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Conhecimento

Feliz Dia Novo

03:37 min | 2 months ago

Conhecimento

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13 - The Chris Porter Experience

When Last I Left

38:31 min | 1 year ago

13 - The Chris Porter Experience

"From Toco media Welcome to my name. Is Chris in. My name is cool and as always on unless I left. We are here to make up a story. Ready for you on the spot. And it's Improv duration. Soule's begins with a Social Faux Pas that I commit that. I have not told the others what it's going to be. I actually true. It's true so far they've all been based on actual real life events. Sorry to everyone involved in my life so the first envelope that we open as a blue envelope and I once we get into the social phobia will open a blue envelope that contains the mid point of our story. Yes we will then have to navigate the story to that that plot point at which point we will open a red envelopes because the stakes are listened to by listener and we will then improvise a story to that point at which place the story usually ends pretty chaotically. Unless there's some sort of a miraculous ending where everybody's okay I'm not because I don't make it easy on ourselves because we also accept a listener submitted rule the episode. We get a rule from a listener. That tells us something. We may not or may be able to do while we are telling the story. Today's rule was submitted by at many roles. Nineteen twenty two and it is every time a new scene starts you have to count it in Allah a one two three four. So if we're starting getting a scene in this office where we are. It's one two three four here. We are today. Welcome to win last island should all get in on that one two three. Yeah to count one two the three four. Thank you for that at many rose. Nineteen twenty nine year olds so if we break the rule and we enter a new scene and we forget to do a one two three four we have to introduce a goat into this story. Also be notified of the rule breaking by this sound. Oh dear friend Sal Yeah I just WANNA clarify for all of us. The frogs deceptive wrote me Eh. It was very loud. Bad timing data. We also have one little caveat which is This little fund button here which gives us this elevator music which is a pause mode where we are now exists outside of the podcast where we can change scenes as much as we want without accountants. Attend yes no. It's fantastic because the kitchen. We're not restricted. Air Force. One Pot went to the Natural Museum of history in Arizona. SONAL and this is where we can talk to clarify certain things and make sure we're on the same. Yeah of course. I never pushed this book. I didn't push it nicely. And now we're among the myriad ways that you can interact with this podcast. One one of them is submitting a topic that we will then turn to theme song one of us. Forget no callback you asking. Hi Cooler making the next thing. You know. You know me and this was submitted mid by William Chambers and I I know him that Willie Chambers that one that I saw the I related this because it actually ties back to some stuff that happened in our In the Social Faux Pas. So let's go on with the with the topics on this song. Aw Come on fire and the you want me to drop you. Want me to drop until you wait. Long draw doc dropped or changed our award. Show me dry dropping flowing. AH cruel out there. That is probably my favorite one of all time however torture Mickey was quite literally squirming and he. He just was trying to hit that Chris. Your nightmare pitcher. Thank you tap Williamson tied together because we were only out eh at Derek's party for one thing multiple things here arms or three going back. Jack Chris I'm surprised the thing Derrick's party. Yeah what happened at a party. One two three four. We were at Derek's Party and I brought a goat because as you guys know Derek way you better than one of his new friends and so I had brought my goat with me. So I have someone to talk to you. And I his name was Jalopy and I. I had him before jalopy fact check. Let's go tweet us. INSTAGRAM friends with US socials socials and call us out. No we've had jalopy the goat before so we're at Derek's party one into knowing I so I Were there you guys are off actually like doing like dancing and in social. And they're just like you're you're squirming on the dance floor as well because Jay. Ward's never dropping. He was not for like forty five minutes. Yeah she wouldn't drop them. It was just going going yes that I wonder who got up and he walked away and he like had I think he had a meal and then he just dropped just like yeah. We're into it. I believe he was. Dj Hot air balloon because it would not drop. When you get a needle and you've just pop that blonde fuck out airborne it but while I was standing in the corner with my goat There was another guy who came up in his name was timothy and I think Timothy. I didn't know this at the time because this is one of the I learned his name by the end of this because of what happened but he came up and it was on the dance when he was and I was like. Hey Chris and we started talking like he's actually a cool guy. He will play the same video games. We do the same movies and stuff and I was like cool like can you tell me Your name again. And he laughed and I was like. Oh okay okay. So then when we started realizing like Oh yeah we actually have read the same books. We're both like music and sound and stuff I was like. Hey I should get your name and contact info. I typed his phone and I said how how about you write your name like how is it spelled. And he said just the usual so fast Ford. I'm at this party talking to the same person for three hours and I still don't know their name. What did you write in your phone? I still haven't oh it's just the number that's in there and it says add context but now you know his name is Timothy by the end of this story. We've had I just haven't changed his name in your phone. No she came here to record this podcast before Oh so we were at this one two three four. Do you guys were having fun with Derek. Right it's so great about him he's a lot of hair okay. rate hair because he has a lot of money. All right. Yeah we have made it. He made it to our sumptuous are agreed. Let's hear it Star true. Why do we care so much? It's literally just paper ripping thank you. I mean you're welcome ask. Chris is known to write motivational letters to himself. He hides the sealed envelopes around his place. So he'll forget about them and find a nice little surprise today. He stumbled upon a bloodstained envelope. It's a highly motive. It's a highly motivational letter from the future Chris Porter instructions and how to survive the next twenty four hours. omeday interesting Jenny in the mid point is Chris is known to write motivational letters to himself. A buddy he hides sealed envelopes around his place so he'll forget about them and find a nice little surprise always just today. He stumbled upon a bloodstained on envelope. It's going to be okay. The highly motivational letter from the future. Chris Porter Instructions on how to survive the next twenty four hours. I thank you for watching my back. That's never give us any motivational motivational letters. Yeah so did feature Chris give us this. I think future Chris did thank. You signed the midpoint. Eight point is bloodstained. Yeah I think it's true. There's not very many distractions surviving okay. We're at the party. Kinda sucks the DJ. Derek is also. Don't talk about the guy who I now know his Timothy. Yeah that's right goat. Whose name was Jalopy Yeah and then catches us all up like hey guys come over here come over here come over here guys come over here. We left local DANCEFLOOR. We were still waiting by the same scene. Turns to this guy and and I was like. Hey I want you to meet my friends. This is Mickey Johnny Kura. I mean he said Hey nice to meet you yeah. He didn't injuries himself noted Houston sandwiches very awkward his name but but Chris ended up feeling so awkward that he had to. I think you excuse yourself to go outside aside and write a letter. We stayed inside and we hung out with Timothy. 'cause we were like Oh sorry did what was your name. And he said he was like sorry about things not yet though when you hit these social faux pies so often as someone like me does you gotta find ways to like. Help yourself get through through those times and so what I do. is I write a note to my future son. Where did you go to do that way? You forced me to take. You didn't do it yet. I didn't say where I was is explaining how I write these letters. These look on the positive way we go to explain things and we do the podcast. It's so it's trying to go back to the PODCAST. He's look explaining. Look everything and nothing's one two three four we just say yes. I took took jalopy with me so I could write on the back of him. which was terrified pen kept punching through the paper? I go that's cruel. I wasn't used to having the goat. I was puncturing. The hey take pita get Chris. I do like Peter would have. We appear would have so much to say about this show so much I know. So you're writing your motive writing. What you do is when you do something stupid? You then right yourself a motivational letter. So what did you write this letter. Because my pen kept poking through the paper I was trying to the dots right. Yeah I was GONNA say is like hey you forgot this guy's name and you know that's okay because someday people will forget your name and that's going to be okay 'cause you hold it and it's okay you know and then we came out and we were like. Hey Chris so timothy forgot your name but he's also mad at you remember his name So we need to. We gotta take your home and I asked you to take it took you one two one two three four home. Yeah Cooler and I took Timothy One titian about that because zippy references seen a different scene. Is that a change of seasons. Aren't there yet. We were just talking. I'm asking you about coverage. Schnell scene was going somewhere there. Yeah but it says here but you counted in a reference to another area is that is that a scene change so you don't have to count and he'll actually get there because we're still in the same seem you just said well. That was me changing scenes for you guys. Okay Oh the two and I left there most debated with Timothy and went to a one two three four a diner Because we wanted to hang out with timothy more because he was cool back at the apartment that making an Chris went to the one two three four. We were that Chris apartment it was you know. Yeah it's nice art on the walls. I guess it was fine. Yeah Yeah but anyway. Chris Crying Christmas crying a lot. Cry Allied Twenty Twenty. Everybody it's twenty twenty. I'm alive crying so much and I said Chris I don't know what to say to you I don't I know I said you don't have to say anything. Just like dig through dig through my apartment like open up books shakeout my bedsheets on because you don't know this but I have a set of green envelopes billups home and motivational things that I hide for myself. It's like it's like a squirrel bearing ACORNS. Well then open your Bible all and fell people. Bible your call back out fellow green envelope or envelope. However you'd like to say say that and I said I'm sorry that I was annoyed? Chris you just watch I read this never ever. It was like I was really is like caffeine time. I heard you say you just like that in an open letter and he realized is it was covered in blood stains red on the inside. He opened he read it out loud. It said my dearest. I'm seeing as Mickey because you were not you can't just do Johnny. You GotTa do me. The bird. dupuoy's my dearest dearest. Chris Myself going to be very very very very very difficult. Twenty four hours. It's this is highly motivational channel. Because you can do it but you you have to do with their instruction instruction the my instructions on how to survive the next twenty. Eighty four hours of craziness is that you have to find a man named Timothy. Timothy is as serial killer and you have to make sure that he stays away from your friends. Is that the end point. I Love You love Chris from the future ochre up trump book rogue trump uh-huh and I was like Chris. This is crazy and we've also also restarted point. And I well I did say I don't remember writing that and I said but it seems like the future Chris so I don't think you have written it yet. So we're GONNA the endpoint. Would I know that I'm in the future. No all right. Well you think your present Chris Chris time a flat circle no more of a conical article shapes is going to be a switch to being a philosophical podcast when we come back from commercial but I live in Queens in point. uh-huh we broke. Any Kenny broke school. Reporters life is a simulation opt specifically in online multiplayer. VR game yet now in its thirty fifth year players is are finally leaving servers or shutting down and people places and things are disappearing from existence. It's missing in Oxford Comma. Wow Chris needs to up the any and have the most most exciting and unique life experiences bring players back or face digital balloon dancy. That's really a long. I'm GonNa read it again. Help help all right the end point. Chris Porter's life is a simulation specifically in online multiplayer. VR Game Now in its thirty fifth year players are finally only leaving servers or shutting down and people places and things are disappearing from existence. Chris needs to up the ante and have the most exciting and unique life experiences to bring players back or face it digital oblivion. That is insane. It's happening so it's a good one. And who was that submitted by this. This one is submitted by Ponti. Ponte Colon right. Thank you get hurt. I was just trying to make sure I I'd say Cologne Cologne Cologne. Yeah I think it's German. So Mickey is standing there at this bloodstain letter and all of a sudden his hand lake started glitch in a little bit. I can describe it. I know it was really weird and then I'm like Chris I need a break break. Yeah from you. We eat so we took it to a one two three four. We're going to break. This is Jenny. I'm Chris and we would really love it if you would like subscribe and review our show because you know you're spending the time to listen so why not tell us you're listening and if you love it share with your friends if we made you laugh nick someone else less. Yeah I want what do three or four so I didn't work. Rarely just my hand Glee glitched and I was I was like what is that and I was like well. I don't know my hand glitch and I dropped the letter. Are you still waiting for you to drop. Well I would still waiting for the to drop but now at this point I was waiting for an answer and I said I started getting a little freaked out and I wanted to get a hug from my goat jalopy and then like he wasn't there wasn't there. We were searching motivation. Wondering at what point. Were you guys realizing that you should be concerned that your best friends were with a serial serial killer not yet not yet. You're looking for to lock. You notice that jalopy disappeared and was gone so then then we. He decided like wait a minute. He say something about Timothy. Let's get in touch with Jonathan. Gay did say something to you like. This is so crazy. There's no way this is my real life. It just seems so absurd and exciting said. Don't get ahead of yourself Chris. Lawrence increase comes back and yeah so we one two three four got in my car and drove the one to one two three four diner because we guys always go to the same dining the craziest thing as soon as we parked the car we were not in the car anymore. The car just standing in the spot. That's really weird. That seems like a really great way to not have have to deal with parking. But then you can't get anywhere. The promise I paid the guy to park and then it was like my car is not there and I tried to get money back from him and he was like no go. You know you parked the the car. Even though the car is not there anymore no not dates me win in two one tissue diner and went to the one two three four booth where you guys were approached with caution. Yes because we knew that Timothy it was weird she was carrying coffee pot on her bare hands. Like there was no trey no trace. It was really strange. You you guys are being really really weird and we were sitting there having a great time. Jenny had garlic toast as she does. A quick callback job. Man I thought it was avocado. Toast notion that in the morning. This was that garlic says after switching. Take a Lotta food patterns. Don't send her free garlic bread garlic like bread but we were sitting here. We're having a great time. We were just wondering why he was so weird. Yeah Yeah it was. Timothy was great. He was telling us all sorts of jokes that joke he told us there was the one Oh Gosh what was it about. Oh is the one about You know listen was a guy who is drowning and this boat came by four. There's this guy who was drowning inches change because this is you know yeah. I don't think it's impressive. Listen Dammit Hi guys drought wade into water. He's he's having a hard time swimming. This book come inspire like hating any help. He says no I don't God will save me. And they they go away. Another boat comes by and say hey. Do you need any home. He Says No. I don't God will save me. The boat goes away. The Guy Drowns the heaven. He's like God. Why don't you save? He's like you idiot. Sent you to boat. That's good lesson. No No it's a joke but it's like it's you picked a variant Timothy. Pick pay Pittsburgh I Timothy Pickering Barry Intense joke very very deep philosophical mentioned. We're there were we blew making this philosophical then when we came a well we we came to the table then he was finishing joke with something about like slicing. Someone's head off and you guys were laughing and I was like. What do you do when you really bored I? Yeah so we sit down and I was like sorry. Sorry sorry I know encouraged by this point I did. I still did not know his name. I guess so. I was like we don't want to encourage the sky. Yeah even though it was in Europe and I I was like Hey What's your name? Tim Timoti left Timothy. I was like. Yeah Yeah Yeah I got you use the bathroom. You gotTA use the bathroom. uh-huh well from what you're absolutely right. I do need no. Here's the crazy part is that he stood up and walked straight to the bathroom because all of the tables between us and the bathroom had gone. They were Oregon. They were just not there anymore. Yeah also the Coffee Pot was just floating through the air and then all of a sudden yeah and all of a sudden a a symbol pop pop up over your head popped up all having Stravinsky how this seems. Have that thing Over the headlines popped over your head money sign and it was depleting depleting. Yeah Yeah it was. We were like what is happening right. Now Yeah I I and I was like you guys. I don't know what's going on. The world seems topsy-turvy but Timothy is a serial killer and we gotta kill him and they didn't believe so. We had to show you the letter from future Chris and we read it and we were like this is Practicing Motivational get made fun of me for a while. I started crying again. We made up. It's okay it's a whole family. Did say this is pretty damning. What exactly makes you think that this timothy is that Timothy Timothy is a very common name so I said what was that joke? He told about God sending the two boats and there was also a picture of Timothy. Yeah mostly the they also like a really big picture of started saying like you guys like. Didn't you notice that he had had like knives on him at the car but he was all bloody. He was blessed shirt was bloody. I thought it was a toss. It wasn't a costume party. But better thing you costume parties is that yes. Derek dance dance. I don't care what you guys see Derek Outta hair you know. His money sign above. His head is multiplying multiplying. He's got the most. Yeah got like the YELP thing with drilling and my head start trying to like wave at it to see you start spinning inside and then all of a sudden this waitress interest comes over and says you have reached level forty two and we're like what the hell what what we said. No this is the no-ho diner. Yeah that's right. Which is weirdly in downtown? Call it the most because because North Hollywood is downtown. uh-huh sure right. Different Joke is in downtown north. Hollywood so I WANNA go. WHO's allowed? No Oh gosh. Wow Chris depleted even more very. That's very you made reference sooner or was it actually because we were now in one to four downtown. And he didn't do anything about it so I think we were in the diner which we just didn't place where it the change because diner disappeared right. So we're on the streets downtown right. And then my goat bleats back into existence jalopy again only. Yeah I think you need a new disappeared though no I liked it because it was different version of difference talking talking okay and then and then he said see I have to tell you. Oh you do a better than I and we're like what what what's the secret. What completely talking? What was the secret well? At this point the diner disappeared. Go talking our ratio. I it was around this point win the diamond superior above your heads is yes. Yeah in but yours. We're all doing fine. Mine was still depleting. The glow of ours actually stronger under. Yeah who's interesting. But the go told US jalopy to told us You are inside the Chris Porter experience. Yeah and we were like no. Oh No we're not. We're we're here and Chris is there and we're not inside him and he said this is Chris. Christie's life is relation and we all went plant. And we're all playing the game and then he showed us on a screen. Our players the people that are playing and we had remarkably gone into a completely different space. One one two three four and it was like it was a control room. The screen watch the Jalopy. How are are you in charge of all of your outside of the? He's not a good. This is just as form that he likes to take in the game Harris Interesting Adrift. The guy in the room with all the TV's show 'cause that's where my mind ninety dollars jalopy he's a real dude. We treat him like he's a real deal. I know he has his hand. He's just not really a goat and his way of playing the Chris Porter experience was to be my my support goat gotten really bored but he had decided while he spent thirty five. VR In this game. He might as well come back. And just give you a heads up. And that's why he put Timothy in and it's because he was so bored that he needed like he it was GonNa shut the game down. Yeah so we have to. He was saying like you were losing. Because I was so boring you were losing Exponential amount of. I'm said that the people were not buying a huge turn off the people and they were GonNa shut down apparently horrible. Oh horrible jokes that I am then forced to share PAS sections which then become grossly ashamed of so then he said well you have to do is kill Timothy and get back to Derek's and make the beat drop. Yeah he want to specify one thing he said we have to kill Timothy as violently in Atlanta as possible. Yeah in order to drive up and he said it's okay. He's a program I promise and then he winked at three or four times when I don't know what that meant the program. Yeah he's a pro real mercy and so I said cool that me some weapons. We're going to do this. And instead instead of Zapping I just gave you one of the multi and then he said go and all of a sudden the ground started crumbling underneath and we have to run in writing to Timothy Timothy who was running past one the to the bathroom the places dividers on the urinals and I disappeared and he got self conscious. Try Zip up real fast. Yeah and that was her like one. He was distracted for that one moment. We caught up to him. Yeah and then. Chris tackled him. Chris tackled in and then so you were very violent throwing stars. I don't know where she got it all on the fifty There's probably six still in my back. I will get them. Don't it was like Bush. Well he wasn't much she just had throwing stars all over here to really get in then I took that stick a dynamite that I had from not from cool and then I stuck it in one of the holes that had star in it and I lit it and he was like Bre. Aw Thank your but jobs. You've got to go. And then he was a one two three four and we blasted lasted and he was somehow somehow still at least conscious at that point. Yeah Yeah and that's when we were inside the game so he blew up. The parts of the Was Very Realistic Looking. And he did say a few times. I'm actually a real person. I'm I'm not just a program and we were like no from the game master. We know you were not. And that's when he looked up to you he told the one last joke the one last joke. Yes actually it was brilliant joke It is a little bit long though so I wonder is it. Okay if I tell the whole thing last words we should pay but yeah so these guys go up she. They're and they're they're company a building to go up to the top floor. There was the bar after work. And they're sitting there. They're having drink and down. The Bar could company yes absolutely down in the bar is is an old drunkards sitting there and he just kind of hey is chuck. And they're like yeah. Sure whatever the guy goes up to a window whips it open and jumps out and he's falling falling falling. I mean just a few feet before he hits the ground flies back and lands back in the winter. Like what the Shit and he's like. Yeah and they're like how did you do that. He's like buy me a a couple of drinks not say about it and slave go back to the bar they buying a couple of drinks and he's like here's the secret directly below that window is is a subway vent and and if you schedule here if you time it right the updraft is enough to push back in this window. He has to try. And you're like no his quotes. have some more drinks the next few more drinks and into your arms at this point your head and his elbow. Yeah I think he was holding onto the lake but he's still saying you know what. Try It guys come and go and these two guys jump out falling. They're falling they're falling. They're falling they're falling. Slap di no wind at all drunk and he goes and sits down John and the drink. The bartender walks up and gives them a glass. And he says you Real Aso when you're title your real asshole when you're who you crushed his. Hey you just hilarious crushing. They were there and we realize we were working together. One started popping up on baton like in the background came one two three four through again. We were like well. There's only only one thing we can do is to keep this story going and go back to where it all started so we have to make that. Yes we picked up some of the still left pieces of Timothy just in in case we needed drumsticks and so we went back to house one. Yeah okay all right off. A House still had not draw did it. It it is time went up there and I said ladies and gentlemen the Chris Border Experience held up an actual growing that was still covered in dirt. Drop it on the go. Boom boom boom boom here. I mean we did come and tell the story but Yeah you're gonNA Derek's how did we win the game. Wait a minute we just. We did win the game not did he didn't even walk out. He's just not here now Chris Porter experience. Well that's what now. What does does that make us if Chris Porter isn't in the Chris Porter experience anymore? Oh God programs by are we starting over again as BB's Kula we cool. Where'd you go? What Kennedy Kennedy's Yelm scared? Kula Mickey Mickey. I don't see her your hands disappear anymore face. Your earrings are still there though combined Jamie I just want to point out that I experience Thank you for listening to my last. I left hosted by Jim. Curtis crisper Mickey Shallow and cooling concept by Chris. Border and chance levels recorded at Kurkova. 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Episode #51: Teaching Relaxation to Children w/ Marneta Viegas

Beyond Picket Fences

31:05 min | Last month

Episode #51: Teaching Relaxation to Children w/ Marneta Viegas

"Hey it's good to have you here come on in have seat. Welcome to the beyond picket fences. Podcast we are your hosts mandy panicky and naomi marquez against has been running her own businesses and she graduated in performing arts in nineteen ninety-two she set up relaxed kids in two thousand supporting children's mental health and wellbeing and has written twenty books ten published so far and a range of relaxing audios for children and adults. She has developed an award winning seven steps system to teach him relaxation two children and has trained over. Five thousand coaches from over fifty countries. Marnie has recently developed her new project. Ignite your spark club. A membership club for women to experience more joy through fun. Mindfulness and creativity. Please welcome menedez's i need. Are you task to carry you. I'm good well. We are very excited to have marna neta here today. How are you. i'm very well. Thank you wonderful. Where would you like your story to begin. Okay so my story begins I'm gonna stop in nineteen nine t two when i was a children's entertainer and i was entertaining children for from ninety two to about two thousand and over the years i noticed a change in children's behavior so the way i entertain children was a as account i didn't like wiping them up into a frenzy. If they were like that. That would be a party. That was not successful for me. The type of policy. I really loved was when they were eating out of my hand and over the years i noticed that this is becoming more and more difficult to get them eating out of my hand to get the children to be ready calm and relaxed and quiet. The concentration was waning and so i thought they need something here. Something needs to change. And so i started bringing in some relaxation and i stopped taking them on relaxed stories so i remember party way was bedlam. There it was off the schools. They will come back. Have this party. That real hyper. And i thinking this isn't gonna work so i called them lying down and took them on a story adventure. In like using fairy stories imagine jack climbing the beanstalk and floating in the clouds. And what you and the parents were really shocked. And so this is something. This is something and having practice meditation. Since i was twelve. I really believed meditation. Relaxation was the onset. So i i actually went to go on a retreat and i had this idea that i wanna write this book or Even book at the time. I want to write lots of fairy stories and ten them into relaxations. So i took a whole list. Alison wonderland old fairy stories. You know the princess and the pea lying on a bed of twenty mattresses jack and the beanstalk little mermaid swimming free and over that time early in the morning on this meditation retreats when it was ray beautiful i remember sitting right up on a mountain and drinking morning chai and it was rainy relaxing and the three mornings. I wrote the entire book. It just came so quickly. And then i put it away in a drawer full. I think maybe couple of years. Wow yeah maybe a year and a half or so and frightened said. Let's police out the draw. I said i was reading it ted. She was typing them up. 'cause this just handwritten at the time. This is way before. I had a laptop or ipad and says she typed them up. And i was embarrassed as i as i read. She she'd no. Let's keep going. And i sent them off to a publisher publisher loved them and he says two books here so we split the fairy stories on the more nature type meditations and in two thousand and three the two books out but what happened was he said okay. It's going to take a year for these books to get out. And i just i can't wait a year. We need to do something now. So my mother. I'm half english and half indian my father's from goya and my mother was moving back to go. My father passed away when i was eighteen. She loved india and she was wanted to build a house in india so we had our inheritance early so we had to. I think it was forty. Five thousand pounds and the money was bad to put a deposit down for flat in london. And i said i don't want to do that i want to make. Cd's i did. What made me do it all hat money down to make. Cd's i didn't really have time much of an idea of what i was going to do. And so i filled my bedroom with oli cds and i thought well now and then Slightly i built a website but also alongside bill writing cds i Created this very unique method of teaching children to relax using a seven step a relaxation method. Seven steps yeah Taking the from a high energy to a low energy and it was using all the exercises all the experiences. I've picked up from performing arts degree so bringing a breathing exercises for the singing. Dancing drama games stretching. All those things as well as the meditation that i picked up from when i was a child i also did yoga as i was the one in the seventies and eighties was laughed at at school for being vegetarian for eating lentils for doing yoga. All the things that is now so wanted and so needed in. Almost this is the way to live life. it was absolutely. I was floored intensive Bullied for the. He's things then answer. I created this seven step system. And i had some friends. Children come to the house comes. My flat. Small flato was renting and started experimenting every week. I think they would pay one pound or two pounds. And i slowly developed this program and then two thousand and five having had so many people are coming have classes he can. We have classes. I thought i need to start training. So i started my first franchise training in two thousand and five and now that sixty years ago. I think i've trained myself and now trained trainers I've trained over five thousand coaches in nearly fifty countries. That forty five thousand pounds has kept me in as an income for the last twenty one years and it's given other people many many people and income not certainly my stuff but also the coaches who have set up their own really successful businesses. Save now look back. I think forty five thousand pounds wolves a good investment. I don't own my own house. But it's i i don't own my house but i've made many many thousands of maybe even millie. Yeah probably millions because we have so yeah. Millions of homes more peaceful and set up. Feels good when you look at the seven steps. Does that mirror like the shaqra system or is that were did you. yeah now. this is really interesting because the seven steps are Okay why after. How many years am i still remember a move. Says they stopped often. They move around room. Get rid of all the extra energy. Then they play games. They play fun games then. Relaxing aims to bring them down than they stretch than they massage than they breathe than they say affirmations. And then they do. Visualizations now created the seven step system and then it was two his audit creating these seven steps. I was on a plane one day. And i just wish. I read a book about the chat. Chris i didn't know about jack chris before. Even though i had done an yoga as a child. I did not know about the chat. Chris and i was just home during s. You do when you're up in the air. How known this these seven steps. They followed the chat chris. The move is the grounding. The play is the sekou chakra which is creativity. The stretching is the balance the yellow the massages the heart chakra. The breathing is the throat. Chakra affirmations is that Said i and then the visualizations is the crown chakra and i. It was a bit of that moment when i was up in the ad thinking. Whoa now this is interesting but but we pretty much. I was joke about this. We keep kept safe all our chapel in the closet so to speak. Because i never wanted to eighty eight anybody from this lovely system that absolutely works and we know why it works because it's following on actual energy system but i want to any innate any Parents or teachers who may think ots based on some indian tradition. Because it absolutely wasn't it. It was a complete fluke that it it. It follows the chat. Chris hand on heart. It's if your ancestors actually like gave you that information without knowing the i mean if you really look. At the history of spirituality rate and if you believe in spirituality you were given that information to bring it out and put it out there without even having the education behind it. That's fascinating yet. Yes it was very very interesting. Yeah out the child. How were you introduced to yoga. And how were you introduced to the style of eating that you had. How did you stick with it as you were bullied as a child so It was it. Nineteen eighty so. I was about twelve and we went to india on a holiday so as i said before my father through indian. My mom is very white. She's very english. she was both on a foam. So has story is interesting. Bringing on indian back to parents. Navy twenty years older than her in the sixties. That would yeah so on. Simar story is that she got involved in starting to do meditation and yoga. Tactique training to the Teach training and sorry member. Buying there was one book for children. I think it's cooled. Lynn marshall's book yoga books. Children lynn marshall was like the green goddess of yogurt time and she will these lead. Todd's types that matching. And i just remember being so fascinated by this book this child in an all these positions and my sister and i would have new competitions. Keep this position the longest and then intense being bullied. I went to private school and You wanted out to have pat lynch's at this private school. You have to pay to have her expected lunches and they didn't have a vegetarian option and off. They did and i remember saying owner. Sorry vegetarian and they would just pick the me talk at remember. The time thinking. I'm vegetarian amend. We did get compensation to bring in pat lunch so instantly that setting you up to be alienated. You'll the only ones with a pack lunch so And i think yeah. It was lots of snidey comments about lentils and yoga and meditation and then our member. I think one point. Yeah i remember. One point. David ike moving from football. This is a hazy memory. In around ninety five. I think because i was in secondary school and And a friend said and he became spiritual and starts talking about spiritual things and the end of the world and things and they'd be going. Oh space david is your friend. I haven't even heard of him so yeah. All sorts of things like that came throughout primary and secondary school late primary and secondary. 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Do you help them through that process and how to continue the work if it if they do get bullied at school in if it's not something that the other kids are Accustomed to and they want to inc and they need to call themselves down at school or at home or at a friend's house honestly the culture has changed now. It's like seen as the right thing to do to be doing relaxation to be doing you meditation to be doing mindfulness. It's almost gone the other way if you're not doing it that's you're in not the in crowd but it's just seen as this is becoming a way of life and everybody knows that this is good you in fact. I can't believe that that was a time where we didn't see that this wasn't a good thing. It's because it's just so ingrained in in us but in the eighties we ate so badly. And we everything was passed steak and It was all getting things Things are changing now. Children really really ought changing and stuff that they coming out with in terms of wanting to make a difference wanting to make a difference to the world but also for example. One of my coaches in class. Just this week said that she whispered she as she does every day to child five year. Old you you special and the five year old. Five-year-old whispered back. You are loved now. There are so many stories like that. Where you go coaches who are bringing up children on this diet of relaxed kids in. It's just becoming that cutting out off cards for the then. Mums to take to the causes. The moms just do it becomes part of the culture of the home and this is what i say dearly. Want that families and schools. Bring this into the culture. So it's it's it's so embedded that they that it just becomes natural. It was another coach. She hadn't seen her. I think it was of another fi. She might even be full. And she told me she'd she went to says and she was writing out. Affirmation qods making packs of affirmation cards drawing and copying. And it's just magic and this is what we really want because matching when they grow up to be mothers. It's gotta be amazing. The we ought generation have coked in our parents. Generation have coped without tool this. The coping skills are going to be that not just for themselves but for the next generation. And it's going to have a knock on effect talking about generations it so interesting now because this has been going twenty one years the children who are who were my original children on now in late twenty s so my original and i am in touch with a couple of the original people in in my book. I took a picture of the The five who came to my flat. It's very grainy picture now. And because i didn't have a good camera and one of them is eleanor and she Continued that relaxation meditation and says as a result of that it really helped her life and she's now a westend actress performing she just been through Drama school are nash. She's performing an says that all they skills have really helped build confidence and helped keep her calm in a very stressful job. Yeah that's what. I was going to ask you about how you so much. Medication is given to children to manage their energy her. How has that fit into what you're doing. How is that helped parents. Navigating ended up. Yes well the way. I like to see that i. I hope that something like relax. Kids is is something that is done before we get to the need of medication and in the beginning literally p parents and teachers would laugh in my face. I can see them now. At exhibitions of various places at the concept of teaching children to meditate or relax literally laughed and children. Don't need to relax. That's absolutely ridiculous and yet we're happy to poss- across a pale and for me. I'm thinking wha-what's ridiculous because we know now with all the research that meditation relaxation literally changes children's brains positive affirmations Growth mindset all that can change. i'm not theoretical based so. Please don't ask me theory questions. I just know that this works. And there is a whole bunch of fairy out there. But i have always said i'm not the fairest. I have just come from a purely practical. What i can see. I can see. This is making a change in children's behavior. I've seen children who have had. Adhd been scaling the walls before my classes and just thinking gosh how we can do this and then by the end. They are asleep because they are shattered because their brains. Just haven't had a chance to to relax and it's just like it's home is soccer. Relief isn't it. It's like finding this moisture in the middle of a deficit This is that their their brains are like and they finally have those moments when they let go and when they let themselves go and surrender to it. That's why the magic ace. Yeah so yeah in terms of your question of. Where do i stand in terms of where we worked to. Generally i say relaxed kids is a preventative and it can support. What wherever children are. So you said you're you're still coaching me. No i have to because on the the all the other parts business now yet. But i was so when you are teaching You said you were coaching coaches or teaching coaches. Were these parents or were they teachers or both a real mix so Okay so i've been in two schools. And i've trained schoolteachers own. I have just done a relaxation for teaches to To help them relax because again. It's like a it's a triumph Effect we need to work with the children. We need to wet with the parents. His are lots of the stress anxiety. Children will be reflecting. We'll be marrying whatever the parents are going through. Even if they're not children will be marrying site. You have a dog often. The problem is is is the iona. I i put my hand up. I haven't trained for lady was arrested and say it's about working with the children. Is that working with the parents. And then working teachers and my ultimate dream for pathak's relaxed kids child or child who is getting this path in concoction. If you like would be that going to classes with our coaches that the parents are doing. Relax kids with them in a family way relaxing at home farrell working on themselves that doing that own meditational yoga or or relaxing Mindfulness a wet. That means to them whether it's mindful walking and also the teachers are doing the relaxation in school with the children. And also ideally having that. I'm practice so you can see how knock-on effect of everybody in this situation. Everyone's fading relaxing so they can be each other in a more relaxed state so Yes i have taught teaches. I have also trained teachers to do this with the children. And then i have trained parents to do it with the young children but parents will teaches to become coaches so to train. And have if you like a franchise and run their own classes and then they can train They can teach parents. They can teach children and they can teach teaches. Yeah so if i'm a parent and i am. Parents and i'm listening or a teacher is available. Are there videos online. How would they learn about relaxed. Kids yes so Lots of different ways. We are got audio's if you want to do relaxation as a teacher or a parent you can listen to an audio off. The realizations a whole variety for ages all the way down to in half toddlers to teens and also audios for adults maintain komi break meditations. So all covid. I will cycle the books which parents will read to the children at bedtime. Ofter off to story time and a half a relaxation so really and juices beautiful beautiful sleep. And then i have my training program which is online us video so if anyone wants to train to be a coach that they can go online and they can do that and then i have two more programs which are coming soon full parents and teaches and there will be an online aspect so whatever country you're in you will be able to get that but so i just watched the space on the website Full days yeah. Tastic and you In our last conversation you brief- briefly told us about a new passion of working with adults Would you kind of briefly go over that. And then we're going to actually record a as second podcast to go more into that a case. My new little project is ignite. You'll creative spa. Can i fail that. I've worked so much for the last twenty one years well. Plus last night. He said two years with children with creativity. And i've just felt creativity is my thing and now i want to work with mums with women to help them find that creative spark step out that that the same old same old and find that mindful colorful beautiful amazing wondrous world that is inside can reflect outside so they can feel. They're living life. That's the way they want to live raw than just Alive can just find sometimes life. Our lives can be monotonous but bringing out the creativity so making an ordinary life extraordinary. And that's my ignite jewel. Spock club which i've just known each day. That's exciting Before we wrap up your podcast episode. I wanted to go over some grandma. I have four grandkids and a Let meditation into my life about four years ago so my youngest was two and my oldest was nine and i started incorporating them into my meditations. Were just asking questions. And it's like oh come lay with me. And it was truly fascinating. All four of them would lay down and meditate. I would guide them. You know. I just whatever came to me i did. I'm not an expert. But just to showcase how amazing it is and how kids just they really desire that calmness and that connection that you get during meditation and they mirror each other they wanna do at other kids are doing they want to do at their parents are doing. They wanted to what their grandparents are doing. And i was such a young mom. When in my twenties we had four kids that i didn't raise my children with the same Tools so wanted to help you know my grandkids and It's been beautiful absolutely beautiful. So i encourage anybody to pop onto your website and really look into it deeper because it is truly helped connection. I have with my grandchildren and my grandchildren have with each other and their parents. And it's it's beautiful amazing. That is so magical when you see parents and grandparents coming together with their child and having that the increases the moment so beautiful. Thanks for coming on appreciate it. Thank you thank you bye-bye happy.

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Conservative Circus Clown of the Week: Gov. Gretchen Whitmer

The Conservative Circus w/ James T. Harris

04:30 min | 7 months ago

Conservative Circus Clown of the Week: Gov. Gretchen Whitmer

"Goal masking forages. Tim more degrees. You know just a little bit just a little bit of help. I get a little bit of help. You lead such a hard life this very difficult. It's very difficult life. That i live getting up at the crack of dawn trying to sift through chris christie. Stop no chris. Christie is not our clown the week for being a turncoat for being a traitorous wretch. Now are klarna. The week is it is a democrat and once again democrats just have this knack of ruining christmas. Let me say tried to ruin christmas. We had a liberal santa claus. You know trying to ruin the kid's christmas little kid one a little nerf gun in the asset. Santa said no guns. no guns. Can't the mom said it's a nerve gun not even a nerve gun mind you just stay in your lane. I'm santa claus little boy here. You wanna transgender doll. You want something else. There little kid ended up. Crying was brutal brutal but thank god we had the real santa claus show up and give the kid and nerve gun and he got a bunch nerf guns and a matter of fact. There's a whole nerf gun. Charity came out of that thing and this kid got instagram page. And now he's like a head of nerve gun army. I hadn't happy ending for the people and michigan though. Well that only do they have a liberal santa claus problem they got a crazy governor teaming up with santa claus to ruin kids. Christmases suggested do is look at governor. Does telling all the people of the great state of michigan to do the. We'll show go wash your hands and make sure you wear your masks outside your home and another way to stay safe during the holiday is to stay home but call your grandparents and your cousins and your family and it's the safest way to tell the people you love how much you care about them. This year has to look a little bit different so we can stay safe. That's the governor. Christy whitman gretchen. Whitmer jack chris. i'm. I'm stuck on chris. Christie gretchen whitmer. We're trying to destroy christmas. Santa claus she opted another fake santa claus to come out here and repeat the lions from the. Cdc where a mask wash your hands. Stay socially distanced. This is what santa claus is telling the children in michigan. Then you've got governor whitman coming on to dublin down. Don't even stay away from people. It you go ahead and you know face time to parents. It's it's this. Big double is despicable on. The left is tried to ruin everything. Everything they touch They ruin and that is why this week. The conservative circus clown of the week brought to you by tombstone. Technical is that daft. Santa claus in michigan and governor whitman up wartime time. Ross of santa claus all giving instruction to the to the children's his of the world would suggested is governor does you. All bras is santa claus. They're wearing a mask. Think santa claus is wearing a mask as he's given you destruction to children wall. If it's a fraudulent santa claus wouldn't the beard. Be the mask you would think or you get paying. Pull the beard up over his face when he's talking because stick like that. But i think santa claus here is sounds to me like. He's wearing a mask or ireland. Suggested is governor does. Tell all the people i i get sick of people talking to me when now wearing a mask because muffled is like this is something that grates on me. I wonder if he grates on other people. You you're not meant to speak with a mask or if you're gonna wear masks just shut the halifax up stop talking. But don't talk to do that mask. It reminds me of dr care. Chris just droning on and to the point where. I can't understand exactly what's happening because of the tone inflections. They're getting muffled out by the mask.

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Big Papi goes public - Red Soxs potential SPAC. Twilios gold shovel. Fashions QVC-ification.

Snacks Daily

20:01 min | 10 months ago

Big Papi goes public - Red Soxs potential SPAC. Twilios gold shovel. Fashions QVC-ification.

"Nick this Jack and this is snacks. Daily eight is Tuesday October thirteen happy teaboy, Tuesday. This is the best one yet she act this way what we did yesterday and stocks jumped First Story Jack. What do we got rid? SOX Nation is the first fan base to form an identity around hating another team. Now, the antiach he's reportedly planning to go public. This is a big one for a second story. When you're uber driver calls you to say that they've arrived they're actually using Ilia. They're also probably five minutes away from where you are. That's fifty billion dollar shovel provider to the APP gold rush for our third and final stories knackers in third grade. You probably stay home sick once or twice, and you might have watch QVC on television. Yes. Now Fashion Brands Jack are seeing themselves the old, diy. QVC. Jackie. Dream the hamburger was. KNACKERS happy. which is it's not just any teaboy. Tuesday to now? No No, no no. No. Four are Scandinavians knackers. This is the worst one. Yet that's right. It's the National Day of failure over and finless. Yeah. Can I got tipped off to this by legendary snacker? Lloyd. Brahmin in Philadelphia he's been celebrating every year the fins are celebrating an entire day. Devoted to making mistakes messing classic. If you make a mistake today, you've got carte blanche excuse cards. You say was Finland's National Day affair. Sorry for spilling hot coffee the but after all it is national day I'm sure that will work out well, and I know someone who can south with them things on your thigh when he got things on your thoughts. I thing in Finland business leaders and celebrities they're speaking up in going public about times that they've picked up in life. So Jack I jumped and snacks out notice. It's like the full realm finish business celebrities they got over an executive at Nokia, the creator of angry birds, the popular mobile classic head coach of the National Ice Hockey team who's like a Number one over the Pantheon of business wisdom in the country of Finland have all announced their past failures on this day. October thirteen. Now, the idea here is they're encouraging you to try something out because failing is okay and eventually you'll get by maybe you try torching that Carameli- souffle yourself on the stove or asking someone out on their first date even. Present show, they're going to reject around a hundred percent but jack and I have got an ounce got our own failures today jacked WanNa kick things off made Alex. breakfast today flipped it on a broken a Yoki spinach cheddar cheese mess. Non Mistake that's delicious. But tried making hands free phone call to mom through Siri Jack end up cursing Syria instead phone call mom mobile no mobile no matthew now not hauling Matthew Not Matthew. Let's hit a three story. Daily. Food is candy. They don't reflect the views of robinhood family stolen. Just so Recommending any securities nope. Not a research report or investment by snape offer or sale of security by. Digestible business news video. Financial LLC member FINRA. S. See. Our first story, the Boston Red Sox just had their worst season in years. So they're reportedly trying out and finance to become the first American baseball team to IPO. Honestly, it beats the minors but ticker symbol Jack where within your socks socks spell socks no socks s Awa KS or he could go no Ma but you could do one or two as on that thing, I like the babe. ABC to show that they're really just owning that curse that they're over it or Jack maybe a living in the south end you WanNa go a little bit more low key Ego C. T. G. O.. That's an Easter egg for the real monsters out there or how about dvr. Deborah Toe, pumps hazelnut. smackers. This story is about Fenway Sports, Group A company owned by billionaire John Henry Yeah not too shabby also owns and operates Boston Red Sox Park and Liverpool football club because this is a classy organization and this story is also about Red Ball acquisition a publicly traded company right now and the company has one job bill buckner grabs ground balls red ball acquisition acquires private companies take some public. I actually don't think that sports analogy works because Bill Buckner didn't get the ground ball is national failure day. So Red Ball acquisition is a SPEC. It's controlled by billy bean the famous. Athletics. GM from the movie and Book Moneyball who else was accomplished two of our life goals I becoming a PF WTN person familiar with the matter and second Jack Getting cast as Brad Pitt in a move not too shabby. Now, the news here is that red, ball acquisition Corp. is going to be acquiring fenway, which means eight facto by the transit of property. The Red Sox will become a publicly traded stock talks are still preliminary. Fall through it's not official yet. But if it is the Red Sox organization Fenway Sports, group will be worth eight billion dollars about any ESPN's already like six thirty for thirty, six part films on this nick in. America, has four major sports. I think that's what they're. All right. Right. We call it that we're going around to that number the NBA the MLB, the NFL NHL There are one, hundred, twenty, three team, and they're all technically private companies with just. A few really interesting exceptions. Okay. The Green Bay packers love to Brag that are owned by their fans. Yes. Let's the stocks not traded on stock markets. You can only give this stock as a gift like for a Bar Mitzvah it's a certificate you frame and you're putting your man cave the base worth throwing that one on the a wedding registry ETF. The Atlanta braves are also owned by a much larger conglomerate that happens to on the Atlanta braves. Yes. They are and Madison Square Garden Sports is the stock that owns the rangers and the Knicks Down in New York, and then across the pond you got Manchester United, which is a straight up like UK based publicly traded stock with a soccer otherwise be science. Those really interesting examples. Ninety nine percent of sports follows this single ownership structure. You have one incredibly wealthy guy who owns the company Jerry Jones Dallas Cowboys kicks up his boots doesn't do much else and. If no one incredibly person you have a consortium of incredibly wealthy owners. That's the other option check the more the Merrier, the Miami Marlins, why not get jeeter Jordan and a private equity guy in thirteen really wealthy Floridians in a room together but the Red Sox, this could be different if this SPAC was issued goes through Red Sox stock could be owned by anyone who's got a brokerage account and money to invest but here's the thing snacker sports team financials. They're shrouded in secrecy. got to see the books so to speak, but as a publicly traded company, the Red Sox would have to tell us every. For example, they'd have to tell potential investors how much the green pink costs to paint that giant four, hundred, twenty foot out there monster Jack Chris sale signing a positive roi is the Jimmy Buffett concert bring in more money than the John Mayer concert I don't think. So trick question both more entertaining than the red sox. So Jack, what is the takeaway for buddies? Over the Red Sox? We have a new category of investor. We gotTA talk. About. This, we do the die hard investor Yip, the fan investors and other company by the way with its heart. Also, in Boston, Barstool sports are still just like the Red Sox has a following of die hard fan, and now Barstool is owned by Penn National Gaming up publicly traded casino and gambling company and lots of fans of Barstool are also becoming fans of Penn National Gaming Stock. The stock of gaming is so high right now it's like baffling stock analysts it's tripled in two thousand, Twenty Penn National Gaming has and that doesn't seem to be fueled by fundamental stock announced. Coincidence, Yak because the loyalty of Red Sox fans also baffles most human beings as well. Yeah. So the current owner of the Red Sox organization, John Henry, he thinks that die hard fan nece could also translate to Red Sox talk if you've got a calf tattoo, you're probably going to buy the stock as well. If that happens nick and the stock manages to get die hard Red Sox fans as investors, Aka fan busters then the stock of red sox could lift even if acid more with big PAPI than. Baker earnings four our second story TWI- Leo. Just made its biggest acquisition ever you know out, but you probably used it today definitely. But here's the thing about twelve snappers the technology behind Williams like it's just it's just really hard to explain. So the founder of twilly has his favorite move that he likes to pull out like dinner parties or pitches VC don't joke. This is like the party trick of Sandhill road he actually used to do this guy's name is Jeff Lawson. Any tells the people in the room Ever got a phone call from Uber when the drivers circling the block and can't find you. So he calls you but you never gave them your phone number. No, you didn't. You didn't end by the way. The AP says that he's three minutes away. There's no way. He's not at least ten minutes away or have you ever logged into your wells fargo account and they're like sure you can log in but what four digit number do we just texture always never going to be two of the same digits little trick question over. There they're playing with you or when match APP pairs you with Mr and Mrs Right Yeah but they don't give away the phone number. Now case there Mr and Mrs Wrong or you don with instant card and robs texting you from the store he subbing out the peach nectarine and wants to know if you're down with the baby Bok Choy, not the real big boxer and it can be blown away by this pretty much any abuse to chat with somebody else you're chatting through twilly or Jeff Larson. What's eight you see that? That's. The Dinner Party track. Now, the core product of Twi- Leo is anonymous and direct customer communication and he started texting then they expanded to email. Then they're doing phone calls. Now they're doing the whole website customer service situation, the IP in two, thousand sixteen, and now they're worth fifty, billion dollars Nick Translation five lifts five left's and the stock has nearly tripled this year because the pandemic is causing a sudden diversification, one of the customer base. Their main customers always used to be the GIG APPS that you're seeing because he had to connect the GIG worker with you. But now J. Crew is using twenty to live chat with customers for on shop or maybe you're planning to donate to a political campaign Syria and emails from them every six minutes. That's twenty that's probably twenty trillion or you're getting a document from a doctor about that thing on your thoughts that you just checked up. Well, that's all happening online and twilly making the interaction APP companies that used to rely an person to. Customer Communications they turned to William during the pandemic for distance digital communication will the company twilly just splurge three point, two, billion dollars their biggest amount ever on an acquisition for a startup that helps move customer service information on you from one APP to another APP and toil jumped eight percent yesterday because they own the customer relationship arguably more than the customers in the APP store. It's awkward his own in this situation here. So Jack, what's the takeaway for our buddies over twilly for every gold miner ask who sold them their tool snacks you know the consumer facing companies who are winning today in the corona economy. NETFLIX's stock almost doubled them. Almost tripled down. KOMO's quadruple. They all struck gold in the current economy. Miners don't dig with their bare hands. They used tools to find that goal. What kind of a minor would that be the tools leg shop I? It's behind the scenes helping sephora sell makeup online or maybe it's Scots Miracle Grow which is providing the fertilizer that like every cannabis startup is using right now Twi- Leo is another shovel seller in the gold rush and crazily it's probably the one you interact with the most five minutes ago four third and final story. This one's wild fashion brands are starting their own QVC style shopping channel because online shopping can be lonely to. Be. See the original influence or out of our generation, what it stands for now but you one hundred percent need this bop that's on Qvc read our Val, ten thousand tweets about what that stands for check. Back in the nineties Nicaragua Checkout Cable TV. There's one Channel One hundred percent dedicated to selling things you're GONNA screw up you're GONNA go to usually channel eight and by the way if you're an astrology for this, you can still get QBC on Roku Amazon fire stick but this show was a show without a shout no wasn't it was like the original Seinfeld it was a nonstop commercial the whole thing the whole thirty minute block is just a commercial trying to sell you something boom jewelry decorations kitchen really think the host mimics the in store personal shopper to get you to buy these interact with. You and there was a nice like common touch vis-a-vis the phone calls from viewers which the hosts accepted lot. Yeah. There was Jack. Hey. It's Doug from Bennington are these dockers GonNa look good for my anniversary. Doug. Yes. These would be perfect for your anniversary debtor doug these are only intended for your anniversary. Now, QVC is a close relative to the infomercial. Billy mays here good point point because there's always four easy payments of ninety nine and the shipping and handling is not include no cash on delivery please pay shipping and churches that despite all that there's actually demand for QVC like video shows from cable. Cutting online shoppers today, this is the story that Jack and I found in the Wall Street Journal and found fascinating apparently thirteen thousand people tuned in live on Tommy Hilfiger website to watch. Tommy Hilfiger, fall collection. It's a show hosted by models, influencers and celebrities showing off Tommy's blue and white. Sherpa jacket for only eighty, nine, ninety, nine. So broadcast just like Tommy figures are going direct to consumer from fashion brands website or on its Youtube Pager on instagram page along with some one click add to cart options that are very handy. This has already been a thing in China where Tommy Hilfiger had one. livestream show recently with fourteen million viewers does again be game to finals nine million viewers. They actually showed a Hoodie during this event boom one point three, thousand of those hoodies into minutes. There are two big behavioral issues Nick and I have pointed out here with my job at Jack and I chat about this pretty much every day that they're too many options, and then there's too little imagination when it comes to ECOMMERCE. If you're shopping online, you're overwhelmed with like literally a trillion things you could boss Ocher, you need like someone just to support you psychologically through the purchase. So instead these companies are doing. A fashion event showcases with only ten items looking at ten sharp picks from our Spring Twenty twenty one collection snack as you've heard, say that content is King Will Jack and I like to point out that curation is the queen. That's why they're shown you the oversized ball cardigans super cozy for your post work from home chill. All right. So that's to handle. All the like too many options problem with online sales. But how about the two little imagination problem check? That's why the fashionable hosts of these shows explain the item and help you envision actually owning and wear care is going to show you what to wear how to wear when to wear wide aware to make sure you're actually wearing it doug for that anniversary in. Bennington so many options to little imagination fashion brands are launching their own QVC like streaming shows to solve those two problems sue jack what's the takeaway for buddies over in the fashion industry without storefronts catalyzer dressing rooms fashion has to get creative Jack what do I have to do to get you in these genes? The gap person who said that to me they're? Standing beside mannequins who are wearing the perfect ensemble for you to think about it. Then Jackson and get escorted by store associate all the way to the lovely dressing room where Jack is told those look fantastic and were made for you and I was probably flipping through the catalog licking my finger before mood past each pay or like a magazine till I, figure this. It's all up to the buyer suit of clothes sales. These fashioned brands are embracing video on their own platforms to take the pressure off of the alternative of those QVC style shows is like the rat race on instagram and facebook where ads are extremely expensive. So producing one low key fashion show a season is a super cost effective way to sell those fancy bell-bottoms we're thinking Shimmer we have these kinds of QVC style shows for everything not just fashion cars we're looking at you. Jack, Kenya whip up the takeaways force over there. The Boston Red Sox are reportedly talking to billy being spec about going public. That's spat could benefit from Diehard Investors Aka faster for second-story Twi- Leo is enabling the APPS you love to chat with you. So it still in customer service shovels in the digital APP economy for a third and final store QVC style shopping shows are getting resurrected online by fashion brands. My shopping can be so lonely. So brands are launching something free to been shopped. Now time for our snack factor the day this one tweeted in by Chris lemke in Lovely Grand Rapids Michigan Jack Aka he calls it beer city he did I mean founders is based there but one US based that is it is not plural beer can be single but now I'll tell you what is based there is former president of the united. States Gerald Ford Aka the only president who was never elected president the only president who was never elected president. Now, this is just a snack factor pull over here because that wasn't even Christmas snack what he did Tweeden was that the US dollar is the reserve currency. It's not an official title, but you can kind of see that it's true considering sixty. Five other countries in the world peg the value of their local currency to the US dollar. But it doesn't stop there as Chris pointed out the US dollar is also the official currency of five US territories and seven different sovereign nations Ecuador Zimbabwe, out Salvador they all they're like, yeah. We'll just use the US dollar. Yeah. It turns out that over half. Of the US dollars printed or actually used outside the United States, we're still questioning that beer city title though Grand Rapids Michigan in the meantime those knackers you'll look fantastic for a t by Tuesday happy failure happy failure day texture buddies h. y. h. y. h. y., and apologized for national failure of you have you have you have you had your snack. 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An NBA return is imminent

