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J. J. Putz

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J. J. Putz

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We'll get into it with him and and literally get into the season as well But first let's talk about myles Garrett Jarrett whatever That huge obviously obviously we talked about it. We talked about last week. We spent a little bit a little bit but like the the huge fight that happened so it came out this week and we know we're recording a week in advance. Maybe maybe other things will happen by the time this comes out. But just for those who don't know and who didn't see it. There was a humongous Mason. Rudolph the Pittsburgh steelers continue to drive them into into the ground Rudolph grabs his grabs Garrett's facemask and tries to rip his helmet off. Can't do it then Garrett rips off Rudolph's helmet just take the whole thing off Rudolph is down. He gets pushed. He gets hit and he goes down he then gets up and goes after myles Garrett Yup and there and then miles takes Rudolph Helmet and smashes him on the head in airy five move that got captured on camera. Miles is then Suspended indefinitely the rest of the season and my guess is probably at least four to six games for next season half of next season. It's not a good look. He knows he made a mistake but he came out. He came out initially me and apologized. And said I let my let my emotions get the best of me and I apologize to my team fans and everything like that and you thought okay. This guy is actually doing something that you don't see in the NFL that often admitting that he made him he's dating that he made a mistake and he messed up badly. I'm like okay. This is the first step to two full redemption initiative you literally say a huge hands up mea culpa this is what it is however. Now he's saying Ralph had a racial slur set a racial slur towards him which none of his teammates are standing by. You know if it was true. Well Odell Beckham. Junior is saying Dang I respect the guy in the most roundabout ways is saying I can respect the guy and he's a man of his word I didn't hear it. But if he he says it happens then it happened to happen. That's not saying I also corroborated this. Also he didn't come out and say it right away. If that guy comes into the locker room and said look I went crazy. I saw red. Because he called me the n word he said this to me he did. These five instigated things to me and if that was the narrative from the get-go then they said okay to me. It seems like you're backing your story into something that you feel like you. You focus grouped it out there and you realize is that things. Don't look great for you even if the guy was being an asshole even if Rudolph was grabbing your how how how and making you feel like you could get injured and you're trying to defend yourself. You gotta understand the optics. You are the bigger dude. You just drove this guy into the ground. Everybody's up. Oh you did not stop you. Swum with your helmet onto his head is connected his helmet and connected with his head so you didn't swing it and hit him in the chest you hit him on the head. Only that would have been worse as the guy starts bleeding right and has it brain injured. I think no blood. And the fact that Mason Rudolph just turned in was like Capela. Headlining kept fighting or did you see that but it helps. I think that means he gets back into the League at some point right if there was blood or grain damage he he yeah if he knocks him out or there's blood or there's a concussion or whatever he never sees a field ever get. I still think it's GonNa be really difficult for him to get back because who who wants that guy on your team. If he can't control himself in this instance how is he going to stay football. Ready locked in loaded in again. You look look at a guy like and he's a great player. Always been a great player but he just completely squander that I when I saw this ran and this is my final sort of take on this. It may be sad sad. It may be sad for all possible scenarios if it happened because I don't know I wasn't in there I don't know whether dropping inbound. Maybe he did win at the bottom of the pile and no one else heard it. Maybe whispered into his face. Maybe that's what got him going after. He tackled him. He's now on top because he said that so I would be ashamed. I'm I'm sad. I'm sad to see that that's still goes on now. If it didn't happen it makes me sad. Maybe even more sad. I mean it makes me sad that that happened. And it didn't come amount of Richie Incognito Smelt right and it makes me also sad for future times when it does happen and someone claims that it happened and isn't isn't believed because now this guy's throwing around it's the crying wolf moment and so you can't throw this thing out there if it didn't happen it's it's bad for all the other people who will face racist comments come out about it because then everyone will be now. You're giving people the argument of like it didn't have. How do we know what happened? False information nation and we are living in an time of miss and disinformation and people claiming if something isn't does isn't desirable desirable to them. They claim fake news. It's ridiculous all right. This is bad idea Girl in red when we come back. Jj Pods great interview. The dude is a hall of fame on the Hall of Fame Ballot for two thousand and twenty. I love it from the cheap seats. We got more coming up after this break. 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He's on the hall of fame ballot and he's someone we just We enjoy all the way around. He come out to our comedy shows. J J Putz. Thanks for joining us on view from those words first of all. Let's just talk about that for a minute. Did you know what indications is. Did you have that you might be on the on the ballot this year. zero wow. I'm still kind of trying to figure out how I mean you had some great phenomenal years Psalm. Initiating years you have to admit that as a reliever yeah it's just You know you look at some of those was guys on that list and it's just Just honor to even be in the same breath let alone the same piece of paper and these guys are guys that some. I looked up to some I got to compete against writing. Cherish every moment of it. WHAT'S AMAZING ISN'T I? I don't think people really realize this about the funnel hard. It's hard to make it on a high school team. Yeah it's hard to be great on your high school team. And maybe you're all city allstate. Whatever then to get recruited to play at a college and and let alone a D One D? One college like Michigan where you played then to go from people. Don't even understand it. Go from the northern school like Michigan and then make in the make it in the major leagues just have a career. That's amazing and then to then be recognized for that career at this point whether or not you make it in the hall of fame. It's incredible to to be on that list. Listen I'm just hoping I get one vote to be. I'll send in Allston in about well. Can we get Ray Ratto should give you a whoever's whoever's the Detroit Free the press should give you a vote we hope so we hope so That would be amazing and you know what is so again. Who's the first person you call when you found When he found out this enraged? And how did you find out was your agent or what who tells you this. So here's how I found out one of my good buddies he's Played with them in Seattle forbid played with them Matt Thornton Big Tall left-handed another guy from from the state of Michigan. He sent me a tax at like six thirty in the morning and with that picture of the ballot house like watch. That's really yeah. I honestly I didn't even know how to like. Take it yeah. It was just kind of like shocking and then I called my dad. I mean there's nobody else you would WanNa Call Dad. What did he say when you told him? Oh my God well. He kind of started laughing as a kid. I was like I'm not kidding right. Dad is having a little more faith than me for my shot in the arm by the old man it was always good. Yeah well but he brings you back down to Earth but still. He must've been so frigging proud of that was definitely was crowd And then I was up a ten year old son that I coach right now and I just kind of put it on my phone and I said Hey. Here's a hall of fame ballot. Check it out and you know I coach with a guy named Paul Kinetico. WHO's also on this ballot? The best and he was like he's like all coach Paul's on the hall of fame out. I'm like Yep what about your dad. God Damn Kinda kept going downhill this. He's like no way. That's Pretty Cool Dad your summer between fortnight and Tick Tock Yeah pretty much pretty much elevated the elevated sterile. I WanNa talk to you as a Michigan Grad and somebody who played for the team what Michigan's sort of historic run this year in the turn in the Ansi Aa Tournament. What that can do for the school moving forward? Well I mean I think You know going even before that. What coach coach back and she's been able to do at that program And and you know one just put him on a national stage going to a couple of regionals and super regionals and then the run that these kids ads were able to make it. It was truly you know this is going to sound cliche but like it was a total team effort like these guys didn't really have that like ultimate superstar right. They had a nice group of guys that are very talented. A few of these guys got drafted end up signing and You know then there's the legacy with Jimmy Kerr like his dad and his grandfather powder playing there but as far as what this can do for the program. I think It definitely put Michigan back on the on the national map. And I think you're going to start to see that with the recruiting and it's really. Nobody's really surprised. That's close to the program. That's been around coach back at all because the this is the guy that we were praying and hoping that would stay at Michigan again right. And he's done that he's shown the commitment and now you're just seeing you know all the hard work that he's done with these with these young is so here's my question as facilities change. I'm assuming assuming the facility is at Michigan are better than when you were there. Okay at this point that that's a fair assumption. So being able to try can can you in a northern northern city. You know again in northern school because that was the thing it's like if you're a northern forget about it I mean can we blame global warming for Michigan's rise now but what I'm saying like in a northern city like if you have indoor facilities that were you can kind of eliminate that hayward northern school. We can't practice all year round. Well well first of all. I think you blame everything that happens. You have to blame it on global warming done but yeah no. I think that that definitely evens the playing field I think when these kids from down South You know from from out West They contain arbor and we all know. That's God's country. It's great some you know you get there and you see facilities got you know these indoor batting cages that they've got there. They have a looser facility that they can use Induced by now now. They've got nuts on the ceiling. You can pretty much almost play like a live game in there right and Yeah the the fact that they put turf Which I wasn't a huge fan at first but then you kinda step back and think about it? Well Yeah if there's no snow on the ground and it's cold you on a turf because it's perfect plankton. Perfect around malls and stuff. Yeah you can do pretty much everything out there now and you know what the wilpon Israel to do to to help build that place Just a lot of support around Michigan Baseball Right now. which you know? I'm happy about it. I think it's great so when we went there in in in kind of around the time for you was it was football and basketball and then yeah hockey was great. Hockey's a little bit down right now but I would say that. Baseball has kind of jokey heard sport at Michigan along with gymnastics and swimming diving living in softball. But like baseball's up the baseball and softball run that these girls that the gals in the guys had this past year. Were just amazing. Yeah it was and I don't know if you you guys noticed but my wife played softball Michigan. Oh really yeah so I'm very close softball program as well so are we and I love them coolest ever it. Does it get any better than Hutch touch she's a Rockstar do. She's a hawk in Rostov. You know she is and it's the point. It's it's like anybody who wants to say you know make. The divide of women's. Sports is less than than men's sports. I would highly encourage you go out and watch like a heist a college tournament of the Big Ten as the big ten tournament. We were in Bloomington doing shows and we just they just happened to be there that we can and we watch. All the Games went in the rain and watching the rain. They were so fun and what I love about women's sports and I wish this was in men's sports more. And maybe your wife die. You gotta get a little dose of it with the baseball run this shit but like the women have have so much fun. Like you'll see in game in game in game can have so much like go. There were women on the Michigan team like the third baseman on the Michigan team was dancing dancing to the walkup music of other teams player. I'm like yeah that's so you're having a blast which is really what sport should be too. I agree and I think You know just just they. They seem to just play like carefree. I don't know why that is but they just seem to just be just happy to have that em on their chest and just go out there and just play you know just for fun. Go out there battle Al Your teammates and you know I but I but I think that also goes back to the top with Hutch and without coach packages and and you know they. They expect them to work in between games and practices and stuff but when they get out there between the lines it's like hey we've already put the working. Just don't have fun. Let's go have fun and play the game that you love like if you love what you're doing we feel that way you came and sauce. Do Comedy it's like when you love what you're doing. Boom you have. The end result is better. We know you have limited limited time so we only have a couple more questions for you WanNa talk about obviously the unexpected run of the nationals. This year they lose Bryce Harper addition by subtraction. They become You know and this comes down to the basic question. That Randy and I have is better in baseball to be a hot team or be a great team and I think a hot team proved it this year. The hot team won. You can't say the nationals. Were the best team necessarily but they got hot at the right time. So I I would agree with you. I think A lot of this is timing right How many years in a row have you seen the you know quote Unquote Best Team in baseball record? Wise not win the world series. And you know I think that the the nationals They got hot at the right time. They had some some great starting pitching. I don't think anybody would ever bet against Sherzer in Strasbourg back to back the hall hall of Famer without a doubt as I hear about it. There's your question about it. Yeah and you know I just think You could just see the passion that those guys had playing playing with one another really it was almost they passing the bat each game. Who's going to be today right? It's going to be you know rendell and one day it's going to be Kendrick one day eating. It didn't matter it didn't matter if you know your top all three guys who are struggling in the middle of the order would pick you up that day and I think that's the true definition of a true team in in in in the professional world and they proved it It was great great to see. What am I good buddies? Daniel Hudson closing it out for them. It's just good. He was so good. And this is a guy that's come come back from like hell. He in fact about Tommy John's was he was his wife said they were. He was this close to shutting it down this year. GotTa work out may the Blue Jays and then he's a world series champ. I mean that's what you gotTa love about sports that is and if you've got the talent you can make it there it is it does take that special sauce. You need something in there. The two thousand fifteen royals the two thousand eleven cardinals. I mean just something happens then takes you up and over the edge. It's why we watch the games why you're like. No team won a home game in this in that that to me is the craziest world series stat. Ever all your so you will be. It will always be the world's weirdest stat. I mean that's never happened. I'm not sure you're ever going to see that again in our lifetime. Right but You know who cares about home field advantage down right. It's a matter it's all who cares about how you get had in. Who Cares if you stumble into the playoffs if you get hot at the right time and you don't have home field advantage all the way throughout you can still win? And that's what these guys proved which is just fascinating amazing and it. You're going to hear managers all over the League and you come first spring training. Hey guys it's a grind. All we do is get in. Let's just get gotta get in. I mean it's going to be amazing. It's a question for you. Sure when the hell are you guys coming back out to Phoenix. Because the group of people I was with that night are asking. I told some other guys that are asking. When are you guys gonNA come back and play Phoenix again? Because everybody wants you to come back here. That's awesome first of all. Thank you I think we're looking to do it. Maybe into the summer this this coming summer when start coming every year every year and it may be in Scottsdale and then we'll just sorta rotator on the closer we love it and we'll come back and do our other podcast on people town live there and that's one you guys should definitely come up. We'll definitely look ahead of time. It's listen I want want to tell all your listeners. That are out there. If you haven't gone to stand up and you're a fan of these two guys come out and see these people. It is a different world out up there in the STANDUP THE END I. I'm new to it. I'm new to the scene and you know we're always watching and always wanting to go It is it's truly a special special event. I mean when you go there the intimate crowd that you get and just was great. You're looking for a good time to laugh. Your pals go to stand up. It was so forget got about that. Yeah it's great to see stand up and and it was just so great to to see you didn't get a chance to meet you and and truthfully like when your friends saw that you on the ballot. I was looking at the battle because always like I'm fascinated by that stuff and I wanNA see who's up and whatnot. I look down the list and I saw that your name was on there and I was like Oh my God I got a Conta- And I contacted you right away. That was later that day. It's just amazing that someone we know is is in the incident we really like is is in that and by the way great for you. Great for the University of Michigan is great for a Jew and jeeter great for a fantastic man. And whatever happens. We're proud of you and You know we're guest toasting Jim Rome's a radio show at the end and TV show at the end of December. We'd love to have you on that and we'll do a more extensive one with you on on this as baseball season years again but thanks so much for coming on and doing the show with your kids. Happy Thanksgiving all that stuff. Definitely right back that you guys great blue. Maybe oh boo live. All Right Blake went on Thanksgiving. All right J J Putz Man. Unbelievable Hall of fame ballot her. That's a big deal. It's a huge deal This penny and the quarters We're GONNA we only had him for a brief period of time because he's going to pick up his kids and I just love. He gave us the time. And what a sweet dude this is. You are giving me some other. Love Penny and the quarters quarters. Thank you Matt Bearden for giving us this little pro tip on this band. He gave us some love when we come back Randi. I'll tackle the quickest together yet. That's how we do and then later on the show snail mail from Liam Neeson. He's trapped. No it's not Liam Nathan it's Chris Berman Chris Berman. Okay boomer go do that now we will get more from Liam Neeson's that's coming up soon all right we'll be back with the track for this. A bad unclean and begs the moment guys. Welcome back to the show Want to remind people if you are in loss Angeles Next Monday On the second we will be doing a live. Dumb people town At Largo here. Our guests weird weird Al Yankovic Demetri Martin. 'cause I tyler had to go to New York which will get her back on the show but weird Al Yankovic Demetri Martin and Dave Longstreth the lead singer of the dirty projectors actors Get on that. There may not be tickets left but if there are check it out Largo and then we're going to be doing a live show standup show On the Fifteenth Eighteenth of December at a flappers in Burbank. So have some really good friends doing standup on that show too. It's a great chance to see. Do a nice full set in La. That's on the Fifteenth Eighteenth December. If you're there check that out could be doing amy manns. Christmas shows at Largo the ninth tenth and eleventh which will be a blast and then we gesture announcing we're doing a live dumb. Some people town for sketch fest. In San Francisco on January seventeenth serve. You're in San Francisco at the Marines Memorial Theatre. It is a huge theater. We want to sell it out. We love to see. Hi there. Good a superstars dot com. We'll put all dates on there. You can check that out Let's get some quick right now shall we. Let's do it If you are not the he'll in wrestling maybe it's best to leave the racially insensitive comments. Is it out. Owed the broadcast so look I. I don't know how people I feel about wrestling. I know people even though they know that it is not. The competition isn't necessarily real because it is scripted. The physicality is definitely real people. Take it seriously. The announcers are free to say whatever they want to say. Right and add me on a recent episode of Nwea a power It was removed from Youtube today after a line from Jim Cornet long time announcer. Yeah drew his comment drew fire from fans. This is the moment occurred during a non title match between Nick. It always occurs during that. You're not on the air you're on your best behavior. Not on the very edge of what you're doing here. So Cornet attempted to describe the strength uncovered and encourage murder. So you're in the heat of the moment all right. We're you hall in a game. which sort of unconscious in your digging into your unconscious to describe what's going on? This is described Murdoch Murdoch. He's the only man I've ever known. Construct a bucket of fried chicken on his back and ride a motor scooter across Ethiopia. I don't even know what that means. What in the world like you ha- by the away that's supposed to be by the way a compliment for the dude and a lot of people were like I don't even understand how that is like mixing racial slurs in a way that you just shouldn't do strap a strap a bucket it fried chicken on your back and drive a motorcycle earlier this month and W.. UA released a statement in regards to comments. Cornet made making light of suicide. I would love to see the band. NWEA do a song about this. Yeah I think thank you know. It's a bummer. Because by the way wrestling wrestling cuts across all racial. That's the beauty of wrestling that everyone gets mad at the he'll it doesn't matter if you're a man or a woman's if he's the manager of a bad guy and he makes some statement like this. Okay Yeah crosses the line yes. We'll make people mad definitely. Awfully make people hate him. Yeah maybe that was. Part of the storyline he soothes. Come on guys gotta go. I hate to say it but I apologize. I would actually love the policy. I would love to see I would love to see exactly. I would love to see again a real apology legit apology and I'd say like look man. We do a lot of things in this and I apologize for what I am. I mean. That's inside of this dude. But if he's awakened to the fact that hey this is in me and I gotta get it out and it's not cool and it's not fair and I've heard the reaction I realized what I did and I realize it now to me I would value that person a lot more. If they said that your in Yemen Golf Heart Sport reading I play. We're not great at it now at a gallery close to you now. People taking pictures. Here's wind guys go off and gals go off the course like when you're hitting the trees and everyone is like giving you a small way to shoot through. I mean I think think I'm GonNa hit you're gonna hit someone in the face. Well someone not get hit in the face. PGA Golfer Brandon Matthews made. Something happened to him and made him. I guess reevaluating his relationship chip with God Gallery Gallery. Okay he forgive. He forgave a fan and adult fan with down syndrome. The drum who yelled during a very crucial shot. That cost him the tournament Vegetable Golfer Brandon Matthews. He was locked in a sudden death playoff tournament in Argentina. Eighteen on's when he heard a yelp from the gallery the middle of a crucial putt Matthews twenty-five years displays distracted by the Sonnen. This eight foot Birdie. PUTT off eight. Feed is not like that thought. I'd gainful Tam. Bait is makeable for these guys four foot. It's not tasked him the visa the opening day Argentina title in Buenos Aires. But and. That's maybe a half a million dollars but here is but I bet it's like the best lesson ever will so he thought someone had done it intentionally. He was frustrated. He was in shock. which is split up? Won't you cannot do that. But then he went back out found found that the guy he's so he went in and it was very angry. Said Hey guys. Coin can't do that and he was angry. Sure because he didn't so went into the house and passed I write I'm GONNA explain to. I'm okay. That was down downside down syndrome right. Who's just a big golf fan? And he came back out of the sky on the guy died gave him a hug and then and said it's okay. I love you man and I. It's whatever it happens with questions. I appreciate his phantom great so a lot of times we talk about how sports gets it. Wrong a Lotta Times. We talked about how people are selfish. Time to talk about how guys are. But this guy isn't tiger woods this guy isn't you know Brooks Kepco is this may be his the closest he ever comes to a win on tour. We don't know we don't know I mean yes. It's great that he's the check he might have had the tournament of his life down to a final PUTT in a playoff. So it's on the line at this point a sudden death playoff and that happened to have it crumble like that and it costs tim money like that. It's a big deal to me. You have to treat it like twenty five years old. I don't know how mature I was at twenty five. I don't know that I would come to me. You have to treat something like that like it's like the the weather you know like the wind kicked up in a way that you couldn't you couldn't tell what was going on and you don't it it. Blew down in a way that you just you know what I mean Finally you know. When does that guy you know? I'm fine if you're an athlete in your way and that's fine with me. It's not my path but I say beauty. That's what gets you know. Love it when people give all the glory to God or fifteen percent fifteen percent five percent to your parents parents ever parent took who sublimated their own desires and thoughts for your sports in dreams for you then there are those guys that go out there. I'd say that the brushfires in Australia are God's way of punishing us who is from this guy from the Westboro Baptist church the Westboro Baptist rugby. You're so look along the second. You can't say that you cannot say that. Brush that things are of of nature nature or God punishing people because punishing the country because they support gay people is that what Israel full loud guy. He shouldn't even be allowed to have been fired. Rugby star Israel Flou- claimed that the country's devastating brushfire crisis and record breaking levels global warming of drought that. Oh you mean global warming that humans created a little taste of what God's judgment his life during a sermon at the Church of Jesus Christ and said he was stripped of his for million dollar rugby Australia contract good or this year or a string of homophobic social the media. I the way I think I think all of his money should go to. LGBT cute Groups don't you are or he'd go to like tolerance he claimed that people were evil in paraphrase the Bible Pass through saying drunks homosexuals cultures liars and this sky is a rugby player so like he makes his living being like I will move you the thing that's in front of I'm gonNA run right through so there is no give and take take with this guy. This guy is like I've got the ball right now. I'M GONNA blast rugby scrum. It is visibly one of the gay or physical. It's like Dude Dude Roddick. So maybe wasn't there but rugby out. Protest you too much. There was a rugby player player. Who in South Africa one of the only out gay athletes and he was like one of the best ever and you think to yourself okay? Rugby you've actually taken taking a step forward here where others have not. We always said that if a guy like Ray Lewis came out and said that he was good. Yes that would change for many people the way they viewed you know somebody who was not seen just seen in a different way. It would change people's minds to the point where there be like. Yeah I can dumb some people who wouldn't accept it might accept but you know what this comes back to and I'll add it on this and then We'll get out of here and we'll come back. And we'll get tremendous voicemail from from Berber from UH okay. Bullets Birmingham Athletic Ability. And talent doesn't give you the right to have any opinion agreed and also also no it doesn't we don't know whose body it's GonNa go into right. They could go into a dumb homophobic asshole or or maybe like the body of Mary. Carillo right who's like smart and aware and connected right inclusive right when you see it coming in this form a you say eighty yourself at bomber a waste. What a waste? What a waste of talent on a on an intolerant astle Yep bomber and by the way by taking money away you set a message and you send a message out there? That says you know what I can't say that stuff and you be the example. Let's say you can say just lose your money that's right We mentioned God. I love these guys so much There's off a lamp lip. Pros dirty projectors What is the time? I'll tell you what time it is. It's time for boomer voicemail and the other side visits visit view from the cheap seats. Happy Thanksgiving we'll see on the other side of this break a say Hey guys welcome back to the show as promised. We got a voicemail from Chris Berman And it's always good okay boomer is like a you know what it is being said by young people as kind of a derogatory it to anybody who's old and you knew the Chris. His nickname boomer would weigh in on this areas. Okay boomer take it away unbelievable. Run here a little bit for Chris Berman boomer as you all know me by boomer right now. 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Moment of the Day (7/30/19)

Boomer & Gio

01:33 min | 1 year ago

Moment of the Day (7/30/19)

"Moment and Al taking exception to tonight's starting pitcher for the Yank J. J. Half those ball. What kind of odds can we get on map. What what can we get on a no hitter tonight. What strikes plus twenty thousand. What do we think at fifty thousand ten bucks each. I've already throwing every year. Maybe tonight's the night they throw in every year you get my it'd be a combined no hitter though it's gory chance going up it wouldn't count as a J. Jay no hitter no a WHO- now J. J.. It's not with the J. J. Period A. Period is Jay and that's out M._l._b.. Has His name Jay period period. That's how it's written but it's pronounced. Jay Kika pronounced <unk> Volsky. I I love when Al gets angry. You did notice that the end there you call him. Jay Hop corrected me kind of went on E.. He kind of went in line with it a little bit right but his I wanted to say Jay and I was trying to speak so quickly. I did say J.. Probably why he changed it correct. His people were tripping over the J.. Hey right yes they go more. Is it James Anthony that we sent him. I believe so yeah I googled hopefully James. Anthony can give the yanks more than three and two thirds tonight. See see how that works out. It's amazing fan. Duel has a gazillion profits for this game. I can't find one for a no hitter off the board. I could not happy on the board. Why not I guess.

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Accessing The Power of Your Voice Within with Yasia Leiserach

