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TV, The spookier, the better

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1:21:19 hr | 10 months ago

TV, The spookier, the better

"There is nothing wrong with your television set do not attempt to adjust the picture we controlling transmission limited louder we will bring up the button if we wish to make it soft because if anything you know fresh matters and your voice matters right casual casual person up giving these people notions that their voices puts on other gets mainly my working schedule considering I work birth days and nights I don't know how that's going to change my scheduling I I'm not sure if they could take me off nights altogether or just whatever movie apparently it and we also have Kaban water it's a bunch of men children enough to see a find out next week will star listeners informs in your face just for that uh-huh hey good be just in the news in the meantime we're GonNa talk about is the deal of Sunni and model pretty much patched themselves up with each other for one woman around a couple of hours to do this whiff on yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah and with Since I will most likely be promoted at work soon unless there's listeners get enough money that I could just be like you know what that like these job anymore and then we could do this professionally this is of your and workum too dim fence US doc so you'll listen to them enriching and whining on twitter finally got them to sorry to say Al to Disney I don't know what the deal is but the bunch of beaches on twitter is the damn fancy episodes you deserve it always just to one online every now and then you can always just do a in person nerdy one to say he's been on well all money more on the product but yes that's pretty much it so spider-man's come back for another movie to Rant out the the emcee you trilogy so with is today it's a coil obviously yet your boy is here it will come traveler fjord Kliesch route darkness in the dark Saddam assault she talking podcast for movies TV shows and pop culture and we are doing a special. This isn't a special is it spider-man will be played by the greatest actor of all time Jaden Smith in Plunkett Smith thank you sense and I believe it's double experience weekend so trying to get borderlands three by the way I dig it Borland's story I've been playing a lot of that eh one what do you mean girls but right here together in realize the same room yeah give me a high five hey but hey they hand it so I guess we should just give a breakdown so because of out demanding schedules we may take these codes sometimes just to give you guys really matter at this point we've got enough spiderman movies the hold of a for any kind of new coming to respond see lately playing anything not really too much playing bits and pieces here and they're playing a lot of debris daylight because of that new learn contains like model like Spiderman Universe because obviously you know they got better than this rumors will be black cat movie and all that undesirable but it's terrible but in a good way what let's let Souvodrova Ramtane carbon what have you been yes and then off that I mean I don't even know what the future of Mabul now they they peaked in high school if anything like at this point it doesn't walking in the mountains somewhere I can't remember way and she was approached by Jagua and this was casuarina prost approach winging playing back to some Retro Games and everything in the meantime Mike you played someone came my place this weekend as well except Admiral Shit and make a terrible for some reason what about you not nick nick odd I wasn't really interested in the franchise like what does the shooter Brown boring every day you're like hey man get borderlands get borderlands I stopped going to them I still you'll right with that it was just a marketing strategy to get more now they're both making proofreading models branded into it as a sprite besides just the costumes and everything all set packs and it's coming up do like a handstand somersault you can do triple up as well from it as well to date by former yeah it's done like the donkey Kong Country Games it shouldn't matter but you know people always want more they going to kill off Peter Parker is a sign of man they'll replace them sue just is a miles Amal's Morales yeah they'll just use him yup cells to be spider manages to different spiderman yet that's the way that you could do it if they want to stop making uh on the mechanics and everything of the original game yes exactly that's what I've always said The whole concept and Nina just improving everything up every like west of the same game again hello fucking mountain cat it's fucking was going to kill her was your shoes recording and it was stalking her GonNa get hurt if you're a fan of anime and you're a fan of the moody the room you'll fuck love New York year just signed I got it and number one was all right but number two on my good number said well that's how it should be like whatever you make a sequel to just he was going to die and some raising she's like you know what I'm just going to play a METALLICA song and she did it got scared it's like right away actually as low as the main camp yeah and ironically the person who got me the borderlands with you so far really Ripa lemmings that went good yeah no the Marvez Donkey Kong did GBH one fucking amazing holy crap that can do all yeah which often Melbourne in Abu Dhabi said Melvin I'll tell you the back of the UC's in Melbourne s the Sunday Awesome fucking novel Stadium Even Disney bought the rights to one of the stadiums fucking hill Disney plus when it comes to November Fourth Disney not a paid sponsor curricular upside just a regular yeah discord episode a nectarine it is fighting no one can defeat him he gets to regain he just slowed as everybody is gonna be on Sunday because it's the morning dial is going to be at eight thirty in the morning frustrations because it has the air that John Because we're a day ahead of the Americans and as at at time it'll be at 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into a realization about endgame that movie faulkner movies I know for a fact you watch ray watched infinity war recently no way in hell he would have done that that he would go back and had his life with pay no way in hell not the cap on are not my cap or Mike it's like yeah you're cool we got the this next weekend we'll have the coming up actually the US the throughout the captain America Movies Yeah that's what I came to the realization of disregarded he wouldn't do it he that's good I like the designs of all the enemies designs especially the bosses amazing the environments the music is but besides that and the laws very confusing the game looks very pretty as about it so that a different quality and Mike night seem old great leader who is the greatest you have see he deserves it of course I I believe that but kept in America would not do that he's a selfless person by nature yeah he gave his life in the who they made in the movies wouldn't go back and do a selfish thing like that because it is selfish yes he's he here's a big stack of money call marvel baby Chang right before the vendors it just shows you the house in the mess will actually earn everything is that what to rateable you can basically just go through with as most of the bosses I've just beaten them I turn not even that hard little bit repetitive so find myself going into the museums like this is kind of boring The enemy like I I I can still forgive that like multiple universe theory right but again it goes against the character that they built I wanted to say well he gave he basically gave his life in the second one to save his friend Bucky he went to war so easy you just talk it betrayed what his character was building to that point and then at the end he's just like very very they say that Metallica safe to know well client they conduct then yes but with with America to save America okay so right he leaves him Brady's the soldier's life yeah that's who he is but he gave it up Sir easy at the end of in game it does win Kevin has plans to get rid of Captain America and he'll kill this guy somehow so the tools part lot captain America is my favorite Mc you hero I'll I'll like him I like movies I like his character but I time paradoxes well yeah because let me come down to that he can't be in full winter soldier if he did that because he would not be so the be changed the entire time on live in hand-back anymore so I just came to his caps my favorite I don't like Chris Evans right at these new captain America's capital at the end of the movie and game yeah they ruined his cargo having enduring yet the unique would he be man L. Lost One last week I launched a second show from damn fancy dancers productions like a couple of days later she got a phone call from the lead singer of Metallica as well she's like Nah you're in Lyon this is the and he's just like vida chats or and stuff so you think all that character building do you think he would have just gone you know what I've got one more time jump I'm going to live a happy life also wrote a few short horror things I wanNA record full Halloween not racial at stories that I'm going to like audio dramas in pants chats which is an interview show interviewing podcasts act AS Roma's and all this other stuff loss so that's may get double the damn fancy twice a week now yeah I said to that realization I was like fuck that no that's fair I hundreds any grey it was just a letdown yup pushing the podcast world to its knees speaking of Hara all secret about I'm hoping to beat blasphemous the next three that I do it on but after that also get about doing a dead space bump laser o'kielty low because you get your fucking munition true civil Hora Yep what are we talking about this week's episode by the way when topic in in a world where multiple personalities have multiple personalities in a world where ever on multiple personality disorder one man has multiple multiple on the hardest difficulty so just for October because I love that game it's fun dense based necker monsoon fun times ahead in Europe by other characters yourself it's a guy with my personalities play a guy with multiple personalities exponential personalities Isaacs waypoint Disco Party where he just runs around stumps on everything well you have to play on the hottest the guy did your kid so I can't hold anything against that kid the Oyo it's art it is could we either delivery dead dead well what I was thinking is we could do that on this code yeah not nick you WANNA introduce this week's topic this week's topic is TV horror shows and horror anime going with spooky for for a story so guy with multiple personality disorder but one of his personality has bolted Jason Andrew. I was stalking lost worrying Jason Voorhees mosque okay hey with we should do movie watch a movie as well for spook turbo would have recalled it we should do Redel Day that you don't know where he is he's basically legion at this point so you have just been rotten and dad's mind with horace stuff just really I need you to have like a nest empire on doctor on call get an adult diapers on if I'm already wearing mine the going so buried the the main person so they've really long rename it China banned you we love you that's all we telling you this you don't even later on Andrew just go outside and we will do that yeah coming to get you Bob that movie's just such a classic it's anybody who is on the fan needs to watch you have to aid Kaban d think watch you think you'd be able to mock up a quick silhouette overlay for bottom corner attention I guess yes like oh technologies bed general technology to be more of a twilight zone ish feel to it which was you could do that just like classic Ms Break Case Style do a just a science type thing pretty much with dinosaurs can we get already on the stall so there you can combine it right now but it was a nick that the pitchman the idea in condition me to do it TV shows so nick what kind of ninety will be oh benchmark heartaches while benchmark horror TV shows would again also owning skies Dylan made is really cool Godzilla damn fancy dinosaur designed for shut it looks fucking Arby s like you can stream the whole thing which is all they can do it can do about it yeah we could totally super good idea yeah does have skid they do horror episodes though but as Nick said the hardworking is worth black meal to an extent but was is there a law kinda like I think Black Mirror is more like uh-huh for the windows might be able to see us Dave really do that you actually did this cool Horo off his Hora definitely was more horror themed game listless as the show went on he will ruin a guy walking well a modern day it's definitely American horror story I guess you could say the the original Good Villa Posta that he linked to me and then I did your interpretation of it Mayo has won his low you are right probably the scariest when that the trump thing now it's fucking hilarious he had a seizure L. theories is with closed episodes another one was called the night gallery I remember actually seeing some reruns on this on TNT turbo where we're going with the Taiba and we so spooky coming out old spook talknet southside warning people really serious about warning me so you say you're just GonNa be a plate of ages saw cover remember anything of it and so I'm just GonNa say so scary domain some seasons of American horror story Mohora than others. I think that Morbid comedy now nor the latest Gary but that's probably comedy horror again they get the I don't need this old fashioned Horror Story Nelson the stadium obviously tried to save money and they're like Oh what if we dislike he dissolved at don't actually see them so we had the spending when those much younger when early days of foxtail not yet night gallery is basically a host come on until like the story of an event that would come up and in the weasel bad bidder the guy got beat up like a hundred percent gray American horror story Mazey can't wait to see it on his chest the audience order we getting some really good feedback on twitter or would tell them now telling him again nice correct well we could do that yeah it's free domain so I could just play it on it's actually genius movie the attack of the completely invisible aliens and yet he was like well like your love ones of you might see your uncle that you haven't seen on the side of the road that you really like maybe she just keep driving out in one of the episodes or if you're the motorcycle club one is well that's on news rigged up a good job okay back to Ah good horror movie on TV show sorry that I remember watching I'll just going through some TV horror shows on them into in writing that season just two guys like pretty cheeto dust all over his face fucking TV would trump or something yeah that's a brilliant idea there's something like let's take the twilight zone in sixty five toll forget about the strand does libs Do that was actually good Hannibal Yup that just ended a longer because Dane doc the short strand shrine a thread New del Toro classic what one man taste that one yeah had von it was good I just I wouldn't watch anymore economic impact on the end I was really I don't read so we have early early early days very very early days these top with the twilight zone and Alfred Hitchcock Alfred Hitchcock presents there was a lot of is coming to an end like that's that's a moment I think the season finale that show is going to be up there with some of the biggest AV finales able an icon believe I made an anime let's let's talk all the way back nake you probably go to expose too many episodes of the twilight zone growing up I assume yes yes I did again foam and you know there was like the old guys like I've been wanting empires all my life and I'm like cool fun this is just supernatural again not a fan of the correct one is he else because again I was a kid going up into the Edgy Teens and basically one look like an old show that grandpa will watch those good old Matt Nicholson being a while ago so two thousand fifteen is not that new but it's also not that old excited for classic hold pathogen kind of Hora 'cause I really ally the realities of pathogens and how quickly some of those sheet can spread but then attended Osmo like I'm done that parts from the Stop Wasn't it Y- will I love is like a like a pathogen that will kind of mutants it'd be like a mini episode of the horror the harvest and everything and then come back and everything and do the low why well if you think you could you see the sponsor takes the shape of there are other words supernatural fees in its final season starts Yeah like two months ago none oh no I need to get the museum blocking got the wrong on mixed up yea one hundred percents basically classes on that one but I was more that's awesome yeah Matthaeus cool totally good watch that as well right repeats and everything most of them like I always still remember the Mo- grim on the wing more than the else with a hassle the Roy threats but that that was a really good show as well on earth I sold the law season of it which back onto I only watched the EH missed some of the ones that try Shannon not half half sorry not at all mixed up rogue actors Orange Fucking TV show this strand strain the strain yes strengths or the strengths Guy Pie one like one the other one actually had the crypt keeper for introducing shows and stuff whoa that's way cool in this pouring all staff but now I've gone back what's on the twilight zone and actually much more appreciative in what it could do in his time period of what it was limited to at saint time as low so the dotted in the fifties as an early white too many goddamn streaming services help areas hundred degree. Yeah Yeah there was a lot the anthology style of story search straining service that exclusively works with horror and they are making originals so that's really good it's a good direction killing was really popular like we had the twilight zone we had The Atta limits we had towels at the dockside remember the outer limits happened with his mind and he loved cartoons. Okay how fun that was like kind of bookended by two guys driving in a car telling each other and that was a that was a anthology hearst by Freddie so it'd be like more on akin to like the one favorite twilight zone episodes so there was the Gremlin on the side of the plane that will kick the can episode where the old man wondered into a nursing home and gave the people can't the movies like really good because they pretty much take existing this existing cases from the the TV show at this rate make them for the Big Screen Oiled of the imagination with the mind is the fourth dimension and yeah it's it's had four income it's had four reincarnations now and one feature film yeah because it was yeah episodes freaked out but yeah I was watching a dockside was interesting one had a really shitty awesome at big mistake there's actually four different stories in the twilight zone movie the fourth one being that little crazy kid who could make things he stuff tells it the crypt actually is is coming back for a new series this October ooh I shot on Steven Spielberg killed someone through negligence. I'm just checking out some these TV shows did you hear the phrase nightmare TV shirt the silly he was in the Vietnam War he was in Germany and then he went to yeah in the Vietnam War he got his head chopped off in so it hasn't Pale but the latest incarnation was pretty crap not GonNa lie the new series apparently wasn't that great but apparently the two thousand dollars we now control the horizontal and the vertical that would get that scared me a lot more equality zone nick and then there was the old racist man gets goes goes through a door and ends up in the most horrible of locations fun fact like ninety the life by a helical that's the thing that's Vic Mara he died Macab so twelve killed yeah and it was just it was just bizarre like most of them would classically airing we'll have the dockside was classic like anthology he he took good for him aries bid all the endings would just really crap like it looked like we thought it was aware will but the to be have that show in Australia fire the ELVIRA was another one that she hosted wiser as she hosts pre she presented films like midnight presents with Alvar and she was just like the empire she had big boobs and she injury oh sorry nothing against the now let's get the Shit Outta be what else a kid good run opinions yeah consisted of three separate stories. Hey It's me nick from Fancy Donald feels just cutting in here because I really up there was a classic one with I think it's Elvira is the name of the hostess The Van Peer which is like Oh my boobs. The couple of water works out Zillah shed speaking of big red shows I think the the goosebumps TV series was a lot like that as well take that up and Ed's that'll follow this entire time scooby Doo kids wait creepy guy social media by following us on twitter and Instagram and we hope that you enjoy wonderful wherever you listen to podcasts so do good and take care and the hurston stuff other yep yeah so it'd be like that there was a horror shows with like a hosts and be like oh here's what's coming hey everybody this Rj Hash Ray Brandon Harrison and Bronson we hosted dungeons and dragons podcast called realms and nerds some highlights our show include wreaking havoc in every town we've as it blowing up hot tubs killing off fan favourite characters high connect romances inappropriate wedding etiquette and every now and then actually good storytelling join us in the rum's criteria for fun fantasy adventures every hey this is heather and we are Nerdy bitches podcast ashore Tuckey Ladies podcasts their way through pop culture from movies and TV to our regular book club and everything we'll be right back after the promo talks after the shootout so let's go dennis chilly time for the she'll buy attor stub the action movies Video Games d four games and so much more be sure to check us out on apple podcast Google play stitcher pod being or wherever you find confined his son Palm being I tuned school podcasts spotify or just about wherever you can get podcasts awesome podcast you can also find hanging out on twitter facebook instagram pinterest and Nerdy bitches dot com see soon between we bring you our favorite phantoms with feminine I we are Talking Star Wars Star Trek DC marvel comic book anime and don't forget sci-fi fantasy hey this is liz really badly I had Tear notting territorial ahead nod living dummy to in three because some reason there was no one it looks like that scratchy and new episodes bring new guests topics and release every Friday more contact can be found a wonderful is youtube which channels save today and connect with wonder soul wonders hey I'm lucas the host of one or soil weekly podcast series featuring a variety of topics stealing with lives many passions and experiences join me in friends each week as I discuss topics ranging from pop culture to real life conversations that all confined relatable oh yeah per bag guys how we all do save when you look and Scottish Pie Sleigh Oh yeah sure stuff we grew up on a case Jerusalem deficits like bookended by rl Stein talking and he just looked like the bees door wii a cup of water on the toaster it's very pricey but it was very well ever made number one at all let's put that live respective and and the haunted mosque and they were the ones that was done with some production the things that I grew up with I suppose I remember I used to have the goosebumps videotapes and I watched the sheet out of them like they're going on here you're cuckoo clock every single time I sold just fucking freaking out we might do is you might talk to the pros and when we get back we'll talk about the goosebumps the right dad the bay grade version of the adults the same accuracy of the stories that I remember do you remember that some of the actually pose on alien bumps on the goosebumps logo the more scary the story was yes some of them had like really correspondence some the yeah pretty much yeah h book had a sacred it was it was like an earthquake like noise for us notice compensation ah no way that might seem just came down to how many priore thank God but also on the goosebumps books if you're blind you read it it was Braille that said joined the New World Order Eh that that the couple of water man make sure you get only limited time offer seventy around so lesage in Braille on it revolving the aluminum body and Aerostan's plots to fight the evil was it a conspiracy all along not a not a big of a fan of the books like I read the goosebumps books a lot more than actually watch the show yeah so return show was like hey I don't this is definitely not to get you would there was just a broad that was while we the witted pretty much that was like standing like you can't be afraid of clowns Jimmy this clan of stupid and then the where did we leave off just before the break talking about the goosebumps Tay Tay Series and TV Talk Adele some horror Assad had Christopher Lloyd in it playing vampire who lives in an old folks home and they're all vampires remember those also dollhouse episode and all the Dole has the levy dummy terrified man he was trolling families moneymaker like it is nowadays. MRI run made a bucket load of money yes yeah is he still concocted by with get your your sales in now because right all right they didn't think it was a member on the stumps books that like the myth was if the the logic talks actually was written by Elstein always felt like he was a freak and he wasn't good looking so he wrote that book because he always wanted to cover up his face and I'd wife from the world so we actually see what he looks like God yeah definitely not a looker are you and then they're released oldest series and they really tanked it there here's a classic Canadian cst That just had the really poor acting I dude he totally deleted school Books Wounded Mosque always Gary Story College Coldwell in it was that the war at all days party they can even actually show it was called R. L. Stein's the haunting Allah I remember that The I am Abo that now just have a look see I remember a lot more of these episodes that I thought I did he realized that after a while yeah I remember Chameleon audie minute shower rather than a half an hour twenty minute goosebumps episode and it was more upbeat spookier one of them had Christopher Lloyd in it the Fisher Yeah I remember the first episode of tell the Phantom Cap with the answer was a whole Yup rediscovering it on net flicks and I was like this is not as good as I remember it because I was episodes always scare the sheet out of me because the scary spooky when the booth Oh one moved he's still making books to Lisbon as you're writing books he always wants to be Stephen King but he turned out to be the lamb chop of the horror community and we had to guess what the title was ad was Daddy E is Kid bosc Oh mon unbecoming bigger than Stephen King A and then also around that same time actually it was probably be earlier for looks he added up just before the Internet I people Scott Engine it nineteen ninety five a show just became crap because it got cancelled and then revived wonder if that's the way they approached the show like having how often he also had a Sadhu Sadhu Okay Yeah Sada was one of the the guy the story of their own scary tales so I don't know how that's going to find liked his one and he always was going it saw dough and he owned a magic shop so he was pretty cool but then like when that guy left we lost all those coup characters so kids you can tell with the kid whoever told the story you knew what kind of tile it was gonna be like what's his face the guy that told the tale the phantom are you afraid of the dark yes ninety nine when goosebumps thought First absurd doc yeah the mice that you call Bait machine in which that actually like that first episode had one of this recurring characters in people stories because of the and basically a bunch of kids killing each other scary stories or any campfire and that's actually being revived the series well it's coming under employed the post is when that Keats same keyed was telling the stories later on you'd see posters and stuff in the background so yeah it was really will the content caveat is used magic and stuff like that Neil always had a recurring character cold Dr Vink Dr Vancouver said and I'm not a nut bag and like ah Cuban the finest a year even the Klan was a recurring character like you'd see the phone yeah I was GonNa say he's dragging microphone pushy wait now pick crazy I was just gonNa say I wonder what the permission slips for those excursions they lack gonna go inside the human body come on we can it's good way to get around that but yeah the only problem I have with the revival it looks like it's breaking the fourth wall and not the football sorry it looks like it's the kids telling the stories in escape US beyond sides Wednesday on C. I thought it would be a good idea as well to talk about not a scary TV show or harvey shook but an episode from a TV show that scared you cool riders on the stuff and being all these are two different I'll wait you know we can have different kids done the story so it's the earnings perspective on the stores yeah we'll most lines founded in two thousand that's what it says that's a long time yeah that's not mean is long in nineteen ninety when a gruesome so definitely you go I don't know why just came to mind when Nick was talking about the clown that episode of Iran yea entered haunted house yeah it's basically the is accountable and they've won says at the end of a spouse is a client comes out Zebra clan and this was a really scary episode of its erased art like just that sane when the whole thing when Willie it was drawn differently and terrify at I don't really well when it comes to he was on fire like that was terrified for a small child and then what did he kills anyone list with the clowns I yes no at the three this Shit Adamy man exceed me legit when I was stud that's when the dog Yup nineteen ninety-two I clock white actually think I just remembered it right now such an easy kid to scare and I remember I went to one of my mom's family and one day it is the zebra the clown episode as Onc- now one or the yeah I do remember the charter member more than anything Dr American hit back remote Kaplan I dot he was good so they really kept it going but I think the scariest children's TV are in that era was the magic school bus we can all agree like revived some sort of animatronic like person and like the movements alike very weird and very bizarre and very robotic and I remember no no also you spent five seasons yeah I'm everybody hey I got scammed but did well I can't recall what this is Yup and just came alive and stuff and I go what will your child that stuff out you have been watching short seconds it was it was like the person was filed in season two is cold knoll and it was where the the CL- the second ship had sunk in the tried to the DOC Do remain are enough for you I'm have a friend in Dhaka just off the goosebumps actually one's always terrified of him and there's a legend that the old original one used to smoke cigars as well so he gets his I guess his band now because of that oh split I believe it was one day that I was staying home from school I think I'll stick with something and though some show on it was about some kid he had the like very human-like it was like wearing a mosque and everything so you have to find out what that is I wouldn't know where to start looking so you could back to goosebumps or we go poss that possibly Spicy Pasta Friday the Doc when moving nail into the more of the modern someone it could cost up on the shore and when you ward him you kind of took on traits those people and so they like the club number one every time in this Bikini Shahabi like an Carl might take buffy I didn't that's I remember about that she saw I just I just love how you said she actually been watching a very scary movie and traumatize the sheet out of yourself Julio Point he's the giant spider and he just keeps getting bigger just all it was the way it was in the dream world it was the way it was Draw right well taught us at bay Oh no I did push it it's like what I didn't do before that and then I'm like actually oh I then came back to life and she got really depressed and then she started fucking sparkle a time Susan media like is this real Carlos like freak death for it but for some reason I remember my parents came from I think though distended store or whatever and I told them didn't believe believe me they're like Oh yeah right Elaine yeah so basically this kid gets dead to do it and he goes up and he takes the noise and he's just like yeah got his nose and everything but then the climate is actually stalking him Russian buffy before yeah the verb slam it came off as well Joel ends are denise who was from Sweden and she had some cartoons and stuff on videotapes and we watch PIPPI longstocking and as one same with smoke Qena erupted might it's kind of like he's really the dock was much older I always thought that his it was like the classic non he's looks touched too much of it I just remember my favorite character in it was definitely bike I think he's a fan favorite was he the lead actress Gut men many times with one hottest chicks on the planet in many men magazines that's about it yeah that's it I never really watched much of the buffy personally but what are your take on the what do you got to take the series well I remember it was kind of the same kind of Tom chomped so you had like the classic Gayle King Bought Con of Motif and then willow become a wish get because you've watched most of our more than anybody else he nica you'd be a buffy expert I'm not so proud about that but I guess it's just a fun fact we'll I've seen pretty much all of buffy it got really shit towards really the season because buffy like the next radio show so it before it was on the screen it was a radio program so visionary Rod Rod Sterling created this bring me up is really they his eyes popping Ya I think for me it was not Marin Evergreen terrace down and I was like I'm done I finished that's enough for me I'd know issued buffy I really enjoyed it on crashes back then the women still have to rise out very come on buffy didn't exist no just waiting Safai a buffy the vampire slayer TV series main pain pain horn drama that happened never happened before in any cinema ever that's why we need now are him to get the noise bike nursing is actually very well done oh yeah that is actually set me yeah the end of the action trump's ocsar guys he's like thank you talk about the TV series yeah but there was actually a movie that came out before yeah yeah yeah yeah but we are talking about the TV series ever existed that was some sort of strong female protagonist well Sir would you would you close unlike the way as you were saying before horace changed you know like horror you know used to be able to show some creepy looking vampires scrape episodes you know and that was scary but then the movie that yeah you see the original buffy the vampire slayer movie Gio go buy stuff yeah because that's what everyone usually associates certainly not be freak you out yeah whatever that really happened that's when I think of child psychologists yeah I remember seeing the original and the on sixties girl on the planet purchase on these men magazines I don't think people and everything about besides where she was like fighting leprechauns and she's just doing normal shit like supernatural shit like fighting elliptical but yeah escape moving on I wouldn't exactly call it a horror site but it had horror themes the fire options of like little goblins and stuff and ruined everything just completely memory actually but it would take everyone's voice away in the village and so do is it they look like lean like very lean skinny gentlemen the most ridiculous thing you soar in Buffy the vampire slayer lie say the most terrifying thing I saw was I not showing can get the name of the not months and then what do they look Nolan doors tolman that's what happens and for people at the door and they can't scream they took their voices away and they would actually cut out the hot codes it's just like okay oh no bullshit like our she didn't pass a physics exam Dan it's no different to that You know there's horror elements as part of a supernatural thriller. I mean I'd still it's a sub genre of horror I guess could kill with just a a name is pretty scary it's a scary concept I guess but to me death anyway it feels more there's a lot more anticipation and a lot more about is a Lotta detective work in it all right well let's move onto the next thing then and we what's the next thing our enemy it's all about trying to outmaneuver some guy in like a game of chess owners but there's always been a fine line between thriller and Horror How old was that the the thing that they kept on him all the time was the one that kept the voices of the people said Buffy Adnan screamed and the heads exploded expect title and horror is fear of the unknown so to some people that could be quite scary so I guess that's just art interpretation like I guess but when willow when willows girlfriend killed and she just which like scarlet witch and just completely decimated like she went psycho they Goblin slave for instance that has pretty scary pods but I still wouldn't call the horror that that's actually dislike tragic pots not take accurately and it's like one of my areas ever seen one of the most best deaths as well on the show I think I probably one of the coolest things yeah when he's using once yeah but just because something has like a good report doesn't mean it's our off like take the list of acts one gone freeze that's cool but I disagree with that like at the at the end of the day we'd consider it supernanny Camara anime I guess there's another one that comes to mind the gaunt's all though to be fair that speaking of like multiple genres that is kind of if they of course stop with them well we can say we'll start with the king of what most people know the horror anime and that would be definite redefine what horror is then should we just if you're of the unknown anything that makes you feel uneasy knowing big the knowing that someone's out remember was it a secret organization that we're getting these people who died and was reprinting them and forcing them to fight aliens or whatever ever watch a horror movie of just like us that's terrified like with the exorcist or something but then you watch a thrill you more on the well they really has the so you're always going to bridge that gap because you look

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Vegan Meals for the Homeless, Beauty Queen's Talent is Science and More Positive News in Under 10 Minutes

In Happier News

07:30 min | 1 year ago

Vegan Meals for the Homeless, Beauty Queen's Talent is Science and More Positive News in Under 10 Minutes

"Did you know i launched this podcast. Without spending a dime. Using an app called anchor anchor is a one stop shop for recording hosting and distributing your podcast best of all it's one hundred percent free and ridiculously easy to use and now anchor can match you with great sponsors who want to advertise on your podcast that i mean you can get paid to podcast right away in fact. That's what i'm doing right now by reading this ad if you've always wanted to start a podcast go to anchor the f._m. Slash start to learn more welcome to the in happier news podcasts. I'm gonna hosting goodman. I scour the news each week to bring you the happy inspiring and positive stories in ten minutes or less. There's plenty of negativity in the media already in i used to via t._v. News reporter and anchor szeswith chasing those types of stories after a life changing string of events. I vowed to focus on the good instead. These are stories to brighten your day and as they say in the news industry it's all starting in three two one vegan again meals for the homeless. A beauty queen proofs sciences rad a nonprofit with moving message and getting hot this summer we round out this episode with the coolest lemonade stand and a story about cops who are giving out ice cream tickets to kids caught doing the right thing when it comes to bike safety. Let's start in los angeles with jaden smith the son of will and jada smith you might remember him as the kid in the movie pursuit of happiness which he did with his dad while he's no longer a kid in fact he just turned twenty one and he's busy doing some pretty cool. Give back initiatives on his birthday on july eighth. He launched a vegan pop up food truck called. I love you restaurant. According to revolt dot tv the pop up truck served free vegan vegan food to the people on skid row in area of los angeles that contains one of the united states largest homeless populations. Jaden says this was the first of of many times slowly serving free food to the needy. I think this is such an awesome idea many shelters and organisations that help feed the homeless served fruits and veggies but for people living on the streets the opportunity to have a fresh organic plant based meal is pretty rare mad props to miss virginia who will compete in september for miss america for doing something totally different than the other contestants when it comes to showcasing her talent inside edition reports twenty four year old camille schreier won the title of miss virginia after she wowed the judges with a science experiment she hoax chemistry performance inspires other young women to pursue their passions in stem camille said in a release. I am more than miss virginia. I am miss. Biochemist messed. Miss systems biology miss future farm de looking toward a pharmaceutical industry career the b._b._c. says camille admit there is still controversy over these competitions but miss america is now about women's achievements then appearances plus. She's one almost twenty two thousand dollars in scholarship money money that she's put torture graduate degree so spend your years miss virginia advocating for stem education. I wanna take a quick minute from the news to highlight alight an amazing nonprofit organization. This organization is working to change our perspective on something often deemed as bad or unfortunate. I came across us. Nothing down on the internet and was really moved by their message. They're an international nonprofit organization that supports new and expectant parents of a child all of down syndrome and encourage everyone to see that there's nothing down about down syndrome. They send blessing baskets of hope to expectant mothers and those with babies a._b._c.'s under three months old. They also have a documentary and social media movement called dear doctor on their website. Nothing down dot o._r._g. They have an eight minute video. That totally brought me to tears. I highly suggest that you check out this video. It's parents talking candidly about the day they found out out their child had down syndrome how the news broke to them by doctors in how for the most part it was done in a cold way that did not leave them feeling supported or or hopeful after having their children. They can't imagine life without them and want others to know. There is nothing down about down syndrome. I think this is a really tough and personal topic. I know that if i got the news that our baby had down's syndrome no matter how compassionately it was told to me at completely devastated in fact i'm going to admit and be super vulnerable since this is quite controversial that in my early thirties before i was married aide or even ready for kids my thought was that if i ever did get the news i probably wouldn't continue with the pregnancy however that all changed after i met the green family during a video shoot. I did with five hour energy. They have twelve adopted. Kids with special needs including the cutest little boy with down syndrome. I instantly gently loved this little boy and from that moment my perspective changed on the topic i agree there is nothing down about down syndrome mm-hmm in fresno california at ten year old just sold one hundred cups of lemonade help her neighbors who lost everything in a house fire she ended up raising a thousand dollars that breaks down to one hundred dollars a cup good news networks as kaley cross watched flames destroy the home of brooke doc josh romans while they raced to safety with their young sons and she knew she had to do something to help them. She created lemon aid stand and ask people oughta. Give whatever donation they felt like giving people drove from far and wide to donate cash after hearing what kelly was doing for her neighbors kelly. You're pretty awesome. Ten year old and finally kids who wear bike helmets in new york town are getting tickets with a twist reports c._n._n. Law enforcement in tamang county new york saw that some of their communities little cyclists were not wearing helmets so they decided to sweeten the lesson all summer long. Police and sheriff's deputies are taking kids who wear helmets but the tickets are for free ice cream.

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GSMC Entertainment Podcast Episode 122: ESPYs, Birthdays, and Stranger Things

GSMC Entertainment Podcast

37:16 min | 1 year ago

GSMC Entertainment Podcast Episode 122: ESPYs, Birthdays, and Stranger Things

"Quitting your coffee table. If you WANNA eat a bird or put it on a bar Vol your instincts to be dubbed for the new all American cheeseburger fresh juicy fiefs fast tillage crispy around the edges covered gooey cheese and stacked to the ceiling with deliciousness knocked that baby Dow with a frosted beer at the bar just like those sports God's intended the new all America cheeseburger Buffalo Wild Wings. Please drink responsibly always on the go but the day just be one without your Hollywood's Vince Foot Golden State Media Concept Center ten podcast take care of that and all inclusive luck of pop culture. Hello and welcome to the G.. S. MC entertainment podcast brought to you by the M._C. podcast network. I am your host Sarah. Dan I am happy to be with you once again to talk about what is going on in the world of entertainment in terms of <hes> the world in general or my world specifically. I realized today that I have <hes> friends well one friend the and one niece who both left on Monday this week. No one friend left on Monday. The front left on Monday. The niece left on Tuesday but the friend is an India and the niece is in Paris and then London and a couple other places cases on a band tour that she is doing this summer so I have a I have international folks right now and I am not international. I am still here in northern California which is fine but <hes> wondering what you are up to this week this weekend this summer. Do you have plans to travel anywhere. <hes> I will be traveling to Ohio August so at least I'm going somewhere just not internationally. What does that have to do with entertainment news nothing except that I am sure that <hes> my traveling friends are being entertained in various ways? At least I hope they are especially my niece. I hope she's having a fabulous time. She is fifteen she will turn sixteen in Europe not sure where in in Europe should look at the schedule and see where she'll be when she turned sixteen but that is way more exciting than what I was doing on my sixteenth birthday. I can't actually remember what I was doing on. My sixteenth birthday often think about that at any rate. Ah <hes> thank you for joining me. It is wonderful to be here once again as I said with you talk about entertainment news <hes> in our first story is that the espy's were tonight and it will probably come as no no surprise surprise to anyone that the best team the winners of the best team was the U._S.. Women's national soccer team who of course just one the twenty nineteen World Cup <hes> what was that Sunday I believe more recently and I know that it was all over my facebook and twitter and I even have one friend who is in Belgium but she lives in Belgium right now her husband's the air force but another international friend one friend WHO <HES> did not go to to the hospital for her kidney stone until after the U._S.. Soccer team won she waited in pain to go to the hospital. Now that is a fan <hes> the espy awards awards if you're not familiar with them are E._S._p._N.'s annual celebration for all things sports. They were held today in Los Angeles <hes> Tracy Morgan was the host for this event. which was the twenty seventh edition of the S._P.'s <hes>? Let's see so best breakthrough athlete went to Saquon Barkley. WHO's running back for the New York Giants Best College Athlete? This will probably no surprise to anyone also Zion Williamson who is a Duke Basketball player was the number one draft choice. He is going to the New Orleans Pelicans. I can't believe I know that but I do best record. Breaking performance went to drew brees who is the New Orleans Saints quarterback and broke N._F._l.. All time record for passing yards in monster Monday night performance against the redskins best comeback was the Saint Louis Blues. The Blues went from last in the League in early January to winning the franchise's First Championship Championship hip championship that were just looks really funny to me in their fifty two year history and <hes> correct me if I'm wrong but that's hockey right. I think that's hockey. That's terrible. I can't remember okay well so you know obviously there were lots of awards given and wondering if you watched it a did not there was a special award <hes> Jimmy V. Award for perseverance went to Rob Mendez and <hes> there was of course all kinds of posts from twitter from instagram. You know all kinds of posts as people were watching it and there are lots and lots of other awards the Arthur Ashe award for courage courage went to Bill Russell <hes> but Boston Celtics legend and Basketball Hall of Famer so congratulations to him and just lots and lots of <hes> different awards. I'm going through the list and there there is so many different awards I will not list them all for you because that would take awhile and you can probably look it up just as easily or maybe you watched. It and I can't remember the last awards show I watched I. I tend to not watch them. I tend to like go later and look at all the outfits and find out who won and it's not because I don't like award show it's shows it's just the I never remember that they're all on. It's terrible I apparently disliked to tune in later on the Internet and find out what happened and find out what everyone wore moving on and our next story is that <hes> Taylor Swift has apparently beaten out Kylie Jenner for the top spot on Forbes the highest paid celebrities list and Kylie Jenner recently was announced as being <hes> the first self made billionaire. There was a lot of pushback as to whether or not that was actually true in terms of self made but <hes> Taylor swift has now topped Forbes Forbes's annual list of the world's highest paid celebrities. She is beaten out as I said Kelly Junior Jenner along with Kanye West who came in at number two and three respectively <hes> swift swift had previously topped the list in two thousand sixteen with the help of her nineteen eighty nine world tour but this year marks the biggest earnings total yet for the star and according to the list which ranks the world's highest earning stars in music sports and entertainment segment swift pulled in an estimated one hundred eighty five million dollars in earnings while Jenner amassed one hundred seventy million and west earned one hundred and fifty million the rapper and mogul returned to the annual list after a four year hiatus. Let's see also on the celebrity list are six actors from the Marvel Universe Chris Hemsworth Robert Downey Junior Chris Evans Scarlett Johansson Bradley Cooper and Paul Rudd. Thanks probably to <hes> these excessive excessive vendors endgame we can only assume and according to Forbes while these stars earned millions upfront the real money came with their back end deals as each got a piece of the box offices behemoth the box of what's behemoths estimated seven hundred million million dollar prophet. Well you know congratulations to everyone <hes>. Let's see rounding out the top ten are lionel Messi ed Sheeran Cristiano Renaldo Neymar the Eagles Dr Phil McGraw and Canelo Alvarez over us so there you go that is the top ten you can of course check out the full celebrity one hundred list and find out who else is on that list. I am not but I'm also not a celebrity so I'm okay with with that. I am not on Forbes top. One hundred the highest paid celebrities list although that is. I actually not even sure what I would do with that much money. I'm sure I would figure it out but wow. I can't quite even fathom that so I don't need to be in the top one hundred I can be in the top five hundred and probably be just fine thousand. Maybe I don't even know what what that would get me down to all. I'd have to look at the the entire list and see what that poor one. Hundredth person only makes which I'm sure is pretty impressive moving on to television and stranger things and no I will not be giving spoilers for stranger things. I did actually watch it. I feel like I watched it kind of timely in a timely fashion. I'm usually much more behind on stuff like this. I will say in this is not a spoiler in any way because I could have said this about season two as well I would totally watch a Steve Dustin spin off those to crack me up. I I like them. A lot and I would watch. I would watch that so no this. This story is that <hes> stranger things stars in Italia Dyer and getting matter also <hes> have shared a behind the scenes enes video or videos actually of their star Court Shenanigans Star court is the mall in Hawkins that appears in this season and <hes> of course you know. I don't want to give you any any spoilers but it it does <hes> crack me up that the stars of the show have been posting different things you know behind the scenes kind of teasing what's been going on and they've also been posting things in response to each other as as this goes on so for example cinnabon hard plays Mike shared some photos of Ga- I don't know if it's gate forgotten I apologize Montereau who plays Dustin playing with Star Court Mall Mannequins and Millie Bobby Brown who plays eleven followed up with her own version of that Amato Arizona has since shared a video of him goofing off <hes> goofing around with Wolf Art and Joe Carey who plays Steve So Natalia Dyer who plays Nancy decided to show that things are actually very professional. That's in quote onset <hes> and then there's wink wink in parentheses and this video involves <hes> well toilet paper for one thing so I'm guessing it's not as professional quote unquote as says you might imagine actually you're probably imagining something. That's not professional whatsoever. We do have to take our first break of the podcast. When we come back? We'll be talking more about that video and find out. What is what's going on with that toilet paper? Stay tuned. You're listening to the yes M._C.. Entertainment podcast. I'll be right back quitting your burgers coffee table. If you WANNA eat a burger put it on a bar full your instincts to be for the new all American chief voter fresh juicy chiefs until it's crispy around the edges covered a Jewish cheese and stacked to the ceiling with deliciousness and knock that baby Dow with a frosted beer at the bar just like the sports God's intended the new all America cheeseburger at Buffalo. Y always please drink responsibly is wingstop. The best thing to ever happen to delivery or is delivery. The best thing to ever happen to wingstop is a tasty mystery but with eleven mouth-watering flavors delivered right to your door. You can't go wrong. It's game on with us zesty lemon pepper or the sweet slow bird of Mango Heaven Arrow topped off with our hand cut perfectly seasoned fries order online at wingstop dot com and find out how tangy and delicious delivery. Delivery can be wingstop where flavor gets its wings WANNA find out what movies to go see and check out the G._S.. A._M._C. movie podcast. It's your ticket to the latest movies. Whether it's a new blockbuster event romantic comedy or action flick this show has got it all covered they talk some what to go see now. Don't bother what's hot on Netflix and everything in between that's G._M._C. podcast dot com back slash movie movie dash podcast when it's all about the movies it has to be this new show. Don't forget to like them on facebook and follow them on twitter visit G._S.. MC PODCAST DOT COM for more INFO uh welcome back to the Jesus MC entertainment podcast before the break. We were talking about well toilet paper. We're talking about the videos that have been posted by these stranger things cast and the still from the video has <hes> Steve. I'm just GONNA call them by their character names okay so I don't keep mispronouncing their real names which makes me feel horrible Steve's holding a roll of toilet paper <hes> he then when you turn the video when you play the video he throws it too <hes> Mike <hes> and then <hes> Dustin somehow comes up to Mike and Mike smacks the snot out of Dustin. There's a very loud slap sound. It's not real though they are <hes> just playing around on set but when I I thought I was like Dang I hope that's fake. It's a very very good slapping sound and then <hes> in response in Italia Dyer who plays Nancy posted a picture of of video excuse me of Jonathan whom she is actually dating being in real life who is being very angry with a mannequin and yeah she's so she said. I don't know what I don't know what <hes> Dustin is talking about. We're always very professional onset so I don't oh I just like the relationship between the characters as well as the seeming relationship between the cast members. They all seem to have a very good time on that show which is good because it's a what's called stranger things in it is very strange. There's some creepy stuff that happens on that. Show so hopefully you can have fun in between takes with the creepy creepy stuff in other stranger news. <hes> stranger news stranger things adjacent news there is a question of is millie. Bobby Brown joining Marvel's the internals <hes> well. She has recently you know she's in addition to stranger things. She was in the recent Godzilla the movie she is definitely on a great trajectory with her career right now. <hes> stranger things is currently breaking records for net flicks as a streaming service with a reported forty point seven million accounts watching the series third season since its July fourth lunch and my account is one of those the series has launched the careers of course of many of its stars <hes> Millie Bobby Brown is of course as I said it was in Godzilla I love versus Kong and she might be joining as I said the marvel cinematic universe in <hes> so in a preview from our studios upcoming hall H. Panel at San Diego Comic Con Varieties Matt Donnelly said that among the new franchises franchises marvel is set to unveil at the presentation is the internals he then mentions the previously reported cast members for Glow Khloe Zhao's film including Angelina Jolie Commercial Nah Johnny and Richard Madden before before dropping in Millie Bobby Brown's name. This is the first that's been heard about this so the question is is she joining the turtles when asked on twitter about casually dropping actresses name and whether or not he was just reporting a rumor Matt Donnelly indicated the variety sourced reports about the casting but marvel studios would not comment any confirmation would presumably becoming at San Diego Comic Con so Millie Brown Milly by round joining being the eternal is not official yet but <hes> then again marvel has not formally announced any of the other cast members yet either so well. I mean I do like Millie Bobby Brown. I like her has l.. I have not seen her in Godzilla vs Kong but she's she's definitely got the right you know she's she's in the right show to segue into more fantasy slash science fiction kinds of roles and and I'm kind of an obviously that would launch her career even more if she was in a marvel movie because those are just slightly big right now as we saw from the Forbes article earlier and <hes> all the lovely he crazy money that some of those stars have made from that at any rate. There's been some birthdays happening in the world of entertainment. I'm sure there's a celebrity birthday every day of the year really if you think about it but Jaden Smith recently recently turned twenty one now if I am surprised that he's twenty one <hes> somebody posted wait. He's only twenty one and I thought wait. He's already twenty-one. Probably that's the difference in age. I don't know I guess guess. I realized he was twenty one but it doesn't seem like it's quite been that long but then you know I don't believe that I have nieces in their twenties. Either so T._M._Z. shared a video as Teens T._M._Z. is wont to do. Of Will Smith Toasting Jaden before jade went out to celebrate and joking as I'm sure parents well you know all parents not all parents but many parents joke and so they shared a shot a toast and then it will Smith said something along unwinds of here's to you being off my insurance that's funny and then of course the T._M._Z. crew had to speculate as to whether that was actually true that he was going to really be off the insurance yeah. I don't think he's going to be in too too much trouble if he is off his parents insurance. I think he's probably got <hes> at least some money stashed away. Maybe not Forbes one hundred money but I think the kid will be fine and you probably can't call him a kid anymore unless you're old like me and <music>. Everyone's a kid not that old but I am kind of old doesn't matter as speaking of the Smith Family <hes> will n Jada have <hes> actually launched a multi I media cross platform venture which is actually hard to say will Jada Pinkett Smith and Will Smith Launch Multimedia Cross Platform Venture Westbrook Inc that is a huge headline and very hard to save <hes> they are launching this new media venture <hes> again Westbrook Inc which is a cross platform holding company formed to execute the Smith family's global content and commerce business strategy. The whole article is a tongue twister. <hes> WESTBROOK INC will incumbents subsidiary companies including the existent the existing overbrook entertainment red table talk enterprises and the recently formed Westbrook Studios Westbrook media and good goods the latter an elevated merchandise business sokoll Yada will lead the new venture as C._E._o.. And he is joined by Tara Hanks C._A.. As former head of global client strategy hanks has been named named Westbrook inks president also heading the team our new C._O._O.. Jila Jones C._F._O.. Kevin McDonald and V._p.. Of Business Development you Jesse Uram <hes> the idea behind Westbrook INC is to leverage bridge the Smith family's experience and success in entertainment and media along with their proven success in new media and technology landscapes and bring it under one roof. The goal is to create and curate powerful and inclusive content from all major platforms arms from short and mid form digital content to more traditional television series and motion pictures co-founders Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith said the venture will allow them to quote fully immerse ourselves in all areas of the media and entertainment myspace with Aaron Credible team of <hes> family chosen family and Longtime Business Partners Westbrook Inc's mission is to spread positive ideas art and products that entertain and empower the greatest number of lives inspiring the next generation of artists too good in the world westbrook studios will serve as the studio home to all new premium TV and motion picture product projects including productions by Westbrook media and overbrook entertainment Westbrook studios is currently home to the Jada Pinkett Smith Willow Smith and Adrienne Banfield Norris's Emmy nominated facebook watch series red table talk in addition to developing feature films television series and documentary productions from diverse voices says the company will develop projects as starring vehicles for Will Smith in conjunction with Smith's Smith. Family's extensive Hollywood network Steve Bender has joined the studio in the role of development of finance so <hes> you know l. from that earlier story. I don't think that <hes> if his family's doing all stuff to Jane GonNa be needing to worry too much about not having health insurance that he's twenty one at any rate we are going to talk about another birthday and <hes> kind of a spin off story from that birthday story when we come back so stay tuned you're listening to the jets MC entertainment podcast and I'll be right back is wingstop. The best thing that ever happened to delivery or is delivery livery the best thing to ever happen to wingstop is a tasty mystery but with eleven mouth-watering flavors delivered right to your door. You can't go wrong. 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There's a podcast network that covers just about everything that you've been searching the golden state media concepts podcast network is here nothing less then podcast bliss with endless hours of podcast Harvard's from news sports music fashion looking entertainment fantasy football and so much more so stop flirted around and go straight out to the golden state media media concepts podcast network guaranteed to fill that podcast is whatever it may be visit W._w._w.. Dot M. C. Podcast Dot com follow us on facebook and twitter and download. It's on I tunes soundcloud and Google play <music>. Welcome back to the MC entertainment podcast before the break we were talking about will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith's new enterprise WESTBROOK INC as well as their son Jaden twenty first birthday in other birthday news Ringo Starr recently celebrated his birthday and <hes> this one at least he doesn't make me feel old because I love the Beatles but I was not around when they were originally big so I don't have to feel old now that they're old. Maybe I don't know that makes no sense but at any rate Ringo recently celebrated his birthday with his eleventh annual Peace and Love Birthday Celebration David Lynch Peter Jackson Nils Lofgren and more joined him for this special event in Los Angeles <hes> according to Rolling Stone he shared highlights and behind the scenes footage from his eleventh annual peace and Love Birthday Celebration at the Capitol Records Tower in Los Angeles this weekend as Starr explains during an interview in the clip the peace and Love Celebration started in twenty two thousand eight and came about after a journalist asks star what he wanted for his birthday he replied applied. I'd like everyone on the planet to go peace and love on my birthday. The event has since become an annual July seventh tradition and now fans in over twenty six countries have organized their own celebrations so it's become bigger than just ringo's Ringo's birthday. The Los Angeles event this past Sunday found star celebrating <hes> as I mentioned earlier with David Lynch Peter Jackson Neal's lofgren Sheila e Ben Mont tench Ed Begley Junior and more the video clip <hes> include snippets of performances by Ben Kyle and Sarah Watkins the Jacks and the students of the John Lennon Educational Tour Bus in partnership with the Fernando Palum Community Arts Center who sang an original song about peace and love that will premiere online at a later date toward the end of the clip <hes> star spoke about his hopes for the peace and Love Movement saying I'm just going peace and love and you can see it's getting bigger and and maybe it gets so big that it'll be peace and love world. That's my dream so go ringo. I he always was such a goofball and he still kind of is but you know peace and love not a bad bad thing to wish for on your birthday and not a bad thing to celebrate eleven years in a row and make it so that other people start celebrating. You know that's really not a bad way to commemorate another year around the sun in <hes> as as I said in the previous section adjacent news Beatles adjacent news this one is Paul McCartney and John Lennon apparently the only beatle we're not covering tonight is George Harrison but <hes> Paul McCartney and John Lennon have hit the rock songwriters chart <hes> once again and this is after the yesterday film premiere now I have seen stranger things but I have not yet seen yesterday so apparently apparently can only stay up to date on so many things at once <hes> plus the famed Beatles producer George Martin had has debuted on rock producers so the new film which is from Danny Boyle brought a renewed a new interest in the Beatles iconic catalog as I can only imagine the film if you don't if you're not familiar with it from the trailer involves a guy who does covers of Beatles. He's trying to make a name for himself. He loves the Beatles Music he wakes up one morning not exactly sure why to find that he is the only one that remembers the Beatles. No one else in the world does so he starts he continues singing their songs and their own new to the whole world <hes> <hes> so as previously reported according to this article multiple classics by the Beatles in Fuse July thirteenth dated tallies after the first full tracking week following the move the movies June twenty eighth theatrical release in the film <hes> as I said the lead character portrayed by Him Patel finds that he's the only person alive who remembers the Beatles leading him to begin performing their music and passing it off as his own <hes> on the strength of the group's five entries on the Hot Rock Songs Chart Paul McCartney and the late John Lennon concurrently debut on the newly launched rock songwriters Tart tied at number four actually kind of cool <hes> the weekly rock songwriters chart is based on total points accrued by songwriter for each attributed song that appears on the hot rock songs chart which blends streaming airplay in download sales data plus genre based songwriter writer and producer charts follow the same methodology based on course the corresponding quote unquote hot named Genre Charts as with billboards yearly recaps multiple writers split points for each Song equally and the dividing of points will lead to occasional occasional ties on the rankings of the Beatles five injuries on Hawk hot rock songs here comes the sun places highest at number nine followed by let it be number twelve yesterday at number fourteen he jude at number sixteen and come together at number seventeen. <hes> older titles are allowed on billboards multi metric charts such as hot rock songs if they rank in the Tallis top half and show a meaningful reason. Then for researching so of course this movie would definitely be that <hes> notably McCartney and Lennon show writing credits for only four of the five tracks and if you're Beatles Fan and I I allied we are gonNA mentioned George Harrison because his is the hot the top rated one here comes. The Sun is George Harrison number so good on you George you were you know you're the highest rank of those five. <hes> late Beatles producer slash composers poser slash ranger George Martin also benefits from the Beatles hot rock song entries as they spark his number two debut on the Rock Producers Chart Martin received full production credit on <hes> all of those songs listed above the five songs things that we just mentioned and is co credited on <hes> sorry on four of the five songs he is co credited as a producer on let it be with Phil Spector so if you are interested in this list you can view the full rock songwriters others and rock producers charts in addition to the hot one hundred and all genre rankings ON BILLBOARD DOT COM. I just think it's cool that a band that has not that was only together for what six years and and hasn't been together longer than I've been alive is still you know they can still appear on these charts and that the movie I don't know how well the movie is doing. I know people have some people on my facebook. facebook have really liked it but is it. I have not yet seen it. I know I'm GonNa love the music at least but <hes> we'll see how the rest of the movie goes. I am excited so <hes> on a completely different note we are moving being from the Beatles and the movie yesterday to Discovery Channel's Shark Week which is lots of people love Shark Week right but they are debut in a scripted film inspired by true events. So of course we've had a sharks have been a pop culture fascination for decades <hes> we love to be scared by them. Ever since Jaws we love to you know freak out about being in the water with them mm-hmm. You can tell it's pop culture phenomenon when shirk NATO gets six movies man. I'm still I'm still blown away by that. That's amazing and sharks are fascinating. There's so many different types they are <hes> well. They have a lot of teeth there. They can be very scary and anyway so since nineteen ninety eight the discovery channel has been having its annual Shark Week Wow nineteen ninety nineteen eighty eight excuse me I I misspoke and <hes> it has of course produced all kinds of programs focusing on sharks. The tradition is continuing this year with a number of all new documentary programs with this year's festivities facilities also debut in the networks. I entirely Scott scripted feature film. This is according to <hes> Comic Book Dot Com and the film is called capsized blood in the water. It's a dramatization of a Real Life Tale of survival starring Josh Duhamel which will be premiering on Wednesday July thirty first at nine PM Eastern time entertainment weekly detailed the film <hes> based on the heroine true story a of an October nineteen eighty-two Shark encounter <hes> after a yacht bound for Florida capsizes during an unexpected storm. It's crew is left to drift for days and the chilling waters of the Atlantic where they become prey to a group of Tiger Sharks with the hope of rescue dwindling the crew must do everything in their power to survive as the sharks continue to hunt them <hes> so again that is <hes> premiering on July thirty first at nine PM during this this year's shark week on the Discovery Channel and I'm GonNa go with no thank. You know movies like that. Just I <hes> there too intense. I don't think I watch it. I would rather watch CH- Yesterday but I know that people love sharks. They Love Shark Week and they love being freaked out by sharks. 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Mini Crush #42

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41:45 min | 1 year ago

Mini Crush #42

"Hello earth. Actually. Hello universe. Yeah. We are here to tell you that. In addition to Tuesdays and Thursdays when you can get your regular stuff. You should know episodes. Just as you always have the last ten thousand years await tenure seniors. We're now adding a whole new episode of a spin off show. That's really the same show. It's just a shorter episode. It's called short stuff. Yeah. We said, hey, sometimes we have topics that maybe aren't robust enough to fill out a full forty five minutes stuff. You shouldn't episode though. We don't want to shortchange these topics these people, and so let's just make them short. Get over here. Short stuff and Trump in our feet, right? Exactly. It's kind of like the Roper to our three's company. Yeah. Or it's kinda like after mash to mash exactly, although it's like neither one of those. We're regular links. This is shorter everybody. Yep. So you can go to apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Or just look for it in your feet every Wednesday from your friends. Josh chuck. Jerry at stuff, you should know shorter is sometimes better. Hey, everybody. Welcome to movie crush many. Crush addition. Special edition is it like does it signed and numbered or something what what is in addition mean? No, Liz back in you're gonna be in trouble. He's got a nose full. It's not. It's very true. But he's gonna podcast anyway. Let's not I had an interesting weekend. Yeah. Man. I want to hear about well. First of all, let's just get going with the fact that on last Friday, I did the saddest movie crush ever know sitting in this goddamn room alone. Rams even left. He just hit records this up. Just like talking to the third range yelling into the. It's like the true definition of a podcast started. Which is some sad. Chubby middle aged lonely guy by himself interim talking to nobody. Well, now, you know the life of Jonathan Strickland only he's super Jackson now. So yeah, we got caught with their pants down. All because you are away at it know that you're traveling. You went to Los Angeles. What'd you go for happy face? No. It's this other thing. I think I can talk about it. Oh. It's sort of like a startup entrepreneurial type show where we talked to different like hot shit CEO's. And like, you know, people that have come from nothing and made themselves into these like obscenely rich luminaries basic like me, just like shock. We'll have you on the show before you know, it. But yeah. So it was also rounding this conference that was going on there called the summit L A eighteen conference. I saw Jaden Smith interview Al Gore about climate change. Yeah. It was surreal. It was a little bizarro world. But it was it was cool was Jaden sharp job. He did do a good job. All right. That's cool. I'll Al Gore though, is funny. He's like now Jaden I wanna I wanna tell you jaded, and he kept he kept like putting his hand on him and say his name, which I thought was a little weird and James like dude fucking twenty. Yeah. How old is now. I don't even know. But it was interesting. And it was in all these old beautiful theaters down. In downtown LA Broadway. So I got to go to the orpheum. I went to the the palace pointed out to me on the social that. That was where the thriller movie theater scene is shot. Josh. And I performed there learned that. Yeah. And it was like, man. This is pretty cool. He said some nice screen shots and little AB comparison. It also I think I've mentioned in that thread that big lebowski the scene where the dudes landlord does his cycle member. His is that. The palace as well. Which is hysterical because bio accounts that scene should have been in like a thirty percent, the they they made it look like that. I don't know why they maybe they just had a deal on the palace that day or something. I mean the palace it's had a comeback lately. During the big lebowski days. It was just like shuttered. Really? Yeah. Okay. So you went to the orpheum palace the hotel, which was really beautiful stay there. When we did that show, right? Yeah. Casey was mentioning that he stayed there as well it. Yes, staying downtown LA is weird because it's very much feels like New York big time. But then you look up and you're like, wait. There's palm trees in the background. Yeah. And you know, you're it's it's Los Angeles. But it's a very downtown New York feel the whole thing about this event. Was it was like, you know, a very exclusive event that I just happened to look into getting a free pass to. I felt like, you know, the kid that from the slums that that got to go to Harvard, you know, because goodwill goodwill hunting. Yeah. And so it was like, but the thing was interesting was like, you know, the people that were happy events pay. Made a pretty penny to be there. And there was this interesting juxtaposition of this like, obscene, wealth and opulence and these bizarro events. Like, I went from seeing, you know, Eckhart Tolley who's like this kind of like meditation grew guy to seeing Jaden Smith, and and Al Gore to hang out in this weird pavilion with ice coffee. You know on tap and stuff the backdrop of downtown L A to this event was very stark interesting because it's very, you know, it's a very gritty kind of. Yeah. Means Ashi downtown downtown has come a long way in some areas. But like skid row still down there. I mean, they're still they've tried to revitalize downtown. But it's interesting and all those old theaters. I worked. I was working on a music video downtown I can't remember who it was for. I wanna say like Michelle branch if that name even rings a bell dick ticket. I don't even know. No, okay. No listeners, you know, what I'm talking about. And I was to run an errand over to get something from an Aerosmith shoot down the street, and I went to one of those old theaters. And that was when there was nothing really going on downtown like they've done a lot in the past fifteen seventeen years, but there was nothing going on. And I remember walking in the cedar answering this whole row of grand majestic theaters that were now like Latino churches interestingly or just closed and thinking, oh my God, the opulence is off the charts. But it's like a haunted mansion. Yeah. Yeah. No, no. I mean, some of these the architecture believe it was the palace in particular. Wait. Yeah. That's right. That's where I car totally. Was it looks like it's so gothic. It's like it's like something out of like, Tim Burton Batman, like it's really really got this textured look that almost makes it look like organic like dead plant matter mixed with like bones or something like sort of. Serious. It was gorgeous. And really like nothing I've ever seen before. So I was really glad I got to that was my favorite part of the whole trip which is seeing those buildings. Yeah. Yes. I'd out and get into kind of hang out. Where did you stay downtown? To know. I stated I should've. I stated at the Hollywood Roosevelt. So I had I had a have stayed there. I had a very very broad LAX. I went to friend of the show Kevin Pollack's house. Oh and helped him with some some podcast related stuff. Whenever the Pollick to Pollock south. He got me in everything croissant. Which is apparently a thing. Now. Wow. Eagle bagel, but it's a croissant, and it's filled with cream cheese. Holy shit. It's very decadent, but he's super sweet guy. Kevin Pollack really really cool and went from his hood to Venice for the day and just took a bird scooter and kinda just toodle around her. It was a fun little solo trip. I did a lot of soul searching. Yeah. To go buy one of those shops. I don't know. She's talking about Chuck talking about Jaden Smith is twenty by the way, nailed it, total guests. He strikes me as a bit of a twenty. What's Pollock's outside? It's it's really nice. It's just really everything in its right place. He had this amazing like nudie strip tease machine from the thirties where you find nickel. Then you crank the crank. Yeah. And then it's like a light. And I take an mkx lakes. Hey, you could see that? It was like a kind of a old like very warn flip book that has a little flips through. And it's yeah. This the gal doing a little strip tease. That's great. So we had some had a jar Nichols up there shot. Yes. He had. He had a cool cool collection of weird stuff. It's awesome ever been to the Pollock house. He's invited me over for his his sort of famous poker? Yeah. Yeah. We sat at the famous poker table. And he's all in every time in L as I come over poker. Mike, dude. I'll just write you a check and go watch. Yeah. There you go. Yeah. It's like here's three hundred dollars. I'm just gonna watch you. Very hundreds gonna get you. I can't lose more than that. I can't even lose that. All right. Well, it's good to have. You back buddy. Saw you posted about jumbo's clown room this morning. Did you go just past it and thought it was a quick I thought that I had was is this a weird children's place for these children's play second tell when I looked a little closer to the sign. It's their Clermont lounge. How it is. Yeah. Okay. God. And that was in kind of loss feelers area where I remember where I passed. I mean. I mean, we go to jumbo's. It's it's a it's a it's like the clermont's in LA institution at it. So I thought oh man knows discovered the clown room. No, I stayed on Hollywood Boulevard, and I ended up going. I didn't realize that. Let's feel is is like the other side of Hollywood Boulevard kind of keep keep going right there. All right there. I got a time a size that was pretty cool. Just the regular kind standard. It was awesome them. And it was. Yeah. So I ended up in a Titanic which is like right on the edge of less feeling leave. And then kinda right where I live in the Dresden, which I'm always going on about how much I love the Dresden shirt. It was during the day. So I couldn't go and see a was Martin, Elaine. Yeah. They wouldn't be there during the day. But it's funny. I'm sure you have it listen, but the Sean Gunn episode we had sort of the same debare back in the day, which was what the drawing room in Los villas, which is a six AM bar. Oh, wow. Okay. And we'd sort of both delighted in the six AM bar and just that whole notion and the it's kinda great. Meaning you can just walk out in the sun's up and like, no it opens at six. Oh, yes, I'm confused. Yeah. It opens at six AM. So. Oh, it just stays open stays up until whatever to. I. Gotcha thinking is it too? I think so. Yeah. And then come right back for hours later. I really liked the frolic room. I always go to the frolic. Yeah. That's a good old dive since the good old dive. It's right next to the Pantages theatre. That's right there in the middle of Holly. I like the old school stuff. L A confidential pros. Really, okay. That makes sense. Sure. I had a steak dinner at Musso and Frank myself. Hey. Yeah. No. It was good thing that everyone should know about Musso and Frank. So is that everything is all a cart? So you get the steak that's sharp. You get some mashed potatoes. That's like ten every say house get like a gravy boat with some sauce in it. That's five bucks every stake. Yes. Okay, outback. Well, that's where I go. Do. That's my that's my that's my bar. All you got to take out for good. It was great. It was really good Frank topnotch. He's already worked up, everyone waited. We get to Knowles holes. It's going to get it's gonna get ugly. Well, it's good to have you back, buddy. Hey, thanks, man. If you listen to the first five minutes, even that solo podcasts, you'll hear me just gushing over you. So oh, man, I need a little confidence booster when when I do need one. I'll keep my backbone. Yeah. Keep it in your back pocket. Right. Where you fart? That's what I say. All right. So let me see what can we do today? I put up some things I signed because last night was election night. And I don't know what you did. But I flipped it over to CNN with John king. And I literally felt like I had PTSD just seeing him in front of that screen with his little magic fingers. And I'm like, I can't I can't I can't can't do it again. Well in Georgia. I got the sense that the polls were staying open really late because of fucker with. Yes. Vote counting get into that. Oh way the secretary of state ran for governor. Yeah. That's not at all. Okay. Anyway, let's this isn't a political show. But no, I I made the very conscious choice to pay no attention to it. Because I knew it wasn't going to come into late. And it's just not worth staying up and biting your nails. So I went to bed and had a nice sleep. Good. And I my friends that were out checking out the counts and stuff texted me middle of the night with you know, some good news issue. But. Modest gains. Up to two very math feelings about like 'cause I had a middle of the night. Text from somebody was probably quite drunk sherline optimistic and sent me an all caps like Dem's take the house that I read that as dams win everything. Right. That was not the case. Yeah. I think for for liberal hippies right now just turn it off right now. And or, hey, listen, if you don't agree with what we're about to say just give it a pause or hit the little fast forward button, like forty five seconds. Yeah. Because we don't want to piss anyone off this'll be a short soapbox, but for liberal hippies like us. I think you know, modest gains are gains like we want everyone to win. We want Stacey Abrams to win and Aurore to win and the Gilliam in Florida to win and to take the house and all the things, and you're just not gonna get all those. So we took the house that's great Abrahams. If I believe if it hadn't been for voter disenfranchisement, she would've fucking one. There's also they're talking about like they're being. Potentially a runoff out and renowned. Whenever that's that's the last just I mean, she's so close, and that's a lot about Georgia that a black woman is within spitting distance of the governor seat. So I don't like moral victories. But it you gotta take what you can get these days. You know? Hey movie Crushers with access to tens of thousands of channels, apps and Alexa, skills. Amazon fire TV brings all the live TV and streaming content. That you love to the biggest screens in your home. You can watch YouTube on fire TV, you can say, Alexa, open YouTube, and that's all there is to it. You can watch Netflix. You can watch Hulu and much much more. You can even get involved with the wonderful wonderful iheartradio app bar TV is the perfect gift for the entertainment fan and your life this holiday season. So why don't you head on over to WWW dot Amazon dot com slash movie crush right now to order a fire TV if you're very own and like I said they make great gifts for the entertainment fan in your family. So get on it fire. Tv. How about you quizzed me about some sorry movies? I haven't seen. Well, that's coming. Okay. That's later. Okay. Cool. All right, everyone if you're and we're back and we're back. All right here, we go. So here's what I did last night. And all I worked on many crush and sort of prepping everybody with some good questions and polls and watched TV that was not the election, and then just sort of checked in every now and then to see how things were going. So here's my first question though for social studies. How about an election night distraction, everyone with some mini crush stuff. Name your favorite political movie. I did cute that was just and everyone's chain, but political movies or some of my favorite movies like the Maltese falcon. And, you know, talk about all the president's men a lot in movies like Michael Clayton. Love a good Hetty political thriller or political film Bulworth movies like that even wag the dog. I'm into it. So we're going to go over some of these. I remember really enjoying wag the dog. Yeah. I haven't seen a long time. It was fun. Matthew Hansen says a contender? Agreed great movie right off the bat. Tony bucco says all the president's men carry mcquaid says Dave I never saw that. Did you with Kevin Kline? That's the one where he's the president. Right. I think so president, Dave. Yeah. Let me see here all the president's men again from Sally McKenzie. Megan Cole says the American president, which I did not see. But that is the love story. I feel like I've asked this question before I think I might as a political thriller. So this is not necessarily that. Because certainly the American president is a romantic comedy wrapped up in politics, twelve angry men from Gracie. An does that count Gracie says sure, I think so for sure boy lot of people are saying American president. But that's a Lopez our old friend. She sent that box of food, by the way, no box of food. Yeah. There's a box of food on your desk. Chips and popcorn. Say I haven't been my dad's. I came straight ear Chuck straight year Vanessa Lopez. Thank you. Thanks lopez. Carl Gafni says thank you for smoking. Richard Stokes expected the future. Just because the Goldie Wilson thing that's a bit of a stretch, my friend well back to the future to predicted the rise of Trump. Let's not forget did it really totally man with biff is like Trump character. Okay. He doesn't really become president. But he does he does using this a spoiler for movie that came out decades ago just putting it out there using the knowledge he gleaned from that sports almanac. Bright, he L elevated himself to a position of extreme power in practically dictatorship over the weird back to the future two future world. So he was kind of a Trumpy figure in my opinion. Dude, I have not seen back to the future two and three did not impact me much. So I don't know if I've seen those movies since I came out twos. A lot of fun three. They're they're they're all fine. Three. I remember seeing three in the theaters because that had to have been like early nineties, maybe late enough eighties that I was, you know, cognizant of of movies and your essential human. Yeah. And I also remember that Pizza Hut. Had the head like sun. Glasses. You could get back to the future theme that were like crazy, you know, retro futuristic sunglasses or whatever nineteen ninety ninety. Yeah. Right on the cusp and little mermaid I wanna say was eighty nine. That's one of the first babies. I remember seeing the theater and also home alone. Yeah. I was graduating high school. Well, it was a wild time for both of us. Lincoln Megan Carol, boy, you know, what she said the drama was tense despite me knowing how it ended daily. Listen Sally field. Knock it out of the park. The acting was great for. Sure, megan. But I think I've said so on the show I thought Lincoln was a bit of snooze feel a little bad for saying that, but it was a bit of a snooze. Yeah. I mean, people seem to really dig it. I guess, you know, Daniel Day-Lewis, really embodies Lincoln. But I didn't I I never felt compelled to watch it. Yeah. Yeah. No, it's fine. But those really, hyper accurate, or whatever try to be political or or whatever historical reenactment type movies. They typically don't grab me unless there's some like fresh take on it or some weird new angle, right? Yeah. I don't know Lincoln vs vampires. That would be fine. I would go to that. They did that. Right. Abraham LINCOLN vampire did. Yeah. They kind of came and went didn't it. I think so Kirstin well says the iron lady even though I'm Canadian well Canadian, but. They're probably some England in you, if you're Canadian right or France, one would hope I don't even know what I'm talking about. I don't either hutch Allen says the I'ts of the ides of March with Clooney Gosling still haven't seen that man need to see that. Oh that bits about Cesar. It's just go call that political operatives. I wanna say, yeah. Yeah. Ed Ueno says Harrods law. A janitor becomes mayor in a tiny town desert town in Mexico quickly learns ups and downs of politics. If you don't mind Spanish dialogue with English subtitles, this is real treat. Wow. I love that. Ed. I appreciate that. I like getting a good foreign film wreck the Gooch David goot says election. Yeah. Ty school politics is true. Yeah. But it's meant to be like a like a satire, like a microcosmic view of, you know, politics at large. Yeah. That's true. I guess I'll count it using like kind of like the lens of school election. Good point. Marc Villapando says the campaign will Ferrell punching babies that was that's one of my guilty pleasures. That's a funny movie. I'll take welfare. Today people. Alison Gallagher, our old friend, Alison says argot or Lincoln. Yeah. My buddy wrote that article that argue was based on that's my claim to fame. Bob, Ron many Chuck one of many. Bob Roberts comes from Trent more Bob Roberts. Good. He said is is Bob Roberts is good. As I remember it being. Yes, Trent it was very good political satire, Bob Roberts. Yeah. Tim Robbins and others. Yeah. It's good. It's a political satire cool ultra. Yeah. You should check it out skipjack box in it too. I think let me see here. Let's go through a couple more. The east Scott Rupp's fold excellent performance by Brit Marling. Yeah. Remember marlene? She did that show. You didn't like with the dancing the show you liked it. Okay. So you didn't like the dancing the OC the ER the ER though, no way. Oh, see see a mash up of with. Now, I did like that. I just didn't like the interpretive dance. Speaking of derail is too. But right across from the hotel was thing at on Hollywood. There's this store called LA La Land. It's like just you know, trashy kitch-, you know, souvenirs but on a loop. They have that that phantom planet song the theme for the playing like California. Dude cliche. It was pretty funny. But it's funny because a lot of people probably go home and with their little imitation Academy Award. And or like that shop was the best Laura LA is large. Oh, yeah. I love it. Charlie Wilson's war from Christie Boyd. I have not seen that I need to check it out. All right. That feels good. No. Here's another good. Eric says Michael Keaton, and Jean Davidson speechless. There was about speechwriters if I'm not mistaken that sounds romantic comedy rollicking. Good time. I gotta give him credit for that for making like something that seemingly on paper would be such a snooze. Sure. Be nice delightful, romantic comedy and speechless. These people who are paid to talk or write words for people to speak this. So in love the fucking speechless titles. Titles was pretty terrible. This is the New Yorker like the producer guy that I'm channeling here, you own another good one is network that as a political sure film, just because it's all about like, you know, surrounding television news, and I don't know. I think that's a good one. You know, that's a great movie to man. Mad as hell not gonna take it anymore. Yeah. One of the classic classic classic films. A lot of people are saying the Polian dynamite. I didn't even a saw it. But not even by most people saw it at barely. Remember it? I guess it was a a no vote. Pedro. So there was place election was them. Now that political move out at all no that that was the message at the heart of that movie was not one of six it was just about being a being yourself dancing. Like, no one's looking. You know, that's what that movies about the polling dynamite. Somebody I'm so mad at you guys. So mad I like that a lot and I saw it in the theaters not knowing what to expect and I was a purely charmed by. Yeah. Yeah. I was waylaid on that. Because it. I didn't see it initially. And then it became such a big thing. It was one of those deals sometimes, you know, and something such a big thing. You're like fuck that. Yeah. I'm not gonna Beatles. No, it's good to have you back. So did you know buddy that this past weekend was our one year anniversary for the show? Happy anniversary Chuck happy anniversary. I brought this t shirt, that's very nice John Rodrick span the long winters where did that come? I got it at a at a goodwill in the heart of Hollywood. Really, really? Yeah. That was for Chandler because he produces the show. John Rodrick is on. I'm nervous with Ken Jennings and wanted to bring him a little something back. But I I got a smattering of shirts. They're all dollar. I got like west LA dialysis center shirt, which was a prime find the wwl a premier dialysis center will what what it is. That's when you say like that sounds like some sort of Russian bath house. Go onto the logic point of August. We got next Chuck. All right. We're going to. I think since we mentioned the one year anniversary. I did ask people yesterday here. The when you're interested. Let's hear what your favorite movie crush interview addition has been so far we got one hundred and four people. And I'm kind of curious, and this is not a popularity contest. Everyone say that mainly for you know, because you were a guest. So it's not like, I'm looking, you know, no, I wasn't the number one choice is that what you're signing. Preparing me reading. That's fine. Frederick gmc. Earlier says the big trouble in little China. So that was a cocaine Rian Dixon says Casey Wilson, and Eric slick I like that Brandon Syra guy. Oh, says Ross Marquette on hard love to story, the impressions in the movie discussion agreement that was a great one our buddy John Morris. Raymond car. Dax in the my favorite murder ladies in the stranger things guys know, you want to hear something that's gonna make us soups jelly. Yeah. My favorite murder is doing alive podcasts at the FOX eater on Friday night. And I am going on stage. Leto a local murder story. These in front of five thousand people at the very venue where I saw my very first concert years old. Well, pretty neat. That's pretty neat. Chuck. You don't have to rub it in my face. Like that though. Hey, you were just hobnobbing with fucking Al Gore now isn't hobnobbing I was in the crash and Smith knocking back flaming doctor pepper shot. No, he has. He has boxed water company called just water Jaden. Of course. I was knocking those back. It's not called just Jaden. Nope. That's the name of his clothing line. The water is made from Jaden Smith's tears, which is as we all know, the purest water, you really is. Let me see here the Gucci again. He said this is really hard my favorites. No order are. My Mark land on diehard Marquette. Mark wand, Raymond Aron labyrinth, Casey Wilson clue. That's very nice. Let me see here. Christine Fordham, said really difficult, but I really liked boots Riley on Mashima, even though it's a movie I had never watched. That's great Paul share in Beverly Hills cop. Chris Wimpy really enjoyed Aaron mckie on the village and the silence of the lambs special with the ladies from FM gave Davis says I can't choose. They've all just been great fun conversations about solid movies. That is really nice Gabe. Appreciate that. Really? Is. It was funny. I was when I was Kevin Pollack's house. He was talking about how he had listened to some of the mini with with the two of us. And as well. Yeah. Super finally, we don't even really have to prep or anything. We just kind of like hang out and talk about movies and read the social media studies like it's only slightly apparent that? You don't prep? Polly. That's could hear him saying that that's Celeste Edwards. Kennedy says Dak shepherd by far big shepherds fans Edward force. Glenn says shillue on like getting to know him better. He's great. And it's like saying that last name shillue lubes fun. Yeah. John mill our old friend says Griffin McElroy about groundhog day was spectacular another vote for Griffin and Aaron monkey from Caroline Gaston. Raymond car gets more love Roman Mars on jaws from Mickey McGee Morgan wheat from my favorite murder. I got some some straight up regular listeners because of those ladies my favorite murder fans who came over it didn't know what was going on going on here and said, hey, listen to the show now like on the rag, just good. It's very nice. That's what you want people same here and gave some to our old friend Janet Varney episode number one. I love it. Andrea Anderson says my favorite murder. Our buddies pointer says Aaron minke he went made me wanna watch the village getting Casey Wilson clue Tom Evans says Janet Varney again. Casey Wilson, another vote from Laura Bjorklund. Great name. Nikki. All right. Nikki gives them constructive criticism. Nikki Dennis you didn't ask. But my least favorite ones are the ones that groups of people one is great to his fine. But more than two too many in my opinion. Sorry, don't apologize. Nikki. I get it. Those those can be a little unwieldy, but there's only been like two of them. Yeah. It just depends. I mean, I guess when it's sort of more of a personal thing. Like a movie, it might be a little harder to get everyone's kind of personal perspective if everyone's talking over other. But I felt the ones that you've done have been successful considering. Yeah, that's kind of a pitfall of those types of interviews in general. But I think they're okay thought the stranger things is stranger things when was great the broken lizard, one of those guys are just so like, bombastic and all over the place. Well, we only have thirty minutes with those guys that one might have been the sort of crazy little kind of gasping for air and that. Bad on them. Hey, movie Crushers. Are you a true crime fan than you should check out hell and gone to show that I execute it produced I was very much hands off because the team over at school of humans. My old pals put this together with Catherine town, CIN private investigator who walks us through the story of cold case in Arkansas and the Ozarks from two thousand four the murder of a twenty two year old college student named Rebecca Gould, it's very sad. Catherine is actually from this town. So she brought this project to us and said, you know, this Cole cases sitting out there. I don't think they want it solved. And I think this killer is walking around this small town. And I think a lot of people know who did it. It's called Helen gone. Very unique true crime podcast in the space. We're very proud to put it out. So you can check it out every Wednesday makes for new leads knock on new doors and investigate every angle in every potential suspect. And you can listen and subscribe to Helen gone apple podcast or on the iheartradio. Oh app or wherever you listen to podcasts. Chris Bobbitt says Eric slick big lebowski is one of my favorite drummers and your joy in history for the movie was delightful, Barron holds on goodfellas. That's from Jodi nabel. It's all over the map, man. Everyone is really nice Paul Schneider. I'm back to the future. Brett Gile said that one even got a John Hodgman fan here everyone. Kevin craig. That's great John is the best. The time you disc Quentin Tarantino in front of broken lizard. Mound. Smoothie kind of. Did you say? Oh, just sort of usual Tarantino rant which is that like he's just being a little too indulgent these days and movies too long. Don't put yourself in them. Get get someone to get in there and tell you know, occasionally, he's really isn't in the last few as he he was an Django or he was in Django. He played. That's right Australia's right. That's interesting. A racist. Australian to believe yes. Of course, he was. But he got blowed up. He did get blowed up, which is kinda great fine. Was he in the one in the snow? I don't think. So I don't recall, Shirley, he'll be in the Manson one. Yeah. I am looking forward to that. One. Looks a lot of fun. Then they were they were shooting. It all over when I was really like some people that I know who had just moved there not too long ago said that it was like all over the place. That's awesome. And I said it before too like, I will still go see all the Tarantino's everyone. So, you know. Maybe I'm the chump at the end of the day. All right now, I feel like that's a pretty robust episode. So because we got to catch up and everything so let's finish with a couple of comment card questions, and we'll save some of this other goodness for subsequent shows down. Theresa baker. I'm sorry Barker scissor movie that moved you. So deeply that you couldn't get it off your mind days weeks or even months later. Yeah. Sure, there's a lot. There are a lot of movies that stay with me the first one that just popped into my head. It was a the more recent ilk, which was room I read that book and saw that movie that we kinda hung with me. And that was before even had a kid. So I imagine that would destroy me now. And actually now that I'm thinking about it. I was just thinking Larson because of room short-term twelve was another movie that really stuck with me. Great great film. If you haven't seen short-term twelve check it out and not aware. I just I think Bree Larssen is the best. She's wonderful. And I saw the first teaser trailer for captain marvel seen the looks pretty cool. Yeah. Looks red. It's gonna be awesome. Saw that. I think Halloween. Did you see how yet? Nope. Not yet. No, okay. Well, it's probably too late. Now, you wanna see it thanksgiving? I want I'm interested to see what Danny McBride. Horror movie looks like it's pretty traditional throwback slasher film. You did see it. Oh, yeah. Oh, that's right. You said he saw it and Phoenix in stream. That's right. All right. Great question, though. That was good. Let's move on to another one Robbie styles straight up fight club. If you could fight anyone from history who would it be? I would fight Donald Trump. What about you know? Gandhi. Fest fight club. Yeah. He just ripped off club. What was it? It was a ref dude fight. We're not fighters, but I feel like I get rage up enough to kick the shit outta dump? Yeah. That'd be fine. Maybe. Maybe Ted Cruz has a pretty punishable face. The most punishable face. He looks like Eddie Munster thought about that. It's the most punch though, both phase of the world. Eddie munster. Yeah. He's not punishable though. He's huckabee'll. Let me see here. Dan, Maynard says when a studio decides to green light a film, what gets taken into consideration to build the budget to the final number does the director who ever go forward with an estimate or idea. How Dan that's a great question. Well, the director doesn't budget the film. The director is told what the budget of the film is. I mean, unless it's like super-duper Indy. The director might have their their fingers in that pile a little bit more. But the line producers who sort of gets all the numbers together and probably presents the final budget to in the case of a studio. I guess just a, you know, not the studio head while maybe if it's big enough movie. But I think when it when it's a studio to these days a lot of times just a math problem like they have a it's as uncreative is sounds may know, basically how much movie will likely do. After the first couple of weeks, and that really paints a picture of how movies gonna do overall. And they say if you put this star in this movie pair them with this person as a co star. And if it's this genre of film than historically it will make this kind of money, and it really is a bit of a buzzkill for like what you feel like is the creative process budging films. The least fun part of anything really leave it to the bean counters, Jack leave it to the. Goodman, all. All right. Do one more here. Then let's get outta here that stupid HR meeting, and then we'll record some more. How about that sense? Great. This is from Kristen Glenn Kister. What movies are your holiday traditions in my house? It's the color purple while making pies for thanksgiving. I got stopped there and just say that is awesome. Such a specific tradition to make pies and watch the color purple. I love that. And then die hard and Christmas Eve just a name a couple. Well, one of the things that we do in our family is when the Christmas story a Christmas story is on the loop on TBS a lot of times. We'll just keep it on in the background and catch bits of it. When we can now that have a daughter, I'm going to start the tradition of imitators jug band Christmas. And I think they just reissued that and some sort of new soundtrack the soundtrack baby meant speaking of Christmas story, I told you that's the only way I've ever experienced that movie. I don't think I've ever seen it linearly like in the right order. I think I've just seen little snips of it too. The loop. Oh, he's getting his eyes shot out here. Wait, what does this come before? And after the bunny suit like I'm confused. And then what else like try to watch planes, trains and automobiles around thanksgiving frustrating. I feel bad for those characters nothing. Good happens to them. You know, it's an exercising. If you Tilleke. Yeah. I mean for sure, but it's such a sweet story and the sad story. Just find it very punishing not for you. Those aren't pillows. No. All right. So that's it for this week everyone. Glad you're back, buddy. We're going to record a couple of more of these in a couple of hours because we had a beef up for the holidays, bro. And. Yeah, you down, you know, I'm down check. All right. So thanks for tuning in everybody and see next Monday. Hello earth. Actually. Hello universe. Yeah. We are here to tell you that. In addition to Tuesdays and Thursdays when you can get your regular stuff. You should know. Just as you always have the last ten thousand years, a wait ten years ten years. We're now adding a whole new episode of spin off show, that's really the same show. It's just a shorter episode. It's called short stuff. Yeah. We said, hey, sometimes we have topics that maybe aren't robust enough to fill out a full forty five minutes stuff, you shouldn't have pursued. But we don't want to shortchange these topics these people, and so let's just make them short. Get over here. Short stuff and jump in our feet, right? Exactly. It's kind of like the Roper to our three's company. Yeah. Or it's kind of like after mash to mash exactly, although it's like neither one of those because those were regular links. This is shorter everybody. So you can go to apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts or just look for it in your feet every Wednesday. From your friends. Josh, Chuck, Jerry, it's stuff, you should know shorter is sometimes better.

