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Morant, Jackson lead Grizzlies past 76ers, 117-19
"John morant and jaren Jackson junior carried the grizzlies to a one 17 one O 9 victory over the 76ers. Morant was high man for Memphis with 28 points and Jackson headed 22. Both had 9 rebounds as a grizzlies improved to 12 and 9. Memphis pulled away by outscoring the 6 or 63 46 over the second and third quarters. The grizzlies had 60 points in the paint and out rebounded Philadelphia 57 42. Joel embiid provided 35 points 11 rebounds and 7 assists for the 76ers who dipped at 12 and 11. I'm Dave ferry.
How is Harvey Weinstein's Los Angeles trial different from New York prosecution?
"The legal team for movie mogul Harvey Weinstein is presenting closing arguments in his rape and sexual assault trial in Los Angeles. I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest. Defense attorney Alan Jackson told a Los Angeles jury that fury from witnesses does not make fact and tears do not make truth. Weinstein is charged with raping and sexually assaulting two women and committing sexual battery against two others. Jackson says with two of the women, the encounters were consensual, and with the other two it never happened. Prosecutors said in their closing arguments, it's time for Weinstein's reign of terror to end
Jackson-Davis leads No. 10 Indiana past No. 18 UNC, 77-65
"Number ten Indiana improves to 7 and zero with a 77 65 win against 18th ranked North Carolina. The hoosiers held the tar heels to 33% shooting and got 21 points from trace Jackson Davis, who called it a huge win for IU. You got to beat the best to be the best is what coach Woodson always says and he was not afraid of competition and that's why we put teams like North Carolina, Kansas, Arizona, on our schedule. It losing their third straight game, 5 and three North Carolina never seriously challenged in the second half. Tom mccabe Bloomington, Indiana
Edwards sparks Towns-less T-wolves, 109-101 over Grizzlies
"The Timberwolves were winners in their first game since Carl Anthony town suffered a calf injury, defeating the grizzlies by a one O 9 one O one final. Anthony Edwards scored 29 points to help Minnesota into three game losing streak. Jalen Noel delivered 24 points off the bench and D'angelo Russell had 15 points in ten assists. The wolves forced a season high 27 turnovers and one despite being out rebounded 59 29. John morant scored 24 points and jaren Jackson junior had 16 points and 11 rebounds for the grizzlies. I'm Dave ferry
John Zmirak and Eric Discuss Kanye West
"Lot of people tune into this program because we want to help them process what's going on. So we don't have to talk about it right away. But I want to make it very clear. Nick Fuentes, bad. This is something this is an example of sloppiness and bad staffing in the Trump organization. Recently, Donald Trump had dinner with Kanye West. That's a mistake right there, okay? Kanye West, when he was preaching the gospel of leading powerful Christian services, there was hope that this man had had a profound conversion and might have a powerful impact on the culture. But you always be careful with zealous new converts. You don't let them take over. That's what happened among conservatives. We let the neoconservatives, a lot of them ex communists, they came in. They were super smart. They were super articulate. We let them come into the movement. They took over and put America at war in the Middle East for 30 years. You don't let it's nice at the town poker gets religion. But you let her be in the back for a while, I'd really assimilate. You don't let her start preaching sermons right up top and take over the church's budget. Letting Kanye West be a major figure among conservatives and Christians was always dangerous because the guys kind of like Elvis Presley kind of like Michael Jackson, a super rich super famous guy surrounded by yes men. Anybody who speaks realistically tries to whisper truth in his ear, he will send them away. He has no restraining influences. So he's going to do and say, crazy stuff. Like apparently Kanye is now endorsing the black Hebrew, Israelites. These are the people you see in Times Square with giant signs saying that Obama was literally the Antichrist and that blacks are the real Jews and that John, where did you, this is such bad news. And I feel bad. Listen, I love Kanye, he's a sweet soul, but he is clearly, he's got to choose and he does not just as you said, doesn't seem to have people around him to help him to let him know like don't get near that. And by the way, don't say anything infinitely stupid like the Jews or anything. I mean, it's just so sick when people say stuff like that. It's astonishing to me.
A Recipe for a Hollywood Fight
"Michael viner was the owner of dove publishing. He had a number of decent books that came out in the 90s, the most famous one was you'll never make love in this town again. And when I was dating Jermaine Jackson's ex-wife, Margaret Maldonado. She was working for him at the time, but for Michael viner. And one day she sneaked me in early copy of this salacious book, and no one had seen it yet, Margaret got the proofs and begged me not to show or tell anyone about it. I said, no, no, I won't. I'm not going to write about it. I just want to read it myself, okay? So I go back to the hotel or wherever I was and start reading this book and the proofs and maybe two years ago, I read a couple of the more filthy chapters on this show. The book contains a bunch of stories written by three prostitutes and one actress about this sexual encounters with a bunch of different Hollywood celebrities. There was a Robin and Liza grier, Linda Hammond, and Alexandra daddy. And inside are all these lurid tales of what these girls discovered while having sex with the likes of Nicholson Warren Beatty, Don Henley, Bruce Willis, Robert Evans, John Claude Van Damme, Mickey Rourke, on and on. And a very, very detailed stories. Whether they're all true or not, I don't know. It's just the horrors point of view. So my jaw was on the floor when I started reading this. A couple of days later, I'm at Evans house for one of his great get togethers. Robert Shapiro, Geraldo Rivera, Jacqueline bessette, Beverly Johnson, Neil sedaka, a lot of luminaries in addition to the dynamic to all of Jack Nicholson and Warren Beatty, who are always at Evans house back in the 90s, and now I have all this information inside me bursting out and I don't know that Jack Warren and bob know about this. And then my eyes couldn't believe what I was seeing. The publisher Michael Weiner walks into the party. And he lived a few doors down from heaven, so it kind of made sense, but I know all this information from the book he published and I grabbed Margaret and I go, what the fuck is he doing here? She's like, what's the big deal? I go, he's publishing a book about what a few hookers have to say about a few of the men at this party. But balls on this guy,
Caller: President Biden Is Destroying Our Country
"Okay, thank you. President Biden is destroying our country. There is we should we can not stand for this. We can not stand for this. He is destroying our country. He is against us, and he's letting in all these immigrants to vote for him the next time he wants to be president. It's ridiculous. It's ridiculous. He led in all these immigrants, all these crime ridden people that are coming into our country talking in every day and by President Biden has to go
How You Can Support Prison Fellowship's Angel Tree Campaign
"Hey guys, I want to talk to you about prison fellowship we're in day two of Mike's annual prison fellowship angel tree campaign where your donations will make it possible for boys and girls all over America who have a mom or dad in prison to get to experience the blessing of a personalized message and the gospel through the angel tree program of our friends at the nonprofit, prison fellowship. Incredibly, over one and a half million Americans have a mom or dad that's in prison and some of them ask themselves, does my mommy or daddy still love me? Do they even remember me anymore? It's heartbreaking. But that won't happen in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where the local angel tree volunteers know how important their mission is in this year's campaign. It's really devastating for a child to not have their parents around during Christmas time or to know that somebody loved them. 'cause that's really the key. They need to know that somebody loved them. Just having that connection with their parent and sending that message from the incarcerated parent. And to get that on Christmas morning, love dad or love mom is one of the greatest gifts you could ever give a child. So Thanksgiving is this Thursday and then before you can blink Christmas will be here. You can still make an eternal difference in the lives of these children when you support angel tree by going to Mike online dot com, click on the angel tree banner at the top of the page and make a donation.