Live Your Dreams Awake Podcast

44:41 min | 3 months ago

Accessing The Power of Your Voice Within with Yasia Leiserach

"Hi there and welcome back to the live your dreams awake podcast a show for powerhouse women who wanted to raigmore wildly live more vibrantly. Give generously brought to you by the Parachute Academy with Your Host Patricia Logan Author Coach funkaway expert. Intuitive Healer, Shaman. Passionate Female Entrepreneur, so look at this like genius in your ear. Inspiring you to live your dreams now. Yesterday welcome back I am delighted to have you here and listening, so you're not. Going to be disappointed today today I am back on the path of some more interesting spiritual dynamic where we are going to be talking about the power of the voice with my incredible guest Yasha. She's been a great friend comrade, and just like minded soul for so many years on this journey together Yasha is for in my regard, one of the most incredible. Incredible on my favorite Cureton leader in the whole wide world, you're going to learn a little bit more about that, but also about how to use the power voice in breaking through limiting beliefs and stepping into your power, and how important are voice really is so I'm GonNa. Leave you there and we even chant for you as well on this one so enjoy. I'm so grateful to have you here. I'm Patricia your host and I have the most incredible woman here today to share with us her journey, but also you know this this whole precept idea of this podcast. This show is to teach people and to show you that you don't have to stay stuck. There's ways to unblock yourself on. Really create unconsciously. Create the life that you want so whatever ever you are right now and you want to see a change. I know that you're going to get some inspiration from Yasha. In in so many in just book loads I'm always inspired in her in her presence. In her care Tan. When she shares her gifts with the world on just that so many positive experiences on super super excited to get her here to share her story, and also to re give you an access a meeting. Maybe open your mind to a tool that you have already that you may not be using to your highest ability. And Yeah just it's going to be so cool. I'm excited so Yasha where you today. Hello, thank you for that incredible introduction it. I hope I can live up to I. will do my back. nope. No pressure. Love what you said about the the tool of voice saying something they have already the united, even realize how useful. I am to continue from little study. An my home in wicklow in Ireland. It's a very gentle spring diet, which very grateful. We love son here when it comes. Just really happy to be here with you Anna delighted to be having this conversation. Thank you. You're welcome, so. How would you describe yourself because I? Just always I'm like yes, show the most amazing leader in the world. She's so amazing, but I know that you do lots of other things so. I think that I'd love you to give like. How would you describe yourself to us? First of all, thank you, thank you so much for being such an uplifting presence in my life, and when you come and chance I just so appreciate nuts, and actually for me. The chanting is so much about community, and it's really about what each one of us to the singing, and you know it's that place where it doesn't matter what your voice is like. It's completely welcomed as no judgment, and I would say the way I described. What I do is really about honoring and celebrating the singing voice, the human voice in all its colors and we know that. Everybody has all kinds of kind of vocal weather if you like. Some days all voice will be stronger than others some days you think all goat I sound really restricted and Croaky, and you know it's really one of those amazing things that it doesn't actually betray who we really are, and that's the beauty of it, and the scary thing about it as well is that it won't let us escape also and. I would say yeah, really and I would say. That's what drew me to working with voice and I. Don't know how I would describe my work I. would say I what we sound movement. And the comes in lots of different phones chanting groups whether it's through voice, a movement groups whether it's one to one and I'd work in lots of different settings, mental health hospitals to go places to the back of the healing center. Wherever will have may all go basically. I love it I. Love It, I love it, and so I'm always so fascinated to hear how someone. Got An his top because it's not like you did I don't know. Did you wake up one day and we decide I am going to bring voice to the world. Definitely not I never ever did any work with my voice. Not In a million years is the absolute. lossing would be no night mind to do for years I've always been involved in Don's movement practices in a bit of Yoga loved of Out of wild starts to my life as many of us have. And the only reason I go a tool involved invoice is because is having a really really difficult time in my life and I would have tried anything at that point you could have said to me gun swing off the nearest fence, shout to the Moon, and I'd have done it yet. Even though my life was very mainstream lifestyle in running events in working involved in working in clubs event management. That kind of thing, so it was really. And I just showed up in this in his basement under a library where an amazing woman cooled Nikki slade was teaching voice work fashion, and she is my primary teacher invoice, and she is a very amazing pioneer voice, and it was through the first few sessions that I did that the I began to wake up to I actually am rather than the person always trying very hard to be not succeeding too well. Yeah so that's that's where it began. Wow, that's so beautiful and at the I just love that description of like he finds out who you really were. At the yeah, so powerful. It? It was very powerful and lightly just acknowledging on you can't. When you give yourself a chance to sound really sound without having a lot of. Restrictions or ideas about how you'll meant to sound the place he meet is your essence that that is the voice as the messenger of a positive spirit or essence. Whatever the hell you WANNA cool that. And you can ost gets away from us. So the life that I was living really wasn't good for me for my wellbeing on many many levels. I was looking. For myself in all the wrong pace. It was alcohol partying old if that. And I. It wasn't okay it was fun for a while, and then it kind of went sour. I knew this icon. Sustain living like this. You know and just be the first sessions of lesson, wide voice out with such shocking and a relief at the same time design. You Oh my God. I can't lift why I'm leaving. This, there's no going back. That was the disturbing ought shit going back, but I met the force of my own being through my singing voice. Yeah, not was a huge relief on a reclamation. And it's very interesting what you said. You can't hide from your voice, and there's a few different bronze this because I first of all I. think There's. Like releasing your voice, and like hearing yourself, but also being heard. Yes! Absolutely. That's beautiful, not so beautiful that the two sides of the same coin and the thing of trying to be when you're not standing in your tree self when you're not speaking from an embody place, it's very difficult. People know in the residents of the conversation. You know when somebody's not quite fully there. And if there's a real disconnect between a person's voice in that body in truth, it's much harder to hear what a person saying. You know we know that when someone's talking to us. Doing that asked. They're not really communicating from that truth. That doesn't mean a big tunnel. Admittedly, just means. Are you speaking from your body from your voice in place of knowing who you are, even just a little bit makes a difference from speaking from a place I. we're trying to be something. That's not really true for us. You know so. Many aspects to not being hired, but that's that's one of Mea for sure and I always just think about that whole of like trying to be someone else you know like if your your voice is the whole idea of like trying to be someone else, I know I, totally you know. I did that for so many years tried to be the person I thought everyone else wanted me to be. Open late twenties and was like an for me. It was it was yoga was like my opening place, so it was going into a yoga class and sitting in the class, and it was such a bizarre experience, because I think that there's no accidents, and it's like you finding that basement hall, but like I remember standing in the in the the bar that I was running at the time and restaurants, and this guy came in, and I knew he told Yoga and I said You g teach yoga. You've still you'll because. I've won tonight at seven thirty and I, said okay. I'll be there and it was like I had never put any interested in. Yoga in my whole life. I have no idea why even started the conversation with him and he looked. Up She never gonNA show off, like he did not believe I would show up. My sister's apparently had been telling him for about six months. They were gonNA come to his classes, and none of them had ever showed up, so he was like she's another one of them. You'll never show up. On never set on the mass, and I'll never forget, he said. This one line was. Close closer eyes and now this is an hour for you. And I saw the tears roll down. My face and I was like. Real Wood I've never had an hour for myself before. What are you talking about? That was it I was just hooked into it. L. Voice took him a little bit longer a little bit further down the line for me, but it was yogurt that was actually worked started and a you started at the door with the voice, but you've been doing movements of so on how we kind of being be led to us. I think this is one of the things. About, listening to the whispers, your heart's like. How did you hear about that place? Like what was the thing like? This is where it's like. The thought is thanks to my sister. So at the time she was also trying things out experimentalism things that she just said. Don't go and check this out and I think that place the gift of desperation. Basically, that is a gift so for anyone listening to this. He feels pretty awful Tony the one good thing about fading pretty awful. Is it makes you open to try things out? You know and I I went that having tried so many different other ways to connect with myself to feel better with myself and I really was desperate, and I was invited to open. My mouth will make a sound, and that's just the most horrific idea you know. What I've got to laugh and make a noise. You know because because it's so risky because I couldn't control what was going to come out and all the time I'd be trying to control who I was in the world's. other people's ideas fit what I thought I wanted, which of course actually they didn't know it was my idea of what I thought was the right thing to do, and that one moment had been invited to I was invited to sing my intention I mean when all full idea totally. I never met any of these people I'm in. The basement of the library is to and I don't know who the hell is. He's teaching man. She Sang. Open your mouth, saying intentions. Very, cool club scene in the mid lips, though notwithstanding. On this really strong intention came out much to my surprise, and then I just both crying. And I just oh my God I just met a positivity that I didn't even I was still an I. And from that moment everything changed. You know everything starts to change. I went to that Baseman. Many many times I ended up working alongside nicky as happy. Pa I did a sort of unofficial apprenticeship with have seven and a half years, and it was a very very powerful process of learning about the power of the voice. In and I think a lot of people don't want with it because it is. Yet you know it's very scary and what I know from my own work. In the way I teach is a lot of it is about playfulness about not being afraid to play and be Sydney I'd see what comes out you know. Yeah, it's pretty amazing what? It isn't giving it is so so amazing. I think that might be people here going. What does she mean by the voice? Do you win and sing like? Do, you think like what are they doing because I know exactly what you do, but I'm interested or just two people to kind of go. Okay, if I'm going to play with the voice, where do I start with playing with the boys? Yet, right, so if you went along to any professional singing class, they start you off with all sorts of rainy ridiculous singing exercises. So this is not just something that wackos do fashions do this? And you end up making all silly faces, because it's all about releasing the muscles around the Joe around the mouth, loosening muscles in the net softening larynx that the Fox say you start to man how to relax the body in order for the for the voice spoke to be able to sound from a relaxed place, so that's from a really really simple point of view. Anyway were this tension in the body it restricts the sound and vibration if your voice, so you know when you really todd. Stress of voice sounds different when you re nourished and relaxed. So the first thing is about basically being a bishop idiot, remembering that every single incredible singing hud in your life spent a long time being a of an idiot before they actually sound like that. About the secret of people that realize they didn't like my things like literally. Pretending that a big piece of chewing gum to warm up their face. That's wrote everything. So that's the first thing. Amend from that. We usually a little bit of movement as well because obviously voice lives inside the body says it's a lot of tension in the body when open your body a little bit, so that's the movement aspect in some excess dance known sine thumbs that recontact cody. Other groups, it will literally be stretching. You know really really simple stretching just to get more breath in their bodies in the book as walking really well for us to suppose this incredible thing, we found the voice. That would be how I begin, and then we've made into some more exercises supported vocal exercises. Beginning fashion. Yeah, I hear you I love I. Love 'em in terms of the the voice. I always loved because gas. So you know I'm really. I, love singing like Lis-. I could sing all day long if I really. If I could I would answer the after all day long that would be. Happy I would be flying entitled Bliss and bird just return izzy basis. And literally just I would shop with Iraq. Chant all day. To say that honestly am the voicing was really really scary thing for me like really. Like 'em, it was really confronting and interesting. Enough my whole childhood I'd always had loads of throws issues. Those are sore throats. I've grown up with so much throws. It was a constantly. And I said this to a dip, so got yoga teacher ended up finishing up teaching. He moved away, and I got a new teacher, and I said to him one day about something about my boys throat sore and he said. Do you know what you need me to do some chomping? And I said all right, okay. Whatever you wait! He said I'm I'm starting chanting class an on Friday evening I wouldn't. Oh, okay, so it's like rice. Okay. I'm going to go so a bit like you. I wasn't a dungeon. It was like a basin delight bridge. It was upstairs over realistic studio, and we're in a circle. I Have Never Ashcroft, for as long in my whole life we did. The Guy, a tree mantra hundred eight times so I have never chanted, and if anyone knows, it's a very long mantra, which I now know. I guess since that first time. In grain in me, and and we didn't sing, so it wasn't like a singing thing. It was more like chanting. It's very deeply and profoundly, and it was beautiful, and what happened was at the end of this. It was I. Just Gosh piece. To silence and peace and I've never ever experienced before. So that really hooked me in because I was like Oh. Parties attempting thing I'll get this place where my brain stops like initially. Like stopped for a few like for a few minutes, I was just like Toke me quiet. Not as if people know from the PODCAST, no me in general Yash knows me. Median choirs is very difficult, even quite mine like nearly impossible, so this was a huge moment in terms of like getting into this work, so you won't be phrased. Patricia got like on talking about waste like this has been so profound in so many different ways like the benefits office are like through and through powerful in terms of accessing meeting, but also like that sense of peace that I got from my always find that after any out of chanting or And then I got more into the singing. There's another story the teacher in India bus. And what about you? What are the? What were the like? You said? Your whole life changed, you know. Like I'd love to hear more about like that and maybe people that you've seen transform just accessing their voice. Yes so. Yeah. That's beautiful. What you're describing that place of deep silence that you received just street chanting this these crazy sounds that you've never had. and. The fact is we all know where we're vibration we are vibration. That's you know that's a scientific facts so? You want to be the vibration. That is the most comfortable and resource for you using the voices of very very immediate way to do that, so you literally reach Union your whole body, your whole being by using your singing voice. What's so incredible is the given this gift of sound through the voice. An each one of our voices has the mets that we need in it. You know so. The minute you start singing, and repeating any mantra or sound or even a song, you're already starting to tune yourself up to a healthier vibration view now. If you choose to sing pop song, that's going to uplift you hundred percent it. You choose to sing a Mancha. You're working on lots of different parts of your energetic field, the whole field of your body, not just your physical body, so because with ideation win not just the skin that were in where also this energetic field that goes beyond the skin. This is just science. This is not Wacko. Language is the. Abrasion, so when you're working with mantra, those sounds are said to the very very close to the source of what we made of. And it actually doesn't matter whether you believe that's not the whole point with mantra is that it is a scientific vibrations. You just go away and have a saying and try. Those sounds an physiological level. You're already giving yourself incredible power sympathetic release through the number system, so the Vegas now that is in the throat that will goes all the way through the body into the organs. The hallway through the body is perceiving this beautiful vibe abrasion immediately tons down stressed united starts to clear your whole body of anxiety of fight or flight responses. You'll physiologically being given something very powerful at the same time. Those mantra are also raising vibration though. If you read any of the Old Indian literature, which is where these these types of chance. com that all about clearing the energy video continuing through the different shot. Awakening opening enlivening, so it's a very powerful lesson. Actually it's a migration, all medicine, different type of medicine in the stuff out of the counter. You know it's a different finance frequency, and of course it takes us to all sorts of states that most of us look for in alcohol and partying in relationship it takes us to those places that actually Mitt insider office places a deep peace place. All of those very joyful uplifted spaces that we look for outside of us, we get to meet inside of us through the chancing practice, and ultimately it takes you into deep silence. which is where vibration emanates from is deep silence, so would drop into a well of dijk signing slash through the practice of chanting, which is so beautiful, really beautiful to hear Oh my God. I just love that description that you've given people and I'm just like everyone to just run out and like chats. Are just saying you know I think this is this. This is something that so normal for us. As children like just like sing songs and play and platelets, you talked about earlier that we all like I just remember like making dance moves and seeing my cousins and my sisters, and it's like almost like it's kind of like taken away from us under some kind of. Barrier between like expressing your voice. From being a kid to the some aid, it's own. Oh, I can't sing, and this is a nobody in my entire life ever told me you can't thing. But I made an executive decision that I could not saying as a teenager, and that stayed with me until my until I was in really at that leaving the chanting until I basically got to India when looking for chanting teacher, the first song I said to I. Don't want to learn to sing. I can't sing. I want to chance I want to learn chanting like the. An old like a week later I'm singing a song to Ganesh. Here I'm singing, you know. So it's this idea of like. Giving yourself permission because I feel like this is something that people may have when they're listening to this near their own open I can't sing. You actually don't need to be well first of all you can like. It's not about like a perfect perfect voice. Maybe you talk a little bit. Absolutely I mean for a star. If you can breathe and to, you can sing. You know the voice rides the breath so. That is no such thing as not being able to saying I. Think what you said is really important about somehow. You decided that it wasn't okay to sing. And for a lot of people that have been told to be quiet talk even if you went told explicitly that we're brought up and shown a particular style, singing were only a tiny percent of people are allowed to sing, and they have to fit into substance categories. You know whether that's hot or whatever started. Do you have to fit into this very narrow category, which is ridiculous? Considering every single person has this capacity, and it's very very convenient thing to keep a population of people. Control is to silence that voice, though 'cause, the status quo is shut up. You know so there's nothing. More dangerous to the status quo than for somebody to claim their voice. You know it's a very very powerful thing to do, and it's really interesting. When I first started to use my voice, even people that were close to me with a questioning why she doing that you what she doing because I was shaking up the status quo with in my close circle of friends you know, and the fact is. You're making a run for your life when you claiming your voice. And I would just really support everybody you know. Screw Olen Ron. Just go for it. Ask. In Your Voice you will meet your power, and you will meet your freedom and your essence, and is not convenient the structures in our society. Like that. So you know, of course, there is a general thing of everybody. Keep it down. Nobody knows how to manage really full life force. You know it's not controllable. It doesn't fit in in thought to actually. Really truthful none of us really a in because we're all very unique. Unique human beings, yes, so I would say risk playing with your sound whether that saying to a pop song or guy into a chance, or it doesn't really matter. Just risk meeting your voice in whatever form, it feels manageable in an at that. Is You know I used to go swimming and go underwater and saying under the worst low the noise, and then come up, look really normal carry-on on. The mods underwater because I didn't have anywhere, I could make allowed sounds. You know so. That was really fun. Wave me lay now I'm a lunatic in general so. What that's done. Is that given me a huge amount of joy and capacity and energy in my life, just from having my voice spot. Let alone a life that. I didn't know I could have you know which is a life offering? I love and offering the thing that really gave me myself back. So. I would say half ago. Disturb a few people make some loud noisy. makes. Loud noises and it's so true it's like how often do you hear people making loud noises like so rarely and. We have actually just telling a story about Ken wanting to make like a bit of a noise and I was upstairs in our place in Bali. I just heard this big splash in the pool, and I was like well, I looked at homeric headed, got in, and I jumped in the field, and his close, and he was in the bull screening at the top of his head, his voice under the Walser and he came out. The nays. Like amazing, she just needs to express something that he didn't feel comfortable in the air during it I think now we'd probably be better because. It's so fascinating and how we just like. Stop ourselves and I really even haven't an moments as missing to you because I'm always inspired you, but around the that like? When I feel like by doing this voice, work really helps you like standing down in your power and not be afraid to your truth. You know you. You're not as afraid I know. People are like wild, Patricia, you're wealthy to go on facebook lives and do podcast. Do all up like I would not have bass capability I think if I hadn't really. Dived into this voice work as much as I. have on and. I always feel so high live outdoors, and they say the whole people's health is better if the join choirs, they better health if they join a choir like you know, it's free. You know to go to the choir and any better health. That's another way of doing. It could be like choir obscene on your own. Go to cure town. It's all about like finding a place that you can express yourself freely. An opening up time to that throat Chakra, and because you see people who and you were saying about like your body, your voice doesn't lie. I. We had we chatted last July and my voice was absolutely correct, and I was exhausted. It wasn't just my voice. It was like entire. Exactly flatlined lining like Joe Stop. Don't talk to do anything. Just go to bed or a few weeks. And it took a while to come back. You know it really did take come back because I'm you know I think even the voices near the outer edge of the signs like if your voice starts getting bad, it's like Oh. Absolutely and we, we also find ways to mark so we we mosque things for a while, and then as I found. You know you can only do that for so long Something says sorry. This is not sustainable. Wanted to go back to where we were talking about making loud and wacky sounds Yes that that I neither many people are very afraid of sounds because of how they've been. Brought up around a lot of shouting, and that's just something to really acknowledge in yourself as a very lovely simple thing that you can do. Around the voice of you find yourself getting frightened by somebody else's sound or it's bringing back. Bad memories or anything like that just an very simple. You can use your own top. You can put your hand. On the center chest or even just give yourself a hug and it's just to again. The relationship nervous system has to sound singing voice with founding boys, or if you hit loud sounds, a frightening is just to really bring yourself back to reassure yourself to self soothe actually because that's one of the reasons, people find voice frightening is because of the way voice is being used against them as a child or in their environment, so it's also just acknowledged it. People can have a very traumatic relationship to that voice into other people's Voice, and if if you're listening to this new, no, that's true for you just to very very slowly and gently, and in the fast ice, just to acknowledge that voice has been a very frightening thing, and it's been used in the wrong way. You know so. It's to begin with acknowledgement and very gentle ways into what with that. So I. Just want to acknowledge really really. Really really important, really important and. Just, beautiful to be able to kind of okay, we can solve. Soothe ourselves, and and even just. I. Don't know if you've seen those studies about like ams listening people listening to like tap purring. Being like really good for your system or you know that I'm like I. Don't know how cats purr. anyways. Good Attempt That whole idea, though on a sounds like those vibrations. I'm just that idea. effective sound because I used to do the teaming with Jeff. And like I to talk to people about like we have our own beautiful voice that we can self soothe ourselves with just whatever we feel like we need to nourish ourselves, but we can use other sounds to of tune into that vibration of those sons, like so whether it's a mantra or at both or a cash purring or birdsong like there's so many your. Nature to just connect in without like the ocean. We know that they all soothe oss. So why wouldn't using our own voice be another place a consensus because it's it's ours now. Absolutely right, and that's so beautifully said one of the things people have grown up in natural matic environment where the sound was where the voice was not used in the right way. One of the things that happens is the inner. Changes, the frequencies that it can here so it can only hear some lower frequencies that are actually shocking to the system, so that thing of really feeding yourself with sounds that allow you to often open and feel relaxed is so so important, and those sounds that you just illustrated the night to sound therre amazing bud songs amazing Costco Music. Yes, really good classical music, especially box, actually okay, because of the frequencies the way that those pieces of music aristion at very very good for wellbeing. Okay, so even just beginning to retry the air for sound coming in beautiful Y in a choice voice a very intentional about what you choose to listen to yes because. The. Two the two sides of voice is listening the receiving side as expressing inside so that's also healing process that happens with the listening both from sounds coming in, and then listening to our own invoice before we go to express. For you, and it's just that whole power of sound and music on people so profound you know. I just see from some of my events like there's some songs that like. Katy Perry firework like everyone in the whole room was just like. It, just you know what a gave permission to dance at the saying to go live like express themselves. Because everyone else is doing. They did it, but like they still like post videos and Doug me and they're like Oh God I'll never. The same again you know. Access these these moments of time, so there's those songs. Profound power of different pieces of music like impact us in different ways. And being really mindful of like what we're listening to is so important. I'm just laughing. Because as we were talking, the cows were doing outside I was like. I wonder is moving cows like a soothing. Voice exercise where you do use a move found and again I. Want I want you to know people. This is not Wacko. Stop this professionals do. You know they make these funny noises to actually sound free so sound free out of a cow. That's one of the ways to relax. I, you I'm just like getting the Hash because I I kind of go with the flow with it, and I would love if to do some kind of little chance, just for people to you know maybe if it's a few words or something For people to able to kind of go okay will this is what I can take home with me to repeats, and to you know anchor into my body that will make me feel good, and it's something to kind of play with so you could be in your car. Listening to this, you could be in your headphones. He could be walking could be at home and to just like. Give yourself permission to voice with US I'll go with Yash is. Not! I love it I wish I. had who I've got. My Teresi box will go and get it. We can just for us will describe for okay so less than really really simple one. Let's just do Mar Jj Ma all Atkinson poll. And just for those of you thinking what Hell's that that size? Agent language the language of Mantra and again I just want to actually at. The these from this amazing Indian lineage on it's very much sense to that continent that these mantra in tax being passed down orally for hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of thousands of years, and they I started in villages where there was no musical training. You know normal people who just wanted to sing together, so that's why this is comes from. It's not some special professional thing. Anybody can do that. The and so I just really want to acknowledge the privilege. It is to be able to sing a tradition like this from from another continent that is so beautiful, not listing Brussel. Yes, and you don't have to believe in us to do. It does nothing to believe me believe. Yes, those believe in. It's very much about the power of your own heart. So when you're singing, you see how that affects you. If you love it than follow it actually you prefer It's whatever floats your boat. Mantra Gateway into a certain type of practice. If you want to play with it or not. It's it's really that just to enjoy so jay means salute or hail or in celebration of and Emma is Martha. So it's Mar J. J. Ma. Ma, JJ J. Ma. A. Anybody is listening to this one single. Just say no. There's usually a little bit of delay on zoom. If it's out of tune in our. anyway, don't worry about it. Yeah, so usually. We do in a cooler responsible match. It's up to you. Say Join in. So just taking a moment to soften the belly. When we only do that, so you can get a little bit more breath in. Softening, relaxing the chest and the shoulders. And if you're sitting down and listening to this just getting connection, he'll stitching lines. And, if you're standing just all the way to the cells defeats, and letting the body often relax. Will. The face. Great and just for fun. Let's start with three own so leaving in. Oh. And again. Sh. Kolja so begin. Ma Jane J. MMA Jane, Jane JJ. Together Nah Jj. Ma J., J.. J. J.. ME. Ma J J.. J. J. J. J., Ma. Ma J J. J, J! J, Jay. Yeah MA J J. J. J. MA J J together. J. J.. J. J.. J. J. Ma. Ma J J MA JJ. J. J. Nah J. J.. J. J.. J. J. Ma. J. J. J J. J J. J.. J. J.. J. J.. J. J., Ma. JJ J. J. J. A. J. J. J. J. MA JJ MA JJ MA. Beautiful, so you get the idea? Founding with Zoom delay. Zim As in, we're like so happy. Until. Grinning leader takes UN's. For those of you that like yeah, okay, this is definitely waves when you hear that for the first time especially, if it's not part of your cultural background and history, it absolutely is, and you're hearing something that is not accompanied by drum or an instrument and no lead have folks drum and instruments and the great thing about it is? It's so super simple, but ultimately you can let gun let your voice ride the rhythm of the drum an instrument together on its as very very nourishing course in way to sing with other people because that's also policy. Practice is to be able to sync together with other people, and you have a sense of in training by the nervous system softens relaxes as a whole group, and you come into Homey as a whole group. So powerful and profound and beautiful, and yet blissful and challenging. I, think that that's the Nice thing. It's just you know whatever you need. It will give you. And Really I. Just Really Wanted Yasha here today to Kinda. Give people a permission slip to use your voice and I. Only. We've done. And I'm so grateful for you sharing your check with us and just sharing your gift because this is a gift, you. But also around the world, so you do workshops and teaching like you're like this globe out around teaching workshops around the world. So tell people a little about about more about you. Do you do work with people online and you to a sessions really? TO INTUITIVELY HELP PEOPLE! Thank you I I'm very lucky to do. There's no doubt about that, so you can come and trump with me here on, and that's one of the regular challenge, a couple of times a month and you know again. If you're uncertain about this kinda practice, you can also check the lows of links on Youtube to lots of different styles, chanting styles, so I would just check out something. Sing along with each evening. It doesn't matter, but you're very welcome to come to the chance here in Ireland. I offer voice in movement workshops. Whatever Europe. just just come back from a shopping hamburger. We had fifty people singing dancing. Really really useful group, and the fact is every human being loves to sing. Imbalanced doesn't matter what. It doesn't. It doesn't matter how culturally on your buddy your sound. It's really about allowing yourself a freedom of expression, one way or another, so those are some of the things ideals running chump training, just starting in March around my lost year. It's great beginnings of people who want to learn to lead. chanting a variety of things and very welcome to check out my website, which is www. Dot Org sadistic. Anybody who wants to have a look? Boy Running, down everything. That Org and that's where you can find I highly recommend. Along and seeing what she's up to and attending if you're lucky enough to get to attend one of her. Chance you may be if I'm in Ireland at the time. You'd be sitting beside me. Because I have most of them, but in general, if you're back here or an Orleans or just follow just to try to whatever workshops and it's really powerful, amazing work and I can testify to the just the power of your voice, and how important it is for us to really tune in, connect with the hearts of us. truly embodying so tonky. Yasha, for bringing this medicine into the world and helping people access their voice. I'm so grateful for you here Who Listening please do come in and share your our house after this share. What chance if you find one? Did you like us to? A. Common share with us in the group until us. Any moments I'd love to hear and to connect with Yasser for sure thanks being here. I will see you all next week for another episode and. Obviously another very inspiring woman from somewhere around the world views, really stepping in and sharing their magic, and also creating a constant creating. Beautiful Life. Chemo thank you so much, Patricia in love to under wife is. Really.