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Zeits of the Round Table 1/27: Kobe, Chris Wallace, Google Docs, Tyler the Creator

The Daily Zeitgeist

15:33 min | 6 months ago

Zeits of the Round Table 1/27: Kobe, Chris Wallace, Google Docs, Tyler the Creator

"Everyone uses their phone differently and in different places the early risers. Use it here the night owls use it here and the never sleepers. Good luck using it here wherever you are you get more coverage with xfinity mobile because it auto connects to millions of secure WIFI hotspots and the best lt everywhere else it's wireless reimagined. Click call visit XFINITY MOBILE DOT COM restrictions apply not available in all areas requires residential postal. xfinity in an actual saving Barron and not guaranteed for mobile broadband disclosures visit xfinity DOT com slash mobile. Hello the Internet and welcome to this episode of sites of the Round Table. I'm Jackie O'Brien. That is d'artagnan. Start paying in dark start are tanking. It's it's kind of a bummer. It is seconds that day after a deaths Kobe Bryant People are people were saying to me on social media. They're looking toward the seeing being how we deal with his complicated legacy You know we will get into it a little bit more on tomorrow's show But I think so at least I can speak for myself the way I've been dealing with it as you know watching videos of him and his family and You you know videos of people reacting to his death of on field and off to quote Mayor Pete Watching highlights of his game I can't I can't really bring myself to read much about it is it's fucking I mean. Yeah there's you know there's no seen so many takes on the Internet about this. Yeah I I can all the the over arching theme for me is just such a tragic loss loss of life. I don't. It's not just limited to Kobe Bryant his daughter and there's a pilot there's other families who were going to be affected by listen ways that I hope no one would ever have to experience but as humans you know you feel like you know people. I feel like I've known Kobe. Oh be most of my life just you know like I can remember when he came into the League. I was still in high school and just being kind of blown away by him. Can you know growing up with him. Watching his game evolve and Yes so just as a as a human being. You know it's it's you. You can't help but feel that loss kind of impact you because you feel like you know these celebrities Yeah Yeah I don't WanNa fuck. It's just it's terrible. I just look at the amount I I can't even get over the ULTA belly family. A mother father Aaron daughter altogether. It's just a not not pleasant. Let's move on to other news. That is trending right. Right now Ken Starr because he had some opening remarks that he coming after himself. kind of he was basically like warning against like the abusing impeachment tool. I mean next thing you know. We're going to be gone after presidents for everything for Gorrell sex or something. What the fuck what like? Even I mean he's not the only person on the president's Defense team why. Why would he be the one that they chose to make that point right? It was weird because both people like the people who gave opening statements they SORTA dunked on themselves. Where where you have Ken Starr being like? Oh man like is this even right. Is this abusive in your like. Hold on you did the exact same thing. Are you coming after your old self here right. Not to mention gem and he can stars starring in gem an right and even think of like the shit when he was at Baylor to that when he was the president of Baylor like hiding all kinds of sexual assaults. He's had a pretty awful track record. That's what he was doing in between right. Yeah Yeah and it was just most. People were absolutely amazed at how he completely contradicted himself from. Twenty one years ago was that what nineteen ninety. Nine I'm guessing. Yeah okay. ETA swick math quick math. So yeah I think that was and then Pam Bondi goes up and talks about corruption. Meanwhile I think people there's she has like a real big ethics things hanging over her head to those almost like people being like the thing I've done I'm also GonNa talk bad about right and that's our defense. Yeah is that a good defense. I have no idea I mean I guess because most people's response is just absolute confusion lash like laughter in a confused way slash lashed sadness being like. Oh these people are just but when they're talking about how bad our defenses. They're not talking about how guilty the president and right boom seventy chess impeachment is hell. It divides the country like nothing else is what Ken Starr says. Like nothing else. Except for this president the guy. I'm pretty sure his his own like Like the ethic his own ethics lawyer at the time when he was special counsel was like resigned. Because like you're really trying to make a meal out of this thing in way that isn't as his ethics lawyer was like this. This is you abusing. The impeachment. Read the ability to impeach It's but this is where we are. Because has they have absolute their plan at this point is just to like shrug and be like not is. This is just a game especially coming off the heels of the John Bolton stuff yeah there they have compared that to it somehow. They're comparing it to the cavenaugh thing. These drips and drabs of leaks. WE'RE NOT GONNA fall for it But yeah just nothing on the substance of the of the allegations right where the evidence that the president actually did what they're accusing him of. Oh it was his S. ethics adviser. Right he was a special counsel resigned. Basically retelling star directly you have violated your obligations under the independent counsel statute and have unlawfully intruded on the power of impeachment yet. You can't write this stuff hooks folks And half of Americans say the Senate should vote to convict and remove president trump In a new Fox News poll of independence dependence tour also like are now of crossed over into the removal your category as well. Yeah so But he gets it looks worse and worse through them every day. Something comes out. Who else is trending? Chris waddle who else Chris Wallace from Fox News. We're on the subject day again. So Oh John Bolton comes out or there's a manuscript of his upcoming book out and it says directly. What the whole scheme was the president instructed me to keep freezing the aid aide until they cooperate with investigations into Democrats like the Biden's that's what he says that's what he attests to and that's what I think? They want his testimony for so this is it's so much wheel spinning on the right. Like you know they have. Senators are asking the hallway. And they're acting like this is not big news at all odds nothing. It's not everyone's saying it's nothing Chris. I Wallace of from Fox. He was like one of the few voices out here. Being like this is really big. This is really significant to have you know. A lot of people were arguing. We're hearing things from people. Who aren't I witnesses? who weren't speaking to trump directly? Now you have the National Security Advisor saying that this did happen and is willing to testify and they don't want onto and he says it looks really bad at a certain point one of the people that was Co anchoring with him started doing some talking points and he got visibly frustrated and told her to get her our facts straight and like Bret Baier had to come in and be like. Okay come on. Let's let's tone it down a bit about decorum with them. Now Yeah exactly and the whole thing was just sort of you could hear. Even how shaky in their voices were when they were trying to defend themselves to Chris. Wallace is being very blunt like no. This is this is significant and like well. No because the thing is there's nerves or find a little bit but I don't know what that means exactly because if their votes in the Senate then what's it all for. I mean always keep in mind that when they when the right accuses accuses Democrats of something a lot of the Times. It's the thing that they're most guilty of and being. A snowflake is a one of their favorite things to us You know progressive's and man they are as Dave chapelle would say brittle brittle spirits. Let's talk about Google Docs They they were down Elsewhere right yeah and some other areas we I mean we work off off of Google. Docs we everyone on. Twitter was like what the forever Google Docs. I mean it shows you like. How much like everyone on twitter uh-huh because there are so many all caps book in exclamation points? I think because Google is our Lord and Savior. We do all things through him. Yeah and that's when Shit it goes down. I in a way I was like. Damn I think it shows you. How reliant people are on Google because once that goes down there were people were like I have my job to do do right? And it's based on here. Yeah Google docs man act dependent paper. y'All yeah shit urges back like sending things back and forth over email college of wealth. Did you imagine putting our show together over email. I mean it would be nonstop people sending. I don't even think about it. That's what we you used to do with the pitch for a cracked and it was an email chain is an email Chan. Wow every week little boy yeah Let's talk about Jaden Smith Tyler that those three words are trendy. Did you watch the grammys by the way. No I was so after tyler. The Creator won a grammy for eager. Jin tweeted my boyfriend. Just WanNa Grammy. Grammy Jaden has tweeted things to this effect before Tyler and young people wou Yeah I don't I mean I I think the most interesting thing happening from Tyler Creator winning For eager was he was basically saying like this best urban contemporary album shit. He's I is the Diet n word like Ray on this like what. He's the album was not rap right. It was on some. He's like it could have been a pop album right. But there's this weird thing it's like okay. Let me see well if you're black you're probably doing. R&B Your hip hop Yup and even if you're pushing the genre outside of its boundaries from from starting in a place like that it's like the the nominating eating body is too rigid to acknowledge it for what it is and I think that was probably the the biggest point that I took home from from all that because that was a pretty good album. Who's funny in the the really good up? Justin Bieber like in the comments. After the first time that Jaden said Tyler was his boyfriend was like I thought I was your boyfriend. And the Jason's like you know that you are so jaded have many boyfriends Ray. I'm Jaden boyfriend to okay. That would be let them know if no I've Jaden and tyler together that would be a dope couple power couple pretty good album. I'd say the I have to pat myself on the back a little bit. Every every time I see articles about this they keep using the same still from video that I made with Jaden Smith like two years ago when Vanity Fair where it was this video called Jaden and Smith blows his own mind. Shit I didn't know you made. Oh Yeah I made that shit in like ten minutes when he was doing a photo cover. magazine covers shoot route. And I was like. Here's the concept and he was like this is great. This is great. He was legitimate half inbetween takes. He would be like you'll that is the most cool thing I've ever heard unbelievable. He's a really sweet guy. Yeah yeah credit to him and trying to save the world with his water The grammys in general. I only watched. I only turn it on for like ten minutes Inbetween just watching sportscenter over and over again and I caught Tyler's performance and it was pretty dope actually the The the grammys. I go back and forth like sometimes I'll see a grammy performance and I'll be like are they. This is the closest that you get to to performance art in like mainstream culture like to performance are being on one of the major networks 'cause they really like go in on the presentation tation. But then they're so whack about it. Yeah you're so like we'll frank. Ocean should've listened to us. He fucked up his performance like And like just very up there on Assad's about about the performances. It kind of annoys me every time I see them doing the most with there presentation Tyler's performance was pretty dope. Puff Daddy also said a thing at Clive Davis programming party. He got some kind of lifetime if time achievement award and was just like to be honest. the grammy's don't really know how to recognize achievements in like from black artists. Br I just don't and it was weird. It's like Oh okay. And he's like and that ends today. I guess but yeah the the sentiment remains. I mean there's so many times you like look over. How the album of the year? Nominations work and other time. You're like sometimes you CAM Selena. Was there picking. Yeah Yeah Yep I mean. The industry in general has a long history of that sort of good kid. Mad City lost to UH daft punk out for album of the year which is unbelievable. Like I don't even not just no no shade a daft punk. They did what they did but that album they made compared to get good kid mad city. What's the great album that lost to steely Dan? Oh the Marshall mathers. Wealthy Lost Dansk ask Anyway that is what is trending. Right now. 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#11 - Exposing The Nastiest People In Our Friend Group

Zane and Health: Unfiltered

42:41 min | 9 months ago

#11 - Exposing The Nastiest People In Our Friend Group

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I remember when I was like nineteen twenty years old and someone like someone I knew was twenty-seven I'd be like what the fuck there are so old like gross host gross but like old olery. It's scary it comes so fast. It comes way faster than you could ever imagine. What was I just? I just said get sucked up. was that ageism so no. It's normal so mean since we've moved out to La. We moved out at twenty one. Yeah Yeah I feel like I haven't aged since I've been here and it's the most bizarre feeling in the world feels like la La land. It's it's a dream team no pun intended. I definitely would feel more like a twenty seven year old Vauxhall airport babies we would have a house we would one hundred percent have babies by now bubba. Let's let's move back to Florida. I can get babies are all right. I went onto your famous birthdays. A profile on me Mariah did just because I was like I'd Saints Birthday. I decided to see like what famous birthdays dot com. Don't even you know what you know about this one piece of information that they added like fake news. I mean again. What does family life? It says. He was born in Miami Florida. He has a brother. In two younger sisters he began dating Stasi baby in twenty nineteen. Yes did you know that. Well I mean. I'm not surprised that it says that but I mean it's a hundred percent not true. It was never was true. But it's funny. That's on famous birthdays and baby. They got all the information all wrong. Yeah we're looking at to be to be on as you did make we did. We did have a picture of which we thought was a hilarious and then I realized it wasn't that hilarious so I deleted it later but let's take a picture where we were kissing. Because it's it's funny and we we enjoy that we thought it was funny. Break a video it out there. I love how we have a setup that we know we want to cover like and then Matt like randomly will hit us with stuff like to catch us off guard. Yeah so I gotTA keep yelling toes. You're doing good. You're very good. Thank very good. I think we're not gonNA look for somebody else's I think you're doing very good on podcast right now. Are we just going to skip over the fact that he's planning on going solo after the season is up side private conversation. No no no this. Let's break Zana. So apparently he's been in talks about starting his own. podcast leaving us. No I would never hold on. I would never leave you guys. He starts podcast with his book. Group out there. Is that what it is. What no it's my book group? Look I love how jokingly said but now it seems like it's something meanwhile we're trying to keep you on your toes since you're chatting. Keep me on my toes. Stop Pushing Buttons Zane Happy Birthday. The happy birthdays starting very negative. This what was your favorite birthday party you've ever had I don't I mean last year was pretty fun. I threw a giant. It should not have been giant either a giant party at my house. Oh yeah and it got rowdy took a second and I really just looked up to see who is in my house and there was about three hundred hundred fifty started off super chill though it was like okay. Cool playing beer. I turned around for a second. Get and there's just like food to do in this people like I had no idea they're going through all the liquor and I was like. Wow this is useful in through windows. We talk about the big guy so some guy came to the party and started acting like a doorman and saying that there was a cover charge to get into the way to the party. Charging people to get in Zane had hired security guards. You did I yes. I heard one security guard which was way too little all over my house but this one guy I told them like. Hey just just make sure that not a ton of people get in just like keep it really like minimum. I don't know just like if you get on and don't let it get out of hand and I didn't really give them any rules but like I definitely didn't Tom any. I didn't tell them that there is somebody going to be at the door. Charging people at the door with some other other guy came up with was like Yo. I'm friends with Zane. I'm handling the cover charges and he starts charging people twenty fifty dollars nine nine. This is the party you gotTA respect. Walked Away with like hundreds and hundreds of so fucking crazy but then who is stupid enough to pay that much money to get in a party like that because it didn't look good for nobody we knew so. I'm sure that they were wanting to get in. Remember the buses. That showed up shuttles arriving into my on my in my neighborhood. It looks like universal studios tape dropped off and it's like there's shows being John I'm like. What are you talking about? I who's ready for David's of law arrive and on your right. We have his birthday party. uh-huh jump on a cake or something table. You know that that turned into my thing right after that. Yeah you're like forced to do that. The shape whether or not David gives me anytime. There's a cake he's like and for some reason. There's like one of those foldable tables there but there shouldn't be so you know he put it there and for some reason it keeps getting higher and higher from where I started from the ground and then the the next one was at Jason Kessler was at the top of the fucking ladder was a fun time. What's the plan Paris town? But what's the plan for this year. I don't know I don't think I have any place you guys tell me. We last year. What else would we know? Last year we had the party David's and Oh yeah that was Jenner. Yeah even the birthday that little thing. Yeah David I mean this was the same year. It wasn't private at all. This was for David Video. I know we'll private in terms of like there. Were probably like twenty people there. Yeah so it was like it was set up. It was set up for like surprise me for a video and he surprised me with Kendall Jenner. You you WANNA mechanical chemical was operating it him off. That was really funny. That's so crazy to think about if we could tell the story but it's so funny Jaden Smith we you say oh wait music. That's so funny. They talked about it afterwards. Yeah so Jaden came up David head like a couple of months ago when you said that at that party like you're so right man I mean that was it was it was all fuck so Dayton was playing one of his songs and David was like man can we can. We changed music. This shit's really depressing. Wasn't wasn't your passing. Someone said John Funeral Music Right. Oh no his and his music is good. It's not bad it's just in the moment everybody really drunk and wanted to dance or something and not just. David had no idea that it was his song and he said it and he was just like Yay right. It is it is and then David found out afterwards and I was like Oh my God but then he came up to David actually like a few months later. Yeah you're so right at that party and I think he was just trying to kill any weirdness awkward for both. Because if I said something like that and Davidson then I just I just wouldn't want David feel weird around me next on it. You know that was just something. Just a lose lose the tension yeah alleviate. V8 alleviate. The attention is actually is. Ain't always get so close with a word I was never gonna English Tale must eliminate the tension would Karenina group chat. Ah We've never nobody's ever talked about nobody out on Nord it because I just I don't WanNa rose Karenna like is fine but I don't know if it's been talked about but we don't have to go too much into one of the members of the squad had dealt with a break in recently at their house and but they didn't steal anything and we were talking about in the group Chat and Corinthians voice note and she's like Oh that's so weird. I'm just is such a hypochondriac where I'd be worried if somebody camera like in one of the yeah. I'm surprised that you didn't voice memo that like being like a bully or anybody but it was like I go. She's on the right path about paranoia. But this is my thing. If you're going to use a word like that you better make sure it's right or or or you're GONNA get. You'RE GONNA get roasted like I would never use a big word like that unless I knew it was exactly right the way I've done this. I do a lot. Actually if I ever WANNA to use a word or if I want to try to find a better where to use I'll look it up I'll look up definitions use a word and then I'll use it ever use a word that's out of my fucking awesome awesome Harry off your dictionary dictionary. uh-huh when Y'all say some Mukalla on the dictionary over Webster's dictionary exactly Yeah Webster's Dictionary Zine six okay and let them have. It's his birthday. It's your I'm getting flustered as my Bidet. Come on now. Speaking of days I I ordered a day for pain and I it should be we. We love when we love when we don't have to use like a lot of wipes you just. I've actually never tried it so I can't really like talk shit but literally. Let's just say one time she goes. You wouldn't why you wouldn't if your hands dirty you wouldn't just wipe them off with the paper towel you would like rinse it off your hands. You'd wash your hands right and she went over NC. But you wouldn't just use it but obviously you wash your hands. Wipe Your Butt. But it's like I get it. No no I do get it I just. I think it's how you use an if you're clean about it. What about wet like baby like the wet wipes are fine? But I. I just think like the splashing. uh-huh yeah isn't that messy. I mean it also doesn't save like is like it saves what well I don't know you. You answer for me to say I don't know it's like we realize we have two different types of ways of going to the bat because isn't flushing like a ton of wives on the really really bad for what the Europeans do. Do you have a story to tell which was fucking I mean I feel like I feel. We got to remind people all the time about this. It's it's scary. It's actually pretty crazy that we have but why do people show up to people's houses. It's it's so it's not cool. Do not what do it. It's not funny it's not cute. It's not it's just something I would never do. That happened or what it did happen. We're leaving somebody in our groups. We're leaving in their place and there was like four dudes like in two cars. That came out of their car is me and carly. Were walking out to leave and immediately. They're like Joe Zane. Let me get a picture and immediately. It's dark outside. I don't know what's going on. It's four fucking dudes my size on Mike. I'm sorry dude it is. I'm sorry I can't right now I gotta go home. I'm really sorry guys. I Wa- Collie tour car quickly. I'm like yeah just go right I get in my car and we both leave and we don't. We don't take pictures in front one of like in the first place like a rule. I got home immediately. The car other ways so they didn't follow me but they went to other Ralph Okay and they got to my street and it was like a hats have been the same car but they stood right out the stood right outside my house and I went inside and I looked looked and close the door and I opened it just a little bit and there were still there. They drove to the end of the street. Turn back around my house again. That's and then they left. The streep came right back around when in front of my house again and stood there for like fifteen second surgery and I was like fuck this I was like fuck this. I like. No one's hall homeadvisor home. Todd's on Home Jason Home. I I just knew it wasn't worth it wasn't worth and I was tired and wanted to and I knew I wouldn't be able to sleep just knowing a wing. That shit was happening right outside. The house is more than just. Can we get a picture No I did I forgot to say I did tell them guys. I'm sorry Manala take pictures outside of any of our houses and I told him that and carly heard it like she told the same thing I left. I went to David's house. I picked up Dima and the hey come with me I just WanNa make sure that the closest I just want someone with me. I don't WanNa be by myself so we both come to my house. We check inside the House again just to make sure like no one's around there was no cars there and we Azra checking inside the house. I'm just like getting a really weird feeling and I was like Dima. I'm so sorry I can't be in this house and I like I I just cannot. I cannot stop thinking about the situation. Yeah I gotta see figure so. I ended up leaving my house all my way. There's I just thought it was the craziest thing that like. I'm not even I don't even feel safe enough to sleep on my house and I and I think that's the easiest thing one night. I was walking outside and It was like probably two in the morning. Yeah and it's pitch black so I'm walking and all of a sudden like the car next to me. Open up hey. Hey I jumped so quickly ten. We get a picture and I was like. I'm so sorry like you. GimMe a second first of all make you cannot sit here and wait. That's literally the scariest fuck like it's two o'clock in the money you're ready for bed right and then all of a sudden just somebody jumps out. Can I get a picture of a man. It's scary and you know what I I feel like. We handled it pretty well too. Because I've seen other people like people like videos of other other influences other whatever when there's videos have done like being scared or being in a situation like that they don't handle it very well talk of John Cena telling Are Remember Johnson a very nice guy he he explained to this grown man asking me to take video and I'll say yes but don't be sneaking videos while I'm shopping talking and then the guy was like I need a picture and the guy behind the camera I want famous. I'm famous. I know this person he goes. I don't care who you know. This is very inappropriate telling a grown man that it's inappropriate like any still still filming the whole thing like I don't feel comfortable taking a picture and the guy was following him. I feel like there's a lot of people that that side with the Paparazzi. That's like ooh No. This is their job. This is part of the No. It's not part of the job. It's never part of the job search site. Someone's House and wait for them to walk outside. It's never part of the job for them to feel like they're violated when they're I'm just trying to shop and they're just trying to avoid isn't it's not. Is it chase Crawford from gossip always now. It looks so Mahal holders. I today very love seeing that video. It's like he was so sweet. taught me when I show up at like my family reunion for the day. I'm not taking any pictures I just wanted to go and we. We're like out the mall just public places that we love it. It's always it's always such a good time meeting people and protect yourself self and ourselves. I WanNa talk about this. David won the people's sexiest. How the fuck did he win the underdog when you know when he's got something about him good on him though that he won the whoops whoops Oh oh she's just ruined the entire circuit guys? We have some news. Matthew King sharded his pants accident in. You know what I I felt like. This is worthy little wire. I don't even WanNa Watch the blog. been too scared to watch them because I was just like. I didn't realize I was going to be making the thumbnail told our people are going to be a little sub story but that your disgust comments bashing rushing me. I'm too scared. Oh Oh oh yeah dude you're fucking cancelled what because like how can map put a shorted underwear in the bathroom. Nowhere else to put it. Well you bag bag it up and you throw it out in the big black guards bags he see when I pissed my pants at least at least soaked in my pants. I didn't get it on anything. You know what I mean. You Got it all on a sofa. Cow Check the SOFA. It was not there anymore it was like dried up. You know okay. Sure you didn't think that somebody he would see the boxers in the that they were there. I like moved on with my day. I thought I was going to go back and get them out of the trash can and like you know what this is. He's GonNa pick it back up. I was GONNA ask GonNa take the bag out of the trash can and tie it up and throw it out but the thing is now that my underwear was off. I was naked and so I had to just put a towel on. You've shotted upshot. I've I've definitely short shit sorted. I've actually started like or not sharded. Yeah no shot. The first time was when I was really really sick. I don't know how I got so sick where it would just come out of me on on a without without a warning I'll be I'll just be watching TV. And it would just come out what I was so sick where yeah I don't know I mean I D is no have. Have you guys ever heard of somebody. So say that's wild not just not to sitting there and it just comes out like yeah I was. I was really sick that week. Was it situation. That was sky. Gosh his pants and then got into an Uber. Blacked out we were like at some bar on Hollywood and and I remember he was good and then we get outside and he like is leaning up and I'm like Yo he's playing. There's no way out of nowhere. Just shuts shuts off. Oh no on the ground and the Uber comes like getting into the Uber. And we're picking them up on like sky you good and like it. He had like a stink too. I'm like Nah. Nah Do that. Part of that. Whole story was Tom Tom Horlock was in the seat next to a small is going around. Tell him he said that he just looks at Scott and goes cheese. uh-huh did you. May You yourself if my I thought that was the funniest thing because you have to have a lot of balls to even like really just accuse somebody of that you know also also like that's undeniable when you're sitting next to somebody that shot their pants like it's very obvious. Yeah it is okay. Can we move awed guys a little much now. Speaking skidmarks plane skidding off Matt. Nagy you guys all know how much I hate flying the plane accidents and like just anything that has to do with planes going down or something going wrong if freaks me out so we're in. The living room is on his laptop and he just goes. Oh God Zane he goes. I don't know if I want to say there's some what tell me he's like has to do with the plane. I was like oh I don't want to know I don't want to just pretend pretend you never even brought it up and I was just like you know what. Let me let me on the plane. I'm like I have to warn he's GonNa say no and the moment will pass and he will say show. It's a video. We'll play right here because we have the video it's a video of it was like a blizzard outside it was completely wight in Chicago where we go all the time to which is even Stereo O'hare So happens I can't tell if the plane is trying to take off off or it I think it was. I think it was landing and then coming to a stop. You're right so like you know when you're trying to hit the breaks in your car and you just start sliding and then I think it just started. It just went off. The is someone's filming decide passenger window. Yeah and you're seeing like the side. Yeah and then it just skids in. The plane does a total. ooh like ninety degrees her. In the next thing you know the wing is in the ground wing is in the ground. I would be scared. That like the wing would hit and then hit the the engine. The engine could Explo- that's scary. And then it was like a thirty passenger plane so it was kind of a smaller. Oh really yeah because I thought it was weird in the video like the play. The wing seemed shorter than a normal wing. Would one of those smaller planes probably coming. The Guy told me it's almost like he kinda knew something bad was about to happen or you know we're compiling may have pilot may have even made an announcement saying hey guys. It's going to be a rough landing like marco loving optimistic thinking that he is an optimist. Yeah it is crazy thinking that pilots. Let's go through training. Where like if they know? The plane's going down like Shit's GonNa hit the fan and people are going to die. These still have to talk like nothing is going to happen you will you got. I think there's going to be mass. Just panic and chaos going on. I know. Of course I'm thinking if I were God and another another planet a whole another round but me as the pilot I had to keep my cool. That would already tough. Yeah it'd be really tough to like hi guys we. We are quite uh-huh it'd be looking to the other pilot like can you please. We're not gonNA let me they. Do you remember the video sent you. There was a kid. He was like just recording and he wasn't recording like something about how he was just recording on. Oh jet went down on the plane and people were screaming. Things came out. Oh a lot of ships down and it freaked me out. I ended up to Al Qaeda and he couldn't see because he doesn't follow me but I I just want to know what happened but and then we ended up looking up and it was like the something happened. Where the engine builders? Oh right right right. Oh my God it's crazy as as you know. Most planes go down is night was a ninety. Five percent is pilot error really. Oh No I know it is look it off right now. Probably listening to this podcast on a plane like Shit. Oh my God. I'm so sorry you're on the plane right now the airline. I don't know if you guys have seen it or not but instagram has been hiding legs. I know your phone and Matt. It's a fall just started today but mine mine mine still has the number interesting insane has when he looks at my profile. A Picture Romy says like this person and thousands of others liked it but it doesn't say that on ZAN's profile others. How do you how do you guys feel about? I thought just make any Internet a more safer and comfortable place to be because you're not confined with this insecurity of having likes to try and that likes. Don't make you better better than somebody else. Quantifies you're like self worth your popularity exactly you it in so it's making people one not really post on instagram. Because they're worried I would like will. I don't WanNa post this picture because it might not get that many likes. It feels good like you posted something. Somebody liked it. I get what they're trying to do but I think they're asking it as that but they're real intentions are to control advertising and making themselves make more money How to play for them? How how would that control advertising? It's a way of brands being like. Okay well this we want to advertise. It's on instagram. So they have to go directly towards instagram instead of going instead of going to an influence her. Do you think that brands are more inclined to go to instagram. Because they don't they came and see our like our engaged right right. They're like. Oh well we gotta go straight to answer game because they will give us an analytics because around. We can't see it on these guys. It just makes it. I mean that's silly for even doc. If that's the case the youth kids they even even myself. I see something that has more likes. I'm like this one's probably better. Yeah you know what I mean. Yeah I mean the same thing with Youtube you see something has more views like you Wanna learn something. Oh I wanna how do I fix a drier. You're going to click the one that has the most views because because it's it's it's good to see something I mean. I personally see something that has more like. Well I want to be better I want to do what can I do to be be better. Yeah right and then like yeah. Competition is good and you should. You should idolize. There should be something to look up to correct Matlin saying this which I find really interesting. That was saying that the fact that we can't see likes anymore we're more inclined to post more because now we you know we're not worried about. All of this picture is not doing well. Doesn't look like people really like right host but if you're just posting you can't really see the numbers anymore then it's like whatever I want that if they're worried about that Oh people self esteem all self esteem. Why aren't they getting rid of comments? Exact Yuck to host the word you're taking away the one thing that says. Hey you're doing good. I like this something positive live. The life is little. They're just numbers. Yes it's still there but the comments are what affect me like something bad like that. ooh that hurts when somebody can say something negative. But if they're going to do something to make people not feel bad I feel like comments would be the one thing to block. Can you still see who like if I go on your life and I clicked likes. Can I see who liked it. Yeah I think so okay so literally. The only thing that's hidden is the number correct okay. Because I was I'm GonNa say like I would like to see who my stop because I think that's important like look to see certain people off like all like all of you can still see that then. I guess it's not that big of a deal theon like I get it. I don't want kids to feel bad and feel like they need to be something and change who they are in order to get more likes to be more for you know. Yeah I wonder then. It must have been working in Australia when they started it for them to carry it on through for the rest of the instagram. No more big decisions because we don't want to ruin a person it really is. INSTAGRAM is a perfect. They know fixing fixing because the more so that you do to an APP that's when it starts jogging and people don't really care for it anymore. I'm like he speaking to hide him. Where the fuck were hiding today? When you're supposed to the guys we apologize for being our late to the podcast today but we're on our way reason there's a there's a a good excuse so matt and I were on our way and David just pulls up to my car and goes well? This was a prank on mass. So I knew about this but he pulls up to the house and he just gets. It's into the car when we're about to leave for for your house. And he goes he kinda show you something real quick guys. I'm like yeah sure we just gotTa get going. So he's in there and then all of a sudden it's like you just because I got a phone with anyways and I'm sitting there like David Notley believed that right. Leave it but in my head I go man. This is a bold decision on David to come out here to Puerto Ranch and then we're gonNA thing after this after our podcast and he's going to sit around here like it didn't make sense. He was like no just Dr. Let's go very convincing. Exactly that was like okay. Come on I already know what's about to happen so we leave. We may get hurt and it's right there out a bowl it just on the old man. Sidewalk is still is just sitting there. It has this bowl on the ground in squatted over it. It has his hands full and I am either go. What looks like that guy caught something so I immediately stopped so I like I like because I would have never stopped because greg dot crazy but I take on God? This is happening way too soon as soon as you get into the. What's that how weird? That's exactly what happened so I felt really weird about it so we stop and I was like. Oh what's that guy up to this mattress. That's why no guys yes. That sounds goes like this is perfect. This guy caught something woods underneath. I reacted the way I would've reacted because the guy like started. He looked like he was having a heart attack. The way it's caught caught off guard by us and then falls backwards into the bushes and I was like. Oh my God this poor man I made. It seem like he was having a heart so I was like. Oh My Z.. Okay and I get out of my car because that's the only only reason why I felt like somebody was danger. So I get on my shirt are you okay. I Have A. I caught it. My parakeet parakeets China escape it under a bowl he goes a pet. Parakeet is under this bowl. I caught it. He got out in. I need you to like grab him. Okay like Ah when I opened up the poll. I need you to put your hands under real fast in grab him. And I'm like okay like game on and I was like David Spillman. I'm like I can't believe this is going to beyond this. Is your chance to shine his baby. And he's like okay. Are you ready. I'm like Yes yes. I'm ready. And he cracks open the bowl and I'm like leaning down. I'm trying to take a peek into the ball back and there's just a pile of dog shows go what and I thought he was. Just a random neighbor played. David has caught. This neighbor insured up. I'm like wait. Did you guys set this up. And you didn't like go. Usually the joke okay to like make them like greeting and grab without looking first. They dislike asking him though so like I saw like not working because it was really coming using really calming or you need to grab the bird. Now you gotTa make it look legit gotta make it really urgent like you seem like that bird was a break and fly out super quick. Who was this guy? Dr Larry convincing convince them for a second so yeah he saw the shit and immediately. David was like fuck because apparently David tried to do this already to like other people and it just didn't work lead that it was real dog. Shit Natalie baggage and I was go. Wait where's the real she goes got Taylor went to the dog park and picked up a whole bunch of all my tell her. Go into the CAROLERS carolers sweetie. I'm so sorry. They were imagine her resumes. Just like picked up a lot of dog shit from the you know what. Maybe it isn't real dog shit. Do you think Natalie was long. It was not one hundred percent was real doctor. You can smell the shit. What do you think if I did touch it? Where would I washed my hands? Well I told them to make sure to have water soap and the topic that we had to leave straight to heat southbound. I know I didn't talk shit smell and my car for another forty five minutes they. I almost touch dog poop on the way here. We've all talked even depressing late. Do you remember the girl in zoot. We've got up what he does raise. All these people are watching this girl and this girl he he knew what he was doing this girl just sitting there looking at the people and he turns around he shifts and and Rosa in the Athol people smart. They know what they're doing now. I just thought that was like the funniest thing ever do. You ever see the video of the Monkey slob flop in the lion. Oh yeah right on top of the head. It's it's the cutest Shit I've ever seen. I love monkey videos Mariah Mariah. were making some tick tock night we can't we cannot get over. We Love cder you guys are obsessing Europe says to I had one popped off. They did not let it flop. I tell you your last words last tonight I'm GONNA wake up. It's going to be a million. What is it what is it now you want me to check you? Ok clogging we really Out here running this talk show. Try Me talk please. Don't let this flip flop here. We go said two point. Four million congrats. Thank you thank you. I knew you were going on for you. I tell you this. Yesterday it was bad. y'All notice I'm popping off the he he usually when I'm on talk. I just want to bring my dancing skill somewhere i. It's a platform that I can do that. Now now it might not be the best. He's expressed himself. I am expressing myself on there. I am having fun. I do feel like a little kid. I feel like a little kid on the crazy condom. It I was I was I was mocking one of the comments that you have to go that it looks like a pop took over the cancer but she. She knows she's not to go that hard so funny she goes so hard. I Love Heath but this is not very good. Oh you know you're a good dancer right. Don't let those. Maybe don't let those those haters. I don't see a lot of nasty stuff for my page comments. No you get really Rosler. I've seen it. I look I get bad comments with just myself but when it's heath tonight I wonder why I had friends send me all sticks in front of you guys and she didn't even know that you guys she was like we have to learn this dance and I said Whoa we're picture you guys. I'm with them right now. She's like wait. What the Hell it's really funny? It's really funny guys. I think that concludes our podcast. Once again if you guys like the Merchant Wanna go ahead and get. Some of the new cute shirts hoodies. We got coffee mugs again phone cases if you want to get those. It's going to be on fan joy dot com slash Zane. Heath is the best merchant game. We're going to be so happy when it's actually like the software should have everyone everyone. Yeah I really I just love the detailing that we do. You know it's really it's it's ours. It's our logo is it's really. We bought it. I bought it other other issues once again. Thank you guys for leaving the comments on the PODCAST APP reviewing it. 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Celebrate Good Times with a Little YES! (Stan Lee, Homecoming, Shanice, Ace of Base, Emojis, Tony Robbins, Sam Esmail, Jaden Smith, Neo Nazis)

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Celebrate Good Times with a Little YES! (Stan Lee, Homecoming, Shanice, Ace of Base, Emojis, Tony Robbins, Sam Esmail, Jaden Smith, Neo Nazis)

"Welcome to minority coroner with an and James, the wonder twins Apolo casting. Learn laugh play. It's like blues. Clues only. It's more black queer and lady lies. Quarter. I just laughing. So, but you've got to take away. What are we talking about? That's so funny. What are we what are we not talking about this week? We got so much. Well, you know, what I want to honor? And celebrate a man that I think is how to great effect on many people's lives. And I want to celebrate Stanley. And the work of diversity is Donald impact that he is dying in his life. Yeah. I agree. Thank you Stanley. I'm ready to celebrate that and then just going to give a little point towards the creation of Sam s mail because he doesn't good casting. Anything think we need to look at that? I would love to give that I want to give that a look Lou with you also there is so much. We have on my gosh bonanza, the state of the world. What is happening? I've got some bombshell news for you about nineties pop group. I'm ready to hear about that. Bombshell news aren't. In life. Bays inlets. If you're in New York City, you might be seen face around town. And we'll tell you how and this new emojis that mean is about apple I'm side. I n you about your methods. She coming for you. And I went to a conference, and they can't tell you all about lid was ranked. But I'm gonna take all about that. And also we have a Nazis up, and comeback and Jaden Smith has a new boyfriend more is Jada Smith a bad boyfriend. Oh, yes. Well, that is the budget. Well, let's get into it. And to Scott, let's go. Our McGill express. Look at you coming in laughing all. You were to you just took a breath. Well, long giggle. Express Friday, or whatever they are listening to who knows when the window twins are are we are in full Asian mode. We got our yes where even taking on a new name kwanza twins because. And it's right around the corner. You get ready quantity is coming up. Again. I is horrid party girl voice that you haven't known what's going on nothing. Nothing like booze related Iran's. You. I I went to a four day. I lost my voice at the four day. I a Tony Robbins four day unleash the power, then gone friends. He likes to scream doesn't he? A documentary on him screaming the whole time. That's you at least you're our street wondering why? Yeah. But you know, I gotta say I, you know, the guy's been in the industry for thirty or forty years. They feel like if you've been in that game that long, but you're doing of the right, and the coaches like he's Serena Williams, Bill Clinton key all like, so many people in the industry, and he's got like he gives so much energy. The man is a freak of nature is a machine like his on stage for like thirteen fourteen hours. Doesn't pee doesn't e- shrink anything. But he might find his body to be able to give and like he's there the first and the third prize. Your body. I get you into this yet mental state, and essentially like you walk on fire maybe seen Oprah do it on the like seat that incorrectly because see ran across in. That's dangerous. Yeah. Like fallen God you're supposed to walk across. But you do all these exercises. And it's like, I mean, you just feel so pumped and energize and really to give the tools to tackle your own fears and realize the biggest person that's ever been chaining in your way yourself and fifty hours of that. But I will say he's there the first day in the third day. He's not the second day is not there because he's he's primates fuse accidentally while. He fused his voice nickel cords to his body on like. Yeah. Like doctors like, we don't know. We don't know how you should it be allowed to talk anymore. Freak of nature of the reason why he's six foot seven is because he had a tumor in the back of his head and it forced them to grow. The way. Wow. This is an experience an arena an arena of twelve thousand people at the prudential center. And it's just like what a beautiful space. Everybody's just they're like to elevate their energy towards positive and love and doing their bass like it's such an empowering to be around. And he wasn't there. The second day the third day. He's there, and you can feel a wave of difference the moment that man stepped on the stage you've felt this like energy like just like emanate from him how high and it's been atas. So I have no voice highly recommend if I you're looking to just take your life to the next level to feel better about yourself. Give yourself direction to realize that you're unstoppable beast, and you can walk on fire with a little bit heard that he went he came under some tiny slight issue during me to a little bit. Because he yeah. Yeah. Did you hear about that? Did you just did? You know, he did it because he's too busy doing his conference and things like that. I mean, there's sometimes like listen lake. There's times like any lecture. I listened to Marianne Williamson. Sometimes she says things, and I'm like, okay. You know, like sometimes people say things, and I I I sometimes like sometimes have to put my pitchfork down a bay like he absolutely re like, he absolutely his cO the guy who steps in for him. He's a black guy. Who's like? So it was really nice to see this other plaque iced up on the stage. Who's like his sort of second in command. Well, you know, I just felt like, you know, sure listening you we just want to put it out there cover all the bases. Sure. Yeah. Again, like, there's someone who probably I know. I like I've said things on this podcast that people are like Boola guy. It's you know, and you can attest to this. It is hard when not that were in like the limelight. But when you've got a recording mechanism like it's hard. You're kind of talking of the cost or. And sometime in in. So I think you know, people's sometimes have the ability. Yes, space about a process their thoughts and things have taken out of context. I think the thing that we at least I I can't speak for anybody else except for us and basically myself, but since I know you pretty well. I do feel like we at least if somebody calls us on. It will be like, oh, let's investigate it, which I think is the important thing. Yes. The way that most everybody needs to look at it. It's like, yeah. We're all gonna say bullshit from time to time laying. I've said some horrible things probably and we'll maybe. No. That's not true. We still. The kids playing that it'll be on all the all the magazine covers of the store feed on my new one corner. But the thing is like, I if somebody calls me out, I'm definitely investigated. Yes. Yeah. So I'm glad that you feel empowered. Are you lost your voice? And it's a good reason. I literally I've noticed like a subtle. So to change one thing we talked about in the conferences, you know, if you if you just one degree every day, not so go and say, I'm gonna make this huge fucking change. I'm going to be this whole new person. But you just take like one step every day, you take one degree of change every day within three hundred sixty five days. You've now rotated a full like your the idea just taking it bit by so like three hundred and it makes sense. Yeah. That makes sense. It's just like step by step taking like you're not going to deal marathon right in fifteen minutes. Yeah. But I have like they give you differently techniques and things to us. Also. It's like, oh like how and different like I urge stretches that you should be doing like every two hours just like all kinds of us. And like I feel like my barriers of myself. Like, I think we subconsciously so many of us have these especially if we're on the fringe or emerging allies of those things that have held us back. Either things in the past or things that people have said, or you know, I'm black, and I can't do this or I'm gay, and I can't do this where I'm a woman, and I can't you this, and we have those embedded within us and so much. Tony dies is like he you up and down jumping up and down and doing these different like things because it gets into your nervous system. It's your physiology. And so then you have is chained to change your state, change your mind changer physiology. So if you change your body lake interrupt that pattern of thought if you're having these negative thoughts ju it's so much over the course of fifty fifty hours that now when I've been having these sort of like negative thoughts or judgmental thoughts or I'm not enough thoughts. I've been able to either laugh it off or do my move like it's been the subtle shift or change that those same things. I don't feel. I have the same power over me. So that's my page. Drink the Kool aid if you want. But you know, so you so many high fives or hugging people your high five people all the time. And there's this one point where they're talking about like doing a detox, and they're like you can buy like some of it. I will if you go thirty percent of it is absolutely. They're selling different products in different classes because it's a business coaching. And that's what it is full disclosure, and my friend, I'm with he's like, I'm going to buy that detox. And I'm like, so you're literally going to drink the Kool aid literally going to drink. It. Let you James. He I just like. No, no, this is why we can exist as friends because we meet each other half way. I'm the super cynical lane. All that stuff. But I will listen to it. And I will understand that. I understand that. And then you're like, yeah. I love you know, some self help I understand it in riches my life. But then you're like, but I'm not gonna bite on detox. I feel like we're able to meet each other each other the middle I already and it don't cost me. No, like detox or whatever. But I got. Full certain people need different things at different times. I'm not mad at it. And I think that getting like he's been in the industry for like forty plus years, and if you're a fraud or Charlotte, and we just don't last that long and like the impact he's made on people. So that one that you listen to or they were like rub your nipples. That was like, ooh. This is the call. And so I I watched re Lear Rodney's, Scientology documentaries. Coming at you. I ready for Scientologists. I have my coal antennas up. I don't worry every moment is I do little check. And I'm like is this a call? Okay. No. No, okay. We're good. Like, I would just check with my son. I heard check. But I highly recommend it's dope ass conference. I just you know, taking care of taking care of yourself in not mean news, and I guy. Yeah. There's all kinds of pop cultural stuff that I wanna take your temperature on. Yeah. I'm looking at our list, huge less and. Shani's? I like your style. Why are you thinking about her? I was yes. Yes. Yes. Wait. There are quite a number white people that listen to this. Don't those son nieces, I'm pretty sure they know who Chinese says oh Kami out Twitter. Yeah. How come for? The song that she's saying that she may have just named. I know all the black people away. No, I like I like all the blacks are going. Do do do do. I was just I was listening to my all out nineties playlist and that came on. And that was like shoddy where is she? She was that you never like every once in a while these one these little little she. Yeah. Guess she was the one who wonder about this little I didn't want to name it yet. But like at the time like she's the new she's the one and then. Was I believe it or not she dated Eddie Winslow on episode of family matters. Like, she was the upper house, and she guest starred she did like sonny's. So I just was wondering I'd have time to Google. Where sunny, so those of you who are Twitter tweeting, an you can maybe like link article of where she is. Oh, you didn't even research this. Yeah. I just I just literally question. I just asked he questions that. I wrote it down no-show outline if I had a chance, oh, you're waiting for the results number one on the layers. I thought you had a full expose. I love that. You know? Literally going to be asking me. No. She is. No, all right next point. I you. Actually, I so bad that you Pete into the show knows why was writing this like Vic firm day. So you think you'll never think of ace obeys the same? Again, these came onto me back to back because they all may same all at nineties playlist listening to. So this is where the research this Winston is this, okay? I'm hit or miss was my research. Listen, I don't have a master's degree in my research. I'm not I know where my sort. Real question below subject. It's a paper this articles with this pose questions, and the think piece that was just my little piece. I want you to think that that's just a question. Good. So you think you a yes, you will never listen as base of the same again, one of the founding members was a Neo Nazi? I know. I heard this a while back, and this is terrible. And it probably explains the state of our country. Yeah. I still listen to as a pace this, you know, I heard heard about this out of party. And I kinda shrug it off. Because I was like ignorance is bliss, but it was haunting me every time. I hear their music. I can't hunt. And like the music burns, my my body and my ears, I research and. Yeah. One of the founding members who've Ekberg was in a band called commit suicide and. Well, yeah, they like Neo Nazi band had is if I can find some of the they had all kinds of horrible like lyrics just about like men in Hoy and lynching people. Thanks ace of base. This is. I don't know. This is before this is before four. Yeah. You go from that to like sign is looking for a job and they hired him. Because of his lyrics were looking for. Men in white hoods marched down the road. We enjoy ourselves when we're swaggering off niggers heads immigrants. Oh. Our how out Nordic people wakes Larry. Shoot shoot. Yeah. So now, this is just bad writing. All right. And it's still now not for sure if the other members are as a base. No, if if they knew of his Neo Nazi pass. But I mean now do and I think they've yet. I know that's true. But so just think about you'll never listen to their music ever. Again. I may have ruined it for you. But knowledge is I mean, I was I was at your stage before where I just heard it like passing. And then now that you've actually read the lyrics sucks though, James because this was literally one of the first time. I know I I hate dates me. Right. It's his. But yeah, I just you know, I know that you love information. You loves them faces. You know, we're pacman. Well, so there's that. Don't tell me anything about real McCoy. Oh my gosh. Let me tell you about them. They had to black made as in it. I love me some real McCoy. Like that was my jam that is my sheds. Don't you dare ruin real McCoy from me? I wouldn't even wanna ruin it for myself. So there's that. So we were texting earlier texting up a storm, and we discovered that apple is fucking shady as hell, yes. Because they don't roll out the upgrades all at the same time. I think we discovered that they roll out the out upgrades to like I like to high priority is the highest number. And then it trickles down. Yeah. Which is so rude. Sending mail emojis. And it's just question Mark boxes. And I'm like what she's more creative than that. If I know mine Anak gay. She's not decided me question. My question, Mark. And then I'm like, wait a minute. It's me my phone is behind. I just updated it and every time there's a new emoji update tonight. It will spend I'm not gonna say how much time because our bosses might be listening. We might spend some time going over the newly racers research. So we could see people that's fucked up your what is the trickle down up neck dubbed it. Yeah. Which actually sounds kind of backwards trickled down upgrade? But it's still it's fucked up. Fuck you apple what's up with that? I don't like that everybody emojis for all I'm saying. Yeah. And you know, what if you wanna make it, right? You can give me an upgrade to that act. So I can bend the Alitas track. I haven't met amount of we'll get you with top don't even care and Grammy. My with my emojis, good luck. You know for my own bootstraps. Good luck. You know that it's just be here right now. I know where I came. I don't remember I came from humble beginnings. God there's two things Nazis because we've already talked about them. Yes. Neo Nazi points. I would like to make on this podcast. Right. They are sadly coming into trend. Like, they have a new channel that they're they just created that have a TV channel. It's like I forget, they're like you watch Greenland you wash enough YouTube, it's on YouTube. It's because they've all been kicked off of like Twitter, sir, forming their own network, they think like see Bannon's like leading it. But then there's the not the Bara boo high school in quotas. It wisconsin. Oh, yes. That picture. I've costs nineteen they did as their all these dudes to a Nazi Nazi salutes, except there was a few that didn't in one of them wise. I looking for his name. But it was this young gay kid this young gay high schooler, and he was like that didn't go is my values, and he's like these guys names. He's like the he's like I wasn't going to Slough. It didn't go to my values. He's there is parents like yelling like stop doing that nauseous Lou. And then some of the. Can you imagine having to be a parent to say something like that? Like what the fuck what? And this is the thing. Right. Just like we don't teach our I feel I feel bad for these kids because they're not learning their history because if they really really knew the deep history of that, they wouldn't do it. And so we're failing these kids, and they're going to look back at this and be like damn that was a fucked up moment of my we are failing or our youth by not teaching our history. Couple of points. Yeah. I point do they not fucking realize that half of their grandparents. Fuck it or great grandparents at this point. I don't know how old they are fight against Nazi's. Yeah. Like, you're like literally everybody has somebody related that to were involved in it. And if you're American have been here for a couple of generations, then you fuck and had somebody that fought against Nazis you dumb shit. Yup. Two. I'm citing all the people including that one guy. Who's now on his high horse talking about how he didn't do the salute. This picture came out months ago. No-one said shit no-one said boo until this picture came out lake if I was a part of a photo where all my girlfriends started doing a Nasi salute. And then posted it on social media, then I would be like, hey, I'm going to spread this around. Look at this dumb shit. I'm gonna like renounce it like can I jump, but like a lot of people. I just want to jump. So the kid Jordan blue who is like one of the only gay kids on his high school. It's like a high. It's a tradition all the kids of the graduating class all the boys come together. And they take this photo. Yeah. And so you can see them in the photo. He's not and he actually talks about how the kids bully him. So I don't think that he's actually was really in a place. Yeah. Yeah. It was the one sort of one gay kid who who stood I thought it was just like a group of kids. Go out prom, totally took the picture, then I would be like. Every but yeah, if it's everybody at the high school and he's bullied than all, right? I get that. Although young black kids and even tweeted like, we even the black kid to do it. But you know, what that's hard? When you're the only is hard to be the only, you know what I will never look at someone who's the only because. That's hard. Your do all of that. Of things just like what I will look at whoever are all those idiots who did it together. Guys. Oh in the head. Yeah. So it gets worse. So what else are not to today? So then I came across other article that there is a horrific new video game where it's like breaks your heart where you win by shooting algebris TQ people in a nightclub. What is fuck is that nasty shit? Yeah. This asshole Christopher Cantwell who is a vowed white supremacist Neo Nazi? He became the laughing stock of the internet win on YouTube video surface of him breaking down in tears when he got served with an arrest warrant for inciting violence, and Charlottesville. Gee, I remember this guy. Yeah. So it's fucking ridiculous. It's essentially a video game where people break into what they call the LGBTQ agenda H two, and you shoot gay and transgender people and gay marriage. Space is to portray sexual predators. And there's a poster outside that says children, welcome. So fuck that guy. I am so done with this. Hey, I'm so done with this. Hey, I'm so done with it. I it's like. I I mean, obviously, we're I'm preaching to the choir right, now if you're listening to this podcast, then near. Not a hateful person. But. James? I just have like such a hard time with it. Yeah. No. Where does that? Like, I mean, it's I mean, I think that there's a so much fear inside of these people. There's so much fear. And so in some ways, like, I know like, my heart just goes out, and like, you know, for me, not to get on, my spiritual side, but part of my meditation practices like to envision lights coming in to me and going out into the world and pushing that out there, and I I think it's nice. It's our love Haas to conquer over that fear. And I think it's also partly in the work that we do why believe in us as storytellers is to go out there and towel stories and all the different ways that you have stories from movies to podcast to feed her to comics who all these sort of things because really good stories they help to then create empathy, and then people can kind of understand and see like. Oh, my fear. Oh, this is bullshit me being fearful this other person. And I think it is. I think I think we're living in the effects that storytelling has had. I've said this before. But I think glee is part of the reason why gay marriage pass because you're able to sort of see these stories young, you know, gay kids and their families and how they process it. And then people start it starts to be less scary in that sense. Right. Can you get arrested for creating a video game? Like that. Or is that crease speech? That's a great question. I think it might be underneath freedom of speech, and you might ladies on the view sunny, Houston, Howson, she's a lawyer, and she often talks about and cheese. Let me some sign view view. Of course. I mean, she's Puerto Rican. Woman here born and raised here in New York lawyer, and she and her husband is like, you know, I his only from Haiti mainly so even she would denounce something like this. But even she says, you know, when we start limiting speech. It gets tricky. Like, you say you wanna keep an allow the most hateful of hate speech is because of you start limiting on one direction the potential that limit on the other. So we just keep you know, snuffing out there stupid nece and just keep doing what it is that we're doing, and I mainly just the thing that put out there. Like, hey, this fucked up thing is happening. And if you're like nephew or like, you know, someone is playing this game. You should keep an eye out with kids kids are doing. Can we look at one look at their phones every once in a while? Yes. Look at what your kids are doing on that phone. I can't even Lord. They don't get no privacy when they're under your roof. No. That is true. What is going on in this door behind this door? There was no privacy underneath the roof. And I know I got no fucker privacy. And you know, what I'm happy at me away. From some crazy shares though behind closed doors, my preview Besson out of less than my again itself into some trouble curious curiosity, and you know, what happened to that cat Watson. Yeah. Nazis got that damn cat. Curious do carriers last thing that just blew? So I wasn't even meet like this hit me. I let me walk you through how I found out about this. So first of all, I don't even know what it is. First of all, I see this like article on quality, and it's just like Jaden Smith announces about his new celebrity boyfriend. And I was like, whoa. Oh, yeah. Yeah. And you're like. And you're like boa. So then I click it and then Jaden Smith out of his concert, which also I'm still like Bo what Jaden Smith as concerts and is doing music. Yeah. He's like a vague bradfor- singer. I dunno. It's okay. So I have so many kids, and then also I click on it, and like belie-, he has nineties blond hair. Like, you know, when we die I guilty. He's dying. Yeah. He looks like a young ninety Cisco. He said, and I quote listens him on sage as I just wanna say tie. The creator is the best friend in the whole world, and let them so fucking much and Tyler doesn't want to say this. But Tyler is my mother fucking boyfriend, and he's motherfucking boy from my whole, my mother fucking boy from my whole life Tyler creators fucking boyfriend. It's true my home life. Yeah. And then he then what then put it. And then he put a tweet something that effective. Just like see you can't deny it now. And then the second article of rude will then the next article I read was like he sends us deleted that tweet. And we're not sure if they're really dating or not. Okay. Lot of things to. I. First and foremost tie. Tyler the creator has been known to put out some songs hints that he might be gay or bisexual. But you know, that's his business, you know, and ever way he wants to reveal himself. I think that that's the way he can. If you dating Jaden, then great good for them. I want them to have love. But I also feel like Jaden is a disrespectful ass boyfriend by going out on stage and proclaiming crazy news. And then ha ha can't take a back on Twitter. I would be like. You know, that I'm a part of the hip hop community, which is horribly homophobic. He's just hoping t not my own time. He's just helping to bust him out of that door out of that closet door. He's just bulldozing get out this pulling him out. I agree. Everyone should come on their in their own time in their own way. But Jaden crazy, especially from Jaden Smith rich kid who also sidebar. I don't know if you've seen this, but the new TV show would Jada Pinkett Smith red table red table talk. I haven't seen it yet. There are post. The billboards are billboards are all over New York on that Facebook Micciche it that makes no sense now has something in common with Jada Pinkett Smith billboards because her finish billboard. And so is mine James's faces on a billboard James's face is on litter in the St James's faces on a website faces everywhere with his best lady friend taking pictures. And her kids and her family. No, that's my wife and our doctor Dr. I was like those kids don't look like your kids. The most diverse like I did this shoot for fideliscare. Get covered is the campaign. And then like someone who sent me a message there. I one of our listeners what? Yeah. Someone sent me a shot out there. Like, hey, is this you I'm on the giant as your board? Have you Brooke lays, and it's just like your giant face taking up two thirds of the billboard. Which is amazing peering over. I'm building. You look like you're like, hey, ever. Down behind the hills. Oh my God. Other friend that had a friend of his message like it was a full page ad of my face, a full newspaper in some like on the ground and some dirt and. I love it that someone's like, I don't care about this ad or this person. But I'm like, that's me. Faces the new of everywhere you look like it's been photo shopped it's just like it looks like just regular like, you know, newspaper on the ground. But it's James, I it's venero is what is this picture of drew free? One of our other no idea they would use you this. I knew I had no idea to the extent I had maybe an inkling because they did a kids campaign earlier and outside of this giant like it's huge in Harlem, there's giant like wall outside of AMC that's on the fourth floor, huge huge huge today with the kids. And I was like maybe that'll be me because I just felt my commercial of get covered. And it is. Yeah. It is it's real. And there might be more to come. I here in Albany upstate. I'm all over buses. So. This is so exciting citing. Yeah. Yeah. So local hero. Get covered y'all was out here. No. Yeah. Well, get covered. It's still insurance. She wants somebody to like want your signature, you should go up to Albany and just start signing sides of bus. She'll be like, oh, this is me. I am going to go to that billboard over in Brooklyn and take pictures in front of it like before. Yeah. You'll come true. Absolutely have to. Oh, wow. We should we should get into it. We have been Jimmy Jaman jeopardy happen. I'm ready. Navarine and we've got the rest of the episode to go. I'm ready for your corner. How does this sound a weekend on a beautiful mountain top and California you wake up eat a tasty meal of some new friends some old friends, maybe the host of your favorite podcasts. After that. It's a couple of inspiring classes, spectacular podcast, tapings a hilarious. Stand up. Showcase a dance party and more and s'mores all of this can be yours at max fun. Con returning to lake Arrowhead next, June tickets, go on sale Friday, November twenty third put that on your calendar. Because max von contacts, always sell out got a head start planning your next summer vacation and go to max fun, con dot com to learn more. We're going to celebrate the life of Stanley. Well, it's a little bit more. Oh, that was a very quick theme song. I was like we're have a bit of a somber move mode, and then you had that Stanley. And now, it's not sombrero. But you know, what Stanley? You know, what did I not listen to what I just said. We went to our interlude. I'm like, all right. Let's start crying. No, it celebrations. You right. Thank you. Thank you for. Yeah. You know, what I hate to say, this, don't you? You say it. I mean he lived to ninety five switch. I wish for all of us is he did such amazing creative progressive things with his life. Oh that one. He lives a long full wonderful, light rain so much got to be in movies got to create an a university us. Let's celebrate it. Let's be excited. Like if I were Stanley in I died at ninety five first of all I'd be pissed because I'd wanna live longer. But whatever still good. I'd be like this is good good. And I did all the things that he did. I'd be like, yeah. Don't be sad be happy for what I did with this life. But these ninety five years and the impact of like just what you were saying the impact of this man has hot on people globally the impact. I think we don't we don't even realize on our day to day of like how much Dan we as affected like everybody thing. So I know Stanley I was actually born Stanley Martin Lieber if you didn't know. A fun. Fact. He was another fun fact. We have the same birthday. Oh my God. December twenty eighth nineteen twenty two. Yes. Not the nine hundred nineteen. You know, not that I want to do. But oh my God. Well, playing so much I feel like I am so connected to you. And STAN lean I know and Nichelle Nichols. All of us are like oh round same birthday and the same like rules of ten raw all in like a year that ends with two, and I do feel like Nichols would be the lunch out of you. Oh, wait. No. You would be the love child under shelving Nichols in Stanley's family. That I could see that. Yes. I find nerd. Number twenty eighth man. It's a magical December twenty eighth with a year that ends in two. Okay. Yeah. Right. Yeah. So he passed away recently on November twelve at ninety five like you were saying, and he's a crater we're saying, I'm so many of our beloved characters men Spiderman all the Menderes blackness there the scarlet witch and our very own my she get away just brought to control her in there. I'm not me specifically, ladies I wanted to throw in there. And then. Even Nazi punching Nixon pungent, captain America. Yes. So he was born in New York City in I he had started off in working for timely comics back in nineteen thirty nine. And I he owes where he also is working with Jack Kirby on titles like captain America in nine hundred forty one and then lease he sees comics silver age marvel he le- let me say that reedit cut that out Lee seized leasees comics, silver age marvels in nineteen sixty one with interruption of the fantastic four, which she also co created with Kirby, and then leaves just been doing all of these plethora from then on of all these characters and universes that we know in love, and I kind of wanted to celebrate him. Because like you were saying I think specifically of just like Lee was such an ally to I think people. Yes. And he didn't always get it. Right. Yeah. Because you know, I mean, he is a white guy at the time. He was he was in, you know. But he just remember all the character names the start with black, right? Totally. He did use his white privilege for inclusion and he didn't have to because none of the other mainstream comic books places. We're doing that. You know, they weren't doing it in the way. And I heard I couldn't find this for his shore. So don't put a hundred don't write your thesis on this by one of my friends was saying who's like this theater activists. He was saying how Stanley was working after Yar had given out all this money for artists and part of like one of his part of his programming says help steer the economy is giving money out to new deal new deal. Right. But specifically within the deal there was a program that was for artists specifically and get artists working and Stanley worked with like these black. He was a playwright working with black artists helps them tell their stories awesome. Yeah. I love it. So and lot really and also like we're going to get to this too. But there is, you know, every if you you can't be as big as you are a Stanley and not have a little bit of controversy. So I know that some of your life by we'll get to that. But right now, I just want to celebrates this man, and there's lots of people behind the scenes at marvel that really helped create it. But Lee was really just the pioneer. In the face and the comic industry, actually, when he first came on board was actually even too keen to him also that he was of Jewish background, and he actually changes name, but not because of that. But because back then writing and being a comic book writer was so embarrassing and he wanted to interests that was not the fan that it is today. It was like an embarrassing thing. And he was so sure that he was going to write the next great American novel. He never did by. Yeah. He wanted to keep them. I was I think it's okay. I think you did. Okay. Yeah. It okay. You know, I think some of the reason why people love his character so much as they have like a sentence. They have a sense of duty while of his characters how this sense of duty. And it's like a civic duty and his character and his characters fault, so human so relatable, and they were flawed. You know, if you look over at DC, there's just so much perfection running over there except for Batman by even then like eah billionaire perfection. But also like, you know, it's archetypes where. I feel like in marvel you can have lake isn't so black and white. Yes. You know, like, there's different shades, and some people are goods, and people are bad some people are, you know, weirdos. Like, there's just so much more complexity about like the human experience really ties into that. And like you were saying to like, even the villains are so complex. I that's why people love spider-man's rogue gallery of villains because they're so complex or people who are either down and out on their locker got hit by you know, some rich billionaire guy, and they're just trying to get their life back together. They're just for so many right things, and you know, layers so many layers in especially for the X men, which I think so many of us really connected to especially if we us on the fringe, those of us marginalized people really connected to the X men, and you know, it's so brilliant that he was able to use these stories and the x men as a case for building conversation. Around tolerance and inclusion and in sneak into these minds these young minds. Probably no one else was really talking about it. And this is like in the sixties, and he's us like going for these conversations and the power was by. Yeah. With the parasite when you can do as an allegory, and you can find ways to connect people to these stories that they normally would probably wouldn't wanna handle don't want to deal with and the X men, you know, the, you know, they were they the received so much hatred. And and it didn't matter how many times they saved everyone's asses, and they were viewed as you know, violent and terrorists, and so many people can relate to that whether LGBTQ Muslim immigrants, Latinos blacks, Asians, we've we've all been sort of vilified in in that way by mainstream, folks. And so here it is. And you're seeing people who are being, you know, celebrated for their differences, and there's a who they're born as who they are. And this is who they are. And. And there is regular people. And yet they're human. What made them different is what made them special their gifts. I love it. And that made the world a better place where when these different people came together, they could do extraordinary things x x x x. I hope I mean, let's hope in honor Stanley Sony stops fucking it up. Every point. They do a press release, you know, an author Stanley passing away we're gonna stop fucking up his movies. Fingers crossed. Venom didn't see. A hit. Dark Phoenix is coming out. Hold your ball. She got postponed to bet. So that's FOX. That's fox. That's fox. That's fox. Oh, okay. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Knows all Sony Sony. Man's rogue gallery of people men box. Fox has as like X men and things like that. But they're all coming back to Disney. So we'll see we'll see what happens. Good because FOX's fucking it up. That's who I meant FOX what he's done some good stuff. X-men movies have not been good except for lake experts to is pretty good X men of the first class was good wait the days of future past was good. Like Logan is good. Deadpool is good. There's like half half you'd like deadpool. Ooh. Okay. You know, what I will give you FOX is a hit or man. Yeah. Unlike DC, okay, just which has one hit one hit. They're just writing that aquaman woman. No looking too good. It's a hard thing to do. And I a see movie with the budgets that they have. I mean, you don't have Disney money, you got Warner Brothers movie, and it's different. But. Back to San. God where do we go? I don't know. Oh, but sidebars new mutants does look dope. It's it's like a horror movie like X men movie. So we'll see what happens. So I hope I wanna talk about like, you know, professor experts magneto, and I it's just a beautiful. Yes. Paralleling the times where you have Dr Martin Luth centrally like these standards for Dr Martin Luther King junior, and Malcolm X, professor and his vision of harm, you harmony, is human Newton coexistence standing in for Dr king and Mike 's attitude towards the defensive of mutant Klein reflected the philosophy of Malcolm X, and then the sentinels a brand massive Newton hunting robots for introduced two years later as readers watch on TV black Americans beaten and abused by white police officers. So good. I also wanna add into that. There's the back story that it wasn't just magneto was just like oh rigid in his views. They gave him the back story of that. He was a holocaust survivor little he was reactive kind of like a kill monger. It's like it's understand where they're yeah. Which is deep and actually it was like literally my next point and on piggybacking off of that. Because of the two writers with, you know, Jack, Kirby and STAN Lee both being a Jewish. They're able to write from a more nuanced place. Whereas if someone else would like to Don, it would've spend like it wouldn't have had the same resonance. And like you said it just humanize like the these characters they they they felt so human these were such real stories. I ripped right from what was going on in. Oh, this is the thing that I really love that Stanley would do. So he had stand soapbox. And it was a. Oh, yeah. There was a bullpen. Bo. Bulletin statement that would appear monthly marvel comics, and he did this from nine hundred sixty five thousand one and long. Jesus was good good while and he was like, you know, essentially like kind of right difference ends it'd be like lecturing lick people what's going on and just like his thoughts and opinions and just trying to grounded the stories of what was happening. I wanna pull up a clip hold on Pandya. Oh, yeah. So he says in this in this in one of his bullet points bulletins and nine hundred sixty eight says, let's lay it right on the line, bigotry and racism are among the deadliest social ills plaguing the world today. It's totally aroused patently insane. To condemn an entire race to despise an entire nation to vilify an entire religion. Sooner. Or later, we must learn to judge each other on our own merits sooner or later, if a man ever to be worthy of sesame. We must fill our hearts with tolerance. And I was just sort of a. Of everything goes on to say that these comics, you know, everyone and in oh, here's the thing too. When Charlottesville happened. He re tweeted out that same message good. Video recording of a and that that's like don't don't be reading his comics. If you're about this hate because that's not what these marvel comics are about all because frigging this was nineteen sixty eight and we've got a repeat this shit. What the fun right and also to do it lay? As like, he what did he Santa Ben it? He did it because it was what was right within his heart. You know that like he he did it like he didn't have to do any of this. But this is what he knew. Right was right. And I just really love it applaud that. And then also you give he gave us too bad ass African characters and storm into Challah to China in nineteen believe sixty six which is like damn why right up in the middle of it by using his platform for good. Yeah. For fucking good. Right. You know, like im- im-, creating what Kanda in a place like people give so much shit to the continent of Africa. Yeah. And he literally. In Black Panther outlined. How colonialism was terrible nineteen sixty eight while apartheid was still happening in South Africa. Yeah, that's radical. It's so good. And like while we you've talked about in this podcast about other black comic book characters have that were running before this. But this was the first time in like, a mainstream setting that we were getting these characters and the guy and Stanley didn't have to do any of this. Right. But like, I feel like, you know, right? Like his heroes. They felt like a sense of like a civic duty, you know. And even like, you know, the villains like magneto felt like he had a civic duty to protect his people. Like, everyone was coming from a place of like not just I wanted to say the world. I mean, some people like lacked us, but like he was hungry and needed to eat universes to to survive. So I mean complex com. He quit his fault. That's only can he's. But site like what? But yeah, like, you know, it also storm just so bad as is one of the most popular characters and X men, not Holly berries storm but regular storm in the comics. Just in the facts just. To me when I shade. She she's been a member. She was a member of the vendors, again, not Halley, and she's also even lead times to leads her own team. She's even leads her own like all Email vendors team, and you know, Stanley also reinvented the industry. It's like we were saying is catch a real people with real problems. Like even look at the four they were family with superpowers. And like they weren't like these like rippling, superman and aqua man and his little Speedo looking all's Q, they weren't that. This is a lot of subtext to this corner. But they're fairly that like bickered amongst themselves. And they also had defend off the bankruptcy and litigation like a real life shit. Like, wow. Wow. Let's use Bruce banner. He's writing their lives into these comics on money, something super powers families shadow has to battle against traffic. Bruce banner. I think is a really thing. It's like the idea that men have anger issues, even the nerdy one. So watch out, you know, that's good. I and even I think Spiderman resonates with somebody. He will because such young folks growing up because he's just a kid. He's just this little little team teen teen kid and people with just Bility's become heroes like four documents strange ironman through very improbable ways. But it was this idea like, overcoming these these hardships? So they think people can really, you know, resonate with that, you know, for me. It was like I could be a hero like X men resonated so much with me when I was a kid growing up. I had never seen any anything. Like it used to me and my best friend used to play ax men. I was always rogue. He was always storm, and I just like allowed us to just have like our imagination and just clay. That's so cute. Yeah. We're you love little boys. What we wanted to be Rogan storm because they were bad awesome. Power best characters. Nothing wrong with that fun. And then also just the lineage that like Stanley as hot over the years in terms of laying the groundwork for new characters like we we Williams who is the new iron heart. There's a new I think Korean-American is the new whole. There's just such diversity America shot. Man miss. Yes. Spiderman black block Latino Miss America Chavez was like, you know, part of the captain America. You know, there's a black captain America on and you just is Marvel's Muslim American to miss marvelous. She's Muslim American. I think. Yeah. And he's laid down the groundwork for more people to come out and. To play like evenly Oxman United. There's that great moment where an expert in to that sort of coming out seeing the iceman has and like where they're just like. Oh, can't you change who you are though. This is who I am. And they're like, oh, she's like, oh, it's all the dad's like, oh, it's all my fault. He's like, actually, it's the mother's fault. Because of the genes that goes to the mothers, gene, similar that. They think how like the gay gene is passed and just interesting full layered conversation that Bryan singer k director. Brought to the table as well. And I think is meant also in the comics is also gay as well now, I'm am. So yet, I think that was before the actual movie, right? You came out. Yeah. Absolutely. And I mean, there's a lot of things that could be said against, you know, Stanley the man, you know, definitely not perfect. He's been, you know, a quoted as like, you know, did he do all the work that it seems like heaven Jack Kirby had a falling out. Jack Kirby did a lot of writing in a lot of the though the drawing, and you know, he he's responsible for the trippie stuff. Right. Like Jack Kirby does a lot of like galaxy. Yeah. Yeah. I remember that. And there was an article that had came out around laughingly nineteen sixty and Stanley. It was given all the credit and also my something Steve coz while it was also one of the ground for members of I getting marvel off the ground and there was. Article that essentially set gave all the credit to Lee about all the great. So that was happening at marvel and that really hurt Jack Kirby. I mean Stanley was the beyond say he was just stepping out. And he had also just like this echo driving force to. He was in. He was also had like the the business sense of like how you know market all this sort of stuff and also he topped the right artists to come on board. And and he also knew it he knew he had this big ego. And he would you know play to that. And some of the things that he would right? And so yes, he he wasn't perfect. But I say look the great like look at all the power that he gave to people. There's also a debate amongst Twitter about his stance on the LGBT staff for my from my viewpoint. I he's never came out and said anything specifically like against, you know, homosexuality or gave you for anything that has been done since then in and so I just want to you came from a different time. So I wanted to just celebrate Stanley. I think many of you listening on the effects that he's had on our lives. It's it's it's you can't even measure it. I think we don't even know in the day to day. And look it looks like these this marvel universe. That's happening. He gave us his Black Panther movie that like thinking about the conversation. Sins that that has been the volt to unfold in the power that that south has like, you know, been given. It's it's helped everyone I think to see the superhero inside of themselves through his very very human characters. So thank you see on Lee, Amen to that. And thank you Stanley tip. My hat off to you into that aims for creating jubilee. Oh, yes. Specially thank you for jubilation Lee. And I end as ler, and I am boom, boom. They're all kind of the same kind of person. Actually, I don't even know. I think Steve I think Chris Claremont may have created those, but he created the world in which they exist head and yes Stanley created the world in which all of these things exist. Very true. Even you believe becoming a vampire years later. She lost her powers. They they were running on a pots for jubilee. She lost her powers and became a vampire. Yeah. So to stand in an art she needed a dark to that. I say Excelsior that's his famous craft catch face. Okay. Since the dawn of time screenwriters have taken months to craft their stories. What's now three Hollywood professionals, Charlotte? Temp possible break a story in one hour. That's right here on story brick. I, Freddie Wong. Matt Arnold will Campos. The creators behind award winning shows like video game high school one hour to turn a humble idea into an awesome now. An awesome movie starts with an awesome title. I chose the billionaires marriage valley Christmas pregnant paradise. Okay, next. We need the protagonist. So I've heard Mario pestis gripe isn't libertarian Martin. Of course, every great movie needs a stellar pitch in order to get to heaven. Sometimes you got to raise a little hell. Checkout story break every week on maximum fund dot org or wherever you get your podcasts. Pump up on that K. Ed, her jam. She's gonna lay down the knowledge for you. She's a librarian and you love her. It's a naked time. Yeah. I like that. I'll take that. I also love watching. He just gets along to the song a little head. Softly Asaf little Bob, but I'm into this. It was into this like. I am mad at it. I know quite appreciation. I just wanted to take a couple of minutes real quick to point everybody's attention. Because you know, especially you James we've talked before on this podcast this we have. But you. You are a big proponent of diverse casting. Ooh. I like you have stopped watching shows because you're like people. Yeah. Yeah. And I recently I just finished this one TV show that's on Amazon prime called homecoming. I wanted to watch that he should watch. I'm here for Julia Roberts. I saw her and the normal heart is a good job. Did you see her in the normal heart? Ooh, she no she slaying that movie, and I'm like, you know, what? Julia. And then she does a two part episode with Oprah Winfrey on Oprah Supercell conversations. They're like best friends listening to them talk. I'm like, oh, I just never knew the side of Julia Roberts. Who's a caring me? She's great. She's great. I got it. She has America's sweetheart. Yeah. Yeah. And but I mean aside from being America's sweetheart. She's also a great actress, and I feel like in homecoming she's really showing her chops, which I feel like she hasn't. It's been a minute. But a while. Yeah. Well, I'm sorry. We can't Paul. Monte as America's sweetheart. I get confused but continue. Oh, okay. Anyways. So one thing that I did notice about homecoming is that it is quietly diverse Icee say quietly diverse because it isn't like this is a show about a black person by person taking on the, you know, you know, those types of shows vary like it's a show where people just happen to be people of color, and I was really fascinated by it and aside from that the show is really great. It's like a war. It's a thriller. It's two different times. It's just it's a really good show. I say watch it puts each episode is thirty minutes long, which is okay. All right. Do you find late? I mean, I have a love hate relationship with a thirty minute episodes. Because sometimes I want like I want more. Now, you're gonna get it. You'll love it. Okay. Good. How many episodes me ten ten? Okay. And it's on Amazon. So what I I was just watching it. And I was like, okay. And like what I normally do when I really start to like something I'll start researching in found out that homecoming was before a fictional podcast. So. Playing the characters and one thing that I noticed the main character Steven will the main characters Julia Roberts. She plays this woman named Heidi. But there's an the second main characters guy named Walter crews and Walter cruise is played. I believe by Oscar Isaac on the podcast mine the show, he's played by this upcoming actor, Stephen or I think it's Steph on James, wow, and define James's black. And in fact, he's like really up and coming. He's going to be in if Bill street could talk to you. Yeah. The one based on JAMES BOND work again. Yes. There is Barry Jenkins monitoring Jenkins. Yeah. Look at those do he he doing that. He doing it. And he's very attractive. But I was gonna say like you have to be able to replace Oscar Isaac who's already sexy. Af I know, and that's just as voice on the I know. Who does not have a voice for radio? But I mean. For face for radio. Yeah. He has a face for face too much. Anyways, moving forward STA five James plays a without giving away the plot too much. He just plays a war vet a a military vet. Ooh, and has nothing to do with him being black. There's no race involved at all. But his mother's also involved, and they cast his mother, and she they changed her role to be part. I believe is Haitian 'cause she goes in and out of pet while when she's talking to him. The layers and then yet, and there's all of these other things there's another. There's an assistant to this other guy on the show who she clearly has a name that is in bigger, I think her name is Audrey temple on the show, and she's played by an Asian woman. And it's just done so seamlessly, and so well, the casting that I was like, wow. This is the way it should be. This is the hallmark of it. And so I thought who did this. And I mean that's a lie because one of the reasons that I wanted to watch it was because I love Sam 's male. But I was kind of like what else has seen Sam 's Mel done and his other big call the fame was mister robot. Oh, it was. I didn't see. It's it's still going. Okay. Good. Yeah. Yeah. It's wild. It's another wild one. Another stylistic another thriller, cyber security kind of thriller sort of thing and see that's the one that stars ramming Malik who was who is Egypt American and he won an EMMY award. And I think he was one of the first. People are color to win an EMMY award for what he did. And he's the main person of the whole show they got one of the hackers on their show, whereas his job is he just Rami? Mill Malecki is the one that he plays. He's a ni-, Freddie. Mercury right now, the bohemian rhapsody movie, okay? Wow. Yes. So they have soon soon soon Nita Manny. She plays a Muslim woman who's on the hacking team. Beatty Wong plays. Those who kind of is like in and out of gender vary gender fluid. The whole kind of thing with that. It's just very plainly done, right. Yeah. It's not getting on a high horse. It's not trying to push envelopes. It's just done. Yeah. It's just like, yeah. We're casting a diverse cast in these are the right people for the role, and I have to just I wanted to just bring it up on the podcasts because I want to applaud Sam 's Mel who actually is of Egyptian descent himself from Hoboken, New Jersey. And I just feel like I got to support him in whatever he does because his casting is fucking brilliant in people like Lennon Dunham people like let's see who else. Else's casting terribly right now. Well, the guy who did mad men. He has a new show called the Romanoff's. That's out. Oh, yes. But nobody of color. Well, hence like, I gotta look at the trailer. Look at the posters. I'm like, wait. Wait, wait, wait. Okay. I'm not going to be tuning in. Great cool. Thank you for. Yes. So much programming the watch things for making it, you know, what keep doing it? It makes my job easier. When there's less things for me to watch them. Just like great too, many white people. I can't watch that is silly take. Yeah. I mean, we need to direct our attention towards the Sam 's meals out there who are just doing the right thing with casting your the way of thinking. Yeah. And also to like, I mean, I'm sure also informs the storytelling a little bit. Because you have it. I think it's just always so much more interesting when you have a diet rescue people and not to bring it back to. But in Tony Robbins talks about his book. It's Regan the coup. They, but like diversifying, I know stirring, it mixing it up diversifying your portfolio, like if I'm a financial talk, right? When you diversify your portfolio going to financially do better like life does better. From diversification. Every bud yet wins from that. Hello, it enriches the story to in mister robot to have a hacker who is Muslim in has a home life and his wearing his job. But also has a duality in life. That's fascinating. Have a military veteran whose mother is Haitian who goes in and out of pet twelve. But is also a professor that's fascinating that's levels that exposing all of us to American life that isn't normally shown Matt Weiner, whatever I think his name is for the mad men doing the Romanovs. Fuck you like try to just diversify not everybody in your fucking Roman on his show is going to be related to that Russian empire. So why don't you do some diverse casting and get some people who exist in America, just like white people do and put us on film really makes it enrich. Like, you said diversify your portfolio per folio diversify your screen Slough snap. Mike dropped. Yeah. And that's that. Sunny song about goodbye. Oh, I don't think she I don't know. I don't know that song. I don't think she does either. Stop asking me questions, especially knees. What is that? You know? What are you doing right now? Me die air who. I don't care. Don't you said about babies, Giannis? She was going to be the RV Princess. But no one picked her up. It's still missing. It's still missing. Served her. Yeah. She's my crown before we go. I do want to say I have a full report for you next week because I am going to go see a Libya. Pope live also known as oh, you're going to American son. Yes, also notice that it was going. Emitting Carrie Washington in American men going with our friend full-frontal 's astronomical black. The could choose celebrity life. I loved it motto. Billboards TV show, we'll go to the feeder together to go see Kerry fund. Carey oh my God. This is gonna be so good. I really am curious because I read a mixed review on it. But I also follow Carrie Washington on Instagram and everybody seems to be glowing about it there. So I wanna know your opinions. I really do. I am excited. I hear intense as FOX I'm just I'm ready to roar and get into it. So report next week. I'm cool. I love it. We got a tweet of the week. What? Oh my God. Tweet tweet tweet. And this one this one's kind of on topic. It feels like it's a little apropos what we are talking about the beginning of the show. It is from at Serra de Patton and. They say controversial opinion all of minority corners controversial opinions are facts, would oh, I know import that thing. I don't know if I think you, but I don't really view. Thank you. I'm gonna I'm gonna say something controversial right now. Yes. Which I every time you say something like you're like, oh, I'm going to be controversial. I always agreeing with whatever it is that you're saying. And it's again, it's literally sort of like, I it's like a statement that I agree. I think every time you buffered something something controversial. It's been like dead on like the fact let's have a caveat though. It's controversy Khan and lessons about Star Wars. Was that what you're saying? You're saying your call the is when a buffer it when I say controversial fact, and then I say what I say, then you're like, but if I just come out of blue and be like Tesla's awesome. You'll be like or. Rare wars whatever we talked about you'd be like, no, I do every time. You do. You know, what you use it appropriately do like, it's a nice little buffer. And I think also praises the braces me, and you say something it's like, oh, that's true. It just no one's willing to say that or like, that's the thing. You know, like you ease into this thing. That's like. Yeah. That's right. 'cause I'm waiting for like you to say something like ooh pets should be president for the next twenty years. Oh my God. Fuck know who is who is she I don't I don't know who your emails from the upside down world is. Young. Yeah. Yet. Can she got to go through? Did you almost say gay yon saying she needs to go to I don't trust her? They can be naked backwards gay on gay. Okay. You know what? And that gave backwards is a on say. Was this? Just give it to that. I don't trust you though. I don't trust her 'cause controversial controversial opinion. Yeah. Controversial opinion is I don't trust young K Jahn say because she was president for twenty years. No, not you. You're upside down version of you. Well, thank you for that. This has been great. Yeah. Thank you for that. Man. That's like I feel like I've worn out. My welcome at your home. You say we knew out the door. It's been great. Well, it's been good time for you to get on the road. Oh, and also for those of you who might come at me and be like, ooh. Well, Tony Robbins is a richest man he is on a mission to feed a billion people, and that's just the Kool-Aid talking. But just saying I had you managed to drop him in in every segment who one of us what? You know, what we were doing scientist? Yes. Yes. Yes. And that's you know, there's nothing wrong with that. 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213: Chanel Beauty at Ulta, Lanvin's Revolving Door, Ann Taylor Sales

