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ICYMI - Jesse Williams on "Grey's Anatomy" and Decriminalizing Weed - Extended Interview

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

10:57 min | 3 months ago

ICYMI - Jesse Williams on "Grey's Anatomy" and Decriminalizing Weed - Extended Interview

"You're listening to comedy central. The daily show years edition is brought to you by the. Make me smart podcast. The news comes at you fast and it can be hard to keep up the podcast. Make me smart for marketplace. Is just what you need. It connects the dots about tech culture and the economy and helps you make sense of it. All hosted by Kai Ryssdal in Mali. Would the show actually makes you smart about pretty much everything that's going on right now? Subscribe to make me smart. Wherever you get your podcasts. Please welcome Jesse Williams. Welcome back to the show thank you. It's good to be let you. Have you hear every time you come? Your is getting a little green. All right into your face gets a little like you. How's Life Schreuder? No I wish I was doing great. Yeah enjoying life I am. I'm working hard and playing hard. I'm having fun. Congratulations on another season of Grey's anatomy. This shows being going. How many seasons has been now? We just finished fifteen. And they're like the long season they twenty five hour long episodes season eight episode season throwing shade of Jewish people out there doing real Caesar's what's really impressive about the show for me is like I love watching the show when I was in South Africa. It's huge out there and then I came to the US and it's big and now. There's like a resurgence of people. Because some people watch it on Netflix people binge-watching. I'm told we have more new fans than we do. Existing people are discovering. A new right more of them than there are folks have been diehards forever and it's also generational right. It's fifteen years that means full. Hold a whole. New Generation has been born and turned into a high school or by. Now you get some grandma's parents and their kids are watching it at once. So is a is that ever like we had for you when you have like a generational fan gap. Do you have like a Fan rain? Yeah yeah getting like eighteen. My mom and my grandma and and they're aggressive grandma's in particular. Don't under I tell you elder. He's not playing grandmothers. Do Not Lay. Game Touchy Yes. They're very actually bunch very touch and they've got a firm grip I had. I had one. Grandmother came up to me at a meet-and-greet and then she grabbed my ass and she said to me. I don't have much time. Let's do this. I'm serious I believe it. Yeah it's very there's a lot I will tell you a lot of times. They'll be like in their grip. Yes and there's a whole stomach rob. Ns Part of the photo. But yes I go. Stomach rubbing rubbing. I'd BOOB action. There's a living action best life. Greece anatomy has been show. That's had an impact on many people. Because you know what? We're really intrigued. Me about the show when it kicked off was you have the show that Shonda rhimes created where it spoke to so many issues that are happening in the world but it didn't like specifically or explicitly told them out so for instance. You had a black doctor who had grown up in tough circumstances but it wasn't like his story yes part of his life. You know you had an Asian doctor who was dealing with her family and her world. You had lesbian doctor. Who is struggling with how she told people about sexuality and it's never like this is the show about. Whoa kness in fact I would even say it. It's amazing how rarely we ever if ever we mentioned any right. You just happen to have these people in positions of power and worthy of respect. And they were that's why it's such a pioneering show. Everybody always said you couldn't do that right. Nobody would watch it. Do you think that's why people connected with it? Because it was just it was about human beings and they happen to be started with the heart. It started with extra humanity. And it's not that's not an Asian surgery and that's Yang. That's somebody you love right. Not It's not the black chief foods demonstrating that. He's black by doing or saying something ridiculous yes. Just he's just a Richard Weber. The way you picture like what? What is a black search like this? I the Psych Jive. Yeah but let's talk a little bit about like we'll definitely been somewhere somewhere. It sounds like a sketch. You've been doing it for so long that I feel like you should have an honorary degree I couldn't. I could be a fully insurgent. You know like some you know enough. Fake medicines to do real medicine. I could Mac could slow your death. You know what's funny is like and I think I've said it before I've had I've definitely had at least two instances on a plane where somebody has gone. Is there a doctor on the plane? A flight attendant looks directly at Me Lady. But one thing you know about unlike anybody else on this the one thing about me is. I'm not a doctor. But is that you know these fine. All right just go through the motions. I don't know what this is. How bad of an under stretching doing CPO cabinet's pad next CPR life? Going out of happy. That side Bob yours directing in gray's anatomy as well the episode I Yeah we have another episode. I directed is this Thursday. Congratulations thank you. We're actually I enjoy. Maybe more than acting you enjoyed. Maybe more than it's just something I've always felt like I was going to do. I could do you know into film school. I shot shorts and college. I enjoy it a natural Lucian. I knew it was going to happen. I just didn't WanNA start until I was ready to keep doing it. And by the way you know I've got a great place to do it. A place that I know and love and top notch credible crew and how. How does it work though? When you directing people who you've worked with for so long you take all your grudges. You get to give give people that have been given you know. It's it really. It really helps to be able to speak the language of the actor. It's I found with some directors. They don't quite know how to speak to actors in a way and it's sometimes delicate thing to keep in mind the show. It's been on fifteen years so we actually know characters better than almost everybody else on the set so somebody showing up to twenty five episodes maybe sixteen directors because some repeat. Yes so new people coming in trying to feel out they don't quite know everybody's different personalities and ways you receive information being able to understand how actors work and the way we communicate and you can say a lot with a little more of an emotional conversation than technical rights. Telling them how you would like it without telling them how to do it. It's a bit of a tight rope and we can be a fickle bunch. It's a compensation that you can have which which Which I like I enjoy. I love it when actors getting directing and when they get to control a bit of their crops. A little bit like that. It's comedians where you talk to other stand up. Since you guys kind of speech and language there was a comedian directing you in a movie like we say killing bombing like we use language people. Like I'm sorry. What onstage died. He died stage and then there was one comedian who actually physically died on stage and all of us didn't know what that meant because no because citizens we're like. Oh comedian. I don't station what happens all the time really and then like no died like that people die all the time then it was like no dead dead. Yeah Oh sorry was like weird you know. Let's talk about some of the work that you're doing outside of Grey's anatomy. Yeah one thing that has connected so many people with you and your story is that you have been involved in social justice. You are somebody who said I have a platform and use it to speak out for issues that I that I agree with or disagree against and so one thing. That's been really interesting is now. You've teamed up with Madman. What do we call the cannabis? Company was that like the biggest in the country. Spike Jones and I made a essentially a short film that they put together and we got creative and figure out a way to kind of tell the history of cannabis in this country. It's already fascinating out because you play everyone in the ad and you tell the story of Weed in America and it's like you would think a we'd add leg smug we exactly. It's not that at all right. Look the cannabis boom happening and we so we know that so. We try to come up with something together mechanism as well came up with this great concept of Langston context. We know this boom is about to take off. What is the story of cannabis in this country? Truly because it certainly isn't a bunch of people in Colorado and California discovering and getting. It's not the gold rush and you just discovered golden. You're selling it. It's been around forever. Used to force Africans to grow it on plantations including the first President George Washington and now there's thousands of people locked up in cages for having it in their pocket right. So how did we get there? And so we're telling the story through this brilliant idea that mechanism in spite came up with and we worked on together kind of through with museum series of Dioramas. That take you through. American history contextualized the war on drugs and stop and Frisk and medicinal uses and for our veterans and and so many different ways it can be applied. And it's a it's an important. It's an important issue. I didn't come to it from cannabis as the center. That wasn't my bag. But it was social justice. And it's something that needs to be criminalised because we're not adjudicating fairly we're not enforcing these laws fairly at all. I know the suburbs. It's boys will be boys. Kids will be kids and every movie we watched about coming of age. Partying is super added. Smoke some weed and drinking both of which are totally illegal but we accepted and we laugh at it because it's coming of age but when it's black kids doing our poor kids doing it. They're filling prisons. And it's just not fair fairly let's decriminalize. It is my view and start from there and build up in a sensible manner in a way that makes sense. It's a IT'S A. It's a powerful AD pupil. People have to watch it online to is not legal federally so they competent networks which is an interesting conversation for another day. But yeah congratulations again on crazy man -gratulations on furthering conversations. They always find having you on the show always want Williams the daily show with criminal years addition. 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Car Crash at Cory Booker's Campaign Event & Joe Biden's Support Among Black Women | Jesse Williams

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

31:16 min | 1 year ago

Car Crash at Cory Booker's Campaign Event & Joe Biden's Support Among Black Women | Jesse Williams

"You're listening to comedy central. April thirty two thousand nine hundred. From comedy central's world news headquarters in New York. This is the daily show with Trevor Noah, here's the. Thank you so shooting in. Thank you. Tonight. And an activist now celebrating his tenth year on Grey's anatomy. Jesse Williams is joining us. Also unto night's show. Why black people love Joe Biden, a call crashes? Cory Booker speech. And the pope says snitch is get stitches. So let's catch up on today's headlines. I up if you were planning a vacation to Venezuela this week. I hope you've got trip insurance. Breaking news out of Venezuela. Where an attempted coup is underway. There. You heard that right opposition leader one Guido calling for the military to the sitting President Nicolas Maduro in an early morning. Video Guido saying, quote, the moment is now calling for his supporters to take to the streets and many answering that call that's right as we speak. Venezuela is in the throes of an attempted coup after five years of repression and economic crisis the country has just finally reached a tipping points. Well, it's either that or everyone was just super inspired by watching a vengeance. And game of thrones in the same weekend. And they're like weekend. Although I say I say it's a coup. But according to John Bolton, President Trump's national security advisor and janitor who zone mop this is not a coup. No, the US government says it's not a coup because the US government recognizes Kwan blythedale as the legitimate president. So this is not a you gotta admit America's pretty gangsta about this. Yeah. Yeah. If it likes the people overthrowing the government. It's not a coup. It's just cool. In other international news, ISIS the US coalition may have taken away their caliphate. But apparently, they still have their camera phones the leader of ISIS has reemerged publicly after five years without being seen. The new video appears to show the allusive ISIS leader Abu Bakar Baghdadi giving a pep talk to supporters. It's only the second video of him the first five