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All-In E8: TikTok + Oracle, how privacy loss will impact society, economy & COVID outlooks for 2021 & beyond, California wildfires & more

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All-In E8: TikTok + Oracle, how privacy loss will impact society, economy & COVID outlooks for 2021 & beyond, California wildfires & more

"Hey everybody. Hey, everybody. Welcome to another episode of all in the podcast episode eight besties are here to talk about tech economy politics, the election and our lives in. Silicon Valley. Welcome back to the POD David. Freedberg Queen Akin Y is here. From an undisclosed. Always. Always a joy. Yes. Undisclosed location somewhere in the Mid West you bowed on SF. After. The smoke you laugh at how many days into the barbecue into the orange. Cloud? I left on the Wednesday of the Orange Cloud. And took. It was crazy. Took my Kiddos and we're waiting it out the fires in the in the Midwest. Well, it's beautiful. The last two days here also from an undisclosed location David Sacks back on the program. Rainman is here. Yep. Definitely here. It'd be here. All right. Well, they of many words at the speaking of many. Of. Keynotes this week talking about specs, the Prince of specs, timoth poly, Tia back on the product. You best he's. Well. We had a little best e reunion. Which I think we can talk about your mouth invited over to have an outdoor bessie reunion. Yeah and you gave one of them gonorrhea and you gave the other two. It's crazy to say, but I literally had to call trauma. Two or three days after he hosted. A socially socially distance dinner outdoors. Socialistic dare outdoors. Wonderful. We had some great rabbi. Fantastic. Cracked open a nice bottle or two of wine and the port, and but but then what did you do? Well, then a family member of mine who shall remain nameless. Decided to, go to Cardi. San, Francisco and. Possibly got the Rona and tested positive, and then I had to get everybody in my house tested twice everybody came back negative but I had to call moth off and tell them listen. I I wasn't exposed but some members of my family were therefore I might have secondhand exposure I took to task back negative two times around can I just say though it's really crazy like we have to develop all these new social norms and you're not sure what to say and you're not you're not sure how to react and it's like it's it must've been like when you got a call and like, Hey, listen now. You know your girlfriends like may be pregnant or like you know somebody's like, Hey, listen I have. You just what Tax because the. Three of us. Tax By tail between my legs I bit exposed I'm really sorry guys I think cal can is the Greek word for word in the PUNCHBOWL. All. Kids Yeah. Exactly I don't know if we can tell the code thirteen. Thirty. I wasn't even there but. During the legendary. Jason Jason Jason Calcutta's gets invited by David Sax out of his benevolence to come to stay in Hawaii at the four seasons and. At somewhere some point during this week vacation. All your. Christmas Day you hear a shout from the pool from the life. It was even before that we were sitting at the bar. So me and Jason is brother-in-law were sitting at the bar having drinks and all of a sudden. There's a commotion and the Bartenders The staff and you start people on Walkie Sankoh thirteen thirteen. Riding people, right. We don't. We don't know what to make of that terrorist attack. The four seasons is odd a high alert alarm going off. And then, and then we hear okay well, we were like we said to the what's thirteen? Well, it means that some kid you know craft in the pool. Number two in the pool. And we're like. Okay. Well. Then I started hearing about the kids and I'm like. Thirteenth. They thought it was US and then it turns out it was talking. We were never able to get a reservation. Again what what's so funny is I I went there at one point a few years later, and it's a whole ordeal because they said. So how do you guys deal with a CO thirteen? They're like author. Evacuate. The Island get centre. Here's what had to happen this is. Just to put the code thirteen perspective I, think my ten year old at the time was two years old. My sister-in-law takes the baby in the pool without telling anybody and the is not wearing a swim diaper and so. Basically. A snickers bar floats out of the. and. There's this. Nicobar. You guys have kids. You know how? To get your like how is that possible? Like a movie theater size snicker looks Nice Poise floating in the middle but this is on December twenty fifth these poor people are spending three thousand dollars a night. There's not a single shapes lounge by the pool that's not occupied. It is peak capacity at a four seasons hotel on the big island or was. The pool has to be shut down four. Person has to get in with the has about suit retrieved the snickers bar king sized snickers has to get out then they have to throw in every chemical known to man show that the pool is ruined for Christmas Day. And that's the thirteenth straight. Right getting back to our topic tick tock is on the verge of being banned from additional US download the Commerce Department has announced. That will ban US downloads and business transactions with Tiktok and we chat somehow we check out pulled into this on Sunday? This will Seemingly. We're going to allow TIKTOK to operate until November twelfth. They got a little bit of stay execution. But of course, if they can't update in the APP store that means there could be any security vulnerabilities that found between now and then would not be able to be updated. And Steven which. Eugene fat attempting. To push through TIKTOK deal that will enable retaining some Chinese. And there's some sort of agreement now with, Oracle, will have some kind of and Oversight Board to do continuous third party audits. What is say timoth about? Where rat and leave that. You know a democratic leader say Obama or Biden would have taken the same approach year does it worry you that the government's getting this evolved or resist inspiring the government's putting their foot down and saying, Hey, listen. We're GONNA need to have some basic level of reciprocity from China? We're going allow you in our after. I. Think it's kind of like like if you've ever been driving someplace with your. Significant other and they're like turn left and you're like non and I'm going to turn right and then you realize you should've turned left but then you keep turning right a few more times than you take a couple more lives but then you end up at the same place but it was complete shit. Dumb luck. I feel like we're GONNA end up in the same place here with Tiktok which is that I think that the trump administration probably is doing this Donald Trump specifically probably does this more as a demonstration of power. And you know American exceptionalism. Which I'm not sure. It's the right reason to do it. But I think the outcome is right, which is that. You know for years, China has essentially been shut out to American companies unless you effectively just kowtow to these guys. And you know some companies have some companies like Google have not another companies like facebook have been totally basically blocked from entering. And so I, think it's completely right. It's unfair to have the asymmetric market advantage that that Chinese companies have had, and so you have to play hardball to create a different set of rules and I think this probably gets us to that place. The reason why it's happening is probably more because the tiktok people played that joke on trump at the Tulsa rally if you if I had to guess, Yeah what are you think Friedberg? Is this a good sign for America and the globe that You know and the democratic nations of the world that we're GONNA put her foot down with China and say, Hey, some reciprocity or you're not gonna be able to participate in our marketplace or is this a personal vendetta from trump were a little bit both? I don't see how it's anything but a slippery slope forward in the escalation of You know what's GonNa be kind of transpiring between these two nations in the next couple of years maybe decades. This goes back to the. Early two thousands when Google and others wanted to enter China and China has for those who don't know. China has this great firewall. Chinese citizens can't openly access the rest of the Internet and China wanted to censor content and censor what what's their citizens are accessing and so there's been a back and forth between the Tech Industry and China going back almost twenty years now to try and figure out how we can bring our services to China and then China launches a service that's very successful in the US in Tiktok and I. Think it's just a you know a part of the reciprocity equation which doesn't resolve anything. It only escalates things. So it's unfortunate, but it's just kinda another step in the path that I think is inevitable in front of us here. SACHSE, we'll give you the final word here is. A good thing for humanity for. International. Relations. That China is having a little bit of a hand check here like hey, there's going to be a limit to how you could operate in the West or is this a personal vendetta from trump and then what do you see going forward? it's it's true that I mean first of all, our social networks are not allowed over there. So I don't think we need to feel bad about not allowing their social networks over here but besides reciprocity or the lack of I, think the deeper reason for this is just around data security and how the. The. The C. P. has given US adequate grounds here to ban not just TIKTOK. But you know APPs like that. Because President Xi, himself declared this policy of symmetry fusion, which means that any business. In China and business asset there including data can be appropriate to serve the the ends of the Chinese military or the Communist Party and you know the. has set up this vast surveillance apparatus over its own citizens. It's asserted extra territorial sovereignty over former Chinese citizens would meaning dissidents so that the Chinese diaspora anywhere in the world they've asserted sovereignty over that and You know recently, there's a pretty remarkable speech by the FBI director Christopher Wray. Describing. Operation Fox which is the Chinese effort to track down and presumably ultimately punish. Chinese distance anywhere in the world and as part of that the Chinese have sort of weaponized social media and so he also described like pretty amazing. That the Equifax hack which collected data on something like sensitive data over one hundred, million Americans, the Chinese were behind that I didn't know that and So you know it's it's true. It's true that you know no one piece of data poses a by itself a risk to. Took to the security of America or Americans, but it's sort of this systematic collection and aggregation of the data and the hacking collectively that I do think pose a security threat and. And I think you gotTA stop. Right there Sakho actually, an individual's data could absolutely be compromised if they have access to your. Passwords because through the clipboard have access to your phone role. If a young person had photos that were say compromising in their photo role, the phone is you know basically give access to that. They upload that. Now you could use that as compromise against a senators child for against a senator themselves, and this seems like an abstract thing. But this is exactly what the Chinese. And Russians have been doing for a very long time. If you've seen the series the Americans and you go back to the eighties to see the weaponization of you know somebody who is in the closet who's gay during that time or somebody was having an extramarital affair. You compromise anybody with just sexual compromise and you hear we're giving access to hundreds of millions of people's photo. Way clipboards. By the way you just said something that's really scary which is like if you're if you're the Chinese, you know they have the patience to play the long game. You just aggregating collect this thing for thirty years on the off chance that one of these people becomes important. I mean what is the real terrain candidate just just surveilled three, hundred, million Americans and just say you know what are shot? I mean it's going to cost us a few billion dollars a year in storage who cares. Yeah I'm not like is, is there really a case that what they're doing in the TIKTOK APP I don't know how much you guys have read some of the studies on on what they are actually pulling but is there really a case that what they're pulling is particularly different than what would be pulled by pretty much any other social apper photo sharing APP on your phone there was some. kind of insight that, hey, they were capturing the Mac address but that was up until last November after November the kind of refreshing stop doing that and it was a hack that some number of apps out there were already doing. But mine are standing is the way to they've built the APP it's the same kind of ad tracking type. Approach that they're taking I. think it's a naive position that because we haven't caught them doing something nefarious that they aren't actually doing something the Ferris right now if you look at. EMBIID did to Jeff bezos sending that. I guess. It was a movie file or an image that then wound up hacking his phone like there. I. Think they've built the software I think it's purpose built. Whether it's we chat or Tiktok to have these back doors it. There's no way that China is not. Guys look if you if you had to Bet David. What do you think the odds are between zero and one hundred, hundred being absolute certainty that there are four foreign national spies that work at Google. facebook Amazon Microsoft. That's my point. It's is it I mean look I think that there are. One hundred percent of course is honored. I think every one of them it's probably a hundred percent. Yeah. At least one. Four national that has a connection intelligence in China. Yeah. It's probably one hundred percent hundred percent. So I point is Tiktok. One. Hundred nine hundred percent. Chinese. So you don't even have to guess what it's excuse. My point is like if there is some, you know access to personal data that we're all concerned about being compromised at literally every other fucking APP company. Cap. Not Connected to. The point that you just made is that they very well could be the fact is we as individuals have exposed all of our personal private data to six or seven companies I think you're really right thing. It is a this is a canary in the coal mine for a bigger issue. This is why I'm saying I think that. Trump is probably acting out of an expression of power but I think what we're realizing is actually this is about core fundamental privacy and the security of each of us as individuals, and it should start a bigger conversation like privacy I. Really do think this privacy is the killer feature of the two, thousand and twenty. You what David Just said about like you know if you're if you're a Chinese axe national, the idea that you're like look I've been a citizen of three countries. The idea that the Sri Lankan government, all of a sudden may not like what I have to say can spy on me or you know route my own were steal my data. It really disturbs me like I'm sorry but no go fuck yourself like is left country for a reason. Yes I think I think the Republican to watch on this as besides trump. I guess is There's a senator, Josh Holly. Who is craze? Well, he's he he sort of a a critic of of big tack and I think he's got some interesting things to say, but but in this particular area, he is proposing legislation to regulate the types of information that can be collected by applications that are based in countries that are fundamentally hostile or adversarial to the US and that to me seems like the right policy because. It's not just about TIKTOK. It's about all the APPS that collect information on Americans that can be appropriated by. The Chinese Communist Party or Russia or Iran places like that, and so I think we need more holistic policy here than just banning tiktok in. May. Not Be necessary to ban TIKTOK. If you had the right limitations placed on them but but I but I. But I think the whole sort of compromise solution with Larry Ellison and Oracle that makes no sense to me. This idea that you know ellison will own twenty percent of the company but nothing else really changes it will still be based in China. Chinese company will Chinese. Engineers based in China who you know? They salone eighty percent of it. How does that really address the Data Arabia? Don't you think David? Basically a way of just it's a wealth transfer Larry Ellison talk. If I could totally Spite dance it's no, it's. No it's. It's bite. Dance a dance paying political protection money to Larry Ellison to be their bodyguard in this political process. But. But that's why I don't think it's GONNA fly. I mean Hawley has already said that it's not good enough for him and so even if I think and it doesn't live up to the to trump's stated criteria even though he seems to be. A sift rolling sex is at WHO'S GONNA make the final call on this or Trump had sold executive kind of authority on on four insecurity unsecurity grants to Kinda Block. It does it go to sixty S I don't know that's a good question I think stiffest disapproves. It. Has To approve it. Yeah. I mean so you're right. I mean there are there are members of Congress that are going to be convinced to get this thing done. Well. But. Cities. Approves them and ad in think they could like block applications as as of last year. As of last year every investment trigger fierce. It's it's a weird new thing that happened I was involved in a company recent. Secondary to the national security power that the trump may have. This is almost like a two tier one is to approve what is. For trump to be a coup with a national security terms, and then second is the antitrust issues. If we just go back a second talking about the broad as tomato called at Canada's Canary in a coal mine. I don't know how many of you guys using Amazon Echo or Google home or Amazon fire TV ordinary thermostat every every single every single one of them has ambient audio listening on it every single one of them even. And, another thing people don't realize every speaker is actually a microphone as well as speaker. You can actually listen on any house speaker whether it's a sonar device or or what have you and so we've got you know our homes are already wired. Amazon fire. TV runs on fucking android. I mean, there is a hundred ways into your home as it is. It seems to me like there's a significant concern about how much data we are already exposing. That's being highlighted here I don't think. You know it's sort of like playing a where you try and pop the hamsters and the game. It's like at some point, we're going to realize these things are here everywhere and it's not just a a company, but it is how we living our lives now and how technology. It's kind of capturing every piece of information about everything we do. This is this is I, go back to this somebody will take this or people will take this and run with it but I think that there is an enormous amount of money. That consumers will pay for the insurance of anonymity and privacy I don't really know how it's expressed David but like you know for example, if I could get a phone. That was completely locked down and encrypted and. Burner phones put you're talking about in a lot of people are now doing this, they take a second phone EP VPN. So the the first step I and you're seeing the guy tried to be very popular well, like I try to use signal I tried to use facetime audio. I'll even use what's now just because these things are intended crip did and I have nothing particularly important or interesting to say or high but I just don't like the idea that in the in the open wild. I'm just I just feel very vulnerable to data breaches more than any other kind of preach I mean I had this conversation with somebody that was You know sort of helping me lockdown, my wifi network, and for a long time I only had one point and all of sudden he's like look let's have a home and a guest. But in that conversation, what he was saying is. The biggest form of theft isn't like burglaries anymore. It's basically people just having packet sniffers outside your house. Because they can get access to everything in anything and can I ask you can I ask you a question? There's a there's a book by a guy named Stephen Baxter is a science fiction book years ago and Arthur Clark called the light of other days. These guys developed technology. They could put it in any house and they could see and listen to everything and suddenly the technology became kind of ubiquitous. So everyone could create a wormhole anywhere and see and hear everything. So effectively information was. Completely transferable and free and available to everyone and the book kind of highlights how society changed in that context. So in a world where you see where everyone is and what everyone is doing and saying there's no longer any notion of information symmetry and the way people operating behave changes because so much of our lives as dependent on people not knowing things about us that we know. So, when you're when your employees is going to go interview for another job and they tell you, they're going to the dentist, you can say like, Hey, that's not true and the guy says, you know what I'm Actually Ping looking for another job because I hate working for you suck. So everyone starts changing kind of how they behave. Do you think? That fifty years from now that's where the world heads do. You really think it's possible to stop this train in its tracks and not end up in a world of what I would call hyper transparency were all information becomes kind of because it's already being collected everywhere about everyone it's i. think it's rising exponentially. People are GonNA START I I think that People are gonNA start turning their homes into like the skiffs you know sensitive compartment did information facilities always hear about like satyrs going into the skiff kind of situation pro I think people are going to start taking this very seriously as they get compromised time after time and embarrassing you can see with apple making it their marketing strategy apples, you don't you don't have the. Changes Oh I think you've already changed already with people getting their phones hacked and they're you know news being leaked. Normalized that I think it makes the world a much share your place because it basically robs us of our own independence and our fundamental right to privacy and I just think that's a really bad outcome and so what like it if the need for likes? And tweets. And followers. Leads me to a place where lose privacy? I would just say shut them all down. Now because I think that people self worth is much bigger than what they understand it to be if they're willing to make that trade off. But yeah most people appreciate that. I always I would also this ad that just because there's more transparency doesn't mean that it serves the interests of truth like Jason said earlier. This information can be used to create you know ops you know and manipulate and You know it's and so Yeah I don't you know. Like, like Trotsky said just because you're answering war doesn't mean wars and interested in you I mean this data can be collected to run operations on people. That don't serve the interests of greater transparency or I think I think people don't think from first principles on this topic. This is sort of like the the idiotic orthodoxy of Silicon Valley, which is like they they wrap themselves in the flag of transparency like it means something but they have no real idea what it really means at scale and at the limit and bright there's one thing about getting access to a fucking looker dashboard who cares You know and but the word transparency is used for that the same way that it's used for David exactly what you just said and they're two completely different things. They have completely different meanings and The latter's implications are so much more important. And we need to think about this from first principles because I think people's inherent identity as human beings ultimately gets put at risk over time it should absolutely be the case that the social networks or anybody collecting data gives an OP. This is the way I would form the legislation if you are running a service like facebook twitter. Google for free and you're monitoring advertising, you provide an off. Also. Like what? They do provide. This Service to advertising services. I think you should be forced to give A. Option for whatever the amount of that motivation is a year to pass a subscription. So for example, if facebook makes eighty dollars per. You lost your loss. monetizations. Sorry. I think it's it's over it's over in the next segment next item. Are just as we wrap up here on this segment Kevin, sister might he's in the running apparently to take over for Tiktok is that a good idea taxis I think you know system I think it's pretty it's dumb idea unless the company literally becomes an American company I don't know why you've made this point in the context of coming mayor like. If he's working for bite dance, he's working for the by dance board directors, which reports the C C P at Sta why would someone who's in his position on the sacrifices independence to do that? Yeah. It makes no sense I mean that's this is becoming the big task on everybody's moral compass. Especially, Hollywood is changing the ending of movies to satisfy the CC pay like literally the people who are the biggest virtuous signal is in the world celebrities. Hollywood China China knows how to use this market access. We don't. We just threw open our markets to their products which caused. US. To lose our whole industrial. in a manufacturing capacity, we didn't demand anything really in exchange for that whereas in order to get access to China, you have to say and do the right things or certainly to to not criticize them, and so they they know how to the as we saw with the NBA and the whole Amaury thing You, know the US. Market, access. All right. Well, let's go onto the economy here. We've been sheltering in place essentially for six months and now people are starting to talk about, hey, maybe we need to do another lockdown. and. Obviously this economic challenge is being felt very differently in some places, it's an opportunity. Obviously a lot of people with SAS, software and You know people who work behind keyboards or having a renaissance and a lot of the economy is pouring into their keyboards while. Retail. And anybody who has to work in the real world is part of what's becoming essentially a permanent. Unemployed class. that. Perhaps this is starting to look like a dry Juan of ub what are your thoughts on this permanent unemployment situation? I have a I have a bunch of thoughts here. Let me just go kinda give you the stream of consciousness like trump Powell gave a speech I. Think it was two or three weeks ago Jackson Hole. And he basically said, look the Federal Reserve is taking a completely new posture on rates and. You know they. They basically clarified that in explicit detail just Just a few days ago, and they basically said we're keeping rates where they are until at least twenty, twenty three, you know my personal views for rates are going to stay basically zero for the next half decade and I think it's probably pretty likely that we're GONNA see rate stay at zero probably a full decade so. What does that mean? Okay. While it typical recession, what happens is you don't know where the bottom is right things sort of sort of decay they get a little bit worse. They get a little bit worse. They get a little bit worse. Then things bottom out and then you start to grow and you can use interest rate policy to kind of help navigate how soft landing is as well as how fast recovery is that sort of like classic economics in how bankers in the markets and all these folks used to work and eventually would trickle into mainstream. Now, we just had none of those things. We have rates zero. They're not going to go anywhere. They're not going to go up there probably not going to go down, they're gonNa Kinda just stay where they are. That's one thing second is we priced in the bottom which was the first month of the coronavirus virus we took the markets basically assuming there's no growth. and. Now we've price things back as if they'll recover the rating agencies are out to lunch they basically said you know what I'm GonNa look out till twenty twenty, one, twenty twenty to give me a reason to justified not to downgrade you so that you can continue to raise more debt which by the way is a Free. So you have all these dynamics, I think the capital markets are in an expansive booed and an expansive mode, and in that I actually think there's a real bid to a employment because there isn't really that many ways. Now, you can without just getting completely ripped apart put money to work, and so the the the real ernest capital allocation strategy has left for most CEOS is to actually buy things invest in things try more things. And all of those I think lead to net employment. So in general kind of constructive in bullish and I don't think that this idea that there's a permanent unemployment class sticks around. Freyberg what are your thoughts? Honestly, a lot of Americans work in retail You know we obviously have all these restaurant workers who are out of work and? Travel is now hitting the end of the furloughs at a lot of these different airlines, etc. What your thought on this unemployment. Middle. America. catastrophe. I don't think Happiness comes from. You know absolute standards of living I think happiness arises. From One's relative standard of living whether that's relative to how you lived last year or how you're living relative to your neighbor and and seeing some progression over time is the only thing that keeps people happy. It's otherwise society decays. So the notion of some sort of flatlined or even flat lined inflation adjusted basic income level for a large number of people will inevitably result in kind of what we're. Trying to prevent, which is you know some sort of decay societal decay. We have to resolve the the opportunity framework for people, which is, how do you give people an opportunity to kind of progress in their lives and earn more over time and have access to doing more with themselves while they're here on planet earth I mean that's just what humans need. So you know maybe there's a short term fix but. I think we've got some structural things to fix to kind of enable opportunities and people kind of an inherent Kind of step ladder in life I heard a really dark theory a few years ago, which is if we do this, we're going to resolve to a world where we're going to have a bunch of people playing video games because then the only way you can get people to feel like they're progressing in their lives just to give them more medals on their video games and give them a higher ranking and score, and that's where it society kind of gets to to kind of keep people psychologically satiated. And it's a pretty dark. Sad place if that's we end up, it's like a bad episode of Black Mirror. But we've had a few episodes of black mayor this year. So you know we'll see ready player one with a masters were playing video games instead of actually going out in the old totally sacks. What's what's your thought on? You know just the next two years. Let's say and how this all shakes out an and this will give a good segue into the corona virus and where we stand right now with this potential second lockdown and the impact that might have psychologically on people and also on the economy. I there's going to be a second lockdown. It doesn't make any sense, and even if there were people aren't going to support it certainly any of the. red states aren't gonNA. Do it. I guess the Blue States may they haven't you know sort of down maybe that gets more protracted in places like California but but it we're not gonNA go back into lockdown and people want support and I think the thing that we basically figured out that shouldn't obvious months ago now is that coronavirus is really liked to different diseases in terms of its effects on on people. So for elderly people and for people with risk factors, it's very dangerous. You know I'm very worried about my parents and you know for people in that group, they have to take extreme precautions but for young healthy people without risk factors, it's It's not been that deadly. It's very unpleasant. It's very bad two weeks but but you know, for example, you look at the data now on. on colleges coming back There's been some reports that the virus is spreading like wildfire on college campuses. That's true that hospitalizations and deaths of knock on up and so because it's not that it's not that deadly to to to younger people and so I think this idea of shutting down the whole economy to protect people at risk to seems like overkill and I think had to do it all over again, we wouldn't have done lockdown we would've protected at risk people. we've still consistently had a thousand deaths a day thought this might go down where your thoughts on Americans just being okay with that. That basic death-toll sacks well. Any is is obviously bad and tragic and you know, and statistically there are going to be people who die even who are in the. Group so for sure but you know, but we've had about Chore Thousand Ask the Original Estimates from this virus were two to three million. So, it's I guess my point is not that it's not bad but it's you know but that it's Much, less. Deadly than was originally thought, there was an argument that that's not deaths directly attributable to coronavirus right and that. The vast majority of of those folks had co morbidity and that you know the the primary driver, this is an argument many have made. I'm not going to take a strong point but you know eighty five percent plus a folks have significant co morbidity. and you know this virus may be Kind of has a contributing factor to their death. But if let's assume everyone in the United States had corona virus today than every death that was reported today would be reported as a coronavirus death. And so they're testing a lot of folks. In the hospital finding that they have corona virus, it's you know it's very difficult to prove that the reason that they died or the sole reason that they died was corona virus. Presented Freberg where would you put it half? If. You didn't guess but that's my point is I don't think it's one thing right I. I'm not sure that it's someone goes into the hospital with coronavirus and they've also got severe diabetes Heart Disease Cancer There on chemotherapy I mean you could list the other things that they might have what caused their death. You can't as a coroner it's very difficult to say this one thing caused the death but when they test that person they find. that. Their coronavirus positive that number is now being counted in the statistics that say that was the coronavirus death that day and Corona. Virus is so prevalent in the United States right now it's such a significant part of the population. It's also very difficult to say, Hey, guys like you know deaths are. So I, I'm not trying to belittle the fact that people are dying and they wouldn't have died if not for corona virus that is absolutely happening. But it's very difficult to say what is the net effect on life right now learning a lot about how this virus interacts with different people based on their genetics and based on their disease state and other factors. Let me ask you one more way and then I'll I'll give it over to timoth which is. Free break in your estimation as a scientist and somebody who's a I would say a man science the call here. Are you optimistic about US coming out of Corona virus in two thousand and twenty one in what's your best outlook for a return to normalcy if you had to pick a time when it feels like we can go to a warriors game or play cards regularly or go to the world series of Poker Wendy do you have a time period? We think that could possibly happen. It's all politics and social behavior. It has nothing to do with science like. After, nine eleven there were no more serious like terrorist attacks on the United. States but are fucking lives change. Dramatically we go sit in TSA lines and get our asses swabbed when we get on an airplane now and that's still going on twenty years later. So I'm pretty sure there's a lot of change that's here to stay in the US because of Corona virus and will be even after everyone gets vaccines Modeste Garoppolo ten a day and Yada Yada. So. I'm not convinced that this is like, Hey, here's the date. WE'RE GONNA be out of it, and then we're safe because people are psychologically scarred. Behavior has changed. Businesses have changed the landscape of how we work as a society has changed and that's not going away. So it's not like we're GONNA go back I think it's like we're going forward into a different world where we operate differently much. What happened after nine eleven where what's your take on that? China. I think that David's right that. Were but for coronavirus I, think a lot of these people that died would still be alive and so I don't think it really matters how much of the blame we're trying to ascribe to it. It's just that it was a meaningful non-trivial contributing factor. So these debts are avoidable and we have to deal with that. The second is I don't think what we know what the peak to trough looks like because we haven't really gone through real full blown flu season yet. You know coronavirus came to America at the tail end of the winter and it's going to be. I think tough to figure out what is going to do in. November December January February when it's really cold in many parts of the United States and. whatever affects again, we still don't know it into tolliday, but whatever effects of the warm weather had imbuing it or whatever mutation muted it May change. So I tend to think it's another eighteen to twenty four months of this posture but Freedberg is really right which is like this is what's so sad which is when you could point the finger and look at somebody and say you, you're the 'cause it was much easier to react and create rules and create boundaries as uncomfortable as inconvenient as were live by them, and because this is more nameless faceless, it's impossible. So all right. Well, here's some good news I was able to acquire I've been on a little investigative journalism kick asking people if they have access to rapid testing. Kits I have them in Korea and I was able to get and I'm curious your thoughts on this Friburg the Rapid Response Liberty Covid nineteen I G G slash AGM tests cassettes and they cost fifteen to twenty bucks each and they take ten minutes they're easy to use Mean, I've had those since March and they cost fifty cents each so These are. Available though in the United States you had those from. Some other country correct. I. Got from China and I got from the US and I got from. Korea. and. These things are just made everyone and they're like. These are the anti accurate, right? Yes. Yeah the so there's a paper that was published at Ucsf I. I got an acknowledgment because of my donations to support the research and showed that it These tests have actually very good specificity and the sensitivity is is going to be call it eighty five percent. But these are antibody test and and further research has shown that not everyone has the same antibody response after getting infected, and there's a relationship between how severe the diseases for you and and various other factors. So and these will only show up typically you know days to weeks after you get infected the antigen tests, which are the more common kind of ones. That everyone's looking for now are these tests that can actually find the virus itself, and so they'll take a swab, your nose or some saliva from your mouth and see if there's any virus in there and it's a much much lower sensitivity than the PR test which you do expensive. You know lab tests, but it can be done on a stick and it's a good. Thing for letting people into, say a football game. And our good friend of ours just texted me and told me that they are doing this at the UT Austin game. They're using this antigen test to let people into the the football game today. So this weekend. So, it's getting kind of more widespread use. And so when we have those tests, that scales, what will the world look like Reeburg? You're just like the TSA you'll get swabbed and you know these things are great business to be in by the way if you guys. WANT TO SPEC Korean. Antigen tested these things are going to sell like. A company that. I heard of through a friend which had an Israeli company. I never followed up on which was effectively a breathalyzer. which would be, could you just imagine that would be incredible right? Just while they're eating seconds we've talked about this in our chat group there are there are startups like was a coudl commodious Q. got these little. You know two or three hundred dollar little handheld readers and the cartridges are basically mouth swabs or lower nails nasal swabs you know cost ten bucks and I think you know I think they'll be there are gonNA be rolling out over the next few months and assuming we can scale the production of them. I think they will be everywhere. And you know I don't think it'll be government mandated things. I don't think the government will get its act together, but it'll be the kind of thing where you go shopping at a store whatever and they'll they'll be early adopters or restaurant they'll start using it. People will realize what way. I don't WanNa get swab three times a day. So then they'll get some sort of like recede voucher they can take with him to the next place, and so I think I I'm actually like I. Think I'm more optimistic than you guys about covert right now I think that whether it's because of these rapid tests or because of treatments coming or dysfunctional fact about co morbidity again, not absolving not not saying they covert is in serious but this the fact that we've learnt that it's you know that it's it's really deadly primarily for people who have more veggies I think for all of these reasons I think cove is GonNa be a distant memory by next summer I really do I think I think too. Was that you giving behavioral changes as well like businesses and movie theaters to listen to the rest of the podcast search for all in with moth Jason Sacks, and Friedberg available across all major pod casting platforms.

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Kim & Kanye threaten former bodyguard with $10M lawsuit,Lori Loughlins daughter slammed as clueless and tone deaf, Prince Harrys ex speaks up about fear!

Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

00:00 sec | 5 months ago

Kim & Kanye threaten former bodyguard with $10M lawsuit,Lori Loughlins daughter slammed as clueless and tone deaf, Prince Harrys ex speaks up about fear!

"Below. And by. Or sure. It's. Allow low welcome to the North Moniz Show I'm your host rob shoot bringing you all the celebrity gossip Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday joining us. Today is a special day. Dixon is back in the house though. I am here. How are you brought? To you missed you, too, so you left new. York City at the beginning of the pandemic go home to Atlanta. Yes, I'm back in Georgia. I'm in a small town called Grove town. It's a cute, little southern space. Yes, so I'm here with my family and my adorable nephews and living with my mother. I Love I. Love You Obama I know her well. Have you been managing to do your job? Though have you been managing to get gossip dilemma hitting the phones and emails? Of course you know, I'm always on the phone, and now that people have time. They're just calling me with all sorts of dirt. It's great. It's really interesting. I thought during the beginning of this gossip would end I, wouldn't. Wouldn't have any more celebrity gossip delay I live quite close to each other, in Manhattan and we meet for drinks, and then we run around town and getting celebrity scoop all over the place we SORTA tag team people, but because we can't watch anymore. I thought the whole gossip world would end Elena I was wrong. Actually got better because people are home so bored that neither returning my cool. It's amazed. That seems to be the case. You know okay. What time is it delaying? And okay, so the big story of the day is Kim and UNCON- Kim. Kardashian and Kanye West have threatened their former bodyguard with a ten million dollar lawsuit, so this body God called Kaanai, a neediest, the moodiest and the worst tipper ever teams E. A. Now reporting that the couple's lawyer, a sent a cease and desist letter to him, threatening him with a ten million dollar lawsuit. If he doesn't shut up, he made these allegations to DAX atoms podcast. I love those guys. They used to be a DMZ, and now they're started their own podcast. That really funny. Listen to them. It's called Hollywood or raw and. Bella came in. As lawyer is saying all the claims are false and defamatory career. The bodyguard has now gone to be a producer, so he is doing a movie. Yeah, and that's why he's getting all this attention. What do you think about this? Delighted you think came in. Congress will actually go through with this and sue of. What do you think I don't think they will sue right now. There are so many more important things on the table however. Cam, Kanye I know you guys. You have to create drama, but this is not the one listen. This guy is trying to use you to get some press. You know if I bring up their names. Of course, people are going to record about it. He's got a movie coming out. Listen I. Think you know you're the one who taught me. If you want a story to go away the best way to deal with it either to keep your mouth shut or to lean into it basically say. About timber, the food wasn't that great. I don't tip when there's no good service on Kanye. I demand perfection. Just. Ignore this guy if he's not getting pressed. He's going to stop talking to you and find another way to promoted. Him A BIG STONE And DAX's podcasts short backup to number one. I'm livid there ahead of me us in the chargers right by they deserted, but This threat of lawsuit now let me point. They haven't actually sued yet. They've threatened and they've said he has to shut up, so they don't mind what he said in the past, but he can't say anything else get this. The former bodyguard turned producer now has his own PR team. He has his legal team and they are fighting back. Saying the letter from came and conyers lawyer is unwarranted, so I think they can keep on talking about this I think you're right, mistake county, and if you're listening, hello, the best thing to do is just ignore them. Them this brings us to our poll. Question of the day Kim and Kanye has threaten their former bodyguard with a ten million dollar lawsuit. Should they get the money? Yes, or no vote on our twitter page at not nice raw or our facebook page, naughty gossip, and be sure to check back tomorrow to he your results misty. What are you working on well? You know we're going through trying times right now. So Laurie Laughlin. Of course we know her because she was part of that college scandal war daughter Olivia, jade we've heard a lot about her. She's kind of getting a reputation right now for being clueless and tone us about whatever it's going on right now, so you know. Of course. She wants to be a part of the situation that we're going through right now with Mr. Floyd and she spoke out about using her white privilege to combat racism. She basically said. You know there's a need to understand for white people that it's not enough to just be against racism. You hear people saying disrespectful things. You need to correct them, but she faced a lot of criticism for this because they're saying. She's the definition of white privilege. Her parents use their money and their status to get her into college without her doing the work it's. Right is wild. Can I. Can I argue and you tell me I'm right here? I said why I'm treading Catholic. Because I want to be very respectful. I always want to be respectful, but I do think at the moment we should really think about our word i. think hear what she's saying might be the right message, but from the wrong person telling. Telling White people or why people saying that it's not enough to say we're against racism. We've actually got to do something i. think that's a good thing. I just wish he had come from her. Who let's remember? Her parents got just two months in jail I. Mean They really are the poster child for privilege at the moment? What do you think Mister? So interesting and like you said, this is a very delicate matter. I've been getting a lot of calls from friends who are Caucasian saying I'm not sure what to say. I'm not sure what to do, and the advice I give is yes, if you see somebody saying something disrespectful when you get that opportunity, and they're making a joke. That's just off color thanking the time to say you know what that's not right. That's what leads to people protesting in the streets not. To sit up. It's not funny anymore. Tell you friends to stop to Mr Mrs. Great Advice we've got a story to. That's breaking in London. Prince Harry's ex is actually talking about fair held her back. How many with this name mistake I think it's Cressida? CRESSIDA bonus. It's not over it it. It's such. Beautiful, too so she dated Hari, from two thousand and twelve, two, thousand fourteen. She did go to the wedding, so she's still friends with them, and she's speaking about being labeled the Iskoe after the Royal Romance ended, she told The Daily Telegraph that. She thinks that term is very narrow minded as an actress and she works very very hard. She loves what she does. She adds a fear of failing and of rejection, and not getting it right or not. Being perfect has limited her misdee-. Worry about not being perfect to hold you back. Of course you know being an girl myself rob you and I have said so many discussions about this about times that I'm not willing to take a chance because. because. I'm afraid of the consequences, not necessarily failing, but sometimes succeeding look at Megan Markle. She actually succeeded right. She said I'm going to take a chance. I'm GONNA data apprentice. She wound up marrying him and it hasn't been easy. There's been a lot of pressure and failure. You know being this duchess I mean. She actually gave up her titles they because it was just so difficult, but if you don't take the risk, you're not GonNa get the reward on this i. add the fail taking the chance. The not to have took the chance a tool I think yeah, now I would take the chance, and even if I'm GONNA fall over make a fool of myself which I do a lot. Okay! We've I've actually got better with it as I get older. WHAT THIS DESIRE TO STORE! You're working on this. I love this story. What did you? Oh! This is hilarious, so there is a designer. His name is Virgil. Abloh works for Louis Vitton you know and he wanted to. give money. He wanted to donate to the causes that are happening right now, so he donated to the themm power community bond fund cool of course dealing with George. Flow Cora tests. The thing is he said how much she donated and it was fifty dollars, so you know. React to that gets jazz donated fifty dollars you work for todd. Bag starts at like three hundred I! Believe. Paris Song Saloons Tom for fifty dollars. Three donated fifty dollars and people are outraged I read the tweet. Somebody said the following mistake I can't believe you donated donated more money than you did. And I'm unemployed. Somebody else had literally dude I, isn't it? Is it a thought that counts the fact that he donated? A lot of people are judging him including you and me Mr. we didn't donate, so, isn't it? The fact he did give? Give money isn't that all that matters the amount important. Well, you know the thought does count and every single penny hells, but if you're going to sometimes, it's important not to say that you've done something just fifty dollars. Of course I should mention that he issued a lengthy statement in which he says he's donated twenty thousand dollars to cause across the nation. So maybe his. You know his strategy as I donate fifty to several different. Gets a little piece of the Pie I never giggling. I feel like a little strange about this for me. Fifty dollars is a lot of money. If I die tonight fifty dollars, or if we go out for drinks and I, you fifty dollars worth drinks. I feel like I've been really generous. I guess it's all relative. If I was the chief designer Louise Vuitton, probably making hundreds of thousands of dollars a year, and maybe fifty doesn't seem that much, but I don't know on this one I think that people that didn't donate. We've no place. No place a tool to talk about this this story. I absolutely loved so John Legend. He's my favorite. You love him mislead, don't you know? He's one of the nicest guys in Hollywood Matthias and time. And he's always nice. Oh my goodness! He's never been made. He's always been I remember once I was interviewing him and he's like how come to the bag you know as with a friend and we were working on this story and he was like ladies. SIT DOWN! Some water. You guys are lovely now. He's wonderful. Sort similar experience whenever you interview celebrity at an event or a red carpet often I just to do the job. They really want to talk to you. John Really really does seem as if he's interested in your suit. He's talking about his friendship with Kanye West, it's had lots of ups and downs. John Just said in a new interview that the relationship has been strained, but not because of their political differences rother life is taken them on a different path, so johnny saying that. That this has nothing to do with President from Congress in Wyoming. John is in La. He calls it. The natural cycle of life I've had this happen where people are being very close with people. I've worked with you. Leave a job and you don't talk all the time anymore. Maybe it's not all you buying it. And I a stay on buying seek has its John Legend I'm GonNa, buy it, but this is his way of being extremely kind and extremely nice and saying. We're in very different places in the world about how we feel about the current political. And I just think it's best. You know who my wife is. Chrissy Teagan? She's very outspoken. I'm just going to keep my distance and Luckily Konya's in Wyoming John's as so they are physically keeping their distance disciplined. John. Say something bad even about kindly Iowa. You're absolutely right. This is John. Legend debts. He just doesn't say anything beat. This is actually probably this. Again, we're going to take a break and we Kennedy Right. Welcome back to the Benicia with my friend Misdee-. Let's get to the ball polls. Very, official mistake so on the last show. We revealed that Kylie. Jenner is freaking out over billion fraud claims from Forbes magazine. She's not a billionaire is what Forbes. Magazine is now saying. What do you think about this? Does this actually change your opinion of the family? Yes, or no? The results are in fifty four percent said yes, is this change their opinion now? You think they're fake. Fake forty six percents said No. It doesn't change your mind at all Let's have a look on our facebook page and see some of the comments. Dale Hollow Gale N-n-no can't be bothered with them either way, so you doesn't care less about this family. Jason Source Jason Jason Jason's being sarcastic. Jason said this confirms the whole family as always been totally honest and transparent, so not Jason. Thickness the does this change your opinion, or is it just telling you something? We've already known for a long time about the I believe this is just part of the car Dash Ian Motto. Is What they do. They put some information out. It's starts to lose steam. Put out a new angle to it. I JUST WANNA. Say Kylie whether you're a billionaire or not. Maybe right now is not the time to argue over the fact of whether you have you know a couple of million dollars or a billion dollars? There are some things going on in America right now. They're much more important so. You know what you just go into your back-room. Count your money again. Maybe in a week or two we can discover you're right. Mr Forget to vote on today's poll. You can get to our twitter page. Not Nice Rob, facebook page, naughty gossip, and be sure to check back tomorrow to hear your results and now a nicest of the day law mistake. I'M GONNA. Talk about Shawn Mendez and Camila Cabello Utah. They have been spotted taking part in the protests, the peaceful protests over the weekend in Miami Florida so they took to the streets to the coastal city to walk in support of black lives, matters, and to speak out about racial injustice, all in honor of Mr, floyd was murdered by four COPS IN MINNEAPOLIS MINNESOTA. Worrying Mask, which is still important, we are still an mental pandemic. My sources told me they really wanted to take part in the peaceful protests, but they didn't want to make it about themselves so actually. The Masks Soda helped they could. They could blend with the crowd quite easily. They were spotted a little bit, but I think they even had homemade signs, so they really blended in here. They wanted to use their voices like everybody else in America. Huron nicest of the day. And now I. Listen to you and now I noticed of the day. Not Not not not not so this is quite controversial. Beloved Jeopardy, hope host Alex Trebek's is fighting cancer. He's been very very open about that now. Some new pictures have been published. Of Him without his week on and people are very very angry, so a Paparazzi took a picture of Mr. Tra- becky was bulled at the time. He wasn't wearing. These week or account is undergoing chemotherapy treatment. He was taking out the trash and he's is the Daily Mail, a British British outlets. They took the pictures they publish them. A sensational headline to did not go over well mysterious this right over wrong. It's absolutely not right. You know this. He didn't shave his head because he's doing a role or because he's losing his hair of just because of life, he's going through chemotherapy. He's dealing with cancer. Somebody there needs to be a little bit more sensitive. I'm sure he looks amazing. He's a rocking his bald head, but it's his decision to make whether he wants people to see that side of his life now when misdeeds caught with older gone. That's on me right, but we're just you know I'm glad to see that. He's healthy enough to take out his trash Lisa. WHAT WE SHOULD BE CELEBRATING! He looks great in the pictures, but you're right. It's his choice. If he decided to walk red carpet or do the show without his wig. That's his choice. These feels a little bit creepy Iran naughtiest of the day. It's time for a moment alcohol. You get a rob you getting a rob. I wish I could give you call I know I. Say show but I do we should. Listen, to this positive change. Doesn't feel positive at fast. In fact, change really sucks fat I, said it. It's not easy so when you changing something. It's really hard. It really is something you have to focus on. It means you really have to do the work? So if change was a easy and felt good, everybody would be doing it. There's a reason we're not what I promise you. It is worth it and so all you we stay. We love having you back. So, glad to be masked to so much. That's it for today. Thank you so much for listening to the News Nice. Rub Show a production of I heart radio and don't forget to subscribe on the iheartradio APP. Apple podcasts or wherever you listen. Leave us a review. Remember together now if you go into north. Take care everybody welcome back. Thank you. It's. Nice. 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Intentions for 2020

The Nod

00:00 sec | 10 months ago

Intentions for 2020

"Hey it's Britney hey it's Eric we've been making the nod for more than two years now and we wanted to know what questions have. You always wanted to ask ask us. We want to answer those questions in our first ever Ama so tweet us at an art show or email us at the nod at Gimmick Media Dot Com. Ask US anything and you might just hear the answer on an upcoming episode but today we are getting into one of my favorite things we do here on the show. Oh our intentions for twenty twenty. So is that time. It's a time and one year beginning of another time again. Talk about our yearly intentions. I have been doing yearly intentions since I think. Twenty twelve or twenty thirteen. Wow so I've been doing in this for a minute. It's one of my favorite practices of the year. I get to sit down reflect on the year that just passed and think about the type of person that I would like to be areas where I wanNA grow. Things are not so good that I wanNA stop doing do less of in the new year as a Scorpio one of our big like big the big themes of our sign is actually death and rebirth. Yeah and so every year to me feels like an opportunity to be reborn I and I love love it. I Love Rebirth clean. Slates changing it up. I love it so this is the third time we're doing this together on the show two years ago Mhm You said like I just WanNa go discount shopping more and go to the movies. Those reporting the those are things you do anyway. I know but those were important. I needed those at that time at that that time but last year you actually admit it because I rose into the episode recently. You admitted that you were not like as into it at the end of two thousand seventeen and a twenty eight year like okay. I'm going him. You have fucking goals okay. You had intact. John's you really came with three. Yes I was a willing participant then. I'm a willing participant now. Still you know you know me. He's still reluctant. The cynicism is always ever present. But you know I'm here I'm willing. Let's let's let's do a yeah. I had I had some before. They no actually. I think we should. I took some notes actually on the on last year's episode online on my consensus on mine I remember a lot about yours. You actually accomplished pushed a lot of the things that you you put out there. I did you say you want to travel. I wanted to travel more. I wanted to challenge myself in doing things I ah. I typically don't do or things I would typically be like hell. No I'm never doing is probably a better way to put it in. The third was to step out of my social circle into like make make more friends So yeah I mean. I definitely traveled more. I'd actually travel more this past year than I ever for having my life literally I've flown more. I hate flying and y'all don't fly with areas. I hate it talked to it but I did a lot. I have to also say to. You mentioned specifically four places that you wanted to travel. You only go to the Caribbean South America. I want to go to Africa. KINDA WANNA Europe. You literally last year almost unexpectedly right at the beginning of you. Know you're GonNa not at all went to Puerto Rico yes S. South Africa. Yes and you also went with me. Yes and many people at Gimblett spotify to Stockholm Sweden. It was is great. Yeah I I like the Europe trip was actually for me. Probably like the most like Whoa Erica. Different land you know like fish shower water. Whoa what is happening here and it was it was it was really cool like it was really cool to see that I think going to South Africa I went to Joe Berg and I went into Cape Town? that was the best trip of the year. Yeah hands down like it was. It was when I was thinking about what I wanted when I travel That was a trip where it was was like. It was like that realized learned a lot. I met people I saw and I really just got to kind of like sit. You know. Sometimes you go on vacation and you're like you do gotta do that. Yeah and it was a little bit of that but it was a lot of just like Oh. I'm in this space. I happen to be talking to this person and I'm having a really interesting conversation on being challenged like it was it was amazing shoutout to South Africa. Shout Joe Berg Shutout Capetown thank you. It was definitely like a life changing trip in terms of making more friends. I definitely made some more friends. Listen I was dating relationship for a while. You know it's it's been. It's been a big year for me in terms of like doing things. I don't typically do an and pushing myself so yeah I actually did realize a lot of these intentions still need to go camping. Camping haven't been camping. I did not take a dance. AM class but I did dance. He did dance high base though. That's part of it. I never got a pantsuit like I said I was going to do. I never got extension well no. I didn't clip INS. I didn't get a wig. I did get I my third. Time's a charm getting box break. You did. I'm proud of you. Yes I haven't seen like going to like not my actual hairstyle to get my hair braided and having abysmal results. Now like terrible like I remember those days one time and my braids were so tight on the firm I had. This was six years ago that I couldn't function at work and I had to call in sick the next day to go to a different brains lawn and get them to make smaller looser braids in front of you with box braids pre this year. Yeah Yeah I will admit it was like I don't know if I've seen that scene from clue where Miss Scarlett is talking. She's like flames at on the side of my face is it's just yeah it's like that is so yes so this year I got them and I have my sales to them. If you need someone who does amazing braids in color Alicia Luciano the hair artiste. She killed it and I was actually able to like have fun and enjoy styling my braids. I could sleep which previously previously hadn't felt like an option when I had box praise that was like something fun that I did. I was like it made me feel like a young person so I did not get a wig. We've or Pantsuit by doing accustomed pantsuits. So now getting any pantsuit now like I have raised my sights on like I'm going to a manifesting a custody instant manifesting. I mean just music save the money and eventually I will buy the one thing I did do though I wanted to like feel comfortable spending money on frivolous things so when we were for in Stockholm for work but we also often. I was walking down this street. In like the old town in Stockholm it was really cute. Like cobblestone and stuff. I like that and I saw this huge like storefront window. That was full of fucking copper. Teapots I mean. It looked like something out of a Disney movie. It was like a reference reference photo for like beauty and the beast like one of those little shopkeepers at the beginning when they're like Jewish shit like that like I lost my mind and I was like this is the shit that I need. I walked walked in and I saw. They had brass teapots and back. And they were shined up. It was a heaps of them and I went and it looks his huge pile. Brass teapots for the exact time that I want it and that it was the first fucking thing that I bought when I was in Stockholm on taking this deeper home and now the sits in this little sort of like open window thing. That's like my you can look out when you washing Russian dishes Emma kitchen into living room and I just sit the teapot right there and I look at that Shit every day. I love it so much. I love that fucking teapot. I love it. Do you make eight t in the park I would. I've considered it is like the pot. Has this incredible. Handle it sticks out from the side like this. She has a win. Handle could hold this this shit over fire. Would I prefer to do is to actually use on an open. Flame GonNa Happen. But I'm seeing it. I could put over an open flame when you go camping camping with you and I don't think it'll be good idea just saying that I don't think I don't think that's good. It would be me okay but something that I said that I was going to last year as I soon owned it. I did do that actually paid off a lot a lot of my student loan debt by she. It feels like I said I was going to celebrate and accomplish more which a Mike I guess. Maybe like probably wasn't I didn't cringe Um when something good happens -partment no. I didn't like having breakdown so that was that was good but the thing that I also said I was going to do which was assume that things are gonNA work out fest. I like actually Kinda Kinda worked. I mean if you think about like you know we went through this whole piloting process to be able to get it our show show. We have coming with Qube. Yup Stay tuned. This destiny spunk on. You mean April six. Yeah But Yeah we had to go through piloting process and it was like their parts of it. That were a lot because we're doing that while we're also doing the show but I feel like I actually mostly kept an attitude or I was like. Oh this is going to be fine. You were very positive very positive. I mean I I feel like I was on brand I was asked. I was going through it but you were consistently positive and you you know your credit you you were like. I'm not worried. Actually think you know I feel I feel good about got it. That's good. It was actually helpful. I'm glad you know that. Would that would be so. I'm I'm glad to those things but I have some exciting things cooking this year but I would like to hear your first intention so I actually only have to. There's like layers underneath Like an onion yeah so it sounds hyperbolic when you say like Scorpio's one of the big things like death and rebirth which I guess means you sound like in your normal cell. A Scorpio's have gas spirits spirit. But I think next year the reality is we were going to be doing something we've never ever done before and I actually don't know like what life is GonNa look like you know what I'm saying so I like intentionally did nines make a bunch of these because I didn't want to be too prescriptive. Yeah that is also a change. I was GONNA say that's offering like so. I'm trying to intentionally not over work. The plan okay but my first intention is actually to cultivate my own creativity more so so I think I've said this on our G podcast for culinary is growing up by not necessarily consider myself a creative person. You know when I was. We're going to Howard. I was like Oh business. Business business to be that guy from entourage. Yeah I wanted to be like yeah. That didn't full man at age. Twelve like I WANNA be a talent agent and I was just not I was just not that guy but through in fact the advertising work done in through making this podcast. I'm realizing I actually. I am a creative person. I consider myself a creative person. Consider myself a creator and we're going into this this a new year this new venture and I really just WanNa focus on all the ways. I can like push myself to be creative whether it'd be for the show or for whatever just like in regular life I want me being creative to be a default and I want to support my interest as it relates to my own creativity. So I'm thinking about taking like a writing course. We're like even just like so a lot of times. I jot down ideas. Never really come back. I want to kind of come back to them and then choose one and go deep. That won't be the thing and I'm GonNa nurse that to some sort of like new place. Yup Yeah so yeah I think I I really wanted to kind of lean into my own creativity and challenge myself with that like you know what are the what are the thing. What are the ways? I can push myself to be creative creative in his cooler way as possible. And Yeah and how. They're presented stuff so yeah that's one thing I'm excited about. Two to explore my own creativity. What do you you intend to do with one of one of the things Okay so I tried to find a more creative way to put this but my first first intention for twenty twenty is to have a me first attitude This is a change. Yes yeah so. The thing is if you had listened to our recent episode with Bassey key. Yes right bossy. Pure wonderful book. I'm telling the truth but I'm lying. Name the thanks. That would've been weird. But yes but yes when I when I talked about the The book is about her journey journey with living with mental illness. And one of the things that came up in our conversation was just sort of like feeling like other people are depending on you and like feeling like you have to fulfill all of these things for everybody else before you can like take care of yourself I routinely and consistently will. We'll put things that other people would like from you to do. Might want me to do questions that they have things that they need before things that I actually actually have to do for myself and I think as things are getting I think next year is going to be intense toys going to be intense so we want to be a good way. I mean I feel really lucky to. It's like we have this really exciting opportunity and also like I am still engaged. I'm still planning my wedding location. TVD You know. Those are two really big really wonderful really exciting things. But they're still. It still takes a lot like a lot to actually like be able to keep up with them and like I wanNA give my best. Because wedding planning I mean wedding planning or preparing to be married. I guess it's like part of it is like you know picking venue and the date in like the menu. I have yet to do those things but the I think another part of at least for me is also thinking about the things that we want to do to prepare like as a couple yeah to to you know start our family and I wanna give those things and also the project that we're working on like sort of the time in the space that they deserve not be feeling like guilty or feeling like my mind is divided. Because I didn't say no one I should have said no to anything or I really should have done this thing for myself instead of like answering some emails. That could have waited or something like that but just like you know me I. It's in all senses but like I can. I think me I is is a decent attitude for my own life. Sure Yeah I totally I actually. I really support that. Accept the things I asked you to do. That's what you but I think when you don't get the time to do the things that you need to. You don't take the time to do things that you need to do. Sometimes I even stuff that you wanna do just stuff the need to do. I know the I will end up resentful and I don't WanNa feel that way. You know what I mean people that I like people. You're doing things for exactly exactly and I. It's like it's not even like it's not even like the thing you know what I mean. It's not the person is not the thing I feel like because I robbed myself of my own own time and energy to pay you know what did it say payback Peter. Paul Mary. I don't know anything. Rob Peter to pay Paul. Yeah Robbing Brittany to pay every damn by the else and so could then. I ended up in a place where like not only am I tired or feeling tax but also then it's like an area of my life where I really WANNA be present. I sometimes feel terrible because because I'm like I have not one to give so I wanNA take me. I approach in my own life so that I'm not feeling like Ghalem When it comes time for me to like do something that actually my heart of hearts I really do want to do with in for somebody else? That's good I like that one. My last one is to my last one is to is to continue and step up my like prioritizing of my own personal life if that makes any sense so I need I'm sitting here like you really got my attention. You heard you heard a little bit of it last last yes year you know I was like I wanted to step out social circle to make new friends and I definitely have done that not as much as I would have liked. I think it's interesting like certain intentions of my actually made like making my social circle bigger harder so like traveling. For example. I took a trip a month. Basically I think November was the only month that I haven't gone anywhere ends. If I'm gone somewhere exactly making a bunch of friends and give and take AAC love those trips. They were great. But you know the reality of of you know the way my life is like have a chunk of time as eve eve. Time is protected and realistically the Way Work Works. Have a big chunk of time. That is work in. That's you know protected. Yeah and so like my my my time is like third already off. Yeah two thirds are gone. I have a third I can fit to do whatever I want and then a lot of that is probably sleep allows a lot of this. Yeah but I think I want to focus on all the different areas of my personal life and making sure that I'm using that third in the Best S. way possible so you know I want to continue to make new friends. I about a month ago. I went to a party I was invited to by somebody. I didn't actually know that. Well I just went and and it was cool. I met some folks actually still been talking to those people And so I want to continue to do more stuff like that. You know maybe I will take that dance. Classes Assis here. Maybe I will go camping And then also just like even up dating. I WANNA continue to like pay attention to that unlike. Cultivate that as something. I'm intentionally essentially doing. Yeah intentionally as in my life I WANNA make sure that that my personal life is is the one I actually want. Not just what I'm with you know I see I see. I see like you're GONNA be intentional. Preserving that time supposed to like figuring out getting the scrap when you get it and then figuring out what to do with like a lot of times. I'll sit down if I have a free night at five on that free night. I'm like what do I do you know like. Am I going somewhere you can text. You know like what is what is happening like wooder. What is happening happening streets and that that is one way to do it but like the reality is most of our friends are like in their mid thirties? And Not in my mid thirties. Okay all all right fine early early to mid thirties. Okay and usually in general you text five o'clock to see what's going on going home. Yeah and the you know it's like it's already kinda showed up so I want to be more intentional about like kind of all those things and making sure that protect that space in that. It's it's one I'm I'm doing things I have like really I really want to do in. That are helping me advance those goals. I think it's good. I think that's really nice really nice. That's good I'm honestly. I'm really impressed. With how much you thought about these thank you. Thank you for what it's worth again. They relate pretty directly to the things that I have been doing. Well you know I wanted to challenge myself to push myself to do things and you know the reality is like if feels most comfortable to like BMI own home not around people and then you you realize like there's a point where you have field that cup of like okay gone some risks I'm I'm caught up on TV. would like it could some interaction with people coupon stimulation. Yeah and so I want to think I think a lot more about like. How do I want to do that? And what steps. I need to take to make that fruitful. So what's your last one. Okay so the last one is twenty twenty. I'm going to talk questioning my piece so Yeah sometimes I try Out Different methods of energy practice and healing Acupuncture Hamill Chris. It's like me and Spencer Pratt Iraqi Iraqi Iraqi moment. Yes yes yes yes yes yes actually the breeding alright. So actually I did some breath work with Mario Asja shoes on the show the episode breathing as out. She's a black energy worker and she specifically does a lot of stuff with breath work so I decided to go to one of her classes and took a friend. The whole thing was like expansion. We were in the middle of kind of figuring out this whole qube situation and I was like film I was feeling like influx about it and I was was trying to find like healthy ways to like deal with just like not you know certain uncertainty now and so I was like you know this better than drugs so in two different breath work I I I went to class and it was like just you know it's just here. I think it's about the gunfire and everybody sat in a circle. It was like primarily people it was like literally all women if people color. I never did anything like this in my life. Sounds like let me see. I don't a lot of things you know. They're almost like this. I never did anything that was quite like everyone's sitting in a circle. Land your back and breathe those new experience for me so late in my bag. Did the breathing. It was really cool and when I sat sat up at ruined sits up and then you get like a few minutes to just like write down some things that sort of came into your head like as soon as you get force thing that I wrote down was. Don't don't question your piece because one of the things I thinking about was I did. Not feel churning anxious stress about this opportunity that now has obviously turned out great I didn't feel that it was the first time in my life not even like adult life like in my life that I didn't feel like sickening amount of anxious stress about something that I really wanted and it was so weird it was is like because I didn't have that really shitty feeling I was like something's wrong but then like I woke up wrote that down and I thought about it for a few weeks and I realized that like there's nothing wrong with not feeling bad. That's actually the stated goal in general. You should lie to not feel bad. Yeah and it's like I just I was so used to the feeling out of source that like not feeling bad about something thing that was causing like I feel like some anxiety like as far as uncertainty in like had hopes for how things turn out but like I realized that like I felt a lot of peace about the situation for me that meant like I actually felt good about my life regardless I feel good about my life I feel good about myself and whether or not it worked out I was going to be fine and like that was cool like that's something I've been working toward for a long time I- Rhinos I'll be up in therapy I've I've seen all types of energy workers I'm not religious I don't go to church but family does and when I go home I go to church pray with everybody I love it I love it I try to meditate journal whatever I could do not feel crappy all the time so if I'm feeling peaceful about something and I'm feeling ease I shouldn't question it because it's like I've already paid for it in my thirties thirties so far have been great twenties. Were a fucking dumpster fire just like dealing with a lot of that just baggage and stress and trauma and all that that stuff like I've worked really hard and so it's like I should just like enjoy it and not be feeling like there's something being wrong or there's something missing if I don't feel like a ton of stress around this if I'm feeling good about it now I should not look for like go out of my way to try to make myself feel bad just because that's familiar. That's that's a that's a great point and it's like one of those things is this thing I was talking about this with Our mutual friend. Jason Jason Jason Shadow. Jason and this year has been. It's been like a doozy. It's it's actually been like on the whole it's like net positive Super Napa like hardcore. Can't deny it. Yeah and you know I was talking to house house. And that's that's strange usually it's usually. It's it's in the red you know it's a net negative. Yeah but I think the thing where we kind of landed in the conversation and say like you know our twenties were a mess. We're making all these mistakes. We were just like trying shit just to see if it will work. See where where were you would end up on top dated men. So what's what's worse. Sure I'm just saying add to that the everything that I was up against. Yeah but I think at least within our within our circle. I think there's been a lot of work by everybody to like work on yourself self. Yeah what do I want to do with my life. Who Do I want to be? How do I challenge myself to be that person and I think we've all been kind of like doing doing that for some years? Now and things are starting to pay off like it's like where's all this coming from. Yeah Yeah it's like even but even like obviously there's the professional stuff and we've been working really hard at that but even personally you know like if you go to therapy consistently in theory telling you gotta start to feel better. Imagine imagine if I hadn't gone for for the past seven and a half years but but yeah like you know it's it's one of the things I don't question your piece because at this point you've earned it. Yeah it's like you're being pulled in too if you really listen to like all three intentions Tavassoli back-to-back you're being pulled it but the thing is honestly my thing. Is that like so many of the practices that people use views for different types of let's say healing methods or even just like religious practices. A lot of has to do with a lot of the same principles like spending time around people that care about you spending less or no time with people who treat you poorly trying to be nice to other people taking time to have quiet time with yourself editor with with your higher power learning to listen to yourself and like as a lot I feel like dial up your intuition but you know I think a lot of a lot. It is very similar thing. So it's like you know my thought is just like anybody who's making sense in like has some nice loving things that they want to put out in the universe universe and they want to share that with me and I can afford it because you know then I like I'm like why not and why not try and you know share the things that I you know. I like to share some observations. I just think I just think I mean for what it's worth I I would say like even though I'm a I'm a born skeptic. I think like to that end. I do respect that. All these things provide provide this for people you know. And it's like one of the things like I've I've even se- I've tried to like even loosen up how I Participate in those things. I've been playing laying around the strategy. I'm fucking wearing a necklace right now. Astrology jewelry every day is not like a boy. It's not like yeah. You wouldn't know it was like no but yeah you know. I think as I've gotten older I am realizing like you gotta get it. How you can you know if it's therapy? If it's like astrology of his breath work ricky. Whatever is helping you get through that? That's that's cool so yes you have beaten me down rub off on how far no no is where you hear skepticism in my voice westbound participating because because I do think there's value there so thank you look. What do they say? If it don't apply fly. Yes yes that's showing my attitude. My you know now if you wanna like this is something I thing tried. I'll give you whatever personal caveat. You might need you. Tend to need a lot of personal caveats you know. I don't know if you need to go the integrity and the the spherical building that I went to in the desert and California. Many people have been there. You think it sound healing and it is but you do sit down and they talk to you about how aliens landed there you know. I don't think the campaign you can really can't like we did a fifteen minute. Drive of they are just letting you know. Okay no I generally like I. You know if it doesn't apply letter fly but if you're getting something out of it I that only makes only makes me happier. Life is hard. Being adult is hard so you know you gotTa have something on that note. I WANNA here. I think we both want to hear all of your intention. So you're thinking about what you want to expand into for twenty twenty so please let us snow like what do you want to do is. Do you want more time with your family. Are you thinking about doing some traveling. Do you WanNa get into prayer. I don't know let us you know what you WANNA do. You WanNA play. Maybe learn how to play sport. That's not something I would do but I think that there's a lot of room there to enjoy yourself and I would encourage anybody wants to. Yeah try something like that You can tweet at us at an odd show. Ross on Instagram at an art show you can also send us an email. What does the email address? It's been nine show at the g mail address and I know that's not it.