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Donna Wanna? - EP 302

Straight Talk with Ross Mathews

1:16:27 hr | 10 months ago

Donna Wanna? - EP 302

"Do I sound like Mexico. Do you sound like Mexico. I smell like Because I was just there. Yeah Yeah last night you know who got in with. Cj was there with me. We Do you feel rested yet. J Yes I do. Actually we got in last last night the driver pulls up here Mike by CJ to his house and I walked in sat on the couch and literally fell asleep completely soaked by the sun completely content fell asleep on the couch with a candle burning. That's dangerous very dangerous. Do How do you think I feel Jo Malone. It was a good candidate flip through it. That's a lot of expensive candlestick gift usually get in target or Tj Maxx. The back with I understand and but that was a gift gift. Can't I slept through it. Did you go nonstop in Puerto Vallarta. Like I didn't go like hard like a party animal but like you know what I like to do is yes. I like a drink during the day by the pool situation. NAP Dinner. Piano bar glass of wine go to bed with a ten in front of it. I don't like to do you know but then one night we did go out to dinner and I had a Tequila with a number. What kind of Tequila was that done? Early eighteen forty two. Yeah Oh that got returned. I was up to in front of it drunk. No no I never felt drunk. I just felt like entered energetic. Ah Yes. Cj was done that night. And I was like where you next. Please let me go where we're GONNA go now because there were three nights before I go you go how I went and I tried to find Rachel maddow on there was nothing there I would watch like. CSI in Spanish. And so then the last tonight. And I got the eighteen forty two I was like. CG where we go with the French by the way sold out sold out and it's now every Sunday every Sunday at the top at Almar resort. What am I right? I can't believe it was sold out. People thing is it because it's a different crowd every single weekend. Yeah so they're selling go. God you meet any straight talkers down. He certainly did pictures and kiss kiss. You have have tens. Oh Gosh Oso did you see on my love to love your striped calf. So it's a it's like a rap really slowly rap that's kind of see through and there was so many of the street talker. WHO's wearing it and I go? Oh my God I love it so much kept saying steel. I'm GONNA steal it after the brunt jr go to my room and it can be here. Knock knock knock on the door and and the Bellman at the back. They bought it for me now. gave the not rooms and I had to use a fake name in that hotel too because has my picture was everywhere. Because I don't want to say every time and everyone anyway the point is this they somehow got around it and God they did because if you go. It's like a stripe captain situation which I wore shirtless. Oh by the way. I look at my shoulders by ten. Did you get any action. Did I get action questions did you. If I'm in Puerto Vallarta and I'm having drinks by the pool and stuff Jeff. I want to get laid. What kind of I mean you know quick question that nobody cares the best piece of meat that that meet? Cj thank you for changing. God bless we have a great show few today. Ah with a special guests in the house. We're kicking it mom school. No no no no this show is. It's GonNa be a real mother who know what what what is. Wow spelled upside down. Aw Mom yeah any any of these good. We should've you mother okay. We have Nikki's he's mom here in the show Kinda day we're going to get to your inner darling all. CJ percent for it. I need it and I'm not going to do it until you do it. Big Big mean Spanish. At least in your that's not Spanish. That's English senior Macho seed you know. see Ross. Oh my God. My water just broke the senior US more yellow. It is hello everytime anywhere all the time. The humidity melted ghost month. Yellow our anyway straight very talk. You wish you had and no you need money now here. He is Ross Matthews. The shoes backed up sweet to me. Oh Oh sorry phenomenal program. We have today for starters this. Is You pay yellow means in Spanish. Was You quick. Reach around him alone is thank you what's going on. Hi How's it going good Juno. Cj is heroes you say in Spaniel wayball the J. J. J. Nikki Boyer I'm honored by that well. And if you are for for starters if you're watching us on the kiss club hope you're enjoying the fund. All of us are doing his show. Mark has show to. He's the only one that doesn't send them in. And I have to send so many texts like are you gonNA is. If you're not gonNa tell me knows I can tell the people I would just make this promise to the audience. We each do our own show and the kiss club video. And all all of that. I cannot promise Marco be there every week. I'm not GonNa make that promise you I'm not GonNa lie to the people because what I have to thank you I have to tell you Getting is like pulling teeth his show. But we're okay and if you're watching on the video you'll see on the couch usually between Nikki and I I on the couch are the dogs. And they're here to people love seeing the dogs on the video you know but ma- earls next to me sleeves up here on the floor but between us as well is is a uh well the one and only for the first time ever here at in Pristina Darling or in any other studio students for the first time time ever Nicole boy as mother Donna Boya is here. Love getting kissed up by Selena and Donald. Oh Boy Oh thank you so much for being here. Thank you so much for having me do you listen to the die. Love her voice absolutely. There's this restaurant up up above my house with a beautiful view you know. We went up for a cheese meat. And she's plea and Donna. We all had a drink. I just WANNA say yeah. So Don Boyer Donna Bo. Yea Excuse me Kiss Kiss. How are you feeling good to have another drink? Good Yeah you right here here in front of us we are listen. We got nowhere to Donna Donahue you listen to the program and the regular do you keep up with everything absolutely so you okay so apologies to apologize for everything. I'm just it's okay. It's okay yeah Donna Boyer's cool. I have to say we talked. Ah there have been swear words thrown around and so this show is going to be good. Yeah this morning I said. Let's prepping for the show. And then we started talking about tea bagging. We had a quick discussion over breakfast about anal sex. I think we're good good. Yeah so you're I just say there's nothing off limits during this episode right absolutely not go for it okay. Good when I have to tell you when I came back to read you I have evidence of it here I was no. It's true I came back and I when I was in Mexico I was with. Cj and I purchased a present for your Vaccine Malone. Because every time I go anywhere he said because I always said one time to him he said it was going to the stories. They give me a treat because I always used to take my dad. My Dad would remember that and I see a treat so every time I go to Mexico he says give me a treat and I never do and so this time time I mean listen. I'm busy you know so this time. I saw something and I go. Oh my God. I'm going to get this for bags and don't say what it is but you were like. Oh my that's perfect right. Yeah so I woke up this morning and this morning and it was at eight thirty. I woke up early but I wait until eight. Thirty on the DOT. Look at time it says Nicky. What the time? I texted fags. Eat Right. Here's this eight eight thirty. Am Sat there staring at the clock. Eight thirty so I'm waiting and I texted you up. I got you a tree in Mexico breakfast fist and then I waited eight. Fifty six is texting all capitals. Good morning and then I get at at nine seventeen I get. I'm meditating from taxi. Oh you gotTA SH- literally. Yeah and I said well you missed me anyway. I'm shipping your treat. Eight back to Mexico also voting for trump so there will be a wall between you and your tree harsh but he do the first phones don't buy he goes he goes. I'm trying to spiritual and I wrote. How do you think I feel and he goes? Did you get me Patricia. PARTOUT because fags. He's been doing this. Dykes on his instagram. This area net puppet named Patricia. I wrote to him. I said I got nothing and he said tell me you. You did not get me a hat and I didn't respond. Oh what if I did get you know. I would've loved you. See Right here. Tell me you did not get a hat. We'll no no. I got you a treat in Mexico. A hat no because I was playing with you because I was hoping you'd give me Patricia. Partout like another Marian and I wrote to you I no longer have anything to give you. uh-huh and he wrote an all capitals. GimMe my tree. I just wrote and he wrote now. I said go meditate on it. So harsh happy married. I have nothing I have nothing to give you and tell you earn it. Oh Shit isn't that mean he goes. It's my my tree. Give it to me and I say treats are earned. And that's it. I still haven't giving it to and I won't give it to you. How does do I have to say I? Can I tell my side ensure okay you just read the transcript. Yes but you through the first opens. Your tone wasn't right on. What did you say good morning? Sorry I'm sorry Donna on a boy. Let's go check with the judges done boy said Good Morning. That's okay yeah all capitals. It wasn't it was more it was. I didn't hear the tone hard to is a threat. Minute wait a minute very forceful Nikki. Calls me out when it's a knock APS C. Thank you knew Hashtag Don Boyer. Yeah I was saying Good Morning. Good Morning Okay. Yeah you could have put musical note oats. I didn't hear that. That's that's the spirit with which it was well. A lot of it was being playing with you until you said I needed to earn it. Yeah you did but I have ferndale well it guess what. What have you done to earn? I run the twitter. I've been posting on instagram. Isn't do that for the extra. Yeah but the kiss. KISS KISS A wig. Last week this week we have any this is how we are done. Boyer tell them what you do. Describe what fact. He's wearing beautiful wig. He looks like a pretty UNICOR. Yeah it's a rainbow wake with a Unicorn Horn and ears and glasses. Yeah it's really cute. Where you got that TRICIA TRICIA brought out? I don't have that right. Yeah that's true. She's she lives at Disneyland. Disneyland Blanche Drag so anyway fags e you will not be receiving your wait a minute. I have earned it. I just told you how I earned I. What do I I need to do? Bend over backwards. Anita one I I think you know but I know that I'll know it when it happens. I want my treat. You're not getting your gender. Get now no I was just playing with you the baby. I'll give it to you for Christmas because I did. Put my Christmas tree up-to-date so pretty pretty thank you. It's white sorry C. J. and Um we gotta be way he did it's white white and all these ornaments like from when I was a kid we things and you know what I just. Didn't I put on this year. I put on the PO. Listen I sound like I'm tired. I on just the metallic wins gold silver and bronze. I just put those ones on and then to seahawk ones. And then I stopped. I looked at attrition on. I'm like I wrote on top of that done a lot of work second tree why. I think you need a SEC. I have one in Palm Springs. Set it up now that one you know what I did. Last year I plugged to victory plugged input one ornament on. It sounds like something I'd I'm busy but you have a little tree here in the Pristina Darling studio you have a little just a little. You can see it because I am a really holly jolly person. You know. I'm Hojo's Joe is Mojo but I just I hear Is Crazy for me. I mean okay. So can I tell you something and I told Nikki and Donna Boyer this. When my first book I did twelve cities on a tour? You know big big. This is like a theater tour and do a whole thing this year here. I said my goal. My dream is to do more than twelve cities right and CJ is gonNA come on the road with me. I just think I finalize it's going to be thirty cities you guys thirty cities Albury and into March. Can you imagine that I won't be coming home for a month. And just stop and you don enough about your dating life. Don Boyer So we're going to announce I think next week the cities that I'm coming back so intimidating and I'll do a whole show and it's just about every city we cover the northeast he's the southeast the Mid West the northwest southbound we cover the whole other credits exciting the whole country month. You're going to be gone a month. And that's that's just part of the tour and then I have a couple of weeks often back out for a couple of weeks but for a month straight. We're going to be on the road having like a day off day off there but basically boom boom boom. How crazy is that is so excited? I can't even understand your expectations. I know I was so afraid to you. Knew it tiffany. When I was writing this book looking ahead? This idea do the tour. I actually thought myself like what if you write the book and nobody buys it. Nobody cares in your over and so the fact that winter from my hey no matter where and so. It's really rewarding Tim. I'm proud of you. And then the work what Britain the work it does feel like my mom keeps saying to her so she's not even on Mike she I'm coming. I'm coming and going with them. Just say I am can you. What did you say you said dummy see coming? I'm coming. It sounds like the in Mexico. Oh my that answers that question. Ah God I love you just the beginning of Don Boyer. Let me tell you something. This show continues getting to know a lot more about Nicole boy as mom voyeur is saying with us and we come back. We're going to play a little game. That's gonNa Appeal MS senior much. Come on Micky. 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She's well known for this signature signature. Sound that runs in the family. Yeah y'all my Gosh that was in the DNA. Let me hear it again with Donna. Don't don't they yeah. I taught her. Well Burn thome. It's God reflects does run in the family. I've heard much well. Well we are so happy your time. When I they found out that Donna Boyer was going to be here I thought to myself. Well what do we do with with Nikki's mom because you know Nikki is a beloved eleven member of the family. People love to know about the where we come from. You know our texture our history all of that so I wanted to. I could ask you. What was Nikki like growing up? He's not okay. Well I want I want no no and no one is no one cares. But when I wanNA find out about is more about Donna Ana Boyer so Donna Boyer can. I just hoping that Mike for a second. Just just hand that mic over to Donna. Boy So Donna Boyer you live in Saint Louis Missouri Missouri. Yes and tell you here's a little tidbit about Donald Boyer. Her father was was the man who would the beacon on the top of the arch in Saint Louis built it. One of the people that built the arch and Saint Louis Absolutely. But you don't go into the top of the arch because I'm scared to death. I'm CLAUSTROPHOBIC phobic. Yeah see I'm learning things. We went to a drink. I learned things about and so I wanted to play a little game so we can all learn about the woman that created Donna. Nikki Boyer. How is Nikki's labor? How is that lever with Nikki? Boyer easiest thing I ever did in my life really y y three hours in in and out. Wow like these days women are like I did it with no drugs but guess what back in the day. There weren't drunk right crab drugs no drugs. Wow on the way to. The hospital stopped and ate fried chicken. Oh my God. CJ lemonade made. I love lemonade. And then you win. Drought bought a pack cigarette. No you smoked. When you were pregnant you wrote wrote? Yeah I know Donna Marie now Sheila. She smoked when she was pregnant. What does the Fried Chicken? Nothing it was so I think my husband said what he want like that. I just love writing aging. I heard it when it came down from the bottom light-heartedly changed because I didn't mean it like that to gauge you in the Congress Congress that you know sometimes I turn this when he hasn't talked for a minute I go. Cj What do you think right in that many J.. I did not mean that. Talk about turning tired but I heard it. I thought everybody changes subject and I just felt that laser steer review and I talk to me didn't mean everybody just vouch for me as a human being that you'll hear me. Sometimes they see your red in the face so you don't so racist intention wasn't racist but I heard it as through the came out with like. Oh my God because voucher me as a human I turn to C. J. Sometimes and just incorporee you drive in fact what you're hearing. Cj tell the people would fags. He's right it's okay we hear you. We believe it sounded so racist. I really didn't mean that God. It was easy. No now. You're talking about high school clear. Ah I didn't talk. We are not a racist that came amount wrong. Oh my God I'm dying is telling you you're not really you're in one of those moments careers. My God God. Why'd you have to have fried chicken not a voyeur? You ruined a cigarette really a cigarette absolutely lutely throughout the pregnancy. Yeah aside do well. It was a different time was six years everything and six and so this is why she doesn't use. Microwaves part of her brain. Right right right. Oh my God did they did not know it was bad for babies. Then they didn't told me not to smoke. I would not have smoked. Of course we would like to say she turned out fine. I'd like to but I would I wanna do is was this. I WANNA play. I WanNa get away from fried chicken cigarettes during pregnancy and I want when I can't get away from that and I I WANNA play. How do we get to know Donna boy? Or how do we get to do it. We should probably find out. You know we play Games. Would you know who you would. Donna WanNa WanNa what exactly game all about would donald WANNA which. She wanted you down which she wanted to do this. Which you WANNA do other things? So we're GONNA go Renaissance Donna. Would you want this and then you're going to answer yes or no. I'm sorry little game. We like to play with Donna WanNa and it takes a long time for this song to get to the part where they sing Mamma Mia and that's why I'm stretching now because I didn't realize it was that so so it's not even now it's still it's still so we're gonna all say don't WanNa would they would I think Donna WanNa does she want to do it. We're not let's all find out now. Donna WanNa that's all I wrote in making it up as I go along Donald. This oh my God. There's no words now. C. J. Really Really. Sorry about that thing Donna WanNa let hideout yes if she said what do that U. K.. We're we're giving me some marijuana. No okay okay so I found it interesting that you didn't want to go to the top of the arch you're dead so we're GONNA WANNA skydive no no and why Too much of a pussy understood. Cj with Donald. WanNa go dancing tonight long absolutely have you. When's the last time you went dancing all night long? Oh longtime ago. I think it's time you come to Puerto Vallarta and can go with that. I'll do you'll do it Donna. Donna one some of that Tequila had mellow yeah. Donna Would you ever want to go to a nude beach. Would you lay out naked. Absolutely enough dot interesting. Donald ally don't want it to some pipe. I been there done that okay awesome. You did thought about two weeks my sister on the way to deliver Nikki Hospital weeks ago. You did you do two weeks ago. Can you tell me about this. Well I I live with my sister. She's seventy eight and she's all crippled. Jackie yes aunt Jackie and And you take care of you help take care of her and we pot. We smoke pied She just gumy's kinds of crazy shit. That's wonderful along with their competes. Right UM WITH DONNA WANNA be on a nude beach with a black man that eats fried right chicken now. Now now that's offensive. Yeah and you should ask another question. I want to stand up for that not on this show. So okay move on Malone Donna Donna. Let's move on this past weekend. But would you want to have your own podcast called Hashtag Donna boy. Oh yeah no what about podcasts. Called Donavan Donna or Ya. Ah Donald Q. I'm tired understand. We made alive down. I'm exhausted. Don Don WanNa have sex whole hell. Yes yes oh ooh you do what you don't want to go on deeds. Oh you just WANNA have sex. I wish for Donna My saying this. I wish that Donna had like the fuck buddy. Would you be open to that Donna. Yes I do I have a girlfriend and she's like can't we just paid get fucked. Isn't that introduced Nikki. Walk me through your thoughts on that. And then you know I'm crass but someone the other day of the Charlotte of straight talk with Ross. which I thought was hilarious? I'm the proof is in the city. Now listen I think I think everybody should have have a fuck buddy. If you're not in a relationship we should there should be and I guess there's grinder and things out. There should be like an applet. F Buddy where you're just searching for people at any age any gender whatever. We're just like Wednesday and it's like what are you doing like. Oh do you want a Mama Mama you would if some dude was like. Hey Donna on Wednesdays we're GONNA GONNA meet like we're GonNa go to fucking I don't know old country buffet and then I'm GonNa take you home and have sex. You'd say yes well after knowing but yeah Yeah Nikki. I'll wait a minute. Wait a minute I have to reveal something I really don't know why Mr my see. Sometimes we do this like a fake real. There is a fuck buddy in my class and are you serious. You have a fuck buddy. Yep but you have a vibrator grader. Wonderful Donna WanNA WANNA Donna. You have this wonderful your love it. This is great raid inspiration. This is wonderful. This is concerned. I have to tell you I got it. Yeah how did you do you have a pocket rocket or as a whole like the brands. What do you do you endorse by the Yes? She's a spokesperson for this company. Paid many. Oh Hey okay. Very popular competent online and ordered it yourself. Yes but let me tell you. Yes so flipping flipping freaked out. I was afraid my sister's kind of out there and left feel little bit okay. Good Watch this box calm And Are you talking about Regina Right now out of this box watching title a package and my sister opened up and I thought how into how am I gonNA talk my way out of this one. I'm going to do an expose now. Walk you backwards a little bit so you didn't have ah vibrator and you're comfortable talking about all of this. You brought it up wait a minute. Yes had a really good one but when she came to town to move me out from the House to the apartment apartment I threw it away because I was afraid she'd find. Oh this is great by the way she could have given me recommendations on what brand new by so but let me then you say okay. I need another one so you go you. How how did you find Adam and Eve dot com? TV ON TV was a popular one. Okay so you go on and you're thinking okay. What in what were you looking for in a vibrator right Breeder Nikki? People wasn't a wait a minute. WHO's listening to this but nobody you don't have to worry got it totally anonymous? Look in that camera there in wink. All right go Let's say I I was looking for someone with powerful that could take me from zero to a hundred and this is the so and then. What kind did you buy like? Wait a minute. I'm trying to think of the name of it. It's pink and it's about nine in inches long. Oh just just below sea and it's and it's got ten speeds on it Same is huge glittering glitter's famous DJ. So you go from. There's ten feet from one to ten. Yes and what speed do you do. Go straight drape for ten. y'All my God like a young Ross Matthews well done on three full boyer so you don't even start at one and build it yourself at ten. I have to say we've had one drink just so everybody knows this is not just you know. We're not that we had one drink. Drink up on the hill. Are You mad. No I just didn't know this I didn't know I threw it away when you came into the first of all that away and not just say Oh there's vibrator later you'll see it on a podcast. What's different it's different? Okay yeah because maybe you weren't ready for that then. Nicky is a safe zone. I'm here to honestly it was kind of get more out and I was really looking a little more power little more. Uh I know what I'm getting you for Christmas. My God we should all. That's what we should get into the buying each other prisoners. Who should all by Donna? Boyer Sex Toy. I'm in Guy I made only gone not okay with that God. Ross you got. You'll be I want Donna Wanna I can be wonderful. Just take this to the next level. How do you ever use anal beads? Mom No okay all right ooh uh Alex questions asked my mom for five hundred. Wow you all uh speak to your mom's like this yes. I do C. J.. I do not talk to my mom that sex. No I didn't never do with my mom. I in like that. I've never gone into detail about my sex life with nets ally just lie deal. Lie Deal you have. Yes what do you remember the details like yes. We're GONNA get anywhere but you got the detail. What did she say didn't phaser didn't faze her at all? Were you nervous. No we were having wine and we were talking and I was like. I can't believe I just said that to you. And she was like I don't care. Yeah that's great. I just the thank you because I will never forget this asleep. I will never sleep or forget this moment ever in my life. Yeah well I insist on who you know. I wanted to play on the one I I did. I said I said. Can I ask your mom. Anything and Donna. She said Y'all all answer anything. Donna were you planning on making this revelation on the program. It's okay well. What really for everyone really domino word really phenomenal? I know what we got one but hours. How is that so I was great? Wow All right because in your house she feels about Nikki off. Okay well this song really long trying to get to the good part. Okay Everyone Donna. WanNa she wants a yeah Duh. Ah Walk that's you using a vibrator Da uh-huh be right. I don no no one yes she did Donna did she thought you don't draw She went there. Donna Donna WanNA graduate to a bigger vibration. The whole you right back at the support for straight talk comes from manscaping. It was the best in men's men's below the belt grooming manscaping offers precision engineered tools for your family jewels. 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Don Boyer vibrators therapy of that session. I think that's Great Donna. Donna was saying earlier I was. I'm coming well. She was right about that is he. For the week heavenly Such through I'm weak in the knees you you want to be our email of the week and email Mirada straight talk with Ross Dot Com. I just read your email like I'm doing now. This one comes from Benjamin's. That's how many names Benjamin from Melbourne Australia. uh-huh downunder. I want you to do. It's it's the best zone. Cj like this is my favorite bonding the look on his face. The watches them like so seriously. Does these serving over time. It's amazing Jay laughs constantly when we're together because he just can't can't believe the shit that comes out of my mouth overdue. ooh I'm really nice. Really Nice but then like sometimes I have an opinion but some of them Back to us. We're so old Benjamin from under rights. I WANNA put for the case. Demonstrate your number one fan that being my partner James from the very first eight James mentioned straight talk to me from this moment on he continuously talks about it quotes it mentions it. The statement of that's from straight talk is almost a daily occurrence in our household his mood. Each we can center around whether or not he has listened to the latest St Episode and Russ went offline for a period of time. Recently James would state. I'm worried about Ross incessantly to me. He was starting to get. He's starting to get down. There was possibility that sweet talk wouldn't return. Everything takes a back seat. When an episode is released he'll drop literally everything for it? I'm forgetting forbidden to play music or listen anything when it's playing. It's almost like a fix for him. Sometimes generally get worried that he has a full blown straight. Talk a Dixie. Oh he admires the hell out of you guys and when the Kiss Kiss Patriae tree on I think that's what it's called became available. I swear to God he would have been one of the first on that list. He's gone through everything extra. That comes out each week through it. He's a kiss kiss club. Member monster is it. Here he continues. I myself haven't listened to your show but I go around quoting things from the show that I've literally no idea what I'm referencing. I will say I love that. You love ex and give the name Steve Often. I even know that someone called Magsi Malone has given someone a hand job in a random bathroom while it was recorded. God I send this email for a number of reasons one to genuinely say thank you for making him utterly so happy. It makes me smile well every time I look at him listening to you and to. I'm trying to organize some presents for Christmas for him and wanted to highlight how difficult it is to order things Australia and three to say it. Keep up the amazing work because you hold such an incredible role in his heart kind. We Are Benjamin. Who's never listened? Nice just yeah such through. I'm weak like Donna. Moyer I love those guys makes it all worth that time for Nikki Bead uh-huh uh-huh coming the fucking hate says okay. We have Nikki trying to. Do you want a story about a dog that accidently turns on the microwave and almost burns down the house. Do you want riddles about parents. Events in honor of my mom being here or do you want an UN- Nikki. Believable that refers to the show and this person needs all of our advice. Now I'm partial to one but Donna Boyer just like with Adam and Eve dot com. You get now I choose number three Jovan in the happy ending much like with don ordered. Okay right so you guys this what I love about this story is that it it kind of brings all of tickets. Okay so okay his from Riley Heineke first off. This email might be a bit of a mess but I promise you one hundred the percent that is worth it. I'm a member of the Kiss Kiss Club and have the right. I know Brian. Thank you and I have a situation going on in our life that I could use your expertise on ever since if I a close friend of mine passed away a few weeks ago. I've had premonitions that I need a change in my life. Let me give you some background at my last job. Ebbe worked with a guy who became. I became quick friends with we bonded over the fact that we both wanted to leave town as we felt stuck in a small town in northern Canada and to go travel eventually eventually I moved to another job and we saw each other less often but we still remained in touch a few weeks ago. This friend actually passed away. Ross actually talked about it on Butch Ricky about a post that I made in the facebook group about the member when you played the funeral Maroon. Five Song Yes us and the person said that they couldn't stop laughing at this person right. Oh it's appears to them on here so She's been having a bright lis having I don't know if Riley's a guy or girl it doesn't really matter but anyway Riley says I've been having vivid dreams of almost every night. The next part is where. It's a Nikki believable. Two nights ago I had a dream which I ran into a different old friend at a luxury hotel on a private island the next day. That same friend who. I have not talked to over a year since he moved to Australia. Don't message me and offered me a job as a bartender at a luxury resort on an island in Australia. WHOA I am currently a bartender? If the story does not get crazier than this what do you. Ah The straighttalk family talked about an episode three. Oh one you talked about okay which I don't even remember but I love that rightly knows episode three zero one taking opportunities please before you miss them and we happen to talk about Australia in that so riley was like I had to reach out to you guys so the question is Nikki. Am I crazy or is this a sign. Do I sell everything and take a chance to move to the small northern Canadian town or from from a small northern Canadian town and moved Australia. Please let me know oh kiss kiss Riley or have very strong. I knew you would listen. I believe that signs happened for a reason and you have to follow them now. I'll tell you this. They may not work out right like you think they will. But you'll get the lesson you need from them all right. I've hundred things happen. Where this lined up this? I can't ignore this. Science will have to follow this or that person and I have to do this. And there's too many signs to ignore it and then when it didn't work out I thought to myself but there was so many signs I had to God right and only with time since it passed and I learned all this stuff from that relationship did I realize like oh the signs were pointing because I needed to experience that in order to get somewhere. It wasn't about the happy getting that happy ending right. It was about experiencing that so so I can use that knowledge and experience to move forward to get to where I needed to get right right. Love you. Listen it's about Don Boyer say in the Mike. It's all about the journey. It's the climb cyrus it's the climb. Okay me too underrated so I think yes if all these signs are pointing pointing to this direction. Yes I think you should listen. It may not work out. You may go down hate it and this and this but you may learn something meet someone Experience something that you're supposed to learn experienced screens meet this. Yeah no excuse me that said. That was one of my favorite quotes from the judy movie at the end when she was singing somewhere over the rainbow. Sometimes the journey has to be enough. And that's when I just bought like always trying to get over the rainbow but sometimes the journey just has to be enough. It's the climb uh-huh but I have to say Riley would you know what's interesting. Is that like we could have chosen three different stories. We chose your story to read. The email of the week happened to be from someone from Australia. Crazy raises. This is another set aside your heart but woulda Coulda Shoulda as our way harder to deal with right then reduction. What do you think well? I think that it's already pretty. It clear that he's GonNa follow his sign in and move lake or he wouldn't have written that we need to see you talk. And you're like twirling your with your finger like cowgirls do that like you were doing that. I believe in science I leave that Signed signed something. That's the name everyone. I talk a lot about signs of my readings to they come up along so I say pay attention. They're always there. Red Flags are always there to let's differ gonna Boyer whether Riley should take this amazing bartending Jo. Pack it up and go. It's the journey Ernie. Yup if the outcome you're standing there saying what happened. The point is you took the chance you went on the journey. Yeah Yeah that's where you learn. You gotta ride life like vibrated from Adamy. Let me tell you let me ask Don Boyer. And here's the question that a no other outlets going to ask you even got her which she signed an agreement where the only outlived the interviewer right. But here's the question. Donna Boyer Yes. Do you use a microwave. We get zapped. You had do things to do because it's insane to not use the microwave right. Yes you know your daughter when you who uses a microwave. I do and at her house this morning. I made three or four cups. The tea in your microwave and Tommy uses her. Oh my God but you still don't use it Nikki to even to make tea now. Now I don't all right. Why would you hit up your mic Donna? And I'm GONNA ask you. Do you think this is because you smoked when she was pregnant. Yeah Very Geico all very muggy. Thank you so much for sharing what we think you for so long got. How'd how'd you know my balls? Were full give it to me give it to you to me coming with backseat. Okay all right Ross. Stretch my God but just a baby. Maybe okay okay so I sent you a song for just say I'm GonNa just a phase song. We still doing. Bring the name drop book. I sent you a song book. Changing the challenge is inching taxed. And I'm so glad you did one too because as I think we should kick that in more okay. I'm searching all his crazy sunglasses. You send sent me Oh name. Name trump challenge. I didn't even see it. Hold on I never even heard this case in the namedrop challenge of courses when people know what is is it song about the book. Oh yes challenge. Also when you go to the store yes and and you change the screensavers of the ipads and the computer to challenge US challenge but the other ones writing songs about namedrop name. Yeah he's a rightist song for name job so you wrote a song about namedrop. I didn't write it. It's just a parody. I understand we don't need to be specific because and this is a two because we we asked the listeners to write their songs about namedrop and Oh my God gets how many how many. I didn't get one. Why did it? None of these listeners wrote a song about name. Not We'll have you will now. That's why let's hear coming at you. which namedrop challenger Reggie they drop make it pop or at namedrop Book Dot Com? Don't stop name. Dropped grants number one drop presell shopping thank namedrop dot com a draft. So good I think is really the first time you drop make it. Pop Order at namedrop dot com louder name drop bring number one drop presell shopping shop noble resale shop. You Walk me through your in your urine. Miriam Darling yes and you. What did you hear that song? Like name dropping then think backwards like what Song Thumb. Gosh and so you went to. Don't stop or did you hear. Don't stop and go. Oh that could work for namedrop. Good great question what we watch the American music awards kind of together here texting and we saw Sea Kasha right right and I think she sang that song or did she. She went she start with a new song. Which I love that new song that has has Big Freda Yeah and then she went into this so that when it hits you I think put it in my in my subconscious thinking and then I woke up it was in the morning. I'm like name drop. It just came to make it pop namedrop Book Dot Com. Don't stop drop that's number one drop presell shopping Draw Nets. It's really good. I know I did the one the base like the one you better than that You take this name. There's two different names challenges geolog- NCA Drug Jingle Challenge. There you go it just okay so if you you can take the namedrop jingle challenge you should record your own song and send it into Rosettes. We talk with Russ all play out because literally no one sending him in so chances are if you make when did I did. Yeah you did did you did I. Did you earn gift yet. From from now the gift we're treat rise thank you know Treat worthy thank you question your New New York and the and the Thanksgiving parade. The macy's well we're like have you done before. I prayed before this. I got to be on the broadcast. I hosted the Verizon livestream But the number one question you know it is Thanksgiving the time of giving and being charitable and everything and so the number one question that I I got and want to answer here. Is that jacket. I was wearing his from Banana Republic. Forty percents off I went. I had this dream. I said I wanNA unaware camel and black but it can't be washed out camel because God forbid so I was very and I said I'll buy it New York all fucking live and I. Hi Wendy and I I was. I was searching Hardcore and then I was with somebody and found it in the in the perfect camel jacket. And I'm I'm so excited that I texted you. I really don't read your texts. Feels I mean we're talking about okay. I know you were amazing. And I love that fucking jacket. I really just wanted to wear black shirt. Black pants chance black leather gloves. I found the leather gloves. They look a whole vision because what I wanted to wear and it was very neat. It was neat to be there for you. Know Listen I I think the truth is this. The truth is the macy's Thanksgiving Day. Parade is American middle of the road middle. America's you can get up and I think like Oh my God you know someone like me gets to be either and when I was growing up there weren't people like me on there. You'll never be a broadcaster because that's stupid voice of yours and I think Oh my God and hearing 'em being me at macy's Thanksgiving Day parade in the most American thing you could do at that level and Hang America. That's what it felt like that. I'm it was nice to see on my TV. I feel like fashion thing with style with you now. Would you ever want your own clothing line. Yeah I have this visual. Listen I always love style you know and then I was. There was a bit where like I didn't style myself. You know and I sort of like dad. I didn't do that. I sort of handed that the rains over and so now I find myself in a position of doing that again. And it's really find fashion really good at thank thank you thank. You can have your own clothing line. You know what really was kick started. It was doing emmy look this year and really started taking the reins with that and having a made in. I don't know I just done. I just decided to start spending some really real good money on fashioned lately like shoes that always fit because my weight goes up and down between two like mix high low and not trying to do it in a way. That's like Boozy but in a way that you know it's really a budget creative like right now. I'm wearing A. What would you call this forest green Zebra print sweater? But it's from target joined the kiss. You can see it. Yeah I just WANNA say quickly. I was on Palm Springs on an interview the Great Sarah Sanchez and she works works for NBC News. She's a news anchor out there all the time I watched. Here's Sanchez every day. When I'm in Palm Springs and she's a straight talker? She's a straight talker huge fan and I interview her for afterglow. It's a long after it was like forty minutes. And it's it's it's in the fiscus club so I just want to give a shot up. She's great and she was wonderful and to all the people who've signed up for the right right so many of you have and we're so grateful it's less than seven dollars. If you're thinking about doing it do it. You can even try it for months and if you can't if it's not your cup of tea you don't WanNa do anymore you can close out. Give it a shot because we all do shows videos there. I'm telling you there are there's literally hours of content there if you want and it's really good stuff and if you think about would it cost you a week. It's a dollar twenty five a week or something like that which it's worth it. I promise you it's worth it. gives us a shot. Go to the kiss club. Join our patriots. Yeah I'm proud of this afterglow episode. I think we used to hear it. Okay just real quick I have a don boyer stretch. Oh my God Donna Donna. She's just a baby Donna. Donald boy I have a question. I have questions for you. I'm reading lost. Okay Donna boy. At what is the worst thing. Okay so what is the worst thing Nikki did. When she was a kid like the thing were you were like a can't believe that's my kid? Oh peed down both of her legs and Ben Franklin dime store. Oh my God why would you like. What and Benjamin Franklin was actually there shopping and she said I have to go to the bathroom and I said okay? Let's go grabbed her by the end and she said nope too late. Wow Nikki do you remember that. Mr Actually remember this. I remember looking at the Trinkets Ben. Franklin dime store was like all trinkets and treats and things that you won't get fancy no now the last one ever given to you treats and things and I. I was so excited that I held my p.. And I held my peace of I time. I told her it was kind of too late. Yup Do just leave the peop- Huddle I heard you clean it up. Oh I went and got somebody. Okay so what is. What is the best thing that she did as a kid? Like where you're like. I'm so proud of her well. This child came out singing dancing smiling laughing and has been ajoy every second and that is the truth. I love my best friend and she was barred are we were like But she's only someone likes Mickey she is. Yeah I do I do let me tell you. The truth is Nikki is beloved here. She's Nikki beloved and you did a really good job raising that one. You know that there there is a good beautiful heart now is helping people with Nikki. Be Life Coach and talk about life coach. I'm really proud of her too. So well done done. A boy turns. It was the best ball Steve Ever heard one more procedure. I don't know if it's really procedures about the chair. Are we ever going to go to the next week. Him Well let's just wanted to follow up on it I did so next week. We have to debate this. Cj in everyone called me to this that we have to do this so cj last week when you weren't here fag descending sentenced sat in your chair and he loved the chair and he said I want this chair for now one because cj sits in a recliner situation in over there. It's an e how you say eames chair. So Google Eighty MIS. I think it's all laid back and chill and end so flaxseeds. Sent this out there Erin. He decided he wants to share real good so I don't know how to handle this before I wouldn't start now. This is a deep deep tease. This but next week we're GONNA HAVE YOU'RE GONNA make your case for the chair because in fact the CG how do you feel about the fact. Jay Z really. Wants you chair in what's to come on and make a case and try to earn chair and have you guys swap chairs leaves to say people in Hell when ICE WADA car tags. Well I love you Jimmy. I'm not I don't WanNA fight with him for the chair. No no I don't. I don't find her sure but but he he says he wants to bring it to the council each will make your case on. who gets the chair and I want you to each this next week? I want you to repair case. Come ready to to the council next week to prepare. Why you why you should have that seat and why you should have that seat magazine? Yeah my mom. Just made a brilliant brilliant parental suggestion just by another Jair. Donna mcdonagh boy. Who asked you right here you go get your vibrator and shut up okay? Ghana Boyer. That's rate massage chair. I thought I bought vibrators by two chairs. The right she's right great. I can't wait to come into the tribal great the tribal the tribal council. Let's the tribal should also email us and let us know who's thinks should be the judges cooking took intercepting on it. Okay okay okay My favorite time of the year okay. first of all just want to say everybody. Give love from this holiday season People work a lot harder because a lot of people are going to be on vacation and going to restaurants and ordering Uber's just I. I know. Sometimes we weren't over and it's just easy to put one dollars two dollars. Maybe just give a little bit more because people are really working hard and taking care of families and go to restaurants just if you can tip a little more I just love the holidays so much when you send Christmas cards. Really write a good deep message. Sometimes only one gifts just want. I love when people write letters and cards and that goes a long way during the holiday season. Just give love during this season. You know we're at the type of December and that matters the most to me. I love the holidays. Just look out for your neighbors. Look out for your friends. Check on everybody because sometimes it can't be darkened money. He can't be low and people are struggling to make things happen for their family. But if you give love on Christmas Day that goes a long way. Love goes so far during this holiday season. So if you can give any way you can tip. Your Uber. Drivers little more Tipton waiters because they are working as off and don't be a Dick in a restaurant restaurant you know what I mean. They're working they will bring that side that you want they will bring that catch up you know. Just ask them politely when they come back. That's all just look people during this season Oh also also real quick God bless Kamala. Harris I don't care who you voted for but I give an. She wasn't even you know you know she wasn't who but but she was a woman a woman that was out there and fighting and I know she may be coming back as a VP. which opened for somebody? But I'm I'm really proud. That she was out. There did the work. We're just in such a special time where it was like. Democratic Party is unbelievable and so for her to be in there at this time. I'm in America's really really amazing me at Ross and I was sitting in my house decide. Wow sitting back saying that was really amazing and see her doing the electric slide afterwards. What a whole team and I wonder how team when Chet how everybody was like we put it in the fight and it was good and so everybody coming and afterwards like Kamala like you like you know what I mean so I just WanNa say I just want to say God bless to that because that was the work and you put in the fight and so I I appreciate who whoever anybody voted for? It's not about I just. I love that secret talks about the here along social media. I love her speak many many many times I donated to her campaign. I love her. So how did you feel when you found how she was I was with. Cj he no he talked about so much phil split apart and did some shit and then came back together and he was still title that she wasn't going to win. But you know this. Let me tell you why I love her. I was a first time I saw her speak was at this event event where she talked about. Well high breakdown where I was at an event forgetting what it was and she came in spokane okay to a LGBTQ event and you know she was She's a senator from California but she was the Attorney General the State of California but she was also she worked in San Francisco Right. She was a councilwoman. Something I in San Francisco where she came out and she said she was running for office and she had to go speak at this event with it was like fifteen gay amen in the Castro and she thought she's like how am I going to connect with game and from the Castro. I'm a black woman how I'm a black straight woman. HOW DO I? I talked to them and so she said she was on her way. To the event racking her brain trying to think. How can I connect and one thing that she was working on was about teens getting abortions and having to talk to their parents and she's like an so? I just thought well that'll make sense. So she said I'll talk to these gay men about that And she said imagine being a teenager and having to talk about sex with your parents as gay men imagine how difficult that would have been so imagine now if you were a thirteen year old girl having to talk to your parents about sex and she built that bridge so then the gay men could go. Oh I can understand I can Only empathetic towards that. I can understand. And that's what empathy is such a powerful thing. It's understanding your other human. That may not have the same life experiences you but you can feel that issues and the fact that when she spoken took a talk about that bridge I wanted them to understand what that must feel like for them even though they may you never feel that exactly. I thought this is somebody who I would like to see with the their hands on the reins she is a young woman. If she's if somebody's smart they will pick her as VP give non if and if somebody from the democratic side Wins Watch out for her to be attorney general of the United States. I love combat. Ahern's France just from afar. I don't care who you vote just happen to respect the woman and And I'll tell you this too. It was nice to see a black woman on that stage during those has debates because that is a voice that needs to be louder in in a in a position of power all right so thank you for bringing that blackness delicious delicious delicious. Yeah thank you so much. That's the show I think Donna Boyer. Let's get the. Can I get my computer up here matthew because the audience's applause they didn't really hear thank you. Donna Boyer I have to ask you came here. You shared with all of us. You let pot earl sleep next to you under your sweater we looking all curl wetter. How do you feel having experienced your first Episode the episode here in Pristina. Darling honestly like now that you've done it. What do you do say it again? I'm staying not leaving. I'm I'm still coming up. She's still remains a link. I'd love no let me tell you. what I know to be true one moms are so so important to you have done a wonderful job. Thank you with your daughter and thank you for sharing it. You know when you went to bathroom Nikki. When we all hung out she said thanks for being such a good friend to my daughter? And the truth is you. Oh you are so welcome because it's tough. Sometimes truth is thank you for making a human who has blessed our lives. You have done a good job Donna. Boyer thank thank you thank you thank you but let me thank all of you because this little lady talks about all of you with nothing but the the greatest of love and respect. Yeah she loves you all and I know that and I appreciate each and every one of you don of millionare's earlier managed to I love you. Stop the music for that moment. Please don't interrupt. The music with my music is done. There's no more time left for a motion ashamed. I human connection. I've started at the end of the show. Don't interrupt it on on Fox. You learn your place here. You can thank the light really. Create this fucked up world. It's Insane Rainbow Unicorn Insanity if you want to follow that insanity you can't find him and he also has a podcast called Gateway podcast broadcast and you can also donate to patriots. Thank you support him. There and automatic PIN RIGHT DOT com. And you'll be Chris trying this Saturday every Saturday Levin Greg ghostwriters. CJ is the J. A. Y. L. Y. F.. We want because she left dishes will be with me at Rocco's this Saturday as we kick off the first West Hollywood brunch. It's free to get into this Sunday. A doors open at nine eleven. I'm sorry Saturday. The seventh December seventh doors open at nine shows at eleven. And it's free come in. I come for Sir. 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Funke Akindele and husband pleads guilty

Newscast - Africa

00:52 sec | 6 months ago

Funke Akindele and husband pleads guilty

"You're listening to the news on Africa. Business Radio at this. Our KNOWLEDGEABLE ACTRESS. Funke can delay. Am husband Rasheed. Bello popularly known as J. J. C. Skills have pleaded guilty to one count of hosting a gathering of over twenty percents contrary to the social distance in directives of the legal state government. The actress and her husband were arraigned on Monday. At the Samuel Ilori courthouse of the magistrate's Court in Oba legals acuity charge comes with one month imprisonment or a one hundred thousand refine and that was the news at this time on Africa Business Radio. You can't continue to listen live online at. Www Dot Africa business radio dot com over a mobile APP. Thank you for listening.