years ago when he founded the Islamic state tonight Baghdadi acknowledges, his state is in ruins ground underfoot by US led coalition. So he has a new tone. The terror group will live on he says by fighting a long war of attrition along Warwick. Attrition. Us sounds exhausting. Just blow us upload ready Kuttab like an actual wall. Maybe more violent. But at least as a beginning and an end because I'm picturing ISIS finding lots of little ways just to irritate us forever because instead of terrorism which they can't afford anymore. There's going to stand in front of us at the ice cream council, and it's going to try all the. Favors. Can I try again again, you just tried to? Yes. But now I want to see what the tastes like after chocolate. Assholes moving onto something -nology news today. Mark Zuckerberg announced some major changes to Facebook and Instagram. Yeah. First of all complete makeover for Facebook. And I know personally, I can't wait for my mom to call me and ask me what the hell happened to her Facebook. So on the one hand, it is cool that Facebook is trying to improve how people use the apps, but it turns out some people are using these apps in ways, you might have never expected you've heard of steak Haitians, but how about fake -cations and the Brassica based company called fake of vacation is helping people do that on social media. The company superimposes pictures of you onto backdrops I've things like Hawaii, the Grand Canyon and other popular vacation spots. Now, you may think this is a bit over the top. But it seems to actually be a growing trend a survey by travel site jet cost says around ten percent of people admitted to putting fake travel photos on their social media pages hosting photos of. Fake trips. Guys, come on that is so sad. If you wanna make other people on social media jealous. Don't you just do it the old fashioned way by pretending you in a happy relationship. You know, they sleep in separate bedrooms. Don't believe the hype. And by the way, why would you take a trip to the beach? It was like a waste of faking. Let me tell you something. Now, if I'm faking trips, I'm thinking the shit out of them. Yeah. Oh, you went to the Catskills. That's cool. I spent the weekend in space. That's where I'm faking. Oh, and why don't you check out? My instant stories you'll see my sleep over at the pope's house. All yeah. Hey, haters will say it's Photoshop and the hate is would be correct. And by the way, if you want to hear more about my sleepover at the pope's, I'm sorry. He doesn't want anyone talking about. It's pope Francis is telling hairdressers to quit gossiping and salons he said that to some dally Barbara's in hairdressers who were on a pilgrimage to Rome. The pope warned them to avoid the temptation of gossiping with their clients. The pope said that they should instead treat all of their clients with kindness and always offer good words of encouragement. The pope is telling headdresses not to gossip. That's a widdly specific thing to preach. Like, it feels like the pope is using God for his own personal issues. You know, he's just like after much prayer. The Lord came to me. And he said the niece needs to shut her mouth. Okay. Okay. Really? God said, that's you yet totally said that he also said can you please Marmi ten bucks? Yeah. And by the way, you notice that he's only against headdresses gossiping, not cost of in general, generally didn't say no one should headdresses and Baba's constantly no gossip because gossip is the bedrock of the church. Yes. It's why they call it the gospels s it's basically just Matthew Mark, Luke, and John spilling all the teachers like girl, and then he went in the temple stuttered whipping that asks you should have seen him. He was he's coming. Hey, jesus. And also like priests con hate gossip because their job is to have people whisper there since two you come tell people not to gossip and then be like, okay now come into my wooden telephone booth and tell me how many times you masturbate. All right. That's the headlines. Let's move on to our top story. There's only five hundred and fifty two days until the presidential election. So let's catch up on the democratic primary race in our ongoing segment. Willed war d. There were now twenty candidates running in the democratic primary race. Which is an insane number. I mean, look at all those faces look at all of those faces. And because there are so many faces many of the candidates are having a hard time getting any media coverage. So they're trying anything to make a splash bell rock went to Yosemite national park to announce a five trillion dollar plan to fight climate change. But no one has heard about it. It's like that old saying if a candidate announces a policy in the forest, and there's no one around to hear it. Then does a bear shit on its meanwhile, John Hickenlooper, he's trying to get people to look at his new trade plans, and Jay Inslee is still trying to convince people he actually exists. He's just like, I swear I'm a real candidate. I swear I was in the picture. They showed on the daily show your sonic, the hedgehog. No, I'm the other guy your LA Eric swallow who's Eric's while out. Exactly, I don't know any of these guys. In fact, it's so hard to get attention right now that Cory Booker was almost run over during a speech, and it barely made the news Senator Cory Booker, his latest speech was interrupted by a minivan that careened into. A building where he was speaking your your House Republicans passed the Bill. We say this was an accident. Senator Booker did go on with the event. Once the building was declared to be structurally safe. Wow. That is crazy. Cory Booker is so boring. He's making people who are not even in the room fall asleep. That woman is just driving posh. She's like what's happening to me. Now, the police were saying this was just an accident. And that there was no ill intense. Although if I was a terrorist and my plot failed. That's what I would also say, yeah, I'll just played off as an accident. It probably happens more than we think I'm sure there's like some guy who tried to blow up Starbucks, and then he's suicide vest failed. Right. Just walked in. I would like a pumpkin spice latte, please. Yeah. Yeah. So many Democrats are struggling to get noticed. Right. But one candidate's has no problem at all. And that's vice presidents and professional tickle monster. Joe Biden yesterday, he kicked off his campaign with a rally outside, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Joe Biden at the first rally of his twenty twenty campaign surrounded by labor union supporters in battleground, Pennsylvania, the major more obliga- of our time is to restore rebuild them respect the backbone of America the middle class. The stock market is roaring. But you don't feel it. I make no apologies. I am a union, man. I am a union, man. So good campaign line in the terrible mobile superhero. How are we going to stop Thanos? I don't know. But I got to give us free dental coverage. And although Biden, maybe zeroing in on one voting block in particular. He's not forgetting the rest of the country. Choose hope over fear unity over division. We're always do better. React as one America. Donald Trump is only president is the only president who's decided not to represent the whole country. The president has his base. We need a president who works for all Americans. Yes. That's the way America has gotten to candidates now have to promise if they get the job they'll be the president of the whole country. It's crazy because thanks to Trump. That's not a foregone conclusion anymore. You realize that because he got into the White House, and he was like, California suck a fat. Dick, New York. Same to you all the people who voted for Hillary, except my mom, Wisconsin. So you Friday, Florida every Friday, baby. So Biden's, first speech seemed like it was hitting all the right notes connecting with all the people. But there was one thing that keen observers milk. Just the form of vice president was little out of practice. When it came to saying words, I have to rethink how we define what constitutes a successful economy. They see work resist a means to an end not the end in themselves in themselves the same as happening. The big big hospital system for for the United food and commercial workers in Boston medical research to convert to conquer devastating diseases like cancer, the UAW took inextricable cuts in their future. The country wasn't built by Wall Street, bankers CEO's and hutch hedge fund man, it was built by the Hodge fund manages. Man, Joe Biden, it's one thing to mess up in the middle of a sentence. It's another thing to stumble when you're trying to rally tramps. I mean, there are truths. Like it loses all energy. Can you imagine if Qinglian either slipped up like that would have changed three hundred forever? There's is slenda. I mean. Guys. I totally said spotted pow. I said, why are you opening you? What do we what do we do? We're going to turn them against what we're doing. Now. That's why Trump has a huge advantage over every other candidates. Have you noticed when he makes a mistake? He doesn't need a trip him up. Just creates a new reality any plows right through. Yeah. Because if he did that he'd be like there's country wasn't built by hedge fund managers and hunch friend managers, which is also a thing. Hutch funds. People forget about Hodge. But not me. I know all about Hodge podge in Geneva. The hutch sonic hutch. Hutch so much is. And look, obviously, all politicians misspeaking. Sometimes right. But because Trump has started a narrative that Biden is old and losing his wits Biden con afford any slip-ups literally every day on Twitter. Trump is calling Biden sleepy Joe, that's his nickname for him. Which is. With you have to admit. I mean, it's like a strange slam sleeping is just a basic human function. We like look at him. He sleeps what? I will say this though, if Joe Biden goes up against Trump. I can't wait to see those attack ads. You find in says he wants to be your president. But is he too sleepy for the job? I'm short chicken chicken. Tar tar. 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But I do find it interesting that Biden has especially strong support among black women. A lot of people are wondering why that is. So to help us find out let's turn to an actual black woman. Do say Sloan everybody. Conundrum say help me understand. Why so many black women leading toward Joe Biden. Our political shit travel. Oh, I understand because you love interests. And now you have to look for another three, man. That's why you said, no, I'm sad. Because now I got to kill somebody. Okay. Let's let's move on focus focus on politics. Why do you think Biden is doing so well with black women like many people expected black women to support Corey book? Oh, the Harris. Well, let me break it down for you, Cory and Kamla are fine. But if I'm completely honest, if I'm completely honest, they got a bit of an image problem. I mean, Cory is nice. But here my cousin tattletale, you know, even when no one asked just niche input eleven a game. Kamla looks like I mean by sprint civil, you know. You know? She's just like toll say I want. What's best for you? Which is why I'm giving you the tension Corey. Thank you for coming right to me. Okay. Okay. I see what you're saying of an image. But it doesn't explain why black women then don't go for someone like this with water. And then I mean, she's a dressed specific issues that black women have like reparations the black maternal mortality rate. Why women going with like a guy who's got the crime Bill in and need a hill on his record. Listen, don't get me wrong younger black women. What probably go with Elizabeth Warren. But for older black women, they're gonna go by because if Biden becomes president that Obama is back in the White House. That's not true. Bama cont be president again. Joe Biden wins. He's going to invite Obama over for dinner and wears dinner the White House. Oh. Oh, back of the White House. I'm going to sneak you, but it's all we got. Okay, fine. So maybe that explains black women support. But what's interesting to me that Democrats overall seem to be going with Biden, which which is strange considering how diverse and fresh most of the other candidates, all of course, gap, this this is just a simple case of millions. Famiglia dick. Listen, I know what I'm talking about. Okay. There's that one dude you've been hooking up with four years. Right. And sometimes you try someone different. But you always go back to him. That's familiar. Listen, you know, how? Well, it does. What it does? I mean, thirty seven thousand draws on a town. What does the dick, you know? I can safely say I didn't know that women categorized. Dick that way. We got a million dick broke dick rates. Mediocre dig always, let's you borrow his car. Okay. So if I understand what you're saying. You're saying Joe Biden's politics is the familia penis that the