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Captain Marvel - Vol. 1: Higher, Further, Faster, More

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Captain Marvel - Vol. 1: Higher, Further, Faster, More

"All these favorite plot device of girl in fucking box. And why? Why is it? My favorite Pfizer, Allah star. I fire. Find this fatal pop point effort. Nerd on everyone. Welcome to nerd on the podcast. You didn't need but deserve for all levels of nerd are. Welcome them. Even if you had an accident gave you creep hours. And now you have to use them to defend earth and the universe habitants and all of the galaxy welcome here too. You're welcome here to vibrating poisoning. Exactly more specifically. That's right. If you identify yourself as one earthling as one Cree and as an adventure. Yeah. Identifies the flourine well. I see that. Yeah. Yeah. So if you haven't guessed today's episode is going to be captain marvel comic book volume one volume run volume one. Further faster, more writer, Kelly, sue Connick, and the L astray illustrator is even look David Lopez. If you're near the show, thank you for watching. Of course, you can listen to it. I meant to say thanks for listening on apple podcasts bury the lead their little bit. And if you are veteran we are now in video. Can head on over to your local YouTube channel. Video. Plastered on TV with the exception of Corey powers course, one Corey powers. He is a way he has a face off for podcast. Don't put them on the air video cornerback. Stage left there. He's he's a north California right now remote promoting in Washington. Oh, you goes. But yeah. I am Corey Caitlyn. I'm Tom Ali. And I am Josh in this episode is brought to you in part by our patrons over on patriots. You guys allow us our patrons? That's what I mean. By you guys allow us to keep doing this show and to keep growing to keep expanding. And all that good stuff. That's the reason you can see us right now, we just keep getting higher further faster more. No. Thing. It's like a thing. But yeah, if you are new to patriot patriotic essentially like a membership service, you subscribe to your favorite creators say I dunno nerd on. And what you get in four it as rewards is you get bonus content. You get dischord server access where you can talk to us and other fans you get access to us. Trump limits on boundaries. But yes. Sure for me. Even a little bit of of how we require upset when we record it. Mhm? So yeah, you can head on over to patriot dot com slash nerd on TV, and you can get all the all the information over there. Yeah. So Tom Kreisky question is this a contained piece this is volume one of marvel now and so with marvel now Marvel's big statement over to DC as we don't do full line. Reboots DC's known for final crisis infinite crisis Neva to rebirth and those are their re those ret cons. Yeah. And marvel doesn't they say that we don't do that. What they do is. They do these little one volumes. And they're like, here's everything you need to know jam packed in a store that kind of gets you like this how you should start. And so like, I may not know everything about Carol danvers. But I know what's her business. I know how she is a character, and why should read it. So to answer your question of the nonpolitical way. Yes. This is a contain story, but has further on adventures this issue run. Contain stories then quote, unquote, finished lip contain story. We get to rate one out of five based on how good or how much we liked it with our qualms favorite characters. Z if it's someone like Caitlyn who tends to like the book, which I do. If it's she'll read it five if it's Josh. And he reads a lot more like image in DC vertigo. He might be like could use a little bit more black and white and a little bit more monologues. From my characters he might re like a four point nine. But still makes him the grump of the week. Does gonna see since we have a rating system that allows us to. Yes. Yes. That. Look like. Oh, anyways. For everyone. That's at home listening or watching. That's new the show guests that grump is a segment where we are rating it one out of five but beforehand before at the end when we actually throw a ratings, we get to guess who do we think is going to have the lowest rain, so please join along right in the comments above blast inside DM's. When who you gonna be? He's paper. What's your rating for it? And then you know, it exists in the internet. So I will I always explain so I will choose who will be my vote for the lowest rate, and I think that is going to be Corey. Every time you pick court for anything. I feel like it some sort of cheating thing because you in core. You're like oh cheat on him all the time. I do. I know exactly what you're doing. You can't even see it any knows. I I'm gonna I'm gonna guess, Tom. Dot done. I know I think it's going to be great Corey Joshua. Okay. Okay. Ali middle Kaelin. Don't don't don't. Let's see let's see. So to on Corey one on Caitlyn one time. I'm gonna say one more on two on time to Cory Cory went on. Caitlyn Rowena see to the winds. Here. You heard it here, folks. I folks. It wasn't an English. But you heard it first. So after guest cropper going to go to our complete spoiler of that initial reaction. It's a logical next step. One hundred percent what we just did. What did you think per Ma? No poor poor for me. No. Porvoo Corey Porvoo Corey. This is actually my first like solo captain marvel Konak read I have read things with her in it, plenty of times. But this would be my first one, I think this was a great story of really great introduction to the character for people like me who are kind of millier. But don't really know what she's about outside of the team ups, not not uncultured, but just not initiated, right? Yes. Correct. I think it's a really great jumping off point for anyone who wants to get into comic says a whole there's not a whole lot you need to know about really going in except for like who ironman is. And if you'd less you haven't heard anything about marvel in the last ten years unless you've turned off TV for twenty years, which is. Story really coherent. And it really gave me an idea who the characteristics. Tom myself for me. I've read some Carol Denver stories. I mean, I've I think I haven't read anything that really surrounded around her in like civil war to which is not the best compared to the regional civil war. But I knew Carol danvers mainly statement Amelia's miss marple who gave who sell a fucking com book to savor of fucking life. And that's why she got thrown a lot of X men con books, and then wrote took her powers, and then she went to comatose and then. Competing in the background because we don't know how to write her, and they made this, and now she's talking awesome. And now, she's real. So I read this, and I'd like to me, it's the thing about volume ones of or one six three yet for everybody home there three three of this particular. So with this all contained story. It's very it's very first act in the sense of like there it is. Here's the story. Here we go in space, and it's like, okay, cool. And like, it's fun. It's enjoyable in. A you know for better for worse. And I think all you'll say for better. It reminds me very much like a of any type of phase one marvel one movie answering much like Kula had a good time. It was worth my eight dollars or. Well, let me say the last thing, right. It's like here. It is right at the end. I'm kinda like I wanna see I wanna see the sequel. I wanna see what's going to. Hit a little bit. Because like this one just kind of really gives you the sense of the character. But not much of the world around outside in volume. I would say because it's very much about flare driven return. Anyway, the whole cover. To me. I would say feels like an face to movie in the sense that you're not great. Yeah. In the sense that you have established characters that you're very excited to see. Okay. Onscreen returning to me. I had a lot of fun with this book. It it reminded me of the MC use the closest comic that have read that feels the closest to the MC US far as tone in far as like the way the characters were presented in some of the jokes in the humor. I think paralleled that really well, especially when the guardians come in the picture our in country. The same country. So that that Barbie liked. I mean, even to the point where I was like I was starting to seeing the. The event. On to that was going on. I love went in there. And I liked getting a good sense of Carol Denver's not just from like, a strictly perspective. But from a character perspective of like, let's set up who this character is what us about she live who she Dayton where she lived who's dating. And then more about herself like like the struggles that she's going on with his character. And how that translates to what happens in the following events. I like how a lot of inner monologues are not like, how do I save these people? It's more. Like, what would a good person do? And those are like, it's it's fucking cliche. Like the three hundred line. What was a Hindu? You must ask yourself. What does a good man do? Josh. I like the book. Well, no, I again, I'm like Corey I I have experienced captain marvel but not to where it's all Kevin marvel all the time. She was just a character in some of the comic books that I've read and this was an interesting experience for me because of that past experience because you get to get into current experience in this current experience life experience, and then you realize time is just an illusion. No. A construct. It's concert cast the thing about when when a character has their own story. You get to learn about the character instead of them just being aside character, you're like, oh, their personality, their, blah, blah, blah this. I was almost thrown a back. But from what I understand econo- kinda change the character a little bit revamped her a little bit to make her a little bit more spicy so to speak. She's got more. Spicy put it. She's got some SAS which I liked. I I got a few pages in and I was like this is not the captain marvel that I knew, but I'm totally okay with not my captain role that I knew went to time experience of the time. Yeah. Times the concert has has not sponsored by time. Yet. Then there now. I really, but again, I really enjoy this. Because it was it was a new take. It was like, okay, cool. It's something different. And I really enjoy fresh air. Yeah. Of the world. Caitlyn? So she didn't. She did. I read this without knowing eighty thing about captain marvel other than the little star and shaping showed up. And and the trailers I mean, that's it. That's all I really knew was like the end of the movie when the beeper and. Yeah. Okay. This is the beeper. And then I knew about the religious trailer that we watch. And that is all new so I read this. Completely blind. No, I didn't wanna read anything else because I wanted to read it if this is supposed to be a good introduction. I wanted to have the perspective of someone who this is my real introduction. Go see the movie next week. So. So good this in preparation. Yes. Yeah. So so the first time I read it. I was like who the fuck is this what why is she did she she? Okay. She got zapped. But who the fuck is Tracy why is kit here what's going on? Like there was. I mean, the throws you in didn't feel completely foreign like it's still kinda had that it did it in such a way where you feel cozy like you're in that scenario, and I wasn't. So like left field felt like I was in the the acquaintance friend. The got brought to a party where I don't know anybody. But the friend is doing their best to introduce me to everybody just enough surface level introduction to everybody where I'm like. Okay. I feel kind of okay being here right now. It's that's a that's a. Good and bad spot at the same time. I guess that comes from marvel not hitting a reset. There's the double-edged sword. Right. Yeah. So with DC there is that feeling they reset everything. Like, why do I read those stories then they have if they're just gonna reset them? So marvel continuing that it's it's it's rewarding fans. But then it does make it slightly harder for newer people to kind of jump in. Well. They find that medium. Somehow, I feel like an part of the fun thing about reading it. The first time was to me comic books are like a spider's web. And every juncture of the web like when you read one comic book, you're you're seeing like the different the different aspects that kind of keep that juncture there. So like in this you have iron man, and you had gardens of galaxy. And you had these other things that were keeping this juncture together. So it was like making more sense to me as it went on felt fitted it felt fitted because it was nice. Those were like the latter. Half was much more fun for me because I got to go understood that reference like. Exactly. Say like, I you know to add to your ideology of the web. I would also trying to think of it like a Jackson Pollock painting a bunch of splatters of paint of different colors of paint. Because some of them don't connect and some of them do connect, right? And also some DASA just by itself at some fucking everywhere. Yeah. And you're like what? Because because web it kind of gives the promise of like everything's going to be connected, right? When it's total never promise that you'll never there are reasons why fucking REBA have anyways. No. That's cool. Yeah. Yeah. Good. Initial good initial reaction with that initial reaction. We'll do a brief synopsis sizing, which fervent homes first time here in that synopsis of the story as you in what the fuck did he say and the back story the character as well as the historical reverence of the the comic. So we start six weeks ahead or our current time. Six ahead of where we're actually gonna start reading the story and Carol danvers is with a rag tag group of aliens trying to find someone that they're that they're looking for from another alien planet, and then she gets caught by sewn from the Spar tax empire. And that's always see. And we're like what the fuck is going on. That's how you feel. They'll say six weeks earlier, it's on earth and she's flying around with Rhody who's in the I m patriots suit, which we all fucking hated. And I man three because they just mislead. They just use that shit, so bad anyways. It's cool to see it anyways. And we find out that they have a relationship and iron man's like, hey, I think there should be an adventure. That goes to space with the gardens a galaxy. There should be a rotation of vendors that works alongside should sword. Shield is like the on earth defense with enhanced people and superpower people, meta human TC thing. So enhanced people's repair people and sort as space, we're like, the satellite that offends against out other worldly things, and then I think the best pilot is Roti and she's like oh fuck now. And she tells Rhody hell, no tells Rhody at this little birthday thing at a air bear force hanger, which obviously they both be piloted both hang out there. And she says I need to go. Fly need to go do. Do that thing. And he's like a loving asp boyfriend is like do what you gotta do. He's like if you're a bird. I'm a bird. Yeah. And so she goes off and starts. She flies on this jet with an AI that she ends up making friends with Harrison center. And a cat, and she meets the gardens galaxy hilarity ensues because rack raccoon wants kill the cat because he thinks it's flirting cat. Flirting cat, interesting radio Catholic. No, that's a flirt. And that's what to think hilarious sues the land up on the planet that she's supposed to finally be Ono. She finds all these favorite plot device a girl in a fucking box. And why? My favorite Pfizer, ala Sar, fire fine. Fater pop point effort. Valid point. The evidence. And then she's like, I don't know what I'm doing. I gotta kill you guys. But also my planets dying. And it's like, okay, let's go saver. She's a little girl. So they go to the planet, and they see all these people starving that shit. And it's like, I know sick. They're like, oh, man. Oh, it's an adventure. You guys helped spark tax when the builders were destroying planets and show that that's like we helped Spartak flicking asset here who just in dishonored of spy is Jason Jason Jason is star Lord's father, not ego. Kurt russell. Every MC you. I'm like, okay, we're just flex its they're run fucking relax still telling the story. So Jason who is an asshole of the sparks empire is pretty much like we got to evacuate all these sick as people off the planet for reasons. And no, he just moved them there and the empress aka ma'am, is just like, I don't know people want to stay here. I do wanna make the move. I don't know what the fuck do also asking them to leave their sick behind. Yes. And Carol, Dan, I can help your your outside. Don't belong voice that I thought that. She would. Yeah. Yeah. They had this court and then one sect of alien races. Like, hey, look our suits help us stay alive. And also help your sick, people will just stay, wink, wink, nudge, nudge, tap, tat foreshadow and later on they're trying to find any way to Bill jets and ships off to get people evacuate off the planet. They end up having to. Chase off people going to other planets, and that's where we end up on where we first started six weeks ago. We end up finding out that there's a big plot that despite tax army found a vibration, your mind inside the planet that these aliens are now dying on because they have bringing poisoning there mining it an old fashioned way that doesn't protect anyone. Yeah. It's so fast, and it's killing everybody and the aliens who are in the suits who are willing to stay there for a long time or the ones that are doing and the the Spar tax Jason leads. They wanna line their ships with that vibe Ania making them. Yeah. They wanna make that get this menace shield share. You know, like they wanna do that shit ship. Yeah. A fleet, and it's it's all of the remnants fleet of because their feet, the Spar tax fleets was pretty much depleted after the builders war and the builders was a big alike. Cross, you know, multi class event happen complex. And that's what started the marvel. Now thing ends up. Everyone finds out what the fuck and plot is like oh my God. They're trying to evacuate everyone. So they get mind everyone correctly. But really don't give a shit about people and the empress is like Joe Santa front people. And then she tells kept marvel like if you're going to stay pretty much, you know, rebuilding the lines. If you're gonna stay you're not going to be an adventure. You're not going to be this. You're going to be kept remarkable. So catch marvel fights them off ever gets together. They fight out the Spar tax empire, and Jason has to leave Iraq blastoff because kept up the mind. Yes. And ends with catcher marvel leaving being a hero. And everyone loves her and ends off to her later space voyages where no man has gone before. Yeah. But yeah. So where the historical context of this comic takes place. I would say it's very much in the middle. This came out like in early two thousands. Okay. On your sheet of the notes the made ten eight twenty fourteen twenty fourteen thousand. In the early two thousand early two thousand ten is. Yeah. So close of the two thousand centuries. The funny thing is I think of it like if I was still in college than it's lower early. But actually this is right about the time. I moved to LA. So it came out little round the time like so civil war came out like very early on before this point. So at least like several years. Okay. And miss marvel. It was just Carol danvers was like captain Marvel's sidekick AK Jude law and pretty much just like the page. It shows in the fucking combo of like there's a cre- machine and gets her DNA on shit. And also, she becomes miss marvel like pretty much still a sidekick and catch marvel actually dies of cancer. And because marvel the one thing you can't cure is fucking cancer. Even if explodes its song gets beheaded you save them cancer. No, they die. May not even deadpool can escape cancer. Which true? And so later on again, she was in a bunch expert complex fucking silicon you're gonna say eczema movies. Yeah. But then later on after the events of civil war one where she was like iron man's actually second Lieutenant like she became captain marvel. And then she started getting reworked as her own character in not living under the shadow of marvel. Which is why it's called me marvel wasn't. She miss marvel as kind of a homage to. Yeah. Yeah. Homage Ammash Romansch, whatever do for mosh, and this was during marvel now. Right. And so this was kind of like, hey, everyone. We're gonna start all the numbers all over again. And it's not a it's not a line wide reboot. So all the kids aren't going to start from scratch. But all the numbers are started one. So conduct people were like, okay. It's number one. I should be able to pick this up and not have any type of baggage with the new readers like, oh, it's number one. It's probably going to be like beginning middle and end. And i'll. No fucking knowledge that but as we've read, and we can see like this is pretty much like here's everything in the first like ten pages. And then they to new story. There is not to confuse when there is a new miss marvel commute. With the black lightning. A Brown girl in her. She like shape Shifter bodies. He's fucking really dope. The thing. I really about her character is that like she looks up to captain Marvel's. Oh my God. I want to be like a mistrial just be miss marble. And now's really like a really empower empowering thing. And it's a really cool thing that they did with marvel now as well as marble two point. Oh was that. They got a lot of women writers in there to write all their fucking women's Uber, heroes and all them just really adopted this ideology of like fuck and be a hero. Not because you have a sad tragic backstory, but be here because you wanna be hero 'cause you have bad asset. And so like we saw with this and other complex gwi- spider. Gwynne squirrel girl. Kamala. Khan, all these different female hero started coming out and actually like leading their own complex, and like captain marvel this having her own issue for a long time. It's a big deal because like a lot of people got cancelled after like six issues. Yeah. So and now we're getting. Yeah. To what's done, Tom. Was this around the time when they announced the movie foot now was it before fourteen but one of the Innis movie. I don't know. I remember movie they announced it like seventeen civil civil war. Yeah. That was like twenty seven th. Yeah. Uruguay route twenty seventeen. Really? Yeah. The feels like it was longer now ago. No, no. They're like, oh, we might have this. And we don't know who the fuck we're going to have. And then I think after Kong skull island came out there like it's going to be below. No. But just the fact that the movies being made. Yeah. It was it was pretty recent. It was that one event that they had where they announced all the movies. So I feel like it was a while ago. It might have been early twenty fifteen I know what you're talking ended with an event, or if it was around the time that this came out that event that you're talking about is when they introduced Chadwick bozeman as panther nothing. Nothing about different event. Then that way. Maybe maybe right. I'm a hundred. That's the only time these announced it, and they're like, hey, look, there's an in humans movie like oh my gosh. October of two thousand fourteen the movie. Yeah. Began in twenty thirteen but fishery announced in twenty fourteen they didn't cast or starting Larson wasn't announced until late twenty sixteen at Comecon that part. I was later. Yeah. I think it's kind of like directors were announced till the twenty seventh reason I bring it up was because do you think that the hype of the movie the movie's inevitability kept us alive at all? Well, and as our audience might know, ironman, one Robert Downey junior fuckin-, Jon Favreau is the reason why marble like exists exactly because like the entire marvel company and all convex fucking bankrupts other than DC because they sold all the rights to WB, which was a fucking move because all their money was all there. But. Tans your question once they once vendors one came out everything was on the table there. Like, it's a scramble to get all the rights back and to make us may moves possible. So we can get our keep our rights. I was gonna say I don't know if the nouncement effected this directly, but marvel as a whole being as big as it did for shorted a lot of people are asking for it. And I think was the funny things kind of asking the question like, whether they ask for more, captain marvel movie or a black widow movie all I mean, I remember reading that they they wanted to make a strong female lead marvel movie, and I will you have a handful of them that you can choose from. And this was one that they they went tour. It's a because it's a new character. Yeah. That's that. They've already seen on screen, so it's more excitement potentially. And then to think it's because it opens up the cosmic universe in in such a grand fashion while I mean, the guardians of that in grand. Fashioned. But it gets to this going to expand on that. Right. It can expand the universe. Exactly. The funny thing the guardians other than rocket aren't in like, they don't show a lot of exhibition of knowledge of the universe that which is a little weird even Comoro like a lot for lunch. Like, I'm just cool. Fuck in Rafael shredder, dude. Like, all right more. We get it and like with killed average. It's like, oh, she has been in the universe for a while. And that's what I really look for her bringing that in house story was like why don't you just connect once you just do these connective -ly like when she was telling you, Bruce brand like your fucking idiot. It's like I love the idea that there's always going to be smarter and more in knowledge about that. It's a period piece too. Because it's like you could fill in that time in between regardless of what happens in like endgame, or even the captain marvel movie you have like a chunk of time that if you really wanted to you could dive into those movies. To another. I mean, but here's the thing. Here's why this conversation is kind of appropriate is that they're what I have read is that they are basing. It on this free license character on. You said that it's based on to Connex version, and you know, what's interesting because I reading into it is that I want to be specific as she likes her full name being used Kelly sued conic, don't you his middle name because she wants people to know. Absolutely. That is a it is a female writer. She got a lotta shit for this before it even was published like because tell it tell we're calling her in angry feminist, and they were like that's not that's not cap tomorrow. That's not Carol danvers and all this kind of stuff, and she just wanted to have strong women. And like, that's how you win a conversation and later, they're angry feminists, always works and later on. She was like, I mean, of course, I'm paraphrasing, but she's kind of like fine. Fuck it you want angry feminist. You want feminist? She starts writing your own comic called planet bitch planet, and basically it's like all of the the the women that don't follow suits to society's expectations are sent to another planet. The artwork is like pulpy seventies. Like, buck station, look and Phillips fucking dope. I would like to have her on the show sometime. So anyone the us Kelly Kelly's Kelly conic, so anyway, volume one so all real quick, obviously publisher marvel Costa to conic who is currently writing ghost for dark, horse comics. But yeah has been pretty much writing this series for captain marvel and avengers assemble for a while and David Lopez who is default on illustrator. So not only did he pencil and inky did both both that's B F E. Yes. Both and has been known to do a law longer runs on cat woman. And I'll new wolverine all new wolverine for anyone that doesn't know is X twenty three. Okay. Okay. So the girl the girl lady with the claws. Yeah. Does that bring us to favorite parts? That does bring us. I know mine. Absolutely. Wow. Over. I and I have to read it just because it was just so perfect her line. I just it is my favorite. I read that I stopped. I went back, and I read it again because it was just so fucking bad ass, and she captain marvel is basically talking to Jason's hologram, and she says leave now or I will find the other side of that projection. And if I live to be a hundred I will never come to grips with what I do to you next like this. Leery shade it Shakespearean to fuck you up a point that I won't ever be able to get over what I do. And I'm like. Towns jam. She's she's what the layman's call Bama. Jim few Padma Jonah, and I will sassy. I mean, I I like the whole the whole book. But that that moment I was like fuck. Yes. Fuck. Yes. Yeah. That's pretty cool thing to say. I didn't quite understand it. I I was like we what she say. Like, ooh, Hello. She going. Fuck. Fuck him up. Ceylan? What do I favored parts was Tony stark and her talking while eating? Well, no, I just like the casualness of like Spirent homecoming beating I loved that. I loved that up and just like having a conversation. And even there being like, excuse me. Are you really talking right now? And they're like shish, the adults are speaking. Yeah. I just has mall time to what they fought. Yeah. The cool things. What this does a lot of combat writers use this mechanism of like to superheroes fighting like fucking random does villains to establish like, they know each other. They've been knowing like the this fleshed out team has happened. This is a parallel to work together to work together. And also gets gets you a little bit caught up speed of life. Oh, this is where they're in the relationship. It's kinda like if Batman and like, Tim Drake is finding under the okay? So Jason's or dead, and we know night wings, or they're. So like, I five different things have happened. Yeah. So okay. Civil wars happened Aaron patriot. Okay. So them. Yeah. They means Norman Osborn array became, okay? I think. I wasn't necessarily aware of that. When it was happening. But I was like, oh, this is a nice little conversation is actually like me that point that click point where I'm starting to be like, oh, I kind of get what's going on. Now. That's probably another reason why I was like, oh, I like this. I mean, like, I someone like quote, unquote, me, right? He was like ran all the complex. It's kinda like, okay. No. Where this tastes place in timeframe. But then for someone that's never read anything. It's like, okay. Cool the friends they know they're on the same side hate each other. Like, you wouldn't see this with punisher? And I remember like, they don't hang out. No, they don't fuck. Hang out fair. Another favorite part. Although it's kind of silly. I guess was when they were like it's five brainy. I'm I was like I. Really great three away. Thanks, buddy. Helping Corey what is your favorites? Poplar can cat the cat part of rocket. I've used the last like two weeks I've used nothing, but flirtation. Yeah. It's it's my favorite my wife. And I have just a read that the day. And now, I just referred to my my cats. So yeah, I mean that seeing the guardians was fun rockets. Always a lot of fun. I liked whenever she I mean, I love how her her mask looks. Cool about it does. Yeah. It does form you could see it. I'm gonna call it swishing on twitching off yet. Haakon hawk off. Yeah, we have. Interpretation of sounds like one of my favorite favorite for some reason that made me audibly laugh was guil- punching her every every other. Yeah. Exactly, no mistake, then Bom like audibly made me laugh out loud. But yeah, I think she's just bad ass shit. Like, I don't even think this comic completely encapsulates her power. Not all know. She's she wants. I was kind of surprised by that it that. I would say that this is more of a Carol Denver's coming than yet in America, captain marvel comic in that. Like, you see your power. That's all there. But it's like it's not what the books about. It's not what I will add onto that. Because the first time I read it. I had no idea what she could do. Yeah. So when things happen. I'm like, please. What can she do really of like? Yeah. So it was it was interesting to see. So she can access this form it's called the binary. And so like she literally axes like cosmic power like enough power to defeat like galactic and like make cloud now. Make fantasy bitch. Right. Like real comic van was like the movie Thanos. It's fucking weak shit compared to comp then Josh. Angry cloud anyways. And yeah, like she doesn't do that in this conduct which I think is cool because like to me there's a lot of ways. And I'm gonna say is wearing the shirt DC reaper shirt. There's a lot of ways this could end up be like a bad new fifty two superman, look where a lot of times. What happens in a lot of times that happened in superman new fifty two bucks was like look how fucking straw, his like one of the first panels like you've been bench pressing the entire earth for twenty eight days. It's like why I don't fucking give shit. But also he would destroy the universe with the flick finger, right? But like all like, they use that to establish like, okay? This is how strong is. But also he can't be at to place at same time. Right. This one here just very much like you don't get to see his upper limit of of upper limit of her strength. But you just get to see where her minds and how she responds to things. Because how much power she hit that vibration with and stuff? Yeah. Because at know where she could've just went binary. I'm gonna destroy the entire sparks fleet. And it's like the at once you just fucking do that. But then that's like plot. Right buying time. Yeah. So it's like it's like it's like will. Let's just fucking have the story. Yeah. I think those I'm okay with those things where it's like, why don't why isn't fucking Adam Warlock hair. Then it's like, okay, we'll fuck and relaxed. Right. It's like, and that's what has to happen with these cosmic power beings who are like semi omega level. It's like, well, why don't you just do that power? And it's like, well, they don't wanna kill everybody. Yeah. You gotta that's an that's where they were clipping writing in the plot to where it's like, okay. She's not trying to destroy the Cleese trying to buy time for them to like destroy, the minor whatever and find their own independence. Yeah. Because like if she does fight their entire about a for them than the sparks will just come back. Yeah. Yeah. So. My one of my favorite parts. I think it is possibly the intercut between the empress and smart tax talking. And then all the stuff that's going on with Carol danvers on the planet. And then there's a final frame where a stays in Spartak's like it is my will the empress wha- why he's like because it's just my will like like the thing is like she he was like normal size to her like throughout the entire conversation. And then he just progressively got bigger and bigger and bigger turn to the fucking majority mask fucking moon size. It's like oh God. So that part I really liked because it made him like a really cool villain like someone that I'm a little removed from because I don't get to see him at all. But also, it's like, oh, I know how much of a Dickey is. And how much he deserves his upenn's also come in. They did a really good job of kind of having this line throughout it of him being God. And then I love a person who thinks that are gone. Oh, yeah. And then getting screwed like a bug. It's fucking y and fuck fucking three hundred love the main villain. He's like, I'm kind. So you must kneel to that shit fucking love those kind of villains because like I can't wait. Yes. Waste coming. But I also liked to wind up in some way. Carol Denver's like, oh, I can't be an adventure. I can't save them. But I am kept marvel. I am a hero of earth. And then she has entire monologue. It's like, I am Carol, Dan Rutz of earth and baba. And then she's like I'm going to fight and then she puts on the Haakon helmet. And she fucking. Unlike goes after the fleet, which is like it was it was the moment where it's like you hear the music swells. Aw, she's gonna fucking go like go like the penalty had pulled up. A little little hearts flying thingy. It's a it's it's the one panel where it shows her like it's all seemed out, but it shows her like flying into the fleet do the little weird circles far. Well, no, that's not why not why. But could look like she was just she was just one place. And then like she's like, but you can hear that little flash. Like, she's going mach speed. And then she's just like. Book to the fleet, but it's like a heart. Yeah. Saying that me really wants to be at a heart. And it's. It's a heart to heart with your favorite part only. My favorite part was pretty pretty much the beginning here, and it it made me realize that I'm gonna like this book trying to find it. She's talking to Rhody about having to go to space, and she starts having an inter inter monologue. And you start to get an idea of like why she's going like why she shows to like be the wanna go or whatever. And there's this one panel that we like this real quick there's an instant of fraction of a second before the world catches hold of the to know the pretense of that have you ever seen a little girl runs so fast. She falls down. There's an instant of fraction of a second before the world catches hold of her again a moment than she a moment when she's outrun every doubt and fear. She's ever had about herself. And she flies like that was like pretty powerful. And then she proceeds to fly off precedes the fly in that moment. Every little girl flies. I need to find that again. So you can see that she's felt this at some point in her life, and she needs to feel it again to get her clarity. As a as a character. And so to me that was her like she even says like after go find out who I'm supposed to be who about get some perspective. And then when I return back to earth, I'll have a better sense of where implying here. Which is oddly poetic for her for her character in history in comics to but. Well, yeah, I mean, it is kind of like she has to find her place because she I think for a long time and the coatings it relates a lot to how. Natalie Portman character, anyways, Jane, Jane, Jane, foster, like alive, her first issues was like, what would Odin son or do what would Odin son or do? And then a lot of her lessons were like your thorn. Oh, what would you do? And then it's mirrored with your favorite part of the end. Yeah. Where it's like, okay. Captain marvel of earth, and so this this makes me real excited for this character story and wipes. Oh Superstock for the movie. And why thinks she might be one of my favorite moral characters. But is because of like it's not about like. Yeah. And not to get too deep into this topic. But like wonder woman like peanut empowerment, I get that great this like it's more about just a human like, she's a human her societal things happen to be that she's a woman, and she has those problems or those challenges ahead are, but it's a human story. The the call contained the juxtaposed between captain marvel in like one room. I don't know. I don't think there's ever really been like a debate between the two it's a little bit more like storm in wonder woman, mainly because one woman kind of portrays wisdom because she has the Amazon, Ian, the gods stuff. She comes around really rich history of them, nausea, but kept marvel which I think a lot of people don't really latch onto. It's a similar story of Spiderman of light greatness being thrust upon her like she's thrown into a world that she can't possibly survive say, I would say I feel it's closer to superman, but not not from power standpoint. Obviously there's power perils there. But just from a standpoint of of like, not knowing like why you're stronger or or why that's important and having discover, okay. We'll then what do I do with my powers not knowing where you came from really not having that context. He had the fortress salted, thankfully. Yeah. Yet. See that. He could just like learn everything. But for me I in that same conversation. I always found your man is more of the immigrant story, especially the Joe. Immigrant story until like fuck in Brooklyn with her. It's a little bit more of kind of like, I have this power. And then what do I do that in that same since we're talking about? And it's like a little bit more of like I want to be hero. It's the Karuk things thrust upon me. And that's a cool thing in there is a big criticism that a lot of DC heroes have is like I have to do the right thing. And I don't know what to do and everything so duplicitous, right? This a lot of marvel and marvel now stuff a lot of the characters in that lightness and that tone that we're talking about with the they get praised, and they should be like heroes wanna be heroes. And there's there's a good thing about that in like there shouldn't be like, oh, you wanna be here? You're a fucking loser. Like fucking all of kick asses all about is about people who wanna be heroes. This is actually a superhero in a superhero world in in the greater galaxy where late and the cool thing is like in the vendors one. They kind of hinted on this earth is a place where villains go to die in. So now, we're going to take a character. And. Put him in space. So they don't have the fucking like belts or the fucking cage of like, I thought it will save me. Save me. The no you were one hero in the pantheon next to the fuck fastness of space. Yeah. The cosmic beings like eternity. Yeah. Living tribunal like good. Yeah. Good fucking luck. Yeah. And like the Nova force is like trying to fight off like things that you never even heard about. So it's it's it's a really cool thing. That's what I like about the cosmic universe in marvel. Yeah. It's it's way more fleshed out than DC's. Well, it feels weird way. It's like, it's less and more approachable. It's like more protocal because if it's still feels human grounded most most the time, and then feels farther away that it's like, it's more grand and more like Cosmo grandiose grandiose. And so I I really dig that about the universe. Specially if it becomes like a face for like concentration. I mean fuck instead that in humans thing anyways. But that would bring us to favorite favorite side. Obviously kept a marvel character yadda, but favored side characters Corey. Yeah. Without favorite catcher, sir. Kill he says. Okay, go go that made me laugh out loud. And I was like this guy. This guy gets me. Is he old white children? He's the big like. Katryn ready? 'cause he's iron patriot went super side character. Yeah. I did. I did it. Once you present character, not just to his being real good, boy friend. He's really Joe is governed going away for like a year to go fight in space like that's cool him so supportive. He says as Iowa say, you never wanna caught buck knowledge. Yeah. Yeah. When you go to college. I I could never kinda really figure out how to say her name, but it was the Queen Elenita Ellen needy. Ellena the. We lady. Sometimes I was like I didn't like her. But like later on she kind of she saved the cat. She saved the flirt conforming. And I was like, yeah. Yeah. I like Cobra hood. Oh, yeah. So cool. Yeah. She got upset who. Yeah. Yeah. I see what you're in charge. It all makes sense all Yali stone in free mime his mines rocket. I I just was laughing the whole part. And I thought it was. I don't know who came first. But I I saw Mike Bradley Cooper's voice was my head the entire scene. And I was like this is just gold just with the floor contained. Really? Well. Yeah. What did you guys? Think of you know, for those who have never read like these model complex and the guys galaxy. What you guys think of how Groot look like grew grew demonic. Very demonic. About is. He actually comes from a planet of of tree people who are super violent like barring warlord type people damn if I'm not mistaken and leave and everyone just thinks of the fucking little Teletubby looking thing. Like, it's like a really sorted sad past said because that can talk and he can only say I am Groot in the current Cas of shoes. He could only say I am group. He's regressing ill. Yeah. In the current one right now, he can speak normal. Oh, I think he's still talks himself in third person. Interesting normal sentences, but he's like angry says this call. Wow. So, but I'll fucking chains. They did that show with Dr and that should change because no one fucking everyone likes us quo. Don't characters like it's always funny whenever yeah. They said that he's like a he's like technically good monster in his people wanted to come to earth to like get humans, and and and study them and probe them and stuff. Yeah. Paper out of them. Wow. Haven't heard that story before. My you your Iraqi mine fucking Spar taxed at Jason. Jason thing is the reason why because he's so he's so well done and like I haven't read volume two volume three, but like from this. I would love to see like the feud go on between them like she's going onto her thing. But then like Jason happens to show up and then climaxes like she has to fight him except question for you who cast him. Who'd you, let me see face one time for some reason. John hands head. Oh, cool. Strong. Mark strong would be cool. You know who'd also for some reason just because what the facial hair getting like a little bit of a Tommy green range. Jason David Frank. All right. So they means have your down. Very cute fucking sexy. Too shit. I'll tell you what I tell you what that work. Qualms now. Corey said flicking. That's right. Quick quick Google search on and it's the stiffness of the vocal chords. Make it makes it sound. Like all they're saying is I am group. But we can other people can't pick up on the other sounds. They make so am I doing qualms? Yeah. Sure. It this whole story for me was just a little too vanilla. And that's my own baggage of being someone who has read a lot of comics. There was just nothing that really struck a chord with me. I guess I learned a lot about the characters hole. But there is no no real moment where I felt really excited about what was happening. So it was just a little too. Too much of an introduction. I guess, you know, there is no point where she used her powers where I was like fuck. It's awesome. Except to like punch the ground, really hard. So. Yeah. For me and vanillin the sense that they introduce these cool characters that I'm sure that use later on Gill and Jackie and stuff. But in the story, they didn't do anything like they introduced these really cool characters, and they kinda just flew their ships up to help her distracted number just kinda like I we did it. Yeah. I'll agree with that. Like, it definitely felt like a launching off point maybe more of a like act one type thing where because even at the end when it sort of comes full circle with your character. That's not the absolute of of that journey. It's a little it's like her first step and to realize. Do it left me. It left me wanting isn't the right word because it didn't make me excited to like, I gotta read the second one. It wasn't left with that. I was kinda like maybe I'll read it. But the first half for me was a lot more exciting. Yes. The second half really kind of plateaued for me only because I call that the junk like nine a bad way, just because junk food sounds bad, but called the junk food syndrome where like you can eat a shit ton of it. But you'll never feel full. Yeah. I didn't feel like there was a whole lot of substance to it. That's my big qualm. Very good. I wasn't like an agree. I can agree in a sense. It wasn't like break your head open so exciting, but I did want to read more. In fact, I started reading the the second one. So it's Mr. higher further faster to fan and beyond more. Yeah. I don't wanna I don't wanna come off as like every story has to blow my fucking mind. But I just wasn't what it does. But it does now. Yeah. I mean, I didn't really it felt very like volume one. I was like, oh, it's about one. Okay. I don't really know much about this character except for what I've seen. It's like, it's a volume one. Okay. Yeah. I don't have any qualms house. I would've loved to have seen more more powers. But I guess I'll keep reading. Yeah. I think it's strongest point was setting her up the I think cetera. Really, well and everything with her directly involved was fun to read in see what happens and all that stuff. But yeah, I agree with like the actual plot of it didn't seem very like I didn't feel the stakes as much at NFL kind of like a not. By numbers, e in the sense of like, okay, it's has a little bit of that fern gully plot in there just to give it beats to get to the next point checks a lot of box. Right. Exactly. But it's it's for what it is. I think it's well written and well told and well drawn and all that good stuff. Yeah. Looks beautiful. But yeah, I I definitely agree with that as a as a little okay blot, Tom. This is like kind of like, a marvel ish baggage I have and it's not like movies or anything like that. Like, I think it's kind of funny. I think it's cool because it's kind of like what DC movies are doing right now. It's like meta humans that's fucking thing. And then marvel movies like space. That's the thing. That's like the fucking thing. The reason to get you your your palatal wet in the complex. It's very much fight brain you vibrations. The fucking plot point of everything really like Makamba where doctor doom fucking took over what kinda like Black Panther. What he ended up doing is like some ex machen is bullshit made all vibration on the earth inert. And it's like now of what Kanda can't fuck and be a good like a top tier civilization now because its main source of monies gone. It's like we get it marvel rains fucking important shit. But it's like it's a cool midday conversation of like bitcoin. Right. Like what happens when the biggest currency in the world fucking goes away in the fucking Brexit thing. Right. So it's like that kind of stuff. It's like even lead into space where it's like vibe radium super important. Is it that important like fucking cosmic cubes and Finney stones fucking like a universal nullifies. And things of there's a lot of cool other things could have done like as guardian technology. But it's like, okay, cool. That was might one light majors like courses vibrate to TV fair though. Like. The other all those other cosmic things, but like for me, the current information that I have it makes sense that vibrant him is like the common thread because that's like what is attainable for these villains. And I love the fact that we're gonna wind. It was like that's fucking smart. This really is a cool thing. But it's like, oh, it's giving you it's giving you familiar things. So you can to batch on to latch on him by a little bit more of that investment to me the way I see bream in a sense is almost kind of like if this was like green lantern, right? And then we're falling one green lantern, and we went to a planet in the same thing happened. They're like what's wrong with the planet. There's kryptonite. Of course, kryptonite always kryptonite. That's kind of how I felt about it. But like, that's one thing. I've really that's like irked me. The most interesting now that you're mentioning it like I agree with that. But at the same time, I feel like it has to be right brain. I'm in this book because the guardians or any here ironman is in here. So it's like people like here's this new character that you should maybe care about surprising to me when it was buried him. Like, my brain. This is my baggage right? Fuck anointing about superman, you'll be like booking kryptonite, sucking amazing. It just makes me angry. Yeah. Like gives shit. Kryptonite Brady, I'm hip to this. I can be hip to catch. No. Invites people. Yeah. Yeah. That's my main thing because I really liked it. And the thing is I knew what I was getting myself into the volume one marvel now yet yada like again, these complex with like marvel now in volume ones and anytime volume with DC marvel image all that shit like they can fucking blow your mind, and they can fucking give you steaks. And that's one thing that I wish like no one fucking really died. And that's why you relaxed about to bring that who gives shit. No one's died who gives zero danger and MS model is not gonna die here. Like, I haven't seen one person die and also there's not one person stronger than her. So who gives a shit, right? But it's like what the fuck you to their credit hot as six issues right to the credit. They didn't introduce anything that would lead you to consider someone dying like, which is to its detriment. But also, it was at safety net was Gill and Jackie. And like, there's a self. Destruct button on this ship. Just showed them at the end next to each other. Like, we didn't use them. And that's a to me. I think it's a marvel comedy trope. Yeah. Listen to apptime, but I in in comparison to like green lantern, right? We saw Saint Walker and fucking all of the blue lanterns fucking die. We saw glomming die. It's like holy shit. I know this main crew may not die. But I don't doubt they might get maimed. I don't doubt they might fucking like not make it to the next issue takes. Yeah. And so there's a difference in play. Right. But it's it's neither here nor there. So it's like, I don't told it against this book. It just really kind of guided me towards like, I it's one of the things. Say about your mind. Yeah. I'll say this way. I think that's why the second excuse me. That's why the second half drifted off for me is I didn't. I had no tension. If felt like really up stakes for you to then if renting out onto so for me, no nine that. We wrapping up it just felt like it felt like almost like they were trying to force stakes for me personally. Like when she was making that speech. Yes, it was bad ass. But at the same time, I was like what the fuck is going to happen. Like, nothing's what are you doing? Why are you making this is gonna come stop? You know what I mean? Like, nothing's there's no stakes. No one's endanger. No one's dying. Like it. Just for me. It kind of took it away. They're nothing had happened at the halfway point yet with that figure like we're good. We get well I so from my perspective like her. Yeah. Well, your perspective, my perspective is that that like monologue. She has the end is is more about. Yeah. Well, it was, but, but it was more about like, the Ollie's favourite part of being like being that little girl that you know, I have that more you fly that was her realizing who she was. So that's why like I don't discredit that at all. It just wasn't. There was no it wasn't a crescendo for me. Like, I think it's supposed to be because when it happened. I was just was in potential. I think to be more packed full. If something more if there were steaks or something. Happened was in direct danger. I was fully expecting someone to be like in a lot of trouble when they weren't. I was like, okay. I kind of also at the same token like I kind of pre she did that about it kinda like where it's like, it's I felt that it was very much a story of Carol Denver's like her finding out like she's just deciding what kind of person she is. And this is. Test to compare it to another marvel thing, right? Like the old man Logan is not a wolverine story. It's a it's a Logan story. But that that same moment is comparative to the page snicked. And for me, it didn't have any sort of a stat. I didn't go like fuck. Yeah. I was like oh cool. I would I would even argue for a Spiderman movie that I'm like, it's not that great by fucking loves its homecoming. And it's the moment where like he's crushed underneath all the building. And he looks at the reflection of himself and he fucking Simba. Remember who you are the same movie, but he liked cries. Picks it up and you fucking swings out. Like, there's not that kind of moment where you feel like Carol Denver's truly defeated she was defeated in a diplomatic sense. And that comes across literally. But then there would have been like a into corey's Kwame light to improve it like if she had found that out while she was trying to save something that was complete false like misleading things like this plants about to explode. People are dying get them off. And you find out general the Jason's like also this was all the ploy. And there's no fucking ball, blah, Evans, gonna die vibrant. And she's like oh shit. I had a treaty Sam naturally interfere. And now I have to make decision to break the treaty become a hug like intergalactic prison criminals, and like save these people the same be dope. If like, we know she can take a hit. Right. So like, it'd be dope. If the guy was like fire fire at the at the planet, and all the sudden halfway to the planet the beam hit something with the hell was that? And it's fucking captain marvel and then. That is I'd be like fuck here. We go cassette of the most we really got that as she got like some she got hit like spaceship, and and the immediate response OC Cheech it like you don't that? And you weren't really worried about her either. Yeah. At the time, I love that moment. I still love that speech that just didn't have the weight. I think for me, I think that it was supposed to have. Yeah. Yeah. I agree with that. Do you have any qualms, actually? I have a couple the the like snake Kerley? I forget her name. I'm really bad at names guys. Jackie she had a girlfriend where the fuck did. She come from. I don't know. Like, I don't know. Maybe she was worth. Supporting that's fine. But like, yeah, I I had no when she just showed up. I was like, oh, there's let you said it was a side character character. Yeah. Character psychic during. There's just like no she there wasn't even like an offhand mention of her. And so I was like, okay. Maybe she's working nine to five. So Jackie follow her dreams to be a fucking repair person. Yeah. So I just wish there was even like a mention of like, yeah. My girl, blah, blah, blah, blah, like something just to give me some kind of foreshadowing that some characters gonna pop out of the blue and be like, I love you doing is when there's a picture of a wolf on a bus. It's like why the fuck is or a wolf on a bus will he can't fucking Dr Karen. Well, maybe she's working and supporting Jackie, okay. Fucking get off your right? And the other thing was there was there were a couple times where the are of Carol Denver's changed dramatically just going a little off model. And that was like jarring for me. Is very different as very I don't want. I don't know if I wanna say very, but like volume to you. I'm sorry volume to I started reading, and I was like probably different different illustrator different. Yeah. Probably sell. So. Yeah. I mean, even within this like, I know that there was one straighter. So it was just like, wait. Yeah. There is just a couple of things that that that throws it off for me a little bit. Like when animate they do different fight scenes. Like what the fuck wanted all the detail. Go away. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, it honestly, it's not that he declined because with something of this magnitude, of course, that's going to happen. But yeah, it is something of note. Ali you had another Quam. Yeah. Mine was going on. Mine was part of the the Jackie thing of them being random girlfriend. I feel like at a couple moments. It might have been a little heavy handed. Yeah. But the female empowerment because in that third act three different female characters are doing like going up against a man, and they are all successful. Great. But I felt like I was like, okay. I get it like one of them that they're all like happen to be then perhaps to be a guy too. I was like I get it. But it just felt a little note it, I noticed it broke the fourth mall in that sense. Where I was like, okay. Like, you don't have to have all three of them. I get that. And I think journey will you and I have discussed like where we differ based on like if you notice it. It's a bad thing from if I notice like, okay, I get it. Yeah. I don't think that's like a terrible thing unless you're a funds corron doing grabbing like fucking get it did I felt. The same way with with the relationship like with Jackie and her girlfriend. I was like why is this happening right now? I didn't for me did not. But where it came up. Yeah. It came out. Come in earlier been. Qualm? It was just like wasn't even mentioned it wasn't even mentioned. Yeah. So but like, yeah. It didn't away present it made it feel like it's should matter. Yeah. Well, you didn't really like set the separate. But that was it's it's the only reason I'm like, I've super lake I look past it mainly because I see as like this fucking like sea of a drop of blood in a sea of salty ocean. Yeah. Just men stories really fine. And it's usually like a man like my wife who gives a fuck about your wife. Yeah. Drawing too much Hollywood perspective into it. But. It's the current lake social climate. That's it's it's making me, hyper aware of your congressman. And the thing is like, and I think that's what happens is like when something like this. It's like riddled in it. And it's like because this is a story that it should talk about the stuff because the thing is like not all the like this is like ninety nine percent all about it every other things like one percent about it solely feels so disproportionate in one book because it's vastly disproportionate every other book. Right. And so that's why it feels like so like I fucking get it yet. I guess the reason I notice it more is because of course, I want those things in there. Of course, I want like, you know, lady on lady like relationships and female, empowerment and everything held on. I'm sure you're going back to the video CB like. But, but I guess there's also this like desire on my end to see it introduced in a very fluid and natural way to where I don't notice it as much such soft touch soft touch rather than like smack here. It is like, you know. Yeah. Precisely the ball hit hardens head which which a Mets like kinda not fair to because you're asking them to walk a very delicate tight rope. But that's another. What are you fuckers? What what's a trope? And what's not go to? But that allows us to move to our rating rating. This to me and to Corey one on Keeton. Yes. All right. And so all e and Josh must go first into the fire. Holly. I'm gonna give it a. Four point, please. He's at four point five four point five. Sorry. He's just got so excited because he thought of one and he had to say it immediately. Josh. I agree. Yes. A four point five. Yeah. Kaelin four point seven. Oh five. I I didn't know how four point seven five. That's right. So he telling me to go first. Yeah. Yeah. I picked you each other. Yeah. Mine's four point five. Corey. Yeah. Three point seven. Oh, I was just. Pick the right for your board at court. Board. Do you? As you know too much about comics, no story. The story was that it could have been more interesting. Yeah. I mean, like like the tough thing is kinda like trying to figure out what she fights for. And I think that's all big part of the subjects Corey fucking like I'm doing speak for Corey now core fucking love X men right in an expert fight for marginalized peoples all their stores are about that shit. And so it's hard to step away from like, a very hard hitting store like that even when they're fucking nonchalance small stories say I haven't read enough to know what the proper cadence of stories should be there's not, but don't think of it like that. Right. You like what you fucking. But to to to the next would be to me this felt like a really strong pilot episode for something. Yeah. I would agree with that. Volume one one, but all six episodes all six comics together felt like it would be a strong forty seven minute trailer. Forty minute pilot. I think it like. Yeah. Like, we said before it checks a lot of boxes, but I in my humble appear opinion other than like your bowl appearance. Very humble other than like, it's like enter textually about life women power empowerment like it doesn't take a lot of risks. Yeah. Thank as a writer. Dave as a writer safe. She did mainly because there are a lot of male Kamba people out there who like don't wanna read this shit. There's a fucking Star Wars cut without any of the female actors. I mean like this client's complicate and combo gates fucking like anti women, anti algebra. It's like fucking ridiculous. And so like to be a writer and write something. So like empowered for this is a risk in its own, right? But in the story in context of it like course, there's not a lot of risk. It's it's very safe where it's like. Is like is very it's very easy. Thumbs up. Yeah. Yeah. And it's even it's even less to do with the story and just more about utilizing the characters better. I guess you have you have a character refers to her as as a warlord goddess. You know what I mean? And they don't really do anything. Interesting. They got a guy who's who's huge straw like knock down Carol danvers. And you don't see him do anything later on. You have a guy who's in a suit that protects himself. He doesn't do anything tick doesn't do anything. Like for me. It was just a lot of not not not enough payoff. I mean, they kind of do that with the guardians to they brought him in just for like a fucking. Yeah. Five panels. And then you're like, which I'm fine with because it's it's really not their story. But if you're going to have her have a team her own team that sticks with her and helps her fight in the end. They all looked like they had so much more to give to give. Goddess thing I thought it was a joke because she didn't do anything. Yeah. Well, also set that up in the in the beginning of the story where it's like before it goes to the six weeks this again. Well, no, it she's she's looking for someone as opposed to like having like punched a bad guy before it cuts early. So you already know that it's like, okay. Well, for our for me, I was really sold on the before the six weeks when it shows the five of them stepping off the ship in that team formation. Everyone's super unique everyone looks dope being led by captain marvel. And then nothing happens. 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'Valentine's Views' podcast: Reactions to hiring of Jason Garrett

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'Valentine's Views' podcast: Reactions to hiring of Jason Garrett