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J. J. Abrams

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

1:18:11 hr | 4 months ago

J. J. Abrams

"I don't know how other people with podcast SAR. That's their business. But I really care about our sponsors I do. I really think about them a lot. And you know I think about state farm sometimes and I think I admire those state farm people but what is it about them. I admire. I'll tell you. What it is their tagline like a good neighbor state farm as there. That's how I say it just makes you feel good and then I was thinking about it. They have nineteen thousand agents helpful agents. Can you imagine that having nineteen thousand agents isn't it that's like more than the FBI has yeah it is. It's incredible more than the. Tsa We should solve crimes. They should what are they doing in the insurance kidding? They should be out there solving crime state farm. Anyway the best neighbors invisible neighbor if you ask me what it doesn't blend anyway. I use their APP state farm right SONAL. Yeah you use it all the time. Good job state farm. Like a good neighbor state farms online. I was thinking about. Which article of clothing is most important to me and I immediately went to? It's obvious socks right obvious. Okay you cannot wear underwear. I often do that and it's fine. You cannot wear pants. I've done that and there's trouble with the police but whatever you deal with it you get lawyers involved in. It's all straightened out socks. Your feet are your point of contact with mother Earth and you need your feet as comfortable and protected as possible. So it's all about the socks baby. I've said that since day one and if you're GONNA get the best socks. Hey what are we talking about? Bomba makes the most comfortable socks in the history of feet and I know the history of feet I studied. I majored in feet in college. I studied the history a feat literature involving feet film involving feet. Mostly Tarantino's work and it's all about Bombay's thought into what goes into a good sock bomb-blasted didn't thing. They sent us some socks soon. As you get those bonds I sure did and I was supposed to give them to you of course and I kept them of course and they're fantastic. They're really great socks. I love wearing them. They're cushioning there. They were supportive. They're do Sono does usually take the things that are meant for me but they actually sent some large socks. I have large feet size twelve thirteen and just throwing that out there and why large man large feet a anyway. I have large feet and there was some socks that you didn't take a and I took them and they're fantastic. They're great very very well. Made Very cushioning. They do more to keep your feet cozy. They help give back to the most vulnerable members of our community. That about Obama's for every pair of socks you purchase bumps donates a pair to someone in need which is oh. I didn't know that that's nice. Yeah the generosity. Obama's customers has allowed them to donate over thirty four million pairs of socks through their nationwide network of over three thousand giving partners. The impact more powerful than ever to those experiencing homelessness. These socks represent the dignity of putting on clean clothes and that is of course of great importance to give people in that situation some comfort so give a pair when you buy a pair and get twenty percent off your first purchase at Bombay Dot com slash Conan. That's B. O. M. B. A. S. dot com slash Conan for twenty percent off Bombay's dot com slash tonen. My name is J.J. Abrams and I feel exceedingly. Lucky being brunch friend the back to school issues on the phone. Hey there welcome to Conan. O'brien needs a friend. Podcast that's chugging along even through this quarantine this global pandemic were still trying to get you. Whatever it is we provide. I honestly have no idea what this is but whatever this is we're doing our best to keep providing it. It's probably masks. Medicines would be much more useful but this is what we have and we're going to keep making it for you until the government stops us and joined as always by my trustee assistance son Assessment Hazanah. Hello Hi you're coming to assert from your home. In a very rural part of California known as El to Dina. It's not rural very rural. Very far from me. No was there other houses there. When you when you intact found that place where there other people there. Yes would you really? So it's an entire city. It's a neighborhood. It's tense mostly tents and people have staked out their property and other destroying to build like in the old west who has contempt for houses. That are just far away from him. Place it's just because it's far from you. I'M THE CENTER K. A. New are far from me. It's that Old Classic. New Yorker cartoon you know there's just Manhattan and lose the rest of the world. They should do that. It's just Coenen then way off in the corner. There's some frizzy hair on the horizon. Mind come on Matt Gourley. You're here as well Matt. Good to see you. Hi we're all everybody's safe everybody taking care of themselves I'm thriving. Everything's supposed to say that right now. I think it's supposed to say I'm fine. I'm holding up well but you're not supposed to say I'm thriving right well during the pandemic world aside. I. I'm in my element. 'cause you like this you like being in your home with all the stuff you love your. Banjos and my model airplanes. It's coming along pretty nice. My stop with camel made of Balsa wood from the gallows Balsa Wood Kit company anyway. Why go on at length? We're here. We're making these shows and we're having a good time. I I have to say I prefer being in the room with you guys and with our guests but this is pretty good. I've been surprised at how well this is working. I wasn't sure this would work out. There's a lot of technical challenges we spend about half an hour before each podcast session adjusting dials and KNOBS and trying to get the right levels. Yeah and you're doing very well except there's one more improvement we need to make. Well I'm sorry to see you go no I am. We're GONNA miss you but I'm sure hard to find someone else with. Your ECLECTIC TASTES FIFTIES TELEPHONES. But anyway no go ahead. Well how can? What can we do to make this better? I want it to be better. Well you're doing it right now. You are talking into the side of the microphone. And there's a big plus of problem with your ps 'cause I take them all out in post production but I I asked you to talk your microphone and I want to show you this picture. Okay first of all you're talking not even into the top edge of the microphone. You've got it like over your face from the side and then there's a giant blue light on you you look like braveheart or Jemma. Holograms or this photo up. Well first of all. That's not a blue light. I think I had a Hematoma had a cerebral hemorrhage and bravely went on during the podcast. So I guess eggs on your face as for talking. I don't I think this is my subtle way of showing contempt for this medium. Yeah I think so. Do you see how the Mike is not in front? Okay all right. Let me tell you something. I I set myself up for this. I know we're not gonNA do the old I get you get me. We're not going to do that. We're not going to become the BICKERTON. I do take direction. Well my whole life. People have clipped a microphone when I mean people. There's fifteen people that clip on microphone to my tie. I don't know why takes fifteen. It's a union thing and it's it's fourteen people holding one person but they bring them over and they clip it onto my Tyson. I've never really had to deal with microphones this way so I apologize. If I've caused you extra work but right now you sound perfect. You've done it were there. Peter Piper picked peppers did Peter piker pit Now what happens when you go through? What is it you do? I'm curious to know how you contribute. I know it's a mystery to me I. This is great for me to know what you do. So what does it other than being one of two members of the heart and soul of this podcast other than glare at me while sewing? Alas fills the air with rich tones. It you do you take out hard p Sam might so. That's what you do like if the cops pull you over there like Sir you're GonNa have to step out of the car. You realize going seventy five. Yeah I'm sorry. Officer tell us what's your name. My macro what are you do? I remove the plums from the photo. Radio show more of a podcast. If you will God sorry man. Last week we got along so well. We're on the same team our back into it. I'm having a nose bleed. This is what happens when you criticize one. Little thing about Conan's doing hey just criticized. He had a picture ready. And he put it up to try and sway the jury. In a way that I thought was unfair. You came at me with photographic evidence and when you do that I have to come back with my full nuclear and make sure that you can never attack again. The only way the only way for me to be safe. Look how Glam Rock you looking photo. Though I know will post this on my instagram or instagram. You know what I think that might be. They gave me this ring. Light that I use for the show. No isn't it the power indicator on the Marco Year. It's AIDS this Blue Lights. The blue light that's shows how close you are to this. I thought we were supposed to bathe ourselves in the Blue Light. It prevented skin cancer. So that's why I've been getting in so close is to save my life. Yeah that's inside of your face is completely freckle free. Now you look like a reverse to face right now I just know I and Matt I please. I think it goes without saying you do an enormous amount of work on this podcast. I value all that you do and my lawyer just called and wrote wrote that out for me I wish you well in all future endeavors there. I'm done let's get on these wars. That's worse than when he isn't worse. Yes don't always says the worst thing I do is apologize. Say now. It's so now I really I really do value and you really are a great bridge. She can't handle it. No it's awful. 'cause you're holding your breath for what's coming next. Yea It's not genuine and it's it is January January you know genuinely value both of you. I think you guys stop it. Stop this stop it. It's worse it's hey guys. Can I say one thing? Since we're on the on the topic of Mike this is Mr will becton and will know again. No idea what you do. An engineer of some sort believe is that right. Yes yeah and you look like you just escaped from a cult that you started. That's the only I'd be a part of the just one thing as an aide. Sona is a natural as far as Mike Technique. So of course you just look at some distance and also because her voice is like in the pattern of what the MIC picks up. Well first of all we should tell people sooner. Doesn't use a Mike Mike Guy? Her voice is so loud that she just heard speaking and everyone can register it. You've been in on television. For how long using microphones podcasts are completely different kettle of fish? That's a whole yeah. It's a whole new terrain filled with Sealife now you've I've seen you hold. So many microphones in the worthing. It's different. This is a very intimate medium. I want people to get to know me so I want to almost have the microphone inside me all of my God okay. We need to wrap. You can't say thank you for the note everybody and we will. I will take that note and I will do better next time. Thank you for the note given to me publicly photographic too graphic evidence on the podcast. I guess is what you want. Sure thanks that and in the future. That's how I'll address you guys as well once you learn how to take scratch on my God. Direct hit directed. Wow Wow that was Galicia's have you guys watch the movie goodfellas. Oh No do you remember when they're all playing poker and spider who's played? This is exactly how I felt coming into this podcast. The first season I felt just like spider where I was going to go go. Fuck Yourself. Spider Spider get drinks. And He's played beautifully by after the Sopranos. Michael Imperial very early. He takes all this shit from Joe Patchy and then finally. He sells him to go. Fuck himself or in this case Hey you speak into the MIC wrong. And you can't take a screen shot and everyone else laughed. So Sodas Deniro laughing and everyone's laughing like oh who alright spider. Good for use by spiders fucking and Pepsi's doing what I did remaining perfectly silent and just staring staring at Mike Imperial early. If you don't know what happens next you should watch the movie. I'm not joking. I thought about that the first season I felt like. Oh my God. Yeah that reminded me of that. Yeah jopacks she is intimidating. She despite herself. I hate it here on this. Oh Man I'm better than you microphones taking away from all I am. I have designed a special world that I can get inside of even during a pandemic and be humiliated. All right. We we I I deserve all of that. I am a tech Moron but ended monster That's not fun when you do that. I know I know it's funny. I don't even mean it. I mean a monster. Wait Look Genius. Genius or difficult. Listen Mesa's hurry up. Let's get to it Mozart anyway. Oh my God not an easy guy anyway here. We go often difficult Michael Jordan. Not An easy guy. Okay here we go. Wow I'm Jordan sneakers here. We go my guest today. He's an extremely talented filmmaker. Behind some of the biggest movies and television shows of the past two years including lost Star Trek Super Eight and star wars. The Force Awakens. He also happens to be an incredibly lovely and funny human being very excited to talk to him today. J.j Abrams welcome. We've known each other. I remember exactly the first time I talk to you and you could not have been nicer. It's when I was. I think second time I was hosting the EMMYS. I called you up because I had an idea of jumping through the different shows and I wanted to start on lost. And someone said just called J.J. Abrams and I remembered. Saying I can't just call J.J. Abrams Hannah said Yeah you can It never occurs to me that I might be able to do that. You do though and you can copyright and I well I. It's a whole other story. That's a whole therapy session. But I called you and you not have been nicer and you said yes Yes of course we'd love to do this segment and I'd like to direct it and I I was on cloud nine. That was really fun by the way it was fine was I. It was really fun and then I'm going to be honest with you. I thought I've just been directed by J.J. Abrams. This is going to lead to a lot of film of Vast Tundra. That's what happens when people working in good company. My friend J.J. Abrams killed my film career. And this led. This is where I really WANNA began. I understand you are you are at the top of your game I absolutely adore your work. You understand you've worked with just monumental iconic figures like a Harrison Ford Multiple Times. You know what a movie star looks like. What am I missing is? The Lips are the lips too thin. It's the is isn't it it's the beatty it's the tone of voice. You're being really hard on yourself for the first time ever I. If you really cared about me you'd be honest and you'd say look cone and you have certain qualities that have helped you in the business. It's the lips. It's the vein near Your I. It's the really nasal tone. I'll be going to be honest with you. It's the vein New Year. Yeah what the. What the Hell Are you talking? I'm talking about a very very prominent ivy and I have translucent ir skin and I have a easy calling in vain. Yes yes thank you for minute. I was like what's sonal. Jj I have a prominent vein. Oh my God it's horrific okay. All right take it easy so horrific when you see an old lady at the beach and her and her leg is just a massive vein going down. The side. Like vericose veins varicose vein. I have giant old ladies leg varicose vein running under the my high my right. I've never a never noticed that that's GonNa see well it Po- sates when I'm enraged and you've never ever I. I remember the first time I saw you and I went to one of your tests shows when you were first doing your first series and Tom. Selleck was the test guest on in this test show. It's all a blur to me but yeah okay I know but I just I I will never forget it and it was It was you know this was going to be the new guy. It was taken over like who? Who's WHO's this guy and you came out and even in that tests show. I just remember you. You killed it and it was this thing of getting to see something before anyone else saw it and we got. I don't even know how we got tickets and we got to go and it was really Super Fun and I just feel like Oh my God. This guy is going to be the new guy. And that's that's so sweet that was now. Let's not like twenty almost twenty eight years ago hard to believe or twenty seventy seven years ago. It's amazing that I'm still in my forties and the point is that I remember about those shows. I think we did ten tests shows and they were either great or they were horrific. So I'm glad you saw. I saw good one. You saw a good one because and then The show Was all over the map for the first year or so but We steadied the ship. And we feeling like when you first were going out there doing that. Like in the test shows him before you went on air. It was a mixture of either and this is the most honest answer I can give either complete lack of confidence and a feeling that I'm complete fraud or total now. I'm going to do this because this is God's will kind of confidence and I don't understand it would vacillate between the two of them and I still have an I. I've talked to other people. It's not completely uncommon. I wouldn't say the extremes are that great but I still have moments of. I can't do this. I'm not going to be any good at this. This is terrible idea. This is a mistake and I need to call the person and talk them out of me doing this event. Because I'm not to be it's not gonNA work or aren't they lucky that they get to see I don't understand? I don't understand that brain chemistry. That is weird. I think it's probably I think that they're both necessary. Ingredients to be able to have the kind of audacity to think you're you're going to be able to and you're worthy of entertaining people and the ability to be someone in the audience to have that to be able to jump into the you know the the observer point of view and right which of course means you can't be also the person on and in those moments it's like what the Hell am. I doing the assuming I can be the goes up and does it. Well you're a perfect person to talk about this because you have taken on these responsibilities that I can't even imagine I've done some things that are scary and my life as a performer or a comedian things that have really terrified me things that I look back on the money go. Wow that was that was intense but I think about you having to curate coordinate Be At the very center of these massive productions and I think I would wake up at night and in my case justifiably so I wake up and think this is. How is this happening? How can this happen? I don't know if you ever have moments as J.J. Abrams where you say. I'm directing Harrison Ford in Star Wars. I this was an iconic movie. That helps you know launch my interest in film and now. I'm here doing it. And he has to do what I tell him to sit for. He's or he's fired. That's I mean. Had you have moments where you step outside yourself and Vallejo? I think it happens all the time. I there have been moments where I've I remember. We're shooting on in the First Star Trek movie. We did and there. Was this one scene where there is this group of what were meant to be these really bad scary guys and I sort of cast all these. These ball guys. We had tattoos on their faces. And they you know okay this is GonNa be interesting looking. It'd be kind of cool. And the character of a captain of this ship was coming over Captain Ribao and on that day I realized. Oh God he's also Bald completely bald man. I have all these These guys and I looked at the bad guys and I realized they looked like they were sort of a like a boy band like Cape hops. And then I looked at the at the captain and I just and I broke into this crazy sweat and I and I was like you know so. Are you ready? I'm like NOPE and I. I walked away and I was like I walked behind the set and kind of walked around by myself. Just in this panic like what the fuck am I gonNa do to make any and it was this crazy. You know moment and it's just one of dozens that I can think of where I I was justifiably in a state of kind of near. Oh my God. This is the other shoe drops. This is the moment when not only I but everyone finally realizes that. There's a reason I should be doing this and it was it. It's it's you know those those happen all the time. I'm a big Fan of that movie and I. I love your fix for that. Was To have all the other bulb. Guys where mets caps to offset them. I just thought mets fans yeah and I had to say it took me out of the moment for a second and then you just got right past it you know. It's another thing because I try very hard. I'm very impressed by what you do. And I'm very impressed. I think a lot of it or a piece of it. Is You do it very well but I also don't understand it. I fundamentally don't understand what it is. Everything I do is very immediate. I go out and do it in its immediate and at and then it's there it's good medium bad we fix it if we can but then we move on and I'm thinking of you being involved in these projects that take a year and a half two years and there's so much time to massage to try and figure something out in editing that I would feel that you could get lost. I would just. I don't understand how you don't get completely lost in the process. It's a weird thing. Is You know obviously Doing what you do and having you know worked at SNL and like you know where it is literally you know live and happening in the moment and then things like the simpsons where it's it's you know a year and a half before you see the the animation and you you've you've worked in all sorts of things and obviously going off and doing remotes and things you know you. You Be Eve experienced everything that I've experienced in just slightly different ways and I would say that for me. It's it's never live. Tv It's never happening you real time but the truth is that that its seat of your pants and usually on something whether it's Star Trek or star wars movie. Those are movies where you rarely read a a header for a senior Interior hardware store day. It's always exactly and doesn't exist on the planet are too so it was buying house. Paint kept smart. Need some talking for the bathroom. Which is seen by the way those things don't happen so you're always looking at like. How do we even begin to imagine where this thing would ever take place? How does it look? And and as big as the crew may be as large as the production is It's always the thing that makes it work is that you're working with people who are great. The the the people you can rely on who are as freaked out as you are and have their own moments of. I'm not worthy all the time as well but are looking at you as you're looking at them like we you know. How are we GONNA do this? We're GONNA figure it out together and you know. I don't know what kind of you know cojones so I think I have to be able to say yes to things that were. I'm like there's an audacity. They're I. I feel as maybe mental illness. That's what I wanted to get to is is your mental illness and And and this is really the point. This is more of an intervention. I think the PODCAST. But when you when you think about it what I do relate to and I try to convey this to people say yes first and then figure it out but I used to believe I'm was raised to be very responsible and I was raised to be. You know. Only say yes. If you really know you can do it. And that you're going to be there and you've thought through and all the pivotal moments in my life have been. Hey can you do this thing And I just something in me said yes When I had no idea how I was going to do it. And yes if you sat with a rational team of people and said they want this star wars movie that should take twenty four months to do. They want it in thirteen months and There is one hundred fifty million moving pieces. Let's rationally think this through logical people would say it can't be done but all the good stuff gets done that way. I I think that that's true. And it's it's part of the fun but it's not you know it's not necessarily meant to just be about the fun and you know. I think it depends what the thing is if someone someone says listen you know we you perform his heart surgery. It's like yes it's like there are certain stakes that I think like I need to realize at a certain point. There are things that are important that I got lucky. You know on the first couple of movies I did. The mission impossible three and star trek the first one we did. And so when we for example when we shot the Star Trek Movie. You know the first one. We didn't do any re-shoots at all the only thing we added during the mix. I filmed. There's a kid driving a car in the beginning of the movie. You have young Kirk. I went on the we went on the roof of the parking structure at Fox and I filmed the kid close ups of him driving. Didn't feel like we had enough of that. That was the entire re-shoot for the Star Trek movie again. Obviously in in this moment now you know who knows post covert nineteen who knows sort of how and what that will look like and I do think that once once. This lifts think we've revert. I just I just think we do and I think that What what do you think does carry over like in terms of Because you know there's obviously a lot of people who are obviously struggling and it's that's awful and then a lot of people just sort of getting by and doing okay and different people have different versions of struggle. But you know everyone seems to have some version of that. There's an aspect of this. That is making them reexamine things and I just wonder like what people will be taking into. You know postcode life that they've you know they learned. I have a theory that we are going to. I know myself and I think is true of. I think it's true of a lot of people. I so appreciate now. I so appreciate all the people in my life that I work with because I love working with people I've always liked Being in the mix and being around a lot of people and in your work. You're you're collaborating with a lot of really funny. Smart Sharp people very talented people and I am going to try to hang onto that appreciation for as long as I can after. This lifts part of me suspects because I'm a human being a revert with after a six month period And it was just talking about that with with Judd. Appetite about that about two. Suhel like you know people. It will just snap back to whatever bad habits. I don't know where you were living at after When nine eleven occurred I was living in Manhattan into my wife and I would go to restaurants and this is the days after nine eleven and you know the the waitress would come over and we'd say sit down and and the groups of people that were with. I was with if they would the the waiter the manager people would come and sit down with us. We were all saying how are you? Where do you live you okay? It was really beautiful. I remembered it lasting like three weeks and then I saw people you know lifting up their credit card and dropping behind their back as if to say. If you don't catch this by the time it hits the floor missy there's no tip for you like I mean I don't know I hope that will will i. I hope that we'll do better. I think I'm a little not sure not sure that we will. I do think we will probably revert in a lot of ways. I guess like that to be what we take away from this podcast with J. J. is human beings are terrible. Jj's mentally ill. Human beings are bad and My film career has been ruined by. My pulsating varicose vein. You know what it fascinated me and I I love. You've had this insane success in film but you came at TV initially and it really was a love of television. And we've talked about this but we're both lovers of nineteen sixties television and for you. It was the twilight zone. And Yeah I love the twins and It was such I later. Learned much more about Rod Sterling because Rod serling was the guy who would if you're listening right now and you're you're not familiar with that show. It was such a such an iconic show and it was hosted by this brilliant guy named Rod Sterling. He would come out at the top of the show and then introduce you to this tale and you never knew. The rest of television was predictable because nobody died no regular cast member died on a regular episode of TV. Show in this in a twilight zone. Anything could happen. And you'll get an you'd really get invested in it. And as I've looked more and more into Rod Sterling. I've found out he was this fascinating man who I believe was key and coming up to like the ending of planet of the apes is that true or is that he's been legend. He wrote the The the he was one of the writers of the trump Heston feature and That was his ending. The the set of liberty ending was not in the novel was it was originally a French novel. But but he he he was an amazing guy and he actually didn't live far from from here from where we live in and he His his wife. I got to know Carol who sadly passed away a few months ago She was an amazing woman. And I remember reading that Rod Sterling would dictate his scripts as opposed to sitting at a at a typewriter and so one day. I I asked Carol. If she had any of the recordings she said Oh yes as like what you could you. Could you send me what she had? One that was there was digitized and she sent it to me on a a CD and it was like one. Am and I was in my office at home. And I put the CD. And I hit play and it was a recording from a dictaphone and the recording had been bent. It was a belt. Almost in the there was kind of like this like this. This constant like like sounds like this is kinda weird and then I heard this like crackling sound which I recognized immediately as the sound of the the microphone. That was on a plastic cord and had on off switch and he would turn it off when he wanted to think and he would turn it on again to to record so there. Is this an in this crippling sound? And then it's like loud. Hit the button. And there was rod sterling's voice saying interior diner then walks in looks around at and I heard this and he was like stopping the thing. We'll see what happens next. And I got to like here when Rod Sterling would stop and consider the next thing he looks at the waiter him and then every once in a while. Denise remind me to tell Carol and I know it's a great rod serling too early People out there probably have passion projects stuff they really. WanNa get off the ground like me. I would like to have a puppet theatre that sold a lot of alcohol. Oh yeah not for kids for adults and it's adult themed puppet shows that's something I want to get into like nudity and stuff. Well nude puppet is fine. It's not obscene. Just a puppet. This got off track fast. That's my passion project but if you have one you want to make it happen you can turn your dream into a reality with squarespace. 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Everyone's health right now including offering contactless installation and using extra protection and sanitation tools during this crisis super tech now pay later with low flexible monthly payments to fit your budget learn more at. Adt Dot com slash. Podcast own fascinating. This goes to something that I think you agree with. How can you really blow people away and movies? We live in this era of for example And thinking of this because we brought up. We're talking about rod sterling and these amazing endings. We live in an era where it's impossible not to have things spoiled for you implanted the apes. I remembered watching that movie. I was too young to see it in the theater when it came out but I saw later on in a movie theater. And when that ending is revealed with the Statue of Liberty and the sand. I have a visceral connection to help blown away. I was and how everything suddenly made sense and I had the same feeling when I saw citizen Kane for the first time and then I finally it's revealed what Rosebud in Rosebud sled and I'm just Asas like God that that meant so much to me an electrical shopping through my body. I've had the experience. Now of watching things I introduced my son Beckett things and I'll show him in. I'll be showing in planet of the apes the original withdrawal Heston and he'll say other on earth and I'll say we're like twenty minutes in and go way. Why do you know that you might there's a simpsons? Were they sing a song about how and I'm like that's exactly right filing at that is so true and this happens all the time with with me and my kids but Augie in particular he everything has been referenced. So many times in shows you've worked on yes. Now wait a minute to be my but it's true it happened with. I showed him citizen Kane and he went. Yeah it's a sled and they went what anyone yet. There's an episode where Mr Burns says Rosebud sled falls out of the ceiling. Nine is amazing. I'm enraged because Kids Ono. The references and the references are so clever and Hyper knowing and if it's not that it then then things are being spoiled. You know online and everything's being discussed so it's like it doesn't. It doesn't really matter where it comes from. It's like there's almost I don't know what it was what it was like. Or if there was a kind of respect for the story or some kind of sense of like the sanctity of of keeping the ending a secret like all that has gone now and everything is like anything that can be used. It's almost like we're all like monkeys in cages. Like anybody can pick up and throw at the bars. You know we we do and I like that idea of. If someone doesn't like something that someone does you know it has to be a weapon that you have to be you know insidiously bitingly you know clever about online I if something is ruin -able you know who's the first one who can find a way to you know to ruin the ending of it becomes a race to like shock into you know and I think it's the simpsons by the way is the is the least at least that's like genuinely brilliant and hysterically. Funny the idea that it's just sort of you know. Everything is just a grist for the mill. It just feels like there's no respect for kind of trying to keep things You've probably you've probably experienced this. You've probably experienced this but another experience. I've had I want to show my kids a film a great classic film and they're wondering they're weighing whether or not they want to invest two hours in this movie you know versus something else they might WanNa see. 'cause it's you're only allowed to watch stuff on the weekends and so it's it's One of our two shots that we get this weekend and so they'll often say to me. What's this beginning? I'll say it's Lawrence of Arabia this. They'll say well. Let's see the trailer and I'll say now I don't want to show you the trailer they watch trailers and it's not just them. It's their friends. They watch trailers to decide if they're going to see a movie rather than just having the movie unveiled and I try to tell them. You've got a pretty good percentage here. I'm showing you one of the top one hundred movies of grime right but I am stunned. At how many times I go and see a movie and I'm sitting through the trailers and they tell me everything that happens in the movie everything on it's their way. I guess covering their asses and saying what we want them to. You know to be sure. They know that it's got a really cool ending in that. The run earth all the time but I think today they would show you. I think today they would show you the Statue of Liberty in the sand in the trailer for Atlanta VX. I do think that it's it's something that it is. A is a very odd sort of. Maybe it's because when a movie isn't working they do it more often because it's like let's just throw it all on the screen and I. It's it's a really annoying thing that I don't think anyone anyone likes. I think people at the studios. No that it's it's not the smartest way to go and yet still. It seems to be something that you feel like. You've seen the movie when you've seen the trailer I'm as you know there. It's such an art form. Still Weird specific art form when really good trailers cut together. It's amazing how how footage is used for a great trailer. Editor knows how to find something that might frankly not even have much meeting at all in a scene in a movie. You're not might not even be used in the film itself looking at sort of the dailies. But like they know a certain. Look a certain turn like I've seen so many where the trailers totally got me. And then you're watching the movie. You're like you know the trailer was so promising. And you realize like these people who can edit trailers well it is such a buck in genius. You know art form. That's I don't think I quite appreciated the way it should be because it really is an amazing thing when there are a lot of bad ones. We've all seen a lot of bad ones but a really good trailer for a movie is so like the promise of what that is so amazing and then often you go to see the movie. You're like wow man. I wish that I wish the trailer editor had more of a role in the movie Well I'm GonNa Reference a movie that I thought were. The trailer was and it lit and the movie lived up to it and it's a movie That you were done cloverfield and I was in the theater when that trip when I saw that trailer. If you haven't seen the trailer if you just want to refresh your memory go back and look at that trailer that trailer you never see the monster. You never see the creature that I remember being in a theater and that trailer running and people bursting into wild screams and applause and being just delighted and then whatever movie we watched didn't Magin at follow. The trailer couldn't match it and ironically that trailer involved the Statue of Liberty Ironically coincidentally but when we had the idea for that trailer wall we were writing the script and I literally. I remember calling up the head of paramount at the time was Brad Grey and saying I'd like to shoot this trailer and and get it on On transformers if we could and and not even put a title for the movie and have it be something that no one has heard of and in this sort of moment of everyone knowing everything about what's coming finding a way to surprise people you know it was exciting so they actually let us shoot the trailer before we shot the movie we act as a separate piece and then we were cutting together the trailer as we're prepping the movie and then the trailer was out there while we were shooting. It was a very bizarre way to go and it was really the opposite of we have this date. We have to get the movie done. It was sort of like my asking the studio if they wouldn't mind letting us do something that was fairly unheard of and and you know we had the date that the movie was coming out was gives plenty of time but it was a really fun thing in Matt Reeves who directed the movie in and Drew Goddard. Who who wrote it you know and Brian Burke Producer? We were all. They're working on the trailer as if it were. The movie was very strange. Weird little commercial basically but we knew it was going to be in the film so it was a way of using it was. It's a terrifying trailer. It tells you nothing but at the same time tells you everything you need to know and I remember that trailer ending in thinking I've got to. I don't care if there's a child of mine is scheduled to be born that day. I'm seeing rookie. I have to see that movie and this leads me to my next thing that I think I know that you're a such a student of film but this way of trying to keep mystery. You've done a brilliant right your career but insist keeping an air of mystery at a time when people are being given too much information and I remembered on lost you guys could just show Especially early in series. You guys could just show palm trees a bunch of palm trees and you'll hear a noise but that's all you got and that was scarier to me than any effect that cost eight hundred million dollars. Do you know what I mean. I do think the one of my one of my favorite things. I is the use of of sound as what I've always wanted to do as a a movie that took place in a setting. That didn't allow you to see much of what was going on. And we were talking about Cloverfield we actually you know the first script someone read it. Read like a a two hundred million dollar movie. We were talking about how we actually wanted a show very little. And because of the the video camera of course limited Which is helpful. But the idea of what you would hear and the idea of the aftermath of something you know when I first talked to Steven Spielberg when when he and Tom Cruise. We're going to war of the worlds and I remember having a discussion with them. About what what they were thinking about and wanted things. A Stephen was saying how he really wanted to use the sound and very very little of the destruction these sort of. Tripod aliens coming down and I just. I love the idea of using using sound or you know again. I think you think about something like Jurassic Park one of the images that you you think of is the water seeing those you know those concentric circles with the audio of the thump of the T. rex coming and that's as impressive as impactful as any. Cg shot and by the way the amazing about that movie is when you look at that film. I think the number is sixty two visual effect shots in that movie which is nothing compared to the Larry. Two thousand visual effect shots. You might have in a in a sort of current blockbuster. There were sixty two. Cg shots I mean they had the the giant animatronic puppets but those were limited and could do you know but when you think about how sort of judiciously. Those things were used and the impact each shot hat where now so sort of used to getting bludgeoned by so many different shots. And I'm sure I'm as responsible as anyone that bludgeoning but that idea of just like becoming immune to or numb to all that kind of imagery it's early it's engine earlier when you were saying how you're wondering about. How do we surprise people today and with kids knowing all the endings before they even see the movies? You know where I thought you were going was. How do we make people? How do we impress people? How many people feel anything anymore given the fact that we can sort of show them everything and I'm really interested in that like in a way I feel like I just saw this movie over the weekend. It was incredibly sweet. It's called The minority and it's beautiful sweet story about these Korean immigrants in. It's just a really beautifully done movie. That twenty four is putting out and it was. It was more emotionally impactful. You know there was. It was very humble sweet film and it was just like there's something about seeing a movie that was really that really you know had a an emotional punch You know that didn't have any of the stuff that in a way can be considered a crutch or or you know the you think it'll be spectacle and therefore it'll it'll be impressive in a lot of times. It actually does the opposite. You know I know you mentioned Spielberg and I know that you've worked with him. And you guys are friends. I think one of the most famous examples of creating mystery is in jaws which have always heard was an accident bit. He wanted to show that the the shark more but because of technical reasons he couldn't see you don't really see the shark for a long time during the film. I was blown away by that. Because when you watch it now you realize how effective it is how powerful it is to not see the threat and to have this mystery and the sense of. I think it's over here. I think it's over there. It darts in and out of the frame you get little glimpses of it but to think today about trying to make a movie where you don't really show you don't really see the threat until I don't know if it's the third act or close to the third act is pretty stunning. I agree it's funny that the thing I mean. Obviously the the story is sort of the shark known as Bruce not working is is a famous story and it really did help the movie like you say it reminds me of two things. One is the other things that like. They thought they were GONNA do that. Ended up not being necessary and and actually improving the movie. One day I was. I was with Stephen in his office at his home. And he's got a shelf of all. These leather bound scripts of his movies and I saw jaws. I said you mind. If he's like no no so. I took it out and I opened up opened to a random page and on this page somewhere in the middle of the script there were three lines from hooper and brody and quint that we're all crosstalk of blue pants and this was his script that he had on the set and right next to these three lines that were crossed out that were sort of generic lines was in Penn written brody. We're GONNA need a bigger boat. Wow and it was like the idea that that that that there was a ons an onset decision to say you know what instead of those three. Let's just have this one and it's that an alien reminded me of is in alien the original alien. There's some one of the deleted scenes. Rock Cartwright who plays one of the crew in a terrifying scene where she's being killed and I and it was a cut not a cut seeing a shot that was deleted. That was this very wide angle. Shot down the corridor of her standing there and the alien kind of standing up and it was literally the League. Scary thing you've ever seen in your life like it was like it was not remotely scary and this is like one of the great scary movies in the history. It was like an old man getting out of a sofa. If it was like wait a minute I love your friendship with my eye but it was. It was this and you realize you know the point of view the perspective. How critical that all those decisions are and seeing a shot directed by one of the great directors in one of the great movies and you go. Oh they chose not to use that. Of course they chose not to use that. But you just realize how close we all are to you. Know even the greats can make can make decisions that they think will work and they later if they're lucky they realize not to use them. Yeah I think it may be Apocryphal. But I'm pretty sure that I think they shot like three. They shot them but they had three possible endings for Casablanca and one of them was Humphrey. Bogart's Bourbon Baby. I'm coming with you. Fuck the French Guy. And they get on the plane and he can find someone else about the same. Yeah and then the plane takes off and Kooky music plays Sax Benny Hill. I would have been right. Yeah they they missed an opportunity talking with the war in hip hop beats. And that's all you need to know you WANNA follow their story more Casablanca to you know. I always wonder how people come at. You know the different angles. They come at things and I didn't know this when I first met you and I found out later on that initially the way you were approaching all this was through music. I mean you were very sitted music. You are very interested in in how things in in scoring how things were is that is that true or just have lousy information. I I love music. I'm always working on on on different tunes and I've done theme songs to some of the shows we've done and when I was growing up. There were no vhs tapes there were no DVD's or or blue razors streaming. It was like obviously like like with you you saw on TV or what was in the theaters and that was it. Looked like it or lump it and so for me what I would do is I would buy a record store nearby where I lived in in Westwood. That sold that were they. Were sent out from guess sort of as her samples that were sold inexpensively so they were like they had little holes were punched out of the top corner and you could buy them for for two bucks and all the soundtracks where they're you know none of this sort of hit records but all the soundtracks soundtracks like every weekend and go home and listen to soundtracks. Because I can tell. The story was based on the the music and looking at the names of the the tracks and so I would lie there with with headphones on like we have on now and I would be. Just you know looking at the soundtrack album cover and reading the names of the tracks and sort of whatever information that might have on the back and feel. I'd be watching the movie because certainly with with with composers like John Williams Jerry Goldsmith Maurice Jarre. There are certain people that like they just they told the story in their music and so I always loved that and and I remember we had a little stand up piano at home and I would like you know sort of Bang on the piano and sort of pretend those were cello or whatever and and people would walk by and stop in my mind. It was like I could hear you know answering nurturing household but what would I later what I what I learned. Was that there were there. Were these things called synthesizers and samplers? And I couldn't afford them until later but when I finally got my hands on them the idea that you could create most any sound you know allowed me to begin to to make music never as good as or as well as I like or as good as as people who I know who for real but I love it like crazy and actually even did did music for a movie when I was a teenager. That was called night beast. That was a movie released by trauma. Remember and it was it was it was these but made by a man named Don dolar who is a director in Baltimore. He was sort of the horror equivalent John Waters and he would do these crazy pretty. Diy horror movies. That were sort of wonderful in their weird little way and so he he he made these magazines call. Cinemagica as a kid. There was no internet either so it was like I learned how to do animation. Stop motion stuff or titles. Whatever through these magazines and I remember writing a letter to him and he was like working on a new movie and like. Oh Wow I I love to do something like that the soundtrack I was like sure I'm sixteen so I ended up doing doing some of the music for that movie and it was like it was first break. That's fantastic. It's either a really good sign or a bad sign when a sixteen year old. Just randomly rights filmmaking. He goes like sounds good. Hey why don't you get so I? I wish this story had a better ending. And you'll see why when we were shooting the pilot for lost and we were on the airplane set and I believe it was probably the same airplanes at that you and I shot on and during lunch. Break these people coming to like look and location scout the airplane as a fucking airplanes and airplane anyway so they're looking to end and the person who has scouting was Roger Cormon. Oh Wow and I went up to him and like Mr Carmen. There's film in the cameras. If you WANNA film anything you want right now go ahead. Because he's the kind of guy who would shoot anything anywhere and just steal shots and he didn't and there's no story other than I met Roger Cormon and you know I I did get my shot in film which was do you remember. The name of it was it short. Shark Nayyar Shark Puss. Your can forget how this even came about but this was about ten years ago. They said I'd just crazy stuff comes over the transom. And then one thing was would like to do a cameo in Roger Cormon Shark to Puss and I said you had me at would Conan like too so I was. I was just Roger Cormon. You're kidding is he going to actually direct and they said yes so I I went to the beach which I think is actually a all roads lead back. Everything The same beach where they shot the ending of planet of the Apes. I went to that beach and my job was to play. Conan O'Brien insufferable. I'm wearing A. I'm wearing a blue blazer a yawning cap and I have an assistant remember. I had an actress playing my assistant. Son Remember this right. Yeah and she was fanning you or she was fanning me like on some absolutely out of touch than I have and some kids are playing volleyball and they knocked the volleyball and it hits me and I jumped up and I start screaming at them. I'm Conan O'Brien do has any idea that one of the top television comedians. And as I'm screaming you see a long tentacle. Come out of the water. Oh come on. That's IT GOES. It goes up my ass out my mouth knocking the cap off my head and then It rips my head off the head rolls over toward the volleyball players. Are they pick it up and continue playing volleyball with my separate head and I have yes. I'll give it to you. It's one of my favorite. It's yeah it was just one of those. I think I was there for four hours and I've never been more certain I was doing the right thing. I've never been more certain that might time. I've taken long walks with daughter were. I've talked about life and time with Roger. Corman was much better asked how was it. He was great. He was terrific. He seemed like he was in icon. That guy yeah yeah really just absolutely just absolutely unbelievable experience which you know. I don't know if you're able to step outside your situation now. I know you know you to be a very humble guy. But you've now created that kind of you know body of work where you're GONNA have you already have people? I mean the Times that you've even past my children. They wonder why you would ever spend a second with me. They've just they knew they put you on such a pedestal. Like can you believe that J.j? Abrams you know I I know that it is. It is the format of of the podcast. Say My name is. I feel this way about being your friend but the reason I do feel exceeding lucky is not just because obviously. You're a lovely guy. I know this is sounds sycophantic and stuff but what I really truly believe despite everything that has happened in the nearly thirty years which I cannot believe that have passed the fact that I was sitting in that audience on that day. Watching you as this young comic. Come out to you know. Begin in this kind of this crazy sort of precipitous moment for you like like what was going to be you know and to get to see and have that audience electricity and to feel like. Oh here's a guy who's about to launch into the consciousness and sort of the you know into pop culture and the history of this country and and to have you be someone that now I get to know and and hang out with and I it just it. It really truly does make me feel like a lucky guy. So I can't thank you enough for a mile for that. That's amazing Well that's very nice of you to say I know there's a movie role coming happy. They're not be surgery vein and you're good. I will not. I will not torture you any longer. just absent and you've made Everybody snap to attention when they heard that you were coming on the Pike Place. Is Mary Nice? Thank you so much for asking. Let's let's do this again. Tomorrow would be better. I'm unavailable okay. Hello this is sonum obsession. I'm Conan O'Brien's assistant and I have an Instagram TV series. You sound like a robot fixes your life these days. I'm helping people cope with life in quarantine by answering their questions things. Like how can extrovert Cope during quarantine? And what are some ways to still like my spouse during all this to be clear? I'm not an expert on cove. Nineteen just on wasting time. Cuban I out what a what a great third grade presentation. Thank you. Keep an eye out for brand new episodes airing every other Friday on team. Cocoa's instagram yeah. You get a cookie. That was terrible eight this. Hey it's been a while since we've reviewed the reviewers are you guys up for that. I'll admit I'm always somewhat guarded. I tense up a little bit. I had feared criticism since I was a child. I'm always worried about what someone's going to say but let's do it. You know that I'll take care of you. I screen these. Oh okay well I hate when you say that. Makes me think there's horrible stuff? I'm not hearing so I mean I'm screening all the praise it's just sometimes it's too laudatory and it has to be taken down to just faint or normal praise but there is not a single critical one of these. You're kidding but this is going to be something I think about it. Three o'clock in the morning. Because that's wakeup up. I wake up at three and I go through my rosary. Beat of self loathing. Click one beat at a time. Anyway let's go do it okay. Subject I need to know three exclamation marks five stars by J Kawhi nine. I'm sure that I'm not the first to ask this. But what do your sponsors think of the way you go about reading their advertisements. Personally your take is so hilarious that I don't even fast forward to the ADS which is saying a lot too not ever change. Which I'm sure by now is a safe bet Sony and Gourlay. The show wouldn't be the same without both of you. Hey CONAN will disagree. But that's really. What makes him so Special Malamah? Porno take care. Did he say Porno at the end? Kona Hawaiian okay. I'm sorry I'm sorry. I thought he said my love is porn out. Why did your mind go their place? I didn't mean to lower what was otherwise a lovely sentiment till he delved into pornography in the end. I I'm glad I'm glad they like the way. I re- DADS. I read ads the only way I can. Which is I can't I cannot read straight copy. I have no idea what advertisers think about what we're doing and I'm not trying to be. I'm not trying to sound cool or anything but I honestly don't care I really don't care I mean I love doing the podcast and and and I love that. The ads are able to sustain us. But when there's copy that sounds blatantly ridiculous coming out of my mouth. I have to say something about it so I can tell you a little bit that there's a certain amount of removal so there's the advertisers than the stitcher people that have to collect all that and then very gingerly asked for For things to be edited out because they were to sh- to sharp commentary. Obviously you didn't ask my permission first. So this is a revelation. You're editing me out editorially without consulting me. You're not even in this podcast. That's probably why it's doing so well. I'm shocked you still have sponsors. If I'M GONNA be blunt well no well first of all. I think one of the reasons we have sponsors. Is that I don't think I'm saying anything. People don't know the podcast has been very successful. It's listened I think the latest figures are over nine billion people just in America alone which yeah which is hard to do in a country of only three hundred and forty five million people and also people do listen to the ADS. They don't fast forward through them. So they are hearing the name of the product occasionally. They're hearing me rail against the product right. But you still walk away remembering the name of the product and is any advertiser will tell you. That's nine tenths of the battle. That is why I think. Advertisers are sticking with us so. I am curious when I can just imagine gourlay mopping his brow with a vintage. I love how you're Improv is. Just No. Are we improving yes. This is an Improv shitting. There that you are a fop known. New a cloth handkerchief carrying fop annual. You know and every now and then you're talking to somebody at a mattress company and your mopping your browsing. Meryl's go stick addict you weird clown. What's the Dick you weird clown dig? It is love that just came out. Let's move that's insanity stick you clown and you're the guy who's editing me. That's what I love. Who's aging you? The guy you just shouted stick Dick Weird clown is editing me out of my own ads. Stick Dick Weird clown. This is from the person. Who's editing me unbelievable anyway. I hope you don't back down too much Chorley. I hope you stay home. And I'm on your side right. There's been a couple of times where I've sort of in a fun way. Implied that the product. I'm promoting will kill. You instinct might be something along those lines. Yeah and maybe you've had to edit those out right. You also have disdain for anything computer related that you don't understand you automatically bash it so I don't think the computer will be part of the future. I think it's a fad. All I think the I do think personal computing and I think most of the advances in the last fifteen years will melt away and we will go back to the Abacus Wooden be you'll say this word. GonNa look back on this and go. What was that thing? We did where we crunched a lot of information down using silicon chips. Oh I don't remember. Click clack click clack abacus. I have more than one. Oh then are you enjoying your abaci. I am father. That's the future. I envision that was just you know the plural of Abacus. Yeah so okay. Let's do another our favorite podcast. Five stars by 'em Madeleine. Hi I'm nine years old and I listened to your podcast. I think you are so funny. Hashtag love it. She's nine I'm so glad she's GonNa hear. Stick a dickey weird. I just don't think nine year old should be listening to this park first of all. What is her name? Madeleine Madeline That's very nice. I'm sure you're hearing some things on this podcast. That are frightening or confuse. You and I apologize for that. It's weird because it has content at a nine year old shouldn't here but the maturity level of it is about a nine year old true. Yeah those weird. If that happens very rarely that things line up that way well. I think I'm glad that at Madeline it surely clearly has very good taste And I just hope sometimes I know that we we delve into areas. That maybe a nine year old shouldn't be hearing about and I blamed for that because she is what. You're kind of Your filthy dirty person. But I know Brian needs a friend so I need a friend who'd doesn't have their mind in the gutter goodwood. Would you say you said good? I was mocking that. Come back that you had because it was terrible. I said Oh good one like yes you probably that might come back with no good. Yeah Hawgood One Madeline. Now is changing her mind. A nine year old is being driven away from the I test. She switched to Joe Rogan pumping iron. Madeleine's that's GONNA have arms for days soon shoot guns. That's nice that's nice. I'm glad that she's listening to the podcast. And maybe she'll learn a lot. I know that I don't want to know your well. No learned the plural of Abacus. Is so anything from this podcast. This podcast has nothing educational whatsoever about it. This this podcast is equivalent of lead in the water supply. You see it shortens your attention span. You start to drastically lose. Iq You have difficulty sleeping. And eventually your empire crumbles in this case Rome. Hey I also got some bad news for you. The plural of Abacus is abacus. Dammit you're a moron kidding. I love those I first of all abacus is terrible. I would like to move and I will. I think we should contact the Oxford English dictionary. People and I'm serious about this. I think we should contact them and say we want the plural of abacus to be Abaci. Isn't Abaci name. Sounds like someone from the Bible? Yeah we're going to start a movement. A very important movement to change the plural of advocates. The WORD ABACI Puts ME IN MIND OF A story? As Abraham Lincoln used to say that puts me in mind of a story. You all remember the Dean of the Actors Studio James Yet. He was a frequent guest on our late night. Show and did lots of bit for us and was a really terrific guy. A great Rockland tour of the old school and his lovely. He passed away recently which was sad but he lived this amazingly full long life and his wife's name was category and I met catacomb and she's lovely and once I think it was Elaine's restaurant I got to have dinner with James. Lipton he invited me to dinner. I think we did something together. And then he said let's off to Elaine and so the next thing I knew I made Elaine's restaurant for the first time in an eating with James Lipton and they're all these paintings and stuff on the wall and different pictures of different interesting people and Sketches and there was a painting of a woman a Behind James Lipton and he's chewing away at his pork chop and he said to see that for Nude Woman that painting on the wall behind me and I said yes and he said. Do you know who that woman is all know and I said No. And he said it's Kinda tied and I dropped my four and said that's the fucking greatest line that anyone has said to me in my life. Never Forget James Lipton. Had I think he had tied like old school had put like a a Napkin around his neck? His throats to keep the food from getting on his suit and he was showing and he said that woman behind me you see her and it was this very attractive. Nude woman in the painting was maybe twenty thirty years old and he went. I said you know her identity and I said no I. It's it's Cata cod as God made her. Oh my God what are antastic. Moment in my life and his wife was sitting next to him just sort of like going. Yeah Okay James. Maybe not tell everyone that. That's a nude portrait of me. Jarred made if people take one thing away from my podcast. I wanted to be that Madeleine nine year old madeline. If you're listening right now. I know the plural. I mean I know the plural of advocates advocacy's which it should not be. But I do know this that when you see a nude portrait in. What's the now closed? Elaine's restaurant you should say. Try as dot made a big swallow if a pork chop. Hey listen. Can I make one appeal? If you're a fan of this show and you see me out in the world because I am out there I walk around them. An easy to spot If you say to me by as God made her I will give you ten dollars. Oh my God you want that. In this podcast. I don't know that could have been a very foolish thing. I just said you let me know is that's crazy ten dollars. I could lose a lot of money. Yeah that's don't do that. You don't do that. I'm going to actually say this fight. You see me out in the world listeners. To this if you see me you know me when you see me right sonal. Yeah your giant white man with red hair and it's very easy to spot you okay anyway. If the same if you see me I ask you to do is shout kind of tie as God made her and a I will greet you very happily CONAN. O'brien needs a friend obsession and Conan O'Brien as himself produced by me Mac Gormley executive produced by Adam Saks. Jeff Ross. At Team Coco and Colin Anderson and Chris Ben and at Ear Wolf theme song by the White Stripes incidental music by Geneva Vena. Our supervising producer is Aaron Blair and our associate talent producer is Jennifer samples. The show's engineered by will becton. You can rate and review this show on apple podcasts. 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79: Special Guest Agent 57Cell, Ficto, and Everything Ingress