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

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An NBA return is imminent

"They are sports illustrate made incredible body of or I really appreciate. The integrity is well on great job. We love it. Luckily Bank Keys Kris Menace. These employed by sports illustrated. The announcers got it informed. This is the crossover NBA. Podcast you have a problem with it. Build a team that can beat of hosted by the thank God mannix. Welcome back to your other episode of the Crossover NBA. Podcast got a great show lined up for you as the answer into what could be pretty busy time in the NBA Howard Beck senior. Nba writer over bleacher report. He joins me to run through all the news of the week. We've got a call with the general managers with the NBA officials on Thursday. A Board of governors meeting on Friday. And hopefully some kind of clarity about win the NBA return. I talked to Howard about all the different scenarios that are being kicked around in league circles right now a little bit later on Jack Mccallum Hall of Fame Basketball Writer with sports illustrated. He has a terrific new podcast series. Outright now called the Dream Team tapes. I talked to Jack about the process of making that That podcast and some of the more interesting levels to it with Michael Jordan. His relationship with Isaiah. Thomas Chuck Daly Jack mccloskey their relationship with Isaiah Thomas all that and much more with the Great Jack McCallum quick housekeeping. Note if you like this podcast very easy way. You can support it head over apple podcasts. Post a comment leave a rating. It's simple it's easy it's free. It's the best way to make sure that we keep doing this podcast week after week. That's it onto my conversation with Howard Beck you joining me now on the podcast where the best. Nba writers out there with bleacher report. He's also a major star in the game of zones universe. He is the Great Howard Beck Coward. You have well first of all. Let me say I am envious of your Avatar on social media. Which is your game zones character and I I listened I listened to your podcast with a two co creators of the show. And I'm not sure how I feel about being told that I was on the cutting room floor like I think at the beginning of the bug is like how do we get everybody in. How do we get Tracy McGrady Kris? Maddox I'm like I was just getting picked last and kick ball like I'm on the outside looking in their sad day. That's a tough. That's a tough beat for Chris Mannix. That's rough I mean. Listen on the plus side. You didn't get torched by a swamp Dragon Zach. Lowe's is barbecue now so I mean it's a high honor getting getting torched by the dragon on the other hand. You're still safe and sound somewhere in the northeast so I think there was. An oppor could have been like opportunity. Missed to have me running from the media del to go cover boxing. I could have been fleeing from the media. Dealt the gover- something. That's a little too close to Real Life Chris. I know that's true we are. We are hitting very close to home on that one so I wanNA touch base the our because as record this on Thursday morning it feels like this should be a seminal week for the NBA. Thursday nights Thursday afternoon. There's going to be a call with journal. Managers Board of Governors on Friday and those are usually moments where issues are resolved. Certainly talked about at the highest levels. And I'll tell you I mean you talked to a lot of people throughout the league and the ones I've talked to. I can't get a clear answer on on what the plan is. It just still seems like there's a people passionate about doing things one way on one side people passionate about doing it one way or the other side. The only real strong sense I get is that most GM's I talked. Look we want to do things x way but if the NBA says? We're going to a why we'll do it for the financial health of the League. We will go along with the flow and not you know too much about about all this. I mean what are you hear out there about where the NBA is with plans to kind of move because they will move forward in some capacity? It's just very hard for me anyway to get a clear answer on on what. It's GonNa look like Christmas is one of those times when people like us talk about the NBA. What's the NBA going to do and at a time like this the NBA more than ever is not an entity? It's a bazillion sub entities right. There's what Adam Silver Mike see is the best vision for how to proceed and resume play. There's what his lieutenants and his advisors and all the people employed to map out possible scenarios for playoffs and Nick season. There's what they may want to do. There's the thirty owners and then there's their thirty. Gm's who may not agree and probably don't necessarily with the owners and then there's the thirty coaches and there's the four hundred and fifty players and Michelle Roberts and so you know you have these constituencies. Who like broadly speaking could all agree? Yes we would like to get things going in. Yes we'd like to turn the money machine back on so we all get paid so that we don't just destroy the salary cap entire economic structure. Not just for this season but years to come they can agree on the broad outline but when it gets down to the details. Which is what you're really alluding to. Its well all right. How many teams? You're going to the bubble. For how long is it a play in tournament? Is that this World Cup style pool. Play the details of the issue now and how much people like. How high of a priority is for you as the Orlando Magic or the Detroit Pistons or whoever to go and play? What is the payoff? Because Dame Lillard told Chris Haines this week and I look props to today for being very honest about this being candid about it and not worrying about backlash or people might criticize. He's right if you don't feel any particular motivation. If like after three months off your training just to go there to play a handful of Exhibition Games so that the playoff teams the contenders can warm up against you. And then you leave and you go home again and you're off for another couple of months until the next season. What's what's the point. I don't I absolutely sympathize with that point of view. This is very abnormal situation to say the least and training just the idea of coming back to play three four or five exhibition games or or whatever. The regular season games that get tacked on the standings it just doesn't feel meaningful and that makes it hard to manufacture your your intensity and your motivation in a game. So there's just so many on that point. Let me give you the counter argument to that. Look I respect Damian. Little for saying what he said and I know based on conversations with agents and other players even that he's not alone in that thought like they're certainly star level players on bad teams are like what's the point of me coming back. I mean the argument. Is you coming back not just to serve? As EXHIBITION FODDER FOR PLAYOFF TEAMS. You're coming back. Theoretically to help your franchise resolve the financial obligation have regional affiliates. I mean that's a big part of all this to like. I mean Lillard I get it. You don't WanNa go through a three week training camp to play five to ten games that that don't really give you a chance to get into the postseason but at the same time like you not get paid like they're doing this refinancial reasons players have an obligation to live up to that like you have to fulfil your contract and sitting out. I mean if I was the NBA. The Blazers I'd say look you. You can feel free to sit out but you're not going to get paid for this period time except Chris that we already have precedent for this in that in normal regular seasons when teams. Fayed out of the playoff picture. They Start Resting Stars and start start messing themselves and that that nagging ankle injury that you've been playing through for a few weeks or months or whatever you say you know what now. It's not worth it. Because we're too far out of contention so we already have precedent for this players have already and teams have already by design done this enormous regular seasons. We'll get down the stretch of late March April. So it's not crazy now. These are unusual circumstances to say the least and it's really critical for the NBA to salvage it season to salvage its revenue stream in and I don't disagree with you that yes maybe they all have some obligation to just even if you don't feel motivated even if you think it's not worth the injury risk even if you don't think it's worth the Kobe exposure risk or the coronavirus exposure wrist. Maybe they all have an obligation together to do whatever they have to do. And if that means training just to play a few games and then leave again you do it. But that's easy for you. United say like I don't. I'm not going to lecture any of these guys to say you have an obligation or you should give up your paycheck as I've seen fan screaming. It's up to them. There are risks involved injury risk various kinds of health risks and certainly the corona virus risks. And it's this when you signed the contract you didn't sign up for two months of sequester in at Disneyworld without your family. Potentially just you could play a handful of game so the circumstances have changed so I don't feel like we should insist on anything from anyone at all opinions among NBA players and coaches. Forget the fans the public all opinions by them valid because this is a very different circumstance and unique risks that they have not had to consider before. So that's one of the hurdles that the NBA and teams are still discussing as recently as Wednesday from when I talked to a couple of people Who Bring Back. How many Games did bring people back? Do you go just the top sixteen. Do you go with everybody and have finished out some kind of season. I think that's still on some level being discussed the other issue like the NBA's past the point of being worried about the optics of buying twenty thousand tests. They're just past that they're going to they're going to do that. That's not an issue the NHL is going to do it as well. I think that people feel like it's it's prevalent enough for its widespread enough across the country that you don't look like hoarding tests at this point in doing it in that way but you mentioned the bubble and they don't love the term bubble. I know that the campus or whatever you WANNA call it a more. They say the bubble. Yeah yeah I know exactly who to bring in there. I think is still a very interesting question because I mean the safest way to do. This is to bring the sixteen teams. There Bring the coaching staff a minimum amount of personnel quarantine them all in one large location and push board. But you saw the reports this week out of. Espn you know. They're going to allow players to bring a certain member of family members down there and that's great for the players but doesn't that naturally increase the risk that you could have widespread infection if you've got you know a mom and her kid out in the Disney world campus in one of them contracts it and pass it on to dad who goes to practice who passed on some of the people. I mean. There's so much unknown our about the spread of this virus that this just feels like it's. It's an almost an unnecessary risk. I understand players. Don't want to go down there alone. I get that and I can understand that. But in order to ensure the safest possible environments shouldn't go beat to minimize the number of people that are involved with it. Yeah I've been saying that this entire time Chris. I feel like there's a pretty basic principle here when it comes to risk the risk of spread the risk of players contracting it spreading it to each other and all this the fewer bodies the the last the risk the more people you bring down there the more people you put in the bubble the more risk there is now if it's a really airtight bubble To Take it one step further then. Maybe it doesn't matter. Maybe you could have ten thousand people in the bubble and there's no risk because it's going to be absolute locked down but I think because it's pretty clear that people don't want absolute lockdown in the first place and Disneyworld this reopening like Disneyworld is starting to process right but we don't expect it like the players or their families and their day to day routine in the NBA bubble. We're going to be intersecting. With the general public's bubble of people who are going to ride the matterhorn. So I think we can assume while we don't have the details and that's the big thing here all these questions. We ask all these these these things we discussed it all really depends on how the NBA sets this up and we don't know those details yet so we'll have a we'll be able to judge us a lot better pretty soon presumably but I would say generally speaking. It's very clear. Fewer people is better than more people. Fewer teams is better than more teams from a risk management standpoint from a logistics standpoint. And also I just think that at a time like this we cannot be cut up and things like a quaint notion of fairness. Oh well the Pelicans were only this far out of the plan. There's no fairness at this point. The coronavirus has rendered the whole world and unfair place. And so you cannot quibble. And that's easy for me to say I'm not Zion David Griffin. I'm not Pelicans Fan. Who wants to see that happen? I I get it. I just think that at a time like this you streamline it you is necessary to get the season done or the playoffs done in a champion crowned with the least amount of risk possible the least amount of impact on the broader society possible. And and. That's that so again easy for me to say because I don't have to worry about the dollars lost but I think broadly on principle. Yeah bring the top eight in the east and the top eight in the West. Go play the playoffs and if you have to do best of three first round. I'm all in for that because I think that would be more fun anyway. Best of five second round. Go to best seven for conference files and files whatever but you have to minimize the number of people and minimize the amount of time that everybody has to spend their two things one your big matterhorn guy. Is that your great. Yeah I was always big thunder mountain guy. That's pretty good space. Mountain's phenomenal space flying around the dark and they're also forgot the Sacramento Kings by the way. Don't exclude them from the disappointed list. If they don't come back still right there. Three Games. Back Howard in the mix. And it was feisty kings Nath medically possible still possible I still. I think we should just do what they did. In game of thrones and merge them with the sons and see if the sun kings to make a run maybe merge all three of those teams together and make them a playoff team. You'RE GONNA have put a pretty good team with the the Pelicans the Blazers and the Sacramento Kings kings would make it but ice doctors making it. Come on Buddy. He'll Darren but benched guy with Damian Lillard Lillard mccollum and Fox pretty good backward combination. One thing you mentioned was go best. Two three maybe do something shorter. How concerned should the NBA about the viability of the champion this year? I mean it seemed to me when silver came out on his call. I believe it was the players. Awhile back it's hard to figure out what which one of these calls. Which but he said he wants to do. Best to seven. He wanted to be this to be a beginning in the first round. Best of seven all the way throughout and interpreted that as the NBA's way of trying to protect the integrity of the postseason to make it as legitimate as possible. I'm not sure that's possible. I think you're gonNA always have people they're going to say. This is an asterix season. God forbid the Lakers win and Lebron gets another tidal. It's going to be. I mean this is going to be talked about for the end of the end of time with Lebron's championships but I mean how how important it is or should it be for the NBA to crown a champion this year. I mean should they. Should they say that the whatever comes out of this season is is the the two thousand twenty? Nba Champion? Well I mean there's no point in having a champion if you're not going to say that this is just as legitimate champion of any other season right so now. I think it's fair to say because we know just how human nature is how fans are. Now we in the media are the more things. Change Chris the more variables you change up to make this more foreign to prior postseasons more. This feels strange and an outlier. The more likely it is that more people will see it in a skewed way and start slapping on one asterisk eight asks whatever that said you know we just talked about. The Spurs is a Great Dynasty. That won five championships. We don't say well you know. Tim Duncan I one was an astros season because it was fifty games in ninety days. Lockout these nobody says we talked about it at the time and people still say that. Oh that's still looked at that way. I don't think so I I I never hear anybody bring up the ninety nine championship and say it was invalid. It just one of Tim Duncan and the Spurs five championships You can look at the other side of that and say well. The Knicks made. It has an eighth seed to the finals. Which is incredibly unusual. Maybe that doesn't happen normal season but we don't we don't really invalidated we don't invalidate. Lebron's I championship with Miami. Which was a sixty six game? Lockout sees never comes up so I don't think this will be different than either of those because of this long stoppage of play and if they start doing things like get cute with plans or World Cup Style. Pool plan all this. That's when people are going to say okay now you've changed too many things it's one thing to have an interruption of play in a bubble but now you've changed the way the postseason even works. I would be more concerned Chris with them. Changing those kinds of things about how you even make the playoffs and the structure or going one through sixteen then I would be about shortening series. Because we've had best defy first round was still in use up until two thousand one to were in there. If you go back up and goes fun to what's that it was fun. It was fun it was great it was better. I would rather have vesa first round especially because the first round now is almost unwatchable at times. Because you know going in the one in two or automatically dancing seventh and eighth or fodder. I much rather have at least the the illusion of suspense with the best of five. And if you go back far enough in NBA history. You'll find the best of three as well like these things have been done. And we don't invalidate invalidating knew those postseasons or those champions so I would be more in favor of condensing the postseason by doing that. They won't because of money but that to me is more easily Accepted and still feels ballad. Then these other things like one through sixteen or pool play or plans or bring all thirty and do single elimination does of the Kansas things where you get cute for the purpose of Fan Service or revenue or whatever again these are not small things but those are the kind of things I think that. Make this an extremely unusual postseason and will lead to more long-term sense of of well. That's an Astra season. An astros champion. All that said. I'm not a big astros guy. Unless something crazy happens like Lebron jaanus Kawai all go down with the virus and of course the postseason and like the Grizzlies Win. The championship okay. I think we'll all agree at that. Point all due respect to the grizzlies that would be a big pretty a pretty big astros man. Yeah you're right about that. You know the the only pro- Astros debate if you WANNA call it. That is that in ninety nine and these other short seasons yes. They started late but they continued rights. He had a fifty game season in ninety nine but once it began there was no stopping and you went into a playoff with everybody kind of where they were this. I mean if it really begins in mid July or even early August you will have quite literally the same amount of time that passes between the NBA finals in a normal season and when a season picks up in October packed in there. Like you'll have like four months and four months in between when the season went on hiatus to win the season ultimately decide to come back three or four months. Something like that so it really does feel like a whole new thing like this postseason is going to feel like something entirely different. Look we see it out there like Ben. Simmons is going to play for the sixers. When this comes back you have boy and Bogdonovich who is done for the rest of the year. Who was in the jazz lineup? When this whole thing went down on a different scale I mean you've got Mike Conley with the best looking basketball home Jim. I've ever seen like in Columbus Ohio place. Meanwhile the flip side of it get guys like Jayson tatum and Yannis. Who are saying things like? We haven't really done anything. There's been no. We haven't picked up a basketball in month so I think that's the strongest argument that this won't be a real championship season. It's something entirely new and should be considered considered accordingly. But I mean that's that's really only. Yeah and that's the thing Chris and you're right all of that you can say well. They're all in the same boat. Everybody had to deal with the same challenges but yeah Mike. Conley has a full gym in a lot of guys. Don't even have a basket available to them to shoot at much less all the weight training equipment and everything else and guys are gonNA come back in various states of of conditioning or lack of conditioning. They're gonNA guys are going to end up getting hurt probably just in the training camp period. That wouldn't have otherwise and then we've got the fact that some guys have been magically healed. I mean it's like a video game. Where one day has this bad knee injury? That may not for weeks. And then you like you hit the reset button or you go and fiddle with like the the the settings and magically healed because now he will be healed and Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid. We'll be fine and but Bogdonovich as you out is out so some things have fundamentally changed in this long gap and you know. I don't think those things will be remembered long-term as factors that affect the of this postseason championship but again if if if the virus in you know encroaches on the postseason if the virus knocks out serious important players and those teams lose as a result and people will say well. It's just like turning ankle. Well now actually not this. This is this is different because the sprained ankle. Maybe come back in a game or to the virus could be recovered from an a couple of days but you still have to be quarantine for fourteen which is which is how long it takes for a seven game series to be played. It's not like an injury Chris. It is far more serious in a lot of ways and requires a different kind of of a response from the League. So I just think that if the virus encroachers maybe it won't but that would be the thing that will taint it the most potentially it presents a whole host of New Challenges. Last question for you know the the NBA is one way or the other going to start next season in December. Maybe January. Who knows. I don't think there's a firm timetable on that. As of yet to get back to a normal schedule they will have to do something. Radical at some point. You'll have to either really short up the off season one year or play games in the next year to get back on that regular calendar. What do you think the chances are that we have seen a permanent change in the NBA? Calendar that this is what it's going to look like moving forward. It's such a funny thing Kris because people hadn't really seriously in a public way discussed the idea of shifting the NBA counter. Hey what have we started in December and ended in the summer and then we can avoid so much head to head with football and we can take advantage of the summer being only baseball. Like that wasn't even much of a public discussion until it was raised at the Sloan Conference on a panel discussion literally days before the League shutdown and all of our lives changed forever and I think because of the combination of that end where we are right now. Now it feels like this discussion with some weight to it while the was already discussing this. No some people including Steve Kuhn from the Atlanta. Hawks had floated this at times. But I don't know that this momentum behind it will now out of necessity maybe it does but one to make it a permanent change. You don't do it just because we're in this weird situation and well. I guess we just have to do it. No you need to study it to deliberate. It and decide is the Sunday. We really want to do for the long-term because to your point there are other ways. You cannot all-star week down to just a few days the break down to a couple of days ago instead of a full week you could steal back days you can do more back to backs for one season and shorten the season. You can find ways to get back on track if you wanted to get back on track in that way. Or you can stagger at one year. You're starting mid November the next year. You're finally starting in late October again in the next year. You're starting in October. Over the course of a couple of years you can get yourself back on track. the question is more of a longterm policy matter does the NBA really believe that? It's better off with shifted schedule that starts in mid to late December and ends in August. And I'm GonNa tell you right now. Chris. I don't think people should make any quick assumptions on this one because the League can decide that that's what they want but the players not the CBA issue that's a collective bargaining issue and if the players don't agree then it's not going to happen and I think the players are more likely to oppose it. Then the league is because the players are young guys with young families and kids and right now the NBA schedule and the school schedule. The academic schedule lineup. So when the season's over you go on vacation with your family and you can take the kids to Disney world but if you if you change the the the calendar permanently you wipe out the summer with NBA playoffs now. Not Everybody's in the playoffs. I get it but still Lebron James and Steph Curry Kevin Durant of the guys who are used to playing you know deep James Harden Westbrook all these guys if you have families with kids or if you're on player on teams that expected made deep runs you don't want july-august wiped out by NBA Games. So I don't I don't take that as a given the players do have to sign off and it it's it's it's a radical change without a clear Pale. Yeah I agree with that and I do think that if the ratings are astronomic this year or even if they decide to do next year and a full cycle just to kind of get everything. Right in the post coronas world if the ratings are really high. I think that that will certainly increase the number of people in League circles. That will want to do it. I mean it certainly will make television partners more willing to do it which has been a problem in the past them not wanting to put on finals games in July and August. You have to sell it. You have to sell it to a lot of different constituencies again. And if there's a clear benefit to it ratings boost and you can now see that okay. This is our this is a. This is how we're going to start. We're going to increase our revenue again. Or what the next TV deal look like based on these ratings. Yes there's there's some momentum that could come behind but it has to be demonstrated I and maybe it won't be what if you know they're gonNA start this next season late out of necessity late December January. Whatever IT'S GONNA BE. And what if the ratings are all the same? What if the finals next July are no different than they were in June of twenty seventeen or whatever? Then you're going to say right well. Where's where's the payoff? Why are why are we doing this? Well WE'RE STUCK. On this calendar year not always readjust as we were discussing are ways to tailor it and yeah even if you had to. I don't think they're gonNA eliminate games if they can avoid that but you can find ways to to get back on track. So I think the jury's way out on the idea of a permanent calendar shifts now it'd be interesting to watch Howard appreciate your time man if you happen to converse with your game of zones friends if they had like an Avatar that was on the cutting room floor I will certainly take. It's where it as a badge of honor as somebody that was left out of the equation. A little dusty on the floor in the pile of all the other scraps from the series which is now concluded but I will ask the FELLAS. Craig Anatomy Alamo. The genius is buying zones. I will ask them. If there is a Chris Mannix head floating around either in literally in a trash can somewhere in the corner of their studio or like or just. If what you may still virtually exist Chris you maybe you know you could just be a floating head in a documents somewhere and some graphics program for All. I know you know. 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This is true that I felt so stupid doing this. That day sent me a razor. My wife took me in the into backyard. Use the click so it. I should've clicked that on the podcast because I actually did. Use the Bron- razor. My wife did to shave my shave my air so I that's a plug whether or not you included in your podcast absolutely true. No the only thing that would have made that ad re better is if you had said that. Say something funny about brought like enter laughing day threat. This read straight from the notes. It doesn't matter. It's a terrific podcast. And it's a lot of questions about the genesis of it and I mean first of all you had to dig out some tape. Save a lot of stuff jack. I mean the art of saving all these tapes. Was that intentional. Or Did you just of stumble across it? I can't say I don't know where something is from yesterday but when I got on this project look was two thousand twelve for some reason. I knew that this could kind of be preserved should be preserved probably was a good idea because Clyde Drexler denied something that he said and I said you know man if you WanNa show I have it on tape or can I tell you so about two years ago. These guys wanted option to do a documentary about it. We know there's already been Documentary this would have been a different direction. I'm so they option my book and they found out that I these tapes and I didn't know I just had an apply and I took him out there and you know. Fortunately I didn't have to do it. They transcribe them all and it was like everything now. The documentary like so many things in Hollywood is sort of in a you know kind of a turn around who the hell knows but then had the idea to do a podcast with the with the audio you know. I didn't know the word five or six years ago. Probably but it turned out to be hopefully a pretty good depth format so the book is terrific. Back in two thousand twelve you wrote about the nineteen ninety-two Dream Team and this is would you call a follow up on that. I mean what would you call the podcast itself? You know when I went to do it. It's not me reading from the book. I mean who the hell would ever want to hear that the way I did. It was trying to tell the story. I didn't even look back at the book. I swear what I did was find out the audio that was good and that came across good and that was clear. There are some times when you know how when you interviews. It's a conversation so once in a while you cut in or you say you'll laugh now or you bring you know. It's an art and now this time on listening to sometimes. I got shot up if I would have just kept on going on you know but I didn't know ten years ago when I was doing the interviews. There was going to be a podcast so I kind of built the story of it around the good audio that I had and the audio that I really needed. That doesn't come out. Good like I was walking around spokane with John Stockton I. My rationalization is well. I'm making it sound authentic and once in a while I have to repeat. I don't really heard that or not but This is what he said. So I you know I hope. It told a story through their Through their words. No no the audio really adds value to it. I think because the honest that's the value that I mean. I think I can link the story together pretty well but I what it is is the power of the. What do you work on a project? you know how it is you get sick of it and I got done this thing and I didn't listen to it for a long time and I went back and listen to it and I realized just here. No guys is what kind of gives the whole thing to it. In in my opinion. Yeah because you can sort of hear their tone kind of the way they're speaking the words and it it adds some some gravity to it for sure to to go back to the beginning of all this. I mean nineteen ninety-two. You're going to Barcelona to cover the Dream Team at that time. How aware were you of the significance of that moment that this was going to be a team that they probably would talk about for a long time. The story of this kind of goes back to the eighties because I started covering were only to then when I started covering you always manage to make an old man joke somewhere on twitter. So be with you that I mean. I started covering them in the early eighties. It was perfect and it wasn't like at sports illustrated people said well. Nba was the third score back thirds. Were back then I go now. It was the fifth board we had the NFL Major League Baseball College Basketball College football and then came the NBA so it was sort of this afterthought so what happened was just such a perfect time that and even though this little club of people that was covering it you know. I mean certainly Bob Ryan had been around forever. Bob John Hubbard Know. Mark is or out in La Jeff then. Bergen Atlanta so. We're not very smart but you could see this thing rising. You know you could for once. You knew that you were on some kind of thing that was going to have lasting significance so believe it or not. By the time he got to Barcelona. We did kind of understand it and I don't understand you know anything. And it has proven to be this anomaly. Like when I teach college my students will still one of their frame of reference to be Michael Jordan and I get to the point where every semester I ask them. Why are you still talking about Michael? Jordan? I mean you have Lebron you have steph. Who's one of the most you know engaging people in the history of and it's still liked Jordan and Barkley is still in the middle of it and bird is still in the middle of it and magic is still in the middle of it so I was just so lucky to have been in the middle of this thing that we could see rising and still has significance today? So what one of the great parts about the book is is that you get everybody right and you are able to kind of tell the story of each of them. The dates back to the dream. Team as you're as you're putting together the book are You thinking like if? I don't get everybody I can't do this or is it. If I get ten of the twelve I can still pull it off. Well you know this feeling to me. The hard part is not writing. I'm not going to claim now that I sit down and just start breeding but to me. Getting everybody is ninety percent of the eggs. That's the only thing makes my heart beat and I knew it was going to be a struggle with these guys. Just not only have to get him but you gotta get him for an hour or an hour and a half or two hours when they're willing to talk away from everybody coming up to him and asking for autographs and stuff like that so that was the challenge and the one guy I had. The book was in Galleys. Meaning it's kind of finished but I hadn't gotten bird for whatever variety reasons you know. He had cancelled once. I went out there one time. And they were making a trade on draft day and he couldn't talk me and there was enough about burden air that I could fake it. You know that it looks like but it was bothering the hell out of me. And it was a week before I was gone into a prostate cancer operation. And I call up a secretary for the eleventh time I said. Tell Larry that if I die on the table my last was that you blew me off true. So bird gets on the phone. Yeah Yeah what is it? What the Hell you want you know and I said now I gotta come out there. I talk everybody face-to-face. I talked to Jordan face to face. I gotta see you face to face so that was on a Friday at noon on Monday. I flew out Indianapolis probably paying ten thousand dollars for the flight. You know three days in advance and bird was like everybody. He was great. And so the s the short answer to your question was it was very important for me to get all twelve of the guys when I at Larry. That's kind of what I finished the book with kind of the bird. The bird chapter. What was your relationship like with Larry leading up to that. I mean obviously written about him a lot in your time s I my you know my relationship with all these guys was I would say it was It was basically professional. I mean you know you. You had people that you're closer to than other people in this business. But they're not really. I can't speak for you but they're not really friends. Michael Barclays not calling me up. You Know Hey Jack. How's the wife and kids? You know it's just not going to happen so my relationship always pretty professional and I was very always leery about an. I'm doing it again glomming on that. I was lucky enough. I've been writing about this guys since the eighties. Since since Nineteen eighty-four it is now years later. Ninety four fourteen. It's going to be forty years later. So that really and somebody said something to me one time. Don't you feel your glomming onto these guys? Now have a podcast by head a book. I basically that was my beat and interests yes so in the intervening time between me leaving the beaten sports illustrated and being semi retired. I did. I didn't keep in touch Charles. I saw Charles. I saw two or three tines. I don't think I saw anybody really and so but when I went back. I don't WanNa put to find a point on but it's almost like I'm still in the club. You know that I was with these guys in the eighties. They understood this journey that they took and just by dint of having been there. I had kind of a A foot up and I really think without them thinking about it. That's how we all kind of look about it. You were all on this coaster going up and Jordan was in the League car and Larry Magic were right behind him and on the twenty seventh car. But I'm still on the roller coaster. I'm still on the ride. That's how I look at it as you were reporting the book. I mean you covered that team extensively you were as close to it as you could possibly be at that time. I mean how much of what you were being told was. Revelatory was new was something that like. Wow I didn't know that was really going on a lot of Chris. Because when you're I remember when I started the book I told by agent who probably got any money that I got based on and tell the story of the Dream Team in Barcelona and I remember telling our Florida's not the most interesting part of this. You can't You can't go to practice. You know you can't go into the you've covered Olympics. I don't know how it is in boxing. I think boxing probably easiest right. You go into the locker room and everything. You can't go into the locker room afterwards. It's Olympic rules so to a certain extent. What you got in. Barcelona was sort of what you see what you got. Fortunately Charles Arkley went out on the Romulus every night for a week and one of my stories for sports illustrated was about following Barclay around. You know as he went to restaurants and bars on on the rumbles and back in ninety two. There wasn't social media. So I wasn't tweeting about it. I wasn't writing for the website between it. You know so. There was a lot of this stuff that was kind of uncovered so when I went back to them so that was a good thing when I went back and what I went back when I got out of in. Two thousand ten that was revelatory. Who THOUSAND TEN? Two thousand eleven was eighteen years later. What did this mean to these guys? What you know. They had had tied a lot of different careers. Gone off in different directions. What did this being to them? And fortunately it was like so important you know it was so seminal to their experience their experience overall the only one that I would say back off from that a little bit was Michael. And that's because eighty four had been so important data four blew him up. Eighty four was the eighty four. There's a great teen in the Olympic team. I'm talking about him. Patrick Mullen. A Great Olympic team a ran through the domestic Olympics in L. A. Michael Goes into the League. My God gets one hundred thousand dollars from Nike. How they ever GonNa make this back? You know so. Eighty four kind of launched him but everybody else was real everybody including Michael. It was a really important experience. Man What what was I mean? Barclays recognizable figure and in one of the episodes. I listened to you talked about. Just how big a rockstars? These guys were when they got to. Barcelona you talking about kind of going to their hotel. You could just walk in but you know maybe not kind of surrounded in almost a Beatles like atmosphere if Charles walking around. How was he able to do that? He just he had this neck and I said to him. I think I said on the last time I saw it. I can't remember whether it's on. It is on tape. I can't remember whether it's in the podcast but I said to Charles that exact question. He had a knack like he would keep he would know the people even look in. Somebody's eyes and he would know that guys do frigging crazy even for me. I gotTa keep moving or this woman would do something and I better not. I better not go there. He had this net and I said to him. Why can't you do a little bit of that? Why don't you tell Michael? I guess I said it jokingly Jordan how to do that because Michael by that time had become a bit of a hermit it came out a little bit in the documentary and ice. Certainly have a real sense of even going back to ninety two ninety three at when we're talking about and Charles said no he said my degree of fame is completely different than Jordan's he goes on famous and people know who I am but I don't have this kind of God like thing that people are clutching on. They will follow me from a distance. They know on fun. He said it's a completely different level from your and I found that really interesting. I still think Charles as a knack for that you. Kinda have to adopt. But he thought that he was just almost famous enough that he could pull it off and that Michael. Even were he inclined to do it which he was not could not have pulled it off in the same way it would have been a completely different drag on him that it was on Charles. I I agree with you but Charles because even to this day. He's like that like I. Can you know during playoff series walk through the Renaissance Bar? And there is just kind of sitting there and not being standoffish either. Like if you want to engage him he will engage. You might have had a few too many but he will engage you with that exactly and if he has to shut down like I've seen him I've seen him be able to shut down also and I mean you're talking about a guy with that gift that I mean I've been around a lot of guys not just in basketball. You have also. He's got to be number one in that respect. I mean this being able to thread the needle between being a sort of a regular guy and being Somebody that people gravitate to and to a large extent the enduring fame the Dream Team. I mean okay. Jordan decided ten hour documentary. Do Not make him one on Charles but has anyone done better been Charles. No one has come close to remain. Jordan regained that level of fame just by being Jordan back. Then that's why Michael has his fame. Charles keeps on being Charles every year. Bird doesn't keep on being bird and nobody else. Let's be honest matters that much right. I mean Karl Patrick Clyde Molly God bless of all but don't there's that magic for writing Michael Magic Larry. Michael Magic Larry. Charles and Charles has done better than Than any of Charles will I mean? His gambling always cracks me up because whenever questioned about it. He'll say yeah so. I make a lot of money. I gamble a lot of money so I make a lot of money. It's just these. He's he's reached this point. Where e could kind of say anything in American culture? You know I went out to do this story on him. I think I had left us. I buy them but I was still doing a lot of work there. Two thousand nine. Maybe he appeared on AMC. Eighty golf show when Haney Eighty had this idea. That Charles Swing was problems was physical and therefore I hang any who was teaching tiger woods at the time could correct. I said Hank it's mental. It has to be. I can take my grandson and he can go from here to here with a golf. Charleston's was one of the great athletes in the world. And he can't get through a gos- wiggins got not enough. It wasn't it wasn't something to do with the golf swing it anyway. Charles had just got done his dui serving. And I. When I started he had just finished that he had gotten a Dui in Phoenix and he got in trouble for it and he did a weekend in jail. I can't remember what it was. Twenty four forty out and so I said let's get this out. What should be kid with before we go golf you know? Tell me what any just looks at me. He Goes Jack. I'M NOT GONNA make any real scripted apology. I asked up. Sometimes I drink too much. I went to prison. I'll try not to do it again. I hope it doesn't happen again and I remember writing in that story. That probably had I been his adviser I would have advised to say something else but being a journalist and kind of somebody who somewhere along the line has maybe had one drink too many my said to be able to give this unscripted kind of honest response to it. There's not many people that could really do that. And pull it off. You know. There's this I don't know where the list is but there's not many people on no it works too. I mean if you just kind of fall on your sword lot of times you WanNa being forgiven a lot faster. You don't end up sweeping up after you once you tell. Why should tell the why it's funny? You know this Jordan. Doc has been going on for ten hours now. Went on ten hours now. There's a cottage industry of everyone. Well wait a minute horace. A here's what here's what Craig hundred. Here's what Pippen said you know. Stacey King Stacey King was on TV talking. It's all plugged in so others. This dust trail following the which is which is fine. I mean the whole reason. It works the whole that works as well as it did. The whole reason I put out the podcast now the whole reason. We're doing a lot stuff. It's we're struggling man. I don't know how this on the PODCASTS. I don't know if your kid don't listen every week whether it's harder I mean you'd be talking playoffs. I mean you really have some stuff to really get into now and it's changed the way everybody's done their job but particularly people sports industry who depend totally upon. What's going on now? Even if somebody wants to talk to me about the Dream Team like it will always. I always had the study up because always say we don't want to talk about pay. We gotta find out. What are the rockets? Do what are they worry? What's Lebron doing? You know that was your whole industry. And it's it's it's really different now. Everything is different totally changed. I mean you're right. We be dissecting who got eliminated. What does that mean for them? Free Agency all that stuff and now it's just gone on and boxing are they saying. I mean if there's ever a sport where you might spread some coach it would be. It would be boxing. I mean if there's ever if there's ever sport to where fighters just don't seem to care like I just I talked to. I talked to one fighter. Who I'm paraphrasing my notes. Basically said he'd fight through a fog of covert if it meant to get back in the ring. Yeah so the rules might be a little more. Yeah the commissioners stuff might be a little. The doctors might be a little more declined to say. Yeah let's let the boys have that whole episode coming up that addresses. I'm assuming dry dresses. Isaiah Jordan. That dynamic correct yes so one on you would send to. I think the first tour available episode is available on Monday. Somebody put out on twitter right for a game in this whole Dream Team tapers. Jackie and I'm talking about how he got the interview and I said there are dude. There are six more episodes. I'm sorry that everything's not out. It's not streaming. We can't get homeland all at one. Although maybe you do that with gas right I mean you don't stream it's one podcast right. Some release in batches BS mostly one podcast episode. Three is kind of a team got together and you know one of the questions I had the ask Jordan in the back of my mind was at ask about. Isaiah most ask question of all time and I had to ask him about his staff like looming in my mind and Chris. Sometimes you get lucky. Michael I swear. Just talk about it himself and the way he talked about it he kind of back into it during the Olympics during the qualifying tournament Portland. John Stockton got hurt. He broke his left which in a spiral late fracture. And I don't think anybody realize how serious so there came this question mark of who was going to replace so Michael on his own. Started talking about that you know and I'm not WanNa give away the whole episode because hopefully you know will listen to it. But that's how he kind of started talking about Isaiah and so he sort of backed into the answer of it and what I will say about it is. I always bring up. You Know Civil War World War One. There's thirty six reasons why IT HAP- they have but slavery was number one is he. GotTa put number one. It's slavery and the number. One reason that I was not on the Dream Team. Was that Michael Jordan. Who wasn't that enthusiastic about playing didn't need it turned out. He had a better time than he thought he would. You know but didn't need this global like he needed it for global marketing. Didn't you know he loves to Play Golf? Well it turned out he played all the Golfie wanted got more. Branding had a better time and a lot of this had to do with him sealing. This has to be a pleasant experience for me rather than I need so yes. He was a big part of keeping. Isaiah off the Olympic team. And I can't believe the intention the attention it still get some kind of get it. But it's sort of demeaning in a way to stock if I had Isaiah does prime and John Stockton Crime. I probably think Isaiah was a better player. Stockton's no dog. You know. Stockton is the all time leader insists. He's up there in steals he. May You may not. He may lead in steals. I mean Stockton Hall of Fame Player. Who six years after the Dream Team was still baking the finals you know him and car but they're certainly an argument. That Isaiah should have been on the team. I mean he could chuck. Daly have pushed harder even if they that. That's that's what I wanted to ask you about this for something. I wrote a couple of weeks ago and I included. You said there about Chuck and Chuck. Being is as coach. Jack mccloskey being the general manager and supposedly an influential member of that. Us Olympic Team Committee. I mean you would think that if those two went to the wall or went to the Mat for Isaiah Thomas. Maybe wouldn't I think the I would think you'd get on the team to me. That's a bigger story. Then Michael Not wanting to play with him that Chuck Daly and Jack mccloskey couldn't get Isaiah on that team. I think one of the stories of the sink. Chris is that how things change in sports jock was picked. The Pistons won the championship and eighty nine and ninety they were sort of. We all recognized that they weren't a dynasty but they were a cagey veteran. Really really smart. Yeah they were dirty sometime but they were really a smart team. Isaiah was a smart player. Do More was a smart player. Lamb beer was a smart player. They were this chain. That was on top of the world. So that's summer of Ninety. Yordan still hasn't won. Now we start to pick the team. It becomes evident during that ninety ninety one season the Bulls are probably starting to play out of his butt. So Chuck Daly gets picked on Valentine's Day of ninety one as the Dream Team coast. It's Kinda quiet by then the Pistons are sort of you know old and kind of will now. By the time we get to June. The Pistons aren't in the picture the Bulls have swept them. The they walk out I know is. Am wants to believe he's not on the team purely because they walk at not that simple. It's not that simple but it happened. They get dominated by goals. The Bulls win this finals. Five it is. It is Michael's Lake He. You know it's everybody else. In second place and things happened very quickly in sports you know very quickly the Pistons went from this perch down to this perch and bill laimbeer. I always thought had the most perceptive common. He told me that unfortunately we were talking in a Bar Restaurant and you you know it wasn't good enough to use on the podcast lamb. Beer said to me. I'd like to know what would have happened if we pick this team a year earlier. Isaiah in the middle of winning two championships but the team was picked largely in the summer of ninety one. By which time Jordan owns the world? Pippen owns the world. Magic and bird still loan the world. By dint of who they were and the Detroit Pistons do not. And it's a sad case of timing. I I didn't get along Isaiah and I had our problems. I know he considered one of those old. You do is love Michael Jordan guys and you never gave us respect but I do feel bad. That he's gone all through this again and you also can't seem to stop talking about it but maybe I would do. Maybe I would do the same thing. I'm not sure I mean with chuck. Daly of course passed away in two thousand nine. I mean what was when you talk to him over. The years about is as not being on the team. What's He say is well? Chuck Chuck had already answer is like everybody and Michael. Answer by the way when that story came in. This is ninety one and I wrote in sports illustrated in nineteen ninety. One Michael Jordan told them that he didn't WanNa play if Isaiah was on the team because an unimpeachable source Jordan himself. Toby that and I never stopped believing it. The degree to which it determined Isaiah State Maybe came clear later. Chuck always had the ready. Answer I mean. Did you know chuck while he probably came out little long? Yeah a little bit before you chuck. Part of. The reason he was coach of this team was the way he handled stuff like that. I mean chuck. Was you know he just had an accident and Chuck's whole thing was like well? I was only coach committee. Pick the team. What further happened and what I further feel. Isaiah was about the two best buddies Laurel and hardy over there. Chuck Daly Michael Jordan like that. That was the golfing twosome. Everybody else was playing golf back then. Charles Lady wasn't bad robbins. Clyde played David Robinson was learning the game. I'm not sure anybody else. But every day the twosome from San Diego through Portland. Qualifying through our CELONA. The magic twosome was Chuck Daly and Michael Jordan. I mean that's gotta be tough. I mean the battles I say it went through so the question you asked at the beginning. Did they go to the Mat for him? No they didn't go to the MAT for him. Magic who was allegedly still is as friend. Ed did not go to the mat for them so I say did not have enough clout among the whole surrounding environment so overcome. That big thing which was like what do you. What do you think happens if John Stockton can't play? Will I know what was going to happen? Well a couple of things when John Got Hurt. It was apparent he wasn't going to. I think he came back. The third or fourth game in Barcelona one one of the respect who cares I mean it would have been a big deal of Michael Scott. Went Down because they're the key to that team. Was the Jordan Pippen. Lock EVERYBODY DOWN. The chuck used to say. Pj Carlesimo and and Lenny and Mike Chassis. They were sort of responsible for saying. We'll wait Patrick. Started instead of David against Croatia. Let's sure we and junkies to go. Just give me you know because you couldn't score so guys you know you couldn't score. They were just amazing in that tournament. Defensively anyway I'm getting away from your question. So what was the question again? Stockton yet play so stock gets hurt so chuck whole problem is how to get people in the game so when John Got Hurt. He wasn't happy but okay. Now we're down to eleven guys will now you got. Larry had a bad back half the time. Now you gotTa Ten guys. Clyde Drexler his knees clydes credit. He didn't really complain about Clyde got scope when he got back from Barcelona. So it's easier to get you've coached. Never coached a youth team. Used to pray like the kids didn't show up you know so you only had seven kids engaged. So part of Chuck was glad that he only had eleven ten or nine guys to get negate but the call. Let's just say and I talk about an odd cast. The call would not have gone to is area which is ver- reason that I feel bad about the whole thing. Not My as as bad as it was. Could you imagine if they went? I mean if they did go now the direction for the replacement like how do Mars. Yeah like Joe or Bobby Hurley. Let's take kristen late then. Shut would've said if they pick Bobby Hurley junk. What it said well. The committee told me it had to take a college guy. Look that's what would have done with that. Once he was the master. We talked about Chuck to Jack. Mccloskey skate there. You got to really skated. He skated and kind of the same way. Jerry REINSDORF. I've thought skated on the at the end of the whole thing when Michael and Scotty have roasted Jerry crafts nine and a half hours. We finally get the laptop given the Michael by the way I told my wife whatever she wants something crummy give me the laptop now and I look at it go. Yeah that's good. That's almost become a main. The classic was the glove. I had no trouble with the glove. Anyway we find out after nine and a half hours that that reinsdorf never had a business conversation with Michael about this and that Reinsdorf thought that it just wouldn't pay off that if he had to give these guys one year deals. You Know Robin. By the way I think was gone in outer space and I think Phil was gone so was gone back in Montana for a year whether or not Los Angeles was in so the one thing that Michael I really think had some delusions about was they. Were coming back again. That's just my opinion. I can't prove that but I agree with you though but isn't it? Isn't it even more delusional. That Scotty was gonNA come back on what I would have had. Yeah okay give everybody a one year deal with what pippen been bit netting him twenty five million dollars and he wouldn't know you would have probably said a price of like this is different time ten million dollars or so. They wouldn't have paid not. GonNa Pay Scotty to do that so anyway. In the same way mccloskey I mean the inner workings of the of the selection committee remained a little bit. The Guy talked to the most was rod sore. You know who who tried to be as honest but so the inner workings of the committee like every committee over ten people on the committee but there were three or four. Who really matter. Certainly Rod was one of them and one of the most interesting things. Was you know whether Barkley was going to be on because when I went back and research the but I forgot myself? How in the middle of Barroom brawls and gun charges and politics not political statements but you know on remarks that he shouldn't have made how in the middle of all that Charles was because he's in its final years being pissed off Philadelphia it every time you go near them. I can't drag these asshole to the the playoffs anymore. So the committee David Stern said something to me. That was very interesting. He said the people like him who are thinking about the implications of diplomacy. And what we're going to look like public image wise that's Russ Granik Rate Guy was vice chair vice vice commissioner then big voice on the Basketball Committee and then the basketball guys who never think you could have enough basketball players and Rod. Who At that time? I can't remember whether he was an NBA executive or not but he had drafted Michael Jordan. So Reid was a basketball guy and basketball guys and they they sort of knew because if you gave an MVP out in Barcelona Barkley. He shot seventy percent from the field. I mean Jordan was the best player and Pippen was probably the second most important player but Charles would have been you know the so thoroughly lot of discussions like that. How much exactly Jack mccloskey could have pounded the table and said it's a disgrace. And he may have. He may have done that but I can tell you that it didn't get the level of needing of noise that had to be made to get. Isaiah on that team just did not happen and it certainly did not happen from Chuck Daly. May he rest in peace one of the great guys and like Jive mccloskey? You mentioned Jeff Hubbard and I believe it was him the wrote this after the fact that he didn't believe the Jack mccloskey pounded the table. Or I think he didn't Jack like resign in protest or something. After the fact resigned in protest and magic wrote a letter wrote a letter to kind of an open letter to whether or not it was an open letter to everybody or to the NBA. I sincerely hope that when the committee. The committee announced ten people in September of ninety one and left to selections until May which was a horse. Shit I mean. It probably wasn't very fair but they were still trying to determine. How many can't? In retrospect remember exactly why they did it but they were still arguing about how many colleges we're gonNA play on and I don't really exactly remember why they did it but they didn't put drexler on and Drexler had a great ninety-one ninety-two season so when they got to. May and by this time as I said the Pistons had adrift at all so Clyde was kind of a clear pick Clyde was a good pick and decided on one college Guy But anyway magic had written this letter that said I sincerely hope the committee will add. Isaiah Thomas to the team. Not because he's my friend but because he will contribute what we later find out the deaths half worth crap but by then magic and Isaiah had kind of fallen out for reasons that I was not the main reporter on and I don't WanNa go spouting them but it was clear that magic that that was just formulaic nonsense and as Jack mccloskey. I'm sure was not as much nonsense but Jan reporting you mentioned Dan. Hubbard had very good sources and was reported every day and really had some great stuff about the committee and the Dream Team and I know Jan beliefs that and I tend to believe. Also it's hard for you to to to make this kind of any kind of statement on it but in today's game with Olympic teams rivals. Quickly become friends right. It's just the most guys with friendly since a you days anyway. What would have happened? If I had been on that team would would he have been part of the Camaraderie or would it have? Do you think it's all. Just what do you think would have caused actual friction with that group? I I I don't and here's why in later years I can't. I'm not going to compare Carmelo Anthony. Exactly to Isaac Carmelo Anthony. Let Carmelo Anthony's game was. Let's not even get into the quarter ego or anything like that. His game was this. Is My game. This is my bowl. I don't care what Lebron that's how he played. He got on the Olympic team and he was great. 'cause he understood because he's he's smart smart player he may whether Hall of. Famer was always debate for me but he got on that team. And I don't WanNa make this sound too much like a coach or something. He he knew the role he knew. This is what I gotta be. I got to be the third guy I gotta be the fourth guy and I gotTa Play My. I think Isaiah would have done that. I just do there had been so much acrimony by then between the Pistons and Bulls that I I understand. I understood what Jordan said. I understood the Barclay. Didn't really like I sure as hell understood the PIPPIN pippin really. It's not like I say it's Um it's Michael and Isaiah had at least a thing where they were both great players. They were sort of a little bit more. Estelle so I just think Mike off playing golf all the time and even within the hierarchy of the hierarchy was. Kinda here now. He did play cards every night. You know there was this card thing. Michael Magic Scottie Charles. You know kind of the first among equals how is as would have fitted in everything. I don't know but I think he would have been trying. That's just has to be my opinion. Why did you have understood? I think he would have understood. He's smart bird was the only one that told me this. Larry said at the end of our conversation. I always said that team gone along. Another two weeks that things would have started to unravel they. Were together the magic amount of time. You know what I mean. They had many games would have been fourteen games. I take six qualifiers eight in the Olympics. They were never a consequence. They played Hormone Asli. They got along and practice but they were together for this little small amount of time you know and Larry was honest enough to say he was already starting a little bit in a year. Well I only played six minutes. He was starting to hear a nobody else told me that and bird was the last interview. I did so. I didn't have a chance to pick up on that later on you know and so would. Isaiah have begun to great on everybody by the Third Week of the Olympics. I don't know that but I don't think there would have been any different result. I don't think it would have been any different than the happiness of the team. All of Jordan as much as he danced around whether he kept them off the team did address that in the documentary make he said all I will say is that the camaraderie would have been different. And Michael doesn't eat more entitled news opinion than I am but he doesn't know that either you know. Isaiah might have been come. You might have become friends with mullen you know. He might have had a night where he went with Charles and they sort of understood each more he might have started talking about Chicago in a way that he never had a chance to with Jordan. Because my is a it was a child of Chicago. You know more than Mike. So one of the things they told me was how everybody did get to know each other. It wasn't like you know you alluded to it. That these guys now they kind of know each other really well. They played on the circuit. They made commercials together. They made political statements together. Wasn't like that back. Then David Robinson hated Karl Malone David Robinson has no hate in his heart all he knew him was an opponent and these guys would have talked and things would have been different. And I'm sure that's part of Isaiah's regret that he didn't get the chance to do that. Why was why was the animosity? So much stronger with Scotty them with Michael Scottie. I mean Michael. This gets to the root of Scott and Michael. I mean the first interview I did for the book was was Scotty and he was. I had never spent that much time with it. I admitted to him. You know George was so prevalent that I had written three hundred ten stories about the Bulls. I don't think I sat down and had talked to Scotty or ten minutes or something you know. And he said something like Well all this time we were going through this would lose and and Michael always came out. Okay you know it wasn't Michael failed to do this. It was Scotty at Horace and B J Armstrong and Doug Collins. When he was it was always somebody else. So I think that always stuck in Scotties. Mind that okay. Yeah the Pistons. Were beating the crap out of us and I had the Migraine game when people thought I was faking yet. Jordan was on all those teams but nobody ever thought of him as a loser. Baseball thought of me as the loser. They thought of me as the one that the Pistons had my number. Now that's not completely true because the Jordan rules as we all know but you know and I know that Michael always came out on top that it was Scotty and I probably wrote that too. I was probably Jordan. Talent you know was so ascendant I mean is the only guy that written about that. You didn't have to get anything from him off the court. I mean you could but his talent was so ascendant that it was hard to to stay away from it that it was a irresistible thing and Scott was sort of the direct opposite. Scotty became something I think's really unique. Which was a complimentary superstar that he's a superstar but he was always that other guy right. You know he was never he was never the Alpha Stockton Malone that you could never pick out of those guys who was exactly the the Guy Scott and Michael. You could pick out. Who The guy was you know did you? Obviously Jordan was able to separate you from sports illustrated when he sat down and discussed the book with you. How that wasn't your story. The Bag Michael Story. You didn't Steve. Wolff who wrote that story is actually subsequently said. Maybe I was too hard on Michael which is slow. You know there's been a interesting. I'M NOT GONNA call it revisionist history when I was writing the blog about the Jordan thing I I said. I had a sentence in Eric. I don't feel unqualified enough. Michael Swing to me. Look like he would never make the major leagues. But I didn't WanNa make some batting. But Steve Wolff who knows based on duty who really knows baseball. Wrote a great piece in sports illustrated breaking down where he thought. Let's not count this guy out that you know he's the most competitive jackass in the world for one thing you know. And he's got the supernatural talent. So what happened with bag at Michael was that I ended up not covering I sort of wanted to get away from the League. Larry hit come back from Barcelona at retired magic. Hiv subsequently tired unretired. They quickly retired again. Michael Walked Away Ninety three. Nobody noticed this in the world but Jack McCallum walked away for years edited scorecard section. Because I didn't think the League was interesting enough and I came back when Michael was a wizard so the first time I saw him again. I think I run into him a couple of times. But that's the first time I saw him back was he was a wizard and I remember. This was a Saturday morning. Shoot around and I was over there. I don't know why we started talking and I said to him to something like so. Are you more of a small forward now or are you still? How do you thread that needle between always being on the perimeter? But getting he goes looks goes. Are you asking me? And after sports illustrated I said Yeah Man. I got my notebook APP any general so when I went back to do the book you know when I asked for interview you got you know. I don't I don't go Michael Sell. There's some people I call. I don't call Michael Estee Portnoy. Who is his very formidable gatekeeper? I said tell. Michael doesn't have ended with sports illustrated which they weren't the publisher. I wasn't working there. I mean I know. He still associated with the magazine but And he was fine but if I would have been like still a writer. They're still covering the ornate. Bob Cats whatever they were. I don't know I don't know but I did not wear my sports illustrated's button on the day that I interviewed him for. Are you surprised you weren't on the beach during that time necessarily but you were obviously working at the magazine? Were you surprised at how that he took the grudge that far that he took it so personally that it to this day it is something that still bothers him a little? Yes a little bit but it seemed to me. It was part and parcel of pragmatic decision. That early ninety one. I had done the story when Mike when we need them sportsman of the year. I did the story with him and he just started talking about his image. How he understood people were getting tired of it. And if I would've known back then that I shouldn't have been miss you know the people didn't want but I thought it didn't want Mike Tyson. He started like really look at introspective. And then this continued and ninety three happened with Richard. A skegness and slim buhler had happened by de Sam Smith the Jordan rules. That happened by that. So one of the themes in ninety three I distinctly remember this how often I got the right about. I don't know was I had to feeling Jordan was getting. He was a completely different purse. And I always said that bird came into the league and each one way a sort of went out the same way. Kind of crusty Folksy Guy. Magic came in as the CEO. This is my team. Let's get everybody together. Come by he went out that way. Also Michael completely different completely different guy. So this idea of shutting out. Sports illustrated was legitimately sixty percent of it. However forty percent of it was he started shutting out everybody. This was one less person I didn't have to talk to. By then the only person he really liked me a little bit was wall. Rios the great photographer. But how many more times? I don't need to cover anymore. I don't need to be on the cup. Run making forty five million dollars you know. I don't need it I don't need SL. I don't need Sam Smith I don't even really need. Espn as much. So part of it. I Chris fit into that old narratives of. But I'll say this about your. He stayed consistent and I. I didn't get the fall out of it once again. We're so lucky. 'cause Phil Taylor took over the beat and so Phil I think was covering gory knows. That was the three peat years that were the concentration of the documentary Phil. I don't remember part and parcel of what he did but he had to deal with us. And I know Rick Reilly. Being the most clever guy ever went on a bulls road trip and Dora the Michael Thing and somehow got a story when it looked like you know Michael was a big part of it but I don. Rick didn't have a one on one full out with. I don't think that's the closest probably shown to a little detente. I talked to him for the book. Crazy all these years. You're right still consistent still consistent Michael Jordan Jack. The Dream Team tapes terrific podcast. First two episodes are out there out every day. Do they dropped? I love when listening to your voice on the podcast. It sounds like sometimes you're waiting for word you don't quite understand to come up there like that as the kids say this is going to drop on this day. Yeah right well you got to. I just felt that You know somebody told me. Once about doing a podcast. I'm sure you know better than I do. You got to kind of make it your own and I didn't want to pretend I was anybody else. Except the seventy year old guy. Who's telling a story from twenty eight years ago and sound ultra hip and everything and on episode four Fair Warning? Actually Sing Afar something and what. I got out of singing. The engineer in New York where we were I come out of the booth. And he's a young kid younger than you even and he kind of looked goes all right man. I said that you liked that. He goes well. You got guts. I guess that was. The singing is does not constitute much time. By the way wolf seconds I look forward to that in episode for Jack Great Job. Man always good to talk to you and I'm looking forward to each episode every single week. I appreciate it Chris Thank you not.

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"Fourth Garage Stall" - The Power Trip [FULL SHOW]

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"Fourth Garage Stall" - The Power Trip [FULL SHOW]

"The, Fan. Listen out. Ratings just came in for last month. We are number one. We just grabbed every key Democrat. super-duper! Go Neto! Good News your brain. Are You mad? Do you feel like about vantage furnace Brook Kooky? gaveled started. And I'm just guessing here. Some kind of medication that you maybe need a lot of taken none of or maybe too much today. It is the Sixth Day of July twenty twenty. Don't good morning, everybody. My name is Chris. Hockey Akita welcome to the Monday edition of the power. More hope you had a fantastic or July weekend. Get everything done. You wanted to get done in a ready for another week. Let's kick this week's ask shall. We lost to get to on today's show. Let's get started with Jerry Seinfeld and Bill Hicks. Good Batard, everybody laughing up. Let's fun when we first got tax. Really can't really remember that. I can't either I. Mean I know that we have it? I know we didn't use to have it. I. Don't know how we got it I don't remember. 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This country's crazy enough to elect somebody like Kanye West then what happens. Then what do we do? We scream like that. For a long time irregardless. Is Awful irregardless. Sauce Tell Day guys is Word Yeah I told Lake for like a decade. That was an award. That's lakes word to regard this. The to. Word Super Madam. A word, so he was. Conyers you just he's. He sees the future Yeah Lake New irregardless was be a word. I thought that it would not regardless of all the evidence in front of me now. That doesn't make sense I know, but whatever you can say whatever you want now. You can make up words. You can run for president. In twenty twenty. You. Can tweet stuff about somebody else knowing that your father's just as guilty of. It doesn't matter Aaron. Burr Sir Listen. The my favorite part of the Zombie Karen. Thing, which let's just be honest. There's mental illness involved there so. We've said. That through masks off at target or which when? He's she's absolutely crazy. Wow, it's pretty easy. To follow up video, she's crazy when she's ripping the mass shop the shelf. Rex Chapman posted the following video of her at her home. and. She thinks she's wired. She thinks she has a direct line to trump. Yes, she thinks they're arresting her. Only because she's Jewish and of course they go. We don't know what you are right. You're in trouble. You need help. So, and by the way, did you see this? You saw the follow video? The Guy Is that her husband ray questions this smile. There's a guy so the cops are in her garage. She trashes a target because she's tired of masks right, so she rips like a hundred masks. Office Shelf. Threatens to basically push it over target employees. Ask you to leave. The cops are called to her home. Then their their inner garage, because he's right next to her car, three or four three cops or something. Right. And they're asking her questions calmly like what is happening and she's explaining how she's. You know basically she's got all this inside information 'cause she has a direct line of trump. She talks him all the time. This patience of job and she's clearly. Mentally. Back ill. He has serious issues. Husband brother friend smiles at near in the door. What are you guys doing? Are you used to this? Okay. I told you. He also look on its face it. They're gonNA. Take our way and he's going to do that. Thank yeah. attack. Christmas, my she's leaving might translation on his face when he's standing there is. Is New to me. Really if you live with her, you look like this is the first time you've heard her say this. Is She having her mental breakdown right now or a material customer this because he definitely looked like he was numb to it. That is definitely look at mine was. The look on his face said. This is my way out of this marriage. Yeah I. Said going to be divorced and they're going to see evidence wherever they said is crazy. Yeah, some serious mental issue right and she does which one Zombie Karen. That's the one in Louisiana at the bar who keeps running into the window? Haven't seen it yet I on. This. One okay, have you seen where they took? That I, am legend flirt. Zombie. Scenes awful. MAZIGI sucks. Terrible I've never seen. That's a great movie it's it's exactly like Eurovision. It's it's a movie that could have been ethically great right, but the CGI is so infuriatingly bad, and that's specifically when I do. Try to head himself through the glass to get to Wilson. It sounds off sack. Okay, thank Oh man. So she keeps running the window right, and obviously she's wasted, but she probably has some mental illness there as well, but the best part is I'd only heard the audio licking. Long time ago right. In relevance. Okay I. Don't know, but here's what I love I heard the audio this. Thought that was her. It's not it's the giant black dude standing in front of her. Every time she runs into the windows. Labs remember laughing. headbutting. I know she get hurt the yes, he believed that the. Wait and see that. But I love it. This is somebody's mom West Psychopath. Always say that somebody's daughter as well that guy. The Guy Filming this has happened so much fun you got. Spreading. It was her like well. That's that's terrified. Him He's he's having so much fun. That's awesome the door the bar is locked and they are all just having a blast watching this woman runner head straight and. She wanted to get in, but didn't have. Bars my guess it wasn't a mask thing. This is just drunk, nothing to do with masks, covert or anything. But man the. Screaming Effort I. I am legend edited in? It's Hilarious made me laugh I love. You know again discounting the entire mental illness. Thing that's going on there It's Pretty Funny Ladies and gentlemen. Could I please have your attention on? Oh? We have a vice president nomination announcement. We do yeah, who isn't Kanye. West is selected Zombie Karen roaming man. No kidding gotTA play Zombie cranberries. Great Point he regardless. IRREGARDLESS Kanye and Zombie in twenty twenty. How. Hambo. Man Good for good for her. She was literally running. Window for political office a couple of times he goes out to the. There's street signing. She spins around. Get some momentum. Many cartoons she's. The world's mad. In the pipers Kanye, West, man. He's GonNa. Lead us into the next decade. Well, let's see what happens. Let's see what happens. The liner that common news right the will forte line. There's a difference between winging it and see what happens now. Let's see what happens. that. That, one, but it's my gruber. What's The guy's name? Which is weird? With Ryan Philippine. Ryan. Do we do we have a plan mcgary? There is a difference between winging and seeing what happens. There so what happens one of them watched it. So that means some rice and that to them back, and it's a great movie Yes, it'd. Hockey I laughed out loud. Times I've ever I've left Zach you see merve. We talked about this. I haven't seen the movie Oh God, did he really at the movies? Thousand Times better than the sketches. Sketches are funny. The movies way better. Way Better, all right and. We survive e fourth of July with I. Don't think any Major Jason Pierre Paul incidents, right. I mean within the building the building software company I'm sure. Some are in the iheartradio company. Somebody did but not near. That's fine. Sports next men Ben. Lever joins one hour from now on. Ben! Fever. That's emerged of rape. Is it's over? With? The USA brought the boom on Saturday. We had a great fourth of July weekend enjoyed it as much as I did. Welcome back to the morning. Show five fifty seven. Who Leaked Demos in Tokyo. Say No, we don't I've been putting in work like the reverse. because. That's my word so you to her. But she? Ladies and gentlemen could I. Please have your attention? 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Twenty five dollars. Yeah, that doesn't make sense I know Ron Burgundy. Pays me off. I'm so sick losing these batsmen pay that man. He's manny. Sick of wait a minute Chris doesn't have more than fifteen dollars wallet. Does that mean? The casino now if I had. I only carry hundred. Pure for you carry hundred. Now I just I. Have Maybe the Casino. Alan fifteen for the other. Is what I'm saying. So that's what forty bucks just forty bucks. Forty Bucks I got gotTa Way. You could work off that that other ten all right, but my my elbow hurts. Oh! Hurt Yourself. Thank you so much for being concerned. Send him an invoice for the ten bucks. That's a good idea. Could I've been your money? No. Yeah. Seen? Keeping your what McKee. Quiche. United Tolerant. Our I, don't like. Walk around with keys, but I try to have some Emma Wallet. I'm Vin. Bowen you sons of bitches? Ooh? The dark star mentality man always carry at least one one hundred dollar bill. Yeah, just as a pimp shocked. You didn't go to the Casino. Still have not been. Oh, I've been. Oh, you have told you guys. Got Destroyed it was it just a once. I've been back night. Destroy Them Yonne. I think he did you win more than you lost the first time you did. So you're up for the Post Kobe twenty twenty. Right on. Prime Fireworks going off celebration that was. That's very nice average at best. Front page sports brought to you by. On page sports presented by Ryan Dec- Criminal Defense. So bryson. D Shambo put on forty pounds. Drinking protein shakes and lifting weights. He just wanted to basically. Jack? Is Jar Ernest right just launch it? Yeah, and it's working. He won the rocket mortgage classic his sixth career win. He's just. Himself on steroids. Yeah He. He He. He gets the ball farther than everybody and yesterday, and even some of obviously most of the week if he won, his short game is putting came through. Thinking that combination going where you drive at three fifty three seventy, and you leave yourself like forty yards to the hole. You you can't be. So! I say we gamble on golf this week. Manage a huge field. The swamp tired go. Where you bet on Thursday I duNno probably. So, yeah, good for him then he yelled at the camera man on Saturdays. Steve! What do you do the guy like? He made like a couple of bad mistakes. Bryson did. In the camera guy like just focused on. His job, yeah, any yelled at yeah. He lost his s inserted at him and a lot of people on on. The twitter machine are going Royd rage. Jacked I think afterwards like yesterday he apologized to him, but still yeah, he lost his mind. Do you know what's crazy is alouine me? Think about it, Bryson. Let's just say he probably did it the right way. Right protein shakes and lifting weights. Sure yeah, and everybody's like he's so jacked. But. He's on steroids. I've exactly what my point was going to be. I would love if somebody accused him of being. So Jack Chris Hockey must be steroids, not only are you. Are you suggesting that he might be proud of that fact? And he probably is, he's been. For it for A. Guy He always says that and you won't deliver. God Dang steroids okay. For, me Guy Right. Probably. Now, you're less sure. Guy that. Was You're sure? Get Him Some I. I am. I. Didn't some drugs. All, ask. Right let me get off this crazy train, and then I'll find. Nobody will ever give me the royds just let guy get and get jacked up. Day, man fifty! That's what I WANNA steroids for Christmas and birthday. He's got to be that guy. That's got like just white hair, but his jacket. Off in those commercials like Aaron. Burr Sir Aaron. Burr. Sir like an ex-man. Yeah. Okay Guess. Yeah I mean I. Don't really get the reference neither. Destroy Strong people. Yeah okay. Yeah I just. I just WANNA look cool with no shirt on one of these. You will yeah, you will exact. Who's giving me the roads? Though Sauces Guy Maybe? The guy or Gal? Female dealer I don't know why I think that would be cool. Maybe progress and stuff. Yeah, you really are Progressive Yeah I WANNA see female. Female drug dealers get one. Why don't pay your the full hundred percent? Not Seventy percent like you normally do all right. Cool you know yeah. I got it all ask around. You ask around for a gal so. Don't ask the rabbi and Drugs Dude anymore. It's twenty twenty. Don't ask around. I just it's not a good idea to to ask around I for Roy about any kind of drugs. Don't ask around. Yeah, but all right I mean only ask people you know. Don't like you're. Looking. And be like hey rose. How did you know? Go to the apple store. Drugs. Smack is your steroids guy and it's one of those guys. Is Your steroid guy. You're Iowa Oscar Guy. No WHO's your Iowa's guy? What do you want me to see it on the radio? No, tell me off there. Are we doing? Garbage or what? Three Months Yeah I. Give Up on you. But I'm telling you I've said this from the beginning, and I'm one of them. We will get to the moment we will be in the perfect scenario and half of us will bail out. Okay. I'll bail out while we can't do it I. Don't know because I'm a giant. Would allow yes. A whole lot of drugs. So then what's wrong with this one? I haven't done drugs in a while. Drugs are fun, kid. Break the streak, man man. They sure look fun. Yeah, he's. Hockey is going to do it hot. He's never smoked weed anything. He's ever done a greg in his life. All cities dive head first in. He's GonNa get his feet steroids. Cannonball with Iowa's go ma'am all right. He's going to be completely royd rates and then. Hill yeah, man fights basically like. boner medicine one time to see what happened and Then a whole bunch of people here on staff thought he was a blue doable dealers. Not just here everywhere. It. They talked to him like it was illegal. Yeah, give me some of the stuff. Yeah, well, you can get a free sample. You just go to website sure sure. Alabama. At. And the three of US did the AD. Not One person asked me to get it. Not One person asked me. That's got it right. Yeah, you're at the issue. More proof that those spots works because the one person in the commercial that was like I had a problem. Fixed it? Just to. The point where much text me once and he goes mad, they got to be paid. You guys a ton I never admit I. Should. Of course, we've got the sixteen towns on the air, but my dad was like. Those blue cheese spots. How did you get Chris? How am I wrong tiered? AETNA. How are we going to? How are we going to tell people exactly what does? Like I'll do it. I don't care. WHAT THE ERECTION! It's you sure sure. Sure I'll do it. Name names I took so much Boehner medicine. I couldn't bend my knees elbows for a week. To get your knee replace. Poor Hogs Lee. Really I mean. He's just hammering blue. Blue got your feet in the Water Roy is going to be your swimming in the deep end. That's right right, and then the flying squirrel behind I've as Iowa. Blue was a gateway drug. We got him there and. I don't know. Huge! A handful of twins tested positive for Covid, nineteen including Miguel smell man. Nationally en La Tortuga. Latorre toge-. Glenn yesterday in their podcast. And then he said yesterday when he tweeted it. That like I, think any major sport. They both now have to test negative twice. This summer golden light invites you to rev up your summers and enter to win your very own Niccolo gold life branded CDU that look amazing on the like this summer to learn more had caffeine dot com keyword contests. That sounds like fun michelob golden light. Rail great great to drink and would be great too right. That's the do. Do Do. Do Yeah. Yes Sir I yesterday it was four hundred million degrees outside. Day before and the before, and it looks like the next two weeks, although it was kind of rain, and on my last minute walk before the show started this morning. So that's good, you know you could hear the grass going I think. here's I've been in. Minnesota for twenty six years now right as of this month twenty six years to grab. Thanks I've been here forty. Than any of you ready right right. I got on the motorcycle yesterday is we want to do one really hot days, because the only you know. There's a fan in your face the entire time correct and we decided. We're GONNA ride. Towards Lake Minnetonka. As I've lived through twenty six years, I've spent any time there because anytime. You ever talked to anybody about their like it's too busy bunch of Todd's don't go there. Right! Bunch of Donaldson's running around and Big Island. Bears Yup without meat sauces Jihad's. So the cool thing about forgive me for being a braggart about the new motorcycles got this navigation unit right there in front of? You can't miss it right so super cool We get over there I take like one across the highway, twelve, three, ninety, four there, and then I get over to Adum by our suit. Guys Place. Oh, by John. Jet Frost. And I start going and just taking turns right like not following directions just if it's a major road i. I can't believe how beautiful it is. Man and I know breaking news for everybody. Who's lived here forever. I. Just I've literally been warned to just stay away from that area because it's so full tides. But they're on a Sunday. There are so many little beautiful places, yeah, and the people who live there. What do they do for a living? What are these? Wow, let me houses. Wow, yeah, just driving through there. I kept looking in my mirror like if somebody could pull me over for not belong here like this is I. This is unbelievable. What I've just seen that you drive the loop. Loop around the lake. Let me tell you what I did. I went through minute Trista four times without without going backwards I don't know how I did that. Yeah, I ended up on this dead end road down like in somebody's neighborhood. Obviously, but it didn't say till like if it's too late. That was a dead end, so I had. No idea was going to be a dead end. I'M Like. I can't believe I don't know what you have to do for a living to be able to afford to live where these people have an congratulations to them. God bless him. I mean it must feel like being on vacation every day your life if you live in a house like that, yeah! I I'm stunned. By the beauty of that area and I will not make the mistake the next twenty six years of my life of not spending any time down there now. Don't get me wrong. It's not like I ever think I'll be able to afford or even if I wanted to buy one of those houses. I. Don't know if I'd want that kind of thing hanging over me all the time, but My Gosh I gotta find somebody WHO's cool. WHO lives down there? Just come down there and hang out seen better seem better lives like on Lake Minnetonka like over by miniaturist over there really. Have you ever heard of a place called Spring Lake Yeah Holy Moly I hadn't this beautiful yeah. Breaking news I know but man. That was new to me beautiful. You see Spring Lake on their body. Yeah isn't going right I can see it. Yeah, it's gorgeous. It just great Eric. Can you imagine what it must've been like? In the thirties, forties and fifties before all the houses were enormous and people. Just you know, had their little fishing houses there and stuff. Women just got the right vote, right? JEEZE! That sure. Relations, when do they start honing late teens? Maybe we found a little town called them. Saved Bonifacio's. Ever heard of that. That's how s randy lives son of a B. Yeah. I had no idea he lives. There I shouldn't gone on by yeah. Anyway beautiful things in my house right now. Second okay. Monday right? Yeah, he's always there. Monday mornings well. That's fine. just got another job that I think the rest of the day. It's beautiful. I like riding the old motorcycle. Yeah, good for you man thinks it's a beautiful area, appreciate you. Didn't do anything. Did you eat hotdogs this weekend? No Joey Chestnut did who's doing all the yellen hair? Do you have India? down. Some things change. The GRA made the same. Seventy five seventy five. It's there. It's their. Pitch Man. For Nathan's. For I. Think it's the world eating competition pitch man. I'M! Dumb brother WHO LOVES COMPETITIVE EATING? Brotherhood who it is, that guy goes everywhere with them. He's there. Oh! Okay Gotcha! You've worked. With that guy. At mystic yeah, at the John, Humana Taco eating cow George. Because! My sources say you won't attack. George. Shea, George, Shea, a love stadium. Gone Oh. Yeah, it is, isn't it? I went there a couple of times you went to met stadium. Shea Stadium? That's where the mets play. Did I not go there. 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Great Yeah. Ain't that something? I love Marnie. She's pretty cool. Yeah, she is regardless irregardless. irregardless of what you've heard. Yeah, guardless, she redact working soon and finally before we go to break and come back with what really matters. Here's Donna. Summer and dancing mashed up. By. Really. I like it very much I loved. I always say because technically younger than Tommy. But Zach is way more in a more genres of music than Tommy. But I got to think how we're. Does that Mash up? If you have no idea who dancing or Donna summer's on Thursday here smell. IDEA. that. Was a one hit. Wonder, Yeah, one hit. Yeah, mother was I mean yeah. Yeah. That's a giant hit. Yeah, Randy loves dancing shocking. Hold on a second I didn't realize. I've learned a couple things about how to ask today. H. As I like to call them, so he lives in living Saint Bonnie, yeah. and He loves Danza. Yes, he's probably screaming right now. Mother, do you think he's GonNa like the match up with Donna summer, not just a guess on your. Not Do that you know what I'm putting it I. Guess no putting your notes, but don't put it in the book because I. Want this book to be accurate. If you did a thousand pages. Thank you and some. Fact Checker go through it. And then finds out that he's actually pretty lukewarm on the dancing side. Relax Mash it. That's. Did I'm sorry you're right. This is Dan. Journalist. Don't put it in the books. You know all right sauce, thank you. Chris a favor and find out if he's. In favor of it, lukewarm on it or against it. Why would assume he's listening to the show now? Assuming just ask. Chris isn't gonNA. He's always busy from five thirty. That's fine. Just let me know I. got got a dog rush, but I mean. Yeah, WE'RE GONNA actually put out a written and audio version of this. We really are going to do that yeah yeah. Way! Smokes. What really matters is next twenty twenty minutes this the power of Joe on the fan. Locations. Welcome back Patrick Morning Joe. For Tuning in most. Kind of NEAT I always exist this great. WHAT TIME FAVORITE SONGS! The S Q. Eighty. I forget what the name of the. Quartet is something. CORETEC! Anyway, they do all these cool songs like chair Brian. As, a? Rasping. A string quartet. String. Quartet thank you, that's it. Here's no brass involved on. Pins in their pocket. Looking for accuracy, you turn around show. Sure. I think the only show on the air. Again. Are you serious? callback. No. I thought it was today to I'm like. Are you nuts? The sixth get to work. Away Wall rain also hey! It's time for what really matters. STAKES ARE CULTIVATED CBD AND CULTIVATED CBD DOT COM I love. You guys. Thank you for helping me sleep. So Miguel Sano Williams Austin. What a couple of other Minnesota twins tested positive for corona virus. Posted a video saying it feels one hundred percent normally. He feels fine, but he did test positive, so he's just waiting for the green light. To go back to spring training. He needs a to negative tests. Sounds like to return so. Yeah. Yeah I. I don't know man like. If I really sit and think about whether or not everything's GonNa work out okay for us to have sports seasons. I waffle like A. Like. Like Denny's right. Guy Love Waffles but Yeah I. I just I obviously as bad as anybody wanted to happen, but Just commonsense is like how Lo-. How are you going to get all these people together? Not Get everybody sick and damage them in their lungs and stuff like that. Coordinator in charge figured out yet. Do you have to do cory cory charge? Fine online poker is legal. Sports betting legal in all fifty states. Should run with me. Maybe, he should be my VP. Maybe I don't think he has a platform. He just has the name recognition. I don't have a platform either I'm willing to come up with one. I! Don't know if he is. I mean I I. 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Major League baseball players that are sitting out the twenty twenty season because of Corona virus concerned so. Some serious money, some serious accolades in the pitching careers of pricing Hernandez, but they're out. What really matters is this I? Find this fascinating. Read these facts this morning in the in the prep. I think so. This blows my mind. More than eighteen. Thousand four hundred people have been relocated with the US federal witness protection program. And not a single one of them have been tracked down by the criminals they were hiding from. That's amazing unbelievable. I read that that is amazing, but what? I. When I when I read the work, even though I know. The witness protection program clearly has to keep up with technology. Don't think that's GONNA get snapped well with facial recognition like if you truly need to catch somebody to kill them or shake them down for something that did. And there in the witness protection program right? Don't you think asking somebody to stay off? The grid now is harder than ever. And tracking somebody down. To be easier than ever. If you have time and resources if you're some kind of Mafia. Group. Or drug cartel and have millions of dollars to throw it scouring the Internet to find somebody all you have to have. Is that family or person make one mistake on social media? They tagged in one photo and all of a sudden some facial recognition. And again. I'm? You don't think the Federal Witness Protection Program has taught everything to make. Sure they have sure, but it's like hackers. Hackers have to stay one step ahead of the companies that they try to hack. Right I just think at some point that streaks going to get snapped well I also think now that people like because we use the same. Prep service at a lot of morning shows do across the country the. Work at least. Somebody out there heard that stat. It went okay. Here we go I don't have any desire to murder. Anybody back to find be work. You know. Let's get to work and track emergency. They can do it right and speaking of that. I watched the first episode of all begun in the dark. Yeah, Oh, I hear! McNamara documentary. About the golden state killer. Do you watch episode two last night or not? I didn't either. I watched episode one. I definitely need a pallet cleanser when it was over, this is talk. Something about this guy specifically and I'm just learning about him right I. Just know the headline stuff about the golden state killer, but. Yeah. I just about at nine o'clock wrapped up episode one so I could have jumped right in episode to live on Hbo, and you know what I'm just GonNa. Watch something else for half an hour and you have a bed. It's just I don't know if I'm going to be able to watch that at night on a regular basis. Yeah, that's exactly the same way. I felt I'm not afraid of him, but he's in jail. But. There's just so many people. Ask to watch it during the day. That's probably a smart move to watch a couple episodes of friends after right, but also it just. It's the same thing with MC millions. It just reminded me again. This is not the era of weekly. Documentaries just give us all of them at once. I. I don't have time to wait a week to watch a documentary I'm in the mood to learn I'm going to binge. It yeah. I said the week. or Is this. To those and that is the. Same thing that we. We could rip all these aw! Now but to your point Hawk that's basically what she did. Yeah, she was just like. How is this guy not caught? and She just started doing Internet research and found a whole bunch of other people. Doing research and she found the ones that seemed to be the most motivated and have the most information she kind of started. To in a calculated fashion, put the pieces together with the help of amateur detectives at actual detectives that had worked on the case, but. She just from the comfort of her. Own Homes I'M GONNA see if I can figure this thing out. And spoiler. kind of caught her. They caught him after she died, but she was on. The right path. Yeah, incredible incredible! Tough Watch well. We heard that. Did we do that stat like a month or so ago that? There are a whole bunch of problems that have been solved, or or on the brink of being solved during the pandemic, because a bunch of really smart people stuck at home, going I got a lot of spare time. All of a sudden and the Internet got together and said, can we? FIGURE OUT ABC, Andy in a whole bunch of significant progress has been made in science because people are sitting at home gone I can figure that out. I'm pretty smart. Yeah, I got it right kind of incredible streaming I played a lot of rocky league. Solving the world's problems yeah, never mind what I did. We talked about it with that Uranus Stat. Daddy. Might Turn Turner Your Term Fascinating Stat, though about the witness protection from. Your. Corey back to what you were saying. It takes one kid whose friends have it. Who are like? Why don't you facebook I'm not allowed. Come on, get facebook all right and then you're caught. Man Kids easily be talking to things. Yes but every. Right the evidence truly unraveled quickly. Wasn't explained. To Me Laugh, then you win one good job. That kid needs a talking when it comes to Batman come on Hey, Griffin Billion Jenny. We're going to get murdered if we ever post on facebook. We have to stay off the grid. You got it dad. Post on facebook. I can't have facebook post okay. Sorry. Thank. You sorry about that person, he banked completed. He wanted to tag me in one photo. Pictures of us at the park. Now we're all dad. Ryan. And now he's Ryan or his dad's Donald Trump. Is it. Today Yeah. We keep forgetting to do keywords. killed through. All right Washington in the NFL and Cleveland and Major League Baseball, at both said they are considering name changes. The Atlanta braves seem unlikely to do it. They even happy about getting rid of the Tomahawk Chop, so they're holding firm. I don't know. WHO CHANGES I, WASHINGTON, CLEVELAND. Well, maybe I'm I'd say Cleveland just because they seem to be volunteering to do it, yeah. Washington, I bet it'll come out this week that they're changing their name baseball season. Happen sooner, though yeah, we hope. Who knows we'll head coach Ron Rivera? Says, the name should be changed before the season right. He wants an instant switch. Had Hockey. What are they gonNA call it, you know. Actually do you want me to be honest with Ya I heard redbirds. Yeah, they were going to keep that part of it. read something or other Red Birds I. believe is what it was. But honor I read the story yesterday and I've slept. Shall we get the red part and the skin out? Move on and start over. Yeah, right? Can't we just stay away from either side of that name yeah? Just pick something else, but Doron Rivera's point clearly, whatever name change probably a good thing, let's Let's let's go forward with that, but. To pull that off in a month and a half. That's way more difficult than people think. You gotta get a logo. That's GonNa be the logo. You GotTa get a name theoretically forever. You could say well. They've probably been thinking about it for twenty, years Dan Snyder houses not. Time he says no to get this thing legitimately changed by the time. The football season starts I think a very tall task. To Change, it could take three minutes, but to really change it to have a marketing plan to have the future of your franchise in the next month. That's. A lot to ask. Doesn't mean they can't announce. Get like this is our last year or something. Maybe they do that. Maybe this is the final season. We are going to change the name at the end of the year. We just didn't have time before the season started. Doesn't that. Make sense if something. I. Don't think anybody would say. It'd be like all right well. Whatever one more year. Maybe that happens. What really matters though is this Nick Mickelson reminds me that it's the vitamin string quartet. Thank you very much. That was the band I play back and Timothy Alexander. sent me a bunch of facts about Glen Danzon. Addressing written songs for Elvis written songs for Roy Emerson and he said this wait a minute. Wait a minute. Did you say Glenn Bahonjic wrote a Song Elvis? Didn't Elvis. Roy orbison and Johnny Cash my fault. My fault my fault. Thought My. And he also had this happened. He was invited by Twentieth Century Fox Glenn Dancing to audition for the role of Wolverine in X men. As his height and build closely resembled that of the film's protagonists as described in the original comic. However he declined due to scheduling conflicts. He later admitted that he was glad to turn down the role as he thought, the final product was terrible and further insulted Hugh Jackman. Performance calling it the G. Word. Wait the G. Worse, the three letter g well. That's right. Wow, you went straight up, slur. Jeez. That's crazy out of every word to describe. Performance as Wolverine. Would definitely not be the. I know even if I wanted to think of a slur. Right Really hated it. I need to write a slur narrow review. That would be my. Choice today was fired from rotten tomatoes. Oh. That's right here. We go my friends semi. Sends me texts. He reminds me because I said what I say. I thought it was red. Hawks burst. Yeah, it's actually their thinking going red tails, which is a tribute to the Ski Ehrman Oh. Yeah. I like that. Yeah Read Tales. Or whatever much love. Anybody asked Glenn Danes with. Tales do not ask why it. Down The news is next. Bend Lever Joins Max's departure mony. Stand. Monod seven six. Thousand Morning Show. Monday morning. Corey Sausa- myself. Zach Ben Lever in the studio. IBN Chris Hockey. How are you? I'm really good. How was your fourth man I loved it in the Fourth Bass. Just is one of the best days the year. And my friends were in town. My college roommate was in town or not really remains my college. I would love love. Really, yeah, that would that would work anyway He hosted me for my recruiting trip. We became. Best Friends, the whole thing and Yeah Man we said we set him up him up in his wife together like my wife and I did all that whole thing, so it's like. Yeah so. They're up with his twin boys and. It was good to see them. As Fun by. Oh Yeah Oh, yeah, we. We killed in the fireworks and then our neighbors. were. They're playing for a big fourth as well so they went to Wisconsin, and they brought over a bunch, and then they had some friends come over, or they went to Wisconsin brought over bunch, so it was a it was a good time. Was Fireworks Show? That's fun three good. Well, let's go welcome thanks for. Talking about today. Just great, great, great great I went over to the house by the pool and got D- wrong. Day drinks and right. Yeah. Yeah! I'll give you guys news if you'd like. To have to wait any longer to know what's going on. This. News with Chris Hockey presented by by Your Flight Credit Union. Thank you firefly her credit union. Severe weather later this week. The National Weather Service says the first round of storms will likely hit the area tonight. Bring heavy rain, but a low risk for severe storms. A better chance for strong will come Wednesday afternoon through Thursday morning when Hellfire is scheduled to rain down. Twin cities will also see humid weather throughout the week with the heat index value in the ninety. Tom, inside Standing. it's raining now. A, little bit, It's good. It keeps the heat down. Golf. not today I'm going to tomorrow okay good. For you just never GONNA! Win by Chris Into Golf. He's decided not to let me. Saturday he keeps saying. Do you want to? And then he gives me a date and then the day the. Mara can't assure. Eleven. Ten fifty. You're worried that I'm not gonNA belong I understand that man I do. Now. I understand, but I'll do my best to Ten fifty tomorrow, so will you in any way be embarrassed about Kris Hockey's presence. It's okay if you say by the way. I, which. What if he wears jeans shorts? He can wear jeans short can. But I. Don't think he'll be allowed to play golf. Because of your embarrassment. I won't tell me can't. will you be thinking it though? I'll be figuring Muslim sweep. Budgie, saying, thank you memory. Now looks like hail damage, but another okay. That's going to be awkward when. They. Ask Him to leave. You don't stand up for Iraq. I'll set up for him by doughty. Yeah course. Let him golf in jeans. Let the boy walking on the poor version of the Rodney dangerfield character in. CADDYSHACK, you're more like the homeless guy that takes a bath in a pond in happy Gilmore. Better give happiest. Right right right. Attend? What is it ten? Second Bob? Ten Tom Tom Thank you that's it. Yeah. I'm Tom. I know. WHO's ten second time from? High School. Health officials in Florida they found a case of a rare brain eating amoeba. Perfect? Yeah I was found in the Tampa area No other details were given luckily nominee brains in the Tampa area. Especially clearwater infections of these single celled organism. The only thirty seven reported in the sunshine state since nineteen, sixty, two, the AMOEBA typically found in one freshwater infections are often deadly. They said Connie was patient zero. I know you're talking about an me. Bud and a single cell organism, but for some reason I just. Pictured like a homeless guy hanging out. We found him. Hey, Hey, guys I've just been here the whole time in second time. The chief economist with Moody's analytics. Is Worried, about lingering recession. If our leaders in Washington Axiom Mark Zandi told CBS's face. The nation concern really also mentioned the struggles of state and local governments as they battled the economic effects of the virus. That's a real hot. Take it has. Kept boy! We think that there could be lingering recession with all this. No, you don't say you. Put All your brains together and figure that out. Well good job guys. Maybe write. A man on a motorcycle lucky to be alive after a weekend crash Clare deputies say the man went over the median then up, an embankment tossed off his bike. A, very. He was tossed off his bike. investigators believe me was drunk. They arrested him for his one-two-three over Sixth W. Davis jerked off his bike. Only his. His six Owi I know amateur hour, no, you. I was I was convinced you were going to say he. He hopped over. The median increased head on and. On Ninety four both drunk. How you got nine zoe six per me. Scarves a forty two year old man. He's scanning scalise at forty two year old Florida man recovering after firework blue handoff police in Palm Bay say the ended if I man address. was at a residence when the Independence Bay a party favor blew off most of his right hand. He was taken to a local hospital by. Experts say nearly a third of yearly fireworks injuries involve. Afflictions to a hand or fingers? One hundred percent involvement. T shirts. Guy Actually was reporting on that crashing Wisconsin and he was asked. How many W is. Held up six. Like if somebody. Loses forefingers due to disease or something? That's one hundred percent, not their fault like. A driver crashes into their car and you lose forefingers. What a tragedy! But there's something about when you blow your own hand off for fireworks. I have so little sympathy for you know weird. You could be a super good person. Maybe you've done a decade of Charity Work You Paul. Three fingers off and Mike ask them. Immediate. Jason Pierre Paul. We've been doing jokes for years about him. Yeah, we've been making fun of. For years right. Pretty Good Dude. He's all right. I don't know about John J. Seems Pretty Cool Yeah. And finally fingers gone in your news today. Australia now has its fourth death from a shark attack. This year reports say twenty year old. The dude was scuba diving off of the Barrier Reef when a shark Mr Kim for a seal Yikes first responders tried to save him, but all they had was his hand and his right foot. Any idea how big that shark was maybe twenty feet, twenty feet twenty five I, may twenty five. That's a huge bitch. Now isn't known. What type of shark was involved in the attack, but A little, less hungry. You Bitch Man I can't even imagine. There are great white in the Great Barrier Reef. You don't go scuba diving down there. Yeah, it's terrifying. Not Ain't no right. The great attitude Oak Nick once if there were dinosaurs outside, we wouldn't go play baseball he did. Water is their turf. It's not ours. Not a sports. Thank you, thank you very much. You're welcome, Miguel, snow and La Tortuga have tested positive for covid nineteen. Nobody cared. I need to test negative twice to come back to summer camp something. That's what it is. It's it's fat camp for those two cheese buyer boxing. Who's been away for the birth of his son? He will be back in camp by mid week, and a lot of people are suggesting that we will get an actual schedule later today for the MLB game. How about if you're Byron Buxton and you're known for your freakish. Leave Bass speed, and you name your son blaze Jet Buxton. Yeah. What effect kid is unbelievably slow. It's going to be sarcastic. Hey. Veer blaze. Take your sweet ass. Date when you handed to. Do. Is he going to go by BJ or not? BJ boxton maybe. Yeah good for him. Man Yeah. I hope for his sake. He's unbelievably fast. Joey Chestnut broke his own record of seventy, four eighteen seventy five hotdogs in the fourth of July. can. You bryson D Shambo when the rocket mortgage classic at minus twenty three. He won by three strokes. You don't like him do. So weakened. Yell I. Don't know. I don't like him because I think he's kind of todd. Todd so I guess we you know. He like screamed at cameraman for like doing his job and whatever? He won no. Good for him. So he put on forty pounds by drinking protein. Shakes lifting weights. Put on forty. POUNDS BITING AIR FRYER food. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN! Can I please have your attention? I've just been handed an urgent. Horrifying news story an aid. All of you to stop what you're doing and lesson. Tried the Air Fryer. WHOA, So that's it that's it. That's your entire report is fine I mean. Did it. Chicken fingers the only the only thing I would say probably got the job done. A handful of minutes faster than the oven would have which are aggressive. I mean in terms of quality. I I would say it's fine. So, how does it work? Sauce. So explain it. 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Do I need an airport I would say you don't need one, but. You should have been sitting on a shelf for three years. Like mine has, and then you have somebody, tell you you have to get one. You'll never believe it. That's you like. I mean I would get I will probably use it again but I'm not gonNA. You know knocked on the door to go. Do it again, but it's it's it's fine. Make Bacon in it. Don't tell me what to do. And you like. Vacant. Love? Make Make Muffins in it I don't know if you can't avenue to make muffins. We tried to make cheese Kurds in. It didn't work. Yeah, I saw. We Post that yeah. Was a disaster. It was a disaster. But it was anybody's fault. It was really weird. You just moved on. Isn't we from skinny? No, but wease huge bagger bound. So we? Can't make skirts Oh and she mentioned that like six times right. You know she's working on it. She's from here, but is a packer fan. Most of her family's from scouts. Does she likes? She likes cheese skirts. Yeah. Does she like heckles restaurant that she liked PA- Mida. I'm sure she's been she like four wheeling or Snowmobile Dwi. She has an iphone four. No brand new brand new and Chiklis walls. Yeah, pretty advance for it, so you got three G. and everything. He thinks. Three G is A. Careful Rawson. That's weird. All right more nonsense between now and nine o'clock we get asked Ben About whether or not he's going to vote for President Kanye West. Guests no, but you never know you never know we'll do headlining eight o'clock hour lots of talk about Ben Lever on the power to your morning show after this Fella's. Sauce don't take off your headphones. I WanNa I. WanNa Talk to you about something Ed. Are you kidding me about your sleep number bed. How much you love! Are you just kidding me man? No, of course. Why would I hit about? Time because I love my bed last that got into the seven thirty and I was asleep. I would assume about seven thirty five and I stayed asleep and it was the best sleep. 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Canyon while trying to take a picture. Fifty nine year old was hiking trail near the edge of mather point when she stopped to take snapshots with the family. She accidentally stepped off the edge and fell nearly one hundred feet. But. I guess it can't. Get put up railings everywhere, right? You GotTa Talk. Right? You don't go near the end when you're taking selfies photos. Taken this. Have signs posted everywhere just like? Stay away from the edge. Yes, yes, stay. That's about all you can do do. They have a couple of spots right? They're like these scenic. Overlooks. That are right, they have. They have like like you know special fencing. It's like a couple of logs. Stack up, but stay away from there. You'll be fine all right right, but like even like even in Minnesota, like some of those hiking trails up north. That ain't up to Code I. Mean You're walking on these these planks that could easily snap at any moment your dad so. It's got to be careful Campbell right? Don't don't take chances to take selfies in a very dangerous position. Stand side all right roller coasters in Paris or outside of Paris and France what. One Frenchwoman is dead. Oh No! She fell from a roller coaster. Who I can make it worse by the way by the end of the story. Thirty six, thirty two year old was celebrating her child's birthday party. No at Park Saint Paul north of Paris. When she boarded the Formula One coaster with her husband. Her husband says while she was riding the coaster. She slipped over the safety bar. And though he tried to grab her by the foot. He missed and she felt. I know that's one of those things I hope he doesn't live with guilt because I don't even have to see the lack of footage to realize you know how impossible it would have to hold onto her chance, no chance no chance you grab that foothold on to her though. It's cliff. Yeah, right, right. Oh terrifying! Yeah, super terrifying on her kids birth. God. That's depressing. 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I doubt there's footage of every coaster, but I'm sure there is for that exact reason if something goes wrong what they can do to fix it, yeah I I'm going to be Florida if every amusement park has enough cameras to see every. Inch of every track. Right, they all have like the photo section. Right where you got a smile of the end, but I doubt wild thing has fifty seven cameras for surveillance. You know what I'm saying. I don't know I. I think there's more than you think I'm sure there's some but I. I can't imagine there's every single ounce of ever maybe not even completely full full frame, but I think that they have some position where they they cover the track, and maybe some maybe Botsford. THAN OTHERS! Don't. Lockdown has changed a lot of things about the way we present ourselves to the world. Gentleman according to a story in the Guardian today. A for many women ditching the BRA. has become a particularly popular. One okay. Bras are often considered to be. A necessary but unwelcome contraption. Select to see your topless. There's no greater liberation according to this one lady. Then taken off your brought today perfect. Now more women are doing it going. Brawler has been surprising, says when Lady. Because she was always under the impression that with a bus hers. She's a G Cup. She had no negotiating to do. In, fact, for for many ladies, apparently according to article, Dennis reading here. The idea with going out Abroa- is only possible. If you have a figure like Kate Moss or somebody like that. She! This lady says all heard before. Was You need support those huskies? The stories quoted as saying. You need to support the huskies. That's good writing. You meant Muskie's. Husky of course is a dog, but it's also you know like. ROTUND ISH MUSKIE's gender. I don't know and long and slimy and gross who? Yeah hockey wouldn't care. I don't think he wants to see those. Few muskie's at his day. Yes not halfway through yesterday. Mine were pretty. I, do believe that bras are here to stay, said Clare Turner who's head of the no fun league. Were Dumb Bras prevent excessive movement. says. This lady. There are no muscles within the breast. For seven years old. Their skin when the breast moves which does during a lot of activities, movement can potentially cause damage to the supporting structures That's one of the initial benefits of the BRA. That said. A lot of ladies. He can those huskies without a leash. It's Muskie's. Oscars without a poll. We'll keep an idea. I keep an eye on on this story and. Give you updates as we go along. A female perspective on this scandal turn to a woman. We'll talk to about tomorrow. Doubt she has any thoughts on Bra, then we'll talk to mark on now. Thoughts on Bras. We'll talk to double. Be about it on on Thursday doubt that she has any thoughts on civil. Be Brian Burnett Oh. Well, I support this 'cause. I feel like this is a cause that needs spoke support. And I will be the first to say I stamp. I'm with you hundred percent. You know need more people like you I. Thank you for saying that. Yeah, whatever I can do to help just let me know. Macho pig. Who who wrote that line rose or saved by the bell? You Macho pig, and somebody wrote down then I'm going to have what am I slater? How about OINK OINK baby? I agree great bed frame. Promote sexism among twelve year old. Kids News is next. Really much, but there's some NFL things we can ask about juror. This bandleader power. Advantage. Your. Bank. Time for a shot to win one thousand dollars with our summer ball out national cash contests text the keyword bills to two hundred, two hundred Dander, standard text, message and data rates may apply dollar an hour. Summer ball out. Oh my gosh bail sir. I. Slip that's not a movement. I'm going to stay. Over the weekend probably felt like, he should've taken him out. It was a billion degrees the unbelievably humid. Yeah man duct. Hideous. Better than winner. No, no! No you stay. He's your guy coming through for us. No WASCO GUY! You're steroids. Guy Winters way better than this right dogs. No I love the budget I. Love it. It gets dark and move Canada. Thinking about an typically could. Aga- point. Yeah, they don't want you know one. Time for Vikings, news. Presented live. Ben How long it would take to change a name team because like Ron Rivera wants Washington's team name changed before the season, which is like a month and a half away. This year, right? Maybe, maybe I have no idea obviously like the scope of what it takes to change. I don't see why it's that hard. I. It's GonNa take some manpower to like. The, logos on certain things out in public, and obviously you've got to have. A A company wide switchover when it comes to like letterhead and stuff, but I don't don't they do. Extensive focus groups, an analytics on the name and marketability, and and how much money they think they can make off like even like the Seattle Seattle's hockey team. Right has been exploring. What is it like thirteen different trademarks because there? Because it's not just we gotta just pick a team name and a logo it's there's marketing behind it and may do so much research and again my point is, it's not like. Daniel Snyder for the last twenty years has been saying if we switch. What are some options? He's been steadfast and I'm not changing. Yeah I don't think he's put a dollar into exploring what backup options there have been or could be so my guess is. This would be starting from square one. In a name search trademark search logos search. I'm not thinking I. Don't think that's going to take that long. I think it's a lot longer than you think. With his money and their influence right there in the nation's capital. I don't think take very long. All right is the red tails, the Red Hawks, the whatever whatever it's going to be if they're going to keep the red part of it. Isn't that just like a quick search at the copyright? Department of the United States to say like who's got the rights to this name and this logo, or whatever like I don't know. Maybe I just don't know if it's that easy. I liked it. Let's do this as quickly as possible. That's the point whether they get done by the season or not. Some of this of course depends on. If Dan Snyder breaks well, he succumbs to the financial pressures. Some of these backers like Fedex well and and. I I. Don't know how it's all going. To play out, but he's got a lot of issues. He's got three minority owners at one out. There putting their stake up for sale, and that just came public became public last twenty, four ourselves forty percent of the team to three. Yeah, so he's got to deal with. Sale of a huge part of their franchise, which is going to be a lot of a lot of money at stake a lot of power at stake. WHO's that person? They're going to have obviously a lot of influence and voting power on how things are GonNa? What's going to happen, so I don't know. Maybe this is actually a good time for him just to make an authoritarian decision that yes, we're going to do this because he knows those three guys. We're going to be out. In forty. Percent of the company's going to be in limbo. But it sounds like a lot of people like the the red tails. Yes at the one the red tails. To the the black airman isky Yemen. Yes, which I find, it's it's. It's apropos to what's going on now it's it's sort of like satisfies a lot of people and it's not derogatory means, and it's It honors a certain group. That a lot of people have forgotten about and. If, that's the one that wins I. Don't think that's it's too hard to change all that stuff, but again. Maybe we need to have an expert that the stuff sure. Here's something that might be hard to change. Did you read the big article in yesterday Star Tribune about the idea of. Moving football and all the fall sports to spring now did not when it comes to high school and college. As a matter of fact, they're thinking that that might be an option. Of, doing all high school sports specifically. In the springtime. which be tough I just give you another five. Window. Because a lot of kids you know, play multiple sports. That button. They're still working there, but apparently that is a legitimate option. They're thinking of exploring. while. It's a big undertaking that yeah. Didn't change name. Was Lacrosse and football and soccer. I mean that's one field for most schools so. Because there's a lot of that, I mean there's a lot of kids at run cross country in the WHO fall and track in the summer. So. Well even just think from like recruiting standpoint, you know. What do you do with? Let's say High School football to college football. How does that work right? The signing days, and in a in the wintertime, and you know late winter and It all these high school. Seniors need the need that time to put their best foot forward for any sort of college scholarship I. Mean There's not that you have to make decisions on that, but. The reverberation in the ripple effect and making decisions like that is huge, and and will last. You know It'll go out for years for these kids and we think that this time next year we're going to be mostly normal. Like if a vaccines out of the get better if we think next July a year from now, the world feels pretty calm down over covert. If that's the case. That I would say this might suck for again another season right and there's GonNa. Be Some inconveniences. High school kids that just went through this miss graduation. They Miss Prom. They missed a whole bunch of spring sports. We may have one more season of disruption where kids would have to make a choice. Why can't play? Both sports are overlapping kind of sucks because I grew up playing both, but whatever you gotTa pick one. It might just being convenient for everybody for what another twelve months and then maybe by next fall schools, normal sports schedule as normal. I feel like we may be have to endure one more winter of weirdness. The idea of pushing the division colored to spring surfaced early in the pain make, but faded. Optimism grew about the fall recently, though cove, nineteen cases are surging and several NCWA programs have reported positive tests renewed attention has turned to what a spring football season could look like I think the people who say it's not an option in my opinion. Just don't want to think about it. Said Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley I for one thing. That's very doable. The Ivy League is reportedly on the verge of pushing its fall sports to the spring, including a football season with a seven game conference schedule through April and May. That's all it would take. Right is a couple of major conference to say. We are finding a way to do it on our own, but whenever that works under NCWA rules and I. Don't know anything, but what happens at the NFL's. We ain't moving the NFL draft of good luck to you. Yet, that's another thing. What do you? What do you do with those college? Players that That have football aspirations beyond. I don't know. The at the end of April, my guess is if you wait until. You wary to start playing football. Maybe right? Yeah, but am I mistaken. Isn't there renewed optimism about what's going on right now with with the virus? Is Fall I think like the end of the year they're hoping. To have by December I think FAO g last update which take that with a grain of salt, but. I my question for You ben is if they do in the spring is the summer along enough recovery time to get ready to write back. Yeah I mean. Normal well, let's take high school football. You can get him in. That's what a ten week period independent of when it starts, and you know it's GonNa. It's GonNa. Come down to as well like. Is it just springer's? They're like the end part of winter like Howard. What he's you know. Ninety five percent of high schools, ninety nine percent high play outside after you know what second look like for all the northern states as you really could be in the grips of some winter, stuff point and. But I think from a body from a physical standpoint. Yeah, high school kids. They bounced back pretty quickly and I think they'll probably have to make some changes here than some adaptations to the practice schedule, and how much on the field college athletes you know. If you're talking the power five conference, it would be a rough turn around. especially most most walk out of the season was limbaugh. The season was some sort of ailment that needs weeks to to Rehab and to get strong, and if feel one hundred percent, it would be tough. It'd be grind. I mean but like with Chorea. Saying that I believe is true to from a societal standpoint that if we do think long term. And we like okay. We got think about the big picture here. What's the short term inconvenience that we're going to have? I think we're all going to have to. Work through it. Another year or so. But I! You know I a couple about a week ago. I think you guys asked me like I was losing hope and those be a little more dreadful when it came to the NFL season. I have more and more optimistic about the NFL season, because what about with fans, though well that at all or no I think that's still like state by state city by city, but we're seeing the mortality rate plummet with all these new cases, and you know I. Think the the case. The cases get the headlines, but we're not talking about the fact that our death rates are going down so. I know that you can say that will. People are still affected by this virus through lung, damage and whatnot, but. Don't look at mortality as the mortality rates number, one indicator of like how serious something is and I don't know if that report is true or not, but isn't the thing about taking it off the epidemic lists like it's no longer classifying as it as a true epidemic epidemic, because the rates are steadily going below a certain percentage. So where did you see that I saw that on twitter of the weekend? That sound like I don't know if that's true or not. Players I've read like. This morning I haven't seen anything that was the muppet. The Dog tweeted out on her account. Damage. Fused pissed about the boss cheese Kurds, but even still it's like we have soaring positive rates, but that doesn't mean that that also means that the mortality rates going down, which is good. Absolutely yeah, no, that's a good thing for sure. Who knows anymore about, anything. Nobody knows band five is next. We'll do headlines in the eight o'clock hour. This. Power trip morning Joe. Final hour morning show. Live from St Louis Park Minnesota. All over the world on the fan. Radio Network. Monday July sixth than Lebron past the thousands of the mainstream. Swiss miss high chocolate just teamed up with lucky charms. They'RE GONNA make a hot chocolate mix with lucky charms. marshmallows in there so I. Think Twitter's response to this story was the right one which is. How is this not been a thing for like the last forty years? Doesn't it seem like yeah makes sense right now? This. Crazy. 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What are you doing? Your Gal. Yeah Yup Yeah I'll in drugs I, mean we? Know, we know we is not slinging drugs just talking about the progressive female drug dealer. To the upper not. Maybe. Hence, she Chris Royds I mean hard more one. Right Anabolic steroid the real deal. With needles, so hey, every he's not gonNA shoot. Yes, he is oh, he's. Being is ripped. He's not going to shoot Roy. Want has been together I. Don't know what you're talking about I. don't either, but it's the only thing I could think of no either then. See Break Assault Right? Yeah can't fight the heater or if you're beezer can't fight the Beezer. Hell is this this is. Version of senior got it. Rookus back out of. This. Anyhow just. Get the voice drugs. They'll play whatever song you want. If you just give them some drugs, yeah, so he wants he wants the hardest. Steroids shoe. Refers needles November. Do you think? What are you looking at me for? Just get him some drawings go. Okay one one cycles, neck and high group hawks not on the fence. It's sauces ability to get the drugs forum. Getting the drives will be that hard. To shoot the needle into your body, is that really hoc? Let's do it all right. I'll do you okay. You're why that was. That was put over the top. Needles. Every time you see a needle that should be in my body, you say. I don't. I'm just saying don't I will try. That's not what you're good at. Effort, Guy, it makes a great point. Can you just give Chris the GALS number? Because he has effort, he'll get it done. You'RE GONNA forget. You got other things to do. You're busy guy. Should be in my body right what you're saying. Just. I don't know if the voice. Over the weekend we'll good. I don't think. I. Don't think there's three things I'm good at. All there is to let's start listing thing just to. Go ahead. Go three three things that you think you're above average at. Being funny? you start with something else. See. What are the other academic in Spanish? I'm not see you can't do it. Did what else? Yeah, I don't thought that might have been the right person. You can't name three things. I'm good at I can't. Do a lot of things you know around the house. You're great at AIRF- right, yeah. Show up, but it sounds like he just puts food in there, so you your average because that's how everybody doesn't. Above average in. Yes there's nothing you gotTa Tesla. But that's not a skill. He just bought stuff. You Punch my chest area very hard. You do have them in the BOOB A lot. Off Thirty. Seven yeah, thirty seven years on this planet in your number. One skill is punching Zach boobs. You're definitely above average at that terrible everything. What are you guys? Let let's let's go man in the mirror for a second. You find the Michael. Jackson man in the mirror if I have to. What do you think we? Likes about you because she has to think you're at least good at something, right? You have redeemable qualities, but if you like about you, yeah, there's something I'm good at, but it will ruin all your credible sources. I hear. In your general life I'm kind to her. Because you're the meanest nice personnel match, but I'm really nice to her. Real. Good cable! What else? What skills does she think that you have? Does she think you're good. Yeah I make good pie. and. I made a really good dip. Them! In Yeah. Do could. Tall. Interest Me Jeff Forget what we're talking about. I'd rather have your drug delivery call and we can talk to her, but getting. Chris royds, he's been asking for fifteen years this show. That's not an exaggeration. HOW CLOSE TO TEN YEARS! He's wanted him fifteen years. The other guy couldn't get them. Great point come on no. Check mate says about him about not about me, but you play chess. Mueller No. There's no way you're but. If, not bad at that yeah! Working, you don't even move the pieces net forward. Are we on. We don't Fi-. Oh, oh, you're bored with me, I get it. I'm just trying to keep the moving. Forward like some of the Chesapeake. rooks! Can, go backwards and sideways Semis Yeah. They just have to stay in straight lines. Name the one piece that can go backwards. The bishop will. There's a lot of the bishop yards. Queens can go. Backwards bishops can go backwards came. Essentially nights can go back wrong, but. Just the queen because she can go wherever she. Whatever she wants like target with a red card. Oh Dang. Oh, by the way, check the own spoken speaking of builders and remodelers, because they sponsor fan five do. My wife goes. We need a fourth stall for our garage. Cost knockout this wall and add a fourth stall and Mike Are you nuts? What she has a can't be that much defined that much work. Could you need that for what I said? I, so I go I, go! No, it was like an instant. No, she didn't even think about it and I don't have to. I'd rather just get another house I'm GonNa have to spend? What are we talking about? Oh. What imagine living in a house where I could say the words? No, I did it didn't go over well. I was going to say. Because she wanted me to think about it, so think about what she's really asking me to do. I can do one of two things go. No, we're not doing that or. Great Ideologues! There would be really nice. We could get a fourth stall. We could have more space has should I probably should get three or four quotes, and then go through the whole act for two or three months and just go man. I really thought that was a great idea, but it's just started our budget sweetheart great idea. I really wish it would have worked out. That's what I should have done. What I just said No. No didn't even think about it I. Know because it ain't happening what? She wants to put in their smart stuff. I'm with her on that yeah you. Think as we always talk about. If she was married to hockey, he'd say yes, before the sentence ended. Well, neither one of them would have any money to buy stuff. I don't know that they would have tons of bun for like six months buying everything they can see and then after that it's we're out of money. How are we going to buy stuff better? Corean Kim right now. They've moved to Greece 'cause they're loaded. Yeah, 'cause, they save money, yeah! Orey! Our wives are too similar. I know which wants a fourth garage. Now what we'll wait stuff like happens a lot. Hey, what if we do this? I don't think so well. You don't WanNa talk like you. You're gonNA have fun like. Contemplating like you don't want to talk about like no because I know what the I know, what the end result is right. Why would I waste time? Stop talking about it and going through. The all all of the the fake like act like I care when no, it's not happening. If I had ninety million dollars in the bank in my wife says we need a fourth. Stall for garage ago. Done just write the check. That's not the world we live in in this world. We don't need to add a fourth stall from I hear. You might need one like as Bailey is going to be driving. That was exactly her logic. You're GONNA put Meles. Car I don't care. She can park it in the grass. Killer car well. Yeah, at some point she's. Couple months away from getting their perma which is insane, but Where's Bailey GonNa? Park Not in the fourth stall right back into exists outside. She can park it at a friend's house. I don't care where she is not going to be in the fourth stall. You didn't even think about it yet, and it's just two years then. She's gone right to Gal. They don't. Stall then. I don't know. Just pile up stuff that I should just be donating to goodwill or leaving it on a curb with a big sinuses free. You might need this style to. You should just make a poker room. Yeah, I stopped there Oh Jeez. Yeah, that will knock over. Anita, she shed. You're GONNA love this. This is this is definitely doghouse radio because I'm not kidding. She actually said these words. In the Blaine House. My Office. All of my three eleven posters throughout the years which are super cool. They like art on the wall. It was my office. Nobody else had ever see that was my office. It wasn't like in the middle of the house where guests would go in there and see it. None of them have been hung in a new house. Right could it's. Basically just collecting dust like your harmon killebrew framed photo that disappear. I said. What would we need? A fourth stall four? She said well. Bailey is GONNA. Need a car pretty soon. But. Honestly! What would we need to forestall for? She's like. Don't tell me we don't need any more space sick. What if I just burn all of your three eleven posters? Basically saying they're taking up space. They are piled in my closet, collecting dust, so you can see them all the time. Closet. And saw spigot. Get copy, and he he he is so. All the. Point is. Think about this when I said we don't need to forestall her knee, jerk, response was why don't night is? Burn all of your. All. Hate all of us. I don't get it. No one of the divorce rate is through the roof. All hate us. We spend like one hundred grand. No well, then I'm burning your three. To. Why are those taking up so much space? They are pieces of paper. Muscle Take out. Anything, it's GonNa cut you any wasn't like. We need to get rid of your teeth and barking, but he. was when he to burn your paper. In my wardrobe, my closet sauce, my wardrobe is like the same twenty shirts. I don't have I have tons of extra space, plenty of space for thirty sheets of paper to be rolled up together. My Gosh Eight, there even framed now some of. Even stacked. It doesn't take them. I think she despises. The space is about. Deserting you? Take everything you love it. The next time I'm like. Hey, can I go played this poker tournament? No, you didn't even think about it. She'll go so what? Can I burn the Guinea Pigs. You still have those. Burn them yet. That's all. Got Headlines next right. Yeah, who cares and then got forest today. Garage. Do of of the decades. Bed Yeah. What's the gate versus which decade ninety one versus two thousand? Headlines His neck power to money job. Hey. It's hockey I. Haven't said this enough. You could save money with light stream dot com slash hockey. That's the website stream gives you a credit card consolidation loan and. Consolidate those those credit cards? You're saving so much. Money can't believe you can't believe it. I am so glad that I ran across light dot, com year and a half ago now a little over that and I got myself a credit card consolidation that four credit cards at had run up a bunch of debt, because I'm not great with money I admit I refinance that got it all done and Bam saving so much money. Get a fixed rate credit card, consolidation stream dot, com. 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M. livestream dot com slash hockey subject to credit approval rate includes point five zero percent auto pay discount, terms and conditions apply offers are subject to change without notice visit livestream mecom slash hockey for more information. Take me! By twenty three. The sixth of July. Then Lebron's view. Rain here and there throughout the day, today will be warm again now. Later. We're going to be doing the decades. Today featuring the top songs. Of the years nineteen ninety, one. And Year two thousand and The breakdown will decide which decade one. Because the night. Isn't this. Bruce springsteen. But again this ten thousand maniacs obviously Ed. Corry, you guys ready, yes! Now it's time for. A cat in Australia, survived twelve minutes in the washing machine. WHOA! Wow twelve minutes that was out one. Nine. Remind wet I never. Was this a on those. Was He trying to Break Guinness? Book World Record thing I don't think so. Twelve. Heavy low involuntary. Yeah. You know you gotta be careful. Right? KITTIES, we'll. We'll go right in there they get. You. Don't even you got guy. Be careful. Today is National Fried Chicken Day and International Kissing Day new. Zamin you kiss a foreigner. If you'd like. Aaron Bursar. Doing sauce. It's National Kissing Day. Don't back away from me A. Doing Well. If you'd kiss me then we can do that video. I'll kiss you with. You want with a fish mask. No, you won't then. We can't do the video if you'd kiss me. Do the greatest video of all time you said. Okay Xi with face masks. That's progress. A guy who was scuba. This one's insane guy who was scuba diving in Alabama to real thing I guess. was hooked and pulled to the surface by fishermen. I'M GONNA hope. He wasn't. Hooked in the mouth. The guy took the bait, but it must have part of his wet suit or something must've been hooked and he was pulled to the surface. Think if you're that fishermen going wow! We got one. And a guy in scuba gear comes to the surface. You must be so confused both people must have been unbelievably. What's happening? Marketing caught yeah. That's just to be here and I'll tell you why. That's good eaten. Rhode Island has an anti-drug campaign that asked quote. Did you know your drug dealer is Vegan? In the goal is to make people realize they don't know much about their dealers or what those dealers could be mixing into their drugs, sauces, your dealer Vegan. I don't think so. He's just look at the years. You're pointing years. Brilliant. Twenty six years ago today, really news, but it's just in the news. I Guess Twenty six years ago today, forrest gump was released Earth Gump, but great film hogs two minutes after that Aj fell asleep or if trump. Awesome Movie Yeah Rave movie. A politician in northern. Spain has offered to resign after he accidentally broadcast himself showering during a meeting that was being live streamed. What's okay? That's a guy with a world record basically left it on low live bad laboratories. Aimed right at the shower. Known I normally do jumping jacks rate. Couple squats area. But touch the ground. Cheese. Catherine Zeta Jones is coming out with her. Own goop inspired lifestyle brand. Pajamas scented candle is expected to hit. This Christmas Oh Hawk you in way. Way In. The story out now about the Beatles in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, six, turning down. What is the equivalent of two hundred and fifty million? To reunite and get back together, but they turned it down according to a people magazine article. Because the promoter named Bill Sergeant. Had An opening act. That was a guy from Australia fighting a fourteen foot. Great Wanted Shark fighting fighting it. Oh Wow, wow, but I remember white-hot great point. Ringo Starr says quote. We call each other to see what we would think. We decided not to do it. Because the opening act was a guy fighting a shark, so we thought know how cheese after the Beatles turned him down, this guy decided to concentrate on the next project was with a willy. Gibbons watches me. Wally Gibbons in Australian diver. That was gonNA fight a fourteen foot, five hundred pound, great, white shirt, and a lagoon off western, some more. Like. Man The happened was delicious and it happened. I don't know I. Don't think the Shark. No, they were fighting. I think so. You. Get a text from a guy wants to put your fifth garage Stalin. No, here's the thing is Angie doesn't listen to the show, and she just texts me at eight twenty eight. And of course I'm like somebody told her yeah. Yes, tattled now, but she just basically. Interest going kayaking paddle boarding with the kids this summer, so she's not listening. No, she's already buying. Now. We're GONNA. act. will use once every four years. Yeah, she's purchased kayaks already. She's We have another billion dollar billion dollar. Billion View Youtube Song Ice Hockey note it is. Man. So good. him. Let me see here. See if you. Know. Don't guess, don't. I won't say where same. All three of you know. I don't know. This song came out in two thousand and two. It's a rock song from Oh two one billion views now on Youtube. And the lead singer is no longer with us. came out. To. There's only really. Two or three bands it could be if I say the lead singer. took his own life. Oh took. Stunt pilot sitting Nevada. You go on your Clo to. Alison chains. Going close. Think, more recent death. There's two huge suicide in the last three years. In. This is one of them. Tell you. Oh. In the end by Lincoln Park now has over one billion views. He he sang for the surgical pilots right for a little while. He was laid singer Hey. That's good. Song them it's. One day. You know what the song is. That has the most views in youtube history at six point eight five billion, does it? Watch it. It's What's it called son by Sei. Gangnam style is seven with almost four million. d'esposito d'esposito all. Full I'd probably listen to a ten million times south this song. Second. Almost six billion views. Baby Shark. Management. That sounds hideous. Alright. Should we do the the dual of the decades decades love this bit I'm glad you do so. We go ninety one versus Oh one. That's right. Down and decide which decade one what we do. Experts is nice power to morning joe on the fan. The Fan. To give paid. Their Sir pieces of paper I? Just printed there on the pressure. Would you grab him for movies? Yeah, please. Let her go. We'll just. Walk. Me Would you please shut up, Margo. Five of us in this room, because then we have finished vote on every one of these years. Half to be. Majority I can like one more than the others. Though right. Which one do you like better? Ben Real part of this the last time we did it or not I feel like I was. Fun We pick a decade or two years, and we see which decade we like better Yup. Can't wait. Is this one of no? It's not very daddy. Okay, don't worry about it. Here we go. The dual. Of the decade ninety one versus a one ten songs from. Year end hot, one hundred singles hot, one hundred I've been. How old were you in one, thousand, nine, hundred one? Was Born in seventy eight so I. Don't know, do the math. Yep Yep Yep Corey? I was eleven ASSOCI-. In Ninety one I was. I was nine Zach minus four. Twenty five twenty years, twenty. We go ten versus ten nine nine You're voting hats ready. We started in nineteen ninety-one. The number ten song. Amy Grant's baby baby baby. This wells buying grants pretty UELI. We fourteen years to two thousand one. The number ten song of the year was. It's fiance. Right at desk. Independent women. Amy Grant or destiny's child. took. Yeah I'M GONNA have to shadow this one I'm not a big beyond. Say Fan, but. This one's better than yeah. I'll go this. I I like a lot of destiny's child songs are. Songs more than Amy Grant. It's not this one I, actually lean amy grant. Her giant one hit. Bb Zach, what are you doing? I'M GONNA go beyond say. Oh one wins without even voting. Because I was going amy grant. Like. Bad! All right, so we got a one point lead for two thousand and one so far. We moved to the number nine song, which took me forever to find from nine hundred ninety one. This is ninety. Same beginning to different song. Is called the first time, and it's by Ben called surface. By, remember this at all. No not yet so it'd be an easy vote for I know home here we go. No Signs. Yeah I Remember, this was surfing. One already. I didn't have to hear number nine. Number nine from a one is. Lenny Kravitz. On. Anybody. Well. It's unanimous so far two thousand and one with two points kicking east. He's super cool. Always the definition of cool yeah to I'd like to look like him. Good luck thank. You welcome the royds. I'm working. I doubt it and not. Why are you so mean there's just no way you've actually put in a text. No! Texture dealer. That's dumb. Don't do that. Check Porn you just did who writes check for PORNA- right check for A. Heart. Number Eight, another band I'd never heard of. I like the way the kissing game by hi, fi. Remember. Do you. I'm going ninety one. But something. That's terrible. Pretty bad. Ninety, one wasn't good. Remember. Singing it makes. No kidding. I don't think I know the sounds. Well. Let's move move forward in. Two thousand one ten years later. This is Daito it's Daito. Like? A, rock. knows. The spy mile despite for two thousand and one. Yeah. It's tough because I actually liked the one you like five. Ninety one but. The song better with Eminem. I'm, GONNA GO WITH Idaho. Ongoing? But it doesn't matter. The three nothing lead. You better start standing up for yourself nineteen ninety-one. Words worries by streaming. Nineteen Ninety one. It's going to be tough to be. It is GONNA be tough to beat. Who? My. Coming down the. Stretch. Man. Number seven one. Gwen Stafani let's blow your mind voted for this extreme. Go. Shake. This one. But I'M GONNA. Go the other one extreme. Point, then you're GONNA go with. I, saying this are dance to this. At a super bowl party in San Diego and got pulled off the stage. Did you arrange song this song Mike Hell yeah jumped up. Wow she was singing and. Obviously security me up there, but I said screw. You live. Drake's. Adult care. I need to see that side of Ben. We. It I know I wasn't there for sorry. Go three, two, one, two, thousand, one leads. Number, six, hundred, nine, hundred ninety one voting for ninety-one. Unbelievable. So. That's GONNA. Be Tough for me, though because number six in two thousand one was. matchbox twenty. I'm of. Ivo Ninety one ninety one tack. Ninety, one man sorry. How would have gone matchbox twenty personally? Cute. I love matchbox. I'M GONNA. Go Ninety one. Okay there you go! It's three to one starts to make a comeback. Thanks to? Hell Yeah. Number Five Again this took me forever to find. Nineteen Ninety one. Somebody called Timmy T.. Had A song called one more drying, Oh yeah I remember the number five song the. Spirit long time. I don't know this sort. Didn't mean to. Point you all. coast. Of course. You. Own. One. I've literally never heard the sun and you just saying and I love it so much. Might vote for just. One more try. Timmy T. I'm downloading this immediate now all right? Let's see if you like it better than the number five from two thousand one the battle of the decades tool of the decades. Has, featuring jar rule and. What have you hate bolts on? Your. You love that ninety one sorry. Ninety one! I hate both about ninety one. I speak for my client. A One Off You like this. Better how Zach all? We gotta time we got a breakdown. You're breaking the. Timmy T. baby to go. Wrong. You can't go three straight for Ninety one coaching. Kareem. As, we head into the number four. Number four from one thousand nine hundred hundred decades there better be some new kids on here somewhere somebody's. Banger. Oh Yeah. Absolutely rush rush rush right Oh. Song Round so far we see a lot of love. But back to get controversial. because. There's no doubt this sounds better. Trained and drops of Jupiter Number Four for two thousand and one we. Train wins this. Style! She's back in the atmosphere. I two thousand one. I go ninety one I go ninety one Dan. He. LOVES TRAIN I love train, but I'm going Paulo. Takes. She had some bangers. Now, we're getting real nostalgic because you're talking, you know I was. What would you guys do? The matinee thirteen thirteen? Grabbing. A. Framing trying to distance. Wow. Get three left. It's a four three lead for ninety one in the dual of the decades. Can Be hard to beat number three from nineteen ninety-one. Oh. There's no way. Better than this. Bag. This is. The initials game if I didn't badly last week. This what I know, you mean the store snob Bid Oh. That was stumped a SNOB. Was the surgery. Okay, well, number three then for two thousand one. Can It beat everybody Dancin? Right now, so. Close. To us. Ninety one. Janet Janet Jackson offer. NC By. This at all but I liked it. Breath what? Job By ninety one. So far. On his way back five straight five to three as we have to left, I'll two thousand one can hope to do is tie. Let's find out if they can bring the. Kids new kids number two song. You're nineteen ninety-one. When been finally started the flourish? It's about time. Bad. Too I WANNA sex you up with the number to. Wind. This. If I. Would I be cool? Grievance Goes No. That sounds great. That's number two. Can it be beaten by two thousand one? Nine. So. Hold on hold on. She's ten thousand times more towns time. Two thousand one. Better Ninety one. Two Thousand One wow got united thousand one, but let's. Scrape Ninety one is. We moved to the top spot. It doesn't matter. The decade has been one the dualist overdue kids. It's gotTA. Be One thousand, nine, hundred ninety one number, one dollars, year or informer hey. Yeah grab a hold of both you socks, okay. Ninety one Fran. I do a free voting ninety-one. Regardless of what is it a landslide? This Song Wales! To Greats, who should do it? My one. What is? It can be beaten by the number one song of two thousand one. No. Life, The number one song of the entire year. It's ninety one ninety one. Dominate. Very was seven straight. said the ninety nine come on. Decade! I love the bridge of the song, but yes, that's a great song. Brian. Life House life. But Bryan Adams everything I. Do I do it for you, you can't. I mean come on this earth. robinhood man! Number one song for so long. Ninety one wolf stat ask congratulations nine, thousand, nine, hundred ninety. One the dual of the decades. What. Bend congratulations. Good job man. This is a fun game giveaway. Listen to Tommy, DI, and my car. I. Put Timmy t's Timmy, but don't. Ask. Then, we'll see you on. Thursday ass, right off by. Tomorrow Five thirty nine.