Mike Rowe: Employment Numbers by Democrats Miss Key Data
"On to say that we've been focusing on the wrong thing. We look at the unemployment numbers and guys, there's a real unemployment number and there's a basically a fake unemployment number, I shouldn't say fake unemployment number, but there's the U three and the U 6. I'm gonna forget everything that in entails right now, but basically the U 6 number, which is the real unemployment number, which is what we used to calculate. It encompasses everything from people that have discouraged workers. People that have lost lost their jobs completely. The discourage workers, like I said, they moved out of just left the job force, got discouraged. Maybe they went to look for another job, but they're temporarily out of the job force. And it would count those people that moved from full-time to part time. So you had three facets there. All right? So the people that just left were completely get discouraged, we're not even counting at this point. I believe that's what they would the categorize these people as. So when the Democrat party tries to pretend as if the unemployment numbers are great. Guys, we are still feeling jobs. We're still feeling jobs that were absolutely an utterly destroyed during the pandemic. And I should say, I was gonna say as a result of the pandemic, but actually as a result of the lockdowns. Because the left totally destroyed this economy. And I believe they did it intentionally. But I think as a result of that, we're seeing manhood being totally destroyed in America.
Mike Rowe: 7 Million Men Are Choosing Not to Work
"And I continue to quote. And I mean, last week, there was an article in The New York Times called something like how to combat the assault on modern work. And I thought it was going to be an article about coal miners or crab fishermen. You know those tough guys, this is me going out of the quote like deadly catch stuff like that. Or you know big tough jobs where the danger is real micro says. It wasn't. It was an article about everything from paper cuts to the non existent pet bereavement policies that are being deemed harsh. And he says, I'm not making this stuff up. And so we are, we're in a place where 7 million able bodied men are not only not working between the ages of 25 and up 7 million able bodied men are not only not working, they're affirmatively not looking for a job. That's never happened in peacetime. He says, ever.
Mike Rowe: Screens Cause Men to Be Soft and Lazy
"Mike Rowe was recently on Tucker Carlson's show. They were at the patriot. I believe it's called the patriot awards yes it is for Fox. And micro was interviewed by Tucker Carlson. And I just want to go through some of the things that Mike rose said to kind of set the tone. And I really do think this is important. And the more that I think about this, there's always when it comes to politics, there's always micro issues. There's symptoms and there's always a greater disease at play. And I think the denigration of manhood in America has become a huge problem. And we're seeing it play out in politics if you, if you just look at it. All right? So Mike Rogan, he was on Tucker Carlson's show. And Tucker Carlson obviously was interviewing him and Mike wrote to Tucker Carlson that the man in this country they're becoming soft and lazy and he says that's in part due to how much time these men are spending on their screens. I want to get into some of the specifics of what Mike rose said, but I think we all can relate to that. Listen, I spend a lot of time on my phone screen. I spend tons of time on my computer screen. I'm not looking to be influenced, though. I'm looking to search for, you know, news stories, headlines, and to be able to do a show like this or to be able to do my own show. To be able to do my podcast, by the way, check out my podcast the Carl Jackson show dot com Salem podcast network dot com or wherever you get your podcasts. And you can follow me on social media. The Carl Jackson show. But here's what Mike Rowe had to say to Tucker Carlson. So he said, so I'm wrong about I'm quoting, obviously, so I'm wrong about as much as I am right. And it's for that reason. I hate to say, I told you so.
Carl Jackson: We Have a Manhood Crisis in America
"This manhood crisis. We see some of the manhood crisis that I think is transpiring with this defense of not the defense of marriage act, this respect for marriage act. I think there's a crisis there. I think we see a crisis when we see more and more men placate to the radical left when it comes to abortion. I think we see a crisis in our woke military as it's as it's turning into a center of diversity, equity and inclusion. Now, listen, I know a lot of recruits go there. They go to fight and win and to defend us, but the leadership is a real problem and we've got to do something about it. I also realize that there's real manhood and real heroes that still exist and they do pop up from time to time. I mean that happens to be the case in the shooting yesterday that occurred or the other day that occurred at club Q, which is the gay nightclub in Colorado Springs and I want to talk about the person ironically that happened to be the guy that ended up saving lives. Others jumped on to the shooter eventually, but there was a guy that happened to be in a club and guys, I'm a Christian. I believe that God works in mysterious ways. It's just unbelievable. It's unbelievable.
Carl Jackson: Do You Know Why Trump, DeSantis Are so Successful?
"Do you know why Donald Trump was so successful? He was a visionary president. Like him or hate him, he was visionary. Do you know why governor Ron DeSantis right here and the state of Florida, which I reside? Do you know why he's so successful? Because he's visionary. He doesn't wait for things to happen. He's proactive. And if the Republican Party doesn't get this, doesn't understand this. We will never win another election. Guys, I don't care who the nominee is. Don't call me Trump, the Santa. Guys, it doesn't even matter. I love them both. It doesn't even matter. Do you understand that if we don't win this ballot battle, we will not win in 2020 four? All of you that are complaining. Oh man, we didn't put great. It has nothing to do with candidates. Carl, listen, we lost on the abortion issue. Guys, that is a lie. That is a lie. I looked at the exit polling. Now granted, yes, younger people did show up big time in these in these midterms. Younger people, a lot of them were motivated and single women by abortion. Do you know why? And actually, the numbers weren't as high as they were in 2018, by the way, the media is in sharing that, but do you know why these people showed up and these mass numbers were 2022 when inflation sucks when grocery prices are high when gas prices are high, ballot, harvesting.
