a look and enjoy them. Okay and then. The mom was like she had an episode. Let me finish. And she's like the tail. We need the no. Let me get to put something similar for my child. And then they put carrots mini carrots and then the kid was like phone. These are weird hotdogs. But i'll still eat them because kids don't do anything. Tell them because they're so impressionable. So i think that's what happened. You believe that this person's mom when they were a child had an episode replaced their hotdogs with carrots informing joyce all by that cool. We solved it. You solve that mystery. Good news echoes. Go to therapy. I've got to say this next one really quite i this next one really quick with this is the wild skill wildest center yet rat okay let me read it. Let me read it in real time. Okay b. flakes says. I like to replace my bread with taking the outer moseley. Your couldn't get in half and placing ham sharp cheddar and a score of muster between the two. Have i talked about it at work and get her scott. Where do you think they were. Matching with. Bank of america teller a slow day of bank of america. Turn into your fellow television. Okay julie julie that i liked to replace my bread with onion. No no no. This is at lowe's second up the floors and stuff and they're like. Hey peter i never told you this but you know like your bread for sandwiches. Guess what i do. Listen listen listen onions. And they're just like bro. You know this is. This is a weird like it's probably a low carb option or something still. I wouldn't wanna sit next to you on a bus. I'm down to the smell of onions. I i accept smells another person's mouth. Oh that's a fair amount. And when we did that whole captain crunch on tiktok and we had like just twenty balance choppers. That was brutal. I was crying the whole day. Well there's okay what's what's it better low car sandwich option. 'cause have you seen those pickle subs people doing. Yeah that's fine. I think that's awesome cabbage lettuce. I love lettuce. Wraps so much seeking has the best that i've ever had in my darn life is so much i've seen people. I've seen the craziest thing. People take slices potato and put them in the toaster. Toasted is unreal. Yeah but there's no way that you can't yeah right. There's no either cook. I'm not crazy. Well you'd start like four that sweet potato to actually get cooked in the toaster. It would have to release a fair amount of moisture. It's what i'm saying that moisture would dislike drip into the toaster and ruining not just airfreight toothache slobs and call today microwave the sweet potatoes and it would work out. Microwaving isn't a microwave isn't sexy. Like air fire is sexy. Shows like microsoft. I cook a lot of the food on 'em with microwave sous-chef microwave junior sous chef trevor's just underneath. Microwaves not in terms of like of of rancor efficient. Just in terms of payment microwave for all right. Add suburban underscored judd. It doesn't come from a lactating. Hamlet should not be called milks annulment. Show me the is the funniest thing i've ever heard but also incredibly ignorant about the etymology actual word milk. That analogy the word. Milk comes from old english and has been used it literally just means to rub or extract and so the term almond milk has literally been used for hundreds of years and now that people who others have deemed quote unquote soy supposed almond. Boys are drinking milk alternatives. Somehow people try and use this as you know. millennials trying to change the history of words but the people who say that almanac shouldn't be called milk are the actual ignorant ones. Trying to change definition of words. Milk has nothing to do with ted's just rubbing them. I have influenced you milk me. I agree with everything you said. I saw the clinton era. You were waiting for my like ninety second income to drop. I was just staring at you like are you done yet. Are you done yet. Okay jasper three. Six four zero one. Three seven five. Is that your social security. Number real frozen. Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches are better than room. Temperature okay this makes sense to me a little bit. Because whenever i used to have without put them in the freezer for five minutes and the jelly would turn into this on my god like cold peanut butters the bomb diggity. So i i understand. This and i really really respect it and i really really like a good job. Jasper security code name gesture. What's your mother's maiden name in the model of your first car next time. If you know. I know what you mean about. Coconut butter yeah. It's really good. I think fly just won't do it. Yeah your challenge. Going slide is accepted literally climbed into highly peanut butter and banana. Ceo jeffrey moore and put it in the microwave for eight. Seconds goes josh. You must eat so good. Am i do microwave memorial sandwich freight seconds yourself microwave in the clutch every morning for me. That's new laws. What i do for you. And jerry eddie. Fifteen eight fifty if you delivered. I liked my morning time. I get the microwave maceo to spend time a sous chef mike. That's what i call him. Sous-chef microwave stay. Yeah yeah you're we'll