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213: Chanel Beauty at Ulta, Lanvin's Revolving Door, Ann Taylor Sales

"Hey, guys, Lisa. And this is Karen pop cash. Revolver, you great. How are you? I'm hanging in there. You don't talk about it to you. I just tired girl. Everything's cool. I work in hard are tired. I took a sick day today. But I worked for half of it. So I look like crap. Well, I don't understand if you take a whole sick day. Why you would work for half you already put in for the sickness? I didn't put in for the sick day. Okay. Never mind. You did it perfectly right? It's a real long snooze. And then I got up, and I attended several meetings. It's all going to even out in the end. I've worked so much lately. All those after hours. Nah, never put in for the sick day until after the sick day. And also about our own personal conundrums. Shall we talk about fashion news? Let's do it. What's on the docket again with this revolving doors of life, and CEO's and fashion former mod cloth CEO Matt cannabis has stepped down he joined the company in two thousand fifteen so okay. Like, this is not a nine months and done situation. But it's close, please more. There's more he joined the company into fifteen after having been urban outfitters where he was chief strategy officer WalMart acquired mod cloth. This time last year. If you may remember and Kansas state in that role Recode reported that one Walmer bought bonobos in June twenty seventeen a couple months later. It was decided that mock cloth would report to notice CEO Andy done. Oh, that's a whole different story. Right. So they bought my closet and they bought the Nobu. And then they said Ma cloth. You're gonna report. Tippin. Novo's and bonobos is going to report a WalMart. So there was that then Andy done and WalMart's exacts decided that the head of Mont cloth needed to be in LA or design a merchandising were based and Cana's didn't wanna move because his family's in San Francisco. So he's he said, I'm not gonna move to LA. And so now a couple months later, it has been announced that he is out Antonio Nievas who had been mock loss CFO, and then went to Banou Boso CFO is now going to be CEO of Maat cloth. So a little bit of over volving door there. It looks like the decision for Kansas to say, I am not going to move my family, ultimately led to him in WalMart saying this isn't going to work out a few things. First of all, I know what you're saying. But I keep hearing catnaps. Dean is not involved in the story. Matt cannabis is I believe I'm saying his name. Right. And if I'm not mad. I'm sorry. Second big. I kind of understand your reporting to somebody that you weren't expecting to report to I think a lot of us have had that situation where you've been in an office. And then one day you come in. And you're like, this is your new person your reporting to on your lack what what what just happened and also yesterday I was in like that feeling of lake way what new regime. Their coup that I was unaware of. 'cause yesterday at five everything was great. And then this do I still have a Dansk. Yeah. Everybody's been through that. Right. Where they everything is hunky Dory. And like you can imagine that being the head of a company. That's just getting bought like, you know, there's going to be changes. Right. Course that you also hope that you can stay in the place where you've made your home. I, you know, the whole like not wanting to move. I think every man for himself if that's your decision. That's your decision, especially if you have a family, but I also grew up in a military family that moved because of jobs, and so that one I don't. Like if your job moves your job moves that's kind of my gut on it. But not everybody has perspective. Right, right. Not everybody is as easy going about that factoid as you military. I've just like, yeah. Your job moves it. There you go KARN could pack her bedroom and three hours wrapped shoot up. Let's move. I think once you're at that CEO level like, maybe you can I don't know. How do I wanna say this? If you're a run of the mill guy like you and me, maybe we'd feel like we had to take the move. But if you're at the cease, we level maybe you can say to yourself. I'm not willing to do this. I don't wanna do this. And I'm just going to find something else. And part of me wonders if some of this is just a waiting game though, where he could be like, yeah. Okay. Okay. Let's do this for a little while. Because if he waited out the clock, another nine months to eighteen months everything's going to change again anyway, because that's the larger pattern, right? But you know, what his decision godspeed? We'll see what happens with this continued acquisition position that WalMart seems to be in. I kinda forget that they have no goes and mod cloth. Ed skates. My memory and every time I'm reminded of it. I'm like, oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. They own everything. So that's the deal with my cloth right now and another what's the deal with story are all going to be a whole episode of what's the deal with what's going on? Von no seriously. I want to know what is going on so much so much is the answer. That's what's going on. But you Rama speaking of Q like that place that places where you set your next workplace drama for an HBO show. Oh, good idea. Don't do my. It's my all you don't do it. It'll be like Silicon Valley that TV show except with better designed clothes. Yes. No hoodies. Marginally better design closely. I don't know. All right. I here's what's going on this past week l'enfant announced that alleviate Lapidus wasn't going to be there are tick director anymore. They put out a statement that essentially said effective immediately. He isn't working here anymore. So how many months was that? He was in that position if you were to guess, just take a guess, I think it was four. It was eight okay. Felt like for. Usually it's nine so he was getting close to the industry standard. He only showed two collections to give you a little bit of background a company called fo Sun International bought l'enfant last month, they were teetering on the edge. We did a story about it about a month ago where they couldn't pay their bills. I mean, they were out of cash we were wondering how are they going to pay their electricity? That's how desperate was. So this company came in bottom. And of course, when a new company buys out, a brand there's usually changes, but this one was big it was a Chinese conglomerate that bottom out. So as small side note, the rest of four sons businesses are focused on mining and real estate mining Bill estate fashion, of course. Divers just a little everything this brand started tinkering with fashion and acquiring smaller. Brands back in twenty eleven so they have a small history of dealing with fashion. But it's like real estate mining bashing. Joanne Chang will be stepping in as the interim ac-, oh, she is the president of focus on fashioned group. And the chairman of the board of directors at Lomban. In the meantime, an in house team will be designing everything for the brand. It is expected that Lapidus will resume designing under his own name head own collection before he's going to go back to that. Now, something you may not know about him. He has eleven patents for innovations with textiles, including fabrics that are made with fiber optics. This guy is so freaking smart. Lisa was so surprised her earphones came off. Roll right off my have eleven patents. This guy's been making moves not only is he creating new fashions, but he's lack this at a patent office. We are those new filings. I don't know how far back they go. So I don't know if it stuff that he developed a while he was at this company. I mean, he was only there for eight months. I'm a semi out a couple of foils it back to you. If you're a member before Lapidus came on board as artistic director, it was Buddha. Jarrar she had only Tuesay's ins at the company as well too. And done LA von is the oldest French fashion house. They have been really struggling since pushing out their creative director Albert Elbaz and twenty fifteen they've been struggling since then you this current fellowship model. Actions and the move on. It's just not good for brand. It's not good business. His not. No, no, wait. So who they pushed out lobbied? His who they name. Joanne Chang giant. Okay. She is the enter up I read conflicting things whether he quit or was pushed out, I'm not sure whose report to follow. It's a little confusing little column little column B. There's always a story behind did. The breaking up rate depends on who you asked rate man unit. Yeah. You need to get both versions while. I'm sure those details will come out probably a day after we record this show. It's usually what happens. I'm not so worried about happy because of his patents in fiber, optics and textiles. I have a feeling. He's going to be just fine raw gonna be buying some light up dresses next year signed me up. He's going to be working on clothes where you touch something. And it like connects to your computer. That's what I'm sure he's gonna be working with NASA. He'll be fine. I just read the circle. Would you think that book scary? It's really scary side note, if you hated the end of gone, girl, you're really going to hate that end of the circle. That's my thirty word book review. Bougara views by Lisa in the middle of the show. This should be a new segment, I think, it's great. Yeah. Sometimes sometimes you just need to insert one. I've been on a reading marathon these past couple of weeks. I will let you know. Exactly. What I think of a book. It's the size of a tweet funny. How that works out? I'm an expert tweeter, which, you know, you all know. Today. What's up with San Francisco? San Francisco banned the sale of for as a city as a city it goes into effect today, March twenty seventh district supervisor Katy Tang said in a press release the sale of products in San Francisco is inconsistent with the city's ethos of treating all living beings humans and animals like with kindness. I deals are already banned in Berkeley, California, Sao Paulo Brazil, of course, Berkeley started this, of course, Berkeley, of course, Berkeley, thank you Berkeley for starting off. And I also Bannon much of India, and this report was from fashion east, and they explain that the San Francisco city council, I considered the no firm proposal in December. You may remember also some things we talked about on this show Gucci set an October that it would stop selling for and this month. Furlough and rissole chase said they would stop selling for which leads me to think that this is just going to gain traction in places around the world pita the work y'all been doing is finally coming to full fruition. I have so many thoughts and feelings about for because of the fact that it used to sell vintage and there's so much vintage for out there in varying condition. I always had this personal ethos that if the for was vintage it could stay because that animal was long dead. And there was nothing I could do to change that. Right. So we might as well use it and respect it and take care of it. Right. But with this new I think we're in a new era where you have a growing majority of people who jolt feel compelled to have for in our daily lives around us. But I'm wondering what someone who lives in a really cold climate with think of fat all you northern Canadian listeners. All y'all Scandinavian listeners could you please write in and tell me how I should feel about this. I would like to hear from that group as well. I know we have some listeners and Alaska to yes, lease tell us how you feel because I can see if you live and place where the climate allows you to make different decisions. That's great. But I'm also not living and like ten degrees all the time. And I live in Florida. So I'm not a reliable source. But, you know, the pro for people out here are saying, well, you can make this emphatic verb. But it uses all these petroleum-based, it's easing all these chemicals is that a better option than like responsible for trading. So there are a lot of different sides here. An I don't have the wherewithal to like make a moral decision for all of you. Let alone like I can barely make for myself little and all of you. So. Yeah. This is where you fire up your emails. Send us a note. Tell us how you feel cold weather people hit me up. That's what's happening in San Francisco. Tell me another story adequate story Jaden Smith is releasing a sustainable Denham line. Yes. Because why not I don't know anything about it right now. But yes, exactly he is collaborating with g star on the project and the past gee star has also worked with ferrall on another sustainable line called raw for the planet. Jaden says he was inspired by that collaboration and wanted to work on a line of his own. I'm all for more sustainable denim in any form. So I love this project. I like Jane Smith, I think he has a really interesting odd style down with so bring it I think this is a great collaboration. That's really cool have revealed any information about the nature of the sustainability effort, or I know. Zero information. So they basically sent out a press release saying that this was happening. I don't even know if they've designed things yet. They could've added that the the press release. That's cool. Yeah. They may still be determining the best methods. And I think that g star has made some smart decisions about who they're bringing in to collaborate with because ferrall has an interesting sense of style too and Jaden Smith has the youngsters in his pocket. Yeah. Man. Well, we'll stay tuned from Rhodesia Rhodesia's feel free to send us any releases. You may find. And for my final contributions today show. It's a segment I like to call what up with an Taylor. I wrote on my notes right here says a I was doing before car ended it this is from a report from Bloomberg gadfly by Sarah halzack late last week. And it's about a seena group which bought an Taylor and loft in twenty fifteen and Lou and gray as well. So the three of them got rolled into a scene a group in twenty fifteen a a group also owns dress barn lane. Bryant Catherine's, Justice and Maurice's sense. They bought the loft and Taylor brands all the other stores in McGrew are struggling revenue per store for all those other stores is down from one point two three million in fiscal twenty fifteen to one point one four million in fiscal 2017. That's hard to recognize when I'm just like. Telling you that. But if you see it on a chart you're like oh damn in the same period. The number of stores has reduced by about one hundred and the companies have gone a whole bunch of debt when it bought an ink, and it now has about one point eight billion in debt. Here we go again with the billion dollars a day the debt the debt billions with a b before the buyout. They had maybe maybe half a billion in debt, which in retail terms is very low. Right. And now they're up to one point eight billion cents that buyout Bloomberg notes that a seena group has one of the lowest price to sales ratio, which is where you divide the per share stock price by the per share revenue that the company is bringing in. So if you look at the chart of biggest retailers in terms of this price to sales ratio, Amazon is far and away at the top followed by places, like Home Depot and TJ ex and all the way at the bottom between JC Penney and Stein mart. You find a seena group? Ooh, Sears is the bottom. If you had to guess you'd be right, right, stock, market wise. Cena's stock prices are still only slightly higher than blue Apron's and blue apron as we all know is kind of the laughing stock of the stock market. They were down to like, two bucks. Uh-huh. Sarah, halzack writer and soothsayer does not hold much hope for the group to make up its deep losses. She says that a scene did announce a new president for dress barn back in January along with the new president for all of the plus size brands that include lamb Bryant. But she says, but I suspect seen as already so behind the curve it will be hard for the new leaders to make a meaningful difference. Ooh. And Taylor bass Dion of DC dressing Basquiat of professional women's work where. That group they own brands that are so familiar to most of America. Yeah. Those are shops that even if you don't live near one you might know of it like they have a high visibility an observation before we go on a lot happened in twenty fifteen that's coming to fruition. This is the third story that we were like something happened twenty fifteen and then a change happen. Motte cloth CEO l'enfant designer and this is the third one. Where a a group bought anti-hitler? What happened like what was going on in the year with the moon, and what is happening with now. Because there's something in the air. We're gonna have to think about this. There's some kind of cycle that's happening. A reader sent us a report on the retail apocalypse that I need to read because it may provide some clues. I mean, we're always thinking about this. You guys know that like when we dream all that revolves around in our head is just like shopping mall entrances, and like, fountains and food courts, retail numbers food courts to spinning around in my head puppy dogs, and rainbows and food courts. That's what I dream about. When I'm not dreaming about his ambi-. That's what happens. Yeah. It's really hard for me to imagine. And Taylor going under just because it provides so many office close. Yeah. It is a reliable stand by the fact that the Ann Inc stores that got rolled into sina the fact that they are doing a strongest is not great because the whole gets dragged out. Down even if there's a strong part. I mean, they took they took the debt from an ink. So it's not like those stores were doing fabulous. When they got bought out. You know, the buyout was a solution to having to deal with the debt and now they're dealing with the debt and they're not exactly making up for lost time. It's not it's not a great prognosis. I am not waving the white flag on us eating group yet by if JC Penney Sears still kicking. I know there's hope for everybody never say die. Never say doc seriously until the last dishwasher has left the sales floor. Your store is not closed a mitt. I got a story about beauty always please give it Ulta is going to start selling Chanel. What this story surprise me over the past. Few years Alta has been working on increasing their prestige brands and their store they were able to strike deals with a number of name brands, including MAC, bumble and bumble, but they're huge reveal last week is they landed at Chanel. Can you believe it that's pretty big? Although it's done a lot with merchandising over the past few years. They've upgraded their fixtures. With back lighting they've made decisions about trending products on in caps. So they're really thinking about their overall brand and the experience inside the store. They've also worked with brands on cultivating. Ulta only products and experiences, for example. They are getting ready to release a Neutrogena makeup line in collaboration with Carrie Washington. And oughta be just their release. Oh, man. All you gotta do carry Washington. And I just throw my money at you. I know take my money. Take me those may seem like random factors what they've really done is start to position themselves. So prestige brands want to work with them. So when we talk about beauty, we're going to be using the words, mass prestige and mass Tj. Oh, God, that's a phrase. Now yet is mass is like a mass market product. You might find it an Ulta you might find it a bunch of other drugstores. They're usually reasonably priced prestige products are the high end looks goods they typically come with luxury prices as well. So this is where you get your fifty dollar mascara mass Tj is prestige quality with a mass market price. An example of that is flour beauty, which is drew Barrymore's makeup line. So at something where like you actually have a really good products. But it's not gonna break the Bank. That's a really interesting area that beauty has been doing very well on lately. Yeah. So Ulta has this great concept that the working on? And that is introducing their customers to prestige products over time, you might have the budget where you go into their store and buy a mass product by alma. But if it's near the Chanel eventually, you might go over and start to play around with it, you might buy just one product out of Schnell instead of like their entire line. But what you're doing is graduating into a pristine price point smart. Those aspirations. In. And you know, how many times have you been like, well, I really wanna treat myself with something. Nice elliptic is a great way to do it and going a little out of your way on budget with lipstick isn't going to like kill you. It's going to be something that can be like a gift to yourself at the end of the day or something exactly statistics are that seventy seven percent of otas customer base shops, both mass and prestige the fun part about it too. Is that you can find wet and wild products that and I love this. I love that something like Chanel. It was going to be near a wet and wild. This makes me so happy and something for everyone. It's the democratization of the beauty industry KARN. And they're also working backwards. So when I got started it was really seen as an alternative to go into a drug store like a CVS. I remember when it first got started. I was like I'm not so sure about their house brands, or I don't know. And I don't know why would come here versus a drugstore. But they've done a really great job about shaping that customer experience. Since one thing that also as a store has been doing is working behind the scenes to make sure that even though there are products at vastly different price points. The overall look of the experience is the same across the store. This means you can't have a dingy sign at a wet and wild. And like a high end signed a high looking display at schmo a has to look like you're in the same store. They have people on staff who have the working with the brands to upgrade their Instore appearances. So all looks even. Yes, now, this is what I find interesting to companies have been creating fast beauty fixtures. These are fixtures that could be put up and taken down with speed. So it's not something that is so rigid where you move it into a store. It's there for five years it could respond to the market. That means if one product is selling really, great at the display stuff could be moved around. So that product continues to be high profile or they tend to have more. Units that product if it's doing well were moving out of such rigidity with displays responsive, which I think is really interesting for merchandising perspective. How does that work on the back end because you know, the purpose of getting a planner Graham for your store is not just to make sure that your stores uniform with others. But it so you know, where everything is right. And so if you have the freedom to move things around to answer demand are their inventory concerns on the back end. You're right. If like every brand is doing something different than people have to understand if stuff is shifting. They have to have an idea of how it's shifting and how to move it. So all the stores, not only have a cohesive feel throughout but that you don't go to one Ulta. And it's like five months behind another that there's a commonality between the stores the fact that the therefore thinking on that is a pretty important for a step because I feel like so much of. Retail merchandising from my experience has been so old school. Yeah. And we're moving to a different era of planner Graham stuff, you know, one thing that we've seen recently is stores being more responsive because they're getting more data on how people are shopping. So your store isn't going to be the same for six months anymore. They're starting to do more with data collection and cameras. So as people move throughout the store, they understand how they're interacting with products. So they can make it advantageous where they have products where people are going in. You're not just waiting until the end of the month for the big sales report to come out. You have this daily data and. Yeah. Up to the minute data that you can use to make decisions which can drive staff. Crazy if they do it too often. But if there's a plan and a strategy around it, you can really do some awesome work with it should now should know. Thanks for joining the party. Would you go to an Ulta store to buy Chanel? Yes. We're what I go to buy. I guess like what Macy's Sephora. You know, when I looked on Sephora as website, I found their fragrances, but I didn't find their makeup. I can't remember off the top of my head. If they sell it in store, I feel like my next best option would be a department store. And you know, I'd rather like get done work dumb and go to department store right now. So yeah, I would go to Alta to buy my Chanel. Let me just put that on my shopping list. Do get Schimmel always a great errand to run. Should I put it at the top of every to do list? I make as a personal reminder like aspirational Goget now. Yes, I think that's a lovely idea. You're inviting it into your life doesn't matter. What product is just go. Get them. Ready to spend that money would riana be ready to spend money. Yes. She would. But she also has that money. That's true. She's definitely ready. I need to plan ahead. Okay. The putting on a to do list idea is fantastic. Because one day you're going to be able to check that thing off the Djilas -ation today's the day. Okay. That's enough of fashion news and my own personal shopping. Let's move on the listener letters. We got a few from people who said that they have been penalized for making too many returns one letter we got was from Brit who says around fashion week a few years ago. I tied to return a pair of size nine pumps to the herald square. Macy's New York the sales associate asked if I was a model in which I responded. Yes. Although I don't know how that's relevant. I was then told they were no longer accepting returns of shoes. Incised nine eleven since. That's the size models where they were fed up with all the returns. I don't actually remember my. Response. But I know I ended up turning the shoes. Schick it's crazy during New York fashion week, and then she had another anecdote she said, I just remembered I was banned from making returns Victoria's Secret one year the lines to try on the SR Cray. So I always just by whatever. And try them on at home in them return in the hunt for the perfect nude bra. I must have made too many returns because I was banned. This was also in herald square across the street from the Macy's mentioned earlier. Maybe that's why shopping in that area now. Yeah. No kidding. I totally understand bypassing the line just purchasing because you're like off forget it like let's get out of here. Go to Taco Bell. What's not stand in lines? Let's let's get out of here. Thanks for that. That was really interesting. We got a note from an anonymous listener who says wait for this. I work at store level for Nordstrom and thought you guys would like this nugget that may be something that's been discussed. But I'm still writing. Nordstrom released that they will be working with brands to push sizes. And it's not just expanding our plus sized department or expanding one or two brands. They're planning on pushing out four hundred brands but expanding sizes that's existing brands and new brands that will go beyond twelve and fourteen. It's not just brands like good American the Ardy do that. It's J crew, Tracy Reese, allies Ajay and Saint John who don't already granted most of these are only going to assize eighteen but it's crazy that brands didn't even go to that. Our stores projected to get about forty percent of these brands and I'm excited. I'm not sure about the full study was, but when they tracked a single extended brand for the most popular sizes they were zero sixteen and eighteen sizes that are often kept from typical size runs. I figured I've share that. Even if I'm not supposed to because I'm excited. That's great. Good news. Yeah. It's totally wild. Okay. Here is one from Rebecca who says I really appreciate that retailers like Zappa's target and Tommy hilfiger have introduced adaptive clothing for people with disabilities and the elderly. I am in my thirties work as a higher education administrator, love fashion and also have a profound clothing sensitivity due to being on the autistic spectrum finding clothing that is professional fashionable and comfortable. Non confining is a constant struggle for me. I gravitate toward knit blends pull on pants. Simple dresses and flat shoes. I am. Wondering what your thoughts are about? The emergence of clothing. Also, what designers brands would you recommend to someone in my situation? Finally, do you have any styling tips for someone in my situation. Thank you, Rebecca excellent questions all the way around. I think adaptive clothing can only help everyone. Universal design is so needed. So welcome. I think that there are many people out there who don't realize that they would really like that type of clothing because they've never been giving option. Yeah. When we think of its apt of clothing styles. It's something that everyone can enjoy. It's not like there's not a market for it. Because if you just put it out there and have people with clothing sensitivity in mind, it's not like I can't turn around and wear that thing, and like it and be willing to pay money for it. You know, so having offenses fabulous. I have loved whenever we learn about a brand whose. Doing something in this round. Because I often surprised by what clothing sensitive sensitivity entails and how it can be avoided. So I feel like I'm not a great expert and getting style advice for clothing because I'm still learning. But my silent tips would be like, my my first thought is to do what you can with color first. So that you're not thinking about accessorising allot because if you're trying to avoid sense issues with your basic garments. You don't wanna have to feel like you're piling on with stuff that may not be uncomfortable for your whole day or at all? And it can be tough to see other people with these very elaborate Lux, and you're just trying to make sure that you're comfortable and that you can function throughout the day. Right. So I would say Jewett you can with color first. And then see where you might want excess rise around that. So don't be afraid to be bright and bold and let your clothing do the speaking. As like a pop of color collar blocking start. There would be my my advice. Also, like never underestimate how ellipoid color changing outfit completely. If that's something that your body response to okay, I know that some times skin since tippety issues go to issues with makeup as well. If that's something you can do and you enjoy back in work as the excess ary of the outfit if you want to. Yeah. So actually, if you just looking if you go to zap, they have a whole department its legs up dot com slash ease, lash adaptive. And so you can see easy on easy off shoes. Sensory friendly clothing pull on pants orthotic friendly shoes reversible stuff like that's really, it's it's just lovely. I am looking at charts right now, there's under armor. There's who else is on here. I feel examples would be a good place to find brands that 'cause they sell so many different brands Zappa Zappa would be a good place to suss out a couple of options that you might then see a storm be willing to. Try on the feel. Yeah. Leave is has women's jeans that are in this kind of gory. And like it I'm gonna put that out there to our listeners to because I feel like there have got to be a bunch of you out there who have dealt with this sensitivity in your life and have found ways to find clothing that works for you. And I wanna know Iraq nations like all of them. I love this knit blends pull on pants simple, dresses and flat shoes. Man. I tell you about American apparel. If I felt confident at all in them, and that was a sub tweet at American apparel. Let's see. I wanna can I do one more. You're just distracted. Now. I'm just looking at this pullover sweater that. I like now we're looking at this close. Yeah. There's a brand that I'm looking at called threads for thought it's on ios and at their cuts, look, really, great and adoptive clothing. Oh, I like their stuff is it. What is it with the there are so many t shirts where the seams hit is that what makes it more sensory friendly? I think it is. Because it looks like this one men's tee-shirt it's instead of having a seam on the top of the shoulder. It takes the seem often does more like a baseball cut. Yep. Yep. I like it takes you to the gym the trail and beyond its relaxed to gently drape and hang off the body. I like all my clothes to gently drape. So that's always a plus. Ooh, here's a knit dress. That's reversible. Man. This is what's great about this type of design as you get into it. And you're like, yeah, I want that. That sounds like a great option. I'm a big sucker for Russell clothing here in my thirties. Okay. I need to move on. I can't get sucked in this. Okay. Here is one from Katie who says Hello smart, ladies, great beginning to an Email. I wanted to send you both. This is so funny because it's about loft. I wanted to send you a review of the new loft plus size collection in case. No one else has yes, I would a jeans cardigans and both woven, and it tops so far and overall I'm pretty happy with them, the shipping has been fast and reasonable or free depending on the current coupon code the tops are bit roomier than I expected based on the measurements. They publish, but gloriously the armholes seem to be in both right place. And not so big that they gave open. Oh, my clothes a little breezy. So the extra ease added in is great the woven tops are all a hundred percent polyester, which has pluses and minuses. But if you need to wash aware to work in skip, the dry cleaner. That's a pretty great feature. Overall. I would assign them be plus the jeans have a nice high-rise. I'm pretty tall five nine. And they are a little on the shorter side than I normally like so they would be fine for the average woman my complaint with the jeans is that they have a lot of room in the waste compared to the hips, which depending on your body tight might be great, but they are super super stretchy. So if you're chasing kids that is bonus. I haven't washed and drive them. So I don't have a response yet overall. I'd assign them be minus with the caveat that if you are slimmer to the leg and hip, these might be grand slam for you. I've also been on a buying spree with universal standard. And honestly, I'm a hundred percent in love their little on the expensive side for things made overseas. But the quality is great and the fit is amazing. Katie also points out what listener Susan said last week about universal standard expanding their sizing. So that just so that I can wear universal standard. That's the report from current. Plus, I shopping spree. I'm thrilled that companies are starting to understand that women beyond a size sixteen have money and one style. Hey, meant that is wonderful. Man. I love a good review. Like that. First of all it was thorough. She gave letter grades. That was great. Thank you. I really appreciate that. Yes. And we have we received any letters this week. And I have a list you have not been forgotten letter writers. We will get to your letter so many letters. That's that's that's that. Yeah. This week. If you want to reach us, go to pop fashioned podcast dot com. You will learn more about us there. You can see past episodes. It could send us a letter. It's a fun place. You can also find us on Instagram at pop fashion podcast. Thanks so much. There have been a number of people joining us lately were so glad to have you. Thanks for being part of things. Yes. Oh, and also I must add before we move on to our final segment. I must give a thank you note to Tricia for your contribution through our website to the show. Thank you, Trish. We really appreciate it. Thank. What's your one good thing? It's time for one good thing. I'm really excited about this week's I've been thinking about all week. Is it the light near life? I always like I can't wait to talk to people about this. So my one good thing this week is the Appalachian wildlife refuge. This is a nonprofit out of North Carolina. They basically help sick animals, they find animals that have been hurt they rehabilitate them, and they send it back to the wild. They're really great organization that is run by volunteers. They also have a program that I think we can help out with they collect mascara ones. What's oh, oh, it's called once for wildlife. So if you have an old mascara want what they say is pleased clean it with soap and water. You can go on their website. They have a place where you can print out something that you fill out a little form you can send it in. They are collecting old mascara wands because as it turns out, they aren't the perfect size. And the bristles are close enough together that helps clean animals helps brush them off. So they just take the ones when they received them on there, and that go through another sterilization process, and then they take the little ones with the little bunnies and little ducks, and they brush them, and they can get off debris from it. So it's just a great organization. You have some old mascara wands laying around. You're not just throw it in the trash. There's a way you can help a bunny go help bunny. Did your mom send you this one? No, I found this on my own. This out of like, mama. Mo was written all over. But whatever you claim to have found it through. I love it there web addresses Appalachian wild dot org. And can also post it. So you guys can see it later on. Can we put on the insta-? Let's put it on and stuff. Yes. Can you? Also, find some pictures of bunnies. And ducks though, we can they have one where that brush off a little possum. Yes. Oh my God. I have this thing about possums there the creepiest looking animals ever, and I can't resist them. But as babies are, so cute. Babies. They're so cute. And as a dull, they will they will stare you down if they are on your porch and you're waiting for them to leave. Oh, yeah. Raccoons trash pandas. Trash man. I love record. Okay. I'm just squeamish Minnesota here. Okay. I will admit that I stole my one good thing out of our mailbox from listener. Valerie. And I told her I'm stealing this for one good thing. She let me know about a new business that exists in the Washington DC. It is called textiles T E. X? I L E S. It is a clothing recycling. Pickup service. Ooh. Here's what happens you pay fifteen dollars for a scheduled pickup which can happen in as little as two hours or you can pay seventy five dollars a year for unlimited pickups. Textiles source, your clothing, distributes, it to a few local partners dress for success takes women's work where thrive takes other clothing items and towels implant gets and everything else goes to fab tack which is a Maryland company that sorts out the items that can be recycled and the items that can be sold on the overseas market. This is an option where you can take everything you have to give away or get rid of from clothing that can be worn tomorrow to stuff that literally can only be cut into rags, and you can put it in the same bag and get donated to the same place. We'll figure it out awesome. Fab Tech's goal is to only have two to five percent of the material. They receive hit the trash that's pretty low textiles is still taking on partner relationships. And they're only in DC at the moment. Stay tuned. I think this is a genius idea. Because if you live in a city, probably don't have a car getting stuff to a donation location might be tough. Also, when you know that you have stuff that can be resold versus stuff that is not in good condition than you have multiple stops. You have to make or if you're someone who usually waits for like, the charity to call you and say, we're doing a pickup. Do you have any bags like, otherwise like the stuff just waiting in your house for you to either have the chance to take it or have the chance for someone to pick it up if you're doing? How's it clean out? If you're helping a parent clean out their home. Like, this could be great for just like getting the stuff out of your home as quickly as possible and making sure it's going to go to all the right places. I love it. I love this. This is an amazing idea. And I love that. It's right here. I could use it. I wanna say it was founded by Georgetown, grad, lemme check. Because if it's founded by urge grad, I'm gonna tell you all about it. If it's bound by JR. Georgetown, grad, I guess, I'll still use it. They're not even rivals with UNC KARN. I don't understand your show Graham. I don't have proof on that. I just wanted it to be as yours Chung. Grad wanted to dream it to existence just like your Chanel checklist. Started by woman, by the way. Yeah. I just I just love it. It's a new company launched in September of twenty seventeen. I'm pretty sure it's the founder driving around in her car after work picking up stuff. Like, I just love it. I respect that. I respect so much. It's so great. So I just I just love that. They're young people out there innovating to save the world in so many ways. Also, I know both of our one good things this week have been location based, but if you are outside of the United States for the wants for wildlife thing don't worry because there are a lot of wildlife refuge places across the world. Research. See if someplace near you is doing drive like this or something similar because my guess is there's a lot of great programs out there who are inspiring each other. And like what's the worst? That can happen you call them up. And you say, hey, do you accept mascara ones? And either they're going to say, yes, of course, here's how to give them to us or they will just laugh their heads off at you. And that's fine too. And then maybe you can explain to them, and the have a great story to tell the people who also tear their everybody laugh it'll be good day. Can you just imagine like a half this visual image of like bunnies? With long eyelashes. Like. They're like really what we do is. We put mascara on all the wildlife. So that they look real good for their reemergence into the wild. Stay a makeover program. It's extreme makeover wildlife at I watch that show. I watch that show. I would watch I would cry. I wouldn't be able to wear mascara during it because I cry and with that you guys have a great week this week. Beg listening by.

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Knockouts and 3 Counts  Episode 105

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Knockouts and 3 Counts Episode 105

"You're listening to the PODCAST DETROIT visit. WWW dot I'd passed Detroit Dot Com before information. Everybody is the man and want to get your money's worth stay right here to do knockout to drink out. Remember Harry. This is Don Western. I'm telling you knock out to three counters podcast bathing make sure that's a winter tech out because somebody like me. They're the real Dale Jake the snake Roberts. We know we need to this jams. Shoot up dance. This is a ring of honor. World Television Champion Aka Shane Teaboy the baddest champagne. Can you ever seen boy. You're listening to knock out of three counts. What UPDO everybody this is Kyle in? You are listening to knockouts and three counts and on the line with us. We've got Devin Tony. How you guys doing tonight brother man and heard today fellas? But I'm good bro. You just got too excited for the Thanksgiving food. That's what it happen. Just tell the truth. You were like Turkey and mashed haters and all that Shit. Oh Shit I slice. My finger asked by forty nine. Give me an email shoot so before we get into the show. Did you really early go to. CVS with your your thumb wrapped in a fucking towel. So look you know down here to Texas right about been a little busy so I forget you gotta get like all my -mergency stuff man. So a slice. Mepham go to bathroom like I e bandages and price silence. Oh guess what. I ain't got none of that stuff so excited I could just sit here. I'm bleeding my thumb Benetton. I'll we've got some bandages and of course. The cashier had to ask the magic question. You cut yourself now. A thumb was just very very cold. Look Diz because they got a lab coat on doesn't mean there they got to be the brightest people but we're at a Devonshire talk and throttle your social media. Let everybody else know where they can find you already. You can find me on on twitter sphere at Devon assists assists three d. e.. In the six. You can find me on instagram. All Stack no says the speaking of which January six twenty twenty. The show's show's coming back aren't aren't chose banked up. I'm working on a editing now. So we'll be back up and running J.. Were very six day before my birthday twenty. That's what does Tony let everybody know where they can find you my twitter d twenty th under twenty eight hundred on facebook and all that Shit you can find. UW at United Wrestling Front It's ATP official. UWSA on facebook. That's what's up so since we've talked about a little bit before we get into it. You can find me on twitter and Instagram at Detroit. Knockout at Detroit. And Okay Oh. Ut make sure you're following the show at Keio Three C. pod twitter and instagram knockouts and three counts obviously watching the she already know that on facebook and on Youtube knockouts and three counts on Youtube. Where we've got all our stuff from star cast After the bell that Kyle in Smitty and I did yeah man like it Sherrit subscribe it. You know so help some people out hell. Yeah what he said. But since Tony Alluded to it already. A little bit. This show is going to help you get get ready for You WF Thrill Thrill Seeker. Tony tell us a little bit about the show and tell everybody where it's at where they can get tickets all that good stuff okay. Okay in South Bend Indiana at the Eagles. It's Kinda historic if you think about me recently. was there shooting the back backstory of Ruby riot and how she came up in the area so The fact that you know rustling at a place in a venue that was shown their network is Kinda big. You you know I don't know other questions asked but yeah where can they get tickets all that kind of stuff you. WF The best twenty twenty DOT PHILIPPE DOT COM. You can get your ticket. They ten bucks During mission kids can and under absolutely free bring your kids leave drunk talk Delo. They won't know they'll be going to sleep. That's when when I was a kid. She used to put Cognac bottle. Nominee get a little cognac and note numb. You're on good. Take a quick nap. You know now. My Momma didn't do that what you read in my faith breath through I can't incriminate my mother. I don't even know where to go from that. One Yes yes well before I forget and it slips my mind also thank you to everybody that came out and showed some love and our party with the boys from breaking down the ring at b-dubs this past Sunday. We had a great turnout. Man Probably I would say twenty to thirty people showed up. I mean we had the spot where you can do your own Promo. We gave away titles as we gave away t shirts I we gave away tickets to be. CWA Cataclysm which is going down December. Twenty Eighth Copeland's why not Michigan. We gave all kinds of stuff out so so Thank you for everybody that came out And also if you guys are looking for a house you know we tell you about these guys all the time. You should had already kind of know the deal but if you're looking for a house Shot out the Stransky and company. Strengthening company is the top producing real estate team specializes in individual strategy over the top strategy. The over the top service and continued success for their clients. They're the real estate easy button. If you're looking to buy seller invest call them at two four eight five six three nine four four nine or e mail mail them at Admin Industry and ski company DOT Com. Follow them on all their instagram face. Yeah Yeah Man. I mean. They've got all the stuff you WANNA find. Yeah anything else you WANNA know. Check them out. Stransky and company DOT COM. So let's get into this card a little bit Tony I saw the stuff. You were You sent went over to me to help you get ready for this and First of all. Why don't we start with the obvious year going to be wrestling on the card against a guy? Hi that I've never heard of so. Tell me about your match against. Is it Sadden Orse Sadan. Okay say Dan I set uh-huh but his name is I have more. I don't know what do you point by these days. But he got the little rock hair ninety eight when he was had curly shit would have blue. It looks like I'm GonNa kick him in a safe twice. Are you going to kick him. And that's all I'm a Bichon Shabak year. We have no chance to hill. Okay Vince nine. He's he's he's hit hard and You know I'm GONNA put some paint on my face I might you know and I've been doing that lately. I might spit in his face like who knows so tell me about that. What's up the face paint which is and Took a little trip. Well I didn't take. It was like a mental spiritual transition Robert met the demon that beats shouted. Kimchi Muto and He was like no you try. You can do this together and confronted my deal with on my side. That's what James State and one of my phone. So that's all I listen to. That sums it up. I can hang up on him intact. Just just say the word sounds good headgear. Anybody who social media why. That's always not doing that. Follow Randy Oh Randy Walker on twitter. So we've talked about Tony's match here. I'm interested to see what what happens now with this new. Look Tony Thunder. I haven't seen it yet in person. the next match on the card is another past guest to the show who also is kind of been going through a little bit of a change of pace change a look? The mysterious movado is. Channeling has been channeling his inner wolverine lately. He's going going to be facing directs. Odell tell me about that. I don't know much about Drexel Dell but I know plenty about mysterious Nevado. Both of these guys got about you. Know about roughly twenty years under their belt over these guys trained some of the best kids coming up in the area This is kind of like an enjoyable Boonchu remodeled being like with a wing. That was kind of like the incredible hulk so this is going to be like a witty reimbursement. Credible he'll I don't think they ever worked with each other her or recipes each other or fought each other but this this is going to be probably a standout matching. My opinion is going to be exciting to watch all right. So who the hell you got what. Oh man don't do like that. Have you know how we do on this show very easy all right. I'm with it and because Machado's past guests of the show. I'm already going that way anyway and before I forget this Friday. If you're in the Detroit area come out to the sanctuary. The bump uglies will be performing live. I've seen him lie before it's a show that you won't WanNa Miss. It's entertaining to say the least. They just made their return learn at A. B. Cwa At their last. Show here we go now. They're gonNA have another show. I got to see him a couple years ago at smalls in Hamtramck It's definitely going to be something interesting to see Devon if you're ever around when they're playing you definitely should go yeah. Whistles sells at our BC Dwa next week the man I was talking about the bubble uglies all this time. We've had a bottle showroom display Okay so tony. You're going to have to help me with some of the leg work because I don't know a lot of these names but the next match I got on the card for Thrill Seeker is going to be. Tk Zero Zero and Chris Gordon versus Jazz Lean Navarro Shayla hide. There's this matches. Uh if I'm not mistaken is the first Indians in their tag. That area seen I'm very excited about this woman. The ladies got a lot to offer. Especially oh you. Do you have their kick ass man. What else can I say Jocelyn has been really rocking? You know working with guys like trae. Miguel Oh from IMPACT OUR HASA show g you have a heart man G K and Chris Gorton they they come in they. Actually what's funny is that Chris. Gordon is a former house a true student and as early as a student of Drexel Tara. So that's kind of like a little little fellow input of what might happen with bottle and no dear author so low oh foreshadowing so the thing that interests me about this match Devon. I don't know if you've seen Any of the match card pictures or any of that stuff but the thing that gets me about this match is we've seen a lot of inter-gender stuff you've seen you know Tessa Blanchard and Sammy Callahan. And impact and you know Tessa. BLANCHARD verses Brian Cage and all kinds of stuff like that. But I don't remember the last time I saw a match where not only was it men versus women. But I don't know that I've really seen too many tag match where it's two men versus two women. tell me your thoughts about that on the match and You know what challenges does that present for these competitors. There's Tony Mute Devon for either one of you okay how you tag next question for you but Yeah I'll I'll say Israel okay at some kind of caught me off guard too. I was thinking to say I don't know last time I saw editor tag match. But I'm I I really would like to see this batch Varroa. Someone I've I've seen around the area if you WANNA check her out once again I'm in Texas will be highest bidder bantered about spars being on the show a few times. I'm definitely looking forward to Sam or caring what happens with this match but yeah totally what you think about tag team wrestling man Man This is like I said. I don't think the area ever seen it so definitely something new something refreshing. Uh I'll be on We gotta so we're GONNA have to show coming up shortly after the The event on the thirtieth so you guys will be able to check. Yeah now I will be hosted by Giovanna who is GonNa rebel collision as well. Okay so That's what's up. So is it going to be like A. Is it going to be like a blog style thing. Is it GONNA be like matches or clips. Or what can we expect from the Youtube. Show Tony All right right. Tony Tony's having some technical difficulties like you said Devon. That match is going to be interesting to me. I've not I don't I don't know that I've ever seen a tag match where it was. Two women verse two men so that match Interest me to say the least because I don't know quite what to expect with that one another match that we got on this card. You've got another past guests of the show Sean Tyler versus diesel tracks versus Jack Thriller Taylor. I've seen all I feel like I've seen all three of them. I Know I've Seen Jack Thriller in Sean Tyler You got any thoughts on that match Devon. Yeah so it's like a bunch of the pack members man We we we've had tony only joking. I'm talking about the rat. Pack with but not say sticking diesels wanted a pack member of the. No Tyler was a pack member too so They get some Pekka dissention here. Tony back in here with no and then you've got okay Tony's calling back in now so Next match we got on a card. You've got a war INC versus Tigray Bazooka Let me let me jump in here. Real quick if you've ever seen the war boy it drew Jacobsen. I thought that was him. Yes you gotta see. This do live in a person I am a few times exi- somewhere else to do when he when he gets into war. Boy Mold Matt You. You don't know what he's going to get into bed. He went to Proving Grounds One time and basically the the crowd had to continuously be on edge because he jumping on people in the crowd like a whole night. I mean as it'll be interesting to the last time I in. This is a long time ago so the last time I remember seeing dray Jacobs you and I they were at the show at the Masonic Temple for Excise. CW and yeah. It was a Yet it was not rights that right and that was the last time I remember seeing dray Jacobs in front of me. I've seen keenum a bunch of different places and obviously I mean for being a big guy like he is man the guy can move. He's very athletic for being that big Like I said man you hit the nail on the head. The Guy is somebody definitely to watch for sure. WE'RE GONNA have Tony back on here in a couple of seconds to help us break down the rest of this card But while we wait with real quick though not usually order fat not just randomly brought up Matt if an arena. You usually all over that. We're trying to mature here and it's almost nineteen but We all we already know we got. We got love for Queen Almond Outta here. When I was in Japan I did not know she was in Japan? But that's pretty fucking. Who is she? You work with I think the name of the company is marvelous wrestling. She she's Basically doing was not young boy. I guess it'd be young girl. Stay there like she's training and working away in. Yeah I'm GonNa make an open invitation for Clinton come back on the show talk about her time at Japan. Hey I'm all for that. I have no problem with that. We can talk about time in Japan. We can talk about her match on smackdown. There's plenty of stuff to happen. She's really really been making some moves and not to mention. I mean she's helping train a friend of mine Hunter that trains down there at the Ohio pro wrestling academy so Yeah Queen Manado follow replace way. I just realized this is Michigan Ohio State. We can't talk about. She lives in Colombo. She's hearing America's lives at Columbus yet. We talked about queen out until after Saturday at the Michigan Gets uh-huh shut your mouth all right next up with some things you just have become the grip. I'm not in denial. Oh I didn't say that we weren't going. I didn't say we were going to win. I just don't want to reference the fact that I have to go into this game knowing that I can't stand Ohio state and there's more than likely chance that my team is about to get the shit kicked out of them. So what were you saying stages surveys got really depressing. I it really did so to liven up the mood while Tony gets his connections us taking care of How about we talk like a little bit about the party We had the big party down at b-dubs with the boys from breaking down the ring We had a great turnout man. I would say Probably Twenty twenty five people there. Something like that There's a lot of our folks and we're actually in Chicago for the event two so first of all shoutout to all of our friends from the reality or a newsgroup. which if you're not a part of make sure you join the group on facebook We had city was their sith. was there you had Let's see who else was there. You head city had sith you had Christie and Cole came. You had Chris James. Who's always with US Abi? CWA and all his homeys came through. Scotty was down there with us. She had Cody and Some of the other guys I play softball with were down there. And can I just say that Z. Unmasking himself self during his Promo. They're the party was quite interesting. I heard you guys have like little Promo stations set up Batman might deal. Where was that when when I was there? Well it's because you left us and don't love US anymore but it at seven percent true. What'd you say? That's only thirty seven percent only thirty seven so there's thirty seven percent of you. That doesn't love anymore. That makes me feel real awesome but It's smacktalk showdown They actually followed us on instagram. So shout out to you guys There it's so essentially. It's a thing where you pick a at least from what I'm seeing. You pick a card you have to cut a promo based on whatever whatever the card says and then you gotta obviously cut your Promo Smitty almost ruined because he almost broke it all including Mikey's like he's phone or whoever's phone was doing but that's neither here nor there so so this Mike came about this is like an actual game or a actual professional step up so I don't know I don't no no if I don't know if Mikey created smacktalk showdown but That's what it's associated with so I don't know if he's the one that created it but I know they plugged them a lot on their stuff plus they followed us after the show so I don't know much about him but it was pretty funny. Watching people cut promos also also find out more about this. Well I totally forgot to go to your thing on Sunday looking forward to it too because I love b-dubs that that hurts randy. Sorry that hurts. See Randy Randy's being serious when he's being sarcastic. I was being serious. This randy doesn't let it anymore garlic wings because it's an actual sauce everybody else just tosses like Parmesan cheese and crushed garlic with their wings. Butler b-dubs makes it into a sauce and hustling land. I can't argue with that. So pretty damn good. Wake saucy can't even argue that so so again while we're waiting on Tony to join us Did you hear the news in the world about the rumored fight. That is supposed to happen in April. I know what you're talking about. It was a Khabib and uh-huh somebody else Khabib in Tony Ferguson. Give me your thoughts on that fight. And then I'll go into mind Wait a minute okay. So Ah I HAVE NOT BEEN FILING IMA May. I'm having a brain fart right now. Is this fight the name of trying to make like seven times already. Yeah Yeah. They've tried a whole bunch. Okay all right all right. He's got might so. Hopefully it actually happens this time It's a fight. I wanted to see for a couple years now. I feel like this is really the only spied out there man. That's like the fight that as needed to happen the for years and justify it needs to happen now I I'm with it. So here's my thing. I was talking to my buddy corey. Who if you watch knockouts and three counts after for the bill He's done quite a few of them with me When there may related We were talking about it on my way home from work today. So this fight is very intriguing to me Because I definitely would say Tony. Ferguson deserves a shot at the a shot at the title. But you know corey where he was like Yo but Tony can fight off his back and he's GonNa cut could be but so. Here is my issue with that logic. I I don't think that tone is going to get eaten up by any means but for people to just say that Tony is going to be able to play his Jitsu to an land elbows on Khalid that's going to be a tall order Because to me yes you can be a great. Ju Jitsu Practitioner in Tony. Ferguson has proved to be that. But here's the problem. Khabib has pressure like nobody. I've seen in recent memory and having that wrestling print pressure combined with the fact that he can punch you in. The FACE IS GONNA make Tony's Jujitsu hard to get off. Now if anyone can submit could be from there would be Tony but I feel like this fight is going to be a lot harder for Tony than people are like wanting to make it. I think we've got Tony back on the line. Tony Oh my guard. Tony has returned so before we get back to you W. F. since we were already in mid conversation did you hear about the fight about The fight white with Khabib in Tony Ferguson. That's being proposed in. Do you have any thoughts on third. Time's a charm. They should I think it's been more than three shit. Man is at the top of his game. Aim Right now is a fighter. Everybody's been wanting to see I've got to go with a beat man. He's just rare form right now. The piss off Nova McGregor pissed off. It was like Shit raked. Do you know I'm I'm with you bro. I mean never I haven't haven't seen somebody hop the cage and go ape shit like that in a long time before competed that so devin. You didn't give us your pick. Who Do you got and then we'll jump back into you? WF I said give me your. I was saying. Tell us who you think's GonNa win out to be been Tony and then we'll jump back into. WF there could be certainly against that. I mean that's a pretty safe bet. I'm not even mad at you for that. So wait real quick random random Thought so I don't think we talked about the w power thing. Oh my God wait wait not jumping into it. But I'm I'm watching the new episode right now and they're wrestling in front of empty a student really yes. It was a wasn't a Aaron. Stevens question is the Dawson's right now. An empty studio so They shot a bunch of stuff this weekend. That's crazy interesting though. I definitely got to check that out especially with the timing. It might just be this mashed book but half paying attention attention but yeah. This is an empty studio this interesting. I'm sorry hi. WLS All right so tony while you were getting a Things situated the last match talked about was the tag match between war INC and Tigray Bazooka Uh what are your thoughts out. That's a classic styles right. Durham Anna Warner Inc.. Are brawlers man. Those guys go in in in every sense of the word. dre Jacobs is been all over. I'm sure you guys have seen them at excise. Y-you the guy the guy's a freak of nature man in he's he's altered his character somewhat. You can see the change in him you know he confronted. His team is not their own. Hitch side shut up Jane Smith by the way this is Justin timberlake's favorite pro pro wrestling. MMA podcast and also Jane snus favorite pro wrestling and intimate pike. Ask So shout out to Jane Smith once again Buys album twice. But you. I think we've also got Jaden. Smith's number one fan you don't lap kyle. Somebody's got you can't really tell what a pitcher but there to bake guys like this. This is a clash of titans. Men Are Jay. Jacobs is a small guy Justin Dreams on a small God. Bazooka is probably big in both of them as far as height goals and muscle mass. Josh Obey Been Doing Lucho for while they've been all over the world doing it so this is like a brawler burst. Lucia town. See those big guys do the way they do. It's very is going to be very interesting because I've been in before and that guy hits hard so him and Jacobs you know them guys slugging it out. It's definitely going to be something. I'm looking forward to so. Who are you taking? ooh I wanNA take the experience on this Zukin Tigray I don't know man I think Devon and I were leaving the other way they go hard man but Bazooka Antiga so you guys are really not familiar with them. I'm sure them immoral Southwest in Mexico based Nando. There's really not the market. Say about those gusts. I'll have to check this out for sure not familiar with the other team boy. I've I've seen them and I I don't know how how extreme that at this show is GonNa get just be careful people worldwide gets a little crazy out. There ain't gets a little crazy out there all right tony so I gotta ask your opinion on this one because we talked about this match while you were out to because we knew one of the guys in the match so the other match we talked about was was Sean Tyler versus diesel tracks versus Jack Thriller. Now accede excuse me this proxy thank. That's original right there. So what are your thoughts on this match. This is like a pack matched. I mean. Well Assan Tyler is not back at all. He's not that that's not packed. Tyler is not back and I'm GonNa just leave that at that sums that up any thoughts on the other two gentlemen Jackson thriller has has is is a veteran man. He he's he was the head trainer at Dan Sovereigns Jim and Co water. Michigan will price glory. He strained the few guys on the car. We have and Jack Dempsey got the experience in this one. He's a he's crazy man he can control the crowd like no other. He's are we getting better with age and time is like wine. You know. Okay I need to hear your guys. Opinionated go ahead. He's like fermented hoots. So I gotta ask you guys opinions on this guy. Because I've heard about him around the Detroit area but I've never seen him live in person. So the next match that came up for me is aqua bre versus this excalibur. I've heard of Akubra. I don't know much about him. So what are your thoughts on this match. Tony a little bit more about these guys than I do. Let everybody we know what they can expect with this. One Opera Bro Aka Sign Satin Aka sweat as you mentioned. He's he's been trade area awful while now he's taken over Atlanta and Florida The Guy can fly. You know he He went from getting sweaty to getting it wet with aqua world. So Oh you know ladies little for Akubra have nothing scalpels the ham and he's he's also a high flier liars. I'm just going to be this match is GonNa take air. No both of these guys are good at taking air with their areas saw. Both of these guys are really quick So you can expect a lot of highs with this. I mean that seems to be what always gets fans going man nets. That's a match that stood out. Let me 'cause like I said I've heard a lot about Akubra. I haven't seen him in person but I've heard a lot about him in Detroit area time to the Mid West and I think maybe f three or four years. I don't I'm not sure about that but I know he's been gone for a while. Well then let's see how is coming ends up The next match that I've got up is It's going to be passed to the show a show. Excuse me Durell Jackson other passages hazardous. Show Ken cash. I don't know what that says. Percy Percy Andrew Percy Andrews and is that I don't know how is it we know he is that what it is still busy. Oh Okay so bruce all right so we'll do the another representative of the pack. You know I'm biased on that one because you know back the packers the packers you know. But I'll I'll I'll I'll you guys know how can cash gets down. He's trying to. He's GonNa try to dance over everybody's faces he's GonNa try to step it up. You Know He. He's he's GONNA run pay. I'm paying rump Iran. Do all of that stuff you know. You Got Percy Andrews Andrews Manny's he's a great up and comer he's recently made his debut with Horace Lamb. He you're trained by Kongo Kong Dave Chris so if you guys know anything about those you guys you guys know that Percy's got something to watch out for and then you've got oil Jackson you know he's also pack so see him boozy interact with each other after the pack fallout and not really only talking sense that that's going to be interesting in. It's all right but on the future math. I think Percy Andrews is going to surprise everyone with a big win municipal way drew Jackson's Paco. derosa impact but you know when the Had Fallen out guys. Kinda kinda split up guys kind of left the area you know the fallout has been unfolding for about the past six months. You know kind of boil down to four guys fighting over. I forgot what's Steven. Rogers says it was about the hand signal. Some say we should grab the ring. Finger Grabbed the Middle Finger I don't know what that means kids but at the end of the day you know we're back and we're back in full effect is GonNa be the first time in over a year. That the entire rat pack doc will be under the same roof and like I said since the fallout still might be wars. That said you know amongst each other. And they're still might be a little beef in heat there so luos led to expect with this. So that's a perfect lead into the next match You were talking about Stephen Drug Ner He's got Chris Rains. I don't really know what to think about. Chris Raines because he kind of looks like if your math teacher got pissed off and wanted to wrestle so I don't know much about this guy he. I'm sure here's somebody's gem teacher and math teacher in the same class. You know. Teach you math. While he's groveling. Can you up. If you don't got the right answer. He choked you out so you know but again I'm biased with the pack. No Stephen Draws near his win against the likes of guys like Al Snow above bad wellman went. He's he's definitely You never know what to expect withdrawing 'cause sometimes you know you may take him seriously and he may do some something silly that those you off guard. He's he's all about mind games and you never know which way he's going to try to control you in the match so his mental ability in the ring alone is something to watch out for. I mean like I said I've heard Utah. I've heard you talk about him before. I don't know that I've I've seen him personally. Live but Like I said man I mean. There's a lot of guys on this card. Who maybe I haven't seen but they're all guys that I've a lot of guys on here that I've heard of you've been there definitely guys that are making noise? If you're in the Indiana area man you need to come out and check this show out the next match worrying. Say can we go back to to Metro quick short so Jackson man I haven't seen him. I don't think I've seen them this year man. So what's what's going on with him as he is still been wrestling in the area or is making a comeback or what was going on with realme dwells took a little time off to be a great father you know. He's he's always in the gym always trying to kick people in the head. That's his favorite thing to do. I don't know why he likes kicking people in head as you guys know. He's fought in the cage before he's Daron cruickshank right. He fought past Gessler. Show Miles Jerry mouse jury. That's what it was sorry. Sorry but yeah. The guy's a freak of nature man on you never know what to expect with him but you can expect violence. That's one thing you can expects who okay so with his background you know. Is there anybody that you might liken him to that somebody for those that. Maybe haven't seen around four that I would compare him to currently wrestling. Yeah rustling or otherwise you know something that people can you know kind of get an idea of what they got. Expect from. Terrell Jackson Maybe filthy lawler. That's the first one the mind and For guys who don't know filthy lawler is the w champion currently and he likes kicking people in the head. So it doesn't Matt Riddle Doral Brooklyn Derail. The one thing I say about the road is a little different than those two is is that he doesn't just focus on his strikes. Derail can take air derail. Russell you down to the match. Dwell is is is an awesome word rail rounded. You know you never know what to expect I with him physically in the rain. But you know it's GonNa hurt everything. He throws so quick sidebar since you mentioned him and he was the name that you guys that you Like you know compared him to. Where do you guys think? We're GONNA see filthy. Tom Waller next because rumor has it that his contract with them L. W. is about up man I would like to see him any and everywhere man. He's got a lot to bring to the table as far as entertaining and in putting on great matches Essentially mentioned power early. Al Like to see what he can do in that type of you know style of wrestling blink. You know what I mean That would be a totally different look from MSW for sure absolutely devon any thoughts on filthy time I like to see him in in ring of honor. I rang honor in the air. They need Fresh talent that can Bracing eyeballs to the company. Give some fresh talent the opportunity to flourish man. I think that's a great place time lawler. He's definitely done as thing in MSW In on the Andes. I read about. It would be a great platform. I agree with that and speaking of ring of honor. Another side. Note with Mardi scrolls contract allegedly being this Saturday. Where do you guys think is the future for him So I don't know if you saw the news that Marty apparently apparently They say are reporting says that he is going to compete at final battle. It's GonNa be him and flip versus Bandido and Flamenco I do that show right. Yes what I saw for me I. I know this is is going to sound obvious but to me I want to see him call i. I mean I'm cool with wherever you go but if I had to guess where I think he's going to go I think he's going to W I think I'll be their biggest. That's very arguable. That's very arguable. Fact now awa they would just wait visit contract run out to go over there so I mean I'm GonNa stick with what I thought. Yeah I mean that's pretty much that's pretty much. I think the sediments of most people that they all think he's going over to aws he w and here's the question if he does go to eight. W who would you like to see him. You know what are some interesting prospects for him in. Aws You guys is would like to see if he does go there. Orange Cassidy Bergerson Bill. It I got to see that would be a hell of a match. Yep that's a good one. I'm because they both are funny. You know got great characters. People people are jumping orange. cassie right. They've seen the clips. You go by a man can go. Yeah I was was he jumps out of that are funny the man can go man and I think it would be a funny match. It'll be entertaining but I think it'd be a good straight match. That's a very good option. I've got a couple of other ones. That are maybe a little more character driven but I think that they would still be good matches Personally personally I don't know why but I think that a match between Marty and Darby Allen would be very interesting nice and I also think if that another match that would be very interesting just because of the Styles and I know they got his three together. Is I think a match between Marty and Jimmy Havoc or a story with them. Would it'd be interesting also going but if I had to go with the match lowest a mentor to that I would think would be great for him with two guys with with them. Bantu guys have been a bit of a chip on shoulder so to speak. I would like to see him Shawn Spears. Go at it just to see you know who has the biggest chip on her shoulder who who is really trying to prove themselves bigger than what they've been given I like that and here's another question that it just made me. Think of so if you watched Awa last week you saw Hangman say that you know he needed to kind of step back from the boys in the elite if Marty he does go to. Aws Do you think that he's going to immediately link up with The elite or do you think we see him try to expand villain enterprises over day. W that's a good question man. If skirl goes over the AWA billionaire Ed the process basically Dan my pain But you gotta realize Mardi score will be become an end as has basically like a big free agent. I don't think they would wanNA put the two of them in a feud against each other. Maybe them working together conceive. See that yeah I could see. I could maybe seeing them doing something together. I think they probably want to build. Scroll up. Bite him by himself. Very good point in the last match that I've got on tap for You WF Thrill Seeker is. Let me see where we at Larry. Roger Linear versus Louis Lyndon. I don't know either of these guys so Tony School separate quick You Louis London at W. Array. He teamed up with his brother flipped. Hendry aren't Yep Yep never mind. I thought he looked familiar. I just didn't see him. I didn't recognize the name. You're right a Louis London man. He's Oh my God he's he's a man. That guy is one of the most underrated guys in the indies. That most people you haven't heard of Due to injury him step in that for a while when he was at the peak of his career. If you just youtube search was lined in you'll see him against the likes of world you name it Johnny Gargano Ricochet Ma'am I'm drawing a blank. But I don't want to super namedrop but that guy has as seen at all. He's he's been through it all and The car doesn't say it but this is actually for the U. Championship. Recently relinquished by Rene depre- so these guys are GonNa be brawling out by these guys are going for the biggest prize in our company and Is is going to be great to see. See what they can do. Because Roger being trained by Dan Suffering and coming from that school and being under the wing of Louis Lender for a while it is. It's going to be in his mind to step out of that shadow to show Lewis London that he can go the distance in that he can become a chance. And this is. This is probably going to be my favorite match to watch watch so Tony. I don't know if you're watching the live feed but the homemade chase burnett would shoot mad shots so when you get done with this feel free to go back and respond to those shit. He's a Tony was having to put more minutes on his phone. No see what happened. was I usually three minutes after nine. I am with me calling at like eight fifty. I was using my minutes so since I had no more minutes. My free after nine minutes wasn't working so had to go one to get a pay car her and Salad Burnet for actually providing the Lippo. He was like you know under. I got a flip phone for your brother. I haven't used it in a while but if it still works you can have and and I threw it off a ten story building and it still works. So there's that to taste the net. A man shut up nets. Favorite tasteful nets favorite rapper of Alzheimer's Jaden Smith. He say that to park himself. Were put his stamp on Jane Smith and I couldn't agree more. Hey Jason is going to be in a Raila Music Theater on Sunday. Jake got the whole lassie. Well the question is is Tony Thunder going to be the building man. If I'm not a really Jaden Smith Fan as the cost so also I need to address this endeavor near perfect person to talk about this. With 'cause ring the Bell we both were in that arena. So was they're right. We both were there. So Stephanie says that the allstate arena sucked. I very much so disagree. Hold on let me let me take a stab. It is so at least it. Hit me up After takeover okay and she was like. I don't like that building. I'm like why I guess where they were sitting. She said the site line. Wasn't that good now. I'm like I don't know where that is because to me at the building has some of the best sight lines I've ever seen and then the the sound I've heard all cozy status plenty of times. I love working in all those. My horizon got. That would sell it so the sound reverend right back down. I'll tell you like he. He wasn't live like that. That plays sounds great. Like I said one of the loudest arenas ever been in. I've been there twice twice money in the bank last year and Delatour five this year is to be regretted rain. I love it so I couldn't agree with you more that's one of my favorite. Arenas that I've ever gone to watch wrestling in exactly for the reason that you said because both nights even though they were vastly different crowds when I went there with you it was for an xt and money in the bank. Those crowds were insane. And I don't know will maybe why they weren't able to see good. Maybe it was because of the two rings for war games or something but I mean dude that arena reno when the crowd goes nuts is just so loud which makes there. It makes it feel like so much more energized during the show Tastes Burnett. Said don't you slander me. Dale Smith you said to himself a sample on Jane Smith and that's how you became a favorite person of all time. What about men Chase Burnett? A lot of people may not know And I think two thousand twelve two thousand thirteen halloween. He was ready for when I was Scott Blue Elementary. Oh so me and says Brunette are you know to Pete's in the pot you know we both love Jaden Smith. We both got flip phones. The need minutes and manage this is just the housing to say. I have nothing for this but just to finish the thought with allstate arena for me man. It was one of my favorite arenas never watch wrestling wrestling in. Just because like you were saying Devon like stone cold this set on multiple occasions I mean maybe not as much during money in the bank but men at takeover man that that building was just. I don't even know how to put it. I mean it was just electric. Dude I don't sadists if you want to criticize I will say this. It is older building so as far as like you know Concessions to the outside. You does it could definitely use updates but as far as being in their Watson show man to me. It's one of the best so Tony I'd like to get your opinion on this too because it brings up a good question so I can agree with that to a degree but I'm going to like in that arena to where we were at in Baltimore for a full gear it was a smaller arena. They're more of an older arena For me you know we had the Joe Louis Arena here for how long you know for me I almost like the the older arenas just 'cause it's Kinda got that that I don't know that just that nostalgic feel to it like that old school feel to it. You know what what are your the thoughts on The older buildings and do you like You know do we do like. Do you like older buildings better. What are your thoughts on that kind? Kinda stuff man as you know man a lot of sports arenas are getting toward down and building new ones and you know it's Kinda like it's kind of like a couple of age thing man. It's it's sad to see him go. But it's one of those things where you wanna see with future holds. You know retractable roofs. And and the way to cede needs sarin you know lazy boys and all that But we personally man I've always wanted to change. And to Wrestle Ngobila Serena and and things like that so to see all these old venues and stadiums and arenas getting tore down. It sucks hurts that you know you won't be able to. I'll check that one off the bucket list so to speak so randy. I don't know if you're paying attention to the live. Feed but Chase Burnett is just offered up Tony Thunder spot brought and said that we should let you close the show with us. I mean I kinda do Rancho special super host. Like it wasn't ready it wouldn't be a KFC throughout all GonNa Notice. I mean Wendy Rennie. Wants you know what he did was. He took his pinky finger right. Tell you put it in all Finnish. He took his pinky finger right. Any Brennan into the air and in a flock of business came to him and he was just like Nah hose. y'All can't have randy. If you could only see the look on his face right now all he was just like Nah Bitch. It's you you can't have and I was like I was like Randy and he's like no. We don't want you coming thunder. We want the Randy I have. So we have drug rally and the Red Okay Rainey's got more personalities than anybody else on go without even trying that comes out in derry white plan all right before we get out of here man. I'd be remiss miss if we don't bring it up so we've talked about you. UBF Thrill Seeker. You need to be there if you're in the Indiana area but also in the Detroit. Area December sixth evolve is coming back to town and next Tuesday. We're going to be bringing a guy who said she mentioned in w a power. I don't know if you guys peeped peeped it jd Drake Jay. Drake was in the high spots commercial last week I'm really looking forward to this interview especially considering we kind of want to bet the last time. Jd Drake was involved with our show and breaking down the ring but that being said I'm going to bowl against jd. Drake either before or after the show. So make sure you're staying tuned to our social media but What are your thoughts on jd? Drake in bringing him on the show as well as evolve love and he's a great talent and undeniable. Like you see where he's at. He's there for reason man. I don't know how good is. Bola skills are verses. You do. I know you get download. How so you know? That's going to be a good match Mount Honestly which all brains in the table Baldwin. And that's GonNa be it's GonNa be a good look. I'm not above low blows just saying and now man now chase his. I know y'all been going back and forth from the social media about the Bonin thing but later this at all you know I was talking to Devon about off the show and since we're on the show you know there hasn't been unofficial wager said I haven't thought of a wager because I didn't really know where to go with it. So if you've got any ideas that aren't too crazy and over the top throw him out out there and Chase Burnett now his called US evolve listeners. Choose we should make a list of things that have our listeners to do like a poll so where even the listeners can add things to it and the winner is the wager. That's long as as long as it's like honorable you know. Yeah yeah that's my thing. It can't be nothin' thin like super crazy dude. It can be fun but I think a little too crazy so chase burnett has just now informed us that did you guys know that were evolved shells now what So Chase says boo. You guys revolved chills now team to Harvey. Jason is my mom's favorite wrestler. I leave L. There's one due to low Line in the sand so Yeah so look here I just ask a simple question. I just wasn't expecting the response I got in return. And that's not to say that. I'm not a fan of Darby Allen so before we get out of here let's let's just nip that in the bud just because I didn't like I didn't expect his answer to my question. I'm a fan of the guy so I mean I've got no issue with RB Allen but yeah it's GonNa it'll be interesting. Jd Drake's going to be a fun interview. You can check out his interview with the homeys breaking down the ring to help you get ready for that. You've got evolve and all that good stuff plus like like we mentioned beef. CWA coming again this month. You Got Cataclysm and it'd be a ceremony for online now on that O.. J. Says he's got to talk to me off air about this. So who knows real real quick real quick that so got involved on the thirteenth we got shine and Kaija big battle. Come to Nicer Columbus Center as as well. We've seen shine here before we got double D rose to the weapon of asked Structure Coming on Charlotte That but I bet you are looking forward to that but could seriously so there's two shows that there's shine and then there's a big battle I don't know if you guys know anything about Kaija big battle but go on Youtube and look. This is God's Zillah and pro wrestling mixed together. It's the craziest thing I've ever say I'm halfway thinking about flying back to Detroit that weekend show chase is Godzilla like you summon him from the waters and he comes and destroy the whole fucking city and you know what that's just one of his party nights that's not even him trying to turn up. Pay Man we hold on a second. This is real sitting on my lap on a serious note. Jaber Network Party Amy Body under an in Maine Chamber net with hardy. Them under the Falcons. So Tony I don't know if you know this but definite I can attest to this Because we went out with chase and other pass guests to the show Zine silver to help them celebrate their birthday electric. And can I say that this guy this guy is like the fucking energizer bunny with a beard and a lot of tie-dye home. That's just a bald side. That's not the boozy side. I mean off the cusp. ESTES him being out. I mean this dude is on another level when he goes out a lot of fun but he's on another level you gotta get level man like you know how to party like Chase Burnett Style and you know his level. Don't even show. You're not trying to turn up donald term. I think he's trying to turn up. I mean I think Tony has pretty much. Hit the nail on the head. Radi how we doing on on-time over. Oh Shit were away over so with that being said man were at that time. Tony Three your social media out and let everybody know where they can get. Tickets gets for U W F. This weekend I'll be. Let's get down tonight. Lead coming out. You find your tickets at you. Dash Twenty twenty dot ticket leap DOT COM tickets on sale for ten bucks general admission kids ten and under for free. We go back washed episode again. A to look at what. The card is in in mock predictions as well is what to look forward to. I'm GonNa find me on Facebook at twenty eight hundred. You finally instagram them at the thunder on Snapchat Tony Underwood under Tony. That everywhere except in my mom's house so Tony before before you get Outta here. So are we going to see you a knockouts and three counts more often here because It was nice having you back on the show here. Are we gonNA see on here with us more often. I'll always I see. Also you asked Him Papa Collins and Kevin Matt or I did. I'll I'll see you author under the bus air but I'll be back more. Don't judge new skied now so there's no reason why I can't merge in. There's no reason for technical difficulties. The rang has made everything right in the world. So Hey yes you will see. This is good news devon let everybody know where they can find you and Anything you need to put out there let them know about all stick no sizzle again. Yep Yep so on twitter you can find me. At Devon's sixth graders. D E V. I N T H six three on instagram. You could find me allstate. No still little work and I said I'm baking up content right now. January six twenty twenty shows coming back day before my birthday so Up W looking forward to it and that's about it and last but not least you can find me at on twitter and Instagram at Detroit. Knockout Account at Detroit. And Okay Oh. Ut make sure you're following the show at Kale Three C. pot on both twitter and instagram knockouts and three counts podcast on facebook and knockouts and three counts on Youtube. And and you can check out all of our past episodes. You can hear our episode with Human Tornado. You can hear our episode of Jimmy Jacobs. You can hear our episodes Kongo Kong Shane. Taylor Booker. T. Bruce Prichard Eric. Bischoff I mean we can keep going through. I mean Chase Burnett's always welcome but chase knows. Is that so cornet. I don't know the Devon would be a big fan of that. Let's jump cornet so we can bring Ronald. You know you feel me over I would. I would not be opposed to happen to a coordinator well with that being said. Let's put it out into the universal. Never you'll never know what'll happen here on knockouts and three counts. That being said. Make sure you're checking us out next Tuesday. 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The Juan Hour #24 | The Smiths, entanglement, and Wayfair