Democrats wished to return to now you're getting diplomatic? Can. Don't encourage her. As a voter. And as a black woman who do you prefer Famiglia, dick or new dick neither apper for British. Stick. Say. You gotta leave. Daily show. My guess tonight is an actor a director and an activist who stars in the long running hit ABC series Grey's. And that's me. Please welcome. Jesse williams. Welcome back to the show. Thank you. It's good to be here. Every time you come is a little green. All right. Freese gets a little like you. How's life Schreuder? No. I wish it what little thing. How how doing great you enjoying life? I am I'm working hard and playing hard. I'm having fun. Congratulations on another season of Grey's anatomy, this shows being going. How many seasons has it been? Now, we just finished fifteen. If he. And they're like the long tube twenty five hour, long episodes, right? These little eight episode half ass easy. Recipes like throwing shareholder military's people out there doing real. What's really impressive about the show? For me is like I loved watching the show when I was in South Africa. It's huge out there. And then I came to the US, and it's big and now there's like a resurgence of people 'cause some people watch it on Netflix. Yeah. People binge-watching we have I'm told we have more new fans than we do. Existing people are discovering a new right more of them than there are folks have been diehards forever. And it's also generational, right? It's fifteen years that means a whole whole new generation has been born and turned into a high schooler by now you get you get some grandma's parents. And then their kids I'll watching it at once. So is that is that ever like we had for you when you have like a generational fan gap. Do you know what I mean? Because a lot of the time people have like a fan rain. Yeah. Yeah. And then getting a re eighteen biggest fan. Yeah. And my grandma and and they're aggressive grandma's in particular. Don't under. I tell you elder does. He's not playing grandmothers. Do not play games. They're touchy. Yes. Very Nazi bunch there. And they've got a firm grip. I had I had one grandmother came up to me at a meet and greets, and then she grabbed my ass. And she said to me, I don't have much time. Let's do this. I believe it. Yeah. It's a very there's a lot. I tell you a lot of times I'll be like in their grip. Yes. And there's a whole rub. Yeah. That's part of the photo. But yes, I go stunt grub rubbing a little side boob action is living. Best life. Yeah. Grey's anatomy has been a show that that that's had an impact on many people because you don't what what really intrigued me about the show when it kicked off was you have the show that shonda rhimes created where it's spoke to so many issues that were happening in the world, but it didn't like specifically or explicitly hold amounts. So for instance, you had a black doctor who had grown up in tough circumstances. But it wasn't like his story part of his life. You know, you had an Asian doctor who was dealing with her family and her world you had a lesbian doctor who is struggling with how she told people about our sexuality. But it was never like this is the show about woke nece. In fact, I would even say it. It's amazing. How rarely we ever if ever we mentioned any right? You just happen to have these people in positions of power and worthy of respect. And they were you know. That's why it's such a pioneering show everybody always said you couldn't do that. Right. Nobody would watch it. Do you think? That's why people connected with it. Because it was just it was about human beings. And they happen to be thinking started with the heart. It started with extra humanity. And it's not that's not an Asian surgery. And that's the hang that somebody you'd love not. It's not the black chief who. Who's demonstrating that? He's black by doing or saying something ridiculous. Yes. Just he's just a matured Weber the way you said it knowledge just picturing like what what is the black search like this next jive? Yeah. But let's talk a little bit about that. And we'll definitely been somewhere somewhere. It sounds like a sketch. You've been doing it for so long that I feel like you should have like an honorary degree. I couldn't I could be a fully United surgeon. You think you know, like some you know, enough fake medicine to do real medicine. I could I could slow your death. Bye. But you know, it's funny as I said before I've had I've definitely had at least two instances on a plane where somebody has gone is there a doctor on the plane and then flight attendant looks directly at me lady. But one thing, you know, about unlike anybody else on this flight that one thing, you know, about me is I'm not a doctor. No, no. But these don't fine. All right. Just go through the motions. I don't know what this is how bad of a. Under stretching. CPO I go Cavs fads. View. You to life going out happy. What is that side? Nice. Little you're directing in Gray's anatomy. Now the episode. I yeah, we have another episode. I directed is this Thursday. Congratulations. That's like a big. That's like a big. I'm actually I enjoy maybe more than you enjoyed maybe more than it's just something. I've always felt like I was going to do. I could do you know into film school? I shot shorts and college. I I enjoy it like a natural evolution. I knew. It was going to happen. I just didn't wanna start it until I was ready to keep doing it. And by the way, you know, I've got a great place to do it a place that I know and love and top notch and incredible crew. And how how does it work though, when you directing people who you've worked with so long? You get take out all your grudges. Yeah. You get to give give people hell that that have been given. You know, it's really it really helps to be able to speak the language of the actor. It's I have found with some directors that they don't quite know how to speak to actors in a way, and it's sometimes it's a delicate thing keep in mind the show it's been on fifteen years. So we actually know characters better than almost everybody else on the set. So somebody showing if we do twenty five episode this, maybe sixteen directors because some repeat. Yes. So new people coming in trying to feel out. They don't quite know. Everybody's different personalities and your information being able to understand how actors work and the way we communicate and you can say a lot with a little more of an emotional conversation. Then technical rights telling them how you would like it without telling them how to do it. It's it's a bit of a tight rope. And we can be a fickle bunch. It's a conversation that you can have which which I like I enjoy I love it when act getting directing and when they get to control a bit of their cry. It'd be a little bit like that. It's comedians where you talk to other stand up since I've you guys kind of speaking land. Yeah. We we do. There was a comedian directing you in a movie or like we say killing bombing. We use language where people like I'm sorry, what on stage died stage. And then like there was one comedian who actually like physically died on stage. And then all of us didn't know what that meant. Because no citizens like, oh, comedian died on station happens all the. Really? And then like no died like actually, that's that people all the time. And it was like, no dead dead. Yeah. Oh, sorry. Right. Right. It was like a weird, you know. Let's talk about some of the work that you're doing outside of Grey's anatomy. Yeah. One thing that has connected. So many people with you, and your story is that you have been involved in social Justice, you or somebody who said I have a platform, and I will use it to speak out for issues that I that I agree with disagree against. And so one thing that's been really interesting is now you've teamed up with men. What do we call the cannabis company like the actual term the biggest in the country spike Jones, and I made a century short film that they put together, and we got creative and figure out a way to kind of tell the history of cannabis in this country. It's a really fascinating at because you play everyone in the ad. And you tell the story of weed in America. And it's like, you would think we'd add. Would you smoke weed man, exactly if we're not that at all, right? Look the cannabis boom is happening. And we so we know that. So we try to come up with something together mechanism as well came up with this great concept of Lang some context. Now, we know this boom is about to take off. What is the story of cannabis in this country, truly because it certainly isn't a bunch of people in Colorado and California discovering it and getting rich. It's not the gold rush. You just discovered golden you're selling it. It's been around forever. We used to force Africans to grow it on plantations, including the first President, George Washington. And now there's thousands of people locked up in cages for having it in their pocket. Right. So how did we get there? And so we're telling the story to this brilliant idea that mechanism inspite came up with and we worked on together kind of through with museum this series of dioramas that take you through American history. The contextualized the war on drugs and stop and frisk and medicinal uses and for our veterans, and and so many different ways. It can be applied. And it's a it's an important. It's an important issue. I didn't come to it from cannabis as a center that wasn't my bag, but it was social Justice. And it's something that we need to be because we're not adjudicating fairly. We're not enforcing these laws fairly at all. I know suburbs. It's boys will be boys. Kids will be kids. Every movie we watched grew about coming of age. Partying is super lad smoke finds some weed and drinking both of which are totally illegal. But we accepted and we laugh at it because it's coming of age. But when it's black kids doing their poor kids doing it. They're filling prisons, and it's just not fair at all. You're not going to do. Barely. Criminalize. It is my view and start from there and build up in a sensible manner in a way that makes sense. It's a it's a it's a powerful ad people have to watch it online. Yeah. You can to just not legal federally. So they can't put it on networks, which is an interesting conversations have for another day. But yeah, congratulations again, Grey's -gratulations on furthering conversations out. They always fun. Having you on the shawl wave? Kim ABC helium. The daily show coming on. Here's a digital watch the show, weeknights at eleven ten central on comedy, central and the comedy, central episodes and videos at the daily show dot com. 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Facebook Handling Online Bullying, Messy Divorces, And Your Partner Wanting To Leave You |EP#21

Paging The Simpsons

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Facebook Handling Online Bullying, Messy Divorces, And Your Partner Wanting To Leave You |EP#21

"What what what Hello? What's going on? Heavy tuesday. Happy tuesday. I was too loud. I. Okay. Let's go it on. So we get into this. I'm gonna introduce her shows begging for everyone listening. If you're new listener continuous. Thank you for the support. I am should del- one half of painting the Simpsons sign twin, my lovely beyond say, Lauren. So before we had we did like quick intro. Like we just did now. And I'm like, do my usual. What what up what up and she's like what what? The gate. You was going be like turn the valuable. Let me go to another podcast. Oh, I don't have the energy and I'm not excited, and blah, blah, blah. So there you go. But you want them to death. That's what you do screaming in the microwave. Expecting? So wanna go? Oh, okay. I did not sound like a dying cat. Oh, good. All right. So let's go off one went outta great weekend. We own second day of the week. Let's get it. So I wanna talk about Facebook. And they had like a whole developer conference. We saw like quake like eight-minute like run through. I'm not sure if you pants. I think you were. Yes. And. I want to talk about Facebook made a big push for privacy during this developer conference. Like, one of the things I feel like they kept saying I didn't say once it was always said and one of the things that kept saying was. The future is private. And I'm sitting there. I'm like wasn't a future always private. I didn't I didn't want. My information shared with everyone wanted and see presently private like. Why just in the future emphasis with everything? They're like, oh, the new Messager rebuilding has encrypted data. So it stays with you this, and I'm just like cool. So you told me it wasn't before. No. This point. I don't think people really care for Facebook like out of the top three right three. I think Facebook's like the lowest on the totem pole. Like, what are the top two, Twitter and Instagram? I don't think Twitter's about that. I think Instagram has many having as many people know that I