get there. I'll go fly. Blitzer holiday okay. That's supple oranges frozen burritos exceptional when eaten with sweet pickle relish. And i refuse to eat them any other way this segment what pandora's box that we opened up with we thought when we were doing this opinion casserole segment. Then we get like eight opinions from people in some people it'd be like i don't like grapes in nicole. Now sit here and be like. Oh no no grapes. Pretty good literally. Thousands of these is like playing mad. Lives with the food world where people are like. I know it sounds crazy but take adjective food. Combine it with adjective non-sequitur. Food import of your house. Like i only like eating frozen popcorn burritos on my couch with cream. What yeah this is weird. Sweet pickle relish. i don't know. I don't know maybe it was like again. All of this psychology like child. Psychology must have had a really delicious bite of meal. And you've been trying to chase that high sincere four. Yeah our i think basically licensed child psychologist because kids kitchen and so yeah. Anyone needs child. Psychological needs come to me and a call. We got this. Yeah i sa as a child who grew up eating. Mike wave hotdogs with sweet chili sauce. Does it house g. silent hotdogs microwave hotdog with sweet chili sauce on it. And then i'd wrap it in foil and let sit while i played video games But i never had like the consoles are out of time you were you were chubby. Young man hance fatter than that's the crazy thing is my limbs nicole. My limbs were were very thin very thin limbs but this large barrel chest neck. I had parents come up to me. And i i was again like an eleven year old child and they'll come up to me in the go like a thyroid condition. And it'd be like i'm eleven. What do you mean anyways does die. I really loved it. So i kind of get sweet pickle relish and burrito kind of parent. What kind of dog asset would. 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Young Thug & Mason Ramsey's Team-Up On 'Old Town Road' Has Us Thinking About Other Unlikely Hit Collabs

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Young Thug & Mason Ramsey's Team-Up On 'Old Town Road' Has Us Thinking About Other Unlikely Hit Collabs

"Hey everybody welcome to the board DOT COM pop shop podcast. I'm Keith Caufield senior director of Charts at Billboard and I'm Katie Atkinson billboards deputy out of their digital. Hello Katie Hey Keith Nice to be back in front of you. Los Angeles actually the and the same room together L. A. Welcomes home. I can see your face when I make a sarcastic comment on your eyes roll out of your head across the table as it's meant to be <hes> well as always the billboard pop shop podcast. Is Your one stop shop for all things pop on billboards weekly the charts in addition you can always count on a lively discussion about the latest pop news fund charts stats and stories new music and guest interviews with Music Stars and folks from the world of pop today on the show. We've got news about post host Malone Little Nasdaq's J. Coal and more plus. We'll be reviewing some of our favorite unlikely collaborations of the past a spurt in part by the new Mason Ramsey and young thug remix of Little Nas XS old town road. What's unlikely likely about that? Nothing nineteen year of nothing surprising anymore and among those tunes it will be talking about <hes> include tracks by David Bowie and Mariah Carey but first before we get started. If you enjoy the podcast subscribe to the show on your favorite podcast provider see you won't miss an episode and if you want to explore more podcast from billboard visit billboard dot com slash podcasts yeah yeah you know Katie <hes> we've mentioned the top the show oh how we're back together for the first time after a couple of weeks because I was in London for a little bit and you were here <hes> which is still exotic. We haven't really properly caught up. We've literally have not properly caught up about anything that we've been doing the past few weeks and though this is not scripted it's completely scripted. I do know that both of us are big concerts. You saw Paul McCartney dodgers. I saw Kylie Minogue at Edinburgh Castle in Verse Collared So I Paul Aw I want to know everything about comp tickets for to cover four. I reviewed the show. You're either show DOT com. I haven't read the story yes resumed before. This is my fourth time seeing I've never seen him. Oh my God okay you probably should have been he's such a bucket list. Gayle is really sad. She wasn't added our colleague. Gail was very jealous that I went <hes> it was unbelievable. The is the second proper full Paul McCartney concert ever seen. I took my mom when I was in college because she's a massive Beatles fan my parents both my mom was like you know O._G.. Beetle Mania you know adored them fan. My Dad was like Psychedelic rock and roll area era like Beatles fans you your mom's saw the Beatles law yeah. I saw them in the sixties. Yeah that's like a county fair or something state fair. That's not something anyone can really say. Oh yeah she saw them back in the day so she made me a fan this concert I could could not have been any more just like insane. He