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The Juan Hour #24 | The Smiths, entanglement, and Wayfair

"You're now listening. To the one hour with your host, one one Yala. Welcome to another episode of the one hour. Today. We are joined by somebody who hasn't been on the show for quite some time. My Fiance Tammy. What's up? Buddy. So Terry. We talked about obviously. Something that came up. And is pretty high right now. But do you, WanNa win an entanglement. Now. I decline. In on quantum physics of quantum entanglement. It's. Things are there's two particles, and they're always intertwined together, even no matter how far away they are. That's quantum entanglement, so I just thought that was really I had never heard of it until Jada used it. Yeah well. The memes are fucking hilarious. Yeah, people are super creative. I? I feel that. She he pretty much humiliated him. Yeah. Like one hundred percent, I wouldn't be surprised if because he told me happened what four years ago. Yeah, they specifically were like. It was four years ago, so they've found weird that when they like woke up, it was part of like the news. But who brought it up? Though it's my pleasure, he was on a podcast. And I don't know what they were talking about on the podcast because I haven't necessarily heard the whole thing I just heard the snip where he was like. You know will gave me his blessing conversation that I. Could you know carry a relationship with Jada? which supposedly those bolsheviks? While the the only reason that will Smith and Jada came out to talk about this because they. There's been rumors about them. Being swingers for like over fifteen years. What would surprise of a lot of people in Hollywood were swingers, Yeah Wall they've never addressed it an even on this last show that she did the Red Table Talk, she says we never address these things. The only reason I think that they addressed it was because August I'll see. No was putting words in Wilson's mouth. events put things on Herm oh. Yes, yes. So, I think that's the only reason they addressed it. And obviously it wasn't. That will Smith gave him his blessing. It's like what he said. They were separated in whatever she did she did. That's the entanglement. I. What what really? Bothers me is that? To know that. Will Smith himself is the CUC. Lord himself. WHO First of all, let's let's before we even go there. Would it be acceptable? If. You're separated not, divorced separated. Let's say you're married. You're separated, right? You're a married couple you separate. Is it or is it not okay to go out? And be entangled was other people other individuals I think that depends on what your understanding and what your plan on the separation is. Right so. If. It's a separation where we're trying to work things out I think that would be a problem. If it's a separation with a plan of divorce than I'm like whatever you know like. You go do your thing. I'll go do my thing. We're just waiting on making divorce rather than separation, but if we're like separated, because like we shouldn't be in the same household together because we need a work on things on our self. then. I would have an issue with you. Being with someone else. Yeah can agree with you on that like if you're GONNA if you're separated to get divorced, there's no coming back from it. Yeah, then okay To a certain right because you're still married, yeah! But if you guys I feel like if I e, let's say it was our scenario and I'm really open with you and I would be like. Hey, look, we're separated. We're going to get a divorce. Are you cool with me? Do My thing and you do your thing and we come to an agreement like yeah, that's what it is okay. But if in my head I'm like we're done and in your head, you're like no. We're still going to be together and then I go do that then it's a problem. Yeah and. It just blows my mind how easy it is to well not easy to get married. Economy is pretty easy to get married. That's extremely easy, and then it's super hard to get divorced. Yeah, like not supposed to. You're not supposed to get divorced. That's why it's hard and it's expensive. Yeah, it's very expensive because I've known people who have gone divorced, it's like Oh, I'm and that's why people stay separated. Because after the other person assigned papers, the person being a dig that I want to sign paperwork. I know people that have gone through three year divorces. And that's three years of legal fees. And then I know people that have been separated for like four years now. And haven't spoken to each other talk to each other in those four years. They just don't WanNA financially. Do the divorce. But you can't get married again until you divorce them. The things that obviously the memes are that are going around withhold. Or is it the of the fresh Prince of despair? Yeah, yeah, the are bad marriage for life. BE R. Bad, merge they. They really said that though they said that at the end like she did the whole like bad boys line like we ride together. We die together because they're like. We've been through a lot. This ANASSA shoes like we ride together. We dive together and then they're both like bad marriage for life and they do this whole like. Handshake thing. It wasn't just a meam leg. It really happened. Y- blows my mind how they could he? They just went from one of the highest like. He was so respected and I feel like that one red table. Talk just like what? What did I not tell you? When it first came out I, always a corking like no, he's not like that I'm like. Yes, the fuck is like. If I don't know if you heard or for. Like for like super, young Super Young, and they've had their things where they've broken up and gone together and gender on like and the guy. Remember. How I told you that there was somebody who's like super in love with her. It was to park. Yeah, she was in love with him. To Yeah? It was to park and I couldn't think of who it was, but then like what messes me up, is that you have this museum going around or whatever? It is a picture of her daughter, writing a letter to to park to come back to make her mom happy, and all that bullshit and I should never even met the fucking guy. She's not even does not even his dad that her dad. Yeah I don't know. How do how would that make me feel as a father? To have my wife's ex dead ex-boyfriend, my daughter to be writing a letter like imaginary letters to him to come back. Valerie? They're they're. They are not that they're an interesting family. What the call centric! At our no over the call it. You know when you're when you're. We look the so far like a fucking. They're definitely an interesting family like kids in all. Yeah so there. Is there a centric but of people so a centric is? Slightly stretchy. You know yeah, yeah, right, okay! Bye, no white grammar and my. Question yourself though but. I'll I'll admit I'm, GonNa, be honest here for a second one I'm doing what I'm doing. An interview with somebody in there talking talking if I go to say something or I wanna sound smart it Roku Google. Toe Word now, blake at all by the way to embellish what you were talking about like. What should this guy? I study so yeah. They're definitely obviously have Jada. What's what Jaden is his name? The son Jaden Jaden Smith. And what's the daughter them? She super fucking weird to. I don't know 'cause now. I'm just thinking about one time when you just said a word and it wasn't what it was supposed to be a phnom trying to think about that. So. My focus is coming off on Oracle. Her name is willow willow willow. She is. They're both out of this world. His first son from his other marriage is about as normal as that family gets. WHO The hell's! He has a son. And an ex wife. And they're all like blended ish or never. I've never heard never seen the other code. Yeah, he's he will. He hasn't been in the spotlight much. It's just recently. He's come like around more by. He has an older son from another woman and thereby normal as that whole. Bunch ghetto, but but. Like. We were talking about before. In that? Red Table Talk will says that when they broke up for years ago. He was done with her. But she was like I was broke. You know the typical. Broken. I was her trying to find before you get into again and all that stuff for you get into that. How would How different would it be? If he was the one that did that. Instead of her I've seen a lot of that. The Internet would have came owning a whole other way. No one I mean yeah, like I feel like it would be. So much. So much worse, but right now it's pretty bad because I feel like. She disrespected him in pretty much publicly humiliated him in that one picture fifty cent like yeah, if it's a legitimate or not. I mean fifty cent like posted it. Oh sure yeah, oh, well, and then the shade room took all. SEATTLE SEATTLE Is legit, but it's like. You know what they were talking about a. how do you feel about that? 'cause like? But he saw, and he was like yeah looks like a good episode like I. Feel like. Maybe didn't feel that it was going to blow up and become viral hall has but. One I don't agree with is their mentality of happiness right Oh. Yeah, and they said it again on the Red Table. Talk he was in your happiness is yours and my happiness is mine and no one else could. She was saying remember how we were talking about the other day always. After A BREAK-UP I'm just trying to be happy again. Well, that's what she said. She was just trying to find happiness again and all this, and that's when he brought it up again. He's like. And what did we learn that? You are only responsible for your happiness cook and I'm responsible for my happiness, so he's basically once again. Saying that no one can be responsible. Roast Walls Will Smith is way more attractive than that guy. For years ago I'll go ahead and no wilson method handsome. August I'll see four years ago. Didn't look like what he looks. He's like sick he's. He's doing. He's like on drugs or something. He looks like a hot mess. He didn't look like he did like. The last time he was like relevant I think was like a song. He did with DJ Khallid. Because you keep talking because he was in this music video and everybody was talking about how hot he is, and all this stuff like he was a good looking guy, wasn't that? She hooked up with the worst thing in Hollywood. anyways. I don't know if I feel that. If you get married with somebody on principle layer, they did. Yeah, if who who who will. I feel that if you're with somebody. Regardless of the fagging holiday sale you can't. You can't help somebody unless they can help so if you're if you're. Is that song? Hold you down. Mainstream would. If you if the person I feel the person that you're with needs to make you happy as well. Yeah nightmare. Hand on somebody that they need to make you happy to. because. For example, people who get their their girlfriends are their side chicks pregnant. Right, like they, you see it all the time and they're like. Oh! You're not with her. No, she was just a you know like a fling or whatever and it's like. she's not good enough for you to be with right I feel like. If you're going to hook up with somebody or something, they should at least be good enough for you like not saying that they're gonNA pregnant. You know what I mean like. Yeah like sometimes they were to bring home Tamaam, type thing you know. Yeah, you know what I'm Eli. Like. I can't. I can't do the whole the one night stand type thing like. I legitimately like if I go after somebody like. They have to be somebody I could. Seem I duNno, it's like weird like you know what I mean I. Guess People are like different on that. Because I think that's fucked up the whole year. Responsible for happiness unresponsive saw the fuck grew together like so weird on so many levels i. get doesn't surprise me that how they think again I. Don't think that you know my soul. Happiness needs to depend on you. You know like I think you have to bring me some level of happiness, but I need to be able to also be happy to make you happy. If I'm miserable, I can't make you happy. Herman, mentally unstable, and that's a whole yeah. Somebody's like you know if you don't love yourself. That's tomorrow. Yeah, yeah, because then you start like. Oh, you're always shoe fits. You can wear okay. We're done this episodes over, so we're GONNA. See this offended. We know about them. Having their own happiness being together. I don't remember it's fine. anyways I would not be surprised if they really split up this time because. You know body language is everything. And if you watch the videos where he was saying wasn't matching what he was like portraying. His voice you? Is. Cry Though Michael Jordan. Crime meme. Yeah, this is going to be new meam. This is going to be the new thing with will Smith's face like almost the point of breakdown, and like I told you that told that it has. Of his daughter like writing to somebody who you know what I mean they were. How the why? The fuck is even relevant. You know what I mean like. Like I seen the memes where it's like what she tells you, he's just a brother, and then it's like shows a picture of her and to coming down. And, it's like you can't trust these bitches out here. Man. Yeah, now the names are crazy, and then on top of. What was I telling you that these Hollywood wives. These wives some women I feel that they need they need. Some sort of drama like what was a Steph currys wife. We tell me about her that she doesn't. that. She wasn't getting attention. I don't know if there was something with her. There was something with her that it was something like people were saying that she like. They. She wanted to get keeping worried jealous of her I. Don't know now I need to look it up. Driving I'm sorry. Fame and money aren't enough for me I need to I. Need you to cheat on me like now I. Don't think she wanted to be cheated on. Like I know, somebody was male attention comments. Go ahead while I know somebody. Might GonNa. Say who? But recently, they had their counterpart spit on them. Like in an argument is usually no, no, no. In an argument, that's I would. I would just what is so many things Mike. My cousin was telling me about it and I'm like. I was like man I've never thought about hitting women before, but. What if he acceptable if you smack the bitch for spitting on you! I mean. I would respect you more. It was smart. No, no, like for in a serious conversation like if I ever which I would never so trust it is, it's it says a lot about you, but if I spit on you I would literally respect you more if you were like so offense like so disgusted to the point where you WanNa hit me of. You would just break up with me. Benalla a hand on me. Piece. Of these hands. If you now know the level of disrespect, there has to be I mean. You. You, then, that's open for like if you WanNa hit me, then you hit me because I know I'm probably at this hour because. Domestic violence and lots and again this is just me speaking hypothetically I've never hit a woman I'd never thought about it, but if she. Curry thing she was on Jada, Pinkett Red Table. Talk all my God. When she said that she feels insecure about a lack of attention, she receives from men like you're freaking. Mary, to American, basketball player like that's all the and he like he super attentive to her. Yeah, from what we can see. She's she's. Adult She is beautiful in her own way. In case, my brothers listening. She, is. Hopefully brother doesn't listen to the. smacky! She would be deserving over she spent on me. I would never spit on you I know you wouldn't, but I'm just saying if I was ever in that situation or some random stores, some random stranger comes up to you to spits on then I would hit them your woman i. don't respect you. I mean I respect you I. Don't respect that you're a woman. Though, but I'm saying I. was a man and you spit on me. Yeah, someone's catching hand. Does again. That's the double standard. So why can you? Me and hit me as a woman, but then I. can't you as a man? That's not what I'm saying, but that's what I'm saying because you're saying that because you're not understanding me no I'm understanding you though I'm understanding you but understand me. You know what I mean. No, you don't know what I mean I'm saying if I'm a man and you're a woman. At publix. And you spit on me. Let's say because I turned around I'm like you need a social distance and you're like no, and I'm like. Yes, and then you spit on me and I'm a man I would hate you. Oh, okay, so we're good. Yeah, 'cause. You weren't understanding me. Likes now wake you. Knew you didn't get it. That's why I was like I'm going to explain this in a scenario like the women who want equal rights, but then not so equal that it's likely that contradiction every day, but you being a woman in. Corporate America you're in that realm. Yeah, how do you feel about all about? How do you feel people are so sensitive? I feel like people. Everyone wants to play the victim. I don't feel well I'm in a corporate setting where it's woman owned, and it's literally like majority women. We're super empowering to women like half. All the managers are basically women like it's like two men managers MVP's. Yeah, it's woman owned in their super big about like being like women women women. I have personally again. I. Don't know what people make are what I feel like. I've been pretty well compensated for. Being a woman. I don't know what a man doing. My job gets compensated so I've never really looked into it. There is a difference. Don't exists now, I. Know I've seen the statistics and stuff, but I feel like everyone likes to lake right now. How everyone's playing you know race cards for everything. I. Don't WanNa get into that because it's super touchy or Vilma. Show yeah. It's super touchy, but it's coming up now and everything. Like you cannot do anything without someone saying it's some sort of card, so I feel like sometimes in corporate America. Because you probably can't do a job well, so you're not gonNA. Move Up! You blame it on the agenda. And that like you know. I feel like there's a job for everybody and unfortunately some people are meant to just be admins. That's why I don't believe in the whole. You know if you really come on, think about it like I've been thinking about this about. Obviously House going to school and stuff like that and fair. What made me think about it the other day? But I was thinking about how how dumb the idea of a! College diploma is yeah like how dumb I never is on our talking to Daniel on on the show and we I think we were asked to for the Abrahams Miss is causing now. And I'm GonNa do I'm Mike, but it's the dumbest thing ever. You're literally paying money to go somewhere. To study these bull highest score college for College College Yeah for College Amen. I'll stop. For them to get money in high school. They don't teach you the shit that you need to know on the relief. They never got to write a check. I don't know how many people don't know how to write a lot. Especially now. A lot of people don't know how to write a check. Yeah, I know holy. Should I've come across people where I'm like? Hey, can you do this? You do it for me. Check non ever learned. Honestly like high school is a lot of irrelevant I've never used why x equals Y plsy in my life one time I forgot. When was when I was doing CNC machining, because obviously, it's a lot of math. I FOR A and second. One towels making a part for something and for fuck second was like Oh. My God I'm GonNa. Use what I learn. Husband that I ended up. Not using yeah like you don't learn a lot of the things like right now. With this whole pandemic thing started like there was this post on facebook where a lot of people are like. If for okay, kids are going to school, bright desks are GonNa be six feet apart. There's going to be no recess there's. One fucking room. GonNa work. Lunch they're going to have to sit six feet apart in those long tables, or whatever, so people are like? I might as well just pull my kid out of school and home school year, but not everybody can do that. No, I'm saying it's because some parents like I'm talking about stay at home. MOMS right of. They send their kids to school for socializing purposes. There's going to me no socializing, so they're like I, might as well not pay for that same thing daycares like. How do you keep babies six FIA apart? They're freaking always wanting to be on top of each other. You know more so there's people like you know. I might as well just keep my kids at home. Keep them Because they're going to be at school, not doing anything. There's no recess. There's no lunch with your friends. There's no walking in. You know you get in line to do things? There's none of that so. Why did I? What am I talking about? We're talking about I. WanNa get to Bandera where we gotta go back to the to the will. Smith Shit so to conclude that I I don't even know why I got into always started talking about equal rights and. That's what happens in this happens on. goes off the rails, but back to the Will Smith stuff. I feel that they're going to break up. And divorced now because I, feel. She publicly humiliated humiliated him. and. So many people have lost so much respect from from is literally the laughing stock of the Internet right now, and he'll never beyond an interview again where someone who doesn't WanNa. Bring I've yeah. I feel that he is going to see this thing. A lot of people have come out against her. Supposedly, he had an affair with some other lady I think. Old was the thing like. Because it didn't I. Don't know if you watched it, but they had this whole back and forth about I'm GonNa. Get back a you and she's. Got Back at me already on, and he starts laughing and he's a guy speaking fucking symbols. We're all like Oh. Yeah, so I feel that. Okay. Let's say maybe he did cheat on her. Right had an affair or whatever That's like I don't know they want to that level of. Of! Stardom, has Lebron, James, Rubin called by anything he has never been even in the spotlight for acute like an accusation of that I don't vow we know of 'cause they probably pay being a billionaire. I'm saying I don't think. Being a billionaire! People don't realize how much power you have yeah, because. Who's to say that doesn't make them sign an and as yeah I actually talked about that with somebody. You know what I mean like Melissa herbage. You gotta sign the so that's what people have been saying about. Will there like the women have come out? About will because he's a smart man, and they know better than to come out and say something unless he wants them to. Because I've heard a lot of people in Hollywood. I mean A. From fucking kids and eating them, they are swingers, and that's on the wearing to talk about talk about. This this there's a conspiracy bay. We're GONNA. You'RE GONNA be on the conspiracy. show is my shit. Yeah. We're GONNA. Talk about the conspiracy with wayfair. Oh Yeah, Oh yeah. I don't know if you have. You looked into it. I well. I've always looked into wayfair for buying furniture, but obviously. Looked into the thing when you told me about, but we're not buying a lot so. Yeah I feel that they're going to put up. He's laughing. Stock or another memes are hilarious. They're awesome. Keep them coming. They're either going to split up or wills going to be like this doesn't faze me just to prove a point, even though it probably does yeah now his eagles definitely her and as a man me for me. I don't I don't consider myself an Alpha male right? Yeah, no I don't feel I. Don't feel like I'm GonNa Alpha Male, but I don't feel like Kinda. Like my Easter I duNno I dunno like an Alpha. Male like Manley like. You know like I'm the man only or not I. I feel unreasonable. I. Feel unreasonable, but I'm not a bitch. Right like if you say something to me. I'll tell you how I feel about something or like. Yeah. pushovers what I'm talking to now. Yeah, yeah, you know what I mean. That's Munich leveled. Yeah I'm pretty even yeah. I don't know what type of man he is, but if it was me I'd be hurt I? Think is Alpha male and he because he kicked out of the House one time just because she would, he would tell she would tell you, but we go. We get back to this thing. Women twist things around because look what happened when Johnny Depp in that one chick. ABN idea. Supposedly he was abusing her. They see they he. She ruined his reputation. She was accusing him of all the stuff and it turned out. He got a a video of her and it was her the one that was being the bitch. She was though crazy when she was the abuse of one and again folks I don't. For the three people listening to this. I don't condemn. Is My podcast not good enough for more people domestic? Not It is the but they they listened for me. ho-honor okay. So I don't condone. Domestic violence. Yeah, no I talk with my fiance is just just joking joking most of the time. and. You know just just points. It's not it's not. It's not right so. Yeah I don't know I feel that very disrespectful. I wouldn't put up with that shit now and. You know again maybe August. Guys trying to he stain the spotless his. Yes, that was his last chance. Why you bring something of from four visit next month August. Don't asa well. Saddam. It was his last. Okay, though weird thing about this is before he went on that podcast like a week before my brother and I were talking about him because we were like men. Where did he go like what happened to him? And then he gets on a podcast and he starts talking about this, but then he's like saying was four years ago so I was like I told my brother was like. He, it's his last chance at stardom like at or staying relevant. Let's say. Yeah, so he was like 'cause. Why what? What is the point? Out Four years ago and jade even was like we have not talked. Since we broke that off, because supposedly, he broke it off with her. Yeah, because she wanted to like work things out again with will. So, she's like we haven't talked in four years. Even will was like because they were they both took him in because there were helping him with like his issues. And then will in her broke up and she stayed helping him. It's like what I was telling you. Sometimes when you're, it's dangerous. Talking to someone every day because I can go somewhere and that's what happened. She was like helping him. And you're like the crying shoulder shoes leave key racers for one second. She was helping him. She was talking to him. She was the listening ear. She was crying shoulder. WHO's not going to catch feelings like that like I purposely when I have an issue, I don't go crying about it to another man. 'cause that starts getting attractive to you. It's like man that person cares about me. Oh they're checking up on me. You WanNa. Talk to me everything. Yeah for sure and girls who to they're like okay, he's he texts me every day. Asks me how my days going if I'm feeling better if I need anything. People know where to draw the line with. It's you like you have to not do that and you have to stop it if it's happening to you, so that's with that was. Well Will Smith's net worth. There's two hundred and fifty million as a two thousand, fourteen and August CENA's a whopping four million. So I'm telling you. You hadn't maybe like two good songs in that was that. This guy looks like a naked. Mora I duNno, it was funny looking. But. Onto the next topic I want be I wanted to get your input on the whole coronavirus and. Obviously we're in Florida. The SANTUS OR DISOWN TEASE WHATEVER THE HELL! His name is the Florida governor. Guys I don't vote you know. I just read these articles and I'll poke fun at politicians and stuff, but at the midday I gotta I gotta eat. What comes my way because I am vote right I. Don't think it makes a difference. Maybe their wise, not stop, but this guy said on Florida's schools reopening. We were talking about earlier. If you can do Walmart than we can absolutely do school. They can't even control the lice and they wanNA control corona virus. That's that mean going around. Yeah Yeah and again I don't know if it's really done its falling now. Just it's supposed to be forward, okay. But I'm putting it close 'cause. We have that issue again and like I, told somebody on a podcast. I was doing with them. I said. I said I've never been so scared of something, and not gave a fuck about it at the at the same time. It California going back to phase one Atlanta going back to phase one phase one is complete lockdown. Yes, down! We will probably be going down a phase one but Disney world. Open back up. Yeah I don't even WanNa. Talk how the Fuck Bizarre even work! I know it. They talk about her immunity and all this bullshit I. Dunno I don't buy again. I've seen people who have gotten who? They've been Komo's. I ve seen people have gone who they feel nothing. They're fine, just a regular cold. Their whole family gets it. Right obviously something going around. Now it took on the conspiracy theory I don't I don't know I. Don't know about conspiracies are coming out because people are making appointments to take the test and then getting results before they even get, take take the test or never even made an appointment negative results and they're like. Oh, you're. You're positive and you're like I didn't even go, but the have happened in Miami right. It's multiple leases. Well. Let's talk about my was just Miami posts everything. We'll talk about Miami. Okay has not followed a damn rule no beginning. No, but what I'm talking about is. How many mother fuckers down there probably have the same fucking name. Is what I'm trying to get you know. Yeah I don't know how it works. When you go, get it. Honestly I'd like for it to be your name and your address as a little. Honestly I'd rather. Wait it out, then get that forsaken test well. That's what I was telling them. Last night I was like I'd rather frigging get the virus then take the test, and not even know if I have it or not. If I do have it I'll just wing it and you. Being in a in a corporate setting You can't say anything because of your job. And if you do say something, they're gonNA make. You told me that they're. They're gonNA make you go take time. Yes, yes, that's the other thing. Is that like. Oh if you have symptoms, you need to go home and if you can work from home, you can. But if not, if your manager, so so you have to take Pto so that means ninety nine percent of the people, and if you take till, you gotta get the sense, right, yeah, you have to take the test to to make sure to be PTO. Isn't that private? I mean you have to prove that you can come back in the office safely and not forgotten spread something because I saw post on facebook, and that's multiple offices apparently now doing that Lewis thing going around where some guy had. Tested positive or something like that. And he had a fever like one zero three in the still want him to go into to work at home depot. Lots and he's like listen. I'm positive, not just go ahead and come in. That is yeah, it's reckless far, but I mean Florida's wild and right now wild and out right now with opening up Disneyworld and. Yeah, that blows my like. You need to get on a roller coaster that bad. I want the world to get back to normal again, right? I want to be able to travel I. Want to be able to do whatever and not have to worry about this. This? Invisible force that nobody knows where it's at right. You'll where your mass with the mass don't work. It's this it's that. I. I don't know, but I want to get back to normal I. Don't know if things are going back to them. Maybe after the elections, the viruses are GONNA magically disappear. There's also been talks about mandatory vaccinations. No matter of the objections to kill US men DETTORI. You want to that's that's the conspiracy theories that the Gates Foundation wants to control the IRS tired about the certain. People should take I in this and that that's what the conspiracy theory is, but if you say that all your conspiracy theories, you just you're, you're reaching. Bro, you reach, and you're doing this. You're doing that on my. You know what? Whatever maybe evid of it's not. They're pushing mail in voting Kanye West announced that he was going to run for president. He's obviously thinks is so trump wins young? He's going to take votes away from by they would. Literally by didn't would ruin us. I'm not trump's. They were literally. Perfer! Apiece they people would literally, and I'm not talking about anybody in particular if the shoe fits where. Certain people would rather have a Haffey in Baloney Sandwich, over Donald Trump. As president. Yeah, they would literally have beinart choices really suck period. Babe, you have other. The illusion of choice I'm just GonNa say that I you have other choices, just because you see fuck Donald Trump Biden doesn't mean you have to vote for him, but he can pull whoever you. Votes you don't you could. Technically! You can put whoever you want on that ballot. Whoever and there's other parties while that run. They're not mainstream, but that's how corrupt the system is that they've gone down to two people in the fucking. Choose the people. fucking Biden and he doesn't want debate. Donald trump because he doesn't even know a fucking day of the week. It is yeah, that video showing you the other day. Yes, this was a joke. You thought it was a German. Serious 'cause it's all over the against. If you're listening, we're going to vote for Biden about I. Don't vote I. don't care how you feel about the politics and stuff I. Don't I'm I'm just again I'm just talking I. Think it's fucking. Larry is how worked up. People get over politics. I'll say I'm the type of guy of I. See something that make sense to me. I go with it. Right I've criticized trump to. The motherfucker has no filter. That's just the way the type of person. He is but I don't feel Biden. His fit to run. The country to our full trump is fit around the country I feel he's more than Biden. He's not the best candidate. Do me wrong. Do I feel Kanye West when the country absolutely not? And this is coming from a very big Kanye West Fan I love tenuous us work. I don't feel he's. He's a good. He wasn't even allowed to run his own twitter at one point, yeah! They will. Know absolutely, so that's that. Obviously, the governor wants to open up I've I've seen people going on their throats on social media because they're going to send their kids to school. Vic The parents don't want to get rid of their kids. They're going crazy. They wanted all my kids are going to school. REGARDLESS WANNA. Go Fuck what you say. I don't get the argument is blow up like you post something on nowadays, or you say something nowadays you get shot for certain words. The phrase make America great again. Is undercover white supremacy. The fucking words make America great again. was ruled as racism as white supremacy. Holy Shit and You know what that is. That those words can literally just on a red hat and has got to be that it can't be a green hat with blue letters or a black hat with pink letters. No a red hat with the white letters will literally get. You fucking shot during a fight somewhere in the street. Because of that, yeah! WHAT THE FUCK HAVE! We even come to light that is while. Team That the words make America great again are racist. I mean it's not gonNA stop there for probably going to hear more and more I listen to a lot of Tim Pool and I feel he's obviously against the left. He's definitely not left. But he talks. He talked I listening ten today where he was talking about and saying that. The. Average span of an empires, two Hundred Years Hundred Years, and we're getting to that point so where you have to. You have to fall. To rise backup right empires. Right, Roman Empire fell. Egyptians fell off all these empires they fell. And other people took over or kept going and obviously as being a mega power in the world. It's time for us to fall, and maybe China's GonNa take over and be the new mega-power. Who who the fuck knows who knows, but. Again or we're doing all these things as the society told you about the coin shortage. That is going on around on all this stuff. No more cash. If you only exact change US, other GonNa, and then I was on facebook dinner day and I. I rarely Comin' on shinners commented on. Something knows a civilized conversation beat back and forth between. The Persian and some other people were coming in. And I said it's absolutely. Ah Push for new world order. They're gonNA. Take away the image of Jesus because it's a sign of white supremacy. And I'm like this is them canceling religion cashless society new world currency new would religion and then I. Related with other quote Unquote Conspiracy Theories Elon Musk starlink. You normally he's got like almost five hundred satellites in orbit right now the you can see. So the conspiracy theory is that they're gonNA. Use those satellites to project the next coming of whatever God you believe and. I just I pulled up an article. He announced. His. Pulled up here. He announced his nerlinger They're. They're already GONNA start. Says Elon Musk announces date for nearly presentation. Symbiosis while you wait. I parts of their awesome. Some BIELSAS AI symbiosis while you wait. And again! This is a chip that they're going to put in your brain the size of a penny. And, you're going to be able to connect to the. Cyberspace and like what asked you today? Would you be mad if something were to happen where you passed away and I kept your mind or your con- you didn't even know a conscious was no, I know what my question to you was like. How does that make sense I know? What a consciousnesses I was watching a movie I was watching a movie the Archive. Chuck it out those who haven't seen. How are you keeping on your computer? Would you be mad if I kept you on. My computer just makes no sense to me. Babe, let's. fucking, throw everything out the door K.. If something happened a units that a Miki Pinger ashes, I kept her consciousness, and I can download myself into the virtual world and be with you. Would you be mad. I mean no. If you WANNA be with me I, told you I'm being with anyone else. When I'm Gardner. I'm definitely not delegating your consciousness attorney. Why not ruin the Party always oh? Wow, you imagine being. Like you're you're a widow. What are the call male widows widower? Isn't it just a widow? Are No I have no idea. That's a good thing. Google. Go It I. Don't know, Google it. Saying I. Don't know you frigging computers right there. What do you just say male widow widow? See. A widow as a man is a woman whose spouses died in a widow, earth is a a man who spouse has died. So I'm a widow so I. IF I was to be a widow. Home not yet. If I'll I'm just kidding if I was to. Some be a widower and I kept you, and then like you're sharing a moment with somebody else, and then like sign up, and the TV goes off or something like that. What are you GonNa? Tell all sorts my ex. What. Like them the the show that we saw the unsolved mysteries. Where the guy he said that he cuddles with the ashes. Else so. What the Fuck Eric and then when when they said that he he he I feel, he definitely had something to do with her did it if he didn't do it, he paid someone to do it more most definitely because he was like a real. Emotions about it, he was just being an asshole the whole time. He Aerobic Fuck that guy, and then for you to be someone, Stepdad for that long, and then the mom dies. You're just like changing the locks that same day. Yeah and body language to Oh. Yeah, and like I feel that if you're guilty with somebody with something i. feel that if you bring it up that. Affect. You feel just makes you. Like 'em. People think that I did it like why the fuck would even say do nobody's. Nobody's telling you right now? And his attention to detail of everything we've talked about like you're you're a liar? Thus that's that's a key sign. Somebody's lying when they. Remember. Event details about something like Oh. Yeah, and so I was late because macy was on seventy four. And you know I had three quarters. You don't remember those things that you go through a traumatic experience or something like that or maybe you do write a coping mechanism, so he did it. I feel he did it. He's the new Carol Baskin. 'cause I definitely I know she did that show for sure. And Soon Sake, why would I do that? There was no life insurance all. Yes, she was like in the songs I go I. She wanted to divorce him. He's like divorce was news to me. If I had no idea, we were very happy and ever thought yeah, and then when he had her bone, he was like you know I'll keep her forever where she needs to be all my creepy, they've don't. These people know is going to go on fucking net flicks where people were millions of people are gonNA. See this and they're not gonNA. Question it like the first one. We haven't watched the whole series, but we watch like man you, would you? If I died. Would you keep my ashes in the room? And then if you're being intimate with someone, would that be weird? Because my ashes are right there. Yeah, I wouldn't keep Russia's. Okay Nestle. Sorry. I'm just kidding. I wouldn't need it, so he's. I wouldn't never cremate you. Even if you wanted me to, I want WanNa be cremated now. Cremate me, not yes, YEP! How would you? Where would I put you? I would while throw you in the water in Lake Toho since you WANNA spend all your no not lake tahoe somewhere else. You know what fuck it. Don't cremate me. Put me in a box. In Brazil. In Brazil speaking a boxes. There are beds because obviously Brazil's one of the epicenters for coronavirus out. There's a there's a bad that turns into a fucking box. So as soon as you die, they boop, lift you up turn into a fucking Domino's pizza and ship you out for you. Know Brazil like the reason that corona hit so bad there is because. It's normal for them to deal with like infectious diseases. They get it's. It's very I'm I can't get the words out of my mouth like it's. A global like it's a known thing in Brazil like infectious diseases, one of their like higher like. Things that they see in the hospitals. So in the virus came around. There was no panic. There's no panic in the city. There was no panic in the state. There was no precautions being taken because there were like. Oh, it's just the flu. It's just it's like a flu. Remember when I was fucking. Tell you about it. Yeah, and then you're like. Oh, it's not going to get out in the fucking. No toilet paper. No, this or no that yeah I know. You were just being because I. It's one of those little podcasts. Conspiracy songs inland but I'm saying in Brazil. There was no mass panic like there was here. Because it's like a norm to them over there to deal with those kinds of things, but a hit them from left field because they didn't realize the gravity I guess of it. And, so then they started they I. Don't think they've been lockdown at all. They've just tried to like. Shift their hospitals in the best way to deal with it but I. don't think there's been like. No, you can't go to work. There's no bitten like none of that. Yeah, I don't. I don't ever I'd be pretty disappointed in myself. I got it. I mean sometimes you're not taking this call. I wash my hands all the time I sanitize on time. I. Don't touch my face. Okay. I drink a lot of water, okay? You, too, you know what I mean. Yeah, them doing pretty good. Okay I believe. So we'll touch on the ways, yeah, and all the songs mysteries check that out on Netflix Interest I. WanNa talk about the way I want to wrap up with the way I look. So for those that they wonder a fucking rock. The conspiracy theory is that Wayfair is connected to child sex trafficking child trafficking. Whatever now let me make this very fuck clear. Child Sex, trafficking child, the pedophilia ring. That's not a fucking conspiracy. That is a legitimate thing that is a legitimate problem in the world. People practice a sort of thing and when I talk about when I talk about the stuff, there are people who get off. On having sex with little kids molesting them doing whatever and I feel it goes even further that there is the this esoteric knowledge and these. Books and stuff of back then that talk about some things that we shouldn't be dabbling in. Quote Unquote Dark Arts The occult. That some people believe that messing will little children and stuff like that, and doing these things to them gives them other worldly powers and the ability to open up. Parallel dimensions and other things for other entities of able to come through. There's that side of it to go. It goes much deeper than just molesting a child it. It gets very deep. So, The conspiracy theory is not necessarily an attraction. They just have to do this. Yes, go. Yes, so what they believe is that. Pretty much. There is a certain level of indoctrination when you get to a certain age. You start what I was telling you. The kid will start questioning things. You Know Mommy now. Who is the world like Disney? Tom Wall God created the world, and there was this guy, no Wa and he had a bow and God. Bless him and you start teaching him and they start once you do that. Regardless of the fact of you believe it or not. It's an indoctrination that that seed is already planted within them, so the reason that the little kids is because before the reach that realm of being a doctor naked, because sometimes they say kids see angels, or they see different things to the they're. They don't have that malicious intent there. They have that innocence in that what they look for and the whole conspiracy theory, this elite pedophile ring. Ring is that though take these kids and drink their blood, and but they don't just do it in a regular way they get them to where their blood is pumped with Adrenaline, a journal, chrome and a drink, the blood and supposedly Ridge rejuvenates them. That's why Ellen DeGeneres looks old and frail and stuff like that of shortage chrome supposedly as I. She looks like all old and shit. And so, and again the the the red they connect dot is. Google has a processor or some. Program called the Dream, Oh and then. Google Chrome adrenal chrome and chrome is an a legitimate thing if you look into it. So wayfair. This conspiracy that came out was saying that wayfair was responsible for. A child sex trafficking, and the evidence behind that is an obviously. There's other things that have come on other to have come out debunking it. And saying, it's not true, while if I was a fucking elite, a reptilian early, and I had a pedophile ring that I needed append on for whatever reason because I'm a fucked up human and fucked up twisted human being. Of course out, fucking say it's not true. Yeah I will. Be like man. Yes, you caught me. Jeff bezos. owns the. Washington Post The Washington Journal. Jeff fucking bezos hundred sixty billion dollar net worth richest man in the entire world. Owned media outlet. All these alligator owned by Disney. I think like ninety five percent of all news. Media outlets are owned by. Six corporations or sound? Don't you think they would misconstrued? As if this conspiracy theory is correct like how they said just Lane Maxwell has video of Prince Andrew. Having sex with minors holy fucking Shit. How is she how she got her fucking head bone off. She has to have one hundred fucking percent a deadman switch. And for those who don't know them, which is when you die. Boom something gets uploaded. That's high feel. She's been able to get away with so much 'cause. Hey, you fucking touch me. I have a circle of people that you don't know the fuck they are. Thou upload this to every single media that there is so don't fuck with me. That's why I think. She stayed alive so long. Yeah, now they have her. What are they? GonNa do I have no fucking idea, but I wanNA know so bad. But there hasn't been any pictures of her. She's in jail. She's under co Vid Corentin. so way fairly said that. War Pricing. Certain furniture. A PILLOW! A regular pillow is be thirty dollars on example thirty dollars. But if you were to personalise it. With the name! Tammy e three or something like that now it's ten thousand dollars. So what they're saying is that the names of the furniture is name and again you and they. They've done this cross referencing all his bullshit. With a Gula name of the further later, Lee posted online, the furniture peas, and the post of the missing child with the both names. Yes, but but. I like to play devil's advocate. Right? Okay right if I'm going to look at something to look both sides regardless of what I believe, right, I think they're involves to sex trafficking. Say That, but some of those names. And again, maybe there's a lot of people with the same name. Those weird asked me to oppose it. Yes, supposedly some of the people that popped up would while missing. had been found. So technically they would never been. So you know what I mean like? The name had that name, but it would have never been sold. To the to the ring. Whatever right the thing? So. There's that right that could discredit that rail wall. Tammy was found few found two weeks later. She was never sold into slavery or whatever to sex trafficking. You know what I mean. Like she was found so. Oh, we'll make another tammy while there's no more time. He's coming up with missing person who you know who knows who knows? But there's that part. Supposedly, there's there's a picture of just lay maxwell with the CEO, not the CEO the manager of operations or something I forgot the name of the yeah. The today I, was the man. I think it was the manager of operations. 'cause I looked I looked him up bass a thing. A lot of people are saying that CEO resigned and supposed old picture. Yea, that's an old picture he could have. been running that at all. Dan Oh, yeah, there's that too because part of the job, but they said that the that the CEO step down, but the CEO supposedly hasn't stepped down president of operations. Yeah, we are president. Robert supposedly, he hasn't stepped down so again. Just playing devil's advocate who knows if it is legitimate or not? I fill it is. Because but the thing is that Amazon is well. Supposedly was posting stuff like that too or knock. That could be bullshit. I read that wrong, but suppose seen somebody on facebook. Saying that Amazon was doing the same thing posting like really priced thing. I know Amazon does priced like. If you're buying it a lot. They'll raise the price on it, but yeah, probably different I mean I haven't seen anything about Amazon, but yeah. That might be bullshit coma. But yeah so I don't know again. That's blitz blown up or boycotting away fair. It's again I. Don't know if it's true or not. I believe it is I think it is because there are some even some employees stupid lockers to buy for fifteen thousand dollars while they said that it's industrial. That's why it's saw. But some some people some x, ray but not all their furniture has. Names. Women names, final or men names 'cause some furniture's pilot. Yeah but I'm saying like if you for example when I was doing the race revenue, though all my bracelets Hata name not all their friends has a name. That table would be black metal table for you to put a locker like. Shantelle. Locker like why? Why does I have a name? But also at site is way for that stupid like which will code. Code that. To know that that's. We have to order if you're in that, so. You're in that realm. Supposedly you take the he. You take the part number of the furniture numbering you google it on another website, and then it'll come up with pictures, little kids and stuff like Dolly. Little children and provocative attire, and poses and stuff like that. Yeah, not child pornography per se, but a little toddler in a two piece type shit right. Which I think is fucked up. It'd be a normal pictured and most people, but like for you. It's provocative now for you, but for that purse for me. I feel I for me. If I had a daughter, I think it'd be an inappropriate me to post were. To to have a picture like that of my daughter. where? Like, posting it on the Internet O. Okay like to me because I know how sick a More care would be very inappropriate is like posting a video? You saw the thing that happened on Tiktok this week. I know, but you see ticked to hall time of Race Book. I'm done with you. He was so excited for me to come home just to be like. Did you hear about what's happening and I'm like about? Why like Oh tiktok guys? You're helping the chicoms. Take Pammy Ham Asian from us. anyways, there was a guy. I don't know if he has a huge platformer now, but like people collab-. And, so he. There's a lot of little kids on that. APP like. Dancing, percent like not on private, and that coach told you that it's for little, tell you. For fucking little kids and there's a bunch of pedophile on their dreariest the APP. It doesn't have a lot of little. It has a lot of little kids, but it's a lot of adults. Surprisingly, it's just that it's like the new like now. It's not it's a new thing instagram used to be. Yes, but there's a lot of thirty year olds. There's a lot of fifty year olds on like in learning dances and doing something. It can be a fun APP if you use it that way. But the guys looking for can find a bunch of fucking kids. I guess I mean my point is. It's not an APP that just thirteen year olds have. It's an APP that six year olds have. It's an APP that fifty year olds are having. It's an Anapa that surgeons and doctors are using as platform now for like their businesses forecast shutdown real soon. Yeah, it's whatever it's a business so there was this collab- between this man or like teenagers something and this little girl and I guess they were doing a skit, and he like looks down Hersher, and that thing though frigging Internet went wild because they were like this is what happens. They used their platforms, and they use the Internet meme to Collab- with a child, and then like literally posted a video like it's a Pollino. It's skits. They're they're all doing. And then he liked looks down her shirt and she's so innocent has no idea what's going on. It's on the Internet everybody. frigging lost their minds because they were like that's. Like how pavilion starts. I didn't hear about that guy's a fucking I saw like yesterday yesterday or the day. Before Surgery Yeah Ben. I know. But. Again. That's the conspiracy I. think that perhaps it is real. Who the fuck knows, but again like I, said child sex trafficking is a real thing, is it? That's not a conspiracy that really does exist in the world in Russia. They just busted a ring or something like that. With thirty thousand people, Tampa huge fucking people looking at child pornography. And all this craziness so again. Fuck wayfair. What I was saying. There's some employees have come out friendly Sir from wafers, saying that there would be quote unquote. Rush orders and are quote unquote. They would be very heavy. But, then who knows if it's them adding clout, right like Oh, I work for them I. Know about like you know what I mean like trying to get out or whatever, but who the fuck knows. Who knows everyone's trying clout now? So. Yes we'll. End It there the hours up. Hope. You guys enjoyed this episode. and. Thanks for being on MBA. And until next time.

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Ep 61: So...Much...Lobster

Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

50:56 min | 1 year ago

Ep 61: So...Much...Lobster

"Bye bye properly. Podcast for two brothers and Kyle. Dad rated statement nominated be taken literally up seven, hyper hyperbole. And welcome to hyper Broglie podcast. Good day could nyc evening. Good morning. Good afternoon. Folks. It's time for another episode of hyperbole. This is a self help podcast for the helpless. My name is Stephan. And I am so excited for red. Lobsters lobster. All right. Yes. Can I get a Whoo? Can I get a Clack Clack Clack Clack Clack just like the crustacean claws? Just the Clack Clack just deadlocked. Cirque lax. Dead lobster. That's the Goth version of Red Lobster. It's just got these black lobsters with eyeliner. Upstart. Welcome to dead lobster. I guess are thought so fresh, but it really makes you. Oh my God. Anyway, my name is Stephan, and my favorite lobster dish is the lobster lover's dream. My name is Anthony, and I'm. La, I'm a lobster in paradise. And I'm Kyle, and I and the ultimate lobster fest surf and guys I love how we started out talking agreeing that we were just going to say what our favorite dish was. But now, you guys are the actual dish your. Your. I am. Hello, and welcome hyperbole podcast. This is an advice podcast where three lobster's claw away at life's problems could Clack Clack Clack all the way through the problems or about to grow our skin sec. So. Oh. Shell not 'cause our shells shells. Whereabouts breach care access skeleton exodus Hilton. Our sin sacks are about to breach campus. We are about the rack crack those sex and get in. Them or one Saxon crack that the exit skeletons. Crap out of it. This is a uniform metaphor. Anyway, what do you guys say we shuck open a nice pearly review from the Lewis sounds good? All right. This this shucked review from apple podcast reads, fantastic pod. I don't know why I'm doing a voice for it. I'm just gonna I'm gonna commit fantastic podcast. These guys make me laugh. So so hard from beginning to end and even though the season in new concept. They really bring their own unique spend each ridiculous. Awesome. Query a must-listen go subscribe. And that's from Jabe Blake manner via podcasts. Thank you so much like guys, let's give them a round of applause with our Clack Clack Clack Clack Clack Clack. So thank you so much Jay Blake manner. We appreciate your review. We appreciate everyone's reviews. We appreciate you guys listening and sharing and loving. So keep on doing all of that. And subscribe to friends support patriot. Just give us all that that sweet undersea loving that under. God. Salty love we fell. Please bring on the reviews like like Red Lobster brings on lobster fest. All right. Let's move into why? So is them. So Tommy why? So leaves these amazing lobster claws of wisdom. They're just so median delicious and flavorful, you just put some butter on it. And then pop it in your mouth. A lot boil sure. So so he's stopped that for I think he's caught wind of us trying to decipher his cryptic messages. But don't worry we're going to pick another celebrity and their words of wisdom, and we're going to decipher that for the masses. So you can understand what they mean. And we're going to try and reflect on that as lobsters would throughout the entire podcast as we're trying to answer all these questions. So this this Pearl of wisdom comes from Jaden Smith and Jaden Smith says, and I don't know how to do is voice. So I guess I'll just stick to Tommy why. So as tradition. If no bar babies could speak. They would be the most tolerant beings on planet earth. Uh-huh. Oh boy. What what does that mean fellow lobsters? I think it wanted me. Our take a stab at it. I think what he means is is babies like in the film Benjamin button. Are really smart because they're born like old people. With old people brains, and they're, but they're so smart, but they have Alzheimer's. So they forget it all is it become children in if relearn everything again, it's a really weird thing. But it's how babies work. Trust me. Am doctor. I know a lot of weird things on this podcast. But that was the most bizarre thing, I think you've ever said, well, I was kind of going direction than I realized that make any sense I tried to kind of pivot, and it didn't work you you while I don't even know it was like a research the on like a one eighty on Lega to seven days. I think like a lobster stuck at a tank, and he didn't know where to go. So he just kept scrambling. He just reassert glass. Yeah. Basically, a lobster pot any just screaming as you know, boiled for the pressure who that is route anyway, Kyle you wanna take a stab at this before I make fun of you. Now. Yes, sure. Hey, you know, I think this one actually, you know, I found some flaws in this this wisdom, actually, I was like thinking about it. And I was like if they if they could speak. They would be the most intelligent beings on planet earth. I don't know about that. You know? I mean, like, I think what he's trying to say is that you know, babies are so innocent, you know, and like, and and the innocence of a child is is much more intelligent than than the chaotic nature of adults egg fully grown human beings who wore and murder and all that shit. But I don't think that's true. I think babies throw tantrums and break shit and cry and shit their pants, and they can't be that fucking intelligent. If they're doing all of those things, they're not that smart. Okay. Like, I don't know. I'm not convinced that they're really that. Intelligent. I mean, they're sitting in their own shit holder. Clause. Hold your claws. I I will say how smarter they that. They have another person taking care of their every need. Well, I guess that's true that it the master manipulator. I think though that's only because they don't speak. Because if they did I think the parents would be like a fucking taking care of this. Like clean. My shit diaper. The parents you can talk. Start scrubbing toilets you little shit. So you think that the baby's ability to speak would would make the parents say, oh by speaking, it can do manual labor. So I'm gonna take him outside and making most not necessarily. But like if my baby was talking to me while I was changing its diaper. I probably would be like the want to take her anymore. And I would just give it away. I'd be like, you know, what I had to put up with you talking. Also, like, you know, I just not only do you have to like suck milk out of my tit and like just take all my free time. But I also have to listen to your ideas about things like, you know, do you believe that the your baby is going to suck on your ticket? Yeah. Probably have you seen my tits? They are they are quite juicy SIS I was just trying to be to be inclusive of the people who have baby suck on their kids. But yes, they would probably also suck up my debts. Okay. Just. My question. I think that'd be really strange to if they if babies could talk, and then you guys are having a conversation while you're changing its diaper. I don't know how that conversation would actually go. If it wasn't if the conversation wasn't sorry about this Orleans, something like that. I would just be angry. Really, you know, what a cute baby. So sorry, you have to do this. I don't yet possess the dexterity. But nor the strength. Don't you think? Well, listen to this though, don't you think that you would be so much more appreciative. If the baby actually talked instead of cried all night and day. Well, it didn't say it didn't they don't cry just that if they could talk. Well, but the whole reason is it. Is it the cries though, is because it doesn't know how to talk. So it's just like when when when when I need you win win win. That's I don't know if that's true because I know, well, I know babies it's a thing that I've heard like it'd be full shit. They cry when their newborns because they don't want their parents to they wanna keep their parents awake. So that their parents don't conceive at other child and take attention and resources away from them. Holy shit. Man. That's crazy. Maybe they maybe I really am underestimating the intelligence of these beings. That's really good study the babies to the infants just go out and say that is that what? Like we cry to piss off our parents and keep them from having sex. I am of the baby's. Okay. I was thinking that. Maybe I think that maybe what he's saying is the babies they, you know, what's really important in life when you're young. And then when you grow up you start to get distracted by by the little things, and you know in south park, I think that represents it really, well, how the adults they start to get wrapped up in the wrong things. And then they start to rob, rob, rob. And I think that what they think. And they're just like it's both because that Charlie Brown. That's another great example the adults. They just are are so focused on other things that just rob ROY Rogers words, it's words, but what you should be feeling. Are you should not our feelings? You should be soaking in all of the elements that the world gives us like lobster fest at Red Lobster, everyone so focused on trade wars and the wall and all this shit, but Red Lobster lobster fest is probably the most bang and thing that's going on right now. Do you do you realize how much lobster you can get in one sitting a whole festive you could probably. Probably eat a whole lobster family like to your rations during it lobster. You will you will take many souls of lobster to the underworld because I'm imagining that's where lobsters go after they are. Yeah, they they get on the boat with Kyran sale across. That's that's how it happens. Ted lobster, dude. It's owned by Haiti's. Yeah. Anyway, this quote is ridiculous. So let's just discard it we're going to. We're just going to talk about Red Lobster as we answer our questions. So that's. True lesson to take away from this quote is lobster fess at Red Lobster. Yes. This. Thank you Smith. Jaden smith. The underlying message underneath all those words was just Red Lobster and lobster fest. So. All right. So guys, do you guys want to get into the main segment I love to to this main segment is called. Lobster, and this is the meaty segment where we answer it's usually called the beef. But we're going to call it the lobster because obviously Red Lobster lobster. But this. Let everyone know we are not paid by Red Lobster. We're just big fans. Yes, they did get us those those lobster Mike's which was really nice microphones. But there wasn't important clause. If I if I must mention to we have to state that we are not sponsored by them. We just love him so much. Anyway, this is the media part of the podcast where we really dig our claws into some really tough questions, and they're usually questions that nobody else wants to answer. So they throw them in the trash piles of the internet, which is like read it and some other areas, but nobody else answers them. So we pick them out of the trash, and then we brush him off. And then we answer them. We pump them with sage wisdom. Okay. Some anthony. Would you like to read question one? Yeah. I love to. So our first question is brought to us by the end. And she asks how can I back fire prank at someone? My sister is unaware that. I saw her setting up a prank. Filling the chocolate milk carton was some strange concoction question marks. I only briefly hinted at seeing her tamper with it by saying was there this much milk leftover? She has no idea that I saw her I want I want I really way to make this backfire on her. Should I pour us both glass offer one to her? Or should I do something else? I just got to say one thing before we start that since I do comment on Anthony's reading so much. Anthony, those the worst read I've ever heard you do. So boring. So it was like a dry lobster. It was going to us. I can go. I don't I don't want you to read anything else ever that was so. Oh. No, I'm kidding. But it was read it and not be a dick about spelling errors or Rammer. Just as you're all complaining about how I harp on bagel. I guys listeners do not worry by episode one hundred and forty seven Anthony is going to do a really good read. It's just practicing persistence. It's you guys. You guys are well aware of the story of the lobster in the hair, the lobster moved much more slowly, but slow and steady. What's the race? So back to the question. I was just picturing her like like, I don't know if our listeners have seen the movie the Princess bride, but when the. I forget that goes name the smart guy when is defeating the three villains in the beginning. And there's the the guy with the brains and the guy that says 'em crit save about. Love that guy. And he's any pours. The I've lasted getting. I'm getting. Visine and guys Wesley. Anyway, Wesley poisons, both cups and offers them one. I that's I tried and true prank. As as seen in the Princess bride. I would I recommend that. That's a good choice. So poison your sister. Oh, no, we'll do that too. I just meant to pour her do what she was already thinking about doing it. I actually in powder. Okay. Sister. Okay. To a game of woods so poison it, then tell her that you found her pranking, and then you decided to poison the milk, and then you have to make her choose. Okay. So a poison Kyle do you have any suggestions here that don't involve involve murdering a sibling. All yeah. I've got something much more dastardly. Here's what you do. So you'd take that carton of whatever milk stuff, and you hide it somewhere in her room where she won't be able to find it at least not obviously and it will spoil and it's gonna smell really bad. Bam. There you go. I think I think that's great. I have a question though. Should you leave it with the cap on and sealed or should you take the cap off? And then just pour it like a tank of gasoline all over. Home, and yeah, that's good. I think a little bit of both you should pour. A little bit in her shoes. And then pour a little bit in fag and a little bit in her dresser drawers, and then and then like put it somewhere up on a shelf and in behind a bunch of shit and leave it unsealed, and it's gonna get gross pretty quick. I think. On the heat on in the house. Oh, yeah. Let it curdle and mold like so fast. It's hot moldy milk. Delicious man, titled album, that'll be the data will be the way you get. Making cottage cheese. Gok shock. Ooh. Bad mill. Okay. We'll go to log it strawberry. What you do is. You should get a regular chocolate milk, and then just replace it. And then when she's in the kitchen, you just pull it out of the fridge and just drink the entire thing staring her directly in the face to establish dominance. She'd never pranks you again. I don't think you can actually drink in tire gallon of milk will without Lamin Yuri. And if you have that much dominance in your eyes, you can do your stomach cannot actually handle one full gallon of milk. That's why the gallon challenge. Everybody vomits, but that's fine. Just do that drink the whole gallon of milk while staring. The is let it come back up and just keep staring her. The is is vomit on the floor. Just look at our glare. It's like you did this. Aw. There might be a little bit of lobster. The comes up with that too. I don't know if you just went lobsters. Look they bought us the microphones. But didn't do. Okay. But gives diarrhea so. Yeah. Those cheese biscuit says me shouldn't for like days. Flows flows right through me. I feel like lobster. It. Just it builds up your immune system. It's an immuno modulator. It's full of antioxidants, and it's I feel like in loves her bit skippers. Well, you gotta get the surf inter bra get the long roll thick it up a little bit ultimate lobster surfin turf. Dude, you gotta be surfing and turf. And it'll be lists of what was I again paradise lobster paradise. I I actually I just get the surfin surf. So I don't get any turf. It's just double lobster. I pile on the lobster. It's just so and surf they're like like wait serving turf. Like, no I wanna surf and surf. This surface, sir. I'm sorry. You misheard me? I want the surfin surf anyway. But let's go back to this pranking sister. Why don't you just take her to red lobsters lobster fest? I feel like that would put you guys on a more amicable path. And I feel like she wouldn't prank you anymore. If you guys enjoy a surfin surf, and you break bread or break, claw, whatever. Whatever. One does red lob- breaks, Chris cheese biscuit, break lobster Exo skeleton than it will it will resolve conflict, and then she'll probably confess to you what she put in the chocolate milk, and you won't have to worry about it. Kill her with kindness and lobster lots of lobster. Yeah. Yeah. Shit fucking stuffer full lobster heals her with Chris stations. Yeah. I think I think that questions resolved by far I think we just gave her the best. Your. All right. You're done. Stick a fork in you, you're done law right before we get to the next question. We wanted to break into our new segment, which is judging book by its cover self-help Fernan readers. So what's the segment about? There are so many great self health books. But who wants to read them, we definitely don't, but will help you sound smart in front of your friends at parties and cocktail hours by telling you what it's about even if you haven't read it and spoiler alert. We haven't read it either. We're just really talented interpreting interpreting what book it is about. We're like your internet cliff notes. Yeah. So this book. Yeah. But you what interrupt Megan, but you don't have to even read the cliff notes because we just tell you. Yeah. We're we're like, we're like your friend who read the cliff notes that is trying to give you the. We're we're like your guy lights, we give you. Highlights highlights from guys we're just guy lights so this book bestseller. It's called who moved my cheese. And by Spencer Johnson. This was when I googled self-help books on that little carousel that Google provides us, so this this books called who moved my cheese. So this book supposed to help you become a better person. If fails drastically because the person is just writing a true crime about who moved his cheese. He's genuine areas, and he doesn't know who moved it. And I really liked the last paragraph where he said you fucking moved my cheese, and he drives the knife into his fucking. Oh, I thought he drove it into the cheese. Yeah. If through wheel of cheese, wait, wait inbetween inbetween. A he and the culprit is a wheel of the cheese that yes, the stolen cheese. And he says father you stole my cheese. How dare you? And he takes his fencing sword. No, no. He didn't. He just moved it. Okay. So just for moving it. He stabs a sword into his father's heart. Yeah. I didn't write the story. What families? Do we have in this day and age where we're pranking each other by sticking poison in each other's milk. Stab each other for moving cheese. I feel like we need to sit down with America. And we need to tell him to go to Red Lobster lobster fest and just. Title this to cheese biscuit, we can resolve these conflicts people are so petty stop focusing over the little things if babies could talk they would say stop the fighting go to Red Lobster watch a movie and just live life to your fullest. Stop moving the fucking cheese and just keep the lie. Just leave it where it lie. Let sleeping. Jeez. Live. Yeah. Leave dairy alone. And you know, what I think it's these. I think it's a vegan conspiracy. You know, sabotaging milk moving cheese. You know, I mean, what's next hiding lobster? You know? I mean, like, I don't know. This is a butter sauce own my God. Yeah. Butter sauce. Can you imagine do this is? It's a shadowy cabal of vegan co conspirators who have been trying to move cheese and to spoil perfectly good milk. And that was through. That's what I got your totally throughout the years. We've been pronouncing it wrong. It's not illuminated. It's a looming. Not meet, and they are vegan vegan activists that are conniving thieving murdering folks that all for the cause of no meat because animals are oh my God. Eight our freedom. They despise it. Yes. Yeah. They were they had everything to do with all of the world's recent tragedies or all of them, actually, all of the world's all of the world's tragedy. One tragic down who moved the cheese. Yeah. Tragic a paternal betrayal. That's that's correct. So what we're saying? Is this self help book teaches you not to move cheese because otherwise you might get stabbed by the aluminum, meet no, your son, who's you might become part of the aluminum Mead, and your son will bravely have you through the heart. Through the through the cheese and through the heart will cut the cheese while murdering you. But. Simultaneously? So don't move cheese. If you see cheese leave it where it lay. Yeah. Yeah. Hits for the greater good at Gouda. It was it was blue. It was for meant to be. Let's see. Let's see. So. Yeah, just just do that. Good. Glad we saw glad we crack that case guys. Beautiful. Very so Kyle Kyle. Would you like to read question to? I would love to read question too is thinking about your crush when doing quote, literally dirty things. Okay. Taking out the trash going number two at cetera. Oh god. I sixteen years old have this crush on a girl. Fifteen years old. Yana goral. She barely knows me. But for some reason, she makes me thinking about her all the time. I had a lot of crushes. But she makes me think about most. But put that aside the problem is I think about her all the time, even when I do dirty things like taking out the trash or washing dishes, or maybe when using the bathroom is it normal because I think I shouldn't be thinking about her during these moments sincerely soil the sentiments. Fucking christ. Always those or maybe when using the bathroom. To commit. I think the word he was looking for was definitely. Yeah. He was he was grumbling and thinking about her. God. I Levy somebody asked this question. Jesus christ. You know, like RA to get it. He's sixteen dude. Just. Man. I don't even know. That's weird man. Like, don't when you're when you're taking out the trash. I mean, going number two, that's fine, you know, normal. But like Jesus think while you're taking you sick son of a bitch. You bastard, that's someone's daughter. Yes, seriously. That's a fifteen year old girl that you're thinking about weed sue real talk guys I reading this question. It made me think about what I think about when I do duty things. And I don't think I restrict my thoughts to you. I mean, generally, I just think like taking out the trash I wish I wasn't taking out the trash, really. And then I get done to trash like that's done because I think actually trash to the trash or other menial dirty tasks, I usually get really creative. I'm thinking about either questions for the show that are good or I'm thinking about what I'm going to eat lobster fast red lobsters. Or I think about if I if I'm going to write a song, I think about Lear ick. Sometimes I really don't restrict my thoughts. In fact, it gets more creative. I feel like I'm doing clean things as I'm doing dirty one. It's like a yin Yang scenario. So you're saying, that's right. Her poem while he takes a shit. Probably. I mean. This Hanser like a Brown Christie. Thread, non some teepee. Yeah. Like. Apor then. Yeah. To chance this guy's question. It's normal, and you should do it more. You should only think about it. When you do thirty stuff. Yeah. Think about her every time you take shit. Let's take the taking shit out of the equation for one second. So we don't lose every single listener here. Get a wash the dishes if you're going to vacuum. I feel like if you occupy your mind with thoughts of beautiful things, it helps you get those things done and be productive and be able to think of things that maybe you didn't have time to think of before like with my wife, sometimes when I'm cleaning. I know that that's something that she appreciates. And then I think of a little surprised that I can do like taking her out for date night, two lobster fester Red Lobster. But. Okay. I'm sorry. The contracts that we have to mention them one hundred fifty seven. That's that's okay. It'd be sweetened blob stir microphones and. Just to clarify. We are not sponsored by Red Lobster. We want be. That's why we're dishing right now. Anyway. Do we have any other advice for this fellow? I mean, I think we should tell them like, you know. I mean, if he happens to be listening. I guess, you know, it's it's okay. You mean except for maybe the number two part? Like that's weird don't say that. Don't don't don't talk about that. But yeah, the other stuff. That's that's all right. I mean, you know, that's kind of sweet actually, you know. I mean, it's a little bit romantic. You know, I mean like you're thinking about this lady, and you're washing the dishes, and what would otherwise be a chore is now something that's quite delightful. So I mean, I don't know that's kind of nice, right? Like he's like hipping like he's like skipping to take out the trash or like, he's like how many tune? Yeah. I mean, he's or is it a buck. A tap dancing takes shit. I feel like it's all so I feel like it's also a very sweet thing that you could say to her to like I've been thinking about you while while I do the dishes or something you're always on my mind. But there's one thing that with all things come with exceptions. And the exception is never ever tell her. I've been deeply thinking about you. Hunched over. When you're clutching your intestines or your belly? And and you're sweating profusely while that mud monkeys rides. All right. Okay. Well, I'm all right. I'm gonna quit there. But you know, what we're saying? Right. So sentiments, I think that's good. So we we're going to very abruptly transition into a plug for our sponsor, which is not Red Lobster surprisingly. But or mud monkeys? But here it is. All right. Thank you so much. We're back and we're going to give a couple of shout outs before we get into our last questions. Shout outs to summer. Thank you so much for the love when we were trying to get this podcast the ground. 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Thank you to all of the listeners that have helped us get to the amount of downloads that we swim in today like lobsters. And we we want to let you know, if you guys want to hear some better comedy than lobster jokes. Support us on patriotic. It's it's wonderful. We have some tiers and each tier gives you. Amazing content and benefits just like lobster fest. It's different. Here's like. Cheese bread for two dollars a month. But then for five dollars a month. You get the claw. But then you get the whole buffet for the fifteen so. Surfing or surf and surf whatever you love Sterlite. Love's delight it is beautiful. So it also helps us to be able to come up with better jokes than we have with lobsters. It helps us build a by bitter quip -ment help us with our production value. It just helps make our life easier. So that we can bring more joy in comedy to your lives. So we really appreciate all the support. And if you are able to please support us on patriot. We'll give you the link in the show notes. Also, if you wanna chat with us, we are on discord and we're chatting up a storm of comedy, if you guys want to bring your umbrella or just just dancing, the rain of laughs that we are spilling on on you and dousing you in. So we'll give you link there in the show notes to and if you guys have a question that you find across the internet that you would think would be funny for us to answer. Or if you have a question yourselves Email us at ask us anything at high. Purply podcast dot com. And if you guys listen to the earlier episodes, you'll know that I have evolved my speech so that I can pronounce ask now. But we'll have. A speech stone, he evolved. I did. So all put all those links in the show notes. So you can follow them or click on them or whatever you do with those links, and let's get into the last question. So question three, I'll go ahead and read it, this is what is the worst thing? You can call someone without swearing. Why? Did I read it like Christopher Walken? I'll try got. What is the worst thing? You can call someone without swearing need to use in a story, but don't want my teacher to go Frick. Oh mode on me for context. A wife is calling her cheating husband this. Sincerely, cursed. Not to curse. What about you? You go Star Wars on them. You could call them Nerf herder. Or since it's Red Lobster fest. Relapse sir lobster, you could call them as surfing surfer. Oh. Surfer. Further. What about a wraps galleon? Could you? Call them wraps galleon scoundrel. What about a scoundrel this coun- drill? This isn't that bad though. Like this far as I think it's funny though, these asking like what's a bad word you call someone. That's not a bad word. No. He said without swearing. What about a Ruffy in cucumber up or Hulu hooligan? Yeah. We're went Winker. Are you American because maybe you could slip by with some English words? What was the one that? We learned the other week. I don't remember fuck. I don't want to learn. Forgot instantly. Forgot because we don't give a shit about England. Just kidding Tim love, you, we fancy you. Are we using right now? We're not using it, right? What about a Gooch? What what about a what about cheater? Oh, there's a word for that. You call a bed. Swerver a bed. Swerver what the hell are always make sense or a rand talian? It's a weirdly specific Victorian word meaning one who scrotum is longer than his painless. That's all ran out of the rand talion of rant tally. That is a very specific. Yes. Okay. Stop rigging. These names come up with one. He's amazing use your brain. I just remembered a main comment men. They call him a mumble crust. Somebody will work medical word referring to a toothless beggar from a mood. Okay crust. One. Almo Chris good, man. I like that. That sounds like a side you in order red lobsters lobster. Call him a mosquito bugger stop Anthony the clicking. I can hear. And it's annoying. Fuck stop. User fucking imagination. Better than all of our magic. And those words were silly. But there's nothing any bad words. That are not bad words. Yeah. Okay. You make one up. Call him a fucking this coma soggy elbow. That's well, I use imagination soggy. It's calm soggy. Bottom assault ally. Lot of Robbie bottom. Bottom slung. Yes. Lobby bottom. Hell, yeah. Sounds like my stress rod idea. But. Slobby? Oh god. He had sloppy. Bottom boys. Oh, we're open. Also known as Red Lobster. Call him a nematode. Yeah. Are you? Call him Salion 'cause throws a Sicilian. No, it's it sounds like that. But it's spelled with a c in the front. Oh, well, Sicilians are also gross because they say it's like Google. You could call them that you're goule all Gaba ghoul. Yeah. Kella Matza wral or something like that fucking positive Zule. Yeah. Dirty gaba. Goule Zule mozzarell-. Disgust couple gobble goule. Okay. I think we got any closing remarks before we move onto the final question. No now, I I think we've covered. Okay. Fantastic. Kyle. Would you like to read the final question? I would like to read the final question. How can I tell Google that? I already propose to my fiance and don't need ads for engagement rings anymore. Sincerely, the little search engine that could not understand that. I already bought an engagement ring. Okay. All right. Get a VPN and then set your IP address to South Korea. And then you'll start getting South Korean ads offer totally unrelated shit. So there you go you won't even what this. Yeah. They'll be completely meaningless to perfect for you'll learn you'll learn Korean you'll learn South Korean is to say. Could have dialects. You don't know. They actually do they. Fair enough. I stuck my own foot. My mouth. I Claud my own but with the lobster so. Soghi bottom. Boy. Torn up those lobster claws. I think that's it. You just Google something else? Right. I having them more fodder like just start googling some random ships like look in. Hugo divorce? So then the you just. Ads. That would action bees in Google and being instead or. Bingol? Go. Yeah. Duck. Go have you heard of that? Do it's the most up and coming search engine brats used by everyone in Brooklyn. It's one of the search engines that protects your privacy. So it in crypts all your searches, and it doesn't selling any of your information to. Coupes them before it sells them. Yeah. Exactly. So it's nice in package. So it makes sure that it gives it ensures safe delivery from them to the fire. No one else. Besides the advertisers that we sell your information to get hold of your information. It actually it actually it throws lobsters at you. When you make a search. That's why it's called duck duck. Oh, it's it in it improves performance. And it it tries to discourage a sedentary lifestyle. So it make sure that you're always active the fuck Dr dog oh sales. Well, you better duck and then duck and then go. Doc, oh dot com. Privacy simplified. See I told you. I've seen that before is a good checkout start page dot com. It's use Google, bro. The only reason I use duct goal is to get to Google. Did you guys know that the most commonly searched for keyword on being Google? For my. Yeah. Playing second fiddle to somebody. And then the second biggest search engine is actually not being it's it's YouTube really all I was going to say the ask Jeeves dot com that that's actually the most goes Google YouTube. They ask Jeeves g then big. Yeah. Yeah. Anyway. Yes. Just Google something else. Yeah. I mean that works just start using. Tore tore browser. And you gotta start completely masking your IP. He's just really terrible ideas. I mean, it is if you wanna like, you know, do so nefarious shit online. But you could completely hide your online identity for good forever. Locked down your computer switched to Lennox, stop using windows. Completely disconnect yourself from the mainframe. Have you tried just telling Google that? You bought your fiance? A ring. The end is call them up and say, no more of those fiance ads anymore or just type into Google search bar. I already bought it. And then see what pops up? That's a good idea. I think you should just type that in like, no more fiance ads. Please. Thank you, use voice. Hey, google. I bought it. Stop. Oh, fuck am. I assistant just I wasn't taught. I do why. I also I have I have Alexa. I have to say quietly or else. I have I have Alexa. I have Google. And then I also have the latest which is ask Jeeves Jeeves g births g Jeepers creepers. If you say Jeepers creepers three times, your response finally response, if you sing gray. Where'd you get those peepers? Okay. So I think we answered this question. Very good, boys. Let's let's top this off with our last question, which is food for thought. We're not going to answer it. But before we do thank you so much. Everybody that listens. We really love your support. And we look forward to talking at you next week. So who who wants to read this this last question do? Okay. Anthony, you like to read this for us. Okay. Was just told the you can bowl and AIG in your anus Amos, but eggs boiler and a hundred sixty degrees. And my aim is is only like ninety nine degrees. Are there any other things I can cook with minus cheeses Christ? I got that sounds like the happiest event ings we could do so big. I really skews. Dear. Lord. All right. And with that we we bid you do. Bye. Bye. Hi, personally.