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How Dive Bars Can Be Especially Vulnerable to COVID-19

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How Dive Bars Can Be Especially Vulnerable to COVID-19

"It's Friday June twenty, six I'm Oscar Ramirez from the daily podcast in Los, Angeles and this is reopening America. We've shifted into a new phase in the coronavirus pandemic were social, distancing washing your hands wearing those face masks, and we're re opening the country. I'll still updates on any new information about the virus vaccine development, but will also be focusing on how we are reopening America everything that makes a dive bar. Great makes them especially vulnerable to cove in nineteen. Dark Interiors and busy atmospheres might lend itself to a good time, but it makes it hard to social distance and keep the air clean. The big question is our patrons ready to go back. Nick man called Battelle reporter at eater joins us for more thanks for joining US nick thanks rabbinate. As the country starts to open up. One of my favorite types of places to go to the dive bar is particularly vulnerable to cove in Nineteen you know we've done stories about how transmission happens they. In, especially places with poor ventilation. Let's say a person to person contact for extended periods of time, and those are some of the things that you get at a dive. Are Some of the things that you make even better really you know you like these dark places that you know when they're filled to the gills is just action happening and drinks flowing. Lots of good people watching these are some things that really make dive bar special, but it's also that thing that makes them vulnerable to cove in nineteen. Nick tell us a little bit about it. You spoke to few bar owners and their experience around all of this. So number of bartenders bar owners all over the country, and the situation really differs each city, but there were definitely some overlapping factors, so people really love going to rowdy dive bars because they are small and there notoriously dirty, and even if that type isn't exactly true for most places, it's still gives them a reputation that maybe makes customers a little bit weary about going into covert era. You know they tend to do a lot of business at the bar as opposed to table, so it's Kinda hard to socially distance there they deal in cash which has become taboo. They do things that are normally really cute and fun like they serve communal snacks and. And obviously that can't happen now, so these businesses are really struggling, even in comparison to other restaurants and bars around them, who may be can pivot to provide to go cocktails due to loosened regulations, some cities die I can't really do that either, because they don't serve mixed drinks, or they're known for that, and unless a customer is going to go out of their way to throw a few dollars to a dive bar, the probably not going to order a beer to go, so there are not a lot of options for these owners, even the ones who are sort of trying to work with the regulations in their cities, because customers just aren't going for that. So. Let's talk about some of those regulations, because as things started to open up one of the rules and a lot of places was you had to serve food if you were going to also serve drinks so? These drinks only bars were at a disadvantage, and they were making partnerships with restaurants or or something else so that they can do both. Again it of comes down to the city, 'cause regulations differing everywhere, and they're changing all the time, which is making it really hard for some of these owners, but yeah Susan Carnell who owns the living room in La partnered with a soul, food restaurant next door, or was planning to as a few weeks ago to set up in their parking lot, and serve and drinks, and then just recently la announced. She no longer has to do that so now. She's re figuring and Marcano. Who Owns Britannica in new. York, boy, as getting around a rule that required to go drinks there to be accompanied company. So he was just throwing in a bag of chips just to get around that arbitrary rule, so it takes a lot of pivoting and a lot of creativity from these owners to get around these crazy rules. What about bartenders I know? A lot of business owners bar owners are concerned for their staff. Obviously as well. They want them to be safe, but they also want them to make money, and if people aren't really turning out, it's a difficult thing to really go back to. Some owners have gotten loans a lot of no gotten PP loans, which shaft to go for the most part two employees, even though that's shifting as well so some of them have been able to bring back staff in some capacity, but that also relies on the willingness of the bartenders to come back at all, and in some cases. That's not a problem in New York for example Mark said. That Potanin Co would be happy to come back. You know they are don being quarantine. They WANNA work, but out in La at the living room. The situation is totally different. You know the staffers are really collections. Beyond this you spoke about the business loans, and all that costs are going up everywhere, so some of the great things about dive bars are some of the really cheap drink specials, and you talk about a place in Philadelphia. That had a shot and a beer combo for four dollars, a think in Los Angeles where I'm from one of the fun places. I used to go to back in the day the golden they would do a same thing. Shoddy Tequila and a beer combo for four dollars, and these prices aren't necessarily sustainable that much anymore. Depending on what the comeback is like. Yeah. A lot of these businesses were already struggling to survive in major city. Dive bars have been disappearing for years, and this is really just exacerbating that, so bob and Barbara's a great bar in Philadelphia has been known forever for serving the special elsewhere. It's not the citywide special because a shot and a beer, usually a PBS marina at Jim Beam and that. That person that drink has been creeping up already from three dollars to three fifty four dollars and I talked to Jack Chris. WHO's owned the bar for twenty five years and he doesn't know what he's going to price it. If and when the borrow pits, he doesn't know how he's going to be able to make his bottom line work and still offer. Affordable drinks that people know the Barkhor. I WanNa to read the quote that you put from Prince at the very anyhow article talking about the situation for dive bars, and he said you know if this is the end while that sucks, but hopefully we will live on, and let's just got to be the sentiment that a lot of bar owners business owners more broadly obviously to restaurants and things like that, but that's just got to be the sentiment that a lot of people have with the way. The shutdown have impacted businesses. Dive is are pillars of their communities, their places that from the foundation for a lot of people to come together, and they are struggling. They were struggling. They will continue to struggle, and they will continue to work to survive to keep lighting the scene and the drinks that people feel awkward, but going to be hard, and you speak about it throughout the article how dive bars have had to? To update themselves renovate to attract more people, but they also want to cater to the locals that people in their community that really prop up that business, and this is why I love you know my own local dive bars. The same thing you like to be irregular. Somebody liked to go and socialize and know the people there and as prince said it would suck if that would go away. He's really typified by Living Room Right here in Los, Angeles and that. A bar owner. There was talking about how she does care to a couple of different crowds. You know during the daytime. She gets her regulars and at night. You know as a more diverse gentrified crowd basically and those daytime regulars are older folks because of their community. They're older black folks. There are people that go way back with her. Who Show up for her? They're her friends and they're worried there maybe not coming back as much as they want to support You know a friendly business. They're just not gonNA. Come Out! Nick man called Battelle reporter at eater. Thank you very much for joining us. Thanks again ran. I'm Oscar is and this is reopening America. Don't forget that for today's big news story. Check me out on the daily dive podcast every Monday through Friday, so follow us on Iheartradio or wherever you get your podcast. Never, has the world of golf in more fascinating or more influx, thanks to a suddenly newfound appreciation for a sport that millions love, and even more millions of watching my new podcast. The Shack show hosted by me Geoff. 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 The $50 Billion Burrito  Olympics money. Chipotles 2 lives. The Opioid $26B settlement.

Snacks Daily

20:44 min | 1 d ago

The $50 Billion Burrito Olympics money. Chipotles 2 lives. The Opioid $26B settlement.

"This is nick. This and this is snacks daily. It is friday to real friday july twenty. The dow inched up to another record high yesterday so much for the air to change jack one narrative. That's never changed. This is the best one yet baby. Tv alive i story. The olympics opening ceremony happens today in tokyo japan. So we're looking at who actually wins the olympics. Not who you think for our second story. Police stock just search thirteen percent to an all time. Because you pull ages realized they have two different shapur outlay restaurants. This is. it's dr. Jekyll and mr hyde in one competent. It's really more like hide situation. Yeah they're both good for third and final story. Twenty six billion dollars. That's how much four major drug companies are paying to settle th the opioid lawsuits so weird thing. Their stocks din fall yesterday. They rose snappers before we those three great stories. I love this mixed before the weekend. I wish we did this on saturday. This sound of a child laughing as one of the great joys of humanity so snacks just for a second. Take a pause and listen around you. You might notice that the children around you are laughing with an unusual accent. Weird are your baby's first. Words balkars dodgy or bloke. Does your eight year old daughter dressed like dame judi dench if she does. These children may have a case of pepe pig. Syndrome. that's right. Pepe pig the epic iconic british children's cartoons have pig never gets old pepe. Pig is the second most watched chiltern show on planet earth. Who's that behind tampa pink smackers over the past year. According to the wall street journal american children have been binging on pepe peg while at home parents are on zoom. The kids are watching pappa. Infants are now spending the whole day with the english pepe. Pig not american. Spongebob and the result is kind of unsurprising. If you think about it. Yankee children have picked up the same vocab and accent as winston churchill and mary poppins got like tween shown up. The dinner table demanding shepherd's pie. That's what they want. Saggers kids are talking father. Christmas like they're living in charles dickens novel there even being polite to their good old dear mom and dear dad with you. There are taken off their trainers before they enter the house. so snacker. here's what jack. And i think if you see a kid demand plate at piccadilly circus. That's pepe pig syndrome. If you're kindergarteners spells the word color with an. Oh you for some weird reason. That's pepe picks andhra jack. If you catch your kid with a pint of carlsberg that may be pick syndrome necessarily feels like more of a longterm discussion. Got to have that kid daily. The rain food is candy. They don't reflect abused her family informational just so recommended any security. It's not a research report or investment advice natta offer or sale of a security that's next digestive business. News rapid financial llc member finra slash sipc four. Our first story. Ted may tokyo and its economy are celebrating the opening ceremony of the twenty twenty olympic games. Except it's not twenty twenty now isn't that does not celebrate. That's a great point and this isn't just because of the pandemic latchkey clarify by the way jack. I'm just here for like the rhythmic speed walking. I tell you're gonna say you're here for the food. You aren't sharp or flat at all actually thought that was great. Nbc isn't a sponsor of this podcast. I wouldn't continue doing it by thought. You did. A great job with daggers. Sue bird and eddie alvarez one point guard and one second baseman. They're going to carry the flag in today's opening ceremony not too shabby because they're repin six hundred thirteen american olympic and paralympic athletes. Maybe a few smackers in their those six injured and thirteen will compete before zero fails no fans and no eight hundred million dollars of ticket revenue as we expect it and also no expected two billion dollars in spending by tourists at japan's hotels and restaurants. Because when you go to the olympics. You're really just going to eat things. Even if the tokyo olympics had fans present though they probably would have lost. Monica tokyo olympics act are basically like a softbank portfolio. It's while you're trying to sound for japan for the city of tokyo for the japanese people. They're losing money. It's though we work of sporting events. Now tokyo sad back in two thousand thirteen when they were bidding for these games that it would cost seven point four billion dollars to the japanese people. Jack got the whiteboard here. Turns out that was optimistic. Very yeah japan's government just audited the olympics it turns out the actual cost is nearly three times that twenty billion dollars in here jack. I found another cost at the bottom is two and a half billion extra dollars for covert measures. Yeah like the washing and burell. But even if covert and the pandemic hadn't happened these games were on pace for triple their budget. But here's what jacket. I find fascinating about the olympics. Knackers that situation. It's actually typical every olympics since nineteen sixty has run over budget by more than double on average so the costs are borne by taxpayers. Which you teach and the economic benefits are less clear. Okay so we know what you're thinking next not great for the people or the government's sore the olympics for the corporations. No ooh interesting. Tell more seventy nine percent of the i. o. c.'s revenues come from td rats and the tv. Rights are a global bonanza. You want to be friends with the tv rights n. b. c. Which is owned by comcast is pushing people hard to join peacock because only nbc can broadcast the olympics in america. But i'm cost. This is sitting there chewing on something i feel. He's always chewing. no fans. no prob bob. Costas and mike tariq oh yeah both went to syracuse orange. All over the place and the nbc guys are expecting two point. Two billion dollars ads sales just for the olympics which is twenty percent higher than the rio. Two thousand sixteen games on the other hand. You got a different situation. Going over at toyota. Yeah toyota is japanese company and cancelled their domestic advertising plants. Which we're going to be huge. Because the japanese people do not approve of these games. eighty three percent of them. So jack what's the takeaway for our buddies over in every city across the world. Voters don't wanna build olympic stadium's anymore because they're a waste of money Jack 2016 rio games. Remember that pool with the green water. Like kind of by copacabana beach. I thought i needed a new tv. Turns out brazil just needed some chlorine yeah That pool is now totally unused. It's actually gone from green to orange. Which technically. I'm no poo allergist but that seems worse and that's typical smackers. We love the olympics but some great journalism and some scholars at universities. They've showed us that the doesn't add up for the people. Here's the reality. The cost of hosting the olympics is not worth it economically. Now there's a big unless yes we wanna tell you about a lovely city of los angeles. It's not worth hosting the olympics. Unless you already have all the facilities you need to host the games. La was the only profitable olympics. Ever even going back to greece a longtime ago that was in nineteen eighty-four when a. was profitable but now they're prepping for their third olympic games in twenty twenty eight because l. a. already has the stadiums hotels the beaches the infrastructure. Once voter seat the insane cost of building. Olympic village were seeing cities. Pull out of the process because build a new stadium just for one set of games. Apparently isn't worth smackers before. Our second story realized today snack fact is best served. As a trivia question and the snack fact slash trivia question is which american university has hosted an olympics opening ceremony. A baseball world series and a super bowl is isn't usc. Is at georgia tech. Is it the university of missouri or is it. Ucla usc georgia tech university of missouri or ucla take our quiz on twitter or instagram. We whipped him up at robinhood. Snacks the answers coming at the end of this pot. If you're really impatient for our second storage of polay just hit an all-time high because it's actually two restaurants in what restaurant two different format. Yes to different customer bases erred. Same walk up chew different prophets okay. By the way jack. This could be a snack fact. We're like giving it a lot of press here back in two thousand five mc donald's actually owned ninety percent of chipotle ninety percent of aaa today would be worth forty five billion dollars. Mcdonald's sold all of that in two thousand six if they hadn't sold all of that i don't think japan there would be as successful as it is. Today it would have been your classic walk block. Situation awkward situation for ronaldo because aaa just he'd a fifty billion dollar valuation. I'm not sure foam o or sellers. Remorse is the right way to describe. Bill like looking at their acts on facebook. And they're like it me. Was it in the meantime. And that's because chipotle as dr search thirteen percent to that all time high. The reason is impressive to poli jacked up prices by thirty percent per burrito because of rising costs of their inputs and yet despite higher prices sales jumped last quarter so gorkhas always extra but now it's like extra extra. Give me tortilla or give me back my gonna do. I get the g- walker do i pay the mortgage now. This is what the said that naked. I found fascinating. This is wild should pull has evolved into two different sizeable businesses with two different customer bases. We noticed that in the earnings call. One business is the dining rooms and the other two business is digital sales to poland. Outs that in the second quarter in-app ordering generated more sales than in store ordering dead for the first time jack. That is a huge change. So right now you basically have. One billion of sales coming from orders placed in the app ahead of time and one billion from sales right in the restaurant. But here's the weird thing about that's knackers. Only fifteen percent of japan customers do both those activities like order on the app or eat in the store. The other eighty five percent edge bali customers. They're living in separate world. Yeah they're just doing one or the other so one of them is the dining room business right all right. This is like jack this our buddy. Timmy this is. They don't have a car. The living in the city. Monday to friday going at you. Pull lifelong right and they're not going alone. They're meeting a buddy for lunch to break up the work day there might even be there with coworkers and this dining room shapur later they go in and get like assembly line inspiration. Now know what they're going to order when they walk up to that chabala they'll i do. I get a bowl or do get a burrito to get a salad or a bowl and they micromanage. I just want to have a dollop of the cream. No more no less. If there's more or less. I'm sending it back now. That's the dining room order. But then there's other customer for aaa who's the digital customer the digital aaa customer probably has a car probably lives in the suburbs and probably uses through because they're grabbing dinner on the way home from work and eating at home. Now funny thing about the way. This person orders. Jack is they're not like the dining room aaa people. They consistent order. They opened their aaa app. And they just click reorder. Yeah the same thing. I uttered last time a burrito for me tacos for my significant other. So jackie got a weird situation here to completely different customers to completely different ways of ordering not a weird situation a great situation because they're both profitable for aaa so jack. What's the takeaway for our buddies over oversupply the recipe for restaurants. Let your app segment your customers snacker. Now that you pull a knows which locations or digital and which are dining room they can tailor those restaurants to serve the specific customer simple example. Let's say a aaa gets most their business from the at a suburban people are probably eating at home using their own silverware so that aaa doesn't need as much plastic silverware less obvious example. Jack maybe they can employ completely different marketing teams and different menu strategies depending if it's an urban chipo or like a suburban show we all know that salad. Greens are freshest. Went eaten right away delicious. So you paulie can push salads at restaurants that have dine in customers not drive their customer. Snacker were expecting chains like burger king. Wendy's sweet green to try to segment their customers this same way. Given this cipolla knowledge. The app will reveal who is dining out digitally and who is dining in for our third and final story. We just got the second biggest legal settlement. In united states history yesterday opioid companies are paying twenty six billion dollars and yet they're stocks rose on the news. Okay so jack or in the middle of a pandemic but people aren't talking about the fact we're also in an epidemic. Same time yes. The epidemic of opioid overdoses is not over. Now it's as bad as ever actually when you look at the numbers the number of opioid overdose is in america. Jumped to a record. Seventy thousand last year according to the cdc. Yeah like we said the pandemics bad. There's also an epidemic. Oh yeah painkillers. Talk about opioids. Oxycontin sentinel off the same problem and honestly this isn't new because it goes all the way back to nineteen ninety. Nine half a million americans have died from opioid overdose since that and all that led to three thousand separate lawsuits across the united states against the drug makers ended distributors the allegations the drug distributors turned a blind eye. Allowed ludicrous numbers of painkillers. Raising going to like tiny towns messed up marketing on this johnson. And johnson who produces opioids downplayed. How a dictator their in their marketing. Okay so then all those lawsuits all three thousand of them. Got turned into one mega case with big news yesterday. Here's the big news instead of going to trial. These four drug companies saddled a lot easier but settling is expensive. They're paying a whopping twenty six billion dollars to end these three thousand loss. Okay jack. we're talking second-biggest. Settlement in the history of the united states ever the only settlement bigger was when big tobacco settled for their like decades of misdeeds in the late nineties. Two camels marlboro man. All the market. It always comes down to the marketing stuff. Johnson and johnson mckesson amarah source. Bergen and cardinal health are paying a combined. Twenty six billion dollars jack. How about everyone. Over at the purdue company in the sackler family that like invented the painkiller. Basically there are the ringleader of this epidemic. And they're being sued separately. That's a different star now. The families in this situation aren't gonna actually get money directly from this twenty six billion dollar settlement yes. The money is going to states and local governments who will provide support for families and victims and vulnerable people to opioid another. Really interesting number here is two and a half billion dollars out of the twenty six billion dollars yeah about ten percent of this element is paying for the hundreds maybe thousands of lawyers aides who rep those three thousand loss. It was a two year lawsuit and the second biggest history so jack. What's the takeaway for the pharmaceutical companies. Investors hate surprises and this was actually zero percent surprised yes knackers. The ford do drug companies. Here are literally paying out billions against second-biggest settlement in united states. History and yet most of their stocks rose this week by as much as five percent. You would have thought such huge number. The stocks would have fallen. It was a huge cost but it wasn't new news to the investors. Jacqueline jumped snack. Thou back in. October of twenty. Twenty johnson and johnson predicted this. Basically they put aside five billion dollars exactly the amount of money they have to pay in february the three drug distributors the other three they put aside twenty one billion which is exactly how much they had to pack so exactly. The price they're selling on today is exactly what investors expected. Today their lawyers must have known. Exactly what the settlement was going to end up with on the other hand if the drug companies had to pay more than they'd had predicted or admitted any wrongdoing. Then that would have been a different situation. That would have been a surprise yes. They didn't admit wrongdoing. And they didn't pay more than expected and that's why they're stocks actually rose investors. Were relieved that it's over jack. Kenya whip up the takeaways for us before the weekend. Tokyo isn't having fun this olympics. Nbc is yeah. Voters aren't into paying for olympics anymore for a second story. Chipotle has two different businesses dining digital the app segments that customers third and final story at the opioid settlement was finally reached for twenty six billion dollars. Investors hate surprises and there was no new news here last bit on that the states have to decide whether to accept the settlement time for our snack fact the today which is actually the answer to the trivia question. We asked you eight minutes ago. This one's from nick. And jack from san francisco and vermont. Earth truly witch. American university has hosted an olympics opening ceremony. A baseball world series and super bowl. Back isn't usc georgia tech university of missouri. Ucla or bowdoin college is southern cal. Usa the la memorial coliseum was built in nineteen thirty two hosted in nineteen eighty four. And then we'll host in two thousand. Twenty eight voted a world series. Two super bowls. They will host three olympics. And guess what. Six presidents have spoken at the l. a. memorial and the pope and mlk end the dalai lama and nelson mandela d one lineup. That's i think that's far city staggers. You look fantastic today. So you would dine in or digital police and part of fifteen percent that does i mean this is the new first day. Question checks knackers attitude tinder profile. Nick and i will see my. We can't wait h. Y. h. y. s. T. end before we go. Jack you wanna whip up this birthday for us over here at b. birthday to our body. Timmy it's our body timmy. Real guy. happy. Sixtieth anniversary and nano in massive for new york. I mean round up to one hundred. That's incredible sixties a lot. It's a lot. It's six decades there haley from denver. Happy birthday and congrats on the new home. Birthday chris costello and glasgow scotland and joe garcia in san antonio and andrea bore ohio n. nikki who snacking or cooking right now in hudson ohio brian clark or third birthday boy this week from lake mills wisconsin. Yeah and then stephanie. Cadre happy birthday down in dallas and michael quiz now in madison wisconsin and allison in santa clara california happy birthday happy birthday to georgia parts in atlanta georgia and legendary snack. Or michael. Barberry having a birthday in vegas jacob pager celebrating their anniversary and now jack. Chris went as his goose day anniversary. Coming up anybody celebrating today naked. A t. celebrate the winds. 'cause it's friday. This is jack. Nick own stock of aaa the robin hood snacks. Podcast you just heard reflects the opinions of the host associated persons of robinhood financial llc and does not reflect the views of robinhood markets inc. Her any of its subsidiaries or affiliates. The podcast is for informational purposes. Only and is not intended to serve as a recommendation to buyer sell any security and is not an offer sale of a security. 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Hour 1: Deadline Day for Dak

The Stephen A. Smith Show

37:56 min | 1 year ago

Hour 1: Deadline Day for Dak

"It's I take your take on ESPN RADIO ESPN APP Sirius. Xm Channel Eighty also simulcast on ESPN news infra. Jason Fed some hood presented by Progressive Insurance and all the guests we're going to have. They're going to be on the Shell Pennzoil Performance Line I. Give you our sportscenter headlines Texans. Kenny stills arrested at the Louisville Protests so Louisville police say that was one of eighty seven people arrested Tuesday after protesting at the home of. Kentucky. Attorney General Daniel. Cameron still faces three charges including intimidation of participant in the legal process that is a felony. The protests over the death of Brianna Taylor who's twenty six twenty six year old black woman who was shot eight times. Times in Louisville back on March thirteenth also Oron Lsu's head coach guy chance to talk to the vice president, Mike Pence and says that we need football. Oregon spoke the Oregon. Coach spoke to Mike Pence said we really need football. Football is the lifeblood of our country, and lastly James Harden of the Houston Rockets Arrives in Orlando five days after the team, and must go through the initial quarantine in his room as all players and staff did upon arrival before joining practice, so hardened arrives with the Houston Rockets in Orlando. That is our headlines Right here on I. Take Your take here on ESPN radio time for straight. Talk brought to you by straight talk wireless. So. The big story of the day is Dak Prescott. But when is it not the big story of the day? We talk about the quarterback the Dallas cowboys. His name has been hot in NFL. Circles this off season and the big question is wins Dak going to get paid last summer. We went through. This would seek and trying to figure out well Zeke Elliott. When's he going to get paid? It's just a never ending drama with the cowboys. It's tiresome to me. It is personally because we know that. Dak Prescott is going to get paid. Because there is no big difference maker at the position for the cowboys on that chart. Then that Prescott don't ask me with Andy. Dalton, it's a great backup and a great guy to have on your roster because experience but Andy Dalton is not the answer. Every summer the Dallas cowboys have to put us through this. You know who's which star player is going to get paid. which star players not going to get paid? Prescott, in his agent and the Jones clan aren't gonNA. Find a way to get this deal done period is just that I think that because the Dallas cowboys are so polarizing, whichever way you WanNa take that and because they're. They're always in the news for one reason or the other at think that this is why the cowboys get so much acclaim, and so many question marks around the organization be, and this is a team here. That has not won the super bowl a while here and so the negotiations aren't always a slight at the player I've been through negotiations with contracts in my career as A. A BROADCASTER OFFER ESPN I've been through negotiations. It's not always a slight sometimes is just about negotiations trying to find that sweet spot financially for both sides? That's what it comes down to, but this is not just this huge slide I. Well I guess. This is the end for deck, Prescott. I mean if he's going to get tagged. That means that this is the no more than. Than Likely Dak Prescott going to be with the team for the long haul is just that it's just part of the push and pull the tug of war when it comes to negotiations, so if you're a cowboys fan, and you're on pins and needles at the edge of your seat. Saying oh Woah Woah what's going on with deck? Is he going to get some? Yeah, of course? I remember last year. After the first game that the cowboys played. Jerry Jones as you well know is someone that loves to have his press conference in before his head coach does. About all the time after Games, you see Jerry Jones against the wall, talking to the press and he said you know we're pretty close to a deal here. I deal is imminent I. Believe was his actual quote when it came to that Dak Prescott that was last season so here we are on the fifteenth of July and there is no deal that's insight, and so the question is what's going to happen with this well if I were back? Today I would feel like mad. Every time I turn on first. Take every time I, watch sportscenter every time I turn on my favorite music station. Everyone's talking about me. Do just wants to hear Summer Walker and Tony Sway Kendrick P. and he just wants to be able to turn on music and that stuff about him. We know how Special Dak Prescott is as a player. If you think he's in the middle of the road. That's still pretty good in this league. He may not be. Patrick Mahomes, but he still a viable quarterback and guess what I know that you know that and also Jerry Jones knows that you're right here on I. Take your take here on ESPN. Radio the ESPN APP, I'm John Hood for Jason Fitz So. As we talk about this with Dak Prescott. I thought it was a really really great conversation today regarding Dak Prescott on I take Max. Kellerman is not completely sold on that but Stephen and Louis Riddick. Says that he's earned the deal. Let's go back in time earlier today and hear the conversation about that. Prescott! Has he proven enough to get a big deal? Does desserts. The top paid quarterback, not named Patrick Mahomes. No, not simply because he's the next guy up now there are two different things here one the way it actually works and to the way it ought to work the way it should be. Should Carson Wentz have gotten the size deal. He got no. No we couldn't come to the well. He cowardice team to the playoffs. Stop everybody. He played okay down the stretch, turning the ball over in games, third downs consistently follow up a great play with dad plays, and was in the weakest division of all time, and got healthy against that division, the NFC east against whom, by the way all the other quarterback did at least as well as Carson Wentz late in that season. The Jared Goff deserve the size of the contract. He got well. How did the rams fair after they gave him that deal? Right, is that part of the reason. Little cash strapped in terms of paying people to pay attracting regions. Yes, golf and. Has a really high upside and golf throws a pretty spiral right, but can those guys compensate for the fact that you may not have enough money to pay the defense? No. Those of players, at least not yet and guys, neither is back so when people point to West got paid in Gospel got paid. That was a mistake. The market is irrationally exuberant. Four quarterbacks and the Dallas cowboys have tried to be responsible about this. They waited too long to try to extend that. That's why it's so expensive now. They played them cheap for so long. That's true, but they're saying look. We gave you everything it offense at least defensive talent, going down to perform last year now more even bringing in the coach. We're isolating was the coach of the quarterback. Okay, that now they're saying. Let's get rid of the now. Let's find out if it's the quarterback. The cowboys are still not a hundred percent convinced that deck is or is going to be elite. That's why this is happening and guys. As much as I believe is on his way to being elite. I can't say I fought them. He's good, maybe on his way to be in great, he's not great yet. Well you're wrong. Number One reason you're wrong because you changed the question very slick of you Max Kellerman, but you don't get to get away with that on. I take the question was has proven enough to get a big deal. It wasn't whether or not he should be the second line that Patrick Mahomes, so that's good on your very very skillful and smooth you're. Dealing with me here. You Ain't getting away with that. Dan was not what the question was done enough to get a big deal. And the answer is yes. Thirty touchdowns and eleven interceptions, sixty percent completion of his passes a ninety nine quarterback rating. You look at all of these different things right, and you would go along with the fact that look at the investment that the Dallas Cowboys have made you book for your wide receiving. Court you draft CD lamp to go with Michael Gallup Amari Cooper Jason Win the senior citizen. There's no mortgage. Mortgage tight end. You still got thirteen hundred yards Russia plus Russia in Ezekiel Elliott. You've got a big top offensive line, and you're already paying that. Press got thirty one point four million dollars this year now granted when you sit up and say as proven enough or whatever the case may be, you can make the argument against it I understand that, but we gotta take into account. Who you have Andy Dalton Joe Becca Andy Dalton improved at at nine years. We look at a lot of quarterbacks getting paid around the national. Football League of. Super bowl championships, but they're getting paid. Kirk cousins is get paid. Matt Ryan is getting paid. Matthew Stafford get paid. The list goes on and on now granted. That's twenty eight to thirty million years as opposed to the thirty five million a year that that Prescott is talking about, but again without getting into the specific number. Does he deserve a lucrative long term deal to me anything above thirty one million per year. For a multitude of years is a lucrative long-term deal does Dak. Prescott deserved that based on that. I think so also let's not get this Jason Garrett was as coach. We got a lot of questions about offensive play, calling about taking the ball out as he killed Elliott's hands about an Amari Cooper being on a bitch when he needed to be on the field and keep pivotal moments. Moments a lot of questionable decisions. Jason Garrett when he was. The head. Coach along with is offensive coordinator Delamore. There was a lot of questionable decisions that were made last year. Which is Mike. McCarthy got the job there. So when I look at all of those different things I'd say Yo that Prescott deserves a long term deal for big money. Yes, I think he has earned that. He's definitely proven that he is worthy of a longterm deal. There's no question about that. That's not even argument. Argument obviously has to be advanced to the next level which is, does he deserve upper echelon, top five contract and see the contract negotiations. Especially when you're talking about quarterbacks is not about what you deserve. because what you deserve is subjective, it'll be that will that will vary from team to team two team dependent. Dependent on the person that you're talking to. It's a matter of what you can get given the marketplace, and that's what is said in himself up to find out. What can he get in the market where people then can openly bid for his services, and he's putting himself in a position to the only way he can to find that out. Sign this one year deal. Dallas isn't going to give you the deal that. That I think I deserve in terms of a longterm deal signed this franchise tag. Play this year and then throw the ball back in Dallas again. Do you want to tag me at a number significantly higher than the one that I've been tagged that that is going to make things make prohibitive for you to go out and try and do other things with the rest of this roster. Do you want to assume that? That kinda cat, figure for me or do you want to find out what your next best alternative? which in that case I'm GonNa hit the open market and I'm GONNA. Find out what I deserve. If you franchise tag me again, that's fine. I'll take my sixty nine million dollars just shy of seventy million bucks for two years. I'll be sitting. Good either way. I'm going to be good now I'm GONNA assume, some risk. But either way I'm going to be good and I'm going to find out what I quote. Unquote deserve because that's what that's really. WHAT DECK IS SETTING HIMSELF UP FOR RIGHT NOW? He really is. He wants to see what the open market would how that would value him compared to how dowse coolly has said? We're going to value you, so he's in a good spot. Conversation Regarding Dak Prescott at weren't his standing with the Dallas. Cowboys, as you're, listen to I take your take on ESPN radio and ESPN news also on Sirius Xm. Channel Eighty John had input Jason Fitz and we're presented by progressive insurance. And this is part of straight talk wireless by the way cover all of your bases with straight talk wireless get the same networks as big carriers only pay up to fifty percent less get the unlimited plan with twenty five gigs of high speed data, then two G. for. Four forty five bucks a month while forty five bucks a month only at Walmart savings may vary see terms and conditions at straightalk dot com again at straighttalk dot com. Yeah, so we're talking about Dak Prescott and let's open the phone lines. James Eighty eight say ESPN eight seven to nine, three, seven, seven six, are we? Will I WANNA get your take on that Prescott? Only in this regard? I want you to tell me. Based on all of them question marks, and the slings and arrows at Dak, Prescott and the cowboys, and their relationship, and whether or not Dak is the man for the future for the cowboys. Tell me this. Do believe that the cowboys will win a super. Bowl wet whip Dak Prescott as your quarterback, because to me, I, think Dak Prescott is definitely in that top fifteen in that upper tier of quarterbacks in the NFL, but when it comes down to is for me, it's not building your resume beating Washington and the New York. Giants. Do More than just beating those two. Yes, you have to be able to win games in your division. That's important first, and then as you move through your schedule, you want to continue to beat some of the upper echelon teams across the NFL, but a lot of the resume. From is beating up on the giants, and the Redskins and I totally understand that, but at the same time I still think that there's still room to grow for Dak Prescott because he came in this. League twenty sixteen. Thirteen and three to start off, he's forty and twenty four overall in his career. You think a look at the number of touchdowns he's he's had he had thirty touchdowns last year versus receptions, so he's definitely to me is an upper echelon quarterback. I, just wanted to find out you just based on the personnel. This should be as I said last year. This should be a really good year for the cowboys for them to have incremental success of whether. They'RE GONNA win. Win The, super. Bowl in twenty twenty. I'm not so sure, but I say that from a standpoint of terrific offensive weapons. Why can't the cowboys be better than just be one out in the playoffs? Why can't they be able to make some noise? So in a lot of it's based on that Prescott sold in your gut as I. Tell You about that Prescott. You tell me. Do you think the cowboys could ever win a Super Bowl Dak? Prescott is your quarterback. We see Patrick Mahomes at the top of his game as a quarterback, and he got paid handsomely and rightfully, so he earned it Andy Reid earned it. That team was so terrific offensively. San Francisco by the way. I don't want to turn a blind eye to San. Francisco someone had to lose that Super Bowl San. Francisco was a very good team this year, but as you well know as an NFL fan, everything is predicated on having a cornerback de can get it done for years. We've looked at offense and we've looked at defense in the NFL, but now more than ever you look at the quarterback position, even young quarterbacks in the league. You say San Donald may be right collar, Murray maybe. Haskins from Washington. Maybe you always look at the quarterbacks that are out there, and you say there is that tier of goats like Tom Brady who's been there done that you see here with Patrick Mahomes, and then you have this young tier of quarterbacks. They're on the come, and so the NFL is rich of really solid quarterback play. Dak Prescott part of that, but I want to. To know whether or not, you think that he's a good enough to be able to get it done because it's more than Mike McCarthy just being the head coach being from the mid, west, I saw a ton of Mike. McCarthy's a head coach and he was tired to help with Aaron Rodgers, and so, and that was a great combination. Those two were able to Winter Games. But only one super bowl, and so for cowboys fans. It's about winning that one super bowl. I I think it can happen with that Prescott as a quarterback I. Just don't know when. I've always questioned some of the The players for the cowboys over the years offensively, but right now the way it set aside running game wide receivers. They've got a really good offensive line. Why can't the cowboys get it done? So ended eight say ESPN eight seven to nine, three, seven, seven, six, our phone number childhood in for Jason Fitz on I. Take Your take let me get to. The phone lines to talk to you. Limit go to Keith in Texas. He is with us here. I take your take on ESPN radio. Thanks for your time. Thank you. What do you think that Prescott? Can Kenny? Get it done with the cowboys winning the Super Bowl. Yes, we know it can get it done especially with my McCarthy. He L. A. quarterback, coach. You can only get better. We all know the day that I got. Is a great quarterback. Last last year. Amari Cooper I think. He blew it when he didn't come back in and. The Eagles. To to show you guys. Would that really do? That one play, but y'All know. He's done better than colonel. And last. Four years. He got paid. I don't understand. The whole bag. Everybody say well. That can't prove that had been taxes proven themselves. Since the first time he stepped on the field. We all know that. A Marco per. Se. He's that that receiver know. Once we get a real receiver, a cure receiver, and I think this kid coming Oklahoma. Point. That's going to have an outstanding year. Yeah? He has the tools. If they just let that take over. He's a smart quarterback. They met him college play he can read. And I think that was the whole back. Are I'm afraid I'm glad you checked in. Appreciate your phone. Call Leaves Line Open. Eight seven to nine, three, seven, seven, six, eight, eight. Say Espn. What is your take on Dak Prescott? Yes, the money in the contract situation happening but I don't see it as a big deal. Because eventually Dak is going to get paid is just really is what it comes down to just negotiations, so it's going to happen. Just like it happened for. Zeke is going to happen for Dak Prescott, but just not on our timeline. It's their time line Prescott in his agent and Jerry Jones and Jones clan in Tennessee here's todd on ESPN radio's I. Take your take, Hi Todd. Hey Man. How's it going? Thanks for having me. I'm like okay. The guy before me. He pretty much, said everything. The only thing going for him now is Mike. McCarthy took that whole year all. He basically relearned everything 'cause. He was stuck in his ways up in Green Bay. And Last year. I mean that was what top five in all categories. The boy needs to get paid. I mean. Romo got paid. So. I just think that hopefully McCarthy. And utilize every talent. He can't, but like the guy before me said the boy can read e call place each got it. Yeah well, let me let's address. It and I appreciate your telephone call I think it's clear. How good a quarterback Dak Prescott is, but it it still about room to grow right when we talk about the the best of the best in the NFL and we start with Patrick Mahomes and we talk about quarterbacks of that Ilk. There's no question that he is that. that. Guys like Russell Wilson who I like Ben Rothlisberger has been there and done that. Philip rivers will be in the hall of fame I mean is you take a look at those? Like drew brees, I can mention him from New Orleans. There are terrific quarterbacks that have been around for a while that press God still has room to grow as a quarterback. I don't think that there's a ceiling to his success. Everything is predicated on the weapons around him and I think even with the weapons on this depth chart in front of me for the cowboys I don't see why the cowboys cannot be able to climb the ladder and get better as a giant try to figure things out as Washington is trying to rebuild Ron Rivera. I don't see you know. The Eagles are always going to be miserable because of their organization I don't know why the cowboys can't continue to fight and just get better. You're listening to I. Take your take on ESPN radio. I'm Jonathan Hood in for Jason Fitz. This portion of which is brought to you by progressive insurance insurance for motorcycles, boats, and RV's for protection on the road and on the water. See how much you can save as little as three minutes at one, eight, hundred, progressive and progressive dot com all right coming up next. We will talk to one of our best NFL insiders. 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ESPN radio, ESPN news and Siriusxm Channel Eighty John for Jason Fitz we are presented by Progressive Insurance and Pencil. Synthetic Motor oils are made from natural gas. It gives you. The engine protection, the proof is in the pennzoil based on sequence. Four am where test using e five W. Thirty. Glad that you're with us here on I take your take on ESPN radio big topics regarding the NFL and Dak Prescott. When will a deal take place? We only had a few hours away from finding out whether or not it's the tag or new deal in place. It is Chris Mortensen who covers the national football lake, blanket or SPN NFL. Insider joins us here on I. Take Your take on Espn, radio more Jonathan. Thanks so much for your time. Jonathan thanks for having me on how you doing I'm doing well. I'm looking forward to some of the the signings in what's going on with the NFL I'll ask you this so based on what you know. What's seems more likely a new deal for back or the franchise tag this season. Franchise tag and to be honest with you. I think we were talking about it a lot because it's that type of off season we hadn't do. It didn't have ot as a lot of things we didn't have and and the deck and and and cowboys negotiations. We go back to last year. in terms of were they were at going into the season and. And the cowboys at that time it offered deck You know basically five year deal that was in the range of Carson Wentz in Jared Goff and then in March was the last time they really had substantial talks and offers and remains You know that five year deal just under thirty five million Russell. Wilson has got the highest average at thirty five million. And guaranteed money that is equal to the. To the young guys so there's been no activity now. Listen you know. We have a few hours from deadline and something could always change I mean. It's cowboys Sweden the guaranteed money, maybe but there's no indication there's just haven't been any really substantive discussions. The last time they talk, and actually I got this from Edward, or who is down in Dallas covered the cowboys longtime and was June twenty seconds the day that deck signed his Franchise Tag. I think it was simple. simple conversation. Hey, we're signing the tag and we're sending sending it in so. That would be a major surprise if there were any deal done between and the cowboys this year you know, make his thirty one. Million plus change and go in the next year with possibly being franchise, because he cannot do a long term extension once this day passes. More maybe it's my memory I. DO recall a Jerry Jones after the giant game back in September saying that we're working a deal. Something like the deal is imminent with Dak Prescott is there. Something changed from last year this year? As soon as he said them, you've got all of our attention. And but when you check them with them, and then you'll imminent Jerry has away. Jerry is probably the most optimistic positive guy. I've covered in this league for a long covered league long time and I think he still like you know they had put down. Really what they believe is fair money, but this is all. This is a lot about years I mean. Mean that came in as a fourth round. Draft pick is played for fourth-round. Money has not been heard has been there every game they lined up and played. He's played it a pretty strong level, and he wants shorter term deal for years, and so the four years versus five years has been the major hangup. You can maybe bridge the gap on that Bhai. Something off the charts with with the guaranteed money Let me just say this. I, don't think deck. Or Asian Todd France would take a Patrick mahomes type now they haven't told me that, but most most of the you know high profile quarterbacks high profile agents you know. Good for patching MOMS. He's happy with it. That's all it matters. Is Patrick mahomes happy with it, but back over the next two or three years is GonNa make significantly more money than Patrick Mahomes so I think Jerry would love it. If you could do a tenure, Jerry would do it act. Tyron Smith is all pro left. Tackle basically did a tenure a few years back, but that's not happening here. Chris, Mortensen are NFL insider with us on I. Take Your take on the Shell Pennzoil performance line with Jonathan Hood on Espn Radio and the ESPN. APP myles Garrett and his deal. know one thing about the browns as we know more is that it's just been so it's been a lot more downs than ups and has really been an organization. That's really need need to win. I don't mean on the field, but in the organization so with this Myles Garrett you is say about the future of this organization. I think when they hired John Dorsey to be the general manager and it was a big step forward I mean at the roster improved significantly, and then obviously you know there was a little bit of a fallen out. Probably the central being Freddie Kitchens was was named head coach last year. Really Pretty Darn. Good year as the interim offense coordinator, but miles was actually drafted by the previous regime and you Baker Mayfield showed his rookie year. He's got. He's got some. He's got the the type of stuff to be successful quarterback in this league. They've strengthened their offense line. Yo they they've got a new coach in place. I think that I think they're gonNA compete I mean. I think that the Ravens steelers and and and and Browns who are GonNa be very competitive this year in the AFC north, and then the bengals will be. Will I assume better, but it's. Such an odd year with no, no off-season You know people who are thinking. They had great draft. They better. Just you know kind of put a pause. And I'm not even knowledge in covert nineteen issues yet they ought to put a pause in their high expectations for those draft picks. They got because they haven't been on the field practicing with the team unless it was in in off away from the facility on their own independently on their own mortars, there any movements on the new name for Washington no more Redskins, so it'll be Washington what. Well I mean we know that it's one of the names. It was trademark. Somebody brought up the trademark for so I. Don't know which one it is, but you. Whoever they guy was he he he brought up like what ten to twenty names. So it's it's one of those I. I you know the. They were hoping to have it resolved in a two week period. it just you know. We still got more than we got a week and a half until that time expires and. You would you would imagine this involves money right? 'cause lorries are involved so clearly you know. I would say Dan. Snyder is going to have to pay. For the name, he wants pay probably pretty decent money, but I have no idea what the name is. I really don't Chris Mortensen. NFL insider with Jonathan Hood on I take your take on ESPN radio and ESPN news. You know more. Is there any word from the NFL regarding covid nineteen plans for the season Fans WanNa know because I don't expect to see a full house at centurylink field or Bank of America ballpark. What I wonder what the big overarching plan is for especially for fans when it comes to covid nineteen. Yeah, I think this is they've been talking I. Mean Listen Internally. They've been creating a plan for three or four months. Have I would say anywhere from twenty five to thirty five percent capacity and stadiums, and I include Philadelphia and that despite their I think premature announcement yesterday. so you know they've got their social distancing plans. How they how they figure this out on their season ticket holders I. I'm not privy to every every organizations plan, but I think two thirds of the stadiums. Probably we'll have fans I. You know I. Think Training Camp Will. It'll surprise me, but starts to twenty eight. It will surprise me if we have any preseason, but the only thing that is certain right now are the in certain teas. They have a lot to work out financially, and they're the lodge workout with players who? Who should opt out of the season, and and those are all financial issues and and so and then maybe grievance issues, but I do believe they were going to have a football season. Don't forget nine hundred eighty, two because of the strike was it wasn't a pandemic with a nine game season, and when he crowned superbowl champion in nineteen, eighty seven. We had replacement players for three weeks and Joe Gibbs. Won a super bowl that year, because he took it seriously, whereas somebody like Buddy Ryan. Philadelphia wouldn't even look at his guys. It turned out that the redskins got at that time. you know. Better homefield advantage because of that, so we'll have a season, but it I i. if I do not see. It would be surprise me if if if we want a regular sixteen game season plus the offs I I'm just expecting some games to be missed, but that that is. That's just based on. The idea that an summertime, we kind of thought that this thing calmed down, didn't we? I don't know if he believed that, but that's basically the signals. We're getting three four months ago and the NFL had to calendar on that side well, the calendar is pretty squeezed right now, and the players Cruelly have issues. They want worked out and they were trying to work them out this week. More lastly what is what's hot on your phone right now? It's something that's pending. Give us give us a little morsel of something that we could be seeing here today that you've been going back and forth on. Oh i. mean you know you got these? These franchise tag? Players not much is expected to get done Chris Jones got done with chiefs. Thanks to Patrick mahomes signing a very team, friendly deal and that was one Derrick Henry and the titans I think they're trying to work out. Something the running backs to me. Always got the shaft when they did that new deal on two thousand eleven. I'm talking about Labor. Agreement and I. Don't think they were corrected that. And you know That's about it. You know anything else will be a surprise, but you know deadline. Sometimes bring those surprises around not expecting Dak Prescott but like I say it only takes one phone call and a little bit of paperwork and something gets done. More always I, appreciate your time, great insights and thanks for coming on the show. I guys you care, thank you. It is Chris Mortensen. NFL INSIDER FOR ESPN with us on the Shell Pennzoil performance line so our big question here on I take your take is regarding the cowboys and Dak Prescott. Can the cowboys win the Super Bowl with Dak as their quarterback. There's no one on the depth chart now that you look at and say Oh, for sure you throw Andy Dalton and big red in and all of a sudden, the cowboys are better. The I believe that they are destined to win. A Super Bowl ad is. Don't know, win I think. Think that the personnel offensively is good enough for them to get there, but the question is when and will Prescott able have a number of years. You know kind of like mahomes or others to be able to get that done. So, what do you think eighty eight say? ESPN eight seven to nine, three, seven, seven six. We'll get your thoughts on that. Also the SEC, a college football fan. What is the SEC's plan for College Football? This fall will address. We move forward here on first taking your take. John Hood for Jason Fitz on ESPN. Radio ESPN news. Capitol one knows life doesn't alert you about your credit card. 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No well, you know. We just heard from Chris Mortensen earlier and Chris Mortensen the NFL. Insider says more than likely. It's going to be the tag and that's fine, but another summer of drama with the cowboys of WHO's going to get paid how much they're going to get paid I understand the cowboys are polarizing, but let's focus on what matters and that is on. The field can't Dak.. Dak Prescott, kit the cowboys to super. Bowl I think it's very likely I. Just don't think is going to be this upcoming season, but there are no excuses, a contract to hold a player back from giving his all Dak Prescott just wants to be able to play at a high level I think he's one the upper echelon of quarterbacks in the NFL, but there's other teams are very. Very talented especially in the NFC that has to deal with, it's more than just Washington and the giants. He's got to be able to win even bigger games a lot of his on him a lot of us on the organization. Let's see what happens with the cowboys is coming season and at eight say ESPN eight seven to nine, three seven seven six. Right here I. Take your take. I want to get your thoughts. Can the cowboys when a super bowl with Dak as their quarterback SCO the phone lines to talk to you? We will say hello to Joe in New Hampshire. WHO's been holding patiently right here on ESPN Radio Joe. Hey. Good thanks for checking in. Yeah I think I think dancer best attack as whether you could get it done or whether win the Super Bowl, whichever question you want to ask but I think I think this tends to be one of those ants Larry issues surrounding the real issue, and that's the front office. Go General Manager. Who's also the owner? And? Over the years it's. Kept us from certain coaches. For example. They talk about Urban Meyer being available. Urban Meyer isn't GonNa. Be The guy who makes his statement, and then has the owner come on after and make another state. And So for me. It just feels like until Jerry Jones. Stops you know his puppet strings show. ME, as a cowboys fan. We'll just be knocking on the door perpetually and the quarterback isn't the issue. Joe Appreciate your telephone, call line open, eight, eight, eight, seven, nine, three, seven, seven, six. Charles is in California on I. Take Your Take With Jonathan. Hood on ESPN, Radio Charles. Feel player in reason why I'm going to say this and I want you to put your money in the shoebox and I'm willing to buy it. Number. One is I'm listening to Chris Mortensen and senator who I, really don't have a Lotta respect for his reports based on Jack, Chris, Scott and bringing. In over to that club was an insult Zach. As an athlete number two, we is for what Jerry Jones is. This is a business for what he paid for the team and eighty nine, and for the five guys that he has under contract, and I can name you those five guys which we don't have time to do. It's an insult to Zach me as a player. That's the reason why the trophy is named. Vince Lombardi and not Tom and you. Who's probably the greatest coach cowboys ever had. The address some of this Charles. I appreciate your telephone? Call that straight talk wireless, no contract, no compromise Adam. Sandler works with a company. Like uncut gems Adam Sandler for real mort and Adam Sandler. That's great. That's a great one to. Do Punch for NFL insiders byles. Jared got paid now. Can he continue to move forward at another incident? That's next.