"I'm Songwriter Charlie. Harding and I'm musicologist. Made Sloan or the host of switched on podcasts about the making and meaning of popular music every week Charlie and I breakdown down the most interesting hits trends artists to understand what they're doing what they're saying and why the songs are so infectious. We've recently broken down billy. Billy Irish music with her brother and collaborator phidias dissecting chance the rapper with super producer Oak felder and covered everything from Dolly Parton to Travis. Scott if you love music you're going to discover something ear opening in switched on pop so join US search for switched on pop in your favorite podcast APP and listen to an episode about your favorite every artist and subscribe for free on Apple podcasts. spotify or wherever you're listening to get new music explainers every week and after listening you might want to check out at our new book switched on pop how Popular Music Works and why it matters at your favorite bookseller. Thanks the giants fans. Welcome into a new edition of the Valentine's podcast here on Big Blue Radio part of your SP nation family of podcasts. I'm your host Ed Valentine of Big Blue View and today. We're going to be talking a lot about Jason Garrett About The New York giants coaching staff about a lot of the changes going on in the NFC east and in here to help me break all of that down someone who is very very familiar with the work of of Jason Garrett that would be RJ Ocho of SP nations Dallas cowboys website blogging. The boys are Jay. Thanks for coming on of course anytime. Congratulations on having Jason Garrett. Yeah while I I'm not quite sure you mean that but we will. We will get into that. You know the as we record this. It's Sunday morning and and you and I were kind of kidding each other off air. We're sort of two lonely bachelors for the weekend end. Our our wives are both away. We're sort of filling time here by by talking to each other. Yeah I I gotta be honest if when my wife plans to retreat. When she told me I say you know if I can get to talk to ed it will be a good weekend you know? That's that's the goal so I sit here having achieved that and there's really nothing else left for me to do. Hey there you go. My my wife is off. My wife is off visiting my my granddaughter and my son they live about four and a half five hours away from US and and I'm here because I get to dog sit Good for you see. I've got the dog too. So we're literally in the same boat I think he's He might be chewing on the carpet at this particular moment. So I if I have to order a new one on Amazon. It's it's because of this dog. You're ordering a new dog Amazon. John You know they have free today. So we'll see what they can do. Yeah my my dog. My dog is is not my friend right now because my dog woke me up at quarter four in the morning the other day so so he and I are not on good terms right now. Goodness that is That's a rough life. Yeah but but anyway R.. J. Let's let's let's talk giants. Let's Talk Jason Garrett. I really don't think that that this was any big surprise. In the end that the giants hired Jason Garrett on just you know your your initial thoughts first of all I suppose we should back up your initial thoughts on Jason Garrett a a no longer being head coach of your Dallas Cowboys and then be on on being the offensive coordinator for the giants nights. I've been fortunate through my career and I know you've had a lot of similar opportunities. I've been fortunate to be around Jason Jason Garrett at different times and I think it's important to note and I. I think I would be doing him a disservice if I didn't know at the top that he's an upstanding person and I know that There are people who roll their eyes at that and they only care about football and on the field and whatnot. But the guy you see and everybody sees the clapping thing and it's so old and tired and everybody sees the same answers and this robotic persona that he displays to the world. But you know behind all of that. He really is an incredibly charming and charismatic person. And when you experienced that you know you are kind of you kind of you know pinchers. Obviously there's is this really is the same guy and so he. There's a lot to like about him and I know we've spoken before here on your show. I I had had to sort of characterize Jason Gertz redeeming quality and and his quality that's sort of transpired across his entire tenure. It's did his players truly love loved him and I know that that also sounds it. Sounds lame and nobody wants to hear that but You know we've spoken at times. You know the cowboys up until this last season They never lost the game where you know everything was going bad. You know everything went wrong and they lost a really bad game or this or that. You know this drama. Whatever happened off the field? They never responded to that by totally quitting. They always always always fought back back in one and and I think a recent example everybody knows last season they lost their at metlife to the jets and that was a long week that was third loss in a row after they had started off three now and they came back and they beat the crap out of the eagles the following Sunday and that. That's Kinda who Jason Jason Grids Cowboys got knocked down for a second. You know you mentioned. We're talking Sunday morning the morning after After the fight they weren't that cowboy you. You know what I mean that just got knocked down and left and they always got up and always you know. He loved to talk about scratching and clawing and finding whatnot and they always did that. And I I think ultimately that just kind of exhausted itself. I think we saw that finally end when they lost to the buffalo bills on thanksgiving. You know that was is one of those lows and okay. You know they're going to they're going to bounce back. That's that's who Garrett's cowboys are. They went out seven days later and they lost on the road the banners and you know they really really for the first time in a decade had quit and I think it was just you know it was just time for a change. I think we've all experienced that. There isn't a soul all among the cowboys. Who would speak ill of him and I think you know this is a weird way to talk about an ending in sports but he really did give it his all? He really tried very hard and it just. It wasn't enough and you mentioned that. It was a little predictable that he would end up back with the giants. I I'm shocked. It took this long. But you know Jason Go as much as he is a cowboy. He is a giant. He has spoken at many times about how playing for the giants and that organization really shaped him he. He has spoken about having played there during September eleventh and how living in New York at that time was very impact on his life. As as I'm sure is the case for many any New Yorkers and in many listeners of your podcast and so he's a very sentimental person I think there's something else and so the giants I am told a very special place in his heart so it made sense for him to return at some point in so as weird as it sounds. I think a lot of cowboys fans are truly happy for him. I think think he deserves like everyone does define happiness and peace and joy and the giants. If it can't be the cowboys I think are a team that can ultimately help. They're interesting R.. J. We're talking peace and happiness joy here on the Valentine's views podcast sometimes. That's what's necessary there. You go so you know I have looked at at the higher of the offensive coordinator at the higher of Jason Garrett and everybody wants to know well what kind of play caller is he in in in this and that and what kind of offensive system does he run and and I wrote it Big Blue View on Sunday morning that for me not the kind of offense he runs in the play calling and all of that is is really just a small part of the job Bob that I think the giants are bringing him to New York to do. The giants hired a thirty eight year old first time. NFL head coach. First Time time head coach anywhere and for me. I look at it like I think it's a lot of the other things that Jason Garrett brings to the table able as to as to why he could really be a benefit to this giant staff. Now I think that that's That's extremely well said and extremely well put Jason Jared. I'm sure you'll quickly learn believes in finding the right kind of guys that's you know that's his Mo and He his Sir you know people have said forever couch said that he would make an incredible. CEO of any business. I mean and I truly believe that He is an inordinate leader of men. And you know I. I do think that's rare. I think there's a lot of those in sports into the game of football. Certainly but Jason Garrett is very very good at that and I think that's why you know people well don't quit on him and so I think that that sort of pairing makes sense and I think you know the ECHINACEA takes a really humble person to do what Jason Gertz doing. Because I was thinking. How often do you see somebody who's been a head coach for almost a decade you know resort to being a coordinator I hate to call it a resort but the last one I was thinking about was Gary Gary Kubiak and it's not rare earth is very rare and so I think that that certainly makes sense and I know that you know and I say this in all seriousness in in in no no jive here? I know that the giants organization has experienced some struggles in the culture department in recent memory. And if there's any coach uh-huh out there that was available that can fix that. I absolutely unequivocally believe that. It's Jason Geared. I think he would have made sense to be the head coach in Washington Washington. Because they're sort of you know way more in need of that than the giants are but I think for for a young and impressionable and nucleus of players that the giants have. I think that the Jason Garrett is is kind of exactly what they need assuming Joe Judge you know is a fine and you know capable head coach in his own right to your point interesting interesting. Rj Excuse me excuse me still getting over a little a little cough here but I look at Jason Garrett and another thing that I wrote the Big Blue View today is when we talk about the things that he can bring to New York. I look at the Dallas Cowboys head. Coaching job. In the way did I put it is for me. It might be the most difficult job in the NFL simply because of the owner that you have in his his his heavy involvement his high profile his incredibly high expectations not to mention the the national profile profile of of the franchise the media and fan base expectations. And I look at that if you're bringing him in to. I'm to help a rookie head coach. It to to navigate sort of the waters of of New York New Jersey of of of this market in and of what it is to be a head coach. I don't know if you could have brought in a guy that had better preparation for that kind of role I absolutely agree with that It is not easy to be the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys. And I do think that that job has become easier over the last decade and I think you know it's certainly worth mentioning that You know twitter and instagram and the social world as we know it heck even explanation. I was not the same place in two thousand eleven When Jason Kerr took over as it is today here in two thousand twenty a lot of the world in in the way information is consumed consumed has changed very very quickly in the time that Jason Guard held that job? And so I I mean I think that Jason Garrett over Time Time Warner Down Jerry Jones and that's a really bad way to put it but I mean to the point that he he had significant say in things you know. Everybody thinks that that job is just a puppets job and whatever and look again. It is very difficult. But I do think that Jason Garrett Trailblazer in a lot of ways for for the men that would follow him or women even though what fallen whatever that would ultimately coach for the Dallas Cowboys. Because you know he he found I think he was. He was close enough to Jerry. Jones To be able to do things to be able to push into be able to prod and you know get a say and whatever and I think you know. One of the biggest examples is one of the biggest moments in franchise history. I mean Jason Garrett was critical and I know this is a place the giants or at although maybe not as awkwardly in the transition from Tony Romo to Dak Prescott. I got you know that feels like so long ago but Jason Garrett oversaw that and helped the team win thirteen games in the process. Rj want to take a quick break here for a word from our SP SPE- nation sponsors. Than I wanNA come back and talk a little bit about what Jason Garrett can do for Daniel Jones. 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And yet when you look at it he will enter two thousand twenty twenty with an entirely new coaching staff on the offensive side of the ball. New head coach. New Coordinator New quarterbacks coach just your thoughts this quickly on on what Jason Garrett can bring for Daniel Jones or I think Jason Garrett has an absolute strength working with young quarterbacks specifically Tony Romo emerged in two thousand six coincidentally against the giants and You know took. The cowboys helped the playoffs that season in the wildcard round the bobble game that everybody remembers but two thousand seven was Tony. Romo's first full season as a starter and Our I should mention Jason Garrett's first year working within that was the year he joined the cowboys staff and I mean the two thousand seven cowboys Which I know is a great subject for any giants Fan You know set. All sorts of franchise offensive records. I was one of the most prolific offenses at the Dallas Cowboys Organization Ever Pat. And that was when a young Jason Garrett was regarded you know people forget but the way that Sean mcvay kind of has been the way they're killing more has been and now Dak Prescott first year under Jason. Go Twenty sixteen while individually. He didn't necessarily. You're not setting the incredible records or anything. He did You know get get things done in a different way you know. It wasn't Aaron the ball out you know and high volumes. But I mean he was an offensive weapon in a way that Dak Prescott is and that was something that Jason Jason Gird oversaw. And so I think that he has an incredible ability to work with young quarterbacks and I I think it's it's worth saying that people have have noted that chasing its biggest flaws generally have been game day execution in terms of being a head coach. And so I think when when those responsibilities were stripped tipped away when all he has to worry about is his department. Where in this case is the quarterback? I think that I would expect a lot of results I really would. And I honestly we believe that Daniel Jones is perhaps the most Jason Garrett quarterback that there is i. I do think that's going to be a very interesting pairing. So you have to tell us a little bit more about why you about why you say that about why you say that that Jones is a Jason Garrett type quarterback why first of I think in in personality and in disposition you know I I mentioned that Jason Gird is very robotic And you know to your point deal you know dealt with at least a a lot of criticism as the Dallas cowboys coach. I think they're being. The quarterback of the giants is a similar job. And I think the Daniel Jones kind of has that same sort of personality kind kind of just shows up. Does this thing and seemingly unfazed by you know anything I mean Daniel Jones dealt with more flack than any rookie quarterback in recent memory. And so I think that they mesh well in that regard but I also think that you know I. I think that Jason Greg Did a Great Job Coaching Dak Prescott but I do think that he is is more or comfortable just because you know. He's an older principal based Sort of coach. I think he's more comfortable with with more classic pocket quarterback than I know Daniel Jones certainly has an ability to move around but I just think his traits and his history and and his football life. Really you know vibe with Jason Gear. You Obviously Danielle Jones evolved under David Cliff. And that's that's like a Jason Garrett thing had a no You know another way to put it just kind and you ever you ever cook in. You know what I mean. And you're like I think I think some peppery go good here. That's kind of how it feels. You're not just feels like something that would would go great together so it'll be interesting to watch. So let's talk a little bit about Jason Garrett you know offensive play caller offensive scheme designer his system quote unquote and he hasn't been a play caller. I think since two thousand and twelve at least full-time is concerned. I I guess it's considered Air Corps Yell it's considered more vertical then the sort of more horizontal more quick throw based stuff that that we've seen seen from the giants under both Ben mcadoo and Pat Shurmur. Just tell us a little bit about what we might expect you know from From Jason Garrett offense. I think that that's well. Put the Air Koryo. Offense Is without question a huge inspiration for how he sees his football ball world. And I you know. I don't know that until recently when when the cowboys acquired Amari Cooper and drafted Michael Gob. I don't know that Jason Garrett ever had the proper toys I mean. I think he always had quarterbacks capable of getting it done. But you know Jason witten capable of running vertically. How not incredibly far but Other than that. I mean you know the cowboys dealt with you. Know they had T. O.. Early on inch Mason guys offensive career with them. You know kind of a bigger body receiver and a guy I who can win across the middle and then they had Dez Bryant who You know patented Kinda the back shoulder throw with Tony Romo and that was the most vertical I think you know the desert he. It wasn't this advanced route runner by any means. And so I certainly think that Sterling Shepard any order Slayton was was fascinating to watch and Ingram are tools and toys that Jason chasing girls can use in those capacities. And I think more than anything though. I think you should expect balance. And I think that Jason Garrett is you know very excited obviously to to go from. Zeke Elliott saquon Barkley. I think many would say. That's an upgrade However I don't know that the giants offensive line is is ready to be what Jason Garrett needs needs? I mean obviously the cavs had one of the better offensive lines in the NFL over the last half decade. And I mean that that is an essential tool I mean that it really is an essential piece to which I mean. It's an essential piece. Everybody wants to do but he truly wants to be as balanced as possible in attack In in style and so is vertical as he gets he also wants to run the ball In in a way he appreciates history and I think that that bleeds over into how he wants to literally play the game and so i. I'm not trying to say that he's GonNa run the ball but he's he's not going to be. This erred out all all the time guy. So I think that there will be a lot of Again anion that is actually one of the things that Joe Judge has talked about one of the the things that that I've always admired about the new England. Patriots is the idea that that they aren't married to one way of doing things to one to basically bringing the same game plan the same scheme the same the same plan of attack weekend and week out that that things change means and Joe Jr his talked about that a lot. Whether it's you know whether we have to run the ball a lot one week where we have to throw it another week and I think that's you know that's something it sounds like like like Jason Garrett as play caller might be flexible enough to To do that. Yeah and I think he's evolved over time. I think he's become flexible and I think he's I think he's learned. I think he's grown and adapted like everybody does is life and so. I think that there are core principles to his offensive philosophy but I do think that he's capable of adjusting to different times. I tell you what I mean. I am very excited personally to see what he does with. Evan Ingram Have some Evan Ingraham. Shares in some dynasty leagues so might be a little bit too personally invested rested. But I mean it's been a long time since Jason Garrett had a dynamic you know kind of playmaking tight end I mean no disrespect Jason Win but I think that that singular peace can be you quite valuable for him. It's interesting because I have said for years when the giants when the giants drafted Evan Ingram was back back in the Ben mcadoo era as head coach. mcadoo at the at the press conference when they drafted Evan Ingram he said you know he said the shortest artist distance to the end zone is straight up the middle of the field you know meaning you know run the same route get the tight end right up. The middle of the field and weirdly macadear never used ingram that way. Neither did Pat Shurmur as you take. One of the speediest tight ends in football. When he's healthy he wanted to the the biggest match up nightmares? In the League from the tight end position and running horizontally and I never understood. Dude it sounds like you think that Garrett might look Ingram and and try to get him up to field a little bit more often. Yeah I think so and I think you analogy Jason Garrett Have Evan Ingram is one thing but the had them with you know I think the giants are in an interesting place overall Daniel Jones in you know and again I mean you now. I have great respect. Eli Manning but to have a quarterback who's who's capable of executing play action and being athletic and moving in adjusting and adapting. I think got it. I think it could be really fun. I think Daniel Jones and Ed Ingraham in general could be done in two thousand twenty but I think Jason Gert might might be the guy that's capable of kind of leaning into that interesting interesting. Well we will see how all of that plays out. I know everybody's A lot of giants fans are are sort of their leery eerie of Jason Garrett and I think part of that is simply because they've been rooting against Jason Garrett in in the Dallas cowboys for thirteen years. Now and snickered at some of the decisions that he's made in all of that so but but as I tell people they just have to let that go and see how this plays out. Yeah I mean There's no question that Jason Garrett has a very checkered past against this franchise as a coach and I mean I you you know. It's it's interesting to look at Michael McCarthy being the cowboys head coach now because you know I think a lot of ways you know Mike McCarthy kind it helped get himself to this point outside of his his dissolution the packers I mean it was. Mike McCarthy's packers that You know dealt the final loss to wade phillips you you know as the cowboys head coach. It was after losing forty five seven of them that the cowboys fired Wade and promoted Garrett and then he ultimately got the job and then Jason Grits. I win actually came on the road. in his new home. I've although I think that was the old meadowlands and then you know Mike McCarthy's packers beat the couch twice in the playoffs and challenges. Is the desk catches is. You don't remember. So I think they are mystically aligned in that way but I also think Jason Gertz been mystically aligned to the giants I mean obviously I mentioned two thousand seven The cow the cow was worse losses in recent memory. was against the giants and then four years later. We've talked about this. You and I the loss at home. It's into stadium. The Jason Pierre Paul blocked field goal and then a few weeks later on the road on. I think that was new year's day the Johnson Garrett has has. I think a lot of kind of like Mike McCarthy. I think the giants have helped get Jason Garrett to themselves by beating him so often and it's always it's interesting when people stay in house like in division. I'm excited or interested to see what potential assistance. Jason could take with him. Yeah that'll be interesting and I suppose supposed since you mentioned it the one that I I think you and I talked about a little bit off. Line Recently let me ask you about Mark Colombo Combo on the offensive line coach because that's a position that's a real key for the giants at this point one they haven't filled yet Let me let me ask you about Bill Callahan. As well since. That's the other name that that keeps coming up the question with Callahan that I have is is you know what is your thought really on the relationship between Garrett and Callahan. Because there's been some questions about that and also as I said your thoughts on unmarked Colombo if he actually emerges as a candidate while Marc Colombo played for the cowboys. Anybody that's unaware and kind of grew up in that that organization and you know joined the offensive staff you know in on a lower level and then as an assistant and then in two thousand eighteen When when the cowboys reached their bye week the week they traded for MRI Cooper? They also fired. Paul Alexander and promoted Colombo and instantly. You know experience a lot success along the offensive line. Many people attributed this to He was he was so you know so little removed from having played himself the players. I really liked Marc Colombo and and just kind of did things their way. I don't mean that. He was a pushover. He he just identified more with them and was able to kind of speak. The same language operate the same way march to the same be in so That's that's been something you know that the the cowboys fans I think have been really not not bothered but you know really a little bit bum to see Mike McCarthy not retain Mark Columbus so. I think that that is a great way to start improving your offensive line this year. The giant sad to go out and get Marc Colombo but on the subject of that it was Bill Callahan. who kind of helped put together the final pieces for the cowboys to build their offensive line as we currently no it He was the team's offensive line coach and offensive coordinator in two thousand fourteen was his final season with the team and that that was Zack Martin's rookie year. And obviously the cowboys won the division and beat the lines in the playoffs And you know that that season the play calling kind of transition transition from Bill Callahan to what was then the cowboys passing game coordinator Scotland a hand. You have to go way back to when cowboys fans were were wanting Scotland a hand and to have control and I think that transition you know just kind of going from Bill Callahan to Scotland a hint in the middle of the season. You know made for some awkwardness. And that's that's why I think it's it's interesting to see that he would want to be on a staff that that feature Jason Garrett let alone featured Gary Raw as his superior but apparently that seems possible and I again both those. Those gentlemen served is huge Members of the cowboys staff in orchestrating imprint. Together the offensive line as cowboys fans. Currently no it so I think you know netting either. One would be a huge boost for the likes of Willow Hernandez and whoever's able to join him all right. Rj last question for you. I would be remiss if we didn't talk about about your cowboys. And and your new head coach right. You mentioned Mike McCarthy. Just your thoughts on on McCarthy as he as he takes the reins in Dallas. Were you surprised by that hire. Are you liked that hire. You hate that hire you know what are your. What are your feelings on that? At this point I think the only thing that kind of copy will by surprise was how quickly cle- It all materialized. you know it was. It was when the eagles loss which I think we can both appreciate during that game. That word finally officially broke the cowboys. cowie's would not be retaining Jason Garrett in you know fifteen hours later you know reports swirling that they were set to hire Mike McCarthy and so you know I think everybody he was just confused. I mean you know Jason Curtis I mentioned was promoted from interim head coach full time in two thousand and ten so the last and that was really obvious everybody knew he was going to get the job so I'll ask true time. The cavs conducted a coaching search was in two thousand and seven when bill parcells retired and they ultimately hydrate Phillips. And so I think everybody was just kind of of the mindset. You know. It's the first time doing this in over a decade you're not GonNa take your time But the cowboys really fell in love with Mike McCarthy and I think there's there's a lot to like you know his his PR tour. He went on. I think really helped. And he he said the word analytics a few times which parks in people's ears. And I think that you know Mike McCarthy's who the cowboys need. I think we would both agree that as a head coach. He's you know at the very least some improvement over Jason Garrett. I mean the guy's super bowl and I mean you know cowboys fans don't like this but the reality is Jason Garrett was almost enough you know he he really was. I mean three different times. He was almost enough to get them to the NFC championship game. which is the weekend that were speaking and so theoretically if he was almost enough? And you'll get somebody buddy who was at worst marginally better. I mean that should be enough. I think the cowboys have a very talented roster and they need a they need somebody who's been there who's done net to kind of bring them them together and get them over the Hump and I do think Mike McCarthy could be that guy and I think this was an interesting coaching cycle and you have a new head. Coach is obviously obviously but I think the giants a different place in the car. Which is why Joe Judge made sense for that but I think the cowboys you know? They're on the third leg of the relay. Okay so they need a four data hand the baton off to as opposed to somebody to kind of started off them. That's an interesting way to put it. Rj well we will see how it all works out. Obviously there's a new coach in Washington as well so the the NFC Easter should Should be an interesting place as always in twenty twenty and you and I am sure we'll talk again so thank you very much for joining me today. Of course Happy New Year. Twenty twenty dollars listeners. I hope you all experience wins Health and success But I hope that your draft class just aren't great football players. That's all we really want from. You guys had had to go there didn't Ya R._J.. All right thank you for listening giants fans and we'll talk to you soon bye bye.

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Episode 303 - The Science of Fundamentalism

Atheist Nomads

56:57 min | 1 year ago

Episode 303 - The Science of Fundamentalism

"Atheists nomads episode three oh three the science of fundamentalism podcast. You're about to listen to includes cursing and talking about who Hawes fleas be advised. So recording and go quite according to plan this week, and that everything just about ready and learn called she had a migraine hitting two hours away from getting back home from visiting her her parents for a few days with the baby and with migraines. She was losing vision or her left eye. So Aaron gave me right out to twin falls, and we met up the Lauren and I drove back. Fortunately, we have some prerecorded material leftover from the five our livestream for episode three hundred. So this is gonna be the second hour of that here in a little bit. As a warning I've been drinking. Rum diet Dr Pepper, and peach juice, which is an amazing delicious. Cocktail little to delicious. And so I was a little buzzed. I have also been thinking a lot about patriotic. And they put my account on hold last week and they did release offense after I I opened up a ticket with them. I am not happy with them. This is not the first time. This has happened in fact out of the last nine payouts only five of been on time and says second time they've actually put the funds on hold. The other two were just system glitches and the story's been different. Each time. I've been trying to get a legitimate honest answer out of the trust and safety team. And with what they're saying either, they can't competently run a secure website, or they're lying, and I have a hard time believing that their site is so insecure that somebody attempting to make a pledge could take over my account far more likely, they're lying about the true reasons why they're putting accounts on hold when something suspicious happens. And it's probably something pretty reasonable like what they were saying it was last time. Actually, they didn't even didn't even give it a real answer. Then, but it's probably just they're trying to hold the funds to make. Sure that if something gets charged back by the Bank that there's money in the account to cover it that would be a pretty reasonable thing to save. They wouldn't say that. Instead, they're just going to lie, and I don't want to trust somebody with my money who's going to be lying. I am in the process of building replacement system. So watch for announcements about that when I get it completed and ready to launch I will be talking to patrons directly to try to coordinate getting switchover. And I think it will be a good change in the long run be nice to cut out the middleman, and if patriotic is going to be lying, the I just I don't want to mess with that. I want to work with an with organizations that I can trust. And is this appointing but enough about that for now? Next week. We'll be back with with regular news. But for this week, we're going to have again, we're gonna have the second hour from the episode three hundred livestream with Jason ward. Joining us enjoy. We're welcoming Jason Jason is with the second hour. Jason Jason ward. This is this is unstructured, but we're gonna talk about science science soil since let's talk about. I mean, what do you want to talk about? Jason I had to pick. You don't got something in mind for you for you. So a twenty seventeen study sorry. In the news again. Some scientists took a look at this was published in the journal neuro silo, psychological. Okay. And they started out with hypothesis of religious fundamentalism being in part at least in part being caused by functional impairment in the prefrontal free. Yeah. Prefrontal cortex. Oh, wow. The later hours are going to be rough. This'll be fun. And. They did their study comparing. A control group, plus brain-damaged, Vietnam, veterans and. Some non brain-damaged Vietnam veterans who sell PTSD, obviously, no notice early maybe. And what they found was the proportion of religious fundamentalism heavily heavily heavily correlated with the brain damage like beyond just significantly significant as in suggesting that prefrontal cortex issues is the cause of religious fundamentalism. All right. That sounds like a really interesting study. It is. Yeah. I mean, I also think that it's like a valid way to investigate that. Because I I'm remember the word for it is, but I'm like, a physical est and look at the camera. What's your camera aerialist? Yes. Hello listeners. Hello watchers. Look at the camera. Look at the camera constantly. Yeah. Like, wait is you're talking you better talk at the camera. All right. I'll talk to the camera. Hello camera. What is your making model? I know this is this is highly plausible that because really just fundamentalism is had already been studied. And they'd found out that the it correlated negatively with with. Open-mindedness do you need food? And he so if you you make people more closed minded, they're more likely to be more religiously on mental right? And it made sense that if prefrontal the prefrontal cortex is not working well that you are more likely to have. Poor functioning, wait. So my hope that I just said so my question to you. I'm just gonna ask it. 'cause my question is are they saying that these fundamentalists they're pre frontal cortex is not working like the same as someone who's had brain damage is that what is that? What it's saying there what the hypothesis was that any issues with pre prefrontal cortex function would result in an increase in the chance of somebody being a religious fundamentalist. Right. So I mean this article splashing out and saying basically anybody who's a fundamentalist has brain damage then. No, no. Extrapolation to make if put any thought into it, but for grading, I bring this up. So that we can start talking about for a great example. Would you look at the avenues church in his history? It's most significant leader was Ellen white who was hit in the head with a stone hard enough to cause severe headaches vision issues and to cause her to have to drop out of school in third grade. She went on to have visions she had she was hit in the forehead with a stone direct frontal lobe damage, and she became quite the fundamentalist prophet. And the evidence church is small f- fundamentalist. It might be worth noting. There are fundamentalist churches capital F. A lot of the Pentecostal churches are fundamentalist capital F, but there's also fundamentalists small f-, which Adventists and a lot of Baptists that aren't quite capital fundamentalists off in that believe the bible is the truth of or word of God and often the more fundamentalist group the more likely they are to accept prophets. And a lot of those profits are likely having very serious, psychological or physiological brain problems. Like prefrontal cortex issues. Yeah. I could see that. I kind of makes sense to me because I've I've heard about evolution airy talk about the reason humans evolved to have a belief in a higher power is like a natural extension of win. Our ancestors were beginning to form and be able to communicate to hunt better communication strategy. Made us a better hunters, which made us more successful. And the groups said hunted. Best had like an organization structure, which meant that like any tribes that had a tendency to respect a leader and follow orders would do better which natural extension of that is you you get hardwired to look to somebody higher up the chain than you to give you direction and teach you how to do your life and that can extend into the spiritual very easily. So like from an evolutionary standpoint, the fact that people believe in higher powers make sense to me. And I think it was a it was a part of becoming successful. And being like the species that now is dominating the planet. So. The brain function affecting how people respond to that. I could see that like I, and I don't know anything about this study. I haven't read it. So this is all just off the off the top of my head. But I would suspect that the lack of brain function like the people that would do well would be more inclined to give themselves over to somebody that can help them which could tap into that evolutionary structure of looking to somebody higher in charge. The help you survive. So that could be a function of that. I could see that happening. I would be interested in what their future work was in that paper, and what they were going to study next. Well, in one of the things is really interesting to look at is the older somebody is the more conservative. They tend to be and as people age prefrontal cortex function diminishes that is an unfortunate part of the advanced aging process and elderly. People. If you look at a lot of a very conservative churches, the only people left in the church are over the age of sixty is drew my parents church. Everyone's over sixty. It could be argued the reason they're staying in everybody else's left is their brains have degraded to the point where they can still put up with the bullshit. Yeah. Or they just don't know anything else, and they don't want to leave also that, but as as people age, also, they become more gullible. They are more susceptible to internet and phone scams. Which is one of the reasons why it's so terrifying. How much the high percentage of phone calls that are are. Spam calls actually are even on cellphones. Right. Most phone calls. People. Get now are baked phone calls. Yeah. Any phone call that I get from Idaho that I don't know I block it also very close to my number. Very close to my number. I'm like rate middle robocalls. Yeah. And so it's it's not surprising that if if somebody is becoming more gullible as they age, and that is a well established fact that as people age. Like past the age of sixty they become more and more gullible. Which is why eventually when somebody as somebody becomes more more and more elderly. Family members have to state step in and take over their finances. It takes a long time to get to that point. Right. It often doesn't happen until it's a little bit too late. Those are the people that are most likely to be the most conservative, they're they're most likely to be Trump supporters. They're the most likely to be hardcore fundamentalist Christian or just staying in whatever church. They are regardless of what happens because brain function is has diminished as sad that is sad. And it's also like as you get older like you start to to feel mortality more. So like part of that could be used when your spiritual connection because it's the next logical step in your belief system. And it's also the community that you know, and if you are having diminished brain function, you could also be more comfortable with what you know. So like, I could see all of that plan to get right? This is really made the mood. Kind of a Downer. Family as sixty so really. My parents are. Well, my father has died. My mom, it was sixty. I think sixty eight when he died. My mom has just turned seventy and my stepdad who I consider. My dad is has just turned seventy five. Nice. My parents are on walking tour of the cuts welts in England right now. Well, that's cool. About age stuff in my they just met a woman who is seventy and she has been doing walking tour sue Spain and all over she's about to go to Wales now. And then there was another woman who they were talking about or somehow Sar something like that. And they're like, oh, she must be under seventy to know. She is ninety seven. Oh, I think the whole reason why got brought up was because her kids make her call her every night. And so my periods like, oh, how old is she like, well, she's ninety seven and my parents are because they're buji the they have a a service that is taking their they're back with their luggage from one bed and breakfast of the next, but this woman actually has back. Pat ninety seven has a backpack it has been walking with her backpack. But I did Email them, and I was like could it be because she doesn't want to pay the money. She could do with like come on parents from Trump. Yes. Yes. From fat girl belly three name for like ten years and her great grandmother, just her ninety three still alive and kicking. It wait Colleen's grandma will be ninety four later this year, though, she's not really kicking it. Back ballet, then replied with getting old sucks, dude. Yeah. Oh, yeah. It does. That's what I gotta do ballet. So even if your little water ballet. Water ballet like SWAN LAKE but actually in the lake. Okay. So we did get some questions questions. All right from Douglas like a month ago. Oh, yeah. Delo Douglas, one of them relevant to this question is does forcing religion on young kids slash children's stunt, their intellectual growth and development. How'd you raise a child was secular and logical principles in the society? That is consistent with. Consistently shoving religion slash theism down their throats. We just talked about brain damage resulting in religious fundamentalism would about starting life in religious fundamentalism. Yeah. That's his you get structured to calendar. The camera. Erin. No, that's tough. 'cause like you you get you get in Dr inoculated by to it. But really early or inculturated I was trying to remember one of them. Fancy words. He get inculturated early on. And it's what you know. And you have no reason to question because like why would your parents like tell you something that should be questioned? Do you know, my parents, my parents were they they didn't not believe they also didn't believe like they were just they were trying to think of the word for this. Like, they were apathy assists. I guess I just wanted to step in and say Kay. Nice to be in around Lauren without a baby on her. I know I am a person that happened earlier enough. So that we have this other scene called breastfeeding. Nice. Yep. Basically, I don't produce much anymore. But she still wants it. So baby onboard feel that. But no, I grew up. I hope you can't. I grew up in a grow. And again, Adventist is small f- fundamentalists not capital fundamentalists. We actually debated that in the seminary. And I fully believe looking back on it that I was physiologically incompatible with the belief system that my brain structure. From the the start could not handle it because as I got older, and I started learning more, and I started college, and I started taking classes, my the the amount of effort taken to try to restore my faith and continue believing got stronger and stronger, I think I was somebody who just happened to have the right? Combination of genetics and environment to be immune to it. I do think there are people who don't get those opportunities who don't you? I I went to private school that tough. Adventist theology in religion classes, and how to survive in the wild. How to survive in the wild? Own tastes the world comes to an end. Yeah. Yeah. Guys. Like, you said, it's not cost capital F fundamentalists. There are fundamentalists denominations who identify as fundamentalists. Those are capital F fundamentalist Adventists do not identify fundamentalist. But they are definitely fundamentalist. They are lower case of fundamentalist. This is really good cake, by the way. So these beef, but I had cousins, for example, who were home schooled. New people who were home schooled who did not get to learn in a a school that would try to teach things and the amount of indoctrination was far higher. It was. So there's definitely still a chance, but a lot level because I think what really what it really comes down to his intellectual development. There's your genetic potential and for most humans that genetic potential is high. We don't know how high that potential is because of environmental factors that can diminish that but access to nutrition and access to intellectual exercise can really really stunt that development. And you mean encourage that development it access to good nutrition and access to. Mental exercise will encourage it. Yes. Being denied access to those things being starved nutritionally or intellectually will stunt that development. Yeah. And even if you have a genetically high potential, you're fucked. It's bad enough that it makes it to the point where any kind of study at this point into how effective or how much is intelligence genetic is bullshit because we can't control for all of the different. The different aspects of go into play. Now, that's the Klay anyway eight. Yeah. Yeah. It doesn't I had quite a conversation. The other night about this. Because he made he made a statement that I thought was way too grandiose to sweeping. And I didn't understand the point. He was trying to make. So I like I'd like to say I was playing dumb. But I wasn't as just can't pestering him about it. And we finally just like sussed it all out the, okay? So it is genetics and environment and sometimes environment can really screw you over the proper nutrition. Like, you don't have the full capability like that your genes could produce. Absolutely because you're bigger everything built out of what you eat like like, you are what you eat as dumb as it sounds after hearing that for so many years, but you do need the building blocks to create what your genes need to make. I am red velvet cake what? What you are like, even if you look at cream cheese, even if you look at like top level athletes. They are there is a lot of work a lot of effort a lot of training a lot of eating all of the right things. And none of the wrong things. It is ridiculously hard work. If you don't have the right to genetics to become a top level athlete. It is never going to happen. Even get good. But you're never going to be the bat never going to be a world champion because he can't beat Michael Phelps perfect body for swimming. That's just and anything else like especially when he started getting into the extremes of like Olympian Olympic gold medalist. They have weird mutations like extra, ligaments and atypical. Atypical proportions that result in really bizarre things because. Yeah, normal people just aren't that. Good. That's true. Like, for instance, I don't have any of those super powered athletic genetics. All I have is I'm homogeneous being a rapid caffeine. Metabolize irs. So that's kind of a rip off. So you chug coffee any no I have like three three hundred milligram energy drinks a day. And like, it's fine. Like, it doesn't me jittery. Oh, man. It might peak caffeine consumption. I had one day where I started off with a ER nine one one. At Dutch brothers. Six shots of Espresso. I then follow that up with a double mocha. I think I had an energy drink in the middle. And then I had another energy drink, and I was fine. And I realized that's not good. I'd be crying. You probably have the same like homogeneous like you make double the caffeine breakdown molecule. I would suspect I did twenty three and me. And then I got when my wife got a subscription to self hack dot com. We could load are Twenty-three me information into it. So we could figure out. All right. What drugs are going to work for us in which aren't oh fine. And now the government pulse. You so. All your shit. Whatever from federal ballet loved the couch, by the way. Yeah. The love seat. They're both sides recline. We have a matching couch that has two sides is fine with it. And from Colleen surviving in the wild useful now unless you're trying to hide from the government because even the civil air patrol confined, you this was something that I talked about on atheist talk. I was in civilian patrol for like nine years. While I was in that organization, and I stopped being actively involved in. Two thousand seven when I left actually when I left seminary coincided with that. I left my unit and I didn't like the one in Tacoma at mcchord air force base. And also is just really busy with work. But that's beside the point they. They have air aircraft now with multispectral imaging force per search and rescue, and if you can find somebody who can't be found guess what you can find somebody who doesn't want to be found can't really ever go off the grid is what you're saying. Not here in the United States were the new and now we have satellites that are so good. Yeah. That they will find you anywhere. This is really good for my I hate science fiction and fantasy to read it because I think there's too much detail. But I am writing a book based on a dream that I had and I was like this is kind of science fiction fantasy. And now that you say that this would be really good. I used to lowly, but surely writing this book. Yeah, you can't hide your best bet is the government's going to be too bad shy. Well, and that's the whole point of the book to hide from the government. Okay. So sure you can I've seen predator if you're gonna have a predator. You can hide when a government. Yeah. That's true. And again from Colleen in the chat regarding your caffeine intake. How did you live? Well, he's alive. I would have like such a bad head. I already have a headache right now because I'm not drinking enough water with my caffeine. Yeah. You gotta have jet. You should have the equal amount of water just about I had one day in effort when I went into work, and I was so tired somebody was headed to the Jackson's just down the way and asked me if I want anything it was like give me the strongest energy drink you can. And he brought it in, and it was all warning labels. That's I drink. Yeah. Included in the warning material was if this is your first time having this. Drink it slowly only drink half. And see how you respond you drink the whole thing. Didn't you like fuck warning label one of the medical supervisor? She was a EMT came in. And was like, okay, I got to see this. Oh, gosh. So I- chugged it actually she took. My vitals. I chugged it waited fifteen minutes. She took my vitals again. Unaffected blood pressure pulse. Everything maybe might pulse might have been up like five points. Yeah. That's nothing. Do you know what I used to do? I used to just do a lot of cocaine. So the true. Forever. Patrons two dollars or higher a month. We talked about errands co Cabot. Yeah. Yeah. I like Jason space of just like what I mean? I have a whole bit about it storages haven't been around lately about how how smoke when you go up. Aaron did did coke not on the beach in the Virgin Islands. I know that was the one thing. The one thing we definitely drank. No, did you Roman coke? Yeah. You know? I did I did mushrooms and coke and running cook. And coke. Yeah. Haven't you done? It might be a shorter list. I have not done heroin. Okay, molly. But not is Molly ecstasy MD may which is a pure form of what they've said. But I just did Molly. Actually, it was amazing. It was like the best drug experience I've had cocaine heroin. That's called the bones. Single most likely thing to kill you. Killed most overweight comedians. Well, I would not do that. And quite possibly my nephew. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I've done a hill Billy heroine and threw up, and so I was like I'm not gonna do that. I mean, it's an opioid, right? Like a prescription medicine. Well, that's the safest thing today's. No, no, no. I've had sentinel. When I went into goal bladder surgery. Okay. They put a patch on you and stuff, but. Cool. I know I've done a lot of drugs. Look at me look at this. And I looked for line from Colleen. Okay. What's Aaron social media? I need to follow her errands, social, okay? My social you can finally Aaron Riley on Facebook. No at area at the life of Aaron Riley on on Twitter, not on Twitter Instagram, and I think it's the life of Aaron Riley on Twitter. I'd anyway Twitter. You can I mean, I'm on eight Theus nomad stuff. So you can follow me, which I love. Follow you on social media. Yeah. On Twitter life of Aaron Riley at life of air of Aaron Bernie, put on your address. Please. Yeah. So I. Yeah. I mean, I talk about it on stage. A little apple still doesn't have swipe. Oh. Oh, no, you can install. But yeah, I mean patriot patriots. We could talk about that more. I do have a bit about cocaine now because I did do something. I mean, I didn't actually realize till recently. And I think we talked about this. I didn't actually realize how recently that I was kind of a drug addict like. I am. You're recovering or being I like certain drugs 'cause what I'm asking. I'm totally cool. I just don't drink anymore either. I kind of gave that up only because only because it hurts my stomach. Aunt, and I'm very vain because I noticed that after the day the day after I drink. I'm like, oh, man my wrinkles under my eyes. So I'm like fuck it. I can do drugs instead. Okay. So for ballet music on MD as incredible. Yes. Okay. So they would. I mean, listen, it was amazing. It was it was really fun. Time music was fun. We watched some comedy stuff, which was really interesting and just like if you're with a really cool person just talking. So it was fun. I like I'm thinking about it now, and I can feel it. And I'm like, oh, this is such a fun. You for Eric lovely time. But I grow LA drug user, not drug abuser. Yeah. Exactly. Yeah. Yeah. I mean when I did cocaine. It was definitely an abuse for sure. And so it got to a point where I had dropped like the last time that I did cocaine. I had drop like one hundred dollars to sit by myself in my room and organiz my closet. Which then, you know, still high was like or not the reason why we're doing the, no, you're divulging patron only content. Ooh. Sorry. Actually, you can see that at a show because that's part of my also that's fine too. That's a bit younger Joe or get behind the pay wall. Yeah. Exactly. So I mean, so this is part of Aaron the dirty laundry. You're just getting a taste that just a little taste kinda like, you know, the first time you do coke. And if you're in the video, here's Rocco till Bronco. But g think did you say you didn't grow up religious. No, I grew up in a household that just didn't care. Yeah. So would you like what did you do on Sunday? We're first of all are you from Idaho? All right. I was born in Mississippi. Okay. But we moved at the age of two before I developed an accent or racial attitudes. Nyc camera so. I know he's like one of. Okay. So then you move to Idaho to moved Idaho. Auto at two there's pictures of the move in like a bunch of photos. I have boxes of and a lot of them. I'm on a leash. So it's. Okay. Well, we were also at like a rodeo, and I remember being told that I was on the lease because I kept trying to go out to the balls. I am. I'm a firm believer that if you're not a adult human animal leashes are often necessary. So the supplies to dogs and small children. Yeah. Yeah. It applied to me. Right. Probably why like being collared now. No. Look at how many kids my little kids backpacks have leashes attached to them. Yeah. It's smart and their door. The leash right? So my question is did you was it Embo Z that you grew up like or is that a in Boise? Not until later on on. We first came to Idaho. We were around a lot of small towns. Okay. I grew up in Haley, and salmon and Emmett so that makes it a little bit more sense. To me, why wasn't such a big deal because I grew up on the west side of Boise, and that was Mormon central. But I heard about that a lot when I leased to move to the valley early enough or to the region early enough to learn how to pronounce the city correctly. Yes. Yeah. Yeah. See I mean who the fuck cares. No, one cares. Boise. Laborious? Right. But my I guess that's the whole why I was asking what did you do? On sundays. Did anybody give you shit for not doing shit on Sundays owed ride, my bike and turtles and be ignored? Had video games was because I would pay so much tension to them, and it was easy to manage me. But that's why I can probably finish mega man. Two on one life still. That's why you love Harry Potter video games much. Now just kidding nor like that. Because it's an interactive novel, and I've grown attached the characters I like how Morales snide is kinda come around from being the Drako Malfoy substitute to be in a friend. Okay. Oh, good. No. That's great. Don't give you side. I I can see you. All right. My Popeye face. Yeah. You want to? I mean, what made you want to because you went to your you've started school later in life. Like what made you want to go into a science? And I mean, how did that happen? No more about Jason. Okay. I always have like science was probably the things that I was best at in grade school. But when I was in my great long suck of organ and data entry I found myself being attracted to scientific podcasts. And what really pushed me over the edge was the skeptics guide to the universe was one that I started could Suming, and I like I listened to it from the beginning when you're working fifty hours a week right on that's the bribes. Giving away the book, right? Yep. I'm friends with Bob Novell on Facebook. He doesn't know who I am. But I still like him. But yeah, I listened to that whole that whole podcast like up to I haven't listened to it in a while just because I've gotten busy, but I really like the idea of having a fundamental scientific knowledge and background who evaluate who was full of shit or not that's like the whole thing. Like, I like the idea of not being tricked. I like the idea of knowing who's trying to fool you with like there, and I was drawn to the fallacies of arguments for the same reason. I took a class of Boise state called reason discourse that would talk about the toolman model of arguments and how to analyze the unspoken claims in the warrant and the in the grounds and I loved it. I was really drawn to that. I really like being able to put together structured thoughts and arguments and know, why you believe what you believe in. No win to base it on evidence. And to know win you're speculating to be able to know when you might have gaps in knowledge, right? Well, the scientists scientific theory should be everybody should know it. What what do we know what we want to know about Jason wanna know about Jason? What's my perfect Sunday is Yellen? So I will fix Sunday Neopolitan banana pineapple whip cream hot fudge. I'll do a cherry on top. You. I won't eat it. 'cause I know too much about what it gets stored in. But it's still you know, you've got to looks. Did you know that the American not was made at Oregon state university? No, I will eat them. But they're ruining cherries. It's true. That's true. But my perfect Sunday. Otherwise is. I don't know. I haven't had a good Sunday in forever Sunday as the day. You do all the homework. You should have done. Since at the home listener and not the viewer. No everybody you are in school right now. No right now, I'm destined house. Well, yes. But I mean in general in life, you are going through finishing my junior year in a physics degree with the biophysics emphasis. Right. So you smart kind of getting your smart. Stop looking at me. I'm looking at the camera and giving you side. And you're just going to have to deal with it. Like, I am a dynamic human. I can't just sit the Jason people. Wanna know they? Yes, they do p our friends wanna know why we have such a weird relationship. You and me. Yes, they say that we have a weird. So. Laurence says it's like a sibling relationship people say that every time we're around each other like what what's happening with the two of you. Why do you guys give I know? No. I know I feel like we just like to give each other shit freaks out. Denial really hurt. My feelings. Stop it. I would say. I feel like now I'm blushing. Because you like me I like you as a person, we're friends, we don't talk as much anymore. This is the couch that we're going to work out our shit. Sure. Why not? Let's do it. Because we don't talk as much anymore. And I think it's because you're in school. And then I have I have a dramatic life that happens, and I don't want to bother you with it ever. But then I feel like then we don't talk for a while. And then it gets weird. I don't think it gets. It doesn't feel weird at all. From my end. Like, yeah. I just assume you're busy as well. Yes. I am actually very busy with my with my sitting in talking on Facebook to people all always got the green dot on Facebook. I yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. To bailable. I don't know. I really am to villa. A little mystery. So we got real ballet with there were one of my first podcast too. So skeptics guide. Awesome. Yeah. We got. So Joe dancing. He then I tune in late, but enjoying this. Possum, welcome Soajo. You've been a patron for a long time. Thank you, you rock and Colleen rose. I like Jason's voice. He's got a great voice. His breathing. What? Me too much. No, don't worry about that. And have a great voice about girly fat girl ballet with what's your dream car and last full album, you listen to so for me or for everybody. Everybody my dream album. Dream car car. I want something that looks weird. I don't know. Like I was really drawn to the Nissan juke because it looks weird. But I don't think they're making it anymore. So now, it's maybe the Nissan kick. But I wanted to entire it as blue, and I kind of do what the police box like visor at the top the last full album, you listen to. Oh, well, I haven't listened to the full album. But I have started listening to Pearl Jam again. Nice. Yeah. I got the song elderly woman stuck in my head. And I've been singing at constantly and my wife hates me. Because I sing it too much whatever, you know. All right. So the last full album, I listen to probably ended up actually being night wish to a greatest show on earth thing with Richard Dawkins. I think that's probably the last one I actually listened to now with Hugh, Jack all the way through. No, okay. So the last time I just listen to just dropped yesterday. It's Liz's album. Please everybody go and check it out Liz's amazing. She's very body positive and just fucking gorgeous. And her voice is awesome. And she's a flouting st- and she twerk while playing the flute. Also, maybe someday we'll talk about the second concert. I went to a jinx is part of the story, and that'll be fun. Who is Liz I feel like I Liz, Liz. So I'm actually going to see her this is why it works out. So well that we're doing five hours now because next week I'm in Portland specifically to go see her show sold out show. Okay, Portland dream car. Jason. Did you cover that one? Yeah. It was the weird cars. Okay. Aaron did. You know, I did it. So my dream car. Like, I don't give a shit about cars. I used to be like a really avid like trying to be nature person. And so I wanted like a CRV or something that would get me into the back country. And lately, I'm like, no. So I don't know. I I don't I don't think about cars is dream cars. Okay. So my new one and this because I know exactly just shocking. She was a question. We got this. Two so mine, I would have to say I bring it up kind of as a joke periodically to keep Lauren from none of us. A no fifteen passenger sprinter van with the oh crap. I'm blanking on the name of it. But some kind of in vitro mobile. Waiter mobile four wheel drive lifted. Awesome setups. So you take this fan, and you can disengage either drive train. So either axle in case, you need to try to get out of a really rough spot that you get into and you turn it into a basically a motorhome which realistically in the current environment with housing and wages and all of that. Yes. It would be very handy to have. When time is good a adventure mobile. This is this revival. Type for how you like when the apocalypse, let me continue. But when when the economy is good, you've got a a vehicle to get you out in tune adventures with the family mobile studio in it all that kind of stuff. And then when the economy's really bad, you have a place to live when you get a victim for Muir still getting basically twenty ten rent duplex, which we are currently in right? Right. And so that way you can use all your Survivalists knowledge. Actually now that you said that though, I really do. And I guess this means dream car. I really do want to get like a little RV thing. And then go and visit all the national parks and monuments that seemed like a fun vacation for me at one point in time. Now, I'm like gas prices are fucking. Ridiculous. So no fucking way. Be. If you get a victory for or price out of your place, then oh, he no. Because I could just do that on my nonprofit paycheck to paycheck job right now wall next question from the chat. I knew that's what you really did is Facebook all day that was from Kelley Doral or you. Yes, darn it. Hey, Kelly, please don't say anything at work priming has stopped. Shaming blaming status is good now. Hey, what's upstream? Okay. Hey, kelly. I knew you were listening kind of. And then I I realize soon as I said, it was like, you know, what I have a co worker listening, and she has the office next to mine. This girl message me for three hours straight during a business day ones. No. I'm just kidding. She likes still get my work done, though, K. I like, I sit and wait for emails, and I do orientations, and I get my work done. I just happened to also sit on Facebook. Sometimes or sorry like I knew you're going with Facebook. But I kind of edited out the word book. Okay. So from Kelley dole. Hey. That's that was yesterday. Is this somebody you work with your? Oh, this is your your co worker that you were telling me, okay Franchi. I could tell you drink it a vet 'cause they're not. Let's see. Irish you were thinking of it. Yeah. Yeah. Sometimes when I get really excited because I've been hopped up on the caffeine right now. And the fact that I just got busted at work, and please Kelly. Kili change the conversation. Please kelly. Don't don't share my cigarette. You give give Erin as much shit as you possibly can. Because one of the things I learned from Jason that helps submit him as a a regular on the show in Aaron as a co host for the show is the fact that is so much fun giving Aaron shits. Yeah. I mean, like most people it's just rude and mean, errands fun. She takes it. So well, she doesn't go home and cry about it later. Pelly she she was talking for three hours yesterday, not working talking for three hours. Kill you. Got some vendetta here with growing. Sorry about that. He was working yesterday. There was some stuff that was coming in. Now today, Erin is working for five hours, and we'll be paid less far less than. Movin ninety. No. And she's at IRA myself guys. You don't realize I'm like seriously sitting here shooting myself at this moment. So. No. I'm just like I'm a little bit sweaty nervous about the fact that I have a coworker who's listening? And she just said, oh, I'll give her S star star star grasping. Stressed asterik? She yes, she's a hard worker. Thank you. Go shooting yourself now. No, I'm not saying myself. I actually have to go to twin falls twice this next month. Wow. To teach someone how to put on orientational, which I love. But you know, that means that I have to go to twin falls twice. Your detour down to jackpot. So. No, it'll it'll be great. I mean, they'll pay for my mileage the middle the next month. Okay. So Erin, you have somebody from work listening in watching this meeting. You right now give her eye contact. I'm getting new I contact Kelly. Gotta look at the camera every almost every day. But that's okay for your job. You don't work in a place like me where I had a birthday luncheon yesterday with one of the chaplains and the director of mission intergration pouring me a refill on my ice tea, while one of the chaplains who also had a birthday this month sitting there. Yeah. Yeah. True. Instead, I eat guacamole from a birthday luncheon. And then have an allergic reaction that makes me go to albertsons and have to get a Benadryl in the middle of the day. That's what happened to me. Yes. Today. I'm finding out that I'm like allergic to some weird preservative and every time it gets a little bit worse. I'm just waiting for the day that I'm going to go into inflec- shock because I'm like whoops hoops. The crazy thing for me. So from Kelley again. No, you guys are hilarious. This is great. Oh perfect. I had the point about the time. I moved to Boise. I was starting to have allergic reactions at all ready had at least one e trip by the time, I moved here. Now, we're talking about illness. Allergic stuff. I know. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I found is after I went to an allergist to actually find out. What's going on? Yeah. Right. It's oral allergy syndrome. I had started thinking before that that I was allergic to all pesticides or preservatives, or any wasn't quite sure. What I know. It's just my immune system confuses certain fruits Mullins interesting. And if during peak allergy season, you just fruits everything is fine. Maybe that's it. I don't know. Maybe because it it seems that will I it started with almond extract. I can't have any pure almond extract that hasn't been cooked. And then it was these like, can you might be allergic to almonds that is actually eat almonds and almonds fine. That's the almond extract. It's a weird oral allergy syndrome. It could actually I'm thinking maybe that might be it because then the next time it was like these Thanh chips that had like this this. This was Sabi coating on it. And then it got worse if you can deep fry want Puerto frito so over him and. Oh talion. Nachos. Yes. Okay. But do you know, it's two o'clock dozen. It's two o'clock. We are actually five minutes from the hour because we went four minutes over last night. We've got our actual our our content upper sued skit split in came. Okay. So we're running the lights red in the light. We got to wrap it up though, we got four minutes throughout. What questions do you have for me? And Erin listeners. There are we really? Our peak concurrent is seven people, and our total view time right now is five we're done. No. Doesn't know. Jason. Let's plug you plug you right now. What where are you going to be? What's happening? What's going on with your life? What's going on with my life is I have two or three weeks left in school? Yeah. Yeah. I'll be done for the summer, and I have a week off before after sir fulltime biophysics membrane research, which sounds actually fascinating research. I am excited about I'm doing a couple of projects this summer. I'm going to be working on creating a membrane synthetic membrane out of a loyal water interface using a droplet immersed in an organic solvent to where lipids and former natural mono layer around the water and then at the bottom of the chamber. There's like a flat planer membrane to and then we can actually likes motion together and create a Beyeler between the two and then that to do studies on trans membrane voltages. So that will be exciting. I'm looking forward to that and improves on previous techniques because it used to just be a hydrogel. But now we can do a quick solution. Which means we can change the buffers and electrolytes and increase the size and the surface area of the violator. So it's it's really opening up possibilities for experiments. Awesome. That I'm also looking at life is owns and creating wipe zones. That can carry chemotherapy drugs through the bloodstream and re learning how to target them to only break at tumor sites as the concentration gradient goes down as it goes away from the site. It goes to non-deadly levels, which means it has a potential application down the road of targeted chemotherapy instead of global which would improve quality of life for cancer patients share. Okay. That's awesome. Nice. That is pretty amazing. See some not just pretty deal. Also have any comedy coming up? I do. I like that too. I have on the books right now is I'm doing errands open bike edge brewing. Yes, I'm gonna be on the the next one just as a person, but like on June nine fell the headlining competency. Yes. And then in may I'm going to try cities to do jokers comedy club for three nights. Cool think it's the weekend of the twenty third but the Thursday Friday Saturday night, I'll be the feature comedian for that weekend night. Then in August. I'm the feature comedian with Sherry j fit and host Aaron Riley at liquid labs downtown, Boise. Yes. And I'm looking forward to that. Because like I've kind of discarded remembering my jokes and just make everything up on stage. And I've been having a great time with it lately. I'll nice I haven't fun. Yeah. Yeah. Having a lot more fun than worrying about like structure and order over so making it more enjoyable for me. And where can we follow? You can follow me. Well, I leave my house around. I'm on Facebook. He can I'm friends with Aaron so follow her. You can find me through that. Or I don't remember. I think it's Mr. Jason ward. But whenever I do my name on social media because there's so many God damned Jason words in this world. I miss my name the way, I always miss type it. So it's J A O S N ward like Johnson. But yeah, I always tight my name that way the first way and I just decided to run with it. So my Twitter is that Jason ward with the misspell. And so is my Instagram. Okay. All right. We are out of time. So Jason thank you very much that here and listeners remember, not all those who wander are lost. Thank you for listening to another episode of atheists nomads, you can find show notes and contact information at day Theus, nomads dot com. Follow us on Twitter, ATS nomads and like us on Facebook at Facebook dot com slash eight. You snow MAGS, please subscribe to the show tunes, Stitcher or your podcasts of choice. And while you're there feel free to leave us a review the music is courtesy of sturdy Fred until next time this has been he atheists nomads.

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287: Get to Know Your Marketing Team - Jason Cahill

Daily Sales Tips

00:00 sec | 1 year ago

287: Get to Know Your Marketing Team - Jason Cahill

"You're listening to the daily sales tips. PODCAST and I'm your host Scott Ingram. Today's tip comes from Jason. Ko Jason Jason Works in commercial sales at Sirat Ian and is responsible for their southwestern Ontario territory in Canada. Here he is with today's tip. Hey Scott Jay here. I thought I'd start out by giving some tips to you in on how to start in sales. I have a lot of friends that are you know. Starting new businesses or scaling up businesses businesses that are doctors engineers all kinds of backgrounds but sales is something obviously as we know is very important to scale gala or start up a business but they don't have a background in that or also. Some people that are starting sales is a brand new career and don't know where to start. I thought I'd offer some some some tips on how to get started. And my first one is to get to know your marketing folks. So a lot of people in sales don't really think think about you know talking or connecting with people in marketing. Even though we're on the same team we both have the same goal. And that's to finally dame closed deals. Most people think about marketing adding of just people that just you know Bob leads over the fence and sales picks up in kind of runs. It is kind of like that but I think that if sales started to connect with marketing a little bit more of a meaningful way. It would increase sales dramatically. The first thing I would do I would talk to. Somebody in marketing is find out. What campaigns chains running for your market or your product? And ask who they're targeting specifically y might hear the word personas thrown around and find out. Why does that persona fit our and you'll or marketing qualified lead profile. And you know why now is there something going on in the industry. I should know about out. Why we targeting these folks so I think also ask him about their contents were kind of content there generating right now. Is it a broad strokes on topics that are are affecting your industry or as something affecting that your prospect directly in their job their vertical or even as it are they creating things in thought leadership and there's collateral liking e book or or even a Webinar that you can use to to get in the door most importantly as if you're new right and you're not ready to start pitching your product or service if you're newly company or new to the industry or just new did sales in general just talk to marketing and get some insight from them on what's going on. Why if you start pitching too early. You're going to be extremely nervous. You're not going to be confident. And your prospects are GonNa feel that that you're nervous as well and you're GonNa make them so you know talk about you know the why and the how I and get that information from marketing and I think that It's a great place. Lisa start especially for new people that are just getting into the to the GIG and you'll be ready and armed with a lot of information than that your colleagues or even even your competition aren't really talking about and it's a different angle to differentiate yourself. Okay that's why I said it to learn more about Jason. Just click over to daily. Sales dot tipped hips forward slash to eighty seven. And if you WANNA be like Jason Because you regularly listen to these tips but WANNA give back to the community and contribute your own tip. Just look for the submit assails tip link at the top of the page. Thanks for listening. Be Sure to come back tomorrow for another great sales tip.