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Call Me When It's Over-Episode 164

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Call Me When It's Over-Episode 164

"You are listening to call me one. Everybody Cigarettes River Jealousies boy and I'm Alexis McCoy High Guy Sixty four communist over one sixty four cold excitement okay. We're just GONNA pause for applause. Even though there's no applause shelter who's listening to appreciate. Please don't forget to describe download all this stuff key. Show keeps you on us. Love yes please to and as bringing more or content yeah just engage with us. We love hearing from you guys getting feedback and I hope you guys are enjoying the dad said videos that we drop every Thursday and if you do not know that they drop every Thursday I just told you no. No no no. It's so check us out. Let's get let's let's jump in everything <hes> uh shot off of the week shutout close to Jaden Smith yes jaden shots Jameson for his. I love you of Vegan food trucks that he did for his twenty first burger king birthday so everyone who doesn't know V <hes> this last week last week now last week Jaden Smith he made a food truck. I love you. He gave Vegan food to homeless and hungry people. I think that is <music>. That's a fire away to spend your birthday. That is such a <hes> a humble way of doing something giving back to the community. You know how I mean you know. FACEBOOK has kind of started that trend of for your birthday create are mature attorneys charities which I think is so so so <hes> Human Moses do that for people sell for him to do something like that. I think this is so great and also shows that his family has taught him how to be a minute -tarian. Definitely I mean you know you think about turn twenty. One and most people just excited they drink so I mean of course he's and I've had this conversation with somebody about will Smith in Jada Pinkett of the way they raise their kids but to have some to have the kind appearance that you have. It's like it's it's true blessing the way he was raised because it's like he's way more insightful. It's like Oh you know there's much more to the world and just me being rich and even just the way he makes his music. He's like other worldly types ships and I think <hes> also because they had such a <hes> will will smith has such a family oriented mind saying like <hes>. I remember him doing interviewing. He was like what if I have big house in all my family struggling then they can come stay with me and it's that simple yeah. It was funny because pop would always say that he said we got the White House with so many rooms wireless the homeless people in D._C.. These shit like that of course I mean it's not really that hard to fathom but like to have somebody who even if I got a big biggest house I'm rich my family struggling. Come in the fact that you know what I can appreciate is the fact that he didn't like do it as a rollout for something else and undo his album that had nothing to do with his his waterline it wasn't in connection next to nothing it was just he wanted to do that and I feel like he is basically <hes> not setting a tram but leading his his generation of of young people definitely in by example yeah leading on by example and saying hey we can just do it just because these people need help and that's why I like that he named I love you yeah. 'cause it's even just what we heard in church last week so how many people actually have given without the thought of I'm going to get something back and goes to the fact that the conversation that we were talking about about homeless people in general forgotten because a person is homeless. People think that they're they supposed to be given scraps when in reality they're humans just like us so just because they have less than what we have a whatever choices they made to get to that point that doesn't mean that they are not. They're not <hes> deserved a healthy meal a CO drink food. <hes> you know clean clothes somewhere to shower somewhere the recipes you know we the things that we consider as basic might be major to them even going into the conversation. How many people that came to that truck that weren't in never have food in in our lives or didn't didn't WanNa try it but that's not even if they turned it down? It was the thought that counts you know like they can. They can walk away from him. He did it. You took your own money to send no sponsorship had nothing to do any backing of anything like you say and he took his own money. I WanNa give something you know what it's so beautiful that people <hes> so season their kids to be <hes> people that give back to you know humanitarian they are are concerned about the culture and people that are less fortunate because that's the foundation of how I was raised. My grandmother worked and <hes> as a cook and a homeless shelter for almost thirty years so the foundation on my family is all Alabama giving back to the community making sure that your people are good making sure that you are <hes> if somebody doesn't have something if you have a give it to them you know <hes> creating that death safe haven for people that don't have what they all of the things that they all resources that they need so the fact that his parents have instilled that into him and at twenty one I only imagine when he's GonNa do by the time he's thirty you know nor for ruler. He really wants to own the world. He wants to <music>. He has the intelligence in the backing and the back and the respect of the world to be able to do that. He looks I mean he looks he looks so he studied the grades. He looks at Elon. Musk has won his biggest influences <music>. Who is that the guy who invented the Tesla out? Okay Yeah you talk about him a lot. Yeah you know too much about him. He a lot of people call him weird like he is. I want I will call him renaissance me in a sense. He's an an inventor <hes> he's been around for but like somebody who is like what I mentioned that the giving anything getting any like he invented the Tesla format and then he just gave it to other companies after you made his money and he's like Ya Gavin now and it's not even about I made my own is that he made enough money to back other things that he wanted to do you think about it if another owner if another creator or something something somebody had a patent they want they would sell it. They wouldn't give it he gave it open. It was so funny about stuff like that. Inventors always think of like superheroes because you're the only person they can come up with your formula. Can't nobody can mimic the original formula that you came away and that goes to as far as artists saying how we were having a conversation about how if something God gives something to you can take that away from you because he gave his specifically to you think think about Noah's Ark guy gave noah the vision in the details the bill the ARC. He couldn't know what couldn't <hes> nobody can member mimic than the arc that Noah bill because they have the details and the instructions in <unk> the Measurement Regiment you think would've had couldn't make that right <hes> probably yeah it wouldn't have been a both that would have lasted as long as it. Did you know so I feel like if people move in that direction you know some stuff is has specifically for you and this particular case pertaining to the Tesla and how Jaden is moving the way that he's maneuvering is like him creating the water flint the making the filters and everything right him going into these communities and do it. Ain't nobody GonNa do it like Jaden does it. I mean you think it but you think about it though like he's he's you can tell kind of kid one twenty-one so he's Kinda man the understands every little bit counts like he's not a multi-billionaire and he's doing his small part. Yeah and people forget about that. Everybody plays the park yeah. Everybody plays a part and said okay. This may seem small now but we don't understand the butterfly. It's like that chain effect you go off course notify has mostly to do with history and things of that nature. I mean going timetable. Excuse me understand that but it's like that whole chain-reaction. It's like this in five years can spark. Nobody else shit. I WANNA do that too I wanted to there's plenty of ads on two different like a machine. It's multiple parts machine work. <hes> so you're the little twisty turny thing might be something that you'll will create here but the turning thing needs something to pull it. You know you the car. I'm like yeah. I mean all of these small parts. Make this big machine. Oh Yeah you know what I'm saying. J. Big shot him. It's like it. I just hope that more people coming behind the generation combined is that people already wrote often. I hope that they see that the people that are in today's where we only have to wait about the I'm talking the people of all ages Sergei and be like this young man or this person and my generation or this generation behind me are whatever the people he's inspiring. All people so want to do something is important. Do now what I'm saying like keeping a going yeah having to continue and because they always say it's GonNa take generations to change things like this show funny because I had this. I was having comes as with someone actually South Jay talking another day now in the middle of conversation. I'm not gonNA say what exactly but in the middle of conversation I say you'RE I. I grew up in a super progressive Eric. He's I mean technically. He did too but <HES> 'cause. He's nine on US older than me but like the the as that we live in like if you were born in the eighties if you want an eighties and then you grew up all to the nineties we lived through an extremely progressive sell funny 'cause we were definitely talking about that the other day as far as like computers mm style <hes> just remember sitting at your computer and using a floppy days so gone from floppy this thumb drive and to thumb drive to actually save and shit on your computer box right. It's like being able to not have to turn your laptop off closing opening back there right or not somebody not using a phone why you on the computer if you use the computer and somebody on somebody wants to get off the Internet like they couldn't work at the same time so us going from a computer box to a laptop no phone of Oh fuck from a long car for phone so a wireless phone. I don't like if you gotTA iphone. You don't need laptops like that. Yeah like your phone could do any fucking about Inco ipads a really dying. They are nobody okay. I was talking yeah. I was talking to him. I use a picture I was talking to <hes> I was talking to Jericho shadow to my my cousin jerker back home but anyway <hes> I was talking to her. I was like Oh <hes>. Jada needs a IPAD. She was like girl Eh. When she first guy he is normal and I was just and then I said and I thought I said don't but that's how you know? Technology is moving so fast. You got so many electronics. You don't even need that shit eleven years ago ipads like the rage yes the everybody wanted to win and now it's funny because graphic design it is it is it's super funny because when I was in college they gave him out like neglect they would give like the way they will give laptops. I've had no. We had a laptop in the IPAD. No one I I remember being in school and they was like Oh. You need to carry everyday. Both Oh my guy I I can only think of one class. I use the IPAD Day just like the one that I got now is is dead. Definitely like this is funny about some we live in the stream progressive era. Everything changed so you can't imagine mindsets are going to channel right and everything around us. We're GONNA see like Oh shit. You know this is all messed up and you can cannot deny that the children are coming up behind us are so far in advance the thought process there so in it so blessed yes and it's a blessing occurs because it makes you feel like I'm not even a parent yet and I'm Kinda terrified or the fact of what my kids are GonNa know that I don't know easily. The hardest thing to do was asked me to teach Outta set the V._C._R.. Now it's like when my kid grows up by the time they like five harsh reality and he'll be like you still do not use it. They're like well stews me. The citizens may yesterday. That's how I feel. When I'm talking to my mom like she excuse me? Don't you know mom really advance for us to be her as though she she do. She knows a lot of shit but like basic stuff. When it comes herself all like today this quick story today she was like Ooh? I got my facebook setup <hes>. She lied because you know she got emails. SETUPS UPS confuses. She get the facebook game yeah he was like I got my facebook setup so you know they do that. Age thing the my niece had did the like age switch thing and she looked like my mom. Tom Salvage like mom. You should look you should look at this pitcher so everybody was like you just like your grandmother. As soon as I thought this is my mom which I fuck with you so we'll have an annuity said on the news uh-huh so she was just like <hes>. Let me show send it to me on my facebook and I was like okay. I can't send it. I can't send it to you like tag you the photo so she she was like I ain't get the tag it so she was like sending to this and she gave me her email address. So I'm like mom facebook. You got email together so I emailed her email her on ah on the face bitter whatever and she was like girl she do let me but I ain't that fat and my face ain't never looked back so I was like y'all I mean of course she's the Chunky version of you look like and then she he was like Oh so this is what instagram look like high. Get One in M._C.'s utilizing your my grandmother sedition one time because Montgomery lives on facebook and she she was like Oh because I had I forgot what it was. I said it's something about instagram prior to my sister and she goes you Mugabe. Does this thing was. She beat around the Bush. She'll never go straight to something to act like. She don't like something like she'll say some really slick shit. Just it sounds like someone's going to fucking instagram my grandma. Nobody was talking about instagram. Though you listen to Mike and as you go so wasn't Graham like Julia as I say you think about facebook on crack but forty times Oh my God that Oh people get out instagram's they might just shut it down y'all. They'll take us from there but he is now. So what do we Komo on D._V._D.. On my God my sister-in-law's like that too she be live on facebook. Yossi nothing I'll tell you my own life for our and a half my nephew graduation. I'm like lady. What are you doing on live seen live and then the stuff? That's live you see her hand. You see the fee you probably. He'll say hey can't see you make yourself because she got to enjoy androids. Ah Terrible when it comes to the live videos all those Andrews all Ya want but Russia but they'll be looking clear started you you think they back in the nineties like on a video fucking voice dubs all off like people are going to heat that Shit. I'm like your what are you doing. The whole thing isn't slow every like this. Just put the camera. Please do some but <hes> I mean like saying I was on jails. We live in an extremely progress. We grew up in Intrigue Progressive Era. We seen everything jump up from multi technology like a motherfucker like like a really be and it was like a blink of is hyper shape. Was I remember I remember and I'm getting into the next second. I remember over. I remember in Africa greater was this is I was like maybe third grade go to computer every elementary school like let's go for people for people who don't who don't know who listen like our in New York. Uh I grew up in Missouri but <hes> every elementary school has a computer every single elementary middle well once you get the for the most where you have you know whatever and then Behi- switch on that but <hes> I remember I would go in and like to play video games from time to time in Santiago like I remember one year. It was like transformers. We had the joystick with the one button. This is ninety two now yeah now. I'm saying now I I'm not saying you know I'm telling you still yet. You was union school yet now in school yet. You were like still three years off from going school so this is like. Mainly to and it had like Tari stick with the the one button or whatever it was playing transformers and having a button on top of the joystick to shoot or whatever and then literally like four years later the computers completely different four five years later everything was different right and then laptops come in cellphone started coming in in like ninety eight ninety nine yeah so lily from ninety to ninety nine I seen cell phones. Beepers Mugger had a car phone. He had a car phone so your grandfather you said my girlfriend up. If I had a girlfriend in ninety two my grandfather had a car phone so and so this is like nineteen ninety ninety one I see the he go from a carphone to a beeper to a cell phone to now to two ways now. Everything is like a lily computer in your pocket. It's funny because I remember when I got my first cell phone and it was just this whole conversation making the sound man all far from now scary but that's how fast moving though I remember when I had it didn't have no color. It was just a blue phone. Would yeah snake on it. Yeah haven't I had no care and then no no yeah I think I started with that phone and square screen yeah and then I went from that to a flip phone fan. Did you ever razor now. I didn't like raises a fucking disgusting. I didn't like those I it was something about it. That made me say it was ugly. That's where I was from that to when A._T.. And T. T. before then back home they were southwest and bill. GotTa have singular singular was first when it came to sell so it was singular and in eighteen hundred singular but it was southwestern bell when we are so singular. It's probably like cities over big big major. It's hard to A._T.. And T. and when they went to when I had bought them it became a colored phone with the color eighteenth brought the money yeah they had the color color screen singler was. I'm housing because I am I had no credit. I was young eighteen seventeen. Whatever <hes> that's why I got? I got threat when I was eighteen. Yeah that's the only place that into credit checks but singler was first and single had like rollover minutes so everything's all your minutes during during the one month they will over into the next one. You have extra minutes. I didn't pay. I just knew about the free nights that weekend. We'll see you had to because you paying bills was good Primo like my mom was like three nights as a weekend and you can talk to the bay I I would I have my first phones. Were prepaid but I I three phones. Were prepaid and spend more money. You know what I'm saying but the one guy was so this is one like sprint strength for free who had to say Shit as you but then like they had free at nine Preston are free after seventy one of the pay the ten dollars. I WANNA say for the free several Fuck Shit. I'm not if I was thinking about it. I like that I was like 'cause we still had a house on so I did to my sisters always on it yeah. At least they had a house on other fuck that I'm seven o'clock. Call me but it's so funny Steve Yeah. Well we texting at that time but it wasn't heavy. It was depend on who you work because it was the numbers out. They started the heavy when I got flip phone because when the plan started getting expanded as like unlimited sprint did that I was on. I don't want to detect I'm like and they were slick. They did five hundred text but it was including incoming when I found that out because I had how to build the like four hundred dollar bill I my guy was my billed as much money and it was because you did this and you bought one ringtone and I was like no fun as shit like I never my life doing so petty then I found out three G. for free and I got nafri rings but I mean speaking of like just the whole progressive thing. Whatever <hes> everybody watches one five all listen to one of right breakfast? Did you see the Dan and view but yeah I watched it last week actually so dapper Dan is going on a <hes> and if you don't who is they need to google them like he is heavy. He's pivotal especially if you from New York you say yeah specifically from New York yeah all right if you're just a fashion person in general to if you're a fashion hey how are you like drug. A you know a bunch of drug business. Hey Hey he's not popularized for selling new drug dealers. I'm not saying garage for selling records the drug dealers it was just happened to come damper. Dan was known for styling a bunch of John Villas in a girlfriend. No no that's not gonna put that on him. I put them he no he did. He said what <hes> with the money he did he did if you don't know who Dabur. Dan is like Google found out or whatever but he's going on or run because he has that book which I really want and <hes> he <hes> he went he did he did a press at debris club yeah and how ninety seven and then the soul. I didn't know he did highlights honey. I didn't find out until like maybe three days after he did the breakfast. 'cause hunters have their social media is terrible like even know even though they they have ads this shit everywhere like they don't promote their youtube so I don't see the they don't get as much traction as the breakfast club. I don't know breakfast breakfast headlock backing you got a lot of backing shot and then they got what was the flex I m flex retry jump. We got him flex. Jump the jump the line because he flexible little for jumping lines flashing warning warning definitely going nowhere. He jumped a line in a minute one day. He'll be on your team then the next day. He'll be on things people around flex beef all right. I've been listening flexes ninety since ninety six but in ninety eight ninety nine when I was my own music by my own C._D.'s shit and I used to listen to him at nine o'clock eight o'clock when he starts his mix it it it would literally his show still start saying to this day. I'M GONNA stop a little bit but it was just talking holiday seven. He does the bombs then when he'd beefs with somebody he talks over the song already already but then he'd be for somebody is I go who plays although so don't you fucking play like he talks like a half hour and the <hes> the lightning my God but anyway so <hes> dapper. Dan Ended interview now the breakfast up interview was our our numb honey. Seven was maybe fifty minutes so just under an hour okay but the reason why I what it was a lot of stuff said after the breakfast. That's what I told you watch it but then there's I'll get into why I think honey has better questions all the time but so charlemagne had as deborah and of course he was talking about like you know his partnership Gucci and all this stuff you whom rented all that stuff and everything was in the book Charlemagne estimate question he says why do we still why don't we popularize black. <hes> black may designers. I why don't we give them. The same praises we give the other designers and Aberdeen ran around that question. He didn't completely answer the question. The interview was good but he didn't run around the question. I called you and I spoke to you about it and I'm a little conflicted about we had a really good conversation but then I watched hunting seven one and I'm like I get it. He answered it but I think so ebro as some question and he answered it word for word like he just went for. I think he doesn't like the way Charlemagne so instigative. I think he didn't know how to <hes>. He didn't have a proper language to say that probably because it seems I I mean that's a heavy questionnaires having question and during throughout the whole interview he really wasn't answering questions going around. I'll give like a history lesson `sound but it it wasn't working it 'cause Zulu when he was like I'm not GonNa talk about the drug does but he was given all of the business away it was like it was his interview was kind of like all over the place and they weren't willing really telling him in and they were just letting him talk so when he got set a serious questions about the stuff he know what the fuck it was just talking. That's why I was in our and I like you got like Ebro. Rosenberg and Laura Styles these three people who immersed in culture right saying so it's like they know what to ask Ebro being the older one all of them like they know what to ask and he's asking him questions. He Got Deborah answer questions that fucking some of the main couldn't even get out of. I think an another thing that was wrong with that interview yeah then in allow for Angeliki to say anything because she do really good question is trying to ask a really good questions and it was just like Charlemagne the second over the very few Tom. She actually has really good question yeah because for the most part she born this is my my. I thought that the I thought that his interview I didn't watch the hot ninety seven one but I thought that his interview with a breakfast club he had some points that he brought out he was the points he he did. I thought that he should've admitted that. I just want to be more global. I WANNA put myself in a more. He didn't admit that he wanted to be. He's like oh he was trying to be politically correct. He was because he went on a tangent about the Brownstone and how people don't want to bring money back to Harlem and I'm in Harlem on my house in Harlem. My brownstone is and it's like yeah. That's cool but not everybody. MHM wants to live in the place that they grew up like me personally. I love my hometown by I don't ideally seeing myself having my family. They'RE GONNA have ownership of land in that place. Yes I said the New York Yeah Yeah but do I visually see myself. Having my roots here I mean and in Saint Louis No because it's definitely not a place that I is conducive to my lifestyle but <hes> yeah so I felt like he should've just emitted and the interview I personally won a go global and there's nothing wrong with that now now. It's funny because you remember when when did this way interview. Famously came house way when Dapper. Dan went of tiny hunting seven and said what he said all's I understood understood what kind of saying beginning but I feel like that if people pay attention to the one they get why cognacs pass out like that I mean the way he spends. I shouldn't have have him but it is what it is. It was his natural state but the way he was talking about how we can't do this alone. We can't kind you were saying Dapper Dan. He explained it way better. He articulated better so his his whole his whole mindset is completely accurate. People ask them so the end the asthma so if you if you're that but then you have the name you have the mainstay like why did you go to Gucci. Why why are you working with Gucci and he says because we need the infrastructure he said you look at the way culture has gone? He's like rat took off like Phil more or less. It took off. He said the one thing is sports took off. He's the one thing we don't have is stake in fashion. Even though we created the culture right we create it and she said on breakfast club you know this. I'm talking the breakfast exactly yeah. I'm talking about the one I should have specified. That's my four <hes> so all is almost saying right. Now is going up the breakfast right now <hes> and he says we didn't have the infrastructure. We need the backing and I think he was. He was flustered by Charlemagne because it's like he didn't want to answer that question right in there. It just seemed like you know but I'm Charlemagne asked him. If you had the name why don't you just back one of these brands and he's like why would I have done that. It's like white all them failed. They didn't try to come back and learn something. He's and that's our problem as black people like we don't try to always learn the infrastructure we jumped into business and in wonder why all these businesses fail he's. It's that whole idea of me you meals talk about you. GotTa be a worker before you could become a boss is true and it's like is he said there's nothing wrong like a virtual Abbas a little different because I get people people say he's a token understand that he's he's learning how to run his off. White better run his ship better. He's only how the this is why the deal does she just got for the high infinity <hes> for for her fashion well yes with the she's learning how to run this on a global scale so that you build the you get the infrastructure you learn how to do something and it's like it. It wasn't it. It bothered me that he he didn't answer he'd answer questions certain ways. That's what bothered me about the interview but then watching the hunting seven one I got it. It's I look at it like some people were mad because it seemed that he was saying black. People can't be <hes> luxury designers on <music> own which is not true because you look at what he was doing. He learned how to make textiles learn how to do printing. He was making he was he was. It was like you know what we're talking about. When you're making design on other people's stuff like he's taking something I've exists exists already and repurposing it technically that makes a yours you just don't have the ownership of the actual logo right? That's it you know but somebody somebody like him. It's like that's your intellectual property rights so if a company wants to work with you and it turns out right like the store he has the partnership that Gucci did with him and it gave him the store he owns one hundred percent of that he gets all the money goes to him. Everything goes to him and the only thing here to do keep up the integrity of the collaboration. That's a fucking deal right there you know but when he started talking to hunting and seven and he just he he he allocated way better. It's like he had time to think to go back over some like I said. I think that that question took him to come. It put him in a place where he didn't know how to answer it because he had thought about right. That's got to think about yeah but also look at it from this perspective. How how is the person GonNa get mad about a man that is trying to build his own thing? I I mean you can't help nobody until you help yourself if you have your foundation harm going back you if my foundation together just because people know my name that doesn't mean that I am in a stable enough situation to help you and and that doesn't mean that I can't we can't learn at the same time. I don't want you around but I can't give one hundred ten percent to you if I in gave if I got it shit. I don't feel like I have it enough to give to you at the moment I mean I think that's what would me will black people is that we feel like that because the person has made it or we see them in a public. You cannot dictate what that person. You can't say what that person is capable. I love doing for another person at that time the whole yeah. You don't know what they have going on behind the doors like everybody would be like oh well. You know beyond saying J._C.. All this money you know how many business deal how many okay if title had a problem that means that Jay Z. loss on millions of dollars. That's he's one hundred percent right <hes> so that means that he losing money. He got the get that money back. How are you going to get their money back tours and stuff like that so you you account people just because people have all stuff they have million dollar houses that they're paying for their their invested into the lifestyle and you don't know what other business ventures their aunt of money that they lost that they got to get back the best more money more problems uh-huh right so you know anybody that has an investment into something or has invested into themselves? You don't know what they can do. They can't help everybody <hes> they can't <hes> and that's just what the real is Emme. You can help up you can help as many people as you can't help but just because they're personnel help. You don't mean that that person is a sellout or whatever it that that energy kind of bothers me because it's so many other people in the world that can help you <unk> we focus on the people that have the name what about that person down the street that as a fashion designer and could teach you how to facts and help you run your business. I hope you do a small boutique but no oh you're focusing on this person. That got got all it is notoriety. Everybody is going for you know and I think that <hes> Deborah Dan if to me I would have liked for him to admit that I just WanNa have this for myself and I'm he's. He's building his legacy for his name because let's think about it in context I mean but it's not for the history that I know about him when they came in Strip temp he had this bill rebuild his cellphone game. They stripped him of all of the things that he created created. They didn't give him any funding on it. He didn't get paid for the re-creations that they may of his intellectual property that he didn't get any of that. They stripped him. He has filed for bankruptcy. The I._R._S. came for him so think about that. That's money does out outta his pocket right. That's money that he had to pay to the I._R._S.. Plus he got sued plus. He has kids plus. He has a family right yeah so when he got his first big check the only thing he was thinking about what's himself he wanted to go to sean jaw that let's funded by duty has many <hes> you know but he he he made it. He made a really really good point. He says Sean John Didn't matter until ditty started higher and stuff and he said he says is true because I have put that question out on Instagram but I didn't answer it myself because I wanted to see what people going to say that but the whole black luxury perception <hes> it's. He says it's not like he he made a really good analogy. He says there's a guy someone thirty thousand dollar house in this guy selling three hundred thousand dollar house the guy who's black is selling thirty thousand dollar house. The Guy was white so three hundred thousand dollars. He says nobody sees color when going by the house they care about what where they're gonNA lie right. It doesn't so it doesn't matter about who's behind these brands it's. It's about exclusivity like what people want like. The value is an organization yes one hundred percent and think about it because based off of what he said <hes> pertaining to Sean John Happy Apple Bottom and food on all these places. It's the demographic lube who is not a high end fashion. That's street wear and that's why they own coochie right so they can go high end right. It's not high end so you're talking about these luxury brand. Not every black brand is luxury one hundred percents. Let's be clear so I mean. Let's just put that out there because people can say luxury no if yo she is shrinking in three days. That's not luxury brand right there bright. You look like you look at it like d._m._v. was asking so how many black they said how many <hes> Debbie Dan has how many black black owned luxury brands are there and he said of course off-white the first one version I blow that's the first one you're gonNA say then he says for guy you got Lorenzo which I'm very intrigued <unk> by him in general so he's he's though jared runs on the you got this Branko Pie Moss who's like fairly new the you got guys like <hes> Bala Sorry Yeah I just heard about him and then <hes> Kooning crew crushing crushing should whatever it's a girl she her friend has started Michelle Altay or something. I'll probably know if I see yeah. I have the name 'cause I was research. I was looking. I was like I don't know in black high in fashion <hes> and then there's a few because you know that's not my world. I'm not really into high emotions like that like yeah on some stuff. That's somebody about me but I it's not really my thing but you look at it so we speak like we think about the perception of luxury name right so like because it's not popular does that mean is not high end. This stuff is beautiful. Stuff is fine. You look at like somebody like <hes>. You Got Melody Ashani a as I say any military shoddy. She's like a designer she had a I found out about her. Lavish Reebok a few years like four sneakers four five sneakers crazy she superdome. She makes like she makes jewelry. Designs close for her. Shit is really hard to get yeah no but it's not considered high end because of ways presented but the materials are great exclusivity is there. That's like my Leah Gadgets like me me has high in south of ignoring yeah so you. This is just like her. <hes> it's like because that popularity is not only or there is different wiser not considered luxury and we we look at a lot of designers and stuff like you know you say go to local designers this people. I want to get getting things made by people that know personally people that I just found out about mill but it's what would that be. Dan Say if we continuously if we WANNA be looked at in luxury I in high end I if we continue see pandered to just our people in our circles yeah never be perceived as important enough which is me being me being an artist creative myself. It's true stand it like I look at it like I'm going to bring them on paintings because Salaam some people now no even doing for a few years. Now people are now understanding that I'm you know I'm in the design world now but it's with bags starting in certain aspects of clothing and things of that nature but like I'm really that whole artist slash designer thing you know <hes> which I'll tell you I'm still trying to grow into that. Were like the mentally the more I say accepted on so cheap. I appreciate that thank you so we will have point <hes> designed. Just sorry okay yeah so so so I look at something like painting for example value my painting yeah so technically weekly something that you make from your hands is priceless right. We'll talk people big companies paid for pay for execution any pay for results so if you have good shape they'll pay for good shit. Somebody will pay for good shit. You don't even Jordan's take thirty five cents to make but yet the perception the values three hundred dollars twenty hours from retail so I look at my paintings when I I when I first started really selling selling my shit like when I was when I first started doing my painting heavily like I started thought it live painting in two thousand nine. I'm paying for like maybe seventeen years now but who was who was doing. I'm going nowhere. I don't fuck lightning. I'M NOT GONNA audience too many trees so so but I got heavy like when I started getting paid for like two thousand eleven right okay so I'll so I started doing his raffle. I will do a dollar raffle so I would mash it in my house right somebody. Oh let me bring something raffle for a dollar alright bye for over thirty dollars for sixty two hundred and event or whatever then I will go to other events. I'm like two hundred one nine sixty one night but I'm like giving these things away like you can pay dollar and you can potentially have in my mind on. I WanNa all my people don't own shit. I would always say if I can just be a millionaire or ninety million if I can just have oh my gosh I'd be successful. I'll be happy with that but then I'm like if I do that. I won't get to the places in the world that one it won't be enough. You know no 'cause they knew so I would tell thanks for. Oh you know it's forty. Dollars is fifty dollars sixty dollars and it's like okay cool certain I'm very grateful for the people about things from Virga for for people get it from you but it's like that takes away from the the value of it if I can get there for forty dollars. Why am I going to spend four hundred dollars for this? Get this for forty dollars this for fifty dollars so when he starts talking about oversaturation and not in your things not being exclusive and it takes away away from from from the perception of I understood it I get it. It's why why am I gonNA keep. Why am I gonNA make sure it's like Kinda? Kinda was mad that we would just subjected to only make shirts black people right that's-that's are foray into fashion T. shirts right <hes> so he was pissed about that and it's like now people like t shirts T. shirts or whatever but <hes> I make a t shirt I got three hundred of them in all all twenty five thirty dollars right now. One hundred people have this shirt. Two hundred people have the shirt but what if I had a shirt for forty dollars and only made thirty of them only made fifty of them only fifty people have this shirt now supply and demand comes runs into and it's not even about the money is about having something that nobody else has wanna feel special and that's exactly what Dapper was in the business of so from that conversation you had on of on honey seven as opposed to the breakfast. I completely understood it. Yeah announced high in fashion is one of those worlds that is GonNa be <hes>. I'm sorry if those long would know it's one of those worlds that I feel like we can take on but it is one of those worlds were. It's not going to be a lot of people that people that look like you own yourself and we have to accept that yeah. We have to accept that because we just we did a death about that yeah. It's like it's not going to be a lot of you. It's not a lot of people are able to afford two hundred twenty dollars rice and we we have to respect that that all right I may have three thousand friends on facebook. All of them look like me tend to buy something even if even if they can't afford it they're going a delegate what is important to them and respect that you have to respect that just because just because you are black doesn't mean that everybody person on support you that that goes to the Netflix thing breach because we were talking about how the Netflix film some of the independent films on Netflix. I watched them because I am intrigued to see what the stories ally but is a whole bunch of them that I skip over because I'm just like this shit looked crazy reception right <hes> it eight crazy the story don't make sense to me just because that doesn't mean that I don't appreciate because his actors we don't know in it. Yeah I mean I'll watch anything but I mean if your sound fucked up the camera camera shy. I can't get what you I can't follow like and that's just me do I appreciate you and I I want to support you in. I appreciate you for putting out the work but and I for me and you can't get a came. Be Like all we on support one another. No I just ain't which I would show vision everybody vision langone stand and we but we lose that when we make something we get mad when our people our community doesn't accept it and it's like just ain't financing for them. If you're putting out something somebody is going to receive it because it's music our today that people bop into they shouldn't even made it to the radio somebody in his somebody's his favorite song is the first sandals are here them bitches should have been burned into D.. Keep coming back to life and they keep fluttering everywhere. I do not understand that is the fastest show initiative died winning when it came about bound for that one she killed hers. She only more warm for one season. She don't even more and they just they just flipping fluttering dirtying up. Maybe wearing them so much to look like a matted down couch just like a uncloth ask coach you know they cut off the flux for Alpha. They rode that they sell at target snorkeled a jacket. I don't know but she jacket repealing <music>. Feel like it just needs to dad. That is a fashion. That still is here. I don't understand why I think it should lead you stronger better I do not. I just wanted to just die Eh. I don't like it but it's it's a whole bunch of Ferry Flint friends out here with feet in the summer at night. It's a heatwave happening next week and people are GonNa have them I and does on Ravens USA. Hey looks good on view well yeah. That's if we could just get that perception like hey. You know what everybody ain't GonNa get it. That's cool but like my prices my price and I'm not mad at you. Forget it. I'M GONNA have to sit out a little longer salt lake sending in the fact that we have to it'd be knowledgeable about the the high-end <hes> clothing designers in general we have to be knowledgeable about them and knowing that are advertisement is just not sometimes. We don't have to A. B. The mainstream to be popular we don't we don't have to everybody you don't have to remain string. You'll have to be connected to no other brand to be popular. You can be popular all Baio Them Self Gary Tuck said in two thousand eight. He says it to this day in two thousand a Guy Van Tech's. I'd rather have a million friends that a million dollars and then he says to today he said nothing recently he said I rather have ten million friends than ten million dollars and then they why a word of mouth with her mouth. Is We more valuable than anything anything like. There's a designer. I'm sorry because there's a designer like Sukri. His name is Burnsville super creep in his instagram. He doesn't have a email. He doesn't have a website. He doesn't sell he doesn't sell but he doesn't sell anything like on a web store right there. I'm sure he has a website now but maybe I don't know I but like the end him and he just he's around with. People and people just know Kim and I'm like I'm very he repurposes Luzon unless you say is cool the way he does it and I'm like Kelly. This is kind of like the power of word of mouth like you don't even need Dale Powerful. It really is 'cause people because people palm example take you on Instagram histogram. You gotta opportunity from somebody because somebody was like I heard about your stuff. So what did you hear it it like no you. I was really a wrestling the show and one do Yo- gay talking wasn't anything and I told him yeah he's seen around. He's N._S.. Right you did opinions from my cousin. I'm like I told he's like Joe you. You won't even there but you saw like crazy right. It's crazy like but yeah we're them off. As a mother fuckers I mean but speaking about running your mouth speaking a word of mouth running my traveling fast and another interview. I forgot what show was but my God remained the pre Mr himself the Mayor Antonio he did it interview rate right and they asked him about the state of hip hop Bela who who's your and I only using female but it's applicable double in certain cases I guess but they were like who's your female favorite female. I'm feeling and they started naming names Cardi B. Meg stallion and it's like you said somebody else and he's like he didn't want to answer. He didn't want to answer so he's a he's a I'm not allowed Eli. I'm not gonNA work work but he said <hes> right now as everybody just like sound like a bunch of strippers rival air by Robin Boston this he's so I can't say I have a favorite because he's he's different. He's like <hes> like people used to wrap. He's like now. Wrapping is just the female rapper the rapping about stripping and things and of course it triggered and everything triggers something yeah in the black twitter. I don't feel like they should have felt triggered way. He should have said was there all beginning to sound the same yet no variety right right Combo. It's no variety. It's no variety in music at all we can't we can't even like specify to women and music today. All alleged sound the same but I agree a lot of it sounds exactly it's like ninety. Seven out of the sounds exactly the same say same didn't a minute migos for the most part but I mean there's the variety I guess I mean yeah. I mean you really have to look for a variety or you have to go back to your oh Rolodex simple but like the point he like what he made of what he said about women sees is is true all of these women in his and I'm looking for who come from me. I don't care but if anybody would a right mind in ear like like I like somebody's things I enjoy some of this shit. You know what I'm saying. I not nobody like Cardi B.. Whoever Herreid is a fucking great like Cardi B. but you got meg this down in both the city girls so weedy like all of these all settled exactly the same they all have the same exact thing Nigga faith I gotta get it's all about trigon gives negative fucking like the phrase Montana's with the city girls and it's called legally take his Co.? wiggly and the first thing I'm John Miami says apple up my face in my face this you say even even she said even. If I'm on my period I let them get some shit like that. I'm like why robbing like this every single time I hear you every single time I hear there's no variety show sounds Martha me. She retarded angle shows sounds. I don't know if she as she just found intelligent to me but I do agree with you. I feel like it's I like make the stallion. I love lava voice. I like her. I think she has substance to they. They're selling her sex appeal a little too much for me. Megan aware the chaps and all that stuff like she's weren't Aaron really really short shorts like her sex. Appeal is like overshadowing what the fuck she's saying. She grabbed yeah she. She's really talented and I mean I know that the music industry is very sexualize when it comes to women entertainment but <hes>. I think that she's over. She's over sexualize because she really has something to say. She's really she's really like she can spit some really good bars or whatever but I feel like she do dead. I think that every song that sweetie and even Cardi B. is kind of the realized biscuit fucked by the Nigga for tickets money and it's just like okay. Well Okay so when we done doing what we do neck now. You've got the money from his pants when he asleep so you go back by bag. Okay what else you do it all over again like are they really teaching us the word the ways of life at this point and it's funny because I saw somebody so we're talking about women's shaking as long as a mental selling crack all the time and might get and people complained about not being a variety on that yeah so it's like you gotta call it a spate of spayed dance era when everybody was clunky and a sliding at dip down to yes like yet that's great when you in the club like I gotta go home and listen to what's what's transition Song Transition Clo- like I can't do to do all the way to my car and then get in my car and then you you you look like transition songs. I mean you could this. Your leg hurt so I mean I just feel like I can't. I personally cannot relate to these girls enough like I liked their songs but I mean they're not. I'M NOT GONNA WANNA go. Listen to your whole album how can you it's the same we with somebody that I can't as a whole soldier well. Of course you can how can you he go from you to you. ooh literally the second song we going to be you down the street. I'm not going to hold them free. The transition wishes to lose then you're going to get no freestyles like you and get you ain't go to rhapsody the basement. Not at I think because in somebody said Nikki to like. Like Nicki Menaj whatever flight people give me give me NASCAR RAP is off. She can't lately. I don't know what the fuck she's. She's been trash since call came since Cardi came for since they give them together gather yeah I think since her beef with when she had her beef with Rummy rummy she did she did okay. She did yes she. Did I don't WanNa fries that was at that. I don't know what the future is doing could once once they in because it wasn't her coming for Cardi the media pit them together because there was a Cardigan voice. Even her of verse modus for that was really good was fi eh really good several ways and it's like somebody was like what about Nikki in the name of all these years ago my friend with speaking of that chunk of rappers like Nick Moniz has she. I mean you actually see listen to her album. She's not my styles but like yeah I listen to her album. This last suffers outgoing she was doing for her album was good and then the second was Israeli. Get to Queen. I Dunno where she was going on the street she was on. We're we're your court she. She negotiated a witch who the Crown Swiss listen but I do think that's an issue right there to over sexualization of it's like you gotta be a sex symbol as soon as you come on that kills the music and it does and it put you on us facade like the Reebok. Have you seen the Reebok Commercial Cardi B.. I didn't want the nails. This shit is discussing is it to me like look like a commercial for that. Show clause is it is I'm asking you know it was a reebok commercial in her shoe was untied the nails expanded and then the nails went into like a shoe you and they came back and she her hand up and say Nell did and it was a revised commercial. I was like with the Fook. What's a type of fuck? Is this what what type fuck it stranger things or this and I knew watch I show I watch but that's another story but it's it's like it's like I think that that was that will probably be my issue with the way it's going with the wave with women M._C._i.. Because there's a I mean there's a few right like that girl. I'm Cya like she rat wraps lab. Young and may shoot ran yeah so much of a girl. What's the girl follow her instagram? She's she's beautiful dark skin girl she has braised and she has like this very full fooled deep tone voice and she's got her a very well but she has like a nose ring are here. I'll probably know anyway. She does really she. She's a really good rapper. I mean is just so many out here but I mean do you. Do you think that like that's Kinda was like 'cause right now. Rapids still the number one music genre yeah do but do you think that's GonNa like the loss of varieties gonNA end up not killing it because it won't go away but do you think's GonNa end up hurting and lack of <hes> yes because our embi take our M._B._A.. Cops why they come in they are it's more a singers. They way to get them notes together. They like <hes> um about the follow. We want me Johnny. I'm happy we about to see it. Though yeah no no RB is about the number one thing that's taken over the charts and south to Mario for making a big comeback that he did this does he is like everywhere him Sammy same yeah he was. He was killing it to onstage. Scream passing out. I said girl no go there. His he administered just shock was awful. Mario Never Mary Jo Bobby. Mario never has released another zone. He showed up that albums fire with s-o-f-i overshadow fire. Sammy's Los Alamos fire so I wasn't really a big sammy fan I say slaving I don't appreciate him with braise and a beard. I've never been the hugest fan of his voice but I appreciate his writing older writing better lyrically. He can write his on yeah but like this is fine because I can't judge because he's you know I like the way ally and now he was a little kid but he was in his nostrils to use them. You should be mugger. Uh I wasn't really a Sammy. He was just a little too high pitch files. Come was it come with me. I don't know 'cause I don't own the songs on his album. I was not the older though those like I'm not I like those are two thousand when he made his come on now. I know I know he was. I thought he was still gone. I really did I mean like a popular. He made like a Hippie Song. Who are you looking for looking forward to coming out right now rb? I'm looking for sure like males or just in general <hes> is is anybody you know. I got somebody waiting for Bro James even but he's uh-huh back on his role on now. He's really doing roll up there so you don't actually looking forward to our hope. He drops out my Gail Yeah He. We're going to some uneven him to go. I'm going to predict it now on. This is my prediction okay. If doesn't come at the end of this year spring yeah but spring makes you. I'm so ready from Gail. I'm Chris Brown's album is not that bad knows good good. Yes it it is it he has. He has a variety of some of the same but but I like I think that is I think that if Chris Brown just sings on his next album <hes> I'm I'm intrigued to see what he's GonNa. Do I would actually like to hear Mario Album. I would like another one. I would like for him to put out EP or who else am harassment. She long overdue for our please thing no do some homes or some. She's she's on way too many performances material. I think I'm ready for her like give us some if she on give us the hood love he drug me across the flow. I I love him still he might make out. I can't leave him. I mean if that's going to be her ministry. I'm here. I'm ready to listen she. She's using. I never been drug cross flow and I don't want to be drug. I just want to be drug with the notes right now. I still believe he's easily top Tim writing when it comes on like artists that right their own stuff she's easily another person that I'm looking forward to hearing from. I actually would not be never all the time now 'cause I would love to hear something from Geneka though Okay and ninety nine fan but her last time it was really good okay. I'm a huge fan occurs but yeah so I think it was it was still like still. I'm still five years in the waiting for another Luke Luke commonly. She not stuff on this whole life but I think he's starting to feel it though because he was on twitter Israel Israel's theology five years I'm going to do it. I'm going to do it because then he had the and music he had songs singles and nothing happened yeah drip and then the remix referred and it's like I then he had <hes> owns of mine and it's like it was doing good and inside. nope sorry stars on my life right. I'm in star Star as so many talented young army artists that are coming up up. You know what I want on some shit as as much as I love like we're culture we black. I grew up at all. I I would love to hit a pocket right. Now says you know because we all know thirties now for the most part by late late Twenties Thirties guy here you brand new right in the beginning but it's like we we we had that time of like sacred arm beat Ninety Zombie. I would love for us to hit a pocket like that and I feel like we close. We need a group. We get plea me that we need a strong as are a male armband group in the female. Are you think of RB group Kosovar Right. Now you make a body role of me. I'm I'M READY TO K- type body role on me. I'm it allows eighty not hit a real good note like they did he do that he did he do make it a band again. I don't think he should he. They whole career influenced by about a five that's why he was on the five six seven Doni him I would I would I mean I wouldn't mind all all right. You know what if male rby came back right now. I don't think we need more than two. I think as good strong wind will do out of Gu strong just one just one of them yeah. Just one of only know do I pop pop up grew. No no no no. I don't WanNa Shitload a dancing. I wasn't money to come on the stage and I wanNA feel like you bought the Fox. Somebody let me say of our our fellow as Laurie Tanisha Boys Dimitri type of things just keep a real simple. Don't have don't have no rapper. Don't have no NIGGA standing on do right put features on Shit is because every every every group that came on the two thousands when men male groups this can put rappers ownership which is fine. I'm okay what the rapid situation. I'm okay with that but only Ouni former focus tool y'all can have way saying y'all got the background party when they gonNA just made to be insured on one. I think everybody are real somebody. I got you know what get three three guys have them ago right the whole project. I can see that have mma go right the whole thing but I also feel like they have to be. They can't be young young like look. We'll knee no. We ain't remaking teenyboppers. We don't need mindless behavior. who only know mindless behavior will need no Jackson five? I'll know met they. Why don't they need to be between the ages of twenty five? I'll take them between the ages of twenty one twenty five argosy that twenty one twenty five they they really just started smelling another Jonah Navan really even it up good and then you know they sound that you sound very really if you gotta be pussy you like if you ain't no pussy within you gotta be pushing role right you can't do nobody ever smell puzzle. Okay word pushing no but I'm thinking my they came to young because kids are to advance. They got the you know how you see college for ground playing Nintendo switch. If you give somebody to young I'm saying you know. How have you seen like college college kids today? They may look grown Ezzedine Sixth Grade Ronin. Les Mis College Guy <hes> on video. He was only what Shit nineteen he was nineteen years old. He looked like a thirty five year old man. I said on a C.. Sixers were full beard now to go to see somebody like a priest. Somebody's like all right so like eight minutes left. Okay all right <hes>. Would you rather a brand new group or would you WANNA do like an army supergroup. Okay Nope we. You can't do that when I'm not older not not she okay C._d._c. was was good had a chance but it just like genuine tirees Theresa's in his feelings Jane always always Johnny Gill it was like listen. I'm writing everything nickel. Let's just get this okay okay. If I'm going to do my you though I which I group do your offer. That's easiest easies row James James B._J.. Chicago did none of lying ago. I I do okay that would be body role central right there okay for we're going with sex appeal. We've whatever you want okay. I'm GONNA go we. I'M GONNA go to my gail. I'M GONNA GO WITH I. I need a low tone home. I'll go with James Riley Garo James and Chris Brown really because Chris Brown got that he got that young spirit. I respect that dances ass off so I mean I wanNA dance dance group but we can be the dancer tank a second chance just now pushing ah now being able to make sure he came back after shirt because he he he got knows packs. He got stack football. He's just stacked up there he his he got a dad belly. We've got a belly six pack noble. That's how that's how you know he does. He does crunches. He does a weight 'cause there's Pocono more than his chest nasty I mean for it's some it's for somebody I wanna see I would. I would put tank okay tank 'cause I'm. You know it's hard. You can't put to people who both like taking the shadow kid do that say tank Trey Songz um because they need rapper rapper singer singer again. They need a rapper. They need to rapper singer. They need take he got. He got three notes. Hey take take so you got tank. WHO's older baby swag like he type of Nicholas saying don't tell you what do but he telling you what to do you going to relax? Don't you WanNa Take Gothia close games. I don't WanNa take flashy. Trey Songz the ultra-aggressive mcgirt. I'll look as all the way to toews like He. That type is nasty. He's a stream street up NIGGA. I like that we both nasty if he looking fee Chrysler toes says I'll probably be tank trade zones. You got to get a high. I gotta get a high no a half to get a high note. There now pollute losing because he can he can help right and he has an extreme high note out of all of them yeah. I don't know felt that fuck that it will be tank Mareo. Oh Look James. I'll guy I see that that's what I would do. Soutar Nixon in a major there you go. I like Taisong alone. I I don't think he can carry like he only got three. I mean he got four strong four and a half in car. I'M GONNA put in car terms four in a fucking possible okay they get it. We got to try song album right now. I can tell you all three days yeah but within the talks right that that I think that's that's what track you but if you think about it from a you technical standpoint he four and a possible note since his opinion but I will give you something try you know he knows how to work the voice Lisa. I'm not I'm not saying that he's not talented but he got a possible him Chris Brown Chris Brown nose strings. That's why he got seven street. 'cause he nasal leaving mug unless he gets an act of he cannot reach. I've heard him on a song strug. Go and that's what he hired seven street yeah but I like Chris is good for you. GotTa do a death shit like that. 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65. Tampa Anthology Part Two with Michael Palascak

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65. Tampa Anthology Part Two with Michael Palascak

"Was ramble rouses ram Rambo rambunctious roles. Ram ramblin Ohs sub rambling os. Real quick plug. If you're in the PM w Pacific northwest being Kim Washington, March twenty third party uncanny comedy festival in kit, Washington, right outside Seattle. Jesse may Peluso will be on show deaf die Manny Martin and ju- ball. Fresh. Tickets are available for that. Now be a fun time Bri cities final season is air. And right now, we'll check out those episodes, and you know, what watch a. The return of superman. Is does U2. who is now YouTube series as Korean reality showed as is very busy and as LA going on and is super enjoyable a ways. Is episode. Hey, buddy, right? I got a a message. A few days ago from old friend said he was going to be in Tampa doing shows might palace sack. What's up man going? It's going. All right. How're you doing? Good. Good. See? Yeah. Thank was happening. I- crazy. I became a dad and like a month ago. Yeah. Congratulations. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So that's been my life for last four weeks. What is boy girl? Boy. Jackson jackson. Yeah. Jackson palistan. Yeah. As no, I know. Football football football football, thirteen years is probably going to be flagged. Thirteen isn't that going to be as is hard hidden, whatever I think the rules that they can still play the same way. They just have to. Like the hits where people are up in there. Not a control. I think that's where people I my my brother played football in college. And he was saying that's an easier scholarship to get now. Because so many kids are going away from it compared to newer kids win you named them. Jackson named. The mom came. Well, my my name's hannibal's as a dad today that would be your mom name. My dad in my my name's on my obviously. But I guess like like grown-up I found out later like my last name is very my dad's last name. So he just gave my mom the rights to name all this like it was kind of the same was that you gave it up. He's I just let you handle that. I might have been that. The go-to labor man letter you. Yeah. Palisade? Yeah. She my girlfriend, my significant other. She a lot of Jack in the box when she was pregnant. Okay. That was one of the inspirations also Michael Jackson and okay, Jackson Hewitt, also. We didn't think about. Yeah. Good shit. So you hear Tampa do shows. Yeah. Yeah. House Shogo great. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I I've been doing this for I don't know ten years now, and they do well like, you know, you do different clubs around the on round the road. And you're like, oh, this one this kinda could be better do this one. And I feel like they're doing pretty much like the best. They do all the press like the showtimes, workout, and I feel like they get the drinks out. And everything seems like it's run pretty well. Nice. Yeah. Because it can be it could be crabshoot. Yeah. This it's just so many different different variables. Yeah. Some clubs. You're like, oh, they're just trying to make money right now. Whereas like, this feels like they want to have a sustainable, and they have they've been around long time. Right. We started around the same time you still live in Chicago. I I live in LA. A couple years back a lot because my family's there to there. Yeah. I remember the first open mic. I saw you at it was your Burton's place burdens places like old town. Yeah. Upset burdens studios for him bar. Yeah. I went there after some other open mic and you're on stage. And there was just like six comedians in the audience, and you were you're doing joke. And then you're like, what would you guys do if I just went and knocked all these glasses off the bar right now. Yeah. It was really funny. Yes. That's the thing. That was funny early on is that in those type of rooms when his just comics you just start you might do your bids. But then you might start saying some weird wackadoo does it just because material is working and they laugh at that. And then you think you can take that to the regular spots. Yeah. What works at two AM. Yeah. The lion's den does not necessarily work at nine o'clock in the comedy club on a Saturday. But sometimes it does. And that's what brings you like, I remember we did trace. Yeah. The poetry place. I go there and they'd be heckling. And they were like it was like a poetry place for people who don't know of the poetry scene in Chicago early two thousands. And they would like yell out. If you did a joke that you did the week before. Oh, yeah. They didn't like to hear multiple jokes in a row because they were poets, and they always do poems. I guess. Well, I know I know a friend of mine was repeat homes a lot. But they were I do remember them being kinda harsher judgmental to the comics. They want us common. Expectation of the PLO the comedian comedy was a lot higher than the poetry. Yeah. I guess that's cana-. No, you should be. I used to doing those rooms though, just because of. It'll be a better vibe didn't doing open mic sometimes because it wasn't a bunch of comedians. So, yeah, even if they they would because I remember getting into some a couple confrontations. At those portio mikes about certain bits, or whatever or people just had Kalin. But it was you know, a lot of times it was just a good crowd. Oh, yeah. That's why I wanted to say like, regardless of all that I could do a joke there. And if it worked at a club because they're like real people. They're just kind of jerks. Yes. So what have how what was your preparation for fatherhood? Is you start reading books? Listening to father podcast. There's a there's like a video. There's an app you can download call what to expect when you're expecting and Sam download that on my phone, and we'd watch a video every week. And you'd watch it and tell you how your baby is doing. And then there was classes the classes were the best. Right. He just show up at the hospital for a couple of hours, and they teach you how to like take every baby. And all the stuff that's important. I haven't read we have books like when something comes up. I'll read it. But yeah, that's the easiest thing. That's going to class does. She put headphones on her stomach while she was no. But we did like with listen to the Pandora stations. We wanted to listen to it's funny now when he's like crying and stuff that music that she listened to then. Yeah. Like he really likes Bob Dylan on Pandora that. That's jams. Oh, man. What is he not like? Slipknot? We haven't thrown in the slip up here. Like like, baby music. He's not like he has a little rocker that Roxette itself, and there's baby music on there. Just like, and he doesn't like that at all. Oh, yeah. But that's supposed to be like scientifically backed bama's exposed to make babies fueled. Good not. Yeah. This one didn't work return that shit. No it works. But like the rocking straight. We just turn the sound off put on Bob Dylan got the hack. Yeah. Everybody is always people always excited to get that baby to sleep. Yeah. Get that big. I can throw gang signs outside. Quietly. Have you still won't not? This baby sleep than just go grab my machetes and go on and pineapples afterwards. But the baby gotta get the bay. Do you guys live like in a house like an apartment is apartment is small so better. So that baby goes to sleep some other fuck, it makes a loud as noise does that like ruin, well, I think in a couple of months, but the first couple months, they sleep through everything brought him home. We ate dinner. We watch sleep better with the TV on and stuff because then Bill like move. And if they hear noise, then they'll go back to sleep. But if it's quiet, then they'll be like oh sums wrong parents left. Yeah. This is the two guys that don't have kids podcast. Yeah. Yeah. Drop that on you guys. Even even though I was almost thirty six so yeah. A lot of my friends and people have no years having kids. I've had kids or even have teenagers. Yeah. That have kids and colleges, but even still when I is having a kid. If you back there. As great good for you still. Yes. Around that time that was good shit. Yeah. Yeah. We're excited you as a as a performer and creator now starting to think about making more children targeted content because you already you've worked you work claim. Yeah. But now thinking ideas, I, you know, 'cause you think about you know, what you have to buy for your son over the years to keep them entertained. Yeah. I need to make some of this because it's other people with babies I mean for sure, and you you look at the books that people write and baby books are like twenty pages. Not a lot of words a lot of thought. Yeah. Have an jokes. Like how that people have to laugh at all you need is. I some that make you seem like you making a baby smarter. Just right. One simple fact in distress. Yes. Something about blue sky is. And that those blow now top of rate. Are read those designed this guy? To hit he'll market. But it seemed like I wonder how I haven't researched it much. But I remember my sister was talking about right, and she'll just rise children's. But some you could do children's book. Can I quote Hannibal bursts on the on the cover read? No you quote me. But it has exactly. Is blue. The baby is Sleep Centers. Yeah. Could give a very specific review page. Four was the. Late says. Gene. This me, Jay. I read my kids. Kid listening. What anybody else tells you my son? Anybody else's kid? Animals do. Well, he's hired actress plays. Well, that's. Smith picture. Outsell J Smith when he's with me being my son that he can't respond to fans that say Jaden Smith. Yeah. Oh, you're Hannibal Jill year until eight o'clock. Live off your parents forever. Now. Keep a stone vase the method acting nods a little bit. But you do not acknowledge the phantom as you play my son. That's what I'm answer your. Yes. Was it was them. So man. Yes. Good. Yeah. Rice children's book. Yeah. Yeah. I do like watching. I don't know about baby cartoons. But I've always enjoyed cartoons. Yeah. And I think that'd be cool at some point to like write something that everybody in the family can watch together and join laugh 'cause you go have to watch some shit. Yeah. So you got a couple years. Yeah. For he's gonna get into it. But you got a couple years that two three stage ways really into it. So you might as well make something. Yeah. Gonna be you can make you can get ahead of that. Yeah. Sung. Yeah. What you want? You wanna like right or do you want to direct you want to voice act like what what do you specifically or all of it? Well, yeah, if someone wants to voice sack, I would do it for sure. But I think where I'm at now, I would like have an idea and write it. And then then even though I would probably get a director out have like, I don't know. I've never made a cartoon before about it'd be in the room and be like, this is it's a cartoon. So you've got like draw how they wanna draw and then. Put it on somewhere. And then this is what we're gonna Pixar this. Songs in my head from watching. Oh, you have kids from watching stuff with my cousin kids his kids, and I still have cow. Yeah. I just burn in my brain J mass that theme song. Yeah. Left us man that format. That's yeah. What did how did they tank? His in preventing honest. It's just just just all all rattle all date. Just take that that pacify Ratto. Crawl thimble full of ski out of whiskey sleep eight. That's right whisking. Take those rental sucking, Email, the handsome rambler g mail dot com. If you currently apparent that rubs whiskey baby's gums to put them to sleep, and this is not a judgment. I think that's a reasonable method. That's that's microdosing for alcohol. As a parent. I will say I do not do that. Now, yet never say never because their tolerance. Isn't that high right now that you just kinda I think, but okay at this stage. I is it out of us to breathe alcohol in a baby if you just drunk. I I love you. Is a baby system. That's a good question. Because I don't know how much of the breath would hurt you like you had to shotgun them like. Say inhale. And then as you're talking the liquor spitting onto space. You're not gonna baby I do all just because like I don't want anybody drop the baby that if you've been under the influence, or if you're doing anything or even if you're really tired just put the baby the baby's screaming just put the baby down. It's fine. I'm okay with the baby crying. Dude. Somebody sent a video where you know to bear. You saw that bears kick. Right. What a. And so it was a guy. He was holding his kid is maybe two and he's watching the kick. And then the guy missed the kick. And then he's angry. He's put his kid walked away. Yes. Yeah. How's that though the kicked I just found out recently that the kick was actually what it was? Tipped a little bit though, I've seen the footage, and it's like. They counted as a tip. I think that was more for the kickers health. Does it really matter? Not. I don't think they would do that. You don't fail is doing stuff. He thinks. He did a lot. And then they put assault somebody put up the stat that I in the past certain forget, what time land Robbie gold has eighty to eighty five goes in the past. They didn't wanna pay him. But they didn't. So. Yeah. This was like this. They said he was like the second worst and the whole league. Oh, he's I was at the lions game. And they missed he missed. I think three field goals into extra points. Maybe one less on either one. I mean, I'm not even really a football fan like that ban. Would I know? Me too. But I can tell bad kick. You know, what I'm saying that that I've seen. I I looked. I was like research and then looking at all this other kid. Yeah. I'm like this guy. I don't know how to kick man. They get them that networking. Well, I think he did well either as out of college or the before because they gave him nine million guaranteed this year. And that's why for one year for one year. Might have been nine million guaranteed. But over like two or three years, but he's gets nine million kicker. Oh, yeah. That's why I think because they didn't want to pay the money. Good that might be some Asian stuff. His as it more. Yes. Some some other high profile people he's able to kinda coast in there, and the kicker they had the year before was home. They went through like two or three kickers last year sleeve, anybody Goodson cold. So there that's why they paid for it. But he wasn't. He struggled Dan s. I will it's hard to be kicker. So that's I say that to say, you know, don't just put your kid down on a kid when sports time, I hold my home. I did though I admit to this. I had a show in Wisconsin on Saturday and booked my flight late on Sunday. So I didn't miss the game. So I wasn't there for my child. But someone was there say somebody somebody is there at least without I think do probably a few hours there were two people in the apartment at that time. So you're not supposed to leave on have you ever thought about? You know, just creating a space in footnote, you know, Megan safe for some food and drink in there, and of and then split some cameras in there, and is no chance at a baby hurting themselves. But just yeah, they do so though, but they they can't feed themselves at that point though. That's what they do. They figure it out. Do they figure it out? You just hang the milk down hanging. Put the stuff in there. As would the human part of them just say, you know, I know how to do this. But I gotta get it done with. They that's what I mean. Yeah. I think I mean, I think they might die because like babies can't sit up right away. Like, maybe in a couple of months when they can move around a little we would let it get three. Some now is when okay if it's been that long and having grabbed the food, they probably yeah. They can they can they. Eat at like every three hours. I think. Ours is okay. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, you got ideas. That's my. I'm I've been trying to get into science. Johny into the science human vase ready. Parents listening. I think it's good to to be in the same area as your child. Just in case, they misinterpreted something. I said also any pairs listening just know tell the other parents that this is the go-to podcast fall parental. We are in the middle of a rebrand. Welcome. I'm in lane now. So. Sorry Dotto this nece adjust with me as we're be discussing bubble guppies episodes. We. When we were in Maui. I had said something about kids or something. And we were hanging out with little real and little rose. That sounds like some shit somebody that don't have a kid with safe. Dad, Lorella kids three kids. Oh, yeah. Good for him. Ama. So that's that's what's up. What's your website? It's Michael palace dot com. Check out Mike at Michael Palisades dot com. Good luck with the rest of the shows. Yeah. You too thanks for coming through, man. Yeah. Thanks yet. Thanks, mike. Coordinated. You guys have to make sure it was on for like, hey, we go to.

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Indigo Children: Superpowered or Superfake? | 141

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Indigo Children: Superpowered or Superfake? | 141

"I'm Dani Shapiro, my new podcast family secrets, just wrapped up its first season and it's filled with stories about the secrets that are kept from us secrets to keep from others and the secrets, we keep from ourselves if you've been waiting for the right time to binge them all now's your chance. Check out the episodes, along with bonus interviews and stories and keep an ear out for the next season in August. You can find out more at family secrets podcast dot com, and you can listen and subscribe at apple podcasts, or on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts. Disturbed. Credible historical panic. I think we're getting new a weird area. Hysteria. You can't handle the truth. Right. As god. This is stereo fifty one. The truth is out there. But you won't find it here coming for you. Look that has one of them now. Welcome in hysteria nation to the podcast. It's never been diagnosed is indigo children four fans of the indigo girls. This is a stereo fifty one. He said, no. We are on our staffing. Broadcasting from the lower fourth dimension, otherwise known as Chicago. We are your hosts and indigo extraordinary. I'm John goat worth, and this, this is Brent hand. I can't believe he played the girls. I literally and I, I don't think I'm stressing this enough. I hate the indigo girls. You're just giving him ammunition. I mean. Nope, stop. All right enough with that. And Brent since we're talking about some out there stuff tonight, we thought we'd bring in their most out there guy, we know or at least the most neurotic, welcome to the show back again, Mr. Kevin Crispin. You don't have been trying to tell you something about my life to give you inside between black and white the best thing you ever did for me. Already know after all, you know what we let you come back, and you do this. Yeah. Pretty soon. You're not gonna be welcome back. Well, I'm trying to get to Joe pack level. Fair enough. Fair enough. He's still out front. So you can go with what I stepped on him. When I when I said, give me water you idiots forgot about me for forgot is a strong word that other voice, you're hearing, like a speaking spell that needs a twelve step program is the one. The only conspiracy bought needs is also a strong word conspiracy about his robot created my lab to help make our lives easier. Instead, he constantly insulted. Annoys me drinks too much, and maxes out. Well, I say mine, but I put him on my wife's name. So my wife's credit cards. So he's kind of like your own personal teenager careful what you wish for exactly exactly now gentlemen, gentlemen tonight. We're talking indigo chill. I know. And as you guys know I'm a huge green lantern fan. So the indigo tribe, which is one of the factions in the rainbow of lanterns. I couldn't believe we you finally picked a topic. I was intere-. So we cut his Michael. Yeah. I just had a stroke. Well, I saw you lose some time to stay in black Knight, no evil literally, we will cut eyesight L Mike, those. He wears a ring wear my power greed. Lanterns lights. He's creepy. He's creepy. All right. So indigo children are not lanterns. They are kids that either a could have superpowers or be just needs some Ritalin, regardless of that. I think it begs the most important question we will ask tonight. What superpower would you give your ten year old self? Well, if I was lying, I would be sight beyond sight. But I don't want that. I want a real one indestructible like invulnerability, and with that would have to be super strength, because, you know, that's too, okay? It's all okay. All the powers of, of Greenland, and that I have all that see I just said it. Okay. Okay. I mean, the ring winning the spirit of the discussion, picking my superpower us playing a ten year old though. That's that. Yes. Win win. Is his Mike getting cut off are working? I really am. Sorry doesn't really know how to produce I made sure he, he can't get too much. You can't get just sits there. Ray the least you can do is take down his gain. Okay. So, so prince bullshit answer. Kevin, what would you give your power? Would you give your ten year olds off the power to be happy? This is going swimmingly. I'm just going to say the ability to fly and move on, because this is a terrible idea, man. Did you see what was that movie where those guys Howard to fly and telekinesis? And they realize when you go up in the air, it's freezing. So every time, it's the summertime but they're like parkas and stuff like realism. Yeah. Because I was just on a flight back from the UK and I looked over at that thing, and it said outdoor temperature negative sixty seven degrees, fair. That's hilarious. We were just on the last one, and it was literally negative sixty seven degrees. Now that makes me wonder if that's just what they put on there. It's a conspiracy. We do a show about that. We can it's a balmy eighty four. John, I want to bring this home because I think I can tied in. I was looking at your son. The other day when we were all hanging out in his oral was this lovely shade of indigo. Did you ever think of your child is special? I, I do in the sense that he's a special guy. I like him a lot. You're in luck because there's a test that we can do to find out if that indigo can actually lead to him being an indigo child. Can we get back to you seen Auras? Is he a little bit unusual? You know. Yes. Does your child possess supernatural traits? Most certainly Cape. Yeah. How about super abilities? Absolutely. If you answered yes, and you did all those, you have yourself an honest, to goodness indigo child. Make sure to exploit him to the fullest of your potential. Hell, yes, I'm actually on board with that. Let's see about those are what they say the traits, you need to be an indigo CHAI. How do you how do you perceive? Someone's aura when we were in college someone had an aura photograph. Facing camera. I remember and mine was like yellow or orange. Orange is probably aren't black. You're for confusing yellow with black again. That was that you colorblind. Are you or a blind horrible? Really colorblind yellow that's true. That's quite a jump. Yeah. So are g biv? Let's break it down a little further though. There are other traits that they have to have for someone to be considered a true. Indigo child. They are empathetic curious in strong willed what child isn't though. I mean, that's you know, hey, okay. Whatever they're often perceived by friends and family is being strange. Also called chill peck syndrome. Yeah. Yeah. I've heard about that. They possess a clear sense of self definition and purpose. Now that's a little bit more or less. You know, a lot of child and children. Don't have, you know, clear self definition purpose. But whatever. That's, but that's also one of those things to really hard to define exactly. Well, this was, this was starting to make me think of have you guys ever had your palm read? Oh oh, yeah. You have your palm read and look at it. They go. Oh, you've been in a relationship, you know what you want in life. Yeah. You had some trouble growing up if I was upon reader, just one out of every ten or so, I'd be like get out cow. How fun out? You. Would you ever give them the stink palm? Well that's the other that's the other night. No, they call that a cold read. It's using traits and factors that everybody would want to see to, to elicit a positive response. I suppose you're implying here. That, that's what they're doing with indigo children. Well, that's right. But on, how would you give them an indigo aura, excuse me? I told you I'm like Brent? I'm aura, aura blind. Yeah. So, so you, you don't address that. No. Go ahead and just act like there's other things though, these children show a strong innate subconscious spirituality from early childhood, which, however, does not necessarily imply direct interest in spiritual or religious areas, whatever that means how fucking ambiguous is that shows consciousness spirituality. I'm not religious. I'm just spiritual subconsciously. That's, that's your child. They also have a strong feeling of entitlement or deserving to be there. Hear what sounds like a child every kid. Yeah. Yeah. High intelligence quotient, I was checking them all off until I got to that. Uh-huh. Uh-huh. Inherent intuitive ability. Well, you know, palm reading like we're talking about that one's a little bit more than some of the others because that makes it sound like you know that weirdo like brand stark just that dead. I stare it's like the whole. I'm intuitive. I, I know what you're thinking. Right now. You're thinking that I don't know what you're thinking. That's. Not dude. Oh, also resistance, too rigid control or thority, who so like your teenager. See by everyone in doesn't this all describe Calvin from Calvin or knob, right? Yeah. Right. These children may function poorly in conventional schools, due to their rejection of rigid authority. They're being smarter or more spiritually mature than their teachers and their lack of response to guilt, fear or manipulation based discipline. So before we move on. Let's. These are usually how they describe we've, we've hit the we've given a negative tone to each and everyone on the positive side, if indigo children really exist, and they're exhibiting these powers. These are people that can see through you. These are people that can read everything around them. They know they look at you and know what's going on your mind, what's going on your heart, and what problems you're going through, and maybe even how to help they can see your aura. They know when you're Auras bright. They know when it stem, they're the most empathy people in the world. Two or almost gets to the ability to read minds. They are essentially, if you were a Star Trek, the next generation fan, they are essentially betas Lloyd's, you know, Deanna troi. Commander Deanna troi I guess she actually did move up in a hot piece a trek that was. That's what indigo kids are essential. Yeah. Into kind of on top of that. John, I think the most important thing is, it's is empathy. Right. And if these kids are if they're if they're not even anything else, and they're just empathetic, and they're able to be there with people and help them out. I think that's an amazing thing. But the problem is, and we're going to get into this. You're probably thinking, wait a minute. This sound so hokey. Well, there's a lot to this that we're going to unpack. You would be right to, to poke some holes in this, according to research psychologist, Russell Barkley that whole new age movement has yet to produce impure coal evidence of the existence of indigo children as the traits. Most commonly attributed them are closely aligned with something called the four year affect it. So vague that they could describe nearly anyone or anything like Kevin like you mentioned earlier with cold. Right. Many critics and people, you know, that, that speak out against the c the concept of indigo children as made up just extremely general traits. A sham diagnosis. That's an actually an alternative to medical diagnosis with a complete lack of science or studies it, this was like a precursor to the antibac-, sir. It was the anti helping out anti getting chill. Not help not in a way not to the extent that anti vaccine is because if you don't do it, they could literally die within months of years people. Other key? Right. Right. But also, but it is somewhat. It can be viewed a science to nine right right now they would argue that the that the traits that you're pointing to are not indicative of negative things, but they're indicative of being indigo child, but many, and we'll get into this. Many of those traits are also indicative of. ADHD ADD. Let's actually it's very new age out there. The whole thing, let's head to break when we come back. We'll talk where it comes from could it be true? And actually, you know, who's claiming that they are one or is one that's coming up on hysteria fifty one. I mean, it's they are real. I one although on betas. You're a Kiwi co. We design and deliver hands on projects for kids. 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Oh, oh, I see, like during break, generally is right during break, Kevin was asking about my Star Trek affinities. And I said, well, by far I'm first and foremost into the next generation also really like the original series starts to go. Downhill from there hated Voyager DC nine it was just okay. A it's a space station. Right. It is deep space, number nine. Yeah. It's clever. Name. Brent? You you're saying how a lot of folks claimed he space nine is like the definitive. Lean tried watching it in the very beginning, when it came out, and I quit watching, I didn't enjoy, maybe I, maybe I missed out. I don't know. I didn't give it a fair shake. But that's who people erupted. Frank is ears. I mean. Have I ever dance the devil NFL moonlight? Don't rub another man's Ruben ever. All right. Another Star Trek, the next generation not that you can ever have enough, but let's get back to Indio. Let's get back. Tonight. We meet me. People trying to cross one road. That's in the. Yeah. Right. A few cows and lots of stray dogs. True. That's right. You, you spent some time there, you got sick there. Didn't you actually? I honestly didn't. Because I'll eight was garlic cheesy bread from the pizza. Hut. Garlic bread is the, the manna from God, it is, when, when you don't like Indian food. I love Indian food food true. All right. Now I was there for three months. Yeah. Yeah. Wow. Did you feel more cultured? When you came back, I felt much more. I didn't take a lot of stuff for granted as I did before I went I felt much more like shots. I got the shots and I was on malaria pills. You ever want to have? No, not those. I just realized how good we have it here when I was over there for three months, and they are some of the nicest, did you go, the, the cosmic barber and get the cosmic head massage where he channels, the literally look this up, if you don't talk about channels the powers of the universe through you and aligned your shock, and we stop the show exciting to look this up to. So indigo child idea. The idea is based on concept developed in the seventies by Nancy and tap is a tapper tape. Do you know I think I'm gonna go? I'm going tap. We're gonna call tap. Tap that Nancy in eighty two. Little weren't you in that band in college up that Nancy. The tar player. Yeah. Yep. I was the first person to hook up affects pedals to keytar at a retirement home. So is that is that like on Wikipedia? I mean we need to we need to write that down. I'm on. Ted down by that domain. So ninety two Nancy published a pamphlet which she expanded, and republished in paperback form as a book in eighty six as understanding your life through color. And it was watching you sure was it spelled S, excuse me, t h argue for through that is true that was in the title. That is a I I wrote down the title. So in forget it and I took it directly from her h argue, okay, colored is a pamphlet. Now, if you can't if you're not fall along that live through color is all about, or, and the colors and what they actually mean. Okay. So here's an interesting, interesting. I just looked this up. You can buy the used version from the eighties, and it says understanding your life through color. T H argue you can buy the updated version, just like the basic on Amazon understanding your life through color. T H, R, O UGA, like somebody did a little editing. Yeah. I like I like it if she would have stuck to her guns. So I'm going to give Brent a ton of credit here. For going OG, the original of this research, that's research. Unlike most the time, I did not buy this book. I buy a lot by. This is not on my sheets. You buy the pamphlet. No. Okay. I didn't I like when you get one of your by a lot of these books, it'll have mass paperback version is just the cheaper version that will work, you know, she Lal. I'm the asshole that, like, oh, there's one copy of the hardback and it's fifty three dollars. Well, I mean yeah, but you have an amazing. It's hard to get off track. You've a beautiful book collection. Thank you. I'm one of those weird people I don't like kindles. I don't like reading. I'm a book dude. I wish it was kind of like a comic book where you could buy the book, and then it gives you like the electric copy with it. The that'd be alright. If I wanted to because sometimes you want to not take the book with you and keep going, you know, be better than that. By the by the regular version and get the audio book with I could be down with that in this book, though, she introduced the concept of life colors defined inner book as the single color of the aura that remains constant most people from the cradle to the grave mine is strikingly beautiful out that. No, I don't think. So he alive. I have stolen tons of Auras. That when you buy get away from you, dude. He does touch. He does more importantly, cradle to the grave, great DMZ. Fight. Minjah. In my head. I mean what do you think the Amax? Oh, yeah. Yeah. Steven Seagal movie cradles. Point till take random words, put them together as they named all of this. Mansi did have a student Barbara Bowers. And she published, what color is your aura question, Mark. And that's kind of when this whole concept caught on Nancy actually stated that during the late sixties and early. Seventies, she had began noticing that many children were being bored, with indigo or as or in her terminology with indigo as they are, quote unquote, life color. How do you get exposure to newborns so frequently that you start to notice patterns? Maybe a midwife I mean that's positive amid why would if she was then I'm on board unless you heard job was like accountant. That's a problem. I'll give you ten percent off. If you bring your baby, I can stare at it just want to know, or three hour, yet to foreign deal to. Yeah, here's the two fair. I wonder if twins had the same or though I actually know that no, they don't have to have this anymore. No. I, I, I know that's completely not true because Kirby Puckett's or a was completely different than his brother Sebastian Puckett, now, another member of the twins. Thank you. I mean there were great in the nineties. So yes, or over there was just wherever the twins are at the day purple. So we know that was the other Minnesota native prince prince his aura was definitively purple rain, his Oriole time. Oh. Oh my God. Let's get back so after she had put these things out there leak heroin, Jan Tober ran with these ideas, even further husband and wife, self help lectures. They wrote in nineteen Ninety-two book, the indigo children. The new kids have arrived. Oh. Oh. Was that? Oh, name of like their third album. Children step by step. Oh, ooh. So this concept it gained a lot of popular interest with these publications books, and they're actually films start trickling in the late nineties, and in two thousand and two the first international conference on indigo children was held in Hawaii. Now you're thinking, what six hundred damn people showed up a Wii too easy to get to Hawaii. I gotta be honest. I'd go if somebody's it's on what was the conference on actually, I don't care wins, the flight leaf you won't go with me to the crystal skull conference. It's only like twenty minutes from here, but that's in the middle of nowhere low annoy wire amid I want to go to Hawaii, crystal skull conference. It's two hundred dollars just to go, but it's in a pure amid it's just north of the city, a and you get lunch. I mean, I remember the lion. Better, get chips, raised driving us. Yeah. That's the way it's going to work. Several homes Avin produced on this, including two thousand three feature film indigo and in two thousand six documentary, the evolution, did you know that there's also a, a small but Vero let's say. Off. Music category of hip hop. That's all about an four. Indigo kids. Really? There are rappers, who I forget the name of the band will look it up. Hold on a second. Here we go. I just found an article about it from the website rap fest is the hip hop ecosystem big enough for new micro genera of indigo rappers. The vice did a story on a two did they, here's some, some of the bands are, well, if they're the same bands that Kevin listened to its twisted fister and the bunghole. And what else can't remember? Well, the butthole surfers to oh. The butthole surfers. She would share and share and outlook on the topic of disease here. There's, there's an indigo rapper named Rory. There's another indigo rapper named Jaden Smith who I rapped alongside Justin Bieber in never say, never is new that off the top of my head. Is that is that the Jaden Smith? Yes. No. Is it? Yes, it is. I'm sure he thinks he's an indigo show. Oh, god. Okay. But we'll Smith thinks he's gonna go tell too. I don't know. Well, maybe he's a Scientology. Yeah. Really learn know kinds of things in this episode. So John, yes. What do they think they are these indigo children? Well, they it ranges. Some believe they're just the next stage in human evolution never will happen. But actually interesting fact, the only ones who think that are the ones that kills buying their ears. That's true. In some cases. They believe they possess paranormal abilities. So they're just more paranormal in nature rather than the next a few minutes, Lucien, telepathy and stuff. Pithy all the way to the belief that they are just more empathetic in creative than their peers. So from one end of the spectrum to the other, I think the people that get highlighted on some of the stories you'll read and videos your watch, or more on the end of the spectrum that believe that they are some sort of evolution or they're just a different animal than the rest of us. Here's the thing we've done a lot of out just this Woohoo, talking about it and stuff. Let's go to break. We come back. Let's talk about the bad side of this. And what what the repercussions rule? Let's get back to that in, in proof. If it exists for children. Wow, every time you use this towel hysteria. Hysteria. One. In the Montgomery County, Maryland courthouse. There are thousands of pages of documents detailing the horrific murders of three innocent people to things from the early days of the investigation are clear. No one knew for sure who committed the murders. But some had a theory about who engineered them soon as I heard the details I knew my dad was involved right away. We know it was Lawrence horn. I mean, I knew who else instantly. I says Lawrence everybody knew that Lawrence horn was responsible. Nobody even better. But at the time of the murders, Lawrence horn was clear across the country watching TV in his Los Angeles home, and he could prove it beyond a reasonable doubt. I'm jasmine Morris from iheartradio and hit home media. This is hitman. Listen and subscribe at apple podcasts on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcast. Tests. Oh, god. Sorry about that. All right. So the most important question that could come out of this episode so far if forced to choose indigo girls or new kids on the block indigo girls do love, this is just. Well, actually, like I actually liked the girls. Do you know they do cover of, of a clash song clampdown? Yeah. I didn't new kids on the block though. Staying power with now forty year old women that are my sister loves no kids. Saw my wife saw him. Well, she saw in concert, when they were original writing big and, and I think actually went back to some sort of thing with them in the backstreet boys, now n que OT b be are you are you making that? Oh, no. No. So my parents came back from from Saint Louis from eight with a like they're doing a eighties tour thing. Your parents still do the in? K O T B to around the world. Yeah. What is your mother? Volver. How many how many scrunchy is does your mom own? She's also, a lot of them over the he's some she keeps them all together with their slap bracelet collection just on on the bathroom door. Yeah. Ever taken. Notice slap bracelet. It's just part of a don't give it away. Oh measuring tape. That's really all day with the ones I took apart. I mean, I strong. Homophobe glow in the dark now over will I watched vacuum mentoring on the guy. I don't remember if it was short form documentary or regular one, but on the guy that invented slap bracelets went for a wild ride in losing a bunch of money. Oh, well. At the pet rock. Maybe I'm not remembering the story. But go watch it. Okay. My I have a USB pet rock. It's for the few cats. What that is. It does. Absolutely nothing. Just like a real pet rock, but as USB plug in, and look, it's Bugden going back to the scissor sisters. I while I enjoy them, there's like a newer version of that band, not that there's anybody in the bands that are related. But, like I think of in the same ilk that I love a lot more of the struts. You're listening to the no. I haven't often come out of really good. Speaking of structure, shocking. Just I have to throw this out there. Scissor sisters. Do have a song Paul Paul McCartney. Thank you. All right. Let's get back to this. The proof is in the pudding or the important stuff, more crap. Just ask them. They'll tell you all these people seriously. No scientific studies have gave credibility to the existence of indigo children or their traits. And in fact, there is a sad and scary side of it really is. We're not we're not joking. Now. Some parents choose to label their children who have been diagnosed with learning disabilities as indigo children. In other words, to give them an alternative diagnosis and critics view this as a way for parents, avoid considering pediatric treatment, or psychiatric diagnosis for their, their children. And that's a scary and very sad thing. And this is important time in their lives when it can help. They're still young and yet parents are making these weird excuses like not getting vaccinated and saying, oh, you don't have ADD ADHD autism in that you're. Especially in Inigo child, and you're better than that is just such a such a strange form of denial. It's yes. Really, it's really a, a tough like anti vaccines are really easy to call out. It's like you get the shot or you don't. And if you don't you're bad, like in my mind grade, I do you should get vaccinations. There are so many. There are varying levels of, of ADD, ADHD autism, and those varying levels can be marked by the need for intervention a medication or not the need for robot. Occurs by bed. Sorry. No. Just trying to make a point about the poor kids that are future. No, it's fine. Thanks. I believe the children are future. The chill the way don't give them false. Hope by calling them into go children. Give them what they need seriously though, this is a very important thing. Not making light of this, some Lissa traits use to describe bingo, children have been criticized as we did being vegan up to be applied to most people, a form of the Barnum or the former affected. It's literally that it's psychological phenomenon individuals. Give high accuracy ratings to descriptions of their personality that supposedly are tailored, specifically to them when in actuality, it's just vague general things. It's this wide range of people that are doing this did someone say horoscopes. Exactly. That's exactly what it is. It's, it's you're taking these, well, you'll feel that you have this, or that or the other, and in it can be applied to anyone, but they see it as it only specifically me me me me. And this is my child. Sarah, w Weeden. Suggests in two thousand nine article in Nova religio. Oh, that's my favorite fancying that the social construction of indigo children is a response to a quote apparent crisis of American childhood in, quote in the form of increased youth violence and diagnoses of attention deficit disorder and ADHD. We didn't believes that parents label their kids into go to provide an alternative explanation for their child's improper behavior. That's what we were saying before. That's sad. Do you, do you were kind of to this and Kevin? Do you think parents do that? Do you see them doing apparently, they'd seems that they do? And my question is like, so does that mean anything the child does wrong? Whatever may be. They're like, oh, he's an he's an indigo child. So he's in lightened. So we shouldn't be even worried about what he does on. How do you get him to mow the lawn on the flip side on the flip Nancy argue, though, that if a kid isn't doesn't have ADD or ADHD to the extent, where it's interfering with their life, that, even if let's just say, let's just a thought experiment here? Indigo children, don't exist and ADD ADHD are real and do just a thought experiment. If they aren't on the extreme end of that is there any harm in just telling them their special rather than fucked up well in school? Yes, I don't. I said, not on the extreme end of that. I don't think there isn't, you know what I'm doing if, if the kids. I'm special and you go child. I'm Disney kids that are going to have something to say about that. That's true. But then you have the, the opposite, the flip side of that which was a big thing in the early two thousands, and I it may still be parents saying that their kids have ADD ADHD when they don't so that they can get them on these pills to shut him out. Yeah. Funny. It's this whole, huge juxtaposition, the, you have both sides of this going on in the world at the same time, it's just parents trying to make sense at a children's behavior from many different angles. It's scary on both sides of that. I definitely would without being a doctor think that is probably generally positive on behavioral things unless it's just Uber necessary to kind skew toured the side of less medication rather than more medication. That's just always felt right in my own life. I like jumping a medication. Whether it be antibiotics. The moment someone has a cough. I mean that's why we got us into this problem that we're in right to. To, to behavioral now don't get me wrong. I'm not like a anti medication person. I think they're very necessary, but using them in moderation just like anything else in life is probably a good thing. But I think that the problem, along with that whole thing is just as at fault is these doctors who started pushing these medications for kickbacks and things like that. And they have caused a lot of this to or exacerbated at least the opioid epidemic and things like that. So what you're saying is that big pharmaceutical, is keeping indigo children down. No, because the parents aren't giving it to him there, you know. So they're trying trying to is there direct villain. Fighter opposite there. I remember that calm children are born and created to fight big pharma, I wash movie in the coming wars. Yeah. I just want to interject Ray. Where are we on cutting Brent's Mike off? He's got like a steal thing and cut through. Die hard. They're seven seven thinks the FBI. Here's where it kind of jumps the shark real bad here, though, for me. At least there are even religious connotations with us. So remember Nancy and by stop by right originally. She noted that one type of indigo child. She called them the inter dimensional child, despite being seen as a bully was expected to lead new religious movements aging Waco paging Heaven's Gate. Oh shit. You know, new religious movements what we call colts. Okay. Yeah. And then enter the pagans pagan, author Lorna Tanner noted that every pagan woman, she knew who had or was going to have a child believed their child wasn't indigo child. How about that? Every one of them now, is that because the pagan beliefs have put onto their child, and they're real indigo children. Or maybe they're just being hopeful. Then you have S Zora commodity. This is a quote, despite their problems with. Authority, uncontrollable, tempers and overbearing egos. Indigo children are many pagan parents ideal offspring sensitive psychic and strong willed. But also notes, the concept is less about the child's psychic abilities than the parents, own hopes, and desires for distinction from the less evolved masses that does make sense. I mean it's. I think it is kind of like with the with the movement anti vaccines. I won't what quote unquote best for my kids and kind of saying, well, if I if I teach them young or, or just hope that they are, and just happens that they are much better off in the future, and they could use it as a well I they were born that way that too. But I think when you get into these whole off shoot religions and pagans, they're just going, my kid is because it's better than you, because I'm I'm more enlightened than you. I don't know John. What about Daniel Klein Daniel Klein in an essay, titled the new kids sorry? Oh, sorry. Go ahead. He asked me to read this part just to set me up for each set it up. I just ran with it both of Microsoft at this point in an essay, titled, the new kids indigo children, and new age discourse notes that the magical belief that the innocence of children equates to spiritual powers has existed for centuries. And that the child movement is rooted in a religious rejection of science based medicine in particular. He claims that Nancy and tap derived sovereign ideas from Charles Webster. Ledbetter her main thought process, being that, that emphasizes the connection between children and the color. Indigo and the new age adoption of the concept is a reaction against diagnosis of ADD ADHD and autism. The in other words in essence in short. It's the same thing that we've already been saying people are using the indigo child label instead of more medical labels. Which, by the way, did you know what Charles Webster? Ledbetter zora's. It's got to be yellow Ledbetter. You mentioned die hard earlier. Uh-huh. Did you realize that the limo driver? Believe his real name is Debra white was also the kid in the blues brother's really. No. Actor. That's funny, though. What you're talking about though. Like the diehard connection to brothers. Yes. To greater just making the same points we are. And he also discusses Klein, how the Caroline Tober the couple, we talked about they've actually over the years tried to distance themselves from a religious beliefs about any children in order to maintain control of the concept, even recanting their previous affirmations about Auras, and how skeptics and new agers like both make rhetorical appeals to science. They are actually despite the latter's rejection of it. They're used science to legitimize their ideological beliefs regarding the existence of Inigo Jones. So they're doing anything they can to try to hold onto these thoughts, including when it gets way out there. Then they go. Oh, no. That's not the into children. All ours are real, not this who religious stuff. So let's let's, let's take, let's take a step back for a second. Okay. Let's take a step back from the religious. Connotations. Let's take a step back from this is this is in lieu of diagnosing somebody with a serious, education or or personality disorder unless just go straight to, to what they're saying on the surface and to go children are real. They have purple Auras and they are extremely empathic all the way up to having super abilities. Do they exist go around the table on just on the surf on the surface? Absolutely not. No, no. They don't assistant Ray. You're know what I think they could and poli do. Yeah. All right. That sounds like the hook est cut his Mike off because wouldn't have that power does. To do it. Well, we'll, we'll wait speaking of aren't you going to ask me conspiracy by do indigo children, exist, not for long time pretty good? His Mike off to there's so many cut off guys. I feel lucky I'm I'm the one. No one's trying to cut off. I'm I'm going with Kevin and Brent. I'm going to say a big no one. Yeah, a little Furby. I hate to be the, the naysayer here this board. But this is just people making up excuses for in our. ADD ADHD, things like that are controllable autism is something you can lead a completely well-balanced life. They call it a spectrum for a reason, people are. All right. You know what there's nothing wrong with getting help for your children? You don't have to make up excuses so that you don't get diagnosis and help. And I really think that, that's what this is a lot of these new age people are also the people that they don't believe in medicines. And they use twigs and berries to rub. It announced and stuff like that. It's stills stop it. Crystals that true that, that, that yes but win. It's harming children in a roundabout way. I, I really have a problem with it. And that's why have a problem with people go. Well who cares about you'll flatter Thor's? Well, those flatter others have children and they're teaching them these things or who cares about the anti vaccine while other people. Get hurt in their hurting the children. Now, you find out about children that are suing their parents in some states for the right to get vaccinated because they're under eighteen it's. Held a weird time or lead is insane. I'm not as I'm not as black and white on this one as you are. I am on. They don't exist. Right. I think that there is a continuing to use the word spectrum spectrum of people out there, and I think there are people on one side of that spectrum that absolutely need medication. And help for their ADD ADHD. Whatever whatever challenges agree with that a hundred palm vice versa. And I think that there are folks that are on the other side of that spectrum that might just be called weird might just be called different. You know, maybe not something that needs to be Medicated, but they're just not they're just not what we define weird without having without having those things. And if somebody's in on that side of the coin I wanted, and they and their, their parents, tell them that they're in indigo child or that's just what this, what they believe if that I mean, they're going to be weird anyway. Like, and I'm not saying they're weird because they have ADD ADHD understand the let's just say that there. Weird for being weird sake. They're going to be weird anyway. And if that somehow helps them cope that somehow helps them feel better about themselves, and turn a negative into a positive a weakness into strength. I don't I don't have a huge problem with it. It's not my not, nobody asked me anyway. But I just think that I think that there are like so many things in life. There are traps out there, you know, meaning if all too far down that one side of things, and all of a sudden, you're not getting the help for the so you have to I would work with professionals to figure out how how severe something is. But I just I don't I don't see it as one hundred percent negative. No matter what I think, where I draw the line is I don't mind when you label yourself something. Don't label others, that don't have the ability to say. No. And that's kind of my take away. Kevin. Do you have anything else? No, I think that's all true. And I think going back to, like, yeah. Some kids are just weird. And I think we should celebrate that in and not about it as kids. That's why we got along. I wasn't no. No more normal you present tense. I'll present. Oh, I never did well in grammar, pass or life. You'll leave it dangling. So that's our thoughts, guys. What color is your aura? I want everyone. If you've ever had anyone tell you what your or is your color. That's your homework. What are they going to do that homework, John, they're going to let us know in hysteria nation? That's our Facebook discussion group hav- on Facebook and search hysteria, natio-, would you find it? They'll be the thread for this. Not only do I want you to tell us I wanna see a gif of the color of your. I want to know or what color or I have if anyone had has a way to solve that I'd appreciate it mauve and things mauve. So I'm an indigo child essentially a number. No. No. Eliza and crimson. That's what it is. Okay. All right. Van Dyke Brown. Deck. I very specifically quickly all the colors that Bob Ross used. There was no mistake, happy accident. That's right. And here's called happy accident. Oops. Well, eventually they found humor in it at least so. Also, go to Facebook dot com slash hysteria. Fifty one that's is our regular Facebook page tweet us at. Patriot. Or you can get a shirt, you ain't get up host or you can sniff John Goforth. Do all those things. Not sure host your own show. Patriots dot com slash hysteria. Fifty one though, sniffing and see. Right. And I have the rope so they can get a rope. Seven seven three six six nine seven two seven seven. We're going to get back to voice most coming up very soon, because we have a pressure, I we're not going to do in this week we're down to a hundred and q. So we let them build back up, Kevin, though. Yeah. We're, we're foregoing the voicemail so we can talk about something called sad times sad times sad times. That's what we call it when Kevin comes over. Yeah. Or when Kevin wakes up, yeah. Yeah. Or is awake? Sees a mirror. Yeah. Right. No. I've, I've show that I just started on the girlfriend is always smiling. She's sitting in the studio with us. Uh-huh. She's always smiling like, does she just take all the happy and, and you, you're left with the sad or has it? No, I pay her to be happy. Usually are got to pay for the happiness myself. So yeah, I know I have a show called sad times and each week. I bring on somebody, and we have discussions about how they are when they're sad kind of, how they act, the type of things that make them sad and kind of how that's affected their life and how it affects the lives of those around them. I often find that I'll get a little too into my head about these things. And I just feel it would be really beneficial. If we is people talked a little bit more about the stuff that, that makes us sad. Right now. He's streaming weekly on twitch. You can find it also on YouTube. We are going to be working that into a podcast coming out, you guys want to check it out. Just go to Facebook look up sad times. We have a page, we have a group rain. I are going to be working on that with him. I'm running the production of that show. Coming up that description of that of that show. Sounds like every time I've gone to the barbecue, right. Yeah. I'm just trying to monetize that. So I can go to the bar more fair enough that makes sense. So I'm here. Yeah. Everyone make sure keep your pets spayed neutered and also, where are those condoms, because we don't need errant. Indigo children coming out anymore because I'm not ready for that level of evolution is look what the seventies did they produced me and prog rock. That's my point. Yeah. With that said, I've been Brent. I've been Kevin Ivan Ray. I've been John. He's been conspiracy bitch. Stay woke meet sex. I'll never get over. That's it for a number of division of hysteria. Fifty one Joan Bren Toby back next week. We've yet more of the unexplained the unexplored and the unheard of. Oh, if it's unheard of how would they know about it? Anyway, if you want to suggest a topic, give us your thoughts or just Mike fun of conspiracy votes. That's my favorite. Join us in our Facebook discussion group hysteria nation. Just log onto Facebook and search hysteria nation, all you can always tweet us at hysteria. Fifty one pot. You've been listening to four hundred shines. Hey, animal lovers on Kate. 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S2E11: Business Is Booming