Arizona AG Demands Full Report on ‘Myriad Problems’ in Maricopa Voting
"Arizona governor election had to daily wire and doubt his AG demands full report on a myriad of problems in Maricopa voting. Now, see, we might say, listen, guys, we got to stop crying. We got to stop whining, let bygones be bygones. We've got to move on. Guys, we don't get to move on anymore. If we move on, we lose this country. Do you understand me? We do not get to move on. Carl, you're too intense. What are you doing? People need to take a break. Thanksgiving and Christmas. You won't have a Thanksgiving and Christmas and these United States. If we don't start to fight back against the left that are intentionally trying to destroy this country. We don't get to rest. I'm sorry I was hoping for it. We don't get to rest. That's why I'm so thankful that Mike would have me in leading up to Thanksgiving. I'll be honest with you. I'm a bit of a workaholic. I don't even care about resting. I care about fighting because I care about this country. If there's nothing else that I can do, I want to make sure that I say this country. I'm part of saving this country for my daughter and God willing for her children in the future. And I hope that you feel the same. But going back to this story with Arizona, Arizona's attorney general's office ordered Maricopa County officials to submit a report on its botched handling of the November 8th election that led to democratic gubernatorial candidate Katie Hobbs, a parent victory over Republican Carrie Lake, saying answers are needed before the elections can be certified. Okay, here's what I would have to say. And I love the fact that Republicans are getting it now. They're fighting. What took you so long? What turkey so
Carl Jackson: Republicans Who Support RFMA 'Don't Get It'
"Is it respect for marriage act? Listen, I called these people these 12 senators that had signed on rhinos. I'm changing that. I don't like using the term rhinos. I didn't use it years ago and I reverted back to it out of frustration, forgive me. I don't want to do that. I don't want to intentionally be disrespectful, but I will call them Republicans that simply don't get it. I believe there are people that get it and I believe there are people that don't. And I believe that a lot of these moderate so called are more liberal leaning Republicans simply don't get what's at stake. And I think that's why a lot of people have disdain for Trump as well as what I'm getting ready to talk about. Tracy and Peggy, I see you out there don't go anywhere. The number to call in one 806 5 5 mic, we're gonna get into a lot of stories today, but I'm gonna tell you this right now because typically we like to switch this up every hour and we will, but I'm gonna tell you right now every battle that we're facing except for spiritual battles. Those spiritual battles, it should be done. You know, amongst your, you know, with your relationship with God and your spiritual community. And in prayer, but every battle that we're facing, the cultural battle, the free speech battle, this ballot battle, everything comes back to the ballot battle, and it's something that we have to engage in. We can't
Carl Jackson: If We Want to Save America, We Have to Stay and Fight
"Instead of encouraging people to get married and to have babies and instead of encouraging women not to kill their unborn babies, the answer to America's population problem is more illegal immigration. Well, what about the population problem that will occur in the countries that they left? Fascinating what the left does. And guys, listen, call your congressman call your senators. I know that we were all hoping to get a break. But if we're going to save America, we've got to stay in this fight. Listen, our soldiers and World War I World War II Vietnam, the Korean War, the Iraq War, Afghanistan, war. They didn't get to rest. The Civil War, the Revolutionary War, they didn't get to rest. Neither do we, and we don't have to take up arms. Thank God to do it. So we have to stay in this fight and right now. God, I wish the Republicans would do something eventually. I've praying to God we get a simple supermajority one day and we will do something about this lame duck session because the left is gonna do all that they can to cram legislation down our throats while they can. These people don't play by the rules. Republicans want to play nice. It isn't gonna work.
Carl Jackson: We Have to Adapt to Ballot Harvesting
"I want to address the ballot battle. I want to address the culture battle. And I want to address the free speech battle. And I think the free speech battle. That's where this new special prosecutor comes into play. We all know that this is another witch hunt to do everything they can, the left to destroy former president Donald Trump, but I want you to understand that as Republicans, let me say this. And I want to be emphatically clear. And I really have to, I really have to check my own gut as I know more conservatives were moving this way. And I wanted to make sure that I wasn't being swayed, but I thought it was the right thing to do in order to save this country. Guys, if we're going to save this country, we have to adapt ballot harvesting. I never thought I would have said that. If you would ask me this two weeks ago, I'll be honest with you, just two weeks ago. I wouldn't have said it. Let me share a story with you. And then I'm going to give you some stats and I want to talk about what's happening in Arizona. I want to bring that back to the forefront of your minds because I don't want to let this go and I don't want you to let this go. I am now convinced, as a matter of fact, I did a short podcast on it this morning. Please subscribe to my podcast. Salem podcast network dot com or the Carl Jackson show dot com. I did a quick but jam packed podcast on on this very topic this morning. But I am convinced of this. That if we're going to save America, we're going to have to ballot harvest. I would have never thought I would have said that. Literally, just two weeks ago.
What Are You Most Thankful For?
"You know guys, I've been sitting here and I've been over the weekend. I was like, man, where do I wanna go with this program? Obviously, this is Thanksgiving week. I hope that you have a lot to be thankful for. I'm thankful for so much. I'm thankful, I'm thankful that I'm an American. I thankful that I'm free. I think I'm thankful that God has radically changed my life and giving me a new hope and a new life. I'm thankful for my family. I'm thankful for so many things there are so many things to be thankful for. And I hope that you will enjoy your Thanksgiving holiday and I hope you are looking forward to it.