think Facebook is still with like instrument. Facebook are like the top two. So it kept me going big push for privacy. And it's like. Our she going to do doing whole website redesign. It's gonna come out later this year redesign has pushed out like phones. Lease we got on our phones. And it's like the make little changes in it's cool and stuff, but I'm like, I don't. I don't care like it was never one like people still see people still like where they work at like on their Facebook. And when I got my job that I currently have the time I was like shoddy list. But then also like why what is it matter? Like is not gonna find me. It's not linked in. We're like this has like, oh, my nice find, you know. Meaning like, I'm not gonna get a job from that. They're not gonna go look at my resume on Facebook be like he worked here he worked there. He went like they put it on there. Like, I don't know Facebook's branching out to having like the whole job stuff. They're not going on Facebook for a job with the the trying to make it like a one stop shop like you would treat like Amazon like go on there for all nine dating. Now. What else do they use? I feel like Facebook smart, though, in that context because they know they're kind of getting old. They're kinda getting dry. So it's like they came up with a way that now it. Facebook is a complete all in one. It's everything with this update. All these websites put into one it's kinda crazy smart. I just I don't know. I'm kind of old on Facebook. I dating thing. That's fascinating though. It's like you could you could if you like someone who's on your friend list. But then they won't know unless they say that they like you too. But I thought that was interesting because it's like. Maybe Facebook can make relationships happen. When people thought, oh, no, we're just friends, and like, but I wanna be more. Like, I don't know. I think that's that's kind of an interesting way to go about it, except I also feel like that could go wrong too. Because I think people could just like say that I offense said I liked you. But you were going through and liking run on your friends list. Just to see who said they liked you. But you didn't really like me like. But I feel like people would still do that. I think as for kids. I don't know. I'm like, I'm not doing that. I mean, you hope I'm not doing that. But like, I don't I don't know. All the stuff is pointless. I'm waiting for them to roll out. Facebook news like where you can get all your news on Facebook. I mean, we kind of already do or you're getting it from like the actual channels. I'm talking about like articles from like Elliott avenues on Facebook. We sort of already do because of the news pages. But. Talk about what place fits all. Like, apple news articles video okay? So they had that, and I don't know going to go, and I'm starting to feel like because I'm thinking about like all my like, my little brother and like cousins at a younger that are like in highschool just came out of high school. And I don't really think they're using Facebook like how we're using it like, they're more like, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, Snapchat, really pop. That's too. I don't know. I feel like I feel like Instagram Snapchat are more like their thing than my next thing is what do you call it? Instagram, so Instagram, also, they had like Instagram's CO or whoever come up, and he was like showing something where well two things from that. They're having like some away mode where it's like, let's say like some life event happens like, you break up with your boyfriend, sir. Like, you do a bad break up or something? You're like, you're not feeling like two or. Yeah, you're depressed because whatever reason I guess away mode. Like, our know what it does stop the messages the guy. Rated it basically makes it so what I have from it. Yeah. I guess it isn't clear I think it makes it so that you can kind of in a way deactivate your Facebook. But not true. Yeah. Because these are things that they're like testing saying it's out now, but things may or may not usually make I don't think they have an idea on what they're doing thought. That was interesting. Yeah. I feel like it's more. So that you don't. I don't know. It's weird that one was weird to me though. Because at the same time, why don't I mean, if you're gonna do that just just don't go on the website? Okay. Here's the next thing to that. Have an issue is getting rid of or testing out getting rid of the light count. They doing in Canada. And if it works out, I guess, they'll bring a US and every other place. So how's that going to be? So now what you're going to see is. You know, you're gonna see like my name like it's going to show like my name is one of people liked it. And then you don't see how many yet it doesn't show you like count both Facebook Instagram face because Matt it's not like social social like Instagram on a massive scale look. Yeah, you can touch people if you want to Facebook, but you have to intentionally go out, and I feel people face the likes on both could be detrimental though, because even on Facebook. It's like, you know, like when we posted our engagement pictures. It's like, okay. While those got a lot of likes her when we moved into this. You know, friends or family, they're not like one. Yes. No. Yes. But at the same time, then you post other stuff that doesn't get as many likes as like, for example. Dude. Some like I'll post like our major stuff like the gauge whatever gets a billion likes, whatever then I post like a special for my business, or I post something like important to my business three likes, and I'm like, wow. Guys, thanks for being supported. That's that's so lazy. But we're not supporting them busy like they like everything that has to do with like you and be or MRI or like personal things like that cutesy like nice things. But as soon as I share something or I'm like, you know, I'd really appreciate if you share this business or whatever no-one crickets, and I'm like, wow. And here's the funny thing is I know you're seeing it because all y'all saw and liked and engaged on my other posts like the pictures, which means that. Now, I'm going to come back into your feet. So like rude. So and the reason I guess one of the reasons that looking to get rid of the power or not the our count the light cow is because it adds like bullying like MRs like a kid thing like high school thing. Maybe when I see like a certain its influence our base to because it's not it's not even just for kids. Because if you think about it say like. Okay. We're trying to grow the podcast with them. We look at other people who are like so much bigger. And it's like it's this whole it's like a mental game type of thing. And then people can also use that against you. And be like, well, oh, you don't have this many Vollers this many like, so you're not, you know, you know, cool or whatever. I feel like that's any age. With that thought also trying to remove like advertisers from it. Because the they reduced like like, they didn't make followers and who your following like as big as thing like what the update did a few months ago where they've chased hod cast Instagram shows that now it's everyone's a lot of people said still not mine. Okay. We'll slowly being changed all the old ones. Like, they're taking forever to do it because 'cause like mine mine business MRIs like all of mine are still the same where they're giant. But then like yours for the padras. So it made it less, and it's like the trunk emphasis of it. And I'm wondering if it's one of like is it like? Gotta stop people's money flow of life for average them like the light cow, reducing how visible file, where's our? Because if that's the main thing where people would like making the money off of. But what's the hold on? But also in the same breath. What's wrong with making money on social media because it's another form of income if another and the thing is influencers in these people who do profit off social media. They also are profiting whatever business wants to advertise with are helping businesses theory. I don't know for sure what don't he's out there because I'm like, wow. So because other things I mean, are they doing it for mental health reasons? Like, I mean, I feel like that's the main objective it sound and going to your next point. If someone has an issue with seeing likes and stuff, I was four this. When I first saw this. They were doing the will they were playing with the way mode and like getting rid the light count. Because maybe it makes people feel insecure about it. I'm like, okay. That's cool. I'm like this cool for them. But then after like listen to Joe boat and podcast earlier. And more was like he like Hemu perspective from like, someone's bullying you about like you. I got more likes than you have more followers than you. And all that stuff. I'm like just block the person. Yes. But you have to realize that it's kind of analysts because then the next personal come and do it to like. For four years or something like that? You'll be out what you know. Yeah. But the damage is done. It is what it is. You can't control what someone else says to you. But you can control how they're going to say at least when it comes to online block them on everything they got a Facebook account block them and got you know, they have a Snapchat block them. Like, I don't know. I'm not for like if my kid comes to me if we have a kid and they're minute with stinky. Right. If we have a kid and. Facebook three hundred is what's going to be Al by that? They have a are. And you like in phone somewhere in like the kid some random kid appears right in your living room? Litter have kids in the stage for so many reasons men, I wanna know is that block bone is there for a reason. And it's like, I get it again, it so are you talking in terms of people who are bullying in person? And then also going online to the same person because we didn't have to deal with this. Because we came like really like after it. So like it wasn't that big of a deal. Well, you got okay. Oh, I'd add to do. This one. Yeah. He knows all about my story. Okay. The real quick rundown for people who don't know mass story. I was I did you to in high school? I didn't show my face until the summer before sophomore year. And once I did when we got back to school apparently had gone like all throughout my grade. And then it also trickled into the higher grades and. Yes. So the last three years of my high school experience were awful miserable. Terrifying. Like, I was terrified to like walk through the double doors into the hallways. Like in the in the dead of the morning when barely anyone was there. I was still terrified and. Yes. So basically, I would get bullied in person. Like he's saying, and then it would follow me online because well. Well, online and phone because people would text me death threats and text me pictures of like the class watching video on the comp- the teacher's laptop, which I still don't understand how that even happened probably walked out the room or something. But. And then online people would go onto other people's like YouTube profiles, and I would see them commenting. And they'd be like, oh like, where's Lauren pages YouTube like account, and they like find it? And then they'd comment on mine. I know they didn't even hide their names or their faces. Like, I knew exactly who was. And. Yeah, so yeah. Like, it would definitely follow me on line. We didn't have as much media which I so I can I can attest Lafayette to. I don't even know how it'd be now. It would be ten times worse, which my experience was awful. It was horrific. It took a while to get over. It was like eight definitely shaped me and made me a lot stronger, and that kind of thing, but it was like a very long three years. It was isolating. It was just awful. I I also didn't really have real friends at the time. So I didn't have anybody to really lean on. I didn't mean my best friend until senior year. So like the first two, yes. So the first two years, I was pretty much completely alone. 