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Track Games unexpected weather. Get better protected from mayhem. allstate contact your local allstate agent in today now under the show but college football podcast with Herbie and now here's your host Kevin Gandhi. Yeah as we shift gears to the next season some of the stars from twenty nine thousand nine gene are now focusing their attention on their next job which which features auditions to play on Sundays and that brings us to a handful of all star Games aims including the senior bowl may the most popular one in January which takes place in mobile. This upcoming weekend gymnastics is the executive director of the Racist Senior Senior Bowl and he joins us now here on the college football podcast with herbstreet and pollick. Gyms I find this fascinating here because you recently made the announcement that Joe Jonesboro was going to pass on his invite to spend time with his family. and that's well deserved understood. But you still have so many big name quarterbacks. So so many big name players on both rosters I mean. The quarterbacks are Justin herber. Jalen hurts Stephen Montanez Jordan love. Anthony Gordon shape. Patterson we're talking about playmakers like Michael Pittman Zac. Moss E-e-e-e-no Benjamin La- Michel Piron K J hill. Chase Klay Pool Courtney Davis I feel like I'm going to run out and run out of names and still miss a bunch of big names on offense. My question to you is what goes into the process of who get selected to play in this senior bowl for you guys. Well Yeah I saw. Thanks for having me on. I I appreciate you having me on the podcast us but it's a long process. It really is guys who last year we got done. Last year was my first year with the senior bowl We got done with last year's game we took February to to really kind of recharge the batteries and we started watching tape on this year's class last March so before the two thousand nineteen draft. We were already. We're already working on two thousand thousand twenty And since I've since I came to the game you know having scouting background and being in the NFL for for almost two decades. I really tried to just you know duplicate what what we're doing at the league level and that was You know hired a staff with Scout We have them all around the country. We're watching tape on on a daily basis During the fall well We're out at Games. You think of the one hundred and eighteen players we have in this year's game we saw a hundred and fifteen of those guys live in game so really just trying to You know structure structure this thing like the thirty third personnel department and and bring the best of the best and that's the great thing working at the racist. Senior Bowl is is we do get our first pick players and and and And Yeah some of the names you listed. I mean there's it's great to see him all come together. You put so much time into the scouting and recruiting into Get them all here in mobile like we had the last couple of days. It's been a lot of fun. And then the combination to is not only. Do you get the players in you. GotTa Get coaching staffs and a year ago. I saw some. I'm sure it's Yesterday celebrating the NFC championship. And that is the forty niners. They were in mobile year ago. Got These shirts printed out mobile to Miami which is pretty cool. And now you've got the bengals and lines. Coaching Staffs who determines which Coaching Staff will be coaching. The senior bowl. First of all that was pretty awesome. Mosquitos shirts being being distributed. Forty niners winning locker room last night. That was awesome That's the teams are determined by the League office and really they just start with the draft after orders so this year it makes sense. The bengals are drafting one in Detroit. Three they're really the only stipulation. Is that the teams have a full staff in place when they come down here to mobile so The redskins were you know. They had a turnover from Jay Gruden to Ron Rivera. That kind of took them out of the mix but Yeah it's just there's no other way for the League to provide competitive competitive balance. You know I think. The League is really structured for every team to go eight. And so that's really what makes what New England's don't over two years incredible but Yeah so it's a big advantage for the coaching staff to come down here like you know. They get so much behind the scenes access with the players on the field stuff that all the teams can see The thirty teams can stay there there in the meeting rooms with them. Our training able three times a day with them and Really on a more intimate level gets to know these players ears. And that's really where you can. That's really where you can separate it. in-draughts you know. Just my looking back. On my time and scouting the teams worked for you know when we made mistakes in the draft. It was more because we didn't know the player. We didn't know the person well enough. We we knew the player you know the the tape is really the easiest part of the evaluation. The hardest part is is getting to know the person Jason How they'll how they're gonNA deal with NFL lifestyle and money and time and things that yeah. The players don't have at the college level so yeah to see to see The forty niners go from mobile to to Miami Senior Bowl. The Super Bowl was was really special at night. That was that was that was cool. Gives you an idea of why why the NFL. Such a popular sport across the board regardless of market size. Because everybody feels like they have a chance when you have a four win seat four win team a year ago now playing in the Super Bowl it gives this open this belief and I'm sure lines fans and Bengals fans feel a certain I hope and believe just because of where they're picking and the idea of you can get a high quality player at one in three and of course people are talking about the bengals targeting greetings. Joe Borough I I WANNA know this week. How much interaction do the coaches have when it comes to game plans and what they wanna do because when you look look at all star game sometimes the reputation is out? They're not going to be playing at a full hundred percent. So what are you guys talk about. What are the coaches emphasized to these players as they get ready for the game well we have specific rules in place for our game Yeah they go one hundred percent you you go less than one hundred percent on a football off-field. You're you're in trouble so these guys are all flying around. They know it's a huge job interview for You know especially on special teams for some of these guys so even the kicking game stuff You know I it's fast and fast and physical But we do. We've got our own rules of the game. We've done some things to try to protect the players. For instance. You know quarterbacks we we don't don't let the defensive ends align with a wide technique where they're getting a you know an advantage on the offensive tackles and So yeah it's a pretty pared-down thing these guys can come in with with their own playbook but like defensively they can only play a four three under front on offense they there's no motions. There's no shifting These players it's really hard to come in and get a playbook on a Monday and then executed on the Saturday so everything's scaled back They give them enough to test their knowledge and test their ability to learn football. Because that's Obviously a huge component when they get to the next level so they give them just enough But you also want these guys playing fast and not over thinking things so you know. And that's really the the delicate balance. But the two coaches will. We'll get together Matt patrician Taylor. We'll get together today and kind of go over how they want to You know anything. They wanted to outside our our rules like last year. That that wide technique on the defensive line. That's something that the couch Shanahan and John Gruden You know agreed upon beforehand. How how do you guys separate What one hundred ten players? How do you separate fifty five fifty five? Who goes where is there? Is this about location. What what what separates teammates and teams together? Yeah you don't get a lot of snarky comments on twitter about the roster. We can't hide straight great north and south but That's that's our games heritage. We've always been north and south. We're always gonNA stay north and south but you know there's really three criteria since I got to the game even that I think are important and one is obviously competitive balance. We're trying to give make sure we call rosters as best we can always going to be. You know one side that's got maybe a a better position group here better position group there But from top to bottom overall roster we try to make those as even as possible. The second thing is we're really trying to keep college his teammates together. We've got five Ohio state players or five Notre Dame player. We don't want to split those guys up. We have fans travelling in to see them play. We want them on the same. I mean you know playing and practicing on the same teams and then the third the third part which is you know down the line priority. But we'd like to keep all the SEC players on the south team team just because we're down here in SEC country and people that come in for the game on Saturday you know like to see those sec helmets on the same side. So that's the one we straight from the most but when we can do it. We really try to bulk up that south team the players. I mentioned the quarterbacks at the top of this podcast with Herbert Hurts Montanez. Love Gordon. Patterson is there a rule or wink wink on Reps. Because that's six talented quarterbacks ex that you have to find time with especially if one quarterback gets into a rhythm a how do we break it up so everybody gets enough time and and a share of snaps well well. That's that's completely up to the coaching staff. Once they want the players are here They determine that and it shouldn't be an issue. This was sick last year. We had eight in the game so you know all seven of them got draft or seventy eight got drafted And it's a little. It's a little more difficult to divvy up the snaps their when there's when there's four on each team so Three shouldn't be an issue but again we leave that up to the ads. Usually at least what happens in the game in the past as each quarterback will get a quarter in the first three quarters and then you know based off their performance You know a note three quarters. That's that's usually who plays in the fourth so You're kind of playing your way into that. That second quarter action if you will for the quarterback position. What's the most important thing if you can give some advice to these players that they have to do this week? I would say. Just come down here with a pros mindset is that I mean there. Hey this is a real unique game and it's a great game because these guys were all wearing their college helmets for one last time but you know the guys that come down here with a a real pro mindset mindset in a tax a week dialed in a business like manner those guys at least last year. That's the you know the one year that I I was behind the scenes and and and with the game that I really got to see it. I've been coming down here for twenty three years as a scout But to see it from that angle to me it was the guys that came locked in day. One the kind of had that look in their eye because again it's not just on the field. It's how they handle themselves off the field. They are stretched really thin during the week Really by design in terms of you know having a a lot on their plate so they're gonNA have interviews Thirty two interviews with all the teams and and so there's there's a lot going on and they really have to be focused on what they're doing and it's there that would be my best piece of advice. Just come down here and handle yourself like a pro your one year running it your experience that as well as your twenty three years as you mentioned as a scout coming to the senior bowl is there. Is there a story a senior bowl story that stands out in your mind. Oh there's so many good good ones to me that the best stories that come out of the senior bowl out of the small school players you know you every year you've got you've got guys at the League can't get a great handle on because their level of competition and then they come down to mobile and they can prove themselves against the the best of the best and and you know we've got a division three player this year From Saint John's in Minnesota Ben Bark. She's an offensive Lineman and division. Three football. Two BS is a massive massive jumps. And you look back about four or five years ago go now similar thing alley. Marquette was a guard from Hobart College Game Down here division. Three player Came into the week is like a sixth or seventh round pick. I mean that's what if you're a division three even if you're an incredible division three player it's hard to get much above that you know from the NFL Scout Grade Perspective until they see against the Best Austin and Allie had a great week. You went all the way in the second round Just signed a huge off. Season contract is one of the highest payed guards in the league and and those. That's the kind of stuff that's great great about this game. So Ben Bartsch is the guy that can't wait to see how he does on the field this week. Have you noticed too coming for over. Two decades A different mindset especially with how offense is kind of evolved and now I say that less than twenty four hours ago the forty matters ran the ball forty two times in past eight but have you noticed Coaching philosophy being different players coming in with different attitudes when it comes to what they WANNA do and how they want to develop themselves and get ready for the. Let's just say the next two to three months before the draft. Yeah you know. That's a really good question. Yeah I do think it's become a little more specialized it's become You know more regimented. These guys get done with their bowl games they are immediately signing that agents there immediately On planes to go around the country and you know get with a get with a training center to get them ready for game and for the combine and the whole process itself so yeah it really it really. There's almost like more. It's more of a job than probably ever was 'cause there's so much money involved in this whole process now and everyone's got a vested interest in that you you know from the front of the guys that do the training the agents and everyone involved so yeah that that's the thing I would say this used to be a little more of a relaxed setting and now the little more of a business setting. What's the environment like mobile on a week like this because It feels like you know again. I mentioned there are multiple all star. Dr Games that have popped up in the in the month of January but I think everybody knows mobile. is the place that everybody goes this weekend. For an all star game. What what does that city you know? And their connection to this game. What's that like if if you know it's really why this game has been successful over the two years if you look at You look at our game day atmosphere. Last year we had thirty to thirty. Three thousand. Are Stadium seats forty We're looking to sell it out. It's your are you know in large part to Jalen hurts coming back to the state of Alabama and playing his last game But the community support. We've had the game. This is our seventy first year community supports off the charts and this is such a unique event that you've got the whole. NFL descends on our small town during the week. You've got almost a thousand. NFL people in town down here for the week. And it's it's so unique. I mean you're one you're going to practice you can stand ten feet from these drills and CD's players compete Best of the best in college football and then you know during the week you can walk down the streets and mobile and and off into a restaurant or bar. Last week I or last year I went met. Some friends runs out for dinner. And there was three head coaches sitting at the bar together having having a beer. So it's it's really it's really an untapped UNTAPPED event when it comes to the fan experience you know. I went to Nashville last year for the draft part of the ESPN crew and seeing firsthand. What Nashville became around that event with an eye opener? The we're just trying to create more events to bring that same kind of party atmosphere to mobile because from a football perspective. We feel like we have so much to offer It's one of those events when people come down here and spend the weekend mobile. They come back every year. Just because if you're a die hard football fan and you're sitting on your couch every Sunday. You're watching these watching these teams and GM's the the coaches and the players you come down here and you can. You can really immerse yourself in and be a part of it though the city take a lot of pride in it. It's really a fun week. Okay so this next question is not about asking who your favorite players. Because I know you can't do that this week especially being the executive director but with all the scouting that you've done d. dating back to March. Is there a guy that you can't wait to see on Saturday or is there a couple of guys that you can't wait. Wait to see on Saturday perform here you know what one guy would say that. I'm really excited to see as Jordan love. The quarterback from Utah State is the guy that I I love over over the summer watching. A sophomore tape is a either redshirt junior. He graduated from Utah. State so The League relaxed that rule a few years ago in juniors seniors can play in our game now if they if they get their diploma so Meeting Jordan at the at the man in camp last summer you know we found out that that he was going to have his diploma. Also we just kept an eye on him through the air and you know kept tabs on. And he's the guy that I think a lot of people in the League at first round grades on You know through the summer and his senior is junior year. Didn't really you know meet expectations and that happens sometimes. They had a coaching turnover. And you know I don't know we're not having a chance to talk to Jordan about it or not but maybe he was feeling the pressure of those first round expectations. So you know very similar to an Josh Allen y when he came out of Wyoming you know the Buffalo Bill Starter. He came out. You know. Just an okay Last year at Wyoming and and for a lot of reasons they lost a lot of NFL skill guys. The previous year at Wyoming In Josh came down here and had a huge week and vaulted himself back up to the end of the top ten. I think Jordan could with big week down here could get himself back in that first round you know conversation Asia and then there's there's always small school players that you're really interested in seeing so you know one. God Walk through the door last night when he came off the bus was it was a safety from southern Illinois named Jeremy Chen and We saw Jeremy Play as a staff. We saw Jeremy played twice. I hadn't seen Jeremy Physically in person yet and he is Nannies the big. He's a really big guy. It almost looks like a linebacker but going back on his evaluation he really popped out on tape last spring when we were doing all mistake. And you know he was covering. Aj Brown we we we also would. Aj Brown did this year for the Tennessee. Titans and they had Jeremy Manned up in the slot and say Jake Brown and to see how oh he held up against him that immediately stood out so he was the guy we really targeting through the summer is a small school guy for the game and and he had a really nice senior year. Had a bunch of interceptions and now to see what he looks like physically down here now. Now I'm really excited to see you know how that comes together down here against the best of the best look afforded with those of the two guys is. We will circle and keep an eye on the relationship to with that Lyon staff. Coaching the North team with Jordan level on their That's how you develop things right and that's how you get the the the inside information. This is the quarterback that you want to back a Matthew Stafford and then long term down the road in Detroit. Hey Jim we appreciate the time. I know it's crazy hectic week for you guys but we look forward to Saturday's game. No thank you so much for having me on. I appreciated Saturday Saturday. It's going to be fun. It's been a week since LSU close out the season with a win over Clemson for the National Championship And I've been Maysville joining joining us here for his perspective as we kind of sort things out A little conversation about what we saw last week in New Orleans kind of his perspective effective overall. And then let's move forward to twenty twenty some brief thoughts but before we get twenty twenty. Where would you put this fifteen go tiger team in the conversation of the all time greats Ivan Kevin in my story I mentioned the ninety five Nebraska team in the o-on Miami team which In my time covering college football I think have been the two most dominant teams and as I have thought about the During the last week I would throw in the Oh four. USC team. And that's really kind of all I can go on. I I think if I go back and if anybody were to go back any farther nats cat you begin to get into apples and oranges because of the way the game has evolved and you know and I say that knowing full well we just got through doing a year of one hundred fifty years of comparing a one generation. You know the other but I yeah I I. The game is so different now than when it was a one platoon game that I think i. You're Kinda on a throwing darts after that so I would put them in that conversation. I'm with you when you when you make it a thirty year conversation because I think that's a fair conversation where you can kinda say. Let's go apples apples and it may not be the same apples. But at least we're still talking about Fiji and as well as you know Macintosh apples and we're in the same family. If you go past that you may get in some trouble now. You're changing fruits. So I'm with view in that thirty year window. How would you you know and if we stay with that thirty year window especially with the evolutionary we can go like forty years sued because offenses open things up especially in the eighties? How would you compare Joe Borough season Just on a stand alone. Not What is career. This season to other quarterbacks Oh that's a great question you know what I think about Joe Borough Susan I think about Barry Sanders so I guess that that might answer your question. by exclusion. I think it was a certainly statistically statistically a season unlike any other so what quarterbacks have had seasons unlike any other in this generation you know maybe Johnny Manziel is l. in two thousand twelve. Maybe Itami Frazier But even then He you know one year was ninety. Four was the year he got hurt. So maybe frazier in ninety five. So that's a yeah. It's a pretty short. It List Does Cam Newton into that conversation too. Because I think that that's one of the reasons for me all season long when when people are bringing Joe Borough season I I always brought up Cam Newton in twenty ten because I was like look look we had around him and that's not fair to Joe but that's the reality of what Cam was dealing with. And how he basically carry that entire team that you know that that's fair but I still have have a lot of trouble looking at what Cam Newton did without the taint of the scandal that surrounded the season Certainly statistically and athletically. He you carry that team the National Championship. But that's not what I think about. So maybe that's on me And at any rate I think what borough did and how he did it regardless of who was around him what to me. Outpaced what Newton did How do you explain what borough did because I I've had a hard time? We've talked about it extensively especially when you look at the numbers that that stand out to me the accuracy numbers jumping twenty percent completion percentage is astounding. How do you explain what he did in this job? Radio offense at least pass game offense. Why don't think Joe Brady? I think Joe Hardy in Damn Yankees. y'All if you want to really go back that that far you know that was the play where the guy sold his soul to the devil. The Win The to win the movie to play for the Yankees and I have no idea whether the weather Joe Burrow actually did sell his soul. But I'll tell you this. It was otherworldly. I mean what he did. The completion percentage is ridiculous and in an offense that is not built on dinking in dunking. I mean you know he was throwing downfield and terrific receivers but he he was I. I heard one of our colleagues on on a show leading up to the game talk about the difference the the metaphors of High School College and pro that in high school. You're throwing through a doorway in college. You're throwing to hit the DOORKNOB Aubin in the pros. You're throwing it through the keyhole and there. We saw borough all season hitting the keyhole. I mean there were or a couple of passes Monday night. That were just ridiculous in his where he put them. There was the part where he dropped it right over the receiver shoulder into the only place. It could be dropped. He was throwing guys open throwing them open deep. I mean there was just things that were are a remarkable remarkable display of of accuracy in in quarterbacking. That you don't see unless yes you're watching drew brees or somebody like that in this kid's twenty three years old and had one season of starting before this year you know and and we can. We could talk extensively. They're doing entire podcasts. Surrounding Joe Borough in this rise this year in the attitude and the confidence and how he literally backed everything up. The one thing that stood out to me on Monday night which I'm still blown away. We started this season saying this is Trevor Lawrence's Year right like uh specialty. The last time we saw him was dominating an Alabama Defense Phillip Sunday talent. And what what stood out to me. Monday day to stood out in the last week has been that Joe Borough May Trevor Lawrence look average and I say that at Lsu defense played that role. But I also felt like Trevor Lawrence was overlooked for sixteen days in the coverage. Trevor Lawrence. Also oh it felt like was trying to outdoor Joe Borough instead of taking a check down. He was trying to make the big play because he was aware. That number nine was gonna make the big play when he was on the field. And I'd Never Seen Trevor Lawrence in college so to me. It's not so much you know. What Joe Borough did against Clemson's defense was incredible but also how we affected Clemson's offense because he knew Trevor Lawrence knew that he had to match him? If he didn't they were going to get blown out. That's interesting. I that may say more about us as journalists and what we put on Trevor Lawrence shoulders. I for this year right. Yeah I mean and if you think back to what we were talking about a year ago it was. Wow he just took apart a really good Alabama defense but you know with the benefit of hindsight. We've been able to see that Alabama Emma team peaked against Al Shoe in November of eighteen. And they were not the same as the season went on grant and and I I don't WanNa try to over diminish what. Trevor Lawrence duty had incredible game but against Alabama but. I think think he's still a kid. He didn't have a lot of experience. He stumbled coming out of the gate perhaps trying to live up to expectations. He derided himself. He had a terrific second half of the season. But again to your point if it is. He was trying to meet expectations instead of trying to do what he knows knows how to do then he learned. He learned a harsh lesson last Monday night. It's pretty incredible and I expect Trevor Lawrence and Clemson to be like everybody. I think number one of the country at the in the preseason poll and then they get the news that travesty Tian is coming coming back when you heard that. What was your first reaction? Because I I know all over the Internet there were a lot of people saying me included. Wow how did not expect it. I just thought for sure that this this is a young man that is maybe a first or second round pick and and and he's GonNa make whoever drafts very happy in that backfield considering what he can do with pass catching ability as well but he wants to come back another. What did it tell you about traffic as well as what dubose doing and Clemson well my first reaction was delight selfishly because it means means we we get to see him in college another year second was surprise especially because we don't see that decision from running backs very often? Yeah we will. There is the conventional wisdom now. Is that running backs. Have a finite number of of Russia's N. them and if you're ready you need indigo and we've seen that time and time again If we can take him at his word and I have no reason not to. His degree was important L.. So if we can Apply to him the the logic that those who have stayed before him have have used like Liken Andrew Luck like a peyton manning that and it's something that Herbie talks about anytime you ask him. You know the the the feeling that you get in a college locker room can't be replicated anywhere else especially in an NFL locker room. If that's what's important important to him than terrific I mean we we all get the benefit of him deciding. That was more important to him than than the money so bravo and makes me really excited for next fall. Yeah another guy. That's coming back for Oklahoma state when. We're talking about the class of running backs to Hubbard who I spent time with on Saturday night. And he's outstanding individual and he. He mentioned the same things. He's like I. I'd like to graduate and I've got unfinished business in stillwater. And I was like wow good for you young man especially with in that position where you you can make money and and the idea ideas maybe getting that second contract in the League where you don't see that commonplace for running backs how they the Walter Camp Saturday night yes yes S. hosting you get the chance to interact with so to me. The cool part is also seeing the camaraderie of former winners and all Americans coming back. Jack Chris Spielman Lewke clear. was there as well a year ago. We had Herschel Walker this year. Tony Dorsett and you just look at at some of the towel. Von Miller was honored Curtis Martin who looks like I made a joke. He looks like he's James Bond Double-o set. He's the next actor in series is because the way curtis looked at presented himself and he had a phenomenal speech. So when you see some of those guys come back. And they're more appreciative than than ever before about. You know I think I think a family that just stays together no matter what after you're done college That that stands is out to me and Chubu was an outstanding individual like just really impressive guy all the all the all Americans that were there were great. There was not there was no presence of LSU Joe Borough one player of the year NATO around one coach of the year but they were all celebrating Baton Rouge on Saturday night because of their schedule. Join and I bring that up with Lsu because there's a mass exodus and when you have talent like that they all they're all ready to go but the one one thing that you know. You're you're losing a once in a lifetime quarterback that is Ed orderonline losing Joe Borough but now you're you're losing Joe Brady and Dave Aranda Both going you know to to other levels when it comes to coaching a random new head coach at Baylor Joe Brady the associate at Carolina. How much much do you think that's going to affect what? LSU is going to try to do coming back next. Year is the defending Champs Kevin White. It makes me you think about is that this was the year where at arch rhymed finally climbed Mount Sabin and now that the he's at the top and the season has ended and he's enjoying the parade. We're asking him. Well now. You GotTa do. What saving death? Now you gotTa do it again. Now now you gotTa do it again. Now you have to rebuild your staff. Now you have to rebuild your team and your staff and do it again and and who's the only guy that's been able to do that Sabin so yeah I I don't WanNa yeah. I'm not trying to be a jerk. I'm just saying that it's this is what we've come to expect acted Alabama and take for granted Alabama and. It's hard to do and you know the question is out there that can or Doron do it and and it's no shame to say that they may take a step back because everybody else. That's tried to do. It hasn't been able to do it. I mean savings the only one that you l. done at year end and year out that that will be an interesting storyline. It's like again like you mentioned. He clients amount save. He's up. There are Knicks there and saying hey welcome to the top. It's lonely around here. What's her you Davos done it? But that was an amazing job retaining his staff which which says a lot about the culture of Clemson and it doesn't say anything negative about Alabama. It's just it just says the staying power in the program Gramma Clemson right now it to me. It's never too early to look at the top twenty five for next year and it will change dramatically but you see what we have on. ESPN DOT COM Clemson. One Ohio State to Alabama three LSU number four to Mike. Oh so we're going to have a repeat of the playoff off. No not really. It's just I think that's the preseason number one but then you gotTa Oregon Georgia Florida Oklahoma. Is there a concern. Sern one dimension those eight teams that seemed to be consistently that conversation. IBM mentioned Notre Dame or or Michigan or some of the the teams that are in the teens means in this You know number two early. Top twenty five. Is there concern in your mind in the state of college football. There's fatigue here what we see Clemson and in Alabama and the usual suspects like Ohio State and Oklahoma conversation. Oh yeah there's great yeah I have. I have great concern about that and and I don't really know what the answer is. I you know basketball seems to have gotten around that issue with the benefit of sixty fourteen tournament a single elimination maybe expanding expanding the play offs could change that. And I am I've been somebody that has been resolutely against expanding the playoff but I am beginning to waver a little bit it because I think it would a bring more people into the tent and and I was thinking thinking about more from a conference standpoint than from a Playoffs you know from a fatigue standpoint but I think both arguments are are genuine. And you know maybe this is. Maybe that's the answer. I don't know how you expand the playoff without Out taking away something off the back of the player and diminishing you know taking a game away from the regular season and then it's a financial issue and I'm not smart enough to figure all that out but Yeah I am concerned that that there's GonNa be a problem. The ratings haven't haven't really reflected it but what we haven't seen as what would happen if we had to brand new teens really fired up the viewers and the fan science. And what would the ratings look like then so yeah. It's an interesting question I I. I didn't check the I think the ratings are pretty good for Monday night. But I I would imagine if you have a fan base like Ohio state in that in that game There's a bump there when it comes to the ratings because you know the buckeyes their fan base imagine normalcy it is TV goal. Let's just say for programming purposes. Whoever has Ohio say because they do so well across the board there in the same conversation? I think when you when you talk about Notre Dame when it comes the ratings or whether you like them or not. You're you're still going to watch. Let me let me just say this. That your point when you're reading off those teams that you know the the organ Georgia Ohio states for next year. You know who uses. They're they're falling short this year as a motivational to take that next step you know. Do we see those Oregon Comeback with more fire doesn't Ohio state come back with more experience experience in fire. Who else is going to take that next step and To me those are the two most obvious Oregon Ohio state. And that's that's not you know I'm I'm not really telling you anybody could found that out but That to me is something to really watch Zhang over the course of the next nine months as they progress toward the season the Ohio states that team. I have circled as if somebody asked asked me right now if I had to put any money on. Who's going to win the National Championship? Next year. I would say Ohio state just now I understand what Clemson's getting back but just the physicality that I saw from the Buckeyes in that you have justin fields back and Ryan Day back I would. I would put my safest money on Ohio state right now and in mid-january is out play Clemson last three minutes they did. You had to know what to do. They didn't know what to do. And maybe now they do and and I would have loved to see that That that defensive front of the Buckeyes of the physicality in the cornerbacks quarterbacks in the physicality up against Lsu's offense at just to me it's all about matchups. And I just thought that Ohio State Secondary Did a phenomenal nominal job against Clemson's wide receivers in the ball and to me. It's the physicality plays a huge role in that. Lsu Okay preseason last year you're LSU was top ten. But I think what they did. was they surprise many people. Is there a team that you think right now. We're eight months the way that you think could surprise somebody in that that could be that could be notre dame that could be Michigan. Is there a team out there to you think they could have a run like Lsu. You did this season no not not to separate themselves from everybody the way. LSU Did I I don't see that but of course I didn't see it a year ago. Either that's the beauty of it. I expect that Notre Dame will be very pleasing to their fans. I think they're going to be really really good next year. I don't have that same feeling about Michigan. I think they're still a gap gap there in talent between them in an Ohio state and Notre Dame but and other than that I I I don't see I have. I am curious. Not At this level of expert of excellence but the way that Tennessee. Let's see played over the second half of the season. Are they going to be able to make a run at Florida and Georgia What happens with Kyle? Trask at Florida is Georgia's I think the SEC east Will be more interesting than it's been in years since well since four years since curvy second season And other than that. I don't there's there's nothing yet and I haven't really looked into speaking off the top of my head I don't I don't see nothing else that I'm that I'm going. Oh Yeah let's let's circle Arkell them. I don't see it On either side of the pack twelve you know maybe an Arizona State but I. I think that's still more hype than substance. So they gotta figure out some big on the defensive side Arizona state absolutely absolutely. Yeah I'm with you. I'm with you with. Yeah that's a good boy. I'm with you on Notre Dame and you mentioned Florida. I'm really high on the GATORS I and I'm very curious to see how spring plays out Because I know Emery Jones's special talent. And does he get the opportunity to play in mullen system because Kyle Trust had a lot of success. I thought Kyle did a phenomenal job with no prep time. Breath jumping right in in that offense with Dan. Mullen so I'm with you there's another team that That I I'm GONNA keep an eye on his penn state to I think Penn state can do something Josh where they are in a division that they are in in that conference against Ohio State. That's that's GONNA be an uphill battle but those are the teams. He's like Penn.. State Florida Notre Dame for me with you in the same boat of not doing extensive research and unaware of how springs going to play out that I'm like keep an eye on those teams. Maybe they can have a surprise from the outside of the top five jumping into the conversation all season long and changing the narrative. I thought that that happened in twenty one thousand nine with what. LSU Did Ivan has been great really appreciate the time in summing things up on what we saw this past season then looking forward to next season because even though we're eight months away I'm already excited about it. I think I think it was like two hundred like twenty some days away or something something like that two hundred fifteen years away from from college football. So you're ahead of me. I am not yet excited about it. I'm still disappear in high the office for a few days. Well you deserve that. I've is especially the one hundred fifty years celebration. Well you hundred fifty years celebration region by the way. That was a great job and obviously culminated on Monday night when they could bring out the the top eleven players Everybody but bow but to see everybody on that stage was pretty pretty incredible. It really was and I was I. I love the fact that the fans in the Dome seem to appreciate it and everybody. I've talked to that watched it and and the people that I've talked to that were there are in the stands paid attention to halftime program. And I think that was really cool to see good stuff Ivan. Thank thank you so much We WanNa make sure you get some Some time off after a fantastic college football. Thanks all right. We'll talk soon. Big thanks to Jim. Nagy as well as Ivan Maysville for their perspective We're still talking college football this week at the senior bowl in a bunch of all star Games and also wrap up from Ivan Looking back and looking forward a little bit to the spring schedule and for us. 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Back to School: Healthy Snacks, Best Friends Update & Headaches and Migraines Cont. #1082

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Back to School: Healthy Snacks, Best Friends Update & Headaches and Migraines Cont. #1082

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This is Bernadette with diving grey going on about toes Nebi Mendoza. I've got Dr Christina Bull Got Haagen. Did I say it right. No no well the Hagan so good to have you back in studio. I knew I was going to do that and we you know we talked about it. Ahead of time to act is not with you know why because I used to speak German okay and so when I see A. W. uh-huh h. l. I'm going for the VOL- volgin Haagen not wool gun. What does it again Woah Hagan Wall Geoghegan Wall the Hagan are you doing? I'll remember it like that but I love that it's so great to have you in studio today and we're GONNA be talking about headaches and Migraines WanNa one with Dr the Geoghegan There Burnett all right okay well. It is Friday and I was out late last night with Avi and Avi we drank. Oh I know I laughed at the at one and a half bottle of wine mark at true foods. We had some wonderful wonderful food last night. They're checking out all their new items and we'll be back there right after the show today for happy hour. If you'd like to come join US come check it out so we'll be at the Preston Preston place location see my brain is not firing well then I got up super early too because I have so many animals I'm running a farm at my house and that includes includes my new rescue Charlie who is right off the streets and I just love him and actually moved a dog cage from my barn into my behind my bar are because I am running out of space. I've got so many animals in my house but that's Okay I love it and I I love doing it and they bring so much joy to my life and I'm happy to say that I've got mark. Peralta the senior director of National Mission Advancement for best friends for over thirty years best friends animal society has been running the nation's largest no kill sanctuary for companion animals and building effective programs that reduce the number of animals entering shelters then there's also me Bernadette I'm helping helping to reduce that number as well but mark brings together the organization's newest initiatives and align all things related to developing the knowledge and capabilities of individuals does and organizations to achieve no kill in their own backyard mark has also served as vice president and chief operating officer as well as interim. CEO at Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Society for the prevention of Cruelty to animals that's the P SPCA located in Philadelphia and so good to have them. You can find them at bestfriends dot Org Org mark. Are you there happy to be here hard little. Are you in Philadelphia right now. I actually yeah right yeah so just doing some work down here. Well it was so great to meet you when you guys were here in Dallas for your national conference and for people that maybe they don't know what best friends is and how they can help. Let's talk about this so let's talk about the dashboard that best Franz has developed yeah I would love to so one of the big keys for success in anything it's just kind of knowing really factually what's going on and what the problems are and what are the crazy things in animal welfare is you you know we've been modern animal welfare. It's been around since the eighteen eighties but there's never been a real understanding shelter shelter. How many animals people are dealing with or how many any animals for US obviously are dying so we can go in and help so we built a historic landmark tool for the public and shelters alters and animal welfare folks to be able to look in your own community and find out how many animals are coming into your shelter? What animals are most at risk kind of where they are in the lifesaving scale will so it's really hope to activate people to help more animals get out of shelters alive well and for every for every animal that you help get out of that Shell too? You're also also helping thing another animal to save their life as well right. That's exactly right because a lot of communities like where you guys are in Dallas yeah a huge amount of animals that you're helping down there so any time that you can get them out into homes quickly at saving room and time for other animals that may take a little bit longer yeah well and there's lots of dogs and cats out there. I'm living improve that I just recently. I don't know if you were on the air yet. listening that I adopted a new one charlie who came off the streets. He's a pit bull Black Labrador or mix and he is an absolute love mark. You know he's already. He's already like really a good watchdog. He's he's running the property now he makes ten dan this he makes it yeah that makes ten and then this morning so okay so autumn were uncommonly who many of the listeners know she's having to move and downsized dramatically just a series series of events in so I was on the phone with with auto more uncommonly this morning and I may take her little dog penny that she rescued. That'll make eleven then but you know I got it all organized. I think we're going to be able to make it work because I have a imbalance in my house anyway mark. I've got more boys than girls like by seventy five twenty five. I percents so I figured maybe if I bring another female in maybe the the Male Dogs Won't WanNa pee everywhere so much. I don't know will that make it worse. You know could go either way but I think getting more females than the house is not a bad idea so let's mix it up and I think it's great so it brings diversity and different you know you know different different attitudes to to the whole household great yeah well you know when I'm helping on the front too so a lot of kittens off the street to but so let's talk about cats and thank you let's talk about cats and why they are in so much danger across the country yeah you know there. There is a attended fee for a lot of people. There's a lot more people that seem to be engaged and this is actually database where you know there's a lot more activation around dogs but as the dashboard you know we already talked about hunter really highlighted is cats are the ones that are really struggling to get out of shelters even though and a lot of communities fewer of of them are coming into shelters. It's just not as many are getting out so you know a lot of it is for whatever reason there's there seems to be a little bit more community activation around around a dog issues and dogs getting shelters but that's been a big key for us and we know that there's plenty of cat lovers and people like you that love both sets of those Dan you know both sets besides the animals and and you know I it's just an overlooked population in comparison to dogs that we really need to highlight because they're really really great pets as our dogs yeah. They're really in trouble. Oh my gosh I have seen so. I'll name some of my cats. Let me I can remember all of them. So in the front end of the House we've we've got dean and butters and Luna and who am I missing Oh clementine she's orange and white tabby stripe. She actually came from Oklahoma. Sh they were going to put her down because she he had been hit by a car. Hariri legs were damaged and she couldn't walk very well and I'm happy to report now she stronger than ever by she practices her upper body strength by climbing up my chairs and so but it's it works well for her and then in the back of the House I've got who have I got Avi three boy. I got the three boys that are all brothers that are like wild teenagers. I've got beans which everyone of these came off the street. I got Marie who else have. I got I've got Cheddar. He came out of Oklahoma to Oh in little bow. Oh my gosh little bow has such a sad story. She was on the street for months and months and months in my oldest daughter would not give up on her. She was living outside of the Mont.. which is a popular restaurant on the unit at the University of Oh you where the band plays right before the big games every every Saturday and she was on the street for probably four months mark and my daughter are would not give up on her and I'm happy to say and they'd even clipped her ear? Didn't they does that mean that she'd been spayed. I can't is that what they do right what that means yeah. That's what we do. Request your top so we know who's altered is not yeah but she was so wild but I have to tell you. She is a love she is an absolute love and I am I missing any other cats and yeah I know it sounds like my house is like would be stinky awful mass but it's really not you would be very impressed mark so I have no doubt and you're talking to a guy that has thirty four Allo current Bosra kitten so you're you're. You're preaching to the choir man good job. Well you know so cats are in so much danger. We said that across the country. Can we talk about the importance of community cat programs. Yeah you know the the fact of the matter is as many community are friendly. many many communities have I'll have never had really any human touch and one of the things that we're really trying to help people understand is that you know. Shelters are really good for injured hurt animals but you know a lot of cats live long healthy lives outside and even though we would love at some point to see every cat inside of the home many of those tasks perfectly fine living out in the community want to alter them so they're not you know continuing to have kittens and more cats are coming in so community tap programs are developed to identify those cats at are going to be on your couch watching you know the golden girls or you know. America's got talent with you. They're just not used to being indoor cat so really trying to put them through. A traditional adoption. Process doesn't make a lot of sense to them because many times already adults they haven't had a lot of human activity and and they want to be outside because they're used to that being your home so we go in. We target we bring then on respond neutering we bring them back because they survive and thrive off oftentimes. I know it's hard for us to believe in outdoor environments because that's always been their home yeah. No I had a cat bounder transplanted from Arlington then he was living in a parking lot at apartment complex and I brought him to my home and he lived happily outside. He was the big main coon so he was you know he was this big furry monster and I'm telling you he was running. A he was running the property. I never saw a snake or anything while that boy was was alive and running things on the property but so and there's so many wonderful animals animals out there so many so many wonderful cats like like bounder but what about fostering kittens. Let's talk about that for a minute yeah so fostering kittens are a huge proponent of what needs to happen. You know in best friends goal is to see the end of healthy treatable animals being killed in shelters by the year twenty twenty five and a lot of issues that shelter alter how hell shelters have or people bringing in underage Kittens and underage kittens means either. They can't eat on their own yet. They may be under two pounds. Two few pounds is about the safest area time where we're a cat can be spayed neutered and honestly can probably somewhat survive on their own so what that means is shelters have have to end up doing almost like having a new baby bottle feeding getting up every hour two hours three hours and they don't have infrastructure for those so how a lot of communities entities have figured out how to battle two things one you know trying to keep if you're finding underage kittens keeping them where they are just kind of keeping an eye on them because oftentimes people people take the kitten thinking that they're abandoned outgoing and get food or something like that were to if if you have kids in your shelter opening up your home and it's usually a seasonal thing so April may is when you usually start seeing some of these kittens and it doesn't matter the little earlier for us better like Santiago like in Dallas and it can go through October or November but it can be in their meant help and saving lives and once they get to chew pounds I could speak you did the most adoptable animals and anywhere Oh my gosh rob point. There's so darn cute honest to goodness you know. I'm sure you've had to do this before because that's how I got the three little teenage boys three boys that I found in a target parking lot in in the bushes. I heard this little tiny meow. 'cause we're trying to feed the mother but the weather was so brutal that night that I did. I did rescue them. I took them away from the mom because I'm not sure they probably would have survived survived but that would have been three markings on the street making more kitten. So hopefully you know you've done it before. Have you taken care of little tiny kittens where you had to get up every two hours and feed them and you know and help with the elimination about every year yeah we do and it's definitely something that you get used to the job you know you have to practice what you preach and and we really you know always try to foster directly from shelters. Usually yes yeah well. You've done it multiple notable times. I've done it multiple times and I have to tell you is hard. As it is. It is one of the most wonderful things that you can absolutely do and you get your money's worth at the end of the day because the the the love that you feel and just nurturing those little babies is is incredible. It's just an incredible feeling and you can't get it anywhere. There's no pills. There's no bottle that they sell it at you. Just gotTa go through it and do it right. That's right and the best of all is it's really a matter of weeks and once they start getting really cute and honoring where they're running all over new yeah yeah I'm production home. I know yeah it's all good but it's always great to have you on the air. We gotta go to break but before we do one quick thing because I know the I volunteer donate money every single month and it's a it's like an auto pay and it's the easiest thing to do you can donate even just five dollars and make a difference. Can't you mark absolutely anything matters. There's so many great animal lovers and five dollars one dollars ten dollars that stuff add the more that we get in the more we can do this great work for we're having the on Oh it's our pleasure and hopefully we can save them all by twenty twenty five right we will do that so if you guys want to check out the dashboard just go to bestfriends dot org back slash community Dash Dashboard so you can also just google best friends community dashboard number. Come right up so you can check out. What's going on in your community there? Thank you so much mark really appreciate you jumping on with us today. Okay Take Care Right. You take care and everyone I have to tell you. It's super easy. Just go to bestfriends dot org. Even if it's just five dollars a month. That's one starbucks drink right so so do it. Just do it just do it. Everyone stay tuned. We've got lots more coming up. cassie bjork is going to be talking about healthy snacks for your kids. it's back to school. We're still in the first month or so but it's still important because they snack all year long so stay tuned everyone. You are listening to one life radio Oh my gosh everyone welcome back to one life radio. This is Bernadette Adad with diamond gray. I've got Adriana Toast in studio with me v Mendoza and Chris and Cathy New York. You'RE GONNA YOU'RE GONNA die. You're not gonna you guys are not gonNa believe this so diamond. I almost emailed you this morning because when I when I was thinking about Cassi Bjork being on the air today I was going to have you you play Brown eyed girl for her and without even telling you you played it. How crazy is that a low cost them? Sorry Mike was no. That's okay cassie did you. Could you hear that. I Have Blue Eyes. I know that I know and that's why I didn't tell him because I was thinking wait. A minute cassie does not have brown is she's got Brown in here and she's cute as a button but I think she's got blue eyes. So funny you dancing around blue eyed girl the lyrics oh my gosh well because that song is so spunky it really fits your personality and we love having you on the show for those of you that have maybe never heard cassie on the air with us or maybe listening for the first time hi I'm Cathy Bjork is a globally recognized industry leader in weight loss and highly sought after speaker. She is the number one international bestselling author of why am I still fat the hidden keys to unlocking that stubborn weight loss and Cassie speaks widely and contributes to a regular column real talk with Dietitian Cassie and Paleo magazine you you can find her at Cassie Dot net that C. A. S. S. I. E. Dot net today. We're talking about back to school healthy snacks. I know the school year has been you know like I said a little a little little bit ago that it's been about a month since since it started but I feel this is something that you need to reiterate throughout the years throughout the months because you know children children eating well is a very important thing for the planet because they're going to be running it here in a few years and we want them healthy and there and we want their minds is to be productive and sound and so you know. Can we talk about some of the typical snacks that are marketed towards children why these are so bad cassie yeah yeah yeah well. It's just kinda crazy new thing about it. I mean there's increasing rates of childhood obesity early onset diabetes all of this is really arrive and kids are suffering more and more from behavioral real disorders autoimmune condition all sorts of issues but we take a step back it kind of like it shouldn't be that big of a surprise wireless as the case because you look at the kids menu at restaurants and it's mini corn dogs and Mac and cheese and she's pizza chicken fingers. I always liked to take a step back and say how come kid can't eat the same foods adults and of course you know can into their marketed to kids and and kids. I like adult food right away but I think it's important to be really focusing on trying to get real foods and the kids because this is really gonNA affect their growth their brain development their energy their blood sugar levels and don't either act back in our little growing bodies. Sometimes we don't really think too much about it because because you know fruit snacks and chicken nuggets really what's marketed towards being you know Kim foods and so many teenagers terrible did you did you hear about that story now. I know this child had eating disorder but it but the point is this child went blind from eating French fries and potato chips and a couple of other things every single day every single day and you know it's the bad oils. It's all the bad preservatives all the things I'm sure they I think a lot of them were pringles. I don't even want to know what's in a pringle. I know whatever it is. It's is not good. That's for sure but so many kids snack foods like that. They do all over this country and it's really unhealthy yeah I mean I think the most important thing is starting hurt him from a young age. You know help them eat adult foods. I mean they don't have to eat these foods even like when parents go to a restaurant they can just order an extra entree and let what their kids eat the salmon that they're eating the vegetables. They're eating and like a lot of times. You don't WanNa be like their parents so we don't have to give them new special kids foods that are marketed Saddam Saddam. It's really important for getting a whole foods and I think the thing is to like it can still be you know fun for fun for kids like the fruit snacks and things like that. Are there like one kid because we can still make it fun. one thing that you know it was like a childhood staple for me. That I think is a fun. One is just that simple log you know celery with peanut butter and raise it just makes for like a really nice traditional kid-friendly balanced nats and I leave they talk about eating. PSC protein fat and carbohydrates and making sure you're getting in protein for kids is really important because protein is a building block for their muscles and their brand and make sure you know having lunch meat or hard boiled egg or some. I don't like leftovers even like leftover chicken or something like that just to make sure they're getting a little bit of protein throughout the day. 'cause we look at the snacks. It's all carbs. It's all shit. Can you know teddy grams and fruit snap and crackers and it's all sugar we'd have to make sure we're getting some healthy fat and protein in their kids bodies whether their little teenagers and we all need protein fat and curbs no absolutely in this report it said that this boy this young boy he had a daily portion of fries from the local fish and chips shop and snacked on pringles white bread processed ham slices and sausage yeah yeah. It's not surprising when you think about that. Yeah I mean that's that's it's all it's all sugar right and you don't think about how all carbohydrates tremendous sugar and our bodies. We think that well if we're eating you know Brad or pasta or four crackers or even chip. It's more like a salty snack but actually all carbohydrates regardless of the source will turn to sugar in our body and we're when we're playing these huge sugar overload. I mean obviously that can do major damage growing bodies yet will there's so many good snacks out there now but you know some of them are a little pricey see and I think you know people have to you know they don't have the money sometimes to to purchase the higher and snacks that are better quality for you but I do feel that in the long run you save money because you're not always going to the doctors and that's expensive and getting I'm pills in one pill leads to another pill and one one and Dr Christa sitting here looking me like shaking taking your head a doctor Chris introduce you to Cassie Bjork officially here on the air a doctor Chris is a is a family and community oriented neurologist taking holistic approach a hey holistic approach to healthcare brain body mind and spirit and so you know that she completed her fellowship at ut southwestern in headache medicine specifically but she founded the international headaches center which is which is transformed to I h AC. What is I it's it's I had accenture but it okay that because we kind of went APP from headache medicine to preventive neurology which is a term that doesn't really exist in Gotcha the general population but academic centers are doing well? Let me ask you this since you're here. We're talking about children as juicy an increase in children suffering from my grains because of you know their lifestyle diet yeah. I think that plays along a big component into it and I am seeing that sometimes it's easy fixes well. It's simple fixes not so easy but if we change the eating habits the lifestyle and the headaches come come down quite a bit in kids. Yeah we'll see what are some simple healthy snacks that kids love yeah. I think I really easy portable option. Valentine's cut up pieces of lunch meat for your protein with a couple of ounces of cheese for your fat and then maybe just like half a banana or one of those little clementine oranges for your carbohydrate hydrate another good portable option and I'm thinking like packing lunches for kids. Go on another good option. It'd be cottage cheese or you're not in with Maybe some blueberries you for your carbohydrates. Maybe sprinkle some perceive on there for fat. You can use the various kind of toppings on the cottage cheese. another one is tuna salad accelerate do they're great versus Protean. You and you're a little bit of full-fat Manny's or olive oil and there for your healthy fat and again you can you know add some berries or some food on the sides. Is it herbal hydrate and learn to spongy. I think one thing is people oftentimes blow things going to be a really expensive to eat healthy but gosh I was gonNA smack all day and I'm like man. It's now or spendy some of these big check their three fifty four dollars bag and you can actually you know you you you can make a pretty good healthy snack for about that that that same amount one another one is yogurt sugar lane yogurts are everywhere and of course they're targeted at Kids Full Fat Greek Yogurt and then you could make you know you can mix and your berries mix in your fruit. maybe a little bit of honey to sweeten it up but that's GONNA have way less sugar than wow these sugary yogurt south area that just reminded me me I was a target the other day and I saw Rainbow Unicorn Yogurt and they were blue. Yeah yeah that just with all the food dream come true exactly yeah well in all the food is are so bad and you know I have to point out they don't have these in Europe and if they do have food is they're made from vegetables and things things that naturally like anything that would be flavored red would be like beet juice or or pink or or if it's blue. It's blueberries like it might not be as bright right but it really. We really need to revamp our system here. In America we do because children are do suffer. They do with all kinds of things now that we didn't well at least I dunno cassie. You're pretty young and so we're you Chris but when I was a kid we didn't have that junk in our diet. We just didn't and so my Go-to for my daughter always assist to have like the little Josh Justin's peanut butter packets to throw her launch and I'll slice slice up and organic apple and just put it in a bag and that's a great goto snack for breakfast vist or launch so thanks the cheese or you know your vegetables and fruits right portable for convenience and I think the thing is I know it's busy and that's not always realistic and have the perfect snack ready to be consumed at the moment. Your child is hungry. But just you know it's not going to kill a kid to have fruit snacks and French fries every now and then but yeah the difference is important. These are more like a treat to be consumed on occasion not a staple of everyday trish well and you know what I've been doing too and it makes you feel good as a mom to to make these nutritious snacks I've been making like homemade popcorn popping at myself on the stove and using I make Vegan version with melted butter which I have to tell you. CASSIE is high and really a good fat for you to coconut oil and it tastes just like European butter because it's culture too and then some sea salt on top you put it in a little bag and they make these nice little paper bags. You're not putting plastic into the earth and it just it's a feel good thing. It really makes you feel good. You're doing so many good things. They're helping to protect the planet Hannah Feed your baby will and give them a good snacky. Food are low great option. You always talk with gradients. Burn I try. I try them a thinker not a stinker her Kathy but it's always great to have you on the air so lasted last question. What's your advice for parents of picky eaters? I would say just keep reintroducing variety of food. That's interesting. How sometimes you know kids will try to over and over and one day they'll just suddenly like it so really that? persistency inconsistency is key and just offering a variety just always offering it you know I think it's one we just Kinda. Give off and we just make the MAC and cheese every night but that's not really doing anything that you can still have those options but I think just always introducing and maybe you know may have telling them. They have to try a little bit of everything before they have. Whatever the thing is that they want yeah? There's no perfect solution but I think continuing to bring variety and Renault Young. They'll end up enjoying food never enjoyed in the past. We and I say start early and be consistent. I'm having memories flashbacks right now of my my oldest one who's in college oh you now she's in her senior year but but when when she was real little and I would take her to North Park and we would go to La Madeline Adlon where the original location was and I would I would get a spinach quiche and I would go. Oh my gosh. This is so good I just love this love my spinach you know and she we never wanted it and then one day like just like somebody flipped a switch. She wanted to try it and she did and then when we would go back and you know we get a little tray and walk through the thing there's probably a lot of people out there that are have had this memory before about the the original model in North Park that was there for many many years and she was just a little tiny little thing and she'd say I'll have spinach quiche and people would look at look at me like wow. How'd you get her to do that? How'd you get into Spinach said I never gave up and I started early? So you know you can just do that and the apple bill really doesn't fall far from the tree at the end of the day doesn't really take that big of a bounce so always great having you on the air with us Cassie and you have a great weekend. TGIF and be careful as Friday the thirteenth so watch out grow all right good to always talk to you Kathy Bjork you can find her at Cassie Z dot C. A. S. S. E. DOT net will be right back with Dr Christina. Oh whoa Goggin Wilga Hagan Hagan. We'll get there. You go stay tuned everyone. Welcome back to one life radio. Everyone this is Bernadette with Diamond Gray Adriana toes. I've gotten a v Mendoza in studio with me and Dr Christina Wilga Haagen did it I did it. She is a family and community oriented neurologists taking a holistic approach to healthcare brain body and mind signed and also your spirit she completed a fellowship at ut southwestern and headache medicine and founded the International Headache Center which transformed into I hack hack which is tell us again with that is so it's a center where we do preventive neurology and also headache medicine wow and your your website is m. mm-hmm. Why my I hack that's M. Y? H. A. C. Dot Com okay Dr Chris so for people. Maybe haven't heard didn't hear you a couple of weeks ago. Let's start with simple simple question. What is a Migraine so migrant is actually a neurological disorder and there is genetic predisposition to it and then something in the environment comment triggers Migraine to go and so when we talk about Migraine a lot of people who have regular headaches actually don't realize that they're having migraine and so it's important to get the word out there? It's about one in four households are affected by someone and thinking how did they have. You Know Migraines two thousand years ago. Does anybody don't think migraines got us through evolution honestly really yes so the migraine brain and I'm just a nerd about this stuff it's hyper excitable so it's more sensitive than the average brain and it concerns internal and external changes way before the average brain so I always imagined like the migraine brain person person being out and then the weather starting to change and they get their migraine attack and they go to the dark quiet cave right because they have light and sound sensitivity yeah and their whole family follows another other not out in the middle of the storm you know getting sick because of the weather or whatever else and they're safe in the cave the problem is the curse part right so that's that's the blessing of migraine is that now we know the weather is changing or we can get labs and know that we're low and B twelve or whatever it is but our brains don't know that we know and we still get at those attacks. Oh Wow that's fascinating really fascinating okay so so can people walk around with the as you said like they can walk around with a Migraine and not no what how can that happen right so the migrant in lay terms as like a loaded definition like when when I before I became an logistical the headache specialist I used to use the word brand like any bad headache ahead to be a severe headache before I would use that word but actually the criteria much easier to to meet for Migraine and so it's a headache and headache means any discomfort right from the neck up and it lasts for adults at least four hours ars and for children collapse two hours to a little bit less than you have to have at least five recurrent attacks and then there's diagnostic criteria as well for migraine. Yeah I'm I'm remembering this old commercial from I think the maybe the seventies or eighties in it was for I think it was for Excedrin. It was like Oh those migrant shows the person like grabbing their head you know and but ex etc is not a as I probably shouldn't have brought that up. That was not a good thing to visit. I usually don't recommend it because it's a it's a mixture of multiple medications and a lot of caffeine so it can cause rebound headaches. Doesn't that restrict your blood flow it can yeah it can but also it can cause you to get like your brain to get used to them. Indication being on board and then you need more and more of it so so but yeah I mean you bring that commercial. My husband always tells me about like the aspirin commercial like aspirin is for headache and it's not the case right. It's headache headache. you really have to get down as a primary headache disorder something like migraine or is there something else under lying it that you need to change yeah or go after and then the headaches can just dissipate after that it'd be like a take two aspirin and call me in the morning right you know like when you had a had whatever was wrong. Aspirin is really bad for you. Isn't it Yeah Avenue. You don't WanNa be taken too much aspirin. It can cause increased risk of bleeding and you know other issues too so it's just yes. There's a place for aspirin but a headache. Maybe it's better to really diagnose what is the headache condition and then treat it in the proper way so with go ahead okay so for migraine green so the headache also when you see those commercials they're always grabbing like one side of the head and traditionally it's like this throbbing pain on one side of the head but really it could be any of these two so moderate to severe pain anywhere. It doesn't have to be a one side or it has to be in your head when you say anywhere from shoulders up yes okay face to a lot of people are calling sinus headache when it's actually migraine. Oh a small percentage of sinus headaches are are sinus related. They're more likely to be Migraine so that's really interesting so once so severe moderate pain one-sided pounding being and worse with movement if you have two of those and if you have light and sound sensitivity or nausea or food aversion like I don't feel like eating then there you go well this has got. This is very crippling. I have two of my dearest friends wants male one female that get liked just incredible migraines where they are in bed sometimes for days just really really cripples them and then you know the other day you know Adriana was in the emergency room with a really bad headache. So how did it start for you. Avi I it started as a headache and I could tell that it was just going to get worse and worse just by like the placement like where it hurt in my head and then I could tell that I wasn't going to be eating any more food that day because it just nothing sounded appealing and when the light got to break eight from my eyes and I just I got super sick. I just knew that no aspirin or Ibuprofen was gonNA help it and she was saying she was vomiting. She vomited for over three hours. How do you know when you need to take action or can you simply just go to bed and let it go? I knew there was no sleeping. This one off yeah so this is is a big push. I'm so glad you asked this question because with the brain you WanNa treat early right because you don't want to train your pay your brain to have pain right and so the time to treat is when you got that feeling that you knew it was going to get bad that's when you take your caffeine whatever symptomatic treatment works for you and and lots of hydration and then you could try to take nap you know if that usually helps but earlier the better the last time in pain the pain the more time in pain. You're just training that circuit and then the next time you'll have pain in a hurry. I know you're a holistic. Are you take holy holistic approach to healthcare here with the brain body mind and spirit so let me ask you this something like white willow which is basically aspirin. It's the it's nature's form of aspirin. that's where it was discovered in my right right taking a supplement like white willow early on if she knew she was going to get a feeling like that does is that helpful or even like Meriva. That's like an anti inflammatory by Thorne which is to mark Cuban yeah that can help to decrease inflammation sometimes peppermint oil like it just every person is different so it's trial and error and emotionally with migraine to it's a tango with trying to supplements and trying like medication treatments or a alternate treatments like relaxation therapy meditation that sort of thing in a back and forth. I tried breathing breathing. It didn't didn't work yeah. I'm knocking on wood here. I've never had a bad headache like that mind like they come so like sporadically that like I don't know exactly Ackley the preventative treatment to take because I don't know when it's going to happen so the best thing to do is to save that the best thing do we're going to save that. We're GONNA go to break and we when we come back. Jack Chris is going to tell you what's the best thing to do for Migraine. Stay tuned everyone. You're listening to one life radio the song so glad it's Friday okay. I got a couple of minutes ago. Hey I'm fried. What did I say? I don't even know Vince Friday. Welcome back back to one life radio everyone. I want to let you know that you can go to our website. 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We're talking about migraines. During the break we talked about obvious migraine or migraine headaches. Keep our keep occurring. They're very frequent. You ask the question. How often do you get one and she she said so? Let me take a couple steps back because what I was because the first thing she said is that they don't I don't know when they're happening and on their happening like I'll get a migraine every six to eight weeks right and so the headache every day whilst well that's it's where I was going. Is that the best thing to do if you're not sure when your headaches are happening is to calendar and then if you colander than you it'll kind of show you a pattern pattern. If there is any but then shed light into you might be having headaches more frequently than you actually think so my groner's or the most stoic people on Earth this is my. I believe that say that again. Migrants are the most stowing owners yes okay okay Yelich people on Earth they come to my office and they've been suffering daily. We kind of like you but they only tell me about the bad ones so they'll come and say I only have a headache every six to eight weeks and I'm like Oh really like you know. Tell me about any discomfort from your shoulders up. How often does that happen? You don't have to label it. Migraine like we're not just anything and then it'll come out well. Probably we every day right so calendering making sure like okay well. When are you having headaches and if it doesn't have to be something detail because I don't want you to spend too much time on it but you know just writing the intensity maybe the time it started so like two out of ten in intensity and it started at three PM? You know what we didn't and so we didn't. I'm looking at the clock going. 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Yesterday - Movie Trailer Reviews

"Welcome back to measure others talk as you host chris here with row am ran in and we're here to review the movie yesterday he certainly didn't realize he's the only person on earth dukan remember the beatles if you're waking up an alternate timeline where they never existed 'em directed by a danny boyle in a let's jump right in this could i do have something i wanna say but i'm i'm gonna let you guys go ahead a start first i always wanna force you off that position when you make it dammit i mean i don't want another 'cause i sold it to say i liked this movie i just have been bringing i talked about and brand those women who say they're just like you're just wait till you just right i just i i should wait until the end right out in front of me it's not spoiler but it it it it it boiler e in we need like we're gonna talk about it the way we talk about we need you to a spoiler warning before we do it but yeah before review for example so i'll save that for then at the end yes say anything i haven't met the demand is i was already which you like how's that was gonna be my intro and we saved infant in yeah his or yeah yeah yeah that's why i i can't i can't say enough and i got my own little i got i gotta wait so 'em yeah so novel there no no no no spoilers tom i liked this movie 'em i thought it was cute i thought it could have been charming if it had exercise just a little bit more restrained some in the storyline 'cause i felt like it went past the point a couple of times termi 'em it's hanging out on my list of possible best use of music right now well things that you so i didn't you know not necessarily best performance of music in a movie but best use of music but yeah it was it was it was more i had no expectations of this i was slightly put off by the premise when it came out one 'em if i'm i know i i like groundhog day ish type movies i really do i just didn't know i was gonna be in on this and then i was like but why the beatles of all the groups in the entire of the world that you wanna make the one that one guy remembers why the beatles is my question but the movie answer that question for me 'em not necessarily agree with that needing to be the beatles being the greatest ever but okay but yeah i like the story i thought it was well cast 'em i felt a little bit too much ciller at times but again i think i'm getting more cynical in my own as age maybe possibly okay i no it was that was a rhetorical without question either want that's a trap neither one of you out the answer that don't do that oh okay what do you think they 'em so first off storytime because why not have a story time a me ashley southern city theatre five minutes of reasons that have to do is a person who has before i did all apple watch red brennan clapper washing though about well that's how close he lives in the theater i leave approximately six minutes in twenty five seconds away from the theater you yell at five minutes late yesterday because he wasn't five minutes late the man who literally worst two hours away those out there just when you know on on a wreck on the market on the wreckage somewhere like some people just cannot that that time gaps when you'd be like hey we need we need fifteen minutes we need ten minutes in now it's eight minutes in there like hold on give me five minutes like no we don't have it i'm sorry but i was like sometimes you know it just just just will just be the town where late we will be late in whatever happens will happening and what happened was ashley got a seat upfront not in the press section 'cause they were really struggling to find her one seat theater people were actually looking at you you you you know what you're what have you what happened with that right so one i didn't know it was gonna be to you so i only had one feet saved just like random producing early so it's like there's like six forty seven the movie starts at seven am like you're like yeah i guess the point where like like sixty nine and i couldn't keep being an asshole going no no no no my friend is coming when they were trying to fill the seat until i finally a black woman came by like is he might have seen almost like no it's almost like well maybe something happened they're not coming in on lewis all you guys down there like god god damn it literally two minutes away but even then it still only have one seat so here's the three no one i'm pretty sure i was like ashley wants to see this yes give it to me but you're a hardworking person so i really don't hold that against you you don't remember me sam plus one 'em hold seats because there would absolutely people in that theater holding seats where people were not sitting it among like will make one old white woman straight up just fucking lied about holding like yo to people sitting in the seats yes then security with her asked the same question ten minutes later the two people sitting in a seat and she said yes just thirty minutes into the movie guys come who will coming back to thirty minutes into the movie they just don't give a fuck about beginnings like i don't wanna at thirty minutes into the only they only care about second third act like dang i missed the first fifteen twenty minutes of this movie like i walked in he crashed i saw his busted up mouth indian i spent the next ten minutes he's trying to sort out seat in situations where one of the hosts of are screaming event and finally i so as i go sit down and worried about it in me in a host because somebody took rc somebody just came in a move that in her seat so she would like either we she went holiday management at the theater and we got to chairs and i pulled up on that is that down and just watch a movie like i like damn yeah so yeah yeah i hold seats no physical is everybody i did held seats but when the movie star it's kind of hard when you have all the energy again there's other people so i'm just saying you put i mean i don't really the same woman who looked like eleanor roosevelt though claim she withhold to sequel listen i'm not in the fifty three percent so i'm not allow that kind of authority act like i am i certainly do know we hold season the press action is for specifically that the reason i will put stuff if people who we know generally are there are there is getting close to and they're gonna start moving will put stuff in seat so when we know they roll in late week and just move stuff and they could sit in the press action but we will most assuredly china hold seat specifically specifically because of this type of stuff amacus people lie so on general principle even if i i'll put down a plus one even if i don't know if i have one and i'll put my stuff in that seat 'cause it's my seat in that's just how i i i like i believe i like i have fifty three percent privileges i don't care where it wasn't even just that though like i talked to them and they under under seated press that was a mistake that happened that was a miscommunication they clearly did do you know what it is anytime they do the bolts were not told about the movie goes what do the baltimore sun in the baltimore sun come in that's what it is 'cause they they did a baltimore sun thing where i noticed peter's almost packed by the time i showed up and i was like i've been here for like forty and then they and then they start living regular people and i'm like oh this is gonna be a problem like yeah for some reason and it's not even know it when i walk it like me as like will be fine you 'cause i don't expect a whole lot of people to be like grabbing her past see this so we should be fine even though were latest book but when i saw that table end up to chair sitting out right in front of the theater i went book son is here we're not getting seat because they're going to be packed people pay a subscription service just give free tickets to see movies do though mhm so i know they're gonna it's gonna be a packed house yeah so anyway when i went girlfriend she was like yeah it's theater eleven but there is no seats left mhm i'm like well we're gonna find out the season i know magic happen wow yeah we very rarely have that problem out here but that's just because i know lately it's been very interesting going in there and not having a fight for see a it used to be if you were late and they have released just eat there truly were no more see i think i've only been to one screening so far this year knock on wood where it's been an issue and i end because i don't drive i'll take a lift or and i tried to get there early an have people who say my plus one just meet me there for the most part these days and i'm in my seat and i sexy sexy when you gave me one minute come out i give you a name not coming out one sale specifically typically because some of the ones it used to be you get in there and you are gonna get a seat but it hasn't been that way we've gotten pretty lucky but where the which ones they fixing the compacted they had they had so many screenings for yesterday in san diego that my theater was almost empty 'cause this is the last screening and they had already had at least two or three other screenings of this movie earlier in the month so okay i prefer john brennan what did you actually boom m so one shot out to a hamish patel a he has a beautiful voice in i actually understand why they pick the beatles but i also agree with you that greatest band ever is a bit of an overshot shot in i think that this film in general gives way too much credit to what the beatles were able to do before there were fifty other million people after them who kind of started doing that same thing and not necessarily shelly maybe because of them like air in a lot of stuff late into that in if this happened now i do not think that this which give gone this way at all on this level as fast as it did like it escalated quickly and i was like a stars they created everyday toby light billy alex is really out here doing shit this fast gonna be gone tomorrow so stop acting like this man is the greatest thing ever because you know he's singing classic songs we all know 'cause that's the the audience takes that the the don't take the audience is understanding of the material into the creation of the film like they they take that they're like hey we know that you guys you guys love the beatles so this movie's gonna have more of an impact on you as if it but if you were not a beatles fan would you be watching this film going that he's the greatest songs you've ever heard the first time you heard the make you wanna like thank god for existence and working years you know that's kind of how they played it out but ultimately i thought the story was a cute little rom com i thought it was kind of beautiful like lily james his character 'em i like all of the side characters that they introduced i liked that they kind of made at uranian asshole like i kinda wanna new music now because you just can't act like a deacon even though they kind of went over a bit with him in his egotism i thought that was cool what did they played into that though kate mckinnon there's a godsend she could never do no wrong just got her amazing i love i love her not like any other aspects of this film and this romance in this relationship is the one that got away shit they were doing with this film and it came in just comes in it's the most reckless blunt i don't give a fuck about anybody because i'm so so so so so so so rich shit ever every scene itchy every time she opens her mouth it's like oh this might be the moment where we get a term of endearment from her in his no she's still operate asshole in a hundred and ten percent so i think my favorite i think my favorite wasn't the one the line that they used the trailer but the line in the trailer is a pretty good clue perhaps came kind of accidents all moving pretty much like it's it's great it's entertaining in a cheese like she really does like do yoga shit cause her to shoot that whole scene talking while doing this stretch it i was like oh this is my supposed to be funny but i'm kind of looking at her like a domino game her dollar is amazing yeah like she laughing she's mocking people all in a capsule my plate position yeah yeah i was like shit she's she's real like she's using her money will get the greatest trainers i see maybe yogurt firm house party but you know she's doing it an ultimately i think the film is fine until the very very end end then like this is why why do we know that not at all not at all so early this is a reality anymore at all in you the film presented a story in a particular way in kind of has this climatic moment you're waiting for the happening you suspected to be something else i thought it was gonna be something different than what it actually it ended up being something different which i thought was kind of cool way to go story and then they capitalize on it they instead they chose anything that they chose which i was like nobre like why did you do that whole set up into shoe that ending but ultimately i think the film as a whole 'cause you know like some of the parts i think if you look at it like the force of the trees type of situation there don't focus on that one dead redwood in the back that's being then i think he will fully enjoy this film and i honestly honestly honestly do not know why critics are going that just feeling so fucking hard i don't understand what the issue is you see what it is from the trailers in never lies about what it is it actually did what it what it actually it actually executed the premise much better than i thought it was a lot less cornea then i thought it was gonna be in hamish token ashley saying and i liked hearing his version of the beatles songs ashley we listened to the soundtrack latest multiple platelets british film already so edison with rocket man an i'm kinda like it's a good year for films that you might be singing along to in the theater but you know exactly why critics of going in on this movie you just said why they're looking at not just that one redwood back in the in the back they're looking at all the little pieces where it doesn't work like it's a big deal that they made this entire movie under the presumption that everybody is coming from the same mental space with respect to the impact and import of the beatles on music in the world an an and then lily james what's great hyman she wasn't great i don't know whether or not you could give what was their actual relationship until maybe two thirds of the way into the movie chemistry not in the way that you would typically expect for a rom com so there are a lot of people i know who were like they don't have any chemistry between the whatsoever i don't see it i was like you do not understand what the word on quieted means but okay okay that's exactly why people are going in on this movie i mean it's cute it's charming but it went past the point of being fully charming as there were an an an i like i agree with you i like the fact that they played into all of the hype of how people talk about ed sheeran and i thought it was amazing that he was down to mock himself that way and then he just went full bore for and i agree with you i like i missed patel i a but that's exactly why critics they're going it's movie because you can break this down into the three things this movie it was supposed to do an end only came through on one of them in a way that like kind of really fit the stories if they were telling me things we talking about sorts of the three things whether it's like there's a relationship between jackson alley the relationship between jack in music and then the relationship between jack in the beatles music and the relationship jet wanna have to be famous and to be heard entered do music so those three things technically they i did not like be ending like not the very last seen 'cause and i thought that was execute an it's one of my favorite me the way they're yeah i thought that they completely undermined inlaws all authenticity of what they had built up to a story that i was buying to that point an end i even liked the way they kinda played a little into a you know a jack malik play by how much not necessarily him coming from his one point of view but everyone around him it looks like he's getting a big they had okay mr rock star that kind of thing and they they gave you all of these moments an end you're not i'm and i as far as i'm concerned when it comes to the music elements of this story it's all held together by kate mckinnon an they just kind of made almost everything that had worked up to that point illegitimate and i passed i still i i understand what you're saying but when i look at this is a rom com i think one of the things that really a daring gummy and then i guess i'm giving a shout out to like richard court curtis with this jack bath in danny boyle especially for direction 'em i thought that this was not a typical american rom com which is why i immediately got into it like the character it's very you kiss berry uk like it's very muddy and i i thought that added so this is something i would add some movie collection because it's not typical and i love a good white woman in trouble tyrone call but otherwise i'm like okay the white woman in trouble is hamish but eat a meal he does not understand himself at all he doesn't understand the world at all he is so captivated by his quote unquote failures but he doesn't he doesn't understand all of the wins that he has around him in the things that he actually has accomplished this friendship this love ship that he has with ellie he he just does not like he it's just like you want something so bad it you can't see you already had it and i thought that was a great way to attack the story i will say that in the moments where it got dark with his character that they kind of rushed it i got why they rushed it because the frustration of the music business with russia at the same time so he gave the audience the perception that he just did not have time so really adjusting thing and you have to look at his character is a person this is from my point of view what i'm saying hi makes you very slow moving individual like he does not capitalize on anything he is absolutely the tortoise but not in the brain part just in the movement part my man does not think ahead he does nothing behind he thinks in place in slow motion in because of that he misses all these opportunities he does he never says the right thing and never knows what the saying i think i think those moments in rom coms with a person finally they figured out exactly what they wanna say any say a perfectly i'm not gonna say i miss it like when he when there were moments where it looked like do just saved this end he doesn't stay unlike but that's what i would do because i'm smarter than he'll get like that you look not there yet but that's what's really tripping up that at least from my opinion in some of what are her from critics and i spoke to briefly that's what's really tripping up people about this considering it as a rom com i love uk i tv in movies seriously i'm be on addicted to pbs and the bbc channel at it is a problem in my life and i'm not trying to solve it those are all the things i liked about the story to so absolutely one hundred percent agreement to you the the ending is american and that's my problem with it and they do it for me that's what made me angry i was like you were doing so well and it was very understated and i like the i like the whole you don't know what you've got until it's gone five i i love the way they played out i love how you let how they let you see those pieces come together when they brought that other character in to the alley and jack dynamic you know what i mean a play by alexander arnold gavin's character that whole moment in the evolution of all of that and you could see these moments where she didn't get it together opened his eyes he was gonna lose something that he took extremely for granted for aunt but it it what i liked she's awkwardness i loved lily james that woman has the ability to do things with so few words an an even not even overdoing expressions on her face and you are absolutely hundred percent buying what she's doing but it's just there were certain moments where they felt like they needed to do something that would appease an american audience and almost every last one of those moments are the ones that don't ring true in this movie i think at least from my point of view that that maybe about what's messing up some critics but it could also be some critics wanted more of what we what i consider to be more american ising of the story so i mean six and a half dozen another other i liked this movie i was pleasantly surprised i was deeply impressed with all of the 'em the acting and i wanna find a way to fall into really cool shit the way rocky did joe joe joe fried played the hell out of that rocky here yeah he's just let me let me let me fall into a good life yeah so like the movies fine on you guys are way more into what i know you guys watch way more roma romantic comedies and i do i hate them because in were getting in one of the territory now 'cause new information see what i see somebody got again this story i need to i need to because it just like what the fuck you take the money in the girl like like this is the this romantic comedies always fall into the same dumb like rhythm for me where it's just like what the fuck you're gonna have you're gonna have you're taking needed to that's a normal thing like you're too fucking adult right you can like there's at one point we're in a game was here so at one point when jack is talking about like he has to go back to america to have this meeting with director company in in alleys like oh well i can't you know you're gonna leave and you're only mean i'm like mother fucker you flew in a jet you have a jew is telling you you're gonna fly back or you tell you tell kate character to buy you know they're fucking ticket or you reaching you're mocking you buy any we see this is adult shit i i can't do these films i can't i can't because they get childish for me and like no that's not what our maybe it is how those work but i'd like i'm tired of seeing this shit like glue but you know that's all adults were like that but i get that but i'm just like by joe lumber i'm with you chris i'm with you i'm completely but because the phone number yet not so much on the rom com tip but they had this great moment in his dressing room after his big huge reilly auto parts and it was perfect it was fricking perfect and i absolutely agree with you be i thought this is going somewhere else and when they turned it around being something else i was like oh you know what this is so much better and it's like he just basically pissed and those people say yeah i like oh here's my thing here's here's my thing with the way this woman like there's there's a proper people like all the time in like you know you know god's into a boat asset you discuss into this in its three things in anything in is like you didn't say like well i sent you this i think you three both like what the fuck do in a world where the beatles don't exist guy gave you a singing voice guy gave you the ability to play their music in guy gave you the ability to remember the lyrics today i'm sorry ari widows was he supposed to tell you in that's what got me about the ending of this film because what he does is so stupid in makes no fucking sense like it's it's not even it's it's a disappointment to i honestly think it's a huge disappointment in more of a slap in the face of the beatles legacy to do what he did then and not just the beatles but to do what he did the way he did it in a way the film just kinda like yada yada be after effects of the decision that he made that republicans motherfucking yukon contract so i'm i'm watching all of this and they do that have kate mckinnon is big explosion which again hilarious but it does not saved the fact that if you're thinking beyond that it's everything he does it in in there's no real reason at all there's no justification for why he did it because in a world where nobody knows the beatles how can you not only does nobody know the beatles but there is a huge surprise in this that you really should see coming in then there's a whole climatic part they were trying to get to that with the mystery aspect of this that it's revealed so based on all of that why the hell would you do what he did in that don't make any fucking sense aunt he really he really shat only ability to be a person who provided beautiful music to the world in like capitalize on it because there's no reason you shouldn't no one ever will so why the fuck not you like when he put up the list then there's other things like this there's more to it and just the there's no the beatles which i thought was a really like added to the comedy and stuff but the way they did it wasn't never it never i never think they went to never did they thought they did it too much money in it was it was all this stuff that people love so the fact that he did it i was looking at some of the other stuff that was affected by this bump on the head and i was like roe v a the things that you know in the fact that you still know them in you remember them you can give them to the world in a way that the world received them in love you for it why wouldn't you do it how did you know that the beatles didn't hear people like were were around other people picked up stuff from them in using that to make some of the songs that people now held them for being the greatest just writers and fingers you don't know that so for you to just be like this one stream line of logic one this and be like this is what i have to do to redeem myself you didn't need to redeem yourself whip their music you need it to redeem your relationship with lily that's what the fuck needed repairs which again my parents i i heard joy china enjoy you got anything say again like oh no it gives him i did like the inning is so stupid where is it the innings in the end the inning stupid because again i dunno i i just i can't saying these kind of feel like the film's fine famous those bad i think people like this kind of phones will be fine with this film i i can't watch this film 'cause everybody like even before they in their things with his relationship with lily where i'm just like this is fucking dumb like i just i couldn't do it because there were just like it got to the point where it was almost like too dumb and i was just i can't do this like it's that the relationship or which again they have good chemistry i liked the way they were doing a lovely james but i'm just like at some point you're getting too dumb and i could have overlooked that if they didn't get so dumb and then over just like oh fuck this i just kind of much down too much down down too much done i just i'm comes usually dumb like that and that's why that's why that's why you avoid the price you were there obviously 'cause ashley ask me if you're coming up like chris combinator shitty don't like you bullshit absolutely nowhere now i don't know i don't know what's coming yeah i didn't know why i don't know why do the it's been a long fucking mom and i think maybe i just had my wife cross i'm sorry i got this movie next you know they're and so i'm like fuck it year round they're always dumps so like timmy the ones that better the best of the ones that are aware of how dumb it is and they end up fixing that toward the end like okay like what he's just not that anti like i understand the people typically don't like that so i actually liked the way that film turns out because the characters that are dropping audio advice ended up being a mother fuckers that don't know what the fuck is going on in you the feeder right here just like dan presenting that way and then wrap it around that way to show you that they're actually this and now but the president himself b m shows me there was a bit more depth to the screenplay instore then would be perceived foray silly did see girlie girlie film whatever whatever the fuck 'em but in this one i'm just kind of like you guys had a quirky do who criticize wandered percent right he does a lot of stupid shit or no stupid ass reason because of that i completely disassociate if anything i would do that character so i watch it from the standpoint of i am just watching it idiot bumble around with everything he right in front of him in for some reason he can't this is like ghost if you can't touch it you can't grab it i don't know why the focus more so last thing on this like obviously the thing that really kind of thing to me about these kind of comes with everything they kind of bothers me about them then again films fine it's fine reason why can't do a lot of these ruining comedies is at the end the day he's not a good do in so the film's kind of reward bad these films always wore bad behavior relationships in pin them off as being romantic this dude is kind of a jackass see literally for the most part when you think about it he uses ellie for all these times this whole thing well i've always had they released the feelings and she's always been there for him in he literally user to the point any norsar in doesn't go acting these feelings to the point of ruining her other relationships where people have been there like it's passed off as they were meant to film and this is what romances but honestly it's literally why i like some really don't work like it's not healthy in i give them credit i give them credit for a lease kind of at one point saying that she kinda sister and says i can't do this i i you i i love to all my life i've done all this stuff i've been there for you and i can't keep basically being put second you know in in not not put it on my my effort in work into you and not getting anything reciprocated in like back whistler but i think that's why it's been struck me as a rom com and maybe that's why those elements didn't bother me so much i was actually just told you as disappointed by the end because i wasn't watching this as rom coms so him being the way the he was the movie i was like well that makes sense he's very self involved and you know he's only so self effacing all those things make sense and they made since the character so when it got up to the moments where he had his big realization is a defining moment end the repeated just the walking away instead of doing or saying something like well that's fits character well that's that's it so when you got today in i was just like oh wow hey you were doing a show well it wasn't just that like i like lily james his character and his film because from the beginning of the film at least a part that i saw twenty six minutes she she wasn't she wasn't coddling him to the fashion that is done in other films where the the woman or the guy whoever is the dumb dumb in love with asshole they typically don't seem to be aware at all that quote unquote that person is just not that into you in this film lily james from jump and maybe this is because it's like their tenth year of doing this or eleventh year she has gone beyond the point of you know i am tired of giving him hints i'm i'm not even giving him hits i'm tired of being him being here for him like this in not being the one did he seems to want an i think that is i liked i thought this this film heading more realistic approach to perception he so self loading in just so bad at communication that even if he was in level of her which will have the go watch it from find out it doesn't matter because they're in no way is being shown to her no no matter how hard she works to be there for him but at the same time she keeps the particular distance from him because she's not going to completely kado in hold his hand into their relationship she's like there there are moments where she basically kind of playing with him like yeah no we would never get down like that i don't really like you like that so so so and so but that's what i saw with that what i saw in that was her making him have to make that move like i've done everything else for you i give you rise up to using upton missed like i've been a great quote unquote friend but that's not a friend like that's a person who is clearly in love with you but what i'm not going to do is be initiator of this situation because what's gonna cause i've been initiator everything thing else and i like the fact that they did with their care when did that with her character character isn't completely being taken advantage of out of her own wheeler where she's aware she's being taken taken advantage of she just she's waiting for him to realize that he's he's taking advantage of her in from the standpoint of not giving her what she knows or how state he wants same she does so from that point that's another reason why i kind of liked the story because she's kind of leading leading the charge in all of the communication with them so she has the power in that kind of what ends up being the thing that wake them up in in in his a switch kicking yet because he just like he's user her just kind of being there in which he's not anymore then it's kind of like well fuck i lost everything because the only thing you did have what's her that's that's why liking about it and the fact that she i mean she was making choices and when she was done she made another choice that's why i liked about everything and i i don't i didn't need the romance to come any kind of combination honestly i was really hoping that this would just come to like he would just reached some to the way they were building and it was about building him into a better person and i think i would have liked it if they had if they had i felt yet yet you call yada yada being i base i feel like they skipped a couple of chapters on this dude is specially with us be actual complete ending of the movie it's like yeah now yachting earn that you did not earn that for him at but i liked the movie i thought it was i thought it was charming i again i said i thought it was the so far it's on my list her best use his music in a movie not beating rocket man but it's on that list i thought the production quality was pretty good i liked how good i never mad at a time travel movie i'm just not i don't know why maybe it's because i wish i had a reminder fast forward but what you like tom cup okay i take it back i have been mad at a time show on hey guys i'm here by the way if i've enjoyed i know i know this going well yeah i did i probably in the minority for a lot of film critic i i think i'm in the same boat as you i really enjoyed this film for many reasons m i don't necessarily suffer from like the same thing chris does where dumb rom coms do not bother me in the slightest 'em are now that right jamie though oh who we talking about rescue me talking about trashy all the time i love me some garbage okay a but i would even classify this is garbage but like i i so in general the third act for me doesn't bother me as much as like most critics critics did 'em 'cause i think that was the kind of common sentiment about third act in bother me as much i'm actually beatles fans i was happy i really really lovely james and i thought everything that you guys that in terms of the choices they made 'em i what's happening when i really like mashed potatoes and play the league 'em i think he's talented so i walked out happy 'em so yeah we're hearing this i'm at a six and a half rural or joy 'em i gave in the interview i gave it a seven point five so i'm gonna keep it as simply five yeah i'm at a seven oh i'm definitely a i'm sitting at a seven and a half will watch it from the side of the theater stamps agri wrote this is yeah i agree road after like under rocket man averaging while roseanne when people tell me that rock wild role road is fantastic 'em i think this is a the best use of music nfl a summer automated messed up my number one i look back on track all the fucking time which who insane then you can have the match leasing the music and do their he his angry immersion i don't remember what song was it he's in his version of that is so i was like bro i'm glad he's mad they got the long and winding road the long and winding road got me but i am very glad i will say for the record that they did not touch this is not a spoiler and you'll understand why say this when you go see the movie but they didn't do eleanor rigby 'cause i might have cut somebody 'cause as far as i'm concerned that snow retha franklin song and i and i would have probably i probably would have like you know checked out of the movie by by because of punishment but yet they got me along adding wrote i like yes i also i also don't think this is what would be is a song that i mean lyric don't make any fucking sense and i say the the say this at the beatles fan but the eleanor rigby segment is quite remarkable rex they don't match up sort of earth that also don't match but yeah i i but those were all the parts of this movie that are like so jack chris basically what i'm hearing is you need to do what the critic my friend kevin who were sitting next me did he left early i mean i think he timed it practically so all the stuff that bothered you he may have found the radio icon and say oh be timing that are just really honest she's on the phone 'cause i'm also not a beatles for i don't i'm one of those people and komi with a one of the minorities in the world i don't give a shit about the beatles i think that's a minority actually i mean my opinion my i don't think it's in minority opinion i'm i i know we all right now saying the beatles a highly overstate it well i mean yeah but it goes i agree but it goes back to what brennan more random saying before it's like you know with this film in like you you're always in the film is the beatles don't exist anymore oh my god like somebody focusing bills on is not gonna blow up and like not in today's world no matter what you know what it is i i wrote this in the rate and review a that should be coming soon on npr never die that check that out oh and what i will say that i think for aid band that is at least worldwide well like well no we don't like the beatles you know at least one or two songs off the gate whether it be a course something i think it helps with the fantastical part of the film film which is everybody in the world forget who the beatles this end it helps ground that in a way of the ridiculous fantasy because it is a band that as well know whether you like them or dislike so it makes sense to me but i i do agree with decrypt i don't think that it is a minority i myself dirty new from the bronx donor high end the beatles but here we are but i do enjoy the beatles michaels tells me all the time the bills trash i'm gonna disagree the state if they're very much overstated it's it was black audience then they'd have to be somebody completely else yeah nothing beatles they would like you you'd have you'd be you'd be better doing it temptations failed been doing the damn beatles film and they never they never reached having world words motown sound goes missing yeah i do think it's something quite fascinating that the delete of this film and pretty much in majority of the story of a world i forget the beatles the league who kind of co op in in takes the space is not a white person which also found very fascinating in terms of the the casting choice of i think i'm actually a fantastic ashim choice but the fact that he's the one kind of co op in bribes stardom start with this this knowledge as abe round hers and i also very fascinating yeah you kind of have used the beatles were for this concept agreed you have to they're not yet to bands that have that are reach that you could just you could do this film where yeah i get that i am i wouldn't say i i wasn't saying it should have been i was speaking more the christmas comment in your comment where you were saying that this movie was kind of built on the premise an idea a a that they they were playing on your audience going well we know wink wink you know the beatles and why could legitimately walk in that movie theater right now with a bunch of people who would hear the songs in a tribute somebody not the beatles because they never heard the beatles first bigger exactly what they heard that in a commercial you'd be like but it's the beatles so who do you mean what do you mean that's what commercial it was so that that's what that's what i was saying i wasn't saying that that what you said anyway what's wrong i'm just saying basically all say the same shit that this film had this notion that everybody knows the beatles right that makes him the greatest and it's like not really everybody knows the beatles because you know everybody just knows the beat yes yeah it so they've just yeah and i and i had mentioned like i like it works but i had question there's a point where i feel like it's a child everybody knew elvis an i don't know shit about book about i'll be fruitful i'm i like saw saw that i probably know that are elvis i would just assume a nigga made it to like i don't know like do i know like elvis music question mark like so i i hear what you're saying but yeah i think like and just in general like the song did they take they pick like the most recognizable beatles songs which again helps that helps the gates there a personal song the i like a lot better than the fog but they chose that neither here there but like they picked one that news in a bar when their drugs they put a basement musical and that is what they say so yes i'm just saying as a person who watched a lot of bobby's world i don't give a fuck about elvis ragweed didn't do anything for me exactly where that cartoon in the great cartoon that's kind of the movie starring chris even though you're over finish that at all yeah so there you go that's a review for yesterday in front of her views on mtr never done net in a subscribe to podcasts i get forcing everyone listening internet kim ready welcome back to measure the podcast host chrissy overthrow brennan enjoy and we're here to a see if a marvel studios is gonna go three for three this year in get all three films and they put out over a billion dollars a year to review spiderman far from home 'em second rate is not as you got the shit is so let's just jump right into this a what do you think fighter man for good no no no just a yeah i really enjoyed i i'm sorry brennan if you being sarcastic are you being serious i would absolutely being sarcastic castigating here in art okay i'm tracking it you know it's it's on 'cause a lot of a lot of critics are here are not being sarcastic oh no they're not they're they're out here being dumb dislike the film's good but you know in front that thing something that ninety percent i'm not even i'm not even at this point i'm not doing this with them that they're they're grasping at straws right now could they all know the fucking film is fantastic the film is good and so they feel like they can't they don't at this point marvel studios is like the they're the they're the fucking warriors where they're that good you gotta find some excused while you got eight people don't like the top end so when you're doing this year where i mean i guess it could and better i mean okay so it could have been a a nine and a half of a nine like i'm not doing this with the odyssey maybe just the facts empire shit like any look everybody who says that it could have been better shit pisses me off especially when you read and they don't have any actual specifics of where they thought some district go i mean i it's a spiderman movie in it did what it was supposed to do and it did it better than anybody else who is going to make this movie would have done 'cause they would have tripped up more i didn't give me everything i want it but i'm grady i mean like damn it from that perspective i mean you know shut up to those critics your grandmother sweet potato pie could have been better monica ideas to undo and amboise why ma'am sometimes sometimes you gotta go ahead of his family i don't understand how you can watch this movie in not have fun aunt especially after endgame not have one not feel good and not be amazed at everything they do with listeria yeah i just like one yeah y'all know some shit his comments come on man look at look into these trailers they just lying they're not even trying allowed allowed is like i we lie right in when that moment happened in the film proceeds from that point it is one of the most beautiful uses of just technology in cd our screen to bring this character delight in which mysterious i would absolutely worry about how they were gonna tackle his abilities in the way they did it in this film in and we kind of were gonna kind of have to deal with this whole criticism of marvel universe villains because jay general hall is now up their fucking top as being just a diabolical mastermind nine genius who you cannot understand where you're coming from put it to for to know they had a my keating in in the first film when they had the volt yeah it's like they're not they're not doing this with great actors in i'm not gonna say be level like spiderman villains they're not but they're not what do you think spiderman you don't think voltron you know the steer you at first you know that in the road gallery this definitely names you know is in the row gallery is that the name you come up and you think of first in here we have another another film while you're doing this and you're putting these characters in here and you make them you make them work you make some good an 'em again it's just this is just another film that honestly when i see some of these critics say about all well and then nitpicking it i did it to set aside a theater and i looked at you ran in a we're talking to avoid jeff basis like at this point i might have turned her marvel studios hater because at this point what else is there to do because at this point it's disgusting seemed to be to be it's just gonna be this good this is a film and you think about it also they're giving it to so many free they make no money you know all the possible obviously you know come fighting they're getting paid and i mean there some money exchanging in that respect but when when it comes down to the bottom line when someone is going to sony in they put the same level of effort they put into older other films not only that they're capping off their face three the last film and face three they filmed they're made for another studio it's it's just when you think about you think about the last when people like why did this in don't in game and then you see this film and you will never ever asked that question again added element they needed to do it with the way they did it in just yes there are in credit scene there are two fucking stay because marvel is the god of in credit scenes at this point like there's other films you just stop doing in credit scenes because they don't understand why you do them an when people like oh you know marvel in credit scene bra like just set up did they do here in the questions they they leave you with this is just marvel at like you look at the first phase in we had a conversation about when we did in game row you were kind of like if they if the marvel stuff stopped right here tmc you stop right here you'd be completely fine and i agree with that like they've done that wilford this long and no other studio i don't think he's ever done this welford this long ever end then you look at what they do we have spiderman far from home it'd be in the set up in what we could be prepared for look forward to our ask questions about or you know speculate after the fox merger my guy like it just point i i've never i've never watched spiderman film film in gone you know what i don't have to worry that we won't get another one in right like we had that after every fucking spiderman series done by sony if you like the film film where you like just set up but they were going for you absolutely did not know if you were gonna get a third one or fourth when and if you did get a third one it was a piece of shit so we this point like with this film i left the theater going it's not even not even his am i waiting for another spiderman film i'm just waiting for the next film because see marlboro doesn't make you wait until the next sequels have deckchair just film to get answers the questions that you might have purchased a prize you were saying they they might do it in the very next film in it i'm man this is like the best television series that i've been watching it the theaters but like the last ten are like that i'm sorry it's you know studio is fucking winter they're phenomenal period well i i like i sorry joan ira now i liked this movie i i will say this if you read into certain things from the trailer you may walk away from this movie lightly they missed but they didn't follow through on it but once i got over being annoyed by that an i got asked the question at the movie theater that made me happy to sit back and think about it i had go back in pay attention to what i had been given in the movie rather than what i had had hoped would be in the movie and what i was given in the movie was a comprehensive way for them to establish this character an keep all of these central elements that were a you know spiderman friendly neighborhood spiderman in his city being new york and what this neighborhood and where he goes an who tom holland is as the spiderman and who he is peter parker coming together in unique ways if you didn't get an for them to show somebody who's just damn exhausted after the shit they have gone on through an endgame i'm not dissatisfied with this movie i was excited about what i saw i did feel like there is a little filler in there that i could have done without but again i'm a little bit of annapolis we just let that go out and i agree i walked out going i'm like well i can't see i can't wait to see what they do neck an i got j dillashaw was 'perfect casting there were some moments in there with the way they told his story i could've done without but ads for him being material and the one they picked in the way they chose it changing some of his backstory to make it work in the world they built into you it makes a lot of logical sense and then just everything that they did what they end the way they made it look in the cg i in the action sequences plus the relationships they built and the fact they manage to do all of that together yeah i was not dissatisfied with this moving anyway i'm greedy i wanted more i had expectations i should know better an m b on that i do think that some critics are kissing a little too much ask what the words if they're using to describe the movie but i thought this was a solid installment i absolutely am not worried about what comes next i'm actually excited to see what comes next given what happened in those two things you should stay for for 'em an i i would like to say that's also what happens in one of the second the second kota seeing the some of the black shit yeah i mean i agree with every what everybody said m i agree with the road there is there is a specific pay off that i was expecting but i didn't necessarily get in the way that i did but there's so much good in this film first of all my favorite jake jilin hall is weird dylan oh i love we're doing he does weird in very offbeat very well a an oregon act like i i think that's a no brainer to say that an he very much very much commits himself considering the fact that jake jilin hall in certain actors are who have either florida west put him on a costume or has done it was like no thanks in their future live like michael keaton or jake like they don't come back unless they're coming back for a legitimate reason this is a good reason leverage jay jonah all i think he did and fantastic as quitting backslash murder mystery oh i love how they updated is story for this universe 'em i love the god damn kids of midtown high i do so much then india is absolutely a delight in she really leaned in to the weird off kilter of mj i also side no specifically low is she is troll you markers with the red hair she's born during this press store but that's neither here nor there 'em i just i love jacob a battle on as as men he is as funny as he wasn't last though i everything about this just just got i just really enjoyed it so there is some payoff park that i want it more i so i agree with row but again i'm brett what's her name greedy in the press room that i went to they went further further in credit teams oh people were clapping i mean people actually snacks people back end of their seats when they tried to leave so people here this movie and i understood it completely i wasn't most ensues but again i had to get over myself because i should know better than the going to if any movie that's associated with the emcee with any kind of expectations inspecting the give me that they offer that came in there for yeah i would also like i i agree with you so i think it was either brandon morrow a yes some critics have have been swinging both sides of the fence in terms of like how how their feedback whether it be positive or negative is a little bit to the extreme i think there is a a balance i think it's sweatsuit squarely in the middle of i think it's a solid sequel i think it definitely establishes tom holland as the supreme spiderman i think it establishes this world that we've developed as spiderman and how many more things we could do in the future with the rogues gallery and things of that nature i also do think there is some opportunity areas a and it fell short in small minor ways but overall i think is a very solid edition and i do think least think about a holistic way it's the right way in pastry yeah oh tell me one of those critics who say i mean just clearly the best spiderman i mean i don't think it's any better you you there's it it nails the character spiderman in in in that relationship with tony in while not losing who peter is i think that's it's really really worked for this film because tom how how long could pull it off you know in it's there's a lot of heavy lifting he's been doing the last two films pretty pretty much in all the things he's been in in them cu 'em and they really locked up in in in getting him in sony relook up in letting marvel takeover this for them but there's no way in hell they would have been able to do this himself they just wouldn't have an so i think removing spiderman from v new new york's hitting that is usually in importing overseas and then you know interacting with nick fury in in in these kind of things i think it really works and it also having you know giving sometimes the tragedy of who peter parker is in having him you know struggle with being a hero he's a kid he just wants to go on vacation with his friends and he's right after the snap where you know obviously this is taking place after in game we know what happened with endgame in how you know that five year gap and they're all that kind of handled in this film and the way they handle that in this in this film and deal with that that's kind of hilarious which it also says solidifies the fact that going forward in the view that five year gap is gonna matter you know that five year gap is going to be something that other from the ground up a play on in after seeing 'em say i mean there's some came out and basically i saw the film of the same month so ever seen something dark phoenix on fight you kind of you know you you you you have to admit that you know the small things that that this film does connect everything together and you watch something that a dark phoenix said nick and fox with the action films you're like how could you not even you guys had less films and he had less less pressure how do you how could you not even connect you're you're shit together how could you forget