Agent Academy - An Ingress Podcast

59:37 min | 6 months ago

79: Special Guest Agent 57Cell, Ficto, and Everything Ingress

"Today's podcast is brought to you by audible. Get a free audiobook. Download and said he day free trial at www dot audible trial dot com slash agent academy over one hundred and eighty thousand titles to choose from for your iphone android kindle or impede three player now. Welcome to the agent academy downloading latest Intel. Package welcome back was getting worried about you. Number Seventy Nine reported on March twenty seven twenty twenty. I'm agent Gooney Guy. Age Do J. J. in an interesting fifty centers. If he's he's he's a little far away like Australia. Like nine o'clock in the morning there. So that's right. We're glad you're here. I was tiny. Your time is relative. They also are you. Are you anywhere near Adelaide? I mean if you don't want to mention where you are. That's fine well Westminster so it's kind and almost the oxide of the country from everywhere else in we. We could with three thousand kilometers. Fields Skull grow units. What do you call those like? I haven't candidate loose units. Kim Greely units all units. There that works that works. What are they will? So we've got some news to talk about and I'm sure if you've ever watched videos on Youtube fifty-seven sells videos fan fields and like all this too much math for me crazy like how to really maximize fields in a bunch of cool stuff so go check it out if you haven't seen it. You're living in Iraq. If that's the case and thanks for the subscription their Arctic revel. It's good to see your your name and have a bunch of people in chat so that's often to you. I I'M GONNA go ahead and start with my week. It's a very short week just more work but also I did get the scan my first portal. It happened to be a church. The church sign. It was the church Jan while actually scan the whole thing. I got probably a quarter way around the building before the game ended and I guess I can send multiple scans but I started with that one and then I haven't done any more so really working that Badge Ele. I smaller church like no titan statues and and things like that but Zebo Gazebo. Iphone doesn't support little scanning currently and with everything going on the world right now. I don't think I'm going to be looking at doing portal. Skin's a little bit of time. Potentially what else have you been doing this weekend? I know you've probably done some vanguard Steph. Watts it work. It's it's pretty much it's been work and just trying to maintain sanity with all of those social distancing and everything else going on so do a lot of you know Brooks in around my apartment complex and trying to hit the back roads just to avoid people and there are supporters on that route so I am still able to get a couple of accidents and trying to get some extra power cubes because right now it's kind of like deciding which I wanNA maintain is is most of my ingress game. Play right now is just making trilog the strategic things that I wanNA keep up or charged and like hiking. Portal's his oddly enough. Everybody seems to be flocking to the trails. Making it to where it makes sense. You don't want to be anywhere near the trails. Are you seeing a lot of spoofing? Since people can't get out they decided to do it that way out. It doesn't really seem to be more than more like a Hagia put it that way. I'd say it's been pretty satisfied with reports coming in so there isn't a big increase. Hopefully I did know. I thought maybe people would try that since I can't get out and they thought well maybe I'll just do it this way there was I heard. I don't think there was ever posted but there was there was like a Polka Mongo campaign. Can't remember what the name of that petition cited where it was like niantic allows disprove during the worst. Now I have been still doing some car. Grassing I still am travelling to and from work so I'm being very careful. Of course we're kind of a health provider so and putting in computers and making sure that they don't lose networking stuff because that's their Gatien so throughout a couple more layers on feels nothing like nothing like fifty seven sal does but now keeping keeping my little cell alive and throughout a couple of prime tips episodes figured people were just caught in the house or looking for something they get so they would probably listen to that other than that. It's not like you said hasn't been a whole lot but it's been a lot of rain here lately so I am feeling I may be gets good. Make out and do a little bit and just like you. I'm planning I've got some trails that I could hit and I can stay away from people I hope but it's small enough down. Its rule enough that I could walk around down. Nobody within that size is definitely winning in terms of that advantage to people. Come what about fifty you sell would you? Would you get this week? Yeah well these crazy. English found only thinking. If you've mentioned if he was really homebound what can they actually do and crazy organs like they could get together with other agents who have keys for their own couch portals and so forth but I should say not? A lot of people have couch. Portal's great ideas they get In terms of my own self will be working from home since last week. My company's been good that they don't pretty on the ball with this whole thing and timetables ballgame kickstarter just finished and now's traction put that ballgame together. Get it up. I've got a couple of teachers. They're looking forward to that. I can't use it for like a month. But they're looking forward to it. That's great all right under the news. Yeah sorry I'm Kinda riding the down here on some audio issues but Yeah Yeah Yeah. That's the news. Well today. I think about noon central standard time. So that would probably be what middle of the night for you. Fifty seven in I did some back in maintenance and they said it would last for a couple of hours and it may caused them. Increased latency in your scanner. Of course people to let him know what was going on. So I saw some agents reporting that they were unable to to deploy portal's very slow response and I think about four thirty central standard time. Some agents we're getting some four thirty some five three years so that tells me that they were working on some things especially the Intel. They noted that the engineers that said that the Intel should be better based on some changes. They made so. I popped into the Intel map about that seven o'clock and it seemed to be happier but I didn't put it through paces of changing things to see of it catches those changes. It seemed to be good for me. I haven't really seen anything because most of my plays normally on the way to work and on the way home from work and working from home has really put a dent in that. Because by the time I've done with work it's like time to start dinner and then after that it's getting late and it's like well then I will be out way too late to figure out and do ingress and So I haven't been playing much lately. I need home portal. They need to get in the item in the game to give us well. Just just grab some Gazebo and move it into your yard and then rotated it was private property though. Okay move it out on the sidewalk next year. House pavilion here lakes beautiful. I'll just run down to the hardware store staying six feet away from everyone decoding they do have the decoding cutting challenges and go on. Is that right? Is there something going on there? Is that right? Well I I saw something about two pieces left so there must be. There must be working on something. I haven't haven't really kept up with the television as much as I have. But evidently there's still waiting on round eight predictions and then they're figuring that around nine. I'll start after those come out so I don't know whether the tether band is stuck at home or whether they're just holding off on that for some reason or another but one of the things that agents could definitely do without having to go out into the field. I believe a throw the hand sanitizers on l. The debtor Dan. Yeah wash those tethered hands before they touch two three. That's that probably is where it's at the portal. Wash your hands. Wash your hands. I wash my hands so much the back of my hands or read the moisture is and I got to start doing that stuff but it will be the next thing to show Joel Toilet paper. I still don't understand the toilet paper thing well. Somebody explained that to me the other day when people panic they get the basic materials that they need and evidently toy vapors very basic and so everybody feels they have to have it like I kinda wish it could be. You Know Panic. Buying Power Fugit. Balk right down micro pack but if the Big Lake. You know. Forty six pack. Power accused were each power to has a little bit more in it. It's like this power. Cube is a little weight. But it's got like two hundred exit more than the regular power because it's in the bonus pack lays there you go yes double. That's nothing I mean they they. They've all sorts of things that they allow you to do extra resonator and cut down on the time but I don't think I've ever seen him do a boost on on a power back. We said like increase drop rate on before and things of that not only tweak to the actual no. I think if we were going to get anything it would probably be increase drop rate. Because that's probably something that's a little easier on the fly but I think it should make it fun. Just give it give it a random charge so you may get one like ten percent charging you're screwed and one that's like one hundred and thirty percent charge. Your bonus hyper before us right and they get free packs out all the time in Harry Potter. Like just every other week. It's like. Hey here's a bonus pack with nearly what's this foreign and I guess it's whatever events going on at the time you're ready for it so they could do that within growth. I would like to see what they've done. Similar for some of the anniversary events where you can to discourage multiple accounts from being able to redeem Mike mass amount of codes. Just have it set up to where if you go into the in restorer. There's like a daily number of cubes or weekly total or something that you can redeem from just zero caddick in you just so you can do that and get small amount of cubes keep going keep. Something's charge but I guess we'll we'll see what happens with that. I think right now just the. Ar Gaming space in general is kind of struggling across the board to figure out how to adjust to the situation. And I think ingress is no exception. Where so much of our game is go out. Travel places people and right now. Isn't that the best thing that you should do that? That's right yeah I. You're probably right there. You know that you're talking about changing the games and stuff like that. I don't know whether it might help on. It seems like we see Spoofer that I think what they do is to get those forever codes and then just run a bunch of those coach through in that way they can get get that spoofing account up to like level four something and work a little bit more and get it up to five. And that's when they start to use it so I don't know whether they need to put like a slow mode on those forever coats. He knew one a day which I know is the yourself anniversary year when they released the historic codes that you get zero caddick matter Your account had to be like a certain amount of time Aged that way you couldn't just create like a new account all the items transfer them off so the selling a similar. I'm done before we take the AP off all the codes completely now forever. It's have had that at a p stripped so it might be incorrect on some of that but I do know that there was like back I think during the first Navarro there was like a huge avalanche codes and what it was was a lot of the forever Coz it had been retooled to not have the AP in but because of that they became active for pretty much everybody again and speaking of active or not active for everyone facto was released clock the city. Yesterday I think lead ballooned in it and I don't know issue but when I went to download it and it was like well. I don't see it on the store and finally went back to their twitter. And it's like we're corona virus. It's the reason why it's not up on Google yet. Now he's out there for IOS. I assume it is because they just said that it was a Google playstore issue. Yeah that's yeah that's where I tended I. I went to their site so they had like. Oh you know sign up if you want to hear more details and then could not get the APP so it was like well I tried. I am hoping Sony got a recording or has footnote somewhere kids. I'm interested to see if they didn't lower related with that. So if you're out there and you know if you know Lord teasers with that police says something little dino it's it's so on brand that fits really well so don't worry about it. We'll get get into the description I saw. It looks like they said it's going to be describes it. As an accidental case of mistaken identity lands to clueless young journalist in the crosshairs of secret agents cult leaders like that and the global conspiracy hidden under the veil of everyday life. So now we're a cult evidently seems like your resistance. Call you work like a cult but yeah so I guess. Maybe that's where some of the people talked about. Maybe it was a reboot of ingress. It's what is it not ingress obsessed theory my theory so you got the number right. You got the two people right. I don't know if it's going to be. Ladies are not a so something about empowering viewers to become part of the story and secret codes includes will lead viewers to explore their world and intercept intelligence left by a mole in the series. Sounds like a drought. I think they're gonNA look for Co located portals. That's theory that I worked on have been able to buy one of those. I've been looking but they are in the ones that should be. There are no longer. There have been moving. That's terrible do that doing that's right. So what are the predictions? How long it's going to be before we see. Vikto roll out a if it's already out on IOS somehow grab it and put it on Youtube and you'll be able to see it. Yeah we just may not be able to vote in the polls or whatever. The interaction is they have So that might take some time because it may be like click on this or that like while you're watching the video it'll be interesting to see one day and hope from the Chat Room Pixel Bite says that it From what they know the first three clips were reused clips from twelve eighteen. Been where he found the phone. Oh wow so like the really old clips from the the first investigation board was posted. So Jacqueline one of the light twelve eighteen. Not a researcher just kind of like. Well he's complicated. His background is complicated by Da Vinci. Phone guys this. The other day I remember now Ritchie Phone Guy. Yeah so he gets the prototype. Ingress scanner that Deborah manages to smuggle out during Epiphany Night Race. It all heart because he gets it in like a used phone sale on Ebay or something starts ringing on its own and Oh yeah statu doing things like this. Drone swoops in late starts photographing. You'll see guys in the suits in the background talking into their hands so so I did. Send them a message. 'cause THEY WANNA get your show on Fiqh though so who knows. Maybe you'll see the agent Kaddoumi podcasts on FECTA. And you'll be able to poke us in the face while we're while we need man put out one other thing that you can do without having to go outside and let's share your favorite portal. I guess the post in in the community forums so starting a couple of days ago Fifteenth They WanNa hear about your most interesting portal's encountered and put it in your favorite social media or keys and shared a screen shot of your favorite portal. So what's in it for you other than just being great looks like there's going to be exclusive? Pasco that could be redeemed by two. So you get to share So they ask you to put out a screen shot a short not white special. You your agent name. I think they said codename tag it with my favorite portal and maybe not an Intel link. Then they'll start I guess it's just a good way to kind of get people talking. Now people out there on social media that may not know what ingress? What does this thing? I don't understand? And so maybe they can generate a little more interest that way So I think the policy the pass code come out Macbeth or something like that day table. Sixteen excuse me. This is when the passcodes might start dropping so you won't get them right away. So yeah because the few passcodes. I've gotten through their social media. Stuff have been pretty decent passcode. I don't know if that will change with Andrew sending them out but We'll see maybe vein sending them out now. Right hand has made me into an Avatar on occasion where I've had to send out some reward passcodes agents so it could happen again. Just activated Agent Academy Alison passcodes. Goodbye might send him during the show and just a secret milk who knows the passcode and the jets. Have anybody knows it was a dead drop or alive drop. I Dunno social distant drought news. You're complaining about people chasing the last drop so we really bad this time. Just stay in Max. Deploy Rain Steinway. Sojourner badges anybody relying upon the recharge or are you like me paranoid. You're going to have just to keep it alive. Just in case though no soldiers been out dead. Anyway actually yeah. I'm still euro right now even with recharge so actually can it concerned about that because it'd be recharging daily so that's so you don't think it's working or do you think it's something they'll do later. I might missed a date somewhere there. So we'll try to take a closer look at it it's been it's been crazy the last couple of days. Needless to say I have just not trusted. I've been I've been hacking portal. One close by so I can do that. So that's that's if you're if you're on fifteen hundred days you kind of don't really want to take the nature can before you try another one thing. I haven't really done is taken the time to really workable. Because now the charge rate is are the. It's like ninety seconds and then you can get sixteen hacks before you burn it out so cool down second sixteen acts you could fill your inventory. Pretty Darn quick good. I I did that on the the Puerto Portals game because it's basically been the only portal. I've been able to go to Just because they had to run to work and grab something Before I kept myself inside and unfortunately it was a neutral portal and not throw any bones and I couldn't really get it up higher than And I didn't have any AIDS like I am Dr Aids and so it's just like sitting there. Just fill in my inventory with crap more crap and more crap but I got a bunch of keys so I will be thinking. Imagine how many keys you can harvest. That's a great idea. Throw around there and just really feel quick starbursts from in like a month or two and you can get the time down if you throw on those heat sinks in okay. Could you get down to their on some crappy ones and it was down to like thirty seconds. I think pretty low right now. It's fifteen to ten fifteen seconds so I'd say thirty second spot so this is one thing that's been annoying me like when the items pop up like when you're trying to hack something and see the time that you have on it and you're like no. I just want to see the time so I never really got an accurate like okay. It's this long because the time that took was probably so I'd say forty five seconds. Yeah sure if you had to agents and you get loaded up with some pretty rare heat six you could probably get it down. Then move on to the next one won't be really only use a now. Let's your area that you're not just be on opposite sides of the parking lot is you're putting them on my bland. I wanted to talk to one or agents. That's on the other side of the cell and him you know him having a couch portal and me having a couch portal that works but we just can't find that third guy you gotta find that. Third Guy South of the blue and then he just mowed it between you over the weekend. I go on the summer with another agent but it was because of everything it was like we took separate cars an hour and a half drive. I've and then we had a couple of times like hey well we can just drive down to the bottom and it's like why don't just one of us go and it was horrible just because there were so many people in this park where there's never anybody there and I'm like what I'll do Yeah the two sir so I can't really system right away. I haven't made it out to our trails but I imagine that's what I'm going to see the same things I've seen a lot of people walking dogs and things like that. So but we digress. We need to get into the real stuff sell. You are a fielder extraordinaire. Well least is your travels big and and makes them all nice. I like that but the homogeneous fields. Yes what is that all about well? That's that's kind of a attorney what let's if you make. A bunch of land fields usually see different shades of your favorite color within the if you mentioned you've got to be by sliding along along layer along herringbone lighter fields in these ones would be really intense blue green and then listen to go but a homogeneous field homogeneous field. It's every single. Point in that whole region has the same number of less loss. That's technically really difficult thing to do. Yes kind of because it's kind of a random bunch of fields together. You can get a uniform number of letters. That's what that's what these implants you first. You have to understand. How structured because with the traditional ones. If you if you're not making cross links if you don't have doubled puddles then there's really only one structure these can have so. Yeah this the says. Is anyone structure? These can have your large triangle. And that you'll first line runs so everyone's eight hundred units field as long as you've made a field you've made one hundred one layer on US air and you're done maybe thousands of poorly in between and you had improperly. Then you get to leads attuned to make three layers you kind of need each of these smaller triangles. Each of these smaller triangles. Vani to split as well so you've got an extra three puddles in between the and the number of the number of Paul's you need for a number of leads goes up exponentially. I mean. We're all very aware of exponential growth. Now that's unfortunately it's the same thing with hundred union sealed. You won't you won't fall as you need three times as many puddles and five dollar three times until six is three hundred sixty eight. How many hundred and twenty four hundred and twenty fall quarrels? I think it is creepy. Comments from around on around about the three sixty six links and seven mayors would be three times more complicated than that if it could be done and one mistake and you have to like Jarvis just up and that's exactly right. Yeah kind of thing. Nine mistakes committed here. That a single agent from the team can come and stuff. The whole operation on Excu- frogs. You probably do that. Just a single agent from your stuff making rolling in run time and we're playing one of your videos that you have on your youtube where you make a six layer one of these solo. Yes try almost as soon as possible. The reason you can only go to six lands is you need a seeks laws. You need three things one of the portals and you can't do that Sala normally so luckily agent here agent. Ekg Who's actually working also getting ready to save lives a-coming which is fantastic. She she put the extra mode on that. I needed to complete this field and then I stopped it up so I had to flick the call. Why our present sufferings that was time for warning? And how long did it take you to do? The the six layer Took that see six thousand twenty minutes. Six thousand twenty minutes. It would have been for twenty minutes except for the mistake. I made yet just bemoaning confident there. In that clip. Well you should be finished it off your right now. How does that? How does that work out for like Ap As a good AP generator for an agent to really GonNa Genitive. This did this during wip and scored me one point. Seven million just money. Yeah it's even normal times eight hundred thousand. Ap flooding around that's including the catches and so forth. You know it could be more than that. It could be less than that depending what field is not when you star three hundred sixty four fatal. There's a lot of it. Yeah that is and I assume that works out pretty good. Mu For your cell when you do that as well tippy large year. So and I mean I haven't. I haven't seen one that smaller than I think. Seeing one of the smaller than a couple of kilometers across and these are going to be in really dense areas which will be massive anyway so they do tend to six and not the most efficient way to get in you. Simple multi-layered herringbone or something like that. But they do score on the New Year. So if you're looking if you're looking at doing one of these you need a dense portal area that that has some kind of laid out right in some respects. Yes you could enough photos you can find the right layer inside you just have to leave all other portals unused interesting now. I'm curious seem pretty much all of your videos on Youtube but I can't quite remember if there's ever a record discussion smallest six layer so I'm wondering if that's if that's something that anyone's planning on if it's something that anyone does or maybe it could be a challenge. Nearly thirty calling you on boasting about making smallest one and making the biggest one so the biggest thing was about yes. Three thousand six hundred and fifty S. Columba's. I'm not sure that he didn't square miles. I can look at it would be more. Did six feet smaller than six. Eight one thousand four hundred miles to do so and that was about one point four million. Mu In Germany was Jimmy timber by forty eight forty musicians. I remember reading that one day and they they kind of kept it quiet go ahead at all and and everything you'd want anybody to of course mess it up you throw that twice. I have to look it off or something that done a lot of these attended before. They're successful in attempted rape. They must be silent. Many grits tried and knock are done. Told anybody yeah I mean I mean you can. If you're one of those people listening in then you can. You can dust off your accent. Keep the Clarence. If are there any more? Don't play now's a good time for do planning yes. Are there any plans that you have that you've been that you're thinking of doing a video for coming up? There was there was talk a while back of having an international six edging is Field Day in June. But I suspect that's not going to happen so I had a little plan prepared. Well the start of a plan prepared for bat again. You know. That's all that's on hold. Ill dusted-off at some point in terms of videos. Some of the things. I've been thinking about now. Fields how do you make really complicated arrangements of fields? Beautiful something quite cynical but to me just show you know you've you've you've got master over this guy you know how to do. So that's that's that's being that Halloween challenge make a jackal land with no fields. Why is it now? Do you think is it possible to come up with emergence field? That's not the triangle. The classical triangle shape that maybe you can do. I know that you've come up with like two different ones together to come up with a Rambus or something like that. Yeah Yeah Yeah you could definitely I mean at the very least you could just stay together. And then you've got your you've got your own this and make any pet. There has been some beautiful work done with them. I think there was some amazing green. I can't remember what country wants now but this beautiful artwork of these these Green Line. Where a lot of the elements of the genius fields and one thing that drives drives me to make this video. Let's is to put ideas into the hands of the agents so that they can go and do something better. Do something incredible with his some. Now you've got your basic you your basic paintbrush and paints ingrained in blood. Has Some has an extra drawing tools you can use. What can you come up with? That's what I that's what really excites me is just take the stuff that. I've put out the ten times for me. And some people think it math is involved so they run away from during the actual challenge enemies like sending your videos out to different people in kind of encourage them because we had a lot of agents locally. It's thought that that was too high of a number to accomplish and I was one of the people that skipped out on going for the third tier of the extra five Controller badge so for didactic was kind of like well. I want to go for the top tier on this because I had some life commitments and other things going on during at so five or approved myself that I can do it and I want to do it. Smart rather than just go out and do a lot of microfilming so actually the first time in a long time. Kinda dusted off the the brain announced to put together a couple of AP generators and actually do some pretty much. Just like herringbone type. Setup spoke with anchor points that way I could flu become cold and the same portal's is over and over again while I was waiting for cool down. So wasn't using his name. Flip cards or you know. Softbank's wasting the soft bank's that's been a good resource. I think a Lotta people so yeah. I'm sure work is appreciated by regard. And if you're a beginning Agent and you not done a lot of fielding and you want to know how to maximize your fielding. These are probably the best videos to explain how to do that. And I really want to steal your software that you use for that by the way but I'll deal with that later but he does a really good job of explaining how to get every bit that you can get and I've used your you know Examples a couple of times like this isn't GonNa work and it's like by. Golly it works so thank you for that. I still get comments from time to time saying I thought you couldn't feel the puddles already under a field that says you can't make from. Its you can link to do it and having people contact or reach out in the local Chevy like when. How did you understand this inflatable seeds? Yeah as long as you're throwing for something it's not completely under a field you can throw something under a field. Launched crossing a link to so. Yeah that that takes a while for people to grasp it in their heads that we talked about throwing back at one time back links or you guys give different names and Yeah beginning agents they. They just can't grasp that idea split in that field. Monroe Act like that shocked me the first time I did it by accident. You're getting jaded resistant. Software L. splitting fields was almost kind of like something that wasn't intended. I think to some regard like early early on I can remember. There was a point in time where they took away the ability to to split fields but it was only for like twenty four hours eight hours. Maybe because of the complaints came. This never really intended for this to happen. But it's it's it's an important thing because I mean if you want if you want that feel stand after they take out one of the anchors these split the fields and half of. It's still there if you don't split the fields then they take out one side and everything goes down. You know but if you're wanting to flip and re throw you split the fields so yeah it's it's it's something you can use to your advantage. You Know I. It doesn't add something to the guy on biased. Of course you understand or expressive has just Chit Lucky. That's what happens so I am curious because this popped into my mind but what is your. What is your link to field ratio is something that you boast on or that you. I did go after I am age. Die Reached three thousand links with two thousand fields and some of the local plants. Wow that's a really good ratio. Oh is it something I should be? Tediously pushed it up to one to one and says it. Stay there for a long time. I did go onto one during operation. -Til Star we were making a league star into a doubled so you know I dropped back and and I collected foods far outstrips maids Racia- he had a go at me. Enjoy CUSHY BACKUPS. Winning so yes I try to maintain. Its just almost a habit that now. It's like I see I could make field but I need to throw two leagues just one. Oh I don't want to do this. Fifteen point nine thousand links to ten point four thousand field so like I tried A. That's about every rich average. I've been my terrible. I live on if it if it shows it goes which must be. My rule is late four portals for fields. And that's the way to try and keep it. But yeah that's Vanessa the game. I mean that's it learning fingers now early age of Academy. They're all looking at your phone. Indicate where mindset. Is there any anything you wish that was in? Ingress like a feature. That isn't into anything. I wish it was in English as a feature. I guess the things that the things that annoy me the most is when I need to key in Conchita. But this is this is this is the game. I don't really wish that would change. It's a it's a matter of if I just go out there. I think I'm on my way somewhere. I happened to look Intel and say all as a field I could make and I'm not really thinking through sometimes I wouldn't have the case. That's it's annoying but that's life there's I really do like the game as it is I. I'm sure if I thought carefully about come up with a big long laundry list of suggestions that I wouldn't change a lot about it. I mean we had changes when we went from redacted to prime in our discussions. Were saying you know. It's really close to parody at this point and I think it's beyond it's added a number of things that we didn't have and redacted so moving forward in it seems to me anyway Stability on the scanners is much much better. I don't I can't remember last time I've had a crash out on the weird things now on the back end they're they're still struggling with things But that's for the scanner I and on the ANDROID. It seems to be doing pretty good. I don't know about fruity phones. Now I don't know if they have issues there or not so it's a pretty stable hat now again. Yeah that there was a while that it was. It was pretty ugly. There are a lot of complaints speaking of what is your flavor of mobile phone plus an android prison. I we came out. I had an eye which is why I didn't get a founder's badge. Yeah now I'm pretty certain. This finance pretty solid. Where cost device? I think they're selling the Founder's badge in the next pack. Heard so I think just get it their every one so I don't know if this is horrible or not but I've got eleven thousand links to our eleven thousand seven twenty nine links to five thousand two hundred fields. That's every probably by where I'm at. I think I'm marriages about two to one. Yeah I'm thirty four so one so I'm GonNa go the other way I'm gonNA raise to see how many links I can make without making a field or those therapies very see but only two veins home portal farms and keys around his. He can't get out. I think there was a guy who did that. I mean he may be misremembered this but I think of this guy who had from level one from the beginning carefully avoided making Siegel field ever could only a couple of agents resistance agents. Sleeves might be butchering that one but No no control fields. No those purpose purposeful all up. No no mind control because they're resisting the XM K. I I I understand. I understand her idea behind it. But no shields I believe. I think it was only only bursting. Wow Wow I can't imagine shoot. I feel every now without knowing it so they headed points. How did he get that once? I was had to make about a hundred links with fields and that was torture every single. Incognito Mike was so this is where I I had nine thousand nine hundred ninety nine fields and I was saving my ten thousand field so when I flipped. That was extreme. I had about one hundred links to catch up to get my link staff at the same level and so every time. I threw Link House terrify. Normally I had to tell the team leader. I'm not trying any links to nominate. We're fine with that and told totally on elephants up. That's going going all the way to going. All the way to h without making single field is unimaginable. I can't see I can't quite growth how someone do that. That's incredible number so you've been playing for quite a while. I have this since the second year I think did you. Did you rehearse yet? Or are you young recruit to level fifteen again? No okay slowly recovers pretty much as soon as the feature came out so on forty two. Ap So I only just possible sixteen ounce because it so doesn't sound like you're an agent that wants to grind and get get the AP just grind grind grind and get the or AP counts as you play by play. Yeah Yeah I'll set myself some weird challenge. Go for that and what to do for love. I we got a couple agents around here. That are just like Ryan points. I gotTA grinding get points. I'm like you're just making this work have to grind and get points that Some frogs no I actually. I'm a member of the fifteen forever club right here. I'll tell you that now. We actually one of one of our players. That's pretty active in our cell. He unfortunately started playing on a school email account and I think he got up to like level fourteen and then of course that that went away so he just he just grind grind grind grind grind and got it back to sixteen rather quickly and it made me feel because you know he passed me twice. Wow I mean if you know what you're doing and like I think host Rogen I load up to twelve before the W. was even over for that year select broker. Zhang came out a very quickly. Got Up to all nine then. Wbz kicked in and then from nine to twelve during wip that year. And then like I'm only backup to fifteen now on the recreation. So if I were playing the same way. I was playing during that period of W. p. all the time. I'd probably be able to recurs like two or three times by now but it's just not sustainable but all the time I'd be burnout ship and that's exactly what happened to him. He got he got burned out and the loss for our side. He may come back standing out of College. He might be back but yeah just kind of burn himself out because he was just running. Ab generators like every couple of days. You're just going to earn but like the the field challenge a relief like doing that because it was probably once a night career thing where pretty much said. I don't like wasting the items like this but I know I can do it. I took the time to plan the generators. So I'm going to run because I kind of always been a proponent is like no get. Ap Hardaway through regular micro fielding inefficient play because over more purist and had some people like issued a challenge like you candidate hundred data act. I'm like watch me. Oh well we don't want people to get sick and tired in burnt out watching the show or we're hitting almost an hour here and I WANNA make sure. There's no no more questions for fifty seven sell for we do some housekeeping and then turn off the feed. You will get the code out before we turn it off this time right now. I will. I mean that's part of housekeeping. The show we get all the way down crazy now. We're not be ready till tomorrow. Sorry J. Lo and do a telegram when it's ready trying to midnight tomorrow and speaking of with all the Coronas stuff going on. I don't know how it is working from home that like three times as busy than I was beforehand but the last episode is out now on Youtube and a on your audio listening devices whichever one that may be so you can download it and if you're just now hearing this one hopefully it'll be out much sooner. I will try things. We love everything you do. We know it takes a lot of time and a lot of trouble so just be a nice bonus like if they're stuck at home slating you get to Agent Academy One but I was kinda thinking with prime dips like I need puppy suckers out because people are getting home board and I made just put the audio out. Real quick from like the twits recording which will be lower quality than replace it with a better quality went to edited. It just depends but just keep that in mind and same thing with the code. I will probably done tomorrow and speaking of let's go ahead and give you that code. It is a fifty-seven sell a and that is new. Mer roles new numerical those are the numbers five and seven words. L L upper grace so Go put that in tomorrow at some point the episode. We'll be on our say that don't make any promises other housekeeping before. We shut this down. Anybody have anything for US your hands. It's rice dodge unless you have to buy field or having to go. Buy a portal on your way to the grocery store. You know you just might have to hack. Yeah and just be safe and and if you do go any on any adventure with other ingress cohorts other agents. Don't be embarrassed to say. Hey let's take separate cars. You know the time to do that and North that. Have a good week bye bye. Os Fifty Seven. Salford joining the show. Thank you and next time you have like a big Video and You WanNa talk about it. Just let us know and we'll get you back on the show and and let tell folks here's to tag over to youtube which has channel will end the shutout at least it's the Chad at twitch channel. If you're in there just click on it. Go Watch some videos. Learn play better ingress and give him a light to while you're at. It subscribes doing that. Next big awesome video comes out and then head over to our channel you but We'll see like probably next week. They probably I'll go with properly. Sounds good thank you again and everybody good week bye bye.