'cause I always had fake friends all throughout like my school experience. And then with her that helps, but it still it just it was an awful. I literally had nightmares that I would walk across the graduation stage. And people would like be yelling stuff at me and booing me. And like all this terrible. I was scared to actual so yeah, it was horrific. So it did follow me both in person and online, which is why I'm so passionate about how awful it is. And it's just worse now. Because I think we had. So it was Facebook it was YouTube. And I mean, I don't know if anyone was doing it on Twitter wasn't really I think just thing. But I don't think people were doing as much so they're too busy Snapchat before Instagram before a lot of these. So. Because you can't you can't control school at least from my sanity awful. I would just those kids like I get it. I get what you're saying. Where it's like like, yeah. It's going to like that school and dealing with people face to face. Yeah. But for me like I had I didn't have many like issues in high school have probably two people that bothered me in in those situations were handled maybe three fairly counted. Mine is like constant like mine weren't like mine weren't constantly like there was an issue. And it's like, we're handling it. It's not happening. It's funny is I always guess I had some sort of a bullying going on in my life. But I was pretty I always just wanted to be a wallflower when I went to school because again, I didn't really have real friends. I just wanted to go to school do what I was supposed to and go home as part of a couple clubs that helped. I was passionate about. And that was that was good. But. I you know, I wasn't trying to stand out. And so when this happened it just got so much worse. Like sure I was bullied a little in elementary school or middle school, whatever. But it never was a thing for me. So now, this wallflower became the center of attention for ridiculous reasons. Like the way they bullied me and made fun of me, you you would have thought I was doing porn like you would have thought I was doing something so ridiculous and embarrassing an awful like short. I will be the first two of it. I did not know what I was doing with makeup back. Then I did not like so it wasn't the best. But I was just doing something fun. It was a hobby. Like, I just was do something that I enjoyed to dig into that. It was more. So an insecurity on those people that were pushing the bullying because they're probably like I can't put myself out there like that. And this person is let me make fun of them. Like, right. And it's funny because. I don't know how many people listen to this podcast that like no us. I'm like that. As far as friends wise, not not really family. I'm like thinking of it. Shoot. What am I going? Like, you think about those people that like, I guess we're quote, unquote, like the popular or like the bully people like you're not doing much. What it's it's very interesting because I don't know really what a lot of them are up to nowadays. I don't care. I don't look, but I have seen like bits and pieces here and there and like there's legitimately like some people that are on their second or third kid with different people. Like, there's there's people that are just like, you can just tell they're kind of a mess or like, they're just I don't know. And. And even back, then I mean, really if I were to look back some of these some of these girls that were making fun of me like their own issues like they were smoking or they were doing whatever they and they had the most phony like, even though they had a circle of people. They thought were their friends if you look at that that was even faker than what I have like when it comes to us having a kid like. I'm breaking down. Just like I broke Adele for for the the kid that tried choke me up in high school. I'm like, yo you hurt. Like what's going on? You wanna talk about it? Like, I'm like, the reason someone's bother picking on you is because someone's going on with them, and like he can't go through it emotionally. So it's like I'm going to hopefully, instill in my kid be confident themselves and to understand what this person is going through. And have they have to go through stuff to you? Build on that and get to certain places. So like, it's hard because you can't you can't prevent everything your kid goes through either. And things suck. But. I don't know. It just you know, is it was a funny perspective. My mom said when we had. Was it? I had to go. I think was into my first day of my first job. And that's when I found the the video of these girls that made fun of me, it was like a parody video and. And I found that and I was like destroyed and I had to go into work, and like try and make an impression, and that was just an awful thing for me again builds character later on, but you know, in the moment, it's it's not that fun. So. And we ended up like the the vice principal got involved, and we had this stupid powwow in her office. Of course, they're completely BS in the whole time. But they deleted the video. But my mom actually said she's her insight. She's like, well, maybe you've actually made it because you know, it's kind of like SNL where like people make fun of you and people are like joking and stuff and you're like a big deal, and I'm like. Freeze. May kill this flattery is a full move was imitation. As imitation is a form of flattery. And so I'm like, of course, it didn't help at the time because horse, you know, I'm still in it. But but it's an interesting. Okay. So let me let you here. If you had if you. Wouldn't stop like the important things. But if you even what text messages, can we do that was that pre iphone you can block people on text messages like before the iphone came out. You could block numbers. I was a little more difficult to call it. I remember that. But you could block numbers because that's I was gonna say like you can sit there and like black people like I feel like this day and age I feel like how? This is it. Like, how come it's not a thing. I can't have my kids. Just black these kids that are bullying them like damages many profiles. They won't sooner or later. It's gonna get tiring techs. You you want in Italy. It's like, you just blocked it like, but the thing is you think it would get tiring like that went on for three years. But I'm going to see like, you would think it would get tiring. But it kept happening say like maybe for a couple of months would like slow down. And then all of a sudden like people will just show up again, see. I'm different. So I come from rep and grow listening to wrap all the time. I listened to fifty fifty was all about like if you're coming from me, I'm gonna come for you also. So that's why in my head. If I'm having a kid, I gonna tell it could Hugh might as well go at to if they're gonna come at you like that we'll take the passive way. And see if that likes keeps the person back because I feel like I've done in high school. I take the show way. If it keeps continuing then that's what I'm gonna kick. You back. Yeah. I didn't have the balls for that back. Then I won't not even like hurt you physically, but I'm gonna say have the balls to do. Back. Then I don't think you understand. I like I was broken by what's your idea verbally because my my want to say anything to them. I didn't wanna see them like literally I would see them in a distance down the hallway dip. Yeah. Like, I I was ter I'm like, I was literally terrified because they just made me feel awful because I'm thinking this. And they always, you know, and another thing, my parents would say they always travel in groups. These people are strong enough by themselves. It's always they always have to have their lackeys with them. And I'm like interesting because I'm over here. Having a walk alone. That's why when you're in it if I'm over here by myself, my feeble, self and I see three of you walking towards me. You know, I see your I don't know am I this is all this is just me talking because we don't know what's going to happen. Yeah. That time comes for our kid to be in that situation. But I'm telling him what did it like I'm telling you this the kid, that's bullying you the broken. They're hurt. Look at them. Give them a hug Sam sorry for what's going on be the bigger person in let like, that's it. Maybe I mean, it depends how they are. Yeah. It's all depending factors depends on how they are depends on how the bully is. Well, that's my tips. Because in my case always either talking to like an adult and having them escalate this handle it or you taking that nice approach has it dead. Like I've done that once with the kid in like, he just like before whatever reason, but he still gets you bother me. Like, I know what it is. I see that veil. Yeah. But I don't know what the blocking whole thing. Thing. Stuff as tough one socially this age because we were saying or no I saw video how kids are not getting their driver's license. Like, you know around like eighteen eight sixteen seventeen eighteen all that. Like, you have Uber. And I was like, well, we didn't even have like so many just can't off your phones. Order like ubereats, endured ashen all that. And you bring it to the school. We didn't have that shoe. I'll be like. If I could have McDonalds from across the street just coming drop it off like shoe that'd been great. But I don't know this blowing stuff. I don't know what to say up to you guys like ten years when we have a kid in or probably twenty we have a kid, and they're going through the whole stuff. The next thing. I want to touch on here is the Williams say the Williams because dealing with Jesse Williams and his divorce in Wendy Williams at her divorce. We'll touch on Wendy's. Because I feel like this one's a lot more like. So. They're not related, right? So Wendy's is see know-how Wendy took like her break off for like a good couple of weeks probably a month or two ago share. I don't she had like Nick cannon on like she had like the got the guy the guy in American pie yet. She had a lot of people on and. See? Yeah. When people. Go to rehab because I think she she went back to like alcohol or something like that or drugs. Some something of that nature. And then it came out that like she like she's getting a divorce from her husband. Her husband is her manager. And and there's a whole lot of things with this. So turns out that her husband was with another girl for a pretty long time. I don't know the time line say five years or more. I'd like to say liar people like this. And like, so essentially what happened is all other release for saying that Wendy probably knew about this. But it became like tells me you'd get a hint of it in five years, it became like real in some she has to like deal with once it became like real public. The like had a kid because she like this girl that he was with like had the baby and it was his baby. And like why do people to that? It's it's crazy. The current religious guy and go do that one. It was this guy was her manager in her husband. He did whatever he can to like, take her friends and her family, and like like, everyone that would be your support them. Yeah. So like, his this guy has a girl on the side has future kid, what some other girl has control of a lot of money 'cause I guess supposedly this is so horrible like she had to go through him to have access la- money. And I was just like in the fifties. And when he's the one that you don't know her husband, right? Like, right, like when he's making this money, and it's just it's crazy because even like, I guess recently like before this whole divorce and everything came out into the news. He bought the girl car, of course. And he's pay. What what when he's money and like it became public. I guess the car got repoed. Of course, polite. Man. He's all types of shady. Like, this is like if we had to do the donkey day. He's the donkey. Dang. You and I just feel like what the heck is wrong with you that you put it through all that. And then you got I never cared for actual Wendy because she was all like that gossip stuff. And I'm like, I don't know. Exactly. That's what I'm like Tam that like extra through all that with this person. And it's like a baby and I'm using your money to fund her. Yeah. Here's the kicker with this. So this guy believe this guys like he's looking to get like a million from the divorce. I don't want to the other. I don't wanna stand divorces because I really hate that whole like ping your type thing unless it's like really like like earned like when it comes to cheating. Oh, no. It's. It's. Conversation has to happen. You don't deserve anything. Yeah. Compared to like like, Jeff Bezos and his wife. He did the wrong thing, of course. But. Basil's like had his opening. But also, it's like literally, it's different. If you just kinda like if you fall out of love or like, you're just not compatible or like something like versus if you're like, that's that's more mutual. But if you if you literally just destroy it because you're a terrible person, you didn't destroy. He just kept both because he can't fund this just showing the one with her you can't fun too. So without when these money, so that's the only reason he stayed in that she doesn't have another job other than him being the unquote manager of Wendy keep. That she did they were they married before. She had all this been married for won't. So she don't have a pre-nup probably not. Well, that's why he's asking for for a million. And let's be real probably a million in the scheme of it is in a lot. I don't know how much she makes. But it's probably at least it's not like half, but still still sell. And it's like, I'm not sure what the girl that's with her husband. Her ex ex husband like what she's thinking or the trash out. 