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Chris Kennison: 2020 FFPC Main Event Week 13 7th Place Team Owner

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Chris Kennison: 2020 FFPC Main Event Week 13 7th Place Team Owner

"What is the answer to the riddle in the dolphins backfield this weekend what. Nfc north tight end might be primed for another big performance on sunday and should one forgotten. Afc south fantasy stud being all of your lineups for. We've thirteen plus seventh place team and the twenty twenty f. Fcc main a bed regular season kennison joins us to talk about is very successful. Debut into the contest. His polarizing draft approach and much more. We've got a great show for you. Farrell elliott is here. I'm eric bachmann. Stick around your high stakes fantasy. Football hours starts now have found the scene. Sweet Broadcast live and hurt around the world. You are now listening to the most entertaining hour of radio on the planet. Welcome to the high stakes. Fantasy football hour presented by my f- f p c dot com with your hosts eric balkan and feral elliott the high stakes fantasy. Football hour is your home for analysis from the best players in the world and now because no one else was available. Here's eric hoffman. And farrell elliott got hollered for our intra music rumor to check out their music at quite hollers dot com and. Welcome all the balkan colic's in the ferrelli x. into tonight's program welcome to the latest episode of the high stakes fantasy football presented by my f- pc dot com. I'm of course. You're a slightly above average host eric volkmann. My co host is the definitive commissioner of fantasy football. Wanna welcome in and now it is ferrell elliott. Feral house thanksgiving was it as dynamite. His mind once. Balti- no thanksgiving could be dynamited as yours. First of all the holidays are for kids. And i don't have any Second of all of the pittsburgh steelers were taken away from me dangling all week until wednesday which. I did not mind watching that wednesday night. You know when we got together. friday. I'll thanksgiving was too close to me to complain so now i'm just it's it's in. The background is in in the best. I'll tell you one thing very good for anybody. Who was in the business mr gibson. That was a very happy thanksgiving for them. Oh no question. Yeah that was huge. And i wish i would have done more business with antonio gibson. Unfortunately i was not willing to pay the price that it cost to acquire antonio gibson on my team in the draft process. We'll have to fix that next year however is price is probably going to go way up. We'll talk more about that No question also coming up tonight show. We're going to tell you what you What to do in week. Thirteen here is we are in league championship. We off the fslic made a bit of the football guys players championship. Lot of tough starter. Sit questions we're going to get to. I know we got a bunch of emails about that. And obviously chris kennison will join us here and about twelve minutes or so to talk about his seventh place team in the f. fcc main event pharaohs his first year playing the ftc for years but this is his first year in the main event and now he hasn't been the championship round seven place not a bad debut. Yeah i've i'm trying to figure chris kennison out. I've got some questions. And you may have to blow the whistle on. Because i may go a little long here but i've been studying this draft to kansas. He's got he's got a very kentucky esque feel to his draft and i've got to see if this was by accident or if this was truly his plan and then i wanna talk to him a little bit about the back end of this draft and what he was thinking there. Yeah i think It's always you know. Dave always used to give me so much grief for exploring drafts. You know this late in the season. But i think we learn a lot from it and and and do not even just not even just You know roster construction as far as drafting but getting into the mindset of the player who has managed his team into a top ten or top five whatever position this late in the in the year. I i certainly. I think it's it's worth pursuing as well. We got some listeners in the chat room right now feel free to post any questions you might have in there if you want to connect with us on twitter. The show is that hsf our and i am at eric. Plus you learn more about farrell elliott's kentucky fantasy football state championship that is at k f f f c dot com course. They are at kfc on twitter trying to make some noise in a couple of championships myself there this weekend. We'll see what happens there. Facebook dot com slash. Hsf oh were to connect with us. and then if you wanna give us a call tonight obviously three or four seven four to six thirty six eighty two three four seven game over high stakes fantasy football and gmail.com our email address. If you wanna send an email questions in We'll try to get to all the chatroom questions. All the tweets all the emails in fantasy feedback coming up in the final segment of the show. Thanks to our audio engineering. My best friend and of course our producer and mutual friend rob rob the era not producer. Mutual rob but Good friend of both this program and the roof is my steak slow down. He came back to the high stakes. Low down this past week and that is up at obits dot com slash. Podcast rob has one. He's never won a big six big your national contests. But he's already won over two hundred thousand dollars playing high stakes fantasy football league championships. Plenty of football guys players championship league championships and a bunch more A lot of great insight from him. Check that out this dot com slash podcast on his high-stakes lowdown. Thanks to football guys. Draft sharks a world and romford. Tonight's fantasy flash. Let's get into the detroit. Lions here all double said. The andre swift would have a quote small package of plays end quote active this week this according to the detroit news today swift and not play in or did not practice today Today being friday and then did not practice on thursday as well now he is no longer in the concussion protocol which kept him out the previous two weeks however he's come down with this non cove related illness and it's going to be very difficult obviously for him to play even if he's active. I don't know how much he's action. He's going to get detroit. Steelers adrian peterson. They still have kerryon johnson feral. I only only a the andrea swift in one league. And it's pretty much out of my mind i. It's not a question. I am not playing in this week. Can you offer any positively about starting swift or are you staying away as well. No positively about starting swift adrian. Peterson will not go away. Two touchdowns on thanksgiving balking in you know. They're they're playing the bears. And if you look at what. The backers did ninety yards rushing for jones. Seventy three yards for williams Peterson owners. That are short. At running back shouldn't hesitate to put him in on I just you know. It's so bizarre because We have A situation in detroit where you know. Nobody talks about stafford hand or somber. Whatever it is and he played through it. But i don't know how healthy he is not golladay again. This week You you have a situation. Where under swift is probably not going to go. And then the feral your. You probably already saw this for lions released marvin today as well And quintez cephus not expected to play. I mean what are the weapons here for detroit this weekend. 'cause certainly not giving matthew stafford a lot of help next man. Football safest and hall shouldn't be that too hard or too difficult to replace. You know one of the things. I'm gonna do if i get this job. As general manager the lions. I'm gonna move in there and look hard to train room staff because i've never seen a play for players can't get healthy. Once they get hurt here it seems as if they say her and and the quarterback is tough as nails but at a point in this season you got to start thinking about the future in detroit. And i think stafford belongs there in the future. But there's i wonder how many more times they're gonna run him out until they sit him down. It's a back gets a hand. It's always some problems and it's always few weapons. Golladay is a wonderful player. But he's getting that injury tag on him and it it's even even when he plays he plays hurt and it seems to be that the whole team is consistency playing hurt. That's why i want to look at that training. Yeah for sure. And i will support your candidacy for being the giant S gm for sure. Because i know you'll clean things up there no doubt let's go to south tamiami here are mondo sell girl on twitter. said that Brian flores head coach of the miami dolphins says he's going to talk with chris greer. Who is the john of miami. And the rest of the coaching staff whether they before whether or not they decide to activate myles gaskin from injured reserve for this weekend's game against the cincinnati bengals. Now myles gaskin practice this week But we'll have to wait to see if they decide to activate. It could be a saturday thing maybe sunday morning. Early sure what. Their deadline is on that but sell the knock. Ben is doubtful. The andre is doubtful and matt brita just got placed in the cove. Nineteen list today Which was certainly a kick to the groin of the miami dolphins backfield so you look at The the dolphin situation here feral. If gas is activated. I feel really good about starting right away against cincinnati. This week If he is not activated. I don't know what they're gonna do in the backfield. I know patrick laird still there. There's no way he's finding a starting lineup for me in week. Thirteen though there's no way although it would be fascinating especially if you have him on a draft master team these likely to score for you. Gaskin is leaning towards playing gaskin. We'll play as my guess Whether he gets fits back quarterback or not. We don't know if he does. I like it even better. But you know the bengals or owen five on the road. They're always chasing their the thirtieth rush defense and all of Gaskin i think is missed. Four games but he's still got thirty catches In week six he did ninety plus yard against the jets. That's what this feels like to me. Gaskin comes back. He comes back huge. So if you've got guys get on your roster. I think you can sleep pretty good tonight. I think you can count on him play. Well good because i had them in a bunch of leagues Right after his his big you know be ready. Prior to break out and i enjoyed Probably a good month of them and then had to keep them on the shelf and having them anywhere. So i'm looking forward to sleeping well tonight and partying big on sunday with a big gave gaskin against the bengals perfect Okay moving on. Let's stay in the afc farrell Jonah smith is Out against the browns this week for the tennessee. Titans jim wyatt tweeted this out earlier today. Now anthony perks or who had a twenty two percent target share with twenty nine routes on against our for ryan tannehill. Forty six dropbacks in the last time. The only time that he spots started for john or slip this year was awesome however he didn't practice it all this week and Didn't do much on sunday so we don't know what's what's going to happen for him fairly if you have firkh or knowing that john smith is out or perhaps you plan on adding anthony or if he's available in your f. Fcc league prior to sunday morning Is this the guy that you would deploy a as a borderline top ten tight on. It's the guy that you would deploy the secondary flex in that. Pc tight end premium leagues this week. You know my goodness anthony. Furniture the nightmare before christmas bulky if you're scrambling for that on sunday morning you're scrambling for a tiny and i think we can do better The you know swaim is on the field a great deal. He's their extra tackle. he's their extra tidying. everybody will remember him from the dallas cowboys. I i. there is an under impressive. Six foot two inch tied and with all the weapons that they have down there with the emergence of the typical cimber of king henry in an uptick in his touches. I just can't see. I there being any meaningful aspect of this Of this office. And and i just No it doesn't make. It doesn't make much sense to to try and play this player. If you're desperate for a tie and we just talked about Miami cincinnati. go back to that game Pickup grew sample. People got burned on before. But he's beginning. I think we've got double digit points in fantasy f. Fcc action Last week you'll probably get that more. And i think that's a better place than i could be. I mean you like you like you said. Drew sample got five targets last week. Turn that into four catches for forty yards He had to for twenty nine the week before against and underrated and pretty tough washington football team defense in my opinion So we'll see what happens with with your sample. i think. I'm with you just because the unknown with berkshire i think. I'd rather play sample Hudson river in the chat room tonight. Saying kyle rudolph over for her as well totally on board with that only this week i think kyle rudolph makes like in fact. I think we we may have. I think we're gonna ask our guests about that Shortly if i remember correctly Yeah we are so chris kind of coming up in just one minute here. We'll talk to him. About how rudolph and much more Before we get to that last point. I want to bring up here. James palmer tweeted this out today. julio jones apparently moved well in today's practice quote feels pretty good as they go into their Week thirteen matchup against new orleans James palmer saying that jones ran routes throughout friday's pack practice. Jones said he didn't feel like anything was holding back and said he felt like he could run. Every route didn't affect them at all. Now we don't know in. And i haven't seen it since if he did get a limited tags today or if he got a full practice head but it seems like you know what i i was saying on thursday. I didn't think him or todd. Gurley was gonna play kind of thinking that actually both of my play. Certainly julio jones looking better than girly at this point The question farrell is when you're talking about two point. Julio jones in a league championship game knowing his age knowing it's a soft tissue injury and knowing that he's been no stranger to the trainers table. How confident would you feel. Deploying him out as a number two receiver number three seaver knowing that there could be an endgame injury could aggravate it. We saw a couple of weeks ago where he could just could not get right. Could get back in the game is that is. His talent is his upside. Something worth the risk with everything on the line trying to win your twelve team league this week. It has to be especially against the new orleans saints defense a defense that statistically is better than i think they play for whatever that means matt ryan is one guy who certainly not the same without julio on the field and i don't think if if you drafted julio jones and what you had to spend for in your fantasy rosters probably not the same with without julio jones. There now forty five receptions and three touchdowns as what. He's giving it this year so if you're in a money championship game. He has been the guy driving. But i think he could be here This time i. He's a very tough player. I remember that gut check twenty five yard reception. He made when that You know when he was hurt was pulling a hamstring behind him. It would be very very difficult if i gradually leo jones and believed in him in august and september for me to bench him in week. Thirteen unless i've got a real comer As a as a wide receiver that is Maybe if i've got a jerry jeudy maybe something like that. My open. the door to put Jones on the bench. But you know. I would have a good team to begin with and so i. I'm thinking that. I would have a lot of around jones of jones still probably place for me in this championship. I'm trying to think i'm gonna leave. They own them in. It's probably like three or four and and you know looking at setting lineups this week. Feral to me and has it been much of a question. Mean he is in there and he is one o'clock game on sunday too so it's not only on the weight on him for a potential other player. You will know if he's or out if he is in. I m probably risking you know. And i don't know how big i mean it's probably not a fifty percent chance it's probably lower than that. I will risk in in game injury to get his upside in my lineup. As i try to bring home championships or or make myself You know set myself up for championships down the road with julio jones in their this week That's they feel in a similar way absolutely. Well let's see how our guest feels One more guy. Let's see how he feels. I wanna bring him in right now. He's been playing fantasy football for nearly four decades including competing in the first ever world championship of fantasy football main event the last couple years. He's actually wants several leagues in the f. Fcc as well as the football guys players championship so he decided to hop aboard and join the main event for the first time this year. And what are you. It's ben as he is in seventh place heading into the championship round. Please welcome in our guest for this evening. Chris tennyson press. Thanks so much for making some time for us on a friday. Welcome aboard man. Hey thank you. And eric and sarah nice to meet you guys. It's great to have you aboard. It's good to To be talking to somebody here and in early december with chance With a good chance to win a half million dollar grand prize is you march. Onwards is to try to bring that home. In in late december. I'll before we get into all the nuts and bolts of your draft and your team management and your strategy chris. I'm tell us what you're doing for a living. I'm a manufacturer's rep i Sales organization. And i handle electronics instrumentation and controls. It sounds exciting and it also sounds like it's knock your patient that allows you for a lot of free time to make sure that you're getting you're blind bids and you're getting your line upset and you're drafting a bunch of teams right. Yes there now. Why don't think that answer equals free time. I did talk. Chris are you. Are you working on a lot of free time. If there you know is that is that what it sounds like. Well you know. It's hard to visit your customers in today's Today's world but I do. I do work hard. And i i work out of my house i do have some time to check in here and there on the updated information and fantasy and around the league and and keep a little bit of track. Better than maybe the average joe. So i'm not gonna complain about that good for you. But you're certainly know average joe and i wanna talk baulky sent me Your drafting i wanna go through it. Because i have a tendency to be a little long winded. Wanna get started. You know we were kentucky fantasy football state championship here. In one of the reasons that your draft has what i called in our opening a kentucky esque feeling is that we require you to start three wide receiver. So it's not uncommon in our league to find someone who'd do exactly what you did davonte. Atoms tyreek hill. Adam dealin and juju smith schuster one through four. It's not but it is unusual in the ftc. and i'm wondering Initially what was your plan. Did you have that going in that you were gonna go wide receiver. Heavy was that your. Is that your motivation. Well i do have to Teams in In in the main event so and one in one of the teams. I went four straight backs. I guess maybe we haven't had time to check in on that other team yet but if you look it up i decided i'm gonna go in with two teams this year and i'm gonna go four straight running backs in one and i'm going to go four straight white and the other. Okay think so you flip the script on this you went you went wide receivers and then you went five straight running back so if we look at your other team is the same way for writing my kids and then a bunch of okay. So you're you're running back here. 'cause i i'm not privy to your other australian i'm gonna look it up and we get all moster montgomery lindsay and then in the eighth round what baulky called. Excessive draft capital thought back in august excessive draft capital in august. You go out and create magic with the eighth round. Pick of antonio gibson. Did you know what you were getting. There was hard pick to make. What did you did. You hit was on okay. Well after i took those a ride receivers in montgomery mall start and The other one. On there. I gr- i decided that it's time i get some. You know. potential. Some rookies in there. And i went in and tonio brown. It was damian here next on there. I don't have it now upright sir but those are the two rookies that i thought maybe one of those hit for me and i'd have him as a flex. In case of those white went down or those other three running backs that i drafted or in the hole. So that's kind of where i felt. I needed those guys for maybe. Give me a pop in that area. If they came through at least one of the two will you continue to do very very well. And you know commissioner of of this league and his longtime fcc player. I have told everyone i said. Look at your double digit rounds. Where you win thing. That's where you're gonna get your players really pay off for you and you gotta get some to make a difference. You went on in this draft for some strange regions drafted showing jackson. People still like him. I guess it's sort of school seventy vic. I don't know well. Yeah he looks good. Insurance always looks good. Yeah so you know josh allen. Where's your quarterback that you wait into the eleventh. And then you're tied in hebron this late in the f. Fcc and then the defense of pittsburgh another kentucky s thing because of our kinship rules different than the pc rules. They win in the thirteenth around. Obviously the first defense off the board the go defense at you know i use it a long time ago. I didn't but in the last few years. I kind of have. Because if i feel i've put together a team where i'm confident that i filled my holes and garden. No injuries. i. I feel that a defense important in in in the fcc Especially if you can get one like the steelers that that stand above like kelsey dozen the tight end category. So i felt you know why not. I take them now. You know took some chances on some rookies. You know. I went four straight wideouts. I've got some veteran back in there. I've got my quarterback that i feel is taking the next you know. Turn the corner. So i thought you know what it's time to grab that steelers defense and it's paid off so it didn't work against me and i know a lot of people will laugh at you and say well you took defense. And what did they get them in the thirteenth round. What's your What what's your position right now in the pc seven. Yeah well. i don't think there's a lotta guys left. And they're they're they're not just where this is where. I starting investigation though. Because because chris is bones so many holes into my double digit theory because the rest of this draft. Chris it made me think of when bella check Do when bell. Chicks dog was sitting behind his computer for the nfl draft. Highly publicized pick. That went all over so my first question do you. Because i'm trying to figure out what happened in thirteen three twenty three. So do you have a dean. Have no no you locate you so and then i thought well maybe he auto drafted it but you would have the astros and you did not see. I don't like it so this is what i figured out. You got your dirty dozen guys plus your pittsburgh defense And then for the next seven rounds you laid back because his balki says you've got a lot of time on your hands and you used to be way you laid back and you said guys. I can beat you with my thirteen. It really doesn't matter. Baulky in the in the nineteenth and the twentieth round. Chris took philip rivers and gardner. Minshew jus- just you know just for fun. I guess i'm trying to figure out. I really liked the way. Are you gonna come to las vegas and draft live next year. I plan on it. Especially if i win i you know i believe i went off cedar to so i'll just take one of those packages be on your table drafting against you. Because i know it's gonna be tough. I wanna watch what happens when you get that turkey thirteenth around. Because you know you're going to be flirting with the model that works the board and you're going to be making dinner reservations and and you're going to be checking with alex to get extra drink tickets. You know even great. Because i like being around you because you have a swagger says thirteen can beat you're twenty and you're proven that you did it. But how can congratulations. I that and if you you talked about my previous up. Ftc players championship ones. And i do have the defenses early. And i do feel once i've got that complete roster that i take the best pick in the next categories like the defense kicker usually don't have to go that early. 'cause you know diamond dozen defense is there's a few of them that stand out over the others so don't be afraid. Yeah i got i. I'm with you chris. I'm that for sure. Our current even just in the chat room both the importance of defense mckay f f f c and And he's saying well you know. I finally figured it out. I'm like we'll it took you like two years three years. Whatever it took me like a decade. Before i realize the importance of defense so much learner than i was. I'm chris getting back to the we. We haven't talked tight ends much In this draft specifically so you didn't take us tight then until round twelve. You were the last team to take tight on. And i think the the the second last team round eight or nine and that was the second blasting so you obviously really really waited on titan in this year. And i'm kinda curious given the fact that you would play it in the f. fcc before obviously owning a boatload of football guys teams. You have seen how the tight end get drafted in these type of format. What made you believe that that was the way to go with the tight. End position in this specific draft And second part of that were was it. Just you know the way the draft flow that it just made sense to wait on. How did you sort of. Assess that position as you're making these picks in the first half of that twenty rounder. Well there were tight ends. That i was interested in when it was coming. They might pick but either they were taken or felt the other player as a wide odor. Running back at the time was Was was worth you know swinging their way with so i did. I did have a few that. I was interested and again either got taken or i passed on them and then it got to the point where i thought well. I'm you know it's way past them. I'm just gonna get one. That's going to you know and i thought again. Well i'm gonna put it on a team where i figure you know. I think somebody's gonna get get some balls and there was hebron there and i thought you know i'll throw him on there and to go back to it. The fareless talking about for my last two picks in the draft their the nineteenth and twentieth this. I had kobe in the back of my head really nervous this year especially having two teams in the championship and doing that this year with you know who knows what the future is going to hold this year so i was trying to back up and triple some of my positions in the quarterback was one that i wanted to have three on my roster for so that was why grab two quarterbacks in the last two picks in the the draft there but again go back to your question i just you know i feel that it's just that's the way now unrolled so i just didn't have enough where i grabbed a tight and You know i'll take him now so it it was more the draft dictated it so early. Drafter of tight ends. I do believe them and they have pepsi. They're very important as you can see. There's so many teams in the top fifty. That have kelsey on it. Just because he's a he's a man playing a child's game and the and the tight end points category so it's interesting bring up the quarter the quarterback aspect. Chris because i was i was just. I just flashed on my phone. One of the private Dynasty leagues i'm in It was the waivers closed tonight. And i wanted to make sure i. I got a third quarterback on my thing as well could figure Exactly and i and as a result now had some blind bidding dollars left and obviously you can't take them with you. But i bought andy dalton for one hundred ninety dollars tonight just to cover my bases and make sure that covert will not affect my quarterback position for the remaining four weeks of the season. There it's good advice and and it's it's something that i think we should. Beware of One of the things that. I wish i was more aware of and i would have taken I should've taken. This advice was being on antonio gibson fair. We talked about this at the top of the show about incur. Even i've been talking to the chat. How i have no shares them this year. I really missed the boat on him. but kinda tougher matchup and we thirteen right man. Yeah you're going you've got a situation here where users You've got your defense against your explosive running back you're cresting running back and then tony gibson A little gift from antonio guessing. Although i do know he made your thanksgiving. Dinner tastes the best in years. I'm sure i if you're asking me about antonio gibson the about him coming up on the monday night game against the steelers. The steelers just lost their defensive end there and they've just played five days ago. Where now the you know. The washington football team has been resting for ten days. And i feel they're gonna give enough work to gibson where he's going to be a top ten twelve top twelve back in pr for all the work is gonna get and even if there's catch up time or garbage time at the end he's gonna get balls thrown out and he's going to opportunities so i i don't figure it's going to be that far of a drop off for gibson to tell you the truth. Yeah you make a good point you make some good points with gibson On that Chris for sure and when you consider that you know we're talking about deep. It's not like they're this impregnable fearsome foursome purple people eaters type of steel curtain defense. Because they gave up a pretty solid game. Gus edwards gave up a really really solid game to jk dobbins. I think he went over. One hundred hundred and thirteen yards total yards against the steelers defense. And it's not like gibson. Is you know so far. I mean he's way more talented than gus edwards. And you can make the case that he's just as talented as jk dobbins to so and when you look at how that offense flows in washington It's gonna flow through gibson and and obviously you mentioned the bud dupree injury. That's going to hurt him as well. So maybe not. As big of a drop off is a lot of people. would think Moving on to the nfc north division. We know irv. Smith is not going to be playing this week for the vikings then it will once again be the kyle rudolph show as they take on the jags at home How sneaky start is kyle rudolph. Nfl pc main event leagues Chris given the fact that this is and premium scoring and the dude had a really really good we. Well are you kind of laugh. I dropped him Last night and picked up. Andy dalton. Now now let me go back to let me go back to rudolph. I live next to a code. The lake minnetonka and he lives not too far from me. So i see him and his family. I don't talk to him. But i see him often. So he's kind of a homeboy to my neighborhood but this is the most targets he's had in that game in the last two and a half years you guys and he was filling in for ceiling and smith so when you gave me that question about how sneaky is now i feel irv smith and feeling her back and we're playing the jags and it's ball control. Cook and alexander I you know i it. It could be a one catch game for rudolph to tell you the truth you know. I'm a little concerned about k kind of thinking. He's kind of a sneaky picker even play if those guys are back in the mix here so she's games in a row from colorado office not an expected of minnesota. I agree with you so you know so so now you're going down. This path is championship. You're getting ready to advance two weeks. Fourteen through sixteen balk. He's talked about some of the changes he's made in your team you you you went ahead and draft route and it added another one of these quarterback selenium ask you something to talk to the outside of the quarterback position. Talk to me about how you're putting this roster together for the championship around because there's a lot of guys that are listening won't be there this year and we'd like to make the decisions that are gonna win it for them next year. Why have exhausted. All my money. And i did all make picks the last Transactions waiver wire that we can make up again. I i went with trying to back up all my position. So i'm going into the playoffs. Now three quarterbacks. I've got andy dalton. I've got josh allen and i've got David carr so i those three and then i thought i got pittsburgh you know and if the defense happens cold they have to miss a game. I can't afford to lose those points towards the championships. I picked up buffalo's defense so it had harrison buck drew my kick her and not hear some bucket in that one but suck up for tampa. He's he's on a by. So i picked up got custody in that league. So i have a backup kicker and i just feel that you know kobe. That's pretty scary. There there would be years. Where if i knew my tight ends. We're week or if. I knew they were games up ahead where i knew there was a guy out there in the waiver wire. That might have a better game. That week. Than what i have on my roster i would put him on my roster if i could instead of backing up my players as much as i did this year but i was really scared that kobe could. You know hurt my chances of know doing well in the in the championship three weeks. So you are like the curve through a twenty man roster buddy let me on your way. I'm love it. So now you know the The seven steve. And the f. Fcc main event as we head into league championship weekend here joining us on the show this week on the high stakes. Fantasy football our You know brian flores is is taking a cue from his former boss still electric and not revealing any kind of injury information unless he absolutely has to. And it's never more prevalent than it is at the quarterback position this week where we don't officially know if to talk by lower or ryan fitzpatrick will be under center for the dolphin I i'm just curious. Chris does does does whether he chooses sung by law or fitzpatrick change. What you're doing with guys like mike sticky or devante parker even decree juki grant or anybody like that or is it kind of like you know regardless you know what you're doing with your dolphins pass catchers no matter who's understand. Well then i you know depends on your roster and how thin you are and what you have to play this this this week so that is up to individual players and make that call on but i. I would not be comfortable in the playoffs. They're trying to go for points with Two in there. I feel Fitzpatrick Can easily do the job. You've seen what parker's numbers done on the last week. Over one hundred yards with them back in and before that struggling got stuck in there he finally got a touchdown again. I just feel they're in a position to make the playoffs. I know they need to feel through their roster and see you know they're they're players on the roster and figure out if they're the guys for next year and where they draft and what they should look out but i don't know that that point right now where they they. Should you know trying to make a run for it They're not that bad of a team. They're gonna get gaskin back like you guys talked about earlier. I feel i. i like most coaches. You want to save your job. Go with what's going to the best chance for your team to win and i think ryan fitzpatrick is guy. Yeah that's that's That's a good decision. The lineup decision. That had coach went to make based on injury in availability. I think he's leaning fit the whole way as i- fantasy manager. Tell me your toughest decision this week. Tell me because this is a good team got we were talking about. Julio jones earlier who who is your tough decision that you've got to make my toughest decision. I think would be is if i should put juju in there because my lineup goes josh allen Moster montgomery gibson adams hill feeling ebron co house-key and the Pittsburgh now i could put juju who i think can have a good game But who do. I take out. Do i take a running back like montgomery. Whose bland detroit. He's probably gonna have a good game. He's looks refreshed after a couple of weeks off of his concussion. Most looks like he's back in as the lead role. I think he's going to have a good game on monday night. gibson again. I just couldn't sit them where you're out of your head and I just feel that jews. A guy kind of tough to have on the bench. But that's a good problem to have. This point of the years is guys on the bench that you're scratching their head about that you might want on your roster that at least you got those options so baulky always says he can think long you think wrong in our guests said play your studs and juju schuster would be a stud but you. You've grown your own studs at the runningback positions replied thirty nine. I think you're doing a great job. And that's exactly. That's exactly how i would handle it. Bulky talked about the washington defense being better than most people thought. People were amazed when you tell washington redskins at the number one past defensively. Maybe it does have to with some of the guys that played some of the teams they played but You know on the schedule. They're the number one team. Best defensively so. I think you're making faces. Yeah yeah no for sure. I'm with you on that one No doubt i'm chris. We do have a couple of emails from you. And but i do before it gets zemo. I do wanna lead things off with a question from the chat room. Hudson current wants to know if both deebo samuel and brandon high. You are startled this week. always appreciate the input from From current in the chat room and It's interesting because this is the second half of the monday night doubleheader that we will see on On december seventh washington at at pittsburgh in the in the afternoon affair but then buffalo visit san francisco and that buffalo defense. We'll be facing Both and deebo samuel obviously would assume that you're davis white would probably be on samuel opening things up for you And after samuel performance last week we know nick bones loves them loves the target them so maybe he started well as well. What are your feelings on both. I you can sanyal this week chris. Oh again. I think in positions where they need to execute and be out there on the field and be used in that offense. I think that's going to be a very competitive game or both teams are going to go up and down the field like you said why it's going to be on deebo but they'll move him around so much that it'll be hard for white to be man on man on him all those plays and he'll get his share and i you you you know. He's a great up and coming guy and you know they leave him wandering the field you know he's gonna get his share too. You know. it's it's too bad. Kittle is out there because you know that opens it up for everybody. most starts. It's gonna get his get his catches mckinnon's gonna get peppered in every once in a while. And i hear coleman be back but i you know i. I wouldn't be hesitant to start those guys. I'd feel confident about it. I think it's going to be a shootout. You know buffalo's gonna score enough points for you know. I know that the forty niners are going to have to throw the ball. I don't think they're gonna dominate the whole game. They're running team and buffalo is going to be buying so i feel that it could become a shootout. Those guys will benefit. now again. This all is roster you know if you have somebody else on your roster that might be a better bitter guy over either depot or you. You gotta go with them. It's just you gotta take what what it shows the better match up. But i wouldn't feel bad. Start either one of those guys off fair. I know i feel really good about deebo samuel. This week i feel all right about you is as my last flax You know as a potential guy could take advantage of white maybe swallowing up some samuel touches How do you feel about both those niners. Receivers from Catching balls. Nick mullins again. This week you have to buffalo thank you. You've got right to. At the only thing i could add. Is that Mullins is Mullins is getting better and He excels and the quick game he throws the ball with touch and he sees the middle of the field better than he sees anything. I think that's what bills players will exploit and Yeah he's got checked down targets so yes. I believe that You know you hit the check down. You hit the middle of the field. Depot samuel owns that area along with the tight end it's it's a good game for the forty niners out and i'll say that i expect the forty niners to win that game and they'll go they'll do it with production. We're going to go south here. Chris to jack in marietta georgia his email. He right take chris. How much of a workload decrease if any will beat up. Dalvin cook face this weekend. Nice work in the main event. That is jack in marietta georgia. Thank you for the email jack chris. We know that dalvin cook has been healthier. But it's not anything that's probably gonna keep him out of the game. You think the vikings are gonna work in a little more alexander madison than they have in previous weeks first of all. Thanks for the question jack. I ice sheet is game script. You know of course. Vikings in try to control the clock and run the ball. And if they get up a couple of touchdowns and jack and the jags kinda lag behind you know. I can see him getting arrested quite a bit. I could even see boone. Our third running back in. They're getting a few players. I i I know this is a must win for the viking. So if cook cook feels he needs to be out there he will be out there and coach leaving someone up to him to the fact that he is a little banged up so he probably will ask me a few times you know. Are you doing right everything. But i do feel that if the vikes do get up and and they're controlling that game and james robinson and you know the jags aren't going up and down the field and making it competitive that you could see a lot of madison in boone pepper in there at the end especially the second half. So you're going to rest cook absolutely. Not he's you're first round pick and he got you where he got you so i still would start them with communist but i expect i would expect him to trail off towards the later part of the game. Yeah i think. I'm kind of with you on that. There's no way you convention Assuming he's active which i think he will be But you know you take the good with the bad and and this may not be a bad week for dalvin cook but you may have to. You may not be surprised if your expectations are not met. And that sorta treating them this week. Final email we have from jim. In mountain view wyoming. We don't get a whole lot of emails from wyoming. So jim wants to know what's up chris. How concerned should i be about. Kareem hunt downward production. Now that nick chubb is back. Is he a bench candidate. That is jim in mountain view wyoming Obviously we've seen the return for nick chubb off injured reserve for the browns. He's been crushing. It kareem hunt. Ooh not so much. penn series sixty two yards. Last week. i don't even think you gotta catch quite frankly so his production has been down. Is this what we're going to To be seeing the rest of the season. Chris or or do you kareem hunt mixes in some pretty good games in here as a maybe a top twenty Running back the rest of the way. Yeah well thanks again. Jim for the call but i i i. I really think game script is going to happen here like this weekend. Cleveland tennessee and i feel this is going to be a shootout and a competitive game. And they're not gonna be able to. Just run henry on one side and on the other. He's these teams are going to have to throw the ball. And if they do hunts going to get his catches and this is going to be a game where. I wouldn't have a problem starting now the last couple of weeks. When since chubb scott back they've controlled the game on the running game and they played a couple of teams. That are pretty powder puff against the run especially the jags last week. So hunt scott his rest and he was pretty banged up right at the end when trump came back so i could see some of this being some rest for him since he put on all that workload since trump spin out so there could be some of that coach sam. We're going to rescue a little bit. And like i said they played a couple teams. That weren't so hot the last couple of weeks now this week i could see him in a shootout but again this game script again and maybe next week then if i don't know they play. I haven't looked ahead but they could play another team. You know chub controls the ball and the clock for twenty five thirty carries. So i wouldn't have a problem starting haunt i have him on other teams and i. I'm not gonna sit him. But i just hope that it's a game. That's competitive and he gets in there and catches his five six balls and ten carries and helps helps them carry the cleveland. Do a victory that way. So kareem bush really been competitive. Just wonder girl real quick before we get to this last question Kareem hunt schedule. Going forward we know. He faces the titans this week. He gets the ravens at home on monday night. Football in week fourteen He gets the giants on the road in week. Fifteen and then you guessed it the new york jets. He goes back to back new york. Close out the fantasy season. So that might be Pretty good action here in week. Fifty weeks sixteen or maybe not week. Fifteen i mean. The giants defense is a little underrated as well being that as it may. I am fresh out of emails and can't wait to hear ferrell's final question hose always the final question bulky that separates where the proverbial rubber hits the road. Chris you know you you down at immaculate job with breaking these fantasy football questions down i really really got a good look at how you think about these things. And it's it's impressive. Now were you gotta step up now because this is what everybody were remember. Everybody will forget that because everyone wants to know the answer to these questions will be the bust. And who will be the sleeper looking for ordinary bus and ordinary sleepers. Taking one sleeper. Off the board for you. You can't have devante booker. He starting running back. Missed the jets. Everybody he's he's off the board sir. You had to put a line through his name. Everybody knows that. So what are we want to start with. I'll let you decide which one you wanna come with. I but i need a bust in the sleeper. And i'm hoping your bus is nowhere near my lineups. Let's okay well. You know i just said i picked up and eats alton but i'm not starting them in my championship Main event league or josh allen. But i feel that anton and i could throw the rest of the dallas cowboys on. There are are going to be a bust this week. I think the ravens are mad. They're at home. They got some bad calls. Steelers land on them. I think they're going to take it out on those guys. And you know how that offensive line struggling. And i think dalton doesn't have that one or two second pass released like Rothlisburger does so. I think andy dalton would be true bus now. I laugh because the bounty booker was the guy. I wrote down on tuesday when i was a guy i like. And it's not you know. Some of these guys aren't sleeper. There's there are no brainers. But i really like chris carson coming back with hide. Maybe not playing this week. And what is the dallas still banged up and and even tomer. Whatever he's i think chris carson this week might be a a great. You know top aide back in back on his feet and and helping the seattle. Close the door on the giants here during that game late in the second half so i would give you an opportunity to embrace a bust that will leave a legendary answer if you get right so you say the dallas cowboys. You bench ezekiel elliott. This week over. who's starting. nfl running back. Who's going to get say. Starting running backs are going to get fifteen catches or fifteen carries and a couple of cats squidgy inch ziegler. I'm gonna say absolutely. Not because i'm a guy that if i benched first round pick and he scored three touchdowns or if i lost to the fact that i thought i'm going to be the smartest coach when it comes to fence my best number one player against the ravens. I couldn't do it because those are the ones that are to sleep on. Because you're the one then who blew it for yourself and those are the those are the hard losses to take in fantasy or the ones that you tried to over coach yourself on so i would absolutely start zeki. Oh yeah and and again. I keep my expectations laura. I'm don a little bit because it is against the ravens and look at. You know the they're they they keep benny snell. Even you know he didn't have the best game he had hit. Okay game but no. Yeah i would absolutely say again you just how could you you know. Hold your super bowl go. I rested my best player on my team. That all right if you're answering legendary question that's gotta be the i used to because there is no other way to get yourself around that one because if you if you lost how would you say you know i thought you know i i. I thought maybe i'd throw in. You know yeah alexander madison. Once you put don't go freak out there. Yeah exactly the job. thanks guys. Chris kenniston the seventh place team and the f. Fcc main event joining us this week on the high stakes fantasy football hour kristie. I know you've had a lotta success in the f. fcc satellites as well as the football guys players championship. Congratulations seventh place in the regular season. heading into the championship round. The world is your oyster. Sky is your limit. Good luck the rest of the way certainly awesome to see and hopefully You know if you ended up taking on that hefner dollars. We're probably going to have to have you back on this show. Tell us how you did it. Pay no problem. I love to talk. Radio guys. And i look forward to next year meeting in person at that. Uh the draft very good. We'll be drinking joy circes around him. Okay we'll be trained. Thanks stress because we'll talk to you soon. All right take care happy holidays. Happy holidays to you as well. My friend chris kennison these seven team and the f. fcc main event dropping by this week awesome to see a great debut in In the main event for him this year given his success in in the f. fcc and quite frankly if you looked at what he was able to do his previous years and the f. fcc football players championship. i still say seventh-place overall pretty surprising. But not all that shocking given how he's been able to manage its teams. I'm fair we got. I would say like five or six Minutes left in the show. I want to pound out as many as these emails as we can. And i'm gonna lead things okay with mark in rapid city. South dakota He writes thought i had. It made it tight end after my draft. But last i didn't would you play. Zach ertz right now over jordan. Read this weekend. I lost kittle. Thanks guys mark in rapid city. South dakota actually email mark. So he's got a choice here. The kittle replacement and jordan reed or zach ertz. Who is coming back against. The green bay packers this week but taking a backseat. More than likely to dallas goddard fair. Which one would you go with. You can only play one in week. Thirteen secondary tied in on a team. That is struggling in many ways. We can talk more about the quarterback maybe later but arts of urged cannot help a fantasy team this week jordan re definitely can jorgen read probably gets increased target value. This week What we said earlier about the middle of the field. Yes go with. Jordan reed and nick mullins will excel in this kind of game Against buffalo's defense this is. This is what you wanna do jordan. Reed no seconds. Yeah and you know. Think about it too is san francisco might have to pass more than they'd like to Trying to keep up with josh allen and what he's been able to do with stefan digs and and cold beasley and Dawson knox who who got in the end zone last week too. So maybe more of a shootout than we're thinking on monday night football between the bills and the niners tom in sallisaw oklahoma he writes took walkies advice and waited on quarterback. But now i'm paying the price you and me both philip rivers or carson wentz for my football guys league title. Tom thank you for the email. Thanks for listening to me. And i apologize for leading you astray but rivers and it's wentz this week that he's gotta make the decision we already know of wentz's visiting lambeau field taking on the packers. philip rivers fairly is actually going to be on the road as well but he gets houston A really houston texans team. Which quarterback is the one for you this week If you're gonna tell them what to do everyone that's been listening to. This show knows that. I detest the idea plane. Philip rivers five starts with less than fifteen fantasy points this year Twenty five points vs green bay. That's more like the game. He's going to have Against houston in the in the owner of the houston. Texans mr t. y. Hilton and rivers now seem to be on the same page. so that's that's your start carson wentz. If you can get to the waiver wire you need to release this player and find you. Somebody that can help without his five rushing tick. Tv's on the year. This would be even worse. This player as terrible mechanics offense of line. That cannot block for him. He tried to set up a screen. Pass in this last game against seattle. He couldn't even set the screen before you guys sect. You rarely see quarterbacks Getting sacked on a screen pass and number sixty eight on this offense the blind bulky jordan. Middle oda lada Rugby player out of australia. His previous football experience with the south cindy rabbitohs Which is an aussie rabbit. Six eight three forty six. All he can do back. There is going give wins Band and help him get off the of the carpet after he spent sack you not want to be in business with carson wentz. You know what's funny. Is i just read this today. I think the eagles are like a. I think it was eleventh in the league. In pass protection past block protection so a lot of wentz's inviting him himself. You know and i also heard this on I was listening to local sports talk. Radio here in northeast wisconsin and they were talking about once in he is leading the nfl in sacks or sex taken of the season. we're thirteen. He's been forty six times. The next closest russell wilson with thirty five. That's insane. He's also leading the league for quarterbacks in fumbles loss and interceptions thrown. That is the leader in. This year's triple not crown triple frowned carson. Wentz i for twenty twenty and browning those those boys at the packers bulky and had a difficult time Getting sacks and make their defense Be outstanding guys like being lowry Chair vander kevin kink. These guys are dying for the eagles to get into place. But you know. I've been hearing a lot and and take us for what it's worth and it doesn't really help us because we don't really we don't talk about. I'd epa whole lot on the show but a lot of people up here in d lower is going to have a break out game against the eagles on sunday. Take it for what it's worth. I don't know i. I don't see if maybe it could happen. I know that. But like you said the the packers defenders very excited to face carson wentz this week. Let's go to dan in columbia maryland dear deuce and enter it. I was thinking. I drafted league winner in the third round of jonathan taylor but now in considering benching him for latavius murray this week how nuts am i appreciate you. That as dan in columbia maryland. Predate you as well you know fairly at the start of the year this would be a slam dunk. If alvin kamera's healthy there's no way you're playing latavius murray. But the way that he's been worked into the into the rotation here with since taking over he. He looks viable and jonathan. Taylor is coming back into a situation. Where after the. Kobe lists where he was on last week. Jordan wilkins is healthy. And the him hines us healthy. Which way are you leaning between these. Two guys as. I'm assuming affleck's this week for dan columbia maryland. Jonathan taylor is has been sitting here watching me watched Watch times and and wilkins both go under thirty yards now. The previous last week previous games Versus the bengals thirtieth against the rush Taylor rushed for sixty yards. He got they're playing better now. They're nineteenth overall but he torched the vikings that was his hundred yard plus game Houston texans thirty first rushing defense. Put jonathan taylor in the lineup and expect the coach to do the right thing is they push to have a true number one running back To go through the nfl playoffs. Johnson taylor has a big game or award. You nicely for your patience. Let's s murray is game script situation And and who knows That was a that was an unusual game that they had against denver unplayed under unusual circumstances. Now it's completely different with the divisional rival. That's gonna come to play. I think the saints look more like the saints. We talked about how tyson hill would win the game with his feet Last week and he certainly did this week. tastes meal shows. The what he did from his first start that he'll be able to throw the ball downfield. A full makes players things looking like they're supposed to look like the new orleans saints and that means that come on the field. Jonathan toews you pick it. Yeah i think taylor remember the last game. He had Before he hit the covert list was against the green bay packers and he did have his best game as a pro against the packers could have been even better he touched at least one touchdown called back. I know he had a couple of players called back because penalty Penalties in that game as well. So taylor could be becoming that league winner here. I'm with fair. I think you gotta play. 'em latavius murray. This week final email we have. It's for ben and corona california. Hey pharrell hey bulky. Now that kendall hinton is running things your denver. Would you put judy in over christian hurt this week. Ben thank you for the email fairly. I know you touched on jerry jeudy earlier in the show we have drew. Lock throwing to him This week it looks like both those players are going to be out on the field this weekend. Is that enough for you to play judy. Kirk and bear in mind to cuyler. Murray the not throw the ball downfield as much as he has In week twelve dealing with that shoulder injury not sure if that's going to continue to hamper them in week thirteen but certainly something. You have to keep in mind as you make this decision here. This is an easy one. Just sit kirk aside and look at what. Judy is an explosive player in a chaser game. someone to step up for denver and and try to keep pace with kansas city chiefs in. Judy is the only player size. Tim patrick but really the only player that fits. The bid fits the bill to do that for the broncos and he's been a target monster forty targets over last four games. Wait nine at atlanta's seven catches one hundred twenty five yards. You had plus yardage of Close to seventy against the raiders. The he is a developing player. And he's going to have a big game another denver loss that they're gonna do some respectable things offensively and a lot of us going to go through judy. I don't i think With arizona. I think the coordinators have figured it out. You know they. They had the hail mary to beat the bills. They lost the dolphins the seahawks and the patriots S their their scoresheet and less four games. And you know. I don't think that Kirk is is going to be able to penetrate this rams defense. He won't get your name and ramsey but he will have enough. Pass rush On this young quarterback that murray will escape the ideas of passing and try to beat the rams with his feet. he won't be successful This is a game that is made for fantasy For jerry jeudy as real real great game for a fantasy script for the denver wider. See your the fantasy script for this show is listening to farrell elliott and enjoy winning your fantasy matchup and certainly feral. I appreciate all the insight that you bring in onto the show every week. Best of luck in all of your leagues here in week thirteen. I hope the ball bounces way. And i'm glad to hear you had a good thanksgiving. I can't wait to talk to you again when we do this all again next week. My friend thank you. Thank you so much. that's farrell elliott. Remember follow him on twitter at chase elliott checkup kentucky fantasy football state championship at kfc dot com. And of course. Follow him on twitter at k f f s c. Ladies and gentlemen. I would love to keep doing the show. But we are past their hour. This is the high stakes fantasy football or not the high stakes fantasy football sixty five minutes. So we gotta get outta here. I do wanna thank kennison seventh-place team in the fcc main event for joining us tonight. Barrel elliott the f. Fcc rob bryce and of course each and every one of you remember check out the high stakes wrote on this week. Rob vieira on a great long long form podcasts. That we have On that On that particular channel this week wrote of his dot com slash. Podcast a lot of good stuff from rob vieira Make sure you're listening to that before you submit your week. 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Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast