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Alpha Partners Need Sex | 059

SHADES OF INTIMACY

33:12 min | 2 years ago

Alpha Partners Need Sex | 059

"Hello, hello. This is Jason Smith, founder of Said's intimacy. I'm here with my wife, Jenny Smith Jenny Smith. So first off this is what I want you to do if you've been listening to this podcast for a while. And you feel the urge to work with us than I want. You to contact us is for me at Jason type in the name. Jason Jason F as in Frank Smith Jason f Smith dot com Jason at Jason f Smith dot com, Jenny. What is your Email address? Is Jenny stand shield. At deal dot com. Jenny Stanfield at gmaiLcom. Okay, right now, if you wanna work with us. Get on your computer and Email us directly, and we will get into a powerful conversation with you about your intimacy about your relationship, and we'll see if we are good fit to work with you. Hey, wasn't laughing that I was laughing at the fact that our Boston terrier was and still is having a complete and utter sneeze attack right now as usual, I have lost the war of the animals. There are three animals in this room in our pristine podcast booth. That should not be here. And jen's words were. Quote, I'm not kicking them out until they give me a reason to kick them. They're working on it. They're working but cats furiously searching for a reason, he kicked out. Yup. Okay, jenny. What is the topic of our podcast today? We're going to talk about no sex. No sex. Yeah. Toss them. So this if you're if you're worried right now, this is not a celibacy practice. No, it's not. I was I had a teacher once and we were talking, and he's like, you know, Jason it's possible. That sells celibacy is a practice could be good for you for two to three years at a time. And I was like oh. I. Pump the brakes and your low longer my teaching and we're done. No this came up a couple weekends ago because we had a weekend where it was a no sex weekend. And we usually really try to another make our weekends. So that we're very much present and dropped in with one another. And that's of all the time. We make sure that we carve out time on the weekends for sex. Because it's it may be because of scheduling and things like that. It may be the only time that we can really drop in super deeply in more than just a quickie. And so it's very important us. And so we would that's just what we do. And there was one weekend where I can't really recall it happened, but it was sex weekend. There was a lot of things going on. We had a lot of competing interests. We had a lot of things competing for our time. And it we ended up fighting quite a bit. Quite a bit. Yeah. Because of the no sex weekend. So turned into a really good thing because it caused us to stop and say. Like what's going on? Right. Like, what's? And we. Well, we knew the specific simplicity was that we hadn't had time to connect and sex. But then we started understand. Why was this making us bristle? What were we getting out of sex? What was it giving to us? That was feeding some part of ourselves. What we discovered that? We were being fed in some way. Right. I mean, there was something definitely missing. There is a depletion and we were getting really bitchy with each other. And for me, I don't know how you felt Johnny. But for me, I was I had less energy during the week. I felt like at a deficit because I felt like I had to reconnect with you to fuel the engines. Yeah. And. That certainly was a story that I could examine right felt authentic felt like there was a there was a legitimate energetic. Diminishment? Yeah. And I think for me what I felt is you know, there's something so important about having really connected sex. Because in that in those moments is when I am able to stop routing all this energy to my ego, or my shields or my masculine because you know, going out in the world, it's like coming home and having sex like. Deep sex one of the most challenging and beautiful things about it is dropping stripping ego off dropping ego at the door and surrendering. And that's something that as a woman. I don't get to do out in the world. Like Norwood, nor would it be appropriate. Nor would I be fucking functional. I go out to work and be in this absolutely surrendered state. But that's what my feminine yearns for could. I go into work and kick ass and be surrendered. No, I would not be as functional I would not be as efficient. I would not be kicking ass in business since let's stop because I just my mind just lit up with an idea here. So when we don't have sex there is a infield little. Frustration. And I think a lot of guys can can feel this right? This initial frustration. And you're kind of being an ass. Right. Because it's a it's a genital friction. You're you're wanting and then you're getting more focused, and then you're blaming and there's a cycle karmic cul de sac, which we've talked about in past workshops, but here's something really interesting sit back, and this is what you did. So sit back and go. Okay. So yeah, genetically I had this desire to have sex, and I'm getting stressed, and I want to use it as stress relief. And I'm I'm getting frustrated. Right, right. Ask ask yourself was what you just did. Okay. What's her niece? That is there is there an urge under sex beyond genital friction. Oh, yeah. Because I know for myself because I've been there porn masturbating. And so men, I know there's a lot of you out there. Born masturbation. And it doesn't work like if it was just if if that worked everyone's just do it and their marriages will be happy. Right. But they don't work they go to their women. And they want more ask yourself. What is that and Jenny just asked herself that and she came up with a really interesting thing that she wanted underneath just having stress relief genital friction or chasm rate. Yeah. I mean to me it goes. Yes. Is it is it fantastic come home and have sex and have an amazing orgasm. Does that put me straight in the middle of my body? Yes. Does that blow me open? Yes. Does that feel amazing? Yes. Do I feel connected. Yes. And then, you know, if we're really talking about alpha couples who are out there kicking ass in the world. There for me. There has to be more than just that. There has to be more than just that. And that's why we can have quickies during the week, and we do have quickies during the week, but to have a sustained sustained time during the weekend and carving that out and really connecting deeply insects. It goes way beyond. Though orgasm like the bodily component become secondary to what happens in order to even get there. And like I was saying for me one of the big things is surrender just fucking surrendering open into my feminine. So how did you get there? Like, how did you look past just getting sections in discovering that there was something more in the sexual connection for you? I don't like wanna stop at the power your question that you stopped and said, wait a minute. There's something more going on here for me. It was almost reverse engineering it so when we have amazing powerful sex on the weekends. How do I show up that next week? How do I show up, and so reverse engineering that to that moment where when I drop into my feminine, fully and surrender to your masculine and just blown open. There's there's almost a looseness in me the next week and not looseness as in. I don't have my shit together. A graceful. Ease of function. Exactly exactly instead of this tightly wound angular penetrative little being that I can become that can be very tightly wired shit get shit done versus a woman who was had moments in the weekend. Just completely drop open and surrender to pleasure into connection into love. And then to take that into my next week. Like, I I am a much more easel being. Yes. And we just had an example of this. I was listening to a teacher on a coach on on the internet, and she was talking, and I mentioned to you. I said oh that woman's like angular like it's like get your shit together. And there was a strength to it. And it had power that it was also. Brittle. Right. I note member told to you. And you're like, yeah. Yeah. That's that's the difference. There's like. Wasn't bad. I don't want to say that. But there was like, ooh. Like a withdrawal from it that that came from the brittleness in her body that she wasn't an easy full fall. And she hadn't flipped frankly, this she hadn't been well fucked, right? And I'll get that way. Well, fucked IB come brittle. I absolutely do. I become like a tightly wound little string. And so it is. That's when I reverse engineer, and the beautiful part is when I am more easel when there's more of a looseness, and I'm able to kind of surf my life more. I am way more effective at work. I am way more effective within our family. I am way more because all of a sudden I have greater capacity. I have ease of functioning instead of just this myopic narrow little reverberating creature that has to get shit done well networks for men too. I mean, I think about the times in my life when I've been super focused and getting shit done. This. And become obsessed like an I'm getting it done and. I get Brittle's. Fuck people don't wanna be around me like become a driving force a hurricane of laser. And you've been in the swath of that. And it is your open feminine that like eases my soul and makes it worth it's almost like it's not worth doing because it's just so hatefully driven by focus like in you bring light. You bring light and make it worth it. But I have the exact same fan when I get overly focused and brittle and just nasty and people get in my way, and I started pushing them aside. Right. Like, it's your vulnerability. Is your Volmer ability say, hey, there's a light side to this. Yeah. That is actually more effective in business, right? Right. Yeah. Well, what that reminds me of two is. To be in that place of for me for my feminine surrender have to become bigger. And it's not that. I have I do become bitter. I become a bigger being like, I become I don't know. I become bigger instead of. This masculine shell that I wear that. That does really great things out in the world that doesn't there's a degree to which that doesn't have to be hugely huge out in the world doesn't have to be big. But for me to surrender to be that Oshii Annick feminine. I'm much much bigger. And that reminds me because it just reminds me of when I become bigger, you know, you were just saying, okay. You're masculine can become very focused Mary narrow and very brittle it well in that moment when I surrender into this gigantic oceanic feminine your masculine becomes bigger to hold it. So let's let's tell a little story. We had an experience recently where I'm always I have this this disposition of I wanna open you more. I want to open you more. And I do that through the practice of masculine presence. Right. An attrition and she her participations to invite. And open and give me energy, and we had a particular evening out on the porch. It was very. Like unplanned, and I just brought presence to the moment without really trying either. Right. And you open like another like like an exponential degree, right? And so here is the funny part of the story. My initial reaction was oh fuck. Oh, no. Like, oh, no what if I got myself into. But that position was super vulnerable and powerful for you. Yeah. But the I like you. Let's describe it this way. There was a layer of Jenn easy go it e that dropped away. Right. And you became so much more like the tides of the ocean the hurricanes like the the planet spinning I'm not like, I'm using language that can't be put on it. But when you see it man, it will all at the same time to two things it will terrify the fuck out of you. You know, you've done it. Right. If you're like, oh, fuck like, she's a different order of being in this moment. She's tapping into something much bigger than her. And holy fuck. I'm now way more attracted, right, but I'm hissing my pants because now I my my container. My awareness has to expand metric you just looking at her right now and your woman, so look at your woman right now in your mind's eye, and then imagine she was the size of the planet Venus, and you'd have to you'd have to get some distance back you'd have to hold strengths. See the whole planet. That's what it's like toxic aiding -ly, powerful and scary as hell. Yeah. Well, and that's why sex is so important too. Because. For women out there for powerful women out there to really tap into your to a true power source. It is to surrender into that huge huge vast feminine. And then there's nothing more delicious than to have a man there that is holding that and seeing you. We've talked about this and we've talked about the masculine feminine. And there's some podcasts or you can reach out and ask us about it. But the masculine is as we defined the awareness. So it's the it's the witness and the beholder and the feminine is to be held. It's the light. It's the energy. It's the planets. It's the life in the death in the movement. It's everything. And so when a woman identifies with her Matt feminine, she you can identify with as little as much as you want and the more you vulnerably open the more you can identify with. Yeah. And it's it's is incredibly powerful, right and intimidating. Yeah. And yeah, I mean, it's it is it absolutely is. And it's going to that place where you said, you know, when I am well fucked. I am reminded of what my power sources. You're reminded that you're I hate this terminology, but I'm gonna use it. Anyway, that you're a goddess that there's a deity there's a divine nature that you've connected to the divine. Yeah. Yeah. I think you know, the other thing that I realize when you know, when I when I start thinking about okay, why is why a sec so so important for power couples? And again, I'm not talking about the sex where you are just rubbing off on one another. I am not talking about just habitual sex. I'm talking about really time that you're carving out and just going deep in dropping in with like non ego drop your ego at the door. Sex. Yeah. And what I realize too. It goes back to kind of what we've already been saying was when I'm able to be well fucked and really remember my power source my feminine, how big I am. I remember that. I'm a co creator here. Like, I bring back my creative juices. I am a creator, and that's huge. And that creates fuel in my life. Yeah. I've I have a little different way of looking at it than you do. But we both right at the same area. Right. Where? The question came from is like there's fuel like sexual connection is fuel. Yeah. Right. And we're all about connection. That's what we're here for we use expansion and care challenging care expansion in love to get to connection. Yeah. But connection then fuels creation. Right. And that's what. I mean, that's a bottom line for you. And I like we love this connection. We love to build challenge we love to feel safe. But the bottom line is, and I'm gonna use fun terminology. We're partners in crime. Creating something. And sometimes it's simple like an evening with the kids. We create an atmosphere for people. We create our sacred circles where people come to the workshops and the transform we create things, right? We create a garden we create a family create a home, and we get off what happened. Digging her little claws into my leg thought. That's what it was. She's just suddenly she's got this painful look on her face. And of course, my ego said what did I say wrong? Right. So is about creation in fuels for me that sexual connection fuels creation. Yeah. Yeah. We were. We were just talking about this earlier where I think for some people for them to tap into being a creator or expanding. It's like, yeah. I'm going to go live on a mountain for ten years. And that's how I do it. Well, that's not how I do it. How I do. I mean, that's why we have this podcast. That's why we do these workshops is because the way that I have into creation, and I'm not talking about making babies, by the way the way that I tap into creation is through sex sexual energy Poletti, the dance between the masculine and the feminine that fuels. Mike creation that nourishes me in such a way and informs me in such a way that all of a sudden, I can see. Structures and patterns and maps in IB come creative force. That's not what. In the big picture. Right. And I I would say to if you're listening to this podcast. Then you probably have that too. I mean, that's why there's that spark. That's why there's interest. What that's wait. You're intrigued. Let's face because there's something that it's like, yeah. There's something about cultivating life force energy in a partnership that resulted in creation in my life. Yeah. Because let's face it. A lot of people come to us to have better sex sex. Right. And always tell what you really searching for underneath is is is bigger connection men and women both you want a deeper connection. Right. And then the next step is. If you ask the hard questions and you get past the genital friction and you start to become a force in the world. Like, that's why we call them alpha partners alpha couples. Then they the wanna create something. And so the sexual connection which you eliminated as as the full dance of the masculine and the feminine the penetration and the reception right that fuels your creation. Whether it's creating something in your body, something with your connection to the voice to God. The relationship to the world to your children and to your business, and that's the thing too. I mean, if you're power for personnel in the world, which you all are, then you, you know, and understand how to work with life force energy how to work with the masculine and the feminine on some level because you are manifesting you're creating things right now. And so then you boil that down to this condensed moment between you and your partner where you are in sex. Really engaging in that dance. In almost like, the first thing we talked about was almost like challenge having, you know, having to shed the layers come to each other. Totally naked invulnerable without your shields without your ego hummed each other face to face, and then dance that fucking dance of the masculine and the feminine. You're just taking everything that you work with every single day in boiling it down to this beautiful moment that becomes so informative for the rest of your life. And then you leave that moment. And again, you're changed your transformed. Sex transforms you. Yeah. It's it's critical. And again, we think I mean sex in and of itself, it's great. It's wonderful there so much juice to it. But there's also a shamelessness about it. Yeah. We were talking about us. One of the words came out for us that we were sex positive. And body positive and the Polack positive, and so this out of you see this in this. When you start the dance on this level of creation, then everything everything in your murky past and life, all the junk in debris becomes fodder for the story fodder for the creation. Yeah. Think about just your famous trying to come up with a story that everyone knows Harry Potter. You know, Harry Potter's parents were murdered and he was raised by these dolts. Okay. So those are negative things. Right. But they became the fuel for an amazing character story and his ark and his growth. So you can do the same. You can take the elements of your past and he'll them as Harry Potter. Did. I'm just going geek hear me like going on talk about Frodo. Frodo and six. Try to use a character. Everyone knows who had a tough pass your pass becomes part of your creation. Yeah. Your healing it. But you still use it as a co creative force of the universe. Right. Well, and I loved what you said to and I don't know if you intended this. But it I mean when you come into like really deep sex with someone there is a place in you that all those little places those little stories of shame in those little collapses in those little tiny places where you hide and kind of just flinch and turn away turn away, and those bodily places where I don't want you to see this or that like when you really come in have deep sex with your partner, those places start to burn away. You really do start to. You can't hide. And there's nothing you start to understand. There is nothing to hide from this person. And so you burn that away. And you burn that away in the more that you become that person that has nothing to hide the far more powerful. You are out in the world, you essentially, become more and more honest. Yeah. Right. Yeah. And to do that you need to become more vulnerable to be seen fully. Yeah. Shameless shameless. Yeah. Okay. And then I think you know, the other thing that comes up for me too is. And I it's kind of like, I think this is leading into it too. Is. When you are in a position and sex is really the best position. I mean, the place that brings us out the most I think. Is or one of the places? It's the vulnerability that's required for really deep sex. It's the vulnerability, and if you are truly Volna Rable with your partner. Then you're not sedating if you are backing away from the edge of owner ability with your partner. You are sedating you really truly. Are. You're hiding your sedating. You're diminishing something you're numbing it out. You're dumbing it down. There's a place in you that sedating when you are face to face with your lover. And anything less than vulnerability comes up. You are numbing something out. Running your hiding you probably feel shame on some level. Yeah. Another one is that you fear action. Right. Yeah. But I mean, that's just such a beautiful thing. Again, when you when you want to so let's take our are no sex weekend. A we have weakens that have this type of sex, and then we step out of the door Monday morning. And all of a sudden, I am I have more easel functioning. I have tapped into my power source, my source of creation, and I have dropped. So deeply into a place of vulnerability with you that I've burnt away any sort of sedation. Like, I'm alive in my life. When I leave Monday morning, truly alive to my life. And that's what sex does for me. Well. I love that you answered that you ask the hard questions. What's what's really happening? What's beyond just gentle, friction? And I think your answers are really powerful. And they've breaded for me because. So easy to get caught in that swirl of just. When is that? Monkeys having sex rodents rodents have sex rodents to have have sex. Yes. So. I believe that we all on this podcast. Unless homing I feel I feel a residence with people listening saying we fuck like rats, though, I think we all feel as human beings that there's something more to us. Yeah. For sure. So our fucking can be rodent like just exactly like every other rodent or any memo. And what we're saying is that it can be more. Right. Yeah. Yeah. And you know, what kind of occurs to me too is just really feeling into this part about if you're anything less than vulnerable with your partner, you're sedating. And I just think about I mean, it it's like the rabbit hole. All the way down any level of kind of squeamishness or turning away from your partner in a moment of face to face connection. You truly are. You're trying you're hiding anything less than absolutely vulnerable. Irony is sedation actually takes appears like you're doing nothing. Right. But actually takes more energy. Yeah. It takes tremendous energy to sedate. We went to a Halloween party. And there were just a number of wonderful magical people there, and there were also people, and we were one of them at one time in our life who were in Syria sedation, and I remember looking at some of these people going, you are you are utilizing a huge amount of energy to stay small. Yeah. Massive amount of effort. And if you, you know, and again, like, you said, this was us in our lives to you know, there were times in my life where it's like, okay. I am using so much energy to stay stuck. What if unsaid I unleashed that energy in my life? I mean, that's huge on this occasion. That you're talking about this vulnerability. Not sedating is. Process of lowering your shields with your partner just lowering them. And that's terrifying. That scary. And it's empowering re-empower because it takes you back to your actual. I power source, right? Yeah. You're authentic powers already there. You're just covering it. With a lot of bullshit, right? And I mean, really with our partners. I mean for me when I'm with you. I mean that it again, you show me that I have nothing to hide I see that reflection in you, and that's really good sex. That's really good sex is to be in that moment where there is nothing to hide. So if this is resonating with you, I opened the podcast with us. I'm enclosed a podcast with reach out to me right now. Jason at Jason F as in Frank Smith dot com. Jason Jason Smith dot com right now. We'll get on a powerful phone call either meet or Joanie, and we'll have a conversation. About working together and exploring these areas in your life. If you're an alpha couple, and you want to fuel your connection in your creation in life. Then get on a phone call right now with us start with an Email reach out to us. And we'll set up a powerful conversation. All right. And of course, if you want to go back and listen to any of our podcasts and for future podcasts. Join us at shades of intimacy dot com and until next time.

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The Mando and The Child

Radio Free Endor: A "Star Wars" Podcast

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The Mando and The Child

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There is plenty of new stories going around but if you really want them. Best head over to rebel force Radio Auto Fanta tracks as they've got all the latest information and all the latest news but this is a really packed episode. We're going to get to the call by speak to my good POW Jason. W Chris man how you doing Jason Jason. Hey I'm doing great are you doing. I'm doing absolutely fantastic. And what a time to be his law was fun especially with the Monday laurien coming out right now. How does that have you got Disney? Push yourself of course. Yeah I got it the the second you can get it on Apple. TV downloaded it. Subscribe to it and Watch watch the mandatory and straight off the very first straight off. Yeah I think a lot of people did that. There were what I personally Jason was watching the countdown on the Star Wars official site. Go you know and I was when it was one one hour to when I was like damn it 'cause as we've got it in the UK. So I did a search in and I actually found the episode thirty minutes before it actually started streaming eamon. I Dunno why by actually got it down so so ten minutes before the streaming started as already ten minutes into the episode. I think some of the place some of the area in the in the US it became available. And of course it was put onto of a science For you know this I said before a couple of people I've talked to if Disney released it in all the countries it wouldn't that people I myself and other people wouldn't have had to go to over Lance to get the episode not a main. Yeah today's that was a big mistake on their part really they should have. It should have been released everywhere the same time because I mean spoilers I mean there's no no way you could wait for months for it before you sir. I mean come on yet. It's just doesn't make any sense because because April started literally an hour after the first episode dropped people were posting spoilers and the scene with post in spoilers of the and seen and I don't think it God man all these people and the word genuine star wars fans. There were commenting gun. Aw Man of don't see now not being able to get a hold of it and I mean and some of us have actually been pointing people to various ways of getting it just because coast considering star. Wars was made in Britain. Yeah right they won the last and I I sent wife. I would if they if I knew it was going to be launched in this country. Saint Thomas the state I would have stopped my six. My six pounds Schroeder in that way it's six dollars for you. Yeah six ninety nine six. Yeah eight and six pounds ninety nine in the UK That's right isn't it. You'll be so yeah so I think it works out like or ninety nine hundred should have works out of the UK and we have to wait for it. The is that it's not like Disney. WHO's going to lose? Money is by point outs everywhere. Now the main just fury to May and like you say well the spoilers just I could who in their right mind would wait the full months no one because by then you've got old. Is it ten naps oats. I think it's eight as look. I don't remember EPS get dry eight episodes absence but a graphic memory. It's like it. Is it going to be like in March when it drops in the UK. Are they going to stick all eight episodes all in one go I don't see why they wouldn't. I mean they've all you you're gonna you would have already seen him all anyways right so by a bunch. Why why not? Why not drop Disney token about it probably got give them episode week? Yeah that'd be okay with that they probably will and that. Would you know the way the Mandolin plays out. Jason's like I just want. I wish all the episodes for online. I WanNa Been Jamal. Hi I'm constantly binging. The first two episodes of seeing the first to have says six times three times each. Actually I've seen the first one fulltime SINC- and see the second one I lost but because I'll walk all walk into a room and my son will be watching. I'll just sit down and watch the rest of it. Yeah and so else. Why did Nicholas put on? I won't sentiment. Oh can sit down and watch this now and also because I'm doing the podcast you know With the INTRO. The I did to make it match up actually kept watching. The the beginning of the Mandate Laurean at to get the gist of the of the Cantina in a High Wycombe. Work that from instead of so you'd see into suing you can hear and I didn't quite get expert quite. Do you did a great job. Great job very much now Jason. What am before we get into the Mandolin? What you've been since since we last spoke in what have been up to? I mean I'm working on a ton of prints I haven't finished any of them got every other day. Look on the store a celebration website and see if the artist application application is on the Afghan. It's not I was going to sign up to go to San Diego comic con this coming year but I was too late for that again. I'm always too late for that. And every are your every year I try to. I try to look sooner. The Sea when applications are up and somehow always seem to miss it. I don't know how that so. I I won't be doing San Diego again but I do have emerald city Konin Seattle Washington coming up in March. That's that's the only thing I've come up. I I did do a whole bunch of Locally recently I did the rose city comic con in Portland here. And then I did the Retro Gaming Expo which is one of my favorite Cons go to conventions and that is such a great great show you know. I'm such a huge retro game fanatic and Goto place that has every pinball game arcade game you you could imagine and a couple of hundred vendors on top of that. It's just so so fun. Yeah so far. Yeah we We share that pressure for Retro Games. ex-officio renewed and like a we spoke earlier. Jason you have a proud owner of the arcade one op that star wars arcade machine. Yeah and we get that bad. I'd say how good is it. It's phenomenal. I was the proud owner to heirs. Had happened you know what I almost. I almost took one of them to the Retro Gaming Expo Two rack law but I was afraid did I wouldn't get my money back off. Yeah so I didn't do it. Yeah Yeah that was the best thing so the second game the second one. I got's I just actually I just they return. The center is so beautiful. So what share do a quick review for for listeners of your one up Star Wars Arcade machine anybody. Oh I would say well. I've given you know nine out of ten stars one-star down Because you had to build it and it's slightly smaller than the original. But that's all arcade one ups. You know the Home Archaic. The classics are not ever as big as the originals. But it comes with a great riser to bring it back up to a decent height and gameplay is identical. I mean they're using the original raw so everything is identical My son already kicks out on the Empire Strikes EXPEC game it's got all three stores versus back returned the jet He can't get past the first level in return of the Jedi. No one takes me. uh-huh kicked my butt and the impress strikes back I compose improbably. beat him. If I tried really hard at it but I is really proud of high score on there so I kind of I kind of avoid playing that gaming stick with the star wars return so he can he can keep that name up there for a while. It's obvious maybe a name in the in the high school is a fantastic thing isn't it. I always find myself when I was used to go down to escape ness in the UK Go wrapped all the all KS and trying to put your initials in in three spaces three spaces and for some reason. You Jason I I never put. Jr never put J. B.. which is mine issues too? I was put bulletin has even be U. N. Book and there's a cause the the story is because my my one of my best mates as I grew up. His mom was Eastman was blind and some strange reason she he knew I was a lot and she was Komiya. Jimmy Jimmy Jimmy so just so I just is kept point bulletin so last different because they will go to the good things but there again. Jason got to be really careful this 'cause some of these when you put your initials countdown lightly and you struggle and especially if you're struggling like the controller is split worn and yes they do you screwed around and yet time if finishes and I look at it and I've put boom be you doc. The game's different to some games. You can go up and down and get through to the lettuce quicker some you can only go scroll through and then and you can't go back to the beginning. Elissa scroll backwards. I get busy and you can't go any further like about a jumped ahead but it doesn't get back America Times counting down and you're scrambling to get that initials on there. I think it's an outward. It's turning the steering wheel and they pressed the accelerator. You try you left by what the Hell's going on. I mean yeah. I recently went down down to Club in Leeds and for the first time and that was absolutely fantastic. It was sixteen pounds pounds per adult six pounds for Nicholas and You can play all night. Everything's free to play everything and I went straight on Aliens Versus Predator the old arcade game and I and I completed that says spotted the return. Turn the game because while did spot the star wars game they sit down cockpit. Somebody WHO's in won't be allowed for Christian right right so I won't tell you said they had I and I played that for about twenty minutes and think off the first level and then and ten round and I saw the the cockpit was freeze on jumped into it and I played that for lack of our just playing playing playing. I love that game. You know you can imagine a fair one brought the cockpit version of a tacit. I don't know I wouldn't be able to put it anywhere but yeah technically bill with one. Jason put the units format inside the inside the cockpit. One Yeah I don't three D print one a massive one monsoon so So I call wait for those for those arcade one to bring it the UK. I wish they would official right. Also Jason I'm I also add texture because You also help out in in the drunk series on Youtube and I asked you. When is the next one coming out? But she said the WASN digital but you've got so in the pipeline. Yeah well we have for years now. We've had a rough cut of the documentary for the behind the scenes of the drunk Series and it's even funnier than the shorts because you get to see really how drunk they are there. There are so many people who claim that they were really Druk. And in this documentary you will see. Just how wrong they really are. I mean it was. It was out of control. Stupid in this drunkenness. With you know one the was dead drunk. It was Zombie. One and a lot of behind the scenes on that one footage on that and You know they had a bow and Arrow in the one of the scenes and so one of the guys was walking around with the bone marrow and he kept trying to shoot people with it and they took it. They took away all the arrows from him and they were cheating in the woods. And what does he do. He goes goes out and tries to find sticks to shoot the chutes area. And you know it was. It's really good. Ah We kind of put on the back burner for a little bit because we had other. You know things that we needed to make money doing but I just as a couple of weeks ago. I heard my business partner gray who is also one of the stars. Yeah shorts He's back on the editing editing table. Trying to make a wet will hopefully be the final edit of the live action shots. And then it's going to get into my hands I and I'm GonNa do all tight elaine to read through the whole piece so it has some coherency and you know what it is. They're did go along with the artwork than it did for the for the Short said there's a a scene in there where someone's texting the director about doing another one that they would pay for One of the actresses as she's I want to do another one and I don't care what it costs will pay for it and I want to do it. It's bad was and so we're GONNA do. I have to do a little motion graphic. Think texting thing there were they had talked to each other. So little things like that I think our goal is to have it done by the end in a January. So hopefully that'll work. But I'll send you a link. Oh Yeah yes please that'd be cokes. I'm a big fan of them. In fact while do is Out stick a little bit of a clip right here so the listeners. Could you see how drink everyone is foam at the one. You have just said dead drunk drunk. Yeah so as the good evening my friends come and sit for a spell. This is a story of dead drop. Let's get started then shall we. I think in crawl here. I'll be the one narrating so go grab ass and camels animals you know worsening being people eaters. We're at the ragged ruled trapping people folk like they. He was worlds. Feel like bring a lot to the tables and leave you behind now. One person's going to be waking basking Wiz the beef you make a sound like nobody likes me everybody hates you. Aw Don't Bernie Oh we just use you for your archery skills you could hit the broads out of a hey hair the funny thing about broads that hair. Hey asks what's in the House. Aw I've said to you say it's the end of the world is no it and you'll wasting my time with games. What I'm going to stop us right here because something feels wrong and this frigging scene goes on just way too damn long okay? I'm fed up. I I don't want to pack up and head home. We're clearly all drum honest honest. I don't know if I have a very good one but star drunk which is the one that started it all and I am and went viral. That's one of my favorite super drunk is really good too with super girls. Yeah Superdrug Med drunk. which is the one one of the actresses paid to have and and star in going through this situation background assessment recommendation wet two year? Old Male is slowly unconscious at on on scene Jack laws conditions to so that head of his getting what did you do. I have signed find finding plight. He has immobilized evaluation. Complete GonNA move on Seattle. Both we have bad breath but then hurt house about cardiac possible. Out On me. L. Only lead squinting top show. Okay I got yeah dead. Drug superdrug loved drunk. which is a game show? The love can actually. Yeah what do you want Joe. I know that me I think you know you you but you know saying Wargin Zoll chats. I seen you a twenty. I should've killed you back contracting San Suu. My are Mad Meta Gut on divisively fully-operational Somporn knock into the re should go. Were dropped during the start. anyways are six. Yeah this so good that once you watch one you can't put how binge the rest exactly Alabama's album i. In fact I went back and watched a watched one or two a day because obviously section of La. I look to the valid anymore. No Bush leave notebook sat. I'm they still with the still really good to to have the writer director throughout most of the Of them is Chris Wilson and he's armed to other things. At the moment he turned his entire back barn warehousing on his property into a giant bar made out of cardboard. I have no idea what he's doing is going to be that interviews in and I don't know what's GonNa come out of it then it looks really interested in it. Looks like a full cartoon Marsa. It's really interesting to be interested in seeing that Alford. Yeah we'll do also Jason. You made a member of the father. I India Oh yes how can I forgive. Yeah now that how man. I've been waiting so long for that Hoping it would it would happen so long. You forgot yeah you know I got a great I got a great little plaque and I got two of the five. Oh One Shirts has your name on it and As your local garrison on it you know. It's all thanks to my local garrison which is called Cloud the city garrison shut down the Pacific West. Yeah and They are such a great group of people. See Him at all the cons of anything stars related that I go to her there. And they're even even the retro game by Doctor About Such there's such a great group of people they have you know they can Raise money for charity like all the ones do. I always donate whatever I can to their causes for Raffles stuff to help. Raise money I donated my Very last Prints of the Cantina Prince. But I I had to to the raffle of the roasted COMECON and they came back to me later and said we got more money for that that anything anything. We had raffling on the whole weekend so as an than ten minutes later. They resented me with this thing and I was I was and you know they. They've played a small trick on me. They were saying they had come to me earlier. That day. The weekend that Saying you know yeah you know. They don't really they. They tried to tell you that they tried to get me in as a honorary member of. But they don't do that anymore. And that You know I should look into maybe getting getting my own stormtrooper outfits I can get in there and stuff like that as a guy that sounds great I would say no. I've always wanted to do that. And I just haven't had the Tiber money return to even think about that and And then you know the very next day they show up with all this you know this great thing and bright attorney May I you know I had to hold the literally had to hold back plus at the Comic Con Table in the middle of the day. All these people were there. You're watching it all go down and and so it was pretty emotional. My Dad knew about it beforehand. Oh yeah they had contact with my dad and asked ask them all kinds of questions and stuff too so that they could do everything proper and and Yeah he made he made me think that it. It's probably never going to happen either. So yeah no they didn't. They played a good one on this. I was when you personally photos. I was so choked oft for you. It's almost brought to test my eyes as well Jason because it's it's one of those it's one of those oculus there even. I wouldn't mind gain. You know to be part the five. Oh I and see the you managed to get it for you know and I know you for the so good I I mean because you do too a lot good work and more than goodbye kiss exceptional work and you do donate stuff to people to album. 'cause you are really were-they of having to be parts of the five of us and I mean you deserve it make and I did I. I didn't do those things to get in to make you know I just love what they do. I always have you know and Turn the evil empire into doing something. Good I think is just a fantastic way. Is the father. I the storm Home Troopers The the the bodies yet all the goodies. What become stole trip is the become? The governor cannot join the rebel rebel. Awo Be depends on. I am working really hard to become an actual member number the Pacific northwest are two. Builder's Club. Because I you know I'm building in our too young but of course I I can't be probably a full fledged member until I've actually completed one. Yeah right but they've been a huge help. I've been working on it for the past year as probably you and people listen of talking about it before We just finished the Dome finally and everything Works for the most part and then just two days ago I was looking at the dome. I was GONNA wait a second turn my head in the garage and I went. Aren't you gotta be kidding me. I forgot to put a part on it. And it's the part you have to put on before all the other parts. I had to take the whole thing apart. Luckily I hadn't welded anything together. Yeah everything was temporarily put together. I am but either way I take it all apart and put this stupid little ring that goes on the base of the Dome now putting it back together. Yes but it's done all the pieces are done and all the pieces are there and having. Let's put back together so now onto the body and and one more year. It'll be done with that. Three Princeton the body. Oh now everything I'm doing. Insofar has been piecemeal in it from people. Who Do you know runs here and they're up stuff so far everything's aluminum? I've gone aluminum on everything. You minutes cost me a bloody for I think about out just the dome alone I made it to about twenty five hundred bucks but collectively into it at about thirty six hundred because I have bought some body body pieces I bought a wood frame which were to put together antibody aluminum skin for a couple of minor parts here and there but Yeah Yeah it's in the end. It's probably going to run me another give or take you know I would say eight thousand dollars. Oh my God you could probably by the the official one from a galaxy gauge. Isn't that so that's twenty. Five thousand what is it. It's twenty five thousand dollars like Disney needs the money. Yeah Oh God. I didn't think it was that much really didn't CADENCE goal the mini army of ood small Altitudes is yeah. I mean we did. He got a three reporter for his birthday. It's just a small one couple toy box. It was on shark tank and It's not big enough to make the smallest two-part Manley Oh man I mean it's GonNa come in Handy for a couple of minor things on the inside but nothing hung out side and But but we were able to do is make all these. Miniature are two units with it when nine different pieces we print it out to make make things and they're fantastic. They you know the head turns at you know the legs swivel. You know so you can make a stand on two legs or three and and you can make a mini colors. You want And so we printed those for months that just print it a whole army of them and took them to the rose city comic con and he sold them for ten bucks a piece. You know you made over a hundred bucks on them. You know people people bought him so he was that's a show him entrepreneurial shift now isn't it. You know you make something yourself. Yeah absolutely Ah for a big role of filaments. His fifteen dollars I pay I pay fifteen pounds from my Philemon so few if you can print one off that like three inches whatever and sell off for ten dollars right you you could it be cuisine because that one will live virtually pay for your whole Philemon for the whole law so everything's just profit after them as we are. Yeah I mean it does take seven hours to print all the pieces in total. But you're not standing in front Kosovan hours. You stay in front of it for about a minute So yeah just do this. And he's pretty lots of other stuff too is printing V. Bucks were fortnight. I that one of the most points Monica List giving him to school and he's having a lot of them. Yeah Right. I'll tell you what Jason let's get over to the Mand Laurien showery yes I've never met amend Laurie Green. I've only read the story Your name will be legendary. Bryant check to one was directed by day felony and Jon Favreau and we've got an old mando to tell us about foy views of to the defeats the elected empire. Amanda Laurean Bounty accepts under the table Job for a client right with imperial connections drafted him to travel to the desert planet. Vela's seven five nine fifty year olds hockey whilst the client is indifferent to the talk. It's wellbeing is colleague insists the talkies brought back alive. The Mental Laurien is given it down by even a bar Vasko steal sacred to his papal. which demand delorean brings to an offer in mandatory and Covert Inc.? Leave to craft into a pool drawn robin it all seven the mondello safe by two blogs by no dove no favor fought tide of bounty hunters. Komen Dine tried to claim the bounty the oak no helps the mantle. Laurean lead him to talk location. In a remote folks structure entering the heavily defended compound the mantle. Orient Reluctantly teams over fountain. DROID I g an evid to clear the camp. Find the balancing a child of the Yoda species when Augie Lebanon Simpson's terminate the powered bounty orders. The MONTEL orange shoots and destroys the joy. Taken the job a life this is the way attend the net show. It is now Jason. What did you reckon to chapter one? I personally loved it. I I loved I. G Eleven loved him. And that was played by the director of Thor Ragnarok and What we do in the shadows Taika Waititi? Yes gray actor. Great Director and writer Super Super Happy. I'm not sure if he's directing a chapter I think might be yes episode eight okay so they go to the verdict writing the season finale. Yeah yes So I'm really excited for that as well but I g eleven man and just seeing him in action was worth you know that was. That was one of the best parts of the whole show really laws that episode bounty droid Paragraphs Sixteen of the bondsman protocol waiver composed you to immediately produce that asset DROID actually see walking the way he bowled also like when he went over. That Guy Walk Dead Guy in a hole underside. Twisted it was amazing. It was amazing So well thought of so much effort put into that it was fantastic really. Yeah and and the and the way he talks it was just great. You know self-destructs self destruct out. I loved it. It appears we are trapped apt. I will initiate self destruct sequencing. WHOA you're what manufacturers protocol dictates? I cannot be captured I must ah stuff destruct. self-destruct cover me well done a little disengaged itself destructive and tyco really accelerating when he when he said he doing the voice. I was thinking. Are they really going to Go to do his voice or they're going to digitally ultra depot. How you've never heard an eight-year fun empire strikes back but you never heard him talk? But when when he actually when he was introduced in the Mand Tawny and it was tigers voice worked one hundred percent for me absolutely worked. It was fantastic. You know half me. Jason thinks he was practical benefit. Was I think it was practical. And not also gye because it looked great it. It looked like it looked like Old Star Wars. Well that's the great thing about star wars these days is. They tried to use as much practical as they can't. So you know. I'm fairly certain that most of the shots where he's not walking. They used just as much practical effects as they could and they do what the new stores movies too. They're using tons of practical stuff and when you're dealing with robots ships and things made out of metal and you can get away with it because it looks spot on but as soon as as soon as you you know make any human like features are humanoids in. Cgi You could tell straight away. The human brain is just too sophisticated. Waited eight it recognizes its own county valley isn't it. They call it. Yeah and the sets. The sense looked amazing gorgeous. I'm meteorologist with like at the probably did you. CGI to emphasize how long places where but to me like he was walking around galaxies edge. Now the main lean on a on a yeah. I really love his ship. The Razor Crest Gotcha Nice it's like it's like a miniature firefly I chip You know it's And I am a huge fan of that show so seeing his ship I was just like oh it's a miniature firefly Airfli- already love it all agree we all not once. He has his own carbon freezing chamber. I know from spot out to return the Jeddah. There is the risk some time there is a time period is in the lapsed. But said you know the carbon thing was massive and and now it's been reduced. They can go in the hall. That was that was the carbon freezing chamber that was created on investments specifically for Luke so they just took what they had built it for later yeah and it wasn't tested lasted yet so they tested it on and of course it and soon as the word got out a we can capture them and stick them in this somebody sell the franchise. Well well I mean the suggestion could have come from Boba to begin with you know what I mean. He's just all. We had a carbon freezing chamber. It'd be no problem he'd be like all right we'll make one yet and then I mean and they're like all right well we're going to test it out on solo before Skywalker and he's like oh he's not dead just say no but sankey a key matching how easy would be instead of sticking them. They're praying sells the kitchen freezer and line about like cab poor chap that it's Eh ah the managed to color in the beginning of the. Yeah he was a big note. What got me was personnel? A wet down into the hold and and we got to see the very first star wars toilet the stuff back to the VAC tube. Yeah and that's a that's what my son calls it anytime. He needs to go the bathroom he's going back to. But I said says you know thusly in one in the galaxy that's the toilet in the galaxy. And he walks down. It walks down the ship and Europeans. The you you know you do any opens the with all the guys weapons you think would've got one. Wouldn't you always get one. But he didn't he just wanted to take the guy's obviously done you know but You know his character wasn't my favorites of the episode. But you know he is who he is and it was as we was and he won't be back most likely right so I didn't really feel the I I felt was the comic relief was a little too forest. That was one of my biggest complaints if I had any but he looked cool yet did that's for sure. And and he gave me a little information you know like about you know this was pre empire the ship you know the razor crafts and a little little tidbits like he coded. It's a classic any classes I'd like you ship. She's classic raise across my right mm-hmm pre empire that was that was a good Kobe. Though is I enjoy. Yes everything with I loved. Nobody was parked on the is and yet the Is it the not the twin lake accompany species it was the Guy Richer briefer prepared not guy only. Yeah Yeah Yeah the little spy guy for new hope. Yep Yeah Yeah. Let's the taxi stopped here for. Yeah it is Super Nice beautiful clean land speed and he goes no droids claps. What book did you did? You see the did you see the cool back to episode four. A new hope where they had the shots of the land speed going across the the ice the oil just like in an episode full way. So you could say they will skip the full house gray wire. Land speeders all convertibles. Yeah Yeah I just thought that I think of ever seen seen what's going on with that especially some weird like cat on the Ice Planet where you'd think it rain will some snow. That's yeah it'd be nice to be a little warmer inside that I don't get it really but it's just one of those things. Yeah and the Star Wars. You know yeah I take it back. There was a covered one in moss excitedly in the original star wars. The Wall Drove Bach. It was kind of angled shaped and had a cover on. Yes but it's the Tesla Saba Zaba truck closest. We won a really good though and even found his tragic hadn't dinnie bliss with a space. Walruses Enviro release something to worry about actor was I forget his name. I'm the worst with names. Bad back in the Big Bang theory as geologist. That's right yeah and I mean the guy's been a character actor and a million things you know but you recognize them as soon as he opens his mouth. You know what you want to be a character actor in. I mean in one of these episodes if just get one little word would be the most amazing thing it would. It would absolutely never think as well. Jason when when the Mandate Laurean funny was Many mets would call weather's others and when he's he's Moaner they played incur amaury current set the low yup and you actually could hear them like like blink. Yeah there's not I mean yeah I met Carl weathers in June. He was at a comic con that I had had a a booth called summer con in Washington and he was one of the stars there. And I am immediately. Took my star Wars Autograph Autograph Book that I get any star wars related people to sign and had him sign the same page as Jeremy Bullock with the has is my print on it of Cargo hold I thought it was about it was a fitting page. Can I didn't know what role he was going to play. But I knew I had to do with the man delorean so so I picked the page out of my book that was related to you. Know that's fat worked out. Yeah did he say anything about said the series was. He didn't say a word about it. Yeah Yeah here's what I'm confused with When you brought up Carl weathers reminded me of the they get a bounty puck right when they and they have a bounded go after but then they get these tracker devices those work at no error? The people aren't wouldn't that make Washington super easy. That would seems like it would be a little bit easy. Yeah Yeah like yeah. I want that job. I can do that. The river there. He just woke up beeping. He just which direction should I got. I mean really come on. I don't understand that. How does that work? I mean how did it. No were you know baby iota is yet I I don't get it. Yeah I just don't understand. I think I don't know if that's GonNa be explained issue for for nine now. Many nobody visits that said that guy from the empire he says he goes. I've got the G. The G. Code or the by Metric Code. He says a Connecticut give you the last three three digits. He goes what La because it's over fifty years old so he didn't even give him. Those three quarters gave him the bound the bounty tracker ACA thing and that let him straight to the plenty then to the to And then he knew virtually to go eat your stood. I didn't it but is not direction. Is that like a tricks of the trade that everyone else in the galaxy goes God bounces so hard but in reality super a easy badly and inconvenience. I guess I guess I don't know. Yeah here's another thing. Here's another I hate to point out all the bad things things up more but you know it is what it is In the first scene when he ropes that guy trying to run away and guy turns around and shoots them it's in the shoulder armor and deflect saw it's obviously because he has that good. What is it called? Best cars are as Karma yes armor but then when he goes to get a new piece of armor he gets the exact same piece that was hit in the shoulder. That didn't have any mark on it from it. And replaces you replacing a piece that we know works already because he just got hit with a laser and no not yet shoulder and it deflected just fine. Yeah so why. Are you replacing it. It didn't make US I. I don't understand fully enough Jason when I was watching that he at that that one replaced. Yeah if you know on the opposite shoulder that's actually got a dent in it where it has been show. Yeah they did replace that what I mean I mean maybe all the pieces he has with. The exception of his helmet is just piecemeal together from once he's collected and he's trying to make his own I'm guessing That's that's my guess. He's trying to you. Know get his very. She asked my question if if canoe what is signature was or signet yet. Whatever she said he says he doesn't no yet So you know. He has a clouded history. Basically you know which is the good ice is I like that? I don't WanNa know more already. Don't WanNa know more than I already know about him. I like that Mitch. Did you know 'cause it's based on the The the the guy with no name the Clint Eastwood Odor Fills and you. You knew very little about about that character and like that and because you know that was the best thing about Bob Bob Boba. You didn't know anything about it. Thanks thanks to the PREQUELS. You found out that he is not actually a mandate Laurean. You Stop Wasn't Mandolin. He just found the armor. According to date Baloney Django Django yet Django vets. Oh not yet Django Django was not manned Laurean. I've I've heard that before and I didn't I believe it I mean why. Why wouldn't he be? Why change them? Why but say? It's apparently Dave loaning George. Lucas came up with the idea that he was not abandoned Laurean and in fact his arm was actually stolen from a Amanda. Laura need killed and he passed it down. You know we gonNA and then of course. BLUEBERRIES are near clone of him so Boba is not even a man delorean. Well that just ruins it for me. It is Boba that ruins the whole Mandal Laurean Club. I'm Chris. If you listen to on previous episodes I think he spoke about it But Paul Bateman deafness is definitely spoken spoken about on on a rebel force. Radio that The thing that you liked about Bobo the beginning was he. Was this. Loan them like the Clint. Clint Eastwood Man with no name but soon as soon as they they brought out it's actually just clone. There was no nothing mysterious about him anymore. It was just the dude any key and you understand why it got killed really quite super easy even in effect because of the Clone Wars Day flown is now written in this entire back. History of the Manda Lauren's and and Bernie Mind Amanda. Lauren is posted. Never to take the helmets off. They never take the hill. I keep hearing that too but that doesn't make sense either. No because in the clone wars they will walk trauma no helmets and in Star Wars rebels. Yeah yeah so I don't get it. I don't get it either. This the left talking to the writer Jason. Because if you if you watch the episode episode of the the first episode chapter one when the Mandolin walks down into that Into that like CL- POW. She could send the mandatory house you you see. Kids play and wearing helmets. The Not Yeah. So the rule wear helmets. So it's emphatic. There for them. I don't care for this whole they don't take the helmet off Thing because we've seen it with their helmets a Sabine and yes abate. I mean at her whole family. We've all seen him with their helmets. talknet yeah in many scenes in front of people who aren't mandal orients. I don't get it. I don't get where this is coming from for an experiment. Jason I think we oh you should both get a mandatory in helmet and spend a week in it Goto. What rive around? Just wear it and see if it's practical. Uh so so. Basically live off of French fries and smoothies straws and Smith French fries. And and when you pull into a petrol station yet pumped number two. Please remove your helmet. You Laurean I'm not taking helmet limit. What she can barely see through that thing? Why would you wanNA keep it on as long as you know? I've got to get round to that in for Chapman. Let's talk about identity but what I liked was a well. I'm going to nitpick it now. Is that little block of Bhaskar Steel that may that melted made Alma for him and also went to some over. Client is rather. That was enough for a new plan to get to make. Some armor was not. Yeah how how finish that. Well you know it was so you know it's It's like You know compressing a file on your computer right. You know you the file size. You could pressing a lot not yeah and then when you melt it expands right so that you can make more a lot more than what you see. That's that's my take. You WanNa went through my head to also That female mandatory in the armor and who made his arm looked the look of our helmet. Yeah and it was a traditional woman helmet version like like Sabine. Yeah Yeah You know we're the is advisors are slightly. It'd be different. You can look Viking helmet. Sure I looked in fact I've been looking around the Internet offend wellstone. Any principal files of Amu- helmet and there and there is one guy who's who's must be making a killing on baby yoder's because that's all I'm seeing on the feed. Now since the I've been I've been telling myself to find one of those in government debt for sure. Well I need a print it if I can join the guys patron fraternal a tunnel. And you get all these. Stl Files Okay so editor. So he walks out of course at all of Africa when he goes to see the dudes from the empire of the bill. That comes out from justice policy which it but yeah. Yeah that was nice so it was nice to see that little security security. George yes I yeah yeah. Yeah and the Doorman was gunk. Yeah Yeah you pick the slowest great in the world to be like can we just move on. And that those stormtroopers they looked tourniquet though stormtroopers that looked like they were starving. They did yeah and they were. They were like racquet racket they well. They're just wearing the armour you know. I mean obviously aren't imperial stormtroopers anymore. They're like hired security thirty now. It's basically isn't it here. You know the guy who came out in that scene The scientists. He pulled the gun on yet. I found Someone talking about our facebook yesterday that he had a patch on his shoulder. Did you hear about that. I've seen the patch. Buckle make it out Someone AH claimed and I took him for his word. But that insignia was the same insignia. That the really tall aliens Camino war on their uniforms really so I think obviously he's looking to somehow maybe clone this baby yoga or something. Those lines I've got to have a look at this Jason. 'cause I've got a gift I did not hear that. Look this patch you just looking at. I've come Tono onset. Quitting for upon delivery of the asset alive you it just missed out on second amid denied Beck again I went to go try it. See it again. Yeah then you just can't quite make out parse to see it again. It's okay I can see the patch. I can say two lines puts his hands up. Yeah and seer clearly like looks like Two balls wants me now Camino on this other law. This Gu. Camino badge is community where the K. K. km Yes of somebody's put has this guy got connection to Camino on Do you know where you got all the clones who in an episode to step so too isn't it will the clones is it. Yeah Yeah Yeah. There's a picture of all the Bogor's or the Janko vet kids. The Volcker Patch could be sorted similar. It could be it. Yeah yes they do look similar. Do I can understand why the while they're going to say that if the Secret Jota Yeah I like I don't I don't know if the clone clone Yoda I mean. Maybe maybe they did. Speaking of your show shall we get to the elephant in the room. Yes the delorean and find euthanased unbelievably easy tracking skills makes his way to this compound finds I g eleven kills does absolutely everybody in fact Jason that good that the about this The people that drag out shoots the mandatory in Egypt's on his shoes. Everyone that is a replica of the toy. The vintage toy your yeah. Of course it's it's the actual is a toy day for loaner es is famous for point in the toys into the injuries episode. Yeah see he did stormtrooper. Transporter the old stormtroopers transporter. The phone. Cartwright's ninety one of the episodes as well so they both walk in and they they see an egg he puts the Mandalay. Deputy opens it up. And then we say the most cutest thing for a baby Odom Yep I G Levin had the orders to destroy Boone who had the mandatory at the orders to bring it in Nanimatang wait. They said fifty years old age differently. Perhaps it could could live many centuries sadly we'll never know we'll bring it alive you. The commission was quite specific. The asset was to be terminated. So what you're into that baby. Yoda it's fifty years old to right so you know I assume that even now will they age differently. You still gotTa have a bit of wisdom by fifty right. It's gotTa be you gotTa have some brains by fifty. But he's been living in egg fifty as well. It's been living. How long is it been sitting in there? Were we don't know I mean since it's been captured I'm guessing you don't feed it all because it looked like it was just stored in the corn and some stuff took over. It was like. Should it be hungry. which we know is always thought my when they closys? mikey stasis pod in at the close in it goes into stasis or something. I don't know these are the questions that we need to be. What is that? What is that basket around? I mean yeah. I never even thought that the bound set was a baby. Yoda I thought it was going to be some dude. It surprised me. And that's sworn of the things I like about even all the new store stuff is. I'm surprised about something and I was you know I was. I was very happy to see the. Yeah one of my friends the most adorable show on TV right now. Is the Mandolin. This isn't it and the thing that got me about. It was the shit. The finished shot of the episode is in points finger out and go it could you could you yeah. Subsidies fingle it like an et style. So the guy feelings none of well I mean you know when we so that little flashback. You know he was put into a box to hide from whatever and I think he you know he's got some feelings for what this little babies probably going through. So I knew right. You know Jason with this. Flashback scenes the scene. None of them were wearing helmets. That's true but maybe it was on mandal handle or were. They obviously don't need to wear them all the time that seat. Jason said the said when you off planet can never take it off in your own planet you can take it off so you have not on your home world planet you cannot take it out. We figured that one. I'll just put that on me on my check. That's good yeah so it was all of that episode and people posted spoilers straight after. Unfortunately actually I did Pity anybody who had seen it. But I posted the best startles. I've seen since rogue one straightaway I. I'm in agreement. Yeah for sure. Sure better than its sequels for shares of ethics bandini goals are. That's Martin. Yeah I can live with prequels seriously. Live for the prequels right. Both said the the the Disney era sequels. I think we've said this before. I'm we Jason. That the seemed to spin offs far better than they can actually do. The actual numbered films were Zuma Swayed. It and I think it's for the simple fact. Is that go back into familiar territory with classic Aliens Classic Characters Genetic I mean it looks. Yeah like Star Wars. Well that's why that's why you know. Kanobi is going to be good. In my opinion I call for that I. They know right his his time. This podcast goes are episode. Three will be online. And I think I think Jason What we'll do is Every every two episodes will try and do come together and we're trying to recapitalise two episodes if that's okay but a friend of mine has I can't say who he is. But he's connected as already seen episode three right and it's directed by Debra Chow Deborah Chow. And he said to me once you see episode three. You will understand why she's been picked to to direct canoga sway sentiment Ronald. That's only would tell me about episode. Three of the Mondays laureate chatter three. She would say is is one I think in the premiere of the mandatory and when they premiered it with all the actor directors there to see it they they think they showed the first three episodes at the screening. Yeah so it makes sense that you know lots of people have or actually already seen the third one I take Jason. Let's quickly get into chapter two of the Mondays Laurean. Yeah so this one. Add a couple of days later. We didn't have to wait a a long time for this one. And this one's called chatter to the child while we turn into a ship with a child. The Mental Lauren fights off an ambush wish from rival bounty hunters. When he arrives at the ship he finds it being strip? Jerry's for Paul's the mental. Oh and finally confronts discriminations but he stunned while besieging central a drop from its roof the following day the dog notice system under Maurienne located and negotiated associated with the Jaguars to receive ships components. Adidas of the month the Lord's Hunt The egg with an adult Dan. But the large mudhole tone beast inside finally hills bounty to alter the cave the beast damages the mental lower Nannies Obama charges. In for the kill the child uses the force reflexively levitz eight the beast allowing the surprise mother Lauridsen maneuverings again haven't traded the egg for the ship's components the mount the Lord Orange the old oak no repair the Strip vessel allowing the mandatory to leave the planet with the Child. This is the way what did it's one. Then Jason. The child and buried him on. This was just a half hour episode twenty three minutes long. Yeah I it was a good episode. I loved seeing Jolla and hearing their little in TV. Ut wherever there. I don't know their little voices. I I love it. I love seeing the sand colour and seeing the cockpit of the sand crawler. That was fantastic. Else Yeah I love to Al.. They are dead like canopies. On top of the sank roller Latte Lil little hammocks embeds and still flat out on toy. That was apple. Brilliant in in fact Jason and just a little behind the scenes about the sacral the same crawler they used in this absurd. The Mental Lauren was actually built by a a model maker on facebook. Cooled Randy Cooper. He makes fantastic models of ships and sells them and and apparently over a year ago at Lucasfilm contacted him for his big sank Rolla he built and he sold them and used it for the surf. This program so his says sees one Begum Fan Fan. I looked it did right. These are the kopecks are spotted with that set with with that one little bit. Yeah yeah have you ever played Jason. Sneh's the Super Nintendo version of superstar walls now Then they never get it. Oh my God Jason Right does the level of the Super Nintendo where Luke has to run and climb the sun crawl got to climb up and go lead to lead to lead to let let me guess inside a jumps to the roof that gets inside then the then the panels disappear. And you've got to work your way back down inside but that whole section is just like that video game for the mental always trying to climb up the sides nights in these games still took to them. Because that's what happens in the video game. They shook instill fatten right. Yeah the second spotted was when the Jarvis points insane and they do the right turn into the into the clinic. I know you're going. Louis sees it jumps over straight outset. What's IT Indiana Jones very site? Yeah uh-huh and of course he gets so he climbed the Mandolin climbs up and that that Oakley shape where they think the Nazi Mova and then look over and he grabs one choke see. Yeah that's another thing. The Bundle Orient Weapon. How good is right? It's probably disintegrates and it only disintegrates like yet south side Dave that's why Vader says disintegration disintegrate close to prove that you killed him right when he when he shoots the jobs that this guy they look like being shocked by the the heat ray from the from the Spielberg's version of war of the worlds but some crews were. They just exploded leaving the close behind. I'll look that and you know. And when the delorean got to the top of course and their all whites in and the shopping we play Doh glad I didn't. They do a good job shipping ship soon as I saw on. Oh Oh yeah. That's that's that's what they do man. Kurt's I actually thought that was the end of the shit. I actually thought sorted I passed yet and and he would have a slave one now the repaired it and got to open run. I was expecting the eighty music. Play over that Bay Dune entertained. Peter the fool this shit that shit. Yeah there's no way we're going to get just work without a full maintenance facility. This is GonNa take days to fix if you care to help. It might go faster much work to do. mm-hmm yeah I can't thank you enough. Please allow me to give you a portion of the reward. I cannot accept your my guest and I am therefore you in your service Geno when when they see when they go back to negotiate for the jobless the speaking to us you sound like bookie because he's really because because we have this sounds as the the housing trade any Mike Parts. They Stole Kim from me. Took money financing You understand that there was so much the walls so much comedy in this episode but it was a way that it it would be out how you would react to be pissed off these guys because I liked that set win the mandatory and gave the egg to the showers and they could sail and they will just good so could all the the oak the revenue. I often yeah it was definitely drug to them. Yeah I did that so I like the open. A giant Padbury Egg. Yeah but SAM. Nobody was to get the egg and the battle with mud based right looked talked amazing because the man to Laurean is armor was smashed and he really did look like he will her. He will not found alike delirious. One eight newsline GONNA try fights. I'm a little disappointed in how he killed this giant beast. I mean that night looked like it would barely penetrate a muscle littler. Yeah vital organ there to kill him. I mean what did he. What did he hit? Bill is it's hard connected to its chin. I don't understand how he children were that little knife. Yes absolutely in my wife said it my my. She sat through it and she went is he just killed them without like little kitchen. Not yet gonNA kill the next thing with a spoon with a spoon cousin. Why not access this dialed you? Twit Dont Oregon but yeah you're right because he just went and it was a small blade at the end of the day in. That should've actually just gone back into the school. Will that would have been a bad kill for that. Big Knife that I think I think your life would have been okay after it had put up a little bit more of a despite the knife. That's like Oh yeah stop. Stop Stop. Stop Stop got both is maybe start with you know what I mean. I don't know yeah. What was that film with? Leonardo di Caprio way got tapped by a bed. He had little knife and he. He got absolutely ripped to shreds yeah. Reverend is the reverend wherever reverend outlaw knife and he got slashed but Sam book baby owed by two we know his name or what species is right eat way use the false and dislike the mandolin lot supplement it. Yeah well remember when it kept trying to heal him. That's new do Ya. Ya Did I. I don't ever remember anyone with the forest. Liam somebody that was a new attempt anyways always my is. I don't care about that one particular sealed. How did he keep getting out of that? Little cradle thing without him this this jumped out to like rolled over two or something he would notice it. It was fine this game. You can't see goodness helmet so who knows my my wife. She says Oh is this moment where he's going to go out approach to Fake News fake. That's what did I say not Jason. We know from the prequels that the species is in the sun. Was Universe Rizzoli settle. Yeah that's right so I absolutely at the the the thing is with these episodes is the so much in them for twenty three minutes. I was on when it ended. I was like Oh man. That's one more mall and not once. Did you see the shape. Go into warp. I wanted to see that I loved affect breakers you say you only installs where it goes from Northampton Douche and when it comes back out and but so. I didn't see the any of that but it looked for TV. It was filmed quality absolutely Phil quarter. I would have no problem. Spending spending to twenty pounds. You know is to cease film in the state. Fifteen dollars maybe fifteen. Sixteen dollars to see that other on the screen. In fact Jason once all out Disney said the glitter run of the whole eight episodes on cinema. BOOMER Mama Down I'll be there. I'll be sure no problem eight hours. I've watched the Lord of the Rings Films. All three of them extended editions this cinema. I had very very big bladder them. Days I I'm Jay. So Jason Jason. How do you rate episode? Two of the men delorean I'd give it a nine out of ten again. It was still pretty grades eighteen. Oh I love Nick. Nolte's character and you know I have spoken of course. That's the latest moon now on the Internet. Yes they're available on t shirts as well as probably all unlicensed bree yes it is all over the place her almost too much. You know but I liked this character. I liked me. He didn't go with him he was just that's why he helped him. Stop all these incoming and I. I don't know I thought it was a good supporting role for an episode or two and and under the jaws. Were awesome I mean my my no I already said my biggest problem with it was mud corn thing. I just Other than that. It was a great episode. Yeah absolutely I actually out give it an eight to ten for the simple factors like you say the knife that would not kill it. The other things is like like you. You were the things that we up picking I. It didn't notice Yo to jump out twice and and and the whole thing the edges so just put him in it closes it and that's it doesn't get out. You know what I mean. So does that Yoder does just sit in. I think Is it going to be fifty. As he hopes again. God knows next day. Oh my God what's happening here now. Also unlike the bates wave. We've baby. Yoda wherever is chasing the frogs and the Manley says spit that out. Yeah see the legs doc. It's like passenger side. Only spit that out and he smiles after his nice. Yeah now do you think the explain what species GonNa finally tell you what species Yoda race or do you think the going to do a twister. I think they'd better I think they. You better finally give us a little bit of back story about that species because was good in the. I don't really understand Stan. How every character in Star Wars no matter how insignificant of is has huge back story except for fishing? How is this possible? That's right. He's the one isn't that snuck only one species even vinod this been Another Yoda's species in the in the in the Djeddai Maryland sample. Yeah yeah the female that one funny enough wasn't female. They reckon it was and they reckon that said this could be the baby from Yoga and that y'all that's it. That's that's surname Yo. y'All y'all so from the planet yieded would make another remember and return of. It was a return. No no no. It was emperor strict when Luke takes off and Ben shows up on data in voice and says is that boys are only our last hope and he says now there is another lost. Maybe the other is that baby now. I will go with that Jason. I will go that. This is Yoda's child. I'll go with that more than Nisa clone of Yoda go an eye for that bay. I of course we were talking. When they were originally written I do think that was layer? Layer was the over Djeddai right now. The correct conduct are they. Are they want now but it would would still wet. That yoder is referring to this over Yoda. That would mean. They'd have to bring Yoda for this baby into the riser skywalker. Yeah I don't think that's going to happen now now. Now I honestly don't think this baby is gonNA survive to on. Can you just mentioned the incident will break people. It's not going to end the way you like it. I remember years ago when the walking dead was popular. And it was like if Daryl Dye's we riots. Hi It's yes maine movie now. Baby Yoda dies. We will cancel all subscriptions to sleep. And that's well it'll Disney. Plus yes those then ten million subscribers in one day will suddenly unsubscribe killed if they make a little baby. Yoda stuffy plushest. That's GONNA fly off the shelves. I mean how was it that they're not. They'RE GONNA be ready for Christmas this year. Arguing Jason Right. I know you can get you can get the the six inch Mantle Orient is. What is the three the three quarters right now? I would have thought yet. Bearing on this came out on false fried trip perforce ride where you could just by the mantle ovarian but I would have thought that no in what's happening after episode one they would repackage one of them with the figure of the baby. Yoda in the egg with the Mandal. Orien- wall height as like a two pack special. That was the first one was like an introduction to get the figure that brought it back out but no absolutely not in fact Jason talked about figures Chippewa Falls. Friday in Britain could not can't find him. Confine them figures so hard to find figures nowadays. Right surprise. That's and that's a Hasbro still got the license said the truth. Yeah there is is nothing here are all my local targets and other stores that Carry Star Staff. I found almost nothing worth buying. Nothing the same here. I think I think when it comes to collectibles author know if it's because of the new aero within with the You know with a new films. I don't think the emphasis to collect is there. You know like with us. who used to go? I get those figures I you back. In the day I callous. If that figure was unscreened for ten seconds I one not I mean I got it. These these new era is now and I think sometimes I think it's the price you know the the launch in the three three courses at fifteen dollars yet jason. If you wait few wait a year you can get the same figures from your local discount store for two two and a half dollars when I mean I buy most of mine. When they're the two nine nine one nine thus it as much as I pay believe it or not and and they get they get juiced super fast? I mean superfast the the figures from the JED eye. You can buy them now. You can buy them brand new on the shelves when they're on the shelves for less than four dollars. The silos in really wanted to buy the retro line that they had out where he had. It didn't have all the bendable elbows associates like the original action kickers And they're supposed to be two waves of him. None of them appeared in any stores anywhere. Don't seem to me the I have not seen him buying cases of all replace online. When I'm like I just want one man just wanted i? I like Luke skywalker in a stern trooper or simple you know and I nothing zero Bertie. MIND JASON THE PUSHPA FOR FROZEN TO A lot. Yeah I mean seem frozen to everywhere. I've seen toys everywhere. Even the Disney shops the Disney sneak stole shops got like little couple of bits and bobs of Star Wars. And that's it. None of warble failed everything council frozen frozen in old ad normal. Yeah right what we'll do Jason's I think we'll wrap it over that. That would be some work done well. Well it's the end of the show. I had an absolute fantastic time going over these episodes. Where you Jason? The crowd on the listeners. Find You They can find me on Instagram as star wars artist and and I'm on twitter but rarely post there as Jason W I one but you know my website Jason w personal dot com and. Don't forget to subscribe subscribe to Youtube. Channel CADENCE Skywalker K.. I. D. Young Skywalker and we're way behind him posting stuff where we're going to be putting argue Update somewhere joined here in the next week or two awesome awesome. Well I will catch you in two weeks time. Jason will have a review of the next two episodes of of the mantle. Lord I just can't wait for just come up wait for it looking forward to talking to you. I'm looking forward to myself. Jason Right. Why also did is at a massive chat with Jonathan Bell? Over these two episodes of the month Lauren. Add to save time. I'M GONNA Stick Malls Wall. 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Ep 326 | The Fed's Spending Addiction | Guests: Rob Eno, Lathan Watts