"jackson" Discussed on Today, Explained
"Honestly don't even want to bathe my baby in Jackson's water. It's sad. And I can't even afford to move out of Jackson, so I have to stay here when you're in there with this. If I had been living like this for years, and I knew that it was in part because the state wouldn't help me. I'd be furious. Have you talked to
"jackson" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"And you're like, oh, that's lovely. That's right. Yes, she had a baby with whom? Yes. Literally, never comes up. I did have to Google at that moment and be like, who is her husband right now? Yeah, he is never mentioned. Well, did they break up? I thought they broke up. I don't know. Who knows? Who knows? Oh no. I have seen documentaries that function as like filmed Wikipedia entries. I've seen biopics the function that way, this thing sent me to Wikipedia. So many times to just be like, wait, what about such and such? What about this and that? Why didn't you ask the obvious follow-up question? But Stephen, were you surprised by that whenever you have a doctor where the star of the documentary is also in charge of making the documentary, it's going to be hero worship hagiography and I'm going to skip the part so they don't want to talk about. So I wasn't surprised by it, you know? Yeah. It is a void in which no insight can find purchase. And some of that falls on Janet Jackson herself. Think about Janet Jackson's life. Janet Jackson has lived all the jacksons have lived in this really strange bubble. We're none of them got to have childhoods. Janet has never been in the world when she has not been under a microscope. People forget, she was in a Vegas lounge show with her brothers at the age of 7. She's not two shows a night in Vegas at the age of 7. Right. And so it's only natural that she would be as guarded as she is. And I mean, and the jacksons, this runs through the whole family, there is this guardedness. There are things that we don't talk about. And it's wild to me like every issue that she talks about. Winds up getting presented in this weird way where you're like, wow, I would have thought there would be an easy answer to that question, but the way you answered it gives me 5 follow-up questions, none of which are asked. Yeah. I will say the moment that made me do that the most. Kind of like, wow, this is weird. I want some follow-up. When they do cover nipple gate, you can see that it's almost as if they've added in some video in post of her saying no, no, no, no, me and Justin are still friends. Right. So they have all the footage of nipplegate and then they flash forward to Janet making a home video herself on her iPhone, saying no, it's all good. Me and Justin are good. Justin and I are very good friends and we will always be very good friends. We spoke just a few days ago and he and I have moved on and it's time for everyone else to do the same. I had so many follow-ups for that. But of course, they just move on. They move on. I have had follow-up questions for Justin Timberlake, from several music documentaries that I've watched in the last year. Also what surprised me in that moment was that she talked about the aftermath right after nipple gate, like the day after the game, Justin calls her, she says, and it's like, what should I do? And she said that she told him you should lay low and say nothing. He said, you know, I don't know if I should come out and make a statement and this and that or say some of that say have something to say and I said, listen, I don't want any drama for you. They're aiming all of this at me. So I said just I said, if I were you I wouldn't say anything. And I was like, wow, that is a level of gracious you didn't have to be. Can you talk about that some more? Of course she does. Of course she doesn't. And also like they never actually get into the Les moonves of it all, and this is where that other documentary that The New York Times did. This is called malfunction. Yes, that actually unpacks what happened. The fact that she was basically blacklisted for a while, in this documentary, they briefly mentioned that she was just invited from the Grammys but they don't really talk about the fallout. And so I'm like, really? I don't know. I just feel like so much of this glides over all these things that we've heard before. There's a moment where they tee up that they're going to address this rumor of a love child between Jade's debarge and Janet Jackson. At the end of the first episode, and as soon as they prep it for the next episode, she's going to answer the question. They're like, so about this love child and then editing so that look, she's got a face. And they make it. Yeah. And I knew, of course, she's not going to say that, yes, we have a love child. And of course, she doesn't say it. So the way this documentary started tries to build up suspense around all the things that she's already spoken about before or that we know there's not going to be this big reveal. It's the same thing with Michael and the fact that one of the other episodes ends with the anticipation of her talking about his trial in the allegations against him and how it affected her, and she just says the same thing that she's always said, which is that I believe that he never did anything. And we were all in this corner, well, except for latoya, but they don't even talk about latoya, latoya is mysteriously missing from this documentary. A lot more rebe than latoya in this movie. So much ruby. I love rebi. Ruby seems very sweet. I do like ruby. Rabies is very sweet. Ribi Randy and Tito were the only siblings in this. Randy's the homie. And he's really close. I do think that if there's one thing that I take away from this, like Sam said, it just made me really appreciate her more. In terms of her ability to be vulnerable, even when she was being vague, I still feel as though she's vulnerable and genuine in a way that so many pop stars aren't or can't be. And I really appreciate the fact that she was able to sort of tap into that just sense of I'm here and resilient and I just want everyone to love me. It's like on a different pop star it would come off as sort of koi and treacly. But on her, it just feels like this is who she is. And so I appreciate that about her. Well, she also does this thing where she is one of the most powerful and richest pop stars of our time, and yet you watch this documentary and you on your couch and your living room are like, I hope she's okay. I'm worried about her. And that is a certain power. People that rich and powerful who can get their fans to be concerned about their welfare for decades. That is a certain power that Janet still has. And I found myself at the end of this documentary. Saying to myself, well, the story of Janet Jackson is the story of just like all the men in her life always getting in her way. Oh, my God. And I was mad about that. For her, you know, you think about it from the start. Joe Jackson, her dad was in her way. Michael Jackson, her brother got in her way that debarred that she married, got in her way. Her husband Renee became controlling and was in her way. Justin Timberlake was in her way. And the story of dannett, at least in this version of it, is like a very resilient and talented woman who loves the men in her life who are always kind of slowing her down and she just smiles through it. And I think with another pop star that would just seem trite, but that storyline works for me because I think that she's just so likeable. It's like even now you see Janet Jackson smile and nothing else matters. She has the best smile and pop. And that will cover a multitude of sins, even the sin of this four hour freaking documentary. I don't know. I mean, I agree that she's very likeable and I agree that I root for her. I do think as an interview subject, she presents vulnerability without candor. Which is a skill, which is the skill, which is a skill, but so much of this movie is like, I'm going to set the record straight and tell you once and for all the truth that I don't want to talk about that. But are you surprised? That's just Janet Jackson. Yeah. I'm waiting for the unauthorized four hour documentary. That will be the one that actually gives me something. But I don't even know if that's possible because according to everyone close in her life, she also keeps them at a distance. The fact that so many people didn't know that she was buried to Renee. People she worked with and her family for a while didn't know she was married to bars. So it's like she's very guarded for understandable reasons and this documentary just made me actually not only marvel at her resilience, but also just made me really sad for her because she's still in so many ways. You find that she's still sort of covering up for her the terrible. Well, not terrible. But then not great men in her life. And speaking of covering up the men in her life, she talks about this son that she has, and then we never see him..