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Introducing Inclusive Bandages, Band-Aid Gives Black-Owned Rivals Surprise Sales Boost

Business Wars Daily

05:52 min | 3 months ago

Introducing Inclusive Bandages, Band-Aid Gives Black-Owned Rivals Surprise Sales Boost

"We get support from net suite by Oracle. With net sweet, you'll have visibility and control over your financials HR, inventory, ecommerce, and more everything you need all in one place. Learn more and schedule your free product to are now at net sweet dot. COM SLASH BW daily. Are. From wondering, I'm David Brown. This is business wars daily on this Thursday June eighteenth in the Johnson and Johnson boardroom. It must've seemed like a good idea for moment. We're in earlier this month. J. And J. Brand band-aid decided to expand its offerings of so-called flesh, colored bandages to include black and brown skin tones. The products are expected to be available next year. Band aid posted the announcement on instagram along with an illustration of bandages, five shades ranging from Light Tan to dark. Dark Brown the Post said the company will make the new products is an active inclusivity in part. The text reads we stand in solidarity with our black colleagues, collaborators and community in the fight against racism, violence and injustice. We are committed to taking actions to create tangible change for the black community band is also donating one hundred thousand dollars to black lives matter. That's in addition to the ten million dollars parent company. Johnson! And Johnson has already pledged to spend fighting racism. BANDAIDS are to bandages as Kleenex is to tissues so dominant in the marketplace that many people say band-aid any kind of bandage. The brand is a consumer goods icon. It was launched one hundred years ago this month when Earle Dickson a cotton buyer for Johnson and Johnson decided to do something to help his new wife Josephine according to the J J. Corporate Historian Josephine working in the kitchen frequently cut herself hoping to help her dress her own wounds, Dixon combined. He's tape and Gauze to product J J already. Already sold then he covered his invention with fabric. When he told his boss about his invention, the band date was born now, according to research firm, statistic shoppers spend about one hundred seventy million dollars a year stocking up on bandaids, despite the brand size and age, however nearly all of the bandages bandaid cells are made in light colors intended for white skin. It lasts offered. BANDAIDS made specifically for black consumers in two thousand five, but the company discontinued the line, claiming lack of interest according to add age. Band AIDS instagram announcement garnered more than two hundred thousand likes, but many commenters were highly critical. Many asked what took the century-old Company so long others question bandaids motives. One poster wrote Black and Brown people have been here though we're not your marketing ploy. Popular and others suggested that consumers turned instead to a far smaller company called Brown edges, which is exactly. Exactly what shoppers did in droves mentions of brown edges on Bandaids instagram attracted so many consumers to the Black Lake Ohio company that this week the black owned company sold out of most of its products overwhelmed with orders, the husband and wife owners thanked consumers for turning to them and asked for shoppers patients as they restock according to the local ABC affiliate. True color bandages has also benefited from its surprise band-aid boost entrepreneur, toby mizen hammers the white father of Biracial kids. According to a fundraising campaign, he ran in two thousand fourteen miles in Heimer was frustrated. He couldn't find band-aids that matched his children's skin, and so he started his company today. True color bandages are sold in it and Amazon and the business expanding internationally. The color of bandages carries a lot of symbolic weight, so says medical anthropologist dewana widely in Forbes that bandages are primarily made for white skin shows children. That whiteness is the norm. She argues bandaids are silent, little innocent things, but they speak volumes. She told Forbes BANDAIDS. New Product. Announcement shows just how hard it is for companies to do the right thing and not appear to be doing too little too late. Today's high vocal consumers quick to criticize any action that to them. Mayfield insincere and that's a wound that little band aid. Can't fitness. This episode of Business Wars daily is brought to you by net suite by Oracle America's ready to get back to work, but to win in the new economy. You need every advantage to succeed. SMART companies run on net suite by Oracle the world's number, one cloud business system where you're doing a million or hundreds of millions in sales net sweet lets you manage every penny with precision and check this out net sweet surveyed hundreds of business leaders and assembled a playbook of top strategies. They're using as America reopens for business. 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Manuka Mythos

Thug Mills - How Good Is This?

33:47 min | 4 months ago

Manuka Mythos

"This is kind of embarrassing. But there's no toilet paper over here. He's going on. He can't spare three square rocks off. Now I don't have a square to spare spare square right for talking about it right now. Invincible still uptake one. We're going to talk about on social distancing. Have good is this. Yeah this is great that you race to Miss Jaren here Dante. GotTa the problem with doing prerecord intro. The never know if I should be doing intro. Not Like I'm fucking skid. Now that if I saw Tokyo we cut off I want your goofs gaffes anyway. Hello Everybody. Welcome to podcast. How could this step? Ross how are you good race? Oh really good really good. Thank you very much for asking this this good and he does not gonNA. Hey cut today yeah. I went to the cell on copy. Hydrogen seventy five dollars with the full Dr full-term how much does it cost? You guys cost me between twenty and forty five the most of a forty five. Yeah thirty five bucks. Let's Reef Baba's the my my my hairdresser. Maybe we always talk about hot stone and switch and told him that I taught him told him to what you guys on twitch friends with my style. Special rate really aren't donated. Yeah well what's happening boys that we good dungy the fans of pumped because we've had stavros amazing interest song which Do you WANNA YOU WANNA join. Explain finding the concept again for the brand new listener so as far as far as. I'm aware Steve had no idea where he just went. Steve Rosenberg to NASC- song. And then as like most of ideas it that competitions or ideas come from wanting to like may challenge you guys to running race because all like running you know it's it's never actually just like good fun. It's just like hey I've got an idea. I WANNA flex muscles a little bit. So let's have a listen to step roses just a little bit of an insurance and this would be when when he into an arena or something or room. Baseball walk up on makes me ill like honestly. I feel like fucking vomiting. Yeah and my my song. It would be. The stadium goes. Dark Road live. Rain goes dark and then he this he's got a real natural gift with God. Donny j imagine you devil wrestler. That was your anyone. Can you set the scene for your interest on which we to here? Okay I thought of it more your traditional kind of theme song like Forty Club theme song kind of thing like you know. I think that was the premise. So I went with the premise of it. as soon as Stave suggested this. This came into my head and I didn't recorded Race did his but I had the idea from from whenever it was two weeks ago when it was yeah. Let's let's listen to it. Saint is cracking doses. Laser men this why GE later of the thugs and what his customers would be don Jay. Donny rabbi led us. Hold just hi Hi Animal Cross which. Tv AND EATING FANTA- chain the U. N. G. will have on saying will do nothing low. Say Home even on Nice Days Donny. J. J. Donny. Donny Jane Baramulla just hi hi. Cruiser real funding wanders not racist rat anyway. Ge Animal Crossing twits TV eight head to the UN and new. I donny. J. J. Hold US. We just high high on on a G. Man. You really learn a lot about your seeing register. Use Do that one. My other initial feedback is. I'm sure race would have sent you the book fighting. Mp Three Yeah we yeah we make yeah we can all get ups and Fox and make it into something you know yep wow a fantastic ut. But I can imagine football team running at two that doing some laps around the MCG done really really. Well I did. I tried to ride in Betcha somewhere. But it's nothing wrong with budget. By Gra Thatcher. Okay sorry I'm speaking of seeing registers. I'll be be doing a lot of seeing. I do a lot of you guys. Don't really get much of it because you get it in the podcast. But I do what I do a lot of my phone next to a youtube video and sing along and I said it to people and I haven't saved for a while and we'd that yeah it's it's a Lotta easy going. How you doing his mason. Retitled hot is a little aquatic. Talk which is literally that Not into it but I have been practicing a lot. And here's a new song that I've got for you guys but it's also a new segment code Davey and eady's Steve vs Stephen Hanging out in Croydon stevie hanging out in Croydon for those of us who don't know I'm too young and I was in Bendigo I don't know what vs in Croydon. Where but there was a band that I was friends with a year older than me. Who would often play? Tv's in Croydon. Can you tell us what it was? Set the scene for US trying to think about exactly what the format of the building was. It's kind of like was a rock and roll venue. They had a little later in the anti a little. Be Even the tote and it's Kinda more like a Bowls club sort of community whole kind of vibe inside but yeah it was a bit away at that mid-nineties alternative peak quite well answered to the outer suburbs at that time and you are underage at the time. Yeah so I guess. The through the night turned eighteen in two thousand sir before that prime so I went to. Yeah going well I wanNA know what like what would you wear? Where would you stand well? there was probably wearing really baggy. T. shirts quite potentially some Like army pants like cargo pants. Basically yeah that's cool straight green cargo pants. I often in the mosh pit. I guess that was the one place I've ever staged was. Abc's during a set on that's cool dogs up. Yeah those during that Song Dogs. Louis People At that Gig there was probably just is probably going to be one time saving so sees all my stories but yeah there was like a little crush aqui key to not to get into the door. That Giga was like literally like people old squeezed up. It was like a mosh pit outside just to get in for details and Yeah the foes and then reloaded title game That Sita and then it started doing that noise. It sounded like it was breaking the pay so they stopped doing pretty quick and then I just played an almost pretty good. No also got dropped on my head. Craft. That's probably. Why was Eric Right? Who lifted the floor in the war is is that Ruby's now? Is that the same and that some Bill Graham totally yoga vices races. I'm sorry the same today was gonna say the equivalent for me was The album roller rink. Which is similar you you to one of those yes. I saw The mavis play that and Greenspan play. Yeah Yeah speaking. He was a regular there. While we album roller rink was my one of my local hangout cease to play Sri flooded so there was was amazing and pretend to roller skate. Good was that one of those ones. We go clockwise ten minutes and then the DJ. It'd be like earn category-wise. Yeah we had a roller rabbit and this just obviously stern dude in rabbit suit. We'll get out in every three minutes. Stop pulling on the Rabbit's tail. This is amazing kid but even now sometimes I go past like the Docklands Ice Skating Sin and always put my head and have a look at people going round. There's always forever one guy who's just amazing at the thing but has no friends there. You go bowling alley. There'll be a guy who's doing amazing things but has roller roller. Rinks and ice skating rinks. Their famous for DOTS is another one. I reckon there's always some dude just not talking anyone. What was some of the best lineups you saw stabbed that would make also Mahtani Support Nevada? The toy a saw area seven and My I if a concert I actually the first time I ever saw making. It was at Croydon fiscal ahead. They played on the back of a truck out. The Front of babies actually end. I was like just started playing guitar. I was like Fuck L. I want a while while pedal and So I got one that was first pedal. I ever got Hawas thing. You did not even like Boston. Actually Nah just straight up fucking while on the funny thing is I they. The ban has video someone should video that Gig so to what they actually went. I joined that was like clockwork orange. I just sit in the chair night. Prod buys of everything was I had to absorb it all and yeah they have a video of that so to watch it back and I was like fucking hell no under like these and right at the end of the same age like clapping because as I can remember where I stood as a Gig and I was like looking for myself and then right at the end the camera pans over the crowd and you can just see my arm in like Green Day. T that I've got three days shit there. I am wait a minute. Very delayed the guy which banned just saying and much Green Day Ninety six. I told you even like Green Day yours as the the OJ. Ritual I I just. I know one album likes or have for the songs ever is making fun of Tony Jay. And you hiding this real pizza work then you piece of work obviously surely got my anyway. It doesn't matter you so that drummer dumb fucking real life is living in supposedly from what I remember. They had to stand up at the time. I'm not be just imagining that but I don't think I am what they had to stand up grown. Yeah Yeah Yeah. That ain't six February ninety six. That's what I was just being born or actually another festival. They used to have these metal owning over the drink. Stolz at the back and it was a guy like jumping on the trampoline and then he jumped into the crap from the back of the audience. Well next time on Stevie Davies. I wanted to bet the worst times at some every okay. I think that many times I Puerto Rico onto I went to the doncaster. Whole more. We can Well that doesn't case. Yeah that's very high cake. Their rally band. I'll save it for the next time. Green Day will you wearing for probably was wearing the green day own my pillow guaranteed Sweet Mark Yeah Let's get into some of era ban talk. Tokyo shall we steps okay Okay sad and Don Dante. 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Killer Mike Joins J&J

Jalen and Jacoby

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Killer Mike Joins J&J

"Four hundred watching Jalen into cope. His Jeremy I'm David. We are Jalen and Jacoby. What do we do? We have some huge news from about exactly which teams will be invited to Orlando to join the bubble? But there's much bigger things than basketball going on in the world, so we start with looking back at the week there's been some very powerful speeches that have been given about the national unrest, and some of the most powerful words came from our guest killer Mike. Let's listen. So I'm duty bound to be here to simply say. That it is your duty not to burn your own house Dow for anger with an enemy. It is your duty. To fortify your own house so that you may be a house of refuge. In Times of organization, and now is the time to plot. Plan strategize organize and mobilize. I love and I respect you I. Hate I. Don't have more to say I hate I can't fix it in a snap. I hate Atlanta's not perfect for as good as we all. But. We have to be better than this mountain. We have to be better than burning down our own homes because if we. Lose, ATLANTA What else we got. That of course is killer Mike and Killer Mike joins US right now on the program. Thank you so much for joining us. I really appreciate you taking the time. They. Appreciate guys. Ula Mike I appreciate you not only as an artist, but as an activist you've been on intellect, your sacrifices in your discipline for our culture have been so very needed and I'm grateful for you in also Atlanta's mayor, she going to be the first black president I love her so much. That are how do you feel? Absolutely how do you feel? The protests have progressed since you did that speech. What I mean if the protest. Period should always be progressing. We should never get comfortable that our liberties exist. Without protest Atlanta is the city it is because of people like John Wesley Dobbs who was unofficial, black mayor Atlanta, and after riots in Atlanta made sure that deals appropriate depth, avid sexually growing economy like the Auburn Edgewood, avenue, so I'm not against protests that all next named courage always push government to be better I think Atlanta handles protests well I think the policemen that attack. Two kids that were going home. They been sired and are going to be charged. I think that was what a mayor should do. This is not the first time Lanta. had been doing that before. I think that I may have spoken a place of concern. Black mother from the Westside side She's from the same neighborhood, is Ti and I heard her backstage, telling them to hold police or anyone going in because she wanted an opportunity to try to get people to go home, and that's a concern black. Black Woman that's bigger badder than a politician. That's your mother and your Aunty and I appreciated her net moment leading the veneer politician down in simply being you know an angry black woman that did WANNA see people her in I, respect her, and I actually think she definitely is going to be on the national political stage, and and all the top about black women bts. Thinks, he's as fit as any other candidate. Well. This inequality has touched all corners of our society, including sports and be one of the coaches of the broncos. Vic Fangio was asked about the elements of racism in the NFL and here's what he had to say. I don't see Racism! At all in the NFL I don't see discrimination in the NFL. In a great atmosphere! Like alluded to earlier. We're lucky we. We all live together joined as one or one common goal, and we all intermingle and mix tremendously. Society reflected in NFL team, we'd all be. Obviously his name is Vic Fangio. What do you think about his comments? I think what I just like to say I've known many people that applauded play cell, including my best friend from kindergarten Robert Hicks. Who was the buffalo deal? Stanley Pritchard. Whose mother taught us into the former dolphin? I'd like to say that. Are you know? I've heard more times in that from the NFL players, and not in particular those too, but just you'll sure rooms. You've hearing. The NFL to plantation so I'd like to challenge Mrs. Ngo Task Them Open and honest dialogue the players that don't look like him about what it really feels life to wear a helmet, and to know that there are certain things you can't say because you're owner may not agree are holding political and I'd also like to give him the challenge of going on. On Youtube and looking at one hour of Jane the Elliott in her rule and blue and brown I experiment because a lot of times, white people think everything is okay because they're ignorant. November and I don't mean it's a derogatory. Our in our ignorance, we may not know how things are being skewed, but once you know you can't unsee so I'd like. Like to give coach homework because he should take a page out of the jail, able and try to didn't get more depth than knowledge on that, and I challenged him to talk to some of his players in private alone about what it really feels like to be a black player in a league where the coaches do not represent you in terms of. Of, what you look like many of the coordinators do not and definitely the ownership does not. That is a very very very big building. The look at on and say that racism does not exist here. Racism exists in corner of this country Mrs Ngo, and I challenge you to find with all square within yourself into rid ourselves of it finally including you. especially a gentleman that was in the League during Colin Kaepernick's silent protests during the national anthem that. Lead for him, being blackballed out of the League so. Ironically his former team, the San Francisco Forty niners participated in the blackout yesterday. Kill my and they want to support black lives. Matter Right now and everything. How do you feel about people who are I consider late to the party, but now feel like they want to join. Well, you're not talking about people you talk about organizations. Our Organization is going to do best in times in terms of marketing standpoint not to be damaged by the time so those organizations, but we don't know if the individual people that were involved in the firing and Black Wall College have a change of heart, and I was still do. The question becomes this aside. When are we gonNA become disciplined supportive enough without that are willing to fight for our freedom, even if we don't agree with it to protest, this is not the first time it happened. His name was Chris Jackson at the time. But we had a player that when I looked at Michigan fat, five now look. Now. I looked at Chris when he played for. The nuggets deficit. Things Martin. Now Muhammed now, but. We protested his kids and we got in trouble, so we didn't get blackballed from high school. We were allowed to come back so I just want to say you know if you really want support colleague Catherine. They take the blackball off, you know. It's time to really do the work for real as individuals stop is organizations, who's trying to save our brain. We know that there are issues with the NFL and athletes have outspoken regardless of what their outspoken about and I believe. Skip bayless, honestly, said the most, he said the most incredible thing in the midst of it all. He said I hope the players understand that whether they. They agree with common Kaepernick or not. If they all stay the Solidere deal with his right to do it, it will finally break some of the bargaining leverage that the leak ads over them, and of course players, other racism of other political glassy shells, not to, and now you still have a league. which ownership dominates the players to some to some degree with equal capital indigenous ARP. With the environment in our society being the way it is now, and as we head into the NFL season. It's obviously think that perhaps we'll have sort of resurgence of people kneeling for the anthem, and when asked about that drew brees, the quarterback of the saints said I will never agree with anybody disrespecting the flag. What do you think about those comments? I would like to know. What he considers disrespect because in when I travelled and. We perform in Germany. I never see a nauseous. I don't see streets ninety for nause's because nauseous a part of history that charming understands was a cancer and corrupt rated themselves up Juve Lis plays in the deep south. As we traveled through the south, we see the confederate flag everywhere the bands that was a treacherous play. It was a flag that if you read the cornerstone of the cornerstone speech by Alexandra Stevenson, he says in the cornerstone speech of the confederacy. The constitution is built on the natural order that White Society and white man above black. Black people and they are to be held in servitude and bondage, so if you're going to tell me about flagging different disrespecting the American flag, the fact that you live in a region steel found the rebel flag of the confederate flag. You don't adequately speak against that on a regular basis. Just tells me that you're protecting lawyer of life, or what you think is right. The American flag stands for the First Amendment and the ability to say what you feel about situation. You ran the brunt of it you. You may get blackball out in the NFL, but you have the right to so if you support and you don't want to serve the flag, disrespect, the don't look at it on budweiser shorts picnics don't look at it Emba. Keeney shots playboy. Don't look at it all. Your favorite album covers because you think that rock band is rocking for you the all the way with your intelligence with Ballplayer, but that was an incredibly stupid thing to stay into Stephen a country where you have the rebel flag and again. Again it's not something I, even Harper about I live in the place of Stone Mountain, the biggest. Federal Memorial Day is I'd like to see that debt. Those faces chipped off that mountain one day I'm adamantly against their flag. Even have been a bit bigger political fights to fight, but I'm not going to be so burdened with the religions that has become Americanism, nationalism that after getting the flag represents the United States Constitution and United States. Constitution was written by a bunch of people who chose to protests violently. In order to have a fray, they chose to re bail against the monarchy in order to stop being subjects of that monarchy, so what you interpreted as disrespect probably is the most patriotic thing happened today, in which kids are pushing back against the lax in order that everyone may enjoy the constitutional rights that that flag represents and not just the hip nationalism of why anglo-saxon Protestant powerful words from killer. Mike and you can hear more from killer Mike on our podcast. After this. We will tell you exactly what teams were invited to. Orlando we'll be back in just two minutes. Corona extra by. GEICO has the insurance industry leading APP. That lets you manage your policy anytime anywhere. Which means that Geico is always there for you. If only everyone was always there for you like animal control when you're cornered in your garage by angry awesome. Again you guys said you would be here about an hour ago and I. Think the positive starting to get angry I. Listen I thought if I fed, it would go away, but it is ripping holes in the drywall and making some sort nest just back. Always there for you with savings and the industry leading mobile APP. Welcome back to WanNa thank killer Mike for coming through. Don't forget. You can listen to exclusive content with killer Mike on our podcast Jalen, we have news. We now know which teams will be invited to Orlando. If you look at this fo screens is a lot of information, but I will bring it down like this. You Get your sixteen playoff teams, and then five teams in the Western Conference for New Orleans Sacramento San, Antonio Phoenix and one team from the Eastern Conference The Washington Wizards Jalen. What do you think of this proposal? This worked out perfect for the NBA you complete eighty percent of your season teams have pretty much jockeying for positioning. The Western conference is clearly stronger. Take Thirteen teams with the thirteenth. Being similar record to the Ninth Sita team in the West. Phoenix in West that's Washington in the east where you get young stars, deputy booker in Aden hopefully. John Wallis healthy to go with bill, and you eliminate the rest of the east because nobody wants to wash them. Play basketball again this year. I like what the NBA's proposing to do. Hopefully we get back to basketball, so this is going to be exciting if they're able to pull it off. It is GonNa be very exciting. You know a little bit cynical and everything always comes back to the money. It seems as always revert back to the money. 'CAUSE Jalen you and I both know the safest way to do. This is to have the sixteen teams in that's it. That's the safest way to do it and we've already seen a couple of positive tests in the Japanese baseball league and other places, so I'm a little concerned because what it seems like to me. It seems like they got the like. What's the best show like? Like. What's the Best Group of teams that we can invite out there to put on the best show because it seems pretty arbitrary to put in Phoenix who's six games out like you're not gonNa make up six games in an eight game regular season, so they're out there to be exhibited. They're out there just to have on intimate good sean for the band's, but to me. The safest cleanest best way to do this is to have a sixteen team pool in Orlando. You looking at this all wrong. It ain't about Phoenix being four and a half five games out of the ACE spot. It's about the fact that they have a better record. Then the other conference at the thirteenth see. And so now for the East only worried about nine teams in West. You were about thirteen thirteen and let's let's talk about who are some of squads. The San Antonio Spurs the roles in. bage the Marcus Aldridge. Murray like you WANNA. See them be a part of it Luca. John. Dame. Zion and Ingram and ball. There's no shortage of big names part of it. There is no shortage of big names. We will come back in just two minutes stay, too. Welcome back to Jalen and Jacoby Jalen. Kinda know what what which teams will be in Orlando, but one is really interesting, is this there is no homecourt advantage. What do the top seeds get well? Look at the list of things that were inconsideration and look at the bottom plans teams in order for one through sixteen seating. Pick which hotel they stay at first. Point we've seen a lot of hotels sort of course of our lives, and we know they care more about that than extra possessions, coaches, challenges or anything else. Is that not true? That's going to be clutch right? There is the in as I look at his terrific reporting, but I gotta say ninety eight percent of those things will not be happening if you WANNA put back. Up, you can't nobody's GonNa be handled seven fouls. Nobody's. They'll be getting a fall start. Third of no or not be able to. Make sure you check out killer. Mike's Album want appreciate him coming through subscription. We have exclusive content. Their next is Dan lebatardshow. Thank you. Mike yesterday the owner of the Knicks? James Dolan sent an internal memo that was leaked. Basically him explaining to his staff, why he was not putting out a statement to the world in support of like lives, matter in the move in response to the death of George Floyd. What do you think about that internal memo about not putting out a statement I have. I don't know what the memo saying, but I know anybody that'll put Charles Berkeley out after what he did for the Knicks. This Ed. The I just I got no love for you. 'CAUSE 'cause Matte. Black people have definitely man like. I don't care if was Patrick. Ewing in the lane I don't care if it's Oakley kicking out like come on man. You can't do it like this. We've been good. Who would you be without Lewke in community like real? Like you gotTa Tie. You gotTA. Do better than that. We give them so much. You know how many New York rappers. New York New Jersey videos we had to sit through. How many Tamblyn starter jacket to D at New York Knick, see it as we decided to. And this is how you repay like moments, i. not get it together. Man You represent the metropolis like that. You got to do better. Black people have given too much of the even though we can't even afford the tickets anymore if This team you got in a world where you're paying for Male, you come out. You're going to be no stop doing that. Man That eight. The moves are getting together. My next question actually has me a little torn because somebody would have black car, I have to catch myself. Kill a Mike, and I remember there was black-faced issue with Gucci now Louis Vuitton. Artistic Director Virgil Abdal. Skunik from pronouncing his name wrong abloh is donating fifty dollars to protesters. Bail Fun. Donate. If D dollars to protest. Bail Fund in support as as I saw it. I've you read the headline it? It definitely comes off a little quirky, but. I thought is a challenge he. He was challenging people to do to match the donation right so if he's challenged match fifty dollars donation. Most people have fifty dollars spare because fifty dollars by your pair for ones. No more. We've made them popular like we did the Knicks, and then they went eighty bucks so. If fifty bucks is doable to most working people so ask. Him doing amount that people could afford if you look at Bernie. Sanders Campaign Bernie Sanders. Campaign rivaled larger campaigns with twenty seven dollar donations. The people really did so I I'm going to give Virgil the benefit of the doubt and hoping that that was that otherwise. Give you fifty 'cause every dollars needed, but you can't do it like starting, but I resent sometimes as a public. How quickly we aren't to other people's money and jump on I remember. The migos given a thousand dollars to their old high school, and people make light of it within the culture and community, but that was at a time where no rappers debt of the street Giambra track jumper that you didn't see them wasn't getting publicized. They do rags always do I gotta give our guys at, but it wasn't publicized. You look five years after the migos on the same record. Record, label, little baby I think. Donate something in excess of one hundred thousand dollars. Well, it starts with the see. That's the one thousand dollars, and it ends up being a long the progress hundred thousand to another, because they're artists was inspired before him, so I'm GonNa. Give him the benefit of the doubt donate. My fifty dollars matches challenge, and I hope that million other people do, too. Yeah I mean I I'm not a big fan of virgils close. I think some. He's ruined. Some of those Nike's ZIP ties, but I will say this. I've given more than fifty dollars. To get fifty dollars one so I just gave the fifty dollars in passing forward, but I've made donations. Imagine exactly what Virgil did as well so I'M GONNA. Give them a pass on that. Not GonNa give them the past I'm putting zip ties Nike's. Though not gonNA pass on that. happened. I mean obviously there's such so much heavier things going on in the world, but this is ESPN's Jalen Jacoby. Who Do want to ask you about sports of does, although it doesn't feel like the most important thing having our society now it doesn't like sort of going to revamp the NBA in a bubble and the. Hawks Lloyd Pierce where love he said it when. I love him so much, but the team was kind of trashy, but I love him, I believe in. Man, he said. He said. He said that if they weren't to the bubble, it would stunt the teams growth. Do you think that is the case now that we've learned that they most likely will not be invited. Actinic. Our coach is a man of integrity and other and I WANNA. See him coach to officers and tire career. Because that's a very bold statement to make in these times in these times, teams wants you to win win now. They want you to go from grabbing one point guard to being to to be an essentially steph curry and the championship years. You know what I mean. It doesn't work like that. 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26 - Round 2 Blazers v Denver

Lumpy's Sports Show Podcast

15:05 min | 1 year ago

26 - Round 2 Blazers v Denver

"All right, everybody. Thanks for joining me again for another episode of the lumpy show this week. We're going to continue the blazer post-game reactions. I didn't get to do one for game. One had some other prior priorities that need to take care of. And there was just no time to get it done. So I'm gonna hit on that just a little bit today. And then just jump into. What was the not the most exciting game too? But I guess close thrilling game too. So thanks for listening and stay tuned. All right. So quick recap of game on between Denver and Portland. You know as a fun game to watch exciting scoring the not. I mean there was defense played. But it didn't seem like it at times both team shot over fifty percents. Almost a right around the forty percent for the three point line. The the key to the game was Yokich. The blazers did not have an answer for Yokich and game on. Was like thirty seven and nine in six assists. And they play that pick and roll game with the Murray and between the two of them add sixty points out of the one hundred twenty one points scored that night with Millsap coming in for a little bit more and the blazers just couldn't. The game plan for for for game on was not to attack the pick and roll and double Yokich whenever he got the ball. The did that much better than game to which we'll get into here. More in just a second. But they just cancer was point. So far off a Yokich on that the pick and roll that either Murray would split it drive down the lane one foot runner or Yokich was doing that. With what runner, you know, the only took five three pointers. Had twelve free throws because he kept getting all the calls, but he easy shots essentially drive down the lane or picking it passing it to one of the guys for shooting the three year pick and roll. So they they played good game. And they didn't miss a shot and the blazers didn't really get anything catcher. Correct myself cancer had twenty six points. He played really well from an offensive point Dame had one of the quieter thirty nine point games you'll ever see the just couldn't get over the hump of of scoring after the third quarter. It was always a close game. But you just didn't get that feel for the boys is we're gonna come back and take it from the nuggets much like the reverse of tonight's game. For game two. The blazers. The gotta get you know, a little bit more out of some people. Rodney hood had a really good game in game one dropped in seventeen points. But it's like it was four people scoring and a lot of times, I guess that can work the blazers don't get anything other than the litter and McCollum for the most part not every game. But a lot of the games and that workload blazers aren't gonna win a series. If they can't get some some play from the other guys off the bench. They weren't playing bad, but they just weren't giving enough in that game. And then Denver just miss forty one percent from three point and fifty fifty percent from from the field. And it was just one of those games. Lot of it was changed game too. So that's not much much more to say about game on other than the the blazers just needed a little bit more defense. There was not much defense. Played by anyone. And especially from the blazers where they Yokich and Murray can just do whatever was needed. So we'll skip ahead to game to here. All right. So in game two the blazers pulled it off ninety seven to ninety and they got contributions from everyone off the bench played a much better defensive game. Except for rebounding. I think they neutralized Yokich. I'll bet for a couple of minutes in the fourth quarter from an offensive standpoint they were going they were attacking him as soon as the ball went on the grounds and sending a double and playing different players than cancer on Yokich. A lot of the time not all the time that 'cause it real job on the defensive end. I thought as far as trying to slow him down a bit. Cancer do bad. He's just not a good defensive player for the most part maple just a little bit here and there, but he is he's an office of player. So you get what you get on the defense, especially with nurture out. But they they neutralize that Murray. Pick and roll with Yokich that they could not stop for nothing in game two or game on. I'm sorry. So that was cool seeing you can see it right away. Blazers were up by seventeen at one point. I think either it was in the second quarter late or early in the third quarter, and it kind of hung out for the most part around that fifteen to ten point land for minute. They're down to six but other than completely destroying Portland from an offensive rebound point of view. Just as I stated earlier in the podcast game. One blazers were always hanging there. But he didn't feel like they're going to come back and win in this case. You didn't feel Denver was gonna come back around because they can shoot for nothing. They were thirty four point seven percent that made Oklahoma City, look good. Look like, they tried to fashion the game after Westbrook will just the brick show that was going on twenty percent from three. But the reason they stayed in the game is twenty Twenty-three offensive rebounds, two seven against the blazers and he would say with twenty three rebounds. Probably weren't a ton of rebounds for the buzzer to be had. But they still outreach about them forty defensive rebounds to thirty five that tells you how many how bad Denver was on the offensive end tonight. And from the free throw line. Denver was awful sixty one percent. What kept them in the line is the players could not get a defensive rebound. Like, I said they had forty but they can get the offense of rebound or defensive rebound story in the fourth quarter. End of the third into the fourth every bounce off the rim. Ended up in Denver player hand there were just attacking rebounds. A because once again, they knew they were missing everything, but Portland was just not imposition to get the rebounds. It wasn't that they weren't trying to get to just weren't as fast to react and go grab that ball. But you know, the held on for seven point, and and I'm thankful for that. It was on a night where Dame just couldn't get going. They put they switched a little bit. That is which up Cray got her broke his nose. It was cut a bit because he'd been kind of the guy put on Dame, which is funny because he tortured for thirty nine. He was hampering them a little bit today and Dame kinda get going. He finished with fourteen points five or seventeen miserable from the three point line. Just get going. You know, he's a lot of you know, potential fouls that weren't being called on Dame strives some of them he was just trying to get to call the wraps a little bit. But you have to do especially if you're star player, but he just see he was out of rhythm to that on the shooting. And you know, that's the first time this playoff series this platform. I think he's been that bad from the from the line. He played so solid game. Saw defense everything else leading the team. Of course, even. Jay was the leading score only at twenty with the the low scoring game. He. He was all right. You know, nothing spectacular. Get some big points from amino Collins Rodney had played another good game. He's he's looking like the player the blazers needed when they traded form in this series. A lot more than what was coming out of the o'casey series. Even J J Lehman got in and played a few minutes with heartless wrenching his ankle. Pre rough looking spill Yod Avent heard anything new about game game three on Friday, but Lehman command because I instead of playing someone else or switching it up start usually likes to keep the rotation going for the second team. And so he put Lehman in their first action the plops in one of the blowouts. He was. It was a minus five for the six minutes. He was there. He was up in Murray's face and point tough divas on them. So I actually thought that was pretty good of so for my money. It was a good all around game by the blazers. Nothing spectacular solid. Very good defense can get a rebound on the defensive end and that third into the fourth quarter for nothing. And that's what kept kept Denver close. And some some question, you know, not the best shooting tonight for both teams was really bad. But not the best. We'll see what comes up and game. Three. See how Denver counters the way Portland played defense on their picking role game. Like, you said earlier, I was really impressed with how they attack that changing it up and throwing something different. Look like Jim Murray has got a wicked Charlie horsey. You know, he he kept going hung in there. But you could. See in that fourth quarter. He could not move. So I'm curious to see how that goes for the next next game. Yokich joke each I liked that players gave. But he's now that we're in the playoffs and you see play back to back games. He's he's kind of getting on my nerves. He should've fouled out refs. Let them get out of it not on purpose. I think that just missed it. But it was it was a clear foul on the Collins. I believe when it came across his arms that guy's pretty funny. He. Looks out of shape. He looks like he goes to the the Felton Rafe Elton. School of conditioning for basketball, but he gets you can see all winded as out of shape as far as most NBA players, but he can barely jump over a piece of paper. But he's he can pass. He's his badge ical on the passing. You reminds me a lot of for big guy the way he passes lot like our visa bonus. Especially when the bonus was before he came to the NBA in his Europe days. He could just see the court and make those passes that in those days, like Magic Johnson was the only one was making those days shows, you how old I but. Could just read the court make those passes to the guys in and Yokich do that. And you can see why they didn't need Nurkic anymore and with that trade department and Portland's better off for for that trae too. But yoke edge Yokich had just a so-so gave I mean damn near triple double Bill, only sixteen fourteen seven and gotten foul trouble. And because of the boys defense can get get rolling like the kid, and they don't get a lot. I mean, they're Bence plays. Good. But they don't get a lot from them. Offensively. Beasley Morris Plumlee in Barton. Are the only ones I play. They just don't get a ton. I mean, I don't know why they don't play as as Thomas. That's an interesting one. I don't know if he just can't play with the hip. I almost forget it was on the team and the box score. Do think that that guy kid come off and light up some offense a little bit thing. Post up all day down the defensive end. But you would think. He could come in and give you some offense for little bit. But they don't get a ton of from anyone else from what I've seen this. I e games. Besides paul. You know, the starters, Paul Millsap, and Yokich and marine and Harris, it's been a fun. Little it's been a fun star to serious lot less. Contentious except for the end of the game. Who in Yokich actually, shoved cancer and stumbled and then ran into Craig broken his nose early in the game. And then some of his teammates studied Kanter did something palm purpose for something. And so they came to Kane kinda came to his defense. There are some John a couple of tech and close. Nothing crazy today was not evidence of it. But these guys are gonna be playing more of a free flowing ofensive type series. And I think it's gonna go six I think the boys IRS, hopefully, come back and take the next two at home. He's been playing really well there and then go back, you know, finish it out here in game six in Portland. Get to the Western Conference final for. I think for the first time since two thousand I think that's a legit reality. So we'll see how it goes a long ways long ways to play some players definitely got to step up for both teams blazers need that third score besides cancer, in my opinion. They need Rodney hood to keep playing the way is and and play that defense. And it'll be exciting. I think they'll take it. So I appreciate you guys listening to him as always we keep growing this thing. So share if you like it share it, and it won't always be blazer Centric. So thanks for listening piece.