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Ep 326 | The Fed's Spending Addiction | Guests: Rob Eno, Lathan Watts

"Welcome to the news and why it matters. I am Sara Gonzalez. We have a brand new lineup with us today. We've got Jason but`real sitting in the first chair here. Wow look at that promote. I see I told him I said Jason. Just because you're sitting there doesn't mean you're allowed to just talk for fifteen minutes with no interruptions not only reserved for Glen little the only reason I agreed to be on the show. We've also got <hes> Layton Watts from I first liberty say that three times faster communications director from I liberty you work with <hes> our good friend Jeremy so we're happy to to have you. We decided to <hes> to ditch him and go with you. I'm kidding I mean just getting better and then we've got <hes> blaze media critic Rob E-e-e-e-no in town along for the ride instead along for the ride fed and a place to move and they'll be here <hes> in two months. Wow Welcome to Texas. It's hot re it. I'm from South Carolina so it's really really it. Is I think probably July is not like the time that you want to just move here and <hes> adapt to the weather so we're waiting so September Labor Day weekend all right Jason Jason. What's your top story today? We used to be the party of fiscal responsibility. That's kind of gone away. I don't think there is a party of fiscal responsibility anymore. <hes> and the twenty two trillion I think is national that <hes> one trillion budget deficit <hes> every year and <hes> the numbers came out from me that showed spending and frightening all right then my story is one of the kind of got lost <hes> towards the end of the news cycle last because the holiday but it's really important <hes> new policy directive from the director offering the secretary of Veterans Affairs that will protect <hes> religious displays at all the facilities around the country so it's a it's a big step <hes> a great policy policy and it is in keeping with he actually cited <hes> the reason Supreme Court decision in our case American Legion versus American Humane Association so we're we're excited to see the immediate impact of that case okay all right can't wait to <hes> to hear the details on Rob <hes> <hes> facebook's Mark Zuckerberg at the Aspen Ideas Festival last month went in bragged about shutting down political ads from opponents of the law or the referendum in Ireland last year that made abortion legal in the Republic of Ireland. I believe it's still illegal in Northern Ireland even though it's legal in the rest of the U._k. but he he said that he wished that countries would do it but if countries aren't going to give them direction on how to police speech he would ask some people in the country how to do uh-huh oh good oh man I can't wait to get into obviously I wanNA thank our sponsor American financing <hes> so if you are looking for home loan refi <hes> whatever the case may be American financing is who you want depend on <hes>. They have a salary based professionals. They're not commission based which is huge when you're talking about. Oh I don't know the biggest investment you're ever GonNa make in your life. No pressure there. It's just that you kind of want someone who a is knowledgeable <hes> B is not in went for the kickbacks that they might be getting you know in commission and see we'll answer your questions and not Nikki feel stupid because let's face it you go there and there's a big soccer paper and they're explaining things to you and you're like <hes> a ha yeah. Ah I understand those numbers <hes> I don't WanNa ask anything because I'm gonNA sound really dumb. No don't do that go to American financing. Let them answer your questions. Let them put you in a position financial position. That's going to be right for you and your family. You can go to new American financing dot net or you can call eight hundred nine zero six two four four zero American financing dot net all right Jason <hes> there is no party anymore. That's concerned at all with spending no no there really isn't it. Irritates angers me actually the lack of discussion I think I don't think I there was a serious conversation. Even on Rolling Rolling back entitlements social security Medicare Medicaid everything probably maybe since Paul Ryan. Maybe I just kind of went away. It's political suicide to say that you're going to roll those back so they just don't even touch it. <hes> I remember there's some reports came out last year. Maybe two years ago that they said that <hes> the Trust Fund for a Medicare was going to be completely depleted and <hes> in eight years social security exact same sixteen years <hes> those are going to be gone. <hes> are unfunded liabilities right now. <hes> are at about one hundred twenty two trillion so basically what that is. That's the government has promised to say look. We're going to provide for pensions. We're going to provide provide you know for people to work for the government or whatever <hes> we're going to pay out Medicare Medicaid all these people <hes> social security <hes> for people <hes> for boomers. That's getting at a crisis level right now. Ten thousand boomers are retiring every single day ten thousand. We're an aging country country and those one hundred twenty trillion that we promised to pay. We don't they don't have the money. That's why it's unfunded. They don't have the money so there's going to be significant change either. These programs are going away or we're looking at a lot of taxes basically basically to try and like fix that this is going to affect. Everyone's lives significantly in the very near future what I t's that before <hes> the the Treasury Department came out with <hes> with their figures from me and they're saying that this is how much all all the different departments whatever basically most of the organizations within the government that means Libertarian which is do away with but me as a libertarian these right here about the four on this graphic are the four that I would say these are must have like these are the ones that I would say. I wouldn't get rid of them. If if I was president I would keep the strike probably anything else that had department of Agency of but the department offense spent six hundred and fifty two billion <hes> this is in a fiscal year so this is how much they've they've been spending over the first few months and this is what's projected did that for the rest of the year homeland security will spend sixty two billion department of Justice Forty One Billion Department of State Twenty nine billion now. Check this out. This is the Department of Health and Human Services one hundred and two billion per month per month. That's an all time record. They're spinning over one hundred billion every single month now to put this into perspective. They're going to spend one point two trillion for the entire year that breaks down to one hundred two billion a month like I said. For almost five billion day one hundred ninety seven million per hour in three million per minute. That's insane that is absolutely insane and ninety percent of that goes to what you would pretty much assume Medicare and Medicaid ninety percent. It's a small fraction that goes say the C._D._C. or other areas like that but ninety percent is going to Medicare and Medicaid who is talking about doing anything about Medicare and Medicaid no absolutely no one is I remember Ben Carson making Medicare for all right. Can you expand very good point and like I just said that's going to be gone almost eight years with the projecting. They can't even fund it now instead. They're going to provide it to more people. That's absolutely nuts the only way you're going to pay for it again. It's I I would assume something like the N._H._S. which they don't even really talk about they don't even go into the specifics of it but a lot of people think oh well the government's GonNa pay for it no big deal yet. We might have some taxes now. You're going to see that on your paycheck but just like seasons of the U._k.. Do I looked at a friend of mine's paycheck when used to live there they have their regular tax tax last text with us in H S and it goes about five hundred dollars a month or something like depending on how much you make or whatever so you're still paying for health insurance. It's something the government yes. Uh when I moved here by is going to be about five fifty a month up from what I was paying in South Carolina. I guess that will pay everything but you know you look at that Medicaid. The reason health insurance is expensive is because there's third party payment the way to get health insurance down is not to add add thirty party payment like we did with the housing crisis in with education and all of these other things that the government sticks its nose in in throws boatloads of money into it. It's the dude things like the surgery center of Oklahoma which is right up the road here in Oklahoma. Just north of here does is in. They have a a price transparency menu you know in Donald Trump did the price transparency stuff about him up and a half ago in the media doesn't talk about it. You know it's always like what is Donald trump down while he's done this this this and this in be normally when the economy goes well so like it's been doing you see these sorts of things. Go down but with obamacare saying we'RE GONNA pay for everybody's Medicaid went up but I mean was it food stamps or at twenty year lows now because like in the nineties when the economy roared food zip usage came down you know what I heard though I heard on twitter which is always a place you should get your right is the place I heard on twitter that food stamps were low at a record low because Donald Trump is taking away from people. Oh yeah this dot have it. They're just starving in the streets rob. That's why food stamps are dramatically lower. Lefty twitter on this stuff is just crazy. If you lived in twitter you would think that Donald Trump is going to lose this election by forty forty percent yeah but when you talk to actual people in inner cities look at the the B._T.. President was like they've gone too far left just this week. If you talk to actual middle class African American people like I have no we're doing great. eight-man like a lot of people don't want to rock the boat and a lot of just the angry stuff is is that but to get back to your point you know any rooming economy. I mean I we didn't have tax rates there but like our tax receipts the highest they've ever been right. Even the trump tax cut the tax rates have been going up so you know everybody's old attacks. The tax cuts are what's driving this no. It's that you're spending twice what you're spending on defense. which is an actual thing that's supposed to happen in the country record tax revenue right now it always is every time you lower rates? Revenue goes up so this would be the perfect time to do something about deficits when you have record revenue and you're right nothing is really even been proposed maybe since <hes> the Budget Control Act which exempted entitlements which even that didn't do anything about the entitlement spending which is what's driving the deficit and you mentioned H._H._S.. In their budget age as if it stood alone as a government on its own in terms of budget and personnel would be among the top ten biggest just governments in the world department so you're never going to address this problem without addressing entitlements and they'll securities the other one. I think I think helped me one point two trillion social security about one trillion as well here is the one sector of the economy that has zero market forces involved. If you want to bring down cost in anything introduced free and open market competition there are previous career you know worked for nonprofit association. There's an association for literally everything in this country. There's even an association for associations if you if you eliminate barriers to compete across state lines for for health insurance companies those associations that represent millions of people people are around the country could buy health insurance for their members as a benefit of being that association <hes> the cost would come down as you'd have millions of people in that risk pool just for you know one association <hes> you start introducing producing market forces companies health insurance companies have to start competing and lowering the prices <hes> it would be a silver bullet almost to a lot of issues around healthcare which as you said you know H._H._S.. You know Medicare Medicaid. All of those things are what's driving. The deficit and it's all related to healthcare irritates me about the G._O._P.. Today's no one's saying what you just said. They're not advocating that the only people in government that I feel are making a case for healthcare or the socialist the only one we'll see what happens when you make that case right the left he twitter people but even the mainstream media when you make that case people today conflict market course market forces with crony capitalism they when you say I want private it healthcare they think private insurance companies which really are going back to two atlas shrugged. They're they're the people that Wesley Match said that you could have you could have this company if you do everything. The government says you can do that. That's what insurance companies are. It's funny you say state lines right. I'm making the move from South Carolina here to Texas and I'm on an exchange plan because the the way the we get paid we do exchange plans and that's how we we pay for our healthcare we compensated for that's how we do. It and my exchange plan is going to go up like twenty five percent coming from Texas but weirdly South Carolina has only one company on the exchange. I think they've regulated more. Which is why the costs are driven down and think Texas like you can do whatever you want because it's Texas but you know there's no market forces? Sources obviously here in in it's more money in the plans worth so yeah if you had big pools of people that could go across state lines and they could offer like I wanna be able to keep the plan that I have. When I moved to Texas I mean the drugs will work to prescriptions will work because C._v._S. will just do it wherever because I've gotten prescriptions anywhere but I can't go out of network for my stuff so I literally can't use a doctor here unless I do telemedicine for like three months before I move over the perfect example <hes> Guy Surgery not covered by most health insurance plans right so you will hear you'll learn this here in <hes> in Dallas Advertising on radio and T._V.? For half a dozen you know laced Guy Surgery. It's gotten more available cheaper since that procedure was coming up with why specifically because you have to pay for it out of pocket and people shop around you call your doctor right now and ask him. What do you charge for X.? You'll probably get answered the question well what insurance do you. They can't even tell you what the price of the day and even even then they'll they'll say well. I got the building to go. Look that up and call you back and it's all very complicated so tell you gotta break. We'll be back all right and you said that you have <hes> some good news. I love with guys from from I liberty calm because you almost always bring really good news. We try to yeah and as far as religious liberties concerned so late last week. The Secretary of Veterans Affairs announced a new policy policy for all V._A.. Facilities around the country and that policy was designed to protect religious. <hes> symbols displays <hes> practices literature in all of the facilities around the country. We're the started was up in New Hampshire in Manchester V._A.. Hospital there and the Northeast P._O._W.. M._I._A.. Network WHO's our client <hes> ask permission and received it and put up on a P._O._W.. In my remembrance table at the V._A.. Hospital they're pretty common around V._A.. Facilities around the country and every item on a V._A. on a P._O._W.. M._I._A. Table is symbolic and so there's you know y'all rose. There's an empty chair for the Peo- Doug and one of those symbols is typically a Bible that symbolizes the strength gained through faith of the P._O._W.. And his family while they while they wait while the Military Religious Freedom Foundation <hes> which is an Orwellian named group because they hate religious freedom <hes> started by who don't want to do really there but it's a guy named Mikey Weinstein Weinstein <hes> and he's in a letter to the V._A.. Facility in Manchester saying that <hes> this <hes> was illegal to have this Bible on the table and that was somehow an establishment clause violation and threatening to sue them <hes> so we in a letter to the V._A.. Explaining what the law actually is and what the the the current V._A.. Policy was <hes> that this is a private display and it's perfectly acceptable to have it there. <hes> and that director made the right decision into this. It's GonNa stay <hes> think since then. Mike filed a lawsuit like you said he was going to and we'll be representing the P._O._W.. In my network <hes> north northeast network but when we sent the letter to that facility director we also sent a letter to the secretary of Veterans Affairs we we we ask them to do is consider adopting policy nationwide for all facilities because if not this group and others will just go facility to facility because the current policy was to leave that at the discretion of the facility director and what we said was look the these guys are just going to go across the country and hit these things everywhere because there's probably going to be some director who doesn't understand what the policy of the law is and just out of an abundance of caution or fear of getting sued is going to comply with this when he hears she doesn't have to so late last week the the secretary their affairs issued this new policy <hes> and it protects <hes> says the new policies will allow the inclusion inappropriate circumstances of religious content and publicly accessible displays at V._A.. Facilities allow patients and their guests to request and be provided religious literature symbols sacred texts during visits to V._H.. Apples and during their treatment allow the V._A.. To accept donations religious literature cards symbols at its facilities and distributed to patrons under appropriate circumstances or to a patron who requests question and then the great thing about their press releases right at the end they say the U._S. Supreme Court recently reaffirmed important role religion plays in the lives of many Americans and its consistency with constitutional principles and has a direct sight of the reason case that we just wine about three weeks ago the American Legion versus American Humanist Association so it was great to see almost an immediate impact of that decision <hes> and a new policy is going to protect these types of displays all over the country so it's I it was the big big day for us when we saw this come out and I'm glad to get a chance to talk about it here because it kind of got lost in the news cycle of I didn't hear about it at all. <hes> you know it's interesting. These organizations think that religious freedom means freedom from from religion oftentimes and I just just not how it was supposed to be set up Jason You one way in Hell. I'm curious. How were they even able to come forward with? This is it because it's a government run <HES> V._A.. Facility facilities government run sorry to say this again but now the reason why the V._A.. Should be privatized. I know that veterans have been kind of Split on this very passionately on both sides but it just needs to be privatized. Get it out of their hands. I mean if you really strongly believe in the welfare of anything at all. Why do you think the government will be able to do it? Well well never do see told me that the V._A.. System is working great and if it ain't broke don't fix it well go. I usually use as a beacon of truth. Yeah you're right. I mean the whole freedom from religion thing. They used to hold church services in the Senate Chamber on Capitol Hill when the Clinton the capital was first built. That's where Thomas Jefferson went to church as president right the guy wrote the phrase separation of Church and state in that letter. That's where he went to church. You're absolutely right. It's not freedom of religious freedom that freedom from religion freedom of religion. It's that there's not a state state what I think people in the United States so it understands in other countries you go to Europe in Germany and France. There are religion taxes so in Germany you must pay a religion tax and you must tell them which religion that you belong to and they take a certain amount out of your paycheck. In withholdings and give it to whatever church you say you will you belong to that's what the United States said. We're not going to do because there was an established church and even after the Constitution until I forget which amendment I'm not a lawyer but there was an amendment that said that that all the constitutional lemons had to apply to actual states there were still state based religions the the Commonwealth of Massachusetts had state based religions and that's where they fought for liberty so did it this whole folded its people just don't remember history. They don't understand what these things are for and they want to. It's people like I'm going to say you don't have to because you're GONNA go up against them. In court Mr was Weintraub or Weinstein's <hes>. It's people like Mr Weinstein. I've seen that that want to fundamentally change what America is that brings brings these sort of cases and that that's what this is about. It's about fundamentally changing what the United States is. I think it also speaks to the culture of you. You know today's society that were triggered by objects right like it's supposed to bother me that there's something sitting on a table that I can make the decision to choose to just walk away from and not look at or be bothered by it but we've developed developed this culture that we oh I saw a cross and I'm somehow triggered by that object right I mean the constitution protects your rights and other feelings as simple as that and that was one of the great things in the American Legion decision <hes> injustice Gorsuch in his concurrence the Justice Thomas joined and I won't get too far in this because I know you've covered this on the show before but in his in his concurrence he said <hes> we should also now that we're you know we're gonNA returning to the original text of the First Amendment in analyzing these cases we should also completely do away with the offended observer status and Thomas agreed with him and said you know these types of cases should be dismissed for lack of standing just the just because you're offended by seeing an object should not provide relied you standing to go into court and have that object removed or torn down and that's again you know it gets your cultural point and we'll we'll see how <hes> courts are going to apply that going forward but I think groups like this are going to have a tougher climb <hes> surviving motions to dismiss on these types of things <hes> simply because this offended observer status. It's only present in establishment clause cases. It's the only place in in the law where we recognize this this right to go to court and have something torn down because you don't like it. It's only when in establishment clause cases and so hopefully this is the indication of you know it's morning in America again and maybe instead of spending money on a court case. Just get yourself therapist. Go talk it out on the couch. Okay throwing <music> thin really quickly. I want you to make sure you can tell everyone where they can find more information about. I liberty and the cases that you guys are absolutely thank you. It's <hes> I dot Org is our website. <hes> if you're a texture text the where liberty two four seven four seven four seven you'll get a response. It'll prompt you through getting on our email list. We're not gonNA spam you to death. Would you send a little newsletter update on all of our cases and and how things are going in the country and people can learn more about all of these cases and in many more at the a website that's great we really we appreciate all the good work that <hes> that you guys are doing over there <hes>. I also just wanted to point out facebook if you're watching. There may be a reason that we're saving Rob Rob Story see for overtime because I'm not sure that Mark Zuckerberg will like to hear it on his own platforms you gotTa go don't Bleed T._v.. Dot Com to catch over time. I don't WanNa hurt Mark Zuckerberg appealing right up next enjoyed bonus overtime content from the news and why it matters available exclusively for podcast listeners blaze T._v.. Subscribers not a subscriber start your free trial and blaze T._v.. Dot Com all right rob what <hes> what the fuck did so does that did mark Zuckerberg over over. I don't know if it was last week with the week before at the Aspen Ideas Festival where a bunch of the Hoity toity go coastal elites are crowd go to sit in Aspen and talk ideas yeah. That's what you said. The ideas festival the ideas for just there's a festival for ideas. You don't need anything then you just you just talk ideas awful tear. It's like it's like Ted for the elite but it gets wasn't lead enough. I don't WanNa take but anyway so he was there and you no somebody asked him a question. He was talking about <hes> facebook's roles and stopping <hes>. I don't know what the exact question is. It probably went something like how are you GonNa Stop All these evil conservatives from filling my facebook feed with ads during the election right question he something something like that. I don't think that was exactly but he talked about what happened. In Ireland Ireland last year voted to allow abortion it had been illegal since they were part of the British empire and had never been taken off the books. There were Catholic country. It'd been legal legal in Ireland and there were in Ireland. There are no laws against people from other countries donating for issue advertisement. I actually don't think there should be in the United States because it's a freedom of speech thing. I think all campaign finance law is unconstitutional. Having I've been part of a campaign finance investigation because I had the temerity to help Republicans get elected in Massachusetts and I was found to have done nothing wrong. I really believe this because it took a year of my life but so because of that people from the United added states on both sides probably were arguing about abortion in buying ads to try and affect that election and facebook dot that it was their their their thing that they should go ask people people in Ireland what they thought of these people from outside and it's like well. We can't do anything ourselves but if you wanted to stop them from advertising why don't you so he did but that goes to the whole they're playing referee but then they try to say that they're not biased when he's out. They're bragging about no no we we we did that. They throttle speech they they throttled things that are true right in their fact checkers think that they're not so they trust the fact checkers and then people like John John Miller get their facebook throttled and get a strike against them in get that little thing below it. I forget exactly what it was which <hes> Miller but it was you know they get that little thing about you. Know read more about this was the people showing up from Africa with diseases news at the border and you did a little bit you build that up and you say people from a bowl countries 'cause they're from countries with people have a bowler and there was a bowl of crisis is showing yeah. It's subjective yeah. They're they're trying to say what I say about fact checkers and what I say about people like that people like what happened with Zuckerberg is its opinion that they think is fact. It's the opinion of experts that they think is fact and it's what the media does all the time with every issue Mark Levin who's on our network here blaze T._v.. His book on freedom of the press talks about this they make up stories. The the social media companies the media makeup stories to to get a story even though there's not a story there's so they get someone to come and talk about something and then that becomes the story but you know I think the big thing with this. The social media thing is it's once again. They say something to Congress that we're not that we're not biased is that we're not doing this. This is not our policies and then when they're in a big room with a bunch of their friends or like Oh yeah man you see what we did to help. Stop that election and the scary part is we have people from these tech companies in Google and facebook. I think the lesson was goodwill where they've said we need to make sure that Donald Trump doesn't happen again. We'll does Saudi did it well and to your point <hes> I want to bring up okay. What is the soccer players name? Is that Renault Reputable Rappeneau she they have people come parade around on on television saying things and that becomes the story. I don't know if you guys heard she was on Anderson Cooper last night and she I wish that I had we'll play a clip of her but but this specific one we don't how she went on there and he said if you had a message from the president you could give him a message. What would it be and she said you have a message of exclusion? You exclude people like me you exclude people of Color you exclude minorities and she went on this big rant about how the president has all of these <hes> policies that exclude special interest groups which which policies this way. I'm like you how saying it doesn't make ooh right and so that becomes the conversation is that we're talking about. How president trump is excluding people and she's going on platforms and all of these people are clapping and saying I love her? She's my hero. Why because she's making crap up well? She apparently solo the entire World Cup because she's the only one talking right. There was no team. It was just her if I'm a team member of her I'm pissed absolutely because if you have a message for the president you have the perfect opportunity to deliver. You're you're going to be invited to the White House but you've already said you won't grow exactly where it can be brave sitting on M._S._N._B._C. again softball questions when we're talking about the bravery of of this lady will be brave then that measures go give it to him yeah. He's going to invite you right exactly yeah and but I mean if you can't stand to be around around people who don't have the same opinion of you as you do. <hes> I think maybe the problem is you and not the president <hes> speaking of good old Meghan <hes> you know there was some controversy about equal pay when it comes to the women's soccer team team and <hes> you know we hear it blaze T._v.. And I'm sure you as well within just because you're a sane reasonable person <hes> we were all like yeah. That's you can't just get equal pay when the you know the ratings are different and the advertiser revenue is different and it doesn't work that way <hes> check out what she had to say on Rachel maddow show about in the moments immediately following the final whistle you get that U._S._A.. U._S._A. But equal pay equal pay along that same cadence yeah. I think fans want to know what they can do to support that fight. Fans can come to games obviously national team games will be a hot ticket but we have nine teams and w sell you can go to your league games. <hes> you can support that way. You can Dan you know by players jerseys. You can lend your support in that way. You can tell your friends about it. You can become season ticket holders. I think in terms of of that that's the easiest way for fans to get involved that just went over every single viewer at M._S._N._B._C.'s. He's like capitalism. Just prove point the whole time dummy I was expecting her to get up and say well. You cannot come into our games until they pay US more can boycott our advertisers until they pay more for their like like that's the normal left wing response to this stuff like she sounded sane but I don't WanNa listed but I don't think she realizes that that's what it was realized what it was absolutely that's like shocking. Shocking yeah pay disparity. The men are underpaid. Women's team gets thirteen percent of the revenue nine percent. We want to talk about equality. Let's let's make it look give them in thirteen percent. That's a great point well well and that that just speaks to rob your larger point of you. Have someone come in and not just talk about the president excluding certain members of society with absolutely no evidence but also saying that you know that there is an an unequal pay going on okay well. That's not the story because if you look at the actual numbers not not only what you said but also the advertising revenue I mean these are not equal. You cannot fly you cannot fight consumer demand. It can't be done all the regulation in the world won't do it the the most recent numbers from not this World Cup but but the last one the women's <hes> team generator of roughly seventy five million and the men's four billion <hes> you can't fight consumer demand. I can't make people WANNA watch it isn't it isn't president trump's fault that nobody wants to watch women's soccer right. I I was at the actually the championship game in. Candidate for years ago I went to I was Vancouver. Go ahead Jason a typical leftist tactic the border like yeah. It is the situation right now in the detention. There's looks bad. Why is that right because one hundred thousand a month or coming over you think it's going it'd be smelling great but what the actual issue that we we are border wall suck? We don't have a physical barriers. They're coming over in their overloading. That's the issue with this thing. It's not that there's some evil cabal of men that are like capping. They're putting wage each caps or something like that for women that doesn't exist. That's actually illegal. It's that is not the issue then for awhile issue with the women's soccer team is it women's soccer sucks. It really does not and it's not good. It's not interesting. You'RE GONNA have a problem getting didn't people to sponsor it and getting more money. That's the issue I do know a couple of people who watched the championship but that's the championship right who watches. I didn't even know women's soccer was going on until this chick came out and started blabbing her mouth. You know oh I okay. I haven't analogy for you guys. I want to just bounce it off you and see if you can if you see if you can handle it. She is the Lesbian Jussie smollet she was mad that nobody knew who she was and she made herself a victim of president trump to make a name for herself with absolutely no evidence and now everybody's talking about her worked it really she's ever right. Oh absolutely worked and why why. Why are we giving this chick airtime time as president trump? I think it's exactly yeah exactly right. It's the whole you know the left like Levin said like we were saying earlier. It's you put somebody on to act as a foil and then that becomes the news and it doesn't matter what the truth is because we're on a post truth society and you know let last week that I don't know if you guys saw you guys probably talked about the New York Times video that came out the Americas stinks right in that video that video they had well one. One of the things about democracy is voting and you know Americans don't exercise their right to vote like the Australians who voted eighty percent it is illegal findable and you can go to jail for not voting in Australia but like they don't even fat check their own stuff. I'm glad you're smell or not cabinet because I was gonna say what she's actually good at what she does kills me about. You just did this because you're benched before long before exactly his act of his activism began after he was for what a coincidence because she stood up in the championship game and didn't Neil you know she was benched for violating the rules in kneeling during that they're not not saying that that's what it is. They're saying that it was a hamstring but in the semifinal game she did not play in the next game she played she stopped kneeling interesting. Yeah look into that would require me watching words. It was a very nice with Cougar sweltering fun to be there because all right all right what should president trump's number one priority in twenty twenty forty nine percent of you said build old the wall twenty eight percent said drain the swamp thirteen percent said healthcare reform and ten percent said fixed trade with China so China and trade at the bottom build the wall at the top Jason. You're shaking your head. I would say none of the above fixed spending. That's my biggest issue right now. I don't know well so so the border is a big deal so it's I would so fixing the border and fixing fixing spending or both equally go talk to people who make this poll and tell them that they didn't have your option on there. I'm all right. Today's poll which Democratic candidate candidate poses the biggest threat to trump in two thousand twenty Marianne Williamson Joe Biden Bernie Sanders or Elizabeth Warren. I feel like I'm being trolled right now. I'm just for you within <hes> Rob. I don't know if you know this either Mariann. She's my girl. He's not really but I'm kind of like a conservative Hippie <hes> if I were to be able to explain this accurately and she is my girl. She is my Kinda girl so I'm sure that I'm being trolled here but in all seriousness poses the biggest threat to trump Biden Sanders or Warren Jason Biden absolutely I've said before he'll he can get those people in the middle of the flipped back over to trump before and so those people that are on the fence those Can Tho those are the those are the ones will swing the vote so it's not like that guy's of those I would have to go with Biden but it just shows you kind of were there. Party party is right now. I mean Biden. If he's the the reasonable voice at the table. You are really at the wrong table in that part of it used to be the the drunk uncle at Thanksgiving. This is a guy he's fun to have around. Say Some Fun stuff so I'm lucky things when it's time to cut the Turkey keeping more sharp this is not this is now the reasonable voice in those debates so of the the folks that are running. Yes he's probably the most viable candidate but that says a lot in and of itself. I think it's bad and I just want to know why Obama loan endorse him. There's gotta be something there there's going to they got to do with the Kamala Harris stuff and and all that kind of stuff because his you know he'd his whole time it being snuff it goes back to the you know you can't go to seven on eleven without hearing an Indian accent. I think he's just some crazy drunk. Uncle old school tendencies I also wonder too if you know Obama's in a weird spot where he's watching this play out as to who are the crazy socialist going to take control of this party or are the moderate as you can get right or are the moderate <hes> you Mo- more establishment people going to win out and I don't think if I'm Obama I don't want want. I'm not ready to put all my eggs in one of those baskets yet because I don't know how it's GonNa play out but you normally endorse your vice president normally yeah but yeah but I I get that and I think it's ridiculous to think that he did whatever ever they have <hes> keeping him from endorsing him they didn't know just wouldn't report on it then mysteriously but Biden's been politics for exactly one hundred and seventy seven years and I think he was fifty at the time when he entered into <hes> but he but so there everything I didn't know about him is known. We know that all the crazy things he's done or creepy things he's done. All that's out there so like what are you skate. We have the video. So what are you scared of. Yeah people actually carrying now because they are you know this to.

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NPR News: 09-08-2019 1AM ET

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NPR News: 09-08-2019 1AM ET

"This message comes from n._p._r. Sponsor xfinity some things are slow like a snail races. Other things are fast like xfinity x. by get get fast speeds even when everyone is online working to make wifi simple easy awesome more at xfinity dot com restrictions apply live from n._p._r. News in washington. I'm nora raum. President trump says he had planned to meet sunday at the presidential retreat camp david with taliban leaders and separately with afghan officials to discuss a peace agreement. He says he cancelled the meetings. After a bombing in kabul that killed twelve people including an american soldier lawrence core was assistant secretary of defense during the reagan administration. He says the president was right to cancel because of the taliban's actions didn't say have to stop having these attacks. I think they think that that enhancers their bargaining position when in fact it doesn't it undermines it. It's not clear when or even if the peace talks will resume u. S. officials have said they were close to reaching agreement to ending the nearly eighteen year old war in afghanistan nearly a week after hurricane doreen struck the bahamas conditions. They are becoming increasingly difficult. The storm reduced many homes to rubble and knocked out electricity and water water. Thousands of people are still trying to leave u._s. Coastguard crews are helping in the evacuation. N._p._r.'s jason bobi has more the u._s. Coast guard jayhawk helicopters just landed here in cherokee which is just down the coast for marsh harbour. They landed on. It's actually a dock for boats concrete dock. They barely have enough space in between the power lines and the edge of the water there but they've managed to put this yellow yellow helicopter down there and they've taken on an elderly man in wheelchair and his wife. They're going to back them out of here. N._p._r.'s jason jason bobin at least forty three people died in the bahamas officials warn. The death toll is likely to rise as the search continues for those still missing dorian. Ryan is no longer a hurricane but it's still a powerful storm. It struck canada's atlantic coast saturday knocking down trees and power lines. It toppled construction shen crane in halifax on friday at hit. The outer banks of north carolina several democratic presidential candidates took the stage in new hampshire at the state's the democratic party convention saturday south bend indiana mayor pete buddha judge told the crowd that voters need to send a strong message of support for the environment environment education equal rights by voting out president trump. The purpose of the presidency is not the glorification of the president is the unification of the people polling us together in common purpose to tackle our greatest challenge massachusetts. Senator elizabeth warren received the loudest reception of the convention she she said there's a lot at stake in next. Year's election and people are scared but she said they can't she was a candidate. They don't believe in because they're scared. Both candidates will be among the ten and democrats who made the cut to be on the stage this thursday for the third democratic debate. This is n._p._r. News from washington russia and ukraine inducted a prisoner exchange saturday releasing thirty five people from each side. Some of the highest profile prisoners caught up in the standoff between the two countries is hoped the exchange will improve relations since the russian annexation of korea region in two thousand fourteen russian-backed back forces now controlled a swath of territory in eastern ukraine in a conflict that has killed more than thirteen thousand people in five years zimbabwe's as president has declared national mourning for former longtime president robert mugabe who died friday at the age of ninety five as equal reports from harare. The longtime ruler leaves behind a complicated legacy as he did during his lifetime mugabe still divides opinion some condemn. He's a paulie human rights record while others like harari resident simon beary praising him he was really passionate about blake economic department and making that the war of zimbabweans party comically yes year. They may have been some mistakes in the way things were done but yet event strong love for always people mugabe was declared a national hero by incumbent president emmerson mnangagwa. It is unclear when his body is returning home for -tario for n._p._r. News ishmael in harari powerful typhoon slammed into south korea saturday knocking out power to tens of thousands of of households and grounding planes officials say at least one person was killed and more than a dozen people were injured. I'm nora raum n._p._r. News in washington.

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Jason Zucker joins The Power Trip to discuss the NHL's plan to return to play

The Power Trip

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Jason Zucker joins The Power Trip to discuss the NHL's plan to return to play

"It's good morning. Everybody welcome back to the morning. Roseanne Marnie are here. Wednesday Corey and saucy myself and Zach and live from his. Palatial Mansion. Just outside of chocolate. Jason. Hi Jason Jason. Guys, let's four. Jail Jail. But sauce ask me I. Don't know it sounds like you're in a bathroom or something. Sounds all right. I'm in my porch Oh. What. Not a scream sewer score you settle down. Wow. Slam door. Something happened slammed porch door. Jason. Could you move to one of the child dollhouses? Your wife has built and do the rest of the interview from inside there and take a photo of. will which of the seventeen you want me to go to? Previous. Yeah when you when you go back, let's let's just say the penguins don't have a hub city. Minneapolis or Saint Paul. Let's say you get sent somewhere else. Are you going to miss those playhouses or not? Well, I'll say this. It's great that carly has something to. To do like she, isn't she? Someone as you guys know very well now that she can't just sit around. She has had some sort of project to do and all that so. It's perfect for have that for me? It's actually been good because I'm not very handy like I. Don't build things I. Don't fix things if if I need to change a Lightbulb on Colin somebody. I'm not very very good at that stuff and for. My entire life, my entire family is that way like my dad can take apartments hydrocare. Put it back together. Know he it's that's all they do. In so I've gotten a lot of grief for for for a lot of years in so now my bill, the playoffs send it to my my family. Say Look I'm getting better, and then they point out many numerous things that I did wrong and. So on so forth back. It's actually helping me a little bit. Build Build the handy side at myself. Yeah all right. So what do you think the plan? The NHL plan and it sounds like it's going to be twenty. Four team should be maybe mid July empty arenas to hub cities. It'll be a playoff format where the top four seeds have a round robin tournament, but then the other eight seeds in each conference square off in a best of five. Do you feel about it? It's. The best part is that we're in play. You know we're. We're all excited to play well. WanNa play Um. We wish it was tomorrow honestly. But you know there's there's a lot of good to it and there's there's frankly a lot of bad, too. But overall the best you know. Part of the situation is again that we're gonNA play and so you know the good side of it is that? It? Gives fans something to watch at home. We get to play for Stanford. Which is obviously our goal every single year? and. It seems like the way that they haven't figured out. Now is is the safest way to do it and. You know what the hub cities keep everybody. seemed. Within those subsidies in those things so. That's all extremely positive You know the downside in it really depends on what team is looking at it from from which angle, but. You know for us for instance You now have to play a fifth series. Albeit it's, it's five games instead of seven, but we have to now go and play an extra five games possibly to win. The Stanley Cup which you know, I've ever won, but. Everyone knows how hard it is to to actually win one in four series, so that makes it very difficult, and then from the other end with the teams that are you know the top four teams from each division? You know it's GonNa. Be Tough for them because they're not going to be in the same type situation. They're gonNA. Play some play in games to. Determine their seating. For how I understand it! But it'll be a little different than the intensity of the games that will be playing in that five game series. So I do feel we'll have a bit of an upper hand on those teams, but for you know for teams like Tampa Boston. Philadelphia Washington it definitely makes it a little tougher. You're having a team that just came in a five series. That was that was really intense to get into the playoffs to Nafta to face them. How long do you think it would take not from an individual standpoint, but just from your your team standpoint. To really be game ready because you got to go from zero one hundred once they blow the whistle and say okay. You're playing the Montreal Canadians in the first round Get them how long how long does that take you? That's a really good question I mean. It's really hard because typically. You Watch. You know intriguing can't in training camp. We play You know inter-squad game so long share will be doing something like that as well but then you know you have your your exhibition games which are huge part to get you ready for those first regular season game so I'm sure we'll have some some way into the coaches have thought about it for hours and hours of You know making sure we're already for that game. One but I think overall to be my game shape feeling like ready for a playoff run might take to the end of that series to feel one hundred percent. The Dow Point but guessing I don young. Jason it's morning here. The hockey side is one thing and revving up and getting your mind and your body all in playoff mode like rosie was just talking about on the health side of it. The virus side how high or low is your level of concern just about the virus existing and sort of that being this ever constant storyline as you. If you get to this point where you're playing hockey, how much will that be on your mind and be a concern for you? I think own for me I. Don't know how much will be. It's always going to be a slight concern. Right? I mean just because of the intensity of the virus in what it's done to. You know to the world into the country. you know has of late. For us. I mean I have a great. we all, we are the whole talking to you. Because a an amazing set of doctors in the Infectious Disease Specialist, they've brought on board and their number. One concern is the safety of everybody and I think that's why the timeline of things has not been thrown out there at all because they're trying to make sure that. they're not jumping out of themselves in putting. Anybody. In danger in you know in not during the smart way. And so. You Know I. Don't know how much of a concern it'll be from day to day basis if we are quarantined like they're saying we're going to be in these cities. and then on top of that you know, we know that we have all these amazing doctors with us all the time to be able to take care of us if we need it. But again the the number one concern is to make sure that everyone stay safe and healthy and You know that's much bigger than hockey. It's going to be weird. It's GonNa. Be Weird to have maybe a three or four month break, and maybe go three or four games and it was. He's going to be done, right? That's going to be super tricky for those teams, but how about the seven teams that are just flat out done I got to think there's some kind of relief to that too right because that would have been super weird take three months off play the last fifteen or so games when you know there's nothing to play for. but yeah for Detroit Ottawa San Jose. La Anaheim New Jersey in Buffalo. They're just flat out done. While the hard part about that is you know we have no idea when our our season's GonNa Start next year? Right December visit January you know. Is it November I don't know you know, but it's GonNa. Be Somewhere in that. Range for sure in so. Just thinking about it from March I mean we typically have from. If you miss playoffs, you're you're out. You know the beginning of April. April may June June July July to August. August September five. Four and a half months or so. Off? Now you have from March until the earliest them. You know that is an insane amount of time in the people. That I feel bad for honestly from the hockey side is guys that are on those teams that are unrestricted free agents that are trying to figure out what they're going to be doing it for a for a job next year. And some of them are in better situations than others in regards to that, but. I feel bad for some of those guys that are trying to figure out that stuff. Figure out there. You know their well being as far as you know. He goes next year and that's going to be hard to do. Jason Meets US Lambert. How are you? Oh. Hello, how're you? How does carly want you out of the house? Yesterday. Yep Well. You're always welcome here. Jason Thank you so much. We appreciate it and and good luck to you. Thank you. You're welcome. Jason Face. Oh. And this you guys, the second team morale, even me. No. I just assume. Beards. Jason's ochre on the power to morning show when we come back. Rosie Euro Buddy had brought now but that morning Joe.

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Pop-Punk & Pizza #82: Punk The Burbs Fest 3