'cause like from what it sounds like this guy. He's he's filth. I would never use that word for this person attacker. He just seems like so in that you don't want to be like friends with or like like that. You know, you know, what gets me too? Okay. So Wendy is in the public eye. So this girl had to have known that he's married to her the note, that's a whole other. Right. But you know, how sometimes like married people they cheat. But they really make it seem like they're not married. And so you can. Believe them and all that stuff. Then the other person isn't like as guilty, but like. She had to have known for five for five. But what we're going with? This is I'm like, she is equally as skeeving. You can't do anything about ago, but you took away the car the but stuff 'cause like they're made for each other, then gross. But it's not like she. That's it's not all like, sunshine and rainbows with that. Because you're getting a manipulative person, right? It's just like you did that for five years. You knew he was married. You like that alone. What she was probably like finds out like say you're like in a relation ship with someone for like a year. And then you find out they're married like, you genuinely didn't know. And then you find out then it's your response. Right. So that's what I'm saying. Is you started this knowing? That's the thing. Knowing how because she's getting something out of it. She easily probably getting money getting her rampage. He's probably getting like having all of. She all when he's back. So whatever she's like, she cares. Going on powering for women. We are in twenty nineteen. This is like the year the woman to us. Talk show on Mike that so duty and now sing with Jesse Williams. So this has been going on since two thousand seventeen you the suggests Williams for you. She didn't know you will say why didn't allow name so. He's denying his wife. They see this requesting twenty two hundred two hundred thousand for legal fees and for her use of frenzy accountants of pair for the divorce in trial. Wait is this wrong. This is no no that's all somewhere which looking for like two hundred thousand a month. I don't know if I trust us article, but I'm gonna go with sumptuous. She's looking for. So he currently pays fifty thousand each for child ins spousal support based off his five hundred twenty one thousand income monthly is what he left out monthly. He makes five hundred thousand dollars of money. Okay. If they ask it for two hundred thousand I didn't read that much if they if they let's say she is asking for increasing twenty one two hundred thousand a month. I'm like dog. He's still got cool. That's a little less than half a lot a lot of horses. You know, they tried to do about halfway or something because they're going to. So five hundred twenty one thousand dollars a month guys. That's tricky. As tricky one most of us can't imagine that a year. Can't imagine that in five years, but my as long as what does she need them much? We need them a awesome. She refuses to go any work. So she hasn't been working like for a while. Now, how many kids do they have? I'm not sure if the article says a pardon me probably likes to say. And how old are they is the question. Oh my gosh. She's saying that she had to sacrifice her life for him. You don't have. I don't know just like a lot of times relationships, the personal lose themselves or whatever. So maybe that's what she's alluding to. Or maybe like she didn't do what she wanted to because he was like blowing up with acting or something. It doesn't say how many kids they have. I mean, just going to see this maybe like two or three. But especially if they're young kids. I mean, sure if you're getting paid that for support. What why would you go work when you could be a stay at home? Mom. Why are you going to put them in daycare dog? I don't want to this know literally though. To think about it. Like made a good amount like say, you were alone where able to make so much that I didn't have to work, and I could stay home with the kids. That's a better. That's a better option than daycare for no reason already going to whatever I make is going into daycare. We're going to divorce because things aren't going to work out. Are you going to find a job? Again, it depends on the kid situation with the two kids. So he pays one hundred all day. I mean old enough to have Wikipedia pages wants three. And the other one that. Now, the one is five. Yeah. So I mean, they're still kinda young goddamn two hundred thousand a month. How much is that? That's a lot of freaking money a one hundred twenty thousand a year. Oh, God ten times twelve oh my God. What are we doing without money? How much was it fifty thousand per kid? A hundred thousand a month. So that one point two million. Yeah. I'll take it the calculator on this one no added another zero put them just like. Geez. Because that and then he gives her a hundred thousand a month. Like, he's. Yeah. He's showing two hundred thousand right there. Lake. I I don't know. So two hundred thousand a month would be to two million four hundred. God damn. I want to know why I wanted to what you're spending your money on like are they going to like an amazing school just necessarily the point. How long were they even married because that's the factor that plays into because if they're not married that long. She's not going to get this that long. It was for five years doesn't twelve. So I mean, the child support's one thing, but the spousal she's not going to get that that long because it all depends on how long you're married. Oh, Jesse those away out have no they would know that like, you know, someone who's married for two years in your twenties. I'm not gonna get spousal support for my entire life from you like that doesn't make sense if you're married forty years. Yeah. A lot more rides on that. But bless my that's kind of. I have a major issue when it goes like getting married in like dealing with the whole like divorce that whole buddy wants to. I don't feel like it's well. Certain situations. I I'll say that certain situations. Yeah. I'll give you a little sign. Cool. That's agreed on. And that's cool. That is what it is what I dunno. Everyone's just like. We have for example, if we get divorced because it's like it's not working knowing cheated on. It's not working. What do I have to pay? You just let let sprit split what that technically. It's not necessarily you. As always the man, it is the person who makes more. Which I get because so that isn't always the man, sir. It's twenty nineteen. It's not. But because I'm trying to think I don't think they doesn't say did they go through any like thing is why they're like having a divorce. There's probably an article somewhere online. Probably I'm not sure that this are looking at does not say, this one's focusing on the money. But that's like, it's it's touchy me. Like, I don't have a lot of buddy. Okay. But he does it's sick literally who needs to make five hundred thousand dollars a month me do shoe, but eventually like you're just gonna be. Well, like problem with them living Kelly, you know, how much it costs for a nice house. But that's for. I hope people do good with it eventually when you have a sick amount of well, I'm gonna live my best, Laura. The wealth. I'm going to spread it all over me in this hot tub. I was wanted to bathe in a lot of money. This is my chance give me five hundred. Dirty. That is that's why I'm bathing it. I'm trying to clean my so forth. The money is dirty nasty cellphone like oh. I don't know. I'm still on the fence with that one Wendy. Of course, this guy shouldn't be getting a million. Maybe give them twenty thousand. Ego. Good outta here. Ain't you cheating? But. Very strongly dislike him. So the next thing. I wanted to touch on here was or that you wanted to talk about is Taylor swift and beyond. Yeah. I saw. Okay. I right away. I right guys. So so people online are getting all types of mad because they're saying Taylor swift stole. Beyonce's Coachella performance for the billboard awards last week. Now. All right. First of all I have to find real quick there is like a tweet that I specifically wanted to reference so bear with me. Okay. Okay. So it says mega Chela beyond. Say tether, Taylor swift used the unceasing stone and a marching bland to gentrify bay Chela and got banished to the alabaster abyss. First of all day, whoever came up with all that beyond say, tether. I love that on seasoning stone. Okay. Can you? Okay. Anyway. So. Then I went and watched the performance. Okay. First of all and people were referencing like in replies to the tweet and stuff because someone had put they're like. Okay. But Gwen Stefani. Did this in two thousand five and then they put Destiny's Child in nineteen ninety nine carry on like there. They keep trying to say like how I don't know beyond saying her hooligans like originated this whole marching band. Kind of look I'm like, okay, listen, guys. You listen to songs you see song names, you watch movies and TV shows and all that please tell me you never see slow like things that are basically the same all the time. Same themes same beats same literal. Same like song names like anything like. Then k. She sure she had like the little like the drummer's and stuff. She didn't do it. Like what Beyonce's? Because if you so you have not seen her music video probably. Not watching that. Basically, what this was was like a live performance of the music video is like it's still had the pastels. It still had the girls with the suitcases. It had like the dancers the same like stuff umbrellas like all that stuff. It kind of to me. It just looks like a live version of the music video which in my opinion is kind of cool because you don't really see that a lot like where they literally just take a music video and making a light performance. So that's kind of what it was. And then here's my thing too. People wanna pit these people against each other all the time or they're just comparing anybody to beyond say like beyond say is God, she's not okay. Believe it or not beyond say is a person just like, you would may k she just so happens to sing well perform well have a boatload of money, you know, that kind of stuff, but the thing is like her until they're in their own lanes. Like, they're not even on the same playing field to compete with. And I don't mean that by level like oh Queen bee. She's up here in Taylor's down here. I'm more. So mean, they're like over here and over here like they're just on different fields. So why why does everybody have to be compared to beyond say? And why is beyond say like the pinnacle for everything? Sure. She's good. There's no denying that. But I never understood why beyond say has to be like the number one person on the planet. So that's my rant. Go ahead. This lot of heat in your voice because. Annoyed by it. And it's not just because of the Taylor swift thing whenever I see people comparing people to be on say or saying how she's like the best thing since lice bread. I'm like why? Why it's a race thing. You guys wanna go heavy for your artists. We're gonna go heavy for life. There's a lot of people say there's a lot of people who are black that can perform and sing and rap and whatever. Yes. But beyond say has the greatest record like of anything performer freaking singer, like her record is clean. Like, she hasn't it. We about what didn't mean record like like driving record. They'll like a record like your like your sheet. It's it's clean. Like can't. You can't say the like anything that Beyonce has done. She's killed it. So yeah. People go hard for great. I don't get other artists or amazing as well who can hit high notes or who can perform their ask for whatever. Just like you guys go hard for Demi. And there's like Demi and Arianna like they have all the high notes ever. Okay. But why so hold on? On. Why? See here's what I don't get. Why are you playing the race card? When planning a race car was supporting I understand support. That's great again, not saying she's not a bad like that. She's a bad performer or anything I'm saying this pinnacle that like this pedestal that we hold her on. Why goes rep she is squeaky clean because she has amazing PR people an amazing people who can make sure everything squeaky clean because she Taylor swift goes in and out of les ships all the time. It's not my fault up. Beyonce's stay with her husband. Great. We all have to stay with the cheating, husbands to show that you know, we really. You cannot even come for Taylor for going in and out of relationships because hey, she was hell does she like twenty eight or twenty nine or something like that? Tell me that's not normal twenty-somethings to find yourself and be like, no, this person, kind of stinks or whatever. Sure, you and me are different like, whatever. But a lot of people go in and out of more relationships before finding and settling down. Menes and said. Like, we're putting down Taylor for going in and out of relationships to try and find a healthy one. But we're not putting down her for staying with