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40. The Land Of Opportunity? - Part 2

The MFCEO Project

30:37 min | 4 months ago

40. The Land Of Opportunity? - Part 2

"Hey come on going to watch the project spoken only way. One Eighty two fifty. Why the mock why. Well no if you break it down. Why DOES HE WANT TO BE PRESIDENT? I'll tell you why because motherfuckers a lifetime politician that's all he fucking knows and he's done nothing but pander and pander and pander pander and do fucking nothing for America his whole fucking life okay and on the flip side. You have a billionaire a multi fucking billionaire okay. Who can you guys? Don't understand because you probably don't even know any billionaires. Let me tell you something. When you're a billionaire you can do whatever the fuck you want. Whenever you want anytime you could go anywhere you can buy anything. If you get bad service at a restaurant you could buy the mother fucker and not even drop a buck and drop of sweat. You can do anything so let me ask you something. Why the fuck would you give that up to be president of the United States for four hundred grand a year I would? He has Tony Chat. He didn't even get that. Why would you do that? So let's just at the core. Let's just ask ourselves why. Why would you ruin your own lifestyle to fuck it and I think the answer is because the man cares about America so you have on one hand a man the cares about his own career and legacy and you have another man over here that he brought cares about his legacy a lot to in fairness or? I'm trying to be fair. But the motherfucker doesn't have to be there and in fact his life would be great. You don't think the he'd rather hang out with his grandkids than deal with this bullshit. I mean come on dude. The guy serving this politics are okay. So can we now recognize that like nobody's even said that? Well how many people you hear say that Shit I think regardless of what anybody thinks about trump. I think that the narrative that the far left has come up with where Donald just decided one day. I think I'm going to be president because I'm egotistical. And that's what I WANNA do is so contrary to the facts like even if you hop on Youtube you can find interviews in the late eighties with Oprah thirty forty years where literally he saying the same thing and an oprah even says Timbale the sounds like Donald trump run for the presidency and his answer at the time was no. I'm I'm not ready. I don't I don't I don't know that I even want to go that direction but this is not something that he just suddenly decided. Yeah well I think there's listen there's an obligation when you when you see those things and he's you know you gotta think he's an he's a New Yorker right all these people. I mean you got thank you. Don't get to a billion dollars away. He did without being title person tied into the network. Yes and you know. He has been successful. He has made his money. He has done his time and he gets to see behind the curtain for a lot of years and you know what he saw. Bullshit it's fucked up and you know what he decided to do. Because we're really plays a role fix it he said. I'm you know what I'm GonNa go fix it because I'm and I'm learning. That life is more about fucking doing. What's right than just simply making a dollar or making more dollars and he's you know guys already done everything that our to understand. We don't have any money. Yeah so so. Put it in a different time. I mean you think about the definition of responsibility. What's responsible man? Su Parts response was your ability to actually do shit. Well I I think he had both and he just decided to do. This is weird under started off the the podcast. This way because I was sitting here thinking you know this morning. I try to reflect. I walk by myself every morning and I always think like you know how do I? How do I try to become a better man? How do I try to become a better father? What lessons treat? Teach my kids like I. I think about this stuff all time. Well that's apparent. No no well not a lot of parents do it though I know. But that's also why you guys are awesome parents a lot of parents well but I sit here and I try to give you a compliment. That that's apparent. I think that's your fucking kids are amazing. Well thank you d lessons though that you know the one thing the one thing that I you know I think what can I leave? My kids is always called Monday. Morning quarterback like don't be fucking. Don't be one of those bitches at credit is critical of everything and every move who sit in from sidelines. Doesn't fucking play. Be a mother fucking player to get in Psalm fucking do. It's way better to be in the mix than it is to be throwing stones from the fucking sidelines and most people. Don't know right and look at the fucking media. Yeah but you look at like okay if you can teach your kids one lesson. If I can teach listeners one lesson Player like get it and recognize it. Everybody you recognize the players versus the fucking the people who are throwing fucking stones from the stance in when you start doing that and you start living your life like in that mix you recognize somebody like trump and so you know what fuck buyer guys that guys in well and guy and you also recognize a guy like biden like that ain't no motherfucking player. Now he's a fucking bullshit ir piece of fucking shows right vote for him dude just because you don't like trump. Do you seriously mental problem. I'm sorry the that's it. So let's talk about the whole issue for him. I want to explain something real quick. Yeah Okay I want to explain where I'm coming from just so you know because there's a lot of people right now and they're like why is aimed so mad about this black thing. I'm GonNa tell you why because my fucking good friends. A lot of them are black guys. That's who the fuck I'm around and who I connect with and they are all terrified to speak the fuck up. They say the same shit that I'm saying when it's just me and them or we're in a group or their amongst themselves. They're all saying the same thing but they don't want to say in public because they're afraid there'd be shown to be some sort of racial traitor and dude. That shit has the stop. You guys who are out there who are afraid to speak up. Because you're afraid you're going to be shunned by your own people. This is the time to wake up and become a fucking leader oriented well and Duda Duda faces me to fuck off. How the fuck can it be like you? You know what I'm saying. We we've we've got this for fuck dudas for white people to say for everybody. It's for Americans but it just makes me mad. Yeah but I see that. Well I can't remember. I said this last episode or two. Cottam they all bleed together. Speak to speak the truth. Even if shakes scares the fuck out to you as the point of life is to live free and that's the best part about being Americans the life liberty and freedoms will. You're free to have motherfucking opinion. Black White Pink or purple. That's right it doesn't mean I have to agree with them but you're certainly free to have them near. Certainly you're obligated in some sense to speak them. You know you don't have to be an asshole about it and if you're afraid because you're going to get you're GONNA get shunned. That's probably the truth that needs to be said and you're not the only one who thinks that that's what that's what you start to realize about life and you know life is scary. But I'll tell you what it's a hell of a lot better when you're living at free you know when you. I don't give like I say I don't give a fuck with people. I give a fuck with people who care about me right people the people I care about the people I care about it. Give a great deal of Fox about outside of that man like I don't care about the people in the stands is I'm a motherfucker game. Yeah whoever's in the game with me plan I care about those people yeah fucker bells. I agree so to answer your question on. I'm not sure if it's a land of opportunity right now. That was a long winded answer. It was so I did want to just address be Biden's chest thumping when it comes to the popular vote. And now he says he's up in the polls and everything. I think Hillary will right and I think I think something that is is is really lost in the average American. Because you've had we've had a couple of couple of elections in the last ten years. Where the loser actually won the popular vote and people cried foul about that and I don't think they completely understand how the American system is set up. It's not mob rule. It's that you have to convince a plurality of the population in each state to vote for you and if you can't you're not going to be the president of the United States and the reason that they did that is that they didn't want high population places like California or New York holding the rest of the country hostage if you if you are from Illinois and you have any modicum of sense in your head you know that pretty much. Chicago holds the rest of the state hostage absolutely hostage. You're over no annoy. They're down here in southern Illinois that that don't agree with the the liberal agenda you know fucking pissed off. Oh they're incredibly pissed they those people they know they're powerless absolutely dude. It's two two years ago. There was a there is a A poll that came out that said over half of the people in the state of Illinois if given opportunity if economically feasible for them would leave the state. That's what happens when when one high populous area controls the rest of the state and what what people don't realize when they're like Oh look Biden's killing trump nationally. Okay what you don't realize is that in the battleground states at least as recently as the last couple couple weeks trump was winning and so it doesn't matter if nationally you've got enough you know mindless people to vote for you if locally not when I were right you cannot get it a plurality of people in every state in the union. You're you're not going to be and I think I gotta say I'm. I've always been registered. Republican. I'm really consider myself more of a conservative than but that being said I know that the Republican Party has issues. I know that conservativism has inconsistencies in issues. But I will tell you that. I think today's Democratic Party which is widely pulled to the left. I think their their basic strategy which we've been discussing different points over the course of this whole you know podcast show not just this episode but the whole podcast show is that their basic strategy is. Let's dumbed down the populous enough. Let's get as many people voting without any sort of Ability so that we can get all this mob behind us to get our failed agendas in play. And that's what I think. It means a better face whom for for the benefit of the people who consistently benefit from the quote. Unquote average man. That the hard working man that supposedly they care about. No they don't care about them they can they care about continually keeping him in the same state and dude. You know why. That's so frustrating for me. Because I I talked to black people all the time for real like I know do says like no. Tv TV. Like I know I know. That's the fucking traditional statement. But I gotta be you know. I talked to people all the towns of people I know fucking to the Max level. I'm sorry if you don't talk to Andy. Are you really by? That's right. That's right even blogger? If you don't listen to the show as you can do confessions. I thought I was really clever for naming a Bible study soul train show. It's probably also the porn hub generally watching my goodness and it's one of my favorites. Look here's the deal. You know I I just give frustrated because so many people to say some shit but they're afraid you know what I'm saying this fucking America Dude. That's one of the greatest things we have. Yes greatest fuck sal. It's everything and what what what people don't understand is that you might have a little bitty voice right now but your voice fucking matters in your community so they so that your entire community can't be taken advantage of their least these to be sparks questions like. Is this really the best for us? Is this really what they're GONNA do? Is this really the best thing for the country like Fuck Dude? Just ask the questions. I this discussions. I'm not telling anybody how to think my perspective is clearly going to be different than fucking anybody else's perspective sal. Your perspective is going to be different. Dj Yours is going to be different but we all have commonalities and the question should be asked in. The topic should be discussed and not just like what Biden was saying on TV. Like he's just taking it for granted like you people vote for me and that's it. That's what I heard because you have been for forty years dude. I'll post to you have to remove. I do look at it objectively right and this is how I utilize fiscal financial. Responsibility is always a good indicator of how things are going in whether it's somebody's personal life. Somebody's business somebody state. You know when you start looking at these things you can. You don't have to make lots of money to be good financially. You have to be structure. You'd have to be very structured disciplined to consistently make what you have work and I've I've followed that rule literally when I was new as a professional athlete. I made six hundred dollars a week and I had to bartend and I had to fucking pour concrete so before you fucking start saying well we know motherfucker. Yeah I was broke his a motherfucker pro. Athletes don't actually mean what you think. It means just like an entrepreneur. Don't mean while you think the Minor League Baseball Association is suing the Bigly Base Major League Baseball Association. Right now is class action suit because they figured out that the I think the average wage of minor league baseball players two dollars and sixty seven cents an hour. So I fucking did it. Yeah so Off One too when you look at somebody and how they can you. Don't get it Bro. Consistently stay disciplined to the action. The financial picture at the end of the day shows what happens. Okay and when you look at the states where we let's look at one St. No no let's look at what right over there now. Let's look at three states. Yeah Okay New York Illinois California. They're all fucking broke now. They broke or like way broke. They're not even. They're not even close to brigadier trying to file for bankruptcy. Yes and look who happens to have a lot of screaming voices. Oh and look who also is perpetuating a longer lockdown four reason federal money of federal money the taxpayer dollars that come out of the state of Missouri and the State of Arkansas intimidating their inability to manage their home their shit and spend your Fuckin- money when you have you know. Thousands of state employed individuals making fucking four or five hundred thousand three hundred thousand a year and fucking elected positions and. Shit and what the fight. It's even better than that the state of Illinois State of Illinois. Okay not now might be a little bit out of whack out. Why why do these people like? This is what this what we're talking about here is. We're talking about that. We're we're we're really peeling the onion back. Okay do you know do you know? Why do those people not vote for someone to fix the problem? Because they're part of the problem that's right because they're dating thousands of dollars from the system. They create him a fucking. Don't vote for the same system. They create a guess what they stop getting fucking paid by the next contestant on the price is right. You are so so my on so when you look at some of these teachers unions and some of these states that we just mentioned they in the last three or four years of their their employment. What happens is their friends. Because they're all in it together they promote them to assistant principal principal athletic director and they inflate their salary to two hundred three hundred thousand dollars a year because their retirement benefit is paid against an average of their last three or four. Five years of salary. I don't know the exact numbers but somewhere in that time in in that timeframe. So here's a teacher. Who was making fifty sixty seventy eighty ninety thousand dollars throughout their career? One hundred and twenty thousand dollars now. They get used to fifty while they get paid out at that rate for their entire retirement. Well they only paid in sixty seventy eighty ninety at that rate over Jordi for the majority of their timeframe and they wonder why it's fucking broke. They wonder why there's no money left. They wonder why the state can't fucking afford to do it. Oh well let's talk crooked. It's fucking it's crooked level shit. Let's throw on top of that. We don't make the biggest fucking retailer on the fucking world pay taxes for taking sales from brick and mortar state businesses. That would pay state tax. Okay so he'll collect this shit and now you've got at least fifty percent of the retail brick and mortar business. That was in the state. Fifteen years ago now gone onto the Internet with no state tax collected. Oh and they're surprised they're fucking broke by the way. I'm not a mathematician. I can't even fuck in long. Divide like if you drew a long division bracket on the motherfucking board. You know that thing. That looks like an l thing. Yeah and put the numbers in there. I couldn't do if it wasn't four and two. I would know the fucking answer. If it wasn't nine three you get it but has how can a fuck and I see this? But it's not even talked about not even fucking talked about and yet everybody continually when they go to buy they go writer. Click one ship one this at any bitch because they're states fucking broke well and take personal responsibility here. There's a personal response like do we can blame the big companies all we want but the end of the day you buy from them. So it's fucking fault. Is it and I do too. I mean you know you start peeling back that on you and goes even step by step further than that even if they collect the state tax. What about the retailer pays rent in that city? Oh and employs people and employs people in that city. You know your friends and your family and your neighborhood like it's really important to really take a step back and say okay like what's important. Well if you like your community and your like your lifestyle you better start playing for that team and plan for that team is a is a is a personal responsibility to make sure that you identify these problems and don't be part of the problem with solution again. It goes back to my. You rather be fucking player than fucking bystander. Player is out walking the walk talking to talk meeting your shopping local. You're spending your money local. You figure out even though it's inconvenient to your lifestyle you're still fucking playing a role that means that. Yeah you gotta go to your local fucking hardware store in. Yeah you might have to inconveniently go fucking instead of buying something on Amazon. Is a one click. You gotta go down the Fucking Street and buy it. I don't give a fuck if you're buying it at Walmart but at least you're buying it local and by the way this is how the economy works. And let's talk about something else. GonNa fuck everybody. How about this? How about the zero regulation on fucking technology taking jobs? How when was the last time you went to fucking the grocery store and actually saw fucking regular human. Who is the last time you saw fullback teller bank filled up? When was the last time you went into Home Depot and saw the people at all the registers? Where the fuck do you think? Those jobs are going. They're not going somewhere else. They're going away and now we're talking about automating production lines and we're talking about this and that and this and this and this with notice cussin' about where the humans fit. Why is that discussed? Oh the way it's not discussed because the mother fuckers that can afford to build these fucking robots. Don't give a fuck about you. And they're the same ones pushing his shit out for you to watch on TV Weird Ha and then people say to you. Oh you're supposed to take the technology and then take your employees inside and teach them how the skill jobs well. I don't know if you've ever ran a company motherfuckers. But if you did you realize that people have different skill sets and some people are gonNA pack boxes and some people are. GonNa Cook French fries and some people are gonNA do shit and they're not gonNA split the atom. They're not going to be on on on a terminal or having conversations with your. There's a lot of people out there if you guys don't know and I'm not saying this to be rude is just a fact that are not capable of doing those kinds of jobs. So there's a building fucking six hundred yards from my fucking facility. That employs all special. Needs people to pack their orders. You know what I love them. Because they're providing real fucking economic benefit. Now I'm not saying you're special needs if you work in a warehouse. But I'm saying that it's that for some people is a career for lot fucking people whole lot a whole lot. Okay and we're talking in such that we're talking about in every. Do think of all the places you used to go. There used to be a person. And now there's some sort of keypad or fucking terminal or this wrath. We haven't even fucking began to see the effect of technology on our economics in our our job greats and people's I mean dude this fucking shit is set up to deconstruct if we keep going the same way we're going and there's nothing that we can fuck and do about it and it needs to be brought up and talked about and I'm some dumb motherfucker from Missouri. Who happens to see all this shit right? And nobody's talking about it out there so weird. Well I I think people are talking about it. It's just I don't think being able to see past that. First layer of the onion makes sense into a lot of people. But you know that's why bringing manufacturing back the US very important huge. And that's why making sure that you know like dude if we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA brick and mortar. Guess what that means. We're going support a bricklayer. Unanimous right there is a trail that happens in keeping making sure that you shop small stay small stay local in making sure that you can turn your local economy back on off. Which is you know a restaurant of the day. It's extremely important to making sure that the economy specifically your economy which is where you live that you keep your dollars. There had interesting story. Ask You something real quick on that line. So sal you run pretty much. I forms day today. You know that you guys have to realize. This dude is a busy motherfucker. All right him and I get hit up all the time and I'm sure you hit up more than I get. Hit Up at this. Point in time about technology for fulfillment orders. Okay when I explain what I just explained to these people who come at us with these technology solutions for everything they look at me. Like I'm a fucking alien like they can't even understand what I'm saying. I have a friend. He's not disturbing. I have a friend who sells robots and he wants to. He wants to have this debate in a sense and I said it's not a debate. It's not a big not a debate to note. I form will never do that. Well it's not even I don't Care Win. We are a fucking fifty billion dollar company and we're with the Nikes of the world. I'm going to promise you there's going to be people back there packing the fucking order. Let's not even that like it one. There's two things it's one. It's our competitive advantage. Most people can't they they. This is what they can't understand. Culture is key and you know what you have to have an order have culture able people and you know what I like seeing people you know what I like being around my guys girls and I like seeing him and you know what Kobe taught me that we can run a lot less a lot less fucking people instill still fucking not kick fucking ass. Well you know why know still kick ass. We're kicking morass ever. That's what I'm saying. Yeah my being is on a real easy decision to say let's trim. Hey you know what? Hey if we're truly greedy and a grindstone. I'm greedy. That's that's not even consider greedy. That's called business. Good business practice. We would trim the bottom line. I mean it's not good business. We got we got Seventy eight geyser. Eight guys back right. They only aren't average. Are Working Twenty six hours a week right. Now we're paying forty. That means that I can operate it. Fucking almost twenty thirty percent less. Repeat that again just by heard it. We have approximately ninety people that work in our warehouse during this whole situation. Did they take a pay cut? Not One fucking dollar did did any of the motherfuckers that work in any of our other companies take a pay cut not one dollar. That's amazing. Well no Bro Reason. Amazing because people don't fuck into it all the time. It's the right thing to do well. And that's conversation we had. Yeah we literally peel the back. So hey listen what we got we. We didn't know what focus coming you know what I'm saying like fucking we said. Hey if we're GONNA fucking sink. We're GONNA sing together as one unit one year until we go dry. This is how it's going to go do but everybody's ruined the boat well and everybody is rolling and loyalty and that's robot never motherfucking half right so understanding that you know people say this all time people make party people also make the businessman. I never heard you say that party. Yeah well that's my point. Is People not things right. People Make Party people make a work. People are what make a party on demand Joe that could be in the. We'd the beer and the party. Well Bubis come on people as a good point dude so anyway and you see those fucking sex dolls the real ones Zacharias. Look Real Dude. You know what I ain't gonNA lie. But he looked at them and I'm like holy. Fuck he and look at them. I know almost guarantee you digging wanted him to find a latex. Now on WPRO I I hate. Nobody has fuck it. Looks like like five grand. It looks like a fucking real person. So that's a weird shit man. I got a great story that really. Fuck them dolls. Like it's kind of weird Kinda weird. I wonder if they them like my whole life. Actually the relationship. What do you call yours? What's her name? I got a great story on local economy. Talking about fucking stall is one is perspective. And I'll never forget this guy's fucking name okay. Dry never listened to this podcast. In fact well whatever porn concrete over an auditorium? Our new facility and You know big guy named cletus and I remember you know. He's he kind of sitting there you know and I'm the owner operator walking in you know. And what are you laughing at the beginning? Cletus telling this story certain names that like you just can't have if you're not a fucking guarantee. Listen Wolfson masterful. He's a big dude to man. He's country boy. I Yeah Yeah. There's this big country because he's he's been bigger than J. J. D. J. D. listened to the show by the way and he's like he's like I'm hooked. I thought love you like me. Jd fucking big dude. J. D. I'm just saying to US walking around like they're they're naturally just a big dude like that like if we ever had to be someone's asked call Jd. Because I wanted to come he's going GonNa do he's team player but he So this guy sitting there and he's kind of Kinda took a shot at me. Well you guys expect by that expensive protein for my son. I guess this is where it goes and I said yeah you see where it's going go right back in your pocket. You see a concrete. And WHO's a multi freeze like Giancana? Works you take your dollars. You give them to me and I'll give him right back with Back to you and if you give them back to me I'll give them back the again. I'm giving them back to you more than you see how this local economy works and I remember just the freeze like aw yeah. Did you say that quick? Fuck yeah but it was good. You know what Magnum thank like Shit. All right we're in this together. You know what I'm saying. We're on the same fucking boat if you play your mind and I'll tell you about that guy who cares me at one time. The firefighters came to me and I was sitting in my case. I do give me that. Same fucking line of talk. You know he comes out. He's like well. How many cars do you have and I I? I don't know I don't know because I'm always buying trading and trading up just like baseball cards. You know what I'm saying like here's fucking three of this for one of those and that's how the car thing works when you start collecting cars so I said that. And he's like I guess we're all my money goes I said Yeah. Did you see that fucking donation? We gave back stoppers two weeks ago and he was like no. I'm like yeah. It was one hundred sixty fucking grand. He's like Oh now my gap and then we didn't talk for like a year and like he didn't talk to me. I saw him in the gym almost every day. We didn't talk one time. I finally went up to him and I said hey bro so you look we could like you know like. I didn't mean you know if I was mean to you or you didn't take that right. We were so cool and he and we made up at school but like you know what I'm saying. It takes a minute to understand how that all fucking goes back backstabbers. Our local first responders charity. That we are huge supporters of. Yeah they take care of Our first responders fallen family. So it's an IT's a big deal to us but I think but I think the the his message behind most people don't do that. Tohmatsu come on guys. This is DJ episode to stay tuned for episode three.

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Blue Ivy Trademark

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

02:20 min | 2 months ago

Blue Ivy Trademark

"Hi Guys. Katie lowes actress, mom and host of the parenting podcast Katie's crib. A show that helps women navigate the colossal changes that come with motherhood. You'll hear from resilient Mama's knowledgeable experts and me asking a whole lot of questions, it's real talk that offers real perspective on what it's really like to be a parent. New episodes published every other Thursday listen to Katie's on iheartradio APP or on Apple podcasts wherever you get your podcasts. All right so beyond say has officially lockdown the trademark to her daughter's name, Blue Ivy Carter there was a dispute over the intellectual property rights tied to the eight year olds name when a Massachusetts wedding planner laid claim to the name, ultimately the trademark trial and appeal board sided with Queen Bee over the relatively unknown proprietor of Blue Ivy events, which was founded before blue. Ivy was even born. The owner's name is Veronica Morales. She was worried about a risk of. Confusion between the two. The board didn't think there was a big risk of folks confusing an event. Planning business with Blue Ivy Carter Fiancee's babies. There, you have it. No mess around. Get your ass out. No! Easy fix, yeah. Right. Gets okay. Yes. down. PISS OFF TO BE. Beaten to last damn? Rocket, upset, you got drama Pie. This is true. This is true. This is a beyond. J. J. C. J. and B.. You think they're gonNA vote for. Go vote phone anybody out of. Time. More of the Steve Harvey Morning Show and some trending news coming up at thirty three minutes after the hour right after this you're listening to. Morning Show.

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Closing Bell Brief for Friday, January 17th

WSJ Minute Briefing

01:39 min | 9 months ago

Closing Bell Brief for Friday, January 17th

"Wall Street Journal listeners. Come from all walks of life and business and no matter what type of business urine eighty P is here to help you achieve what you're working king for with. HR talent time benefits and payroll informed by data and designed for people learn more at design don ADP DOT com. This is the closing bell brief for Friday January seventeenth. I'm Charlie Turner for the Wall Street Journal. US stocks closed the week at record highs. The Dow Jones Industrials Rose Fifty points to twenty nine thousand. Three forty eight. The Nasdaq composite gained thirty-one the S. and P. Five hundred rose twelve the Dow. SNP each gained about two percent for the week and the Nasdaq rose two point. Three percent us. Financial markets are closed. Monday for the Martin Luther King Holiday a Philadelphia. Judge has slashed. The amount Johnson and Johnson Johnson must pay in a lawsuit over its anti-psychotic drug rispler Dell from eight billion dollars to six point. Eight million the punitive damages had been awarded to a Maryland. Man Who said his use of whispered all as a child caused in large breasts and he said. J. And J. didn't properly warn of the risk J. J. denied the claims and argued. The award was excessive yet. Another Max problem for Boeing. The company says it's working to correct a new software glitch before it's seven thirty seven. Max Jet Can return to service nervous we report. The problem prevents the aircraft's flight control. Computers from powering up is required. A string of unexpected technical glitches has delayed the grounded. Max Return to the air for months and the new issue threatens to push back the company's schedule even further for more head to wsj.com or the W._S._J. APP.

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Extreme Measures: Opioid Crisis, Mount Everest, and Burnout

Skimm This

12:14 min | 1 year ago

Extreme Measures: Opioid Crisis, Mount Everest, and Burnout

"It's Tuesday may twenty eight. Welcome to skim this. We're breaking down the most complex stories of the day, and giving you the context on why they matter today, Oklahoma is taking Johnson and Johnson to court. It's the first date trial connected to the opioid epidemic. We'll break down how this could set a precedent for lawsuits in the future. Then there's been an uptick in depth on now Everest this season. But what's Nepal? Got to do with it. And finally, a small town in Germany has a new council member. And she's making a splash, we're here to make your Tuesday smarter. Let's skim this. Today's episode is brought to you by Honey book. The most complicated story today is about the opioid crisis. Prescription opioids can relieve pain from injuries are threats and cancer, but they're very addictive, and they can be deadly. It's become a public health emergency across the country. More than one hundred and thirty people die every day from opioid overdoses that's more deaths per day than from car crashes or shootings over the last few years states and federal prosecutors have sued drug manufacturers and distributors who make in cell opioids. Most of those lawsuits have ended in cash settlements made behind closed doors. But today, the doors were open for day, one of the first major opioid trial in the US in Norman Oklahoma. The state attorney general is suing the pharma company Johnson and Johnson, claiming the J is quote, the kingpin behind the public health emergency and that its profited from the state's opioid epidemic. Here's A G Mike hunter giving his opening statement in court this morning. That Oklahoma family's businesses communities and individual Oklahoma's. Is almost impossible to comprehend. How did this happen? At the end of the day, you're on have a short one word answer Greek. Lawyers involved in more than fifteen hundred similar lawsuits going down across the country will be watching this trial. We're going to get into how this lawsuit got started and y what Oklahoma is seeking and why it's important. Oklahoma's AG I filed this lawsuit in two thousand seventeen it was one of the first lawsuits of its kind file in the US. The says between twenty fifteen and twenty eighteen Oklahoma doctors wrote eighteen million opioid prescriptions for a population of just three point nine million in two thousand seventeen just under four hundred people in Oklahoma died from opioid related causes, so Oklahoma sued three major pharma companies Purdue pharma, which makes Oxycontin TV pharmaceuticals, one of the world's largest generic drug makers and Johnson and Johnson, you might know them for products like baby powder, and baby shampoo. But Johnson and Johnson also produces opioids all three were supposed to be part of this trial today. But in the past few months, two of those companies wiggled out of having to go to trial in March Purdue offered to settle for two hundred seventy million dollars. That's couch change compared to the billions of dollars. Oklahoma has said the opioid crisis will end up costing them. But the state was worried Purdue would end up declaring bankruptcy, if they went to trial and the Oki's with NB left empty-handed. So they settled then just this past Sunday TV pharmaceuticals gave in as well. They also agreed to settle for just eighty five million dollars without admitting to doing anything wrong. Johnson and Johnson has so far refused to settle lick. We said Purdue was facing a lot more expensive lawsuits and could have declared bankruptcy. But J J makes eighty one billion dollars a year. They're probably not going to declare bankruptcy, so they'll pay the court fees. So what is Oklahoma saying that Johnson and Johnson did? The state says Johnson and Johnson contributed to the deadly opioid crisis in three ways. I by owning companies that produce and refined, the drug found in the poppy plant aka opium, JJ says it's sold those companies in two thousand sixteen second by creating its own opioid products including the feno pain, patch, which goes right on the skin Johnson and Johnson says they're a small player and that's in two thousand eight it's opioid medications have only amounted to one percent of the prescriptions made across the country third Oklahoma claims that J J has contributed to the crisis by deceptive marketing and marketing opioids to kids to normalize, the drug JJ has denied this, but Oklahoma says they're gonna show this in court. And Oklahoma's trying a different approach here. It saying Johnson and Johnson violated the state's public nuisance law that may sound like the state is acquainting J J with the guy who doesn't pick up his dogs poop, but public nuisance laws are actually a big deal in Oklahoma. Public nuisances are usually considered things that hurt people's health like a factory polluting a waterway Oklahoma's trying to say the chain, j created a public nuisance by knowingly marketing and selling opioids that they knew were more dangerous than they were telling consumers. J J says it's painkillers are regulated by the FDA and millions use them without getting addicted to be clear, using public nuisance laws against pharma companies is a pretty radical approach for Oklahoma. But other states have had success invoking these laws against say, tobacco companies, so it could work out for them. So what's the skim? Today is day one but this trial in Oklahoma is expected to go on all summer long. And it'll be live streamed online. So we'll be able to hear the Oklahoma Agee's novel approach, and about the docs, he says he has on Jay Jay, and how the company responds at the end the judge, and not a jury will decide if the company should be held responsible. So we'll be keeping an eye on this. So we'll a bunch of lawyers involved in another huge opioid case going down in Ohio, that involves fifteen hundred lawsuits from state, local and tribal governments across the country against a bunch of drug makers in distributors. All of those cases have been wrapped up into one, and those lawyers will be watching, how Oklahoma's testing of the public nuisance law works out the major player, they're going after is Purdue pharmaceuticals. So Purdue will also likely be watching how this plays out to see how Jay J defends itself in court that trial is scheduled to start in October. Other people coming under fire are officials in the country of Nepal. We'll explain why people are dying on Mount Everest. That's next. If you want to create a business making clients look, good is your thing tedious, Adleman tasks, not so much. So let Honey book handle it. Honey book is a management tool that helps you stay organized with custom templates and automation tools right now. Honey book is offering our listeners fifty percent off your first year with promo code skim. This payment is flexible and this promotion applies whether you pay monthly or annually, go to Honey book dot com and use promo code skim. This for fifty percent off your first year get paid faster and work smarter with Honey book dotcom, promo code skimmed. This. When you're lifelong dream turns into a vacation nightmare, that's been the story coming from Mount Everest this year, you may have seen the photos a traffic jam of climbers standing in line to summit. What's known as the roof of the world, at least eleven people have died this year. The last time that many people died, there was during an avalanche in two thousand fifteen. So today, we have three things you need to know about what's happening on Mount Everest, right now, starting with who gets to go. Mount Everest is twenty nine thousand feet tall to get to the top, you need a permit from the Nepalese government, China recently said, a limit for permits to access the mountain from the Tibetan side, but Nepal doesn't have any limits this year. They gave out a record three hundred eighty one each Nepalese permit costs about eleven thousand dollars and there are a big source of income for Nepal. One of Asia's poorest countries this year's permits will bring in more than four million dollars. But one thing to note those permits are first season not for a specific date or time and the Nepalese government has very loose regulations on how crowded the mountain gets and on top of the permit fee climbers pay a lot for training and to the tourist companies that get them to the mountain all that can cost as much as seventy thousand dollars. So it's not surprising that people will do whatever it takes to get to the top. So there's the money and there's the weather may is the time. Most people try to go up Mount Everest, but there's a short window of good, weather, and this year, that window has been shorter than usual. And so many climbers are going up at the same time and because of that, when they get almost to the top, the climbers are having to wait for hours on a narrow ridge to reach the summit in what's called the death zone. That's because at twenty nine thousand feet oxygen levels are only about a third of what they are at sea level, and it's hard for the human body to keep functioning. So what's the local government's responsibility in all of this? The Nepalese government is getting a lot of heat for these debts on non Everest. Some say they took too long fixing a safety rope that goes to the top of the mountain and they're also being called out for the added permits, but climbers say it's not just about the numbers something. Everest has become a bucket list, item and not just for super experienced climbers, Nepal doesn't have any strict rules for how experienced climbers or crews need to be to tackle Everest. David Morton, one of the climbers on mount. Everest last week told CNN that that's an issue. The major problem is really inexperienced and not only climbers on the mountain. But also the operators on the mountain that are supporting those weiner's the Nepalese government has said it's considering a change to the way at issues permits after they look at the data from this year. If you're back from a three day weekend, this probably feels like the most Monday, Tuesday in a while, if it felt even harder than that to get to work. The World Health Organization is saying, listen up. The W H O is officially recognized burnout as a legitimate medical diagnosis. Researchers have been looking at burnout since the seventies, and it's one of the most talked about mental health problems. But it hasn't been recognized by this international body before this new burnout diagnosis, only applies to work environments, and doctors have to rule out anxiety and other mood disorders. I but they say if you're feeling exhausted feeling really cynical or distant work and being less productive than normal, then you should talk to a doctor. It's also mental health awareness month, and we've got more tips on how to take care of yourself on our website, the skim dot com slash spring forward. Before we go. We've got a fun fact coming to you from Germany. You may have heard about the European elections this weekend. We want to talk about a local election in a small German town with a long name. We can pronounce its nickname has Kibo. It's got a population of around eight thousand and a brand new town council member. Her name is LIZA Heizo and her major platform swimming pools. She wants her town to reopen its public pool which closed down a few years ago. Oh, yeah. And councilwoman Haifa is one hundred years old. Yep. One hundred so in case you were wondering if it's too late to dive into politics. The answer is no. And that's all for skimmed this, thanks again, for listening and be sure to hit subscribe and rate and review us wherever you get your podcasts. If you want to add the skin to your morning routine, you can sign up for our free newsletter the daily scam right on our website at the skim dot com. It's everything you need to notice. Start your day right in your inbox.

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DBO: Riddles Again!

The Big Ones

22:56 min | 4 months ago

DBO: Riddles Again!