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00:00 sec | 1 year ago

Pop-Punk & Pizza #82: Punk The Burbs Fest 3

"RADIALS UNREAL DOT COM all it in three two one press blake back yeah. I'll then renting radio up. Selling you can bring it was something new is is a is nicely shot uh-huh size. You're listening to pop pumpkin pizza on the radio. Would you judge me if I told do. I was drinking a white cloth right now. Please don't judge me what is going on shock l'amour from pop punk in pizza. Yeah Yeah I am drinking white claw right now. I did a podcast last week and it's going to be released. This podcast is going to be released next week. When I'm talking about whereas drinking the white claw in fact there's a live video of it up on our facebook page. If you WANNA check it out but the guest requested quested white claw and so I bought a variety pack because that's all I can find at the store and it was just two of us you know so and we weren't getting enamored or anything like that. Because it was a week night so we only had I think I had one he had one and that was it so all these white claws were left and I thought well I don't have any other alcohol here and I kind of want to drink and so I'm drinking the natural lime one right now and I can understand why people like to drink these because they don't sit heavy with you plus. They're five percent alcohol at the same time and only one hundred calories so you know I get it. I totally get it. I feel like it's the alcohol for people who love Lacroix like seriously anyway anyway. That's that's enough about white cloth. I am super excited about today's show. I don't think it's probably very punk rock to drink white claw. I would imagine the most hardcore punk rockers don't approve of it but I could be wrong. we're talking a lot of punk rock today on the show because we have Caitlyn Edwards and Jason Jason Seen from this Awesome Festival in Lisle Illinois called punk. The BURBS is coming up this weekend. Friday the twentieth and Saturday the twenty the first of September. It's going to be based base camp pub and eatery and you can get your tickets. I believe they're at event bright DOT COM. You know they're on ticket web my bed if you go to ticket web. Dot Com. You'll if you type in punk the BURBS fast you'll get a link that comes up for the show so anyway get those tickets today at ticket Webb. I'm planning on going on Saturday hoping I can go at some point. In the day. It goes on all day long. I might not make it towards the middle of of the day but I'm still planning on going but anyway so Caitlyn. She actually plays in a really great band called bumps in the moochers. They are playing punk. The burbs and then Jason Sin is in a well known Chicago band called the runaround course bums in the moochers are from Chicago as well but they're not as established as the run around I would say more people know the runaround not to discredit bums e in the moochers because I was recently introduced to them and really fell in love with their music and actually we're gonNA play one of their songs on the show today. That's one of the songs you'll hear throughout the interview that I have with Caitlin and Jason we take some breaks here and there for for Romy Music of course we gotta have that so we'll hear from bums Moocher's today the runaround and also we're going to hear from a band called the studs which is also also playing punk the burbs fest and they recently reached out to me via email which I need to reply to right now about possibly being on the show in the future future and so I'm totally down for that by the way if you're listening I just got a reply to your email and we'll set something up somewhere down the line but you can look for the studs at some point on pop punk in Pizza. We're definitely GONNA play their song called alien today. So that's pretty much it we kind of go all over with this interview like we usually do in every interview Pong Pizza and I apologize in advance for how we talk about the Hella Mega tour with Green Day follow boy and Weezer because as you know that is a thing by now that's been announced. It's going to happen next summer twenty twenty but when I recorded this interview with breath Caitlyn and Jason It was before the actual tour announcement it was when they were teasing all of us with this Hella Mega tour and it was Kinda like rumors I at this point. We didn't really know what was going to be happening so we might sound like we're dumb because you're like wall. It's the Hella Mega tour. They announced it. You idiot it well. We didn't know that at the time so that's pretty much that pretty much sums it up today and to set the scene for you before we go into the interview was recorded at School of rock and Plainfield. Jason Actually owns. The school is one of the owners. I'm not sure if he's the sole owner we didn't get into into that but I didn't know he owned or ran or operated school of rock and there's three schools in the area which super cool Jason and I know each other from playing in the scene together. I was in a band called the projection and he's been on the run around since the day of time so we eventually cross crossed paths. This implies a couple of shows together and it's been a while since I've seen him so as nice to catch up with them and we had Vida Bellas pizza is what it was called. It was good. It wasn't bad it was suggested to me I had made a post on facebook asking hey what are some good pizza places in plainfield and that was the one one of them that it came up and I thought okay we'll give it a shot and I thought it tasted pretty good. I main argument was that it was a little too salty. I know pizzas salting in general and on its own but this was this was a little too salty but still a shout out to Vita Bella Pizza for making amazing using pizza all right here. We go yeah that game. I was like Oh blackberry. That's trying to be American idiot. It was just after well that was that was when the big screen defending knows definitely. I'm so I'm so so ready for tomorrow. No you're good tomorrow tomorrow. They're announcing. They've been teasing this tour like the last couple of days with follow up boy and Weezer in Green Day. What's yes and apparently evolve winless homeownership but well? I mean they're gonNA play mostly that anyway. Yeah we are recording by by the way so we can hear me mind working boy. We're all good. Go Follow Talk Shit. Tell us what the rules are. The swearing fine swearing's fine yep yeah. We're only we always gotTA remember. Don't take advantage of it because I know like. Oh why no one of your sponsors is one of the college station. So obviously you know that's that's yeah. I always a number three number. Actually I'm Jason's number two and I'm number one. This is because I remember it's different from what Steven had interviewed us. He had that Fuzzy Stephen Frisky Moore's first recessions fuzzy. I've done podcast things where they just put up their phone and put on soundcloud and say go like I. I don't I don't like to do this. Is Zoom Zoom Age six anyway. WNYC has an actual cough wasn't for each station which I thought was actually hit the cough button. That's awesome awesome the radio station I worked for we don't have delays so like if if yeah and well we don't really have it's a small market because it's in Bourbon so yeah. It's not like we're interviewing the. FCC isn't following every move you make no there actually was the guy one time we were interview with. This is really funny. We were interviewing this guy. He was representing the private Catholic schools that does advertising with us. They always you know how Catholic schools are big fundraisers and all that so he was in promoting one of their fundraisers and he said Shit on the air and and I think that's hilarious that was tied into a Catholic school. He's representing a Catholic school on the air and he says shit now it wasn't me it was one of the other guys that was with him on the air but I always thought that was so funny. The guy that's from the Church church is to realize one through I don't I don't think I don't think you realize it was just so conversationally. Just just like Holy Shit Holy Shit. Oh I'm good. I'm good for now so yeah. We were just talking about the whole Green Day follow boy boy weezer thing which by now this podcast is up. There's some news about it. This is being recorded before the big announcement when we can't when something's like you're trying to guess when this is. GonNa a B Osborne. What's happening yeah well. Obviously it's going to be out before the puck in the burbs. Donald trump is our president. Wasn't that long ago four years ago. Yeah really mess with recorded. I mean we could go that far but we know when the window is. I the rumor going around about that too or the Hella Mega Mega keep two or whatever the hell they hella mega good or something gone it on instagram and it's just an Emoji of Dwight. Is it away from the office just like what followed it but when I first started hearing the AH for that would be that would be awesome because I'm assuming I'm assuming this tour has got to be twenty twenty probably because it's so late this here but together isn't greedy working on an album too. I think that's what they're dropping. Tomorrow is a single a single beep guessing. They're trying to time with with everybody. You said Weezer fall out boy. Oh boy wow see that's why I thought it was a complete room like I but now they're actually teasing it from their social media sites Green Green Day for sure. I don't don't haven't looked at follow up boys or wizards accounts or their website so I have no idea if they're to know just those three three yeah that'll be awesome awesome pop disaster thousand two that was wanted to go so so my my brother could mile. This brother went to any bought me a bought me a green day shirt from that show I was. I was like twelve when that tour. You can't go out and you can't go. I mean I went to my first show when I was eleven but this one in particular I couldn't go to so voiceover. Lucky boys confusion when I was thirteen. Oh my God that's bad ass. Yeah that's awesome. It's what we could go to well. I saw Joe cells first public show which was at a bowling alley and I've played Joe Cells last show which was at the supplies in Champaign canopy glow. Yes yes yes I was. I was like wait a minute. There's that one the famous well. It's been there for at least twenty years. Probably maybe a little longer. I WanNa say it started in the Ninety S. DR remember the dog and everything that's all my dog and I have not heard anyone bring up the dog and everything in forever guitar teacher so what happened to those guys tied into last fast action and then they kind of like they're kind of doing this thing. I think where it's like well they have the kings of audio which is Augie and Dan basically they do a lot producing and they've done a lot of local bands a lot of albums and stuff like that and I think every once in a while released their own thing but it's almost like A. I don't know how it's not really a ban but it's like a I don't know an entity like pay with us we do we produce and we make all these producers. I was going to say that that is kind of like publishing yeah yeah yeah similar but but they but they still do their own music as well to kind of this gray area they like just. I love the dog and everything I I loved them to man is still one of my favorite local voice and Shell album. They were a great band great. was that the follow up album. I think it was. It's didn't even know there was one because all that's the original then then they had one. That was a little bit It seemed more produce. The Dan and Augie actually did themselves as well to that was actually it was really good follow up album to but yeah they were those two were probably by. I two local one into lucky boys and Dr. Everything play together all the time yeah thrown like Seraphine. Remember them now the other one I remember from that era was penny in the Lou. I I'm sure they did the cover of the Grillo alone now. Yes yes never seen that like the blue man it was like the first time I ever saw band. They're like just took an old song and made their own and that to me was like that was before or although blink goes blank pump pop goes and got really into doing like I didn't either put. Scott got really into doing covered covered which was so cool because they see these horns added dishonest. Would I think penny might have had horns horns and then they became excel okay they. We're literally just like a pop punk okay so before they went. PX Al they were they had a whole sky was yeah. That's what I'm remembering remembering in my head but I remember this cover it. It was just like holy crap like I never it never even occurred to me to say let's take a song from the sixties very pop radio song and just say let's see what we can turn this like that wave hit hard you know but they were the first ones in my life you know in my small world that that I saw it happened and I just blew my mind. Yeah I remember watching that when I was probably thirteen fourteen years old. You know like just like Holy Crap Yeah Yeah. I never got got to see them play but I I remember I went to my first real big fish show and it was at Congress. They were passing out CDs at the end of the show perfect and that's how I heard of that and so I always getting no. It's show to go to the place. I wonder if we should can people do that. Again has has out CDs. I think ever stopped happening because you don't really see people doing that do it but I don't I want I want to say it's not like a legal or anything you they. Do you think about how many CD's waste people wasted then plough adding right that doesn't even have CD players. Let alone listen to CDs house. It's more my car doesn't have one really see. I still have a two thousand twelve so it's still riddick depressing thing when I got a newer car but they were Maybe you can buy some kind of attachment. Actually my trumpet player was like Fuck It. Let's just put everything on. USB BE DR just get a bunch of USO thing too. Is that still a thing. I haven't seen bands dude. I wonder why that was that was a popular thing for a short time. A I run around so far behind on all this just got into like those deal download cards. I guess you pass. That was another thing. I don't know if those are still popular either. The people people people enjoy him I was I did a solo show at two full cider in Naperville. What was it like Saturday and I gave people still bought like this CD but I'm like oh. Here's my new EP. It's online online digital download code and they they understood. What was there like. Oh okay took a pic you bring up like the camera whatever it takes the like the QR codes ban camp thing where like prints out all the codes and then you go to band camp and then download code okay. There's yeah there's a couple couple of different ways to do. It probably just depends on what company you go. I still don't get I it's funny because I'm GonNa talk about Pumpkin bars for a second here. Inadvertently only GONNA say inadvertently escape because we got over three hundred submissions this year for this for this fast last which that's amazed first year. We got like fifty last year. We got over one hundred this year just blew up and took US weeks weeks and the first thing I told Kaelin and maybe it's just like because because I am I guess texts stupid that I said no some emotion that comes through spotify. We will not accept because every Tom I click on a link from spotify doesn't send me to the song that somebody's just or it's like it. They'll add pops up like Oh. You got to download the APP to listen to the whole you already have the APP I had the evidence doesn't work. It's still it's like you listen to. I think you have to have like the premium or whatever I don't and I'm not about. They do it for somebody that sending a submission to pay the premium but yeah most some people don't and I think it's just better to I want to actually start asking bans. Give what's your most recent song because there was some submissions where it was like a song from the just the eleven and I'm just so that we have to do more research and honestly honestly I. I said I know he sounded like dicks but like anything more than one click then hit play like we're not it's it's easier to many submission. I usually I'm in my car and I'm just like driving illegally hitting on my phone trying to try to hit play on the next song because this is the best way I spent hours between the schools and and stuff and I'm just like this is what I'm going to listen to these emissions and if I had to start digging and stuff like that like this is not going to happen I literally would next band and then we'll get an email like you know. Why didn't we make him. If you want me to be honest I never heard you go yeah. I couldn't get your your linked to work with like the podcast when I get banned sending their stuff. I do get spotify links but I always appreciate either like the actual. MP Three right or if they send me like a youtube link yes or or band camp he said band camping Ban Camper Youtube because you guess it play right and they can send you can send the actual link to the actual song you want us to listen to as opposed to here's our entire discography on on sue thousand two. We really sounded like this two thousand nine hundred and we sound like this and it's like you know. Which one do you want us to listen to. I will say those are easier to to to get two faster because I know sometimes I've had to jump through hoops like you were talking about the get to spotify or sometimes. I wasn't able to you know so yeah. It definitely is easier but that's it's awesome three use of three hundred page after page law. I've noticed just I haven't actually been yet. I'm going this year. I'M GONNA WANNA go on Saturday Day. Think is the day that I'm able to go home but just watching it the last couple years and then seeing this year. It's awesome of course you've got soon. Nami bomb and then you got Mr T. experience so like even your your lineup like you're pulling in some. Are I feel like I feel like it's it's. I mean that's not taking anything away from you know. The queers are boll weevils grandbabies. NBC's and tax the headliners yeah. I mean I mean to me am taxis the best band in Chicago. I mean they're just incredible but but yeah as far as the national recognition goes I mean everybody keeps sending us. This link apparently in like it worked out really well this summer. There was a release of like the top one hundred pop punk songs of the ninety s early early two thousand or something like that and both both bands song on that. Oh Wow that's pretty cool and it's amazing to because we're really reaching. I know Jason are like Oh. It's it's hard. We don't try to always get like bands that are totally out of state or really affirmative midwest to meet the guarantees but we were we were able to do it. I mean squirt gun came from ways away. I think their lead singer came from overseas and we were able to to pay everybody familiar with quite they're. They're like older popping a punk band from like the lookout seem like they had a song and mall all where they're they're big big moment not that they haven't at other moments by other big bowl. Was that movie with okay I was I was thinking like it's amazing though that these bands site on because I I couldn't even when when I was younger like a teenager I couldn't even fathom like opening for these bands and now they're like. We're opening it for him but they're playing our fest coming from all the way they they. I know that our fest is legitimate enough. It's great enough to be like yeah. Let's go all the way over there. I remember even Messaging Salami bomb like they're just like because I'm playing riot riot fest like because you think you know because right best known for bringing out all these bands that you know having flavors but like you chose us and then I asked them why and they were are just like oh we just. We thought this would be a good a good try. This would be a good fast. They just believed in US and we're getting that like people are noticing us. People are coming from far away way to see this best like I'm getting messages. I see in the comments like I'm driving four hours away. I'm driving all the way from this you know I think I remember even the I. I didn't take a plane out to the first one. I could drove his bike rodas bicycle like they wrote US thirty forty miles to get to the people are actually like really traveling from afar to be on the air conditioning and there's no do you know what but that was the one problem with the bursts best. I was like you know what I I went so smooth it was it was almost unreal. Everything started on time time at the sound goes time. It was perfect seen on time. It was like the only thing was just the AC like not working. We're getting lake that was it and that was the last year sound guys in our leads. Fire alarm goes off an hour. Play Hour with we leave. We let the thirty minute gap that was gone plus twenty minutes behind in the first hour so of a twelve hour day basically murphy yeah because that's a long day soule them back. This is the first time we're doing two days. I would say it's a little bit I mean. I don't know that we could go backwards on this but I definitely know that. This is a little bit of I'm attached We you know we still we still just plus volunteers. Which volunteers are you get. What you pay for yeah. They're all probably GONNA give them. An base camp has pizza pizza beer. Whatever but yeah Yes so. It's a well we will. We'll see how this goes. We're actually well. We we jumped from one day. One Stage two days in two stages so essentially almost like it could droop hold the events being four stages worth of music for doorbell where we can get more bands to you said it's outdoor yeah because I know there's a stage area basically and everything but it's an area basically the way the base camp was set up really allows for you to have we could've done in four state has really like there's a whole lot outdoor area and stuff right seem to worked perfectly and it's going to be nice like basically banned inside a four o'clock bad outside of four thirty bed and switching off so there's museum starts right when the other one's on so there's never a gap as twenty walk y'all just right there so you could literally just pace back and forth all day and Never Miss Anything uh-huh laws time for the set up on stage and all that stuff so yeah so cool well that'd be good. I played their nineties. Palooza twice at base camp. I think that's what they call that they just had this year but it was they have they had two stages and it was Kinda like once one was finished the other one thing so yeah so that'd be cool this interview with Caitlin and Jason Jason has just been a blast. I'm really enjoying. It and I hope you are too the first band we're GONNA play on the show. Today is called the studs and they are playing Saturday of punk. The burbs herbs this coming weekend so make sure you don't miss their set. They actually posted all the set times by the way on facebook. If you want to check that out if you type in punk the burbs it's fast you'll find that they've posted pictures of the settlers so so that way you won't miss out on the studs so this song is called alien. They made a really okay cool music video for the song that I encourage you to check out when you get the chance it's YouTube dot com slash the studs music yeah so slow to mono. What do you breakout AH her again. Yeah Sir it but what I was going to bring up up to is is bums e in the moochers right okay. Your Band is awesome. Thank you so much. I was listening learning to I was like I gotTa make sure I listen to two bums e on the way here and I didn't know I was going to be listening to US Scott Band so I was like all of those a nice surprise. I had no idea the market better I had literally weren't enough people. We're assign. We're yeah well. I'm told that it's not the horns that make it. Scott's the the thing of it. Technically is a Scott then. They have no horns but anyway no. I was pleasantly surprised because I'm Scott Fan and I I loved what I like. The thing I heard like six songs on my way a here something like that so thoroughly early do exactly what I did. What I'm taking submissions car I do. I tried I too like gravitate towards what I usually listen to and be like okay instead of listening to that album for like the three hundredth time driving really is the fall back doc because there's a couple of records right now are just like they're just concept. I'm like okay. You've got you don't have time to do that. You need to listen to these submissions but I the ask you whose bums eating because that's always a question. I'm sure that's a question which sign goes running from now. ooh I love the name though that's an awesome team is it from Blues Blues Brother's okay. Here's how it began it literally we we. I am terrible at making names. I think we all are and are awesome. It is okay good. I'm glad it's awesome. No sometimes I you wonder if bumps in the moochers is a good name. We all have jobs. We work our asses off where you know but then there's we have our lazy moments and there's sometimes we like to be bumps whatever but it started on the podcast like twenty hours a day. Are you sure he has out actually just got a job as the math teacher he he loved. Doing that is videos from all day people that do podcast gave gave. Can I think they call it a podcast but all they do is only to literally gave was like Jason. The Jet Jason's always in my chads two guys can get to know each other pops up on my screen like he's just like is there somehow he takes over or like random pages he he that's what he does because we'll we're trying to do. We talked about at the summer like sometimes like you've got to promote in weird ways you gotta get out of the shows in the scenes and promoting like other random groups like what's up Aurora or what's new NAPERVILLE and the ones. I've thought Oh man it was what's what's happening. In Aurora Abe is live hasn't from this or live video looking back on it and then he's like what's up Jason. Giuliani gave me talk about weird shed or we'll just talk about random shit not even music but I was gonna say so like bumps mergers like it came from when we started. We didn't know what I suck at Benham's but this is gone pop punks a what should we do. Should it be silly should be serious and we kind of did a mix of both and we realized like. Oh sometimes we're always asking like at the time we were like really young long and some of our members didn't have like anger something it's sometimes we blew up other people's shows and not me but we had a members like where like news who's even my guitar the old guitarist page sometimes she'd need my guitar you know and then. I thought well what about I think Chris came up with bums. E said Oh sometimes people call. I don't know if he said it was me or if it was Jimmy at the time who who was in urban bums e Oh. Let's call it bombs in the moochers like yeah. We're always borrowing shit you know and I it does. I was like people are GonNa think it's many in the moocher blues brother's yeah. There probably is some one's probably use using that name for many many. I mean if you ever wanted to change genres. I feel like it's like a perfect punk name but also it sounds like a roaring twenties nineteen twenties in the mood. That's the big band thing yeah yeah so that's but that's not that far off from sky. There is a modern version of the big band unusually swiping. They're not yet or not super serious. I mean neither are pop punk names but it's right exactly real big fish eld lake that way less than Jake like goofy names so while we're on the subject of bumps in the moochers. Let's go ahead. Take a break and actually listen to one of their songs. This is from their latest release that was put out last year called spaced out and that's the name of the record. The song's called walls which was the very first song that I listen to buy when I was on my way to this interview in the car is pulled it up on my spotify and I was like Whoa I love this so let's take a listen. Watch them this weekend at PUNK burbs fest. They're going to be playing on Friday tonight these walls for so long now. I tear them down for you. It it goes to the past a the report uh-huh the Dow fell. I okay yeah the yeah long long. Oh God yeah the aw them down for oh we could still be serious and hey you know every now and then maybe I'll you know mooch off some food on some persons house lay on the couch and be Abon me names they played are i. I was a Scott Band called must build to cousy. That's bad as I love doing a mini tour with them. In November surprise surprise prize I might happening but I think they were doing school and stuff but now they're back and we're doing this three day mini tour with us also so they're awesome. That's cool. Oh and then the other band that's is playing as courtesy of Tim that is another scub- and see weird names. What land the land before? Tim Is playing great news. I'm playing punk the burden and then an okay since we're on the subject something to do as another hobby guys from Wisconsin's amazing. I know they've been around for a long time. I've never seen him live. which neither are they playing Saturday? You're playing Saturday. Okay so that's I'm pretty. Are you might as well Friday. We're mixing it up but you gotta spread the love around read the Sky Love Scott punk but something nothing to do their Scott but they they're also not punk either. They're like this. It's like pop rock but it's it's not like annoying or anything like that. It's just it's so catchy achie- and melodic and it fits with the sky that they play and they have like suits on they got like a gross style like a good stage presence the two-tone the two of them in Boston yeah if seriously I highly recommend them definitely playing lake I think before Radio Jio buzzkill parker so yeah those are towards towards the Toys R. where I'm Super Glad Parker is on the show and I'm super glad to finally see them because as I became friends with those guys a while back and I've been wanting. He messaged me. I wonder if you are six separation because I think we figured out we played together with when you got wearing the projection with messed yeah and he messaged me years ago right after that show and was like saw you guys with masks like you know. I love the band really like you know like trying to start my own thing up and stuff like that like just starting out with this ban and we always get your work with cryer for producing and stuff like I get a message from cryer like two years later like Adam cryer. Yes boys and he he's like hey. I'm working with this ban. You got to consider them for pump. The burbs like Basketball Parker. I think I know that name and I'm like this guy messes me two years ago after he saw so messed got starting this band and then I listen to them like toll here the messed influence and stuff yup and they're blowing up man that band is like everywhere these days every big coming through and they're really super cool nice guys every like decent local Chicago show. They seem to be yeah just the last six months to a year so let's have another band hot. Alice is on and that's tim from Alastair Right. I didn't know about them until I got the submission and I'm like Oh yes. I'm so glad we got him on the fest because I'd like to watch these guys. I've random randomly saw them at a bigger show they. I don't know if they were they played for an ex. PX or who it was but they opened up for for somebody Amex Alastair. Show I think actually had out hothouse okay. That must have been what it was. We played the Alastair ten year from from here this was that the here to suburbia whatever they're whatever that ten year anniversary show with in five years ago with them that was when they were they. They've had like these offset bands of Alistair that people don't even realize allister's like part of it and stuff like yeah because there's been a couple hot alice yes before there was another one Mickey Malania always like the drummer for every good friend of ours and stuff uh he's cool now the drummer for blood people another band great fan. I was GONNA say. They're an awesome as well. next year blood people who was that he came to see US play Liars Club a few weeks ago. We were talking about it and they couldn't this year for contractual reasons up but they're they're all about doing it when I go to get them. No super laid back like still pretty humble about it and stuff. You guys run around played not too long ago. I didn't I was going to see in your name. We hit the studio October fourth and we're basically the entire month of October in the studio for the new EP so you back with going out to always genus leanest Hunterston and and his twin brother Sam Mary's always be genius et is Indiana and it's beautiful. It's on this like it's on this like the House Beautiful House with a yard and a full basketball court and it's like I you I was in the middle of cornfields yeah pretty much but it's a two hundred dollar studio. They basically took half. The House is yours. You do this with the type of thing and he's put ton of. I mean that's the reason why did the bands that they do. They come through there and stuff did something there recently like watch abandon don stuff through there but we did all ourselves in the city before that like every album would just go to city and it was so like stare at the clock locked up in this room. You might have a balcony you can go stand on whatever and Odyssey. Let's see like when we're doing our part. We're playing basketball playing with the dogs and the yard like you let your mind kind of like get away from it for a few minutes. Studio could be torture and it's tested. If you have such a calm atmosphere around you just get away from the city and the stuff like that like that that changed our mentality and we just love it out there like we've been we would miss. Is there dogs when we leave like we know the family yes for somewhere out. There was a single bachelor now. He's married with three kids. I think it might the four three or four somewhere around yes his life changes but you know it's kind of the same happened before army-installed but when we met I was single now. I'm married with a kid and stuff so it's it's kind of like we've been on the same trajectory. He was a lead guitars for or a stereo but back in the they play once in a blue moon like five years. Maybe it's maybe three years ago. Maybe they did a show probably three probably more accurate but since the last but I still that's that's been a while they were yeah yeah. They were really big in that kind of a border town area that was I'm trying to remember what the label was. They were saying what they signed to a label. Yeah I can't remember. I always forget what the label was. I can't remember yeah. He's a producer and I'm sure it was amazing. I'm sure he's one guy ever since the projection recorded there for our our our last release we ever did was out there and I've always wanted to have him on the podcast. Sense Dude obviously is just so a busy so I haven't reached out to him in a long time but his wife is his manager now sued he's wonderful perfect for that role because yeah south is tonight's and she will be like the book he needs a day off work three hundred sixty five days of the year just because he doesn't want to let anybody down and we were like. Negoti like well so we really only could do weekends so we're going to be there Friday through Sunday but he doesn't work Sundays. I'm like we need doesn't work Sundays. You always worked Sundays for us. It was a funny conversation but we ran into a similar yeah that was that was like five years ago. Guitars used to last summer out. There used to give them crabs like you on banker hours now. You got to be done by six. PM because it used to be three in the morning it'd be like all right. Let's call it a night. You know whatever now his wife's like. You know. He's done at six yeah. That's it yeah dinner time dinnertime but you know what happened my own kids. I tell you I appreciate that 'cause he needs to. Everybody needs that balance that work life balance. Oh Yeah especially when you've got three or four right when you're when you're your own own boss like you know everyone says you make your own hours but you could also make your own hours of drive yourself in the grave to you know you just go especially in in in his position so while we're on the the subject of the run around let's go ahead and play what I consider their signature song in the first the first song that comes to my mind every time I think think of the runaround and that's Chicago so if you've never heard the run around before this is a great way to dive in and get a feel for the style of Punk rock that they play. They're also playing this Friday night for punked burbs. Fast Yeah report report in I want extreme in class the last it put doc John Award in a punk the burbs. Let's talk about the so it's the twenty twentieth twenty-first Friday Saturday twenty away twenty first we start at five o'clock on the Friday and then two o'clock on Saturday to Saturday so all day bands it's twenty dollars a day unless you get tickets ahead of time which they're all over the place of like just typing tickets pumped verbs whatever or go to our facebook as prepared to find the but it's twenty dollars for each day festival which you compare that to ride faster. La Di what's worse than Mariah. I jump I didn't even I didn't even see the prices for riot this year is. I don't think I'm going honestly tickets. Are they're still fifty eight. I was GONNA say at least fifty. If you compare that allows one fifty else forget it I'd rather go to the right anyway. That's where it's at yeah. We're basically trying to be the suburban version of that. At some point event will be handed out three reflect. I gotta give you some but I'm gonNA. I'M GONNA write best on Sunday. I can't wait to see I'm gonNA see like white reaper. That's like the main reason going and maybe St Louis but I'm going to be passing out flyers flyers yeah. There's a lot of good bands that day a lot of good so I know I'm just going to be like cannon out so if anybody sees me there. Give me a hug and beer. Ask for the HUG I. This is two thousand nineteen leasing. Ask people yeah very true. I feel totally open in yourself offered as a random people giving random logs listen. I listened to the podcast you said like with this consensual. I is is this consensual sign this sign this ca flyers TAK- flyer to sign the Flyer and then yeah and trying to think of tells twenty dollars a day yeah I mean there's so many all ages is it. Is this like just like year one and two. You have to come knowing you what you're seeing obviously and if your kids kids haven't heard f bombs that you might WanNa keep away and if you're living the reality a real world like the rest of us could totally bring your kids. It's a fun time. There's plenty the of safe places to watch the performance as opposed to being like you're than the mosh pit or outside like there's plenty of room chairs in the back room it. It is a family friendly as punk rock. Sky Gets parking free parking parking of course kipnes kids under under ten get in for. I think that was the number so if you have kids under ten get in free cash did no milic seven. I look I gotta look at the last year event page. I think it's a big overhang this year bigger overhead overheads charge your double double because GonNa Watch them bringing your baby and then I know you guys have like have more sponsors and things this year to more keep coming through. Actually we just got this stupid Red Mirko. Oh they just signed on their really awesome. They were coming. That's everywhere. That's GONNA ask the most about afterwards because their table is de. Yeah I mean when it's a merged company versus like I dunno like a something. That's like obviously doesn't lend itself to being crazy. Awesome set up their table just like blue everybody else oh yeah. I'm pretty sure there I could be wrong but I'm pretty sure there. At three fifty s probably a couple of having. I think a lot of their booth was pretty near friends asked me because I didn't have cash on me last year but they so they weren't and then they now Lara. I'm like they probably have the best setup. Get a lot of us from it. They're great and then checks collective. Oh my God go to their table so we finally got shirts and hoodies and everything being made and he's going to have some shirts and hoodies like Irv some clothing for punk the burbs like there to be sold old but not many so it's very limited but what he will be doing is he's. GonNa bring his really like high tech printer and he's just going to be printing like I think like eleven by thirteen by nineteen something like flyers of the burbs posters. I've seen how this thing works. It's like so satisfying spying to watch you just see like all this color just swipe onto a blank white page and then it prints out so smooth and dries purdy ten ten ten bucks for so that table up. It's it's amazing and he'll have he'll have other bands merged to. That's all over and dumb What was it meltdown okay down meltdown creative melton creative That's that's actually on the band's playing germ. They're playing on Saturday yeah. There's another emerging company doesn't amazing stories. They don't a bunch of stuff for the runaround over the years and not as colorful. I guess the one thing about the thing that stood out so much about stupid stupid rat was all these neon colors where where creative were meltdowns like kind of more true punk rock like a lot of the black T. shirts and stuff like that really really cool designs but maybe not as like. Oh my God. It's not a side the technicolor dreamcoat I love the random is probably fitting. Yeah describe that's pretty. WNYC that's our main the main sponsors this year. They got awesome station. You're going to be interviewing danced strongest of this from the getting interviews there. They had these strongest just like satellite for college radio station in the country that it was like fifty miles for college radio station. That's insane. That's a lot actually wait. That does make sense because I I remember there. Were Times where I'd be like driving back from Chicago or wherever and like I'd be on the highway still like a good thirty forty fifty miles away and I could pick it grizzly when you're like because my inlaws live like an hour and a half like west of here and I'll go. I'll just hit like you scan on my in the only station. I'm getting an hour west of here. Nokia you know Q. on on the huge still w our waiver. WNYC for the win man they have an entire building in separate standalone building that is dedicated to the radio station on my way in their in their to all the old bands especially bands. I saw some. Am Dexia so lucky on there. I'm like this place is cool. I gotta go. I gotta he's on my way and I'm trying to think of course the summit sounds some. It's awesome recording studio in Naperville downtown Naperville. They also have like a venue beneath them called the one. Oh Five Live where they have a lot of new venue party brand new It's prior works for the he's one of the guys that you'll do some songwriting stuff with you you Charlie's the owner who actually used to work with me at school rock Geneva so there's a lot of connection there yeah cool cool people and they really are like bringing up a scene to there because every time I've been there and there's a show I mean it's packed and it's all these and it's kids that are you know teenage like playing at the one oh five and it's packed and I'm like yes finally venue in Naperville. That's really continuing. This NAPERVILLE doesn't get a lot of pavilion for Punk Rock in our I mean punk bands that come from neighborhood right. There's this as far as like go properties too expensive. Yeah I mean Barn that was the barn was borderline plainfield NAPERVILLE which hasn't been open for fifteen years. Now probably was running a house when you call the waiting room the awaited them well done. I think so too read full circle here. The kid the wrote his bike to the first punk punked verbs is Elliott who that's who ran the waiting room that just literally had their last show like last week and stuff yeah on awesome honestly this is not meant to compliment. It lasted longer than I would expect any house venue. I I mean I yeah. I don't mean that I don't mean that by an insult like three wins there that house was I mean it was in a typical Naperville suburb and I was just I kept asking everyone everyone. They're like how has no one plane down but I think what helped was. I mean they said and I didn't see any there. There was no drug use or are like people draped and I thought honestly you know. Go ahead and bash me here but I I think it's nice the whole you know kind of strange thing or just people like choosing using not to like drink and do drugs and have that at punk shows anymore. I think that's great because I mean that's to me is not what punk rock is about like oh you know drinking drugs rugs and because I remember when I was their age. I get pissed when like a show would get shut down and because of alcohol drugs. That's the sound lab I remember shows like there'd it always be a show cut short because somebody got drunk or drugs going on and cops came but I think that's why the waiting room lasted because it didn't have all that crap and you know what the that's always been wasted. People were able to older now so people are able to enjoy the show to when I was seeing all these kids like they're dancing around their sing sing-along Heaven Fawn and I'm like they can actually enjoy the show because there's no like drunk or drugged out or whatever just like you know ruining the show and then getting the cops call and now there's no place to play for music so I think that's refreshing. Now that like people are just choosing Haley. Come sober and just play music. That's about. I just think the age age range. That's always the worry with the authorities burst drinking. It only takes one. That's the thing one time that's why they got to keep it straight so because otherwise they'll be like well. You're doing this and right now but yeah. Kudos to waiting Graham for yeah for recipes but they they impacted the scene. They've probably influenced a lot of people to start bands influenced people to continue with their bands when they didn't have a place to play the timing of this one zero five kind of popping up right into the waiting room dies and they're literally five minutes away from each other. Probably it's it works out well and it's now in a place that can last pass the the kids who are throwing it you know and stuff and as long as they keep it all ages and keep it he would have safe environment than you know. It's a very good big for the for the NAPERVILLE and even the western suburbs e because really all ages in general have died since all eight shows. I used to be like fifty. Fifty like is this show all ages. Yes no okay and now it's like. It's assumed not well otherwise now. There's the in between two the eighteen plus team plus so it's like you get three variation is one hundred percents all ages all day all night. you know they can stay for the not. GonNa get kicked out right before headliners or anything like that is going to be you know. People say all ages out to be out of here by like well. That's right before the band's. Does it have to rumors came to see you know. It's not stale night. No matter if you're a baby you know if you're a little too euro baby or whatever you want to say. They want to go home and you're like I'm staying. No that's fine you know people bring babies to shows people babies and go home and said he was like look totally kidding. Take your babies with you. Please don't show last year like see baby too and it was like nine ten o'clock at night and I was like laugh at this or to feel like bad. Woodstock happened this. This is after all right well. I know we should we should wrap it up so Jason Runaround punk in the burbs obs- Caitlyn Pumpkin the burbs and bums E in matures. Doesn't that's so fun to say. I'm GONNA just go home onto funds what around boring there's. There's not an official website that the band is boring. The name is with an official website for Pumpkin. The burbs ears ears verbs. I was GONNA say. The bird makes more sense but we like where it's more of like a an attack the posters and stuff it's it's like we're using the word to describe what we are doing yeah to the burbs. Turn it around well. We have a facebook facebook. Yeah Peng the BURBS facebook and then we have instagram to an gets is on the list probably for next that last year but it's you know you got paid for that stuff either way. Yeah someone can do a search on facebook buy tickets. We started website. Be legit and you are actually. LLC where we okay this year so for our taxes to anybody listening. That's not right. Yep Yep all right. We got shit to pay with surveys twenty dollars we last year you took forty percent of awesome thank you thanks pizza head to head to get the pizza from the pop. punk doubled our profits for the all right all right. Thanks guys thank you all right. That's a wrap thank you once again to Kaitlin and Jason from punk the burbs fest it was so great to meet Caitlyn and then catch chat with Jason after all these years and I'm so glad they're doing such a great event like this punk. The BURBS for the third year in a row keeps getting bigger and bigger. Obviously we've talked about some of the bands that are playing this year but if you want to view all of them go to facebook dot com forward slash punk the burbs you can also get your tickets at ticket web. It's going to be this Friday this Saturday the twentieth and twenty first in Lisle at base camp pub and eatery. It's a cool venue venue. The Green Day tribute band. I play for called Saint Jimmy. We played there a couple of times and we had a blast each and every time we did so make sure you check that out. I'm going to be there on Saturday. So if you haven't see me please come up and say hey. Let's hang out and eat some pizza because I know base camp has pizza pizza before and from what I remember it's good. I'm almost positive I had it but either way. Let's have a drink. Let's have some pizza and celebrate being alive and listen to some amazing punk rock and skull music. If you like this podcast please go back and listen to previous episodes also hit us up online where on on facebook twitter and instagram all @ pop punk Pizza Pod you can follow me at on air with J. L. Banger radio. You can follow follow both facebook and twitter at Bang Radio. If you're a band you represent a band. 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Jason & Molly

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

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Jason & Molly

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They have kids living in normal beautiful life here in seattle also jason's here with us today jason jason mezin jason and molly mastic are here with me today. You know him as the man for the original switcheroo. Do you just hate when people that's how they know. You can't hear you i a- and you know her as the amazing woman he pulled this move for ten years later. They're happy and better than ever sitting down to tell me about the relationship their lives and their thoughts on the franchise these days you know them. You love them. Please welcome to the podcast jason and molly eland meaning if you remember them from back in the day yeah i know this is actually the well. It was before h._d._t._v. at before h._d. Bachelor t._v. We would allow season where it was like analog really oh interesting if they ever show any kind of playback fuss that's weird. Who's the next season after you jillian yeah. I think she well actually h._d. Either i think the last one interesting yeah thank thank god i lucky that it wasn't a cow like ten years like they're going to be like holograms and you can make out with one of the contestants i was thinking that though because i always hated when people refer to me as like the controversial bachelorette lorette or like the why why i don't know because like i maybe i was just sensitive to it because i was made to feel so much sure why we're controversial. I don't even remember this. Oh oh oh she oh jeez because we're so i gotta go. I'm like just to rally as her headphones. She's fine okay. It's okay no because it was like breath. We talked about having sex. Oh yeah stupid. I know but the but then i wonder i'm like because i got annoyed at always. Bring that up in interviews. I'm like do you guys. Are you so over the switcheroo switcheroo talk. Now people know okay. That's seven it just happened and and becca and so. I feel like you guys got ajay. Thanks for bringing almost happened again with jeff hannah breaking up entire almost working right yeah. It's it's pretty crazy but so you guys just got back from ireland. Yeah like hours ago hours ago just so jet lagged and tired no not we're on ireland time so i was was widely sam and you're seeing that everybody out there drinks till four in the morning like nonstop half irish who the people of my people. That's so fun. Have you been back there before that time. Yeah i love ireland. Where did you guys go. We were well. We we're up in northern ireland of northern ireland. Yeah we're on they film all the game thrown staff so so look literally took eight hours to get from seattle to dublin in another eight hours to get all the way to northern ireland but the funny thing is i went to see all these you were golfing but when i went to see all that game of thrones to watch the show show so personal even when we went to scotland for a couple of days and then back to dublin is go to the cliffs of more no. I think that's on the west coast of carlino that i've been but that's that's in ireland not northern ireland wartime. I think i could be now. You're probably mostly in northern ireland. Yeah which we know is a different country non-trade and you have lived in seattle since the show. I've been here since that. You guys together like tell me like how you ended up in seattle deciding that this is going to be your home well well. I have a kid right right. Okay we date after our finale. We dated long distance. I was in wisconsin at the time we did long distance for like ten months yeah and then i decided to move out here and that was exactly ten years ago really really yep. It was exactly ten years ago. It was like october of twenty nine really okay okay now. We got married february twenty ten yeah how you just got over the long distance since like oh. I remember talking to you about that yeah. It's the worst. It is the worst so you did it for. Do you plan months. Oh and that's not a quick flight flayed either right well. We really lucky at the time that like this is probably like the only benefit we got from being on the show because social media wasn't around writing like milk it milk. It was an airline that like sponsored our flights back and forth to see john yeah a ten pack yeah they're pretty big though easing yeah and the show almost wasn't going to let us do it because at that time no one was getting like deals from being used to it and they wanted to like control. Everything you did are you. Are you happy that you went through it. In the time that you did. Thank god yeah like i didn't even have a facebook account at that appoint right well yes and no i mean yes because of the media around it but like you look how much people like. I don't know the social media world. You guys know it's better than i do. People make filthy filthy money for posting a picture creates dumped so i don't get like i once molly gave me a cell phone that she got samsung. I don't get any of that stuff. I'm like like so wait. We could actually have to do that and have another job and live a happy happy life. There's good and bad bad with. I think like so financially like i think this last month i probably made three times what i would make in a month of working the bank get a corporate banker level. Not the bad bad with that. I think you'll lose to is every aspect of your life. When you go into that show and you get off the show is under a microscope everything thing like we know anything and everything about every contestant right past relationships what happened text messages. That's what i think may it. Instagram graham didn't exist yeah so and i always joke around about this but like i remember going on social media back then and trying to figure out how to communicate people and it was my space. How nice base was bigger than facebook. That's crazy. I remember then all of a sudden facebook. Talk took off my spaces and video or oh. It is justin timberlake bought it. Yeah i think so what's next. What's don't need one more thing like i do ads every once in a while but i actually hate hate doing it. Do you see kate doing it. That's the thing too is some people like <hes> my girlfriend who probably not as whitney from chris's season okay so she she kind of went back to her regular job as a fertility nurse and she was like i'm just not cut out for that world of doing ads and instagram and be like you have to really the question <music> how i like. You guys know this world way better than me one. How long will it lasts for right to but to like. Maybe you think it's going to go away but you've got a million followers. I it's like having a magazine right right so it's not unless the next big thing is doesn't exist yet and you guys have zero in it so you can speak to the marketing. I could speak to the analytics. I think you know you look at like a super bowl ad back in the even today. You spent three million dollars for thirty seconds. One hundred million people watch it. You don't really know the demographic emma graphic you have a good idea of gender and the breakdown but today on instagram you know where the people are following you their engagement what their interests are. You can measure the ads the analytics after ads so i don't think from a fiscal economic sense that form of marketing is ever going in yeah but it's a different platform might be a different class. It's not subjective anymore. Direct analytical don pablo's my but it seems like instagram just keeps growing. I read some and wall street that all big companies now. It's like fortune. Five hundred companies are increasing on average your social media budget by fifty nine percent next year yeah so it's like when you think it's fallen off. It's taken a i remember our night on the bachelor. The finale we were on like thirty years ago was the biggest night i think on twitter history and it was like five thousand tweets yeah it was. There's something new that's now. People don't even use twitter now. I put her school. That's that's why i have a podcast. 'cause i'm like would've instagram like oh and then how long has podcasting going to be a thing but you guys actually inspired me to start a pot gal funny old school. People don't even even realized that. Did you guys have a podcast we were. I listened to jason this morning. What if she remembers member that at least one episode where he's like. I don't even know who this caitlyn girl. I remember that zip it goes. I remember i was like at that time. It wasn't a lot lot of social media stuff either which is crazy like it was there but people didn't. I don't know i feel like i didn't see there was an instagram stories right you know so the wait i tuned into what people were saying about. The season was if they did like an article or your guys podcast and so i remember listening and he so like louis caitlyn. I don't even know who this caitlyn timid. I'm not memorable part of the problem is i really don't watch ever ever since like if people ask me. I'm like i know too much about it. It's really hard for sure and get get through and watch one episode so it's the same thing like like it's not a cbs jab jab at like. I can't watch the show anymore. You're you're bachelorette season. That's we started podcasting right before your bachelor jackson <hes> and that was the last season of the bachelor. I've ever watched really yeah. I just watched the bachelor not watch the bachelorette. Why why am uh-huh. I get more entertainment out of like watching girls be catty with each other right. <hes> you know i've never seen your season jason and jason resnick. I've never seen your season with ana ever seen caitlyn season yeah but the thing is it's also easy to watch. If you chose to watch it. Go back and watch it. It's just like i try. I've never seen paradise either. K. and i tried this season. I'm like i want to try people love it. I watched the first two episodes last one. We have traveled. I'm behind. This is true two hours of t._v. I could never get through this up so it's a week for paradise is just too much. It's a lot but it's it's too. It's one. It's only one hour right no forever. It's a problem we yeah one hour t._v. Shows are a lot let alone two hours. I was wondering that too with you know how you said once you once you've been through. It's like hard to watch it now did you. I don't i don't know if you can even still as it is but i always want to know how much the producers had an influence on you with with the whole ending of your susan a ton. I mean i've talked about anybody. Who's listening to this. I've talked about this blue in the face that just nobody knows who i am anymore. So i would say that so gosh i mean i think even if i went through so much to the story right so i think it even if i went back to like the day when i was picking i remember telling telling them look producers. I was like i like i'm not going to propose to anybody. I just can't do that fleiss. The owner of the show comes down to travel with us. It'd be like that's not how it works dude. He's like bro. It's not going to happen like that. I was like oh so is a person. I didn't think i had a choice. Realistically i probably did yeah i write it was my but i'm like in the middle of zealand ocean or only multimillionaire and i'm not so i like fast forward like i did make that choice propose on my own but like with her i so melissa the other girl and i had dated for a couple of months and i guess i really thought it was clear earlier that we had broken up yeah and i asked the producers on said i said so like now that her and i are broken up i'd love to see molly and i can have a shot right just like who knows those were gonna go right and they said well. You need to do this on camera because we've asked me to be the bachelorette next season. I was like i'm serious. I know so if you do it. You got to do it on camera. I was like this is not good like there's no way this is gonna turn out good for anybody. Eddie involved and they're like if you want it. That's the way we're going to do it so they literally had me. Come out and i guess like when i think about it like melissa sa sh like. I could've handled that a lot better but i thought we were kind of really past that point yeah but we obviously weren't and then for her. I was more that she didn't know she knew you guys were broken broken up. She didn't know that you wanted another chance. I just went and they had the production part of it was they kept on saying. Listen now that we know you're gonna ask molly for a shot she wants. We want her to be our girl but we need. Melissa cry on camera so we need you to like help us deliver her as like somebody that audience can feel sorry for an audience can love so she can be our bachelor. They didn't know she had a boyfriend back home. They actually had me at one point. Call her and say this is between everything and like. Will you like you think you want to be the bachelorette like gosh so the production part of it was really like i guess when you like as a listener in a viewer like you. You're like that person has the choice on their own. They can never they want but when you're there like. I don't know like it's like one. It's like you're one person against a thousand the art director and producers and camera people and you're like whizzing their own one team in like you're alone and like you. I remember by the end of my season. I was just like whatever you want me to do. I'll do it like get me out of here. I don't care yeah. I yeah i mean i just remember one point. They're like we're going to sit here and drink all day until you say i. I love you yeah like all day. That's a long time and they will do that. I sat in a room for six hours. There's once until i said that i fell in love with crystals six hours and by the six hours like oh if i say it we can go done okay. I'll when we we're filming final rose when he was saying. Let's go get a drink tea. Give it a shot in like you go through all the emotions because i'm like we do any wants me back and people gave us a ton of crap for like i think like kissing and at the end of it we sat there for hours and they looked at us and said we will not finish filming until until you guys kiss even harrison harrison with our like we're tired. We've been here for so long. I was like no remember. The original plan was after you said that i'm going to grab a cup of coffee and then like chris stands up and like some somebody one of the producers call down from upstairs and you're like jason you gotta give her a rose and then you have to kiss her. I'm like what you know with all this. That's so great and then you guys got married on t._v. Yeah experiences where i was good to say. Was that a better experience because it rained on like downpour outside on monday on tv. Tell me about that well well. Luckily luckily but like with all the controversy and all the hate that we got from our finale we reported. We're very fully used that against the producers or a good good. They wanted us back. I think on gillians mental and they had to really pony up to get us there really yeah. We were ten years ago money yeah right then for the wedding like they really wanted to do it because there had never been a t._v. Wedding since trista right <hes> and so we had them like they had to do what we wanted. Roles like this cannot be bashful. Cast is not allowed unless they are friends with us and we've met like however they snuck people in a few a rule or something that all bachelor bachelorette so different invited all these weddings very different from our wedding. We were able to control all all oh that's amazing and now did you guys ever watch it back now. Riley riley went through a phase where she saw own show or was it like a section. I think it was the last one it was special. They just don't do it. Any more did any more money it was it was on a work will will they just like our crystalline chris getting married paradise monday to this week this week so he had a small clip back then we actually had because of the bachelor we became friends with the guy who was what was he the show jeff jeff. What was he like. He was a programmer for eighty reheat as he ran all programming on your for a._b._c. and i would text him. I'm like okay so we're kind of negotiating this wedding thing like you have any input and he was like it's. It's all about numbers like it's like the bachelor the bachelor alert inflation those guys would do every wedding it's a._b._c. Who's like oh okay like. Is it worth our dollars or do we put a dolly parton special on eyeballs right right right teeter back dollars before we started the pentatonic christmas special show you know to decide what's going to get more advertising dollars. Viewership has gotten gotten less and less and less. That's that's true and i guess we should say that. Jason has has to leave us in ten minutes already time yeah so we should jason jason. Hi jason and we're trying to flag. I'm scoring. Is it here. I'm sure it is all right you always. I found a new best friend. It's called third love. Actually she's an old best friend. Now i've used i've used her for awhile. I used to get home and rush to take off my bra. I would actually be looking forward to it all day. 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I feel like you've probably weaned out the mean one yeah. That's probably have a lot of support report following. It's pretty rare jason. Everyone on social media but website is pretty rare that i get negative comment on it so yeah. It is really nice yeah. It's i'm just so terrified. I even we get dog. Parents shows you say we get talked about a dog could be anything we don't have the right elise. She's in the water. The water's baddies. I'll eat the wrong food on brains scooper yeah. That's a million followers. You gotta be like like like a little little holiday over the audience. <hes> okay regards prep to do a confession because we gotta get jason's confession before he goes <hes> yes. I forgot what bashar related no. Oh yeah mine was bachelor related good just like a funny story. Oh yeah okay. I gotta i gotta they gotta i remember i think it was the second or first row ceremonial grant again. Pre h._d.'s and see what i was really feeling and i remember one of the mic. My producer account came up to me and this was. I don't know halfway through the night. Yes long nights and he's like <hes> listen. You gotta stop drinking because you we don't know what you're saying. You're you're slurring your all your work and like you just you just don't look good and i was like shit like yeah. Thanks for telling me you know literally ten. I couldn't say less less than ten minutes later. He comes back and he's like check that you gotta keep on drinking. I'm like why he goes. Do you know how many girls you've kissed night like this. He's like we couldn't get you to kiss girls before now yeah so i mean he's going through a lot tonight. Drink buddy keep going like i was really conscious through that experience of not like especially i had you know my son was like three at the time. I don't want to be perceived as i can't drink too much. I got smart about what i say. I'd rather be the smiley fun guy than the wrong. Ask all yeah but i just remember distinctively gone while like should i keep drinking now because that's when you're kissing the girl kiss. There's some girls that it was like oh. Did you want to be doing that really. Did you pretty i yeah i did. I watched it in some sun episodes. We'd watch together because we were we were it was after we filmed are after the final rose in january so we were because the whole season because of everything because i called all the early and they're like we got close set no audience or anything like that. Oh interesting yeah yeah oh so. That's always got thick skin. I don't like the whole bachelor sure thing like you really didn't like driving crazy when we were filming and girls will get so upset about seeing another kiss him and i'm like guys you're on the bachelor signed cut for physical. Let's talk. That's that's. That's how i felt when i was on it. I remember being like when girls were getting all upset. I'm like oh my gosh like. What did you think you were walking weird like having like feelings like early on like a can't i just i have a hard time watching electrical to two weeks into the into this show and you're crying about loving and i'm like i didn't. I didn't even love jason the the entire time with him. Yes surprise kinda like coaxed me into getting to say. I love you did not. I didn't even know him. I knew i liked him datum of them yeah but that's so no real like it's not a lot of people get so caught up in it but you didn't. I don't know how like it <hes>. The producers do such a good job. I want everybody out there. Just take a step step back and you're like it's been two months yeah yeah. Do you like maybe it does work out some of the time but can you really passionately fall in love and cry over somebody in two weeks leaks. No most of the time people walk away from the show and you're like wow. I wasn't actually really even into that person. Oh it's just like the situation where it's a competition. It's competition and so of course you want the guy that everyone is you at a little yes. That's part of it but i think the way i view it in thinking about when i was on the bachelorette i as i remember like the first week unless you go go through an eight weeks eight weeks. Real quick the first week there like let's pretend okay caitlyn's of actually do you like caitlin. You'll like that's why i'm here heels hot yeah and then like we too is like you date caitlin. You'll like yeah last week. She was hot this week dater three. You're like well. Could you dare long-term yeah. I told you that you go through the eighth week. You're like like definitely fall in love with mary and you're talking about. The competition is part of it like especially the rose ceremonies but like if you go through the eight weeks you're like i've been talking about one girl for eight weeks like i can dream about anybody else. I told you for eight weeks and here. I am today right now. So we're there a ton of growing pains through you guys after the show like that you guys are together now and you're out of it. I think just initially like i think initially like they like going back to delake when they ask me like two special episode about switching and all that i just know it's gonna be battling and everybody from like i remember like the show runners to people magazine. Everybody was like that's great. It's great. It's great like don't worry. People are gonna feel for you. They're gonna love for you. In the next day. When people magazine came out and i you just like we became friends with the the the writer for people magazine. She calls up and she's like. I'm so sorry and it was like whoa. What do you mean you guys. Everything's supposed to refine right and it's like betrayal like every news once they realized the public turned on us they also have to say it and it was like oh like i was like that's where like the lesson for me is like you. I knew it yeah. I would have just done it my way. I don't like it probably would have been like. I'm not going to do any special. Melissa and i broke up and all i can say that was my way like that. Just wasn't sexy enough for t._v. To be honest i think that going through that is honestly why we're here like we probably had you propose to me that last night we would have broken up probably aussie take i wanted to say yeah. We should horse back to our regular lives immediately because he wanted nothing to do with being in the public eye so we were able to fire dr phil. That's what it was like. I'm back to normal life and one hundred percent yeah. I think i mean i think everybody always asks us for the advice but i think the people that are married from the show. Let's take i mean you guys may one day the people who go back in like god just get everybody wants to move to l._a. And make some money and like all that stuff. I'm like good luck man like how do you balanced that and just living to know someone because i mean we didn't get to know each other on the show but like just when you meet someone on the show and then come off so that you don't really know them so the right thing to do would be to go back to normal life and try and actually get to know each other and decide if that coury out so. We've talked about this if you the person so you end up with yeah whoever it is you're. How many hours total in two months do you think you spend with that. One person on the show including fantasy suite a a take out the fantasy suite okay three hours. Okay okay so if you throw in the fantasy suite your maybe maybe up into the twenties yes so i would say the same thing so going back after the viewers i'm like could you really fall in love with somebody and thirty five hours thirty hours including your one overnight yeah you could think you're falling in low yeah in your bubble when you're talking about one person but right it's filmed in half the time i suppose for a week all day and trail. That's true do though yeah yes. They can start limiting alcohol now yeah. That's yes so we had is so. I remember when we went back for spinelli and i'm i'm. I'm like i get a glass of wine around this place and you have to like sign. Mike how bullshit back then they would be like okay. I was thinking about the bachelorette. It was like okay. We're gonna run to the store. We're gonna get everybody food and they're like when they weren't really paying attention to what you wanted to eat but they're like. What do you guys want on the liquor list yeah and it it was like yeah. Whatever you guys wanted unlimited unlimited yeah that was. I think thank god it was i was blackout half my season. We had such such as the bachelorette. Oh yeah oh yeah they had a right now. They had to do the same thing with me. Where i had to go do like this rose ceremony and then they're like oh. We've got a problem with kilns. Mike and they took me and they're like you're not making any sense all over again. Okay okay. Do you have to go jason within five minutes because we need to your molly's confession. Oh i have a good one riley's listening a confessions love jason on the seas gorgeous like when like i said i love you. It was the fantasy suite date and i will never forget the producers is keri. Lee is still one of our good. No longer works for the show and she was like jason. Jason doesn't think you like him and so he's actually going to send you home because you haven't told me lovin and so i was like oh shoot. There's some- that that's not fully true but i remember my truth now but now that you're saying that i remember somalis who shows her emotions over. I'm not i'm i'm not always but i remember like us having really good times throughout the process and then like at times i was like i can't even tell if she likes. I remember there like i remember carrie leigh and i'm she's like talked to her. I didn't say i'm going to send you home but i'm like i just can't tell like melissa's like all in that but molly just stone stone-cold somebody awkward like <hes> with the cameras and like well. I'm not emotional anyway though i like that yeah i don't know wait. The other thing is when so i was going to be the bachelorette and then i wasn't and so i watched jillian season knowing knowing that that group of guys would have been my right so i watched the season being like okay. Who would i choose who i talked with and that was like kipton was on that that season michael stylianos really big. My sister is still in love with what she liked. Follows him on. She just told me that like three days ago. I don't know he's married by guys listening. I'm looking for shot number. Grandparent's my money and life savings the fact that he is not listening to my win or come on top rainy top top three and he was one of those dudes who came back to the to the proposal day and tried. I think i think number. He tried to propose to her and she was like yeah go. He's a he's a he's a jewish boy. Oh yeah yeah i saw when i got into real estate six years ago. He's the first person i call your because he's a successful real estate guy in the year and like as i was getting to the business here years ago i was like hey so like the the bachelor help you out or not or sure. This is read yeah. He's in philly right yeah yeah. I'm mailing list which his last name shabazz shalom bro. I got a jewish. I'm half jewish. Yes the gross family mazal tov ah them we'll be back with more off the vine with kaitlyn bristowe. You do it right. Update your home home and stick to your budgets. Lows is here to help with labor day. 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We're going to support their decisions agents or demands a sit down with chris harrison. Oh okay blake hooking up or talking to half the bachelor in paradise cast before going on the show messed up. Really i think so listen you've got some people just have to take the bachelor cameras away from it like you're single person cool. Live your life liberty the show fine i so i did watch the first two years right this season i he he looks really sleazy so he should have been honest about that. He did it but they we know that they wouldn't have let him on the show if he said he did it. I guess it is gone on the show the bottom girls. Maybe maybe don't do that but if you do that then don't go on the show in my opinion what's going to happen. Yeah are still really good buddy. Sorry i'm sorry it wasn't like you blake. The three colon kind of like they were deciding. Yes blake is a good guy at heart. He just made honestly some bad. I do like jason resnick's just jealous. He wants to know what you guys right and he's paying for it through a really tough that sucks and he seems like a good dude at the core admit that he made mistakes us green sleazy but you know <hes> and i know that you guys are you. Don't really watch anymore but you heard. I'm sure that hannah revealed. She had sex in the windmill like four times. Yes <hes> <hes> okay so hannah revealing that her hannah the paradise right so hannah revealed that her and pilot actually did it in the windmill four times not to is that not a big deal or should be. I don't know that that needed to be divulged. I agree like what was the point of saying yeah well. She likes if you're from the midwest or not. I'm just saying like it depends on your own conservative right so if you're liberal like in seattle l. or whatever like no one really okay yeah. I think about bob guiney who lives here in seattle like there were rumors about. He's after before these all these different girls. He's like sweet. He does what don't know that that's something you need to share on national television. Just keep it to yourself right. It was a very like when she did it. I was like oh oh my it was just interesting to see how the public reacted because they say well. You know his pilot pete. I'm all on team pilots and i'd love to see his bachelor but it was interesting to his family kind of celebrate it like my mom would be mortified run and i think i think there's a different dichotomy because she didn't end up engage. If i think of her and jed worked out it would have been looked at through a different light because she didn't. She had her heartbroken. People are like you know what screw it like. Go at like fun. We like pete. We like you but times have changed all right people. He's asked me killing. How do you do it. How do you manage to keep up with the hectic schedule. Find time to plan delicious home cooked meals and i'm gonna let you in on my little secret. I don't have to leave the house. 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The people are listening to podcasts august bachelor fans but like there's a whole bunch if you talked to anybody else who doesn't watch the bachelor. They don't know who we are. They don't care about any of this stuff right and so maybe at the museum at the music festival. It's like whatever ever jed eye yeah. What does he did. You google it over there. Yeah i'm trying to see. I can't find anything but i'm sure if you saw it. I'm sure it's susan this huge world outside of this world. Okay what about tyler from hannah's season of the bachelorette begins dating g._d. Hadeed days after grabbing a drink with hannah why he's single who cares right. Go wants to date you go data. Are they eating now just shows. Does it like once you get out of the bubble like you see a lot more. There's four billion other women out. There based is say say that wells adams walked so tyler could run. It opened the door for bachelor people dating actual celebrity ass so there. I think it's great. Do you think that susquehanna though because she was just like jed didn't work out then she went after tyler and then he's like actually g. g. yeah maybe some celebrity will ask her out. That's what i think. She's going on dancing with stars so exactly she's going still adam. Tanner got into disappear. Someday uh-huh tanner got into a twitter feud with demi after she after what after she is a typo in here forgive me tanner got into a twitter feud with demi after saying that shirt her and her girlfriend went on as planned thing to get engaged do you do we forgive ten or for that or or does he need to just calm down okay. I jason probably has about tanner tavern today morning america with him tanner and jade. Oh yeah yeah yeah. It's it's no different than what jed did to hannah so demi came on paradise already with a girlfriend back home okay and now who's yeah no. She's a girl on paradise. She the one that was kind of bitchy. She just ryan. I think studies show the blonde girl yeah yeah and then now it's like her girlfriend came on the show. She left derek and now they're getting apparently engaged at the end. That's the rumor are. What can i not say together for sure on the show. I'm just assuming are we saying. Is it a big deal that that tanner and demi got in a fight. I mean i love love a good twitter fight right game replay with him. You know i love a good twitter twitter fight okay. Would you can now. Don't even what i can't fight if i could. We please tell the story yeah. Oh this is the best story ever and they'll go okay careful. What you say will be careful what i say yes will get some controversy because i can. I it's okay so we were at this is sean. Catherine lows wedding and again. I'm not like i don't know the reality t._v. World outside of the bachelor. You're <hes> but i do know that we're sitting in the lobby. I love the story. Lisa vander pump walks in she's with sean low on dancing with the stars and molly loves that show oh yes oh molly's like oh my god. I can't believe is lisa vander pablo. I'm so excited. I'm not just ask her for a picture like she's not going to say no. She rejects he he said no and so. I'm like oh my god. I can't believe it like so. I literally without even thinking. I just went on twitter mike o._m._g. Lease vander pump just rejected molly and tagger tiger and so my job molly off. I went out to lunch or something like that. Molly was just taking an app and i come back in mali's like do fuck you started. I was like oh would what do you mean. She's like all of these vander. Pumps fans are pissed off in like her fans are pissed off destroying okay tweet out that that's step one and then turns out we have assigned seats at the wedding and so it is our next to molly jason lisa vander pump breath her husband and their little dog right and so we show up we show up at the and i like oh jesus. Are you fricking. What are the i get down to the seats and and then lisa vanderbilt just looks at me and goes you an asshole write whatever her husband's little dog and goes you earn hassle and the molly looks at me and goes. You are matt us while we're sitting. There was actually a really like it was like molly obviously pushing me to the side and i sat on molly sat next to the minute and of having an awesome awesome night with them like water under the bridge but i was like no frigging way everybody turned on me and i always try to protect my wife as well because on a picture from someone who that is bullshit somebody ultimate flip rate there but molly molly was was a big fan of her show so they spent the whole night just hanging out and having a good time you end up getting a picture tonsberg icebreaker like laserdisc and like if you try to get molly's aligned between her and lisa the whole night you could not break asia ray was sitting next to me at the wedding reception the next morning. She's like bali. You didn't even talk to you yeah so that's actually where we met the first time remember and sal and jeff in home to them end up girls that weren't even invited wedding supermodels yeah six to of course they did and jeff home at a supermodel united. Isn't he like four foot eleven. Oh yes she was way taller than i own my gosh nice. That's so funny. That shouldn't matter but that's funny. We're going to play a game called the last the last so do you have your phone out because you might need to look at it for <hes> for reference rents here. The last text message you sent was probably to me but before that was to you or it was jason because we were driving separately brickley so i told him where to park. That's not that exciting. The last time you guys got too drunk in ireland yeah for sure we went there there for a wedding hose a hangover not good and we had to like get on a plane and travel to scotland day not good. What did you drink the guinness out there yeah ah way better. I know it's weird. I went to a bar that had cold guinness like chill because normally it's kind of temperature. Yeah yeah real quick question. Isn't it a thing in ireland. You're supposed to finish your guinness in like forceps. You're supposed to golfs. I think because i remember obama did it and everyone everyone was like he's just a man culture but you're supposed to take gulps of. It not sips flavors. I could be wrong but i don't know i love guinness do i'm. I'm like i'm just a wind girl and you can't say yeah irish car-bombs right it was actually from like when they the the the pond catholics in northern ireland at war and there were actually people with that would car talk about which is a great drink by the way of that and he got like completely torn apart and thrown out the bars. Yeah i know bad right okay. That's good to know in the last time you guys hung out with people from the bachelor franchise. Ooh good question probably the reunion. Oh when we went to the bathroom reunion exactly what it was that was fun. I literally when i walked in got goosebumps yeah. That's like all of you girls in one room. That'll never happen for the bachelor. I know ever happen because there's so many guys who want nothing to do with your show anymore. There's only two missing from bachelor. I i was on a family vacation. One doesn't have a good relationship with with the franchise but it was. I felt like i think it was in that moment that i realized i was the bachelorette yeah. It's everything's just kind of happened. It was like being in the mansion with all those girls. I was like i was one of the bachelorette. I know it was so there was only a few had i had not met at that point like i had never met andi dorfman. You know rachel. I had never met and i think that was it. I think it was just the two of them that had never met before. Ah but it was fun. It was fun. I was a little nervous going into that. Just being like what is this gonna be like it was. I didn't wanna leave yeah. I was texting with jillian before. I was like okay good luck. There's a lot of really big personalities in one goes out. I was like that is a lot of big personality in one room and like ah it was honestly just so great to see. Everybody and everyone was just like having the best conversations and everyone was like. I don't know just like championing the other person right what oh you do. How can i help but like it was cool yeah. It's a bunch of powerful women in one room. Last time you spoke to chris harrison probably probably when we went back when we went back for our east after the final rose and we saw sent birthday did a birthday video for him yeah yeah yeah the last awkward encounter you've had with a fan oh gosh and well. I think it's more like the other day. We were trying to facetime riley while we were in ireland. Yeah came up to take picture are unwilling. We're talking to our daughter right now. Do it anyway right right like my moment would listen scarred me for life. Never say who wants a photo. I'm trying to think if i've ever said notice. I think i've said no to someone maybe twice in my life. There had to have been a reason like one time. I was in a grocery store and i had had a hair treatment in yeah and i was like i really i was going to news but i said i'd really prefer if i didn't like no. It's okay yeah but i felt really guilty about it like the rest of the day yeah okay and then the last date night you guys went on <hes> the last date night eight. Maybe just like all of ireland because we had no kids. It was our first trip without kids right now. It's actually more concerned. We're going to get really sick of each other by the end of the because we never spend time together belgacem money but we survived. We're good. You're awesome. What is your ideal date night. I just love like happy. Hour yeah makes me so happy. Happy hour makes me the happiest man like i love sitting on a patio sunny outside having a cold glass of wine rain and just the two of us just chilling now having to rush home to get to a babysitter or just like i don't know just like the calm yeah yup yeah. That's that sounds ideal to me. Just a glass of wine on a patio and i don't need to be wined and dined out go to a fancy restaurant. I don't need to get all dressed up just like having in that sense of peace just yeah you can't beat it. I agree. I agree the last t._v. Show you'd binged together while actually on the plane. We both both bench true detective. Oh which i had never seen it was really good. We are really into handmaid's tale so it's we loved belts such a good no stranger things we why that's probably like. I think our favorite show ever watched together as dexter. I'm like obsessed with <hes> like weird that i love like murder. Mysteries allies eight rulers okay perfect night's. Let's nightline drinks and sit and unwashed tail out. Have you ever seen ozark or now. <hes> do agree with us. I think if i could define colona in one word it would be ozarks what the water escaped mexican child money logger. Although the boats situation that's crazy thoughts. Alan stepdad literally bought a boat for one hundred and two grand and for two three years was is forgotten and never got his boat and then he when he reported it that same day twenty people reported the cops went in the news. One in the day reporter was a big ponzi scheme as you know god what the guy did was. He gave him the ball but again the boat damage so of course rob was like you need to go return that boat and they went to return it and he never got back from them and that was part of the plan like give it to him. Damaged insurance has an issue because he actually gave it to then this crazy thing that breaks my heart. Is that awful so it is like those are two second. Rob went like rob went to his door and rob onto his door. The guy came out in drops it from a distance like fifty yards away. There's this dude that was like he said looked like a hells angel angel almost six foot nine monster and he's like i better just get out of here. The police station and that place got shut down in albert. I don't know what's going to happen to that guy but that boat is now in victoria somewhere. Oh my gosh vote. They don't know where the boat is crazy. I know and i'm like i'm like i'm not going to get murdered young. No no it's fascinating hells angels wait. I love you support everything they do things. Do don't think you're getting out of control to me. I feel like i have i know i i feel like we're going to listen to this big wow she does not like him. She said she didn't show she was worried. They were gonna get sick. We saw the other trip how old mary cup. That's years ten years as crazy is crazy like i don't really even remember being on t._v. Yeah so well even me. I don't remember a a lot of blackout half the time but but like even for me just that experience is kind of a whole blacked out almost yeah it's weird to. I think we did it to you. Know sometimes people randomly are like oh. How did you guys meet and they don't know i'm right here. We go. I'm like oh. We just do friends like i in the same way yeah because that's like when people ask me on a plane. Oh so what do you do. I'm like i don't want it took every time i crossed the border because i've <hes> entertainment visa and i live in nashville so they're like oh you country singer. I'm like trying to be except so if i noticed one time somebody from canada is he is a singer and he lives in nashville and the border made improve it yeah it's on the border. What would you say if they if i'm struggling artists right and one of my own songs there you go yeah original gash on the shoulder the super embarrassing or now it's funny. The show is so different now than when we were on lake aside from our finale. There was no drama like no drama. Rama one got along yes. It was something that happened on the no. I honestly cannot think of one crazy crazy dramatic moment on our season yeah it was it was just it was the simple life then it was just people going on the show to fall in love or you know like no one was going on to be famous miss or become like it wasn't like that. You didn't either our season. We didn't have any drought. Even jordan there was great. We loved them yeah but that was he was. It was dramatic. I guess i don't know they're no. We didn't have anyone crazy on our season with a single how shoygu hennessy's was not yeah. Paradise paradise is crazy like something on the beat a real real orden drop that dude. I feel orange dropped during the scrabble this manning any ball utilities. He's got it all this. This season paradise is i don't know it's i'm into it. I just have such a hard like when we were back for r._a.'s after the final rose all of the girls from his season they were there and the audience right to like they always have people come back right and so after the show i was so excited to me because i watched that season so i was so excited to go up and meet these girls and just like oh my gosh that's so they treated me like dirt. Oh i oh god. I don't have to name name yeah. I mean look the girls that were there for his his. After the final rose. They looked at me like i was just a nobody and i'm sitting there like guys as we were on the same family together like why do you think you're better than me assist stand when people get off the show oh and the n._f._l. I've been there before shame me. I hope not but just think they're like like a list like their unstop like no. We were on a reality show. That's it why not we're not actors and musicians. We're not that cool next year. There's going to be a new person. There's going to be the new jason at a new molly caitlyn new hannah. It's it's how it goes yeah and if you can't keep that in check it's going to be just such a mental fall off because it it's just new people every year. We're just one piece in the puzzle. You can't be humble through that or like no where you came from. It's gonna be a tough tough journey for you know. That's why it's so hard to watch the show now and like i bet just like it's just changed so mine how much it really is not. I don't think about love at all anymore. No it's all about going on instagram and making money fine okay. That's your tent but that's not lots wasn't the show i went on and that's shows in your relationship. I'd i just every year just keeps it's funny like with colton season and hannah g went on. She was already instagram fame right for she went on saying well. Tyler was a big time. It was like a really successful model the flash oh yeah yeah yeah we know he's now dating okay. Well is it. Is there anything that we missed that you he wanted to talk about. Oh no i mean it's funny that you even wanna talk like were shot far removed from it cool yeah you are. I love you. Lies live our normal normal. Life were just parents and sports and kids and that's what i can't have. The bad is what it's all about and that's you guys. They're they're just so cute and funny and fun near good time. Well thank you so on the radio every morning. I am radio yet right. I love yeah. I love it. It doesn't so i guess technically i got a job out of going on the bachelor the bachelor i never would have gone this radio job right but i i don't identify myself as molly from the bachelor no molly from kiss f._m. Right you know like and that's how people in town know me and sometimes they know it was on the bachelor and sometimes they don't write also. It's fun but like tie. He's fourteen. Now and people are always like so. Does he get it to see no has he. What he is not wash season hasn't okay. He want a couple of years ago. He asked fast and he will actually if i'm watching the basho. He'll sit down with me and washer it because he thinks he's kinda sleeping or use it like the girls oh he'll love in his photography project last year. They had to do a thing like what's your name. Where do you live and like what's a fun fact in his fun. The fact is always. I was on the bachelor so funny. I think about that like i'm like our kids are they. Gonna go on google. Read these crazy c._b._s. Stories about us and like member that one the dry humping story yeah. We're screwed. We're gonna have to happen too so that stuff gets buried. Bear might be buried by the time we have kids though oh boy well by the time they know what good is it all out there. Eh that all the time like gosh. My kids are going to google. Well our drivers here to go. Oh to the airport and catch a flight but i mean it's so fun. I love doing podcasts like this. Sometimes because i'm like it's we i'm getting work done and also get to catch up and yeah i know it is great and although we didn't have wine or coffee we had a good time by having of course as we listen to on the radio. Is it just seattle. It's just seattle. You can listen on the iheartradio app. Okay yeah jason as a real estate business. Yes you need house seattle. Yeah yeah real estate. Market is flying. I love it okay. I'm kaitlyn bristowe. I'll see you next tuesday sponsors for this week's off. The vine are honey. Get honey for free at join honey dot com slash vine third love go to third love dot com slash fine to now find your perfect fitting bra and blue apron. Get sixty dollars off. When you visit blue apron dot com slash off the vine thanks for listening to off the vine with kaitlyn bristowe. 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A Very Special Guest For Our 100th Episode.

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A Very Special Guest For Our 100th Episode.