a cheater don't do. You. Don't know if the ships healthy just because someone makes a mistake. Just you don't know. What makes a mistake? Exactly. Right. Well, then why would Taylor say in an unhealthy relationship? Tota clearly they ended. No how to vet people before she gets into that relationship. What auto you got to go in the relationship to see what I can gauge people right off the jump. Not completely. Not completely. Yes. But for the most part, you can be like like how you treat that person. Right. This maintaining them. Right. Point is year like cult-like for. That's the thing is like rising Bianca. Okay. Let me get my talking because you'd be fired road in the mouth, excuse me. Excuse me in the mouth. But in the God damn. So his thing I'm not we're not going to be on the next podcast because somebody's not gonna be able to talk of. So I'm not heavy onto beyond say. I really don't care about this thing when I saw the video it was stupid. I'm like, why would there's nothing Tillis like this has been if we wanna talk about something. We'll talk about bring it on being the frequent thing that started this whole marching like out from now like. Oh, no. But that's a movie that we pass. It's all stupid stuff when I saw it. But the reason I feel people go hard for beyond say as because there's not another aureus that is black. The has the talent that she has that people can go behind so. Yeah. People are going to go hard for beyond say. There's no other like black female that you could say is like this incredible. Or like, any black female say is like. I know like closer level that beyond seas on. Okay. So I can respect that. But here's my question. That's great. If she is holding this spot for being the most amazing black female now, why are we bringing race into it by bringing white girls in and being like, oh, they're awful. So he goes on export. The people that are hardcore fans for beyond say. They went to extreme on this. Because as looking at her thing Stott who who fuck out here. Once you heard on her on it because it's like. It's it's something so minor. It's like, I think it's the intro of when she gets out of the performances like oh Trump thing. Yeah. It's basically a challenge saying like the whole frills thing. Like, if if interest dropped her a Netflix thing, whatever you like you. Yeah. That's true. Too. This is my last year. What I thought when I saw the video my gift, we didn't see the whole beyond thing. We wouldn't have known 'cause a lot of us. I feel like if you not honestly fan, you probably didn't watch to livestream. I don't think they livestream that. Yes. Unless you were at Coachella, you didn't get to see this cover hearing about the whole say stuff, but we didn't get to see it. So we went this one. It'd be thing. It just happen to come around the same time Taylor swift for to drop this later on in the year. I don't think this would be as big of thing like just dropped on Netflix a few weeks ago. Like, you have to realize the production time and all that this was probably already in the works for the billboard awards when beyond say drop the stuff on Netflix. So it's not like this direct like attack because again. Yeah. Hers was last year. So I'm sure it wasn't some big conspiracy of like all I'm going to copy her performance from a year ago. It's just a reach. That's what. But that's exactly what I'm saying is. And I don't deny people do this for any artist. If you like Ryder die for an artist. It's kind of the same like with YouTubers, the beauty YouTubers. Don't even get me started like people rider die for these people so much that if you even breathe the wrong way about them. Oh my gosh. All shit hits the fan. So, and that's the thing is I personally I'm not that way about like any one person. I'm not like, oh, you know. My life depends on the fact that I have to defend this person who's never going to hear of me like people get so like like they have to be the security guards for these people. These people don't know you and don't care about you like that. Like sure they care that you like that you pay their paycheck and listen to them and support them, and whatever they can care, but like individually just another number of a fan like day one of those people going hard like when I was a teenager like in fifty people listen to. But then I realized I'm like, why am I going to her for so on that? I'm never going like meat or like. Chang is I I'm more. So it's just annoying again that they put her on a pedestal, and that these people rally around, and like I said, it's any artist if you if you like are going to like have a truck run over you like to defend an artist or an actor something pet so extreme I mean, I'm going to say they can put me on postal, whatever here. I think everyone is in their own lane. And I think there's a lot of amazing talent there. It's only a fan thing because that's what I can go back and look at you can go pitchers throughout the years. Whenever until we're like at like these events like they've hugged in talked. It's issue there. It's just people making thing. Yeah. Of course, it is. And and that's the thing to not for nothing. You know, you talking about like, Beyonce is like the squeaky clean record and stuff. The thing with Taylor's I feel like people come for her for literally no reason to though they like she's kind of had this reputation where she can't do anything. Right. Like people just like they hate on her just to. Hey, she's the blonde girl. She has just like beyond say hasn't. You know, come back from the dead. Jesus taylor. Also hasn't done anything as bad as Satan. Like, I feel like we're trying to make these people look assert. I'm like, again, they're just people who are talented, and we enjoy listening to that's it. I don't know why we have to like dig a grave for one and like send one to heaven just it's a whole thing. Dog and I saw video on issues. It was stupid. It was just a performance, and again, it solely like a really was based on the music video and the female everything. Okay. So that's my two cents guys. Just just appreciate your artists. Listen to yard is support them, whatever. But don't go. Crazy. We're gonna get into a little bit more entertaining now. Okay. Or less topic as always some beautiful relationship advice. Now, this one is. Oh, I got some words for this. After reading it. Let's get into a guys. So my wife confessed that she wanted to leave me for another man. But she changed her decision because she phone love with me again when I took care for when she had cancer. He goes on to say, hey, guys, I've been wanting to write this for a couple of days, but I kept postponing because I didn't have the strength to type this by finally have enough courage to talk about it. Now, my wife, and I have been married for ten years and we have two daughters a couple years ago. My wife was diagnosed with breast cancer. It was really difficult. It was a really difficult time for us. But we got through it. I did everything to support her and take care of her. I'm really I was really happy for her when she finally recovered but last week when my wife, and I were watching a movie and cuddling she started crying and told me that I was the best thing that happened to her. Oh, but I was in for a shock told me. She told me that I guess she told me that she fell in love with one of her colleagues before diagnosis they didn't have sex, but they decided to tell their families and ask for a divorce. But after her diagnosis he goes at her she tried reaching out to him. But he just blocked her. That is when she realized my value in her life. She quit her previous job. I was totally unprepared for his sorry for this kind of evolution. She swears that they never had any sexual intimacy. They wanted to end things with their spouses before committing. She also tells me that I'm the most important person or life, and she'd do anything to make it up to me. I'm really conflicted like any marriage. Our marriage had its share of troubles. But leaving believing. Oh is. Leaving her. Was never my solution. He had some spelling air never there leaving her was never my solution on the other hand, she tells me that our bond is stronger. Now, I don't know what to do. I'm looking for any feasible advice. I don't know if she has my respect now but unable to function properly as a normal person. Now, I need help. But I don't know by don't want to talk about this to friends or family. Thanks for listening to me. Okay. That's straight up therapy thing though, like literally you need to see someone that can actually help you with us because red is not going to be the place where is my two cents. But. It's kind of funny because the fact that the guy goes to there when she had cancer kinda goes to show that that was not a deep enough relationship like what she currently had. So she was ready to leave this person and life kind of intervened in a way, it's kinda weird like life was just like no like I'm gonna show you what you actually need. And that's crazy to me. So. I think I mean, she's right in the fact that sure I'm sure that it made the relationship stronger, you know, him helping through that being a support system all that stuff. Yeah. I understand why he's so conflicted. And so confused. I think he needs to talk to some. That's that's that's heavy. So here's my take with this. You may have not had any any sex with this guy. Cool does great doesn't cheating doesn't matter. He still cheated. You still cheated if this if you think? Like there has to be like yet. I choose us cheating because you literally if you didn't get Doug knows that you had breast cancer, you would've would've left. Yeah. I may not I may not divorce you, but I'm gonna have some heavy trust issues over the next few years. Right. Because now I'm always thinking like if you're on your phone talking certain way, or if you're like Texas want certain like, I'm just thinking like, okay because you did that then you probably could do this. Now like you saying this now on the best thing to happen to you. But how real is that if you like fell out of love with me, and it's just like, we couldn't communicate. Okay. Here's my thing. The falling out of love with someone. I believe that can happen. Okay. But I also believe. That you can repair that by recognizing like when people fall out of love. I don't think it's necessarily that. We're just not meant to be people fall in love because those little gestures don't happen anymore. The comments the like, wow. You look nice today. The intimacy physically like everything all these little parts that create a safe feeling comfortable, happy relationship. If you start if you don't do these things, especially I know like they say when kids come in the picture, and they have them that like that stuff gets even more rare. You can fall out a level someone, and I think. The trick. There is you have to always make sure that's not happening. I'm not defending her in any way. I'm not no listen. I think it's on the responsibility of both of you to make sure that you're both getting what the other needs because you're in this relationship like four and with each other. So like if you're not providing what this person needs. Of course, they're kind of now lacking and questioning and like sure someone else comes in again. I don't believe sheetings, right? I don't defend it in any way. However, I do see that. People. Don't just cheat. There's there's never really like a reason like people don't just be like, I just feel like doing this today. There's usually like an underlying cause there's a 'cause she fell out of love with this person. Why though that's great? You have to understand what you hear the K with this person. Maybe he wasn't listening. I'm not going with these maybes. I'm going with what's right there. I'm going with what's right because it's like. I don't feel like there's maybe like, yo. Maybe he wasn't listening and taking it serious go with these babies. So maybe what if she didn't what about that? Take. She wasn't communicating it and this house he felt internal internally. And then like, yo she's this is so in that you work with so us person every day. You see them way more than you are at home. So get you feel more comfortable with this person. Because you see them a lot more you'll be on like go. Let's go out to have lunch, together, whatever. And then like, you know, saying telling you about Mondays and stuff, I don't like shoot. And it's like, I don't know. Dowd. Really messed me up. Trying to think like damn like, I'm sitting there hoping you through. Like puss cancer super medic thing. And like before that like, you're gonna piece out on me. Well, yeah, there's a lot of trust issues there, and that's gonna take along the needs to be individual therapy. Couples therapy because like I don't trust you. I just like like this going to be a whole lot of like being a robot in that relationship for for a certain period, too is it's it's interesting because. Yeah. Like, he