played thirty eight songs but they like medleys. No thirty eight songs three hours long how he's seventy seven years old and of those thirty eight songs twenty two were Beatles songs. Wow and we all know he has an amazing catalog as a solo artist with wings like there is plenty and obviously his current amount that concept September billboard two hundred by the way I interviewed Paul last year to Katie no but like it was it was like everything he did like could not have been more Apac wow and he joked about how fans want to hear the old stuff obviously he did play four songs off the new album and and went right before he played for you which was the lead single from the album where before he played that he said that <hes> you know when we play a Beatles songs. I look out all your phones are glowing like a galaxy of stars and when I play one of the new songs it's like a black hole and so but then of course people proved them wrong and hauled up their phones for that for the next time I mean to be in that position position where you've had so many albums and you are on tour frankly and support of the new music and you as an artist are still excited about to music you want the people to to experience that excitement with you yes and also frankly some of the songs the new album like I was really you like. I asked him about them. So I'll have to check the set list on your story. I was really kind of eager to see like which songs he I can tell you. He dissuaded fi you but he also did who cares what she talked about like being about bullying beforehand and then he did come onto to me but yeah no it was it was just amazing. Yeah it was great and then I I haven't even said during the encore that he brings out Ringo frigging star. I mean the only two Living Beatles are onstage in front of me. It's not exactly a common occurrence. It's no you know what's crazy. He did this also <hes> I want to say it was twenty fourteen when they did a taping of the Ed Sullivan Anniversary Show <hes> it was like fifty years after that Sullivan show I think in two thousand fourteen <hes> I was is there and that was the first time that they perform together in like decades and then the last time they perform together before Saturday night was that time whether they do in the encore they did so ringleted two songs of Paul they did on the Sergeant Pepper Reprieve Seles you know the show ending lyrics and then they did helter skelter of all things which is one of the lake you know most hard rock Beatles songs and it was insane crazy light show for it then Joe Walsh comes is out to sure I wanNA throw in an eagle you know as if you listen to this I am obsessionally eagles. Joe Walsh came out for the end from Abbey Road where there's a big guitar breakdown and basically Paul his two guitarists onstage and Joe did like a riff awfully trading roofs with each other like my mind was like blown Dan. I was speechless like I was freaking out so much pretty good seats. I guess we're in the nineteen th row on the floor. Oh Wow so you didn't have to look at the screen I it's funny. Like even when you're still still nicest to look at the screen but then you can look at the stage inspectable and actually see Paul to what did they open with what he closed with okay open with hard as night well that's great yeah and then he the close the closest thing was the the three songs we've Matvey road starts with golden slumbers then it goes into carry that way and then the end appropriately lovie end full the actual end of the show was the end yeah which the Joe Walsh thing and I mean the last lyric the song which I think they've been doing the the and the last song of every stop of the fresh up to her. This was the last stop of it. <hes> the final lyric is and in the end the love you take is equal to the love you make beautiful note and the show on it was ended with you posted a video of I'm Livin La di. I thought maybe they've pyro they actually so they sandwiched live and let die between let it be an hey jude to end the show properly before the uncle. Yes Okay my God when you when that's all you posted that was like Oh my God if I were in L._A.. I would've told you tried to go. Oh my God okay so Kylie. This is a great craziest into the Beatles are like that was the first like music I ever got into a kid. It's like my favorite favorite thing. It's like everything leads back to the Beatles. Oasis was my favorite man as a teenager because I love the Beatles you know what I mean. Kylie is like one of your like yeah. We really people weirdly. I counted up and I think I'm now seeing Kylie Minogue more than I've seen any other artists which is Phil. What are we talking about? How many times I think this is my sixth time? That's awesome <hes> so I saw Edinburgh Castle which is this you know. Zillions your old castle in Edinburgh scholar on the top of a hill and at the other end of the hill all is where the Queen Summers in residence. I mean it's just that sort of ridiculous. It's just this beautiful outdoor venue in the esplanade outside of a castle and she was nothing but the hits hits hits hits hits hits and I just saw her last year for her golden tour in some word of her most