"jackson" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"The Eric metaxas show with your host. Eric met Texas. Hey there folks is here to tax the show and as you know, I've been talking a lot about my new book is atheism dead. I'm very proud of it. I think it's very important information in it. A lot of people read it and compare me to Melville and Tolstoy. And I want to say that, you know, I've been doing a lot of radio talking about my book as atheism did. And I was supposed to be on the Larry elder show because I thought Larry was my friend. But they booked me on that program when he had a guest host because he was doing something silly. Like, I don't know, running for governor or whatever, what I don't even know if that was real. But the fact is that the guest host called Jackson. I hit it off with him so much. I said, I got to get this guy on my radio program, not to talk about his atheism dead, but to talk about Carl Jackson, and he is my guest today. I'm the host Karl Jackson, you're the guest. Welcome. Hey, thank you, Aaron. I appreciate you having me on. Well, I just, you know, there's certain people you just hit it off and I just thought I really loved talking to you and getting little bits and pieces of your story. And I thought you should come on my program and you know, I want my audience to get to know Carl Jackson and the only way I could really do that is to have you on the program. So now you did we just lose him? We lost him. So I'm going to keep going. It was at one 20. So I'll just keep going. Okay, here we go. So you seem to have a really interesting story, your faith story and everything. And I said, you've got to come on the show and talk about that and talk about how you got into radio. But where did it all begin for called Jackson actually before we get to where it began? Where are you now? Because you're doing a radio show. You're not just guest hosting for the great Larry elder when he's not there. That is correct. I'm currently living in Orlando, Florida, and I broadcast on a.m. 9 50 the answer Salem in Orlando here. So you're part of the Salem faculty as the great Sebastian gurkha calls it. Well, so, okay, so you're on the air in the Orlando area. But you've got an amazing story. I just got bits and pieces of it. So let's just start with tell us your story. How did it begin? Well, well, I gotta tell you, I was born and raised in Los Angeles, California, born in the city of Compton, a race primarily in areas of linwood and Long Beach. My mother died when I was 11 years old. She was obviously the matriarch of the family. She was the glue that helped the family together. And after she passed, I was 11 years old. I remember the day vividly. I can remember virtually every detail, very tough day. And I had a father and I still do my father still live living in Los Angeles. And he was a disciplinarian. He was tough. I didn't have the greatest relationship with him at the time. I do have a much better relationship with my dad today. And I love him dearly, but he was a disciplinarian. And my mother obviously was the nurturer of the family and she did a great job of it. So when she died, I went from being an honor role student and gifted and talented. And unfortunately, I am not having that type on with my dad. I kind of drifted and get into some things that I shouldn't have gotten into fortunately. I was raised albeit in a cult initially thank God. It's no longer a cult worldwide Turkic God under Herbert W Armstrong. Had some biblical foundations. Some basis in the Bible, although that was a weird view, and again, thank God, they're no longer a cult. But so I ended up moving to Orlando, Florida when I was 15, 16, living with an aunt and uncle and I left Los Angeles because I wanted to make sure that I stayed out of the streets. And then unfortunately, living here, short period of time, I ended up getting into trouble with the law. Got arrested a couple of times. Now, before you go on Carl, that's fascinating that your mother dies you're very young. It's horrifying. And obviously, it's interesting too that, you know, when we talk about same sex marriage and stuff, I mean, the idea of having a mother and a father, they're very different. And they work usually together, ideally, right? Because just having a father just having a mother. But they work together. So that you clearly were not doing well with just your dad. But then you took it on your initiative to get out of that area and to go at whatever 15 or 16 to Orlando to get so it's not like your father sent you away. You said you want to do that? Yeah, I wanted to do that. And obviously it hurt my father at the time, but I thought it was the best thought it was the best thing. Obviously, I was very young and, you know, he was willing to allow it to happen to give it a shot and I stayed with an uncle of mine for approximately about a year or so. Before moving out on my own with some friends and did you I mean, what was going on where you were in California at that time that you said I need to get out of here? Quite frankly, I mean, growing up in being surrounded by gang members and everything like that. I just didn't want anything to do with that. We didn't have we didn't have a lot of money. I knew that we couldn't afford to live in the living areas that would that would be safe, quite frankly. And I just didn't like it. At one point in time, we came to Florida, a vacation in Florida and visited Mayan and uncle. And I thought that was pretty cool. I also had a friend in California that lived in Corona, California, riverside county. So sometimes I'd go up there to visit him. And I just have this I always wanted. I never wanted to be in the hood. You know, I survived in the hood, but I think anyone that's honest will tell you that listen, it isn't, it's not Paradise when you live in the hood. So I didn't want to be there and I felt like my only escape was to go to a safe place. A place that I knew and that was Orlando, Florida with a man and uncle that was okay, so you get to Orlando with good intentions, but you said you got in trouble anyway. So go ahead, keep going. Yeah, so I moved out late with my aunt and uncle for about a year. Then I moved out, moved in with some a friend of mine and eventually just started dating different girls and getting into that scene. I started hanging out with the wrong crowd. And eventually started getting in the trouble. You know, just it was stupid stuff too Eric. I mean, it was sometimes I would just go to I ended up getting it into a death ring to be quite honest with you..
"jackson" Discussed on I Love Marketing with Joe Polish and Dean Jackson
"What you've just done there oh yeah dean you see what he just. Did there timothy see. That's what he's doing there. He's sending people somewhere this is going to be in perpetuity on the is in the isle of marketing world. And now you've got the right people on the right bus. This yeah underway. There's more coming okay. it's all it's all plants. No good there we go so. You're so the yeah. The tech is not as important as the content. That's really the the most important thing right..
"jackson" Discussed on I Love Marketing with Joe Polish and Dean Jackson
"Expert doing their thing while the microphone is running is extremely compelling but it's also fantastic for sales if you'd like to join world renowned entrepreneurs at the next genius network event or want to learn more about genius network goto genius network dot com dean jackson. The brilliant one is always with us and he's going to be interviewing our guest today. Alcala guns lifestyle and business strategies are designed to tackle the strategies and opportunities of today's ever changing information economy. His company the podcast partnership leverages technology to expand reach and revenue for businesses and create digital influencers with the simple sound of the human voice. He's the creator of the podcast report in his authored. Eleven technology and thought leadership books nine of which launched amazon best-sellers. So mr dean jackson paul colligan. Welcome it's great to have you with us how let's start at the beginning. I always tell people that. I look at a podcast as a better lead. Conversion tool than a lead generation tool. That's my coming into it then. I'm not expecting the podcast to do the heavy lifting of generating leads it does and it can indirect people Back but i am of the idea of building the audience. Even separately from the the podcast. We have four questions. The podcast partnership question number one is what do you want your podcast do. That's exactly right you know. And it's beautiful here dean. Is you know exactly what you want.