"Food Production I. Oh I'm Marie you start. I don't know how how this starts. Hi Amanda Hey everyone I'm Amanda I'm media and this is your daily Big Ones. Matron live when the Squirrel Horse head is set up one hour of squirrelled. That's as Sarah your sister. That's a good. I have to just preface this by saying we are recording this and we're also live on instagram. So Murray is non sequiturs. Our instagram live comments. That she's reading referring to a horse head that she got me which also doubles as a squirrel feeder. And if you WANNA know what I'm talking about go to adamant a fun buttons on Instagram. And you can watch this live because it will be up on my fee for twenty four hours but anyway we're going to do some riddles today. Riddle need this riddle me that Oh my God in Amanda. Okay you gotta say hold on. Why don't they have that? Hold on a minute hold on you. Keep going in and I'm GONNA I'M GONNA be right back. Okay just trust me okay. Maria piecing out but I'm finding riddles. Okay here's good riddles brain teasers and logic puzzles I always just find these online but if you all have riddles that you want us to answer then please by all means. Send them in okay. Let's see Riddles riddles riddles. Hard riddles to test your smarts. Ready to be riddled. Yes Sir yes I am. You measure my life in out. Now we know this one. Some of these we know. Okay what word in the English language does the following the first two letters signify a male? The first three letters signify a female. The first four letter signify a great. While the entire world signifies a great woman. What's I don't know what that means? I come from a mine and get surrounded by. Would unknowing know these ones? We know all those. Amanda Ono is the clown are here by the Clare owner. No GLOWERS YEAR. Get someone called nine name clown or Maria has a clown mask on his. I the clown her. This is so scary. Okay Maria clan. Are you ready for a riddle? I'm ready to. I'm ready riddle me. This a murderer is condemned to death. He has to choose between three rooms. The first is full of raging fires the second assassins with loaded guns and the third lions. Who Haven't eaten in years. Which room is the safest sounds like? A clown is dream the room. What Dancer Answer is Tis? The RUA is the room that they're standing in correct. Let me see the third one. The lions died of starvation Easter. A okay ready for another riddle. Of course I am I am the clown or what can you hold in your right hand but not in your left. I know your left. Hand your left hand too is that so what do you. Yes yes I am correct. Why how you ready for another one clown or clown went on a break for a second. The got got a little tired okay. Two girls ate dinner together. They both ordered ice tea. Rose one girl drink them very fast and had finished five in the time it took the other two drink just on the girl who drank one died while the other survived. All of the drinks were poisoned. How did the girl who drink the most survive One of them added Lynn again. Antidote in it to girls ate dinner together. They both ordered iced tea. One girl drink them very fast and had finished five in the time it took the other girl to drink just one. The girl who drink one died while the other survived all of the drinks were poisoned iced. Tea What are you guys? Anyone have any ideas? This one's kind of hidden going. This people are saying the Ice Cubes Ripois. And let's see if that's right. I guess that makes sense because one girl drink them very fast. Okay it's gotta be. The poison was in the ice as she drink her one. Drink MELTING ICE released the poison. Brilliant that son of a bitch a doctor and a bus driver or both in love with the same woman an attractive girl named Sarah. The bus driver had to go on a long bus trip. That will last a week before he left. He gave Sarah seven apples. Y Sad again a doctor. I know this creepy because the ALLL DAY DR. Away at your is a woman. That's funny. Well it's nice. The bus driver has a nice sense of humor okay. Why was the largest island in the world before Australia was discovered Australia? The yeah that's one of those trick ones. Oh Australia. It was still. They're just not discovery. Of course that's the question that my orthodontist asked me. Once who's buried in? Grant's tomb grant. Thank you did you get it no. I just laughed nervously. Tried to get out of there. Ok Riddle me. This what word begins and ends with an e but only has one letter e no okay. Let's let's keep guessing what word begins and ends of the e but only has one letter envelope. How did you know I guess dead? That's good. Yep Gun envelope okay. What Rock Group has four men? That don't sing. Oh I know it's It's like statues Called the faces in the rock. The president of those the President Mount Rushmore Mountain President Mountain. Mount Rushmore. We were right. What type of cheese is made backward? What type of cheese is made backward? not string cheese. What TYPE OF STRING? Oh Way really. What's the question? What type of is made backward? What's what type of opinion? Yeah I guess what type of cheese is made. Backwards is on a type of cheese on everyone heard of that. Adam what does that mean? E Dam that's what people are saying e Dam. I'm tall what I'm and I'm sure when I'm old what am I. I'm tall when I'm Young. A candle it's always a candle okay. This five letter word becomes shorter when you add to letters to it. What is the word? This five letter word becomes shorter when you add to letters to it five. Oh my God you're have mastered two thousand and says short you guys yes master. Yes sure what are the next three letters in the following sequence j. f. m. a. m. j. j. j. j. f. m. a. m? Jj a what are the the next two letters once. J. J. F. A. M. Jj people have gotten it. Apple got it. Why are they saying? S O D. Nevertheless the wrong. That's wrong oh it's it's Essa Wenjie. It's s away because it's the sequences the first letter of the months of the year so good. Okay when you need me you throw me away but when you're done with me you bring me back. What am I when you need me used to away away but when you what what's inexpert but when you're done with me you bring me back. Lebanese. I can't love vs on. Oh Boy Oh when you need me you throw me away but when you're done with meat let's see trash bag. Nope sorry an anchor an anchor when you need me you throw me away. What can be seen once in a minute? Waste a moment and never a thousand years again. What can be seen once in a minute twice in a moment and never in a thousand years the letter M. Ho how did you know that I know it? I'm getting good at riddles. It's either the letter M. or it's What's the other one that I say a candle? Which tire where the doctor is woman? What tire doesn't move when a car turns right? What tire doesn't move the spare tire bitch? This is I think you made some sort of deal with the devil. Because you're you're not even thinking anymore. The devils just speaking three and the devil does speak in riddles. You know how I know. Well the doctor is a woman. How the clown Er- says so tears I the clown or how? Why not tell me a one more riddle for I perchance may see it. So okay clown a window cleaner cleaning a window on the twenty fifth floor of a skyscraper when suddenly say slips the never know w said the tire is a woman a window. Cleaner is cleaning a window on the twenty fifth floor of a skyscraper when suddenly he slips and falls. We'd say that again. A window cleaner of a hurdle one is cleaning a window on the twenty fifth floor of a skyscraper when suddenly he slips and falls he has no safety equipment and nothing to soften his fall and yet he is not hurt. How can this be? He's on the first floor. People have already gotten that people have already gotten it in the chat inside the house. Julian bone says he's a she. He's cleaning the inside. That's right clown can easy enough. I want to do one more counter I believe I do. There are eight hills. They're all of the same size and color one pill way slightly more Indus poisonous. You have a balance scale and can only use it twice. How can you find the poisoned pill? They there are eight pills. They are all and collars. Put it a taste into your mouth. is the way pill way slightly more and his poisonous. You have a balance scale and it can only use it twice you. Divide them in half right and see which side I think you give it but a taste. No you don't taste it. Mattie cripes put it in the is what I from the beginning of the poison I see their eight pills. They're all the same. I think you do four and four right and it would. It would make one side be heavier the clown her nose not math. Let me try. Oh my God. This is an insane answer. Let's hear it the join a hero place pills one two and three on one side of the scale and pills four five and six on the other side of the scale if the scale is balanced remove all the pills from the balance place pill seven on one side of the scale eight on the other side of the scale. The heavier one is the poisoned pill at the scale is not balanced. Assume pills one two and three are heavier than pills for five. Ten the pill after this question. I'm just giving the mill. Okay remove all the pills for the balance plays one place pill one on one side of the scale to on the other side of the scale. The scale is balanced pill. Threes the poisonous pill. The skill is not balancing. The heavier one is the poisonous pill. You guys that was a lame. That was really lame so we should do one more. The clown would like one more. I am the I am the first on earth the second in Heaven He. I appear twice all you got it under the clown. Her nose riddles one more. The Connor went away. Because the Kleiner's tired again. The cloudy on Okay. So much many have heard me but no one has seen me and I will not speak back until spoken to what am I. An Alexa many have heard me. But no one has seen me. Will you see in an ought not mine and I will not speak back until spoke into what am I series? It a clapper Erie. Tell us you me. I think it's an Alexa. I think it's Siri. What is it? Okay? Someone is saying areas network says a toot. Graig Amazon Echo. Many have heard me but no one has seen me and I will not speak back many ever. I know. And it's an echo. It's an echo. It's an Amazon Echo. Yup and echo not an Amazon Echo just an Echo old-fashioned echo are. Well I think okay. I think we did it. We really really did it well. This has been another mini episode. It's in the books you can't you can't take it away it's happened it's race it. You can't say we never did it but you what's you we've never we never we we you you we talk and talk but you never see us but we only answer back when spoken to. Who are we the big ones? The Big One all right guys. Thanks so much for tuning in sticking around you know we have fun have fun. Don't we doing it I'm he? Has Julia Bone? This is aren't next episode. So spoiler alert tomorrow. You're going to be listening to this to this all over again but maybe you know what I'll do. I'll put it in a little or your editing. But maybe a man of what you can do is put in a little like music cue or something for the people or like something you could say in the middle. That just goes like I like. This is this is a little Easter Egg or something I see okay. I'll do an Easter egg. That you you won't hear no you'll you won't see it but you could hear it okay. I'll put it in an Easter Egg. All right guys. I'll put an Easter egg. All right I'm GonNa feel real smart tomorrow when I know all the answers says Sir create. That's so true. Yeah play this with your friends and then you can just you can go right she. That's firkin genius. Maria yes Siam Genius Ellen says I just have one question go ahead. I have neighbors. That are being really loud. Do I knock on their door and tell them that they need to be quiet? How often are they allowed? Is it just as a one time or are they always allowed in? You know I think you gotTa You. GotTa make a pro and con list and say if I tell them. Ask them to be quiet. Am I going to build up bad blood? And what's more important to you? You know what you could even do is you could make that pro and con list and then slide it under their door so they know what went through to even do that. That's true that's a great idea but yeah I think if it's happening a lot then you then you just ask nicely. Juden very nice way and you just go. Hey I just you know I need like God forbid I have in quiet time Okay she says it's every Friday and Saturday night. They were about five years younger than I am. I understand that they need to have fun. Do I look them? Have their fun until two in the morning. Absolutely not Novas every Friday Saturday. You need to save. Hey can you guys keep it down path? Tanner eleven whatever your bedtime. Unless maybe you'd like to be invited. That's that's maybe where you could say like. Keep it down or you could invite me. Yeah and then you know new friends. You've got new. You've got twelve new friends. They probably you just need to tell them to keep it down okay. Everyone thanks for listening to that Big Daily. Big areas impasse.

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Episode 119: Keanan Koppenhaver

Hallway Chats

05:09 min | 9 months ago

Episode 119: Keanan Koppenhaver

"This is hallway chats where we meet people who use wordpress we asked question August your stories and perspectives and now the conversation begins this is episode one. Nineteen welcome to Hallway Chats Clays and I'm Liam Dempsey today we're joined joined by Keenan Copenhager Keenan is the CTO at Alpha particle a digital consultancy. That helps their clients plan and execute the digital projects. He believes. Technology isn't always the answer but when it is it's important to get it right I can. Hey Darren lamb. Thanks for having me Nice to see you Keenan. Thanks for joining us on. Can you start out by telling us a little bit more about yourself. Sure yeah so like Liam said Keenan. I run a company in Chicago here We're we're in the merchandise mart for those of you who know the area and currently enjoying it very mild winter which is great help Anything by by bringing that up now but Yeah I've been in in the work space for six or seven years on. I really enjoy it. Enjoy kind of getting to know the community in the people in it which is why you know terror when we're talking about our chances really interesting community you kinda gathered this community around your your podcast. So I'm happy to be here in an doctor. Yes what is your the journey to wordpress So I kind of on a Lark in college decided. I wanted to build a website which of course I thought was going to be the next billion dollar thing And I didn't really know anything about it so I started just kind of googling like how to build a website stuff like that and very quickly realized that there were already lots of tools To help people do these things so I experiment with a couple of those on my own But then ended up taking an internship with an agency here in Chicago ago That was primarily wordpress shop. So most of what they did was wordpress almond so you know throughout the course of my internship and when eventually took a full time position with them You Know Day in day out was was wordpress working at client sites and things like that So I've found it really interesting as a platform really powerful and Able to help people work on the web on their own without necessarily needing developer. Like me on which is which is super empowering for clients and people who run their own businesses and things and so I kind of just never looked back at that point Still do a lot of wordpress but also we've been kind of expanding other PHP frameworks and things too. But really what what stuck with wordpress for me. Was You know how easy it was how Harvard was for people But also the kinds of people that were involved in the community like like we talked a a little bit who spend a lot of their time giving back and helping other people come up behind them and get started? Doing the same thing is is Alpha particle are you one of the founders of that company so it's myself and my business partner j We we started the company in May of twenty seventeen on. We've sleeping around just about two and a half years Like I said because you know initially when we started the company especially like if you if you were looking around searching for answer to a wordpress I problem or looking at me personally. wordpress answers would be while. Come back in Google and so that's why a lot of early work was depressed and we still do a lot of that at our core But we also expanded and expanded and do Digital Strategy and things. That aren't necessarily code as well. So what was your transition to starting your own company well so yes J. J. and I had worked together previously Couple jobs ago and I went off and was just a you know pure developer for a while but You know a couple two years after we we parted ways that our company He approached me and said. Hey you know I kind of interested in in starting my own thing You know I'd really like like food on board and work with me on it and you know he and I get along really well. We always have We do even more so now. It's after showing some AIRBNB is early on in the company. That is But you know I I really enjoy kind of the the fact that we're in control of our own destiny in a Lotta ways We can choose the kind of clients we WANNA work with. We can choose where we think we have the most impact We have the capability to say. Hey you know. We know that somebody told you that wordpress would be good for this project but we don't really think that's the case or you know. Have you considered wordpress. We think it'd be really good for you. In you know we just like having that the ability to make those decisions and advise clients in that way. We didn't necessarily get to do that before we were just kind of in place. Yeah there's a lot of change in In the wordpress environment right now with respect to the C._M._S.. Gutenberg about a year or so ago we've getting.

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The Yardwork: Ep 113: Grease Athletics Joins The Show!

The Yardwork

25:14 min | 1 year ago

The Yardwork: Ep 113: Grease Athletics Joins The Show!

"What's up guys walking back to the yard work? I'm your host Andrew for Nanas. And with me as always is the overcame J J gonna bud Angeles going on exciting. For today's episode. We got on line with us, Brock and Greece. Athletics. Brock sad fans out there. Hey, what's going on? Brought thank you guys for having us on here tonight. Looking forward to it yet, Bryan. We are so excited to have you on with Greece athletics. If you guys do not know athletics, we act on Instagram and they make custom bats. What are you get more into that? Brockton tells you the whole story stuff like that. But I thank you guys for tuning chance down tonight tunes. Make sure you subscribe out on the net. Make sure you follow us and you smash those like buns, right euro cage. Yeah. Smashing and quick shots who are sponsors baseball lifestyle. One hit factory baseball. Now that being said, let's get on with the show. So my first question for you Brock is. I wanted to know your age that we were talking before like the whole story of how it came to be Greece athletics. We want you to tell everyone. Well, that's leash out yourself out. All I I can't take all the credit for this. Because it really honestly started with my brother with earns. So my brother was thirteen when he had. I wouldn't baseball tournament. And my dad was a welder before went to college. So like, we have all the tools these on projects our whole life. And he's like why are we make a bad instead going on buying one? I mean, be great make one we did not to do it. But. I'm we learned as we went. And I watched my brother do it. He made a couple of bats. And then you brought to the game friends were like, oh, that's really cool reaching that that act like I made it and no one believed for the longest. I mean, but we ended up they finally saw okay? Make the showed a picture than he. He's the more. I started getting into it that our friends would ask us. And then, you know, he's a collagen used in there as well for little bit for BP and kind of grew from there. So after he was playing at Saint Bonaventure. You want to start this off, and you know, almost all for down college. And I just thought the great idea and from there we wanted to turn the full time business because we love we do. And even though we can't play baseball. Now, we wanna share the passion with everyone else and still stay in the game. You do one hundred percent. I mean, I think that's something that agent. I try to do is we try to instill our passion with other people, and we really love that. And we do this just for our selves in Brenner passion. No, see you guys doing similar things. And you guys are right around the same age because they were both sophomores in college is pretty awesome to see. Oh, absolutely. I think I mean, this is the best time you could do it. You know, you have Tom your hands. You have the money summer jaw stuff like that. It's great. And if you can follow your passion, that's the best he can do in life. And you know, I always say that agent or I think I don't know. But or at least the semi brain is sometimes just gotta do it. You just gotta do guard chaser dream because you're not going to be young forever. You know, I woulda hated if just knowing me in my personality. I would just hate it. If I was thirty years old whenever and I was like man, I really wish I started podcast star like a YouTube channel or did something to put myself out there. So this is also this gives me the satisfaction of me after doing about my dreams and my goals at a young age and not waiting around for it. Oh, absolutely. And the best part is I mean, you has in the same boat as we are in the fact that we love this too. So it's not even work for us. It's our passions. What we love to do. It's what we do after jobs are after school. And I mean, if it's something like that. I think one of the Dow path the greatness of that that's the case yet. And like you said, it doesn't even seem like a job because I talked to my cousin. You know? Like, I said, we we set an other episodes, but we're both wet college. It was a way for us to keep in touching. I talk every day and just start, you know, kept spiraling. And we're just doing what we loved and never wants to feel like we're forced or it was a job. I mean, did I get that one right age? Yeah. And I think that's kind of cool that Brockie got on Greece has Lennox like, obviously, you went to brother work, and it's like it's kind of like almost like a little family business that you started up together. And it's cool to be able to go work with your brother on things both enjoy every single day and kind of proven your craft. It's a pretty cool thing. Oh, yeah. Now. Absolutely. Like what you set off by the family business ising arcades really family business because everyone in my family contributes, like it's like us as the business owners. But I mean, my mom is as my dad helps us we have an issue is something he's always. Fix it. On my mom has food ready. We go back to the house to paint something, and it just stuff like that this great, even everyone extended family has been super supportive with you know, posting scrim sharing it bringing up other people buying other people bans as gifts, and it's. Been incredible people around us. So I mean, I third listening to this now. But if they are I mean, we really appreciate that support such a long way when you the support of your family and friends that goes such on means so much. Oh, definitely. Absolutely. I think it's it's one of those things where you put yourself out there to the world. And I'm sure you guys get some heat. You know, just from anonymous people online through I think the support of everyone around. You definitely always any. Elsie the haters, but people aren't gonna no matter. What no matter what you do in life. You're going to get you're going to get people who are going to criticize people who just aren't going to let you do. You gotta block it out. Because then today, you gotta do will make you happy. You know? Yeah. Couldn't agree Mormon, and you know, as why loved having no, or when we get we guys like you guys on the show, we get some minor leaguers on, and you know, they talk about their struggles and stuff like that. And it makes us almost seemed like even I went to work in the same boat as freshmen ballplayers, but sees that were struggling we're doing what we can. And we're trying to do what makes us happy, and we're trying to influence impact on the people for the good. You know, sometimes you get those people, but that try to bring you down. But you know, you just gotta look past always feels good when you can impact influence other people in positive way. Oh, yeah. I couldn't agree more. I mean, I think all the what what you guys do your show is incredibly inspiring stream, positively in posit-, positively kindness. I mean, that's always gonna win out. That I think in the end like being honest in like that. That's all you have to do love that. I love that to an oscillating. That's what we do. I think eighty we're just ourselves. But I think we always try to I guess consideration that I try not like trash on other teams too much. I mean, I know sometimes get the Orioles for some reason trashing on them. But we try to make it, you know. So everyone of you know, every fan of any team any demographic any person you can come. You can listen to the show because at the end of the day. We're just two regular guys who just love to talk about sports, and we won't get everyone involved. Like, that's why are incident on Twitter we follow which I fall back everyone. We fall ton of people and people say, why are you from people north Instagram ratio doesn't look as good, and that's not really what we're here for. I mean, always say that we're trying to build like a baseball community that like everyone can be a part of everyone can feel safe. You talk about. Their opinions. No, I agree. I think it's more. You guys do not because just you a here. Not in it for anything else. Other than your passion. And not caring about follows. You have such extra even for people running a business or already just just trying to personal page. They're so worried about how many followers they have how many likes they get on picture to the point where us at the put in perspective. I if you're letting you're doing everything else will fall into place. You can't worry about out like what other people think about you? And how many like what your stats are in social media? Then you lose the whole point. Right. That's when it becomes a job. It's not fun anymore and understand like you said, we re really do do it. Because we love it. Because eight is a college athlete. I'm hoping to be went in. We could technically make money on this. But we don't because when we don't want trouble in two. That's not why we started. So I always try keep that humble mentality that humble attitude because I said do we came we came from just talking into the foam? I had my laptop. Of you know, year, year and a half ago. We started losing my laptop and the phone recording a right close to laptop close to my face getting AJ, and is you know voices in. Oh, yeah. Just had some really big time Showtime guys on there with you know, minor league athletes on gosh. Barstool I saw that. I'll come up. You know, calendar stature for what you guys are. You still never feel that way. Like you. You're different. Like, that's what's so cool. It's like, yeah. You can get guys who plied as cool to get someone makes the stuff that other people using ply like, it's cool. It's got the whole process around baseball. You know? Oh, yeah. No, absolutely. And you know, we we really do highly of you because I'm going to be like a little bit blunt here. Like, we don't just get anyone on the show, and we do have sometimes people who asked us to be on. We kinda got make excuses around it. But we reached out to you guys. You know? So I I mean, I think that's our way of us. Thank you. You know, coming on the shown us complimenting you because we really do like what you guys have to offer. I mean, you know, that makes us honestly that that really means the world. I mean, that's what we're all about. We had some message just the other day saying we like to keep her contact followers. In just his words, saying how much meant be reached out the end him and asked like what position played you know, highlight house team was going health his season coming season. He's looking forward to that. Just. Taking on connection because I feel like in today's society get stuck on the screen, and you have to realize there's another person on the other side of that. I think you guys are really good representation of that. 'cause you're just caused as the luggage. You do have a passion. And you're you're making the most. Knocking. That's that's great to see. That's pretty much what we're trying to make the most of it not young forever. Let's go out door thing. Let's just do it. Absolutely. A giant question. Yeah. I wanna for you. I want to know and then also too. I think the fans on no like what's the process of making a baseball bat. I know we we dance around like the company aspect now aren't like know how you guys do. Okay. So it's this process has all all day. Ever since we started the I did it probably took me three hours dabbling. But now, we kinda got our craft hound ending. We can make it in roughly our on which is nice. Yeah. I mean, obviously painting have led dry, but actual work time is probably found in our little. Starts off. We actually by the village of the northeastern part of the US right now these maple Birch in I'm sure you guys have heard about ash on the emerald ash bore which encase listeners adult Dow, it's basically a beetle. That attacking all the ash trees happened sort two thousand two I think let's grunt rapidly. And because of that ash prices are going up, and it's just really not feasible for law companies to make astronauts, any more and also the quality just from professional athletes. They're not like Nash bats as much because their low to soft. So we can our billets thirty seven inches long three inches wide. And from there. We are limiting at about the bills that we have split rather than board out with because when you have a machine cut, the would it doesn't follow the natural green. So we split what natural grain you get better bad or bats in basically performance. So after we get our billet we put on a lades which. Like, I said, you'll know his label spin it really fast, very high RPM. And then we gadget so you can get gouged out there. But we really mainly to which is just a basic, cutting gal and appointed kind gouge that's really all you need for the ban. It can process. So we need the larger wanted to clean it up. You have to get all shape in like good, Selander sheep from there. We'll start out of the barrel worker way down. I mean, the barrel size can vary depending on. What size you want? What size weight. We have the nave. To order the barrel. It's like like the person has input on the side. That's the thing about the whole point of our business was to make it constant because one thing we did notice you can pick models online, and they'll say again, it's N waited, but you can pick the colors, and they it's like. It wasn't. We're looking for like when we look for bats. We wanna make. Shujaat virginity for people to pick every aspect so you can customize your barrel size to the like tenth of niche. So you can do that you can do your handle size. You can do the taper of the transition between your barrel, and your hand was essentially you guys are working on trying to make the perfect that for that said customer. Oh, absolutely. I you want we can do. I mean, you can pick the death of the handle size the handle thickness, any whatever you want. We could do, and that's the whole point of my we wanna make for the person because everyone's different everyone has a different feeling among you guys play baseball. You know, when you pick up a bad, and you like it, you know, you know, if you know, you know, things Bobby make so so detailed. Yeah. I mean, I love it. I love how you making the custom bass to be perfect for everyone and just real quick on back off your Instagram talking about some perfect bet. You guys made that American flag bet that you put on. I think it was it was today's post, right? Yes. You guys make that back because that was unreal. Yes. We we made that that read did awesome on John. Take any credit for that paint job because he did a stellar. You've you're got out Greece athletics on Instagram and check out this bet because that things insane. And had you had we the people are carved in along the toward the handle it. Yeah. It was Patrick Henry's quote audible. Liberty or give me death. Nicole amount. Yeah. That was an insane bat. I saw that. That was you know, we're we're big big America. Guys. I got a huge American flag in my AJ to we won't guys. Use American flags in our room hanging up right now. So we freaking love that. You can't be honest. I love that. I love to hear that too. We're patriots over. We don't like the patriots. But we're Steelers fan. So. Decide. Yeah. We don't beat Boston right now. Brock. No the question is kind of going off back what you said about like the custom stuff. So I mean, actually, this doesn't make sense because you said that the Bill it is three inches like the width is three inches. So by question was though if you could make me about with a five inch diameter barrel. I just wanna club Andrew like just nice big. Thousands of question. You couldn't tell me. Thousand one because you want a club me with it. You got hurt here. This premeditated. Hey, we can do that you order guys. So you never know. You gotta be a nice big Bill. Timothy Brock the answer is no sorry. We can't make a five five hundred dollar bat. So you can I get clubbed with that. You say no, you're saying you say AJ say h is banned from buying. So you do that yet? But you never know. Band anyone yet? But we'll see. Customer available at one time while like a a Babe Ruth style bat and try to get like a seventy three ounce bat like I'll be I'll be cool to just get massive Baptist. Swing around us guys. Get a tree trunk and you're like, we don't make the street getting back. There's only one way to find out. To find out. We're gonna go take an accident. Do we're gonna we're gonna pull up to where you guys live. Not not that we know where you guys live. But just like a tree on the back of her car. Be like that was like the wonderboy bad. It's cooperstown. Yeah. Yeah. I've heard that. It's like, yeah. You guys issues from the movie the match, I know from. But like, I know that you've seen in person at a at a was also village, right? That's where that's where I was where I went to also village. Sweet. So anyway, I'll Brock. So I think I know the answer this question. But I don't know why why why the name Greece athletics 'cause we we were digging that name. I think I know the answer though. I mean, obviously your answer I'm guessing probably do with our last name when Horsely right? Yep. I'll originally as the b the G back company because my brother, and I both share the same initials are but want something a little more trade because they're so many just either very catchy name in our opinion. So we did run psychotics because forget the exact think Brad thought of it. But it was crease off we've been called grease off or Greece for sure. By coaches nickname. Saw of course. So we just kinda stuck in. Greece ex, you know, beats just Greece back company because I didn't really rhyme or have good ring to. So it is kinda evolve over a process of talking through it a lightning bolt. Instead ask because I mean, why not you know, I think the name I understand dig it. And I think of the name is huge you need a name. That's gonna stand down pop. Oh, absolutely. You need people to remember you need them. You know, remember the name because when they hear this. You know, maybe let's say, you know, you tell someone at our no. The I think much of it right now. Right. But then a couple months ago, go by the Syrians. Oh, I remember Greece. I remember that name. There you go. Oh, yeah. Your your brand is huge. Right. Of course. So I I like the grease name a lot. So he's come up. All though, you good. Another question. I saw videos through earlier on that union brother like, I mean, I don't know anymore. But you guys had some great hair and some photos and videos like what product you put in your grease grease in your hair to Elizabeth? The grease let Greece. I can't take credit for them. That's all genetics while high grandfather's eighty seven years old still full had a hair somehow so a little bit Greece does help. But I can't we get credit for that new. Tell me no hair product, no hair products. I guess. I probably used one of the brand I think he is better gene than I do. But I I call it a little bit more bear grease than he does. That's what it was called bear grease bear out. Yeah. So the grease. Let us burglaries you still need a find that you can't make this stuff. I mean, like not like ninety. I need that bear grease. I shut do. I I don't really have fly over mohawk Rockin. But I mean, Yemeni. Let me see that bear grease do pass on the agrees around. Say grow it out. You know, I hawk senior high school for my picture, but respect that thanks to a nothing going off with you guys. And and you know, your hair could we see you guys on Instagram as you guys have with the the mash Mondays where you guys mash of pizza pizza. One of your bats. You wasted pizza. Of my dog bite of it. So that's all right. I don't have too big of a ways. Those things are funny though. They're really quite like, the funny smashing the gallon milk. Whatever it's cool like shows. How strong will your bats are? Yeah. It's something exciting to is. I mean, we wanna make bats like we love what we do. But we're also is still the same time kids at heart. I mean who would want to go smash onto like in a great way. They're the one day. I think we did like a flower. And I was not expecting flower to me that fun, and it was so much fun in. It was Saturday morning went out smashed a bunch of things Greek hot like if you guys I mean, like if he doesn't do something like that for fun like why not everyone smashed them watermelon. I ask the mill for on Instagram who people get some air came in other than I know we did for sure. Yeah. Definitely as well. I got I got one last question. We actually wrap it up just a bit early. Your gender saying that came up unexpectedly and padras that, but we're hoping this is not the last time you or your brother come on the show. Let us know. We we really appreciate you guys reaching out to us over over address talk baseball or anything. Of course, we all one last question for the weather's mile last question. Greece flex Versi ARD were to onto. Let's say wiffle ball make your own with a ball bat. Who you say what's going on there? How's it going down? Take your wiffle ball may stick wall. Then because he is the the would percent word art a game somehow game baseball. We have some guys you get some of your guys we make we make our own bat. You guys make your we make our bats 'having. That's gonna end out for us. What what are you? What do you think you can take us? I don't know. I think. Keeping my never see each other play baseball other podcasts. Talking about hitting home runs. The Yankee Stadium and stuff like that. So I I think not gonna we pull out on the bats. I think that definitely be our our upside. Like, a tree branch would be like my. I guess there's only one way to find out. We'll have to meet up sometime. And get a game. All right. Yeah. Asia Asia Asia, which we or somebody like Ravi row and like, Alex Katz and got. Yeah. And then they're gonna pull up all their bad through. They like Jews able to Giusto bats Jimmy Neutron the bat. Just connect everything just went miles. We're like, wow. The court if you back to that game. Yeah. Court battle out. Back reassure court battle out. Sunday, brock. Thank you so much for coming on everyone listening makes you guys check out grease. Let x you guys will be gang shout for sure on Instagram of this beginning postal right away. Like, you said sorry had been cut a little short. We hope to get you guys on at least another time when you know, however, many times whatever for the off season, we love your batsmen. We love to continue talking with you guys. Keep working with you guys in the future. That means a world we really appreciate is great talking to gas, and let us know what? What size? You guys are written new apparently left out to you. Why do that actually be amazing? Thanks for coming on. It was great. Having you sports guys. You're the man now. See boys have grown. And your case that you've come on the show man anytime there's gonna be on kgo yard and thank you got tuning in. I'm Sandra Fernandez, and this was the yard work.

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*Bonus* Childhood Reminiscing | Teenager Therapy on Tape

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*Bonus* Childhood Reminiscing | Teenager Therapy on Tape

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Yeah that's different and it's like regular milk. No no no no way we if Roy Moore or like Vanilla or by. Cook doesn't with milk. Which is a bag. You would cereal. I like medium rare. I I love it. I love the world done using your own analogy rare bloody wear. Oh Yeah that will does. I love it. I love cornflakes incredible three tastes. Wow thank breakfast and bowl pancakes. Kinda brain thinks something. You'd have breakfast but with milk and I'm here to you can't just have one more. I always have to go. I always always have like a stereo. How many billions always two or three? Though she's all the pink ones yeah. I used to like photos up twice sometimes three times like the Straw tach. It was long too after like cocoa chocolate milk. Nope those different. What you can never wash opera. Got The bottom of the Straw. Roy was so you know. Bill likes walgreens one another first. You're lucky number. I wanted them grow the whole house burn plastic door. I had a goal. 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Wash the eighth grade. That's when I started watching like six seven. Wait what I was doing. It was pretty good though. Knock on into the lab. Rats carry hair kings for Zack and Kelly exactly voted on that Charlie. All League was pretty cute. Gave gave a for Teddy Teddy's. Yes J. J. Hugh Hugh Cody. I don't even know where I wasn't. Netflix was Zack. And Cody really. Yeah I watched an article on there. I watched a Lotta nickelodeon like Victoria. Never I walked I. I walked curly so much Victorian I never watched. They still haven't seen very serious. Did I miss how I built me? That's their wish was man. That's so crazy. You should contact with her so it can happen again. You're I did you watch Classifying because he knew I wasn't that good farm bill was just the early Charlie. Assery talk to Arabia. Though I love you know like watching. It's still somebody knows something that still rewatch today and my thing is the best thing to win though. Best is actually a good story credits. The Wolf Red. Yeah was it was pretty good movies. Good week she gets her brother. Yeah like into an evil. One brother's Evil Goodson Bat. Angels say it was a bad movie where he forgets her out for for a moment there. That's crazy because like you don't even know watching for care something. They was completely different. You know there's there's probably no like like I don't know Charles and William Seven really recommends Colvin's do be seems like compare compare. The show's all my anywhere like any other doing the show in South Korea. What are they showing there in the Middle East? What do they show Dad Dude? They have their own childhood. What's talk show in Disney Anywhere Wizards Without Child? That's so our general. Yeah your take. I think it's our emotions. Yeah good wrong. And The Washington seven now hours cry would freaking. What was his name? Cody didn't get into the call but yeah we were there at the school. It's Ya the movies on cody and L- little twins right. There was a lot of twins in the movie. Yeah there was just so raw ondeck. Just hit different. Yeah I liked on back when I thought it was more mature. They were teens. You know. Let's see life. I like Sean as was more like the superheroes. I remember that episode. I carly though like those good. It was funny. It was really funny. Drake and Josh. I also have a lot of I wasn't that I really I really got into the car. I used to watch every single. Disney movie like lemonade. Merrill OUGHTA WATCH ALL THOSE. I've watched like like my I didn't WanNa do the Little Mermaid. My little tactic watch grow because my sister watches. I just watched it and the storyline was really interesting. Twilight sparkle needs to become get her wings. This serious I no longer tail and play like why I never watch the movies. I watch him regularly like it was just Omega trump reading about about. What's it called? Actually Patterson Roberson her or not. I don't know. He was invested in their relationships. Robert Patterson should now go back with Kristen Stewart. She is a bad girl for him. Rob Or you can do better. It's just trying to eat tweeted so many news but you so passionate into the room by Hasn't GonNa be now or yeah? Haven't seen him in anything for so long saying I wasn't able to the wire over wherever Jacob Jacob Jacob was hard. He's in a lot of the GEL hair. Yeah us like young girls know best part his best play as far. Inland Shark boy. I never watch yourselves. Why to with little yellow. Take my kids three kids moving off guard and I it was about the phones I remember. Yeah just Cobb. You're not washed my dream and then the little the ice being and then George. No big circle thing. I used to watch all those like family. Children like the one with Jackie. Chan is like spy Dad. Something like that cartoon right now. It was like a real life mood. You guys ever used to watch like those like the Spanish dubbed Movies. Like those which channel. We're taking our watch to go wrong is so bad you want okay. So school time to get out of school. They're going to want to go to watch. I watch I don't we've got. The role was a year ago. It's like we watch it on Youtube like the I've never hear that again. Thing is so crazy by women out. There are watching child another child alert respect and I watch so many but the allergies off. I used to seeing that in shows at one time. Joel Singing Influence your why remember. So which part growth they grow. I want to know every in every movie Subaru. Yeah like every he's blonde. Yeah and every picture. But what's it called the reason I don't know my multiplication facts. Is that during second grade instead of studying multiplication facts. I would watch realize this is. My mom will go to work. Make sure you study. I was like okay. So it'd be like and then I just put it away inside watching it. That's why that's why I have to McKay's nine anyways. Those are out shout her experiences. I know off enjoyed it and it was just kind of having conversation. You guys join in to laugh now so hopefully it made sense to you guys. You could really so I think that's it right common recommendations from your country. What is the best show of your childhood? Tell us that or makes you still like what's serious like Dan. They might have a job and tell us what we should do next and our next video. We've really worked on relive our children but I'll count it all it all tied into the coming coming. No thank you for watching. Please subscribe like common. And we'll see you in the next progress I guess by.

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