recent studio album golden and I saw her at the O.. Two in London and it was like US tour that was in support of the new album so like half the show was new songs and it had sort of more kind of storyline and was a little bit more thematic as Kylie. Does I mean there were like hits <hes> but it wasn't it was geared more towards like a kind of a core Kylie Fan with rotations of stuff that people know yeah. This one was just like a crowd-pleaser like every song was like a hit now granted she is doing this. She's doing like a series of like shows the summer I think maybe she just came off Glastonbury Jail Glastonbury <hes> which was very very similar to what I saw at Glastonbury shorter sat right was more like maybe like like an hour and this and we had like an hour and a half but I mean it was just hit after hit after hit like the locomotion I should be so lucky can't get shot on my head. Slow spinning around kids new stuff old stuff you know everything and it was just fun. Yeah I was just like fun and it was just such a great time and she's just like this effervescent fizzy. He pop princess where you're just like you walk in. I'm GonNa have a great time. You walk out. I feel good <hes> but yeah I counted up and I've seen her the first time I saw her. I think was at the O.. Two in London for the after for Tidy lethally tour where she had all these water fountains fly out of the stage and it was just so over the top and I'm like you have to see this and then that show came to the Hollywood bowl here in Los Angeles but without all the water features just wasn't gonNA travel to America then I Zahur again at the bowl a little bit later than I saw her at Hyde Park our summertime festival will win her support acts were she cannot watchers and Grace Jones yeah because you know then I saw her again at the Oh to last year and then now this year and Madonna. I think I've seen like five mile was GONNA ask like like she was the next closer in terms of the actually I've seen the most Kylie I think is the most and then Madonna on the rolling stones. I think I've seen maybe now for me. You haven't seen Paul. I've never seen the rolling scope on sale. Unfortunately they're coming to the Rosebowl next month yeah and it's when I'm out of town I know 'cause I definitely I mean like this legit could be their final tour with mix health. I mean I <hes> we'll see but well. Oh my God we just went on real tangible that entire eight-minute tangent people was is going to substitute in for our charts out of the week. Sorry for fans of the Chart Stat that you just got me and Haiti talking a lot about shows that we saw this past weekend well. What about the chart chat but let's do the chart chat so I up on the billboard two hundred albums Chart v Revenge of the dreamers three compilation debuts at number one earning one hundred fifteen thousand equivalent album units in the U._S.? In the weekending July eleventh of course according to Nielsen Music the Eighteen Track Papa Project boasts the Dream Ville records label roster of acts including Dream Ville chief Jay coal on a songs in addition more than twenty five other guests from outside of the Dream Ville rinks are featured on me album jaekle making up for the fact that he always talked about itself being like number one with no no he's award twenty-five of I'm not a whole bunch yeah on the album. You've got tidal assigned to baby and T._I.. Among many many others a lot of people a lot of which are not super familiar to like sort of casual pop fans but it was like your hip hop head you'll be our and the tracks were recorded during ten day session in January where more than one hundred artists and producers were invited to write in record songs for the album yeah <hes> next week next week watch for another album with a million to inter number one <hes> as industry forecasters expect Ed Sheeran's new album number six collaborations projects <hes> collaboration project just rolls off the tongue starts. Starts to start atop the tally. I'm having a really hard time reading this for some reason the fifteen song album fine sheeran joined by the likes of Camille Kobe. Oh Ella Mae Menem's grill ix Bruno Mars Chris Stapleton fifty cents. It's only Justin Bieber. Just everyone anyone and everyone today's business landscape is full of cyber risks so protect your financial organization the Smart Way with an S._p._f.. Cybersecurity Ready Partnership this partnership let you rely on our ten plus years of cybersecurity expertise while you still whole the decision making power get direct access to a dedicated consultant receive ongoing training and education minimize costs more to learn more about the E._S._p._N.. CYBERSECURITY PARTNERSHIP GO TO ESPIONAGE CYBER DOT COM <hes> next up over on the billboard hot one hundred chart little now is XS old town road featuring billy ray Cyrus holds tight atop the tally for a fifteenth week just fifteen it is only the third single in the nearly sixty one year history of the hot one hundred which launched in nineteen fifty eight to spend fifteen weeks that number one. If it spends a sixteenth week at number one it will take the all-time record will tie all-time record for the most weeks