"jackson" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"She does very body like she came to janet show and she snuck. I think at the time john. I'm not supposed to have this. And she snuck her like a keiko covert style like back alley. Deal sort of thing and then She introduced herself to me. And i was like. Oh you've been making cakes with the jackson's how long and then she may. Well now. she's official man. She's great plain amazing. Kate can yeah. I'd like to thank you man. You've been so supportive of my family. We will we will go to a five star hotels right. Walk into hotels and on the coffee table. Been coffee book right now. Open it up. Is hewitt net you in the book really in a lot of hotels. You decide the book. You started off. Jackson pair familiar all of all over the place with jackson's albums. And and that's how. I learned that you were you know. I think i as this guy you know. The biggest the biggest picture i saw was in heartbreak to just keep for real in london. Everywhere we go. We see you in these books man on the coffee table. There's rundown hotels m yeah. I must get around everywhere. You know you guys you guys. Are you know our first superheroes royalty man like music is a part of my life. I'm i'm for. Thank you to your music man. You've got your music part of my life like my whole life. Like i don't ever remember point in my life not knowing jackson song or earing the music in my house or my mother plan or whatever and Now i just give you all brothers flowers love. Yeah over thank you separate giving you remind people again when we go outside. Go see the jacksons. Live it just like it was ten fifteen twenty thirty forty. It's all it's all the same just the same gentlemen. Thank you very much for. I really appreciate it. Just one final question came out. Just you don't often get a chance to ask motown legends. Who their favorite motown legends are. So i'm just wondering who like on a personal level who your favorite motown artists or band was if you could just pick one. Well besides jay. I'll be barbie gaye yet. Marv tito for me is like the temptations They they're the ones who really we watched a lot of temptations as it was and diner. I hate to say it. I got i gotta bring her. I have to an end the pips everybody vote waste. Steve actually brought up something that we normally ask. And i didn't ask honestly stevie you miss. I'm so okay mom. Sorry of course because it's tv emara geico. Monday i was gonna say well. Normally steve asks this question but when you guys were in that and senior house what was the record collection like. Oh and where is it now. How big was the record collection. And i think we all have decided what got plead. We will have their own work collection. I believe i mean i listen. I got a lot of. Quincy jones albums ahead marvin gaye. Disa- lovers album backstabbers helm moving in the blue notes. Eight to eight timber. Yes tracks signed sealed delivered. You know Stuff on cassettes about cassettes. You know so you know. jackie jackie. This a blessing cds numbers. I'm allowed to get to see these numbers but you know we listen. We listen to all kinds of music. Coming country western music. Did.
"jackson" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"So so it fit so my question is though i mean you know walk right now is a gargantuan time so i'm seven minutes right like why not edit from walk right now instead of taking like michael's part out of wondering who i mean. No one misses it because no one's ever heard it. But i thought that was a very curious edit and always wondered like his partner. Well you could. You could have saved twenty three. You could shave twenty three seconds from walk right now but instead tito's talented. It just happened. We weren't filling in. It was just happened but on walk right now. We want to capture right. Now walk night. Ma'am walkway but we. We had the percussionist appalling not cast used to come in studio. He has all his toys around dollars stuff right. So he's trying to get some allowed but yes and he will be laughing plan but he plays rump off and And we want to make sure that we can all accept. He did keep all this stuff and a walk right now. What we one of the things we did is we took the tape. We price it. We took the taken. We played it backwards. You know so we 'cause you know computers today you would. You wanted to put back in those days. But when you do that you gotta make sure that is in sync. You've got to be on the downbeat. a it take. It took a while for us to get that down just the way we wanted to him right on the downtown. It wouldn't some that just happen like that. And we we breathe over the near miss you he spice it at the right time right spot. 'cause you'll get a second chance you know an he's nervous and get the razor blade then spice put it all back together and and we listened to it. Be a comeback reverse putting..
"jackson" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"Big as marbles. Jason michael. don't stop. do you get enough. We used to it at the time but yet even when making okay so enduring the blame it on the boogie video. Was that just like fifteen minutes out of your life or what do we do. We go over there. We dance okay. That's it like and those afterwards you you know how process take in like just record you just did like a couple of weeks of it and then that was it Yeah all the all. The work is really done in editing. Room mom on a lot of those videos hustle. Getting put watch. It is done on a green. A lot of stuff is done on green screen or chroma key. Whatever you wanna call back. Yes the i mean. Today they have a lot easier. You can do stuff on your computer and everything that your fingertips but it wasn't that way back in the day not at all who who chose the the the musician personnel for those records. 'cause you guys had like the monsters you had like refilling games nathan watch. Greek finland gains. Explain what we great feeling gains. Those basic hung out with trends out here as we got a lot to get homeless greg williams ray parker show we all hang out your hung out together. Yeah rick parker played on jackson's material. David williams. he's david is i. I feel like an extension of i mean. he's billy preston. As far as i'm concerned to you guys beatles. His guitar sound is like it. Is people even our band. Members men david. Some bad guitar licks you know. How did he get the assay. We we told david what we wanted him to play. So so we we come up with a good topic here and we tell them how to play it and how we wanted to sound and and then we go back. It would make david gupta plenty already had bite variety to make but to make it even stronger than what it was. Incredible he would he oblast down. Lock it he would not do it. Didn't it didn't play. He will bite it when he plays like. He's he's he's like you put on the streets like this. Okay dave we got another take. Okay wait a minute. Let me the pizza. Chicken fried chicken underside. Yeah he liked to degree so fingers. Wait a minute i know i wanna ask okay. I cheated i i. I have to stem. So i've i've heard it. I got know okay. And i'm assuming that because of how time has to be edited so that an entire Album side can fit right. Jackie on wondering who. Why was michael's bridge taken out..