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S2E11: Business Is Booming

"Hey M no podcast listeners. This episode is brought to you by anchor. A free platform providing content creators with resources to start and expand their podcasts. Anchor will distribute your podcast on popular mediums like spotify apple podcasts and many other platforms. It's literally everything you need to make a podcast in one place. Download the free anchor APP or go to Anchor Dot FM to get started. Ls Star the episode. Hey everybody this is mandy and I think almost starter pack. I tend to get men prepared for their wives. Oh this goes into main topic. We started out strong. Okay Hi everybody. This is Ali and I really wasn't understanding how everyone was eating their quarantine and social distancing foods quickly but what empty PACA orioles sour. Gummy later. And this is the Mandy and Ali. Podcast you guys the most things that run away with the keys to the Mustang must ow you sound so Sabra with it. I mean I felt like it was like professionally. Said I don't know if we're going to intro new direction or so but I was. I just didn't feel very sick soggy out. I could do it again. If you like. Mad at the professionalism. I'm just against us to the song. He's a man into music comes in. It's just a vibe you know. Yeah maybe I will do it again. 'cause it gives me like all that vibes when I do it. I do hear the serious playback sometimes. I'm like okay mic Kay. I'm GonNa do it again. And this is the Mandy and Ali Ka Mandy doing on this day. Believe it or not. I'm doing good. I don't think I've heard a g. e s them from you and a wile for an intro and our right when the world is coming to an end or falling apart or whatever it's doing I'm actually doing all right. So it's Actually doing good. So it said it's weird. Swear okay okay okay. That's good. How are you I am bothered but is not by like the world ending type of stuff. It's by like my day to day operation stuff so yeah the bigger pictures and affected me but my day to day. Who serves getting me I mean? Can we talk about it? Does it go through with your Gulf? It doesn't really go through. Well I guess I could tied into my goals a little bit so I'm in the process of moving and that's just very hectic in general for me it gives me anxiety. It makes me like I just kind of clam up like I feel like I've moved a lot in my adult life in. Just it's never a good situation for me and it's like I've tried to like space it out so like okay. This is what I'm GONNA do. This is getting trucks. Move Out of this. What I'm assigned lease Blah Blah and it's just like my current environment. Is You know they're not on board with you? Know when you're moving out and stuff like that so like bill people. Whatever it's like. No one else is kind of like on board with my plan. So it's like just a lot of disruptions and untimely noise and things that are bothering me and annoying me and I'm just trying to look down the line like okay. Well three or four months from now. This will be a distraction but half of me is like but we're in the now right now and it is a distraction so yeah the other day being yesterday I dislike. I don't even know what happened. My Body like come bolstered. I just started like shadow boxing. The air like started flapping around on the bed and I had to excuse myself and go to the bathroom into a couple of wool size. And I've never done that my X. amount of years of living. So yeah. That's where I'm at right. Now that's weird. The Saddle Boxing Fan. I was awake. I was awake but I couldn't go to sleep because there was noise in. Yes I just my body just like start attacking the air control of it. I excused myself to the bathroom to do. My call down takes which again this is never happened before in my life so I don't know it's not like I felt like possessed hours just like over it. I was just like this bullshit but instead of saying this is my body just started going crazy so yeah so all right well I understand the lake. Chaos of the already chaos of making a life change. Yes moving is definitely a life change and to try and do that with people that you feel like. You're not being cooperative in that process and then as we already discussed as everyone knows the world is going through his own low embargoes along for the ride so Akkad Where you just Have that moment where you just like. KUBO GETTING GM MED right. This is like prison Arabs Right right maybe. I want to watch that. Maybe I don't know. Maybe that's why I need to do some downtime because I have been just kinda working back to back to back I know the pandemic is bad for the world but in regards to how I work. I work with a Chinese company. And everyone's like at home and his online. It's like they have needed me even more now. So I've been kind of like boggled down so maybe I just need to take some time to relax. Maybe but it's good that you still got money coming here. Yeah yeah that's a big deal because I've seen I mean we can. I guess I my goals and then we can go into that so yeah. I'd say my goals for this week are to get some calming down time so Mossad time. Maybe some meditation and I go full Yoga whatnot because I haven't been working out. Don't plan on changing that this week. Maybe next week but yeah my goal is to just relax a little bit higher goals looking for this week so for my goals. I have been working out kind of been going on walks which hasn't really been exertion but it's nice low way to escape cabin fever during this pandemic time. I've also been writing so I am I from that Not Chorus you went to the meeting. You had with lady. I noticed very bad. Okay actually haven't been using those tools. I need to incorporate that but what I've been trying to do is create a general schedule for myself. I really haven't been able to fall into that schedule at all but I am like at least thirty minutes of writing Time focused on writing so that part. I am using those tips but for the parts. That is much. What else okay. Oh yeah the things that Abba means to tell you guys so for the last four. Five months with sounds like a long time. I've been in the process of losing my job. Okay I'm my last minute. That you guys how she worded. It like who says like that. I say in the process because I should have already been unemployed from Lake three months ago. But I've experienced all kinds of favor so it's been like a slow process of. Oh I was supposed to be unemployed by now but then I was kept on a little longer a little longer to low longer so because of been in the process of losing my job though for the past five months I have been looking for work for the past five months and it was not really working out for me like I wasn't getting hired which is also a major ego boost but I mean not ego boost ego puts. Yeah post the ignorant so I decided to consider going back to school since I wasn't finding any fulltime work so I don't think I've talked about this on the podcast but while I did go to college I ultimately did not was not able to get my degree while I was there and he was the first time you've ever said that on any episode. Yup Okay it makes sense. That not doesn't matter high to be ashamed about but just never said this'll candidly. So all right yeah. Yeah at this point. I'm ashamed of it. I say it. You know whenever it comes up but It is something where people look at you sideways. And I'm just like I don't care about looking at me sideways. I know I'm not dumb. They win the smartest people I know and I know a lot of people. Oh you fly to me. Is that buttered toast? But yeah I'd I'd I haven't finished school administration school in didn't for longtime Because I'm just like you know. I don't need to pay for classes to learn things I don't want to be back in a school environment wasn't necessarily the best thing for me. But I felt like that was probably part of the reason why I was finding full-time employment so I applied to go back to school At this at a local college and I was accepted so I was like okay. You can't go on back to school. They so that Ed bid on my goes list to like look into going back to school on my goals list was also of course trying to find a job or applying to jobs and I got a job offer at the like around the same time so I was like okay and I told them about me wanting to go back to school so it seemed like everything was kind of falling into place like them me having fulltime work but also going back to school a fellow. That was God's plan all along like he wasn't GonNa let me find full time work until it already been Mike. I'm going back to school 'cause if I have found fulltime work way back when there was no way I was going back to school but yet so all of this was was then. I found another part time job that I'd be able to do like me. Going back to school would start in the summertime. Way found a part time job that I would be able to do an finish before I would start school. The I'm like. Oh maybe this compared for my summer classes like outright so everything was legit like falling into place and then the world legacybox. Yeah I get it here. Oh sorry I was Gonna say how is that affecting this new role that you have coming up. Is that postponed or they still like coming. Because we're not directly affect they like. How's that going to work? I liked me topic though so. Yeah it's still unclear okay. I wish that I'd been able so weird so I wasn't able to start the new job yet and I was fine with that because I think I told you guys last week. I'm out of town so the plan for me was always by the time I get back into town. I can start this new job and it'll fall like perfectly mind with my other job ending. 'cause I got to choose to leave at the time when I was going out of town and then I'd comeback. That started this new job. Everything will be perfectly fine so if I already started the new job probably be in a better position to just be like on working from home like everyone else is doing but because I haven't started it yet in waiting for certain background checks and stuff to clear. I'm kind of in a limbo of like when my new start date will be the same with me going to school. A lot of college campuses are close. You know most. I think all college campuses in America close doing online classes for like current existing students. But for those of us who are trying to start new semesters right. That's definitely not lake a thing. That's happening right now. So I'm just like someone posted stuff in a social media was just like the world would decide an right without came together. And that's Kinda how I feel. Funny I mean not like funny. Like ha ha by dark humor funny. It's a little funny so just over here again. China is just because through this entire period like I said of slowly being in the process of losing my job. I have not been stressed out. Like I've just been literally chesting guy. He's carrying me through to be able to have a plan and have a job or multiple jobs like come into position for me and so the fact is I'm literally not the only one that's going through this. The entire world is going through this. I can't be sufficient and say like well. What about me? I was about to start a new job. I think you can't be that way. And that's not being selfish like because other people are worried about themselves as well and their business so I don't think that's being selfish at all. Yeah so I guess end up. Roundout my goals. I'm pretty much just Doctoral wild but I'm just I'm still working towards the things that I've been working towards still trying to do whatever I cannot might end to ensure that I will have employment Still doing my writing still trying to improve my health figure out whatever I can figure in terms of going to school and hopefully the world will also get it Steph together in not file apart anymore. We'll figure out something to give a K. Yeah Yeah Yeah. This week's episode was produced by the Robinson. Sounds check out their social media in the description. Box All right okay. Long list the goal updates. Are you ready or this is a safe space and Brady? I need a space unclear. I need a whole bunch of different spaces but we could start with the safe-space own this Safeway Meat Gopher. So would you like to kick it off? You can go first so I have something I wanna discuss. Clearly this is our podcast and it's a rounding hygiene at home and I just wanted to know it's listeners. Ed also Mandy. This is something you do consider doing so we all know that women don't go number two. They defecate they don't poop they don't do all that stuff they pass gas and they. P let's all women do but but but for the women who do maybe sometimes go little poop poop or drop their kids off at the pool. I want to know if like you do that. You go about your day or if you're at you're at home do you do that and then you shower because when I met home in that does or does not happen. I hope in the shower and I heard this conversation a couple of months before in half of the people in the Reu were like best crazy. That's too much work about half of people like y'all don't do that. And so it sparked up a debate and I did it yesterday and I hopped in the shower. I was like Dang discovery. Mike like Erba. My second shower today. I just felt but whatever and so as well how you felt about that or maybe the whole day conversation and things of that nature especially on so is this you done or thought of doing or is that just like no. I have never happen this hour of like I was planning to take a shower amid I. We have first okay But I do understand needing to Or winning to be thoroughly like clean and feeling like that's a good situation. I keep Wipes forcible wipes a okay really for them environment. They don't they don't agree so it's just like they're like they've shown people in the sewer. Dc will get pays lots of money but you couldn't pay me for this job but they. They've shown them in the sewer. Just moving them. They're just like these. Cluster of like disposable flushable wives that never like biodegrade is crazy man other clubs like that's a strong reaction to away down the interesting. I've also lake at all have a Not a Netti Pot. They're stuck in that. I've seen thinking 'cause that's for you this something obscene in Indian culture. I think that they have that similar to camera was called. But it's basically like us that Obese team no no it's it's to wipe okay and it's not a bad day to like to wash out your but now it's like 'cause you know the day is out on mechanical. Yeah and this is just like manual will be something manual. So it's not uncommon in a lot of cultures to be like I'm going to wash my behind as opposed to just wipe it with Jaipur Right But I've never decided to happen in. The shower found myself doing more and more often us. All it was like okay. Felt it gets a bit wasteful. Especially if it's like Kinda like back to back but I try to plan out my restroom things so it's not like back to back but this past week been regular you know the world ended in such so can't really tell my body how to react. Yeah we this is a safe space for room. We timeout poop. Yeah Yeah we went there. Us elevated culture elevates trying to say together. I just tried to space it out but you know I it's not something that I be opposed to doing myself but I guess I never it not like wasteful in terms of wider. But I'm just like it feels like a lot to be like. I WANNA take my clothes in the shower. Then Yup you know. Go through that process again out. Fill like a lab is. Let's do. It is a lot this week. I found myself. I've done at least three three times this week so too often if you ask me but it's just. I don't know if it's becoming normal to me to do or if I'm just like and it's not like Super Super Light grossness. I've just like aright will shout again so I'm GonNa try to figure out how could that down. I don't know about a manual Little Day but I couldn't stuff I suppose I know they exist they exist. You know who might have talked about it to his son who was user with short black hair. He's Indian So you call him. Chinese nice calm Indian Not Indian but I'm Asian. That's trying to you call of Asian Yeah all right. Excuse me. That's not the word I bet. I bet severity slipping tag of Matt. He e- to be on the daily show and now he has his Netflix. Show called thing. What's IT called out? I know who you're talking about. I don't know the name of the show but I know who you're talking about now. Okay yeah so I feel like he talked about it once I hit show to that is the thing that I know specifically Indian. People have where it's just like all right. You know we took a PU. We're GONNA watch movies so it's probably Salable findable. All Right Amazon Apple Amazon. Possibly possibly all right. So what's on your docket for? This is a safe space. I have a lot of things that I wrote. Okay and it's basically like related to the corona but just like more observations that have had and what guides to go now with the quote K I want to talk about race. Okay I was okay. I will say this for meat and potatoes. My main topic was going to be. How has the corona changed her life? So okay well then academic on me potatoes in the space. Which is another round of? I wish I would have. I like this game you. Okay okay. I wish I would have traveled to Africa by now because I mean even before this corona hit The current administration decided to put a travel ban on certain African countries. In just like this is a joke. And the civil. So that I would have went is experience in Just like able to experience I was I would have eaten more cultural foods. Msa that being like. When I had the absence eat out EMAG has more like lemon pepper hot wings as opposed to try and eat SEPTA cultural because the city I live in as UH options. And I'm just saying your leg but I could have theparade again. I'm never steered me wrong. Right right right. That's funny. I've had that thought before to where I'm like man. I wish I would have a little more culturally diversified my palate. At least what. I was living where I used to live where I live now. I do the time but are you slip yes like can. I get a six piece with on a drink for less than seven dollars. Yeah actually on that. I wish I would have listened to more at this. Probably still could do but I wish I would have listened to more Jaden. Willow Smith Music. A lot of people seem to talk about them like they transcend all kinds of legs spiritual energy and when I do look at Into them I'm like oh it's really interesting like it. Sounds good but I'm also like oh my like they're just younger. I don't know what it is the reason why. I'm like not China vibe on them but I feel like their vibe. I need to have like it would open me up in all kinds of ways. 'cause they're very mature and I don't know this out they. They are unique birds and I wanNA know what playing there I would. I would know why why they are the way they are in if I could be like that too net. That needs to be like that. But I'm just like could be like that. I've thought about this like a lot before and I feel like they're allowed to be themselves. Because of privilege and money they were born into you know celebrity royalty familiar royalty and money. So it's like they don't have the normal day-to-day stresses unsure. They have some stresses in willow talks about her anxiety and stuff like that. But they're not wondering where their next meal is coming from. Or how they're GONNA pay a bill or they have to pass. Abcd because they have their businesses and they have their parents have the money. So that's how I think about it. Sometimes because I'm like yeah. They're different and yet they're on a different astral plane and then the astral plane doesn't even exist and so I've thought about that in detail over the years and I'm just like they're allowed to be themselves because of finances is how I see it finances and maybe semi offhand on hand parents who just kinda allow them to go with the flow probably just other like celebrities. Who like you said didn't grow up in wealth and power but Have it now? They meet Willow and jaded does look at them like they're on a different energy. I'm trying to be Rambo even more and I'm saying I guess it teaches new teaches people like even if you do have money to not use it or not like to be good with your money because there's a lot of people who have money and are successful in they just. Kinda like you know even with the or just like more selfish juice China figure out ways to like studt beyond the gate some money in there on the Graham in showing you all the things that they combined do in a sake. These people grew up any but I've never seen them chime fillet US material items. You know what I mean like. It still feels like they're on a different energy. Even though they have grown up in a certain level of privilege because I was a good example like they grew up. You know really close to the Kardashians and the stuff that candles on the stuff that Jay. Willower is on feels like very opposite ends of the spectrum. Yeah but also I felt like that will go into like color is. I'm a cultural appropriation. And stuff like that and whitewashing and media like. That's a bigger discussion. Why do you think he goes into that? Because like you said they can grow up side-by-side but when you go into what the media decided to portray how they decide to portray different people who gets more exposure and how the Kardashians make their money off of cultural appropriation. That I feel like they have a larger audience and I don't mean like how the media portrays them. I mean like have their personality types are like they grew up around each other but one of them like values things more than the group who values like mental health inexperience more. I can't speak for a car dash value things more but you mentioned Kendall and I feel like she's the least problematic of all of the MSA Kylie that case yet. They were hand in hand. They used to like a little date a little bit. So yeah I guess you know came to the forest on their separate power even like an example. Even though she didn't fully grew up in the mining but Listen Laurie Harvey Lake. Seems like another example of Lake. Selling that stake has a certain level of privilege in cheese riding the wave of like all the things that she can do instead of all like. I just really feel like they value. You know like doing things for people like Jay has does knobs J. O. Lake. How Zaydan has his wider company or how he's constantly has like that food He has go around. La To feed the homeless like vegetarian food. Or whatever late like they are constantly about lake. How can they do? Things are not just for themselves and not just for letting the people see them because they don't always been. I was like Yeah Today. I to this Food around is more so like that's when I do hear things about them in the media because someone Videoed the food check or something. Are you know someone talked? About how much whoever who's given a flint or something like that you know. So yeah I wanna a Willow and Jaden Smith experience I would have had were all right. I'm not be over. They might be at Coachella like within. Next couple tell who who go to coachella really was already a disease lake boy so for like sexual diseases infections. But you know I wouldn't be surprised if you caught a cold to or some sort of skin rash. I've definitely I've got general music festivals and people do not respect personal space there and so the magnitude of which hotel is on That the they don't respect personal space there and I am a might be too old to have people in that respect more personal space understandable. And that's a fair assessment. One more can't I wish I would? If I was that would have been on a game so I was almost on. Family feud so really really hits home even more so that I've never been able to be a game show. 'cause there's a lot of game shows where. I'm like I would have won. This hour killed this K. Was that your type top one you wanted to be. Aw I wanted to be on lingo but that was like only on the game so network in in that as well known popular. Yeah that was my number one at one point. Okay definitely a throwback an old to the older I just think generally I would be good at game shows and I would win a lot of prizes in many. I feel like you would as well a fillet. Both of us are good attribute. But Yeah I felt like you would make a bomb gain show a contestant and winner. Thank you okay. Dokey you guys. It's time to fill up your plates with the meat and potatoes so as I previously mentioned. Mandy. I want to know how has we might be. I don't want to say. I hope this is the last time we talk about this because I feel like it can't be since it's all going but I know lease. How has the Rona Changed Your Life Mandy Changed my life. I can't tell if it's the Rona changing my life alway no I do not have. The run has as well so again. I'm out of town. I'm not at home. I'm in Chapel Florida. Usually don't jet my location. But I feel like Florida's big enough the best seat out and I feel like I can experience all of the things that I went to experience in Florida because it is so. That's frustrating but besides that it almost feels like there's not much of a difference happening in terms of lake the a couple of Times Times that. I've been out and about again. Still social distancing that late but feels like the streets are any less clutter. The stories are any less study Yes it lit lake. If you didn't know anybody. It was just everyday living but these Latte that I wanted to do that. I'm not doing because of the social distance. Say Just Kinda chilling in the house for the most part. But I'm like so that's that's it. I'm Out at the beach. I'M NOT OUT AT MR hanging out with my family the way that I wanted to or expected that I would. That's very interesting to me. I saw news clip in it. Of course Crazy Florida. All these people at the beach like thousands of people at the beach in the news reports are just like what is wrong with these people. And I'm like Y'all news important in Florida you know that. Florida's one of those crazy states. You don't really try to claim so I plant dumb but over here in these here parts. It is like semi ghost town is Kinda crazy like even you're driving like a lot of my friends like okay. I'm here I'm Dan I'm like. How'd you get there so fast like there's literally nobody on the street and I'm like that's crazy ladies that we usually take our taken half the time? These thirty minute shows like fifteen ten minutes and I'm just like L. must be speeded. They're just like nobody is out here. That's crazy so they also instituted like a bar close down all the food places in bartender. You can only do take out You can't do dying. And and even then. They're trying to seclude someplace to only do drive through is just crazy over here and I'm just like again. I'm glad I sucked when I did. I'm glad I gave our listeners. The heads up. I'm glad we've been discussing this and I feel actually no. I don't feel sorry for people who were dismissive of it. Just like whatever whatever and now they're like scrambling some light. You can't just be dismissive in these day and Times. You rather be over repair the underprepared. So I'm very surprised that it's just a you. Business as usual over. There almost caught it what they call it and Florida. I'm very some business users over there. Florida I'm kind of surprised us. On that surprise I'll know like the other day I went to the store with my family member. It would just going to get like a couple of things and I thought it was gonna be like long lines or that. The shelves are GonNa be completely clear and they are still clear of like you know cleaning products and sanitizer bed still missing but for the most part it was like. Oh vaguely sister shopping experience. The lines weren't super long wrapped around the corner. It was just two things has been to just like all right. You know The world is ending I know it they do have that same Social restrictions here so. I don't know why it feels so interactive still but. I'm just hoping that when the time comes for me to go home I'll be able to go. Are you seeing where people cover like gloves and masks? And our people seem like they're rushing in and out or are they just taking the time do what they need to do. Donna by rushing a couple people in masks gloves but not an overwhelming amount and nobody seems like freaked out but other people who just you know minding their business interesting. Have you done like any test? Coughs near people like a to play the games if gotTA cough like that guy to open my mouth and letting someone else's jobs and you have to open my mouth. Okay let's the extra why. Okay I don't need to do around mouth do it? Corona Corona do you like the new Corona Cardi B. Mix. Yes I do get real real. That was getting real the do put on I tunes. And it's like the top one hundred on Billboard Carre saw that it was like let me call Atlantic to try to get my check but I know she can't because they did someone else who pop do you remember the guy who's like Brady alone. He popped in on the message boards. It was like yeah all the people that the remix off my voice I tried to get paid and I could it and so I was like I know for comedic purposes. You could make things so I don't know if she can get paid off that I am curious. Is I guess because she was already making money off of it can't be like a sample That's interesting Colorado virus and real really real. I love the video too. I'm just like this is the Bob. I listened to that like a lot like a lot of times yesterday. Is it really really? But they did apparently remix his a lot. I'm mark or something like that but yeah he's funny so for me. The Corona hasn't changed much except for. I work one of my jobs at work for a company that's based in China and now they have higher demand for people like me because they have more more of their client staying indoors which means they need people like me to help their clients and stuff align so. It's been interesting to see that uprise in business like they're working on promoting people faster getting more money they have All this accessible like scheduling soc just kind of crazy to see like the whole world is ending but regards to business like what's the same business is booming like the way you say. Yes so should go. It's kind of a weird juxtaposition. So yeah I mean part of me feels like I should be taking more advantage of it because I've taken on extra tags and I'm just like all right you Oklahoma. Please he can you. Can you do this? And I'm like no I'm GonNa take on these two extra ones I took on but the other half of me is like you're planning on moving. You're doing all this stuff. This will be the time backing up your money so next week. I'll be more inclined to do that. And I'll just my schedule start stacking okay. Well yes tax would has a son spending the money fast. The different saw avenue is a Lubo. Some some some strategies currently Gonna. Carter's excuse me I miss Lou pay girl. Don't we like I forgot about him until I just brought him up can lives? He was young. Appreciate me by that's like spoilers for Westworld. Be Missing Missing Katie. Sometimes he's also like someone who still makes music badges at Haven't been paying attention to it and then but also miss him lackey's to do a lot of acting. He was on this episode as well and I was like. Oh that's cool. I know he was one of the people that release. I think. I think I didn't pay attention but I think we're good music. Wasn't he won the people that released like this seven track albums? Tanah did a couple of other people or no am I making. I think he did but I didn't listen to it. Honestly I didn't. Yeah I'll know I was a little. Even the idea. Listen to his album because Wayne for his for forever. I was really chatting chick for whatever it was doing that term. Yep agreed all right. It's funny that your meat and potatoes is what you're how's life changed due to Corona 'cause mine is like had to try and get back to normal after Koroma during me lake against during but also like your like how to get close to back to normal probably Alec as soon as possible and one thing that I had this observation. So there's a rumor going around that the government is going to be giving people and citizens thousand dollars. Can you try to supplement any income lost and I looked at that and I was like Butcha already. Told us that you couldn't give out reparations. Okay thank you. I'm glad you put it up okay and I'm not a descendant of of American slaves so I've never felt like in my opinion. I would be able to receive reparations with John Solely filed with but that didn't stop me from winning those who are descendants of American slaves to get reparations. I'd be gear. Give reparations so with the swiftness of like all the different things. The government is trying to do in terms of fund. This bailout that and now they're saying we're going to give America's thousand dollars I'm dislike could've been gave black people they reparation. Yeltsin's got really really don't I don't want to say hey say I don't WanNa say yeah. That was one of the first things I thought about. I was like I WANNA give reparations payments to native Americans or you call them American Indians people from the Holocaust you WANNA get China all this money but when it comes to black Americans get over it get over it is done with get over it put yourself by bootstraps but now all of a sudden someone else. Compared to the black lives matter all lives matter. They were like they just all lies. Mattia reparations and I was like yeah they they did just do that but the other thing I thought about too I was like so we have these trillions of dollars to just give way to stimulate the economy because honestly People Wall Street a ninety nine percent of like white people are having issues with their businesses in their stocks. And everything can this money not also be provided for loan forgiveness for people who took out money to go to their degree and not be able to find a job or not be able to work in there to work or not be able to sustain the time income. They need to pay back their student loans. Like y'all just like free like that won't diminish the value of the dollar so if that's the case then just give free money everybody in like just you know what I'm saying it yet. That bothered me when I saw that I was like I'm not going to accept it. It becomes in but something else. So and say how do we? How do we know we're not going to have to pay it back? How do we know they're not gonNA triple taxes or do something down the line where it's like? Oh no that was like alone. We don't need that back so I don't know and they're talking about rolling it out within the next two weeks that's quick. That's quick they get a check in the mail within two weeks and we don't know how long this is going to go for. That's something they put it in the mail. How else would you? I don't know my direct deposit for when I do taxes like the government. Guido already have all of that. Business like come on. Now come on to. You can put it that way. That's something else I wanted to ask you. And just I guess prediction. How long do you think this is going to go on this hysteria this panic? This gets worse before it gets better before it comes down. Are you thinking we're looking at like a couple of months? I think we're going to go with the twenty twenty one with this still being like a high priority issue like what are your predictions as hard for me to make predictions because I have not been trying to engage in all of the conversation about it especially like it's hard to do like it's definitely information is costly being put out there but I feel like the information is constantly being put out the restrictions and less of like solution based information right so the thing I saw most recently was that Eliza before says she got a plan and I was like all right. Go faster with her plans because the wrestling I don't have a plan. The rest of the allergists like Stay Hall Events Matt Realistic for Forever. So I know that the people they these people again in the public failed the CDC. They're working on. You know literally like every country around. The world is working on figuring out a cure vaccine. Right some sort of you know at home remedy. Whatever they got today and the way that I feel about it is what has become more clear is that we're going to be exposed to certain points. Like a lot of people might be carriers at this point and just don't have symptoms so I would rather them try to figure out the vaccine of it or some something to save like for to be able to live their reality because while it is a virus in the sickness that is spreading fast? I don't know that is going to kill everyone on the you know very quickly so scary but Mike. If it's not going to everywhere we have to figure out a way to live around it and I mean all hands on deck to figure out a vaccine to make it you know a livable thing. As opposed to a death sentence for those that it can affect right. Okay so how do you feel about? I guess celebrities are people financial stature having access to these tests but like normal Joe Blow everyday people walking down the street not having access to be tested. Would that's something that I was going to talk about in my under appreciated awards all right but I mean we can because I have another question to okay. So how would you live okay? So the secondary question. How would you feel if say that? The government comes up with some kind of vaccine or stance diller something like that and instead of telling us they just kind a steep did until like our water system. Our Food and stuff like that. How would you feel about that? If after a couple of months like what we've been gradually pudding You know the vaccine into your everyday thing. So now everyone should eventually become immune. Would you rather know? Have everyone rushing to the hospital to get these vaccines or have gradually administered to you without your knowledge. They don't have to have if they schedule it so they don't have to drag me without but they have to be mass. Hysteria lay do whatever they did. Well folks had to get the polio vaccine polio. That's a throwback I don't know I feel like the government is like we don't need your permission to do anything you signed your lives away as soon as you register for social security number. So we're going to do what we WANNA do. I feel like elevate some people that that emmy we don't sign up for social security number. Please give seeds. No you have to register. I mean you know you have to register for like when you have a baby and everything. And that's an agreement is a contract technically with the government. So but that's so weird that I mean I think you say to that contract correct wishes us as a kid ever in that had arrest us for whatever but apparently that's a legally binding contract so that's how they see that. Yeah well. Yeah don't don't you ask me without my permission. I will stay. I will patiently wait in line Dermot schedule time or whatever it is. I need to do to be able to get the vaccine. I'm not afraid of needles at will be there as I need to be if I can get my life back on track and back to normal okay. You know one thing. I do know going to be a lot more people taking public health classes in college. You think so. I think so someone that we know. who does public health? She was on social media and she was basically saying like I think a lot of people will have more respect now for the public of industry because Even in the medical community they're not as respected as much as like nurses and doctors and now folks will understand why public office the way that it is because they research things on the mass scale with doctors Deal with case by case basis in so when folks look at them like your major public health was that what does that mean Bukoba. It now that we're dealing with the pandemic like hey public people favor you know we didn't know you existed till yesterday but you know hurry for figuring something out or things like how this administration cut funding and cut the teens of pandemic research group or the CDC. The folks that literally deal with this type of staph. It's like Oh public office. You'RE GONNA put respect on my name my name. I have been checking in on my friend said our like our TS in obedience in our ends on just like hey are you. Ok Care this that and their dislike. Some of them are like I'm going to end soon and a couple of like I'm here and it's kind of crazy and I'm just like please stay safe because if anyone is around it it's you guys so Makes me nervous for them? Which means they should get the vaccine. I that they could treat other people see to me. It's a it doesn't have to be chaos but I know that it probably will be Mosey on over so far under appreciate. Oh just kidding reverse. I. This is still on your plate. They whether to say Amazon is hiring. Allegedly 'cause they get into a lot of people try to do shipments apparently Amazon. GotTa deal with those folks to do more shipments so if you are looking for a new job if you feel like you're displaced currently might wanNA look in Amazon. Yeah that's something also say. They were saying that Costco was allowing walk. Ins. Like you walk in and say you want to help them. They'll just decide you anywhere like cart. Retriever BACKSTA cashier. But not just you know yeah. You're higher but they you come in you do a background check you kind of get approved within the next thirty minutes and then they put you to work same day so I read that. So if you're looking for work these people are trying to hire so. Now it'd be the time if you're already experiencing cabin fever job isn't really respecting you and you need to make money fast. They're sounds like there are some options. You just have to leave the house. Oh yeah forgot about the park. Yeah you can't work from home so it's a risk you're willing to take it mean. Yeah okay now. We're going to move on to our under appreciated awards mandy who is receiving and or what and are where is receiving your under appreciated. A war for today. My underappreciated award is going to representative Katie Portier K. Pick this how you pronounce name. And she's getting my underappreciated. Were because last week she went at the. Cdc Chairman was like so. What are you about to do to get a Katy Porter? I don't know why said portia. Katie I think I wrote it down and put it is somewhere. We belong to her name. Real quick. The WHO Gedi representative gated border went up to the CDC chairman. It was like you know what are we gonNa do to make sure that all Americans that wouldn't be tested to see if they have the virus get tested and bill. He was like you know we're looking into this and that he's like she was like you have the power to make the decision. You'll have ex- nobody else. You'll have to ask me you. Don't after Momma you'll have to exercise. You can make the decision by yourself and right now. We're in the state of crisis. So are you gonNa make that decision are you. Are you going to make that decision? Are you gonNa make the decision so again representative of our dealing with at women's history month I wanted to shout. Katie Puerto Representative Katie Porter for putting her foot on people's next and being like we don't have time to be wasting fee to say we're working on Mason Shuffling your hands together Bob Blah take action and she took action so I want to give her their and appreciate because she's literally about to save a lot of. Us lies by put her foot on somebody's. She held a beats the flame. I saw that I was just. I was so happy that she was not giving up. She was like how much this cost. She was going down the list of how much stuff 'cause she was like. You have the power to do it so no. We don't have the way for red tape. We don't have to wait for a committee together. You have the power you have the power. So yeah shout to her. My underappreciated war is going to those aiding the elderly. I always when they are the feel good stories that float around online. I'm always looking at like one eye open. I'm like did this really happen. Or is this like a. You know propaganda. You know people like to make fake stuff interested buyer or whatever but this one story and I felt like it was legitimate in this Lady was saying that she was like heading into the store in this older. Couple of Kinda like flag cordell. They were in their car and she said the woman was. Kinda like on the verge of tears us like we came to the store and against up. We're afraid that we might catch something really scared. And so she cracked the window. She gave the Passer-by or money it was like. Would you might go into the story. Give these things for us like. We're just really nervous. And so she says she went and she got things and they were really really sweet about it. They really thankful and I was just like. That's a big deal like I see these stores saying that they're going to open earlier for the elderly. They're going to help people you know. Mosey around and they're starting to limit what you can take what night and I've seen these propaganda cartoons shows like these younger people take all the toilet paper and these older people just walking around with a banana their card and sometime. I look at that and I'm like well. Maybe I'll they needed wasn't banana but at the time. Maybe you know they needed to. But they didn't want to fight this big grizzly woman or man who's like forty years there Junior so I just WanNa give a shout out to people who are like noticing that you know the elderly do need help in America's definitely one of those countries whereas like you get older and it's like figure it out sticking at home put middle ground as compared to just being Asian countries where you know you might have like eighty ninety year old gamma and Papa's and stuff like that that live with you you take care of them and you know I feel like being elderly more so revered whereas over here is like as soon as you hit independence you just got to figure it out so shallow to those people who are noticing that certain people need help specifically older people and stepping in to help them. Yes Yeah my grandma won't let me see her. This is being taken thorough. She says she want US come to her. House with Caro- Madison. I've answered the phone for a fall up. But meanwhile I'm here you know whereas like she's still going outside so Mike. You can't say that you don't want us to see but they used to out and about interact with other people like you might as well spend time with your family. I don't know maybe she's interacting with older people and she just feels like if we catch it. We just catch it. She doesn't like pass it on to you. I don't know I don't know that's I would the planet. I called my grandparents. My Mom's mom and I was like I'm just making sure y'all in the house and stuff or you know I can have delivered to your no you know she's like no. We're not going anywhere we stuff last week and we're good. I was like okay like don't be people now. She's got my lottery at my news. I'm okay I was like all right flag okay. So this is a very fulfilling episode. I got out the bulk of what I needed to say. I think it was good. Nice Nice Mandy. Would you like to tell you? Would you like to tell the listeners where they can find us? 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They Called This a Movie Episode 77 - Rubber (2010)

They Called This a Movie

51:47 min | 4 months ago

They Called This a Movie Episode 77 - Rubber (2010)

"This is what our killer. Look brand. New Tire probably brainless. Yes is it black? I'm starting the lighting open. No Man you guys just woke up today call. This movie testing the strength of friendships. One terrible movie at a time. Subscribe to the podcast on Itunes podcast services by searching this movie we were part of the main naming network at the fun more from US ticket. The website at the main dot com or on twitter facebook instagram at the main daime. We're also now proud member of Geek five-nation you can find them at GB NATION DOT com. Welcome back to the movie. This is anthony with me as always. Is Dan Acquino n? Mark Myers say. Hello Gentlemen Hello Friends. I have taken all of the tires off my car smart move. I'm afraid now any reason I'm afraid they'll blew my head up while I'm sitting inside my car. Sorry the correct answer was no reason. Yeah that's right. I WanNa try that again. Okay will you have will actually do have a lot to worry about? Because you're not a four in women with Brad Hair so yeah you. We're all in trouble really. Yep that's right so this week once again. We're still without new releases happening for time being for the indefinite future. So we actually. This is probably our first requested movie. We've ever covered the one ginny Acquino. No relation to Daniel. I know is suggested like years ago that we should watch for like an old podcast. We Should Watch the twenty eleven movie rubber and we pushed it off for a very long time and then. Dan requested that we finally get hurt. Shut up record an episode on river. So we're watching rubber this week and guys. What do you think of where you come from with rubber? Well this yeah again. I had no intention of ever really seen this movie but when I ask in lieu of Jenn to watch this and you said you would do it. The being very benevolent. It's not like you. I was a little worried this quarantines got you all kinds of messed up. You probably caught me a drinking at like eleven o'clock a you were hopped up on something. Now's the time to ask for favors. He's hopped up on something when when you said you would would do it. I told Jen about it. She was very happy so you you actually have been able to do something that. I have not been able to do and make her happy. So that's that's something that you should hang your hat on. I'd seen review of this movie a long time ago and I didn't understand it and now that I seen it I understand it less But yeah I mean that's really. This movie was kind of a mystery to me. Sure so again. There's really no answers. There's more there's just more questions that this movie gives. It's a simple movie but at the same time it's not simple. I don't know how to describe it really. It's I think it's kind of up. Its own ass a little bit. Oh absolutely I have a question so jen like I said. It's like she must have been asking us for like five years. Maybe it's gotTA BE CLOSE TO THAT. Yeah to cover this like what's her opinion of it is it. Does this movies weird and I need you guys talk about it. I need somebody else to or. Was it like movies weird but I kinda like it. What's it was it like the two Girls One cup phenomenon? Oh God no apt to see that. This is all right so I would describe rubber to Jen as pootie. Tang is to the rest of us where you don't. It's not necessarily a good movie but you find something that you enjoy. I would say Pootie. Tang is a much better movie than this but this is just her pootie. Tang where okay. She said she she was watching it and she wanted to turn it off in the four minutes but then it intrigued her because where did where was this going what was going to happen and then she just kinda thought it was good for laugh like this is ridiculous but I enjoy it but it's not coming from a place of I need someone else to talk about it. I think it's just coming from a place that the that it was genuinely interesting to her and she wanted us to see it. But that's pretty much it. Gotcha mark where you're coming from with this movie so I really had no idea what this movie would even be about anything that I thought it could have been about. It was nowhere. Close just hearing the title rubber from seeing the good obita quick research that before watching it. I don't know what really think about it We'll get into it more as we go through the plot night. Maybe I come to a conclusion as we talk about it year. It was just one of those movies. Where Mike Okay you know. Probably the whole point of the movie is probably what I was thinking. My head like What what what is this? Why is this going on? Why why couldn't it? Just be this one thing. Okay Yeah I mean. I didn't know much about it. I knew it was better killer tire and I assume it's going into this. What I was GonNa see was a straightforward movie about killer tire. I was on board for it the first time I watched this this week. I kinda hate it. I watched it again today to write my notes and I appreciate it a little bit more. I wouldn't say I liked it but there were things I hated less but yeah like. I don't know what this movie wants to be Dan. You mentioned that it's like a parody but isn't really a parody. That's a good question. I don't know what it was. It makes itself out to be some sort of a parody. At first I thought because the the very first lines spoken or just about other movies. Like why's this person like this? Or why does this happen in this movie like a Spielberg Movie? Why is he t brown for no reason so I thought it just going to parody a certain type of movie for no reason? It's not really a parody. I guess right I a satire. Maybe yeah I mean. The problem with a satire is that there needs. There's always appoint to what the satire is. And what your satirizing. I don't know what the point of the satire is. Yeah it's tough because it's like it's it's self aware and that's why it comes off like a parody like it's a lot of fourth wall breaking it's a lot of winking at the camera so in that aspect it feels like it but it's really not a particular pair it's not really taking the tropes of say a killer movie or a slasher and turning it on their head. No it's not. It's not like winking at the camera in that. It's it's winking at the camera in the fact that they're making a movie. It's parodying and satirizing. Just the general concept of movies right because you have the the spectators. I'm using air quotes the spectators. Mas- The audience rice. So people are complaining. Some people are like oh I just enjoy it for what it is and some people are trying to make sense of it. So they're supposed to be the general audience like critiquing and analyzing movies. That really. You're not supposed to I guess so. It really tries to be clever while being horror movie but it. It really doesn't succeed at either right. The best way to describe it as Seinfeld right. Where Seinfeld was a show about nothing. This movie tries to be a movie about nothing in particular. Sure sure tough. The nail down here really is. It's a wild one. So yeah there's this whole whole part of it is please. Spectators are watching everything that we see through a pair of binoculars. Everyone's got their own doctors and they're like I guess they're satirizing movie going audiences again. I'm not one hundred percent. Sure what this whole move to be. Yeah I felt. I felt each one at a spectator's supposed to be a type of movie goer. I think that's what they were going for. The two pretentious guys pick apart every single detail of the movie because he would do that while watching movies. And then you had the the girls that just you know. We're just there to enjoy it. They WanNa say the kid and his dad you know and then you had like the you know the people just commentating on the movie and then the quiet guy in the front university so supposed to be all types of movie goers and parodying have ridiculous. They all are true. Yeah that's they fail at it but I think that's what they were. I think the problem is that you don't have a interesting enough story for it to be like. Oh no reason you know what I mean like Following killer tire around doesn't give you the excuse to just say Oh things happen for. No reason movies will. No I mean movies are supposed to take you out of the real life right. You're supposed to get away for an hour and a half two hours and just kind of escape. Movies are still grounded in reality for the most part so you can't just decide to take a tire ascension tire and said Yeah. This just happened for no reason. We will you gotta give us something here like because again. I'm on board with you. You say I WanNa make a movie about killer tire like okay cool. I'll watch that right. I mean we watched the movie dolls. Another they're more inanimate killer objects and that was done very well you know it. It didn't take itself seriously. It embraced the Campinas and the story was straightforward. You know simple. It was your stereotypical horse horror movie by Haunted House kind of horror movie but this is just. It's a killer tire for what reason we don't know where to come from. We don't know and I get. That's the whole point is just it happened again. You gotta give us a little something here. Yeah I think I feel like this is. This is a ten minute. Movie stretch to eighty minutes. It is mercifully short though. Yeah but this is a short film. Idea Yeah this is like a college final essay kind of thing again. I didn't hate this movie. I didn't have fun watching it right but I think what I did. Have Fun with was knowing that Jen knew that I was watching it and seeing my reactions to it really. Yeah it's fucking crazy right but yeah but it's not it's not crazy in the way where it's fun crazy you know. Yeah it's just crazy for the sake of being crazy and you can even tell maybe a little bit of writing where they weren't exactly sure where they were going like that whole opening a monologue on that occurs he starts off describing movie. Okay I see the path through going on then the last thing I think is he goes. Why can't we see the air around us? And it's like what Jaden Smith tweet. Did you take that for? It's like I'm pretty sure there's an actual explanation for that one too in. Yeah I'm not a scientist but I'm sure I can look up. Why can't we see the air? And they were coming away with an answer. It reminded me of the JOE dirt part with a why why rainbows the way they are. I don't know they just arc. I'll buy that. I'm exactly he's Rainbow get made it just does it okay. I'm along for the ride there but here just like it. It's a IT'S A. It's a week setup that doesn't pay. Yeah and I I. As I was watching the movie I was trying to think. How the hell are we going to stretch this until I get to our podcast or an hour and a half podcast? I doubt no. Yeah we we do have an uncanny ability to just run our mouths but I think we really just need to come at it as we need to strike this movie as just absurd Anglo from there yet rubber from twenty eleven directed by Quinton the Pew Star Stephen Spinella Jack Plotnik Wings Hauser Roxanne Mosquito Ethan Cohn and Charlie Kuntz has ninety four or five point eight and a rotten tomatoes score of sixty nine percent. Nice there you better than Batman v Superman. So what are you saying is that rubber is a better movie than Batman v Superman numbers. Don't lie man numbers. Don't lie. You heard it here. Yeah that's that's not it's not even hot take let's just the cold hard facts baby budgets fifty five hundred thousand dollars box office one hundred thousand small budget. Small returns yeah. I'm going to be like for a movie like this. You don't really care about the returns right now. I can't imagine anything I can't imagine. They made me for five thousand dollars or sweating whether or not. They're gonNA take their money back. I'm actually surprised may any money. I. I don't know how these movies make money to be honest. What did he get a world? It didn't get a worldwide release shorten right so what do you what do you do? I. I don't know how that works. I would like to have been on. The red carpet. Reveal for that though most people waving at like ten people into the plot. Sure Danielle anything. Of course I want to plug our good friend. Tia from a Geek Vibes nation. Who also doesn't like Batman v Superman? So she's one of the ones on that website So check out a top ten with Tia. We podcast Tia and her crew. Tackle a number of entertaining topics like the top ten movies of the year or the top ten worst on-screen couples. This podcast has it all so. Don't miss out Nice Yes and we will be right back but first we are going to take a minute to and some some messages from friends podcasts. So we'll be right back travis. Zoos accurate looking for a story for you involves venture Friendship Switzer era. What are you talking about that ten? So that big ASS Mellon. Yeah I was going from about the time I kicked her ass. I wouldn't ever tell do I need to get my ref gear on okay. Everyone shut up. Now come with me as I tell you a story from afar everybody my name is David on the DM FOR FROM AFAR. Podcast from podcast is all about four friends. Separated by distance brought together by adventure. Stop by giving us a lesson thanks. L. High didn't see you there. It's me George from the best little horror house in Philly. The show where we talk about the best horror movie ever made according to our guest. At least we've talked about groundbreaking classics like Texas. Chance massacre an alien. But we've also got a lot of great ones coming up including some very fun guests like Len Cab Kinsky of swamp zombies and red letter media fame Caroline Williams the star of Texas chainsaw massacre two and Chase Williamson from John. Dies at the end. So make sure you're subscribed the best little horror house in Philly and I'll see you boils and ghouls over there. Welcome back in the plot. Four rubber we open on some dining room chairs in the middle of the desert guy. Tie with a whole bunch of noculars when all of a sudden car shows up driving over all the chairs and the trunk opens Gyna- Sheriff's uniform steps out takes a glass of water from the driver and addresses the audience. The the one thing about this is I wonder how long were if it took multiple takes for them to get those chairs in the right spot. Did someone actually sit out there with a tape measure and go you know this? Is this fire or they go fuck it. I think it's close enough. I think it's just the whole point of it's nonsense so there's no reason for it and you can clearly see that these are not well made chairs to begin with. Just a stiff breeze would have knocked those over and then the sheriff has a monologue about things that happen for no reason. And that's basically. The premise of the whole movie is that. They're telling you time that nothing that you're about to see means anything but his His points are wise. Et Brown no reason why some of the things are like his one of his points was the guy and the pianist Adrian Brodie and the pianist wise he poor but he plays so well on because there was a holocaust going on against her for that question. It's not no reason a ton of other movies. He he had a whole litany of movies. We play you know anything. Why is the Shark Hunt? One specific family member no reason he also calls. Texas chainsaw massacre the excellent chainsaw massacre which bothers me yeah. I didn't know if he did that on purpose. Or it must have been on purpose right. Yeah I guess this is a horror movie unless he flubbed the line. If you're supposed to say the excellent Texas chainsaw massacre by Tobe Hooper. Oh maybe I don't dislike. This is the best take got isolate. Just going to deal with it. He belonged in the Texas chainsaw massacre. One of its sequels right. This guy is. He's just a creepy southern dude Then pours then He. He does the monologue that he pours out the glass of water that he's been holding it gets back in the trunk of drive away and then we find out it's revealed that he was actually not addressing us. He was addressing a group of people who are the audience. They got the binoculars from the guy in the suit and they start watching the movie through the binoculars there but quote unquote audience. So basically. They're seeing everything. We're seeing through binoculars in. There will eventually comment on them and suddenly as the audience is watching a tire and a pile of trash gets up and starts rolling around in the desert and it falls down. Gets up rolls around runs over a bottle of water scorpion and then rolls along. Tries to run over beer bottle but can't so blows it. Up with psycho kinetic energy the audience comments on what they see and the ethics piracy and then he finds who can and blows it up and it rolls along again. They even had an argument over telekinesis for sake basis which I was like okay right. Yeah Yeah it's even when it tries to be cheeky with the whole like Oh. This is how audiences argue. No one ever argues about that. Sort of squabble. I've never once come across a audience member. No it's actually psycho Connecticut not telekinesis. Okay get it right. They are not using their visit. It humans they're gifted all right it's Frankenstein's monster. So then the then. The tire continues to just roll around eventually gets dark. So then the tire falls over and falls asleep has does the audience and it wakes up and starts rolling again while the audience gets woken up in the morning by the corporate guy. And everybody's just Kinda hungry and that's it moving on. I'm wondering like again we're picking this apart in. It's exactly what the movie is making fun of us for doing. But you know what? What's the sign up for this like you know to? Yeah you just GonNa Watch this until it ends. We don't know when you're might be all night right yeah Just getting back to the point that you said were doing exactly what the movies making fun of all. Isn't this movie's just so fucking clever? Go Fuck yourself movie. So they're and then. The tire finds a puddle of water and drinks and he sees a rabbit and blows it up. He's rolling again only makes it to the highway and sees a woman drive by in a convertible so he uses his powers. Turner car off. Then he rolls in the middle of the road trying to get to her but then he's blown off the road by a truck that blows pass so the women's able to turn a car back on and then she drives off then. Entire boat blows Krill animal cruelty in this movie right. Yeah yeah but it's fake so I mean maybe I don't know this movie has like like that was one thing I was thinking about. Especially when they're rabbits blown up there is like a a non zero chance that they blew up a real ravin. I am kind of convinced that they killed the Scorpion. Yeah I don't know why feel like they didn't really care about Scorpions. The insect lobby isn't as strong as the the animal lobby. That's the number one lobby that I fight for mark the insect lobby. I'm their advocate. Your Monster I'm yeah yes. No ONE LIKES INSECTS. Right just depend like like wasps have no. That's true yeah they they have no. They have no purpose within the circle of life really. They're just assholes but think of it this way. There's plenty of ASSHOLE PEOPLE IN THE WORLD. Who served this purpose? The assholes of the world right just think of it that way right. I mean feature there you go exactly but they get to live so listen if we have to deal with Bob from accounting who is a total dick head for no reason we have to live with wasps. That's just given take man from there. So after they blow up a real crow they do global out of heads to buy this like the one moves. Movie has is just like watch US blow up another head and there's another one like somehow we get this to eighty minutes. I mean that's pretty cool. Movie does boast a decent body. Count sure I mean the head shots. Are there impressive. I mean I'd like this movie looks good that the effects are well done like getting a tire feels like. It's it's really alive so I'm not. I'm not questioning that. I'm not questioning the head explosions. But it's just like there's like seven head explosions and it's just Kinda like very well. You know I was good at four. Yeah exactly you see a couple of them and you're just all right fair enough. I think the best one was the COP getting his head blown off just because of the partners reaction Sir and nothing happening after that are you would think the cop will do something but it just cuts away right so. The woman in the convertible sees the truck driver at gestation so she gives him the finger as drives by entire blows off his head An entire rolls down the street as the cops drive past seemingly going to that gas station makes it to a roadside motel sees the girls convertible in the parking lot wanders into her hotel room goes for some reason. Her door is slightly ajar. Sees her undress and start. Showering the audience has commentary on her body and then eventually when she's done her shower she Closes the door on. The targets knocked out of her room. I was surprised at the audience. Could see that well into the into the they comment as if they are seeing exactly what we're seeing but I do these binoculars are making them see them. So it's it's a little bit of a I mean. Obviously none of this makes any sense. So why stop there? I get that for sure but I don't know that that part was like well I would. It would have made more sense if the audience was following this around instead of it being like they're just stuck in a central location. They're like our tour bus. We're yeah exactly. Yeah Walking Tour. Whatever the garden like. Here's the next scene. Take it in and next scene. I'm glad I'm glad that included Intel in this movie. The guy was like outside. That's I. Mike asked but fine to additon listened. Thousand Eleven was a different time. That's fat Neil from community that is that's who I couldn't remember who he was like. Was He on lawsuit. I thought he was the other guy. If you're talking about Hurley it's not Hurley. Nah That's who I was thinking of the the big. He's almost like Hawaiian mad at him. Okay well I guess that's like my in my fat shaming. I guess I don't know I apologize. All look the same to you. That's but he had the same kind of hairstyle right all right so it's not it's not just fat guy. Part the hairstyle with the fat. That's what it was. That's what threw me off. Okay so then. The the tire somehow gets its own room and starts watching TV. That's where I draw the line. So where does he? How does he rent a room? And he's watching aerobics on television and then he switched over to some sort of weird hula show. Then it's kind of nighttime. The corporate guy stays the same motel gets a call from the master and we always hear one side of a conversation. And he says yeah. We'll get done tomorrow. I promise and then we pan over in. He has a live Turkey in his room for some reason or no reason as we say. I thought he was going to ban the Turkey. Yeah I was getting that sort of weird vibe to it was also just a weird David Lynch Sorta cut-away was like well that's weird. I'M NOT GONNA explain why this Turkeys here but they do actually pay off. Why Turkey was there which I was surprised. Usually David Lynch would just be like that was there and you'll never see it again. Pay No mind to that Turkey. Yeah or pay all the mind to that Turkey. Just I want you to wonder about the Turkey for the rest of the run time here A. That's that's what I kind of felt like this movie was trying to do is trying to do some. David Lynch and stuff but it really have the confidence to do it. And there's like a little bit of disconnect David Lynch when he creates like he creates motifs. That doesn't make any sense. But if you dig deeper they make a weird amount of sense I'm not a huge. I don't all his movies but some of them. I do enjoy but here. It's just Kinda like well. This is something that he would seemingly mainly due. But there's really no reason why we're doing but it just seems weird and that's kind of what. I wound up taking away from this movie. I'm glad you took something away because I didn't anything the next morning. The corporate guy leaves his hotel room with a bag and he goes over to where the people are. Sleeping dumps single cooked Turkey for the audience to eat devour like animals. All except guy in the wheelchair played by Wings Hauser. What was he and I don't know what he's in besides a really terrible movie. I watched today but I've never seen before I've heard his name before was rubber. The really terrible movie saw today knows include different movie and he just so happened to be in that movie to interesting way to bury the lead. Yeah but I don't know the name but I don't know where I know from so the Mo- made goes into the tires room to clean. She finds a tire in the shower. Says she thinks someone's just kind of playing a prank so she does it outside and he rolls by the tire rolls back into the room and closes the door behind it. Kid sees a Tyrolean by himself so he tells the hotel manager tells them to stop lying and again with pizza with toppings so the tire Then watches turtle documentary on TV after blowing up. The May Ted. He goes to the pool. He watches the girl with from the convertible. Get Out of the pool. Fence puts boots on immediately after getting out of the out of the pool. That bothered me yes. I don't. I hate getting whipped to begin with especially if I'm wearing any type of clothing. Oh Yeah I will freak out. So yeah if I had gotten out of the pool and put on like shoes I would. I would have been miserable. That's just a like a look into my life now. It's absolutely true because the kid later when he retrieves the tire clothes. She's in jeans and there's nothing worse than wet jeans thank you. I'm glad you see really make your kid go into the pool in full clothing to get the tire but it went. It turns out that they worked there. I Guess Yeah Right. I wasn't sure if he was related to the the guy owns the guys. Definitely the owner of the motel right. I don't know what the kids I I assume it's his son but he could just some kid. He's getting free labor out right because when the kid goes goes to get the pizza and he brings it back puts the roadkill on the pizza like well. I don't know if that's something you would do to your father necessarily edge drew or maybe it was like a Stepdad kind of thing. Because that's something you do to your Stepdad. Sure right so we learned from Lake Macaulay Culkin movies getting even with Dad and probably Jonathan Taylor Thomas Movie to house there you go. That's a classic gift back at the Stepdad maneuver right. There put roadkill on him and calm addict. Kit Is it not the crow that gets blown up from the tire. I think so might be right in that. Seen the kid is writing his by. There's a hitchhiker. Their home out hop on the track all my huffy Salem spokes back in the day when you would ride around with your buddy on the spoke grown man hundred and eighty five pound dudes jumping on the back. Come on yeah come on. Give me a lift. Okay Mr come on. What are you doing? I get in that guy's never seen again. That's the last we see. That guy is in the movie for no reason. Nope no his story line goes nowhere. Just kinda huffing it. I guess I don't know what he's doing that that was useless but I got a kick out of that so yeah come on. Man. You're right where did you go with the? Where are we going to take him? He goes back to the motel. I duNno I guess. What if this is like Nevada again? I'm going to Vegas. Can you give me a ride? Okay I guess talking about eighteen hours. If you gotta get there by next week I could do. So you're fascinated shaker. Finds the blown up scroll and puts it on the pizza? He'd rides back to the motel. The tire jumps into the pool. And then the audience talk about whether or not tires could float and then they all get sick from the Turkey because it's poisoned than they die gets back to the hotel and finds the body of the made and then meanwhile the convertible girl pour some orange juice on her breakfast for some reason then the cops paramedic show up because the body in the motel. Sheriff see the tire in the pool with. Does this happen after when she exits the diner and for some reason just the doors down instead of just opening them? Yeah they just fall off right so the motel owner of the sheriff's tire in the pool and the kids. The tire killed the made. The tells of the shutout. Being tired of the pool get does in his jeans. Sheriff starts getting statement from the owner. He he had saved him from the on her and then also in the sheriff says it's all over go home now. All the spectators are dead. And then he tells deputies it's all fake no one's watching stop and deputies. Don't believe him so he's like Oh perfect he had Take your gun and shoot me. So she does and nothing happens but his surprise though the body of the made is real and she still doesn't have head an corporate guy. Kind of slink. Over and tells the sheriff that. One spectator still alive. I was really hoping that the cops would die when he got shot. Had that would have been. That would have been good right gone. Just just do it. Don't worry about it Bam Bam see. I'm fine need just crumpled over dead right. That would have been a lot. Funnier yeah I mean come on. That's that's classic comedy right there If we know it you. Why didn't these people know? It is trying to be smarter than everyone else. So go have tried and true. That's why this movie failed. It only made one hundred thousand because of that seem it so the sheriff then walked back over the owner inserts interviewing him again and then the tire wakes up out of his Sleep that he was in from the pool. I guess he took on too much water but then he wakes up and blows up the head of the hotel owner enrolls way and then the tire finds a mirror looks at it as a moment of reflection back to all the good times he had blown up people's heads spying on the woman in the shower and then the kid walks up to him. Finds tire inserts talking to the tire demanding answers about why he's blowing people's heads up. And where do you come from? And then he wrote he rolls on. The sheriff takes tire off his car and shows deputies as this is what our suspect looks like on. Wbz ASKS OF ITS BLACK. A little joke there for you. Yeah you just point to retire instead of taking it off. No reason probably saved himself a good half hour and twenty minutes. Probably right and find the jags like those those little cars man. They take a long time. They're heavy yeah like Oh shit. This one's got a lock on it too right. I don't have the have the part. Ford this is a nightmare. You can just point to achieve. No no no I gotta make an example out of this. You make sure you guys understand what we're dealing with you. It's not the whole wheel with the HUBCAP. It's just the tie would have been better if it had the HUBCAP. Now that I think about it I don't know why it just would've looked better. Yeah and one one thing. I noticed about the tire and they mentioned this in the scene. Where like is it worn? And the chief says yes. It's actually not warn the tires in great shape pretty quality tire. Yes I I could probably use that on my car and it'd be fine. Yeah this is the corporate guy then brings the old man more food and the old man doesn't want to eat it he just wants to watch the end of the movie piece on the. Corporate Guy says we'd all there's no ending doesn't matter just want to watch. It was deputies catches up to the tire and a cruiser tire blows it up as the scene that Dan mentioned earlier. Pretty funny just because of the reaction. That's yeah Again can't said once you've seen two three heads blow up that's your good. That's all you really need. So then the corporate guy as he's talking to the old man. He starts mindlessly eating the poisoned food and when she gets boys as he's telling some weird story about him bashing his brother's head in the rock that whole sequence was at an and he even goes. You know that poison was for you. Sorta thing and It just reminded me of the wheelchair guy during the first poisoning You know he space clearly heard all those people scream it. That moment came to realization. I was like yeah. He heard a lot of people suffer like this if he just like just turned his hearing aid off. Probably Probably menam to doing at Phnom Chair. Because that's right. Yeah okay for a second. I thought you were talking about the corporate guys got. He was too young for nom de he. He was so annoying that character. Both of those characters were super annoying. I didn't I didn't like I didn't like anything about the movie. But those two specifically I didn't like so the tire rolls on and then he happens on a tire fire. And he sees just bunch a hillbillies tossing tires onto fire as he watches brethren Scope and smoke now. He flashed four to three days. Later tire has spent the time between on an absolute rampage. As we see just bodies littering everywhere we see just head's blown off like crazy. The million dollar budget went to probably the cops track down the tire. In an abandoned house. Watching Formula One instead of a mannequin with dynamite on the front porch with the speaker and the convertible girl read the script to try and entice the tire to blow up the mannequin. So it'll it'll blow dynamite strapped to it and the old man shows up in his wheelchair shows to the surveillance van and tells him that he doesn't understand the ending in the movie says they should just use a flame thrower on the tire and the cops are just like they'll know our plan the plan of this movie this end. Because that he's going to blow up the mannequin and then so dynamite blow and he agrees with it heals. Yeah that's fine plan. We wait a minute to seconds ago. You said it was a terrible plan. Well he says it's a fine plan but you just got to speed it up okay. That's right yeah. I guess he was getting impatient. He's been around for four days. He's I guess true. Eventually he blows the entire. Does BLOW UP THE MANNEQUINS HEAD? But not the dynamite. The sheriff gets pissed you so then he just walks up walks in with a shotgun and blows Tyre offscreen so we don't even get the pleasure to see the target killed and then he walks away and he says we're done it's over it's dead and then out rolls out of that house. Curve reason reason a tricycle so the old man yells no. It's not done. He's reincarnated as tricycle. That's the one time I laughed. He said that one. Because it's such a stupid line one of the greatest lines in cinema history Tricycle come back so then the old man tries to talk to the tricycle and too calm down telling me just the audience. He's ending in a part of this movie. Don't do anything. He gets simple enough anyway. He gets his body Body yeah he does blue old thing And then the tricycle rolls along recruiting tires to join his revolution as they make it to Hollywood. And that's the end of the movie. I didn't understand what the point of the end was supposed to show like. Hollywood needs cleansing or Hollywood is full of tires. I don't I. There's no reason for no reason. Then if you have a question about what any of this movie means there is no reason. That's the point and that's a stupid point that I dislike when movies waste my time and this is an enormous waste of time. Yeah yeah but it was a relatively short amount of wasted to tie or but I watched it twice. So it's eighty minutes tunnels do. Yeah well I mean that's more your fall right. You did that to yourself the first time. Yes we can. We can point fingers at whomever we want. But the second time you willing to do that I only watch these movies once well. I'm the one that writes all the notes. You WanNa right now. It's right up. I tried writing notes to wing it. Dude I'm easy going. I'm loosey-goosey on his podcast. You're the movies are sure. I'll take your the notes guy. You're our big but you don't take notes Indian D. I not this podcast. That's true. I'm just saying you're very picky and choose D with your your note taking well the flow the flow. This podcast relies on my now. Now you're just like your own horn here. Yeah this is a weird one. This might be the weirdest movie you've ever done I. It's a certain type of weird bright because we've seen a lot of bad weird weird weird. I don't know how to describe it. I think I understand what you're saying. Troll two is weird not intentionally. Yeah the makers of this film though. Exactly the kind of Weird. That they're going for their their self aware the weirdness of their perpetrating. I would say yeah. They specifically went out of their way for weirdness. Yeah again it they want. They had a message they wanted to get across. But it just wasn't a very well thought out message Is that nothing matters. Is that the messages. I guess but I feel like there's there's probably a movie that's done that better out there in the in the in the world I could. Yeah I just. I just wanted to movie about killer. That's really all I want to make this better is like I would just have a straightforward horror movie about a killer tire. It's really none none of the pretension of this movie because it's very pretentious movie. Yeah because you horror is one of the. It's really the only genre where you could get away with that having a killer tire. You can't do that in a drama and not even comedy You have to kind of keep it somewhat real somewhat real not always. Obviously but you're not gonNA get away with talking tire a tire as the bad guy but in if you if you do a campy horror movie. Yeah I'll buy that. Why not? There is a a an accident at the tire factory. That one of the tires was mutated or went into a a ray gun or some shit like that. Sure whatever go with it You guys have anything to make it better. I think you know honestly. No I don't know I don't know this time. He can't bang anything in this movie. Your bank a tire right. Yeah this is one of those movies. Where where you if you you walk into. The theater says rubber on their newly. Like Oh Man. What a GYP. It's not what you think man. It's not what you think. Maybe he can get like a I would like to have seen a monster truck tire and they're just like a massive in it instead of blowing people's heads it just rolls over people charging them All you know what? That's what I was trying to think of the movie that this kind of reminded me of maximum overdrive with the Stephen King movie. Yeah with all the living appliances. You could have done that with this movie right like a meteor comes over and it for some reason it just brings all the tires to life and then it's attack of the killer tires right. If I need like a reason why the tires killing things. I'm fine with that. Like a killer tire that's going on a rampage and it could just kill like it could. Kill Them. The exact same way. that it does here but I need something I need it like. I don't need the I can't have the tire as the protagonists of the movie. And that's what we have here is tires the protagonist because there's no other protagonists. I need a little bit of a story. I don't need the pretension You know just have people that are at a wayward gas station like when we've seen this movie or holdup because there's a tire outside killing people it's all any. Yeah and you can even do it where you know. Maybe they don't believe that it's a killer tirelessly all that can't be true and then it just kind of picks them off one by one. Yeah you know they like this is fake or whatever and then it gets it figures out new ways to kill the people holed up in the gas station. You know an army of cops come and they can't kill it for whatever reason it just nukes the cops or whatever and you can even have it where it does recruit other tires sure and then what kind of tires are there because you. WanNa have Michelin Goodyear. Right people tires rightly the monster truck. The Michelin Goodyear. The white ball tires. You do all those things is a white ball or white. Wall is all white wall tires. Okay so yeah you can. You can have all those like old-timey ones and I don't know what do you do here? Man and what do you do like a tire from an old penny farthing a UNICYCLE? One nor would I don't know what were the ones with the The giant tire and then the small tire in the back a penny farley always in what did they call with the people who wrote them. I I don't know a penny farther there's the simpsons gag with it unlike the old-timey bikes team and I thought I thought they actually gave him the name they go get. Get a penny farthing bike. Tie Get get some action in there. I don't know I don't know he could. We can go to a tire factory and they all come alive. I don't this movie sucks. I don't know mark I added during the horror movie which is the obvious thing. There's not much else you could. You could really do. Short of maybe that halfway point breaking down the movie like you said having the the sheriff guide dive from the shots have not be blanks. Those are really only two things. I think you could twist in save the movie. What about you and what would you do? I like I said I would make it a straight apar- give it protagonist stabbed him the killer tire with a a three act structure. It's all I needed. Okay all I needed very simple Need all that stupid bullshit about. None of this makes any difference like well. Then why am I watching this? That's a good point. You're not you're not giving us a good reason to care why why even bother then as far as far as I could tell you wasted. Someone's five hundred thousand dollars. That's a good point. I imagine bringing this to a studio executive in saying I WanNa make a movie where the whole point is that. There is no point like all right. Well okay. What's next okay? So it's about a killer tire what are you talking about? You just told me that you're making a movie that the central focus is that there is no difference in anything that we talk about So why are you making it a killer tire you could? You could actually take that I that central idea and make it a good idea. I think I feel like that would make most sense in like a like a love story or something like that. We're thinking nothing makes sense or like nothing matters. Were you try your hardest to get a girl or guy that you like and it just it. Everything you do doesn't make a difference. I mean that's clerks isn't it? Yeah that's right movie. Nothing happens right and yeah there's a whole story around it but it's just basically how an nothing they do makes makes a difference in grand scheme of things. I guess but UH YEP that. That's rubber guys. I think unless you guys have any thing else you want to add I think my wife I was made for this one. Go Play Your Shit. Sure sure my on my God I just got the biggest Meenai for my wife on this. 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Sustainable Living with Debbie Levin