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#174 Coming 2 TransAmerica

"Hey what's up. This is your girl diamond styles. And i am the master chef cooking up something succulent and issue boys here. We are serving hot. Talk and cool. I see his set the tone and make sure the mood is writing. Come on in and get comfortable chair. Have the see you can even take issues are way. Not if you're welcome. China thrown to be you know more turning round it thought from the threat. A aw plo join. The conversation has tagged marshes played. I'll instagram facebook and twitter. We want to hear what you guys have to say. You could also help us. Bill community by becoming a patron on a patriot dot com slash. Mars played by contributing to this podcast. You help us. Continue our power for work to change culture one episode at a time so let's get started maybe the straits away or not. The strength is the super strikes. The superstars are not okay. Guys looper strikes donald k. They are mad aged. Not wanna have sex with gay me with that. Have mutilated their penis and and turned it into a busy as a woman. What is it being as long enlarging as a woman. These wounds they just want you to know that they're not into the translates or they are super strain. This like special. This is like Like a assists hadman superpower to be super straight over nothing. Lbj t- As you now so to be known for straight to them you hang you. If you're a straight you can't. You can't miss less end. Because i bet would that way i would be like a bisexual threesome and data. That's super starting to me like you ain't into none of to me super. That's what that means in exceeds regular straight right. I so you can have no dumble badge finish training rubbing against each other and no orgies homeboy in the room. You know how because if you are double penetrating got on inside is rubbing each other together like you know that little line between the regina and the rudy how like all right there wall honey. Y'all real ya. Dicks is real close. No no sometimes. They'd be in the same home with came. Be in the same house of the this is rubbing on the wall of and they real super straight. That's how that each other's dicks. Y'all last of i don't own now like i. I want to know what the rules and parameters of the superstars but anyway if you don't know what super straight is it's just you know this this hit me and really in their feelings about trans people and you know this is. This is a response to trans people. San that if you don't day trans people that you are transphobic. Now yano said in the past. I have a problem with that. I don't think that that's necessarily. I think it's necessarily true. I just don't aguirre. But i'm like i don't give a fuck like i really. I don't if do says he's not into me. Because i'm trans coup like i don't care like i don't want to that level i just really don't care you're not into me cool. I'm not. I'm not gonna i'm not gonna spend much time labeling. You is saying thing if somebody is some white guy. Says i'm not into ub. I'm not into black girls to me. i don't i don't care and maybe it's because i'm not in the white boys or i don't know i don't really care i just i don't give a fuck what i don't want like. I told y'all before. I i feel like people have the right to be. Discriminating in their bedrooms can be rooted in whatever it can be rooted in racism it can be rooted in transphobia be rooted in home of whatever the reason whatever the reason you are discriminating your bedroom i feel like that that is okay because that is your bedroom that is where you have the the dictatorship you have the full rang. You have the consent to give to anybody to come in so if you say no. I'm not into that. No that's what it is. I don't really care force. You have sex with them like or or considered like meet you answering your acne bits. That's fine because the apple app There was his. Why did feel it. Worst rants mobilink. Could i feel like this. Let me tell you. I thought this way because i ask changed so much as i've gotten older as we all do as the involved so i used to feel like I feel like he was. He was an attractive Dan he definitely be transport. Because how you gonna say dan you. You're attracting to me. And i'm a woman i have read. I have all these other things. That sean you physically woman. Then that's that's transphobic because you have to be attracted to me. Because i'm a woman regardless so you saying that that you're not your preferences not line as transphobic. I mean i don't think i'm not gonna solve of it. But i felt like but i don't know what they need feel like. I don't know what makes me feel like that was something that needed to be changed. But then when i think about it i think had a lot of digital had a lot to do with the inner transphobia that i had does it matter though. Does it matter that somebody the reason why they don't like you is transphobia sexually. So yes i get it. I don't want your transphobia to drink over into whether or not i give my human rights whether or not. I can work whether or not. I don't want your transphobia to trickle over and affect my life but i don't really care if the whatever reason you don't want me in your bedroom whatever reason you don't wanna be with me romantically. I really don't really care about the cause of that. I don't really care if transphobia if it's not transphobia just don't i just don't prefer penises. If you still have a penis i just don't i don't want to be involved sexually with a penis is naturally it's phobia or it could be transformed me. Whatever it is. I don't want me in your bedroom. I don't care. I don't care what the truth is. It doesn't matter to me. If i if i don't if i can't be in that space for whatever reason your bedroom when it comes to romance and sex i don't care you don't like older fat girls whatever it is if you say oh i just don't like bigger women can be rooted in fat phobia. Probably okay cue doesn't matter i don't care what is rooted in. I'm out i don't. I'm naturally in a place where i'm not wanted us like when i hear people say when i hear people say that fold that somebody's transphobia because of that it just feels like okay who cares. I don't care because it feels like it's coming from a place from people getting rejected. It feels like i'm being rejected. Now get it. We want to find love. We want to be in relationship. But i wanna be in a relationship with somebody. That's into me into into what i got going on. So if you tell me explicitly that you're not into me. Then i'm not gonna i'm gonna let go i'm gonna move onto somebody who's entering me feels annoying any gives them fodder to attack us. It gives this super straits father to feel like they're victims to feel like they are like we're trying to like because if you see the conversations that they're having around the super straight shit is almost like we are predators like we're like they feel like we're forcing them to have to be entranced people so not be considered transphobic. I'm not to nobody to be to me realized that that was there was so many people that didn't mind that i was trans versus. I was like whatever it is what it is going to be some people who don't find you attractive. I just like we were saying saying awhile ago. Like they're just different of various reasons. Why people may not prefer you in. It is what it is like wrong just because it's may night search to the next person will buy wednesday. Why does it. Matter of what someone's preferences The familiar dome doozy. Our the it'll be interesting to hear sis. Men are attracted opening name. Transfer me with spoke of. Is somebody cotton himself soup restraint. Because like i'm part of me gets the trans people that are pushing that you straight if you date a. You're so straight if you claim to be sri and you needed transportation I think there's kind of like a counter to first make sure as we seen as generally clean. We are in on top of making the means. He'll safer in a way of making them feel more comfortable or the women more comfortable orlandi known or whatever. But that's the way it'd be getting weird for me. Qassam transpeople down greeley like mike As far ends pushing people nells boxes of is just them straight. Because there's a new one not the most people's sexuality when they have claimed be straight and dealt with me or or just. I just know that there's a difference between me insys mania in. That's why i'm a transfer student. 'cause there's a difference i don't know just me embracing that difference is why i can't get on that bandwagon understand it though. I'm not going you know. should i just shine. It'll be stupid. They i'll ever think as You know for people fighting for trans people to be recognized. Because i'm a trans woman. And i want my titles and labels and blah blah blah blah blah respected okay. I want them respect it. So i'm going to respect somebody else's titles labels but i also have my own opinions a i also have my own opinions about things so my opinion this is not. My opinion is not going to affect how i respect. Somebody's labels my opinion is if you are doing anything outside of sis. Hetero normative sex relate regular Coupling i think relationships is clear. That's my opinion so if you are if you are a man who dates trans women. I personally in my brain. Although i'm going to respect your label if you wanna be called straight if you wanna be called whatever you wanna be called. I am going to call you that. But in my mouth in the in the crevices of this brain. I'm going to associate your relationship with a queer relationship. Not guy but queer anything outside of that if anything outside of that sis hetero normative box and you're playing in waters over into the lgbt. Where our ever you plan. Would it kinda plan when it doing. Poly-amorous open relationship stuff open. Sexual stuff do freaky stuff. Whatever you do in outside of that box. I think it's queer sex i think is relationship even labels even if you get paid to me even if you get paid joins whatever you're doing that's outside of that box to me in my mind i'm gonna associated with we're relationship queer sex whatever you do whether you're the top the bottom the middle the side on your back on the front wherever you add in this house agree out ryab care if you doing some monks our wait wait how you weigh house out the box if you stop to me. I'm going to respect everything got going on you and respect your label but in this brain right here. When i'm thinking about joe situation you are in a queer situation because the definition to me of queer is something outside of the box. Something outside of that sis normative box me i agree to and so so you know the and that's just me if you tell me you and you want me call you straight. I'm a call you straight. If the person you dating you assist in demand or sister to woman you're dating the transfers and the person you dated and all. The labels is whatever i wanted to be. I am going to respect those labels but a in my brain. I'm going to associate you with a queer relationship not a gay. I was very very specific. Gay to me means sane and so if you're jude mess do and both label each other's and identify his dudes. I consider that guy. If you're a girl another girl and gabow label each other girls. I consider that game if you are transforming and your with another trans woman. She gay to me. What i f. Whatever is to them's in this fabulous. And i am efforts and is based on what they label are for me. Or or if it's like a sys man and a system and they just call by the don't know how number store in saying is the above them to me as gay them to them. If how my brain works is insane. That's what it is to me. And so but it's based on their particular neighbors. Oku back. How i feel about him after like whoever i would date you queer relationship but could amateur. This is how i see it. And i'm comfortable with that laying. Yes i think as it makes the biggest difference to me in my mind. You ask ed okay with with who you are like if you're in. Denial of who you are as queer person or just in general when you travel fifties. No one's that really. You can't fit into because you're outside the box. I mean it's that i don't want to sound shady. Buddies is like the truth and what it feels like. I think to other people not me feels like we might be saying that. You're not what you say you are but no we're not saying that you're not a woman assist parsing and so it's okay you in that sits at a normative box and it's okay it's okay and it's alright for them to have their preferences. It's alright. I don't care of any kind of preferences i don't care but also i feel like you. Kinda gotta be honest about it if the and this is. This is a another thing to me. So you can claim that they're transphobic who. I'm not tripping like i can see how you could say that because if this person on uc finance cheek and she looked like whatever your type is if you're type is lupita and yongle and she walking down the street and she looked like pizza you find a chicken look like with your type is berry and she walked down the street and this chick walking looking like holly berry all of those your title ix and she looks like a type and then when you talk to her she tells you she translated like So the only reason why. She's natural type issues strands. Then it makes us somebody assuming that you're probably transphobic. It makes sense that the trains her being trans is the only reason why you don't like her. Then it makes sense to me now. I diamond styles. I am not gonna call you transphobic but it makes sense for another trans person to come to the conclusion that you are transphobic. If that's the only reason why you're not attracted to this person. I get it totally. Get it i'm not gonna call you transphobic. I'm not gonna call you that. i don't. i don't care to even examine why i was telling. My friend is just like if if i if you only light skinned girls you only dark skinned girls and your some type of colors. Baby i get it. I get something i'm not gonna call you. I don't care is not believe of color. Stop dr skiing girls from getting jobs. That's what i care about. Yeah that's what i care about is your you don't like black you date black dudes are you must be racist. I really don't give but you stop you warning. Police brutality to stop killing black man is whatever. Your racism level is stopping you from doing. What's right in regards to justice in a way that affects people live. That's when i care about your prejudices. That's when i care about your discrimination. Not ingore bedroom. I don't i do not care about you being discriminating in your bedroom. That's where that where it doesn't matter to me because that's your bedroom. You get to be as discriminating as you want down to the hair follicle however you want. Whoever you don't want in your bedroom you get to be that. Discriminating not on the outside world now is realistic. Is unrealistic for me to assume that those prejudices don't trickle out in other areas yes. I'm realistic to assume that it might. If you transphobic about who you date. You probably transphobic in other areas of your life too. I get it. But i only want control that shit. I don't wanna control or police or discuss your bedroom discriminations. I want to police in control your discrimination that affects other people's lives john. God i want to thank all of our new patrons week. Thank you thank you. So not only. Are you helping to sustain this particular. Podcast you know. I also donate to other podcasts out. Donate to other organizations. I have my finger on the post of the community and i know a lot of grassroots organizations. That are doing great workout here. So you're not only helping to sustain asks you're helping to sustain people in community because i put my money where my mouth is. You know. That's kinda of i amp community is so thank you. I really really appreciate you and if you have not become a patron what have you not you donate as low as a dollar a month. It doesn't matter anything helps please do have to play sarah mclaughlin and show you puppies. What do i have to resort to. What the why people do give money. Rit anyway thank you are and the patriots and pay. Lincoln said about him back to show air. Combat units warnings my topic because basically it was a gay man that tried to coordinate. Rv resorting in basically is like for jays sissmann to you know come hook up. I guess in and is like a native thing he says specifically trans man wasn't allowed in. He's it was in a facebook post. Say campbell more hangars. Private membership only r. v. Park our campground campground that allows only guys guy in terms of discussion is defined as a person with a pain. His who presents himself as male has state issue high of either soon as mill in we understand unfortunately might not make everybody happy but after needs to be clarified. It is our hope that everyone visit luring enjoys a comfortable saves non-confrontational environment going forward. So yeah and they. China is is being a private membership. Only to be able to build like-minded atmosphere. So yeah criticizing it. He was like no. We're not going to 'cause that's what i thought was like. Are you going to just like check people genitals after the war to make sure if even if the id's change in baseball says the same thing has ridiculous. We went through that you be able to tell through when we go to the pool in their swim trunks on the lever response a new game in then put out his name. Brian quinn ms brian in oslo immediately. I know this is widening anyway. Really now give us second of all wanna had yes space in all that. that's fine. i don't wanna come near. Like i have a whole world to pool of rome if i was regal so if i was seeking to date somebody interview somebody that has access them. H wanna go. You hit rb talk girl. It's not gonna be warned booths anyway. I nobody would have to know rby had me until they started like after the same way about this. Rv card the way. Dr phil the you know you. Choosing we wind obey their own but like besides like the definition of them described. What a man was. That's what had me they had me like Accu graphic audit we. You know not that either. No no no way. What if you would even on that. I think is see. That's this is where it gets kind of which he so i get in your own personal bed roll. I get you making your rules. But you're creating this group you. You may not be into trans men but some other patron in that go on to. This party might be inter- transmitted. Why don't you let them decide. Like why do you have to be when you're creating this space. Why do you have to be exclusive from the gate just because you're not into trans man and you don't consider them a guy whoever's brian quinn. Is it brand quinn clan. Just because you don't date transmission just because you don't consider them a guy that doesn't mean and we know for sure that the twins i haven't treated me and transmit i haven't bushwick we door. I know plenty and so it just because you don't that don't mean the rest of your patrons are not into them. Why would you make it exclusive from the gate you saying like why would you not include them from the beginning in my mind. I feel like you should say transmit are welcome but be prepared to some of us you know we want this to be safe place but be prepared that somebody might not be into what you've going on you're talking about preferences you know any then you have to make a. It's the same thing when they be saying no fats. No fans or the bath owns was. The thing is called the bathroom bath thing. He's the The houses yeah. They say they can't go to the ground and going away. Most transfer don't want to go in there shit anyway but i don't know they might like gay men. I know trans limited like so. I don't know my yes all of that. So my thing is if let people decide that to me. That's what it is. Let people decide. Don't you don't decide. Let them now. Now this is another thing. This is their own private party. This is their own private event. So that's also a thing like i'd be like But i had the same fucking conversation when we talk about transit's -clusive sister into women's races. I don't know. I don't have an issue with excluding people from private places. I don't like if i run a party and i don't want certain motherfuckers there. You don't want money you don't want this folks there to just be like a train. Six party like this. If people be doing a only by only ciswomen of invited to this party logical we do with black folks to do it for black events. This this is a conversation for black people. Why people you can. Just listen or don't come at this. You're saying we we need to have exclusive space is i just feel like sometimes it needs to have exclusive places. Now people always bring up is just different when it's different late Different positions our. So i if it was by people as there all no. This is only vice bay. Of course we will be like. I i get people talking about it and in different spaces of power. Get it i get it. I just don't know. I just wouldn't come like if it's okay. So say a white groups coke lan say they have a white groups. And we're this white therapy group for white people not at out of that and we got a battle to get these white people to not have this exclusive. Are you go to that white therapy group if they say okay. It's open to everybody. I gotta go there after. I go now long or i probably would shame. What if you look like a sickening like like the stickney group where you can learn how like different things in grow like your businesses and your income or something that you really would or something that you really wanted to invest in life. That really really help you get there algebra article. I'm there for me not like opened up. The door is hard to make it white only at fires. Would you wanna be there if if if he benefited me in a now listening because offer said sometimes you gotta do things that you don't wanna do that you where you wanna be okay. So our probably have to do something. I really wanna to do our went. I wanted to try to set me off a failure. You gail trying to set you up for failure home. We on a lot of things out there topic. There was a camp called camp resort. Saga talk. they don't have any idea requirements. they said you don't have. Id requirements we. Open ourselves to man in limon. Both cysts insurance transmitting are men. Trans women are women in alley in a even. Have a translate in june of this year. So if you address You want to feel welcome on to camp outdoors. Our motherfucking saga took you know. isn't it. thank your area. We're just going to make sure that you they need to be vaccinated. They need to be quarantined for garl- make sure your say 'cause big these holes than uplifted. The mass dan in texas. I haven't seen too many girls would. I'm ask the girls do that. Mass on but i'm just seeing it. The pandemic is still have to them. Why exclusively. But i assure you i'm not gonna have no matter as i if they right But after the same way that i feel like okay you wanna have your sprays. Have your space. As long as it's not like healthcare and she had need like fucking necessities have you saying i don't care. I'm not going plenty of spaces where people are going to count on space right to do that. Like oh but sometimes it's hailing glide being being able to be invasive with just women. If in like when i'm working out is maybe something small but like when i'm working on boats jim in there's a space specifically for women can make your work out without mean fucking staring at you like mcdade will must have a war gazza more trying to show you a showing some unnecessary exercise machine because they think that you love incapable of asking somebody having like they they really doing. I'm just saying like there are some spaces. Are selena got a gym membership and extraordinary. And i i appreciate there where i can just go with whether it i feel safe not want. I always feel unsafe around one. Do i know i do i do. I'm going back to mentor me. Just in general. Just because the. But i've been doing my life the trauma blade. I do i. I like those faces here. You can get them some me time and not the worry about like different outthinks different things that made the yeah just it just depends on like it just depends on what it's about if it's about hooking up and that's And that's the reason for the season of the event i like. You should learn other people decide you should let other people decide if they wanna deal with trans people or not. You shouldn't use. I don't feel like is. You should fully exclude them from the beginning of the planning of the event i feel like. I don't think that that should be a rule. Trans people can't come only says demand i don't think when it's on a hookup level that that is you can do what you want. Just don't think that. That is cool. Like i feel like because you're if it's your personal space. I personal as in your bedroom. What you do you. Yes but you're doing a big event that's open to everybody or intentionally open to whoever can come is not exclusive place for you know anybody can gombe. It's not like it's just you and they're just having sex with you it is. They're cooking up with various people. And so or you know who. They choose to hookah with so for me. Why not. just keep an open. And i feel like it'll be cool because people who may be interested in trans man and hooking up with them can explore that that makes you a party lit. That makes me as a trans man. Then i was interested in at this party. That was hot. That was lit. You got blender may not be interested in that which is for whatever because you're transphobic or because whatever whatever whatever reason care but you don't want to do it but maybe you're patriots do. I'm pretty sure the knicks you bring in their probably try to move up with him. 'cause i it in a lot of you. Mother fuckers who got through like the jake day who is on his way on champion. Somebody particularly did a particularly. I know i'm just saying they feel the need to say that. Now because they're seeing trends may be more open sexually a particular person they he'd no. I'm just saying tranches things out there employ. Yes yes you know. I could see that. Yeah i don't. I can't say take your person but i feel like craigslist. Open the door. Porn the door because honey. I'm seeing ally videos lands pulse. Read suites in infre- twitter. I'm seeing a latte so you know they. There's a there is curiosity there is a interest there is a market. So tuck is is open for that marquise. Right now the wind would say. Let's get it on your own trains. Week she sounds like other park. Was you know stale anyway. David didn't even know how to address. Trains people appropriately. So why would you even want to be there who cares. Why would you fight and make that space open because you now don't even go there. Don't even have been transphobic. All week is thank you. Let me put them up to the camera i love. You hope you me would not try to see it is a. We're always joking around him on horse playing he he anyway you do. You'll be wearing the al. How's that was going to say. Oh okay so liked in wouldn't been transphobic diamond is they had no if they may have If they would have worded night the reason why they didn't why trains people there like they were like all week. This is what A guy is a guy has painted. The guy is says saying a guy. Has you know a if if they would've gave. Are we just once gaming here. I think you would have is still with a russell feathers within the like would have been in bed if they weren't so extra with the description they could adjust. Wanted to be ways. It wouldn't have been that big of a deal if some people would have rather. Yeah i get what you're saying. It's just the fact that they gave us. Oh discussing description. Because they're sounds. I mean some trans men are post. Has i so let me clogged in out. After like only shake it up. Shake it up but you say a guy Somebody with a penis beach blue period days with the west. I mean if you wanna shake it up. That's the thing i would not even fucking I wouldn't even give him enough fucking time of day. Once i see that this whoever the organizer is fucking not including me not fucking wanted me to be there. I wouldn't even. I wouldn't be doing or or tripping about them fucking fuck you fuck out of here. I'm not. I don't wanna come anyway. Back and i'm definitely not a coin. That's the main thing. Sh the main thing album long speaking of discrimination speaking of Wind transphobia matters for real for real to me we literally have seen many one hundred eight to be exact bills go to their senate go legislation to harm particularly trans youth or trans people or lgbt. People will really one hundred eight anti lgbt bills. That has come up in various states avenue. One of them are specific to trans people. It rained from bad sports sports but it rained from criminalizing. People who helped trans people get medication. Like doctors parents guidance counselors various it just has a range of implications. They harm people. Some some of these bills have already actually passed. Some of that was this. Was it in okay when you talk about My implications of harm of harn are you. Were you talking about what we cover the mississippi like where one of them that what's happening now is just. It's a bunch of them coming out so it's one hundred eighty one hundred eight anti lgbt loans a lgbtq. I plus laws. So one being distributed in different states. No no no that one is just in that particular stay so none of these are on a federal level these are all state level themes so every state is different but what's happening in response to this trend visibility trans rights trans protections with us. We just wind in june that That case about with any stevens that gave us protection in the work against workforce discrimination so just like many times in history when we get a win. The conservative people try to come up with ways to gut that win ways to Harm us through legislation. That haven't been done and so what we're seeing. Now is an uptick of har- against lgbt people. They are trying particularly trends. Like i said a hundred eight of them is worth all lgbt. But it's seventy one that are specific to transpeople and it rained from a lot of things. So this is this is this to me. This is the type of transphobia that matters. This is the type of transphobia to me that we need to spend our time on. This is a type of transphobia that we need to rally. This is when we need to be together. This is when we need to have our allies. This is when we need us as a community not just lgbt people but allies of our community to come together and fight this type of stuff. I'm not trying to fight my fuck about who is sleeping with. But i do want to make sure that trans people's quality of life trans people's rights trans people's protections are uplifted and made stronger and strengthen and solidify. I want that. That's what's important to me. I feel like a broken record trying to tell people who already now what freedom will freedom should look like your body because everybody wants to own like sometimes they get. This gets discouraging. But i know bad but you have to bring awareness to bring awareness to The the toll of deaths up transpeople this year. It's been like seven plugged. Which makes this now the most deadly cheer for transplants people. So far so like is he is given is getting even worse now. We're not seeing like a. Is it the digression of it. We're not seeing. We're not seeing good. Rollback is actually increasing in that scary. Because it's like okay. What are we actually being hunted now. I'm signing chased Agree with you. I I feel like that will be should pay attention to like broke. Who who you wanna have. Sex way will hire going to be able to to survive in the world. Tom not gonna be able to those things effect. You if you're a working girl or you got goals or you have things that you want to build in life. You want you the oklahoma injury mike. Everyone else does. Like being in the workforce if y'all listen to episode where dominant was talking about how. She lost her job because she was schranz out. Actually do that the Been do that but the but these. It's like talking about analyses about but inet moment where you don't know what she's gonna do you have all these legalities. Have you have the resources in god we do now but like eight well may not have been fired from a job. But i remember when i when we first met. He was at a job where he were his t- he they were Being weird about it like he wasn't scared he wasn't Comfortable about his his job remember was his time so he may higher. I was in middle transition intention right and so you want for sure if the job was secure and you wasn't because we didn't have back then we got enough protection we just got productions this summer fired because your trans and but you weren't comfortable there because you were drains. Yeah d- that's what that's what matters to me. That's what when when we talk about. When i think about my life and when i look back oh my and the but anyway when i looked back over my life in my mind i think about the times where like you just described. I didn't know what i was gonna do. I didn't have any recourse of actions to be able to take when somebody was bothering me. Just because of my trans when somebody who was doing something that put me and my call at my livelihood at risk. I didn't have anything that i could do when i when i assume high school if my teachers and other allies weren't coming in saying this is what you do this is this is. This is a resource. I i remember walking not in her office. My principal's office. When she told me that i couldn't go to the prom. I remember in the office on the on the inside. I was so angry and sad because in that moment it felt like she has the power. And i have no choice in this matter. I walked out her office. Not in the office because i didn't wanna give her death at his faction but when i was walking down the hallway after i left her office i was emotionally tearing because i did not know what to do. I didn't. I felt like i was powerless. Because i didn't know anything about what i was to do. It wasn't until i top to my english teacher. I talk to you know Other people who had tools a handed me tools to be able to do what i needed to do to a more become saying. That's i when. I think about in mississippi in montana in florida in wherever else they have put stuff out. Think about trans kids. Who are in a home that they're they don't know if this home is affirming or not saying that. You're in that space where you living with your parents and you haven't come out as trans right so you don't know you might assume that. They may not be accepting because of conversations. You heard them talk about because of whatever but you could see you can assume. But they haven't directly said it so you're in a space where you're not sure if they're going to accept you or they're not gonna accept you and then you need somebody to talk to and you go to a counselor in school who's supposed to be ally just like if they were beating you and you needed to talk to talk about it. Just like if they were molested you are if they were not feeding. You're neglecting you any kind of way your your counselors are supposed to be there for you to top to supposed to be there for you. Talk to them and tell them what's going on in your life so they can protect you or so they said you can feel like you have somebody that you can talk to as ally that so it was not so won't mess up your school. You're gonna send your school who progression. Imagine going to a counselor and you're trying to figure out your trends. You're trying to figure out these feelings in your body these feelings in your mind. The disconnect you're trying to understand it as a child as a teenager stuff that you feel to be true. Kind of not aligning with the outside culture blah blah blah blah blah. You don't have a support system but they're telling you. Oh you have a problem you can come to the counselor and then you go to the counselor and top to them trying to work it out trying to figure it out with an adult a responsible adult and this legislation in the state is telling the counselor that they have to out you to your parents or they go to jail that they have to tell your parents what you confidently are telling them with. Put you at risk of being kicked out of your home. It puts you at risk of shame. Shame leads to suicidal aviation. All these things leads to problems. When i really just came here so i can talk to somebody. Because i don't know who i can talk to but this may be the first person who made me feel comfortable. I can talk to them and now they're under rules state legislation that. Say they have to out meet. The crazy thing about that is like we li- we know trains people who d- transition so and i know people who don about transition and i gave them their first shot and everything they were dressing up drags and end the transitionary uphold screen like the whole gay man right now. Everybody is almost out. I don't want this to sound like the people who say that that trans children on data. I'll know how to identify trains because their brains aren't developed. I just. I know that people do change their mind about changing your mind. It's a bowel with threw them out. Exactly that's what. I'm saying like how there could be times where the child is talking to the counselor and they may not have made the choice to be transmitted may just be bring it up like this may be something that i might. I might want to do so in. Imagine you just one just a minute to talk about that. In general a you end up you you having even made a decision that you wanna be trans person and then they out you to your parents and you had even made the decision that all. This is what i wanna do. Indefinitely how problematic yes and particularly think about it. Okay i a little girl quote unquote okay. I'm a little girl. Navigating world navigating what we know little girls navigate and i and i get on his tiktok tock. Get on this youtube. Get on his instagram. And i'm hearing people talk about non binary. I'm hearing people talking about translates and these things based on how they're describing any feels like That sounds like me. That feels like me. That sounds like me. That's that's things that i think about things that i'm feeling but i could be just a little girl. Who's a little masculine. You said. I'm saying and because of the rules of what a girl is and what how you're supposed to be. How you suppose address how you supposed to feel as a little girl how women you're supposed to be as a little girl because the world is not giving me a description of woman or girl or feminity that includes what i am because i hear these other people saying that. They're nonbinary their trains. I think that. I can't just be a woman. It has nothing around my has nothing to do with my identity. I'm trying to figure it out. As a child i could think that. Oh i'm not buying or are a trans person. Because i don't have somebody mature to top super. Talk me through things and get me to understand things. And so just because i don't fit the standard of being a little girl or standards of being feminine or the standard of being a woman. The way they think because they're they're they're the label of women how they define woman or girl or feminine is an expansive enough to include my little tomboy self. I may be confused about being a girl. Exactly what when if you if you actually expanded the definition of woman or expanded. The definition of girl expanded the definition of femininity. I actually would fit there. And if i had a counselor that sad actually baby. It's okay to be a girl and be masculine. It's okay to be a girl and be a little bit out the box or out out because that includes growth that includes women to that includes him in to you. See what. I'm saying like if you give them space to say you actually might have people that say. Yeah i thought i might have been binary i thought. I might have been trans but i'm just a woman that's out the by so i'm okay with being right here and you work. You help them get through that and you buy five a month. I yeah i get. I get what you're saying. But i i. I think it's a little bit further. So yeah i think i'm trans. I think because. I don't want these breast i don't want you can say i want to go further than just whatever that line may be for me in my mind. I feel like if they actually let people be open and free. Actually would it will actually do what they feel like. They like whatever the their strategy is trying to do to prevent transmission from happening for for prevent people from transitioning if you actually expand and be more open about people expressing themselves. I actually think there'll be fewer people. That transition will basis in where more and there's some people that think like a hysterectomy is or our economies now validates an mortgage Validated down. Like i should have probably gave myself more time. And there's because people push that will you in order to be training. You know this is what it's like pushing boxes on arms them or or trying to suppress them harm the meeting. Further and does irreversible things. Or as a stopover here or so and that just speaks to both sides of the spectrum different elements of power but both sides of the spectrum a not not as a community as a hall but in certain sectors of our communities are pushing of another box. There's a box on this side in a box on this side and what we're doing is giving people space to figure it out. We know that things can be fluid for some people. We know things can be fixed for some people. I'm not questioning transis. I don't i. I didn't i wouldn't once it was made clear for me. Once i explore identity and explore things. I knew what my path was going to be. Everybody is not that fixed. some people figured it out. They have questions they is. That's just the nature of growing up and growing into a human and growing into an adult. You know what you thought fucking fifteen is not going to be what you thought at thirty five. What you thought at twelve is not gonna be what she thought at twenty. Some things will stay the same. You know what i'm saying. Some things will stay the same. 'cause there are some things that i feel. It's well i feel right now at forty that never never changed but i feel like we should be creating safe spaces for children. People not just children children. Young adults adults old adults to be able to talk things out and work things out. Give them the mental health. Care that they need. Give them the counseling that they need. Be as a as an ally friend. Give them the space that there need to change their mind. Figure stuff out and certain things are going to be fixed and some things are going to be mutable. That is the process of change and being human. Some things get to work out and you've got to have people to talk it out and so if you are criminalising going back to the subject of these legislative some of these legislatures and bills that are passing. If you are criminalizing people not being able to even confidently talked to people about what they got going on. You are putting people directly in heart and their blood is going to be on your hands if they're killing themselves because they can't talk to anybody about something. You are actually not doing what you think that you're doing. Its thing if you did not talk about sex. If you try to make sexist bad bad bad bad thing the people who are having sex or want to have sex curious about sex. I'm not gonna come top to you about sex. And that could be the difference between life or death for them. That could be the difference of some unhealthy choice that they made. It could be the difference between having a child that they that they couldn't have that they didn't wanna have and they have to choose to put in because they they're young mine and don't know the options in their scare. I'm gonna take my baby and take it to the The fire department like like. I heard that you can take baby. So fire department said the dumpster that you you look crazy me. Why are you look like that and get. That's crazy in general so yes so there's been cases of of people having babies and putting them in dumpsters put him in the trash throwing them away burying because they were scared of of being out but so they started in certain states. They may laws that. If you didn't want your baby you can anonymously take it to a fire department or a police station and give the and give the baby to them is that it's all instead of throwing it in a dumpster or something crazy. That's painting so then so that happens and so because people are people are having babies. They're scared they don't have anybody to talk to. People are making rules where they can't talk to people where people are forced to tell their parents that they pregnant forced to tell them. Oh i am having sex. And i want to get on birth control so i don't get pregnant forcing the people who their contact talk to about it to tell their parents. I don't want my parents know. I'm having sex but i wanna be responsible enough to protect myself but i don't want my parents and no i'm having sex yet. So how can you help me. And if you're forced if you're forcing their help to to say oh i gotta tell your appearance being if they know that they're going to be scared to talk to you and putting them at risk to get pregnant and a whole cycle of bullshit is happening. And then transmits you got like counselors. Who i 'cause i ain't goin' there. I mean there are some who don't know like there are some people who are well versed in certain things and what did what did they think that you try to. Tell them that your trays unit. Accu trying to tell them day he confused all of that on it. But i think what they're object. Is there what they're trying to do. Is stop trans children or trans kids from transitioning in general and what is joining. This is talent is is cutting lbj. Not you off from a mental help. 'cause i will i will. I will always ut you that would be afraid. I'll be like well. What if you keep them alive and enrolling anything about well somewhat well-versed but some aren't in like what if you go to a school. Where they they are in how you like. Well you know. Whatever i'm doing with at home. I'll just have to figure it out in your older until i can get a place where i'm not going to be criminalised for i feel and i. I think everybody should should have the same of the held treatments like you. Everybody should have access to the had because it's important especially when you think about lbj to you. Have in the highest Suicide ira that makes even worse and that patients that you're talking abou wait till i get older. Everybody don't have. That's a level of maturity that everybody does have some people are going through the pain of whatever happens in argues right in and it feels like the end of the world. It feels like i don't have. I don't have anybody to talk to. I don't have anybody who who i can trust to talk through this and so it feels like man i'm alone and that feeling of isolation can lead to suicide can lead to Suicide adaptations lead to. I don't know what to do. I can't wait till i'm older in an adult. So ma'am i do something drastic because this is the only thing i can think about in this multiple things that that can lead a young person and i know we're talking about a specific A specific scenario. But this is this is how just pervasive some of these fucking legislations are. This is just how crazy they are. It's like you're you're intent. you're trying to make. It seem like you're helping people but you're actually not and that's not what the research says. You're not you're just furthering. Isolation and further isolation makes people either harm themselves or regress. It doesn't make him progress and so for me. I think this is since we see this happening this at a time that we got a rally against this shit. This is what matters. I don't give a fuck about the super straits. Fuck them the superstar. The one is fucking creating these legislation and same colin transphobic. Great transphobic gray. I don't want you create legislation. That's wearing out our children wearing out people that were not adults. I just don't want that. I don't care about if you don't wanna fuck me. I don't care. I don't care about that. I care about your not causing a stress and causing us to not progress as people. I don't like that. that's what i care about. That's where my energy is going to be put sample only well be america to be on a ladder. No idea what you have well. We definitely did together. I enjoyed it that makes reviews People were saying it wasn't good. I'm looking me get. This has some really good actors actresses zimei sounds including we see but it's giving numbers who especially for thirty years later like we've never seen a movie like number to made thirty years later we'll have the same people. It's crazy eight Critiques saying that. It wasn't good. I just. I was seeing people literally just in all. It wasn't gonna watch it any good critiques. i've seen. I'm like likey. Don't waste your time watching it. But why five. Out of skiff. Months for tens i enjoy. I like the fact that It helped them in this type of deal to would like it was like we were a cre- Correcting patriarchy making a minor. Like i made you accu zeke. Though in the first one it was elephant that was real then the second one he says the same play wasn't a real critique app. So you want fake gam. I'd i already i. I wish you would have been on. How no i feel. Like a man come into a miracle wine but had like a little bit more depth to it but it just may have like at ninety feel now. This was definitely what are you talking about how what was deep about the first one. I actually think that would be fun to live the way certain things were created in government. L think they think can be anything can be made afterwards. I enjoyed it. i I thought they did a really really dial by kiki lane. I really the her partner. She was giving me so many so much. Energy was kicking mine. She is the presence. What's one one that was aired daughter. I liked they made her. She's chocolate and beautiful like like the either grandmother. Grandmother on the looks like higher. I don't know. I just. I just when i came into watching it i was like i was. I was exactly what i was expecting. It was ridiculous black jewelry. I thought it was ridiculous. There was that i was backing up so silly and it is meant to be funny the way they brought everybody back. I love the holiday. Brought all the characters that Arsenio and eddie play back. And then they brought some more characters Extra in new york. I it he said did as bad but now was so. I don't know i just liked it. I really enjoyed it. I cracked a smile now. I love some of the elements that they brought back the ridiculous elements of africa. The the You how wrong. The same thing that they did in the first one where they were bringing dasm parts and you just these big theatrical almost like it was a play like fuck in lying in play or something. I don sickening. The costumes were beautiful. That motherfucking tiana. Taylor look salting in those Everybody came back only people. That didn't come back that i really missed. I wanted to see patrice darrow. Donahue arrow with the x ray d'oro was the axe with the jury was a saw glow. Curl and input is harsh. I was a little that would have been nice to see how to 'cause he was like. Why does she get the good wines. But you and member he was he was rained on and it. They imply that. Portrays gatwick darrow. Remember he came through the window and was all wet and he was telling her. You know all that kind of stuff. I would love to see how they play with that narrative to see where it went. I would love to see that I love the john too. I love level leslie. Jones character now. That story line the whole lie. Being rooted in the day rape was got alley. Yeah yeah yeah forgot. She was smoke. I'm glad she had vader gene finally adopt that was. I thought it was kind of distasteful. I thought that was kind of weird. Especially not to address it i i would have thought it would. I don't know if i would have thought it'd be cool. But i at least a dressy like address that moment particularly since y'all are addressing A lot an feminists you know subtexts. You know what i'm saying but at least address it and how yo you write me four ridiculous like he had his own sperm bank or some shit and he review spare bank. So some stupid yeah. He could've went there to making a little safe. But going into the the rabi route was kinda. But i seen i've been seeing people make the critique. Oh if this was a woman being date raped which had made it into a joke. And i'm like that would land different. If this was a woman director making. This is eddie murphy. A man making it. So it just doesn't like you think is landing you're trying to critique the culture about the difference between men and women women can be seen as rape victims and was on the matic shore. Yeah like weird. I wasn't raped. Sure all of that. Yes so call it out but making it seem like oh women can be victims. Were men cannot. That's actually patriarchal that things like that. Actually you know y'all rules. The johnson men can't get raped main. Can't you know because they don't have the dig. I mean because they don't have the vagina they they don't have the ability to be traded by by by a woman can't be raped by a woman. Y'all actually made up those patriarchy. Maybe so anyway. I enjoyed I enjoy leslie. I enjoy what i didn't enjoy is them bringing involved bag but didn't bring all involved q. I like i'm sorry. Was supposed to be funny. But i don i let died i just. He wanted to have a funeral. Why eating the cats and watch it dallas salary. Maybe the head ridiculous. I never seen before. Thank you know what party going now. A method i now love. I love when we get to see wesley. Snipes character acting read a really good actor and so when i see him in movies that he is giving a character. It's always good to me. Like i liked him in dolemite where he where he didn't win. He eddie murphy. I like i love when he is doing. A character is really was a man of this our hand while patents you have noticed like it was asking how to make your mind up. Would as there was making fun of like different parts of the african culture. Like when ahead the shaker the muslims muslim when izzy was like at the camp he was talking to the children. I out wait. He said to them that was it. Was it was hilarious. I was like wow. i know. People aren't keying at. Yeah but that was the whole ridiculous of the first one like the it was like. They were making a mockery but they were over exaggerating the african culture theory all times all the stereotypes of african culture the rose petals on the ground. They come in and dancing ended at the of the moon under the luxury of it. I was like it. Just doesn't feel like they were over exaggerating it and in this. They did it as well which i thought was gave them wrong to do all the sickening You know things we saw. We saw people saying we saw people dancing costume. We more of the culture because he actually was set in. Instead of being set in queens. We got too much setting except from the beginning in the first one in the beginning when he was on the When he had to go find his wife. We just got that little portion in the beginning set in the end the end. But this you know was mostly set. In which i thought was cute. Not that it was wrong. I really just enjoyed everything like how how like it was like. They had to remind Abby i forgot to remind the pert well king yes indeed. I this is. This is like you actually aren't like this like you. You you turn into somebody that you're not in a it was you can censor marhsall which filed this long patriarchal line because he was so straight but keeping traditions in a way the union in the witcher would think. Is your mom's on this wides. So was your mounds go. I said what my mom saying indies. See somebody i any time. I hear conversations and i was watching it through When i was watching it i was. It was coming in my mind. Those are the moments that i can imagine like in cells make tiles and and dudes who are anti-feminist. I can hear them in my brain saying oh she's just trying to. This is her mun emotionally manipulating you like when the queen was telling him like. You are not looking at your daughter okay. You're not looking at your daughter as a leader who has given her life. Who have worked so hard to be the leader of this country. Prepare herself to be the leader. And you're not even giving her a chance because she a girl now morally that is to me and my politics. That's that's what we're fighting for. Gender is not Is not close people off from opportunities right. But for somebody who is a patriarch who wants to keep the old traditions. They would say that. She is emotionally manipulating you. She is emotionally all this is. This is the rules of nature. This is the rules. I did a live recently on my My last friday about the fourteenth amendment and amend is called a man or net flicks and one of the things that one of the arguments when when women were trying to do something. Her name is. myra bradwell versus it was a case called myra bradwell versus illinois. She was trying to be a lawyer back in the day and they were not letting her be a lawyer because she was a woman and she lost her case and they in the one of the arguments was a woman's place because of her delicate nature and because of her She's supposed to be a wife and mother she doesn't need to be out here in the world being a lawyer work that she's supposed to be in the home protected and covered by her man because he's a these are the laws of god. These are the moral laws of god. And so that is. This is what they were be would be thinking in what. That's what coming to america. Had me thinking that they that the guys who were anti this type of change they will be looking at her like. She's emotionally manipulating you. This is how god made it to be. Men should be the lead man should be ahead and so these women are fucking up your brain and making you think that a woman supposed to be a leader so this is now and i can see them looking at that and seeing that difference. But what i implore you to do is understand and we are all human and those type of boxes those type of religious rules. Everybody don't believe in the god that you believe in everybody don't have the same beliefs that you have when it comes to morality when it comes to gender when it comes to those rules those boxes that you have created for women over centuries have put them in positions to where they can't be free enough to do what they wanna do is like a form it is now. It's not like it is a form of slavery that is based in gender. Basically that's that's been going on for way before the. Us exist female. Oppression is older than racial oppression. Female slavery and being owned property have been going on a before slate race even existed. So so it's really really for me. That's why say racism is like a little baby of patriarchy sexism. I feel like that's the granddad. I feel like patriarchy and sexism and all that kind of stuff is the great granddad and racism is fairly new. It's the little baby all connected but it's a little baby and so in that situation i want i. I hope that people get the point of the film. Even though even through the comedy daniel point is the daughter who had worked our asses off to be preparing herself because he didn't have any sons at that point worked her ass. How from her burs to prepare herself to be the leader everything she did was revolved around being a great leader of our country. And because this dude was technically his son from bars technically he could come in just because he was born with a penis and take her position. That is ridiculous and late honey. I'm tired. I think what that's that was a beautiful movie to debut. Woman history or one plus is fun. History month yes and that was actually bought like a forgot ours name. He like the actual have artists pop. Artists come on like there's like this this way roofs. Integrating diana's right now so as other little today. Insert a movie harvey. It was a bunch of answer. It's like he. He made reference to trading places. And you know that that trading places has As a connection to ballroom culture where the high you know your your your your dad. The beat. that's involved that comes. From trading places. People don't know that but that comes from trading places and so he made a reference when he was when the side was interviewing with that white boy his son. That's one of the signs of grandsons. The whatever of the trading places do which is another popular. Eddie murphy film. You've never watched. It is funny. Watch that it's got. Jeanette trades very friends in the barbershop. Where he was like you. Know they're able to chain penises into vaginas with science site. I remember have yeah did they. They traded real lightly. Would likely 'cause honey eddie. You don't get to talking. They got they got it this time. I let them go. Hang out saying that. I'm just laugh at it so check out. Coming to america is really really good. I always i really really good. I don't know i was act. I laughed. I thought there were certain parts of funny starting parents. That was funny just because of how ridiculous they were It's a it had tons of dark skinned girls. Light skinned girls. It had all the spectrum of black folks it had tons of new people tons of older people coming back tons of the old characters. I love how they brought sexy chocolate back right at the end. I thought that that was so funny. In my favorite moment was when The queen had kind of godhra birthday. She had died. She was like she. It was like you revisiting her back where. She lives in queens. 'cause you had turned into the queen wasn't it Levi others get some shots adult. Olive and i thought that was so cute. I thought it was nice What else did i am trying to think of what. Yeah i just. I think i should check it out. Judge for yourself I think if you go into a feeling like just going to just like loving blackhawks loving black people and loving our culture and our extras and all of that. If you go in expecting that you're gonna get it. I don't know what people was expecting. Come into it coming to america to come to america. One was not some deep serious thing. silly ridiculous passing. Oh that was hilarious. Bringing them as as that was so cute food cue them doing why in the middle of the moon. That comedy fucking were kinda. That's what it felt like. It felt like a comedy will conduct. What's his name Horwitz isn't he had his own talk show the guy. I really enjoy his character to i. I think our senior and eddie being together. It's always hilarious way. So y'all see our last week. I was on twitter. But i'll for the past two days. They have been comparing kevin. Hart's filmography and eddie murphy's filmography playing stop playing. That's exactly what i said. It is comparison to heaven heart. And eddie murphy. Kevin hart we do. Somehow he wouldn't either. I come on like i understand you trying to. I felt like they were trolling. It was pissing me off that he was even. It was even going viral or trending going viral but ending to the point that he would get this kind of recognition. Nigger you are. Nowhere near eddie murphy. Our weekly illicit. He has of sydney sydney rawls. Yeah smothering is a really good went even forty eight hours. His funny fucking comedy specials raw and delirious. He has so much nutty. Professor that one on will blow came hartsfield film career out of the water. One movie you wanna see big fish come down to sly oh or he is so many. I'm into america. it's so many. I don't come on now. You can't not do little. It sounds cool daddy daycare. He reached the way bones reaching the. Why folks nutty professor this show. He was reaching the white house with four not. I forty eight hours. I'm forty eight hours. Something beverly hills cop. He was reading the heels. Now like the beginnings beginning. He has up girl aren't golden shell. I want a ni- ideas outta here. Kevin is nowhere near eddie murphy just affected that will come out of your mouth. You must be twelve. You gotta get outta here but yes. Make sure yao watch coming to america. Make sure y'all Check it out how it was so good i loved it loved it. It was good to us. I don't know if it was good. Would you rate aggravated Ten would you read a. I will give it a a me too. What is a team. And what is a ten comedy in your past the if it issuance nicknamed the movie a comedy that was eighteen disease count. Cd's hewer is different down. Give that is but national security. Did it end blue streak a tin cup. Just we can get your range of what is what is a comedy that you watch. That was a ten me that had me cry. You laughing with definitely Wasn't he with the personnel funeral with the death at general death at a funeral. Oh my gosh crying laughing. I think 'cause i had smoked i had. Oh gosh i never heard of that. What is that with The account. I can't believe i'm forgetting his. Because there's not a shade with He played into new jack city as cranky death at a funeral. That's new jack. Chris rock. Yes oh my gosh. I was crying. I could imagine that that funding. Because i think they both are funny but larry right at a team for me has to be my number one comedy of my life. That had me in the seat up is friday. It was something. Friday was at the time. Yeah i was in nazi cracking the theater. 'cause i've seen it at the movies and so just watching friday then it just was like oh i can see that yeah. It was just backing up. So friday is is. My ten is my standard of what i what comedy for meeting friday. Now there's other kind of comedies like Super bag super bad tan. Have you ever seen super bad. That's fine waiting to be but it's a different type of funny three boys i make mailing. Yeah super bad. Funniest hell to me so super bear and friday. Are ma like top comedy movies of all time for me. And so that's my teens so it wasn't like that so coming to america in that but it was like you know i was smiling and happy. I was over here joyful about the obvious blackness. Screen sal i will give it a a. I'll give it a a generous aid to you. Know what i forgot. What that will be was. It's it's called bridesmaids play off that was funny bridesmaids. Funny yes that was king down for me but it was cute. Nine nine yes. That was a good one that was. That's a good yes. I love rise maze and my guy. So yes y'all Let us now hit us up either on instagram twitter. Let us know what is your top. Three comedy shows comedy movies comedy movies. I write hashtag. marches play. We gonna be filed. We're gonna be responding. We wanna see. What is your top three comedy movies that you will give a ten star at one. You know one being the least tambi integrate with you will give ten top three all right. I think we shall. We will see ya later. Ya see you next week. Bye bye well. that's it. Thank you for coming in and getting a taste of martius plate you can listen to us on itunes and soundcloud makes you leave a review because we really need those five side jobs and go like facebook page and leave. Some comments won't be posting exclusive content. Every day you definitely don't want to miss out. You can also follow us on twitter and any of the social media site at marshes plate if you like to donate or advertise with us. Hit us up. Donna styles at dot com. That's diamond s t y l z at gmail.com and. That's it by by by report off remaining way.

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Q&A 428: Sex Before Exercise, Heavy Vs. Light Water, Jack Kruse's Leptin & Vitamin D Protocols, How To Lower Blood Glucose, Exercising With A Pacemaker & Much More!

"In this episode of the ben greenfield fitness podcast. Should you have sex before exercise. Heavy-water versus light water reviewing neutral books and smart drugs effectively blood flow restriction for muscle gain and much more pal performance nutrition longevity ancestral living biohacking and much more. My name is ben greenfield. Welcome to the show all right all right all right. It is me it is me solo today. My usual podcast side kick the great. Dr j. t. wiles could not join us and so it is just a yours truly however i will since this is a live clubhouse recording be bringing folks to the stage for qna after we get through. Today's news flashes. And so if you have a question in mind and you're here live than you can. Of course prepare said questions that you sent hyper intelligent. So that when i bring you up onto the platform or the stage the throne or whatever they call it and clubhouse these days you can wax poetic in addition to that if you're if you're listening to this podcast when it gets released on spotify or samsung wherever fine. Podcasts or unsigned podcasts. Like this are found and you ever want to join on a clubhouse and Then a what are you waiting for. Join in if you subscribe to a newsletter or con tune into me on instagram will always send a not f- about when these live recordings occur although it's usually wednesdays at ten thirty am and if you're not part of clubhouse because from what i understand clubhouses still closed an invite only Usa ha ha nina. Get to and ask a question. However you can still go to. Ben greenville dot com and leave your question be audio there for future show and we can always roll with one of those Typically this is the part of the show where myself and my sidekick engage in witty banter about what we've been up to lately. However i really don't have him to witty banter with so let me fill you in on on a couple of things a i. I've gotten stitches for the first time in my life. I nearly cut my thumb off. And you're going to laugh about how i did this. I have a plan. I am working on an article for all of you about healthy ice creams how the taste. What the what the basis or use like coconut or avocado or banana or rice. Protein flower sprinkled with the unicorn tears or anything else of the kind and as a result. I've had to do some really painful in this case literally Research on ice cream. So i'm trying these ice cream flavors and analyze ingredients and getting ready to make this amazing article for you and one particular brand of ice cream. I won't name them and throw them under the bus today. Show us a banana. Base turns out. Banana takes a hell of a long time to thaw out. When used as a base for ice cream they sent me all sorts of wonderful flavors like strawberry and peanut butter and mint chocolate chip and chocolate. And i took it out about twenty minutes before dinner to thaw by. The time i finished dinner had still not thought and yeah. I know the hot spoon trick for ice cream. Where heat up a spoon and you dip it in there and get your ice cream that way. But in this case. I chose to use one of my super sharp recently sharpened cut co knives to try to carve the ice cream out of the container and The the knife slipped and really just like chopped through the tendons in my thumb thumb. i had just finished taking a survival and first aid course. And so all of this was fresh in my mind i elevated the wound above my heart kinda gave myself little hand tourniquet and got dressed and went up in the hospital getting stitches and i I've been throwing everything in the kitchen. Sink at this thing to get it to hill. Colloidal silver and pm f. and nerve healing frequencies from my bio charger and all manner of little bile hack. So i'm curious to see what the doc says when i go tomorrow night to have the stitches removed either a. He's going to say that. My thumb is a frankenstein esque monster from a little bil- hats that i've been throwing at it and And it's never going to be the same for the rest of my life or be. He's going to say that he'll quite nicely. And i'm keeping my fingers crossed except for my thumb which i'm not crossing to find out what goes on with that and then the other thing i want to let you guys know if any are interested in it I've gotten very into a home defense into protection into self defense and You might even call me a little bit of a proper at this point in my life if you look at all the the gold. The crypto currency the stuff buried in my backyard and my safe the little bank accounts. I have over in singapore. I've just. I'm kind of trying to be smart just with life in general as far as the preparation. I wouldn't sam a proper. I don't think the world's going to hell in a handbasket. But i think it is good to be prepared for any curve balls. That life may throw at you some. You may be familiar with a navy. Seal or former navy seal named tim kennedy and i took his sheepdog course since the last episode and it was fantastic. My wife and i both took it They they taught everything from situation. Situational awareness like. I personally can't walk through a parking lot anymore now since having taken the course without seeing the eighteen different threats that are in the parking lot and what everyone's doing in their cars or out of their cars and where potential threats entrances exits are etc We did About eight hours of jitsu over two days but it was ju jitsu with things like knifes and guns and learning how to strip weapons out of people's hands when you've got him in a chokehold on the floor completely nonviolent of course use your imagination And then we also did a ton of shooting. Close quarter shooting primarily using a glock soon and Gosh fired off. Probably about three hundred rounds are so Each day over the course of a couple of days probably got lead poisoning. I'm not joking. I actually when you do that much shooting. You wanna pay attention to your heavy metals afterwards. So i've been doing some sauna and i'm probably the only person that took the course and finish it up in the next day. Did a coffee enema to get rid of all the lead in my system. But i did and so anyways it was called the sheepdog course really cool and i. I now know how to handle a firearm at close quarters choke someone out in strip a knife off of someone who's trying to stab me so cut you know those skills. I hope. never come in handy. But it's it's good to know either way and So so i'm still practicing with the glock and also much to the chagrin of anyone who is uncomfortable with the second amendment or with ownership of guns. I also have a a quite handy colt carbine Some autumn attic self-defense. Rifle that'll be jumping into next for my defense training. Plus this is kinda like shooting. A bow stuff is just a little bit meditative to to learn to use and site and handle. And i think it's good to be able to responsibly. Use a weapon. Even if it's just for hunting not self defense. But i do think that most of the issues that we see these days are more an issue with the With people and morality and an anger issues and in loneliness and other issues that go above and beyond a tools that one can implement such as a gun. I have no issues with guns. Have issues with people who shouldn't have guns having guns and using the me responsibly. So that being said hopefully it doesn't get me cancelled off of facebook or wherever this podcast shows up Anyways though after talking about violence and chopping thumbs off an ice cream. Let's talk about sex baby. shall we were jump into. Today's news flashes after which you can. Of course raise your hand and we can get into this week's in alright so Interesting study that came out just this month. This is the age old question that i'm sure Especially seem more men as this question than women although it's of course relevant any female and exercise enthusiasts as well and that is the topic of sexual intercourse before exercise and whether it has a helpful effect a knoll effect dory detrimental effect and it turns out that A journal wound up doing a small study admittedly small study with fifty men physically and sexually active men And what they wanted to study was whether sexual intercourse could harm. Athletic performance along debated topics in sports competitions were first invented Also topic with a relative lack of solid scientific evidence. Get in to see what i did there. Solid scientific evidence. Oh yeah i'm gonna definitely pun the hell out of this one so anyways These physically and sexually active men. Would they do weight. Training sessions three different weight training sessions all sessions at the same time of day and They tested their maximum. Wait for five repetitions of the squat. Total five sets of five by five. Max rep squad. That's that's that's not a routine for anyone who's faint of heart. That's that's pretty tough to throw weight on your back. That's coast your maximum weight. Do five reps do five sets to that but then they also measured their performance in that either after participating in sexual intercourse the night. Before or abstaining from sexual intercourse the night before and they actually measured the duration of the sexual intercourse with a stop watch. I don't know if anyone would like to guess about how long the mean duration of sex was before i reveal it to you But it was drummer please Thirteen point eight minutes plus or minus three and a half minutes so that was the average amount of time that physically and sexually active men were engaged in sexual intercourse. I have no clue that includes four. Play if that's simply meantime of of thrusting or what exactly they were measuring but anyways what they found was that the mean lifted. wait When these gentlemen were abstinent was about one hundred and nine kilograms one hundred nine kilograms and if you like to know what that is in pounds just so you guys know the quick out there is you multiply by two point two and so they were doing about two hundred and forty pounds or so now after they had had sex same workout and that this this would they isolated for issues like like being fatigued. Cetera these guys were recovered. All that jazz so it. It actually dropped their their maximum weight. Lifted a dropped and dropped significantly by almost ten pounds so to one hundred seven kilograms Which i believe is What's that what's one hundred seven kilograms come out to approximately one hundred and Nine kilograms was about two hundred forty pounds so at two hundred thirty five pounds each somewhere around there. so five five to ten pound drop and In in squat performance. Now i don't know about you but i would say that unless you're an elite athlete if you have the choice between abstaining from sex or engaging in an enjoyable activity and your maximum squat dropping by five to ten pounds. I don't know about you. But i'm just fine having sex if i can't do my mac squat quite as heavy the next day. It wasn't that significant as especially considering these gentlemen were engaged in sex for about thirteen minutes If you are in your exercise session for example for the physical benefits that you might derive from it. The metabolic benefits well. You could say squatted five to ten less pounds. But i also exercise for an extra thirteen minutes last night so it could be all wash unless you're professional athlete. But now i mean if you if you're one of those people doing triathlon crawford spartan racing anything else you want to just show up and be just absolutely stellar the next day. Maybe you should abstain or had. Here's here's where my mind goes. Whoa all the evidence that i've seen on increases in testosterone increases in in Kind of like aggressiveness. Libido etc Seem to correlate to to know generation sex meaning i. I wish they'd have tested a third group in which they had sex without ejaculation. Because if any of you guys have tried that. I guess it's an ancient eastern practice of of of a noah for like a month which i did a couple of years ago. Oh my goodness you feel like you wanna just pardon the expression just like rip. Somebody's head off by the by the time you've gotten through the course of a month of that. So maybe maybe the rule is here. A don't have sex if you really wanna perform well and exercise the next day Be do have sex. If you don't care just want enjoy yourself and see if you want to be an absolute animal have sex fellas. Don't jackie late. So there you go and i'll link to this study as well as everything else that is discussed during this podcast episode. If you go to ben greenfield fitness dot com slash four to eight. that's been greenfield fitness. Dot com slash. Four twenty eight so sexual intercourse out of the way we know about how that pairs to exercise a couple of other things that i want to get into heavy water versus light water. Mrs quite interesting many of you may be aware of this but technically speaking not all water on our planet is made up of h two o molecules. Yes you can curse under your breath your high school chemistry professor for lying to you but it turns out that almost a century ago they discovered this hydrogen. What's called an isotope. It's called deteriorated. Deteriorated is kind of like hydrogen chemically but a typical hydrogen atom has one proton k a single protons in its nucleus but deterioration has a neutron in addition to that proton meaning that it's like hydrogen but it's way heavier has a greater mass. So they call. Water that contains hefty amounts of deterement heavy-water now heavy-water has about ten percent greater density than regular water it kind of bond similarly at act similarly. You can drink it similarly. It's harmless. i got to be poisonous for you to drink it. But the problem is that the larger kind of like twin of hydrogen tends to gum up your molecular machinery. But particularly in in your mind. Qendra and i have some podcasts. Where i get into the extreme science behind this particularly with Robert slovak go to listen to any of my podcast episodes with we really get into to the chemical differentiations between these isotopes and how it can deleteriously affect my cadre when you're consuming water. That is heavier in deteriorating. One of the best ways to elevate levels of determine your body is to consume water in the form of eating plants that have been sprayed with pesticides like glyphosate herbicides pesticides etc and also to eat a lot of starches and because your body makes its own duty depleted water when you're burning fats. Energy the process of beta. Oxidation kicks off some water and that's naturally determined deplete water but if your mitigating starches and sugars eating organically etc you probably have decent deteriorate status you can actually buy duty room depleted waters expensive. In my opinion. I think that it will become increasingly affordable but you can also drink determined to clear water and many people purchase it for example that same guy interviewed rob slovak on his website water and wellness. He sells giant jugs of determined depleted water. You can like mix Say like twenty ounces of a regular glass of water you might drink in the morning with several ounces of this duty depleted water. And then you you can do a special test over time and i and i did this and you can i. It's kinda nice. You can watch the deterioration levels and this is measured. Be a special breath test decrease as you drink determined to clearwater and it's actually very good for you metabolic to make sure that determines and building up in your system. Well its latest. Study in in communications and biology found out that Taste testing experiment. People were able to apt. Julie differentiate between regular water and water that had higher levels of deterement. They actually The test subjects reported that the greater proportions of heavy-water were perceived as tasting slightly her Which which is interesting because deteriorate is actually something that your taste receptors. Your sweetness taste receptors can detect That that although none of this has been studied. That makes me wonder if you know when we're consuming say like non-organic produce or pesticides etc if the increase jirina sweetness of that or interaction or taste receptors in it contributes to a desire for sweeter compounds or and this way out there and they'll no science behind this but maybe like a mild propensity to be addicted to like non organic foods or foods that are heavily sprayed. It's an interesting thought pattern. But but nonetheless it turns out that our taste receptors can actually differentiate between heavy-water and lightwater. I don't know if that's very useful at all. But there's the study at least caught my attention because mark my words if if you look at let's say investment areas in the health or fitness nutrition sector or what you might see as being the hot thing that's talked about over the next several years kind of like. Cbd has been big. Kito has been big. I don't know what else has been big. It'll be his them You know Cold thermo genesis breath work. Whatever i think determined deplete water is going to be one of those things that we see not the people talking about more and more and has become increasingly affordable and accessible people Drinking it a lot more to so so that was interesting and And it turns out that. Your your taste. Buds can actually tell the difference between regular water and water has higher levels of this deterrment. Okay couple more things. That i wanna mention in. Today's newsflashes cool website. I discovered drummer please. And link to this one in the show notes. And i also promise i will quit saying drum. Roll please because i over use that phrase de website alz discovery dot org as in alzheimer's discovery dot. Org they have developed a fantastic website that rates things that you consume that are good for your brain or might be good for your brain and kind of like another one of my favorite websites. Examined dot com. They arrange based on evidence potential benefits safety etcetera. They develop this for alzheimer's patients. But really. it's a fantastic way if you're anything. Nutro picks smart drugs ways to enhance cognitive function. You can feed just about anything through their algorithm and what they've done is they've done They've matched up all the rigorous scientific studies on fda approved drugs herbal supplements vitamins rated the strength of the scientific evidence in terms of the number of multiple say randomized control trials or or human clinical studies on any of these different compounds and identified which things that either stave off alzheimer's dementia or also as many things that stave off alzheimer's and dementia Things that just make your brain work better which are best everything from like intra nasal insulin to alpha. Gpc to female parameter him to molecular hydrogen. They've got all listed there. And so you know. I as i'm prone to do. I figured i'd just go to the website. And i've had a lot of the things that that i've experimented with through the website. First of all if if you look at the things that have the most evidence behind them the highest amount of evidence for cognitive function. It's actually estrogen in gingko boloba a lot of guys don't realize this actually how good estrogen is for your brain like a lot of men who were on rotation inhibitors who are taking testosterone. That's bad news brain or bad news brain shows where my brain is bad news bears for cognitive function to suppress your estrogen if your man With with chemicals or pharmaceuticals. Estrogen is actually very good for your brain and it turns out that that on this website men neo. Having decent levels of estrogen was actually highly protective against alzheimer's and dementia and then gene is an interesting one. that's one that's that's kind of a cool supplement. It's very good for memory If if you look at those instead of those are the highest evidence those with the highest potential benefit coffee and caffeine no surprises there. A green tea was very high. Inter nasal insulin actually had pretty high potential benefit. I haven't personally used insulin. But that's interesting lithium was up there. Modafferi was up there. Nasd was up there. Nicotine was up there. Dha from fish oil was pretty high. And then something called ben. Tho- mean bento timing. that's interesting one it it. It's a relative of thiamine better known as vitamin b. One and you guys may recall when i interviewed a bio hacker from down in australia. A few weeks ago named Lucas hyun we talked about how many people when they start taking a special form of thiamine called via max in a link to that one in the show notes. It's it's a kind of a cousin of thiamine. They feel like they're cognitive. Performance and their energy goes through the roof because a lot of people have difficulty with adequate diming levels and it turns out that one that that's one that's really safe and effective as as a cognitive performance aid. I bought some of that after interviewing luke and tried about three capsules a day for a month or so. I really liked it. I'm i'm still Just married cup of coffee nicotine. Maybe some of that that quality of mind. And then. Because i am one of those guys who who micro doses meaning that throughout any given month i use a trace amounts of lsd trace amounts of silica sivan and trace amounts of what chuma which is kind of like a cactus extract. I think those plant medicines using responsible small doses just kicked the pants off about any new that i've used. I didn't keep using the thiamine. But i just wanted to try it out and see what it was like but anyways this website super interesting so so for those. You want a bookmark it or go check it out or maybe feed some of the nutro picks or smart drugs. You might be experimenting with through the website to see how they rate. It's alz discovery dot. Org and i will also linked to that one in the show notes. So that's pretty cool. And then finally. Last thing i wanted to mention was Blood flow restriction training now talked about blood flow restriction training in the past so this is accomplished by by wrapping Elbow straps or almost like a tourniquet type of device Kind of up above the bicep and then above the knee and You restrict the blood you. You don't completely exclude blood flow. You still get amount of venus return but some of the blood is rejected the muscle and so you get swelling the muscle you get a lactic acid accumulation in the muscle. You get this massive growth hormone response afterwards and the swelling within the muscled when you turn academy muscle group prior to training it you get pooling. A blood around muscle tissue in that causes this accumulation of metabolites in the muscle cell it forces fluid into the muscle causing the muscle cell to swell when the muscle cell swells that triggers. These things called mechanical sensors which within the muscle cell membrane when those mechanical sensors get triggered. It elicits anabolic pathways. Like the m tour. Pathway that cranks up muscle protein synthesis which promotes muscle growth or staves off muscle loss that same cell swelling can also result in increase in things like brain derived. New trophic factor. Insulin like growth factor something called vascular endothelial factor which results in better blood delivery to muscles and to your brain and it turns out that because be far training preferentially activates fast twitch muscle fibers is also very very good for things like like building muscle hypertrophy. Many studies have shown this as an excellent way to train. When say your rehabilitating a joint or if your sale like a senior who wants to stave off sark opinion can't lift extremely heavy weights etc. So i have a few podcasts. That are linked to in the show. Notes that i've done on behalf. Our training also known as katsu training. If you've go the japanese phrase There's something else that induces muscle swelling in a similar manner. And this is something that some athletes have used for some time. Kind of like some athletes glycerin as a water loading tactic. Okay did to drive more glycogen to drive more water into tissue. Say before you go out and do like a hot and heavy bike riding race or an ironman triathlon where you want to hack your body and get by with drinking water. Well there's a. There's a compound called beaten. You may be familiar with that name. You find it in beats pretty high amounts b. e. t. a. n. e. now beating helps your body maintain hydration by protecting the cell against dehydration by increasing cellular water retention via very simple process that same chemistry professor. Who you're cursing for not telling you about deterioration they probably did. Tell you about osmosis right. And that's how it works. It works doesn't osmo light right. It contributes to the influx of fluid into the muscle cell inducing muscle cells swelling which stimulates muscle protein synthesis and decreases protein breakdown in muscle cells resulting in muscle growth. And it's actually been studied to to to play a role in triggering muscle growth at an intake of about two to six grams a day. Okay so it'd be going to amazon to to look it up In your you know buying butane powder beaten capsules. You're looking for about two to six grams. Prior to a training session in order to get the benefits well it turns out that if you combine it which a lot of bodybuilder doing now in this study just appeared in the journal strength conditioning research wasn't a study as much as like a paper review of of the combination of butane and bef. Our training could be a very very good way to build muscle quickly. When all you have access to our lighter loads such as if you're traveling again if you're injured or if you're a senior Or if like me you have stitches all of your and you can't lift weights. I've actually been doing a lot of be if our training. I don't have beaten Don't laugh i that i i've actually been using sildenafil Which is basically viagra which kinda similarly to be tamed for this. So i've literally just to experiment with this protocol been taking viagra and doing blood flow restriction training. And you get this massive pump that lasts all day long I don't know if it's as powerful as beaten. I didn't have any on hand in my in my supplements pantry. But i did have some viagra. So took viagra did blood flow restriction training. And if you're a guy or girl who wants to build muscle or maintain muscle or get more toned or save more swale without a heavyweight lifting combining blood flow restriction training with anything that's like a blood flow precursor like detain or say like sitra lean or arginine or viagra Could be a pretty good strategy for you and just for me subjectively results in my muscles being quite quite full for an extended period matter of fact i got a massage. The other night my massage therapists said dude. Your muscles feel like they've just like full of fluid almost like like edina. And it's probably because i was doing blood flow research training combined with With a visa. Dilatory agent like viagra. So you have it now. A link to that paper as well about blood flow restriction training and beaten for enhanced muscle growth in the show notes at ben greenfield fitness. Dot com slash. Four twenty eight. 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I downloaded this app that he recommended You know based on tonic skin. Much way i am always other things. how much sunny Getting and something that was really concerning was that about eighty days out of the year. Apparently nobody is out in massachusetts I was curious if you had any issues with this. Because seems like you're probably a higher. I mean Latitude than i am a great question christian and really you know. Joe jackson michigan guys. Been on the podcast before for those. You're unfamiliar with him. He's a neurosurgeon. Who had some interesting protocols. He wanted losing a lot of weight kind of dealing with his own. Obesity discovering a lot of interesting things in the process. He thinks outside the box. He's somewhat controversial in in the health world just because of some of his ideas. And honestly i think to a certain extent the way he presents some of his ideas but i think he does have some good ideas For example vitamin d vitamin d Basically you know he believes that Since we use vitamin d or use photosynthesis to make vitamin d to protect us from the higher amount of poor electron dense foods. He calls them that we might eat in the summer or win. Where near the equator that That that the idea is that the more that you're consuming say like a high carbohydrates high sugar foods or the more that you are kinda like Eating a summer type of diet. The more important that vitamin d becomes. And i mean. He's a he he's. He's pretty bullish on vitamin d. In terms of everything that does would which it. Actually you know. It's a very important hormone. It facilitates our intestinal. Absorption things like phosphorus and calcium. And so it's definitely responsible for for love our bone health If your levels are above about fifty get a blood test. That's associate with low leptin levels. Which is how it ties into his leptin protocol because leptin is a potent appetite and circadian rhythm. Regulating hormone is on adequate levels of vitamin d. And so that's why it's part of his leptin protocol which explained momentarily I it's a natural antibiotic but does it. It helps clear or help. White blood cells in clearing infections And it does that by stimulating immune cells to make this protein called catholic. Sidon in your skin and that that doesn't happen in your gut but it works win. Your skin gets exposed to uv. An infrared light which is why just supplementing with vitamin d or even arguably using something like a a transdermal vitamin d. -pointment It's not as good as like getting out in the sunshine. Vitamin d can assist with normalized. Blood pressure because it inhibits. This hormone called renan that your kidneys produce. Oh and and interestingly because in the in the summer in the warmer months we tend to eat more fruit which is high in fructose. The interesting thing is that the kidneys have to process more uric acid. When you're consuming more fructose that can lead to a higher elevation of systolic blood pressure and by having adequate vitamin d levels. You can also allow yourself to be able to process fructose better with less of a stress on the kidneys. There's some evidence that low levels. Vitamin d might be associated with the onset of heart disease in some people There's some evidence that in autoimmune diseases higher vitamin d levels might be necessary Because the gut gets broken down in people with autoimmune diseases they tend to be. Dha depleted and vitamin d can can help with basically like a leaky gut. It's like being able to strengthen the tara sites of intestinal lining to make the guts less leaky kind of like something like colostrum might do. and so. that's that's basically a lot of the arguments that jack would make about the reasons vitamin d is important. I do agree with him. That if you are eating higher carbohydrate higher fructose diet adequate exposure to sun uv. Light and infrared light can actually be protective in that environment. And similarly i personally when i travel and i'm in like Like a tropical locale with a lot of sun or even when it's summer or late spring near my own home. I'm actually okay. We're shifting to slightly higher fruit consumption. Like just in the past month as as the sun started to come out a lot more and the weather's gotten warm. I've started to put a handful of wild blueberries which arguably have a decent of fructose in them into my morning smoothie because i actually include just a few more fruits in the summer and during times of exposure to higher levels of sunlight because it allows you to adapt diet to the season and that little bit of extra vitamin d actually helps you process that. So that's part of of jack. Protocol and then in addition to hefty amounts of like cold thermo genesis and sunlight exposure and high intake of. Dha from things like shellfish and fish. He's also a big fan of making sure that you address leptin resistant and a little leptin resistance. Anybody who's gained a high amount of weight in particular and then lost that way to gentle out of yo yo dieting. They tend to have more resistance to this appetite regulating hormone leptin and to regain leptin sensitivity. Jack has has several recommendations of first of all eating breakfast as early as possible when you rise and including plenty of protein with breakfast not doing like long periods of fasting or working out in a fasted state especially right before breakfast spacing out your meals but but still eating like three meals a day and not doing an o mad one meal a day based diet And then doing a lot of darkness and kind of like making your your sleep area like cave as you get close to about one to two hours before bed also improve leptin sensitivity and and basically it's a lot of the things that you would do for enhancing your circadian with missy but it's it's in the absence of like doing a lot of fasting and facet workouts in the morning and said kind of like resetting your leptin sensitivity by getting up getting lots of light exposure eating good high protein breakfast saving any workouts. You know hard sessions etc for later on in the day when you're well fed getting a good circadian rhythm alignment for sleep particularly with respect to darkness getting adequate vitamin d and sunlight during the day. Like i talked about earlier. And and i actually agree with with a lot of jack's reasoning on a lot of these issues so whereas i think He can tend to be pretty there and a little bit controversial and kind of like dogmatic and some of his approaches. I would say like gosh. Like eighty percent of what jack says is actually pretty spot on if you actually dig into the science behind it and i see more people get get healthy optimized and lose weight and have better mighty kandahar from his type of protocols then i then i do get say like hurt his type of protocol so yeah. I'm a fan of jack and what he does and And yeah i think especially optimizing your leptin levels and optimizing your vitamin d levels have That has quite a bit of benefit. So that's where. I stand on jack. Chris i don't know if that answered your question did it was a very thorough answer I appreciate it. Thank you very much. Ben as it seems like it's what people should focus on if they are not at a Right wait and then probably should focus on Fasting and Other bio hacks and stuff like that but thank you so much. I appreciate it. Yeah no problem. And you're absolutely correct as with as with anything like let's say a strict carnivore diet or like a vegan based plant in juice cleansing protocol or a period of heavy lifting or a period of like easy sauna and massage and walking in the sunshine. You you never want to get married to one specific dietary and exercise protocol and think okay. This is working really well right now. Therefore this is exactly what i do for the rest of my life. Red like once you fix leptin sensitivities. Maybe you do try some fasting and you know early morning aerobic workouts before breakfast. And maybe he's tried two meals a day instead of three meals a day. And maybe don't beat yourself up with quite as much say coulter genesis and You know as with anything. The body responds really well to seasonal cycling too fast fee cycles heavy lifting followed by recovery periods. And so you know just never never get anybody listening and never get myopically married two to one specific protocol because the body responds really well to to fluctuations in protocols all right let's let's go ahead and to bring somebody else on either guys. How are you. Thanks for having me up price wild then you might Recognize me or no me from some of the stuff. I know about the dna company. My question is twofold actually. What are your thoughts around insulin. Sensitizing using specifically the eight hydroxy di hydro irving and then the second part is. What is the craziest biohacking that you've done. That did not work for the second part of your question. I actually get that quite a bit and I really wish. I had a better response. But i've never really Say like Messed myself up that much with just about any any bio hack. I mean like. I literally like maybe chopping my thumb off well out ice cream. Well making a healthy ice cream article. I'm i'm actually pretty pretty safe. I'm pretty cautious. I was always that kid who would like practice somersaults for like two weeks on the ground Prior to like attempting to flip on a trampoline. So that i had everything in working order and had done all my research and knew exactly how the body would like. I've always been one of those guys. Kinda like cautious to a certain extent with with just about anything. I do as far as the research even even like you know one that i caught a lot of flack for before you know people like oh wait what are you talking about. You're the guy who injected stem cells into his dick but still. I actually did a ton of research before that on. All these studies on erectile dysfunction and parolees disease in men who had gone through a similar protocol prior to putting myself healthy man without any of those issues through that you know in this case it was for for magazines article that i was working on and so even stuff. That seems like i'm kinda cowboy in a little bit. I'm actually pretty careful with a lot of this stuff. And so i. I've never broken a bone. This is the first time in my life. I've gotten stitches. I have rarely been in the hospital. I've never gotten surgery unless you count like that full body stem cell protocol. That i did so i really have not done that much to my body. I i st myself in research quite a bit and yeah i do some stuff like i. Dunno whatever sound healing protocols or energy medicine or like charging up my water with with that info pathway device that supposedly carries information from pharmaceuticals or supplements into the water. That you're drinking almost in a homeopathic way that that many people might consider to be woo unfounded by scientific evidence yet still even with that stuff if there was any hint of of extreme dangerousness or threat to myself or something might take me away from being able to protect and provide for my family. I'm actually pretty careful. And so. I can't that i've done anything that crazy again. Aside from almost chopping off my thumb cutting ice cream with a knife but the second party questions interesting di hydro brain. I talked about that. With with a with sean. Wells recently on a podcast. It's one of his favourite anti-aging supplements one of his favorite supplements overall glucose disposal agent or the gd and bear. Brain has been used in chinese and arabic medicine for decades. Actually it's quite interesting. I got interested in it when i began doing a lot of plant. Foraging around my home and discovered. I have a lot of a plant called Oregon grape extract growing near my home. And i can dig up organ grapefruit And shave off that grapefruit. And get this dark yellowish orange substance that chemically is actually quite similar to bear bring as far as glucose disposal agent. And so this stuff that you might pay sixty bucks a bottle for you at at the supplements out. I can dig up for free in my backyard. And so i'll make teasing stuff out of it. And i actually don't even use bear. Breen i for me for glucose disposal agent all use apple cider vinegar ernie like good bidders or digestif the same as you might get at a at a at a bar when i'm out eating at a restaurant and asked about a cocktail i want all often. Just ask for a selection of house bidders on ice with some soda water and a squeeze of lemon and that is a perfect like glucose disposal agent cocktail that you can have when you added a restaurant when i'm at home. I'll do something similar but usually with like apple cider vinegar and lemon in the like. And maybe some of this shaved organ group extract or in grape root extract Tincture that'll make at home. I also use kion. Lean which is a supplement that i developed For my supplements company kion which uses chromium and and bitter melon extract. Which in my own internal testing Against the diabetic drug metformin seemed to do just as good a job. Lowering my blood glucose as metformin and bear breen and as oregon grape root extract. And so you know i. It sounds like the the. What do you call it. The fox guarding the hen house from you talking about supplement that my company sells but i actually really really liked bitter melon extract as well. That's what's used in In okinawa japan for example as a bitter digestif prior to a meal to control blood sugar and then of course you know lifestyle modalities like cold thermo genesis or some burke's or good workout prior to carbohydrate heavy meal is probably one of the most really cold particularly is one of the most powerful glucose disposal agent practices. One can do in the absence of any supplements or drugs but anyways Di hydro beggaring is a very bio absorbable form of bear. Bring a beverage itself has also been shown to be comparable in in doing some of the same things that the diabetic drug metformin would do for. You helps with location meaning. It reduces the formation of a debt collection end products so you could also use it prior to a meal that might contain vegetable oils or accidentally in a snack. Pack that has a bunch of oil than you look at the label. And you're like oh crap. These chips had bunch of canola oil at them. You can take bearing that helps to reduce the formation of advanced location end products. It also helps with healthy live metabolism things like cholesterol triglycerides etc. Problem is bear brain has to be converted by your gut. Bacteria in to die beveren k. Dider bring that gets oxidized. Bear bring after gets absorbed in your intestines. So when you supplement with di hydro bring it sidesteps rate limiting step of microbial reduction and what you get is an approximate fivefold increase. Absorption of die. Hyderabad breen compared to bear breen and studies animal studies admittedly but studies nonetheless. Demonstrate that die. Hyderabad marines like four times more effective than bear breen. L. reducing body fat and improving glucose tolerance at a dosage of about one hundred and fifty milligrams taken twice a day. So i be. Because i i have all these other things i believe it or not. Get keen on. Lean for free from my own company had beverage not a staple in my own protocol. But it's certainly one that is an effective glucose disposal agent and i think way better than dearborn so it fits into your protocol. I certainly think that it's something that That that can be quite good for for variety of different needs. So so yeah. I liked ahead rebecca brain and maybe to answer your second part. I should just get it. And and take like four times as much as is recommended and then develop some kind of a a bloody bowel disorder. And that way. I'll have a response to the second part of your question. That's a little bit sexier than than cutting ice cream with a knife but anyways great question bryce. Hey thanks for all. You do agree. It set festival. Then i have a friend in the audience who recommended me to join the room. Fence had never heard of you onto this until this room and a lot over to share. Now i would like to ask a question based on your beer for clues training experiments. You had done so my question is as we know. The protein synthesis on satellite cell formation to happens workouts. But have you ever. In your experiments tried combining before training with be hydroxy mitchell bhutto rate or liquid h. m. b. And what did you find with those effects. 'cause i have tested those two and i like to see if you had something similar. Jeez you guys are asking me some pretty pretty smart questions. I have not combined. Hnb with blood flow restriction training but h. Hnb's is interesting. I mentioned in a podcast a couple of years ago a study that combined. The supplement h. m. b. a. Beta hydroxy beta methyl beauty rate is what that is With with atp for pretty significant enhancements in gains in strength and lean muscle mass and it may work quite similarly when combined or stacked with creating so h m b. is gonna get formed naturally when your body breaks down amino acids particularly the amino acid Losing and and that has honestly you know again. I feel like. I'm being self promotional here. But but it's kind of influenced my decision to just continue to take on me knows rather than adding hnb into a strength training or a muscle gain type of protocol but h does have decent evidence behind it for being able to assist with with muscle gain or muscle maintenance when combined particularly with atp were creating. It seems to work much better. But i mean if you're getting adequate amounts of amino acids particularly loosing it's questionable whether you actually need to to supplement with extra h. m. b. I suppose if you are on a calendar to diet or restricting protein that hnb might be a way to do that with even fewer calories even though something like essential amino acids don't have that many calories in anyways it also might be interesting for the purposes of reducing muscle-wasting. You know we're we're muscle. Atrophy might be accelerated such as during bed. Rest or cancer or something like that In the dosage ranges about one two three grams or so for that kind of like anti catholic effect usually take about a half hour forty five minutes before workout to allow the blood levels to to build up. And i'm in and it does have some some pretty pretty decent effects on that. And i i would say that again like if you're protein restricted not getting enough amino acids you want to build muscle Or or calorie straighten fasting one build muscle. Hmv combined with creating native or or or the use of just like a hefty amount of essential amino acids could be something. That would help you out. In that case it's not like top of my totem pole as far supplements go nor have i really combined it with something. Like blood flow restriction training particularly. Because i'm i'm just kind of noodling here about the mechanism of action. You know unlike detain which i talked about earlier viagra and he blood flow recruit precursor. It's going to assist with the cellular swelling that you get from blood flow restriction training h. m. is going to work more to reduce the rate of muscle breakdown and considering that with blood flow restriction training the mechanism of action via which you're building muscle is not muscle breakdown as much as muscle swelling and accumulation of metabolites. I'm not quite sure. Those two really logically. Mary as the best kind of workout stack. But i don't know have you tried it. Dr mehdi perfect. Because i actually ran an experiment with a person who had like never worked out before intensively. But what we did was because research has also that cruzan training combined with regular heavyweight conventional workout amplifies that cruising training results right so using inclusion trading as finisher versus using inclusion churning alone right So like you just said. H is for muscle a healings. The recovery process the the protein synthesis. So what we did was combined creating h. m. b. and conventional heavyweight a weight. And what we would do would be. We'll train him for strength. Twenty five percent of the workout will train him for hypertrophy The remaining twenty five percent of the workout and then the last fifty percent would go into collusion training. Right where we'll try to really get that. Blood flow restriction on metabolic accumulated and then at the end know the hmo and recovery process so trying to combine all three elements in these three levels. We found a very very promising results. I was also wondering it was really nice. Hearing you say combined with team because this is really the the key if you are combining heavyweight workouts because we lack full disclaimer. I'm part of like a collision trine company. Where we're the world's first integrated safely in clothing so you don't have to wrap turn kids around limbs and so on who were doing it due to that testing a new product that he's safe for because a lot of people are using your mom's palatis bands around vital accelerate arteries right. Yeah so we're trying to make it safe for public but definitely combining it with heavyweight workout. We found advert where this was this was significantly. Better studies show as well. That's interesting. I have a few quick thoughts and then and then i think we're going to take one more question first of all Sophia you should get dr metis contact details and having reach out to me because i actually would like to get my hands on on the research studies doing and perhaps even linked to it from the show notes so that we can. We can have an shows. People want explore with. Dr media's doing in terms of research and hnb b. research second. That's a brilliant idea to be able to develop some type of clothing or Something that allows people to more safely effectively quickly Do what a lot of people complain about when it comes to be if our training which is two things a takes a long time to put everything on and know if you're doing it right in terms of the straps and be Some people get nervous that the straps are too tight too loose. How do you adjust them and granted. These japanese cots. Who training devices. Allow you to very precisely dial in the millimeters of mercury. That is around each joint yet. Those are also for some people. Prohibitively expensive in the last thing is the idea of you. Working a blood flow restriction training. And you can also get my contact details from sofia fill. Fill me in on this this suit or this clothing developing. Because i'm i'm very interested in that i wasn't aware that was being developed. But it reminds me of another interesting thing that those of you listening in who are into exercising. Actually like and. It's right at the same alley that i've been messing around with and it's incredible. Many of you are familiar with electrical muscle stimulation training and there's a company called catalyst that has produced a suit. And you just pull on this suit and ties to an ipad and a trainer on your ipad walks you through a full electrical muscle stimulation workout without you having to put all these electrodes on and everything. Because they're embedded within the suit. There's no wires so you're not messing around with all these wires as you're trying to exercise and do athletic movements and it is like i've i've got my hands on a unit two weeks ago i've done four workouts with it. It's a little bit. Soreness inducing because electrical muscle stimulation kind of bypasses presses. Your brain is the central governor and causes the muscles including muscles. You may not have used much in the past to contract with a great deal of force so you wind up being sore afterward because using a lot of muscles in training lot of muscles you might not have otherwise trained But it's also really really interesting in terms of the endorphin. Release that you get. Afterwards in terms of how it like. Blood flow restriction training can be combined with with other lifting modalities or cardiovascular training modalities and so that this kind of sounds like it like it falls in that same alley also makes me wonder if if like the exercise suit of the future is an exercise muscle stimulation suit that's line with electrodes stimulate the muscles. That also lead flow restricts the muscles as your training and gosh that that would be an interesting stack. Maybe that's on eventually eventually related to bryce questions. How how how. I'm gonna kill myself with with with some type of bio hack. So anyways though. Yeah so i get my information or or give. Dr mehdi my contact details. And if he sends over that study and stuff we can put that in the show notes and and he can feel more on this suit that he's developing so all wonderful things very cool all right. Well let's let's take. Let's take one more question. What's up mike. I'm doing good thanks. It's interesting you thought about that. I'm doing a right now. I actually i have a bit need at a municipal operation had ten years ago. Opium you trouble. Ever since i've been doing lately doing a vietnam using the kite. Sue and i'm using russian stem and doing like fifteen minutes. I do like once sometimes even twice a day less six weeks in no question about it. It's it's definitely helped miami. I found a couple of studies on now. Thin just would must stay with restrictions. Shall i definitely be the just said. Yeah cords it's it's definitely good for that. So what's your question man now. I wasn't really a question. I just i just chimed in. I follow what you stop. The united podcast all productive in breach gate. Everything you i'm fifty eight. I've been up fitness trainer. I've owned voted gym for over thirty years. So i thought i follow me. Do you shop nice. And you've got a great accent was texas california now nation. New york wanted. Yeah i'm i'm i'm i'm joking. That's a pretty pretty unmistakable bronx accent. I hope that's an adequate. I'm not sure. I love it all right. Well let's let's go ahead and we can toss in one other quick questioner. Hello yeah was above a what's been met. You are a few times at a payload affects for years excited to talk to you and i'll preface this with. I know this is not medical advice. Show or but i. I'm a type one diabetic. But i went from doing some triathlons that to having a pacemaker. If you were to have a pacemaker. I have two questions. If you're gonna have a pacemaker. What would be some of the tax that you could do. Because i know i can't do. P. e. m. f. and stuff like that just because of magnetic fields and the other thing is with the pacemaker. Can i test my heart rate very very ability or does that just kind of throw it off of that. Yeah y- it will. It will definitely impair signaling to what are called your your sino atrial node. Pacemaker cells you actually have your own built in pacemaker cells in your heart and if you're stimulating those with the pacemaker in any of your inner hiv data similarly. If you're on like a beta blocker or calcium channel inhibitor as a medication it's going to impair the results that you get. And you probably should not be relying on heart rate variability as kind of like the primary way to assess things like recovery intensity during exercise etcetera simply because the pacemaker is is is basically interacting with the essay node of the heart in the way that the vagus nerve is supposed to be in. So it's something that. Be careful without. I would also with pacemakers. Usually in the hearts begin the vagus nerve. I would really be focusing on ways that you can really improve. Vegas nerve tone. So vaguely nerve tone. Is it just the activity of the vagus nerve. An increase in the bagel nerve tone is going to activate the paris pathetic nervous system higher bagel tone typically means. Your body can relax faster after stress but also means you. Can you can kind of modulate the balance between the sympathetic and the parasitic nervous system. Better by improving bagel tone. And you know some of the things. We've already talked about like culture genesis for example and mega three fatty acids or high dha intake. That's great for bagel tone. So as meditation so is like chanting singing. We we can. We can meet bob for now. Just one i'm getting into this Chanting singing humming gargling diaper. Matic breath work. Even things like socializing and laughing regular massage therapy exercise particularly aerobic exercise. All of that really helps to improve vaghul nerve tone and those are all things that i would be Thinking about doing As far as as a exercising with a pacemaker senior writer. I'm not a doctor and and you really need to make sure you listen to your doctor's advice when it comes to exercising with pacemaker. I i would definitely be aware of your exercise environment. I think a lot of people with a pacemaker are not aware of the effects that things like not just high-voltage power lines but even like a home that's full of smart appliances microwave ovens tv's electrical generators etc. They're not as big of an issue is like you know high-voltage power lines or things like that but i would kind of like try to mitigate. Emf in your personal environment as much as you can. Because is going to influence. Calcium influx into the cells including the pacemaker cells in the heart and i would just kind of Bear that stuff in mind. So i would. I would go low enough. I would pay attention to your your vaguely nerve tone as far as your actual exercise intensity you know rather than using heart rate or heart rate variability guys you you can use breath and rating of perceived exertion and you know you you may also as i recommend a lot of people do and i've got a big podcast on heart health coming up with dr steven husky. Who just wrote a great book called understanding heart which might be right up. Your alley bob High intensity interval training especially people with preexisting heart issues or calcium deposition in the heart or even heart. Pacemaker issues. They they really don't seem to respond well to voluminous endurance training or high intensity interval training verses A couple of elements. I really liked for people with heart. Issues would be following the advice of a guy like dr dogma gov and using more like a super slow body by science esque approach to weight training. Which would involve super slow sets of like thirty seconds up thirty seconds down for one set to failure for each body part or each each general move like a chess press. Press pull down ro leg press and then also low level rubik training with someone. Someone who who's concerned about heart health might do say like on you know we're we're going to split it into days of the week you might have one day that is all say like sauna coal thermo genesis walking in the sunshine and then the next day might be a sauna kaltourma genesis super slow training and and that might be higher alternate. You know monday. Wednesday friday tuesday thursday saturday and sunday might be a big breath work session and massage right and so that's what you could piece together kind of like an exercise program. That would be really really good for the heart and especially in people with pre existing cardiovascular conditions allow for fitness maintenance without lot of risk while also working in a lot of the things that are actually good for the heart and good for blood pressure like super slow training like low intensity aerobic training like sauna like called like sunshine. If you're able to do those walks and bare feet. You're wearing shoes. That are grounded or earth getting a little bit of grounding or earth effects of the electrical potential that the earth can help with regarding your heart and so. That's kind of kind of like how you just things based on on heart health in general And then you know. Ems mitigation would also be important along with a lot of those other things that can help to improve vehicle nerve tone. And that's where i'd start. And i'm honestly super excited about this. Podcast i have coming up with stephen hussy because we're going to geek out for for a while about his book understanding the heart and that might be a good one feed to pick up and read as well bob it again. It'd probably right up your alley when it comes to heartfelt so i hope i hope that's helpful to a certain extent again not medical device not doc but those are some things i think about at least and you know what i guess. I guess. That's probably almost all the time that we have today. It was kind of weird doing this. Without my usual podcast sidekick jt wiles but we made it through nonetheless without all the witty banter and with me. Just kind of talking. My asa often take some questions from you guys. So here's the deal is as we wind up on a close here again. When this podcast comes out all the show notes are going to be at ben. Greenfield fitness dot com slash. Four twenty eight as bengals witnessed dot com slash. 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NBA Draft, Trade rumors, Zion, Flacco fuss, Blazers as underdogs?

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

1:05:47 hr | 2 years ago

NBA Draft, Trade rumors, Zion, Flacco fuss, Blazers as underdogs?