at number one shared by one sweet day by Mariah Carey and boys to men and d'esposito by the response and Daddy Yankee featuring Justin Bieber so is it going to do. Is it gonNA. It's GonNa get the sixteenth week right. <hes> I mean probably I mean even though even though the song has a healthy lead over the number two single this week which is billy Bush bad guy. It seems that Camp Old Town road isn't taking each taking chances old campbelltown Ronan signed to camp down prices anyway last week. Loan is X. dropped a new remix of town featuring young thug and twelve year old yodeling phenom Mason Ramsey shirt talk about a collaboration would only see in two thousand nineteen little Nasdaq's billy ray cyrus young thug and Mason Ramsey on a track which interprets nine inch nails yeah of course well billy Bush for her continues to gain steam team and perhaps owed to howl. Tom Road is declining a bit in how one hundred point though still had by quite a bit she put out her own remix of bad guy with her teen idol Justin Bieber Yeah I mean that whole thing where like the cover of the sing the cover of the single artwork for the new version of bad guy which has just an on it here's a picture of billy in her room as a tween billy within a dancing costume with Justin bieber posters just filling her. It's hilarious and resort of disappointed. She put this out. It was at <hes> I thirty stain on Thursday I was I thought I thought for sure to maximize their sort of hot. One hundred chances they would wait until Friday yeah yes it was just because Australia New Zealand returned turned over their stores and that's why posted when it did well in light of all these new versions of hot one hundred hits and how unusual it is to see the words Mason Ramsey and young Thong. Let me try to get young thug thug together on a Thong. We thought we take a look at some of our favorite unlikely collaborations that have become hits and we see these particular collaborations as unlikely as they usually marry artists who maybe from different genres or appeal will to particularly different fan bases or perhaps ages and we're restricting our list of proper studio recorded collaborations not the one off awards show pairings that we've come to know in love like amenemhat pairing without John at the Grammy Awards for or a performance of Stan for instance yeah and this is not exhaustive of course there are many more to discuss but let's start with Barbra streisand and Donna Summer Nomar tears enough is enough which was released in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine apparently urging of some friends and confidants streisand including her son Jason. <hes> summer was invited to lunch at streisand's home in Malibu where the two heard the demo recording of enough is enough for the first time summer was of course already the queen of Disco Nineteen seventy-nine. I mean she was bad girls hot stuff and Tim all the lights and all that stuff but streisand who had been really known for like you know Broadway and Ballads Standard and all that had actually Ashley just had some success with a dance number with the main event fight so you know the pairing wasn't exactly completely unusual but still it wasn't necessarily expected feels less unusual now looking back. You're like Oh yeah to who divas of a certain era yeah I'll throw to divas with incredible voices why not put on a song while the track ended up being a huge hit spending two weeks at number one on the one hundred became a top twenty hit on the hot rb hip hop songs Chart Sadly Barbara Barbara and Donna never actually saying the song live together despite its success and we will actually of course never hear the song together with them now because Donna of course passed away in two thousand twelve well moving on next we have a bing crosby cosby and David Bowie's Christmas mashups song peace on earth slash little drummer boy in one thousand nine hundred seven being invited Bowie to record the Christmas Song for Crosby's final holiday special. The song was credited with helping to kind of normalize the ECLECTIC career of David Bowie a nice word of yes kind of making him you know like palatable for an older generation wraps. <hes> well Bowie later said that he did it because he said of Bing crosby. I just knew my mother liked him sure which is really sweet that's so the song was recorded in September nineteen seventy seven for the. The holiday special of that year and being actually passed away in that that following October just over a month later which keep an eye did not realize that researching <hes> and though it was never on how one hundred it's a holiday favorite that has had a number of our seasonal charts and and it also peaked at number three on the U._k.. Single starts here's one that's a little more recent in two thousand seventeen. We got B REX and Florida. Georgia lines meant to be really. It's a song like this that exemplifies where music is in the past few years and especially nineteen. It's a song that bridges to different genres <hes> pop stylings of WREKSA and core country act like the duo for Georgia Line for Florida. Georgia line is also known for collaborating outside of their genre