"jackson" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"Shop now at kohls dot com have questions about the triumph out album. Because that's where individually. You guys really came into your own as far as songwriting and producing is concerned side. No jackie you. You've actually read my favorite jackson song of all time like your ways like my all time. Favorite song in Oh oh god. Yeah no no doubt. I mean no offense jackson's but that's where you off your way. That's the way i go up and give it up. I love. I know marlena lets you. You singing lead with michael. I'll break a look. Love that soul man and I thought was that enthusiasm trying to go for kind of the yacht rock. Kind of guess that you know that kind of it. That's what the so called for. So that's what you get it. I love about it. There's magic that happens in the studio when you working says somebody hit you with someone disarm needs this. Bam is is You know is just work. It's just you know you can't go in and say i'm gonna do this do that do that. It doesn't work that way. It's a field is a you know. That's what i try to tell some of the kids today. And with all these electric's they use that. Tell people hire. They supposed to get the sound the way that it's been really sound. If you never heard that estimate read and these three hours that were just released a couple of days ago how they have great songs on resources that never get that attention you sang manure weighs ninety sticking with this mix. They sound great. I mean it's amazing. Blues away is one of my favorite. Yeah they sound great long. Would you be polite thing. that's true. Yeah all that stuff. i'm here. It sounds great. Defend is on it. How do you guys write the songs together. But we started. We started writing. We started writing the destiny. Mom when michael was doing the wiz. That's why i wanted to know how like how what was the process of destiny. While he was doing the wiz did it. Come out before after we after the wiz correct right yes right into studio start right. Sounds we meet up at noon to spend you know four five out five hours in studio we're going to come up with some stuff and rights themselves and sometimes we do kito happens bic Camper with the three stooges on we would take it out to the beach and instead by the ocean and write lyrics..
"jackson" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"Do it at the He didn't know the next cue. The next cue was here. We used to go church. Start to ban again. Oh these tells us. What's next as television wasn't that i remember that. Yeah so for for those for those shows though how much preparation goes into that and like who decides what musicians come aboard who decides like duck. Henning is now. I'm assuming that's doug henning. That helped doug i. The only thing caning did was the was the magic. That's he did. Introducing magic to a show like who like what. What's the pre meeting. The pre meeting situation before that even before. Jackie you you might not know before you are came. Michael i when we met with doug hinting at all whatever magic he had. We picked the one we pick the one that flows in there that that would work for the show. And then you are the second time we use make katie jackie. Who advocate who knows he's reading. Oh shit right dave concrete. But what was the decision to add those elements to the show. That just came out of nowhere because that particular time. A lot of expert doing something similar to batch you know they had something special. So survives loses document or something like that right right. Yeah and we decided we add this to the show. Be something credible. When i show as we would we've always had a high energy type show. Okay yeah dancing and a lot of energy a pretty much a nice sized production so we decided we add this to the show in would go to top. That's how we were thinking. I was going to say. I let my listeners. Know that Especially watching all this as like a nine year older No one has utilized slow motion effects better than the jackson's by practically every variety show. They were ever one. There's a moment. I mean i thought you guys could fly because there's always some point in that performance where you guys either running or airlifting like seven feet up in the air and i was like yeah. The checks give really fly. Like i didn't realize to later that you know. That's called post editing but thought you guys at magic flying ability. I want to know how you guys You know we were talking about. We're talking about new. The cbs years How when you guys left motown and you know how much our kind of repair that relationship with berry gordy later on like. How did he take out leaving. You know whereas the always relationship with tim now we're got has clue businesses business just a business decision and we were young decision that my my father actually made in the end so we moved forward on it but i think one of the I remember someone telling me Jackie you might have their.
"jackson" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"Big big. Oh come and play us. You know. Sam watson somewhat into unknown sam watson he's always into on some of the fighters and with the senate but only he's supposed to say it instead of saying why fighters sam on bass by baseboard. Sam degree baseball plan. He can play the play. Notice all year appearances on soldiering marlin. We talk the most junk about you. Guys sports prowess in war in basketball and softball. And i didn't know if that was like an actual thing like there was a serious then. There's a there's a picture somewhere. I've i saw. Jackie playing basketball. Jackie used to play marvin gaye all the time house. Did you jackie. He oklahoma what he would call me over replay. One isn't jack kane. Piano day of taxes roma's pay my taxes. Maybe what a high right. All the time wanna went over was having his house. Call is good was that he would push you around. Marvin play real rough them Thirty when you're in when when you get to la like who and older who were your peers or like who would you hang with. Was it just in house or did you guys have like a relationship with the silvers or not by your age or anything that we just hardly again. We stated record to be all always. Does this cord ordinary even been quoted all the time time and then we'll move. We got into search. We had a curfew so we had to be in bed at a certain time and moms will come and tell us cutie. I know my daughter's edwin objects electricity. I guarantee you jackson's i. They might be wenden band members but ain't jackals bid chick and they all. I very first very first big concert. Where was the very first big concert. at the former with with trauma that one the very first big. Guess where it was tim. Jenkinson philadel- philadelphia spectrum philadelphia. He's that's where was remembered man first big startup. philadelphians was there are. So there's there's a folklore tale One of the most famous graffiti writers.
"jackson" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"I was going to ask that to just particularly about your day. Because he's he's passed. And i was watching the other day. They showed the They have a new tiger woods. Documentary designed out now and you know there's the the kind of the telling you know you think of just strict father does just kind of driving the kids and your dad has always been just the symbol of just the hard disciplinarian father and so i was just curious to know for your guys on words you know. What was that relationship like. I mean you know he. He's been kind of demonizing a lot of ways but Since his passing in just over the years of y'all have y'all have grown as men and become fathers yourselves How is that how. How do y'all look at your relationship with your dad. Now you realize you don't go back and realize when he was doing with right. I mean we came from a bad neighborhood gary indiana and he i mean he kept us out of out of that situation by keeping busy keeping us rehearsing. He saw talent and he said if you wanna be something. You've got to work unless we did. And back in those days you know you know. Have parents raise. Kids was different. You know even even your neighbors. Your neighbors would get you know. That's how it was back in those days it was. You can't do that stuff. Today is home different. Today's but that's just the way it was back then you today today. Those jokes break day knuckles Nine one one talking as parents and grandparents now seeing the way to kids like disciplined l. dot caught it. I didn't yeah it was. It was a different time. When i look at you know just thinking about you. Know your your dad's legacy and just what he was able to help bill. you know. it's just you know. Whenever i see people being real harsh about you know men of that time. I'm just listen to like white just ran up into capital. What was doing in nineteen fifty nine right like what were you know saying. What about those guys. Were up against back then trying to raise you know all these kids and keep him out of trouble nine children working in a steel mill. Come the fuck. Do you got to put that in context. Some thoughts on to do a one time will follow worked man. They lit up that still door. And all that heat Oh my god how. How does he work in a place like this all the time like i couldn't believe it. Jackie took those home. And what's over harshly. You more this bill. Thank you thank you. Were you at one point seriously. Trying to consider a korean baseball at all. We jackie at up not consider. The white sox was looking at him. Oh oh no..