"All right. I'm Jason lot. That's Marcellus Wiley that do Esser other great suit. My man I want to speak for yourself. The most fairly show. It's more coming up. We'll tell you people are seriously underestimating the trailblazers against Golden State. We start today with the NBA draft Zion Williamson wishes he could return to do. So do I if dumbest thing in basketball, the biggest obstacle preventing the NBA from gaining ground on the NFL is the association's failure to figure out a way to keep its youngest talent in college for three or four years. The one done rule is bad business for the NBA and the college game letting kids go straight from high school to the Lee is even worse business no-one dislikes NCW amateurs more than me my desire to see future Zion. Stay in school has nothing to do with keeping amateurism in place, my desire to see the NBA financially reward. It's best prospects to stay in college for multiple years. I want more zion's prospects who arrive in the NBA already ratings driving hope-inspiring TV stars tonight. The whole does most compelling draft lottery since the two thousand and three LeBron James sweepstake, the NBA draft used to be a big deal every year before kids skip school altogether. And now just spend one year in college building the brand Zion is the rare prospect excited enough to generate three years of hype in one season at Duke, and even he'd prefer another year in school. I mean this hundred for sale in our savers. If I could come back for a second year and play I would be and Duke was. It was a dream. Come true. This year my life. This is not reality. We live. The NBA needs to change that reality you grow better players in college. It's a superior training ground than the end of an MBA bench Geely. It's no coincidence that Steph curry Damian, Lillard, CJ McCollum and Klay Thompson all spin at least three years in college. College is where you learn how to compete how to put the teen goals ahead of individual goals. Like NFL players NBA players should be developed in college the guys selected at the top of the NFL draft are expected to come in and help with team win right away. There isn't one rookie plane for the Trail Blazers warriors raptors or bucks, Portland's that Collins is the loan twenty one year old who get any minister in the conference finals there these nineteen and twenty year old babies the NBA allow into their league have absolutely zero to do with winning. It's a waste of money. It would be smarter to give trae young the Atlanta rookie a two million dollar. Check. On this year's draft night for staying in college an extra year you realize before this past season. The only time the missed the playoffs was when he was a teenager learning. The pro game creating more zions should be the NBA goal not being fair to a handful of kids who can score meaningless buckets while finishing puberty. All right. Joined the desk now is NBA champion and non college player. Stephen Jackson and Yahoo sports NBA insider, Chris aides are myself. Would would prospects plane longer in college improve the NBA? For meanness a hundred percent there. Fuck good with. I would say no the year was the coup car because. Nobody forcing your LeBron. He'll want to get them book is to college for free another year. It's amazing that these guys get caught up to the noise, and they listened to to the point where they actually got a sale something to the noise when in reality this is for you Zion. This was your best year ever. You know, why? Because it was your last great year. Guess what? Next year is going to be even better, brother. You're gonna get that check. You'll get that opportunity and you because you're gonna go to a sorry team is gonna get an opportunity to go out there and make it even greater year. So why limit yourself in this capacity? I'm still going to class. But what I went to either. These smart people don't even go to class extra times. I believe Zahn. You don't owe. But get to my point what should the NBA header if the kids stayed longer and call it trying to with them jokes now. Hale. No. Even go the none in dawn's because we know that that list LeBron K, Kevin Garnett Kobe, Tracy McGrady John champs. He was back. This talk about the one and keep it apples to apples Zion. And there's a little full screen here to support this. Now, the Kevin Durant Serik roses carry urban. I picked their first receivers to make match up to what they would have given the collegiate level versus what they gave twenty five twenty twenty twenty one guys hit the ground running. And it's not an anomaly to see a guy hit the ground running those numbers support that and even more. So to my point you can't get the toothpaste back in the to the branding is out in terms of when you see a roster in college and his juniors and seniors first thing you think about is what on ain't good enough to go pro yet. So now, you're going to try to rebrand the upperclassmen it's cleats level. You can't do it. Take you to the pros and get that money. Yeah. I didn't realize coast K was kicked out of school. I'd say shoop on the one hundred before I go any further. What makes you believe that he truly meant what he said, he please. There's no other reason to say why does. No, there's no there's no upside to saying that he truly believes like a lot of guys look man, the lack of responsibility for a lot of people is the key to happiness and having a job is responsibility. Played in college having fun plan thirty thirty five games year. That's that's that's a cake life or guy like Zion. If you plan to do or somebody's major colleges, it can be fun may not be as financially rewarding. But it can be. I think it's all talking points in the recruiting points for. Going there to stay and all that. But please. Nobody's forcing you. Could. You could go back. Go back. Look, I'll say this. We talked about. Yes, it will improve the value of the NBA. It would it would if you're allowing guys to come in stay three years of college two-three because they will be more developed, but look, I'm a firm believer. I know most people would agree with me colleges. If everybody I firmly believe that I believe we ever supreme skill should be allowed to get at boys over there. That's over our we'll get there. But no. But usually go back to the Patrick Ewing days Charles blocking those guys stay I get it. But also what we have to understand their the chances of injury occurring that can I can occur causing you not able to reap your full financial benefits. That is that is that is something they have to weigh considerably. Listen. I I agree with that. I'm for the NBA financially compensating guys because I think it's better than having guys. Trae young put up a bunch of meaningless buckets in Atlanta, this she ain't contributed nobody winning nothing. And none of these young guys really are the game would be better. If the players again, I'm not talking about what's right or wrong. I've seen saying with the game be better if they were trained up in college and sent to the NBA as men where he was saying the same thing about trae as you're saying about Ben Simmons when he wanted I respect, but you're not saying the same thing had set out his rookie year for one. He's still wanted. Brooke a year, and it was meaningless it was so same thing trae. So if you if you going to be on the team play your best, and if you get individual, that's only you but to ask you a question, I feel like I would rather come out in the NBA and go out house going struggle. Then have to sit there and make a hop Poseidon video to bring make the biggest thing like, I enjoy communists. I I would rather just go straight to the NBA. Now like, you said some people may con- it some people's not I'm I wasn't made for college. And I wish I would've went to college to be honest because the cards I signed with end up winning NASA championship my freshman year. And I and I ended up I was strong enough to go to overseas and bounce around to get back to the NBA. Everybody's. Not built like that. So it depends on the person to me stat. Here's what I just wanted to come out of your player mindset. And just pretend you're the owner of an NBA team. You just want the value of your Lee to go up. Would you not admit the game was better served by more experienced players coming into the NBA a lot of these young guys just sucking minutes. They they not really contributing to the overall health of the game until these guys get to be twenty one twenty two twenty three years old. If a scout goes and picks a player, that's not ready. That's on the scout. You can't blame the kid for taking opportunity kids are drafted off potential. Not if they were drafted off who can help us win next year a lot of these other than Zion. A lot of these guys will be going allot lower in the draft. Yeah. But you know, I always go back to the AT. Oh, if you if you can go to war at eighteen he's able to put RAFI family. They. You know, what's weird though, looking at the list of the people that you're using the support your argument when we talk about Steph, and clay Lillard and McCollum only Lillard hit the ground running. And there's a close version to what he is. Now, if you look at Steph, it took them two year for clay year four you talk about CJ McCullough gear three none of those guys, and they stayed in college. And then they came in NBA, and it's a different world. It's a different level. So to stay in college. You still got to make the adjustment. You still gotta get up to the next level. You think about all the people trying to get in the NBA that window a small you get hurt or anything can happen guys. Trying to take his day. Let's move onto this. I believe Zion LIAM's is a can't miss prospect. I think he's in the same boat, not quite LeBron. But in that same boat as LeBron James, do you feel zion's can't miss? Now, LeBron once you say LeBron I'm off like I'm in a different conversation. 'cause LeBron is top five. If you're hater. He's top three. Probably if you really looking at basketball and giving it really his proper value. You can be great. You could be amazing. You can be excellent. You could be Anthony Davis is Anthony Davis top fifty all time. Some would say, no, we'll say maybe Surjit to that place. But the point is a perennial all-star is still not LeBron the Browns another echelon in the future hall of famers. He's in that private room that most can't get into. So to say he's going to be like LeBron so many lead and tells the patient is the same height, then -ticipant, but you talking about in the Bronx where he has finished at when the Brian came into the league everybody was like, oh my God. He's going right. He's gonna take you don't have that saying, I don't I don't even know he's a finesse bully ball player. He doesn't play bully ball. But he has the ability to, but he's a finesse style player. I don't see Roark. I manned polished. He does he's. He's I on as the face of the NBA over the next. No, you still got Katie you got Steph curry, you got a lot of guys about immediately. But I'm talking about when I say Cam media star. But immediately he's going to be a star. But I'm saying you don't think five years from now he's going to be the top player in the league and the face of league. I don't why not I just feel like. His talent is already to the point where he's almost recess peak. He can learn how to shoot and he can lose some weight. But as far as anything else, he's athlete, and I've seen a lot of guys that come in the game that can jump real explosive if they don't add onto their game. They stay the same their whole career. When athlete loses athleticism. He really doesn't have anything to his game. So if you can ask them stuff, maybe, but as of now, I don't see I wouldn't I wouldn't meet personally, I wouldn't call him a can't miss prospect. I will call him a pass over prospect at the number one because I think whoev- whoever passes if they pass all him at number one. Then that owner that GM is going to be ridiculed for life of this guy ends up turning out to be. Yeah. You've gotta draft them just from that. Like, even if you waffling like John Miranda had him on my podcast last week. Even if you're waffling between those two you gotta go with Zion. Just because you know, people like yourself and everybody else believe he's going to be the next libra. I don't know. I don't know to me. I knew the Brown was going to be a star. I did. I don't know. What view I know he has to potential. I knew he has the tools it's something we've never seen before. But I'm not so bad same. I'm not sold. He's going to be a squirrel up and help me out with this in. How did you feel about light? And I know this is years ago when you were just a baby or maybe not even alive when Charles Barkley came into the league, I was three did you not think he was going to be? I wanna say, okay. Maybe the guy won't be LeBron or Jordan. But you telling me you don't feel comfortable. This is going to be as good as Charles Barkley like this is not going to be the number one draft pick. And we're looking at it. And like all the candy. There's not going to be that. We understand you're going to be a star. But we don't know how you gonna go. You know, why I think there's two forces that have happened in. Now, then happened when bark you came out Barclay if you look at roster from number six to nine that played in MBA, Dan, they weren't the same talent level is what you see right now the athleticism. It was a different talented in. So a guy like bark we can come out there and bully his way because it wasn't the most talented guys collectively athletic more now shoot. Okay. He's home. Sad sued them. Yeah. You know bark is amazing all levels, but it was an easier situation to walk into Turgeon athleticism playing that card you play that car. Now, you in a with a lot of people now get because I watched Andrew Wiggins is going around right now with his mix tape from high school and social media pressure with the likes and clicks. And how big you are in that presence has really allow people to start saying people are greater than they are. Lebron even have social media influence when he came out. It was just like. He was on the cover sl right now. If you wanna come on Instagram, look like so he's coming in with a different presence and pressure that I think is kind of hyping them up a little more. Maybe he can live. I just see a body. That's going to get better. I believe the guy's gonna get in better shape. I believe his first step for guy. His size is amazing. I think he puts it on the floor better than people give him credit for. I think he plays with an energy and a ferociousness in a joy and a passion that's going to overwhelm the NBA. I see a better Charles Barkley. But but again, I I may be wrong y'all see something different. We're the only thing that I want to see is in college. He was able to jump over and over Powell everybody, you won't be able to do that every night in the NBA guys. Just as just as strong as he won't be able to do that. Now where he died when guys compete in knocking down you got to see all this stuff as a young guy. We we can say he's gonna lose weight. He's gonna get into all that because he's going to be an NBA system. But. When you get knocked down. He's going to get up the first time, you miss four or five sides is he gonna shoot again, you're gonna be we got to see him grow. I the hype is their hype is there when you compare to LeBron Kevin Durant coming into the hype is there, but that's what I can relate to because I remember LeBron, Katie. But you knew they were going to come in. And you knew that I don't know that like, I don't know that was I don't go on some people look. I look his physical makeup. He's six really six six. I'll say that. Yeah. He really about six six what position? I know. We're we're in a position this game right now. But there's a lot of question marks more with him than we have with Katie LeBron guys who came into the league. That's it. I'm not saying I don't know what he's going to be by just know that there's too much pressure placed on that pick to pass on it number one. We know he's going to be a point God like God. What do you say that Stephen? Oh you around. Jack, Chris aides or back do that. I'm now for. Let's move to the Western Conference finals where the warriors will be without Kevin Durant for game one nine against the blazers. But Las Vegas doesn't seem to care with Steph and company opening at seven and a half point favorites over Portland, obviously, we know what even a short handed warriors team is capable of. But Portland has been a popular darkhorse this season and just pulled off a clutch winning game seven on the road. I think this line is ridiculous. Yeah. And as you insinuated yesterday Marcellus it brought me out of my off my gambling ban Falk. I I had to hop on this line. Yeah. I had to hop on. I'm I'm going to have is too many play. I actually think Portland is gonna win tonight. I think Golden State felt like they won the NBA championship last week when they beat Houston, and they're going to be a little off tonight. I mean, look Golden State has to have a little issue with the way that they won that Houston series without Durant. That's not sustainable. This is real. Who's going to be shocked if if Portland wins tonight, and I guess pulls off the upset Igwe dollar went out there. Hear what five threes, he ain't did essence to down thirteen Shaun Livingston head double digits, and that's his January. They got plenty of lymph in depth in Portland to stars neutralize without K D on both sides. I'm not shocked not surprised at all Portland wins. I don't believe in all that under and over. I was on the AC that'd be the one seat and they had as bad as getting beat four and getting blown out every game. We believed we believe team. So I don't really believe in all that. When you have a guy like Damon CJ they come into play. I know Steph has land sleep and he's waking up Danny town. I know Damon's Whitman cook and the chef they thinking about each other trust me it's going to be a good game. I don't think it's going to be a blow out either way. I think all these guys would come to play the had to say this again Brookefield would be in the Bill showing they will there. There's so much disrespect when it comes to the blazin their chance in this series. I was I was looking at scrolling through the late the late. Great marseils Wylie's, Instagram bakery. This what he pulls. This is a good one though. If Miller goes off against the warriors the same way. He did. It gets. Okay. See while McCollum plays like he did in game seven against Denver and the blazers supporting cast gives it absolute all I can definitely see the warriors winning for. Awesome. That was good. That was this was quite alva-. Tell you right now Dame's ready for this. Yes, sir. Dame is ready for this. Now. I hope everybody else on his team is ready for him. Like, I know Damian I spoke with him. He's locked in. I know CJ's lock their, you know, my my only issue is just collectively. Is there enough right there to get four games in a seven game series against one of best teams ever. I don't know. But look if there's something special to be had there's something special that can be accomplished this year. I wouldn't dismiss them. I wouldn't dismiss Portland. I don't think that Golden State to just tonight a motionlessly after what they accomplished the Houston. And all this celebrate and they've been doing and now sitting here. They're going to miss K D for at least this game. And maybe the first two games. I just don't think that's what they tapped into to beat Houston to make up for Katie. I don't think they can just tap back into it against Portland. And so I think they're actually going to kind of relax and be when Katie that's when we go handle the series. I disagree. They professionals they champions, they know what's at stake. I don't think Steve Kerr and my Bronco these guys come out and their egg this first game. They don't come on be ready play one thing about it. I know Steph, and clay, they know they better we Katie when it feel good going. I hit ninety nine out. They're not gonna really get off. They really thinking that and Stephanos going to be a lot of times where he's going to be matched up on day. So he got to be ready to play this same like last series where they just pick picking pick. And and force you to guard guys you have to go Dame because the way match setup. So it's going to be interesting to me and tell me this Jack's they're two different mindsets. One is we're not gonna have Katie for the rest of the series Houston. Okay. We good now. There's another one. Where is looming? He's coming back. But we don't know when exactly does that mess with your psyche. No. Because like I said these guys professors dating thing about Katie right now, we got a job to do right now. When we come back. That's fine. We didn't want a championship without. And we know how to win why? If he comes back, then that'd be a plus. But let's just take care of business and not worrying about him. No issue with the cameras. No, you can't you can't at this point. Here's my question for for Chris in you Jack about Dame Lillard and Utah his hometown his city. They all going to be in the house. But can't he get too emotionally caught up? Could this be too much intensity focused passion this trying to go back to the bay and win their can they work the other way as well? Well, I think it's going to be different this time because he's had experience in big games and going to stay in the playoffs and the regular season. He asked what he points the last time he played there. I think the way he played in that first series and the way he was able to realize his game and how much energy you used in. The first reason was able to step back and let his his partner win the second series form. I think they're. Focused and I think he's going to lock in. He's going to be a different name the series. I think they play these three or four times a year. If you look out on how to step so me on top of my hair right now. But believe he's averaging close to thirty or thirty plus thirty plan plan against the war is throughout his career. He's all right. He's going to be able to have that like damn Dame is a different dude, man. Like, he's a different cat. Like this guy. Really feels like the way the world is against him. All these is like he's seeing everybody. I trust him. I know he's gonna come to play. I'm not doubt him. I just team to see. Got to see all those guys who knows to disappear we talking about mohawk. Lisa a meter last year. So that when you and you brought up that college one of youngest God got it. Depend on hill. I'm concerned. He does. With lock. And while he joined now by FOX NFL analyst, Mark Larry former Pro Bowl linebacker quell Jackson. Are let's move to Denver. We're John Elway. And the Broncos continue their search for a franchise quarterback in this year's draft taking Missouri's drew lock early in the second round. But the veteran quarterback they traded for earlier in the off season. Joe flacco just made it clear. He's not interested in easing the rookies. Transition to the NFL. Listen, I got so many things to worry about I'm trying to go out there and play good football. I'm trying to go out there and play the best football my life. So as far as time constraint and all that stuff. You know? I'm not worried about developing guys or any of that that is what it is. And like I said, I hope he does develop. But I don't look at that as my job. My job is to go win football games for this football team. Well, flat goals remarks had some people upset including hall of Famer Kurt Warner who tweeted, quote, I don't understand all the quarterback saying their job is to be a mentor to young quarterbacks coming. Into the organization in what part of life, family, business, sports, etc. Do you enter where you say, I'm not here to do everything. I I'm capable of to make us better, including helping the next generation. I happened. I formerly agreed with Kurt Warner. But I'd like to Joe flacco explanation a lot. And I thought he said it is concisely and clearly as possible, and I must say the different way. But hey, John Elway hired me to win games and because van wilder and these guys want to win right now. And so I'm really not here to develop drew lock for the future. Yeah. I made the transition. I was conflicted at first I actually played under the mindset, Kurt Warner. We're talking about then I realized after that experience the hell am I thinking like I'm over here. Helping guys graduate to one day take my job. So once again, another issue curry story when keeping it real gold wrong. Flacco is going here smoke when he's telling you the exact truth about a non-guaranteed climate, which we play in a fill. So the guy is PTO. D? He just let Baltimore and got shipped out of town from quarterback who couldn't even throw like big about that I helped a guy who can't even take my job now McGhee here with somebody who can throw and I'm about the help him to no way. So I'm with Joe flacco on this one hundred percent, unfortunately. That's the hard stance of the NFL. Sometimes you hit these horror stories about guys not wanting to help you. But you know, I look at you. When I signed my contract with the Cleveland Browns and the colts in fine print. I did not find anywhere. Where told me, you know, what I had to be a leader. I had to you know, help other men I had to do all the intangible things to help my team win. But I wanted to in my opinion, it's either in you or not and as a leader, I took it upon myself as a veteran to help these young guys who have overcome how many obstacles that get to this point. Now, they're living out their dream. And if I'm gonna position to help them. That's just what I'm gonna do. And I think ultimately I think Joe flacco was in a dark place right now. Because when I help those younger guys it was because I had the confidence in my ability of how I prepare for the game. How took care of my body how eight and all these great things. I think he's in a dark place right now from from confidence stand point to where he doesn't feel like he can help the guy beside him because he feels like his job is in jeopardy. I look at. I look I off explain to me what. Mentoring is what is your responsibility as a player because I want to help everybody. Absolutely hell I wanna to help my team. I want to do all those things. I have enough confidence to believe I can tell you everything I know about football. You can't beat me because there's nobody tougher than me. And there's nobody from the neck up that's going to be smarter than me when it comes to playing the game. So I look at Joe flacco you didn't sign Josh mccowan. You didn't sign a middle of June quarterback to mentor young guy until the buy week. That's not what you sign him for signing him to be a starter. And this does not mean that Joe flacco isn't going to help the kid if the kid asks him questions, you know, what I believe it's incumbent upon a young player to come in and be mentor d- to wanna be mentor. D- right. I believe it's your responsibility to come in there. And to study what the professionals do. And then ask questions and be prepared clarify your point though, Mark should Joe flacco want to minute has gone up. Joe flacco he doesn't have to come in. It's not his responsibility to grow the kid up. It's the kids responsibility to to be a professional to understand the game. And then to ask the questions that are appropriate. Joe flacco won't withhold information. Heck, I talked to I talked to Lamar Jackson. Joe? Flacco was great. I did a game at the end of the year for Baltimore. He was great. Joe? Flacco was great Lamar Jackson. But you know, what? Joe flacco. Couldn't do. He couldn't talk about running the option. He couldn't say, hey, you know, what you feather that defensive end out a little bit. And then cut up view Joe flacco had no knowledge of that offense. Yeah. You know? It was great to him though. Here's the thing to quail. I wanna push back a little bit because I don't wanna cut out from a position of comfort. I think sometimes appear broadcasters used to play the game we could sound like that you play linebacker. You play old line. They got eight nine linebackers on the squad. They carry nine low quarterbacks they carry in today's in a field to Britain. So we took a whole different dynamic in that position. Right. And then if you look at it mentoring sounds amazing when it comes out of your mouth. But if you notice what you're also saying, you always talk a level down look at you every time, you said mentoring young guys, you ask security you talking about all the new gun not necessarily. I'm mentoring. Doesn't want to be helped. I get that. We can all we can all who's a real threat for you. That's what I'm talking about. Joe flacco look at the puts it that's a position of comfort. Joe flacco has played in. Meaning plenty meaningful football games. He's won a Super Bowl. He's made a ton of money. But yet still he's he's still feels threatened by this guy. I I agree with your point Mark. He's going to as a veteran. You're gonna come in and go to work where your hard hat. It's up to the younger gas to understand. Okay. How do I improve myself when I was a young guy. I had William mcginnis in our locker room, and guess what? Hey, man, how do you? How do you play in a league as long as she did? How do you take care of your body? I ask those questions. So it opened the door for more veterans to come and give me all their knowledge would him coming out and saying it it kind of I had to sit back a bills. You don't have to say it just go out and do it and those things are kind of naturally organically happen. But I've been in this position before too. I walked in lock boost miffed there, I'm a second round or same kind of situation. He's older veteran not threatened. But it. Same time. He's like one I got to see if you good enough to even mentor through to do you want to be mid tour, and what kind of relationship can we establish, but before that Brucie were towing tripping on you? I am not a good thing or bad thing. Like didn't exist into our saw something in you. And then we established to flacco just basically saying I've got a lot on my plate. And it ain't the second round right now. Like if he was just we could deal with that. As mean, his his comments were true to heart is very fair it one hundred percent, and it is you know, what he has got so much on his plate, and he's trying to reestablish himself. As a quarterback, maybe not an elite quarterback whatever that next level of quarterback is he's trying to reestablish his career. So. That's so many things that you're trying to do in alternately. Like, you said, he's got von Miller. He's guys out there. Chris here's junior to get him re-signed these guys out there. Emmanuel sanders. They have got guys that that wanna win that haven't had an opportunity with they're bringing him in there for that opportunity. Like, it's not his job. It's the it's the young players job to me to be worth mentally and to understand. And I say this all the time I say this to my son all the time when he became a professional baseball player. Just because you play a pro sport doesn't make you professional. You've got to learn how to be a professional and it's not Joe flacco 's he's not diaper changing. That's not his job right now. But, you know, this nobody is bitter mentor to my main right here right ankle, Jimmy Darnell. But you noticing level like he always. Wiley, Stephen Jackson, and Mark slur at the back time just anti-social man Dardanelle Smith. I like the way we should hold on. I got some beef Marcellus last segment. What do it's on my own with my level? Today dying. I Joe flacco now me. Wasn't poppet solve an NBA. We're thirty four years ago. The Knicks won the nights eighty five NBA draft lottery. The first of its kind that went on the Dr Patrick human with that pick. And soon after the conspiracy theories begin sent a lottery was rigged with NBA draft tonight and the potential all the time player Ziad being on the board. There's been whispers about this year possibly being fixed. So guys do the NBA draft can be rig. I believe that Patrick Ewing draft is the longtime pace a fan. And I was at that night. I do believe the envelope was frozen. But I don't think I don't believe this year. I don't think actually I believe the envelope was bit. I used to hit. Wayman Tisdale in that draft though. So I was kinda satisfied I'll know if his rig, but if it is rigged, this is the draft to rig to get New York guy on your back Knicks back, so I'm wooded on that. But it's a little suspicious a little weird like technology things have evolved, and we still do like ping pong balls. Like, I don't know it. All right. There's a lot of different ways. No question it's rig. There's no cloud me. You're gonna go to New York or Chicago where LA one of those teams going to get you, right? When you when you have a small market tea. I'm I'm from Denver. You gotta get eastern European Jews. That's what you when you go to. Walking Jaanus, right? He's got to build himself into a player. You'll get the top pick. When you're in one of them small markets. I wouldn't say as rig, but it could be. Definitely could charged. It would. Sticking with the NBA. Joel Embiid has been getting trolled non stop for crying at the end of the season some people alive. You this dean soft players around the league of actually been defending MB? Really, go beer of what's his opinion saying that only losers thing that crying assign a witness and then Richard Jefferson chimed in as well tweeting out playoff wins and losses. If you've never caught you've never truly cared or a committed. Let me go. I this Embiid. All right. The first of all. The guy from Utah was crying because he didn't make defensive team. That's why he would he go bear. Bear. That's totally different in the playoffs. You have a chance to win a championship. You should be hurt. When given everything you've had all you you get to this point where you had a game seven, and you lose by satellite that that rose by the basketball guys and go here, you should be heard not because you didn't make all defensive team next time. More shots be a better defender, and you'll make me that's not a reason to crack. Okay. I told you what my grandma say wants you. Call for tension. You can't hang up, right? William b like to smoke. He remote. Right. Nothing. I have a problem with crop. When I lost my days every time to get it. I know who I cry with and cry around that part right right there. I'm not giving you that not too much. That's no my wife now, I'm not giving you that. Because that's forever. And then that relationship if ever I'm just saying that's what I knew that people were going to clown him. Who is that his girlfriend? Okay, mom. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I remember young years in the league. When you're out the playoffs. Let's go have it in. Hopefully, she's still there. I I don't know. I just want Super Bowls. Right. Going them. I don't know. Wrong prime. But I guarantee you not teammate next year. I mean, there's going to be Kleenex in his diapers me. I'm going to. I'm a run we on who who in. Yeah. I would have just taken this to the locker room. Did. Thank you share that moment with your teammates. Model Budo she opened his home in his hand with a figure. Do all that. Let's hit the links John day, you'll be using a car in the PGA championship this week because he has an arthritic knee. He's the first player to rod Carter at a major since Casey morning. Nice ninety eight from two thousand to a lot of players are upset with this decision with Tiger Woods comments day. I want on a broken leg in revenue of two thousand eight US open win. Are you guys talking here? Do you have an issue with John Daly using a car? I do. Wasn't the same. Gotta smokes class y. The same guy. Now, you wanna ride in the cart tiger. We can take it from tiger. And this is the champion is one of the best ever if you plan on a broken leg. He has ruined complain. Right. You can't complain that you've been smoking cigarettes. Welcome out, of course in whole year. That's your moment. Tim, I looked. But this to me, this is interesting. They are basically admitting that walking has an impact on your game. Which is you know, everyone who's walked eighteen realizes like data. That's that's the task. Yes, you're not carrying your bag though. So think about it like they're just walking not carrying a bag. But now someone in a court, you really think he has an unfair advantage to me. That's like an interesting. You looked at him. He looks like he's carrying. Today. I mean to me he's got an arthritic. Knee because you didn't take care of your health. Right. Exactly. Exactly. Exactly. I got this is a very unfair advantage. John Daly looks week here. Tigers wife or call them. All right. A card. Question of the day. I now take it away the western Carolina finals starts tonight. And with the curry brothers playing against each other. This is the first time that two bras will face off an NBA conference finals Steve Kerr called the Curry's the warriors family of the NBA and the sound it lists like saw you and deal. They're going to flip a coin to see which parent roots were which kit one to ask you guys. Do you guys think parents have a favorite child? Absolutely. Ooh. This stop like everything in this world. We like I like that. I don't like that. Like that's a relative world, you know? So look if first of all if I'm them, the parents I have to root for after because Seth is the underdog Seth hasn't had the same love. So you always root for the underdog kid that said my kids, I have three kids. My I is my first my second is my favorite my third my baby girl. So you have a favorite of all kind of her when I just say, oh, tell them that. I feel like the Curry's parents. This is the first time that they do too much, and they cloud chasing the end of the dance. Because at the end of the day who got us who lose they both going to get hook one goes say, congratulations one of those. They don't worry about a baby you've got next year. The love is going to be the same. It's just one guy losing one guy to win. But they're gonna love him saying, they don't get a hug from daddy. They Bogle get home. Daddy. They Bobo get a hug from, mommy. One. Go second, graduations. What goes they get better their cloud tasting. No because they run with this. Because at the end of the day, we know y'all can make it seem like trying to pick up your room for you room for both of your kids. You're going to be the chairman both when they make shots. Well, don't dis those St. he do parents have favorite kids. Yes. Of course. No question. But they love you the same. I've provided for my family more. My momma might love me. I mean, my SAMA favorite. But she loves all of us the same. She treated all of us the same as real you know, what I mean? But I am the breadwinner. I get treated special. My all my aunts. Not just my mind, my whole family. It's just the truth. Favors depending on which one pisses you off in which we're doesn't. And you think you think you have favorite kids? Wait till you have grandkids. All right like my kids anymore. I love my granddaughters. What? So obvious L have kids, but I've just think about this through my parents is my brother is a better person than me. And that makes him the favourite person in my family. I've done a little bit better than my brother. And you know, mama goes on vacation because of me and lives in a house. But I think my brother is the favorite kid. No, you touching something because laws offsets I had. I've always tell people I look up to my brother, and I was wishing. I'm like, my brother me having kids by different my he has one mother kids mother. He's married work. And he's been doing it the right way. So I might be the breadwinner. Yeah. My my brothers the backbone of that's the my family. My sister, you better person to touch right here. Say she liked your brother. He is the goals to hear my brother. What everybody answered them Whitlam calls 'cause money talks. What did you do? What are you doing? I hate to pass. I was gonna come to you win like that. But. Ways. Core pool is not a bus ways. Core pool is not a taxi ways. Core pool is not the metro in DC writers ways. Core pool is not a slug line. What is ways carpool a new app that lets neighbors coworkers and fellow commuters ride together to work and home fast? Drivers say Hello to that express lane and get reimbursed for gas riders getting affordable commute and help save the planet and core is get to know their neighbors and co workers a little bit better and ways core pool is smart. Not only does it match you with people who are going your way it connects you with people who you'd actually want to ride with so you can commute smarter with no headaches people if you use ways already, you know, it's built by a community to give you the best traffic pitcher in real time. All the time ways corporate functions with the same high quality standards and efficiency down, though, the ways corP app today to catch a ride or give a ride to work or home. Ride together with ways carpool. Woodlock and Wiley marks Larry dwell Jackson back. Let's move to New York with the giants have made it clear they plan to be patient with Wikki quarterback thing film with general manager. Dave Gettleman recently, saying Jones could sit behind ally manning for as long as three years, but now in J dot com suggests the giants patients could be making a mistake with several recent quarterbacks like Carson Winston Jared Gulf starting rookies in having success early in their careers. The question here is will sitting behind e lie help or hurt Daniel Jones, I think will help tremendously actually if you look at all the hysteria and people in the criticism about him being six overall pick and how he's going to be just a bust. Okay. Disa- give time for that. To just settle down to you're gonna learn for someone who learned micro movements in the pocket because they're not that athletic ally. Manning, so your athletic talent, you have to work going some of your skills and technique. And and some of the mechanics that's alive possesses as his great attribute. So it's little osmosis. Peanut butter and jelly could work going. Why you're sitting there letting this criticism die now and starting to really learn the position in a different way to complement your game. I think it's a great benefit I do too. And look at you mentioned Carson once. Well, really, of course once had that that season where he was tremendous after his rookie season his second year. Then he tours ACL and a game against the the Rams and last year, you know, he had injury issues then again last year, and it was it was Nick foles who won the Super Bowl was Nick foles who got them back into the playoffs. I look at anytime you have an opportunity to sit and learn the your craft from a guy who's done it and done it at a very high level. That's a good thing. The other thing is when you're a young quarterback that has you have a supreme gift of athleticism, your default mechanism is from the neck down when things break down your. Tendency is a young player is to take off and trust the athletes, isn't that's been there your entire life. It's something that's God-given hand to God reached down, touchy and said, you're going to be a great athlete. Right. And so that's always your default mechanism. You have to learn that position your default mechanism needs to be from the neck up. Because if it's not you're not gonna last very long the guys like that. I picked up the ball one time fumble one time. And I thought it was going to score I got three yards, and I'm telling you I got hit by about fourteen people were bringing guys off the sideline to hit me. Those guys are angry, and they and they're fast and out to they'll devastate a young quarterback. Yeah. I just think this question is too early to answer. I think now if you go into training camp you go into preseason game. And this Shire this guy has shown he can command an offense. He can you know, the ball spinning from his arm, and he has his leadership qualities, and you know, what you start hitting that Chatto around the locker room, this guy could actually help us any city. Then, you know, now the question lures, I okay. Should this guy? Be. Playing right away or should should he be sitting? Ideally for a quarterback to play for young quarterback to come in and step in and play right away. He's gotta learn on the fly. But if you can sit back and eat lack in manage this team at least halfway through the season pecan somewhat be a Munich u of molecule of who he we've known him to be when he was great. I think it benefits Daniel Jones. But if he if he liked comes out, and he's has any reminder of what he was last season. I think this kid has a play. Let's be clear here though, about Matt Lombardo's story for J dot com is pretty good the last quarterback selected six or higher to not start a game as a rookie was Philip rivers. So the trend in the NFL is the completely other direction trial by fires how they're teaching quarterbacks. Now, we used to hey, guy sits two or three or four years back in the old days. The Tom Landry days and all the way up to Aaron Rodgers seem to have benefited from. Mm sitting behind Brett Farr. But the nutrient is about putting the guys out there. The Russell Wilson's and these other young guys and let them grow up in the middle of the fire. That's what the giants are going to potentially deny Daniel Jones. So when he does get out there he'll be further behind perhaps Dwayne Hoskins and Calamar. Yeah. And I mean that there is definitely that. There's definitely that part of it. Right. But I've also seen the opposite were a guy is not ready and a team is not very good. And a guy takes a beating. I mean, I will never forget Patrick Ramsey starting for the Washington Redskins. When Spurrier was the coach there. I mean that guy that guy there were like I've said this before, but there are people doing five to ten in the state pen to did less to get there. Then what Spurrier did of that poor kid? It was I mean there was. There was no hot route those. No, I mean that offense was just dropped back. And we're going out athlete. You know, you don't do that in the NFL. So I've seen guys like David Corbett ruined. I've seen guys like Patrick Ramsey. Get ruined by being by playing too early and playing early on a team. That's not very good. Yeah. But maybe I'm just I live in my own little bubble. But I feel like we all bring out the kid kid gloves when it evolves around a quarterback. In any other position if you can play you play with this position. I get it. There's a lot that goes on and you can speak more about it did not could I was tackling people all my career. But but I think if the guy shows he's mature enough to handle the New York media he can handle the locker room, and he can galvanize guys together and guys believe in him. I think he should be the guy. Now, we don't know if he has three years has two years of talent left. But you know, what it's crazy about Eli? He's so Teflon last year you remember a couple of years ago. Gonna try to sit him down. How do you go? So you know, if they say he after years and he showed flashes last year. He went back to twenty fifteen version of himself. But look at these guys you say Philip rivers in the top six who didn't start his first year. That's a great outlier. Patrick, Mahomes wasn't top six but still right at ten. Josh Rosen wish now he could have sat. Wait with that one out. Why you put the kid gloves on quarterbacks? It's this simple. For me. Will we played no one other positions around you on defense was a luxury. Like if I knew what the detect within the linebackers say it helps. But it wasn't in the city you'll get under center. If you don't know what everyone is doing on your side of the ball anticipating what they're doing in disguise of rich. Like learn it in three months when you were seven and seventeen and ACC done it before. Okay. Great. But they're not me. My name is Daniel Jones you sign me. Please. Let me grow don't step on the flower before it could I will tell you one other thing real quick about playing in a position like what you played or what I played or what you played. When things aren't going. Well, for me like I'm having a tough time a tough day. I can turn it into a street fight. I might not great out. Really? Well, I'm not gonna cost my team a game. Like, you can you can turn into ultra-aggressive still gonna make some plays right quarterback. You can't all of a sudden say, we'll let me just bullied these dudes. It doesn't work that way we go. I'd like to say a word or two about the Cleveland Cavaliers hiring a Sixty-six-year-old John beeline as their new coach on the surface. The move is laughable and disconcerting beeline line is the oldest first time non interim NBA coach in history. The last time the NBA went this old the San Antonio, Spurs tap UNLV's sixty one year old Jerry Tarr Canaan. It'd be their head coach. It was a disaster tarp feuded with ownership over the signing of Avery Johnson. As the team's point guard of the future and was fired after twenty games be line has a low bar to clear, I think he'll do it. If you're paying attention. You realize the NBA has adopted be lines to guard three point crazy offensive style. Beeline. Started putting his forwards in the corners scissor cutting and Jackie long range jumpers in the early nineteen eighties. When he was a coaching a small college basketball team the system of. Actually made West Virginia dangerous and the university of Michigan a national powerhouse before. Steph. Curry had won his first NBA title beeline was meant to coach in the modern MBA can an old fart like beeline coexist with the modern NBA player. It depends on if the player values winning above the feeling of being in control too, many of us in the media associated LeBron James as Representative of the modern NBA player. The truth is James represents a handful of super talented outliers. But Brian James, James harden, Chris Paul, Kyrie Irving. Russell Westbrook prefer being individual systems Steph curry, Damian Lillard Jaanus, the Greek freak and countless other players, including Kevin Durant don't mind bending to the demands of a system that creates Winnie. It's the subtle difference between chasing, Michael Jordan, or Larry O'Brien MVP's or titles. It's easy to win MVP. Jeez. Pounding the ball in isolation at the top of the key. It's easier to win titles. Moving off the ball. Steph curry style of play continues to sweep the league. That's why John line got the Cavaliers job and the Lakers passed on. Tyron Lou the Cavaliers just doubled down on what they tried to do when they hired David Blatt in two thousand fourteen eighteen months later, the Brian rejected bladders Cleveland's coach. Enforce the Cavs to replace Blat with his top assistant tie. Lou history is repeating itself in Los Angeles. The Lakers hired Frank Vogel, and Jason Kidd in an attempt to keep pace with the modern MBA and satisfy the bronze need for control. The bottom line is clear Steph curry John beeline in the modern MBA a wind. I want him back with locking while. He's Stephen Jackson and Chris Haines back. Let's move to Philadelphia where the seventy Sixers regrouping after their crushing loss onto while Leonard miracle shot in game seven Sunday. Now, some people are saying big changes could become into the team which NBC's Tom Haberstroh reporting a rival MBA executive says Philly may explore trading. Ben Simmons to the Lakers for none other than LeBron James. This is fascinating. And I think this trade if LeBron James primary interest were winning this would make a lot of sense for the Brian James to go to Philadelphia and win you can win in Philadelphia. I don't think he's gonna win here in Los Angeles. And this would make district would make sense for the broad James. It's absurd on his own his face. Think about one you got this talk about logistically, you got to move your whole family go over there. Okay. I hope you can survive. Mr casey. Name. On your own came with doing that. Nobody leave puffy Jay Z on a New York is still here. Everybody hilly are that's one. Here's the thing focused on winning that team's going to different next year. We don't know what's going to happen with free agency. Jimmy, Butler Tobias Harris wherever you may be going to seventy Sixers and Philadelphia, and they got 'em be and his knees and all his issues and LeBron you you're not guaranteed. Anything? We got the same agent. You swept me off a little brother that doesn't feel good to me if I'm the king. So I don't see anywhere. We're just really has any substance. It doesn't make sense to me. It doesn't make sense. But it makes sense if Philly can get LeBron if any kind way what sign and trade I ever they got to make it work. I love it scientifically bullet back. Lebron and be I think that's perfect. I think to give up instuments LeBron even though LeBron is at the end this career. I like it because that gets filling to the finals every year damn near that gives them a chance to be in the Eastern Conference finals every year and. I just like it. I think it's a better situation abroad at his age if he wants to young core here, we forget, he's not going. It's going to be another season. If this is the same team in LA is going to be the same season out of the play offs to talking about willowbrook on Rome coups but bowl is not better. This is the Western Conference in the Brian got a Waco call. This is not the calm, but you can have anybody on team and get to the playoffs you take forty eight as out here because you've got to get at least fifty eight seed. Yes, let's remember this that will LeBron's James is going through his free agency process. This last go around the Philadelphia civic Sixers were one of the few teams who actually got a meeting with his as Rich Paul would that be a sit. Then no way hail. This is happening on is. Not look we we're talking about if this was strictly basketball reason. Yeah. This strictly basketball, of course. But me to myself. I've got I've gotten used to his LA wooded fake, y'all. Call them like win. Here. The Broncos whole family. Go through Space Jam space over there in Philly giving doing that provident hot. Making my point. So the priority isn't winning is not basketball right now. It's Space Jam is the shop is the one thousand version of Muhammad Ali documentary the. The. That was a whitening. Defined anything else in a moment lead duck with that you learned books. Documentaries movies have been done on Muhammad Ali LeBron need to quit it look if this was about. If this who's about basketball, that's. Fair Ron even said when he came here that it was bigger than even said like my family or part of this equation. We came follow man who's like thinking outside of himself selfish. Lease like, I got a lot of things to carry including my family happiness with the wife happiness with the sun, consistency them for your stable like, okay? And with all that he stood had MVP season. Yeah. Nameless numbers to stem, the same twenty eight eight eight doesn't man didn't make the playoffs. Stop him. Heave his team not him. MVP type numbers. Do we with me to take a deeper? Look at these numbers. They don't say what people say, look, look, just let's say you Jeanie Buss listening. He's worried about his family. And I mean my God who's going to oversee the shop. I mean my God. I mean, if I'm Jay, right? That's what it looks like. That's that's my makers. Winning coach. Had on a screen abroad. So now you've got a roster. A Ben Simmons Lonzo ball. The world ain't going to help you in the in the back court part. What what what are what are we doing? No worse live first of all Chris that you don't put Lonzo and Ben Simmons on the same level that destroys over with a little Lonzo hype is over Lonzo. I've talked up talking to already good if he stayed healthy. But I'm talking strictly to shop. I'm talking strictly from that. I get it. But Lonzo can sit on the bench and get traded someplace else if he doesn't like it. Oh, you got a chance to get Ben Simmons and some other pieces because it would take some other pieces to get those numbers right answers to match up. It would give them Lakers. Look, I've said it, and I'm gonna keep seeing the genie was and they're over LeBron. This is just a headache that they're dealing with right now. And they don't is it going to be a headache, we dealing with for months is headache. We doing we're for another year or we're going to survive the last three years at a migraine or a slight headache. It's a migraine migraine's. Oh. If they don't think is curable, but they gotta deal with it. We're gonna fake if Sixers came in here with the right offer, and they could move on from the Bronx and the wind could go win and still be relevant rather than this. Lebron that's out of the play offs. It's better for the league is better for the broad better fairly maker. So I can't do the voice you kill the voice. Toed games. Daddy, Bill Showtime, JD Kobe fifty million what she knew Kobe was going down the hill with no brakes because they put me in the seats like Showtime. You gotta remember the DNA of is frail buys. No come see been not like well. No. I I feel like the way they handled this coast situation. Yeah. I wouldn't be surprised if they did something else to LeBron. You know what I'm saying? I wouldn't even winning the because it's a western where they didn't give him what he wanted and the other thing with the gave him what he wanted. They showing they showing you that we're bucking the system against LeBron one. They showing you that I don't even think they're bucking the system stat. I think they are acknowledging what the rest of the Lee has LeBron's model has expired, and it's a city. That's why John beeline got this job, man. The whole league is about system and coaching systems, and and not an individual system and somebody plan ice. Oh off the top of the key. Just no it's not as fashionable as it used to be the league. Has moved on. That's why they brought Vogel there. And if they can unmown abroad, and he can get someplace 'cause I'm it would be not only better for the bottom. It'd be better for the league. Lebron needs to be playing for championships these next year and the year after that. That's what's best for the brand the league and everybody, I if they force my hand, and I'm LeBron James, I'm not playing anymore. Like, I'm not going somewhere else. And you force my hand like one to power struggle. Just that's not what my legacy needs to see in terms of this is how in my career. I got forced out of plan for the Lakers. This is the place you wanted to go. Yeah. Exactly. So now, you're going to go somewhere else like the bras, not having that no trade clause, whatever like he's not going. Let's let's think through though, Marcellus let's say he gets through this off season. And he's looking at damn I got another roster that won't be championship competitive. If what we work now is his wizard. What do you say? Now, I don't think he did. Happy. Can you very happy? The sun is out. It can be happening in the sun is out. There's something going on every day. There's there's there's a point to go to here. There's a moment. Iran today. We'll go to film would. Boiler. I would he when he came over here on he said, there's nothing that I could accomplish in this league that I haven't already unless you know, where he's at. It is something he can come another championship honest, Dan. But might not care about that though. Implore like in terms of how you're going to be it doesn't matter. If gets his fourth. I'm just saying how are they Steph ever going to be tough off all time. If he keeps you all know if he keeps. No, he's not. So the three to four is gonna make a difference three to six if he catches Jordan. He got a conversation. He catches Kobe. Maybe three to four is that really going change it. I'm saying each year when you can add something to get better every year. That's what you playing forget not to just be complacent. 'cause you in LA, we'll tell you know, what I mean to another year like this people like me and Lakers fans. Talking trash on on your tired of being this weathering. Jimmy's here to help us with our approval ratings. You got any thoughts on the show so far? Yeah. I want to get to the big dummy. Today victim your day. Somebody's gonna sit there and talk about LeBron James making the Mohammed Ali documentary who the hell can who they don't want to see the moment. I'll eat documentary. It ain't Gooding junior documentary. Cuban last thirty Mohammed Ali documentary. He is the greatest come on with this real take thirty miles around to. I'm ready for the first one. Here's a highlight from our discussion from earlier about Zion Williamson Zion Williamson wishes he could return to do. So do I mean this one hundred percent. Fuck you with. No the year. Ktar. Nobody forcing your LeBron. We had a discussion about whether Zion was a can't miss prospect. I think he's a can't miss prospect, Jimmy, which rotate. He's a Kate miss. Trae miss our he came. He can't miss a meal. And that's what I'm gonna say about him. You got some of the same problem. Go y'all got to wait Brum. Hey, wait to eat. That boys. Six what's in two hundred and eighty pounds eighteen years old? The perfect science to do your job. I remember as a kid. Well, you couldn't even older Sunday paper without getting a nose bleed. Now, you think this boy go run up and down the court changing NBA players without that baby fat. Now, let me tell you Jim is special. I know about that. And despite contrary belief, they KUA baby fat down in the south. Like, you think they are as a matter of fact in some parts of the southeast embraced. I mean Jimmy is from the south Clack lackey I Don random screech. I tend to knife stubborn church. Cleats. The real gospel. About the religion. I'm gonna have God change water into Kool aid. The thing. I know a little bit about that. Right. There you go down. South Carolina appetizing is down there. Half a pound the fried bacon. Back home. They used to calls I on fast break. But you know, what out figured that out? Then ain't nothing but breakfast field backwards. China's a big big trove Barclay fan. He you know, he he's in. He'll be he hoped. He gets to be as big as Charles Barkley. I him hell. I don't him. Help that Breda. When a glass of water, you just mind. You know, all the all zone. Don't give damn about the NBA man Zion. Just care about that press box up there. For you journalists he joined to be like you and Charles Barkley. That's all he wanna do. He ain't give him damn about all the rest of this y'all talking about me talking. The name Joe walking you've been in the league. Pudding five years trying to get rid of baby fat. He's trying to bring to his role. The NFL got the Wunderlich till? Now, what the NBA better do is get Zay on the hot water, Colin Brad test. I need to ask him. If he how to make hot water cone breed. He know how to make wanna cone Brit. They got a problem. List? Diane is the next DeMarcus Russell. Jamarcus Russell that great big, bulky. Got stuck on their purpose. Uri zion. Gonna do the same thing. He will come down. They get stuck on that angel momma serve. He'll be seeing those like this. We go to. To be looking what blunders? We'll be all sticky. Look, they don't get that boy a multi million dollar contract in a one year of fifty to. No dash. The NBA going to be in for him. I'll just wait a subscription to door. Kate miss came. A meal death. What he can't miss. Let me get him up. John. No, I know. I got him at almost a perfect score all day four job performance. Twenty four all time greatness twenty-five in character. Twenty-three in often to the for a total of ninety seven ninety six Paul baby. Character authenticity ninety close to a goat. But not there that character. You ain't got Krieg who over there awards through new year. But you know, they forced me to go. But they really not force me. Then you're not being authentic. Komo ziya. We bought into your brain. You ain't got a lot of this shoot blew apart. He should've left he stayed lottery. The lottery accurate.

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#189 Costumes of Superman

Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

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#189 Costumes of Superman

"As it. Is Jason J. Louis. The Voice of Superman on Justice League action smarten. Wade while. You're listening to the crypt on report chain you're listening to. The all things for Tony podcast including Superman and super. We discussed teams. Cartoons to. Find the FACEBOOK instagram. Youtube and twitter. Welcome to the Krypton report. has a special PRI Halloween ish I guess gift I don't know this time of year. I was thinking you costumes and wanting. Cost play. This will be the coolest. Time you know to to this episode that I had on my mind for a while I actually built. Made. This little reference powerpoint here months and months and months ago just on a whim sitting board in my Car Geneva was doing something in a store So we're GONNA talk about Superman suits. And we're GONNA try to represent as much different common variations as we can. There's an infinite number of little variation, the comics. So we're looking at live action in a few of the comic books were. But as always I am your hostess. Who boasts. About. Nothingness. Tyler, and with me, it's always my other half the superman of read the mighty man, the muscles, the strength teams. Just Watch. Beetlejuice is that what you got going on here Sounds like hippy now. Actually they don't know just like watching. Different stuff with the kids so just. You know stuff just comes to you. Yeah. Well. It's spooky seasoning or Halloween. Last from like September first until. Thanksgiving. So we'll. Buki season last. saw the whole time. So. A nightmare before Christmas season kicks off October first and runs toe. December thirty first. Bagley, like at Walmart, we were there yesterday. And of course, they've already started putting out the Christmas decorations and they have a nice little pocket where it's the Halloween decorations in the Halloween decorations end. With nightmare before Christmas. And then right next to the nightmare before Christmas Christmas decorations, and that's where the Christmas decorations. While that's clever I'm sure that's not I'm sure that's not. Everywhere think that was. Specifically that soar. I'M NOT GONNA. Give Walmart credit. That's a good way to transition us. Cute. I'm listening to give this store some credit like yeah. So. But Hey, let's kick off. A good photo fashion. Costume, discussion. So here we go. All right. So we're pulling up our little sly tyrian. The first one that we see his ray middleton, you got that up James. Yes. So, this is a colorized. Photo of Ray Middleton from the world's fair. And I'm going to put this slide show up when the episode drops. So people can see. But Ray here is wearing. Blue. It looks. When I look at this, I like the old Halloween costumes, kind of plastic. How his like s shield is like it's it's black with the red s but it all looks payments straight triangle with the largest. Even sitting here and says Superman honor it and like the boost like somebody route plastic around shoups. They may do this. Listen a very like I mean this is the kind of homemake Hossam. Your mom makes you grow quickly you feel like, Superman. Went around your house is even like the Yellow Bell is like looks like just A. Liquid those old military style belts painted. Like, yellow. Yeah looks like it even has the trunks Kinda. Popping up and hanging over the top of it. Yeah and That's I. Mean That's just. Kind of what it is you know. That was that was race you know really quick interpretation and. There was. A real first costume though you know what I mean outside of comics and cartoons so Horrible you look at action comics number one, it's. Pretty true to form so. I give it a pass. You know I'm not going to hate on it like it's just it's one of those pieces of of history and it's nice to see in. I, you know everyone should check it out. A whole lot to go over with it but I mean, I give it a pass. Yeah does I mean if it does kind of have. Like the more. Like shape and the black behind the s was back then. Like it was in the comics like it was in the Fleischer cartoons. Speaking of Fleischer cartoons. That's our next slide. Because it's the only real big difference that was in animated. Style especially for the time this. This is our next introductory to the character. For anybody. WHO's thinking on time line the nineteen, forty, one Fleischer cartoons and I have always loved this simple. You know the thin gold outline, the black, and then that just popping bright. Red S. And And the Cape is just just down to the knees I was actually getting ready to say that you know. It's something that we get to our more of our live actions continent bring up what is your preferred style of Cape And I you will continue with this but the the the Fleischer cartoon is just beautiful like the look of him in the cartoon. It's amazing. I mean there really is. No other way of saying. Oh absolutely. I mean they you know they took inspiration from the Fleischer cartoons for. Like this. And George Reeves. Will the Clark Kent Look and then then the pos the hands on the hips and Even the way the light shines from behind and everything. So it was makes it more interesting when we get to? The next one, which is the Kirk Allen. Suit, which is the first. Films Live Action. And of course, being shot in black and white eight. His suit. Is Very hard to tell I mean. It looks more along the lines. Okay. If you look at his shirt. If you look at his costume. They look very like a A. Shirt, a thermal. Style. Type Shirt. Yeah it's it's literally just got your your stretchy your elastic, a wrist cuffs that you have on most any long-sleeve shirt. Me Even, to this day. And it's one of those I'm like. Okay, you know like. All right. And what color were the suits when they filmed them in in black and white weren't they like? Like grey and Brown or something like that. Yeah. When they film them black line because. The blue and the red didn't show up like black and white like that. Yeah. It looked muddier in. So the US grace. ooh With like a brown boots trump's in Cape. and. Look. Like a shield. How it's like compressed. And it has that really kind of. Flow through raise the first. Thing about this is your first introduction to the shield in here we have five. The deamond. Estimates of the shield now being represented in live action. and S that actually goes from like top to bottom and completely from side to side you know more of what we will come to know. And let me say the is the Cape, is at the knee. Now, we're GONNA jump over to George Reeves here, and this is a colorized version because the the show related starting black and white. And then went to color I disliked the colorized because I love I. Love the colorization Asian process for like old television and things the way it just POPs. It just looks like. Bright yet if you ever watch Any older films that were done in A. Crap not it was not cars a technical process. But when they converted on like when they actually. Converted into blu-ray like it's just such a unique. Pop to it because. They overdid the color when they first went to color they want everything that's brightest postles when you get that like. One example is the old errol Flynn. Adventures of Robin Hood. It was re masterful boulay. Looks Awesome. because. Of just how the colors pop. And like here's an example. So looking at Georgia's suit, it's very similar to kirks. Except George Fills, it'll be better more of a bigger build. George had a bigger build but Kirk actually had more of A. A taper. Physique to his frame. Yes he did. Well George was known to be a smoker and a drinker and things like that. He was not. He was not necessarily superman outside of the suit one thing yet to notice his his. His Cape is thinner and longer. Like if you look at Kirks if you go back, his Cape is whiter, it's wider on his frame has the need you look Georgia's it doesn't really go past his body. And his Cape stops just a little bit below the boot. And he had his boots are about they're not knee high they're like mid range boots. And they're pretty close to two thirds of three quarters of the way up Shen. Yeah. Yeah. So I find that interesting I don't like the. CAPE. Will Start picking apart things what we like I don't like his Cape. The length is fine but I don't like the fitness of it. And how just comes out of the collar and and it's really thin across it doesn't it doesn't drop out over his shoulders Yup. It's like it's doing Cape but not wanting to do the Cape. Yeah. So. The Shield is very much the same. It's it's very interesting because this guy. Like. The negative space is a Filipino way larger with the way it compresses in moves inside. His S. it's a little bit fatter. Fatter S. Crest so it's something to of take note it's. Its distinctive. His is when you place it against all the others. So as we go through and you look at it you by. George or the George Kirk because they George Kirk. Star Trek reference. She's about how that flows. So. All. Right. Now are the horrible. This. Makes me cry I had to put it here because this is podcast this is David Wilson. Who we probably maybe mentioned once from the. One I'm familiar with this is from the television. Production of it's a bird. It's a plane at Superman. Horrible And his suit looks very just. Over the counter, but it's not really. Do that but I mean the boots look alright. To cave once again is right above the knee. That's why. But they say ads shorter than shorter than all of them. Yup Not even to the knee? Yeah above the knee. And I think that's more for the performance. Wise. But that Simba's horrid. Interesting. But look how much negative space is. In the kids, it's more fragmentary law. It's a very long diamond shape. There's there's barely Aslan at the top for the for the top two points on the left and the right. It's very long to the point very small like it doesn't expand out. But Yeah we'll just keep moving on this suit is not A. Homemade like the best like look at the s on the belt. s like with superglue or something. So we're listening we're going to bypass him and we're going to Bob Holiday. Who is the Creator? stage. Of the original see little history on it. D- it's a bird. It's a plane. It's Superman was performed I actually have a whole episode one day I'm going to do on A. Stage musical and then they adapted and change it and tried to quote unquote modernize it for the TV special. So the TV special is not an exact representation of what was done on stage. But Bob Holiday was the superman of the stage. And honestly his suits not bad. Like it looks comfortable to be a long term you need a stage in front of a live audience. The Cape. Is Actually. Pretty. Pretty good like it comes down past the knee but above. The boot. Just, brakes knee. It's it's not as wide. AS WE'VE SEEN CURB Jan David's but not. Finish George. Not As long as David. the belt looks good I mean it's it's straight on through the trunks. Look good. The got the red loops on the bell. Now it's nice and yellow all the way through, and then you have the larger shield. That takes up more whole chest. It's not fitting. You know he's not a out of shape man. But. He's not ripped. But it's looks good in the suit. You know one thing I wanted to point out about like back at George, his trunks dimos. I hate to use the word diaper, but like George Risi can said before he thought bring diaper outside like a very high waistline too. Yep didn't help. Your time. Yeah I give Bob Holidays Pass I like it. Like. This if this, if this was a homemade suit, like this is a really good classic homemade suit, it would have been. Little on the television. Series. So now move keep moving forward. They would have been an improvement on Georgia's suit from from the from the show. Yeah. So now the next suit is none other than. The Great Chris. and. Frankly, his suits. Awesome. Okay and not much changes wake. We could really like tell from a lot of photographs between Superman two. Three four there are some changes in material and stuff, but it's all very some of the same suit. His boots always looked bigger to me. I think than what they are. because 'cause they come up really high, but they have really really deep kite in them. That makes him not look. It's it's all the way up over the calf. It's not quite to the knee, but it's all the way up over the cash. Yeah. It's like his nieve since perfectly in the decrease of the boot. I will say I'm not. Picky but the bill always little to plastic he for me not as much like a belt. But the the Cape looks great on his shoulders. The, s crest. Just as immaculate. And then once again we're at. where it's like right like right below the knee. The top of the boot. Yeah and you know Chris had the Christmas the first one to actually like develop a physique to fit the suit to. To actually look like. Superman did. Not, just not just suck in the gut and have some padded shoulders like there was no padding in crisis suit no least at least in his physique. Just joking. The. The best. He looked in the suit and then like in shape wise wasn't superman three. Say, what you want that move a he looked the best. And Superman. Three More, years you train you know the. The better. You look I mean when you when you got Tom Welling. in shape for the first, you know for four or so years like. He's developing muscle. He's he's He's cut in the scenes he needs to be cut when he's got when when they have them do shirtless scenes and stuff. But then by the time you get five, six, seven, eight, and nine. Like he's just big. Because it takes you know because. Training I five, six, seven, eight years. To. Maintain a physique you are naturally going to build. Muscle he he put on forget what he said he put on over the ten years of training. There was an interview and I can't remember what it was because it was quite a while ago. Now, you know that shows offering off the air for nine years. But. You know he said he'd probably and he probably put on twenty pounds of muscle by just you know having to train and stay in shape for the role. Naturally going to happen watch I mean you watch that we just we did just watch the pilot and he's he's more like. Lanky for lack of letter term. You know he's more kind of like. Know. What do you call it? then. Any anything. You would see later like as the series goes all he said he gets bigger and bulkier like those middle years. And I mean like you said the more you do it. Wasn't hugh. Jackman from looks the best physical in the Wolverine. A. Because he basically did. That are days of future past. Yeah. He wants the best because he did the Wolverine then went straight into filming days a feature passed. So he had to keep doing the routine for so long. Just, just built upon with the already had. And he he got big for the well, he tried to put on muscle to for the role of. Real. Steel to look like a boxer. So he tried to. Did. In. Between a cup inbetween which film I can't remember which ones specifically he. Trained, to gain some weight train to get bigger and and have more muscle. So then he put on muscle and then he had to get shredded again to play Wolverine. So then you know after what fifteen years of training hard training he was he was jacked by the time he he did his scenes in days a future passed. He got he got huge from X. men one to X. Men two. But then you add another ten years on top of that thirteen years on top of that. He frigging, yeah, he he was. He was a specimen and when it came down to it through caught him a huge Jackman. Huge, Jackman. Could press thousand pounds. Does not. Surprise me. Even. For his for his small legs is because he's tall, you know he he was strong. Men are just. I don't know what to do to to accomplish those goals, but you know. It's hard with. And when you don't. Get. Paid to work out four hours a day and have a team around you to make it happen Kit. I mean. Are you gonNA taste, indication, but dedication center vice but I think can also be considered to collect for some things when you have to take care of your kids. Yeah you. Are just taking care of your family but speaking Jack Chris boom there's a picture right there. The next suit we have is the evil superman. Some people say Bizarro I'm not really sure 'cause I don't recall a Bizarro Superman but the darker version of Superman from Superman three. And? The costume is basically the same darker like it's more of a Maroon ish dirt read with a darker blue and I kind of like the blue. To be honest with you because I feel that Christmas regular shoots much more of Scottish blue, very light blue I i. Kinda liked it a little bit slightly darker blue. but in this photo of the evil been, you can see how. He is. How much how much bigger he had gotten? And so. Does just there for reference moving on the next one is super boy. And I think actually my slides backwards. So I'm GonNa just that here because it should be. John Newton. I. Think my slides in the show rightfully backwards. and. John Newton suit. Is. It's modeled. For Super Boy, the first super way of season one after. The Chris suit same producers, the blue is a little bit. More off blue. But it's not really much of a liar blue just more of A. Otter shade of blue. Like everything here's like really good. Chris toppy. The Cape is This time. Halfway down to the calf. I'd say. What do you think? I mean I kind of like the Cape You know halfway down halfway down his shin. Along Cape. I. Like the way the Cape drapes over his out over his shoulders. I mean maybe the shield is a little low. A. Little Low. Alike along Cape. I like the color of the I like the color of the blue. I, like that color a little better than than like the Gerard. Christopher blew. Me I think I think his suit. If the s was up about two inches. It will probably be. Near perfect classic looking sue like reefs. Yeah. So you said Gerard. His. Gerard's costume is pretty similar. But the CAPE IS BACK to being wider. And shorter and has a little bit more of it's not an angle. Belykh is not straight across there's like A. Flow to almost like A. A rounded end if you look at Johns. And the past few case that we've seen they've all been like stop. A lot of ways Gerard is a little bit more like David Wilson's has that rounded. Part. And I said, it's it's, wider. His symbol is bigger and you can tell the colorization of is blue is different. And we'll get more information hopefully soon about these costumes as be talking with my friend. Sam Who actually owns? Some of the costumes. Really. Yes. That's cool. So I like Gerard's bodysuit and I like his boots. Sorry I think there's like a boots always kind of difficult I don't like the Cape. A personal thing, it's too short i. So. ADDS, it's more. Rounded nece mean it goes to just to the top of the calf. But yeah, it's that roundedness that it looks like it has. At the bottom. That's probably. That's mostly that's most of what makes it look not as good. So the next one. Is the lowest and Clark Dean Cain. Heil it. and. Because the customer and the pilot is not the one that continues on in this series, there are some. Variations. So looking at it. First of all, I'm going to say I hate the boots. Boots. Yeah, they look like they don't fit they look like. They're overly clinging be like. Just look too big and bulky and. They look almost like they were last minute grabs because they don't vote they flow with like the colors of the rest of the red but like. They don't match the red of the rest of the suit. And, the front is points up as opposed to kind of like a cut that crease that goes down. Do you like the bigger symbol though? It's very prominent, very large. This is now we're in John Byrne territory. I do like I do like the bigger symbol. That Dean had throughout the entire. Series it did have a larger symbol. The pilot the way the Cape. Attached. Over the shoulders and to the front. menas reminiscent of like Tyler's Cape. Now. In on the CW. But also like. The way the way, the neckline of the suit it was like really far down. Down on his chest. So like that pushes the whole thing down like that makes the symbol go down farther. With a similar BELLYBUTTON. I mean, it nearly is, and so the biggest thing visually right off the bat is the shoulder for the Cape. His when we now will we jump to the next slide which is? Referred to as version two. It's completely different. Like it's the same boots. But the body suit looks. Like the same body suit. And the belt looks the same the trunks look the same. But that symbol of still big it's higher up. Now the neckline is different than we have more than standard tucked in. CAPE. which looks so much better. Yeah. It's like it's like I've seen costume. It's like when people do their costumes or cost play or. Maybe even what they do on some of these shows that. Is Not. The Cape is not attached to the Shirt Cape is not attached to the suit. It's actually like you put the Capon. And you slip your arms through and it and it actually hooks on to your body to your shoulders, you slide your arms through. Yes and then you put the shirt on the Cape comes out and so it's actually connected to your body and it actually can't be pulled offer anything. Yet but the. Word Souder. Yeah. Yeah. Goes into the sue and it looks like it's tucked into the suit. And it's attached shitty inside I. Think I think that is how it looks. Like that that look a lot better you. I'm not a fan of his belt. You're the gave him the very square look and just you know I understand the belts kind of their break-up, the color. The trump's are smaller. Than what we had. Previously of since even we mentioned Gerard's trunks cut slimmer than what John's were. Right all that's gone from the eighties to the nineties and stuff too you know. But. I. Know other than I like the Cape the case that material for the Cape always looked good because I felt very breezy Fli. And White Avenue and lightweight. But just the biggest thing about his suit that I don't like is the boots. So here's our first specialty costume. which is Dean Cain third costume, which is his Crypto Nian in his version of kind of the black suit in season. I believe or is it season for? The beginning of season for. Spin it's been a long time I hadn't gotten. Caught up on against still I, watched it when I watched the Janine I were watching you just straight through we first moved in. It was coming in the background. We just went straight through it. I'm some of the stuff runs together. But it's sawed black he has black boots and blend in really well, like the black boots looked good except for the blue toasts. Home. He has blue cuffs. And then he has just a giant. Blue. Shield. Like the outline is blue. Is Blue. It's big and it's prominent. and. It looks good. I mean, it fits deans physique and shows off and. For an alternate costume I like it for a trip Tony in style costume. Just, Kinda neat. Different Hunter Representation. It's always kind of NEAT cassie the idea the superman costume without a Cape. Yeah I mean. I mean it's like the first representation of a black suit immune as one of the first alternate suits you've ever gotten. So. I mean the blue, the blue stands out. Really good. It stands out from the black and. I I do like. I do like some super suits that. Don't have the Cape. Liquor next one. Right. I do like some suits that don't have the. I mean, I like different variations of Superman suit. Obviously that's why we're talking about him. So it's come to see how it's translated through time like you know I think it's interesting. That I'm sitting here, looking at picture over on my shelf of the return of super where he's wearing, it's the scene where he's back and he's wearing a black suit and he's running with super bowl a behind him and steal. He's got the Big Silver S. As one. It's interesting like why dean suit wasn't done like that why the blue you now. Now, we're GONNA move onto the greatest cost place you of all time. And that is from SMALLVILLE. Tom Welling in blue shirt red jacket or red shirt blue jacket. Dum. Dum Dum. Like the easiest cost play ever the one that jeans boots and. The one you kind of just fall into don't realize you're doing, and then you're like man cost plan superman today or the one I kind of do every day of my life like. Blue Shirt though the traffic. Right, the unofficial suit like at was kind of like Oh. That's kind of neat like kind of a wink like is when a blue t shirt with a rake to. Cool. Cool. And then as a red, a blue jacket. Okay. Who and then of course, how they did Bizarro as they put him in like a darker red shirt and darker blue jacket? Yeah. Because then at that point Clark was always in the blue shirt red jacket. Yeah. Constantly like you almost never saw him without it. You know it kind of got like old. Okay. Clark ever changes closed like visit you owner giant. Bill. What happened what happened to the farm boy who wore plaid all the time? My favorite is there's an episode in season one that I reviewed for always hold on. Smallville, and he's wearing a yellow flannel. About lost my junk quashes. Has More than like two two shirts like we were pointing out the other day in Washington, the pilot and then I watched like the next day I. watched a few more episodes season one with the kids like he wore his like Brown jacket and he had his plan will. No and then they just got laziness you know. Blue share red jacket blue shirt red jacket, blue jacket until season nine. We get. The blurred her outfit. Know where he likes supposed to be done being Clark and he's just now. where it's basically a black, it's his black costume. Big Thick blabs. Matrix. Neo Quirky decision having sunglasses but it's basically him wearing a black trenchcoat. Black. Jeans with sick motorcycle black. Boots. Black. T., shirt with a grey spray painted symbol. Well I mean it's it's the the idea of it like. Being all black and having having the grey symbol on the shirt is the idea of. When season ended. Doomsday didn't kill Superman, but in all in for all intents and purposes for Clarke. Clarke was dead. Yes. Cow And he was only the bler. So so it was like it was the symbolic changing from the colors to the black and silver like he did in the comics when he came back exactly it's symbolic. Yeah I just like he's just spray painted, but it's the first time he's the symbol. Right, which I like David Cool for Smallville and what they were trying to accomplish in A. it's another easy fun cost play to make. Just, walk around and then the next. It was cool and it has its place in the series and. In the. Pantheon of Superman. Figure of it. Because, then I would round out have all three of my smallville figures that would be awesome. I have my let's petition McFarland to do it. We're already working on Val side here. Okay. One I can't get enough superman figures man. That tells me. That I can't. Write. The next one is my favorite. Not, just because I have this jacket, hang up behind me. and. My wife is amazing but it's Yeah. I agree Christmas morning I would have. Pain Leather Jacket though yeah you do. I. Would have taken my wife and. Spit marital relational time with her had it not been the relatives around and it was Christmas morning. I was so overly Jewish. Inserts your insert the boys favorite line insert my favorite line from the bookcase. Season to. Listeners do the woodland, but I like this look at seven season two. There you go. Check it out. It's still red shirt or blue shirt red jacket. But it's neat because now here's a dark. Blue Jean. In like Sylla's bulkier boots. A red motorcycle jacket with his symbol on it and I like this because. This was the smallville super suit. Like. This was his superman suit on smallville and I I liked it a lot. I have a really cool picture of him in the suit on my wall because. I. Thought it was awesome. You know the shirt is a lighter blue. Very much sky blue. And if you looked at like you about the costuming Smallville. Cyborg Green Arrow? Flash. And this jacket thorough hoodie ZIP based. You know Oliver's is like a vest. Is like a zipper on like A. A. Wet suit wet. You. So this jacket fits that style of all kind of being like hoodie jumpsuit athletic wear. and. Had he suited up quote unquote? In, crisis. This is what I wish. I would've liked to have seen him do. This felt a little bit more true to me to character than the actual super suit. He would quote unquote tried to put on. Yeah. I mean they did you know in the in the show they did give him the the actual superman suit. In the finale like name no, he never wore it was referenced that he has the soup the actual superman suit. Took it and put it in the fortress. Until you before it. took the suit that Martha made from from him and said, you know what? Screw you this you're not ready for it. Yet I kind of weird mother. Earth, mother gave this to you but I say, ready Kinda. Honestly. Like from your point of view I, kind of wish that this jacket would appeared a little earlier. the one dade. One maybe like if he would've award or something at the last episode of season nine like has like a rebirth symbol where he's fighting Zahed instead of still being lake where he was. Or. Like he got her at the start of season ten because he gets like a couple of episodes in it just comes out of nowhere. He just comes walking down a hall. Go. Yeah. He walks out onto the roof, the roof of the watchtower there, and he's in this. It's pretty early on in season ten when he gets in this but then he doesn't wear it that often throughout season ten either no, he doesn't. Wash season ten, just to see this, the the jacket about to put it on a ship for put it on what we did this and took pictures myself walking around the house. Tomorrow Boarding. So the next suit and we kind of did we were doing. But I thought you know compressing all the Smallville together was the best way to do it. Is Brandon routh for. Superman. Returns. And flat out I. Will Say Right now I hate to Cape Material I hate the boots. I don't like the darker ray-ban liked to trump style. And I actually really liked this belt. This is my favorite belt. To be, honest. And? Symbols pretty symbols pretty unique. It probably could be at a Scottish bigger. The blue looks really good. Read does the read the like Maroon I was didn't like that I thought it was too dark. The yellow isn't like a bright yellow. It's almost like a gold ish yellow, which I liked. The material look great except for the Cape You know it just looked too heavy it does not. Come up again it looks just to leather a bulky heavy. It doesn't look comfortable won't be it'll would float in the air. What we need it to. So. I'll always liked the blue colorization. Though. But I like the blue of the Superman returns suit. It's my second favorite colored suit of modern time right now. It's very interesting to with this suit. You know when you actually got real when you get close up images of the suit like there's little S.'s all over the things which I don't like that that was dead and two thousand. Everything, Scott Lake. Texture thinks Spiderman which I take it back Michael Wilkinson if I, remember eight would later go on and do like. You know. Superman immense steel and everything. So Yeah. So and everything you know everything in that movie so much in that movie being so beautiful to look at and the suit having the things that it does and it and making it not as good to look at. It's like man like what what happened there Because no matter what that that was a beautiful movie. Got You. Know I'll always always give it that the cinematography and the art and the direction. The. The. Visuals was it was a gorgeous looking movie. To watch it with the sound off and just look at it. Does the one thing about it makes me sad is. Is We call it. It's so beautiful to watch but like the story. WAS SPLIT was. So. Moving on now I. Have our next big jump. Is the man of steel suit. And I picked this photo because I love this photo. His a little bit. It's during the smallville where it's all more natural lighting. which is my favorite scene of the movie. Took my favorite fight scene of the movie. which is like it's like the way like the pre climax climax like it's the mid scene if you're looking at your pacing, but it can almost be like the big battle, but it's not you know. Here's what I'll say about this suit. I liked the cape, but it's too long. I don't like how much extra fabric like elephant if he stepped back, he's step on it and fall. We know that in the film, most of the time, the Cape, a CG except for some shots like this one here. Which I think to keep us too long. It's neat like the ideas are first. Major Superman suit non trump's. The boots they're made from the same material as the suit, which is part of what they were going forward with the being like a second skin under. A bodysuit, the creep. Tony and war. I liked the cuffs kind of just breaks up. The the suit is a little bit texture of it's a little too dark the blue I chose this one because it's not as dark as people think when you see in the natural lighting. But it is a little too dark. Yeah. They they D- saturated some of they saturated the colors in the film. So it makes it look darker than it is. So it's not that dark. the. The the waste like. Around the sides in in the middle like right along the waste like I never had a problem with that. But like the way it kind of comes off at the buckle in like. Goes up underneath the arms like all the way up to the Latte and everything I was like was like what's that that the same way I feel about going down the leg? Had, had we seen like maybe giral in this like his we seem quickly and his body suit like this but if we had seen maybe how the armor connection works. It serves some port toy armor connects on the trip, Tony or something. Different. But we really didn't see how the armor. Connected to the suit. The the top part like it's very like it's At the caller line. To where it stops? And, the CAPE GOES OUT FROM IT rubbery. It is the cavaliers ripped, but this does has more it's not it's skin tight, but it doesn't it has padding in it. Somewhat, I think this one less than what will get to. The boots have the VK. But if you notice, it only had the one stripe. Am A little a little less than like. Say. Justice League. Because when we go to the bvs one here soon, like cavill was even bigger. Oh, come justice come devious than he wasn't manner steel and I mean you know the man of steel seeing when he comes running out of the water after the oil rigs seen I mean the guys just massive. Theater. In your mean, you realize no, I should work out. Like that, it's like it's like that tic TAC I got shared and I shared to you guys. Won't be that Jack But. I could be a little bit. Better you know so. Then you'll be healthier. That's the main point i. The attract the sexual attraction is definitely a plus but being healthier as the more important I have to. Pick up everything. So yeah. Absolutely so just connecting to that one. We never get a great shot of it, but we get the black suit in this film. and. It's in the nightmare scene in it. So quickly that it's almost blinking. But I did want reference 'cause we will get to see a better. Coming up. You know here because when I made the slide, they hadn't released. Snyder cut but the black suit. it looks good. It's just I mean it's it's like solid black. You know like it's black with a silver. Yeah. that. You would of think it's black everywhere much means exactly the way that Zaid and Richard Citron and all the other people. Right, well, it's it's interesting. Honestly when you think about it, 'cause like all of the suits from of steel they were all black like Zahed and everybody on. Krypton this this nightmare scene for for cal in man of steel their all black. The ship. and. When he gets the black and silver suit. From The crypt Tony Ship that Tony and ship is twenty thousand years old. So. Twenty thousand years ago they had a little bit of color that's where the the blue and the red came from. So back then they had some color and as time has progressed, they've become even more cold, even more sterile and. And they're like flat black you know what? I mean. So I light type. Gets it. I mean, there's a little bit of silverish looking at the pictures of the upcoming. Style to his black suit it's still it's still pretty dark. You know and you're right because even like Durrell. Durrell suits a dark blue with a black symbol when he? Is on the back of Harare. But. With Harakah Harakah stand by the ape restaurants Bro. You know sort of. Like Sh. But no, you're absolutely right because you know it's worth pointing out like how it was and I always felt like the ship it would been Kinda neat if they had done some sort of dial wise. His suit if you just heard like Kelly tight voice like. You know like as if they had the suit within. The. They put the symbol of whoever? House it was you know right onto it. So I thought that was that was the one that was the one thing I was wrong about when it came to be the S., and then further on I thought the ship was going to be was going to be his fortress of solitude. In the Arctic in the middle of nowhere well, the fact that it crashed, and then that's where it stayed was in the city like is it still going to be able to be his fortress in oh? Because, because it was only his fortress four whatever time between the time he flew it out of the ice. Took it exactly. That was it. You know he didn't haven't anything beyond that. I mean, he died after you know after eighteen months but still. Some. More out of it. Yeah. But now get into the evs suit which. Out of all travel suits, I like this one the most. Yeah. This is my favorite. It's a brighter blue which I liked. The. Symbol more prominent. Those like there's there's the gold. Gold Square on the little bit more gold on the hips for like illusion of the belts. there's a light blue I prefer the risk designs from the main steel suit. To this one ounce nitpicking but that's what we're doing. Yeah I the Cape is still you know a long looks great when he's walking now. Expanding there. But it it seems impractical because it's like it's dragging on the ground. And what's what's interesting? It doesn't wise but you know so it doesn't go as wide as you would think. You know it's not as an was George, but it's not as wide as some of the others. I like the symbol be more pronounced to goal the reds in this one though like has little bit more. In the legs, it feels gets more padded. Even though Henry's jacked as he is and I wonder if sometimes. Creating the padding on the suit helps with like stunt doubles. To keep a very same look in shape. like if they put more padding in the stunt doubles costume to match like the actor or you know what whatever? makes. Sense so that. Kinda helps keep the same shape so that you know The shots look the same because I mean I've seen the scenes of like behind the scenes of Henry stunt double and everything, and he doesn't look as big as Henry, but it's hard to tell his brain the costume you know. So it makes you just kind of wonder. But you know this one definitely has more of. It's more sculpted than the Manziel suit was. Yeah. That's probably. And that's probably more more if than than more padding. It's more just to look more sculpted. Than it did before you know. So I. Like this one. The boot now has like the double like. At the top. Yes. Which I think looks fine I like it. So serving onto. One version of the Justice League. The Justice League theatrical version because we could call it. and. We've had discussions about this where. It's a brighter blue. It looks more sculpted because I don't think Henry was as. And as great option, he's in great shape but not like the Jack shape that he was because this was. Later. For All issues we've talked at length about how you feel like everything. He did was sheets in that film. A couple of scenes. Near early every single close up and and almost everything he says is reshot. It looks like it has more silver tone to it which I mean it should be a little bit different just because you know this is him back now that we know what we know about. Certain things in the production makes me Kinda wonder. Well they do have a special feature on the Justice League where they do talk about his suit and everything and they're the underneath Su there's actually an underneath suit and it has like a chrome underlay of muscles. So all the muscles have this chrome. Are All sculpted with chrome look to them a like a A shine over them so that when they put the blue body, sue over top of that. It literally shines through. And in my opinion, it looks it looks horrible. Yeah. I agree, I don't let just as the. So. For All for all intents I, mean it looks almost identical to. BBS except for the color and the brightness the and the silver shining through. Absolutely. Correct. So. The. Next suit I put in here was worth mentioning because some changes, but it's Zachary Levi stunt double pretending to be Henrik avalanches am. Wanted to put it in here because there are a few adjustments that actually kind of dig. And that's the red. In the belt. What do you think? I mean I like it. I, it's almost closer to the rebirth, the early rebirth era whereas like just like the red in the middle and then read along the sides. I mean, this is still got the Gold Square in the middle of a gold rectangle in the middle but It kind of looks like it's forming more of a belt. I like the red like this. Because I feel like that's what. It's like a way of honoring the trunks and their colored without actually having to do it. Actually have to do the trump's. Like we said before I. Don't mind the trunks and comics. Live action I think. Trump's are very hard to do Say That hard to do is we'll get there. But I do I do like the use of the red in their? Little married. To the suit. Right. I definitely agree the trunks are. They look they don't look good in live action. I mean it just it looks it looks older. It Looks I don't know some people would say it's classic but those people probably prefer the trunks. They they just look older. They look old style they look out of date. They they can look weird in on in live action. in comics and comics I mean I prefer Superman without the trunks. Different styles, belts what have you to break up the the upper body lower body you know separate at a little bit more color in there you know. Things like that I mean like coming up in future state with John Kent's Superman costume his his completely blue doesn't have any trunks. He's not wearing a cape, but he's got more red in the upper body to more read out across the shoulders in down the arms and everything. So you know he has more red it's not just full blue bodysuit kind of like how these are in live action. Yeah. But it it's. It's straight blew through through from the chest down. There's no trunks. There's no, you know what I mean. So I mean I, prefer it that way. I mean, we'll get to. We'll get to modern comics. We get a little further and I can delve into that just at least my pet peeve on it. When we get there. So the next suit is the two thousand sixteen tyler. Suit? And His, who is interesting? I will say this. Quick I example one. Cape length. All right. Hit. The Cape Material paid the boots like a hate the boots hate the belt. I like the bodysuit the blue bodysuit actually liked the bodysuit. It's got a different feel to it a different texture the actual crest symbol it's it's rubbery but I Like. It looks it looks cool. If you ever look, do you like the do you like the little? Yellow spots on the outside of it. It's like there's four little yellow spots on the. Or corners no on the symbol no, no that that's weird took. It's it's it's. Weird. The way the Cape attach is because it's like the K. pokes within like it still goes around his neck. It's odd. So. But I despise the boots. They looked so big and clunky and like supposedly more new fifty, two style inspired but they just look. Or? Inspired just because they put more lines in it. So. The neckline instead the body students great for the blue. And The color of the blue good. But Yeah I just. The. Other read aesthetics. I'm not a huge fan of. Yeah I mean the Cape is good like you said, looks a little heavy but. The material. Wise. But the length is good because it's it's long but it's not dragging on the ground long. He's not gonNA step on. You know. Bad, the clips, the little yellow on the outside of the symbol i. mean it makes it unique makes it is own. It makes it this version superman. The belt is a little thick. You've got red and gold. Belt makes no sense. The color but honestly like. It makes no sense why he has that. Also, don't know why like the red had to go thin and then has to have gold. Trim. JENN air either. JUSTA, honor I mean I guess like I said a little bit more like the new fifty two, the sum bell was read and. It's it's. I get it and if if we look. I threw in a picture of him in crisis because it's the same suit basically. But it looks darker. The bodysuit looks darker in crisis than it did when he premiered on supergirl. And I just wanted to point that out like it looks like. It's the same suit with a darker blue bodysuit. Just, the big one is when we get to else worlds. which is his black SUV version and. I liked this suit. Yeah. The boots looked good You know. Maybe maybe the maybe the dip, the the. Decrease down the front. Is maybe that's too far down, but it's not like. And that's just nitpicking at it. But they're not the big clunky looking boots all black, the black and silver of the black can silver looks better in this belt style. It even looks better with silver on the little silver spots on the outside of the symbol like the Elo spots. And it has the collar. Like the new fifty, two suit and that's the thing like I, I like about so. I think the. With the collar like in this. I think the caller look scared. The boots look better. There's their sleep. Curious. the kind of material for the bodysuit. In everything. And I think it's IT works team. I didn't put the slide in, but I should have. But look at if you WANNA. Go real quick. Up the Manoel. Suit. How they put Manoel is basically the same suit. except the colors inverse but it's it's a blend. Because I, liked the style of the belt. Of the Mon- LC. It's the same like looks like the same kind of boots. You know it's just a Blue Cape. Now, there's a spot for the shield, but there's no shield You know they re purpose, but it's the same kind of style of the Tyler's suit. For Manoel. Yeah, the the way that tyler suit is it almost looks like the simpler the better you know what I mean the more complex you make this sue the more the the weirder it looks but like Manoel suit like you say it's it's the exact same soup but the colors inverted but there's There's so much less. I mean there there's a little bit less to it and it looks better I like the belt style for the Manoel sued but I wish they had done that belt. When they did. The Black Superman. I think it would've worked. Much. Much better. But We're we have a good feeling we're going to getting. We see you suit here soon. So So the next one and that's what they said. They said that the the suit that he wore was not designed for continuous production like a like a show. So you know they have their, they have to create him a new suit. The Last live action suit and the one that is kind of a counterpoint to a lot of the things we've said, and that's just because they it is the crisis on infinite earth? Brandon Ralph. Kingdom come style suit. and. It's it's a kind of a different style. And I like it. A Lot. Yeah, I. It's it. It's padded. You can see the pattern muscles the symbol. Looks like a symbol on top of the suit, but it looks really good. Material. Looks Good. It's long, but it's not on the ground is. This is my favorite. CAPE. My favorite. Blue Bodysuit. The blue. Looks really good. I mean Brandon Routh, just talk and has huge feet. So the boots just look really big. and. They look not as bad as the suit like I wonder in some ways like they were trying to keep it like this is where the Superman return evolved into. So like the way the. The trunks are cut more like a brief. Yeah. Then like a full on just like. It was before. I think I. Think it looks more like like an actual set of trunks kind of thing less like a like a set of underwear. Yeah. Less and less legs. His tighty whiteys tidy read whatever. Ultimate costume, but it is like I. Love. You know the bell is cool because it's it's different. WHO's now we're not using the gold where using to black. So the blacklist cool with that style of this and. And then the gold belt buckle in the middle. It all comes together. Nicely. And looks great in motion in live, action? The still you can kinda like pick little things apart. But also when you see it in live action and and Brandon routh and motion in, it looks really good. And you know as much as we've said that. Trump's don't work in live action. Well, you know. I can eat words NIEKRO. It's cool. I think with doing the darker tone. Help. And I think the trump work on this suit. And there's also I'm thinking takes a certain. Actor. To characterization. Yes. To to embrace it and they'd be sold off. Like they put trunks on cavill. Question like he would pull it off like. It's kind of like you're not gonNA. Make. Fun and pick on super bad now. Like. No, no. No. Mr Superman certain NOPE NOPE? So I love it but moving on. So moving on, we've kind of we've now completed our live action with our one reference and our top love about an dive into the comics and we're what I call this section is. Major noticeable big comic changes in the past few years. I could rack all day and all the alternate versions of the comics in the suits. It was worth pointing out. So action comics number one. The page I chose shows a lot times where the boost colored blue. along with the body suit. So that was very interesting as with the rebirth look when people complained about it. So here we go. Joe. Shuster. Right here straight up, you know blue boots. So plus the boots were a big hint what was going on but you know what nobody was paying attention. Nobody. Intention. I wasn't. I still can't believe I taught that when I relate or read reread action comics and was like, Oh man. But yeah this is cool. You know just a it's very Stan Superman. Joe Shuster with the blue boots and then the straight just triangle gold triangle with the S. The next big major change other than throughout the comics of just like. The changes little bits with the flash air and then the size of you know in the comics from like the Curt Swan. More stronger smaller to. John Byrne. Massive S is our favorite, the electric blue and Red Superman. Yeah. No matter. The stories are what you think about this era of Superman. I was I was a kid when? This when this was a thing and I thought the SS looked awesome. I thought he looked really cool and blue and red and just the electric. I mean when I was drawing as a kid I would draw these versions of Superman. I thought it was like you know looking back. I thought it'd be Kinda. Cool. 'cause like. Some stuff in your brains a little shorter. I remember getting the Superman Red Superman? Blue issue one but with the three cover. So, having the three D. glasses. Were so cool. And we still need this back to back red and blue shirts red and Blue Krypton reports shirt shot I go with what we need. Or going to the there's no doubt about A. and. arson. This'll kind of a neat story line to do like after. What do you call it after his death and when he returns let this is what happened to him. He return like his powers from after death was. In this. Right well, it was cool how they use this idea also when they did the The the reborn storyline. that. Has that there were red and blue. Powers has basically like the new fifty two as like like the red version or whatever, and the the. The the Lowest Clark, the one we know. At the end of new fifty two and ended in the beginning of rebirth was. Left the blue version. Yip. Hearing, second because the next slide is the two thousand eleven new thirty-two rebirth three born and I picked I was trying to find all like Jim Leisure Ong's but. It didn't quite work out. So the new fifty two was a big deal because in two thousand and eleven, we are getting the first images of the upcoming film Humana Steel. Trunks and now the new fifty two is no trump's it's an armor. and. I like. You know there's a lot of lines people always joke with. About his suit but I kind of like the idea we've talked about this. Of being his suit being alien. Armor kind of being crypto NEOM based. It's kind of NEAT. Just something a little bit different than the mocked him made the suit. You know what's interesting is like this is. Like the. Initial new fifty, two, Justice League drawing the Chin we did. Plastered on everything I. Pictures of. Two pictures of it around the House here. On my coffee mug. And it's funny because one. Wonder Woman's wearing pants. which I thought was cool right. She's wearing black which I thought was interesting. But she's that never appears in a wonderful book. Just. This one. Jim Lee dry and in Superman's very more lean. But then when you see him show up draw Jim Lee in Justice League origins he's a little bit bigger he's not this kind of lean. The boots have that uptake like we talked about and they're square. The one thing I do absolutely love with the new fifty, two storyline with. The Cape. was. Drills. The he gave him put cow in it rap calendar capsule with which I would love to see that. Translate to Live Action I. Love the idea that the giral takes his cape off. That's like his father's like. A. Family thing. And wraps cow limit so that not only just like you could even say if you WanNa, do mom makes him the costume. But then it's he takes the blanket. He was actually his father's Cape. INPUTS THE CAPE ON. I i. like that I I think that's a little bit more strongly like just the imagery of. GIRAL taking off. His his Cape and. I. THINK THAT'S You know it's a symbolic, I'm rambling but I like it. Yeah. I mean. As in. Say You WANNA. Stick in the new fifty two here. Real quick. Like the action comics number one in the new fifty, two I was I was going to put out the action. In A. Say Yeah Action Comics number one of the new fifty two. and then vote later would be like the truth storyline. Say. Those are like the other two Haha favourite costs place. Right. T shirt and. Jeans. The next light but I wanted to touch on just finish up like. The like. Next to the new fifty two is the picture of Superman rebirth, which is also drawn by Jim Lee but I think it's How much different. His Superman is. That looks more like regular super. Well the Rebirth Superman Is the. The Lois and Clark. Road to rebirth Superman. This superman from. Pre flashpoint. Yeah. So in the. I mean the suit looks different but then we also go to next to that. Well I don't want to skip ahead. I do like. I like this suit it looks. It looks smoother. I like new fifty two. I even like the collar I like the armor. Of the CRIP Tony in armor and stuff. and. Then in this shot, you talk about the the boots. With, the with the red line with the little uptick of the red line on. This whole suit is blue, but it's got the the Red Bell. which is almost even reminiscent of Mana Steel where you know you've got the the buckle in the center and then and then it's blue in between and then you've got what looks like the rest of the belt that goes around the sides that goes around the hips, and then you have the cuffs on the risks that are very ministerial. And then I do WanNa mention this actually throw this in there when they did the soft tweak. To the new fifty to suit with the Johner amita junior and Geoff Johns where. It had like. The risks came down like on the Jim Lee here like the risk comes down at a point. And in this a came over the knuckles and over the thumb, and then the K- kind of wrapped around and the belt Kinda did instead of a straight across a dip it was like the same super like slightly changed. So. And in the last suit James taken away because we know how much we love this suit? Yeah. This is This is the reborn suit after. Superman and Clark head merged. The way they did in the reborn story line. And it's got the the light, the sky blue. A. Blue Bodysuit. Really good ass like it's large, but it's not like overly huge. It takes. Excuse, me takes up most the chest. And literally just goes to the bottom of the sternum. The full red bell with the with the little yellow yellow buckle on it the red, boots New Trunks here I mean, this is. This is like one of my favorite suits nothing. No surprise here this is James is probably. Favorites soon that we've seen recently in communists. I. Mean Pretty Close to so far I mean, yeah it's. It's one of the best suits the only without the trunks. The only thing I would you differently, I hate saying that. Critic. I put the cuffs back. Yeah. I like the cuffs. I. Think it just breaks up and I think it's Kinda. Cool I. Mean that's something different out there. Okay. Yeah. and then the thing about it is what bugs me here is because you know the modern is the classic suit back to the Red Trunks and I mean, it's just it's the classic suit that that it always was just. You know I mean it's just the thing that bugs me is was. To bring back the suit. They gave a nice story reason why you now giving lowest the Crip Tony Suit? So that way she would be protected when she went to space with John. But then she comes back in just a matter of weeks and then it's never seen heard from or talked about or asked about again they just the used it as an in story reason to put him back in the classic sue and that's it. Trunks are back. Yep. And so keeping in this error jump to the next one. And that's where we have our action comics number one from the new fifty two where he's just wearing jeans at t shirt with Terrell's Cape. And then I put in the Superman truth. Story Line. He's back to having being depowered, but he has a blue t shirt with the s that I actually like more of the Fleischer. Style S. To I. Think it's just once again it's that. That is like the. That's cost playwright there that I just naturally find myself falling into every day before heading to work. Some Point Superman today. Imagine that Superman again today. HOOPS ME my bad. Oh well, and then I wonder if. This coming. So the next the next slide. I kinda pit them together IS THE BLACK SUIT REJUVENATION suit from the deaths return Superman, and then the black suit that we would get later in the lowest and Clark. Wishes the superman that would then become the rebirth superman. Now looking at the suit now we can. A pre flashpoint superman. We call. I see where like the Dean Cain got the blue from the toes got the silver in the black suit toes because to me that's the Dean Cain suit that he had with the blue right there. But just it's silver. Yeah I mean literally like it's the blue cuffs where the silver cuffs are the. Blue Shield where the silver shield is in. Yeah. The The blue tells where the silver toes are at. So. yeah. I don't know why they didn't Two more on suit for most Clark but. It's like okay. Yeah the the the lowest. Clark suit, the the Comic Lois and Clark suit there at the end of the new fifty, two he's got the he's got the silver ass with the black background The picture we got here is a full silver S. Silver. S and silver background. And he doesn't have the cuffs. He's got a silver belt and silver boots. Our. Drop out of this suit as I dropped the silver boots. Other. Than that. I actually pretty much like this. I mean I prefer the boots to the to the Silver Toe Yeah Not, a fan of the silver. Or. Like the solid like black gloves the he has. The rejuvenation blacks you. But you know. This. You know if no one's ever read the Lois and Clark. Run. It's a great run. A great story I didn't read it at first until someone told me I needed to rebate and I bought the first issue I read it and then went to the shop and bought the rest. Yeah it wasn't intrigued yet. Or couldn't find the end now now it's a trade and IT'S A. Lois and Clark Road to rebirth or something I'm pretty sure as is the title. Is Tagging a road to rebirth Lois and Clark. It makes sense. So yeah, 'cause it's it's Superman. It's this version of Superman and Lois and John. Kent. Because they got pregnant had John Kent during convergence event amass how he ended up how they ended up on this world and It's him in the background. It's them in the background while everything in the new fifty two is going on. And all the way to the end where the new fifty, two version of Superman. Dies Story his death. Still. Really good one now. Is. So. Please the last slide there was probably guys done yet. To the last slide, we're talking about Superman no, of course not. Dog. Is the Jim, Lee Drawing. Of Superman, from action comics one thousand. Two what the current? Look of Superman is. and. Honestly. I think this drawing first of all is one of Jimmy's worst. I. Don't think it's a good drawing. I know I'm not trying to be like D. bag here. Pay People not trying to say oh No he doesn't. I can't better really not. I can't do better. But what I'm saying is his Cape looks horribly flat. It's so weird to look at this superman after seeing the other to Jimmy Superman that we just looked at and discussed. And then I look at artwork for. Businesses, run and you have Ivan Reis is drawing Superman. That I think looks amazing. I think I think Jim Lee's version of Superman here. Being Action Comics one thousand. Being a tribute to the very beginning. I, think that's what this is. I think this is a you know a modern look at the classic Superman, you know stockier. Built. You know just rounder face rounder body. You know what? I mean I. Think I think he I. Think he did this on purpose you know what I mean just. It's Kate's that really gets me. Yeah I can see that it does look very flat against it, which is really weird to say coming from like Jim Lee drawing because if you read. Justice League origins. The depth that he has in all of that artwork is like renew nearly unparalleled. Yeah. You don't see that type of depth and perception in in a lot of artwork I. Mean it's unbelievable in especially in origins the first six issues. So to see you know how to to see it and look at it and and you know think that like, yeah, that kind of. Looks flat it doesn't look. So three dimensional behind you even with the shad, the shading and stuff. Yeah it's definitely I definitely can see that you know and what's crazy is. Here is less than. Oh. Brain His it's basically the standard superman costume. The looks in this picture, the s looks a little bit more new fifty, two esque. Always sharper edges. and. Then he has the cops plus version of the cuffs on his wrists other than that. It's like we're back to trunks and everything like I said, I, love the Arte Ivan has done for just regular superman in the bendix run. Yeah Superman the bend, the Superman book in in. Around has has looked fantastic. So I mean. Yeah. That is our you know our almost two hour talk about superman in his suits, which is it's been a good time. So. I just wanted to say thank you James for discussing suits. You know if we had someone on here who was probably like really into cost player, whatever we can probably dug into a lot more like you know fabrics and everything but I decided to be kind of cool to know look at the different ways superman his Volvo like you know people are about the difference changes and all the bats use and Doug that there's been a lot of changes in the bat suits. But there's also been a lot of changes in superman suits as well and I just wanted to you know bring that knowledge. To everybody you know yeah, you know it's it's our opinions on some of the students you know it's not every soup but you know things we liked things we don't like. You know a lot of great suits over the years and. Obviously a few a few duds but. You. Know I mean. It's it's iconic. In all forms. Aren't good listeners finish your feedback. You know you can reach us at Krypton report on twitter facebook instagram. crypt on report pod at gmail.com, send us your feedback and what you think. 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Ep 2.51: MLSisBack Preview (Part 2) f/t Bronico, Richey, Clark & Rosenberry + North London Dangly Drby