"How did you discover the go beyond disruption podcast? I get maybe ten fifteen news from various sources across the cost of a week and maybe one of those are one story one of those views. I founded the CGI. One is useful. And I found some of the stories and articles in there. We're actually transmit through a podcast and I listen to podcasts. So I thought right. There's something for me to sign up to Bokan to episode one hundred go beyond disruption podcast. Kyle Hannan and usually I'd be based in the CPA office in the heart of London's financial district but for one reason or another. I'm not and that is for reasons that have been in the news a lot. In this era of the corona virus we are recording this as episode. One hundred comes up on our council here at the podcast. We have been making these podcasts. Since June twenty eighteen dozens and dozens of interviews with subject matter experts talking about blockchain abouts official intelligence about cryptocurrency about all the sorts of things that are on the radar of accounting and finance professionals around the world. We listened to over one hundred. Sixty countries downloaded almost one hundred thousand times. The one thing we have not done is talked to someone like our next guest upset hundred. I thought what we do is talk to a podcast lister. And that's exactly why I'm sitting down. Virtually with Jason Jason Urine leads so instead of talking about technology instead of talking about accounting instead of talking about finance. I'm going to ask you to kick us off. Episode one hundred by being a tour guide leads in thirty seconds. Go sure so for most people. Most people see the. Uk's the big triangle on Master Spans. What he's actually. Scotland down to the southern of England. Levi's roughly in the middle of that land mass Within the English part. So we're in some of the of its of the country's we've got lovely countryside around is to the North but we've actually got quite a strong financial and legal and public sector district's both within the center and so of the outskirt outskirts. We've also got a quite a strong shopping center we've got Harvey Nichols who and we've got quite a strong consumer industry under Level Council. That is focused on both the economy and public services. So I would say lead is is one of the thriving second thriving trying to be a second capital of the country of of the UK along with obviously Manchester and Birmingham Liverpool. And what counties attend would people have heard of anything that leads to its county is is known full taps in history or in terms of food yet. Well hopefully most people would have heard of Yorkshire which is one of the largest counties in the in the country. I think my job is not that great but I think he's around that and certainly your quotes one of the capitals of the country during some of the Viking era so you might have known of that from some of your history from some of the people where actually the country's in mouse was turned the other way round in Scotland was at the bottom. I think in terms of food. We'RE NOT. We're not not the most healthiest of foods. But the things like the classic English fish and chips which is very very classical payer and various pastors. Of course. I would like to think we've got into a more modern era. I think we've got a company called Greg's which do some Vegan pasta products which are particularly delicacy. That I enjoy what I'm going to push out into something a bit less healthy than the solid. I might usually have well just by amazing coincidence. I do happen to have one of those past waiting for me when I wrap this interview up so and we had not planned this at all absolute coincidence but you did start talking about yourself. So let's do that. Tell us about you Jason Snowden. Where do you work not do so? I work in the UK government as well as a management accountant dealing with a lot of finance and expenditure data intensive management reporting. I'm also a stock position in the UK last one of the analytical groupings imperfections that we have so. I am double badged in that sense. So I deal with a lot of other statistics to do with various aspects of the English government's work and a lot of that involves working with a lot of outside bodies the UK government much like many economies particularly in the In the West is very devolved situation. So many of the actual operational arms of government era arms length bodies that we need to deal with all the might be private sector bodies that we need to deal with as well so my role as much as it is about with dealing with data and dealing with numbers is also about dealing with stakeholders to be able to get the right information from those numbers to the senior officials and ministers that we deal with. So you aren't accountants. What distinguishes you from Management Accountant. What does a statistician actually do? Day to day I think there there is quite a large overlap. So a lot of the management accountant side of the accounting sphere. If if you think of the those down to certify professionals at might be in practice the management accountant side is very similar to a lot of the UK. Statistician other analysts in the law of the workers are communicating the numbers bail to put them across in a concise way for non-specialist nontechnical audiences very very educated on his but for the non-specialised bill to understand and be able to glean those key messages. For maybe ten fifteen minute meeting where they have to go make a ministerial decision about what to do about something obviously as imagine the UK government happening now to do with various krona viruses at corona virus incident. Sir Happening I think what the slight distinctions as a statistician as analysts is that we do have quite heavy focus on different analytical techniques as well as understanding the data behind it so an account will be very good at but also explain delays tie if arrest the latest technical aspects of accounting practice. I think analysts bring the extra of not only understanding the day to be that also there aspect of health care for example but also understanding how to communicate regression analysis correlations So I think that's where I draw the distinction and someone who is not a finance professional. It's very nice to hear someone break things down in way that I can understand but when I'm now going to do is switch things around and talk about you from my perspective from the perspective of podcast of this podcast how did you discover the Gobi. Destruction podcast I got it through the newsletter so I as part of being a member of similar and various other news Do Subscribe to that. I find that like many things that I get. Maybe ten to fifteen news is from various sources across the cost of a week and maybe one of those one story in one of those of us. I founded the CG. One is is very useful. And I found some of the some of the stories articles in there were actually transmitted through a podcast. I listen to loss of PODCASTS. So I thought right. There's something for me to sign up to listen to it now for for a good year and I found a really good very source of information from some of the more technical aspects of accounting and and the pressure but also some more of the practically kibble aspects such as to do with networking as the remote working for example. You said you. Listen to lots of PODCASTS. What what do you like about podcasts? Why are they such a useful thing because you sound like a really busy person? Yeah absolutely and it is the very key aspect is the fact that you can do something else whilst listening to a podcast first attracted me to it. I would say I listen to a podcast. While I'm doing some stretching. After after exercise Jim allows doing housework and also I think I listen to a lot of science podcast and I found that document TV documentaries. They often interspersed having somebody. Sit talking screen to lots of wish. Buying type of graphics really don't convey much and actually just listening to an audio podcasts. In those kind of technical discussions you get more from it and you can engage with them a lot more easily. So what are the topics that engage you? The most sciences is a big goal for me. I think science of the wide range of fields. So obviously we total. You've talked about on this podcast about a machine leaning when that was a nascent field though something that was talked about those podcast you get a wide range of of information just from those kind of podcast Bro. So I like podcast like this that. Give me something about managerial work in about something. I can apply my daily work and they're very BBC radio broadcasts. Dare I say that our own business or on day to day work on political issues as well which I think is anybody in a relatively Lee high leadership position in the profession. You do need to be able to aware of not. Just what's going on your industry but in the wider economy and the wider world. And you sound like someone with a wide range of interests. So I'm sure that the May be many different careers you could've explored. What brought you into counting house. That journey bean. That's an interesting one. So yes when I when I I did my first degree which anthem few modules gave me the exemptions from seamen. I eventually went on to you. I did say my career's talk originally. I don't want to be an accountant. I think that that stemmed probably from a misconception. As to what the council was so I had very sort of turned around in different careers in various retail management positions which are not very counting lead. Both what I think brought me to the mother got to those managerial positions. It was the numbers and the data and recognizing the importance of good data. Also than the actual real key difference. You can make if you can communicate what that data says in a good way you can really make a difference both to the immediate team to a wind a business or as acting in hopefully in my government work to the wider economy. So You Sydney sold. There were opportunities ahead. That Pepsi may not have been aware of from the outside and said he really started looking into accounting. Which I suppose makes a lot of sense but it's a it's a changing profession and it's one that I think certainly from our perspective. We here has a lot of new potential head of it. Perhaps people working as business partners. Perhaps people understanding how to be more technical. What are the biggest opportunities? Ucla head for professionals. Like you right now in the twenty twenty. Yes so looking. At this year I think where potentially in coin pivotal year as we see the use of various techniques and very new software so as a new electrical software that we use to sit with some of the other more statistical things starter that we've used in the past and I think that presents with quite a good opportunity for two key aspects. One further drives the automation in the in the business so front small. So in those data collection data reporting areas of were both in public and private sexual see more and more automation. We've seen that already with the use of basic vida macro in excel. I think going to drive more but I think the other flipside advisor ourselves as professionals will have to lean more into that communication and understanding of the data because ultimately. I'm not sure that we'll be necessarily getting lots of better data from it. It'll be different data and we will still need to have that layer of interpretation understanding of the data to be able to communicate effectively with those people who need to use it so with every opportunity comes a bit of a challenge. What are the challenges that you think we need to make sure our very firmly on our radar as well? I think the key challenges. Some of this is to not get carried away. I think there are a lot of great opportunities. And certainly if somebody works in government and the scene the rise of and use of a an google took predict flu pandemics etc All the Rockies Ray of light may be grace as it wasn't the path but certainly the rising Vazza to some extent of the mainstream professions on the hop when we recognize and the sort of release of dusty tables of data. Not What people need. And I think we've certainly made that change. I think that the challenge and the thing we need to watch out for is not to jump onto another bandwagon is all learning all these new software without any real understanding as to how are we going to use it and how to mainstream into our work. We as as professionals know very well. She'll pretty much. Every person listening to this podcast will be very adept excel and they will know that if you sit next cell spreadsheet to certain aspects of their customers they will not be able to use. It will think using something like our one of these new programs. You'RE NOT GONNA be able to send a file from the into this being able to know how we can make sure we can manage the use of these techniques and these tools across the business I think will be a challenge and not thinking all of our investment of time into then realize actually it becomes very silent and we count on us then to communicate coastal. I think that's a key thing to watch out for. So how do you keep on? Top of the changes in the Profession Environment. Perhaps not as as a finance and accounting professional exclusively. But as a busy professional. I mean you've got all this stuff coming at you we know here in the UK for example. We've we've just been going into a first months after leaving the USA post Brexit. So we've got the corona virus. You've got so much stuff coming at you. How do you as a professional step away from all these new tools these Chinese shiny things and and find a way of just getting through the day? This is where I think at bringing a phrase that that one of my previous managers gave me which was Anson elephants so this is a way to sort of look at. What's coming at you what you want to do in a day into two two ways one? You've got lots of little things you ought to do. Lots of the ends. And you could spend a lot of your time dealing with those little request for clarification those little things that you want to put into your calendar. Maybe that little bit of tidying of a particular email or drafting the sending out and you can have squash vans and spend all morning on that and then realizing the afternoon after your lunch break perhaps actually the big elephant the big piece of worthy do maybe a project maybe just setting out clear agenda for a really important meeting in the following week. You haven't actually got to so I think prioritization is absolutely key and I think that's GonNa come from understanding what you wanted to live. And what you want to achieve as much as a is listening to all those things coming into you. What about that? Networking that you talked about earlier. You said it's very important to engage with people so when you are engaging with your own Pairs. Tell us about the other topics the other subject of conversation at the moment. What are people talking about right? Now you go to networking events. What do people focusing on at the minute certainly within the UK government across both finance a novel of data professionals? If I can use that phrase. It's about transparency so transparency and being able to get the information out not just to the people in senior positions in government and as officials but also to the public to people so that we can get the message across. But one thing I would say when it comes to networking I would say this is where as busy people. We can often be very much of a mind to say right this thirty minute meeting. It's going to be thirty minutes of absolutely focused work. Talk and I think is important to prioritize getting something out of a meeting a not having meetings just little chats but I would say that part of networking impove engaging particularly for finance professionals with the finest fresh all non professionals. It's about engaging with people and understanding where they come from and being able to cross that barrier so you talked earlier about multi site working that can often lead to a lack of those kind of little Charleston discussions. How understand the kind of pressure or the people feeling and the kind of other areas of work that they're working on that? Then how can we engage with them? We can understand their perspectives. We all know being able to get through and good negotiation where we can get a good outcome where everyone is agreed by under understanding where people are coming from so understanding some more about the other work and the other things going on Dell is important as much as focusing just on the outcome of the meeting the Ear Inn Howard. He sends a purpose. Focusing on. Your objective is very difficult. I suppose to avoid distraction from all of these technologies that promise so much new efficiencies so much more productivity essentially. You've got to step back and evaluate. Haven't you and say well am. I actually becoming more productive. Am I actually becoming more effective? And that takes us back to the technology that we use the podcast which APP to listen on. How do you listen to your podcasts? I listened to a an APP called podcast republic and some android phone. I'm not sure if they do things for IOS further devices. People may still have what I would say is key about that. It does some great functionality. Very easily and hopefully finance professionals can identify these particularly things that can ruin the background where you don't have to do anything. He'll update the castle download. The podcast play things at ten percent fast. So you something about slow as it were today against what I usually make. Forget through things a bit. Okay let me prioritize what I really want to listen to skip through things were. Perhaps there's a couple of sections props not not directly relevant. And so that's where I used and I also use a wireless I find. That's a really really great benefit because it means I'm not to mess around plugging things in his act on. Something by completing a wireless headset. Click a COUPLA buttons. I'm back to our side. I think it's a really great way to listen. And the lovely thing is almost to a podcast absolutely free just like this one. Which is good is talking of. Which do you have a favorite episode of the go beyond disruption podcast. I do I do an an and I I forgive me. I neglected to check exactly which was in a before speaking to you but there was one that was particularly multi working. I I would love to have more on that. I think it's something that I really use a lot because I lost my staff and even more so as got different. Contractors are offsite and if they're not there how do you make sure you still got that engagement? How do you still make sure you're still getting that productive output? And how do you make sure you still building that relationship and does come to using tool so I find for example instant messaging is a really good way to have snappy show compensations that kind of mirror the kind of? Hi How you doing? How was the weekend type job as well as the heavy email that we both got a? You'RE GONNA reply so I don't have to. You can really be a lot more productivity use different till so. I found those our conversation with a lady that you had about that that was really really useful. We didn't plan for this in advance. Because I genuinely did not know that you would choose that episode but as you were speaking I was typing and I can say that that episode remote. Cfo's becoming a virtual leaders Robin theme episode nine. Hundred podcast I was kind of hoping you would say that. Episode one hundred with our guest. Jason Snowden would be your favorite but I suppose we'll have to wait until it actually comes but Jason Really. I think it's a great privilege to actually talk to one of our listeners. There's nothing better than being able to actually sit down and hey from the people that hey from us every week you've been a great guest. Thank you I think you need to go and do some well-deserved boasting go tell your friends. Your family and I will make sure that if there is one thing that we remember about you. It's the aunts and elephants or perhaps something else if people have to think about okay. We heard that interview with Jason Snowden. Apart from the anti elephants have have you got a particular motto or theme or a slogan which you're GonNa be using for your twenty twenty one thing that I've thought of a while is that sometimes I see or hear people use the phrase quick question and they don't really mean that what they really mean. Is They want a quick answer and I always say there are no quick answers less. Spend a few minutes and get through this going to be more complicated than you think so. 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#216 - Own Your Weird with Jason Zook

Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs

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#216 - Own Your Weird with Jason Zook

"I'm Emily Thompson and I'm Kathleen Shannon and this is being box in this episode of being boss. We're talking about the tangle of work and identity the things you learn from sticking to your entrepreneurial Tornado Path and owning your weird with our boss Boyfriend Jason Jason is a serial entrepreneur who has made millions through various weird methods leads from wearing t shirts auctioning off his last name to selling his future and building online courses and software platforms. He's also author of a new book called own your weird. Jason has been a guest here on being boss a couple of times so if you want to hear those two at checkout episodes thirty eight and one forty one as always you can find all the tools books and links we reference on the show notes at www dot being boss dot club whether you're building up your side hustle or working for yourself fulltime. You'll quickly learned that as a creative entrepreneur the work you do isn't always well creatives. Let's brush books cloud accounting here. Towel I personally use and love fresh but Scott Accounting. It's easy and intuitive but robust enough to keep me organized. He's they have automated systems that track my expenses and invoice my clients so I get paid faster without the headache chasing down payment. Fresh books is the number one accounting software in the cloud designed to make billing painless for small businesses and their teeth today over ten million small businesses used fresh books effortlessly fruitlessly send professional looking invoices Organiz expenses and track their billable time. Try fresh cloud accounting for free by going to fresh books dot com slash flash being vast and inter being boss in the how did you hear about US section all right bosses you may or may not have noticed. We've only been putting out an episode once a month this year and it's just been men emily here chatting with each other but today we have a very special guest our boss. Boyfriend Jason's Cook who she's like insert claps seven seven people clapping quietly snapping well side tangent here David and I had a conversation the car reasonably well listening to one of the great songs featuring Littlejohn Little John John Nice bows and we talked fun it would be if we had him on the show and then we got some soundbites so that we can have him going what yeah occasionally. Oh Oh yeah or I've always wanted a soundboard. I think we need to being bossed soundboard. That would be really fun. Well speaking of soundboard. I just got a slack notification patient from you. Jason that you're going on some radio shows. I feel like those are full sound port. Jason tells trip to burn burn. There's no reason to have air horns there. Why do we have airports and because radio. That's why because that had not been pushing a long time very very dusty buttons dusty buttons over the radio station so radio. You're going on radio to promote your book. I've done this before you know. It's one of those things you ladies snow this to like it. As much as you don't WanNa do some of the things you do want to do as much as you can right like you. Don't look back and go. I spent all this time writing a book. Doing whatever and you just don't do one thing. That's GonNa take one day of your time like there are many things I'm not going to do but a radio. Tour is super easy. It's like three to five minutes. You talked all the deejays around the country. Zero Radio shows to promote our book and I wish that I could say it's because we're too cool for radio L. Yeah we just didn't get invited. I'm just going to have fun with it like I've done one of these before literally ten years ago. I did one of these for my Irish our project and I remember at that I time I mean I. I was so excited because I actually thought it was going to matter and I realized it didn't and I know that it's not really going to matter this time but I'm just taking it with a grain of salt and just being like okay. How can I make this fun. You know what I'm just going to be. How's IT GOING IN CINCINNATI. I'M GONNA pretend to be the radio poster. Do something weird so I gotTa make it fun. You know and that's what we expect you to do. We're here on being bused. Today is to just pretend like you are also one of the bosses here right now. We WanNa make fine. soundboard noises are welcome. Welcome okay okay. Yes I will be the little John soundboard. That's you're welcome. Okay so speaking of I wear your shirt days. I feel like that's whenever you kind of became a big deal. The big deal that you are now with starting with I where your shirt so tell us a little bit about that in just a little bit about who you are for our listeners who haven't been around for a few years and haven't heard one of your multiple being boss episodes yeah. I'll I'll call it going from no deal at all to a small deal. How about that because I don't want to say that I'm a big deal and I still. I honestly don't think that at all because I think people who are big doc deals like they kind of you. Carry that weight and you also feel a gift to live up to that constantly and I kind of lived that a little bit but anyway I think we'll talk more about that towards the end. We've discussed this but I started this project diarrhea shirt in two thousand nine. The idea was I wanted to get paid to wear a different companies t shirt every day and promote them on social media now now for everyone listening this now it sounds they're like okay yeah. It's fine. That's Instagram influencers. That's youtubers. That's all this up. This is ten years ago like twitter was a baby facebook was just opening up from being college. Only like Youtube was not really very active so I was I will give myself credit very ahead of the curve on this but I also had no clue Lou what I was doing but the idea was unique. I mean it was this where t shirt everyday promote companies on social media create content. We all know that now but this wasn't a thing and so when did it. It was really novel. It was also right after the recession so I did this pricing scheme where it was one dollar on the first day two dollars in the second day three dollars on the third day so the whole calendar year there was for sale and it was just a way that I wanted to help tell stories of companies that probably didn't get much lower didn't much advertising and just try and make money in a weird way just do something that wasn't the normal. I was a designer so like sitting at a desk punching my keyboard movie my mouse. It's still ended up doing for the most part but it just felt really unique and interesting to me and that was really what excited me and and I found that that was kind of the big deal for me was holy. Shit I can come up with an idea and I can just do it and then I can make money people can find it and I was so inspired by the million dollar homepage which was like even five years before that so that was like crazy early on and that was my start I did that for five years made over a million dollars with that business. I ended up over one hundred thousand dollars in debt. It didn't go well. I had to fire a bunch of employees. I tried to grow in the startup kind of mindset because I thought I had to keep up but I worked with over sixteen hundred brands ten of which were in the fortune one hundred uh-huh randomly got a check for twenty five thousand dollars in the mail and didn't even know who was from like weird stuff was starting to happen in that time of my life but I also ended up being super depressed by the the end of IT super burnt out. I couldn't touch a video camera for five years because I just did it so much and I learned a ton of lessons but it was fun. It was it's it's so easy to look back on now but at the time it was really and then I feel like whenever I met you. Your last name was surfer up yes so I think we got connected around that time. So in two thousand twelve legit thought that your last name was just serve well. I mean it was technically yeah but like for all all times you'd be. It seems like it right like it seems like a Norwegian or Swedish name like. Oh yes certified APP. Just like it makes sense. <hes> no. I so so I did this. I reassured project in through that had sponsored road trips sponsor fitness challenge like I just started doing like fully sponsored life pretty much and it was fun like I really did enjoy it. Had Me do all these cool things but one not cool I happened was my mom ended up going through a divorce and it was my third last name at the time had been adopted a couple of times before that and so I didn't didn't feel like my identity was shaped by name like so many people so many people had the same name like their entire lives or they get married and like that's the only other name change so for me. I had three renames stuck with this name with the situation. I didn't like and I just remember going. What if I just sold my last name like. I don't know what I want my last name to be but I've done all this sponsor like. What if I had a sponsored sponsored last name so I put an auction sold my last name I thought it was GonNa make like five thousand bucks like I would have been super happy with that ended up making forty five thousand dollars the first first year and then fifty thousand dollars a second year when it became surfer APP so he literally made one hundred thousand dollars pimping my last name for two years and then my last name now is my great grandfather's last name who was an entrepreneur himself and I'm kind of carrying his legacy Ford which is cool so I had like six last names all with a bunch of weird different stories and but I just feel like my identity was shaped in those years online and and through these weird projects these weird things is really like I've become like really who I am like one hundred percent me and it feels awesome to have done that through all these crazy projects people like what you did soldier last name you sold t shirts like Super Weird so you've started making a name for yourself off almost literally like that. Dom soundboard doing weird things things but even that was several years ago. What have you been up to. Since then. How have you continued bringing this really unique view on how it is that you show up especially on the Internet net to provide value and make money like how has that shaped to what you've done. Since then I mean we could do like hours upon probably all the things things that I've done since two thousand thirteen but the very quick version of it is I wrote my first book and I didn't WanNa. Do it and you like anybody else. Obviously sleep. People probably already understand that. That's not going to happen so I got sponsors for every single page of the book the bottom of every page. There's just like a little one hundred forty character message. It's not obtrusive in fact most of the companies just wrote like we wanted to support Jason and his projects in like supergirl so my first book made me seventy five thousand dollars before I wrote a single word of it which was awesome because I was afraid to write the book. I had no idea what I was going to write but I wrote that book and then I just wanted something easy. After that like I done all these weird big. Projects takes so much energy. It takes a lot like just explain to people so I started dabbling in online courses and now two thousand nineteen is we're recording. This of course is everywhere like we all get it but it's funny like you go to the grocery store like we're not at the place where everyone's mom knows what they are right like. If you were just ask somebody to do online courses. They'd be like what like I don't. I don't know what you're talking about but in two thousand thirteen I was just starting to see some people doing this kind of like in our entrepreneurial Circle House like Oh. This seems a lot easier than the crazy stuff I've been doing and so I started at created needed a couple of courses some of my own some with our other being boss Boyfriend Paul Jarvis and and that was good that was much easier money for the time spent in the work going into it and I liked it. I like teaching. I like doing my own way but it kind of felt just like I don't like anyone could do it and I felt like I was falling other people's plans so I cobbled together. There are a couple of different like little software projects. I made my own online course platform because I couldn't find one that I liked so I had a software. APP called SAS APP for everybody in the Biz and and I ended up with like eight different projects between courses and software and then I decided okay I'm ready to do something weird again and I sold my future so t-shirts I sold my last name sponsors in a book and then eventually ended up with this by my future idea where I packaged all of my things up my work things and and put them together and like one kind of weird bundle if you will and said anyone could buy this for a thousand dollars and then you get everything I make in the future at no cost so not all and and one Kathleen Shannon literally bought it while we were recording an episode of this podcast. I remember which was Super Fun. I had no idea you were going to do that. It wasn't by my future. As more more of like is trying to just buy your friendship and one hundred percent will answer all of your emails of your tax all of your slack messages other people ignore them they. I didn't pay a thousand dollars. Why would I talked to him but yeah that project was really fun and that was kind of my way back in from the normal maybe traditional entrepreneurial stuff stuff and man that really little fire under me again to just like do more weird things put more stuff out there that's different and so that evolved from by my future which sold one hundred seventy eight spots which this is my first ever quote unquote six-figure launch had never done anything like that and they didn't even intend to that just kind of like happened because I think the idea was so unique and there was so much value in it and then that moved to buy our future so my wife and I combined she had some courses and things and then that last year transition into business we have called wandering aimlessly which is a membership community and then. I had a couple of different software projects actually sold most of those off. I'd just have now just wandering aimlessly just have this new book and the now we're actually starting to dabble in little stuff like squarespace templates and like just trying to balance out the bigger projects that are harder to explain the weird projects with like hey we just WanNa make some cash cash this month. You know like anybody else nice to make a couple of extra thousand dollars with not having to do a whole bunch of extra promotion sales and all this other stuff so that's kind of like the I don't know if that was medium long winded version of the stuff. I've been doing for the past couple of years. I've got some questions so sure all answering you pay on my very successful podcast. I've question burnt out because this is something I have been talking about. Put in our newsletter. If you subscribe to our newsletter lists you got an email a very candid honest emailed that emily was even a little bit nervous to hit send on all all about our experience of burnout which happened to us really right after our book was published and it was just that like height height inner success success a hint the success without Sunday. XXX success to some sexy success anyway anyway it. It led to this burnout that almost has me a little gun shy to be honest and we're both just now crawling out of it. After a years worth of work. I got shingles around the same time that your wife got shingles and you know just like the burnout. It's real and if you get shingles. You know that it's real right if you get to where you can't really crawl out of bed. It's real if you're crying. Every day. It's real the burnout is real so I guess my questions are one how did other than the five years of time that it took to kind of shake off some of that burnout. Is there anything that you did to kind. I get past that and is there anything. Are you ever afraid of hitting that amount of success again because you feel like it's inevitable that with the highs there will be a low yeah. It's a good question I mean. The irony here is that as much as we all feel like we're all going through burnout and it's you know oh man. I can't believe like Kim leave. I'm going through burn burnout and then you send that email and you're super hesitant and then you get like a hundred replies of people that are like I with Brunell last year I had shingles. It's just like then everyone comes out of the woodworks and I think part of it. Is that emily where you had hesitation of hitting send on that email. Most people just won't hit send. They won't have published. It won't do anything. They won't even admit that it happened because a lot of this is what really burned earn me out with Irish shirt. which is we feel like? We have to show up online as perfect people all the time even if we're saying Oh but like I'm unique and I'm real. I only show up open do these things but it's still like a really nice looking photo. It's still a really thoughtful written caption like you're not just laying in bed taking phone like scribbling out some words and and I think the constant creative energy that we're having to put in to our work and put out into the world to represent who we are to me. I think that's the number one cause of burnout for the people in our our space and in our bubble and I don't think there's really any advice that anyone can give because I feel like in in my wife and I talk about this all the time like it's the hot stove stove moment so it's like for Emily. It's different for Kathleen. It's different for me. It's different and you have to get to that point to where your hand is getting so closely like I feel like unconscious and he just like you. Burn your hand and you go okay now. This has to heal now. How long does that take to heal for some people. It's years for some people. It's months for some people bowl and may never heal and you may never come back to doing whatever you were doing and. I just don't know that there's any way to avoid it and I think the reason is because this time that we we live in like all of us that are listening post as you guys making this podcast. We have not experienced this long enough to understand the repercussions of the things that we do and there's is not enough data. There's not enough time. There's not enough that goes into. It and it's like we all know by this point. Cigarettes are terrible for you. So if you're going to smoke a cigarette you just know hey. I'm I'm I'm doing. This is going to be bad for me but we have no idea like how much time we spend on social. Media is like the effects of cigarette for you if you scroll through social media for an hour is that as bad smoking a pack of cigarettes for your mental health. No one knows like we just don't have the data but I think all of us having these things happen these burnout moments. I think it's showing us that we just don't know how to directly. Correlate it because there's not necessarily a physical act that we're going. I'm doing acts on feeling why these there's some type of congruency here. You're in another part of this. burnout thing is like. I don't know part of it. Is We all have big dreams right like you know you guys have awesome things you want to do. I have awesome things I WANNA do. It takes a lot to do that and I don't think there's anything that can be stopped with that at some point. If you just believe so much that you want to do it and you just have to figure out what happens kind of you go through that process then amy taken that we all need to just even thinking about burn out so so I suppose for me. I know how much both of you either of you will relate to this but for me it could be where my stars and planets were wind up whenever I was born that I've a bunch of stuff in my tenth house anyway. My identity is my work like I see myself as a creative entrepreneur. I see myself as a designer. I see myself as a creative person in general and that is who I want to be like whenever I'm on my deathbed whenever emily. I don't know if I've ever mentioned this on being Boston over. We were writing our bug. There are so many like on our deathbed moments that we had out of the book like we just can't be talking about <unk> our death bed the whole time but a lot of it is like who who is it that you want to be and we have the freedom and flexibility to be our own boss to determine what that is and so. I think that for me and this ties back to the burn out. I think a lot of the shame happens whenever I feel like I'm not being successful at being who I am right a lot of that is tied to the success of my work and these like external factors deciding right so for me a lot of mind burnout recovery was really figuring out who I am beyond the metrics beyond the work beyond all of the things some curious here from the two of you to you feel like your work plays a big part in to your identity and do you think that that leads to burn out or do you have any other insights around that topic. Oh Boy Oh yes. I really that sort of been the overarching sort of lesson. I've had to learn and like inner work. I've had to do pulling myself out of burn out as releasing facing my ego attachment to the things that I create and produce and releasing the idea that any amount of my worth is tied to the the hours that I clock in or what it produces and like and even saying that out loud. I don't believe that I think there's still some work to be done on. Where yes I still definitely time my worth on some level to what is that I'm able to produce for the world and not necessarily within in my own family or at my house or for myself but it is that like outward expression of who I am <hes> so that has absolutely Salah Ben the thing that I think about almost constantly in his obvious something I still need to think about and there's so many like touch points to external validation. Now you know like likes on Instagram. One but sales of a product is another or compliments of people via email or meeting someone in person. I'm talking about like oh I've heard your podcast or whatever and all of these things can really build you up and then you kind of get used to that right and that's I think a big part of what I had to let go of an Irish shirt kind of tumbled down toward the end. was I mean I was talked about on all the news outlets like I was starting to get text messages from people like my brother just sent me a photo of you you on the Jiffy Lube Blake TV screen in the waiting thing like what are you doing and it's just like that felt good. I'M NOT GONNA lie that that's Super Interest Sokaia stupid thing to like care about that but I think we all don't know how good external validation feels until you get it and then it's like a drug I mean it's like anything else that you just this kind of get addicted to. It and I don't necessarily know that you know for you too. Ladies like some of the things I love about you guys so much is that you're so honest and you're so unreal with everything that you do in not going to say the word. Kathleen don't worry but authentic but I do think that there is something to doing doing that. At all times it perpetuates the cycle of external validation and and I'm I'm guilty of to me creating all these weird ideas some weird things and interesting projects like I continue to do it because it feels so good to continue to show up that way and something they really hit home for me. Whenever you mentioned mentioned the idea that there's this constant creativity that we have to like to do these creative especially online businesses these days we are expected to not only produce the thing that we are here to offer people but to continually produce other things that support that thing and draw people to it and and that for me has definitely been a place where I've had to draw back from a lot of that sort of peripheral creativity to focus on the actual creativity and I think balancing thing that is one is going to be one of the greater challenges that we all face in this arena. Is You know what are you actually hear to create and how we make that a priority way say more about the emily like what do you mean 'cause for me that shows up even with being bossed like we're talking about the work versus doing the work even though producing a podcast a ton of work for sure for me. It's like my <hes> coming home to graphic design again. You know I feel feel like I'm really in it and doing the work and it's like breathing to me. Designing feels like a second language that I mean credibly flew. I and I feel like I'm good at it and so for me. I think a lot of burnout to happens in. I feel like I don't know what I'm doing and that's a lot of what entrepreneurship is and I wonder if I mean even the biggest challenge of entrepreneurship is just getting comfortable with not knowing what you're doing even Jason. You're talking earlier about during the I wear your shirt days. You didn't know what you were doing but that's part of what made it so creative and awesome and weird and cool but it's also what has two sides of the same coin it can also lead to burn renowned just feeling insecure and Shitty all the time and this to me as part of the enough mindset right. I think that's something we've tried to adopt opt over the years which is number one like. How much work do we have to do. Everyday like what's enough work like. When can we turn it off because there's always going to be more work to be done that was for years ears like Carolina and I would go on walks every day with our dog and she would go. You know like how much workday today and I would just be like all it's endless. There's never like I I've ever again like I finished it all day. It's just not realistic and I I do think that there's something to be said for defining what enough means across the board both for. How creative do you have to be because that's something we run into like. How different does this sales page have to look. How unique does this product have to be. How different does this have to feel once you buy it in like experiencing. That's a lot of effort and it's just continuing it never stops and and so I think defining both enough of this is good enough for design unlike you run into that Kathleen so much I remember I used to be a designer many moons ago and you would have to just stop because at a certain point you go like keep making this different. I can keep moving things around to keep changing things but it's good enough and I just have to let go and I think that's so much of what just being a creative person is figuring out again. It's almost like the hot stove moment there too to which is when is it enough to stop and then on the other side. I think the other thing that we get caught up in a lot as entrepreneurs is the ability to make more money like it's we can make money any out of thin air to some degree in if you do that constantly and forever like you've never get off the treadmill because you just always want to make more money so you really have to define what is enough for you to stop up or at least it just go okay. Here's my range and I don't have to go above that. You know if other people making a million dollars a year or a hundred thousand dollars a month or whatever good for them but that's not me I don't I want to do that and I want to hire people. I don't like we're good with this amount of money and we could just move on. 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I wear your shirt so like super successful but you were also super depressed. So Do you feel like you've adopted any terrible money stories along the way. What's your relationship with money right now. My relationship with money now is good but there is a little bit did of scarcity mindset where I feel like. We've just had this thing in the back of our minds of like we really want to have one hundred thousand dollars stashed away in a savings account and we can't can't quite seem to get there. There's always something that comes up so Carolina's health earlier this year like we pull money out of savings because we just went to every holistic doctor there was which is fine like that's that's why that money exists and we absolutely wanted to go that route and we're so fortunate that we could spend that money and do that but it's like we that's the only part of the scarcity thing for me and then also so our money is not as repeatable and predictable as people who maybe work nine to five jobs or as people who have like a successful. APP and it just makes a bunch of money money and they do that and and that's what we're really trying to work toward and so I think for me you know kind of like my my biggest thing with money. As we got out of debt one hundred hundred twenty four thousand dollars in debt after I reassured and took US two years and we wrote a whole post amount of people want to go deep on it wandering aimlessly dot com slash debt. It's also in the book. If you WANNA WANNA read it but we'll include links to all those things are show nights as well goal and a big part of that for me is now though I have this like even when like a thousand dollars is on our credit card freak out. I'm like I don't WanNa do it and then I have to take a step back and go hold on a second like it's not possible eh one hundred percent free all the time when you're not at the place where you've figured it all out and I do feel like we will get to a place like with myself or out that I have with our wandering aimlessly community and everything like we will be making more money than we spend on a very consistent basis and it will be a more fluid system but like we're kind of still in the first year of our new business and just just like anybody else like even with years of experience we have. We're still running into. Oh crap like we had seven hundred dollars. We had to spend here and then like this. Money didn't transfer from stripe fast enough and like hold on. How did we run into cash flow issue again this ridiculous but it's a constant thing that we all deal with no matter how much we charge how much we make? I'm just glad now that I don't have like vendor under bills of twenty thousand dollars to like a t-shirt printing company or even employees like you know. We don't have employees so I don't have money like that that kind of holding me back and that was really a big lesson for me. I can't operate a business with those things hanging over my head. It stresses me the hell out so I like just knowing it's us and if it ever grows to someone else is being on a team that's great but like we have to have the money in the bank to be able to pay for them and not have it tough to like show up every month and think about it. It sounds like all of your experience has has given you a lot of self awareness as to how it is that you want to show up and be an entrepreneur and where your boundaries lie in the things that you create. It's amazing and it's it's how we want to do it like I think all of us get so excited inspired and motivated when we read these stories or these posts host. We're here these podcasts at least successful people and it's like dammit. I wish I was just like that person or I wish I just had like their amount. Whatever but the thing that's like there's so much context we don't seib below the surface of all of that and I think that's the thing where the self awareness has really kicked emily because on paper I wear your shirt made one point point two million dollars in five years but the context is I was a hundred and twenty four thousand dollars in debt fifty pounds overweight. I had to fire seven employees including living my wife. I hated the video camera and my entire life was a miserable so it's like on paper. Wow look at this guy who did the super cool cruel thing in reality such a bummer and I've heard stories like that so many times from the people that we love and you you know put on the highest pedestals. They're making twenty thirty forty thousand dollars. A month with a are the saddest individuals on the face of the planet and I don't think that you know making twenty thirty thirty forty thousand dollars. A month is automatically going to make you sad but I found that there is some truth to the like the problems like it's it's. It's so much more to manage figure out so for me. The enough newness is like enough to eat out of season avocados. If I want to go on vacations enough to afford the House that I live in previously in Oklahoma now in Michigan. I don't live in Hawaii. I I don't live in California and that's the thing you know back to what we were talking about with the comparison trap though is that even just recently someone when was mentioned the exact number that I make in my salary they mentioned that number and acted like it was nothing and I was only making the money and I feel I've done well for myself until they said that and I instantly fell into this. Oh my not making enough money and it really just is this. You have to get you to look at your own context and your own circumstances. I make plenty of money for the amount of time that I work for living the lifestyle that I want to live. You've and it's good. It's good to go but oh sorry one. Other point that I wanted to make was I've just gone to the point of assuming that anyone who to become jealous of on instagram has like a ton of terrible awful circumstances or hard <unk> hard decisions that they have to make every single day you know like I just don't assume the best that everyone has the best which is where I used to be probably early in my creative entrepreneurship airship career I would look at everyone else and think oh they've got it figured out. It's better it's perfect. They don't have in this probably also comes from working with lots of rockstars rockstars and people who are doing incredible things. They have incredible problems that they have to solve constantly and it's really hard. I posted a incredibly incredibly stupid thing on instagram awhile ago which was like every successful person that you look up to at least once every couple. Months has a really messy poop like it's just it's like. I don't care how much money you make. I don't care how great your team is. I don't care how great your work is like. You're having one of those situations where it's like. Damn everything else in life is great but like right now now. This is a bummer and it's it's both a metaphor and literal thing but it's like it's the truth if everyone goes through some type of messy situation and it's just a lot of people don't show and I think the money thing is so interesting. I've actually been thinking a lot about it almost like fitness which I know that you know you. You ladies definitely care about and see the value you in. which is you know that if you don't keep up with fitness your body will not be fit like you have to keep doing it and it's kind of the same thing with the enough in this mindset of money? which is every day you almost have to tell yourself? I make enough money for me and it's almost like your workout like I'm doing a workout. That works wchs for me. 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Okay I mentioned that it's really hard and that most people you can assume are going through hard things as entrepreneurs but I wanNA talk about the upside a little bit like the upside of money the upside of entrepreneurship what excites the both of you the most right now about entrepreneurship in creative entrepreneurship. I've been talking a lot so oh. I'm going to defer to you right. Today is probably not a good day nothing well but it is because what what I will say is I didn't work this morning from like a long weekend and was not feeling diving in this morning so so I sat on my front porch and the rain and I read a totally for pleasure though that not that kind of pleasure fiction book doc and believes reading fifty shades of Grey right right actually everything the second one don't totally just kidding. I am not <hes> but in that for me was everything to me for me to be able to make that choice to spend half of my day just doing what I wanted to do and asking no one permission and no one like throwing me any like guilt looks or anything for taking that time for myself for me the freedom to choose how now I spend the day will always be my favorite thing about being an entrepreneur. We've been saying this to each other a lot lately which I think anyone can steal especially people who work for themselves. which is imagine yourself tomorrow having to get in your car sitting traffic drive to an office sit in a cubicle was terrible fluorescent lighting with coworkers? You hate with a boss that Mak micromanage as you like crazy like imagine. That's your life then. Look at your current day today and it's just that perspective is incredible. It really is so important to say anything. I just said about the money in the fitness like every day. You have to figure out. How do I make sure that I'm not just falling going into the like. Oh well had to send emails for twenty minutes. Today you know and it's like imagine you literally had to sit in like a spreadsheet all day for eight hours and that was your entire business and I don't mean that as a criticism this is when people would think that I think this is an option screw and box giving the spread know everyone has their thing everyone. Everyone has the thing that they would hate doing all day the thing they would love doing it takes all kinds for sure but I think you're right and that has been one of the things that has kept me very grounded over probably the entirety of my career every time things get hard every time things is get boring or every time. I'm not making enough money or <hes>. A client is being obnoxious or you know. A launch doesn't go as well or it does go craig whatever it may be it is always that though that keeps me really grounded like the ability that we have to shape our own day and to weed out the things that we don't want. Oh to not have that commute to not have to sit in fluorescent lighting his that would be the death of me right those for us to have the freedom to make those choices for ourselves. Else's is everything and going back to your question Kathleen for me the thing that I have learned in love about entrepreneurship in length doing my own thing as like the specific nick example for me as teachers so teachers this course offer that I have. I've never marketed it. I've never promoted it. It's only ever just been mentioned in things and the entire goal is it's just a side. I project. I wanted it. I wanted to build it for other people's that they could have a great platform and over the years it has made a very modest amount of money and we're getting to the point now where it's making king decent money. It's about seven thousand dollars a month that it's making and there's no marketing. There's no promotions. There's no nothing but I'm at this really interesting place where I decided to buy out my original co-founder because he's just not anymore super amicable departure which is great so I'm buying him out for like the next couple of months I brought in another developer to replace him to do you features and all this other stuff and we're running into hiccups and things just like you do when you're building things but the really interesting thing that I now see with teacher that I haven't been able to see for years is is in about six months. I'm going to go from making zero dollars because I'm investing everything in buying out the partner and paying this developer to making what looks like as a forecast of about seven to eight thousand dollars a month just for our family like just for me which is incredible so that to me is like one of the greatest things of entrepreneurship is sure it may take years. It may take a lot of work a lot of effort but you can get to a place where something is making you such an exponential return on your time and on your investment the you can't see anywhere else and you know for teachers who knows how long this kind of ecosystem of online courses give me wrong. I think it'd be around for a while because I think this is the future of education as being able able to choose your teachers and the things you want to do and all that stuff and we're all benefiting of that right like we've all taught stuff in. It's it's proven to work well but I'm so excited for okay. That's next year. What is two years look like and now if it's double that I don't need to go any higher than that. That's a great amount of money because I don't WanNa have again. I'll have employees things but that that to me is the beauty of Entrepreneurship Kathleen is really this ability to make your own money and continued to grow that on your own pace at your own level with your own decisions and you don't have to fall into into any of the like and that's why I talk about the book. Don't follow other blueprints. You don't follow the past like you make your own. You figure it out you do it. Your Way may get a little bit muddy and maybe a little bit messy at times uh-huh q. The poop soundtrack but it's it's just all part of the process yeah so I'm actually curious going back to your early days of of entrepreneurship and feeling like you didn't know what you are doing like. How's that feeling lifted or have. You just become comfortable with that feeling of not knowing what you're doing or have you learned that that's the magical go part of making something innovative and creative. I think it went. It's gone from scared and nervous to now like maybe maybe like confused but a lot of opportunity you know like before. It's like I don't know like I don't know how he was. GonNa do now. It's like I just don't know what works anymore. You know like I've done so so many things and it's just all been so different and Carolina talk about this all the time like how can we just make this easier on ourselves and the problem is that we try to make it easier. It gets boring and I think that's the big difference for me is that I need the like fire of the uniqueness and projects. I need the different thing I more than money. I mean money is important. Yes but I need people to tell me. Oh like this is different than ever seen or this feels so unique because we live in such a time and everyone's created everything by this point so to create something that is different or to do something in your own way and that's kind of the whole reason why I wrote the book was just to illustrate the fact that number one. It is is possible even for like for me. I'm just a nobody like anybody else but to. It also feels really good when you define what that means to. You and it's not going to be easy easy and it's not going to get. I mean we'll get easier but it's not ever going to be like just kind of like print money constantly and I think that for me is really the differences. It's still still a mess in a silk confusing and it's still a little bit of like. Why haven't we figured out wandering aimlessly but I'm also like. It's still fun to figure it out and there's a lot of things we we can do to figure it out and see how that goes yeah. I think that that's huge. Everything is hard. This is what I've learned about. Being a grownup like everything is hard but how can you choose where to find the values in the hard work right so for me. My values might be I need security. He and I need honesty right. So where can I find that in the actual work that I'm doing for emily. It's freedom. So where can you find the freedom in the hard work that you're doing doing Jason. I have no idea what you value. I'm just kidding. It's control and being weird so control and being weird like so. Where do you find that in the hard work. It's really just about choosing your battles and then actually seeing that there's a lot of creativity enjoy or all the things that you wanted are right there in the hard work and there's something really interesting to and I know you ladies have come up across this but the reframing me of changing obstacles to two opportunities has been incredible mindset shift for me so it's like when something goes wrong or when something gets difficult. How can I not see this as a roadblock that completely stops stops all momentum and instead seat as an opportunity to improve something or to make an experience better or to apologize to a bunch of customers. If something didn't go the way that I hoped it would and then you build fans for life right like if you really just give them more than they thought and so. This opportunity is not obstacle saying has just been a really nice mental framework thing for me of your website is going to go down your ideas. GonNa Fall Flat. No one's going to buy the first course that you make your instagram isn't GonNa grow but all of that doesn't have to be an obstacle. It can be an opportunity cindy for you to go okay. But how do I do this. In a way that I still feel good about no matter what the external validation is and then also how do I get that external validation like what does that look like and how can I be creative in unique and fun with that. I think that that's one of the magic things about being an entrepreneur for as long as we we all have is that you get past the fear and anxiety well say that it's still brings up sometimes foreshore but you get past the daily fear and anxiety and you start aligning yourself with what it is that you value and you see the opportunities <hes> all of those things. I think I I think that that is that is what is instilled in you when you stick with it even when it is hard and I think like <hes> this didn't end up making it in the book but I've I've talked about this. A couple of places like what is your book called. You're its <unk> owner weird and by the time this goes up it should be everywhere except for Walmart. I don't know I didn't get on Walmart huge bummer no but it is it's on on all the things. I recorded the audio books. If you're an audible person <hes> I'm actually really excited to hear from you so if you do by the Audio version please let me know if I had a lot of fun recording it. Hopefully you've heard that I'm kind of weird weird and silly so I tried to put that into the audiobook. Yeah own your weird. It's on all the different places but what I was gonna say so you bring up the fear anxiety and emily I think I think you're right. The way that I've thought about this is like fear is essentially and I think I stole this from Liz Gilbert subconsciously and you ladies tell me because you may know Liz more than I do but basically like you have a smart car. which is your entrepreneurial life and you're driving it but fear is essentially like passenger screaming in your face right and so it's just really hard to do anything because fear is just in your face constantly but then as you get further along your entrepreneurial journey guess what you're smart cartoons into like one thousand nine hundred eight? Ford Taurus and it gets a little bit longer and fear or maybe moves to the backseat and you can still hear fear in still screaming at you but like it's just a little further away like you're a little bit more detached from it and I feel like the longer you go through entrepreneurship. I have been do stuff. This more stretched out the car. Gets you know and eventually it's like this big econoline van like creepy white vans with no windows but fears like all all the way in the back and you put like a retaining wall or something and you can't. It's like a muffled sound so it's still there. I think even like for me. I'm thirteen years into being an entrepreneur. I'm working for myself. If you're still comes up we just launched a project this morning. As a recording this and of course I still had fear that no going to buy people were going to hate it. All the work we do is GONNA be for not but I didn't let that stop any of the things that we were doing and it really didn't slow us down. It just was like a muffled sound in the back of my brain as opposed to when I started. I wear your shirt fear. Fear was screaming at me in the face and I had to do everything in my power to just not let it derail me and a lot of that just becomes just being naive and just going like okay but I just WanNa see what's going to happen. Fear like you. You can yell at me but like I still just want to try so I felt so blessed by my naive nave the hardest time with that word. Do do it sexy success. Come on you've got this naive t naievety nine you. WanNa put a little spice on it. Yeah I feel incredibly blessed by how much I didn't know whenever I first started and it was really just one step at a time and there's a lot of excitement in it and so those first I two years all right. Let's get this off the ground. Let's see if it works. Oh it's working. It's working okay now. Let's scale it and grow it. Oh Okay we can do that to the opportunities and these are endless and then around years four and five. Maybe even six four five and six. I started to know more of what I don't know. I've been in and it long enough that there is some things about it that just felt like a chore or felt like. You know a couple. Jade job almost felt like a day job again right and I was realizing. Oh so I have a lot of bosses. Every client is a boss <hes> and then the fear really geared up and I was like oh now. I've found found success. How do I maintain the success. How do I keep growing it. I'm exhausted. How do I have a family at the same time. It was just a lot lot right and so I'm just after this year of burnout after we published our book. I'm just now coming back around to okay fears in the back seat for me. It's a lot more like parenting. There's no retaining wall. The van hasn't gotten bigger if anything the CAR has gotten small shrunken back down yeah but this kid is screaming me pro parenting tip then like your kid is always tripping acid and you're just trying to keep ah from having a bad trip right and so you just need to protect them and make them feel safe so that's what I've done with my fear is I've said okay. You're a hear you screaming me out me. Are you hungry angry lonely tired. What is it that you need to shut up and then I give it that thing right so that thing might be. I'm looking at my bank account and really organizing things are going through a Si Yo Day kit and getting on paper and seeing okay. What's our plan. You know having a plan in place oftentimes sometimes mitigates fear. It is looking at okay what is enough. It's really just analyzing it and looking at it and saying okay you're good. I'm going to go ahead and launch launch this thing anyway. I'm going to go ahead and do this thing anyway. Also becoming completely okay with being average has been huge for mindset lately like I actually don't don't have to be the best. I don't have to be fitness model. I don't have to be the number one podcast. I don't have to have a seven figure launch. I can just be completely. Average and life is pretty good. I think some of the first of all that to me is kind of like the ethos of my book is like your you're what you're saying is average is what I say weird so. It's you finding your own baseline. It's you finding your own thing but I do think that that's kind of the thing that you can't tell people. which is you kind of have to go for being seven-figure business you kind of have to go for having a number one podcast on itunes only to realize what it takes to get? That is not what you want. WanNa be doing and like I think we all especially you ladies know like your your women in Entrepreneurship who constantly see other women and entrepreneurship who you are doing like the perfect. I think it's just different between men women like when I look at female entrepreneurs on instagram. I just look at like Gosh like I kind of just wish there was just like real you you know like I but I understand also that like the time that we live in and I'm not one to necessarily like take this conversation on but it's like a man can prosed just all these different photos and delays and we're things and it's much less scrutiny and a woman does all this different stuff but then there's also the business thing and that whole side of it and I think that coming to that baseline is so so important for everybody but I do think that like the harsh reality. Is you kind of have to go four it a little bit until you realize again hot stove moment of like yeah but I don't want to do that. I don't want the perfectly posed life on instagram. I don't want the perfect podcast. It's number one because I know we have to like structure episode mcchord every soundbite and do this and then have the soundboard of low John to pay a little John Every single episode. You know it's like you have to do all these things that you don't want to do at all and that to me is just such a interesting part of this over time. I think it only comes to realize or show itself and kind of present itself as that is an actual opportunity. That's okay as well to be quote unquote average which or to be weird or to just be who you want to be and that is good enough and that is interesting and that is unique and that is going to bring success to you in how you define it a huge part of figuring this out to as you go as having conversations with people so people might not know. Is that the four of us. The fourth not being here is Paul so emily and I with you Jason and Paul Jarvis. We each get together once a month and we chat through like what we're working on. We're talking about work. We're talking about life. We're talking about how much money we're making. We're talking about what's working. We're talking about what's not working and for me that has that has helped me sort through what is that I value. You know what's working for you. And am I willing to do that. What's not working for you that I might be especially skilled at and that's easy for me you know and so it's really figuring out context with people that you trust based and people that are going to be candid with you and honest with you and that's just. I just want to make sure that I throw that out here. Too is that you have to have have real conversations with an inner circle of people that you trust even get incredibly candidate with and it will just help you figure it out as you go by. We hit published on these conversations and I love those conversations to because like even in the Times that we've been doing them. Emily's started ALMANAC while we were doing it and I love because I'm like will eventually. I WANNA do physical product stuff so now I have this person that I have a great connection with that. I can ask all these questions. I think you see that. Probably Emily all the time on those calls. I'm always I was like talking about ALMANAC. What's going on. What are you doing. I remember when it like the storage of ALMANAC was behind you. In our calls as like what's going on now it's moved to its own space based on and I think that those conversations become so much more effective in helping you grow at helping you get motivated. Inspired aired as opposed to the continual scrolling and following and consuming of other people who are just having only a highlight reel of their lives being shown but yeah we have these calls and and and I'm just throwing this out as an example but it could be like oh all of our inventory didn't show up on time that didn't happen to you but like that's a real thing that I can hear from you and I go okay so I kind of put that in the back of my mind like I'm GonNa have to deal with them and Tori issues if I start a physical products company but Kathleen your point is that like surrounding yourself with like minded ended people. I think even people that are on your same level. Two is helpful. It's why for me. I've never had a mentor because I feel like my competitive nature. I would just WanNa be that person or I would want to beat that person and it's why I've never sought to have any of those people. I've always said we're the Paul Jarvis's of my life. There's only there's only one Paul Jarvis come come on. Let's be honest company of one but also Paul one but like how do you find those people and that just becomes looking for them looking in groups joining groups like like I think that's why having a membership community you ladies membership community. We currently have one people start to create connections within that community that are incredible because they're on a like minded ended scale and you're not trying to go for some big thing. That doesn't really kind of resonate with what you actually want in your life. The I want to mention about that is that entrepreneurship ship isn't going anywhere if anything it's growing more and more we've all heard the stotts that by twenty twenty one seventy five percent of the United States is going to be working for themselves sir. I'm making that up. I just totally we need a fact. Check is forty percent is actual the actual number that they've forecasted but you're right like it okay forty percent because I was actually thinking legitimately fifty percent and I only see a growing and the opportunity that I really see here. Though is that it's going to become less of a scary uncertain unknown thing more and more people are doing it and my hope is that we can all band together and demand certain benefits or change the culture of the workforce. I think that already is becoming so much more flexible and accommodating into I don't know how to hear kid home for the day or being able to run into mental health issues for a few weeks or months at a time so that's really exciting to me and I hope that it eases. Some of the anxiety of working for yourself is that everyone is going to be in on it together but I think the two things are going to happen there that you you just have to be realistic about one when more people are there. It means that there's kind of more competition for those things now. More competition is good because that means that people are willing willing to pay for something so that's fine the second part of that. Is You have to own your weird so that is how you stand out. It's why people higher-grade creative. It's it's why emily people buy from you and the things that you do why people find the being bossed podcast. It's why people pick up your buckets why they pick our products and stuff it's because we have our own own layer of difference kind of woven through all of our products and things and I think that you ladies Yays talking here. People listening to this like you look up to people not just because of what they do but because of who they are and that for me is so much what I've found in my life like I'm just attracted to the Weirdos. I'm attracted to the people who do things differently that is going to become such an important thing in owning your own business and being an entrepreneur. It doesn't mean you have to be weird. It just means you have to find what makes you different for an unique so that you do stand out from the thirty nine percent of people who are now moving into this type of workforce. I would like to wrap this up by asking you what are you're like just some top line key takeaways that we can use to own our own weird. What would those be. I think you touched on one which is really defining owning your core values so you know it's such a rote thing at this point. It's such a thing that so many people have said but I think a lot of people read about it and see about it and they don't do about it. I didn't just make that up on the fly that for some reason the same game my brain but I do think that it's something where people don't take the time to actually go okay. Let me sit down and write right this out. Like what are these things that matter to me now. What have I read. Not what is like someone else like. What is it for me so I think that's number. One number. Two is realizing there is no no map to success. There is no straight line to success. It's the map that you create and for me and what I've learned. I think you ladies can attest this. It's a treasure map. It's not a straight line drawn across two different continents. It's a weaving winding dotted. Go through sunken treasures and you find a trip the ship that's the shipwrecked and you have to navigate through leg all these weird metaphors but it's just a weaving winding path through becoming successful in whatever that means for you and I think the last thing it's just really owning who you are so again you said average Kathleen. I don't think you're emily our average by any means at all. I think you both are so unique and fun. I would not spend time every month talking to you if you weren't like. I don't have interest in hanging on average people. I WANNA hang around people who inspire me make me laugh or fun or interesting and so figuring that out for yourself as a person who's trying to navigate the world as well you can do that. You just have to look within a little bit and truthfully. There are exercises throughout the book that help you do that but if people aren't going to buy the book. I don't care like it's still to me just matters that someone goes yeah. You know what I am a little bit weird like I do. Crack Jokes do have a little John soundboard. I use all the time whatever those things are for you. Those are the things that I think are the most important because it really starts to show you. Oh yeah life is worth living because I'm showing up hundred percent me. I am being sorry Kathleen Authentic and it it is true to who I am in kind of this space wonderful. I'm so glad that you can't even see serve. I can't dugout Kathleen's hiding. See Godly be cool. I'll try one more time. Thank you so much going to chat with us. Jason told us where people can get your book everywhere but Walmart Mart you wandering aimlessly. Dot Com is the <hes> the business my wife and I run together. We're kind of just trying to figure it out like anybody else. You know we've had gone through some ups and downs. We've learned a lot of lessons this past year but all of our our youtube instagram all that stuff is linked from there but yeah just super excited for people to maybe it'd be trying to own their weird if they've listened to this and they're like yeah okay. I want to know this is about. This book seems weird. <hes> grab it not Walmart. Sorry again can't get it there but <hes> yeah that's so thanks for joining us. Thanks for listening and Hey. If you want more resources we're talking worksheets free trainings in person meet UPS vacations and more go to our website at. WWW dot dean boss yacht club you the words Steve Symptoms.

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DC Comics Shazam! Movie Review and Audience Reactions at Alamo Drafthouse

Talk Nerdy to Me

08:20 min | 1 year ago

DC Comics Shazam! Movie Review and Audience Reactions at Alamo Drafthouse

"Hey, listen. Not with me pain that you get. Is a crime. What Jonah class you play in all each e? What? From wild. Okay. We just came out of should I say it shoot them. Okay. We're safe. We're now, we're not Joe's them one. I didn't talk to an old grizzled wizard. It made him staff who that was right? Jim hanso is just an every superhero movie. There is now and he was. Gardezi galaxy. He was Corre. That's right. Yeah. Yeah. So man, this is fun. I like the, and it's one of those things like in DC movie. So my bar was kind of on the on the on the lower inside. This was the most marvel DC movie. They took a pay. They have that blueprint. Yeah. It just made a an awesome movie with it was a great DC movie. It was well worth, you know, come to see it and being sold out crowd. I'm pretty sure everybody else out so too. But don't take our opinion polls some people in what they thought. With Jason Jason, what did you think about Susie? It was even better than the last movie. I saw which was aquaman. Oh. Ooh, big words such a big hit in you, the more. Did you feel like as a kid? You would have done the same things as the. Well, if I'd been abandoned by my mother, I probably would have. Yes. So out of ten magic eight balls. How many would you give this? Nine nine or nine ten magic bills make you, and I guess we'll see. New at the movies. We're here with stevia. Okay. See not. So. What what did you think of Suzanne actually to Sam was pretty cool. I thought honestly, I really like like the whole how they incorporated like the family theme to it. I know my kids enjoyed it a lot and they're probably planning on actually wearing those costumes for Halloween. How many kids got six so everybody has their own amfam? Lease you has. That's amazing. You're going to have the best Halloween ever. So out of ten magic eight balls. How many medications do you give this? I would give it a nine nine. Wow. Thank you so much. We'll see at the movies next time. All right. We're here with Sam Sam, you just came out of shows AM, okay? What did you think about this? I thought it was pretty good. I really enjoyed it. Did you think it was very good as DC maybe or just a regular movie just the regular movie? Ms right in you know. Did you think it was on the rest of the DC family? I think you have a more comedic fashion, but a little bit different. But I thought it was the Thor ragnarok and Heddle lot of fashion of it. I'm not sure that but it was pretty funny. I mean as as a fourteen year old child would you've done the same things he probably coming off the mature. As an adult. I think. Fly. Nope. No kamli. Thank you so much out of ten magic, eight balls. How how many magic people's would you give this? I'll give you the ten Hannah tie ratings all around I beg your Sam. And we'll see. Well, you heard it here here Elmo draft house from the people themselves high praises lot of people like the movie nine and ten all around. It was it was such a here's thing in. It was a movie not just a good movie in DC terms. When a good movie overall Zachary Levi played the kid, all my it was. So when I want was watching that I was watching that as a fourteen year old kid in Zachary Levi, and he plays it perfectly. Yeah. He does in. They made Dr savannah, and the comics is not, you know, he's he's a good Bill. But in here they made him scary. Made a scary MDC always has issues with their villains. And this one was really good Bill, and he was just not a villain, even though you know, you would imagine that. But no, he was a good Bill. And I appreciate that with the and. You know, there's some people saying this better than I commend the there is a lot of references. He was wearing automation all the name of the city. They're in was faucet. Which is the comic owned Zam while he was still captain marvel. A little little Easter eggs from coming book Batman. Yeah. Batman references. See him throw Batman that was in the commercials. Huge superman references all around referential, everything DC. So I give it I give it a hefty nine eight and a half to nine I'll give a solid nine. I liked it. They explain the meaning of Che's AM. Also, exactly. And remember what it was? No wisdom Solomon. I'm gonna I'm gonna baffle you wisdom Solomon strength of Hercules, okay, stamina. Atlas lot of our zoo's. I'm not done yet. Courage of Aquiles. But he's read the comics speed of mercury. Try to drop acknowledge comic bookstore and somebody's real estate and originally he was captain marvel or a whole big story behind that we won't get into. But now she's Amsterdam was the comic title. He was in and people just attributed that to. And I liked it didn't really name to captain thunder crack. Fingers. It was amazing. So I'm trying to find that YouTube since you're on YouTube try to find that YouTube channel. Yes. So all all around good. I can't say enough good about it as a DC movie. I'm so happy that they finally breaking their slump. They they've learned what people wanna see as actually and they are taking a nice footnote from marble on that. Yes. Make it funny. Make it relatable. I wanna see if they're gonna bring Zam into other crossover mainstream DC. Justice league, two AM. Well, I think that's it from us. I think so good movie, and we want to think a couple of people again Elmo, I'm not gonna look back. The I'm not gonna look it doesn't say Elmwood. But it's just a fear. Taproom light is acting. Exactly. Hey, alma won't you put an animal light. L out here. My deceit out. Guess what? I had. Fishing chest. I thought I smelt a little fishy. Yeah. And we also we also got I got a shirt of promising. If it you will. I know, but I'll just put in the drive her in a couple of hours. So yeah, we also wanna think Ray reproductions for making us look better than we are if you saw us in real life. It's just lighting. Yeah. Not not good. It's harsh lighting this magic lighting. Well, my name is Patrick with talk me. I'm Troy also with talking to me, and we're going to say one more word to get us out of here. Not with me pain that you. Is. What class in you play? In all of each e. I know what? From wild.