like on cruise featuring Nellie <hes> who's a hip hop star or on let me go with dance ACTA less. Oh and pop singer Hailee Steinfeld meant to be was clearly meant to be a huge hits it ended up spending a record fifty weeks at number one on the hot country songs Chart Whoa and was a top ten hit on the billboard hot one hundred and I feel like something similar ish to that was that in mayor and Morris teaming up for the middle though Merrin went like she sounds very pop song. It's a throw pop song and she just happens to be a country star. Who Sang it but you know okay next up? We have the aforementioned Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson. They actually teamed up two times. I for the girl is mine from M._J.'s nineteen eighty-two to classic thriller and then say for Paul's nineteen eighty-three album pipes of peace though I learned that they were recorded at the same time with George Martin in the same session. which is your favorite of the two I we I think we've talked about this before favorites as the songs you don't WanNa Love Paul McCartney well and of course Michael Jackson's music is classic but I'm not a big fan of these songs well? There's that so the girls mind peaked at number two on the how one hundred while say-say with all all the way to number one so the people agreed with you of course the duo never routine because of their infamous bad blood over Michael buying the Beatles catalogue out from under Paul in one thousand nine hundred eighty five next up it now seems very commonplace from I carried to work with rappers but in one thousand nine hundred five when older bastard hopped on fantasy for a remix it was sort of unexpected according to the Internet her label Columbia even worried that the remix would be a little left field for Mariah's fans and there was even version where they remix it was a bad boy remix that they took out the O._D.. VERSE BECAUSE HE'LL O._D._B._C. Steph too far for music but the song is absolutely incredible and has one of my favorite O._D._B._C. lines of all time <hes> which is me and Mariah go back like babies and Pasa fires you have to say it Mariah go back babies and pacify as the fantasy was of course one of Mariah's record eighteen number ones on the hot one hundred no surprise there well years before this we had Julio Iglesias and Willie Nelson with to all the girls. I've loved before back before there was d'esposito. We had Julio in Willie as the story goes Willie heard Julio on the radio in I think London sometime in nineteen ninety-three light twenty heard but didn't really know about Julio and Willie's wife said maybe they should do a song together so the two connected and Willie evidently did not know anything about Julio's career at the time didn't realize Julia was like this mega global superstar in the Latin world needed soul tons and tons of music didn't even know well the two connected and recorded to all the girls. I've loved before and the pairing proved to be a sweet music to fans ears. The song hit number five on the hot one hundred number one on the hot country songs chart and number three on the adult contemporary chart further willion Julio Won The Country Music Association Aka the award for vocal duo of the year while the Song was nominated for single of the year her through incredible that Julio has yeah and Katie Thaad of a sort of a fun collaboration that didn't actually sort of produce like a hit single by let's give it an honorable mention to lady Gaga in Tony Bennett Net who of course recorded an entire jazzy duets album cheek-to-cheek though none of it songs started on how one hundred the album debuted at number one on the billboard two hundred accounts for some accounts for the record goggles now recorded songs with the muppets Antonio Brown it of course not to mention beyond say and Bradley Cooper or a stars born partner and many other people collaborative. We just won't mention R Kelly right you just what would even be unlikely anymore like Metallica with our integrated like I you know I don't know what would be weird into nineteen metallica and Ariana Grande it would be weird no METALLICA and Lady Gaga together on the and we did we mentioned when we were talking about this. We brought up Jay Z and Lincoln Park which at the time I think was a little unusual was unusual but it also made sense in the world because rap rock and general thing like lint biscuit and you know and method and that sort of thing but the fact that they'll such like hip hop artists came together with such a just core rock band and then Yeah Barbra streisand and major Lazer <hes> I'm Johnny Mathis and a friend of the podcast Johnny Mathis and <hes> Spill Ix. How about Darren criss covering Dave Matthews Band with Steve Aoki? Oh you don't act natural song actual song released Friday okay so that's our big shoe. What song should we go out? Oh what weird collaborations are we go out on. Maybe let's let's go out with something that maybe wasn't necessarily unexpected collaboration. Oh expected well. No I don't know I mean like lady. Marmalade by Maya Never GonNA turn down and out little Kim and Christina I can yes.

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