"WHAT'S UP, everybody? Welcome back to Sam's Army this episode, two point fifty one, featuring the second of our two part mls is back tournament preview. We get some embedded spies talking to again this time. It's Bland Bronco of the Chicago Fire Spencer Richie Se Cincinnati Portland Timbers. Steve Clarke and Keegan Rosen Berry of the Colorado rapids. Obviously, it's a very. Fluid situation things have been popping up left and right. Teams have been falling out left and right in fact, so since we talked to brand the other day I. Let's see national is officially withdrawn from tournaments of fire were transferred to Group B with a bunch of West Coast teams so obviously. His his group preview is a little a little off, but hopefully you can you know we'll just we'll deal with it because everybody you know, everybody's doing the best. They can make sure this term it happens and happens safely it is what it is so anyway. In addition to those interviews. This episode also features a weekend preview. I got mikey follower coming on it onto the end of the podcast. Basically couldn't not give everybody a heads up on what to watch for in the north London. Dangling Darby that is coming up this weekend. And and of course also the rest of Europe. There's a there's a bunch of other games. Some good ones in England and especially Italy so Hopefully we get a little heads up on what to watch for in so with that as the extended intro. Jump right into part. Two of the MLS is back tournament preview here we go. All right next up. We Got Brandt Bronco of my hometown. Chicago fire so grant first and foremost. Thank you very much for joining us how you doing today. Yet no thanks for having me I'm doing doing well ready to rain hop on the podcast Nice Nice will great to have you, so you now are in Orlando. The beautiful, sunny, warm, tropical sunny spot that everybody's everybody's happy happy place at this point How long have you been down in Orlando at this point? We've been here for about six days. you know I was expecting a little more sun, but come to find. There's a lot of thunderstorms. So we've been kind of dealing with so far sort ironic, 'cause. Chicago's been nothing like eighty nine like hot and sunny for the last. I've heard yeah very very nice little too hot for my liking, but whatever I'm not GonNa Complain. So. What's The vibe like? You're in the bubble now? You officially breached the bubble. You are Are you surrounded by dudes and has met suits I mean does it feel just normal, or is it like there's little reminders here and that like you are in a very strange abnormal situation? No it's definitely unique. Um, we got here. Obviously, everybody's having where mass when you're outside of your room. There's a hand sanitizer stations everywhere. You're not really allowed to congregate too much in groups or hanging out too much really with other other teams. You're Kinda just with your teams, and and you're also having to stay on the resort campus, so you're not just kind of free to walk around you're you're literally just in a bubble and the only time you really leave is when the butts takes you to training and and back, so which is like an eight minute drive. So it's definitely unique kind of like being on lockdown in a in a hotel but but it's not all that bad I mean this kind of stuff for us to do, and and we're just focused on. Getting back to playing in. And really just. Being in giving the best version of ourselves on an office field to each other and to this club, so that's that's really what we're focused on Nice well SEC after made a spouse alertly we. Speak for for a lot of people when I say that we can't wait for you to get out there as well So, what was your anxiety level? You know, say you in Chicago a week ago. He hadn't been down to the bubble. He didn't know what was really going to be like You probably didn't really know anything about Dallas. At the time national at the time Florida. Itself probably wasn't a the. Whatever messages now least not as bad. So, what was your anxiety level before coming to Orlando? So there's a couple of things I mean just like the virus in general You know you're you're always second. Guessing like gets more hand sanitizer did I wash my hands enough today? Even though it's just like you're always thinking about okay, am I clean enough? You know to prevent getting virus, and then the second thing is but kind of like the unknown about the long term effects of the virus. You know as soccer players. Obviously, our respiratory system is extremely important having to run ten to fifteen kilometers per game. So that's that's the biggest issue for me is is the long term I just turned twenty five. I WANNA play soccer as long as I can at the at the greatest level that I can play it at physically, technically mentally so you know I really. I really hope I. Don't get the virus and to if I do check the virus, I don't want it to affect me long-term term. And, We don't really know what's what that what that is or how that will affect us, so that's kind of you know kind of always lingering in the back of my mind and always making me stay as stay as clean as possible. Washing your hands twenty years. Literally I mean it's just constantly like did a wash my hands. Wash my hands again. Gets more sanitizer. Like five wore masks on. Over the first masks. Also, now that you're down there and now that the FC Dallas situation has officially. Exploded Nashville is in the middle of exploding. It's sort of feels like Has Your anxiety level for playing? Gone up or down now you're actually there. You have a grasp what the bubbles all about. But at the same time there's these other sort of dynamics situations happening what your thoughts now are anxiety up or down. It's it's fluctuated. With Dallas having all these cases in Dallas kind of pulling out. And leaving and now nationals getting more cases. That's actually a team that that were playing her at least opposed to play and it's like J if we step on the field against these guys and maybe one of them. Has that protests in recognized that they had it yet? And we contract it. You know what's that? How's it? GonNa Affect Gus. So I guess said it's fluctuated up and down It's a little bit higher right now. Considering our game is supposed to be tomorrow. Who knows I? I know I know you're not. You're probably whether or not you're probably not be able to say anything eldest, tell you right now. There's no chance you guys are playing that game tomorrow. Yeah, I don't as you to lightweight. Off Yeah I mean stepping on the field of the team that you know. Even the test when the test say your negative. You don't know that's actually true. You know we get into the signs of a we won't we don't need to. It's just yeah. There's a lot of reasons to be a little nervous at this point While you know it's, it's dynamic situation. We'll see how that works out. For the time being let's let's focus a little bit off. The the virus released through the minute. Let's. So fire fest sixty five dollars Ham sandwiches. Yes, or no, it Abbott. Now! We got here in time for dinner, so dinner was a little better. You know we had like Some chicken and Broccoli and Wrightson can maybe it looked like some microwave, a bull tupperware. so. I was glad I didn't have the fire. Fest Sandwiches I was just like I. Mean I was cracking up when I saw that on twitter goods. It literally looks exactly like one of those meals that was from Fox fast. It was just it was an unfortunate the visual for for the League but I think that it sounds like you and some other people have said like you know. The food wasn't as bad as as you know. People were making it out to be but still tough. Luck tough scene. Yeah, I mean. Just maybe because had the coin tea rooms for like the first day and a half, so we got those positive or negative results back and then we can go down in at team meals in in our designated rooms and the food down. There is a lot better. Now, do you have any interaction I think you said you may have mentioned at the beginning you don't but devi any interaction with other teams like you see him across the hall at the Hallway, but like across lake, the pool area like wave, doom or like. Is there any any interaction whatsoever? I mean you walk by in the in the lobby and just throughout the hotel H. each team has the floor. So you're not. You're not seeing any longer floor and we're not allowed to go and hang out with if we have. Friends on other teams are not allowed to go in their rooms and hang out with them but if you're in the lobby or are just walk into the jam or walk into just anywhere walking in the common areas of boats, l. you I mean you see like at pretty much every other team that's that's in your hotel. Is it like when when I assume it was probably with with Dallas before, but now they're leaving soon. Nashville is like when they walk into like the combination as everybody just sorta spread out, you're you're you're taking the long way? Nicer up what? You're going around the lobby to the elevators, and you're not sharing elevators that Nashville. They stick out. Do you know bright yellow? It's gotTa Bill. It's gotTa to be tough for a good for you guys tough for them. I was actually a taken in an elevator up, and like planning on holding it for the guy is in favour like don't don't hold it for us. Man Save Yourself. Twenty dollars like a good call like it was Smith. We're all in this together eight. Okay, so if you could sum up your thoughts, your feelings on the MLS tournament in loan word. What would it be? In one word. I mean the best. The best way to describe it is is just. I mean we're. WE'RE IN A. Analogous, an uncertain time with pandemic and we're trying to get sports back. Just to be down here in a bubble kind of like on lockdown while trying to restart the season, it's it's all just extremely unique and and definitely I guess. Circumstance that I will never forget. And hopefully will be in again. Yeah seriously. Unique is good. I've gotten hopeful of gotten chaotic. Unique so every? One of these. They make sense. Yeah were coming from Okay, so let's talk a little bit about soccer here. You know that's why we're here. That's why Orlando. Why you're braving the. Florida whatever who talk? But so Chicago Chicago, fire it was a it was A. it was a an interesting off season There's a big time changing of the guard. INS outs so obviously. You've practiced with guys for months. You probably zoom meetings of. Months, but you did play two games in I in my experience where he really learns. What teams all about learn a lot about certain guys, so you had a close tough loss to Seattle and a draw with New England, so what would you say were the biggest takeaways both positive and negative from those games? I think positive like speaking in thinking you know. We have an extremely motivated group team that a team that wants to work together a team that wants to get better and also a team that that shows a Lotta. Heart like I can sell like whenever we show up like everybody steps on the trade deal than and they WANNA train. They WANNA. They want to try and get better. They WANNA post their teammates and and they want to win. You know we're very very competitive and I think I think those are. Really, like extremely important in great traits for for every player in every team to have. It was you know the results were unfortunate in the first two games, but I thought the team did show like I thought we should have a lot of promise in with other guys coming in and kind of establishing themselves within the team. I think this team is definitely something that a lot of people can be excited about. so let a new faces a lot of new names. Are there any guys that you have now been playing with for few months? and you known for a few months Are there any guys that you think are sort of poised to really sort of break out and be like they're basically underrated at this point in names and faces that people should know by the end of the season. yeah, I think one in particular The barretts robber barons. You know I think he's. He's really good and I think he's underrated on just all around. Great a great forward on. He has a great technique. He can finish the ball. He can hold the ball up. He's smart He can lay the ball. All makes good runs. I think he's I think he's poised to just just be a breakout player for this team and this league nice. Nice good here. We you know hopefully him in you know. Cj there'll be a nice little tandem of Oh. Yeah, yeah, they're. They're exciting to play with Banta, not not so exciting other teams to play against. It sounds like a like a like a handful. Let's say okay. So, let's forget to the tournament itself, so you were drawn into Group A with Orlando Miami NYC Philly Nashville first thing everybody will. Realize from that. listed a lot of names. So you're in, you're in a sixteen group were as every other group of five of them are fourteen group. So you know I I thought you had when you saw. You're in a group of six. What was your sort of initial reaction? Just like okay, we'll. How's this GonNa? Work, you know. WHAT WE AL? We! Have more teams in the rest of the group. So that doesn't seem fair. But I was like what I still don't even know the rules unlike who advances with with our group, and how all that works but you know I guess it's really just about us kind of taking care of business with teams that we'd do play. I. Mean if you win. You don't have to worry about how it's. GonNa work. Because if you win, you'RE GONNA. Go through, so that's that's the biggest thing for us. Anyway because we got drawn into this group and we had no control over that true. Okay, and so you guys play just talked about this I think I already forgot, but I think he played Nashville Miami and new NYC right opponents. You don't play Orlando in Philly. would you say who who'd you say from? The group is the biggest threat to the fire obviously to win the group. I think new. York City is New York City a an established team that. Consistently makes playoffs. They have good players And they've always been a tough team to play against so I think they're kind of the biggest threat in our group, and also with Kinda Miami and Nashville being expansion clubs this year, and also not having a lot a lot of time to work together and kind of build that chemistry. So that's why I think a New York City kind of has manager over them. Good thoughts on the playing a game at nine in the morning. Man Like. We're talking this pre prerecording a slight. Can I feel like the youth days you your mom? My Mom's not going to be here. A wake me up at like six am saying Brandt. We gotta to leave. The game. To set my long this time. It'd be a little young. Play with you know in our youth. Days play like five games a day, so it's it's nice you can only you only got to focus on ninety minutes in that? Game to game the game, right? Your body's not just aching the rest of the day. Johnny get through that last game I mean listen I play like Rec League in. It's like forty minute games, and my body's hurting for like three days after this point so Yeah, I can't even imagine play Multiple Games today. well listen. We are rooting for you to get out there I am. AM rooting three to win and really hope this goes on obviously the the dynamic. The situation is incredibly fluid especially Nashville. We don't know exactly what's going on, but you know best of luck. Really appreciate you guys sort. Put yourselves out there and try to make this thing. Go and hopefully go. It will but best of luck, and hopefully we'll have you back on at some point. Yeah. No, I appreciate you having me on. had a ton of fun and hopefully. We can get back to dome what we love and that is clan soccer and and winning games. Let's do it love it. All Right? The next victim is a very familiar guest. You might remember him from. Let's see most recently. We had you on with Tim Parker of the Red Bulls. As. You're talking about your Vancouver Shenanigans back in the day so everybody welcome back, Spencer Richie to the program. Thanks as always for joining US and What's what's cracking in heels world? Talent Mickey Mouse World. You know it's It's a bit different. It's sort of a covert preseason by down here, but I think the last team The LLC arrived last night so. We're officially full. Go down here, man, so we'll see. We'll see how things go, and I'm eager for the game tomorrow. Wine near Orlando Plan It's more night just to see for. Everythi what happens. The of the game How is you know it's? A lot of unknown coming up here so I'm looking forward to you. You've been doing a lot of a lot of jogging. Lot of in shape you. Respiratory System is at at peak physical condition. I've been taking my vitamin D S. when I hear I'm India's is key to the keep cove away so I haven't been doing a lot of Iraq but well. All right so how long you been in Orlando at this point. So we? We traveled last, Monday. So, we've had a bow, know six sessions now. And yes, we're going on day eight year. We'll see you get a sense of the of what bubble life is all about at this point? What's the? What's The vibe like? Is it feel surprisingly normal, or is it like there's just a lot of reminders of this is not norm. I think. It's I mean normal now you know, but the world's not normal right now. I I've said eligible. It feels a bit like it's a big preseason. Tournament on preseason deemed will go down to G. or Tucson Arizona. Whatever these complexes where you know. Quite a few teams will stay in Marion. Play against each other it SORTA. Has that field too? But obviously you know people are trying to respect, protocol, mass, and You know, get a frigging cotton swab shoved up your nose every other mornings, not superfund, but. It feels it feels alright. You know the first day was Kinda rough with the Corinthian in the whole, the same which gate that blew up on twitter. but since then, honestly, it hasn't been too bad, you know. The foods been solid The hotels big enough that you don't really. Cross paths to ops with other teams, so on all it's. It's not terrible so. What was your anxiety? Level is do like a one through ten before actually making down to Orlando. What was your was your level at? Like idee towards the the upcoming trip. Yup, and everything living down Monsignor comes with it. I'd probably say like Three or four. I mean I wasn't overly concerned. especially because our Cincinnati hasn't been a you know. Colbert hotbed in comparison the rest of the country We haven't had any positive cases in our club. No antibodies, no nothing so you know. If we had some positive cases within our team. And then we were traveling interacting all the time. Maybe it would have been a bit higher, but for the most part we have been healthy. Knock on wood, that probably helps reduce some. Zaidi sure instill how so he said three. So, how has that changed? Since you've gotten down there? You've got a sense for what it's all about. But at the same time Florida has continued to be a mess. You Got Dallas pulling out because of all these cases Nashville now seems like they may be heading that direction. Would you say that you're still had a three, or is it going up or down? Not say it. It's gone up for sure you know. Once you're in even with. No on the side of the Dallas in national on their cases rising I think once you get down here and you know all of the super strict protocol in. This county of of Florida's as you mentioned. Maybe. The most covert prevalent in the whole world right now so But you know they. They've done a pretty good job in you know they're. Your requirements is sort of keep you from hotel? Workers you know like I say they won't come. Clean your room unless you ask you know things like that food serving his yet the big plexiglas in here get served in under a little slip in itself so But with it for sure I mean you see what happens to Dallas in what's happening to nationalities teams were. A, how contagious this thing is in! Even you know athletes in their mid twenties thirties, you know. Some of the healthiest people in the world are are contracting this virus so certainly. It's only human. I think for for guys, diety levels to go up a little bit, but the League seems pretty confident that these teams sort of brought the virus or were exposed to in market before coming here You know I think if you started to see. Random teams like San, Jose who's been down here almost two weeks now. If they start to pick up a to with a then, you start thinking Oh shit. Is Not so bubbling, people get a lot more nervous. As long as it's sort of combined these teams, they can keep it that way I think that I, think most guys will be all right. Okay so. You know we've heard from a number of guys pulling out. Carlos Vela obviously the biggest name to do so There was a handful of guys from your team in Coober. Who just recently said they're not? They're not coming. So did you have a sense from your teammates? Fence about coming. I mean for sure I i. think that the. Sort of five that we got from. The molest was it was either you go or Or we don't know like or what what will happen to you at that point will. How much salary will they be able to take? Is there you know? I think for a lot of guys Matt. Lampson sent a tweet out the other day about people saying older pro athletes will be fine I mean. There's a lot of athletes down here. That have respiratory issues that. Blind Matt. Lamps in his letter two time. Cancer Survivor. So even with pro athletes. You know there's a lot of guys down here that have. Higher risk. There's a lot of guys down here that have we have a couple of guys on our team? WHO has pregnant wise do within the next month. In south. You know there's a lot that goes into a is E. is he the golden boy so he gets to do what he wants out now, but he also has a pregnant wife. Is Note three year old kid back home jail now? How can how can anyone really say you know? How can he? said, I don't feel safe, and I don't want to leave. My Wife's and my. You know my kids I mean it might not even be him not feeling safe. Just imagine leaving your. Your pregnant wife in with Hill and then you know having to like talk to her on the phone every now and again she I shared, but your head off so sure partly, too is even with that like in our guys perform you know. There's internationals that have wives don't have driver's license, or they don't speak English in their all sudden left in the city. They know nothing about it. So now there's is a lot of of sacrifice that you know that comes with this tournament in. It's not just you know the code which is to the Front Center Parbat. Sure so speaking of sacrifices We're talking about a bunch of dudes hanging out in a bubble I mean metaphorical bubble, but really just like some hotel rooms for the next month. You know extracurricular activities are going to be. Rather Rather Limited you're a happily. Married man recently congratulations. But. Have you heard any chatter from the younger perhaps more single crowd about What was going to happen over the next couple of weeks? Even like the like we had a call with the League today. You guys are like Dow's. They haven't been able to leave the room in ten days their hotel room. It's not everyone has a patio. Let alone, guys, you know want to go, run off in chase girls or whatever, but just getting a breath at goddamn fresh area which. Is for those guys so. Not Locked in my room, but we'll see me. We're only one weekend, but You know maybe down. The line will be some some good stories of. Guys runoff for getting in trouble also so damn hot outside the. How people. Nobody just wants to go inside it all theory. While so here's the reason I bring it up. I have a theory. You'RE GONNA. Have to hear me out on this one so guys you know in the bubble. Shut in for however many weeks way from their wives girlfriends away from the bar scene from potential hookups. ETC I. my theory is that there's going to be a lot of pent up aggression. It's going to continue to build so over the course of the tournament. There's going to be a lot more silly or stupid. Red, cards. Stupid things happen that caused the suspensions, or whatever else and the smart coaches are going to plan for this in either keep your hotheads on the bench for the you know the maybe the last group game. Or send send agitator out there to go get in somebody's go against somebody's grill and get them worked up and get them sent off. Is My theory. Do you feel nece feeling what I'm putting down here? A, partial I also think that probably the young guys. Or the teams that have younger rosters are GonNa maybe thrive at this tournament with the heat and the lack of build up the lack of preparation. You know up until these Games So it'll I mean honestly who knows what's GonNa, happen, you. Know. Who Who am I think? The favorites are frigate now I mean. Does L. AFC. Who just got your today like? DO THEY WANNA? Play with if they have a a nine am game and which is a six am on the west coast. ARE THEY GONNA? Get up for that game. I don't know. For the NBA team that as you know? Is it going to be some team that plays much academy. Kids have mixed five halftime, and they're just running all over the place. It's GonNa win is turn on the. Who knows who knows laughing? I think he leaves some clubs should at least you know. Look into, maybe not comfort women or comfort men, but maybe some comfort sex dolls you know, just look into the just look into it. I think it's just it's worth looking into. They can bring some of the those sort of blow up like the mannequins that they use on from South Korea when they had all the south. Green dolls in the stands just get someone else. I think has legs okay so last question about the housekeeping background stuff in Orlando one word to describe your thoughts or feelings about the analysts back tournament. Surreal? Okay. Good one gotten surreal chaotic. Hopeful. some of the some unique has another one I got. People on, you know talk to my whatever family or friends like. How is it down on like it is like it's like you're in a movie. It's surreal. Truly right like as we said before we got on like everybody, everybody's life is surreal right now. It's just like a totally different experience, but you get an extra layer of suspended animation I think is what the what we're calling for, so it's crazy. Okay, surreal works. Let's talk about soccer. You know that's what we're all here for so you guys you know? Know. You had a an off-season. Listen changes, you practice for our many weeks and months, and then you had two games, and that's where in my experience where you really learn, you know you learn more about people when you actually get out there with live bullets so from those two games. What did you learn about? FC Cincinnati that you didn't know coming in? I would say You know it's something. I learned something that I noticed different last year's. We went to two tough places to play. at rebel added land against two of the best teams in the east to the best teams in the loss over the. Years in bullied them. Both be played in both closed formula liable than I think that was something that you know maybe last year in especially towards the middle end when you guys are a bit defeated that we might not have been able to sort of bounce back from in game. we conceded in both went down And at that point, honestly, we didn't play well. The start either game and to go down. We're not playing well Of course, that was a part of this last year. Knows that you know there is still some memory of the poor season. We had last year and I thought. You know the guys for the most part were. Resilient. In strong-minded to to get back in those games to make them close in into, give ourselves a chance at the very end to to get points out of those games, so you know in those who are first we? We had the head coaching change just leading up to the season We had a fairly new roster coming into the season at least starting to Lebanon quite a bit different kind of a similar situation entities yance with with a new manager in charge in. Geyser are trying to suck up or soak up as much succour. Maybe they're trying to. Bindu up as much information tactically as they expand and trying to apply on the field, so in I think more than anything that's on something that is approved from last year is sort of the teams mindset. so the big news over the break not only did have changes over the season, but yet changes you know since the since his whole shit storm landed on her on her face so. Yep, Stan or somebody who looks a lot like him was named your head coach. fueled. Ask you weeks ago, obviously a lot of people will remember Yep from his Manchester United days big better, Dude. You do not want to fuck with What's changed since he walked indoor? I think just the level of. Of Focus in seriousness when it comes time to train off-field, he's you know of course He isn't intimidating guy on his You know he's not very extremely expressive but off feel he does like in Obamacare. does like to laugh and joke about things, but on the field. He's a a series guy. You know I think I think that's probably something that we as a club on in our group of guys, players probably needed as we had coming off a tough season. You know sometimes you need someone to comment in sort of set the tone of the mentality that you should have day in day out. and I think that's something that he's done. He's certainly meticulous in how he wants to play how he wants to defend so it's been. It's been fun to work work under art form over these last. Few weeks or months in I think the other guys on the team feel the same it's. It's easy to listen to. When he speaks, you know because I mean hell. There's not. There's not many guys that you know when they say we should do this do that they can say with the experience that he has so so it's been fun. So. Does he wanNA bring that same meticulousness to like the social media game, and the you know when you tweet out pictures of players, or maybe even coaches after. I was wondering how he's. Tell you that the I zoom call them. Now is the first thing straightaway said. This is actually what I look like so. Again there have been some changes in the communications department since then I. Don't know if that was part of the reason why but and I felt bad. I mean like I joked about it at the time because he has to joke about it. It's just hilarious, but I really hope that I wasn't like I. Mean it wasn't just me so it's not. Not Like I'm going to get, somebody fired, but really hope that somebody didn't actually want to jot like. It's August one person that just finds that like that photo Shirley has to go through somebody s take a look at it right I'm not actually sure how like MLS. Social Media Team were expect You GotTa have a couple is on that right. Okay as long as the conspiracy theory that it was intentional ticket the whole world talking about Se Cincinnati listen if they lean into it, I can't remember whether they did or not, but like you should have leaned in. It was absolutely people were talking about around the world. All publicity is good publicity Okay so now looking ahead to the tournament itself. GET MLS back is back. I mean. I guess let's hope let's hope let's. See you got you got named into drawn into group E with Atlanta rebels in Columbus so those are three teams to what you've already played. Range Enough What were your initial thoughts? We saw the group. Initially if I was I mean I don't know if it's of the group itself or just to have some some names in front of opponents that you're actually going to get to play against was excitement for sure I think Atlanta in Red Bowler are kind of intriguing games, because obviously the teams we played earlier in the year, lost each game by one goal, and it's fun to get another crack at those two teams. No doubt in neutral side, and hopefully with you know some some revenge on it for us, and then of course, Columbus's Columbus Columbus so. That's always one that you WANNA play. So the book, bookmakers seem to think Atlanta is not only favorite to win the group one of the favorites to win the tournament and this is despite the fact that they don't have. Just Martinez at their disposal anymore, do you still see Atlanta the as the one to beat in Groupie? Would say solar the team. That's had the most. Success over loss you know few seasons with that as I said before I think there's it's not like we're playing one game at Mercedes in one game. You know it says I think we play at nine am. It's a bizarre. Scenario you know, but everyone's doing. I think we have one game at each time. One at nine am one at eight. PM AND WANNA ten thirty PM. I think there's. For sure being a good team is is important, but I think it's also the team that Cope's with the environment with the humidity. The sub rule three Games in eleven days. I think. Arguably the team that copes with those elements the best will in will be the most successful in this tournament so a lot of wild cards in there, you never know Cincinnati may actually said that the favorite to win the group other than Cincinnati, of course what I meant well speaking of that, so I saw just recently I think it was last week, so the neurons over at five thirty eight. They do all these updates about like who's going to win. MLS Cup I gotta say. They. Don't look very favorable on FC Cincinnati odds right now. They're read along at the moment. Do you guys ever use Uber? Talk at that sort of thing or use it as bulletin, board, material or anything like that? I don't think so. I think you know especially. especially with where we are at now, you know as an expansion team going into our second year now and just all the changes that we've that we've had I think most. Certainly, you need to focus all of your effort and energy on things in house you know still trying to sort of really established identity in how we WANNA. pull a attack. How wanted to send In those sort of things. I don't think I mean. I think it can be a little bit of gas on the fire, but you know for the most part I think that our focuses. Inside an internal within our team so. Okay. All right sounds good well. you know God willing. You guys will be out there playing. Winter Skin Saturday Saturday will you know. I I wish you the best luck I wish fucking. Everybody lucked. Get out there and actually see some games. What you guys play some soccer and always always a pleasure heavy on and you know. Hopefully we'll get you get you back on here again. For too long for Sherman is turned into a goalkeeper podcast here. Man Who really is it really is? I got like Marcin Cow Ski. I like to others that are line up like Bono and. Matt freeze. I got like a whole slew of I. Don't know what it is. Maybe you guys are like you know. It's like little third grade when you're when you're flirting with him, you know like I. Like glory. That's what it is. You don't really worry about playing soccer. You sort of thinking about how can vibe with? Friends. A good talker, you never have to make save you know. I love it I? Love it great and good luck. Stay safe and best of luck out there. Appreciate it. All Right? Our next victim here is Steve Clarke of Portland. The Portland Timbers how you doing Steve. And hanging in there survive in one week in the bubble down week. One down maybe four ago or something like that three or four to go? Hopefully we can bring home the copier. The Cup here and has it's been coining Yeah, now. Things are good news you know a bit of a? Sometimes a strange five in here some. Wearing masks everywhere. There's so many protocols going in social distancing not really talking with other teams too much eden overall in the same place in this resort. In soccer wise, it's fun to be back out there on like a meaningful pitch. so before heading down there was there. Let's say one to ten. What was your anxiety level going into this well I mean look the negotiations with the Players Association gone going for a long time. You know this was going back in May, so you know. Certainly. In myself was was involved heavily in those in. You know work in to. You know work into Charlie. Make this save his possible. I mean. There was definitely some weird moments when you know teams national. Dallas came down with pretty heavy cases. and you're wondering if that's spreading inside the bowler. If they got it from their home environment, it seems now that it's just being contained by the team and the protocols working down here I mean it's pretty intense I can say that so right now. I don't necessarily feel unsafe. I don't feel like I'm going around. and talking to other players team I have a count of keep to our own. Really take your own team like it's like a German I. Guess where you're looking at other teams, the with these guys on. But. He didn't even know who they are to begin with. Not everyone has. Everyone has team called team year mass with their logo signs unbelievable. US national team. COACHES HAVE USA mask. It's just ridiculous. It's nice little marker I mean if it was like. If Nashville Dallas they're actually restricted to the rooms now at this point rights, you guys don't even have to worry about seeing seen those guys. They're in isolation side of the hotel somewhere I. Don't know where that is, but they're in isolation floors. Bubble within a bubble sounds fun. I feel feel for. Those guys okay, so one thing I gotta ask about so there's this I know you're not like a big social media guy, but you're. You're on it here and there. Have you seen? This MLS is back insider account. e-eh. Been twitter as it still active I like it hasn't behaved. Whoever that is hasn't been breaking story. They broke the fire vest sandwich and they've they've posted simone. They've been pretty harsh on on the League especially on Don. Carber seems like they have a little bone to pick, which may be understandable. Given how the negotiations wit. Is it like common knowledge? Who is behind this account among players? No No, I don't think anybody else. I don't think I I when I first saw. That's obviously a has to be a player right right for sure. No, Br and I and I saw like some of the threads like some of the main journalists are like dude. You're as you're stealing ours school. Because, the players are just, but I mean I think like an anonymous voice for the players like who's going out there. tweeting about what's going on in the in the Sandwich was classic I saw your instagram posts, which was hilarious. The fire festival. Stuff is pretty pretty funny I mean I don't like. I. There's definitely like players like you know. There's always gonNA be a question like when you play for a huge organization, a huge leap like is it who's is player held important, or is it about him lying? I don't feel like there's a lot of things on like dude. I don't see on save if I felt unsafe. Dude I, just rent a car drive in Michigan and like you know. I fuck. If she shit. If it hits the Fan Dude I swear to you. I will just walk off. You know when he doesn't. It doesn't seem like that's going on right now. I think I think it saves okay okay. So describe in one word, your thoughts or feelings on the is back tournament if you could sum them up. One word. That's a good question. It's hard to do one I. Mean I I mean. I I'm, GonNa do I'm GonNa, do well. It's three but two tours. I'M GONNA. Say Strange but fun. You know it's like it's strange outcome. It's your kind. That's eight anyone who came in here was like Nah. It's not sure it's strange. You're walking around. were. Not, a lot of people are talk into the lobby. Lobbyists starting to say hi from distance inside with mass on keeping your own team. You know there there's. Your can't go another players rooms. You know there's a lot of these rules you know capable saves, and there's a whole resort out there with like a pool and you know it's like A. You have all these tasks like I gotta go to Kogo testing in like ten minutes. You're like so it's it's. It's strange, but it's also I think everyone's you know. Kinda Jack to go. Play some soccer right right. Have you watched any of the game so far? Yet Little Bit Little Bit I saw the barn burner the opener not. The was as a fan I was just really excited to see them. Get out there and play you know just period seen soccer here was was great and the game last night New England in Montreal was actually I thought the best best game so far. I thought it was awesome. So if there's going to be more that I'm all for it, and hopefully to help grow the game. Okay, so it's enough of the housekeeping stuff. It's actually talk about soccer here, so You guys played two games before the you know the Kobe. You lost! Minnesota one three at Minnesota, and you want at home against national one zero. So practice with the guys for months. You really learn what's going on with them. Or what's you know you learn stuff about your team from game? So, what is it that you learned about the timbers from those those two games yet, the the Both those games are home, but okay, so the minister. The Minnesota loss was not a great one on opening day, but I you know on his. I feel like we're in a better spot than we weren't March. We had some new pieces so i. feel like you know, and also the other thing going on is like everyone's really excited to play. So you know it's a hungry team with the timbers you know where veteran team so to get us. Really motivated is a real positive and I think a lot of our players look good, so I'm not I. Don't know if I'd take too much. From the Games in March just because that seems like last year almost and it seems like a new seasons to. It seems like a home opener again so on, but I feel like we were fit and we're ready to go. I think players are sharp and I think that we have a good shock on Mondays. Okay now when I think Portland and I could be way off in this Portland is one of the cities in the US. That like I'd love to visit to visit I've never been there so it could be way off, but what I think Portland. I think of like a warm, slightly warmer. SEATTLE You know maybe temperatures little nicer, maybe whether just a little nicer, maybe a Lula, probably just the same amount of marijuana. For than do parlins has incredible nature. The city itself is is out there. Man It's it's keep Portland. Weird is a real thing you come. I'll show you around man. It's definitely A. It's definitely a city that prides itself on kind of like. Being different and strange. You know they don't. It's not. It's not a Gago. It's not Lincoln Park. I can promise you that. no-doubt come out to the bars here you'll see. It's a different VIBE. I tend to like it I live. I live at Portland has two sides like the river separates the west side and east side in the southeast is like people say Real Portland. It's the the ECLECTIC vintage stores. The other side is more I don't know your typical Yuppie so I mean I'm over on the east side by northeast I, I enjoy. It's definitely different. Though grow up rummage that hey, listen I'm from Madison so I have ingrained in me. That SORTA strange. Be You know just different vibe? Coming for sure I've heard. Is Next level I am. The point is, it's a lot different than Orlando Orlando is. Hot muggy just Nassar is going to be a problem for you. You guys are playing to La Teams. You're playing. We'll get to this when they get to the group like DC the weather as being a problem for you guys. I. Mean we're playing late at night. We should be okay if you're GONNA play in the earlier games which you know when he would be an issue I think that will play in at ten thirty on Monday. Like we're GONNA be fine. You know it's it's going to be warned, but we're not going to be will be able to will be able to play soccer I mean I was really concerned about that in June, retraining and. Fifteen rainy at times to Mike. So, I think we're GONNA be okay okay. Group F C grown drawn in with L. AFC. L. A. Galaxy in Houston. What were your initial thoughts when you saw the group? On. Yummy, tough group for sure I mean. I think Houston Dark La. Teams really strong. Les's probably the strongest in the League. And, then we're no, no, no cupcake either I think is one of the toughest groups by far. I mean it's a little bit different I know these three games mean count towards the season, but I'm kind of looking at it as I tournaments so like how you the group. How many points do you need to get out of the group and So that being said the first Games really important to win. I think you can get three points in your first one like you're in a good spot advance. Jer, that's against the galaxy on Monday, said right so that the. RIGHT UP! Okay, so last question. I'M NOT GONNA. Ask you the the favorite for the group. Because obviously number one you guys in your mind or definitely the favors through the group in the book. Of L. AFC obviously for I've seen that. although that Novella, so it's got to change things a little bit. You asked, is that how how much does that change things, do you? Do you see yourselves? Who Do you see as the biggest threat to you guys to win the group. Low. Finance. To be honest. It's like the way I see like game. Get One game at a time I mean if we the big threat. If you win the first game, there's you know you're you're fine. You're in your own like you're almost dead at a point where you're really advantageous, thinks I. don't I mean at this point? For me not to be a Dork about sport psychology, but like I need to make one good pass in one save one moment at a time I mean that's my biggest opponent. You know so I don't even you don't i? Mean a lot of times with the start of a new seat ally. The restarting or you don't know. which teams going to be really strong things? Go crazy in this league. You don't know you know. Houston can be the best team by far. That's just the reality. It's just the way this lead changes from year to year, and it's it's. It's not like you know you have perennial powers. I don't think. Are you know always great i? Mean that happens in little runs at years, but there's a lot of parody all right it's going to. To Be an unprecedented thing I think you're right, you know and I do think you're right about this. Being the toughest group this is a this is a stack group so best best of luck, but number one or more importantly. Thank you, I appreciate you guys. Go out there and actually playing for us. Yeah, for sure ambusher religion for Disney. Thank you. Thanks for jumping on obviously best of luck and you know being touch. Are you going to be out there? Forgetting get you gotTA Taco ready for the Goalkeeper's. We do get a TACO CAM like you're. Southern Scribble. Way Your boy. I spent some pretty good goalkeeping so far I haven't seen any of your aiding post. By the way man Dray dray was Megan statement hundred huge Turner with huge. I know you're next in your next. Yeah, that's right. Let's go. I'm not I only hate when when the hate is warranted, I'm not hating. When just a when is that words into India? Right? Goalkeeping has been huge blake in in Turner, basically the they won their teams in points so. Respect respect you're up next. I'll talk presented nicely man. Next up, we got kicking Rosenberg of the Colorado. Rapids so number one gigging. Thank you for joining us. How you doing down in Kobe Country USA ORLANDO. Florida absolutely thanks for having me a big Fan. Really appreciate. Guests now doing well. survive down here. The the bubble is blessed. It's different normalizes. Right so, what are what are the is? They're just constant reminders everywhere that you are not in real life right now. Yes it's it's been interesting You know little things like signs on on every floor. You know exactly what team needs to beware and team rooms and meal rooms and arrows on the floor point in this war to for testing, and how did get to the buses and stuff like that, but from May directionally challenge. It actually helps a little bit so I appreciate. Sure. Now So, what were your? On a level of say one to ten where you like anxious about this entire situation was there talk on your team about maybe not playing or was everybody on board with this? Yeah I mean dating back to even when negotiations between US players in the League started. There was obviously a lot of concern in just with with how this. Viruses, taking over the world. In lot of people to come back with. You know. How does it affect young people? Should everybody that worked up about it, and why is such a pushback with athletes in general, and that's true I mean I completely understand that, but I don't know at the same time you know we have a right to come to. The table negotiated away that we feel safe and unsure about stuff. And we feel that it has a benefit for us to come back to plowing just as much as for the League so yeah, one hundred percent there were concerns. you know even. For me, you know twenty six I have a wife, but no kids. No family I don't look like you know. I don't have my parents out on another round, younger older people lot, but guys eighteen. You know three or four kids, sometimes a parents them I mean. That's stuff that there's such a wide. Range of. Lifestyles nationalities and you know a guy that doesn't speak English leaves his wife and four kids at home and can't do childcare deal with communicate people kept to. Providing meals all that stuff is is. Secreted take into consideration as players and try to figure out so Yeah long answer a lot of bs but Yeah one hundred percent ends. We discussions as players and I. Think I'm thankful to be a part of a team. That is pretty closely knit. We're all pretty honest with each other. End. Yeah we even brought it down to vote at the end of the day. We're down here because we felt like. We're in a good place in the League has done a conduct job to to make us feel like we want to hear. It was a unanimous, or were there some guys Adonta play? But if you guys are playing, I'll go. Yeah, it was. Was Not unanimous, but it was Majori so and and we knew that going in. That's going to be the case then. Yeah, we're you know. We're not gonNA have going to bail on us, but but at least we know where everybody is, and you know if the decision is rose to come than absolutely immoral bought in. We're going to be here in Sounds good you know. Speaking of guys that that didn't WanNA. Go It sounds like there there. There's a mouthpiece. If you will inside a real spy inside the bubble MLS is back insider twitter account. That's been posted some stuff. I mean normally I would think it's like a fourteen year old. You know in Idaho. Who's just postings bullshit? But you know it's broken. Stuff broke the fire fest sixty five dollar. Sandwich did most of it's. It's clearly got a Let's say a bias against a Don garber. It's been saying some means staff. Is it common knowledge in the bubble who is behind that account. At least for me I was Kinda. Just like you sell the count at first, I was like you know how much validity is here. But at the same time it's kind of got me good following and I think it's. It's put stuff out either. At Ironic Times or at really good time, so it's it's the constant, really good job, and and from what I've seen. It's pretty valid so. No at least do not know, but again that's it's kind of tough to interact with each other down near. Really are kind of. Team so but it's. It's pretty much just as entertaining right yet. Is it is? It's entertaining. And as he said, it's broken some interesting stuff interesting times. So? Yeah, keep an eye on and keep an eye on that. Also I don't know if I want to actually out them, because like you know. I don't know it just seems like a fun account, and if they. If they. SAY THAT! I mean even. Press thought process going through in his like an us as a team before we actually came down here. The only perception we had of the bubbles stuff we saw on social media, and for the longest time I would be the same way I wanna put stuff out there you know, say what I'm seeing and I want to say if protocols being followed, but in the back your mind you're like what is there going to be? You know repercussions down the road of my not gonNA. Get invited to something by the League because of know again. Is that valid probably not, but you know you gotta think twice as Stuff out there with so I. WanNa say that that's the reason by the account. Somebody just wants to anonymously. On this stuff so at the same time, maybe it is a good thing, but. Will deep throat action. Okay so you guys are not the only people in a bubble in Orlando at the moment I. Don't know how close the the NBA bubble is to you guys I think on the same campus right so it's gotta be somewhere in the same vicinity of us. They actually they took the hotel response to stay in so but seeing some of the videos. It actually looks like it's. It's just as Nice. Maybe the same I don't know so I. You know going into it I figured that they would not nice GonNa. Get a little bit more molly, but but I don't know I don't really know. I was GONNA say. 'cause they. The players have done the same thing that mls players did an MBA players. They started tweeting about sandwiches and about their food about. You know the motel six that they're saying add. Jr Smith posted like Velveeta cheese, shells or something. I don't know, is there, are you? Are you following that at all? And will you use that as like you know I? Don't know some sort of leverage to be like you. Guys are really treatments like Shit over here like. How closely filer met. I mean I would almost any outfit. It's almost encouraging times to maybe see some of the treatment that is that is similar and obviously a league, an organization that has so much more money notoriety following whatever you call it. because. Yeah I was telling you before I think it was somebody on the at Sam Intercut of the meals they're getting. Their rooms are staying in stuff like that, so I don't want to say you know. It's Kinda cool for us, but yeah at the same time. These guys are making millions of dollars every year and they're stuck in. Torture down here but. Been Cool to file a big NBA cows on you before so I thought the coups mma in the in the comparison to his Sushi. Meals Was Super Funny but I think at the. They was drawn everybody because he was. Really what was going on there? Therapy? Is a good point. The NBA guys probably looking at the MLS tweets mean like what the fuck we're getting treated. Like these like lawn, fairies like percent on. Sucks for them? So you just mentioned you gotTa. You gotTA haircut. Right is a cut one of my team. Okay, okay I was GONNA. Say Barbara's down there. Can you guys like sign up for other? Narrowly there was there was talk of having a Barbara here or two full-time, and actually gone through testing in you know 'cause there's obviously pretty clearly concerns about pressure but I haven't seen that I don't think any of the guys have. I'm usually a been cut here for a while. I usually take some eighteen so. Luckily I'm want to help them out so. You're GONNA start charging. You got a minute like they can't go anywhere else here. The only guy now. I can make a killing around the entire league again. There's so much on the floor and all this but. Okay so now. I'M GONNA throw a thorough Kerbala here so. I'm not. GonNa. Accuse you be a social butterfly, but you know you got a lot of friends in the you know you know guys on different teams so I won't ask for names, but if there's a team that is likely to get caught breaking curfew or like sneaking out doing something naughty, they shouldn't be doing. Knocking say Strip club, but just you know being at a bar or whatever what teams are going to be? It's a good question. I mean. I initial cop-out is maybe Dallas in just because they've had miracle tests and putting cases, but I don't give up anymore. I don't know that's hard for me to say I mean. I, I I do like no, like you know a guy or two on each team, but it's hard to know the team culture sometimes. I Dunno maybe galaxy. Right there. It's absolute shot at left field, but. Yeah! That's my. That's my stab. Okay, we'll go that. Last last, housekeeping question, Orlando Related Anyway so one word to describe your thoughts or feelings. The MLS is back tournament right now. Word. I mean. I'M GONNA. I'M GONNA use. The word conflicted just because I think it sums it up best, but you know now that worst year and we're in it and you know we're here to compete I think we definitely are excited alert at the end of the day. We're going to be playing again. and that's everybody wants, but I think what more appropriately sums it up and just the whole process and everything getting year and make it happen was definitely pretty conflicted. Has it listen. That's a good one. That's a good one. gotten all sorts of answers like chaotic hopeful I can't remember some of the other ones, but chaotic era conflict is actually really good when. It was awesome wicked. Work. Okay so now let's talk about soccer here, so Colorado rapids. You guys you guys started the season off hot. You came in with two wins. you beat DC united and Orlando with two to one wins. What did you learn about? The team is to ams. you know the biggest good bed? Probably more good, but you good and bad lessons takeaways from that those games. Most importantly for us You know I think throughout preseason we're. We're still pretty new to Robin Fraser Coach for seven games last year. Obviously a little more permanent, but gets new players in the off season. We're GONNA relatively young group, but got a good next in A. WE learned that we win games. I think it's obviously in any professional sport. You can train together. For how many months are role in think you're a good team. And then you know not translate on the field, so and even frosted. Both or winds were were super last minute You know I think one of them. Even a stop start, but. you know we learned that we can win games we can. We can For the most part dominate the game in the NFC deserved to earn points, so I was really big for us We felt like we're in a good place in the. Fortunate timing with everything going on, but Yeah, we were really excited about the direction and You know just the culture that Robbins created in. The type of group I think talked about earlier just that we have closely net we are. We were. We were and are excited about where route as as a group of. Again trying to get back in that single could be tough, but that's that's goal. So, what what's chain like, it does seem like you guys are different team now than you were not that long ago. Really what's changed obviously the coach? But what? What did he bring something within? What is it? That's changed the team at this point. I would definitely give a lot of credits robin. You know he's. He's a guy that knows exactly what he wants he's in. Effective coaching strategy tactically, he's very heard about that. You know there was something else. Just I think leader in any. Organization in a Facet of anything is. Be Transparent with with the people that work for you, you know. Tell them exactly what he wants to do how to do it and you know within that free. That stuff but what your boss wants you to do. You know the the more transport he could be behind to do it. I mean it's GonNa. Make thing easier, and I think. That culture created on everybody's mind into. Obviously, that's something that controls a coach. Is replaced by what you're doing, but again you know what it works and. We believe in it. It's everything works together, so and we do so Yeah, lot of credits him staff. And again another the leadership in the locker, the guy's backpack. Mara, drew war Jack Chris Captain. If not older, but just good leaders to grab hold of the Group at the Right Times get. The BASAN. On. League buffing I've been in a couple of lockdown. Every year is different so. A lot of credit to those guesses route, so the leadership in general I guess is a good. Okay, so two wins right off the bat you know feels like you. Guys are are moving in the right direction. Are you guys like thinking mls? Cupper, boss, the season, or is or your aspirations little less lofty. I mean I think every came with probably where the gleyber dot would say that. I think for us. Our talk was probably more so. Game by game, and a, and a lot more short term, but for sure we we want to be a playoff team. I think you know we've seen over the years the league that once he gets the playoffs who the hell knows you know. and. In a lot of has to do with the formula in. The playoffs, but yeah I, mean we. We don't want to rule up being cup contenders. We want to get to the playoffs. You know do our best from there and see what happens because like I said. You know anything can happen at that point, so we put ourselves position like a chance to. Make sense Let's talk about the group real quick, so you got drawn into group D with a rail Salt Lake. Sporting Kansas City and Minnesota united. So, what were your? Initial thoughts when he saw who repaired with. super supernatural was yet loved to avoid the you know more or less. The teams have been crushing it over the years ahead. Drama Seattle Elliott Atlanta so buzzing about that, but second actual who? Go down. There play three teams that are really really close to US geographically. Then, Heathrow on our rival ourself. The first game Ronaldo through. A completely random draw behind that. La Let's say. In envelopes might have been frozen little better. Team was. But. But no exciting rope. I think we definitely chances going into it You know something else. Logistically is just getting used to some of these ten thirty PM, Games, and we've got I think we've got one one eight o'clock in to ten thirty, so just kind of get used to either what you do for the day or how you it up and just prepare in that way, but Each team's challenge. You know we're going to prepare weekend. Wake up but but we like. Our chances are group pressure. It does one of the more evenly matched groups perhaps. Just feels like wide open. Who would you say your biggest threat to win the groups? I probably would say Kansas City over the years. I think Bermuda's really good job with this group. They're always up for their always organized. Thirteen. Liga town declares not the you know. The teams are but. I would say most of the time that's. That's probably out of these teams would probably rate. Well, there we go. Your first game. Is Sunday playing RS L. as you mentioned rival big game, obviously best of luck out there as a fan. I should say really do appreciate you. Guys actually do in this period. It's great to see some soccer here in the US. So Thank you for that. Thanks for joining US obviously as well and you know hopefully. You'll haven't scared. You can come back and we'll actually do like a real real. Sit Down Hanson drinks and talk a little bit about your career. Maybe bring somebody else in. We'll just shoot a little bit more. When you talk about special series the. Me On. Is. I think you're. Great best of luck Sunday are Colorado. Everybody checked out. All right so there. We lot of great interviews. A lot of good stuff. Gimme little sensible bubble. Life is all about from those guys. It's it's interesting. Time sounds like an interesting situation hopefully. Hopefully. Nobody comes down with Kobe in the bubble. Because if that happens, God knows what what's going to happen to the tournament, but you know what let's move on. Let's look to the other side of the pond. There's a lot of stuff going on in Europe. We need to get to I will I bring in our custody trustee custody crooked crusty. Dressy go. Here, we got Mikey Fowler on the PODCAST. You guys know in love. Mike how you doing. What's up man going good good good good to have you back here. We before we actually talk about he on. There's a lot of good stuff any bill including the only game worth walking talking about this weekend in north London Dangling Darby we will. We'll get to that I do will advocate here so for the last week. You guys less few weeks. You guys have heard me talking about cord cutting and trying out fubo TV in the experience going pretty well I have not officially cut the cord yet. I'm getting close. I'm getting more and more comfortable like one of those people that takes forever to make any decision about anything. Starting to get close to cut the cord Fubo TV is. Just like you got cable, TV at the you know Tippi your hand and you know it's got tons of soccer permanently. Gun NBC sports most importantly or two ALITA I think ESPN is coming soon. They're not there yet. It'll be there soon. That will have Bundesliga and Syria. I soon MLS as well so it's pretty much. There's GONNA be a ton of Soccer Latifi, so if you want to give it a shot. With me, take a look at Fubo TV dot com forward slash SAM. Fubo TV DOT COM Ford Slash. And now back to our regularly scheduled soccer programming, so we in review before we get to the north, London Dangling Dari. Let's go through the week that was. A couple of things stand out to me. I'll just say the three. If you've got anymore, you can. You can throw them out there. So number one Manchester United they are. Legitimately good, they're a good soccer team right now. I think I think we have actually say that they. They are a well oiled machine. Awesome, which actually as a ton of fan is the only thing giving me strength at this point in time, because it means that you know as soon as we kicked Josie to the curb, then maybe we can actually place in decent soccer, so let's give Manchester United some credit they are. They are looking good. They are beating the shit out of everybody well-done dimension the United Number two Sheffield United we SORTA. We've I think both you and I thought that you know. After the they came back from break. Things were not going well, they the Hawkeye costume three. Points Against Aston. Villa v through like you know, what have you? The united is in a tough spot and they've bounced back to beat the shit out of Tottenham. Reciting John then they handle wolves, which I thought wolves was an absolute lack. Thought Wolves, they're they were GONNA. Take Note, Sheffield Gwinnett game, so they are in a good spot. They're they're going to get a spot in Europe well. No, no, no. They play Chelsea this weekend, so we'll see we'll see a lot about them. With this one I think wolves with with less arsenal, Anderson Arsenal look, but they still fail to take three points Lester. So, not exactly scorching near either in both those teams had easy times with wolves so I think maybe this tells me more about wolves chef, could it could? Maybe wolves is the one that came back from break. Something's happening there I don't understand I think that they're probably. Think they're really lacking Midfield. Creativity seems like every goes is coming from trial. Right or medics right now, so? There's something I think it tells me more about. Will's but Sheffield has gotten good results. Also. You know if you're doing that theory that it tells me a lot about Tottenham as well well. We both know what's going to Tottenham. fucking not a lot these days. Yeah, but I am saying is that I think Sheffield is playing well, but I also don't WanNa take the spotlight away from wolves getting again. With the the only other thing I was gonna say is what I came up with huge win the not exactly surprising Norwich. So if you don't win that then porch, you got problems, but that was a huge win for for what for to put three points between them in Bournemouth in the last relegation spots. That's that's important in Weldon Waterford unfortunately Norwich. They really are gone at this point I. Think I had a weird feeling when I was watching that game. The only thing I could think of was I think Todd Cantwell is GonNa end up playing on the other team next year. He's definitely not going to be on origin. tweeted something like which is going down Matai Ken well is not. He's not and. Is a candidate obviously as what fan that he may go, he may be a little too expensive for them. We'll take. last sailing exactly so that's That's the week review. We got a lot of weekend games coming up, so let's jump right into him so. We'll stick with England. To Start Anyway because the biggest game of the weekend. For US anyway. Probably in England period, though is the north London Dangling Darby so arsenal and Tottenham come in there that one point separating arsenal is in eighth Tottenham in ninth. It hurt to say that, but you know facts. Are Facts ourselves on fifty points tandems on forty nine. This is a huge game. I think you and our both talking about before getting on the podcast like it's more important that Tottenham finished ahead of Arsenal for me than it is the Tottenham Stale, but. I don't give a shit about Europe I wanNA I. WanNa be I WANNA. Finish the season ahead of Arsenal. It's really matters to me in this game is huge. Huge will get four games left this. Is that every I really genuinely believe like? visited one. Super, bowl super bowl the AROCCA Europa's whatever honestly. If anything it would just give experienced young players next season That's the benefit, and then the negative is like. Your alcoholism takes on a second day of the week. I don't know like. So the idea of this game getting us to Europa. No, it's the idea of finishing ahead of you. That's all that's all comes after in thankfully. Tied him come in on a tear. We've been looking mighty good lately. We both took the same amount of points from our last game. Oh my God. What a what a terrible atrocious week! I don't think there's ever been a week where Tottenham has gone. undefeated and I've been this depressed about the team. Beat beat Everton one zero in a game that was just. Painful to watch, and I thought I was going to be sort of rock bottom, and then we end up zero zero with. which is a game that I. don't even WanNa. Talk about it was so ugly was so terrible. Just, it's A. It's a rough a rough place to be right now in Tottenham land. Ursel listen you. Guys are in terms of floor. You guys are not that bad. Opposite of that I think we've played very very well, right? Players showing up I think other than the in Kenya, sending offs when it already should have been two or three because Sh- Michael was making world easing. We were blowing chances. I it should have been over then. The fact that a Katie makes a mistake. Then you're now buckled in, and then when that ten went up for stoppage-time or whatever I remember thinking faulk of seeing this is you wander breaks to and stuff. Yeah, I was like wow. I've seen this before. We're totally screwed. Around loses game. But other up until that point, we were playing fantastic I feel like I say that every week up until this point. We started sucking. We were. I said I of, but no, I could feel more confident about this weekend. which is like we said before. the that's not how this works. Yeah, I. I've I. Have Zero Expectations I'm coming into this. Assuming we are going to get our asses handed to us like we have been so bad. It's like our defense. It all starts already fence, which is trash. We have our defences trash, and then you add on the layer of dislike negatively that that so the is appetizers midfield. No. It's the negativity, so that does not Marino's fault. That negativity is Marino fault, that's what I blame marina for, and if you just sort of take those two things together, it's just like the team doesn't look like they're. It looks like they they want to play, but they don't look like they're playing together. It's just a I can't even. Can't even with this team right now? Basically Huge News, though this'll help you for this weekend. I was pissed as an arsenal fan. I heard this daily. Aly Won't be playing. For sure that is that he's GonNa. He's GonNa miss the weekend. Leasing thanks good I feel like they blow for Arsenal fans as much as. At first of all, let's music but I think he's kind of the guide. Her midfield. We actually need. We are midfield is look just disjointed. Nothing came just scored a penalty, so we put that off the board and then arsenal. No, they need to get to is basically what we know well. Almost not abroad I bet. He plays Betty Plays Donnelly. From the start I. Think he's just GonNa. Play him, and then he's going to be good. He's just keeping them in his pocket the entire time. God, we'll see him. He does seem to hate him, but yet anytime to indulge in. In. Dominates and. Every time he gets on the field, he he. He makes things happen and he's actually go Joe biggies. He thinks he's fat, right? The Fuck Josie things I. Don't like what what Joe is doing, and he's basically poisoning, the well and so like a huge faction of the Tottenham Fan base are now have turn turned on in. Here's the thing I'm laughing at Mrs. Habits Conversation Feeling, but I guarantee you when it's fucking nail on the fifteenth minute I'm GonNa. Fear like furious, but it'll end up to I. mean that's how that'll. That was all right but the. East two teams mandate like. I could not be more like remember the other day when we pick, we all picked wolves on the upon because there's no, it didn't seem like it was gonNA happen. This is the exact thing again. I can't fall for this shit because it seems so obvious. That arsenal would win this weekend, which is what's terrifying? It makes it makes zero sense that Tottenham get result from that, so that's right the fact I have. Aspirations yes, so little expectations is giving me heart. This is what it happens. You know this is exactly what had happened. God Willing God willing so I think both marv yet, but e- both of our money we actually put a gun are had both of us are taking arsenal. yeah and What do you guys playing right now for formation? Changes every five minutes. I'm just going to say four four to even though it's never. Really four five one is typically sort of I have a feeling. There's GonNa be scoring in this one. Of course I mean as long as Tottenham can score, which is not is not assured an arsenal. Go Score. Our defense trash doesn't an two goals minimum versatile. Maybe actually. GonNa Moghadam taking over. That's where Max that's a good bet. All that along. That's what I'm actually taking. All right so. People wanted to hear the little northland Darby. Northland in Dangle Darby. Are Super Our personal super bowl and At the end of this one will will. Will know everything pretty much. That's probably going to be a drawn. Know thank God this season over. Here's thank. God is just get this this schmor- portion of a season. Wipe it off and start against everything about this fucking season year. Actually before move from England though there's another big game sheffield united is hosting. Chelsea sounds like you. Just just. You know pumped Sheffield's tires. A little bit young thinks that they're going to get. There s handed over there. I didn't they get killed? I'm not so sure I'm not so sure this one. This one feels like draw to me. Ugly draw. Given. Listen, I should feel too much. They came back to bite. MINNEA- so now, they now they turn me around and they'll probably get into. Boring. Oh for sure I'd say one one draw. Sheffield, I mean it's an important game. Though I mean obviously these are two teams that are still fighting for for Europe, Chelsea's now is in a great spot. They're up in third at the main is. The team is probably. If not the if not guaranteed top four. There's a clear top four in England right now. As long as you're so where we taking city out, no, no, no, I'm just saying four best teams, okay. Yes and Lester, not. Right yet agree agree on that. Okay. Let's go to the rest of Europe. Actually some great games especially in Italy. Syria has some has some bangers. This weekend's right without fans. Syria. We don't get much credit, but like it's a this season anyway. It's been a lot of fun to watch. I, love it. I absolutely love Syria. UVAIS is hosting Atalanta in a game that pretty much if this is it like for Syria is if if Atlanta are going to catch you bay. I feel like we said this before but I. Mean it was time. If you win this game infective, you may draws this game against the season's over there nine points clear of Atlanta. They're seven points clear of Lonzo so. They have to? Atlanta has to win this game for Latino at. It was good for a while. and. It could be good if it listening to win this game, which is not out of the realm room possibility at all. Playing really well. There's a few more games. They're right. In Italy Yep, there's some big ones, yeah. swallow. That'll be a good one. Oh, I mean physically to their seven more games. Oh, there's a ton. There's play every day these days. Saas Wollo will not be easy then Oh. That's right. They play a lot. CEO Head to head a couple of weeks right so the end area is not not over like. Say Wow in ten days. You've Atalanta and then Lotto. COULD BE A in a in by ten days or two weeks or whatever. A very different situation. Yeah, and but thrown. This big. This is still really big. If you think Italy's over, it's not. And there's also the game that the doesn't have you know title implications but Napoli Hosting the lawn on Sunday Milan hot. One remembered how to play soccer I. Think at tweeted that the Manchester United AC. Milan being good at the same time is like the weirdest thing in the world. It's been decades since that's happened, but done. GRISSOM them to get their shit together Lalita. Of Stinks. Skip it, there's still there's still title race as long as Marcie can hang on. One thing I'll say about the league is. NOT JUST OVER! It so much bitching about bias. Yeah, real well this whole thing you know, it's because Real Madrid. Yeah, this Real Madrid. You know if it was anybody else, even Barsha. Just it would be different, but still much complaining. Member there is there is a stat. Masquerading stats whether it was real or not. Who knows but like seventy percent or ninety percent of referees are Real Madrid vans or something there. Was this thing going around that? Everybody actually believed. Can I I mean I? Don't actually believe that, but like you know it's just. Well on the other hand, Rail Madrid has benefited hugely bigly. bigly bigly from VR decisions. They've also benefited from keeping clean sheets every week. Right there, good team. there's no doubt they're the best team in the league arena like yet without question. which is a huge huge credit by the way to as it on? fucking coach okay. Let's go MLS. Oh, there's some. There's some big games in the MOS back tournaments. We got Seattle San Jose tonight at the Big One I. Think San Jose is a bit of a dark horse, so that should be a good game. At Not Atalanta Atlanta Hotlanta. Used to train the. I. Got My European brain on Atlanta and it hosts while host, Atlanta and red bull play. I think is GONNA senator. Rights like hosts in Orlando of course then Galaxy Portland. I think on Monday, so all those should be should be very good games the game so far. We've so far seen what. Orlando Inter. MIAMI. We've seen yet. Pizarro early see, and then we say enjoyed that Inter Miami Team I know they're young and raw. Obviously not look good under the break are not good but I. do enjoy them there are. I like watching new teams like that and I think academic fucking crazy I love. He's a always entertaining enjoyed that game best game the since the restart those the Montreal in by far the most entertaining. Good your England was four thousand to win the same they they. They of six teams play they. For me easily the best I'M GONNA put. I'M GONNA. Put a cool like. Fifty Bucks on plus four thousand. Not the not the worst bet. You will probably make in the next. Day! Share not it's not a bad bet. It also Bruce Arena seems to just be good at coaching. Tournament. It's like tournament. Play her. Leadership about your your experience. This plant skills fucking so good. The New England attack is is as good as it gets league I think. and then they got Turner. Actually saved him save their vacant a couple of times that he met her sixers game. Okay now we'll finish up with was champions Lake so the the big news too big. Actually a news events this week number one. It was announced. CBS has taken over champions. League the they only the own the rights now so as you remember a few weeks ago. bleacher report in Turner basically said no, thank you right to did any more and was going to take over in the fall of twenty twenty one. Anyway, so this makes total sense that they would just take over now, so just you know. Put in the back of your mind wins when Champions League. Rolls around in August, and they finished the. Season the competition. If you will, it's going to be on CBS. I, don't know if it's GonNa be on CBS, CBS sports CBS. All access, which is they're streaming option I. Don't know where the Games are actually that I'm GonNa. Be Mad, no matter what, but I'll be right and people are going to be mad. Everybody's GonNa be mad that I'm old enough to remember when Fox got it from ESPN. And then Fox gave it up to bleacher everybody was mad at Fox when they gave it. Stinks everybody allow more people. Wasn't we're hanging bleacher in? A they hopefully listen. There is nothing. Hell hath no fury like a soccer twitter scorn, and if people if CBS does not bring the thunder. They're gonNA. They're gonNA. Feel is like bleacher did on Channel Four Baby. On actual TV, just play some fucking games. Put it not behind pay walls like now I. Know that streaming the thing any night. Gain on the walls, but if you put it behind, paywall is number. One people are gonNA. Be Mad number. Two people are going to illegal shrimp. That's just what's going to happen. You can't you can't hear. You. So that that's the news, the second news is we got the the draw for the quarterfinals, so a quick reminder were not actually done with around sixteen, yet were three quarters of the way done, which with the round of sixteen they still have a few few games to finish up, but did the quarterfinals draw so the the round of sixteen games are gonNA be played. I think the first week of August they are actually going to be played at home stadiums teams, so it's it's a little. You know we're getting planes again. Yeah, people are moving around. Europe is not the US. They actually have their shit together they. That's why they won't allow him this point. There's a let's four games. Still the play we got uvais hosting the own man city hosting Real Madrid Barcelona, hosting Napoli, and Biron hosting. Chelsea. So those are. that's eighteen so I guess we're yeah. We're three quarters of the way through the round of sixteen, but we have only decided half the teams right right. So I'll take your while it well. Listen my brain and. They are not fans of each other they don't. Actually I'm surprised I think said actually semi you've. got. As I was learning it as I was saying. So the first week of August is, let's see August eighth, seventh and eighth. That's when those. Sixteen Games are GONNA finish up about a month away. Out a month you got a lot of soccer in between now and then, but let's you know. Is there any thoughts from the the matchups? So we know the match ups of what's the Atalanta in PSG are going to be played each other talking quarterfinals. Rebel Leipzig. Big I have no idea what to think of that. These games right so I remember we'll just throw some picks out. That I've heard some Max Brett does was on the program a few weeks ago. He is big on Atlantico. He thinks the big air course. Which? Is Good Pick I. Good pick I think especially getting PSG in this quarter final game I think Atlanta should be like if if Athleti darkhorse Atlanta is like whatever the super extra dark horses like the next. That has a lot of Monaco in. The listen. They're fun. They're almost. A! Talented players caught tone. The data money. These are one off games. We're not going home at home now. Anything can happen. I think Atlanta is my like total huge, far dark horse. I don't mind. I mean that's probably the least the least likely to win the thing. Of anybody left. As far as the bookies go. I've why I think maybe Chelsea might actually be really because they're down three zero going into the second leg. Oh! That's all right. My friend. So I. think that they're probably the longest shot, but Yeah, it's hard it. We're talking about a competition where half the teams are still around sixteen and a half of. The quarterfinals, obviously it's. A little a little screwy. I think that Barsa. I picked anyway Barsa City in Ubaid. Come through their draws I think. I'm going to route extremely hard for Barcelona. To just I don't know if I've ever. The only reason I never like go hard side I've never really enjoyed brooding for Barcelona's Madrid's of the world right But in another, they've been knocked down a peg. They feel vulnerable which makes me like them. You're projecting big time I really am I really. I absolutely rooting for them now, so I've picking Barcelona. Just so I can fall train, also picking against by Munich might given the chance, so that's why true true, yeah, well, so that's a big question, so if Champions League would played like right now or maybe. Two weeks ago, iron would probably be the favorite. I mean they they are so much. They look so much sharper even when you're watching. They great sin three borough since but. They haven't played a game in at least a week now, and they're not gonNA play again for another month, or they're also getting the Scout Everything Barcelona. Big at a break get a lot more rest I mean. There's pluses minuses here. I don't know I don't know what to say. Could be a final, and that's going to be in the round of Eight. Alyssa I'm excited like the whole month of I like I. Don't want it to be August already because that means like we're almost like through the summer in like there's a great soccer to go before him, but man I kinda wanted to be August, so you rather. Would you rather see city play against Juventus or Madrid? Just Again. city or Madrid which would be more entertaining. Yeah! I would think I would think it's the Real Madrid storyline, right? Yeah I mean with. Rinaldo I mean tap on the other side. So Like we didn't even touch on this, but on Monday. The big. Decision on Cities Appeals GonNa. Come down, so we're GONNA find out if city is officially. Banned from the Champions League for two years or one year or zero years. I think they're gonNA. Cut It from two to one who knows exactly but yet so we will obviously no well before this, these Games are played. WHAT CITIES DEAL IS WE'RE GONNA. Find out on Monday. Yeah God is there. That's just storyline Galore. I mean like man. City especially, if they're banned from from Champions League the following season, if not following seasons. I think they instantaneously become the biggest storyline going period like the just doesn't even matter who they play I think is going to be the biggest storyline. But then in terms of like what would be. Sexiest I mean definitely round Madrid Nuba would be sexist. I think city is GonNa even as well as Madrid. Pulling I think that city will win that yeah. because. It's not even huge long shot like they're up a goal in. They're going home so. Yeah, this is interesting We didn't even say the match up, so we did say Leipzig in ATLANTA. In psg the other ones that could play. Are the winner of Napoli Embar so will play the winner of Chelsea in Biron right now. Byron looks like they. They are in the driver's seat. In the other one as you said is Madrid city winner that will play the winner of Leone in Uva women all to play for I think you've as a one zero or is Leona up one zero. Let's see. Leone is up one zero for owners up one zero. Heading back to you've had I. Take back all my Combo. So. Yeah a lot a lot to play for the too many question marks for us to really. Dig into this too far, but it's it's GonNa. Be Awesome. August is going to be awesome Jan July. Is. Already being awesome, but August is really going to be where it's at. Well, we got a lot more well. We got more time to talk about that as as things shape up in. Storylines play out so I. Guess That's all we got for now everybody, thank you for listening. Mikey has always great to have you. Thanks for being a car. We ran long. I was really excited to talk about listen. There's a lot of ships. Talk about a lot of interesting stuff going on in the in the land of the loan, fairies, so thanks, thanks everybody for joining us, and we will be back soon with more pressure more mls stock in one of US perhaps crying. Halsey. deftly what it was great. All.

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