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Sex is Natural | 074

SHADES OF INTIMACY

41:52 min | 1 year ago

Sex is Natural | 074

"Are you doing? I am good. You caught me? Right. When I was drinking. I did then purpose. So I know Johnny's not gonna like when I'm about to do gonna do it. Anyways. Happy. Here. Happy new have you not? So. Last week was Christmas. And I just wanna say oh stop. Then he doesn't want us to mention holidays because it dates us like as you are possibly binge listening to this five years from now, and I say merry Christmas few and it's August for you. And you're like, so However, I can't do this. I wanna give you a context for when these were recorded. You know, at the context could be is when people go to shades of intimacy dot com or I tunes. They could probably see when it was published. I think that's a good indication of when it was recorded so men like to make things way more complicated. Make it more complicated than it is right now, I'm saying happy new year and Mary Christmas, even though it's actually December. Night. Why why are you doing this of the year naked stop? No fifteen. That's it. I'm out. Did you catch that down? No, yes. I caught it. It's actually two thousand eighteen everybody. Toronto. So Jenny, and I would like to welcome you to shades of intimacy for a conversation about sex, intimacy life and the whole ball of wax. Sir. Anything we won't talk about. Nope. Don't think so covered politics once. Yeah. Yeah. I think we've pretty much talk about anything philosophy psychology. And, hey, here's an idea to if if there's ever a topic that you would love to hear us talk about drop us an Email. Jason Jason if Smith's calm, I had a customer, I'll do something here. So the last two episodes were done with our partner in crime, Suzanne Wagner and Jenny was here. She was just doing work in the other room booty from the studio booted, a boo, and here's the here's the terrible part for all you who enjoy Suzanne Jenny talking together was we thought Suzanne was staying longer. So we got up, and we said okay now, it's Jenny Suzanne's. Turn you both gleefully ran out of the studio, and we're like your turn. And I am the only one keeping time here. She's has to go. We're appointment. Yeah. So she's coming back in February. So it'll be a to we hear from her again. But I will ask you the same question. I asked her so we had customer right in with the question. He said, look, I just want a question answered on line, and he lives down in the wonderful, southern latitudes of Australia, and he said, the he's married woman. Everything's good. But that right now, there are a lot of women on the beaches, apparently is on the beach, and he's particularly drawn to cleavage breasts terror, and he asked how can I appreciate these breasts? How do I deal with my appreciation of these breasts when my woman is with me and possibly jealous. Right. Right. And so I asked that of Suzanne she gave me an answer. And now you're just like on the hot seat. Know what she says? Right. Okay. So what's your answer? Well, I think first of all is to just relax because that's one hundred percent normal. And, you know, notice something in that every man appreciates breasts and sodas every single woman when I see women on the beach. I am enjoying their bodies as well. Because women are absolutely stunning. Gorgeous, all shapes all sizes. They're amazing. And so there's that I wanna get that out of the way and somewhere along the way, I think we got the message to shut that shit down. And so to me, it's a disposition. It's all about the disposition of appreciation of. Kind of revering the breasts right revering, the woman revering the form regarding the form and regarding the feminine versus coming down to this very narrow. I wanna stare at some titties thing, which again that is a normal human thing that is a normal human thing. So. His woman is, you know, I'm guessing there with him on the beach. It's a matter of regarding the feminine and not doing it to her. Exclusion. So when you get. Polled in and singularly focused on something. And you're no longer feeling your partner, you're screwed. So it's the disposition it's the energy of feeling your partner so intimately, and you really you regard breasts. It's a look it's just it's like it's like it's like looking at a beautiful flower funny. You said that Suzanne was all about flowers when you listen to the podcast. But one of the things I came up within that talk was that done. Right. You appreciate my high appreciation in regard for the phone. You regard the feminine? I love that. You love women that makes me feel safe with you. I loved going that women who might not understand that. Why's that make you feel safe because they're feeling I know men are out here going? Wow. That's so awesome. It's frame to. But why does that make you feel safe as what I with? That means feeling you is something larger than just again, I wanna stare at some boobs, you know, as as far as this this form in front of me is an object that I'm getting off on that's unsafe. So what's real what creates safety for me is how much honor reverence respecting guard. I feel you have for women. For the feminine. And because I feel that in you and concede in you when you look at another woman, I know, and I also I've seen you look at me that way it's not like you're just looking at other women that way. And then you look at me and you're like, oh, Jenny. So you're saying is if I stared a lady walks by she's got big boobs or something and I'm staring at them with kind of a narrow focus. Right. You wouldn't like that? If I looked at your breasts with that same narrow focus that might that might not sit well with you. I wouldn't like that either. Yeah. If you were just like focused on my boobs, you know, then. Yeah. I would be like dude get off my boobs, but it's it's taking its appreciation regard for the entire feminine form. And the answer isn't stop looking at boots. No revolution. Here. The revolution going out there because that is the answer. No boobs. So men can look you're giving men permission to look at boobs. Look at everybody, lives boobs. Okay. And it's just how you're doing it. Exactly. And again, if you're doing it to the exclusion of your partner, and you're doing it in so much that form that person in front of you is an object that you are getting off on. That's a very narrow place to be and that feels shitty. So. Action item for the ladies the ladies are sitting there. And you wanna encourage your man to see women this way. But when he looks at the woman, you maybe trigger right? So help a lady who says Jenny I'm gonna trigger. He looks at Ted's. And I go nuts sky feel jealousy. And he's he is narrow how do I get them to see the depth of the feminine in the Tet? Instead of just the tit. How do I help my man having listened to this podcast? No. And it's hard. It's a practice though. Isn't it? Come to me, you gotta realize too for a lot of men like it's an automatic. It's it's almost like the forbidden fruit. Right. It's kind of this automatic reaction. You can disagree with me. If I'm totally off base here. But this is what I've seen is I've seen because men have been told. No, that's bad. No don't do that. No. No. No. No, no. So many times. It's like it's like these furtive little glances to see a boob because they are gorgeous and voluptuous an amazing and life giving and awesome. And so all of a sudden because there's been so much around it so much repression around it, it's really become kind of this frantic I want to and now I going into a shame loop. And now my women's getting mad at me because she can feel that I have collapsed, and she's probably not understanding why he's in a collapse state, and maybe associating it to the fact that he's done something. I'm doing. Air quotes here wrong versus he has some conditioning in his body that he's going into a shame loop just naturally because that's what he's been told since he was a young boy. So here's a interesting thought that's coming to me. So in some cultures were taught to revere the feminine form many cultures right and one path to revere. That is a spectrum would be to cover that form a tight little burqa and never let it be seen. Right, which is actually probably more less in reverence of the feminine form and in high in fear of it because that's sexual energy. And I don't want to deal with that. It's not reverence at all. That's but let's go to the highest possible. So don't so the highest possible version of that reverence would be to hide it. I know in the Mormon culture that I grew up in my body is sacred sexuality. But it's only for you like, I would never it would be bad. Let anyone else it. So there's this. That's another step maybe in the middle after the burqa. Right. But what if we just taught everyone to revere the feminine form with reverence and love? Yeah. Maybe we might not have a have a society without. I mean right now, it's a legal in the United States. I think pretty much everywhere except for a few select places maybe like a strip club right for women to be topless, and there's some beaches and whatnot. Really? But in general society has a blanket general statement of woman's breasts are not allowed to be seen. Well, it's really narrowed down to nipple now, isn't it? You think commercials and everything see almost everything you just don't see the nipples. Right that right. There tells you that there's something kind of fucked going on right? You can see the whole shape of abreast in any commercial and any TV show anywhere. But it's come down to this narrow little dot nipple. Which by the way, men have I don't know if you've got knows that right? But that can be seen. But the women's version can't that's so nitpicky. That's so small that's so fixated that's kind of it's like you're going. Oh, something's off here. You guys are handling the reverence for the female form correctly. If you've narrowed it down to nipple and said that is irreverent to show to Americans in people abroad. Right. Right. Yeah. And I mean, I would say there's so much again because we've been conditioned in our culture to objectify rather than regard. I mean, that's what we've done. And so to me anytime, you're. Trying to cover up the feminine body because you're of whatever reason you'll you're still treating that feminine body like an object. It's something to be covered because that object cannot be trusted out in the world. And it's it's an objectification. And it's you know, when are we going to turn the corner, and again start to open this up and teach people to regard, the feminine form teach people to regard the masculine form. So this is interesting. Yeah, teach him. What would that look like is is what I'm thinking kind of building my mapping out a society where that's done because let's go back to what you started with which was okay? This is all normal and Suzanne she started the exact same place. Right. You know? So we're wired biologically genetically men are to look at its most men. Right. And that's just you wanna you wanna fuck it for reproductive purposes. So he's just wired that way so we start with that. So there is a fixation. See I'm foreign. Starts with fixation. I remember when I found my first playboy, naked boobs, and I'm a little kid. Right. Right. You damn right fixated. Also so innocent. That's that to be honest. There was a lot of reverence in it too. Yeah. It really was. No shame in it. I could be fixated and off at the same time as a kid because I didn't no one was telling me that. Yeah. No, one said boobs were bad. It just grew up in a society where they weren't shown. So when I found the first playboy under the sink, you know, and saw boobs I was like, no one said, this is bad. So I had no shame. But I was immediately fixated I saw the boob. And I knew exactly what that was six years old and a little kid going. Yeah. I know I like that. Right. Right. And I mean, I remember back then in the seventies. There was very, you know, there's very little down below in Playboy's. Maybe. It was very like you might see a Bush. It was never spread legs giant lips anything like that. I mean. Pornography was very team in that regard. Right. Right. Maybe a, but but you never saw much right? So that's that was it. I saw you know, Bush and stuff, and I thought I liked that that was just natural right? There was no shame around it. Liked the Bush. I like the brass like the pretty faces like the form the curves, I was in all of all that as well as fixated. Right. But it became it became a fixation I had to pass through the fixation phase. But when I first when I I saw naked women as a kid it was a beautiful experience. Right. And I think because you kind of ask the question like, okay. Well, how do we change this? And I think the big thing is taking away the stigma. What is natural? And then having a conversation. If you have a child who you catch looking at porn, you know, I've seen so many times the first responses don't ever do that. Again. That's bad. Don't look at it. It's it's gonna make you a bad person, whatever. And it's like, whoa. Stop. Instead, we have to have enough courage, as parents as leaders as more experienced people to actually have a conversation with the generations to come around it, otherwise, we're just perpetuating this really fucked up experience over and over and over and over again shame is like the worst thing we can do. And really what happens when you go. So let's say you shame someone, and then all of a sudden that experience goes beyond them, and they attach very much so this shameful. They're probably you often get aroused when you're looking at sexual images and things like that. So all of a sudden, they're arousal is shameful. That's shameful. What they're doing is shameful. The fact that they're attracted to this image is shameful like the stories go on and on and on and on. And then you meet a partner later in life that you love a healthy good relationship and to. Think that all of that is not still in? There is bullshit. It's interesting when you take something that's very natural. Right. I mean, what if you took like every kid likes candy, right? The taste of canyon. They like sugar. Sweet. Would he found a way to make them feel real shitty about that? Right. But is there anything inherently wrong with the fact that the body likes sweet on the tongue? Yeah. Well, that's thing. That's that's what's so fucked up about this is like okay a kid eating candy. So it's not just in that moment. I kid is enjoying sugar, but they're probably experience happiness and joy and excitement. And then all of a sudden, they're shamed. And there's this ball of confusion around. I was enjoying something. That was pleasurable. First of all, I was enjoying something pleasurable. I was in pleasure. I was experiencing happiness joy and all this. And I'm being told I'm a bad fucking person. What the hell I mean? That's exactly what we're doing to other people in regards to sex. So this is interesting. Yeah, we do it. So let's use the the cereal box story. I remember. My mom wouldn't let me have like sugar sweetened cereals when I was growing up. And I really really wanted them. Like, I had friends who had fruit loops. Like as a kid fruit loops thing. And I think he s yeah. Lucky charms is. Another example ones you would get at your friend's house. Right. You go over his house. I want to go over there. Why? Because they have lucky charms mom wouldn't buy like chops sucks. When all that was left was just the non flavored ones, which always happened to be you had to be pretty dexterous like we've around and make sure you had marshmallows left. My I bought lucky chance for the kids once and one of them decided it would be great gag to empty the bowl into a big bowl remote every single marshmallow. And then put the non marshmallow wants back in the box. And just see what happened to the next kid who stumbled upon that's pretty awesome. Yeah. Or evil. So I want to these these and I didn't get them. Right. And I do remember a intense desire for them. There was an intense desire for those. And it was fixated on the sugars cereals and the worst for me was hollowing when blueberry and count chocula would come out. Had a fixation on count chocula. There you go, and they're still they still make them. Yeah. Oh, yeah. On Halloween, and my mom would not time. Right. Do they? I don't buy. Anyways. But does my fixation was on the Syria. Right. And I'm thinking, well, I don't want to be like, my mom and dad with my kids. But I might as well do it and see if it works. So I just did the exact same thing. A year ago is talking to my son. He's twenty four now Asher. He's been on the podcast and listen to his episodes, and he was talking about like, and I was like so there any moments in childhood that damage to things like, I'm being real honest about possible places. I I put a fucked this kid up, and he's all like, oh, yeah. And he gets all emotional goes. And I'm like, what did I do one hundred eighty four like this is it? Let's stay here. Jason stay in the pain. You're going into the pit with your son. Okay. And he goes he wouldn't let us have kind of fucking. Are you? Any wasn't fucking joking. That was his pain. And I was like boy processing how they had eight sugar. I didn't do it. Right. Right because right. They gonna get fixated on sugar and this is relating to sex. Right. So they're gonna get fixated. He's like, okay. So banning sugar is not gonna work being militant banner like the dentist. Well, the dentist down the ways like the kids getting on my daddy's dentist we can't. I can't have any sugar. That's not the answer. The answer is to eat sugar in a controlled healthy way, teach them how to regard sugar category their body, and then how to take care of their teeth afterwards. But we don't do that with sex. We just teach people not to engage in it. We're we're banners when it comes to sexual energy to children, right? Even just looking at it start their thing is that it's it's quick it's affected, and it shuts people down. Shame and guilt is quick. It's affective it shuts people down, and then it has long-term consequences. So what is harder and takes a bit more investment is to sit down with your kid. Who was looking at porn in being like, okay? You're looking at porn. So what drew you to this? What did you notice? What are you seeing how the conversation start having a conversation that investment in that moment is going to pay off in spades later? And then let them know that they're normal, right? Yeah. Yeah. So you're talking about one of the principles that I live my life by which is to become aware of two of a dynamic and the dynamic goes like this short term gain, generally equals, long term pain, right and short term pain, generally equals, long-term gain. And when it comes to our kids, and it comes to sexuality, I think we all default a short term gain shut that shit down. Stop make it stop which is really is long term pain. This is what we deal with. These are people are coming to us. We've done the calls to action people are reaching out. And yes, there are a couple of you asking for techniques, and how to take a great relationship, even greater, but most of you, unfortunately, or is just the way it is our in the pits of shame and blame and things aren't working you're asking for help up out. Well, I notice too that if if we're shutting down our kids because they're starting to engage in in sexual energy starting to notice it starting to play with. Starting to want to figure it out if we're shutting down using shame and guilt. That's really indicative of the fact that we are uncomfortable with sexual energy up. So. Yeah. What's your biggest takeaway from this conversation? So far, my biggest takeaway, a reason I ask because I've had a huge takeaway. Yeah. Yeah. I think it is to slow down the knee-jerk reaction in those moments realize don't throw ourselves into a pit either as as parents, or is leaders or whatever that, oh, I'm a piece of shit because my win Asher and Riley were young knows Asher. He was looking at porn. I lost my shit. You did I lost my poorly behaved poorly, and I recognize that. And so it is important to back up slowdown. The knee jerk reaction start to actually actually probably ask yourself. Why you're having such a huge reaction in that moment. I mean, I know I know it's complicated. You want your children to be safe? And you do want them to have healthy relationships and all the rest of it. But in that moment, it really is slow it down and have a conversation. So mom band, porn, dad. Ben fruit loops. Right. So my biggest takeaway was this memory that hit me? I wonder how many listeners out there. And by the way, reach out. I wanna I wanna hear this a real question. First experience with sexuality. Was absent shame because as I was talking here. I was remembering that first time. I saw playboy. It was exciting. I was fixated. I was also filled with right? And there was no shame. I was like I so the fixation was kind of was way lessened the fixation the more you fixate on something seems to be tied. This is where my biggest takeaways coming mapping. This out is tied to the more. Shame that you put on it. Right. Like, so it goes into the closet. It goes into the dark. It goes into a fixated. You know masturbating in a closet in tight in closed in. Well, it becomes a way bigger deal. Exactly becomes a way bigger deal. Because now your natural urges you have to lie. You have to hide you have to like skirt around the issue like it becomes a way. Like, you're all of a sudden putting way more energy into what is just a natural desire to create the gymnastics in your life. So that you can still engage in it. Instead of just having a conversation. Be like, oh, I'm normal. I mean, I was the same way when I was younger. There was no shame around it. And it was like, this is awesome. Talked about that in a recent podcast. Yeah. Like, your relationship to masturbation is very healthy and positive and right? Yeah. Isn't that interesting? That's my biggest takeaway is that. If I remember my initial contact with sexuality in the form of naked women, it was one hundred percent, positive heart filled. Inspiring Reverend high regard and wonderful. There was no shame in. Shame came after that was a creation somewhere down the line, right? And I'm not to say that I didn't need guidance. Right. Like, it would help to have apparent they're going. Okay. So this feeling you have. This is reverence. This is it's okay and so forth and so on to frame it for me. And so that it could understand it without putting the hammer creating fist with you. Can't see it. But. The fist of shame. Right. Yeah. And I mean, even today, I mean, we have adult kids that are living in the house. Right. And they have partners. And so oh, you're going there. Yeah. Oh, it's a podcast topic. Well, I mean. I mean, we can keep talking about it at another time. But I mean it continues on right? It's not like you're going to have that one experience with your child where you slap them real good. I don't mean physically. I mean like just without that shame and get them real good with it. And they're just going to stop. No, it's just going to create a distortion. They're going to be really confused and their natural urges still going to kick in. And then they're not going to know what to do. And so here we are with adult kids in the house with their partners. And so it continues on it. It's still really important for us to have open communication in our house around sex relationships partnership. You know, the things that are going on in their relationship super important. One of our children came to us, recently and said, I have some questions about sex sex with a partner, and and how this works, and they were in difficulty and. It was revealed that difficult it had been going on for three years. Right. And I was like, okay. I'm here you we'll help you. And I couldn't help it because I guess I'm a spiteful person or something. But the end of the conversation was like, you know, you did ask that question three years ago, right and like Jenny, and I would just help help that immediately. Yeah. You could save yourself three years of pain. Yeah. Yeah. Well, in our kids have been raised to be very communicative about sex was very this was a, you know, I I give praise to my child for this because they came forward, and it was very vulnerable. Like, yeah. You can talk about. I couldn't talk to my parents about that question. So we've done something. Right. But still open the lines of communication. Yeah. Yeah. No, it's tough. It's really tough. And I just you know, I think we really need to be very mindful about how we're approaching. Kids when they have the natural urge towards sex or social towards pleasure. Where was this? There was a piece on of a I read and it was about shaming and. This lady or this doctor could have been man can't remember who it was. And it was talking about the little boy who was a year year and a half and he's running around naked. And he was just having fun in the house, and he was just yanking on his penis. He's just having a joyous time. House making yanking on his penis. And. Yeah. This person had guests over and realized. Wow, I don't want my kid yanking on his penis in front of guests running around naked. Suddenly these cultural levels had come in. Right. Yeah. And it's like. And said something along the lines of we don't do that. So starting the shame game a year and a half old g yanking on your penis. You're just found feels good. That's all you know. Awesome. Yeah. Oh, kid also. Pretty much. So the shame game starts real quick. Yeah. For number of reasons on the biggest one that you nailed I think is that it's easier. It is. That's the lazy way they think it's easier. Well causes the longest term, and we're the product of that, but the longest term shit to work with right? Thank you. Thank you. Dad? Fucking me up. So bad. Okay. Everybody this podcast. Just so, you know to put it in context was not anything near what we have written on the board to talk about no, not even close. So I got to take us home. When Suzanne was here the last two times, but I'm glad to have my main partner in crime, Jenny back to take us home. I wanted to say after noon evening or morning, but I'm Ben band on quoting the time of day that were reporting these already totally blew that at the beginning. So. Christmas. All right on that note as always go out shades of intimacy dot com listened to any and all of our podcast. You can also listen on itunes. If you love what you're hearing leave us, some love also notice that we are starting to drop some blog posts and action steps out on the website. So that you can go out you can read different blogs and posts. Me. Why? Because it's awesome. No. Because your toll to. Because I'm from. No, I'm having a lot of writing those blog posts, they're gonna hijack the show from sure I wanna talk about our events. Oh, so since this is coming January. I I believe it should land on January first for those of you listening in order. It will January first for those of you listening five to ten to twenty years in the future. It won't be January. First few. But what's coming up for me real strong feeling and I talked a little bit about Suzanne with last week was the power of the event. And as of this moment, we don't have our years of bents scheduled. Right. Well, as of this moment because this is on January first, we do have Arlene. We're extending time for all of you. Okay. So the event we may end up with many different types of events. But right now, we have three events modern day warrior from in the elemental feminine for women and shades of intimacy for couples, and so the history of this is that genuine, I as you know, you read through the the stories people listen through pass podcast. We're having trouble serious trouble. And we found our way out and the single piece that got us out of it. We'd read a lot of books we've gone to counselors we'd worked with people we'd work with each other. And we had a lot of great ideas. Some good books. We actually read books on the topic that we teach now it's still didn't do any good did not it didn't what changes us interrupt. Actual physical INA room. Doing the work. So here I am. I'm selling right now. I'm selling my azoff, I'm selling to you out there to come to our event. But I'm not selling you something that didn't say my ass. Right. And save our ask. This is what worked for us. We're offering what we've lived. And there came a time in our relationship when we needed to pack up from our home fly to another state. Go to a three day workshop. Invest of fuck ton of money. I'll tell you the figure right now, it was three thousand dollars a piece flight tickets hotel. So it was six thousand for the two of us three days. We invested faith trusting the whole process desire we wanted and that was tested a couple of times. I didn't wanna do it. Any more challenging? Right. I had to trust the process. I had to be present. I was focused. I was there. I brought my energy to it. And that was that was about to leave a couple of times you were too. Yeah. It was that event that crucible we put ourselves into a crucible. So when I talked to you about our events, and you're sitting on the fence, and you're sitting back thinking gosh, I need that. Do I need that? How did we know we needed to do it? What was the the thing in our hearts that told us to go? We knew nothing was working and nothing else would work. I mean, we really needed a pattern interrupt what we were doing together was not working. We were just looping. We're going back into the same patterns the same behavior we needed to be plucked out of our lives out of our our results told us that right results weren't working. So you I examine your results than how did, you know, personally in your heart? What told you what was your intuition? What what was the process by which you went? Yep. I'm going to do this that you made that choice you results shit. You know? But you said, yes. To the event why did you say, yes? For me. It was my heart. Yeah. I mean, what's coming up for me is that it was worth fighting for and what we were doing at the time wasn't working. So try something else. Try something else. I mean, it was worth fighting for. I felt that too. I'm trying to say is I had this moment where I had to trust my inner guide I had to trust my heart. Yeah. My heart said your results are are shit. You got to do something different. I'm willing to try because I love her and I love this relationship. And then the voice inside me said go there there do it. I didn't know if it worker not right? It was total trust. Did you know? It was gonna work. No, I had no idea proceeded on complete faith, right? You trusted something inside. You. So my point to everybody to you is that that's how it works. You're gonna wait for proof. You're not gonna get it. If you're listening out there at some point you're looking at results, and if they are shitty, and you want to change them, then consider shades of intimacy a three day boot camp style event with you could come with your partner. That's the best way to do. But you could also come alone. And how you know whether to do it or not doesn't have anything to do the money time any of that as do with your heart is your heart telling you you need to do this. We had one lady reach out to us and she's all like holy shit. I am terrified to write this letter to you. She took us up on the call to action on the Email. She's a this is terrifying me. But I know I'm supposed to do it. My heart is telling me, I'm scared terrified, it was just an Email, by the way. And she's like, oh my God. I hitting I'm going to have to hit send now if I don't hit sense typing this right now, I will delete this Email, and then I got emails, I guess she hits. She made it job. Yeah. No. It's awesome. But that's how it feels sometimes. Yeah. Oh, totally. Yep. So on the website that will be a schedule of events. You'll be able to apply to them to get to event you'll have to make all the investments we talk about. But you also have to have an interview with either January. And we'll talk with you about where you're at. Now. We've also offered that as a free offer that's out there. Call to action you wanna have that free conversation with us. 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We went back to those workshops, but we never went back to the way. Life was never it was the fulcrum point. It was the change point. Yeah. It was these single change point. Right. Our life was never the same after our first three day intimacy. Right. And after ten years, we are now offering those and teaching those at an elite level, and so if your marriage isn't working, and your heart tells you to come then, look, I don't care what you come or not. I really don't. But I care because this is what worked for me was that. I listen to the voice and. I trust it. I made an absurd investment of time money and everything and guess what it paid off. Right. And I wasn't stupid. But I didn't over think it either. Right. We didn't go into thousands of bits of details. I've customers all these charts. What time what will I get? What's my ROI? And all this stuff. Do does your heart. Tell you to come. Yeah. Okay. Shut the fuck up and come. Listen, that's how it works. 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Ep 1 | Road Warriors | Guest: Sean Foster

The Chad Prather Show

49:59 min | 1 year ago

Ep 1 | Road Warriors | Guest: Sean Foster

"Everybody. Welcome to another episode bigger batter better than ever the Chad eight the show studio twenty two right here in studio. This is this is this is a major deal for us because you've been listening to me, but I'm far prettier. So now, you can see me, Sean. Why did you had to show up today in black face? That's messed up, dude. That's messed up. You look like. A mixture between someone in the bin Laden, family and sideshow. Bob in that his name Christie, the clowns side careless I show that ship. Jason Jason definitely had that picture to remind me that my hair is kind of wild is kind of wild. So I saw picture you the other day. It was you and your wife. It was back when you guys, I don't know. I don't know if you're married yet. But you had the fade on the side. Like were you're looking tight, bro. Yeah. You look good things. Don't look bad. Now, you're you're pretty human being -ficiating. But it was funny because you had. You have the tight fade handle herald. Thomas a good look. Thanks, go phases. Where it's like, what do I wanna do? Do. I wanna scare people or don't wanna look clean rather scare people. Yeah. Very. When we took that I bus trip we took that I bus trip, and we were going. Word we go. We went to Shreveport Beaumont all around and would net up with my wife, and my mother-in-law down a Beaumont. Yeah. It's not it's not like they live down there. They came down of medicine for the show. My mother-in-law met you and she's like, I just love shown. He is. So cute. And I'm like that woman. She's crazy. It's okay. Lover too. I can't love on her. But I love her. Yeah. Well, you know, she's single lady a married, you're married, man. But whatever. You know? Long for violating the rules. So for those of you listening, Sean foster is is who sitting in studio with me today. Sean is the what is your fischel title? You're the producer. You're the director. You're the director of photography, you, do it all for the humor me show that we do for blaze TV, and you're just an all around coquette. I'm a predator is what they call it. A what a predator speaking of the predators. We're in Nashville this last week. We went to the hockey game. We went to the hockey game. That was kinda cool. I thought I was doing a good thing. But getting us like really good seats realize they were going to be on the bitch with the tape. I enjoyed it. I thought it was a great spot. I mean, there's only one other black guy on the team. So it was kind of cool outside right? There was only one black guy in the league. There's a couple of the league are there. Yeah. There's a there's a few years. I thought my buddy Spencer James has a great joke. He's a comedian. So he's got a lot of jokes. But he says when he's working on the cruise ships. He has all this Europeans that come up to him. And then America, you suck it soccer. You suck. It soccer you horrible at soccer. And he is we don't suck at soccer are black people. Just haven't decided to play it yet. So that's the same deal like with hockey man because he's the highest highest. Yeah. Serban is that I say his name. Yeah. Sue Bon Sabban had to church it up little ways Canadian. I guess he is he's Canadian show, but he's the highest paid team member on a on a predator predators. Eight nine million dollars a year. It's pretty good. He's like the best. He's one of these considered one of the best defensive players. But he's a defenseman. Right. Yeah. How does that work in hockey? Like, how do you know, if you're I mean, because they they're all playing defense and offense is it just it do they have like certain areas of the ice that they're supposed to be on. He's always had to he's always had the bottom of ice on defense when he's protecting. And he's he's always at the top of the line wonder when of course, blue line. So let's come across the blue line in their own offense. He's more like kind of the point guard. Yeah, he said the pointing opposition this. Yeah. I was learning the other night. Okay. Not a huge hockey guy. It's fun live. It's one of those sports where we knew there in the moment. It's it's it's so quick. I never saw the puck like the whole town. First of all we were sitting right? Hind the bitch. So it was right behind the thing there. So I never saw the puck. Yeah. Like it was never there. It's hockey's want us where you have to. If you watch it from above. It's better view get to see the whole ice needs. When you're down that low you see you realize how fast they're moving. But when you're up that when you're a little bit higher. You could see the whole thing you could see what a is plane. You see everything's moving down low is just you realize that these they're flying on ice. I mean, other smooth. It's impressed with the referees. As you've gotta be able to skate. I can't skate unroll escape. I'm black look at you. I'm black from Brooklyn. Deputy skating. I was thinking, but you you could have gone to like, whatever. Square. And yeah that was feller that was expensive. They had a roller skating rink in my neighborhood growing up. But I was scared to go there 'cause there was a lot of shootouts so didn't really want to roller skate either. So I didn't really get down that world of rollerblading rollerskating just didn't happen. Well, I used to go to the roller skating rink. But that was only to make out with the girls in the dark corners. Yeah. That's what I'm talking about. What you're talking about? Hashtag me too. I don't know what you have no idea what you're talking about. I know I know you don't. Let's talk about shaving your head through those of you who are listening. You have to understand that that Shelton's got a lot of hair a lot a lot of hair. It's. I'll look at that. It's move to slowly it is you got a lot going on like you just get up in the morning, and it's done pretty much kind of puff it out a little bit. You can't run a comb through it. No. That's that's a process. I do it every three weeks three weeks. It's it's it's it's not a pretty sight. But it's it has to be done on a funny nude. Do you get up this just like flat on one side? It's is all flat. So the beard looks little groomed. And I was watching your Instagram the other day where your wife was smelling your beer almost threw up. Well, you know, what I went to douse farmers market. And there's a lady in a little tent and she chasing. Which is the other guy in our team. He said, you got this little distinct called Texas cowboy butter, and I was like what are you talking about? He just kept hung its most. So great smo-. So great like I get up in the morning. I rubbed all of my body. It's so good. I'm like, dude. Jason this. You know, he's hitting on me in front of my wife. The Texas the Texas Kabwe butter, but what are you talking about? So I finally tried it today had a beard oil, and I put it on. And it is seriously the best smell in beard oil that I've ever smoked in my life makes me want to grow beard. You should. I mean, my wife loves it. That's why that's why I did it on Instagram. Yeah. Because she loved the beard oil. She was sniffing your face. I respect that. I mean. My brain started going world is he putting this oil? I want to know where else is shawny putting that oil. Well, you're disgusting. We have a baby. Yeah. He's two and a half. Yeah. So what would you do what you do? They get that. Java doing. Phone home on a Mark over here. We got a he's laughing. We got he was there for the experience. You were there. He smelled it. We're talking off camera here to Mark director in. We got it. We're gonna have to get a camera on him. We're gonna have also get the Herbert the deer back here. He has a microphone. He's not saying much Mark that microphone party foul. Steve sitting over there. Steve you can come over here and say Hello If you'd like to say, Hello. I know you like being, you know, the center of attention to. Yeah. Do even know what camera you're looking at is. There any smell is beard. I'm not smelling smells veer so to top it off though when I got home. I thought I picked up the Texas cowboy beard oil, but now Texas bourbon beard oil. So this is a little different. I dunno bourbon beard oil smell it. Some. I can smell it. Smell is face stave. Smell good this whiskey? Hold it. Like, the must disgusting thing. I've ever seen in my life a little like eighties porn. Thing. I just threw up in my mouth. It's love here. We're not taking the bus this week, by the way. Do you know that told you that I heard we're taking a van? So we got shows San Angelo, Texas, which falls Texas in Salina, Kansas. We're going to have fun road trip in party foul. Steve's gonna do the driving. That's interesting is scary. That's why I've heard he's a trooper. But he scary. I mean, he's a he's a grunt, man. He'll get after it. What do you think about this whole? I want to talk about the show here. Two minute. We we'll get into that. But I wanna know, what do you think? S you couple of questions shown 'cause I love you. And I love your honesty. You've never lied to me that I know of now and you're just a good, dude. We think by this whole black face controversy. Like, what point time to people just decide to get outraged about everything and say, okay, we're onto the next thing now. Yeah. Because now you're digging all these old because let's face it black face used to be a thing. I mean, people would do it either as a costume or a joke, or whatever, you know, going all the way back to Aljosa n- who was paying a Mayes and in many ways attribute. But also in some ways, it was a humor attempt at at a culture. But when he would go black face in kind of pay March to the black minstrels that was what was going on. And so it was a thing. People did it jokingly mockingly. Is it disrespect is it would give me your honest opinion on that deal. When I when I saw the Gucci sweater with the, you know, the little mass that goes over in like, they no sense to me. Yeah. I think I think like point to me one. Are we going to stop trying to stretch everything out? So be racism of be offended. I didn't think right away when I saw all my guy. Black ugly sweater like I'm not gonna buy switch that goes over my mouth like this weird in general, grad lips. Yeah. Big red lips. And you know, a white. I was offended because nine hundred dollar sweater is coochie colors Gucci colors are black and red and they have green. So at this point. It's like is it a are you going to fended or you do want to be or do you not do you care? I think it was pointless. And I think I think we're paying too much too much attention to that like Jimmy Fallon did the same thing when he does humor share. So when when when is it okay for somebody to do? And when. Okay. From somebody not to do it, isn't it? Okay. Because in a sense has liberal view. So he's only doing because he's a comedian. But if you were to do black face, and I was thinking on it like if you did face, we'd probably lose all our subscribers people will get attacked like everybody points. Like, why can she get away with what you can't because you're conservative, and he's liberal, you know, it's just one of those things where it's where's tone the line? I mean. Challenge. Gambino did it on his show on Atlanta? He he's black. But he went into a white face there. Whiteface? He did Whiteface face was thing. It was a white face black face. It was kind of like a Michael Jackson cross. And you know, absolute first came out. Low got check it out because a lot of people wouldn't if I didn't realize who it was I was Donald Glover in the character people's like sarcastic, like wait. Should we be offended is this offensive? Wait. I don't know. But this is great. This is intelligent. It's not until wait. And it's just like to people trying to pick nitpicking when they wanna be offended or don't wanna be offended. Right. So to me, it's just why call a recreational outrage, and that's what it is is is people they get off on it. And we just did a recent episode on Huber me about getting offended. It was an offence. It was an offensive episode. We had our friend. Caroline Picard is a comedian on there. She dropped no less than eight or nine F bombs on there, which you deleted. I mean, you bleep them out a lot more than that. Favorite word. Well, she said that she's what was it. She said that the people they could they'd relax more. They'd get over themselves. If they just said if they said the F word. I didn't think visit episode. I loved it. I thought it was great great. And I think is real it's nothing. That's what I think people eats relaxed. I think we're getting to the point where people aren't relaxing more people aren't enjoying enjoying life anymore is a watch. The mister Rogers neighborhood documentary yesterday won't you be my neighbor. And there's a point where it's like this be happy. Enjoy like step trying to tack everything his his documentary was you know, based on the media tension on a different path. What to me is still the whole embodiment of is this just be happy life like listen joy. And we're not enjoying life. When we're nitpicking on every little thing and getting offend by everything. Everybody needs a rub a little bourbon beard oil all over their bodies. Jason's of metro sexual. He's a metro sexual. He is he loves his body. But he loves you told you about body butters thing that I love about our team is we're also vein. You're not. Too little. You're not you play it off pretty well. Steve Powell party foul. Steve is is he's he's he's a true narcissist. He loves himself. You do don't you? You do you have. He said you have to love yourself Regan. Love others. That's a Steve philosophies, you write a book party fell party. Yeah. Chapter not. Party foul rules what s. Do that skit back in eighty nine when he headed like they had like a little poem. What was the segment call again candy? Yeah. Candy was long. It was that we should do. Deep. Thoughts thoughts do something with forty dollars? Sure. That'd be a good segment. We're going to have we're going to start. Introducing. We're going to film some this week our on the road. Party foul on the prowl is going to be part of humor me that's going to be a great segment. We've. Not picking up chill. We won't we won't ever let that evidence. Get out Stephen whever prowl ping women Rowling if you problem back to back to Sean calling himself a predator. Yeah. You guys are being educated today. If you're listening in. So Jason Hernandez. He's he's Irish he's. Jason Hernandez is St. Sean co-producer. So I guess I'm gonna have to have him on the show too. Because he's probably he'd be jealous. If he knew that we were just sitting here, we should talk about a more like it. I like Jason Jason my man. Here's what I love about. Jason. So Jason is perpetually single. He is a he is a bachelor he wants to be a bachelor he doesn't wanna have children. He has no children. He's already thinking about having a vasectomy insane. And he actually sought my council on getting a vasectomy. And I was like have added dating this stuff anywhere. It's a fantastic freedom. But now you. The Jason's beautiful because he's a good looking dude. And because we don't we don't travel with slouches good. He's a good looking dude. Women love him. And he'll talk to anyone man. I that's my wife the other day. I said he will he he's opposite of me because I'm a little I'm from New York. I had I don't wanna talk to anybody. I'm not fry it all just have this little edge on me for Jason Leary. You had to some extent. But Jason Little of conversation with anybody. Anyone anyone and it's not threatening. No, it's not. It's very it's it's we go to let me go to hockey. And he knows that he'd go to the old black lady in, you know, Tucker to get her into to to get better seats. How do you do that? Like, I go by this look intimidate because my Bearden by flow locks then you look like a terrorist or whatever. But Jason he does does it. He's he's knows how to go to people and women and this star conversations amazing. I was watching him work the other night in Nashville. We were all we went to that. What was the name of that bar? We were at the ten route tin roof yet. It was a event called the bus call the bus call. Yeah. Yeah. It was like their annual thing where they have all the bands come up. They played three songs peace. And there were there was a group of girls travel impacts. Yeah. They don't. They're never alone. They're they're always have their they're protecting each other in the heard me too. So anyway, there were group of. Particularly pretty girls. I mean, they were they were very attractive. Ladies one was specifically attractive, and I saw Jason's eyes light up when she came in. And but he made a beeline right over there. He he hits a fight through. I mean because when I was a little bit older. I mean when he had to get through the he had to as a as a Mexican he had to climb the wall he had to get over the wall of estrogen yet, it was protecting the pretty one. Yeah. I think about the wall. It was an estrogen wall Jason being the good Mexican that. He is he clammed right over he got in. I don't even think of I don't I don't know what where he hails from where his family came from Texas. We joke about Mexican. But he's a most got one of those Rico swampy kulaks to him. Like, he's not Aztec. He's. He's from Pueblo. He's never lived in a clay house. He strict Dallas do state American American. It was funny when we did the video couple of weeks ago when we did Jim cost at the wall. And we were coming up with these ideas where I was Jim Acosta, and I was walking alongside the barn door. People were coming out behind us and y'all through the pin yacht at me. And and all that, and it sounded so much worse than we were describing what we were going to do them the way the video actually turned out. It was actually a clean shot. It was good. But Jason we were like we need some barrows when he pinatas because we're doing a group text message and finally tasing goes and no before anyone asks I do not have these items laying around my house. Like bullshit. You do do do somewhere. I'm having ever once Mexican and you don't have corona in the refrigerator, sure, buddy. He looked Dellagha. He was Lyson Lomb as he was texting. Trust me. Party foul. Steve. Are you still sick? You're still sick. Steve refuses to admit when he said, well what happened in Nashville? He was sick. He stayed in bed. I've flew him to Nashville. So I got back, and I was I was complaining about Steve my wife goes he went to national. Yes. She goes. I don't think he was going over. Said no flew over there. So he could recuperate from the flu. He's he stayed the bed potatoes ate a lot of hot fried chicken that trip. Yes, we did. We went to party foul. Not not Steve's party fell. Didn't go to that party. Party foul f o w l is eight I don't know how to bees which do you like better tatty bees? Tasted Hetty as I think, they're chicken. If people hate this word, it's more moist. I like the word moist. It's moist this moist is juicy choosy Hattie bass like it's so if you're doing chicken, I can't believe I'm talking about fried chicken with the black man. I mean, it has to go down that route think. Yeah, I don't like grape soda though. So hurry, look, dude. You ain't got a lot of kick. It. Drink the hell out some Kool-Aid though. No, I I think if you frying chicken the problem is. Breasts dry out too much. That's a phrase, no one has ever said your breasts are to dry, but that's because the dark me, I'm chicken wing fanatic. You know, this about me. I I could eat chicken wings every day of my life. And I try to do my always right now. As a matter of fact, we'll eat wings for lunch. Yeah. Somewhere someplace there's wings waiting on us. I gotta get back on Kito as we talk about wings. Yeah. Again, three pounds. The woman Mark a woman the smoke means that we had the diners water's really good where the merchants wasn't the merchant diner. Oh, yeah. Smoked wings. I forgot about that. I didn't drink so much whisking. I remember a lot more about life. I have it all documented it's all this is going to be an episode. I think people realize that this episode the show. Humor means go right into a deep world of Chas drinking drinking. I drink a lot of whiskey. I mean, there's no question about it. My mother's ashamed I'm ashamed. But. You've seen me. Do it. Whiskey? I don't you. I drink. I call it. My apple juice. You know, what I'm on stage or whatever. And I know. I don't like I don't care for beer, and I've had two beers yesterday at the Bulrod, and I had two years for this was all that was in my sweet you have to. I was in a suite shawny. I'm sorry. I left my sweet to go to another sweep that had actual whiskey in it. And I was so anyway, I I don't know what that is. But I like beer gets like eating a loaf of bread to me. Al sip wine. I used to drink more wine you want drinker. Yeah. My wife, and I will try to at least a bottle of red week dude, you're bragging a week, but we'll drink off in one day. So it's we're bad with red wine red wines, my favorite don't like sweet wine. No, that's okay. I'm gonna wash my tone. But yeah, we don't do sweet wines and my house. I'm a man with. Doing. I'm not doing watch my tone. I'm not doing Scott. I'm sorry. What is what does it mean by wife? My wife didn't drink wine. She thought wine was nasty. And then we got married. Yeah. And I turned her into alkies. I've introduced adventure deuce my wife to a couple of things like for instance. She's she loves doses. She'd never had dosekun until I guess about a year ago. And we were having I was eating wings one day. And I I was drinking a dose. He's one of my rare occasions to drink beer, and she had a sip of it. And immediately boom fell in love with it. That's all she drinks doesn't really she loves doses. See do beer it's either blooded Honey by revolver because but it's heavy so that's really heavy here. But I do that with like a burger and once in a while Modell Delo dabble in Alabama. But I'm just. Vodka on the rocks. Come out with a one, man. See I know people by what they drink. You know, Steve is a party fails, a whisky and whiskey and soda guy. Club soda. I'm a straight whiskey drinker. Little bit on the rocks. I like drinking like we have the whiskey back here. We're going to decorate the set out with some redneck Rivera. Yeah. Which is a good whiskey. Yeah. And at twenty three twenty four dollars a bottle. It's deal. You'd think I make money off the stuff, but I don't. I spend money on Mark. What do you drink? Do you drink beer and whiskey certain whiskey that you like? TX is good. Yeah. TX is is it's a blended here in Fort Worth. Nice live in Illinois. It's on it. Yeah. Which we're in Irving, we're not in Fort Worth. But yeah, I was little put a trivia. I was the tour guide at TI whiskey for about three years every sadly. Yeah, I was a blast for me. That was that was back before I became someone in. County that was my that was my entertainment outlet. I'd take about fifty people through. On that tour to our tour. It was it was good. I don't wanna cross my legs like them a block my logo. Did you see the logo? I did see kind of thing. It's kind of amazing then let say bad ass. I don't know. You'll have to say I said bullshit earlier. I like it. I like it. We took for those of you listening. We took a moment to admire the logo the sitting on front of watching. We're gonna put this on YouTube these going to be on YouTube. And I yeah, I don't know. Who knows tell me? Thanks. You know, we'll put it on Blace making the first one is not making sorry guys. We're we're not gonna tell me my my said, right? But that's what I'm going to be on the show. She said, Sean, you're not good good. Wow. Wife, like thank you like just talked to fast, and you know, your mind's going so fast. I'm like, thanks for thanks for that. Appreciate it some fell in love with that though. She was some swiped right on something. You talk way better than Herbert the deer. I mean. He doesn't chime in on anything. He's looking right. Heavy this kind of creative. He looks kinda shocked look at his eyeballs on camera. He just looks like boom. Like, he's stunned. He's like this is this is the way he died right there with that look on his face before the truck hit him by him. Total this body, but the well preserved head is now sitting in studio twenty two hanging out with he's Justice about a whiskey drinking. No, I'm fine with it. Judge me all the way I like whiskey. Whiskey drinker. On the van when the van I mean, it was great on the bus the bus is right. Because we could, you know, sit back in work that was working most of drinking. And we're gonna be in van now. Yeah, we'll have the TV on it though. TV on the van. Okay. It's going to good. Yeah. We're gonna watch a lot of Vince videos. Nope. Okay. Vince Moreno is flying in the mar morning. We gotta get the van this afternoon. This conversion van, I mean, it's nice. I don't we got to figure out our packing situation. We might have to rent a trailer and pull it we'll see because we gotta take gear and there's not that much room to do stuff to do things. Yeah. Because her captain's chairs all through the thing. So we'll have a good time. We're gonna party. Yeah. Steve's not. That's great. We have a gopro. We're gonna put a go for a gopro in affronts. Yeah. The whole thing. So let's talk about that. So let's talk about humor me because Huber me is the new show. We've got we've to episodes in on blaze TV. We just kind of making this thing up as we go along. I like that to some extent. Yes. Yeah. I mean, there's a plan. I think you have a great plan. I think we have a great team with us. And. Yup. I think as we're building out we're seeing what works and what doesn't work in. We're seeing you know, how you and party traveling the road. I think is just trying to figure out what makes it easier for you to tell your story to get your your life and your aspects. Yeah. I think why love it because we've got great guests, and we've been able to sit down with some really great people and will continue to do that. But it's also you're just getting perspective on it's not a political show. It's a I'm not saying that we won't do some politics because I'm a political junkie. I love that stuff. But it's it's kind of a macro view of culture and life. You know, what what what's it like to be gay? What's it like, you know to be a parent? What's it like to talk to Jason about the gay thing? What's? It like to be, you know, black in America. What's what's it like to, you know, what's what's sex all about what's faith all about? And so it's no nothing's off limits with it. And I love that about it. And we're just asking real honest stuff. You know, we're going to what we're going DC at the end of the month will be at CPAC conservative political action conference, which is against that's the biggest conservative conference annually. Yeah. These things are so weird. Now, it's everywhere. It's it's I think like you say, it's it's what it is markets, a conservative slut convention is what is it really? Is there? Mark. He knows what we're talking about some stuff. Yeah. Get bags. You didn't know he's conservative girls again freaky. They give free Indies e. It's a mess are married men. Yes. Yes. I think I think I think default on your story along its identity. It is humor me. And it's just a point where it's like listen on and talk about in this forgo. Let's let's have an agreement or disagreement. But this is talk about this having a conversation. And right now, you know, a lot of the people that we've had on. Yes, they're more conservative Leinen. But it'd be great to start getting people that aren't conserving. Yeah. Because that's not going to always be true cause we love people from all walks of life. I love my thing is if you are how we doing on time, Mark Medway. Thirty minute. Okay. We'll get. So we got. So, you know, the thing that I tell people like we have people who now that we've moved over to blaze TV, obviously, blaze media has always been immediately. You think of Glenn Beck. And so you have people out there who don't like Glenn. I love Glenn. I think Glenn Glenn. I mean, he's he's made his life with his opinion. You don't have to agree with everybody's opinion. If you're rock-solid in your convictions, and you listen to someone that you don't agree with will. That'll do one of two things it will it will either solidify your convictions and beliefs or it will challenge you to rethink them. And if you need to rethink them, then by all means, rethink them. So I encourage people listen to the folks that you disagree with you on the podcast about a year ago. We had Harmon Leon on as a guest. He's a he, you know, he hates Trump. He's gone so journalist who goes in. Infiltrates everything from westboro Baptist church to the KKK, and he goes out, and he tries to find hate groups, and he joins them just to get their perspective on things. I try to join a kick AK when the you could be a whole new Chapell skit right there. My workout down the funniest Dave Chapelle skit was when he was the black guy who was blind, and then no he was black. That's awesome. And he was a white supremacist. Clean biggby. Larry did you ever see this Japan show where he was they did cribs? In he comes in. And he had Donald poor eggs in the refrigerator. And he's rich you one I'm starting to hat, donnas oriented stuck out. It is. It is a Dick's decision. Because they head off and starts cooking. The duck. He's a mess. Anyway, Harmon Leon had him on hates Trump wrote book like he wrote a book called like Trump's America. Whatever any tried to portray everyone that voted for Trump is being basically KKK member. And you know, he joined the extreme. But I enjoyed his perspective. I enjoyed listening to him. Although obviously, I didn't agree with him or his methods. But I I enjoyed having talk with him. And at the end of the conversation. He goes, you know, I thought he said I kinda thought this was going to be like, Sean Hannity thing where you just going to attack me the whole time. And I was like now we having a conversation you can talk without Haney. It's. I think that's it's so it's everything is eight right now. Everything is Louie. Hey, if you don't agree with what you have to hate them. And so are -ther my manager in LA, you Arthur, he was a Clinton voter back when you know, Bill ran, and then I think he probably voted for Obama the first time, and then he converted over and. You know, he's he's a Trump supporter. Now, he was on the phone with him today. Trump supporter in the entertainment industry in Hollywood. It's it's hard to believe, but they do exist. He called me this morning. And he was telling me about a friend of his that he's known for forty years in the entertainment business in a guy. He read me the Email. The guy said, you know, I can't believe so and so told me that you are now at Trump lover, you know, this orange monkey you know, you and him should be in the same cage. Together, you're not my friend anymore and all the stuff, and I was like, you know, they didn't make a lot of sense. I mean, that's yes, Trump has foot in mouth disease, or he's misspoken many many times. But you know, what I tell people tell me one thing that Donald Trump has done since he's been in office because he hasn't been straight conservative. You've been very moderate in what he's done very moderate. You can't tell me one thing. He said that others haven't said, I mean, you talk about border wall border security, all that stuff. Every every democrat out. There has said the same thing in the last ten years. It was just as I think somebody posted a video on the blaze about this pretty much. Compared his speech with Obama speech. Yeah. And pretty much it was word for word, whoever cut it. But it seems it's exactly the same speech. It's just a whole against like, oh, you it's from Trump. So it's the worst thing ever. Yeah. But Obama said the same thing as like, oh, well, you know, he he didn't really mean it or it was fine. Because it was Obama's just write this, the hate always anger. No matter. What if you if you re I don't agree with Trump? I don't care for Trump. I don't care for Clinton care for Kamala. Harris, I don't care for politics. But it's I don't, hey, it's like, oh, my God, Trump Trump did it like you said episode, Trump can cure cancer. He works still gonna hate him. No matter what you have to hate them. That's the deal. You can't just disagree with them. These days you have to hate him. And that's the deal. It's it's. It's a back to that recreational outrage thing, it's everything has to be your dictated outrage. I think Glenn Beck wrote that book called dicta to outrage title last book. Yeah. Thing too. Yeah. Exactly. But people are addicted to it like you have to be it has to be over the top. But the point I was gonna make earlier is you can't tell me one thing that Donald Trump. I mean, really you can't tell me one thing that he's done. That's been hasn't been pro America. It's been I mean, his best intentions have been there. No matter what. Yes, he's misspoken. But every action he's taken. He gave a great state of the union address. The I mean, you know, look, you know, Nancy. Let's everybody the Nancy clap I wanna make I want to work on that. She looked like the blue mom on arrested development. Lucille, Lucille, blue. Yeah. Oh. Chick man chewing on her. She's got to be on cocaine. Right. Why she choose her mouth kept say that when we were watching the state of the union fill you kept saying that she looks like she's on co gains. He's done some gain. I don't know. I don't know. Okay. Really, I told you ain't got a lot of kick. It I really haven't cocaine. Your black nude from. From Brooklyn, does crack crack exactly you have to your teeth or two good. No, I, but but Trump has been pro America he has been and that's his his approval rating as of today. Fifty two percent really that's a high approval rating. Hi approval rating. Yeah. Approval rating came out at a fifty two percent. What was it like eighty five percent? Eighty seven percents of the like that approved of the state of the union. They liked it gave it to. I honestly think he's gonna wanna second-term. Well, if they're going to try out people like Cory Booker and camera Harris, and if they say, oh ANC is trying to put a bin and Beethoven's Ode. Sweet Lord Jesus happens. I mean, even if Clinton comes back in I think might as well just run. Yeah. I mean, they're going to the Democratic Party. The new socialist party is they're going to trot out about thirty candidates. It's going to be a an absolute circus because these people, okay? So here's thing. So they've built they've built everything they've done on outrage, and they built everything on this shock and horror and own my gun. It turns into a circular firing squad. Because if that's your modus operandi, if that's your MO, and you're going to go at it. Everything has got to be outrageous and who can out left each other. That's what you're gonna have because these days. Who's who's the CEO? Starbucks Schultz who put in his bid, he says, you know, he basically went out on a on a on a feeler tour just to see if there was any interest. And he was going to put his hat in the ring as an independent what he's a lifelong democrat. They crucified him because he's a billionaire. So you're out of touch. You can't be a successful person. I me my God. Do you really want a former bartender that was making two thirty? Plus tips every hour to be your president. I mean ASC that's a joke. I mean, I don't want party fouls to party fell. Steve to be my president. I love you, my friend, but I don't want you. I don't want you to be my president the president of your fan club vehicle. You don't need one. You have me. Yeah. But I think I think I mean, I think he's gonna win a second time because I think he's had a party is it is a circus right now. It's funny when you know Showtime, I think it was a had a documentary about that during the campaign about being a circus. And I think it hasn't slowed down he's gotten worse. If you can't if you if you left the party, if you left at the results of the sixteen presidencies yourself, we gotta come back. We gotta get out of office. You shouldn't still be thinking of thrown thirty people at a circumstance who's gonna win it who's in. Are we gonna give to Bernie Sanders, again, you're gonna be going be beta it's gonna be Kamala Harris is gonna be Cory Booker mean? Cory Booker had his chance, you know, years ago. And then Obama came in that took that away from him. But we'll ask the thing. That's the thing because they're gonna crucify other. It's gonna be fun. That's their MO. I can't wait to watch it. I mean, it is going to be a circus. It's gonna be crazy. Yeah. I mean, I'm really just waiting to see Clinton runs again. Because I think that's gonna be bonkers demented. Is what that anchors? I mean this woman. He started thinking about it. This woman's nuts. I mean, she's she's she's pure nuts. Most women are not not knows fence. But here's the thing though. Even even see here's why Hillary would be even worse if she runs this time because. She's not left enough. You know, she used to be as a classic. Democrat whatever that, you know, as you know, she was a JFK type democrat with very conservative ideas that all of a sudden realized that she had to become more left in order to be relevant to her party. And that's exactly what she did. She changed her tune on on guns. She changed her tune on gay marriage and on down the list, all these different things in that murdered a bunch of people. But I don't know. Anyway, the. Hey, we say nothing's off limits on this show. So no, I don't I don't think Hillary Clinton had all those people killed. Anyway. So. Herbert pervert the deer feeling Herber today. Right. Herbert the deer. Probably is the victim of. She got our cannata are Kansas Arkansas that whatever you call. It. Arkansas added. Not suicide at Arkansas. Real real player quit working to. Great property, if you aren't watching this show, you're missing out sort of just telling you know, you're missing out. You don't get did put them bear to today for this show. 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He would competitions like Crowder Crowder's me a little competition. Not like competition compasses creative. You can you. Can you can get on there? You can take Glenn Beck's name in vain. Is so much hate towards the Cima. It's like other channels. You could you could look at other shows. You don't have to just watch Glenn to support Glen you're supporting a lot of people a lot of people. I mean, you don't all work for Glenn. Yeah. A lot of people and I love Glenn. Don't get me wrong. I I mean, I've done a lot of shows with Glenn in. You know? I love Glenn. Appreciate glints perspective. He's a smart guy. Do agree with him on everything. No. He doesn't agree with me. I don't care. This is. I mean, it's just you're just paying for cable. You're paying for something. I if I don't watch every channel on cable on TV. I don't watch ESPN ESPN two ESPN you if I don't wanna watch it. I change the channel. You don't wanna watch Glenn? You can still watch chatshow humor me with Chad right there. Yeah. Party foul. Steve's on it. My wife Jade's on it. We got the Reverend Harold Swindell. He's on their herald herald swindle triggered triggered. We got triggered Dubose. We got a axel Bartholomew. Can't even that guy. Axles going to be on there. He's he was a rock legend in his day. And now he's eaten up with rashes STD's. But he's got a lot of lot of Mexico, CPAC, two, axle, CPAC, axel, Bartholomew and. I think that's the last night. We'll see up for debate. All I could ever remember his act. So be excellent. Be kind of axel be it. Yeah. Can't anyways, it's going to be that's gonna be fun. So in folks this week will get to this week's episode. You'll get a real big dose of Harold Swindell. Yeah. Jason is kind of right now. I haven't seen each raising money for the jet raising money for the plane gonna be fun is dance from the plane dance with me, plying people were gonna be people are going to join that character. Yeah. Trigger triggers people. I think, but it's funny because when you watch your comments people were like people like, oh, I love triggers thoughts. And again, it's you know, it's. The stretch. But it's like, it's a character people. It's a character. It's a character. There's a lot of people that don't realize that they triggers a real person. Yeah. I mean, Israel in our world, of course course, of course, he is. Of course. I mean, we should do parts on now. About to trade abo-. Mandalay Mont trigger a lot of a lot. They're relieving on the cutting floor. Now. I love love the deal where he was man spreading. That was funny. Jason did a good job with that a great job in shots on trigger. A perfect talk goes riding on a great, Sean. We're gonna get on the road tomorrow. We're going to spend a lot of time this week in a bus in a van. Space is getting smaller. All right. We we're going to upgrade again soon eventually risk Ryo people needs to subscribe. So we get more money for the show. So I think we need a humor me bus crtv. Blaze TV needs to come up off some of that money any come up off some of that money on my pay grade guys. Yeah, I'm just the predator on this team. Yeah. So if you're listening to this program powers that be at blaze TV. Weed bus money when he must bus call as right bus. Cal wrapped with Sean face party files. Face and Jason's metrosexual face. He is very much on his pocket. And he says he's looking he's pretty mad. Tells me every day. Well, my wife is in love with you. And Jason party foul. Steve try to put his tongue in my wife. Mouth on New Year's Eve. Actually, did it Mark for those of you wondering. Yeah. It midnight party Faustina put his tongue. In my wife's mouth. This is what I deal with like he thought their relationship was at that level. Mark. This. Bellizzi mississippi. I just done a show, boom. New Year's Eve Steve's Steve is celebrating. This is why we call him party foul. People are always like, why do you? Call him Bharti Val. Just just hang around. Just hang around. You'll see hang around me and my wife at home. Yeah. You never don't take party Steve to the family reunion. I can tell you that when a job now. Yeah. She's she's not coming out the house, babe. We gotta get outta here. We've got to do some more stuff. So anyway, I love you guys. Sean, thanks for coming on, buddy. As the last time, you tell your wife is not the last time, you're doing this podcast do anything else because she's in the house. Yeah. Exactly. Cut cut the cable off. Don't let her watch humor me with party fell Steve because by some strange stretch of the imagination she might be attracted to the man, which is hard to believe. But it could happen. Look at him over there. I mean, he does have nice locks like me. Yeah. There's a lot of hair going on I travel with a lot of hair. A lot of hair beers can make your smells beard again. Steve come on. It was good. It was like a porno for eighty five you'd liked it. Good smaller one day. I'll stick my face. It moment. Let me smiliar beard here. Here. It does smell good. It's fantastic. That's one of the most disgusting things. I've done in a month right there. Well, here we are studio. Twenty two the the show come into bigger battery better than ever we are on video. You gotta like it. You gotta subscribe it. You gotta leave a review always a five star. Don't leave the one-star crap. We don't care had a guy today who said I posted this week's podcast. The first one back after a month in this guy comment in and said, I will not be watching. Well, thank you for that fantastic input, sir. We appreciate you taking a moment of your time to tell us what you will not be doing so great what a jackass he's missing out hate humans. He's missing out on this. Humans out show. We get we love you. We love you at a blaze, TV dot com slash Chad, use promo code Chad. Get your discount hang out with a stay friends about the podcast about Huber me. And we love y'all. God bless you. 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