Ladies Like Us with Nazanin and Nadia

55:38 min | 5 months ago

Sustainable Living with Debbie Levin

"From podcast one and the Lady Gang. Are you ready for a relatable unapologetic? Take on life. This is the ladies US podcast with Nazanin Mandy and you Mohammed. Welcome back to another episode. Moody's Yeah You. You're going to get a song every week. I also on the same though. What if we did a real they do those remixes ask you? It's coming in my head. I just need. I need a good like the could be will drop the beat a soda anyways. Yeah what's this week been like free? Now's the NAACP this week. Okay I WANNA START OFF. Not a blow gray. It's a lesson and I feel like it's an important lesson especially for us women to remember this happens to men really happens to women a lot. Okay and I don't think it matters what industry you're in or or where you are in that industry where you rank whatever right so i. I haven't acting coach Roy with three times a week but I wanted to add another acting coach. Just a different technique. Keep mine but just different it up. Learn new stuff right so. I found a very relevant acting coach. He's amazing from what I've heard okay and so I reached out we set up a class. Okay and I paid. Whatever we're all fine. They send me the address like the morning of God so I assumed and it was my bad because I probably should have looked it up before I started driving right. I was like Oh. It's at a studio. He has a studio acting studio right. Okay so I'm driving. This is yeah. I'm I'm driving and I'm like Oh hell no I. I know where I'm at and if I turn off of this street go straight up to the hills. Okay so you know what I'm GonNA drive up there anyways okay. I'm not obviously not getting out of my car. Let me see where this takes me right so I drive all the way to the top of the hill and it's this dudes house and I was like no you know. How did you know I'm not going into down on? Oh okay so let's go back to you. Where did you find this acting coach? And so set up. This acting was through my agent recommended through my ancient. Okay he's extremely well known. Okay Okay and they just three what address. They were like I CARE. I paid my invoice. Okay she sent it in the email. A- you this is your time. Bring your scripts there. You go okay and I just assumed osas acting studio. I'm driving to his acting suit right because he has a very well known acting studio so he has a studio has a studio. Okay so I'm not saying he's a creep like we don't like saying that but I'm not going to put myself in a position right for anything to go wrong. Yeah you're you have to catch these things before. Yeah you know. He's extremely relevant. He is amazing what he does and I've seen his tapes but it is not worth me feeling uncomfortable and this is how the Chicago exactly. It is not worth me. Taking a chance If we want to meet again we need to meet at his studio right exactly with his assistant there which I feel like they should have disclosed that information. And that's what I told Darla right so Darlas like just dropped me your pin your good and I'm like no no no no no. This is not how it works and this is. I'm not that person right like I'm not so I'm like they should of told me beforehand. This is at his house. Just why ranks find this as whatever right I I would have brought someone with me right garlic you. Darla somebody would have came with me right to this But lesson ladies. You just never know ladies. It doesn't matter a well known person is it doesn't matter what they can do for you. Matter of fact those are the ones exactly exactly. Do not if you have any kind of uncomfortable. Any kind of your intuitions telling you something. Do not go in. Just don't turn around reschedule on your own time. Yeah put you gotta put your foot down. Yeah 'cause I mean and it's just it's why risk it because even let's just say everything was fine. There was nothing and you know it probably is. Yeah but I'm not putting myself in that position because you just don't know it's not for sure and you're already in that position you can be in a very Like just horrible predicament. Eight can't get out. No it's like you're just giving up. Yeah you're once you walk in there. You're around there. Yeah you know what I mean I think that sometimes when I get random clients that hit me I could imagine you know i. That's definitely crossed my mind. What helps is like. Obviously they're they're females contact. Make done like you know. I'm like okay. I'm going to a woman's home or even you know if they have there has been there. Whatever but Still the fact that they can just throw me an address and be like show up here at two right like and it's like and these are like crazy scenarios. I know I watch. Id to match but like look she falls asleep too. I do. I go to sleep peacefully but like human trafficking is a real thing and you can't trust these women either now. Do you know what I mean everything. It could be a setup. I'm just very eight for the ADA. Exactly they're just What is that? What a mole is pretty much. Yeah I mean it's just I don't don't put yourself in a position exactly and you followed. Your intuition is all you can do and I would rather be embarrassed than dead then. You can't feel nothing at all. There you go so yeah. There's good because a lot of girls especially with photo shoots to like. They'll show up to a photographer. We'll be like hey I'm GonNa Shoot. You hear my home studio at like nine. Pm is that Cool No. That's not cool. No it's not cool. No take somebody with you. Even dropping a pin is not enough honest. That's what I said yesterday. I'm not doing that. Yeah I'm sorry like I. Just Yeah. They should have given me a warning beforehand. And I would've brought some so so you emailed them and said that wouldn't reschedule okay like I'm not going to give an excuse. I'd say you were uncomfortable. No over explain. I said I need to reschedule this right and then she actually emailed me back and I'm having answered yet so I'm GonNa be like okay. Well I need to meet him at. Yeah actual acting studio. Yeah Yeah you should express that yeah to me. That's common sense like I'm just like yeah I don't know and you should probably give a heads up to the client. Yeah I mean I think that's normal to give ahead absolutely. Oh Man Well I had say getting a slight case of baby fever. Only kind no. It's so weird. What's wrong with her? No I'm not ready. I'm not either I'm not either. It's just the sparked rounded by babies. Now I know okay so my good good friends. Eric and Greg I've talked about them before she had her baby. He's so he's so cute. He's like a little old Asian man is or my God. I can't out so I finally I was sick and sick and sick and I couldn't go see them because they don't WanNa take that sickness over there finally got to go see him in a hold on hold him. The whole time was so chill and like he was so fresh out of the womb. That like he he wanted to be held. Like if you hold them a certain way he didn't like it like they wanna be held close to you you know so just holding him and it's just like it's just crazy you know what. I think once you're friends because none. None of us have anybody. That's having kids around us. Like I mean Yeah. None of us. None of us have kids. So they're the first ones that are really. I'm really close with that. Have a baby and so now. I'm like Oh this shit's getting real. You know and so obviously I got to return. The baby makes things a lot easier. And then today I went and did Kassy's Mak- and I'm her baby frank doll. I can't lay no she. We walk in and she was sleeping and I'm doing Kassy's makeup and she's like I'm just going to go check on TV. She's awake she wasn't crying at all. No she's such a good yes I know she walks in. She'll oh she's awake. We go looker. And she's just laughing like just laying a mirror in front of her. No she is laughing she. She loves to look at herself. Always so cute so then and not baby so good to Frankie so good so I'm just like Oh God Elmar no this no. It's okay listen he. We are in the same boat with wanting kids. I. I'm a little further in the both. And he is. He's got one foot in the boat. Yeah but mine's opposite situation. I know baby fever and I'm like Oh my God told him like no don't win he'll fall in love. Yeah no he's getting ready. Yeah but it's so different. Because it's like He. Miguel is reached mazing points in his career like he doesn't have to carry the baby. Nothing changes for the Guy Exactly so it's so much easier for them to be like. Yeah let's do it and you're just like Oh sure. Yeah let's let me put my life on hold hold on you know. I. It's just it's it's harder for us so As far as Omar's concerned you know we've had the conversation when we first met and got together. I was like listen. I realize I've talked about this floor. I was like I realized that I actually do want to get married and I might want to have kids. I haven't decided fully yet right but it's in it's in. The door is not closed. Yeah exactly and he was the person that was cool with not getting married and not having kids until he met me. He was like okay. I could do this with you. You know what I mean which is Great. So he's Kinda like I'll do whatever you WANNA do which I mean. I'm not Mantha. No no no I mean. I think you're going to be have to be the first one that's like. Yeah of course yeah just going to have to get knocked up are you. Just say okay. I'm just you know I actually forgot to put it in. She conveniently forgot. No I want like I would love to have this good solid at least this good solid year. Maybe next year to justice. Can we just go to Mardi gras first priority? La- can we knock that out Mardi Gras? Where else do we need to go? We Oh yeah Jamaica. I do WanNa have a good Mexico trip. Just how do you want to get married? I should we throw that in. Maybe I could just get married in Mexico and then vacation in Jamaica to the Bachelorette New Orleans. Our Life is plan. And then that's it. I'll have a baby right there. You go but yeah no I just. I don't know what that is but no I mean it's a high. I mean. Listen I'M GONNA BE THIRTY FIVE THIS YEAR. I know but just like heard it out loud. Remember when we thought twenty-five was old how sad I know that's twenty five is like Babe twenty-five Baby I wouldn't you couldn't get anything to take me back to twenty me neither like I'm okay with it. Yeah but you know I should probably get my you know areas checked. I think they might be like well. That'll determine my fate right there. They're not I believe Mexican. Exactly that's got to say something but yeah so what else what else. What else We had Oscar weekend. Yes right did you. Guys didn't go but you went to the Vanity Fair party which is always like the highlight of the party. That carpet is every. It's everything everything even the way. The pictures are shot. I know it's like they really care. Lighting Yeah Yeah they really really care and then what we were talking about. Recently was the fact that they have gotten more strict about who attend about guest-list. Yes because a lot of people say what you want. If you think it's okay or not but like a lot of Like social media influencers and bloggers. And whatever we're getting invited to the Vanity Fair party which is a very prestigious yard is like the Oscar party exactly that not everybody can go to invite only in so. I think they felt like okay. We're kinda losing yet was losing. Its mystique right and privacy. Right Right Because there's a lot of high profile actors there and it's like they they don't want to be on your story they don't want you to it. I just it was getting like that. Yeah so now. It's like they handle over your invite to the house noon. Yeah they screen you each person and it's it's a really special part. Yeah I love it and you're look. I think we saw every time was really. Yeah it was one of my favorite actually did you did Vanity Fair last year. He was a blue dress. That's right that was a good one two though. Yeah no but this one. So you were a wick. Week Owens Yazdani Salyut Enrico in stress. Yes which actually so. Let me fill you guys in. We decided to wear that dress the night before literally literally gave me a heart attack the night before. Yes Danny hits me I was. I went to me baby shower. Which by the way was amazing. I know it looked amazing. Like was it was so special is beautiful. I don't want to say too much but it was. It was really special but after the baby shower. Danny's like I need you to come to my office. Try this dress on. I just found it. I'm Max fields like tried on go there and I was like we had another dress completely custom made. That dress is still a habit so good. So we had a whole look custom-made and she's like but I just have a feeling about this outfit. I need you come. Try It on so I went. And we're like yeah this is it this It was so good it like when I say gave me a heart attack I when it comes to big carpets like this her gnaws myself and whoever's doing her hair are constantly in contact with like. Okay what's the look? And we're sending messages of okay. These are the herons. But this is making you know. It's we come up with a look head to toe right so that everything is cohesive and and at least a week before yeah or like power away yeah and so it gives me a time to get the products. I need create. I literally do the look in my head and so I'm like okay. I'm ready. I'm ready for this. Look and then you're like. Oh Shit but honestly it came out good and we did our get ready with us on refinery. Twenty nine years turned out amazing. Whoever watched that thank you like we had a good time? We actually need to do that more. I know I need to be better at recording myself. Even doing yet I love to watch it. I know I I just. I need to get better. It's just it's I get ready so fast and in a hurry usually in the car. Whatever so it's like a whole setup for me but you know I I will promise to get better at it because I know that it's going to help my brand push it for. It is so But Yeah I just. I was really happy with that. Whole look and your skin glowing. Everything looks so bomb Alexandria with Airbrush. It was a good moment. It was a really really good. Miguel it it did it. I think. And that's also why we switched it up. Yeah my Alpha before it when it was all white. Yeah we couldn't go wrong right But this one there was just a certain like edge to it right at the other off it was missing. It was like you guys were wearing wet metal. Yes exactly why? Your hair was so good with a was perfect. Yup I mean I guess. Let's let's guys alright I am really excited about doing this. 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Okay yes I was very happy and very like excited that you guys were into this way before we met. Yes that's awesome. Well I think like that's just what's happening right now is everyone is realizing. Oh Shit this is bad. This is getting bad. I mean you've known this for a while right. Most changes real. It's all real so like she said we. We're we're going to need like the the handbook for dummies saw on how to do this. The Right Way. Tips and tricks Before we get into that let's go back to like your beginnings and why you even went down this road. I'm just curious. What intrigued you into this. It's kind of a random story okay. and I've been running the Organization for twenty years. This is literally my first year. Yes Environmental Media Association. You were way ahead of the game. Website is green. The number four and all of our handles instagram marine for marine for So I was actually a mom. I mean I'm still a mom and I had teenage kids and young teenage kids and I was invited to and I knew nothing about the environment. I was just really excited when they actually dropped off some little little. Been when my kids were really young at my house and said you could put stuff in here and it's separate from the garbage so I was really excited like I put newspapers in there. We were still getting every day. And I put you know whatever cans and bottles and I just thought I was like the coolest personal. But that was you were and so. I was invited in nineteen ninety nine to a very small luncheon. That was actually the the Yemeni awards it had started. We're celebrating our thirtieth anniversary which is an organization which is amazing. It's amazing how forward that was and so I sat there At at this table with people who had no idea it was it was literally a mother from school. Invited me and so I as I'm thinking about this and as I'm hearing what they're doing the idea of because our mission is to get environmental content into the media using the media to talk via pop culture right. I mean my God. This is the most brilliant thing I've ever seen in my life. We are the storytellers for the environment. They weren't doing a minimal of that at that time they were. They were working to get environmental messages into content which was great but remember nineteen ninety. Nine right NOSSA. Not even a hint of social way thing and so we. The I knew that they were doing which was great was they were talking to writers and trying to get them to put things into content. Which was incredible. I was blown away by that idea because I was a person who was not aware because at that time. Only like environmentalists. Talk to environmentalists. Rile happens a lot. Environmental groups talked to environmental groups and no one is speaking to the public to tell them what they can do. How they can be empowered and how they can actually implement. Why is that? They don't know how to speak. English right excites their scientists are saying yes there researchers litigators go do it. Our job is to tell the story voice and so I asked wdv too many questions to the guy sitting next to me. He literally asked me to go to lunch with him the next day and come run the organization. Wow I mean he. I didn't know they were sort of saying it was kind of crazy. Destiny right there for I walked into an empty office. There was no one there. There was almost no one on the board left. It was an amazing board. There was one on the board because it was it was put together by heads of studios and amazing people and had a great pedigree but it was really not there was one assistant who was basically stoned offer us. And I'm like okay here weekend and no files and I thought this was at the very beginning of two thousand and I thought you know we do what we do is. We're actually celebrating her thirtieth year of it. We do the awards and honours gala which is like the Green Oscars or the Green Golden Globes and all about content and and sustainable and environmental celebrities. And it's like this wonderful wonderful event that we do. It's an award show but it's also an honoree show and so I thought going we'll go back to that but I thought okay I've got like let's push it to December because it's like February I and I don't know what I'm doing. I didn't even notice and repeat was which is I just thought it was this thing that has logos ask in front of it. Is I know how to name. And so I said let's just push it to December and we'll figure it out and because it was gonna be the tenth one so I thought it's either amazing and it's the tenth or we don't exist and I really really tried and so bottom line is it worked We had amazing honorees. We had incredible performers. The first thing that I did do taking over in early two thousand was I was invited to a ton of environmental organizations to their events to sort of see what the what the community was like and the community was old And even I said that I thought they were really old and I had teenagers and so I thought. Oh my God this is. It was old white by the way. I thought this is just not going to work right and so I my kids were in school and I kind of literally pulled from like they had cool. Parents aren't school in Santa Monica. There was a lot of people in the industry. Some of their friends as they were getting older. We're starting to work and My my goal was to make the make environmental issues and sustainability way cooler and weighing that and And it's evolved tremendously got. There's so much to talk about but my goal has always been to be very clearly using celebrity voices influence. Our voices loud voices to be the voice for the environment that they could speak personally and as a parent I wanted to also know. How do I do this? So it's easy and I just keep my family safe. Uh-huh how are we healthy? And how do we not have toxins and chemicals in the house? Because I think that's the thing that's relatable people were talking about climate change now. Actually everybody is talking about climate change which is a conversation but nobody wanted to know about what those words were when they wanted to know was how can afford to keep my kids safe. What do I feed them in what away? Because that's their world and it should be And so for for us and for me and I think that that everything and so I always approached it looking at somebody in in the way that I want to. Just get information just like you guys. Tell me what to do so that I understand what this process is and how I can be better and also really in terms of process really forgiving and knowing that everybody is on the path and no one is done right. No one is done. I don't care who you are. You're not done. It doesn't stop does not and we applaud every step of the way right and you are just as kick ass on step three as you are on step four hundred three step in the right direction. It's an awareness. Yes so this is something that you know. This is sort of how it's informed the organization and we're an organization now that has incredible celebrities. I'm sure you've looked at our board. Jaden Smith is one of our corporate board officers which I didn't know that he started the box. Water right or what is it? Just watch which is just water so as she pushes away our plastic but I did it. Come armed with gas. I'm sorry so amazingly so we have the with the awards and honours gala every year We also have m impact. We've got program so we can talk about that. But I was told C. J. Didn't twenty-one think this was like five years ago. I was told that he had started with starting this box. Water company have. This was everything to him and he was seventeen years old. He created this like this is all him he. It was him when he was a kid in the ocean and found plastic bottles and said to incite what the hell yeah and he is so smart and so kind and so knowledgeable and so passionate and so he started this with with with his partner drew with the support of his family which is really important. His father's very involved the whole family is really involved. Easing and his vision was to have a completely recycled sustainable Barber bottle with plant based so sugar king cab coming from Natural Springs. How cool and he. They figured it out and it launched when he was seventeen. Wow and so it's amazing. And so I was connected with him. Bef- like as they were just starting to launch a and I said we need to honor you. You're seventeen years old absolute and we have a future award for people. Who are you know on their road to you know environmental greatness and it's been everyone from Ian Summer Halder Shalin Woodley to you? Know we have all these amazing people that we've honored and so he and I got along on the phone. Wake me like I just like. This kid is incredible completely bonded. We ended up honoring him that year in October He came backstage and said this is the most beautiful group of people. These are like my people. And how do I joined the board and I said you just it and so he honestly he is such an important part of our organization his vision he immediately got really involved with impact which we can talk about He's amazing. And then we have other people like Lance Bass who also has a podcast who lance has been involved with us for fourteen years. Wow Atlanta's are co-chair and lances like he was this kid from in sync from Mississippi who didn't have a clue and we met at an event of small event that we did and he's like what. I don't know any of this but the sounds amazing. And you know these are babies and are this is the future so this is we. Our job is really to be able to speak to the public in a way. That's really relatable and now using social media post a gift I mean it's all you're doing it all the way it should be done because that's the way to get especially to younger generations especially having. Jaden on your side on your team that he's the perfect example. Yeah so impactful. Because they'll listen to him. I'm does it. There's nothing like literally. He's like running around doing shows. And then he's like texting me about some guy who should speak at one of our events. And so he's like he's passionate. Yes passionate yes. Wow that's incredible. Es So w what was your first personal step in the right direction. Like what was the first thing you did at home to change question? I WANNA know because I'm making personal changes that blocks straws all of that stuff so I want to know your I I mean. I think the first thing was recycling. Because it's so easy you could just everybody just so you know you definitely need to rinse you can't just put your stuff into recycling iggy food and gunk in right right. I think also I heard that when you have a water bottle you're supposed to take the top off. Is that right? It makes it a lot easier for the recycling. Okay so yes so. There's like little tricks to resign right like like if you're opening a can or you've got like orange juice or whatever you've got just give it a little shake it up okay. Don't use a million liters of water like shake it up and then put it recycling because if there's food or any kind of run on their remnants of anything they don't know what to do with it and it ends up going. So that's I don't know I didn't know everyone didn't know that until actually my hairdresser told me. Wow he said he was like being like. I'm going to him for so long you know. He's like the police that his neighborhood and he's like literally looking at people's trash to make sure he's going to tell them to recycle and he noticed that people were not rinsing and then he's like wait. Let me get this straight. We rinse or we don't and so you've got to rinse I never. I didn't know that either. So why are we have Debbie here or big tip yes okay? I think that straws is a new thing which is amazing. And so we've been talking about that. We've been talking about single use plastics We were very involved with the the plastic bag garbage. I mean the grocery ban for like fourteen years forever. We kept going and going and going but we were able to. We were able to be in. La City Council when it passed and it was pretty thrilling. You know what? The biggest step was Interestingly in the beginning of two oh I'm sorry food okay food is your gateway you wake up every single day and you make a choice and knowing what you eat having being. Local sustainable certified organic most important. Read labels reading labels is the most important thing you can do for your family and that is for food for cleaning products now my God like we have one of our partners egos they make really inexpensive like it's totally comparable. They do every kind of cleaning product that there is. And where can we get those honestly? Get it every supermarket line. But it's an every market Ekos E. C. O. S. Okay got it. And they're everywhere. They're sort of the same prices the scary stuff and their incredible. I've toward their plant like a million times. They're they're global to awhile. It smells like the most beautiful plants you've ever seen. It's all based at zero waste. But if you read the label you'll see that so. I'm reading the label like finding out. Where is your fruit from? Is it from here or was it. Flown in from across the world using not only fuel. But you don't know what kind of pesticides right looking at boxed food and looking at frozen food looking at everything and really trying to make sure that if you can't pronounce it probably pretty and just being really aware of that so I think bringing food to your family is everything and to yourself and cleaning products the next big thing that and real quick and limited ingredients in in those foods right like you don't want a lot as extras. The less is more less is more shorter list. The better right right the weird scary long things. Try to stay away frame. Because they can't be good. Oh and also going back to food too. I was listening to the Momma said that you were on with. Malin right is mall in. Okay Yeah and you guys talked about which. I didn't know which I would like to share with. Our listeners is She was eating a lot of vegetables and fruits and vegetables and she did like a blood panel where they see. What kind of I don't want to say is it. Chemicals were in her body. I guess yeah talks dachshunds. She was she read high for lead and she was like. How could this be so? I guess they told her you need to soak your veget- your produce in water for fifteen filtered water for fifteen at least fifteen minutes before consuming them to get rid of that lead and that I was like wow maybe I am so loving that you remember. What's fresh in my mind this morning? So but it's something that clicked with me and I was like I never knew that. That's important to know so sorry to go true. You think vegetables you client. Yeah especially from the farmers market because they are usually organically grown but not certified organic means that they're not spraying with pesticides but they're not waiting the seven years that it takes for a farm to be certified because they just can't afford it right and the and in the air you're getting all this yacky stuff but it's an everything right. It's in the water soil and air is the most important thing honestly. We consume what we put on our bodies in terms of skin care and play and kids. And it's the chemicals that we bring into our house like writers no reason there should be any chemicals in your house right right right because there's they're completely available in every market from like big box ray to wherever you can look and a million years ago. They would squish two or three in one little like where they've literally put the produce and the cleaning products to each other in the Little Eko. I'll yeah now it's everywhere. Get stuff to you. See this tiny little young now making cover on the house a Vegan Foundation. Wait what covergirl. Yes they just want it out. It's amazing skim milk. I think. That's a holiday. Yeah interesting be Vegan Foundation if we think about it. Oh so but yes so struggle with that. Because I'm a makeup artist. It's hard hard to find. I can't imagine I very used to the products I use and I like the way these sitting aware and to find things that substitute that that work equally the same as kind of challenging. Not Saying it's impossible and I sympathize with you because I actually did. We did a hair and makeup seminar years ago to try to talk to the your industry about what to do and it's everyone had the same thoughts. I don't even know how far we are right in terms of on camera right. I think that in terms of everyday life were great options but I think on camera with the lights the long days nights right. It's definitely a real challenge and the thing that we're trying to work on and we're trying to work with the fashion industry so for the fashion events and all of that stuff by the way you mentioned your clothes are what did you name so my clothes are completely sustainable up cycled they're made locally and the website is shop at Dame d. a. m. e. and the the line is called Dame. It's actually my daughter's Oh this is an all of our board members wear. It's like she's hard not to wear because it's so cozy. Yeah it's really cute and it's incredible fabric. She's always done up cycling. Which checks plane? Yes I was. Just GonNa ask you. What is that? Okay up. Cycling is all the different clothing manufacturers by too much fabric. Okay and they throw it away right and so she goes and it's called It's dead stock is when it's actually called and there's reams and reams and reams of beautiful fabrics and it could be six in Kashmir fabulous barracks and they have no idea what to do with it so she gets it they buy it. And then she designs from the fabrics that she finds and is able to keep consistency in Sil- style and cut in right. Alex I'm doing a big promo. She's amazing and because of that. The story is so great because she's online and again it's shop at team dot com and green for yes dot org very good. We'll write those notes but her stuff is great and it's and it's fairly affordable and it's beautiful and you can mix and match and where things like there's blazers trousers and all kinds of things and what. I love is that it's it's local so you're getting it directly from where it's made there's shipping costs from design to manufacturing right and so that's another thing to look at for like local companies but there's also like the big version of close so you've got like h and Zara all these huge fast fashion. We actually work with H M H. M has been so remarkable in their sustainability commitment for like three generations. I had no idea I started to find out about them and I started looking for them at in that. Nobody it's like we're trying to get this out. They were you know companies. WanNa be chill. They don't want to you know over speak for themselves. Which is why it's so great for us to be able to to speak fewer these different companies because if we have choices and with with They since the owner the the CEO is the is the grandson of the original owner in Sweden. Oh and they're very Swedish. They're very responsible. They're very they're very very conscious of finding new fabrics that are plant based and that are reusing. They have A. They have a clothing recycling program in every single store across the globe. Where you can brazing anything? Anything one sock like not from them. It doesn't have to be from that That one saw k the torn towel. We should where do you turn it in John as you go to any store all over the literally the globe bag of clothes? I have a perpetual back of closing. Okay you give it to them and you get fifteen percent off. Wow that's incredible. It's their water. Their water usage is monitored their energy usage their love working with the with the different communities that they that they work with. And you know all over the world right. They are committed to have one hundred percent organic cotton by the end of this year and by Twenty twenty-five They WanNa be a circular company which means that all of the fabric is is deconstructed and turned into new fabric. Which they're doing now so it's like by by when you turn in your weird crappy stained and torn clothes. Pajamas are big one for that one. That fabric actually turns into fabric. They're not taking it somewhere. They take to a plant that they have that then pumps out new fabric and it could be your next t shirt or your switcher. So they just like deconstructed. That is crazy facing technologies. Wow so it's you know it's really cool like what we love to do is find these amazing places that get you on path right and it's just a matter of here knowing. Yeah exactly like you know you have a lot of you have every choice in the world right. Well we're going to take a quick break. We've still so much more to talk about. I want to hear about what a carbon footprint is when we get yes. Thank you making your home. Beautiful is the ultimate form of Self Care. And what better time than the new year to take care of yourself and this New Year? 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They keep that away from us because carbon is good for the trees but whether they've been put out is the oxygen that we need right now. Our carbon is fighting with our oxygen. Because we don't have enough tree because we don't have enough trees have and we have an industrialized society right where we are an an a fossil fuel based economy so whether it's plastics or whether it's your gas or whether it's all coming from fossil fuels there are a million percent technologies that we could stop this tomorrow and jobs and so we need to do is we need to understand that. We're looking for a sustainable economy. That's going to bring our our economy so that we are using more electric we're using we're using There's different powers that we have with water ride euro-power there's obviously solar. That can do everything instead of going to gasoline products as I go to which is going to run out eventually anyway. You also it's dirty. It's still it's not okay right. We've got wind turbines. We're all this technology and we've got jobs waiting in those in those sectors so it's really a matter of for us also being really careful who you vote for. Read what they stand for. So when you vote vote for sustainability understand that this is across the board from president down. Yeah is that. What do they think about the environment? What are they doing are they? For new technologies are they for sustainable technologies. And so that's a hugh you have so much power. We all have so much power to make changes every single day. Yeah and so you know if you get into carbon offsets and all that other fancy carbon words. Don't worry about that worry about making sustainable choices every day and you are automatically reducing your carbon footprint. Perfect well. I mean the economy will take a hit from this from the loss of nature. The economy is taking a hit. Because we're not actually listening to the technologies that we have now right. And what if you didn't have your iphone right and we were still dialing up on a rotary phone right and we couldn't communicate the way we could or have the information that we have. It's the same thing right. We have all the new technologies to get us into a place where not only are we preserving our planet but we're preserving ourselves so what do you think is the holdback? Why is there so much resistance to this? I mean do you feel like there is it? Just become really politicized. I don't know why because the earth and our health is not politicised right and so the reality is there's jobs that we are losing just because they're just old fashioned and that happens but we've got so many new jobs available in all these tech centers sectors where it's energy it's Food. I mean think about you've got beyond Burger impossible. Meet that eat like a hamburger and so there's so much there's there's a new tunafish one coming out. There's there's so many things that are happening right now. That are all innovator. Jobs looking corporations and saying we want to help you like we're doing with H. M. The automotive industry is huge. We've been working with Toyota Motor sales literally our start twentieth anniversary. Actually weren't you the one that put the Prius on the map? We were yes we met them. It's huge and you made it popular for celebrities. We do dry them. Which in turn you mean. That's the cash cow right there once the celebrities you something everybody else wants to you. It's been an amazing journey to be honest because talk about like first steps. A car was the first thing. I better by environmentalists leader because I was driving like not a good car. Ride a bike right but that wasn't as realistic L. And didn't want a little little not safe so I went and I. I met Toyota and I was buying a Prius because I have to do this and I actually was corporate it. Was You know the big corporate North America? Toyota and I said you know this is really cool. First of all it's affordable and second of all It looks different so people can be identified and say. I'm making a difference. I think I can get you all the celebrities in Hollywood and I can even get them to arrive at award shows in them and we can talk about it. No idea what I was doing. You believe they said okay. Yeah and that's like shit now. I have to do it and it was an amazing experience. It's still we've worked with them with their fuel cell technology which is incredible. They're going to be all electric twenty. Twenty-five they are honestly the best car company in terms of everyone is doing this. And Right I'm like copying and is the best form of flattery in the world especially as a sustainable human being absolutely But they were really the ones who put their necks out and said we believe in this technology and we are environmentalists to the core as a company. And so it's it's urgent for companies to take that commitment like I said like Ekos and ancient and Toyota Motor sales. And if they don't do that then there's not gonNA be product for people to buy and the product has to be completely as fantastic and work the same if not better as something comparable. That's not sustainable. And so that's what's been happening. And that's the most exciting thing that I can think of. This happening is that you have choices. You can actually be an environmentalist by shopping correctly. Right right and not like be mindful of what don't waste don't wait don't waste like don't keep buying that same white t shirt or black. Why did it no? I actually read this. I found this online food releases methane when it breaks down in a landfill and the methane intern warms. The Planet Eighty six times faster than carbon dioxide. That's mind blowing. It is and so that makes you think all that food that you just throw in the garbage you think Oh and I think the best mentality that we all have once we throw it away outta sight Outta mind but we're destroying our planet. We are doing it. Why just doing those little tiny things that we think are harmless? But it's destroying our plan and you of the power every day. Yes you helping your planet and human being absolutely well. That's yeah I feel like now. I want to go and buy everything. That's not flashing question though so if we do already have plastic in our possession just put it in the recycle that that's the best we can do. We really there's there's huge industries of clothing and Re for recycling existing plastic. It's clothing it's other items that we call plastic. It's reusable everything and that's something that we don't we don't want to you know perfect world. Add to the pile of trash right but we have the pile of trash. So let's turn it into fabulous new products right. 'cause right now. I still have all these old school tupperware containers do I just keep them so that I keep raising not add to the problem. Well that's true. I mean if as as we use them you have them buying them all over again but I think that actually our next job is to actually list on our website. What you do with Old Tupperware? Because you're so right. Yeah I have like three left. I've had probably for forty years. So just have them and I don't know what to do with so I just keep using right so it's really not buying new if you have something. I'm being really mindful of that okay. Perfect arc is any other last minute tips on how to not waste and to be more sustainable anything. We didn't cover that you want to. I mean I do think that you should realize how Sheikh you are by being sustainable. Oh thank you. I agree with that. We're all capable of doing it. Yes every day every day and if you screw up one day you have another you. Have you have the next minute so this is an ongoing process that you could be successful? I love that. Thank you for being here. So you motivating. Now we want to change it up for us. Ladies Gentlemen everybody listening. Just be mindful because this is our planet and we're not going to get another one so we gotta take care of it. It's the most important thing and leave it. Amazing for our future absolutely wrong and always remember you. Sit with us. Thanks for listening to ladies like us from the League and podcast delayed again that is produced by will sterling. Steve delegator I woodward Elizabeth fake pigs for rating and reviewing wherever you get your podcast and tune in for new episodes every single week.

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SUNSHINE w/ Brad Silnutzer

Bad Science

1:09:34 hr | 1 year ago

SUNSHINE w/ Brad Silnutzer

"If you know me, you know, I love learning, and you know, that I hate traveling in a car and parking. And I don't like big buildings that make me feel small, and I don't like having to raise my hand every time I have to go to the bathroom or ask a question, which is why I'm delighted that support for bad signs comes from Oregon state, university campus. Do you wanna take the fast track to your career in computing? You can earn your computer science degree one hundred percent online from Oregon state and tap into unlimited career possibilities in any field. So do the right thing. And learn more about it at e campus dot, Oregon, state dot EDU slash bad. Other Mr. pin bekker's that right? That's right back. And of course, sorry, I'd we are looking for captain for this new project ignorance one, and we think you might be good fit. You know, much about the project. I have heard a broad strokes. I knew that are sodas dying. And you want to send somebody to go re-ignite the sun. And I just want to say, I am fully prepared. And I would love to do it. My tire family has mind support they've been pilots and researchers and I'm very excited to cool. Well, we just wanna make sure that you you know, will have the right criteria for for being on this very dangerous trip. What do you think about the danger of your your life? You might not make it back. And we want to see if you and your family prepared for that. I can tell you. I am prepared to die for this. The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few and especially the needs of the war to quote spark. And I really think that in mind, my sacrifice will be worth, plus I'll hopefully get to spend eternity with the sun are overlord. Yeah. Well, I mean, hopefully, not you hope. Yeah. Sure. Ideally, I come back, of course with the crew intact. But I'm just saying worst case scenario if I'm hanging out with a son for the rest of my life. That'll be at peace when you when you say hanging out with the sun. I mean, a real reality. You might be on a ship by yourself for decades. Would be too. I think as long as I have the sun's presence near me, then I'll be in a state of peace at of July. And and you know, we're all supposed to go to heaven at some point. So I have to go early or if the rest of the crew does that's what what what is your relationship with the sun? I feel like you have an interesting take on things what was son is the epicenter of life. It's the whole reason that we're all here alive. Think of it as my father, and my mother, I think those who don't hail the sun are incredibly wrong, and they will burn the. After. You see perfect. Did the movie get it, right? His or will we have to fight? Hi, everybody. Welcome to another episode of bad science. I'm eaten Edinburgh. And today, I'm joined by two absolutely lovely guest to talk about Danny Boyle's, two thousand seven film, sunshine. I I'll introduce them. Of course, a wonderful stand up comedian and writer and good friend of mine. I would say Brad summits are pretty I mean, we're friends. I mean, friends a qualifier we're five. Would you ask me for a ride to the airport? No. Yeah. So few I would feel rude about. Yeah. Just friends. Good frame the airport. Yeah. Or like, if I see you somewhere, and I don't really know anybody else, then it's like, oh, we're really good friends. It's all it's all relative all best friends at a party where both of us. Don't know anyone else. Yes. And speaking of relativity, we have here. A scientists systems engineer at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory Bob acc- for dose for those. I I did say it. Okay. For dozy. See once I get the doubt in my head. It's like it's nonstop, you know, right now, I I'm on the record as by SE, and while I worked at JPL or necessary precautions already I of course, I'm not representing their opinions about Danny Boyle's, sunshine. This is just my own. This is your personal opinions and the government. Presenting the NASA. I mean, that's why I brought in. Yeah. To that somebody's here doing well. What's your personal take on sunshine? I loved it. I mean, this is maybe the third time. I watched in preparation for this. And I enjoyed it. And I was thinking like there's a pretty good cast in here. You've got Danny Boyle's, a great director. Why didn't this movie makers? Yeah. I was talking to people being I've never heard of that movie. I know it's crazy because it was inbetween twenty eight days later his smash hit right in some dog millionaire his other smash hit you. But why wouldn't that would prove to me like more people would see? No, I know I ran out to see this because I love twenty eight days later so much. And what did you think you ran out sort of implies that like, maybe you were let okay, but no I meant run out of the theater. In anger because all the science was wrong. And that's necessary. Okay. I'll see you next time. Yeah. No. I thought it was good too. I had a great time watches. I hadn't seen it probably since then or I dunno around then. But this was my second time. Yeah. Watching it. But I greatly enjoyed it. I had a few issues which I'm sure we'll get into. But in general, I thought it was really fun movie. I had the same opinion that I had when I saw it originally. This is my second time seeing originally when I saw in two thousand seven in theaters that I had run to. Out of watching it. Yeah. It was very sweaty. I was all horned up the movie. Specific ain't Killian Murphy. He's a got beautiful is. Oh, let's by the way. We will take a second later talk about how both Kilian Murphy and Chris pine. Yup. Our uglier. Oh, chris. Chris evans. Yeah. Yeah. Ron chris. But Chris Evans are uglier in this movie than they normally are. Yeah, they wanted to which it seems scientifically accurate for space. Yeah. Yeah. Anyway. But my thought on this movie before we get into anything science is that eighty percent of it is a great movie. Okay. And then and then the last little bit. So to be clear we're talking about the I eighty percent. Yeah. Yeah. I'm on the same verse eighty percent. And then the dude shows up the the I'm the captain now. Old captain now feel comes at a dad that was a popular opinion online as well. A lot of people had this issue at the third act of the film where it it like it almost changes John Reid. I would say like suddenly becomes more of like a Stocker horror film. Right. So I don't know. How do you? Did it? Did it turn you off of the movie because it seems like we all got a positive reaction from the film still? So I still enjoy it. But I agree that I mean, I kind of at this point manage expectations, right? Where I am like, I know the last part is going to be like, all right? Well, yeah. That happens. You know, what bothered me this is a really weird particular thing. Maybe but he started doing those like out of focus shots a lot towards the end there. And I honestly I would maybe you'll lose focus in space. Right when gravity size with that. That's right signs there. Bam. See official Representative. Yeah. I thought I would be down with the whole like horror stocking guy. Chase thing if I could see most of it. But I just felt like I was dizzy or like nauseous watching some of it because it was like out of focus and like all these weird angles and stuff. So that that I don't know it kind of took me out of it. There were some weird. I mean, there's I thought they worked, but some of them were definitely weird choices like that. When they first enter a curse won the flashing like, right? That faces of jug. Honestly, I was like, oh how the first time. You see you're like, which is happened. Like was that intentional? Yes. Right. Yeah. Exactly. It's like the Dicks and. Yes. Yeah. I honestly I love that stuff by club dictates. But with people who had previously died that we hadn't met yet. And then he just kept fighting and until we really got it. Yeah. Now, do we assume people listen to the podcast of seeing the move Jerry unpopular? I think well first of all let me say, obviously, we're we're giving away some stuff already, but you should go watch this movie, I would recommend it sounds like you guys recommended to. It's a fun sci-fi movie. All the acting was great. I obviously we all have some issues with it seems like all the same part. But yeah. Thumbs. The and one schmuck. Thumbs up a plot review. Okay. So the sun it's not that the sun is dying. I I look this up, and I have a little don't they literally say monologue son is dying. That's very nice faith from the FOX logo. You the sun. That's true. Okay. At the star of the movie is right. That these sons intensity is much lower than I needed for earth to dying dying. And that's all that there is doing right? Okay. This is on its deathbed. So so wait. So it is. So we'd like it's going to burn a cooler or something center, but. I mean, well, what you're sort of effect effectively ret conning for those of us who watch them because that's definitely not in the movie right now is right. This implication that this stellar bomb that they have to deliver the sign will break up this whatever cube. All right and allow the sun to resume its normal rate of of assuming fusion there. Yeah. I think that makes sense. But so okay. Here's the go ahead. Is that the the sun's dying? They send scientists to save the son the second round. Second round premise Verney. Yeah. Mine earth for all of the leftover matter that could possibly make this bomb. That could reignite the sun yuppie made it very clear this is their last chance and these guys go off to space to re ignite the sun to save the human. Yes. Which sounds like when you explain the plot like that which is incredibly accurate. Great job. Brad. It's going to be this like action packed film. Like, a classic SCI fi. I don't know. More that in the core right shirt. But he's really not that it's really this like much more like delicate, I don't know like suspenseful acting foray into space, which I really liked you know, a lot of these movies. It's just you know, what happens wrong next, you know, just a bunch of things that they're trying to fix or save or whatever. And there are a few things. But in general, it's like a slow moving patient film, which I really dug, but they keep the suspense high from from the beginning. Yes, they're all all somehow fall in love with the sun that happens. They all love those that one guy who just loves some more than others for sure. Yeah. Yeah. They. There's a following eleven. Psychologist. But I just see it being mean, it's been worshipped as it. Right. I mean, I guess it doesn't make some sense that. Yeah. Some people would be susceptible to that. Yeah. What about you personally? Like 'cause I worship the sun. Yeah. I have not I have not partake in any sun worshipping. No never sacrifice some now. Keep I mean, I enjoy equinoxes. I'm like that's kind of cool like, you know, the Axial tilt of the earth is neat. But yeah, when I was in L M, Mr. scientists, oh when I was in elementary school. I was the kid who got in trouble during the eclipse for looking at the sun. Oh, no, it wouldn't let me out for the next thing. I had to be kept inside listeners. You should know he's wearing glasses and maybe correllated. Okay. This is all fashioned. There's not even. Oh, I forgot. Okay. There is actually a few scenes where they're looking at this on an and like messing with the percentage of sunlight that they're allowing inside. So I wanted your take on that. Because it's like the first scene in the movie, what's his name Cerro or something on the service on lover, Sarah. Yes. Son lover is more for me memorable name for him. So he's in there. And he's saying at a bull though. Yeah. That's true. Oh, sorry. No catch. So he he's in there. He's looking out. And he's saying like it, Chris he talks to the ship ship is culture as he said eager is I will be put this on at like four percent. And she says like four percent will be irreversible damage, but you can do three point one percent for thirty seconds. Right. And so he does that. And it's like a really intense scene. And so I just wanted your like take on like how does that? How would that affect us? If we were to take a part. I mean, I certainly can't speak to like the physical damage that of course, that would happen to your retinas and everything that's what they weren't in that movie. I suspect it I mean, mostly what struck me and that seen. What is it was a weird thing to put a window in a spaceship that has some mostly blocked the sun? Right. Like, oh, we're going to put this one point. Yes. Where son can get in. Yeah. It's a whole room dead. Yeah. Just to that. There's nothing else in the fucking room. Right. Yeah. I thought that was a surprise because you know, for most of the things that you need to block sound like heavy courts glass or whatever right to like, essentially, not let that much heat in. Yeah. I was it was a choice. But I guess I mean, it's obviously, it's it's a movie it's not a right to your practical. But I don't know. I mean, I'm assuming that they just had some ability like pixels or whatever right to block, more or less other son. Yeah. I really didn't. I loved the optics of it. And I could see why they use it as a plot device in them. But I couldn't help. But think logically like, why would you design a spaceship with this room? That's just to look out upon the sun, which you're not supposed to look at. Yeah. I would assume that there's like maybe just the. Right. Yeah. Yeah. But you know, I I mean, so there's a right. Of course, we do fly airplanes largely on sensor data today. We still have a cockpit for people to look out in the small windows. So it's not that you know there. There are I guess analogs even in the world today that would imply that maybe you do need a windowed room, but it wasn't a control room. It wasn't something where you're gonna I'm gonna joystick from this room in case. You know, I don't know we're coming up on the sun. And I realized that we're not over the coronal spot that I need to drop this stellar bomb. It was just sort of like a very much like a go and look at the sun room. Nice nice touch. It was second place for me to the my favorite room, which was the earth of VR Brown. Psych room. Yeah. That I thought was great. Yeah. They had a room where the the the psychiatric professional was the psychiatry. Yeah. The craziest guy this guy on the ship classic. Classic literary move making the guy the crazy guy. But yeah, there's this room that you could be prescribed in order to, you know, level yourself out, and it was a room that was VR room where you could just experience earth things. Yes. It was weird. Because you're you're absolutely right. Right. It was prescribed. But I was like why wouldn't you just go there? Like, why wouldn't you have an hour in there every day? Do you know why is it like your punishment is he's been an hour in this beautiful place that can simulate forests and there's also a little on the nose. It's like, oh people are losing their humanity. Let's prescribe them literal humanity. Yeah. Now, I like I did like it though. Also, I was imagining watching porn in that room. Did not cross my mind. Okay. Yeah. No mine either. Just heading you read that from some optimists blogger. Exactly. Yeah. Nobody would I feel like reinforced people get into fights. Because why would you not want to spend time in that room? It's so cool and run as you earth. It's like, well if I punch his guy in the face, I get two hours in the room and the earth room watching waves hit. Yeah. Yeah. Women pretty pretty sergeant Istiklal bigger. Okay. So they have so many by the way like random things that I wrote down. Science news time anytime spaceship was there. Any good reason why the ship needed to be manned because if you get something on basically, the correct trajectory it's baseball and just keep going in that direction unless something physically hits it. So there there's a there's a trick. You cannot really point things at the sun and just shoot, right? Just because of orbital mechanics, right? We're talking about that the other day. No. We don't have to go over here. But I think the the the truth is as much as an obviously had a very intelligent computer system. But so much of that kind of stuff does require all you see them actually doing a little bit of maintenance work. Right. So even if I you know, you could automated fair amount of it. But I think there's always that room for error, and like did you design all the right systems correctly? And do you not want some logic in the loop some ability to override, although again, the computer does take over many times, which you know, and that's a balanced we we play in in real space light as well. Like, what's the balance between trusting humans to do job versus an automated system that can make reactions in microseconds, not seconds. So I think it did make sense if this is your last or, you know, you're only two opportunities to restart the son that you'd wanna largely automated system, but you would want humans still present there. I think. Yeah. Well, that was a big a big question the movie that was how much do you trust, human, intuition and human intelligence? Even decision-making versus the intelligence of a computer, right because they had to decide whether or not they were going to so big platform in the movie for those of you who may be seen it or those who need a little reminder is that when they're on their way, they're gonna make this on they have everything they need. But they have a chance to go onto it. Chris won the spaceship that they that had not previously made it, right? And for whatever reason they see that ship, and they have a chance to go potentially get a second payload. Right. And that that's a big thing. It's like do you do it or do you not? Yeah. And that's, but that's the kind of question you cannot trust an automated system right to to do it would be very hard to program on the fly. So that I mean, that's the right. The inherent weakness, of course of automated systems, they are not really dynamic meaning that you program the do a job. And if you're programming was wrong or you need to adjust it entirely like let's go to a different place. It's non trivial, whereas the human, right? Can maybe at some risk. And in fact, the movie shows that they they made mistakes and the calculations. But right. I mean that they could make that adjustment in in real time. Yeah. So what how would you like because they didn't really explain how they were probing the sun. So you were talking about Auburn mechanics, which we know all about right, but just in case. But just for some reason I have never heard that word before let's say, theoretically, an eleven year old does this, and he didn't know about over mechanic, right? How would you approach the sun? How do you like design that route? So yeah, I mean, we actually there was a great example of it now with Parker solar pro which is this this mission that is investigating the sun. And you have to remember when you leave earth, you're sort of going in the same direction as earthrights earth has a momentum, and whereas you leave earth, and you're going to go in a circle around the sun. So you can't just turn and start aiming in. Whereas because you're your momentum is actually going to carry you out right in the same path and then the gravity. That's also pulling you in from the sun, it's going to curve your thing. So you basically do a circle around the sun. So you want to do is actually slow down a little bit as you slow down. What you're doing is. You're still going insane direction as earth, but the gravity, right? If you think of the two angles right angle one going straight out in one going towards the sun. Now, the the size. That's pulling you in his a little bit more than the one. That's kind of keeping you going straighten Sarkar straight slash inner circle. And so you start falling in towards the sun. And so the more you can slow down the more you can sort of fall in towards the sun. And that's kind of the way you would do it, right? Like trying to aim straight towards the someone actually required tremendous amount of fuel. But if you basically just decelerate and slow down, which is actively Parker solar probe did is left the earth. And then, of course, announcing fly bys of Venus, and and to slow down more, but it basically just trying to lose energy so keeps falling in towards the side. And so you're going to of end up at some level looking like, you're traveling as a as a circle going from the big circle of earth towards a very small circle kind of right at the sun. And this Parker solar probe Parker solar probe. This is a recent. I have not heard of that. Yeah. Launched last year. Okay. And they it's going to be going on until twenty twenty-five. But each time it gets a little closer to the sun its final. I think approach the sun is about four and a half sold. Radii from the surf sorry four and a half solar diameters from service. So right. If you imagine the sun, and what you'll do is you could magin it's only going to be four and a half sons away from the the the surface of the Senate. It's a well into the the area. Of course, where the sons influences dominate the corona. But it's I mean, it's going to measure Solar Winds flair. It's right. So actually Parker. Eugene Parker is the person who coined the term Solar Winds. Oh, okay. And so it was named after him. Well, he still alive. He was there at the lunch. But yeah, so it measures all these sort of effects that are going on with this. This all these properties of the corona and the and the solar magnetic fields and everything else. And the idea is to understand, you know, how to model that better. It helps us here on earth, of course, because we still see some of the impacts of it satellites that are subject to the solar flares and things like that. But it's it's it's incentives initially scientific, and then of course, we'll learn how to take that science and apply it to like things that we do here. But yeah. So they have a. I mean in some ways a lot since we're on the subject, very similar to the sunshine space got right? You have this big shield and their case is reflected with a more of a white surface. A kind of there's a carbon shield between remember how many feet of carbon? And that's keeping right. The son of the surface. There is going to get to. I think thousands of degrees. But the back state side says in the high double digits, so you're you know, you can keep your like onyx nice in relatively cool. But you know, you're rejecting most of the heat from the front so very similar to the sunshines based creditors. So that was going to be one of my main questions is like how does certain Terio react to being close to the sun. Because it seemed you know, I was watching just thinking like any material is going to just burn up. I mean, I don't know what Venus and mercury are made of. I'm sure you do rob a bunch of wrong. Yeah. So I guess it's like, oh do we leading theory to rocks? So we were similar so yeah, I guess we have certain stuff that this shield is made of that can get really. So it's it, you know, here's the thing about the when you're in space you have to remember, you're not an oven. Right. There's not air all around you that's super heated and therefore warming you from all sides. Okay. What you're seeing is like if you mentioned standing next to a fire, right? You know, you go to have a bonfire whatever you feel that kind of that warmth on the side of the fire. So most of the heat is shooting straight out the top. But some of it is sort of radiating towards you on the side. Right. You feel your Japan's get warm or whatever. Yeah. And the same thing is happening in space. So because there's not really atmosphere out there decide that's facing. The sun is getting pretty warm and the side that's facing the black of space is actually getting pretty cold. And so you play this trick of trying to manage it. So that you don't heat up too, much even earth orbit. You're having jury how that issue so for astronauts, right? They have to be afraid that they have to be afraid of sitting in the sun for too long. They need air conditioning units. Right. Conversely, if you're in the shade, you then need to make sure that. While your body will do a pretty good job of keeping you warm for awhile laced, but you have this thorough management. So like you'll see radiators on the backsides of spacecraft's. It'll get hot on one side or the computers and these radiators in the back are actually just trying to dump heat out towards the black of space. And so the same thing, you know, this Parker solar probe or the the two vehicles. You'd have a frontside that's getting very hot. But for the most part, it's not really transferring heat backwards. So it's just like think of it as big shade. Right. Right. And then if you paint the back of that black as opposed to, you know, silver from the front the black can radiate heat towards just the big darkness of space, but it's a balancing act, your that stuff was realistic when they were outside of the spacecraft, and they were fixing panels or something so yeah, I what I the only part that. I couldn't quite understand why you would put all these panels in, and my my guess was they thought that if you could, you know, and I have to really think about this at like, what would I do if I were designing spacecraft, and my guess is that if you can kind of angle the the pain. Will be more flat on son. You have these ability to sort of shoot. Now lose out of the side of the right underneath the panels. Otherwise, I would just you know, the way we would normally do this. It's just build a single solid object that that big no moving parts because moving parts can fail. That's always you're in fact, they do so why why introduces potential failure that doesn't need to exist unless Ed failed, and that's right. Yeah. But the movie does a good job. I actually was I was fairly impressed with how often they approach possible failure scenarios and actually have thought about it. Right. It doesn't just sort of skip over it doesn't sort of treat them as don't worry. Some, you know, magic happens in fixes it. Let seem like they were they were thought out. Yeah. I mean, it's good to hear you say that can I ask you in general, how you felt about the science of the movie like because I imagine as the level of science joined the type of science that you you do that you watch space movie and often like how does this compare to other ones and doesn't normally drive you crazy? And it's a it's a hit or miss. I think you know, if movies aren't. Internally consistent. I'm actually pretty good with them. So like, the Star Trek Star Wars stuff usually fine with because I sort of accept the the, you know, the upfront the rules that they're going to establish occasionally, they'll just introduce new devices to save the day or to cause a problem, and that that usually causes more more of an issue than you know, getting science wrong. I don't expect every movie like I s- sounds in space. Right. It'll be really boring if everything was just absolutely silent the whole time about the sound in this like, gravity, for example, as far as that movie was did a great job of doing sound design with you know, you when you exited in air, you know, hatch, or whatever all of a sudden just go very quiet, which would it was very powerful in that regard. I'm doing it. So there's there's always to use the science to your advantage. Yeah. But yeah, I want to hear lasers go Pugh. Today's I don't want to be like, oh, just like the lights shining on each other. Like, that's not very exciting. Yeah. No the sound. I like a lot of the sounds of the movie action. Yeah. Into this million bothered me. I, you know, I can't speak to the psychology of what happens to people. Well in prolonged small groups, and you know, things like that. So that that part I didn't really bother me as much I otherwise, I thought the movie did a lot right? I was I was actually I, you know, watching it sort of with that critique in mind, would you know specifically for for today? I I was like, I'm I'm pretty impressed. They they seem to to know what they were doing more often and didn't really introduced too much just for the sake of plotters story. Yeah. What about the part with the dude? We're Chris Evans. Yes. That's the right Chris. Yeah. Is like they they propel them from one spaceship to the other. Oh, yeah. By our spacecraft to the other by opening the door, and he's awfully wrapped in insulation. The I mean if it's a short term, right. You have. So when you think about when you open these doors, you're not getting sucked out as much as the air behind you sort of just going to push you out. Right. And so you're effectively getting like a big spring push. And if you can aim it, well, you can get to the right place. And if it's a very short term, right. You're not gonna freeze to death or die. You probably end up with a lot of the same issues that like people coming out of a rising too quickly the bands, right? You probably end up with more issues like that than you do with. Oh. Oh, I'm going to I'm going to have partially frozen limbs and things like that. Because short period, right? Your skin will maybe freeze at the surface, but below that surface frost. Yeah. But I mean, it's going to be serve service in as quickly as freezes unless it prolongs, it's not gonna keep freezing lower and deeper into the tissue. What happened to Harvey? Basically got frozen. And then like, you seem like fifteen twenty seconds later hit that pole, and then just shattered to pieces and just for fun. We're just gonna shatter him. I've, you know, I always feel like I should at some point thing about the math. And I don't know how quickly people freeze, and like how long some of these things take that movies. Obviously take liberties with back on. And I don't think it should like I don't get mad now. Movie about a stand up comic. And they make it six months before they're supposed like time doesn't it back? Yeah. Yeah. I don't care about time. Yeah. Yeah. And it was except in. What's the lady Gaga one? A star is born really bugged me that I haven't seen haven't seen it either quick assented a certain point. I'm just like I don't fly. It takes years develop. Your voice hasn't hardest. The other thing that bothered me. I was curious on your take was that in their space. Suits, those big gold Nomi looking space. They had a very thin line of vision. Yeah. What how'd you feel about that? I thought that actually made some sense, right? I mean, if you well you need you'll you'll need some visual visuals to operate in to work outside the spacecraft. Yep. And I'm, you know, my guess is always that whatever he and things you're letting him through glass, or I'm assuming court, so whatever material they made that kind of a piece out of it has to be pretty minimal, right? Like, you can't af-. Ford a lot of heat because you're trying to keep yourself actively. Cool. Right. I mean, they're sweating profusely inside there you see him taking sips of water. Right. So I'm guessing that you know, you can't make a great body because you're gonna start heating up. There's no way for you to lose heat that fast because there's no way for you know, as I turned my body. I can't radiate heat constantly, so okay. It was a it's always I mean that looks like a very short term solution. But assuming they had to go out and quickly work on something. At least it gives them some hand eye coordination. I don't know maybe with training. I could use like if someone just put a camera thing in front of me, I can operate my own hands. Yeah. It's a possibility. I mean, you could put but cameras still need some glass. Right. So why I introduced that one extra thing that could fail. I was thinking about the sun room have all this glass. Yeah, style like, oh, why not make that same material into most of their face? I would have to -ssume that sun room has like, you know, either, Hugh, again, we're sort of ret conning this point. But maybe some power demand to filter that much sun right in a way that as you absorb that extra heat from the sun you have a way of. Depicting it somewhere else right with the spacecraft would have, but a small relatively small suit won't have definitely like in this movie taking a few leaves that basically like Tony stark exists in his create Chris complete. But let's let's I mean, if you were the last option of earth, you don't think that humanity. Could I think humanity would bond one hundred percent to make something like this happen? Yeah. So that's the optimism. You know? The program. Yes. That level of artificial intelligence in a computer program that can communicate with humans so efficiently. Yeah. Yeah. So what I'm saying? Is you believe that that exists like the second you put that same technology into the you're basically watching ironman true, right? Yeah. That's fair. Yeah. Although I will say that whole thing when he's like realizing he's like talking to Chris and she's telling him like there's a fifth person on board. That was that was a great moment. But why wait to tell him that until that moment, I feel like as soon as you recognize as a computer that there's an unknown person aboard this ship. Wouldn't you tell everybody the computer know who the people were onboard? Yeah, it was. It said it said everybody. Yeah. Because in that moment Peter named everybody. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I know news like, yeah. What wait a minute. Who is that? There wasn't any. I thought they did a good job because there wasn't any history in the movie of the computers randomly being like oh. And you should probably know this. It was only asking the computer question. Yeah. That happened. You write another time. When the when the fire was was going down in the oxygen tank with the plan. They've if the computer is very coli about the whole thing telling them like like, oh there, you might have to you know, maneuver this way. And they're like what y and they're like, oh, there's a huge fire going on oxygen garden. What start with a computer? I didn't think about you guys the accident. Yeah. Yeah. I guess I mean, they're definitely wear some choices in how the, you know, the sort of opted to share information that probably makes sense from a plot perspective to it some drama, but I was gonna say, yeah, the drama that is great. Would we tend? I mean like, you know, thinking back to our experiences. And of course, we we do have to build an autonomy to a lot of the spacecraft's pretty with the robotic spacecraft because they go so far that you know, the the time between community. Nations starts like you see this in a little bit the movie where they talk about how long the signals going to take to get out because it's going to bounce off the moon or whatever which is minutes. It's on the order of minutes from the sun. That's you know, anywhere from eight minutes or so away. When you start going out to outer planets, you get long or things so but this may have to sort of take care of themselves for a little bit. But we also then get data on earth and figure out what's going on. So this phase tends to only tell us like the high priority thing. So where it's kinda like chatty are really when things are going wrong. Right. So it does it does make sense on the one hand that it wouldn't constantly inform. You of these low level issues like an extra person, but the? I mean, also, I did see him detach. The two ships for what I told you that. Exactly. Maybe. He's made maybe just killed two men, but really doesn't have skin anymore. That's kind of weird. Yeah. It was easy for me to judge. But also, this speaking of the communication, there was a really funny, which I didn't even think about the first time I watched the movie, but when he's sending his message back home like in the video recording the background is like crazy. It rains shit that felt so dated. He felt like the original like backgrounds when you could face time. That's right. Why why wouldn't you just be like a gray background? I yeah, why not shoot the normal background? Right. Like it was. I if my friend went to space, and and sent me a message back, I would I would love to see this patient, right? Why would you think that seems like a joke? If you got your friend, you'd be like, okay. I get it. You're you know, technologically advanced on a spaceship right over it. Okay. So I again, I I there's so much here that I have I have the the what I don't know what that's base would be made out of gold material. That's like protecting them from the heat. I guess that's what they were implying got this rocks. Right. Right. Moving on. Yeah. Right now. I mean, so the reason you use gold or why the ship is goal, right? It's you're trying I reflect light. So the main thing that you're really so. Right. You once you start absorbing light? If I delay if you're black surface versus a white surface. Once you start absorbing it. You have to then lose it to something else. So as much as you can reflect light it's to your advantage. And so that's why you see these reflective or a lot of space craft are gold or silver blankets or are painted whiten on one side so things like that can help you avoid getting right to taking on the heat to begin with. So you're. First line defenses has actively reflected away from you. The second line is once you've would you're going to have to take some he then try to dump it somewhere. Like that's not seeing hot. Right. So if we look at a cold thing to lose heat, but try to reflect back as much of a hot thing that makes sense because it's like less effort if it just immediately reflects that's right mechanism to remove. I mean, really, I mean, if you think about your warm like, you know, car seat or whatever on a on a day. I mean, it's the exact same thing. Which is once it absorbs the heat, it's it's going to get very warm, but if you put your sunshield up on your front window, and it never ceased direct sun your seats gonna stay much colder rights, not the not the air in the car. That's heating up the seat. It's actually the the sun's light. Yeah. So don't worry about it. Looking goofy guys go out and get these reflective, sewn panels. Okay. So also, you know, emergency blankets are the same thing. Right. Like those reflect they're actually those emergency billions are so thin. They're not actually protecting. You're not like your down jacket. That's you know, insulating. You there only reflecting back the infrared from your body towards you. And so there. Just bouncing, you know, kind of wavelengths back out you to keep you kind of warm, which is then better than of course, you know, just touching the ground and losing all your heating. So it's that's their motivation. Okay. That makes sense. All right. We're gonna take a quick break. And we'll be right back. Do you enjoy bad science? Boy, I hope you do. Anyway, if you do then you'll love watching focal point on Amazon prime video you can download the prime video app on your apple or Roku TV or just go to prime video dot com on your browser and search for focal point focal point is a docu series. That will take you to amazing places and curious people who are helping change the way we see and perceive our planet our universe and beyond focal point is now streaming on Amazon prime video. Break is over. Here we go back to the outside. It's there's a line. He says that they're going towards the coronal hole in the south polar cap of the sun. Now, keep talking dirty. Mm interested in your coronal hole. Did did that make sense is that where you I'm certainly not a solar expert. I do know that the son like us has right. These has to polls and does have a magnetic field. And they very well. Maybe that that, you know, there are areas in which it's easier like you, you know, have less of a surface layer. So that could damage a bomb on the way out. I'm not. Yeah. That's beyond my area of expertise. What is your area of expertise? Did you say this or do they know Blaby engineer? Yeah. So I work on spacecraft and the engineering side, mostly, and the domain that I work on the most is actually fall protection autonomy, which is how do we kind of Emburey spacecraft with the ability to take care of themselves and Tana mislead do actions that are needed either to to get back in touch with us to let us do more of the fixing or to establish kind of a safe state onboard the spacecraft. So it's like you're raising a child and that child is like, and you want the child to be self sufficient a little bit. Yeah. Exactly. Or in this case? I'd be the person working probably on the array like IB the guy on earth who's just like. Okay. Needs to be able to think about if you tilt the angle this much, you're gonna see damage therefore, don't let them till the angle that much or you know, if you how as a guy it'd being like, maybe these panels are a bad idea because the right way to involve potential human though. Right. I mean like that is exactly what it. My job is on real spacecraft is to look at the parts and be like, well, you either want redundancy like you want to layers or you wanted to you know, to double down on some of these things like computers. So that in case one fails you've got back up, right? Because the thing that was insane in that movie is like essentially, the argument that they are making it one of these hundreds of panels fails, we're fucked right, right? So I I know I don't fucking. He's a bad boy of science Dr. But yeah. But seriously, it felt like that felt like a thing that would not have been allowed to exist. Right. And I mean, but the humans then chose like let's try to go for redundancy. Let's pick up acre wrist one because it improves our odds right doing something. So you selectively make those choices, but you try to make choices that won't add more ways of failing like moving parts. Yeah. Well, do you in some way? Then do you empathize with the character? I know you're doing this here and like trying to create it before the spacecraft goes off. But there was the character who had made a miscalculation that Dan affected the whole mission. Yes. Sure. Of course, we'd have that fear. I mean, I yeah. I know you're not doing this. A good chunk of my motivation. And that was the weird actually in the movie that no one was double checking his that. Nobody else on board was capable of like looking at his math and being like up. Right. You made say e- double check to gerbil check to. Yeah. I mean, that's not. Yeah. That's not how it works here at least. But I I get that. They have fewer people, and maybe they're all too busy. But I yeah. I I mean, I do some of that is because at some level I do live in fear that and not just in my job. But you know, any of the jobs that I've held overtime working on spacecraft that like it's going to be my mistakes that somehow costs us, you know, the mission, right? That like, and it's not the word about human lives and other worry about saving the planet and in my case, but it's still oh, I worked with hundreds of people for an, you know, eight ten years on this project. I don't want to be the one who ruins it for hundreds of people, and you know, maybe potentially like, right? We lose jobs or do other things too. So, but that's also why you have this double check and triple check externally, right? Like, I do my. Here's what my design should be. Someone's like have you thought of this and? They should have been like, hey, did you think about, you know, the angle of approach to the sun and how that's going to change. Yeah. Yeah. People checking your work. So. Yeah. All on you. Yeah. It was also weird to me that they just let them do it by himself. They were like we're all going to go to bed, you go ahead and do this daring maneuver on your own, right? And then the alarms are like. Oh terribly wrong. Yeah. Yeah. I forgot about the shield part. Like, I don't know. Maybe to tell us you're doing it. Not just go through a checklist talk about it. Yeah. I have a couple of fun son questions that I was hoping you would try and guess advanced to allow now I'm gonna I already told you guys I was dumb. So let's prove it. So the sun alone contains what percentage of the total mass of the solar system who. Don't answer. I guess, but let's suppose there. Oh. More time. The the the sun alone contains what percentage of the total mass of the solar system. I don't even have a frame of reference the solar system. And that's okay. Yes. I noticed solar system is when our sources, yes, it is the son is how much of that percentage. Yes. Of the mass, right? Big percentage. Sixty seventy eight ninety five percent. Just no. No, no, no. I'm going. I'm going eighty seven percent. Okay. And I'm going to ninety eight percent. Yeah. He's closer. What you said. No what I said. No, I said higher. It's ninety nine point eight percent ninety nine point eight. There's no way to prove this. Immeasurable? That was stunning fact, I couldn't believe that to be true. So what you're talking about is if you took everything and you collapsed, right? Just like think of the atom with the electron orbiting which is what you think about. Obviously Joe morning. Yeah. Bore you were so wrong. But if you write if you collapsed, essentially, the entire solar system, it would basically be a very tiny ball. And then the sun RA that makes. Yeah. A lot of setting. Yeah. Okay. I didn't think about the whole the mass part because I'm an idiot. Okay. So here's the other question for you read, how many earth's can fit inside the sun. Well, obviously, it is infinite because. Time is a contract. Die some day. And I'm just gonna die a little bit stupider than I wanted to because I didn't read enough anyway. So I can't read. Okay. How many earth can fit inside the sun? Are we talking? Simon. I'm not going to tell you any answers. I'm going to say what with the information. I just got that. Does that big clue? Yeah. I'm going to say, I don't have my calculator with me. I'm going to say five hundred thousand okay. It seems like I guess I go the mil- a million a million is correct. Yeah. What I wanted to be half. Right. I mean, I order magnitude. That's yeah. Yes. Pretty you're pretty close. Brad. You did a great. I think you just nailed it. I think I did. I did do it's says here the sun is almost a perfect sphere. And that it's the closest thing to a perfect spear of served in nature. Did you know that I did not know that I didn't know that either. I mean, that's no surprise to anybody. But no, I found that fascinating. I thought that was really crazy and strange, and why are like not other planets. Perfect spheres, or are they weird shape rocks? I think most of I mean, if you have enough gravity, you you generally, pull your shell self into the shape of us fear. Right. So that's one of the defining characteristics of of planets or larger bodies is that a lot of the asteroid belt is just kind of chunks of rock, and then some of them when they get enough mass, right? The gravity starts pulling all the things, and it makes it kind of form into the ball shape. Okay. But it's imperfect, and I I'm assuming that sun either because it's gashes or just so massive that it really has the ability to overcome any sort of minor differences between they're like the various areas of it and caused it to still be very fearful. Okay. Also do feel like there's a fun fat jokes somewhere in here. I can't find it yet. Something about the mass and this fear. Wait, give me a few days. Give me a few day takes a lot of you know, have to go through the whole process. The sun is currently a yellow dwarf star. I was wondering if you knew the different of qualifications that now. I mean, I yeah, there's red door, right? Yeah. Then there's I mean those largest ours. I as far as I recall, our son is like a fairly close to average star. But I don't know a lot of the details compared to okay the other stars. And what makes them special that makes sense? Oh, I have a game here. Do you wanna play a quick game? Yeah. I would love to have time for that. I feel like there's a lot. But if we both said, no, I get it. It. Yeah. Let's play a game. And then I wanna talk a little bit about solar energy as well. As you guys know about that. But this game is called spot the sun. Spots by the sun. And it has nothing to do with science. So game is more for Brad. Again. It's about. It's about famous dads and famous sons there's. So here we go. Hi, this is more of a speed game. Okay. Where we can say it faster win each round. Okay. Yes. So I want you to name just just to be clear here, the father and the son. Okay. Okay. This son is taking after his pops with songs like plastic and acting in films such as after earth, the karate kid and the pursuit of happiness Will Smith and Jaden Smith. That is correct. It's nice and the genius. Speaking of genius. Have you seen Smith as the genie in the new trailer? Yes. Okay. I won't cousin choice sizes back zones choice. Choice strong. Imagine the genie is gaseous. Why is he a rip back? I don't know. It looked face slopped in the original like from the original you want to remind it really reminded me of do you. Remember like the mummy when they put the the rock Johnson being. Yes, that's kind of what I if I one. You know, what no one like that? So shit move there. No fence whoever made that. Okay. This talented Canadian played Dr Jason Seaver on the sitcom growing pains and his son saying the number one hit blurred Allen, Robin fix. Hey, we're wanting one I think you were just holding off. Actually, you're like making eye contact me. Like is he gonna say very kind of thank you. Well, what a friendly game here today. All right. This Brooklyn native is known for his role as Frank Costanza on Seinfeld and his sons movies have grossed more than two point six billion Stiller in Ben Stiller is correct. His name for this dad is nicknamed America's dad and is mostly known for his role in cloud. Atlas and his son was fantastic in the first season of Fargo, Tom Hanks and Colin Hanks. Yes, that is correct. The hanks. Yeah. Thanks. Thanks known. Okay. This son played his father in straight outta Compton. Oh, the cubes you. Yes. I'll take. Well. Ice cube. And what's this kid's NATO shave O'Shea cube? And O'Shea cube junior. Okay. Last one this singer songwriter is known for classics such as like a Rolling Stone. And the times they are changing and his son is in a band. Jacob Dylan and Bob Dylan. Yes, all flower wallflowers the name of the band. That's one of the first ones I ever. But. Wow. Really great one won two Grammys from what I recall. Oh. So we've come a long way. All right. Really? I'll take care. We'll do a cover release during the credits of this some extra download his contract who supports on patriotic. I just wanted to make a quick note here about the dust which made me kind of paranoid. You know? And they go in one and he says, it's like human skin is the dust. So that's pretty ridiculous. I was worried about that. But it says here that he says that eighty percent of the dust being human skin is an urban myth and that common household dust on earth is composed of many different things, and none of them individually account for anything close to eighty percents and the whole crew there was dead. So that they wouldn't be making new skin. So right. So the duck also they felt like far more dust in volume than there would have been humans and volume like there was not that much humans on board degree that much. Yeah. Rates with a greater they would create one. It'd be a pretty big pilot one file of cover rooms. No, no. It was all over the place. Okay. So I wanted to ask also about the ice age and something called the little ice age. Do you know about you? No, okay. I I don't know if it even relates to the sun burning less some people have claimed that there's a correlation to periods of time where the sun isn't like burning as strong, and that we feel the effects on earth. I don't know. It's it's supposedly a debatable issue. Okay. But, but what do you think then I guess my question is like was the ice age correlated to anything with the sun? Or is that just like something the earth was going seems more likely to me that its earth related and not so much related, but. Change ordeal. Yeah. Because I can't imagine the sun's variances so great that that the temperatures are going through that largest wing got you as we saw in the movie there towards the end where Sydney's all freezing. 'cause I mean that makes more sense or day after tomorrow, right? Greatness perfectly. I fell in love with me Rassam. Sure. She was. I understand you do and house love interest. And then she was on shameless. And you're still unloaded still in love with their party. Wants is not. She didn't talking about. Wasn't mutual say like you didn't see me around town. Maybe she didn't know how you felt now listen to the podcast, and then she'll write you, dear ME. Do you want? You know, you. Okay. So yeah, solar power is the most abundant energy source on earth. And I it says solar energy hitting the earth. There's like enough it every hour to meet all of humanity's power needs for entire year. And so we're moving towards solar energy. Now. Do you think we're moving there fast enough? Can we be doing more should more people, get solar panels? How what's your take on it? I mean, I think it's I think we we we should definitely be striving for more. It's it is a free source of energy panels. As Gray's Aaron I think that's the best solution. We have today there. They have their own inefficiencies. I mean, you're capturing I think twenty ish percent twenty five percent of the the actual power. That's coming in from the sun. And they have, you know, manufacturing them, isn't trivial. But that's you know, in terms of what we're looking at compared to the other options that were here on earth. I think it's one of the best options we have okay on. There's plenty of power. There's all these, you know, kind of wild schemes, of course, like could you beam power from orb? Like, create large orbital platforms reflect power into the things like that. Okay. That's I mean with with the, you know, the movie specifically, of course, you have you know, as you get closer the the intensity goes up. It's it's you know, it's proportional to this the square of the distance so going right twice as far from earth means that you only get a quarter of the power and going a little, you know, halfway between earth. And the sun means, you know, you're getting four times the the power. So it's, you know, if you think about like, Chris, they would have an abundance of solar power and our context. But I I mean, earth wise, it's yeah, we get a lot. It's I can't remember how many watts per square meter, but he'll you can generate a fair amount of power. And he starts seeing like, I think you've fly across the country. Start seeing some of the cool solar facilities are building up. The concentrator one's always a little scary. But cool to me where they have all the mirrors point towards the the the center thing, we're just gonna burn things. Great to cook. I made when the solar ovens when I was a kid. I never build one. You basically put a bunch of mirrors. He like aiming into a box you try to insulate the box. And then you try to like, basically, you're just using son. Yeah cooking. Yeah. Yeah. I mean to like forty minutes to cook like one tiny thing there. But I mean, so. Yeah. Just using the sun's rays. Yeah. You can buy them out. And I was on now to if you want to build your own, I think, we'll probably not very effective. Just search that guys on Amazon solar boxer solar oven. Right. That's what I meant. Yeah. For sure. So. Yeah. I mean, I I read that this. They there was like a disaster in Puerto Rico with the hurricane and that tesla went over there, and they were able to very quickly make solar power. And and, you know, you know, get energy and help a bunch of people like that. So I thought that was like fascinating. And that might be a solution for, you know, third world issues that they can just harness solar energy. No, it's a great. I mean, it's makes one of the nice things about solar compared to like, you can even larger plants and even if they're cleaned, right? They take a huge amount of infrastructure to build like a nuclear plants, or even coal plants, everything they were not you can't do that on a micro scale. And the nice thing about solar is that you can put down a, you know, a panel and a battery and effectively Amelie power. And then you have another one right next to it, and you can get more power. And of course, the concentrator is do require an actual commitment to have a center tower on the air. On the air. But all the small ones like you're talking about you know, I can put on my roof here. I can put it on top of a parking garage over there. Right. It's really easy to do it at a small scale. That's still pretty economical, especially as the cost of the other, you know, resources goes up. And so that you're right. You can go to Puerto Rico, and you as soon as you put the first one down, it's generating power at that moment. Right. And you crazy. Yeah. So what's the is? Are there cons to solar energy? And we why not, you know, press the accelerator here. I think the, you know, honestly with almost all these technologies the end of the day. It's is it cheaper. Does it become cheaper at some point than, you know, doing natural gas or coal or things like that Jeep it's so that is one of the reasons why you've seen an explosion of solar power is because it's finally become cost competitive with those things. Right. And if you incentivize it, right? As a as a government, you know, which which we're starting to see some of then you you really do bring it down to the same ranges. Why does again it doesn't require upfront cost compared to? Like someone like me who is can pull a cable to my house right versus I have to install a, you know, a twenty K solar panel. It's still difficult to have that upfront money, but that's a great place for governments to be like, oh, have you know, solar loans. Right. And when you there are. Yeah. So that's that's right. So I mean, that's the kind of thing that you can really bring it down. So like, okay. Well, I'll pay off his loan because I'm going to be saving, you know. Twenty bucks a month on my electricity Bill from doing this. So I I'm all for future guy. Yeah. And you see a lot of doing it. Yeah. I think it depends. Like right now varies state by state right in the US has certain states. Do you have solar subsidies? Right. But it also a lot of that has to do with states where there aren't as many vested oil interests in there aren't as many like if really a lot of this comes down to just who's giving money to. Yeah. And yeah, it's all the economics behind it. Right. Well, California's leading the way we are like heavily in front by any other state, which is very cool. But I think China is like pudding the US to shame. Yeah. Or solar energy is concerned. I mean, it's I mean, that's one of the advantages of having essentially. As a political system. Like that is that you can tell the whole country to do something. Right. It's not a not really that much of a choice. The government says we're going to we're going to do this across the board, and it gets done which I mean, I'm not advocating for that government system. But but it is certainly has its advantages. I think we can do it in the United States just got to convince people in California's is trying to legislate more of it. And that has its own problems, of course, because you know, people I want to buy my first house. But now, they're all new houses have to have solar the adds another twenty K or thirty K the house. Exactly, it's tough on you like, so you wanna make sure that those rules don't make it such that, you know, it's a insurmountable burden or or maybe right who. Yeah. Because like the initial infrastructure, right? Adding all of that. And then there's like, you know, if you just get a bunch of panels, and it's like, an it's an it's like individuals have them, then it's like, okay. Then you need the place to store the power, and it's actually can be a real challenge for, you know, the large institutions, so like the, you know, like the. The PG, and he's and all the, you know, the electric companies they're not really if everybody start generating their own power, right? They would go out of business very quickly. And they would not be able to provide the power for the people who could not afford solar. So there is a what you know. Essentially, what you have is what I call a systems engineering problem, which is look at the big system, you wanna slowly move into the solar infrastructure. But in the meantime, since not everybody can come immediately to solar. You have to do something about the fact that we do have coal plants, and we do have other power sources and those are needed by still a large number of people. You can't just be like sorry. You didn't move into the solar era with us. I know you don't have electric today your home anymore. Yeah. So we, and you and you can't just be like, oh, we're going to charge you eight times as much for electricity because that's also not very it's not really the thing. Yeah. Now, I want to focus on the fact for a little bit that you are communist you said. No, we're we're wrapping up here. I had one more thing that I thought was interesting and wanted your guy's thoughts on so Kilian Murphy who I adore and mentioned earlier full blue who is to be beautiful man has claimed that his involvement in sunshine, converted him from agnostic to atheism. The went through all sorts of like underwater training and space training and stuff which like, I don't even know if it's that made him, I know I just on one hand, I feel like I just wanna make the point of like sometimes it school when they make these actors do really intense training that actual astronauts have to do and sometimes and in this movie, and particularly just felt like I don't know if that's required. Do you really need to go through all these months of going up there and stuff? Do you think that that helped them in the film? And then the other question was just like, do you guys believe in God, the son God, do you watch my favorite line that my favorite line of the movie is? I've thought about this line hundreds of times since two thousand seven which is when the captain of acres one shows back up to murder everybody. And he looks at the guy goes I've been talking to God for seven years. Yeah. So yeah. I don't know I bond to whichever you want. So I mean, I that movie this movie in particular, it's there's not actually a lot of scenes where they're in, you know, zero gravity or micro gravity, very rarely most of their scenes are essentially done, and you know, what looks like earth normal, gravity Ryan, the spinning part of the spacecraft. So I doesn't seem to add a lot of value. I can imagine for maybe a movie like a gravity, right? Where there's so much of it spent it that would be more worthwhile. Yeah. That being said, right? As a layperson, I imagine if I did go into acting would be really awesome. And I would be way more likely to do a movie if they told me I was going to be able to spend, you know, like a month of training, and, you know, scuba whatever suits and like to all these things. Just because it sounds kind of cool. Yeah. It does sound exciting. You know? And I liked it like killing Murphy, they said when and like hung out with physicists, and I don't know like a whole piece, but he also seems like the kind who had. Want to write like? Like that thinking man has like I want to. But I do think I do think like conversely, okay? Maybe it made him an atheist because it was so intense or whatever or I'm not. But I do think that there is essentially what the movie is about or like what also Danny Boyle likes to do because he also did this in twenty eight days later, as he takes a standard type of movie, whether it be as ambi- movie or space movie, and his major thing that he's looking at is how do these crazy circumstance effect humanity, right until I guess as like you would maybe want near artists or actors to go through that in order to like actually have an idea of how insane. This undertaking would be. Yeah. Right now, what it would do do you physically mentally emotionally to one go through all the physical separate also be trapped in such a confined area. And how does that? Because like some of the more interesting scenes were about the dude who, you know, became suicidal or even them just fighting over not being able like, you know, it's just those that the cascading mental breaks. Yes, I saw I saw the other day just in the I saw I was in the post office to computers went down and everybody started slowly losing their mind. Like, you know, what I'm killing Murphy Joe being this. In this should be in the movie because I'm see, but you see all these little moments of humanity. And that's like kind of a lot of like what this the the movies about a really good point ties back into the initially. This is not a traditional SCI fi action movie in any way. It's really upset writes a case city of humanity. And like, that's I mean, again, it's it's a it's an impressive array of actors who are very talented, and you are really watching this this human drama unfold right on a remote spaceship a bit. A bit could have been virtually anywhere to have the same effect. Right. It could have been underwater research station or equipment anything you need that sense of relation to bomb into the heart of Poseidon. Yeah. Right. But that's the thing. Right. Anything that just didn't allow them to talk to home. No. But here's what have worked. It's. And so this kind of but you're right. It's absolutely. It's a study of of humanity. Did the way that they shot them inside of the space suits, and they had this like low angle, but you could end them covered in sweat. Yeah. You're like, okay. So here's the way they the science of the situation. Unlike the sweating, and like the the physical constraints of being in space would affect your mentality and that those shots with them are very like they do make you feel claustrophobic and uncomfortable and hot along with the you know, the scene and everything else. They really give you that sense. Yeah. So there were some of the. Yeah. I mean, some of the camera work because a little weird. But that some of those choices are really dead on for for conveying. The emotion, I think yes, Louis. So I mean, you just a monologue that the former captain does about like what his life has been like stare like literally make you wanted to be something kind of profound. I know maybe the point is just that you lose your mind. Yeah. For awhile lasagna Judas losing his crap. But weirdly was strong. But then when they touch him he's very sensitive because he's all burned. Yeah. It was kind of a literacy ripped his arm off. Yeah. Ripped. Okay. We're we're running out of time. But before we wrap it up you guys have something you'd like to promote tell people about. Yeah. As the official Assegai here. I'd like to promote space and learning. Oh, that's nice to hear I work at. I work at. It sounds so official. I know I have nothing. Watch movies stand up sometime come to a live show in April. My fast and furious musical will be are you kidding me? I'm writing a fast. Oh, I you absolute need to invite me. I will tell you this. I have watched one these movies many times, but to we really were going through here where we would have these telecoms late at night with with our partners overseas. And we would just watch the fast and furious movies before he's telecom like what do you do between like six pm and eight PM if you're going to be stuck at work. So I am the one hundred percent, and it would be crazy. These scientists came to my. Oh, I think there's a dream. I think that's going to happen. There's gonna happen. Where's the musical? We have inside. We're putting it up yet. We just I just guess where could where where can people find out about where it's going to be? That's a really good question. My Instagram dreams Brad lives during. Yeah. At Bradley, James on Instagram. Come see me do standup. Come see my show brouhaha the comedy show drinking game. Yup. Yup. Show any of that. Great. Well, say just want you to support my friend, Ethan. He's not doing all. I'm I'm in a rough spot. And I'm glad you said something. No lovely to have you Brad and seen bread many times a fantastic show. I'm sure this musical's going to be great. I've seen a couple of those tunes. Also. And it's so fantastic. You're gonna love it. I'm excited. Honestly. I di- legitimate looking forward to April now. Yeah. Yeah. April is going to be good. Yeah. Better having though seriously. It's gonna yeah. It's going. Where can people find out about you? So I'm tweets out loud on Twitter and Instagram. Great name. I think we all wear and so what you're tweets out loud on Instagram. Also because I was lazy. I was like, well, why have different names doesn't make any sense on this again? So that's even better great. It's just a long con. And then honestly, you know, I I will despite of course, officially representing now. So the way that Brad does I encourage you to check out the NASA dot com website. There's all sorts of cool things going. We're just I mean, this is in my mind, the golden aerospace, I always grew up thinking like Apollo was the best and we were done, and I'm just like, we're, you know, we've got robots at different planets. Gotta robot going towards the sun. It's just an awesome time to to do. And and NASA has been really phenomenal about putting all the pictures and data up on the internet and kind of almost, you know, real time. Nice. So it's it's a fun way to participate in just you don't have to know the science. We'll bring along. But just enjoy the the right? It's pretty cool. Great. I love it. So are are are, of course, bread. Kushner has also brought up a very interesting fact, which is that in what year was this twenty twenty twelve twenty twelve you were a caught on camera. I believe right. It was part of a launch the curiosity Rover landing curiosity Rover landing and and you became sort of a like, a medium is the right word. Okay. Okay. We came a bit of a meme, and and Obama even commented, and it was actually a very like from what I understand like complimentary thing because he was saying that NASA is now like very modern and very cool, and it's not just a bunch of like white guys in glasses anymore. They got this cool mohawk guy, and he was ferring to you because you had a mohawk because you do like a different hairstyle for a bunch of different reasons. So throughout the life of curiosity. I mean, I had a mohawk for for a most. Of it. But I would like shave different things in the side of my head based on what was going on. So when we start doing our first big tests all here on earth. But just kind of preparing ourselves for the launch and subsequently ending. I would start shaving them like, it's, you know, system test too. And I put like S T two on the side of my head. And then for launch. I had my hair looked like, you know, like it was red to orange sort of look like a rocket. You know? Yeah. Yeah. So it was a fun thing. And then the, you know, the the the good news about being on product for so long, and and having such a good relationship with everybody was the my boss actually sent out an Email just prior to landing of what my hair should look like. And so the the options were to shave it. Of course, I think red for Mars and red white and blue. And so with the the winning vote was the red white and blue so had a little white stars on the side of my head and red and blue and the and the mohawk itself. It's nice. And now you still go get lunch with Obama all the time all the time. Yeah. It's great. You know, we just hop on the jet about cuts us there. But you know, it's it's really cool. And you know to that point. I think it's been really neat because even in even in his his post-presidential career, right? The with the opportunity after fifteen years, you know, finally kind of being being finished. He still was excited to to tweeden. You know, be like don't be sad. This is a you know, let's celebrate the amazing accomplishments in science that were done in this fifteen years. So it was really great. I think have that experience with such science positive president. Yeah. Yeah. Just like the this new one. All right. Very sad. Okay. Thank you guys so much. I had fun. Hope you did your next time gig. Thanks that signs is hosted and produced by me, Ethan Edinburgh. Our social media producers are Kate Baker and EJ Gullit and the aggressive producer is Brit. Kushner, if you'd be so kind to leave us, and I tunes review, we'd very much appreciate it. 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Money Makes You Sound Different ( Natasha Rothwell)