"jackson" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"Love it. That's what sets. It makes it official answer this question when he came before who. Who is the first jackson pop off the tito a jermaine the first to want to fight you book. Yes all bug jamaica around the mamas additives star by me. Fine run homer mom fighting. Can we marley. I've a question so one. One of my favorite j five albums was getting together and in particular i mean i realize it now when when i was older that that was no mama a the cover of a mama got renew new. Think don't say no. I'm realizing s you singing on it. How are you guys would you. Were you save fonzie. I'm lost for words that you call it. The say who origin of division of labor division of labor. Yeah what what is the division of labor as far as who gets what part or no. Whoa that song was was produced by davis right so he would tell us this. Who's going to say that who's gonna sing this even when the corporation you're going to this party can sing this part in in the and that's what we did when they you know. And and that's that's what we did and Did you sing on any other jackson songs. That didn't make it or like. I think body language is another one that i saw it on to the. He said that didn't make said two quizzes built so long ago i guess. E r s yards disease. Yes you do after you get past fifty steph coming go. Can i ask dancing question. And i bet you may remember i. That will wait wait. That'll mean to my answer..
"jackson" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"With alabama backward to for all over the place i had him tied down the barrel room of the recycle antiques from a book style. Kind of anti michael like stubby like buying stuff like that right and they took it. They thought he was trying to steal something and he took him in the back room. When we wanted to store we could find in some kind of behind behind that story. He was another canterbury and hard to get them release. Here we gotta release but we we let it go. We did put it in the press. We let it you know. And if it wasn't him. Now read right right. Jackson michael johnson. Though right speaking speaking of bill bray. So i came across this site raw footage of a concert. I i mean. I guess it was the destiny era but I was just looking at this footage. And i'm noticing that the way that security is handled is not like it is now like there was no separation gate or something the whole fans back. Basically fans were one inch away from climbing on stage. And there's a point where i guess. Bill brays giving you guys like a pep talk backstage on. You know what my signals are right. How often did you guys have to prematurely. Cut a show any time all the time so getting through show is actually a hard thing to do. I was a pop them off or was it just like the moment. You stepped on stage stepped on stage. The moment they said the moment they said is on me.
"jackson" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"Cards. So i told him i said As won't pay for the service so he goes to the people in evolve. Wait a minute he goes to a drawer pulls out a gun Hit insists signs. Of course i signed. I signed it immediately before cellphones. I've got to stop at a phone booth call our security deal break via who's a detective. He rushes out to chatsworth where i was immediately go to. The police station explained story to them. They go to the station Picks up the guy come back and then they tell us that if we if we arrest disease this man. We're going to have to rest. Mr jackson to for lot for refusing to pay for service. The guy walked. That's that's that's how it is. Yep of course it was. And this guy i guess. He wasn't used to seeing the young black of color. Were these younger not such a nice automobile because back then those mercedes were very highlights and now is the only nineteen so well. My my story is pro is different. This is a we had a tv. Show the jackson show and the variety. Yeah and you know and we lived in sinoe and a lot of and we were shooting that show somewhere and not at the cbsla else. So i'll come through beverly hills and over the he'll to go home and my first car was a porsche porsche. Me driving. so he pulls me over and he walks up to the car and said Is this your car. i say. Yes you say. driver's license such i give him. He sees encino on it Why you going home this way. What do you mean why. I'm going home this way. You go home any kind of way you want to. Who says i'm going home. And then he says where you get the money to buy a car like this from and i you know i'm an artist. I do records whatever and he wrote me up some phony takes roby ticket for it said i gave it to our people to take care of but i think jackie all of us used to get pulled over all the time. accident us. I got a real funny story for after his use a used to give us tickets and pull us over just to harass us. But here's my real funny story. This story is so funny. That i could jackie. You gary tail so michael's first car was a rolls royce. Right he was he was eighteen. he parked anyway. He didn't know so one day he didn't. I'm driving down the street. I thought it was so funny. I'm driving now. The police got michael handcuffed to a bench because a lot of parking tickets.
"jackson" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"No no yeah we never got the. Yeah so Louis scared boots so we did the best that we could do. I say stay awake. Netbook way yes the world kind of news. The story Of you discover in your father's guitar but i always wanted to know how is germane able to learn the base was. Was it a similar situation. Like who taught him out of the play the bass. Well i gave debating bass guitar lessons on a base based notes on a guitar. Should say 'cause we're my father voted second guitar. He started plan get tired. That was sneaking from father. And i showing the you know little things on on the guitar but it was based up so he is planning based on guitar as as you know the first war stories. I were strings right. Yes same same thing. And then when he did he start studying. James jameson moon town because he lives motown songs. And he's studying jayme jameson. He was a houston. Plate is likely to remain at a young kid. He i mean he headed down singing playing at the same time. so before. You guys went to motown you on a steel town. Was the story of steel town like who owned the label. How did you guys want wind up recording a a single for them. We're still town. It's just a local record company. Gary enda we really didn't i guess so young we. We know a lot of fathers basically who took in was controlled. All the of the is no boys at the tank really early. Remember seeing a picture of a the band recording the song. I'm a big boy now. We were all quite small little kids in know and it is one take and that was it going me right with the budget wasn't big was nothing you know. We going to song. And i in our living room. Oh in and out. Yeah yeah in and out like you said you were so young like how did you look at all the rehearsals and all the shows and all the all the things you did you. Did you think it was the the most fun thing you could do. I mean i think it it. It is but at the time. Did you think that was the most when they say Keepers of the dream..
"jackson" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"Another episode. Of three-minute wesley We have team supreme with us. We have unpaid bill got mayor jackson. All right what's up. Sugar steve tikolo man buzzing down And crab is watching. Watch figures these about dad said let you know i i give up last dot. They probably we have a light years the first lady of how. How are you right now. You feel it. Can you get being anyway gentlemen. I will just say that Giving honor right now.