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Money Makes You Sound Different ( Natasha Rothwell)

"I-it's malls reminder before the show to make sure that you are subscribed in apple podcasts. And if your new welcome to please advise nation are so only works for your participation so call three two three four five zero seven four zero eight with your dilemmas and LifeLock's sessions again that's three two three four five zero seven four zero eight or Email ask please advise at gmaiLcom with your voice notes. Emails. Thank you and enjoying. Hey, everyone is episode one eighty eight of please advise I'm Ali Makhalira Christina Lopez. Here why is here? And we also have Natasha hot. Well, how are you? I'm good. I'm good good. You may know her from insecure. I now know you from the sonic, the hedgehog movie have you met sonic. I have in. In the form of ping pong balls. A globe. So is it like leave? I her that was like interpreting like Sonics like we there was like a local like Vancouver improviser that did like lines with us. But the actual sonic is played by. Oh my God. My I'll Google it. I can't believe I just blinked bench warrants Jesus. Oh, I'm literally just like his hairs like sonic, the hedgehog the guy who plays. Yeah. Yeah. Parks aref. That's right. That's right. So he voices the character, and it's live action. And I'm excited to see it, man. I loved sonic that was like one of the I still remember one of the cheek codes lake. I never was allowed to play video games. Neighbors had it. I was we barely even had cable until I was like twelve I was watching ghostwriter and PBS shows like a little too old a little too old and my mom's like, we got to integrate some like some teenage entertainment because she's been watching. I mean, I'd like murder. She wrote was. Yeah. Like flick on Sesame Street after like this. Yeah. Exactly. I'll definitely like old lady shows always and also full house, which we'd start to touch on this. I don't know if you know, I'm biologically related to Jodi sweeten. No, I'm her biological sister. This is full live. Show like it's an in my life. Like, I have Christmas stockings that say her name on it. I read my dog, we speak baby got well true story. I went to a dancing with the stars taping lakey like three years ago and Jodi was performing and I was sitting in front of her parents. So the whole time telling my friend has shut up because I'm trying to listen to everything there and on the way out this is all very faded. Yeah. We're leaving. We're leaving the dancing with the stars studio. And I'm telling my Meredith, you know, Jodi, Sweden has everything she had a tough life have out here. You know, she was a meth addict or whatever as we're doing this. It was like, you know, I'm going to order her books on Amazon we're crossing by the air one guests he's just sitting in front of Aaron Jaden Smith. So as orders the books, so that feels very divine to me because it's like when you spot like Jada and in public, you're like, that's that's it. Yeah. So then my dog got attacked like by was fostering dog and the dog attacked my dog iced. Oh, I started. Having just lashed backs, which is great. But yes, so I I came home from the hospital. My dog was in there for like two weeks. It was the day. I got home. I was so defeated as a person I was covered in blood, and what's waiting for me and my doorstop unsweetened unsweetened by Jodi Sweden. And it's an amazing book. I can't recommend it enough. But all that said, this brings a lot of sadness into my life because I feel like Jodi is probably struggling right now what with everything that's going on with full house family. The whole family is being torn apart. I know what you think about this whole thing sucked. It I was so scary into the revelation of all of it the week prior to the news dropping I was at a Planned Parenthood that and Felicity Huffman was there, and she we had met truly two weeks prior at an Emily's list like the organization that promotes democratic candidate. It's and she was sitting next to she's like my table partners. So we like met and talked in them. So when she saw me at the Planned Parenthood event, she was like Natasha. She gave me a big hug we talked about her daughter. And I was you know, what are you doing right now trying, you know, you know, kids going to college, and like she mentioned it, and so when I it was very felt out of body personally lie because. Yeah, just like we just had this KiKi at two like like political events. Yeah. And now here I feel betrayed. Yeah. No. Isn't it weird? Trade. Yeah. Like oh. This person's like an ally, you know, 'cause it's why. About the negro when she went off the rails. I felt betrayed by her. But no, it's it's so interesting because I always knew rich people were up to some real shit. Yeah. You know, like I. But I don't think I understand the depth of it. Like, I knew pant. We're getting ushered in the back door. Like legacies stuff. I'm a legacy at my school. I actually had to go like I had to try. I don't think they would have just let me in. But I can't imagine like what they're really doing. Like, what satanic underground shit goes on like how bad does she have to be because it's just like she'd like the it's money. It's like white privilege it's access and looking at all of that her mom was just like, you know, what she needs a little bit of extra help. It's just like you have literally. Yeah. All of the help all of all my girls on view. That was I watched the view every day. And I love outlive. Something happens in on in the. News. I'm like, oh, the V is going to be lit tomorrow. So that was sonny's point. Which is just like you have the you couldn't get the best tutors like you could put her through an like an all star athletic program. How all the options to do that got you could have got into USC using like your means. Yeah. Not money. But just like like you said like SAT tutors best schools boarding school, like take it ten times. Like, I remember putting my AP high school classes like I didn't take the test because I couldn't afford them. I was in honors classes were expanded works, and I had straight as I was in all these like cl- I never took the test because it was just being like do. I asked my mom for like seventy five bucks tests when she's already like helping me like get costumes for the school play. And all this like money is like I could only apply to three colleges like it was so expensive as I remember. I I credit card or open was for grad school applications. So like, it's like, I I so for them to go down in such a public way. I'm love it. I kind of want the like, I want them all to take SAT's and their scores to be shown like I wanna I will say that like, and I hate I hate it. I because it's like embarrassing that I feel this way I feel really bad for some of those kids. I like why do I feel bad for Laurie Lawson's daughter? I don't really know why. But I do know that she was making money as a person online like that is what you want for your kids. She made the five half lake five hundred thousand dollars herself. Oh, yeah. At this afford deal. Yeah. Didn't even think about but also her parents are worth one hundred million dollars. So like, that's that's money money. And I also think they were very stupid the way they did it almost like they're so used to having velvet ropes lifted for them or whatever that it didn't even occur to them that it's a crime. It's like paying that extra. Money to get like, you know, I I mean, I would beg to differ. I think the occurred to them that they were crying. But they just thought they apply. You know what I mean? Like, so rich where you're just like, oh, I give they're really get busted like they would get like slop on guys. Three hundred F B I and IRS agents would be coming after a mugshot. I feel like us as a country we deserve that right now. Like, there's like we're in a place where we need both of their mugshot -solutely. I just we do need the mugshots. I don't know why they're not released Ariza like I tried to read some like legal article about it yesterday. And I was like get a hobby yet the ima-, oh, the dad is apparently a huge Trump or big Trumper vacuum out. He basically went on a rant at a party and was talking about how. People need to pull themselves up and not like rely on other people for help like earning the irony and just like it's like him railing against like, you know, public service in like social programs. Probably affirmative action. Affirmative act, probably, and you know, welfare all of that. I'm just like you. You are so stupid so ignorant ignorant. It was really the I would say the the net benefit from this being being brought to light besides the lake gossipy juicy news of it. Yeah. There's also like it opened to the this whole conversation about affirmative action that people were talking about their real experiences. Hold like, I was going through Twitter when I was trending because it was trending the same day that story broke, right? And people were just reciting stories about like how they were told they weren't enough and hardly they were told they just got into the school because of affirmative action. I went to college my freshman year and transferred to university of Maryland. Yeah. What was it college? I was a part of the program that if opportunities program because of their entire populations student body. I wanna say like maybe three percent where people of color, not black people, but people of color and of that three percent. It was just like ten of us. And I remember going into my like after I realize I got a part of this program. It didn't dawn on me that it was affirmative action because that's just like oh oppertunistic bring. I'm like great. And it was like a substantial ride not quite a full ride, but pretty much right? And I went into the missions office. And I was just like I wanna make sure I'm here on merit. Like, I don't wanna feel like I'm here to fill a quota. And she goes, no, we have one of the most rigorous sort of like adjudication brought you have to like deserve to be here grades SAT's. Like, you have to have gotten into the school in order to get this money. We're just giving you the finances. So that way you can attend a private school. And I remember other students on campus who weren't. People of color. It was constantly. Just like, oh, are you? Are you part of the program? You know, like, oh, are you an it's this constant sort of just like other people checking for your like validity. When you're just like, no, it's not like this fucking Becky situation where she did not have the grade. She did not earn her way into that school at all and paid her way in and was on a yacht. When she found out she was getting out. US? Board of trustees of the border trip. Although I do love that they were like when she found out. We felt it. She felt it was in her best interest to leave. And in my mind. I'm like thinking of a helipad landing on together. You know what I mean? Alec. Autry like getting her out of there. I'm sure that's not what happened twenty feet from like the shore. But it was a whole dramatic thing. In my mind. What I do want to say that you the first thing that you said is that the party element of it? Which is like, I think it was for the parents to brag party might be anything that like she was very clear about not wanting to go to college and just wanting to live her YouTube like, yeah, literally probably just wanted. Sorry. Not literally I hate when we over use that word, they probably just wanted to be able to brag at a party. That isn't always he's cut in the US. Yeah. Oh, which is like it's so shitty. Just because like they had a actual they're one of the daughter the younger one had an actual career. I don't and that was probably bought for her to am. I also theory. So apparently, the guy that was the chair that the daughter they were all in the boat together. Apparently, the daughter of the USC guy also has a Sephora palate. Oh, so here. I am wondering is Sephora is in house brand just giving just by deal like was Sephora. Why wouldn't you be able to? Yeah. Actually, that's not a bad theory. Because I assume that like Maasim oh right going in my daughter. My daughter a line, and we can like figure something absolutely. I mean Massimo actually target like shaded him big time. We're like we haven't sold his shit in a long time. Like are you like we haven't worked with him since two thousand seventeen and I was like, oh, wow. That's like that's hurtful. That's like if I was moss. Target. I hooked you up for years. I do real things. Living section relevant. Yeah. Might I gotta check the labels and what I've got now. But oh my God. It's like when just. I do Amazon clothing like would Asians. I buy I league. It's my hobby. I by Amazon returns at auction. And I have a fake store that I sell out of an eagle rock. Yeah. I have a little store and everything's five hundred twenty dollars your face right now. Is it a brick and mortar like you have an actual storm storage? It's a public sh just a store. Everyone knows. It's about like, it's I now I sell it online to shops under mommy dot com. Everyone. But like I was ordering and I noticed there was a huge lot. And like there was two pairs of vodka Trump shoes. And I was like I just can't bid on this like even at of, you know, even just because she's not going to get the money. They were returned to Amazon and liquidated, but I like by liquidated Amazon products. Well, you go to a liquidations auction like there's like impersonal on. There's you can do both. I do it online and they've auctions out of lake Nevada. Ideally like you wanna get. West coast, but I have done a couple from Indiana. A while they also have them in Texas. And then I try to win like two auctions at once. So then like when people bid on storage closets. It's like, you don't know. What's in it? Right. Right. Right. But the, but you know, what's in it is something from Amazon, so I get like a manifest, basically. And like you can do Justice fully blows. You can do just clothing, you can do whatever. And I got into it. Because I fell in love with this. You know, forty-five-year-old bald metalhead an Indiana on YouTube who he is married. I hate to say like, I literally would drop my life for this man who sells Amazon returns he has like a dollar store out in India. Ladies and gentlemen. Oh, I love him. I'd leave. I would leave. My I would leave my life. He was has these videos were in boxes stuff. And I was like, wow. That's so interesting because apparently everything that gets returned to Amazon outside of the factory ceiling, which is like, let's say you order like a splendid t shirt on Amazon it comes in a plastic bag when you rip open up plastic bag. They can no longer sell that item. So that returns, I'll go into these big boxes. Some of it like they will check like the white items, which is like really nice when you get a nice pair of like white leave eiser someday. Such I am so weird. And like, I mean that genuinely I. So then they go to a warehouse because Amazon quickly kind of sort of. I mean, they have to turn this stuff. Really quickly. Yeah. I gotta get out of there. Yeah. And they have so much. And so I did notice like the first week of January. Some of my stuff had Christmas stuff in it already. Just to give you an idea of how quickly terms so starting to consider a life being an Amazon own chop chop. No. I'm just I'm fascinated about sort of like the been diagram of lake fashion, and like if that's your interest, and then also the hustle. So it's the hustle for me. That's my that's my addiction. When I love it. So my mom was like, my mom was basically like sufi Omarosa like back in the day where she would always just be flipping finds that. She would find it like goodwill, or whatever, she's an amazing. I and like that business has a lot of overhead, and like this is by the way, a hobby like, right? We started out as like a sick as hobby. Whereas I'm gonna I'm box all my stuff like franchise kicks. And I'm going to sell it in like a little storage unit. And then now, it's like, I have a fucking employees. So. Hurting out as a hobby, but you all this stuff does. Yeah. It would be nice. If I had a hobby that wasn't a fucking part time job, right? I have when I was con- marring my house, they found like clay and markers, and like all these ideas of crafts that. I was gonna live out in my head. But in the end of the day, I just want to store. Yeah. I liked to play store. So. Yeah. I don't know. Why did I get onto this Amazon returns? What were we talking about before that the the scandal called she treating scandal? Not sure if we're going to find my way back. That's. Maybe by the end of the episode, but I was seeing something about Amazon returns college. I don't know. We'll have to work on that later the store. I was just I had to stop and explain. Yeah. That I'm sorry for getting up trying. No, it's not something that you can just say like I in your life, where you're like it's hobby or like a hobby that turned into a part time job, not really I actually like feel a little vexed that I don't have like a proper hobby because I feel like I'm like all of us like we're lucky to get to do we love for a living. And so everyone in this room. Not everyone listening. I don't want to I'm not that obtuse. But so I love what I do so much like my hobbies offense around like, you know, let's watch them old old AFI top one hundred ship. I haven't seen that I know like or you know, going to the museum and just like doing the most artsy things possible. But I wanna be able to be like, you know, what? I do it. I'm it'd puzzles over get out of the house person. I'm a pretty pretty squarely a homebody, but I do like to go out for like, very homebody activities like museums. Sorry, the dog is just doing that thing where you he can stay. He's just doing that thing where it's like pick me up. No, don't touch me. That's a that's a fun game. I yeah. I my friend went to see the Dolly Parton thing the other day, and I was like neither of us leave our house. Why didn't you call me? That would have been amazing. But I am impressed by people that like go fill their life with something artful or something. And I'm also impressed by people that sit at home and like fucking use a loom or whatever. Like, I have all these friends that do I just started cross ram mix. Oh, yeah. What do you do? I just started cross-stitching. Oh, you would be good at that going busy. But I can still do something else like show or something like that. You're or that's perfect for you. That's perfect for I've wanted to knit for a long time. I wanted to be like, oh, this is like I'm on especially early in my career because it was a lot of just like being on set for fourteen hours one line and then waiting again. And so I was like, oh, I can like do something I could have could be reading, but I wanted to and I just made scar. I always feel like I'm like, I should be reading. All. But it honestly, it's something I picked up in New York and left in New York. Like, I haven't even touched it in only ever made scars have one really good girlfriend who she like makes sweaters and knows how to like us the the the one with the string early one and like patterns and stuff. I was like no, I just know how to be like. Eight launches keep going until you just want to stop short. It's a place mat if it's long it's a scarred. I we're making I was taught kitchen it when I was like seven, and I never got past that one stitch, I'm still know, but you don't lead signing into like auntie activities on getting older because I have two nieces I wanna be like the cool aunt, but I'm like very quickly becoming like older on. What are you cross-stitching just like this pattern? I got off Oetzi. Oh, yeah. You're to keep it a secret. I'll show to you later. Oh. Loves to keep a secret from me. Oh, do you wanna talk about what we talked about? After we got off Mike last week about how you can't tell people after so Christina likes shut not tell anyone anything this this need in Tampa hojo's because she didn't want to tell her friends that she like Mr. flight, I'm and the next day told her friends like, oh, yeah. And they were all like, Christina. Why didn't you tell us? And I said that's the part. I said you can't that's the part where you feel helpless as a friend because I can't go back in take away the night at hobos. Yeah. But I also would have never let you sleep at a hojo's. So then, but you want people to know because you just want to give you the cliffnote yet. Right. I left my backpack at the hotel when I left for the airport. Made me miss my flight. And I was I thought I would still be able to catch a later flight. But there wasn't another flight until the next morning already on the way to the airport. So I needed someplace to stay. Right. It was a Tampa base. Howard, john. And by the way, she has friends there though. And this is I'm not by way, this real women's gym, or whatever it's this thing. And I don't know if it's a cultural thing or if it's a like a thing. But like it's like my problem is for me to do it. I relate so hard like I have been accused by Minia friend, especially my close friends. They're like the tasha we realized that you were going through like World War four by yourself. And you tell us like after the fact because I'll be like casually meant to be like, oh my God guys. Okay. No no last week. I was crying. I cried myself to sleep. But afterwards, I wait. Why didn't you reach out when you were in trouble? And I'm very much like my biggest fear in life is being an imposition. And so I feel very seen by this story. I and I hear this. And I'm like, oh, I would legit do the same thing. Right. But but from the friend standpoint, I'm like, how dare you because we're together on the where together on the panic of it. The shame around. Like, I'm the same way as Christina. If I lost my license or anything before an airport thing, I would have a meltdown in then. I'd try maybe go into lake some sort of like panic or fight fight or flight mode. Sorta say, yeah, I get it. But then what are we supposed to do? When you tell us the next day because I would do anything in the world to prevent you from staying in like a Roach motel. If I knew that like I'd come pick you up like, I just I just when when you tell the next day like my friends, I've been like this is this is definitely one of my really close friends. She's just like it's it's painful for her. And she actually we were on a trip. I've like this group of girlfriends that I do like a big international trip each year in this last year, we were in Greece and we're sitting down, and I was just like what a what like look at us living. Our lives is great. And she's just like we need to talk. And I was like, oh, no like it's something wrong with the other girls. And she's just like you have to start hating when you were like, even when you're in the gray area. Like, I don't know what I'm gonna do. You can't just come to us with what you've done. Yeah. You need to include seen in this story. I just I guess I will encourage you that moment to me because I didn't realize that because as someone who doesn't want to be an imposition to someone that by withholding those moments of need and vulnerability on my part. I was robbing her of being a friend to me. Right. And I was being a friend heard like she was calling me like trauma after trauma, and it made me feel show. Great to be there for my friend. She's just like give me an opportunity to fill. Great. Right. And I was like. Oh shit. And it was a real like, oh I opening moment. So if anything it's something really bad that we brought that up again, I was like, maybe I'm pushing it. But this was what you needed to hear. Thank you for being. We're seeing fills sharing. Right. So like the thing that I've been covering therapies that disclosures. And issue for me like I don't know where it's closed thing. Right. Yeah. So, you know, I've had problems in my friendships where you've told me like, I I don't tell you enough about my life. And so I I also you like salt like rowdy. Like, I told you I told my friends because that's me learning like figuring out the disclosure part. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Latino culture is very secretive Yang. I on cheese, Melissa. Yeah. Like, so like, I'm not saying like, she won't tell me what breakfast cereal. She eats. I like that. I'm just like she asked me one day. I was was like what'd you have for breakfast? And I was like cereal, and she was like what kind of cereal 'cause I just one. Why do you need wanted to make sure you being happy eating your breakfast? Like, that's how my mind work because I'm like, oh, how much did you love your breakfast? Like, I you know, like was Chris books, and I thought you were gonna like no my loving morals. You for. No, I love crap. Linoleic brands is the best serial, and it's still underrated. And that's just like eight dollars a box same liquid growed squares. They know this is the really good show. I know, and you know, I just what cereals in your rotation role right now. It's just a Honey nut Cheerios, and I am a real freak. I eat it. I dry like don't put my. Because like for I was locked as intolerant. As a kid. And this was like pre silk milk. Pre like every other kind of mill. Oat milk brain. So when I was younger, I would just like to apple jacks. Dry, and my mom would just be like, look, I just don't like milk. And it wasn't that. I didn't like it. I couldn't process it. But even now that there are tons of milk in my fridge for like, my coffees and stuff, I still like out some dressier, and I'm proud of you for growing out of that. Yeah. It's usually the other way O'Reilly bone their thirties just can't handle dairy anymore. I feel like I know. I still can't. I mean, it's still. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I thought you grew out of. Oh, no, okay. 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So I'd bypassed the whole like HR situation and got you interview straight with the person who's my boss actually went for an interview bathroom, and it seemed to go really, well, the thing is the position of different work from what I did over the summer and again it super from heritage. So when they had me do sort of like a skills test. I felt like I bombed it. And now the position kinda like go either way on whether or not I would get it. They said they need to fill the position quickly, and we'll be making a decision like this week, and it's Thursday, and I haven't heard anything back. So are you keep time? So I'm not seeking out about that parts. I'm more just really my advice on this. So like more than ten people, honestly, maybe possibly like fifteen came up to me in the office. When I did it for my interview, I'm more like so excited to see me. Like, oh my God. What are you doing? You're hugging me. Wishing these one of them was actually like a high up executives like higher than the woman who would be my boss, and she was so cited to see me and told me that that she told the woman who would be my boss that should be idiot. Not to hire me. But like again like I feel like position to go either way. And basically my question is I tear. Tide of not getting the position after having been sort of like to rate it around the office. Like, I would be mortified if after all this. I didn't get it. So like, what do I do through boy things being super awkward with all the connections? I've made with people at this company. If I don't get the position, especially because like, I would still be unemployed and and wanting and needing somewhere to work, and these are kind of like my own the connections are with people at this company. So I'm worried if looking like an actual fool if I don't get this position. So yeah, please advise please guys are so so often with all your vice and especially south with people's work situations. So I wanna thank thank you for your podcast. It has done wonders for my life de so please advise thanks love. You buy. What do you think? It's intense. I know I sounds very tight by. Yeah. I'm stressed very sort of. I can tell how much it means to her. Yeah. I think as an actor you also deal with that kind of churn in sort of like job hunting. I think like the the in the diagram of sort of an actor writer life in this because this sounds corporate. Yeah. Is there's very little you can control. And if you're someone who needs that, especially in an interview process that'll be exacerbated by the interview process because once you get the job than if it's like a classic sort of office job, you'll eight you're able to control a lot. This is the one sort of stopgap where it will probably in has spent her out. I've done this. I've applied for a job in an office. And I didn't get that job. And so I like, I know the exact kind of anxiety that she's dealing with. But it's also just like that's the nature of the corporate game. Like, you're not the first writing to like be an inter-office a recruit, and it hasn't worked out and just know that I think this is the thing because there's like anxiety in there. And it's like you're churning in your turning and turning for something that they might not happen. You have no control over whether or not it happens. Great. So you're like increasing your suffering, even though the like pain to your ego is going to happen. But you don't need to suffer that much. I have well I process things through creating a narrative tell. And I'm gonna tell you that I think this is my interpretation of of what's going on here. I think that this girl this is like she just had a great summer internship. And this is like her first big job in the in the adult world, right? It sounds like there is some sort of connection familiar familial or otherwise for all of these people to I mean, maybe she was the world's greatest in term. But it sounds like there's some sort of like friendliness or existing relationship there. I would not be embarrassed about being paraded around the office. If you don't get this job because everyone's adults, and you will see in the real world that people that are there. Now, they're going to be in a different job at another year. And it's good to have a fan anywhere you go. It's also like the world seems very small when you're starting out, and you don't realize that collecting friends and acquaintances and that all will add up in the long run. And it's not embarrassing. Not at all. It's also a good sign. Of like if you don't get this job. They would they will think of you for another job that you and exactly four x. That's exactly right. So the this is my thought on what's going on with the hiring. I think that you were probably a very strong candidate and your test scores may be something that is like it could be an issue for them. And they might it sounds like they might be taking more candidates for interviews on. Yeah. This is where you have to do what? I mean. My my mom taught me this was like a whole thing my whole childhood, which is just advocate for yourself and be assertive. And so I would just if I were you, you know, send a follow up Email on Monday or Tuesday, just saying, you know, hey, I'm really interested in this. I want to know if you came to a decision, I mean, sometimes you just gotta ride their dick without being crazy about it. But people need to know that you care about it, and you're interested, and that you will show up and do a good job and learn where you might. Have like messed up on a test. You know test is not a real day at work. It's just a test. So I mean, I would continue to like just push for yourself not aggressively but somewhat aggressively and ask them at the very end. Make sure writing thank you notes. And that you say, please, keep me in mind for any other positions and just check in with them once in a while. But if you don't get this gig here now, I think that it sounds like people do want to be around you and. I think it's a really bad plan to ever just expect one job to work out. It's yeah. I think you should absolutely be checking out other options, and I would say that like two things one. It sounds like there is this feeling of not deserving this job and feeling sort of lucky to be in that company, and you described it as a the top company in the country. And at that level. They don't do favors. That's like the best advice I've ever gotten personally in my own career as that a certain level. You can't think you know, what they just took this pity on me and are spending this time on me and taking the time to know they there's too much money to make in the bay care. Very little about emotions foot in the door you there. Yeah. And I feel like the fact that the your boss's boss has taken to you. And sees you as an asset is not something they're doing a favor. So just I also feel like. Just feel deserving of the opportunity, and if it's not there just be able to articulate your willingness to grow in your area of growth, like where were they see a deficit speak to them in terms of, you know, like I am willing to do the work to get to where I need to be at that at that level in that particular area. So that way I can shine across the board. But you're definitely in their estimation. A worthwhile person to be spending time with because to go in for this interview to be made it through all these rounds to be walked around the office. That's exceptional. But it also there are other companies that would be the same. So I think keep your options open Phil deserving the opportunity and just be really articulate about what you're willing to do to get the job. Yeah. This reminds me a lot of like, I don't know if you guys felt this. Why reminds me a lot of like, I just thought everything I didn't know there would be an option outside of my life plan when I was at age. And I was just really like focused on things working out. You will. Yeah. You'll figure it out. Yeah. I just hired out. Yeah. I feel I feel slams your back needs to be against the wall. And like, then when I so much clarity happens to like, I know it's stressful. And it's just like, Ooh, I wanna get I'm gonna want to get started. And also like some job interview process can take a long time like the current. I had it took me three months. I was like every month process. Yeah. Sometimes they'll ask for like free work to our like, especially when you do like editorial journalists like pitch this thing. Little extra thing. Yeah. Yeah. It's like, can you really are boys? Don't you write an article article or plan a whole layout or something like that? And it's like, it's a long process. And I'm just like data Ganguly, right? Where it's like, you're you have to go through a lot. And then you'll connect with something. Yeah. But I think there's a world sorry in which she can ask to take the test again. No. I don't think I don't I don't I don't I can't imagine at that level. But I also think that like. There's there's tons of communication after at this point right there. Just like checking it on you just just letting you know, we're having a lot of conversation still. Yeah. Like win in those moments. She can communicate her willingness to test again, or to take whatever courses she needs to do to get to where they need to just let them be aware. I don't know if they'll be able to test again. But I think that is what she was saying that like, you know, she scared of the embarrassment now. And I think that fear is the presumption that other people are thinking about you as much as you are thinking about it. Yeah. Yeah. That's the other thing. They and it's just like one of those really humbling things to be like they KiKi with you in the office. But then they moved on to that. Because they have shit to do. Yeah. You are ruminating while they have moved on. So if you don't get it, it will be more devastating for you than for them. And I think the embarrassment comes in thinking that they're thinking about you. Yeah. So elite like relieve yourself as it even more embarrassing that. Like, you're not even the thought. Well, I mean, I think hopefully that will. Allow the stakes to be where they need to be not overinflate them. Do you know what? I mean. I'm still. Yeah. It's about setting expectations. Yes. Yeah. Well, I want to know what that company is. So DM me privately. And. Yeah. Like, let us know keep us updated. And let us know what happens next. All right so stressful. I know I'm thinking of you girl, take a breath. All right. Let's see next. Call. Timeout, Christina and guest. My name is Anna, and and then my early thirties, and I live in a large city in the south. I wanted to hear your thoughts about navigating friendships and family relationships when your income goes way up so you live in Los Angeles. I'm sure you know, some people who have gone from rags to riches. So my story is that I'm married to addition. He was in training for a decade or so, and I'm very proud of him because he's in a he's in a really noble field of medicine. He's he's paid for making genuinely useful contributions to the world. We don't come from money ourselves. We had very middle class New England childhood, and we had to navigate the recession and student loans. Just like everyone else, but things have changed. Now, our income is much much higher and the money is fun. But I'm having trouble making friends because most most wealthy people in my city are some level of depraved Republican like. Seal clubbing asshole. And I can't stand them. But the new found financial successes making some my oldest friendships awkward, no matter how low Chee I try to keep things because. The Gulf between our incomes is noticeably high and to make matters worse. My husband's salary is completely global. It's tied to his first and last name on the internet anyone in my life can figure out what he makes them five seconds. And they have they have done that googling. And you know, my second problem. Besides friends is family. My parents are aging their health is poor. Their financial situation is getting those worse, and I come from this kind of grit your teeth like blue collar, New England democrat, Roman Catholic rural background. And so my parents would never ask me for anything. They're not beaches, and we're all very bootstrapping independent and our way, but my spouse, and I don't make enough to just wave a magic wand and solve all of our family members problems. So my question is what are the practical steps to navigating this new faith of life? How do you help your family? Early. If you have the resources to do. So what does that actually look like he writes them a check every month, which that feels really strange to me or do you just get really generous gifts and holidays or or do you start saving to buy them, a small, retirement condo? I don't. I don't know what I want to do. But I feel like I should do something. What would you do please advise? Okay. Someone else go. I the tasha you want to take this. Oh, man. That's a lot. It's it's it's like it sounds like she is feeling survivor's remorse. You know, she has the guilt of having succeeded in the pressure of trying to be a benefactor to her friends or family and trying to relate to her friends. Yeah. He's at a different vantage point. I think there's a little bit of defensiveness in there sometimes and she was like phrasing because it's her husband's money. Yeah layers, I think that like did I miss here that I mean, it's I imagine it might have such she all anyway. So he's the one that's like the this is why are situations. Very different. I'll tell you the first thing just to answer your parents question. The best way to help family is not through giving a check, but rather covered their bills. So like, go through your accountant and properly. Pay their rent the best question about how to deal with. That is also to ask them do. They want a condo. Do. They want to go to a retirement facility. Do they want to you know, what's what did they wanna be with the family? Those are the worst thing to do is just give anyone especially people with money management problems, which pretty much anyone who goes from poor to wealthy is going to have. Right. I when I was working on to broker after having thirty seven dollars when they hired me. I was the last person you should give a network television salary too. Because I also came from very similar situation, except in that I was just as poor as all my friends, and and so many of my friends had like covered things for me over the years or treated me to things like my more successful, friends, or whatever like people who also just like had the cash when I didn't. And all like, I was paying for everything for everyone. Just like because I felt like I wouldn't. Have anything with all the p without all the people in my life. So and I know that your situation's a little bit different. But I I guess I will say like good for you on not getting caught up in the impulse to just treat everyone in your life lay. That's dangerous. Yeah. I have no problem like slitting check now. But there was a long time where I was like, oh, no, no, no. We won't do that. I'll just I would rather just pay like I Don for group of eight people to eat dinner one night because I didn't want to hear the conversation around the Bill anymore and the guy was uncomfortable. And I was like just take this. 'cause like that's the that's like a piece of freedom that money can buy now I'm in. Thank god. I'm in a much more practical place in my life. So like I knew how to handle a lake stuff late when Hello giggles sold because I live very like humble now. But I. Congratulations to you on that. Because I don't think that that's you do see a lot of people go rags to riches, and you don't see many people do it successfully. So on that. And definitely get council. Lake get it, and I'm sure you probably already have like a money manager of financial advisor, lawyers, but have a conversation with that team about family planning, and what you need to do for your parents that is long long term sustainable and not sort of just like a quick fix or something that feels good like a car, or like, you know, a new house or whatever. But what are the things that will help them long term that fit within your financial plan because there's a difference between being broke not being broke being rich and being wealthy now. And a lot of people think like, I'm, you know, in LA doing all this stuff, or whatever, I'm just not broke any more. Like, I was broke for a very very very very extreme on time. And when you come to places like LA or New York, you understand that there's a difference between not broke and rich and rich and wealthy. And you seem to be on this sort of ascension till well, it's a wealth, and that kind of family wealth, you need to have that family money management. So that way you you're not the first person to need to help their parents. Yeah, he's not the first person Cam your child into call one day could buy your kids in city, though. Like that like, you know, they graduated graduated into the same recession. I did like this is pretty remarkable that he hunker down for all those years of medical school earn the money. I wonder if she like helped put him through metal. And I yeah. And by the way, when I say your husband's money. I don't mean it as dismissively as it sounds. It's how you presented it for the most part. So I will just say that. That's another reason why bumped on it because I was like to what extent is this like his wealthier wealth y'all slower just like is this really a problem? Mm-hmm. Lake you know, like it doesn't sound like you're working all the time. So you have very little time to spend with your friends can't decide if they're rich or poor. I just don't I understand what she doesn't want to hang out with a bunch of strictly wealthy people. But I am having a hard time. Understanding not being not being able to keep up with your. I dunno. I dunno. He me up your friends, and I just painter every I kind of want to say that like social element overall because she did talk about like belonging to this other group. Now, technically not really fitting in with any of those people like the the the wealth part of the call. I couldn't relate to because I still work in public radio. So. But like being in a different world. Yeah. That's complete like beyond almost beyond comprehension from where you came from it. Like that's jarring and not feeling like you belong there. Yeah. That's kind of jarring thing. That's really tough to deal. And it sounds like with her. There's another layer where she's currently at in the south people who are at her level of affluence don't share hers, her political immoral sort of compass. Yeah. Totally it's even more isolating joining the country club won't work for right? It won't work for her. Because you know, they're going to, you know, hold Trump rally. So like, I think that engaging with your friendship circle in the same way that you have been is something that you have to calibrate because if this is your rock solid core group of people that got you through ten years of medical school approaching them with dislike let's all go to niece, you know, may not work. So you need to be like, oh, if we all if the way we kick. It was going to Busch gardens. Go to Busch gardens. We have Busch gardens is still building forever. Whatever fast fast fast past and let them pay for their own ticket. Like you have to be able to calibrate and let people feel autonomy. And also you you have to adjust your expectations to where they are. And if you have visions of yachting in knees, make some friends that hat can can you make some friends and then do that. But it seems like your state is keeping you from meeting yacht friends that. Believe in a woman's right to choose. Well, one way to find others like minded wealthy. People would be to get involved with charity or to start a charity or political going to attract people that are of your same status in. Maybe you guys can all go to niece on a yacht. And does not imply also believe in a woman's right to choose together. So I think you know, that there are creative options for you. And thankfully, you're in a position where you can throw money at experimenting with that. And you know, I, yeah, I think yeah. Getting involved with the political thing can be smart and also long like bigger picture, a charity for sure I think we're sure like that's what wealthy people are supposed to do. There are Democrats below the Mason Dixon line in you just need to find them. And they're usually trying to fight for fight against big quality. So I totally agree. Those might be the best rich people like southern democrat. That's with billions of dollars. That's dope. I'm like how does everyone have so much money? Like, how does someone have one hundred million dollars? I'm sorry. I can't move past it. It's so much money. What does that look like on a bankruptcy lake? I can't imagine. A can't. I'd be like this is too much. You have to take half. Like, this is embarrassing. Yeah. I don't know. It feels also just like what like I can't even think of what I could spend all that on. No. Because I still have that sticker shock of being a poor person. Right. You know what? I mean, even when you can't afford things you're slow like I much. I speaking of apple jacks. I have a very vivid memory of pudding. Apple jacks on a full credit card when I was in m my studio in Brooklyn, and that was like luxury I had a bad day. And I was like, you know, what get I'm gonna get them apple and that imitate interest on interest. I just paid off those Applejack from me. That image of me sort of like struggling to the point that like a fancy boxes cereal was like luxury is like in my rear view mirror and objects in this mirror closer than they appear. So there's no version of me in this area of my life, where I'm like not broke anymore where I like act up because I remember what it was like to be like, I called my mom at one point when I was in DC and she at that time was living in Maryland. And I was like can you order pizza and have it sent to be? 'cause I can't I'm hungry. And like she was just like, yeah. I got you. You know, like the help me out. And so she like had the delivery come. But like those that's like fresh, you know, and I can't have them like a hundred million dollars for someone is just like, I don't know how much that costs. Like, oh, I don't know how much I'd it get it. I didn't even look at it. But you're just like typing, your your car don't even thinking about it. Yeah. And they have other people spending their money. For them to because this just like when are they going to go into a target? Yeah. I will say that Moscow might just be like target. It was Hollywood was. He was no beyond saying. Oh beyond say what she was hills or something. Yeah. Yeah. I love Woodland Hills. I got pizza thing though, is like it's re when you're when you're parents take pity on you, I don't know like how you were raised. But for my mom went to take pity on me that means that some real I have to be hungry. Yeah. I'm to be like, oh, Jesus you really do need. Like, it is it is like an a real. It just reminded me of the time. Like, I was unemployed. And I guess I must have sounded really depressed. Because my parents surprise me. They like they just showed up just showed up. I'm like realizing. I was like, oh, I must have sounded react down. 'cause my mom like she. She offered. I remember she's like d-. What do you want want to send a pizza, and I was like, yeah. Because you could hear in your voice like money makes you sound different. Yeah. Having end not having it. That's real your voice. You just when you got a little pep in your step because you got a little bit of like extra. Yeah. Or if it's just hard. So I his still feel it in my chest. Like, I read a lot of read it. And sometimes like you'll come across a story of saying like, this is my situation or whatever. And when people talk about just like being so baroque that they're like in extreme debt beyond hand to mouth like I really do. I feel a weight on my chest. That's like is like a muscle memory of like. Porn, est. Just like fuck. Like, this is I can't breathe like, yeah. It's it's really stressful. So I know there are redubbed bless you. Start paying people's like medical bills on stuff like that. Yeah. And so it's just like I wish all the one percenters were like that. I bought on Arianna Guerande ticket because I like her YouTube videos, and they know the only five dollars the other night, she had a bad tip. Like I worked when you gotta do just a little a little ten bucks here. A little five bucks. There really will change people's day. Like Kamala Harris is trying to do the five hundred dollar grants. Because basically the research shows that the difference between being homeless and not being homeless for a lot of people there like five hundred dollars away. And there's we were just talking about how forty like forty percent of Americans. Don't even have like four hundred dollars for an emergency. Right. Right. Right. Right. And so the idea is to an it's just like the microloans, they do, and you know, other countries, but instead of it being alone. It would be sort of a safety net to help these families get through. In. I think one of the things that I try to remember because I'm the type of person that lake even though I don't have much. I wanna be able to help everyone is like, I'm I stay involved in organizations that can do more with my money than my money. Can do if that makes sense. Yeah. So like trying to get like my little bit to spread as far as possible instead of the dislike especially in L A when I moved out here. It was shocking. The homeless situation out here is in. Yep. Saying, yep. And I remember seeing skid row for the first time pulling over at full sobbing. And I was like, oh, this is the third world country like their blocks that looked like that. Yeah. And by the way skid row is a community. And it's very scary. But those people look out for each other. It's legit and Najib shows like the goodness and humanity that even at your worst moment like envelopes, still make a community and stand up reach other. I saw someone like set up a little charging station had like a little sign in charge. Their phones there that. Yeah. I've owned tier at the downtown woman. Which is for you guys listening. It's a homeless shelter downtown specifically for women helping them to deal with the homelessness that they're experiencing and it's right on Saint Pete. It's like right in skid row. Do you know my Blair Bercy? No, she does it too. I think she does the same one every Sunday. Oh, that's only when the player. Yes. Yeah. Blair's like one of my oldest friends. Yeah. Also. Yeah. And she did like how she was our video producer. She was patient zero. I call her because she was the boy at L O giggles outside of as we get together. So basically, the the one month maybe to the day after the election in two thousand sixteen we were in the same orientation group in Sunday to start, but since then I've like transitioned into helping them on the development side and doing their like annual gala, but like for me that the it was completely triggered by my experiencing homelessness firsthand. But all that to say. I know this is not the collars answer. But see if you can we do that a lot about us your money for good in ways that can help you and your family get financial advisors to help you on how to help your family and like fuck with your furniture. Same ways that you'll find like minded people find like when people and like engage with your friends in the ways, you have been you've changed. They haven't tried to me we've been. Yeah. They haven't. That's nice everything changes in life, except for sometimes you're really old friend. Yeah. Lake. That's a great way to hard it. No to it's just like when you outgrow your friends, or like when your friendship situation chain. There's actually how episode about that on insecure where she was laying was throwing the baby baby shower. Right. You know, it was a group of single friends one friend settling down. And like what happens when your friend has a baby your best has a baby. And what does that mean at changes every we've gotten that call might a bed? That's right. You have you're the one who's changed your friend, your friends haven't thought, and that's a hard thing to realize. Yeah. And you have to just like figure out like you have to. I think you have to Hallo -brate how you express your success around your friends in a think that it will look different for each friend. And I think but try to set your expectations based on who you know, them to be. Yeah. And not be disappointed by the fact that they can't do what you wanna do now because you've got a little bit of scratch LA. We I did forget there's there's one part of this call that. We did not address that. I think we should which is people that have a handout now that you are rich like people that you know, in your extended family or whatever else. Well, you did say don't cut them a check cover their bills. But I mean, that's for her parents like what about that friend that all of a sudden. Like, I had I had to learn a couple of people in were in my life, like expecting a handout for the wrong reasons, you know, when like I would have probably given the money if I didn't think that if I didn't know that they were looking at me like that. And this woman is in an actual real position probably change people's lives in a big way. And I like, I mean think about your friends that haven't done that. That's your core group. If that's like another thing because I know you mentioned how to deal with that. I mean, unfortunately, like, I think I think any family members are it's really. That's your answer. Like when someone asks. That's your answer. Like, yeah. Yeah. That's heartbreaking. Because like you do find out money changes family's life. When someone dies a will change all that stuff. So. Yeah, you I mean, you might find out that some your cousins or should he people or something like that? And that's ex-. Fuck damn money is a real big issue. I I hate numbers altogether. Do you wanna take? Because we have this stigma just one thing real quick. Because we have the stigma of like don't talk about religion. Don't talk about politics hung about money week. Can't talk about it. We don't know how to navigate those very conversation. You have to figure out how talk about it. But I do think that like if a friend or family member asks for money or asks for a hand are asks for help. I think you have to answer that with. I'm not able to to meet you where you are. But if ever I've I'm able to to give then that's something that I could consider because you have to be able to offer like because you don't want them to rob. You of that that opportunity, right? Somebody even be just communicating that and be like, you know, like, I know you've asked, but like I would love the opportunity to offer. So let's wait for that to arise. Yeah. And try to set those boundaries. So those I I took my nephew of a few. And a niece who's eleven or she's about to be love. We went to target shadow target. And their kids. Right. So they don't like they have no concept of money. Like, it'd be haven't ten dollars in actual green cash like she's blown it. But I went to the store, and my nephew is just like he's at that age where he just asks for everything. And I remember I said to him before we got out the car. I was just like I. If you ask for something, I'm not going to get anything as just like. But if you don't ask for anything, I'll get you something, and he just sort of looked at me. He's like, okay, and sort of not it with understanding we're walking around, and he like pulls me over two into the freezer, and there's some bagel bites. He goes, I'm not asking for this. I just want you to know. I like these. Say that is like the way the kids. Yeah. Go she things like, you know, I guess that's maybe what your your family's turning into little eight year old kid who wants the bagel bites. And you just have to teach them the language. Be like let me know what's going on with you. And I'll let you know if I can help. Yeah. Yeah. Great advice. Did you get the bagel bites? I did he pointed to them, and he was just so like, I'm on tasha. I am not asking love the and then we walked for like twenty five minutes walking around the store, and I looked at him. I was like go get the big bites. He took off running. Earn the bagel by I would want some bagel bites for me too. So good those junk food those little like, ooh. Like there's that level of like, bad pizza and Mitch just so specific. And so so good to microwave. You gotta go way bad like Celeste bat has he knows all the way down to nothing. Yeah. I love toasty. No. Yeah. That's my shut so gross. Where I'd like if I want to be decadent put it in oven. I don't have a migration this house. We cook burritos in the oven. I actually have one in the garage because I want to some things you gotta microwave, but I do like to treat myself to a finely bait, bagel, right? It just makes the crust that much crisp it makes it like, oh, I really care about. I'm putting this myself today myself, but I have I've been accused of throwing them in the microwave and just eating soft to Tinos otaly satisfied. Yeah. Toaster ovens to man. Okay. Let's have a quick question for you. I'm curious as to what the line like when people recognize you from the from insecure, what's like the line. They quote, most to you or because you mentioned growth and instantly gesture 'cause I still use conversations growth this year. And I think that the. It's the it changes. Like the first season. It was. You'll get a podcast. Because what I said the amid growth was that that season last season was remember me difference. Right. Yeah. But it's like, it's it depends on the person if they like, quote, or whatever, but I get on social media. I get a lot of people giving me that gift. I have another question about just fame in general. What about why do people just grab you when they people grab? I don't like it happen to you. I've been it varies some people. I was walking around yesterday. At a home. I'm not home goods restore desma this quick aside. No habitat for humanity. This might speak to your your store. Oh, yeah. Pallet store pal. Yeah. Habitat for humanity. Basically has several locations called the restore in its brick and mortar huge place where they sell items that are gently used some more than others. But like that home building stuff. Yeah. But they have like doors and what anyway, but I was in one yesterday. Just like when is it like the benefits go to habitat two percent? Good hands. So it's just regular house for your stuff like replace may screen door out here in and then what is cool is that a lot of studios when they are like finished with sets and stuff. They just donate like that sad there lightly used refrigerator was just like on Malcolm in the middle or something. So it's just it's it's like, it's decent. But I was looking around at stuff because I had just learned about it. I was like, well, let me just see what this is about. And a woman was just like a high. I know who you are. I'm not going to bother you. I just want to say that injury work. And I was like, thank you. And she let me walk around like a normal person, which is great. And granted I'm like at the hand is very low right now for those that are listening. I'm like here and ISA is like way appear as far as that. So I don't have it as bad as I could have it. But there's times when like someone like a lot of people like to hug, my characters very sort of like affable. So I was like I don't I mean, I'm a hugger with the people I wanna hug, but strangers. I'm like, let's shake I or what's your name at least. But yeah, it's it's crazy. I like entitled to it. I guess. Yeah. That's that's the word. I use. I wanted to bring spheres fans when they were going to meet her like, you know, Britney Britney doesn't know you. No, I was just getting constantly grabbed out in public. And I got to a point where I would just like clear like I'd be like don't touch like I'd see someone making a v line note, you know, like just screaming it because I realized like people will fucking grab you. And I don't know what it is. But I personally like in like, I'm a hugger necessarily either. Like, if I meet someone if I know who they are. I'll be like, oh, but I would be so disturbed. If people were grabbing at me, and I don't know how people can make it stop. You know, how like how to get that message out people drive up to your house if you're famous people, no boundaries people. Gotta get a boundary. Gotta boundary. I will say that in LA. There's everyone wants to be cool though. It does happen in LA. But I feel like when I travel to other plateaus it's more like, oh because it's a surprise, right? Yeah. There's Jack black at the Jumba juice like that makes sense. Yeah. But if that were anywhere else be like, whoa. You stepped out on my TV. Yeah. I try to give have a bit of grace and understanding because it is like, oh, yeah. Yeah. The the best example I ever heard was I knew a guy was in like a cell phone commercial light that went went, national or something. Right. And he was like one person in the cell phone commercial. And someone was like, yeah. He can't go into a mall and Ohio. Cable like, and I was like oh my God. You're right. Like, he's just like some commercial guy. But you see him every day. Like, right. He's the most famous person. Okay. Let's take another phone. Call wags just so gently put his chin on me. Hey, malls. If actually actually K blue on the Twitter's Natasha, hey, girl, so excited that you're on the pod with MAs this week. So I feel like I this is no better do oh. To ask about. Hot white people. Listen malls. You are one of the happy. White joyous experiences. I have on Twitter of a very well quite person. And listen that number is so far feeling between it is fucking draining. So I have this sad pleasure of working in politics right now transitioned into a nonprofit he's great because it's not as stressful, but I still have to deal with a lot of politicians. Good and bad. There's a lot of Sony white people in that business. There are others in that number who are just as grinding. But specifically the white delegation. I have now come to a place in my thirties, where I feel like every white person that I know in love they are in a safe space, and everyone that I don't. Like, I just can't deal I work from home now. But when I go into spaces that are majority white and just like, I really don't have to deal with this shit. And I immediately want to go home not that I always didn't want to. But now it's like, I really don't have to fucking be here. And I wanna down because then you're in that dilemma where you wanna, you know, add to the ratio of Braun in the room. And so it's a catch twenty two. My question for y'all is how do you deal with the draining white people that you're forced to be around at work? Maybe in your family, the friends who you know, you go back like four flat. And you can't just leave them in the dust. Now a lot of those that have left them in the dust. But there's a couple of known since nine where I know that voted for Trump and they're going to vote for him again. But I still love them, you know, like we made mud pies. And she I just don't really go on their Facebook. Like that. But you know, how how do I feel with draining? Why people when I'm forced to and how do I not like respond with anger like if they step on my fucking shoe or spill some drink on the end the bar. I just I just don't know. I just couldn't I'm tired. I'm too old. I'm tired. I wanna love everybody. But everybody don't wanna be loved. So I would appreciate some feedback on how I can be better humid in that respect. And maybe there's no answer. That's cool too. I just wanted to say thank you for saying that I'm a white person that you like I that really doesn't mean a lot to me. Okay. I'm gonna not say anything for minute. Let you guys go. Speak to that. And as a good have. That that's the Jit. I feel seen by by your call. I understand your call. And especially under this regime that is holding the White House hostage. A feel like race relations are exacerbated because they're just loaded with trying to manage each other's sort of triggers. What I can say that I can only speak to what has helped me navigate my interracial friendships. Is I have to approach it from a place of grace and understanding because there are things that I'm ignorant about in things that I'm not well versed on in the shoes in that. I've had in my mouth, you know. I put my foot my mouth a ton of times and large gaps of of missing knowledge that I wish I had when engaging with other people in other cultures. So I try to protest with grace, and understanding and empathy that said, it is exhausting. It is tiring. It is grading in burdensome, so you have to regulate your participation in dealing with other people shit. And I will also say that you have to do what my therapist calls controlling input. So you have to control who you're allowing in your space and sometimes that. That may mean your space looks a little homogeneous because at a safe in other times, they're you know, it's more diversified because you're able to engage in other people because you've, you know, like the pilot said you put the mask on yourself, I, and that's sort of how I have to engage in interactions with people who are like minded with my ideologies. And being you know, a super woke black feminists who like wants to take down the patriarchy if someone's not meeting me at that wavelength, then I need to take a step back. Put on my mask and understand how I need to calibrate, and then engage with them from that point of view. And I'll also say that you don't have to teach everyone you do not have to solve other people's problems. You don't have to do the work they need to do themselves. Yep. And so if that means taking a step back from certain relationships, and letting them know that they have worked they need to do before they can engage with you those are tough conversations, but I will say have. Them 'cause they will save you. They will save you time. They will save you energy because if those friends that want to engage with you don't want to do the work on their own than that lets you note that they no longer need to be in your starting lineup. They can't beat the people that you trust with your heart because they are not even willing to do the work. They need to do to understand you as a person because you as a woman of color are both of those things, you are woman and a woman of color. So you can't compartmentalize who you are and engage with people on only one aspect of those things 'cause you're a complete person. So if they're unwilling to see you as a whole person, they don't deserve you. But yeah, I will say have empathy put the oxygen mask on first control the input indefinitely, self care. And don't feel bad that you have to do. Yeah. I think there is kind of like aspect of like, you have you can't always show your full self, and that's true for a lot of people. But for us like people of color, especially you know, that goes back to moderating the your input. But also your output, right? Yeah. Like, what parts of yourself you're showing the world right because being judged for that also weighs on you. Yeah. Like, you know, how you're supposed to move in those spaces like, you know, act accordingly or whatever you should be able to be your full self. But sometimes it doesn't work out. Yeah. And I think to the parts of you that you can withhold are the things they don't know when they look at you. They know that you are a black woman. They know that you are a person of color, so they will come in and have preconceived notions about what that means. They will have reactions to that news when they meet you, or if they already know you. So what I'm I'm positing is that that's not something that you can withhold. Yeah. There are other aspects of your thoughts the way you think about the world speaking on your blackness or about your blackness. Those are things that you may need to calibrate or thank you need to calibrate in circles that don't feel safe. However, you enter that space as a woman of color as a person of color, and I feel like especially because we are in these trying times you can't. For the culture show up and feel like a well, I gotta do this. No, you don't. No, you do not. If you need to sit your ass, home and watch like a bunch of black shit listened to a punk bunch of black shed. And like he with your family do that. And like he'll a little bit because it is draining and exhausting to be a person of color when it is a superpower. Right. Like, I feel like it especially and I mean what I say, it's draining. I that is not be. I don't want to suggest that I feel like it's a burden to be a person of color, but I feel like other people will put their shit on you. That's the burden. I'm speaking to so. Fine moments where you can put that down that torch and self care like that's something. I've really had to allow myself to do for me is to be like, you know, what? Won't take me on Twitter. Right, right. I know there's a March downtown, and if my protest sign had fit bit it had thousands of marches on it by now. But you know, what that's goes stay in the corner, and I'm going to curl up. And I'm going to watch the office. Which is so white. But it's make you feel good. And I'm gonna do that at home with my little black dog and like have a timeout in. Then when that happens, I'm able to successfully engage because I've taken care of myself. You know, and I think that there are allies that are there that are doing the work in letting people know that. It's on them. And I would say try to find a a circle of friends that can reflect the the help that you need to get through this time. Yeah. I do follow up question to that. It's like what you do in those instances where you just don't have the grace in you. When you're having those conversations, I think in those moments. I even if the grace to sit in listen to someone tried to explain their ignorance, my like that. My tolerance is very low for that. And usually in those moments because it is like you're dealing with decorum and professionalism urine work, especially if she says, she's in politics that's going to be very prevalent. You don't want to be combative. And I don't mean that being like as a black woman. You can't. I mean, if we don't smile people think that's combative yet what I'm saying. Is that as a professional person in a workplace you wanna be able to draw boundaries? And you have to be able to advocate for them for yourself in that way. And I think in those conversations where you do feel like you're being challenged in a way that challenges your grace and your patience, and your empathy in that moment is to speak to that. And say, I appreciate what you're saying. But I'm unable to hear it right now. So we're going to have to take a step away from this conversation, and we can re engage at another time. And you have to be as bald as that. You have to be like, listen, this is my wall, you've hit it. And they may look at you like, oh my God. I'm so so sorry, it's not your job to make other people feel better. That's real that's real when they hit your wall. And you let them know you check them on that let them go lick their own wounds. It's not your job to make them feel better for having done something to offend you. But if they have take time away from that to breathe into take care of yourself. Yeah there. It was interesting. You bring that up because I was in a conversation recently about like diversity in the workplace, and how you navigate when someone offends you. And like the advice of somebody was giving was like oh assumed good intent like and I'm like. That kind of feels like you don't believe my my point of view. You know what I mean? And then it puts the heavy lifting of explaining my pain in my guilt to on me to explain to you and one one thing I was trying to explain to this person like by point of view on this approach. And I was reading something online. I was like why assume good intent is a bad way to go about things. And it's like. Magin you stepped on someone's foot, whether or not you intended to step on that person's foot still cause pain and me knowing that you didn't intend to do. It doesn't lessen the pain in my full. Now, imagine my foot getting stepped on every day intentionally and not right intentionally right? Like, my risk my reaction to that is going to be what it is. Because I have to deal with it. So yes, he on me to like make you feel better about what you what you did to me the philosophy of understanding the intent in assuming the best of what other people are doing. It's only it's half ass. Right. Because like you're saying it's addressing the person who is the recipient of the like the the action or the words the person that's carrying that. It doesn't deal at all. With the consequence. And I think the onus has to be on the person who stepping on your foot. Yup. To speak figuratively to understand that that happen to. To understand that that hurt and that you have to be able to anticipate if that's going to happen again. Yeah. And if you're unable to because you're scared oval 'cause the other response to that is just like pulled into what can I say? Yeah. And my response to that. If if you have to take five seconds in every thought to think about the other person, you're speaking to welcome welcome to my life. Welcome to what I have to constantly is to consider who I'm talking as a woman as a woman of color as any person, who's dealing being another you have to constantly consider other people's thoughts and feelings, so if you as a person from privilege and color and comfort half to take a moment to think is what I'm going to say do going to be to use the example step on this person's shoe, then congratulations. Welcome to inclusion. You're now participating in this as an equal as opposed to expecting me as the victim to also be the solve. Yep. Yeah. And it's just like. You want? The thing I struggle with is like wanting people to do the work, but also feeling like I have to give them a starting point. And it's like I didn't come to these conclusions on my own. I didn't absorb them through as Moses. Right. I sought out in learned through reading. Yeah. And it's like, I don't know how to make people get to that point. But I guess you can't really you can't. But also, I've what I've tried to do is like in interviews because I'll get the question of just like, you know, you're very very political Twitter when I go what what is your suggestion for people who really wanna let get woke? And I'm just like that's not a question for me. Yeah. As at all, I feel like they have their completely capable of doing the work. Yeah. Yeah. Google you'll figure it out Google woke. And then that'll be your son. Sorry, man speak. It's like really interesting. How Twitter is made things better and worse than that. It's brought certain things to light. And also, it's just in terms of like people's personalities that we should know are celebrities that were supporting or whatever. But also like just I it just gives people a chance to trip up every single day. And like learn lessons in a very unfortunate public WI enter I like, I've literally been thinking of just like, deleting my Twitter altogether. I just feel like it is informing me negatively like I don't feel like I've really have anything to say. Like, you know, like the more the more. I get older. Like, I I wish I use Twitter like you where I just called Donald Trump trash every day. I think that you are it's managed letter for. Yeah. Yeah. I am. I had like an afraid I'm going to be on a government list. So I don't do that. Like, no one's. They're not going to pay the beloved Natasha. Roth. I might wind up. Yeah. All sell like for sure. Yeah. I used Twitter to learn about different communities. So like when or when news 'cause I work in journalism. So Newton when news breaks and stuff like that. But it also has helped me like learn about different communities in lake. I follow Asian American journalists and people who are prolific. And learn about that experience. I felt a lot like prolific black journalists Twitter Twitter users that even just like education reporting like enables me to learn about different and get perspective. Yeah. I know so much about other people's beliefs. Yeah. Like, I really I seek I for shore seek it out to a point where I read Meghan McCain's book in two days this week, dirty sexy, politics, baby. Oh boy. Yeah. You know? So and so I just like to subject myself to information and takes all the time. But like man, there's I know so much about people's beliefs. You can find it all good and bad. Yeah. And yeah, I don't. I don't know if that's better or worse. Like when I mean is it manners or no manners? Like, I can't tell like I think it's like there's the spectrum, right? There's like the danger of the echo chamber where everyone looks like it's so homogeneous and everyone and thank you where you're like completely shocked when Trump is president which I felt prey to where I was just like I was stunned. Yeah. I was just like in my happy little like woke bubble. We're doing it guys Barak. And now we gonna do this. And then it happened. And I was like, oh, I, and then I started following very specific conservative outlets because I was just like I need to be aware. I have to. If that's something that you do like how you curate your Twitter might. Yeah. I follow follow tons of journalists. Tons of news outlets. I feel like international news outlets because I do feel like we get our sort of hammers trash. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So like, Al Jazeera BBC. I'd like the, you know, I try to populate my newsfeed with like as much info. Like accurate information as possible. I follow the requisite comics, the requisite like celebrities, and you know, random people who I've just like fans of, but I have started falling like, very strategic conservative news outlets, and it speaks to controlling my input. Like, I could never get to a place where I like, I gave Meghan McCain's book time, he careful pizza eight now. I'm a flatter. Yeah. So I think Twitter's a fun like a fun place to if you can curate it for yourself. You can't it. It's you have to be really like I said you have control you input true life. Okay. Sorry that, you know, something we go on tangents here. I don't know why. Thank you for that. Call and thank you for speaking on that. Listen to definitely handling that question. I try I try think about being a blank Laney lot. Let's take one more call right? We have a letter. Do you wanna Rita happy to are? You. Good reader. Yeah. I'm not. Mostly asked to guests. And like, I I'm dyslexic. So which by the way, speaking this college, we were talking about this before I did not I didn't even apply to get extra time on my SAT is because I was like, oh, I'm only dyslexic. Sorry. There's a report there was a reporter is reading this morning. I was reading at Tamale about like. Oh, yeah. This is an epidemic where rich people are getting disability like comps for the kids for this Agee's the lives docked doctors to tell him that they have like a learning. Disability an extra twenty nine. He's that's actually think this is why I hope like reporting weightless word kid is just this becomes like a beat. And like, I hope people keep reporting. Oh, yeah. Because we need to be aware. Yes. This. Yeah. It's just like the meant. I don't I didn't even I was like no it's wouldn't be fair for me to take extra time. Like or I wouldn't even file for unemployment like when I first. When I first moved out to LA like the first company, it was a web company that went under. And they were like you got to file for unemployment. And I was like I'm not taking a hand out. Like, I'm very like, I restrict myself like in don't know my rights in that weird way. And it's so interesting to see like odd thing to me that seems like such a severe option against as a benefit titles. It it's just being like, oh, I'm entitled to more time. More more more more. Yeah. I was like my eyes work. Why would I? Anyway, Natasha's gonna read our ladder. Yeah. I'm gonna read. Hey, Christina, malls, wags and guest. That's me. I live in a small midwest city so small I won't name it. I've been going to the same therapist for the past four years, and she's the best. It took me a while to find someone I trust who really gets me I suffer from depression and a lot of residual damage from witnessing and experiencing domestic abuse is child as well as being sexually abused dark stuff dark Steph that is hard to open up to someone about I've stablest a great report with my therapist. And she truly has saved me. I made such progress in the last four years I couldn't have done it without her. Here's the issue. Sometimes I feel I like her too much not in a weird way. But in a way, where I think she is such a cool person that I want to be her friend. I honestly no I can't be ethically. But I have noticed sometimes I hold back on telling your things because. I'm worried she will think less of me. I don't think she really will. I even told her this before and she's reassured me that we're in a safe space. I just think I look for validation from her in a weird way. One time I saw in public and I was so excited. It was wild. We also talk about her life sometimes, and I know about her kids and her hobbies, I don't really know if that is normal, and again, I never feel like we're crossing a line because this kind of small talk is usually at the beginning when I'm arriving to the session, but I just feel bad for getting along with her. So well, I guess like it might be robbing me of the therapy part of therapy and really just spending an hour talking to a friend. It really can feel like that. Sometimes where other times, it feels like all business talk to my best friend who lives in New York and has a therapist who she said is much less friendly to her than mine. Much more real in clinical. I don't know if I'm just looking for problems or if things have really gotten too comfortable where I should be looking for a different person. I will. Say she has been immensely effective in helping me my Zayed it in cope with my depression. But I wanted to hear what you think the thought of starting over seems daunting and said, thanks for everything. Love you wall. Please advise, Emily. Well, okay. I'll just start by saying that like I always have completely inappropriate relationships with my therapist like like my therapist. And I have always texted Ben like, very social. I mean, my therapist I invited her to come to Japan with me. She like, you know, like just should go. No. But she's like, you know, I'll I always talk to my mom, and my sister about you or like, she'll be like, oh, I was thinking my one of my clients is staffing something, and I was thinking that they should like we have a very fucking close relationship. And it's weird. That said I think that like I don't know what it is. But I think between therapist in me were two people that immediately try to make people feel comfortable. So like, then it just becomes. But there is always a weird moment where it's like are we going to become best friends or like not in? So what I will say is that you might feel social with your therapist. But you're supposed to be to an extent because you're supposed to be comfortable talking to them. But it's not a big deal. Like, it shouldn't be a big deal to talk to anyone for for that you get along with for an hour. Like it sounds a little bit. Like, you're making her mother figure to me. I'd. But you know, I have no problem being like super cool with my therapist, and knowing that ultimately, they are therapist. Does that make sense? Yes. Yeah. Also, how can I be? So I don't know like I have completely quote, unquote. Inappropriate relationships with my therapists. But yeah, I think the closeness has to be calibrated by the efficacy of the therapy. Yeah. Because they were a moment where in the letter she says like I hold back sometime. Yeah. That was a big red flag to me. Yeah. I mean in the other thing too is I the, you know, when they talk about her personal life. It's like, you know, oh, I like went to the car wash today. So that's why I have this like coffee thing here late. It's always like that. If that's what sure think like thinking is insight into her personal life like you're over blowing. I think you're over thinking this in a weird way. Like just be happy that you have someone cool to talk to. Yeah. Like why I don't unders- like I. There seems to be like a little bit of a infatuation on your end that might not exist in hurt to hurt in that way. You know, it's interesting because like her coach therapy is very inter-. Like I've been going to therapy. I've been having same there since November. I don't know anything about my therapist. Like, really know. It would like we get in there. And it's about me, and it needs to be that way in order for my like sessions to be really effective like I can't worry about her needs or like. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. World bully anecdotal stuff. Doesn't help you leg. It doesn't help you to hear like an ant like anecdotal situation. See that now lie in and we'd just like, okay? What's what's the thing that you're dealing with? Or what's the overarching? I just like start in an and then she'll like she'll like remember things from previous sessions or she knows a lot about my life. But it helps me not to have that personal connection because I need someone who's like, I think in both approaches whether it's like, the I talk you listen, and then you time in with like things that are helpful or give me on site. Or if it's the we're both sharing parts of ourselves within a boundary in order to get to place. I think both are legitimate and great wonderful. The thing that worries me about this is that if she's not getting what she needs, and if she fills at all stuck in her journey to recovery now because the fact that she mentioned sort of just like, you know, I'm got into a great place. I'm learning how to cope that is a process, and she's been through some really real shit. And I feel like yeah. You don't want to get to a place where once a week for an hour, you're sitting down and you're just like shooting the shit. And then you go home and realize you haven't told her things or you withholding or you're kind of working to like get her to like, you get a reaction or something win therapy. All clear leg, I should say. Like, a just because my therapist, and I have a very good rapport and like Tex sometimes outside of therapy about certain things. Oh, yeah. I wanna be clear. It wasn't judging your I was like, no, I hung that Rica's way. I do see a big difference between what they're 'cause like I will. Yes, I will like Saab through my whole thing and be very honest and transparent. No secrets there is no reason to pay someone to have secrets from high. But yeah, I I should I should add that that like I can say that I get a lot of work done in those sessions to. Yeah. So you yeah. So it's it is different. There is a difference. I don't think it's bizarre to feel close to them. Yeah. There's a lot of red flags in here that you know, it can become very easy when you're not emotionally intimate with a lot of people. Yeah. To MIR relationship that you want to have with them or that you need in your life. And I think that that's a little bit of what's going on here. And maybe some over personalization of certain aspects of it. Yeah. Yeah. She has to ask for self the question, am I getting any work done? Right. Like Emma getting any work done in in my presenting version of myself that's enough Antic because I'm a trying to win her friendship or be like trying not to lose your friendship. Yeah. And. If you're couching it in terms of friendship than bad is problematic. Also, but like not in the friendship. Couching it in only terms of friendship. Yeah. Absolutely. Right. I think she's also reaching a certain point is like when you initially go into therapy. You're like island deal with this shit and sometimes in life in general will we work towards a goal? But we ever think about what do we do when we got there? Yeah. And so like you've dealt with all these issues you're learning how to cope. What's the next thing? You wanna get out of there because you're you're dealing with these issues you've already or you've been spending time dealing with these issues from your childhood. Now, what you want to accomplish from your ear AB taking a step back thinking about the that part of it. What's next? Yeah. Help you recalibrate your relationship with your therapist. Yeah. And in general like you should be leaving with tasks like it's or just like things that you wanna work on that week. If you I always say this because I think some people don't know this about therapy in it. I had a I had have had bad therapist like switches. How you figure it out you go to people not a match, but if you're dislike venting and not actually making progress each week or over a period of time. You're going wrong, therapists, therapies, not for venting. It's for you have some serious stuff. Like, you know, I want you to update us on this for shore. Yeah. Yeah. Sorry. My mouth is. Right. And I would honestly I would say try a session with someone else. It's not unethical for you to see another therapist and see what the different vibe is. Maybe it doesn't need to be for something. Like, maybe you don't I don't know. I know that the first session can be really hard with a new therapist. But maybe you can go in and just sort of see if they're talking style is different. Or maybe you want. A male therapist or something. Yeah. Yeah. And I do think it's like you are only sickest your secrets in. So this secret of your like friendship infatuation with her at a friendship level is not something you talked to her about an ace that you talk to her about it. I would say continue to bring it up now. So that she knows that it's not a resolved issue on your part to that way. She can actually do her job because I can only imagine like the thought of leaving this person who helped you through really like hard trauma would be a traumatic thought, you know. So like thinking about. Having another conversation with her about like your your feelings for her. You know, the non-romantic very sort of like, yeah. You know, I got you know, I wanna be around. You wanna hang out loud? You know, I want to. Do things that aren't getting me to wear any to be. Yeah. That emotional intimacy has created as sort of like a fondness for them. Also, just like it's funny 'cause he think about like your relationship with your therapist is also something that you have to maintain him. Because it's another thing. It's like any other relationship like any other relationship that can only I think across relationships honesty, and dissident are the only ways those can happen successfully. Yeah. This one is puzzled me, I this is really interesting to me. I would like to hear more. Okay. From you keep up with us. Yeah. Do we have any any other calls nuts? That's it. Okay. It's one fifty two. Okay. Thanks so much you guys for listening tasha. Thank you so much for being here are awesome. Thanks for like being at my house and like coming here. Like, it's very cool that you were, you know, hanging out with the celebrity felon a couple of weeks ago. Sorry accused Houston. I just. Yeah. That means I means a lot when someone who's pop incomes by. I appreciate it. Really smug eighth grade advice. Great advice. Oh, poof. Well, thank you so much. You know, do you want to too much to tell people where to find you? Do you have any plugs? At the end of my podcast, twelve people. Listen to. Just find me on Twitter at Natasha Rothwell. All right. Thanks, guys. Bye.

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