he's gonna. I don't know like he's gonna have to still be a good partner while she also rebuilds the trust. It's like complicated because he probably doesn't want to be a good partner right now. Well, not so. Like if I was on the Spanish in I'm not gonna treat to her poorly. But I'm going to be less likely to want to hold your hand or to KOTA with your to like 'cause it's now I just need you fall out of love. And I just feel like disgusting disgusted by this person. A. And it's like, you can't fault the guy. Well, now, it's just like damn. And it's of course, it's something that has like be built on me. That's where you go on like a bit more dates, you know. Goes back to that communicating. Like, yeah. If they aren't communicating she's gonna have to basically like if he needs to get that trust back. So and he needs to kinda dictate what it takes to get that trust back. So. If that's like, oh like who? Are you talking to like that kind of thing her to like reassure him? Like, oh, it's my mom or whatever like, you know. And and it's that fine line because you also can't you can't completely invade the person's privacy there because like. It's a very fine line to walk when you're trying to rebuild trust with someone in this area. Because it's not like you can be like, well, I'm going to track your phone, and I'm going to do like you. Okay. You have to rebuild trust not be like helicopter. So I think again, that's where they need to talk someone because I can't I can't dictate exactly what that means for them. But she's going to have to kind of go. And prove to him that she's not going to do that again proved to him that now now that I'm not going through cancer. Now that we're normal again that I still look at you like the best thing that happened that I still want you in our normal day to day life, still if you value me like you say, you value me because I didn't leave you doing a superb pivotal like important moment, you'll going through versus other person that you wanted to leave before that don't seem like they were willing to take care of you at all like house, even even happen. Like, do you still work together? Like, did you have to stop going to work because you had breast cancer? You know, what a lot of people do like. Wow. Yeah. There's going to be a lot there. It's going to be a slow v build with this like. I gave me saying like maybe the guy was trying to do this before. Like, that's cool. Maybe what that? It's hard to game firm believer that you have to continue doing the little things all throughout your relationship. Because those like, yes, those are the things that added up, and if you're not doing those it's easy to like either fall at a love or just kind of be less, happier. Whatever I think both parties should continuously do those things because. You have to still you have to show people and tell people and reaffirm and reassure and all that. You know, that we're still good no matter what happens or that. I still love you in like that kind of stuff. If that's what you say. I say, they should communicate. But you don't. So do you not believe that that's important in a relationship? I feel like you're going based on your things in that going based on a general because general I see exactly what because I think people sayings are touches or whatever those can be different like people, gift-giving, whatever your thing is. But like, I think whatever that is those little things should be continued. Whatever has he added whatever they need. They need to communicate it and if something's person to be open to doing. Thing to be open to doing whatever is needed for each other, right? That's it. Like, I'm sensing a little hostile. Don't push values on these couples. They don't want that shoe like whatever is needed. Just it's just goes to communicating and working something out that day just communicating working it out, and it takes would this thing is going to take time. And it's you got each other. Just you got to work through it. With that being said China. After this bad boy up. 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Episode 649: Jesus Culture

"From the creators of relevant magazine. This is the relevant podcast. Julie. It's Tuesday, October sixteenth, two thousand eighteen and it's the relevant podcast. I'm your host. Cameron Strang in here with me in our Landau studio engineer, my brother, Chandler strain, low on these Skype line from lover land. Virginia. Jesse Carey, though it low all the way from Nashville, Tennessee, Tyler, Huckabee everybody, and still hanging out with whales in San Antonio, Texas author, speaker podcasters, Spiring, cowgirl, and fish, connoisseur Kenny. Kenny burger fiction. Rare. Food connoisseur. Seafood. Friday's episode. You know that any is there with some friends and she went to see world jokes this Friday show. If you, hey, we have a great show in store for you today. Jesus culture joins us. They're coming up later. They came through our studio recently and performed a couple of acoustic songs from their new album, and it is phenomenal. Not only will you get the audio performance here today, but we are going to post the videos of the performances as well. You'll see them on relevant TV. I can. I say something last week or about a week and Afgoe. We had for keen country on the Friday episode frigging country and ago played this song just like Jesus culture today play two songs here in our studio. Recently, we put videos up online, relevant TV on the relevant YouTube channel need to watch them. I mean, era. Awesome. They literally, I wasn't exaggerating. They cram twenty musicians in our studio and the energy of the performance and how has stripped down, but so energetic and so catchy. Our video team didn't mazing job. I thought, but the the band was incredible. You need to go watch those videos. Likewise, while you're there, watch these the performances you're about to hear today from Jesus cultures. Well, yeah, it's incredible. It's so cool to see fans come through the city and you know they do things that are so exclusives us like they're, you know, it was like when Johnny swim did they're kind of like the strip down set, all the performances are so fun to watch and see what you need to be careful Abner didn't strip down out. Well, not one that was not. They, they were not happy, but all I'm saying is keep an eye out for person. If you host video service and you'd be interested in that video, then hit us out. We are struggling. Slowly unbuttoned his shirt. Can't he. Dive into the show because we got a lot to get to high understand. But last on the last episode we talked a, we're talking about like old Christian culture, stuff like the power team recently stumbled upon a Christian culture relic that I remember from my childhood, something jumped out of me. Like when grown up. How often do you go to the Christian bookstore? Was that something that you will weekly weekly. My grandparents own down the street from them. So, yeah, I would. Tyler owned a Christian bookstore treasures of the heart, not Nebraska. Okay. So here's what I remember about treasures. The heart I love is so. I love it. Out by big Christian. So name any names. But. Let's just say trencher. So I remember going crazy books and there's always like like three or four paintings. Our always for sale in the wall one or two Thomas Kinkaid. Ze. Yeah. Still always been. They had, then they had like the beach scene where it's like the the footprints in the sand yo down to one because she's a started carrying them. You know, we all know that one. There was one that really disturbed me as a child which recently encountered again online, and it's a guy and he's like in his apartment and he's like, shooting up drugs into his arm, but the are, but Jesus is it's actually Jesus's. Are you guys familiar with this. Picture it, but I don't remember it redeemer that were that painting. I remember that it's Jesus sticking his arm out like he's intercepting the drugs. What I'm talking about right? Somebody hang that in their home though. Harry. Harry. Extremely graphic. It's like extremely. It's like you couldn't put this on television. I could see maybe like a like a ministry or whatever may be having it and they're like waiting room. I don't know. But like at home. I got a nice, you know cottage by stream at nighttime with like street lights, eliminating a stone pathway, and I have a drug addict shooting heroin in Jesus's are. Pain recently again, how how, how did you stumble it on. So many random rabbit holes doesn't matter. That's unfortunate, joy. When I open my laptop in the morning, you know, like the twenty tabs from two o'clock in the morning. We're still open and I'm and I'm kind of like, oh yeah, I got down that rabbit hole. And that's moment. Do you ever like in the morning go, oh, man. I don't know if I remember all of them. Oh, yeah. They come back to me. We are times and but I don't know how I stumbled upon this. I could have intentionally sought it out. I don't remember to be honest with the any, but I was looking at the painting again because I remembered it so distinctly for much hood and I figure looking at it right now figured it's like a weird shared memory that a lot of people out of people like Chris chap, and I noticed so many weird things like on. Okay. So here's just briefly like employment. AK he sitting at a table there junkie, how junkies house it's falling apart as you know, very decrepit. There's a side table. Yeah, but there's one item that really jumped out to me and my last viewing this painting. Describe what's in front of him Cameron. He's always been this dining table. That's got a big ashtray full of. I'm going thirty used cigarettes. They're still smoking. There's candle. There's two playing cards like he appears to have. Terrible hand of Texas holdem. Yeah, he's here. He's here. Glass of whiskey on the rocks with the bottle next to it? That's half empty. He's got a small mirror with cocaine neatly organized into lines. He's got a what I soon to be a loaded gun laying there. And what is that a chili pepper? What is that? There's. Okay. Okay. It's a before you go further on the other side tables, a human skull, which is. That I always out like. Jesus. He's got your arm. I don't really. The message doesn't fully translate here, so lawf-, but here's what here's what jumped out at me. Because as human skull, there's all manner of drugs Cameron tell them what is hanging on this tour. What are those jokes? He's not. You're telling me this drug addict. Okay. Who is simultaneously. I on heroin, cocaine, drink entire bottle. It smoke thirty cigarettes. Kids civilians nunchucks. Purpose weapon. There you are more likely yourself with non shocks did literally any other weapon possible. This guy is a kung FU master that I think can handle all of these in a system like nunchucks. Like when the artist was painting, it artist painting. Probably doing. You know, he probably Dr dabbles in the dark arts need a human skull. This is a bad dude. I think he's got nunchucks any hangs on. He hangs before he goes out. He brings them with these were in blue jeans to a black t. shirt. I mean, he's dude. There actually isn't to arms like it's it's not like his arm has been moved out of the way he and Jesus have one arm. It is like coming out of his left shoulder his arm and Jesus's arm together. It says, if him and Jesus are the most uncomfortable Siamese things. Yeah. A super drug user really emotionally uncomfortable to consider the possibility that the human skull is actually not a witch craft situation. But this is this is his fallen foe who took out with a pair of nunchucks did tell tale heart Edgar Allan Poe situation where he's been slowly driven to madness by the skull that spaces in every day he's losing his grip on reality. He's forced to cope use it by putting these things into assistant. He's coping medically and now Jesus. I don't know if that's a manifestation of this delusions, or if it's like a the salvage picture that we've kind of interpreting it as oil on canvas, eighteen inches by twenty one available now at treasures of the heart on sale. Hang in the office somewhere, probably right. Facility, they're not going to hang up living room, little triggering rehab facility, hey, who's gonna? I think it's just the church offices. You know, you're back. You're walking back to pass. All the paintings, the twelve disciples. They're trying to put up more modern art when they're like one to be like, we're a ministry reaching those who the world is behind. Remind how I'm curious about the theological implications of this because if they're saying like, no, you know, Jesus is taking the drugs for him so that he doesn't hurt himself. And does that also mean Jesus swing in the nunchucks or nunchucks are in his hand. Time Jesus is those aren't the guys Jesse. Jesus showed up. There's just a lot to unpack in this painting and I. I needed to talk about it and I'm glad you guys are there for me. That's all. Let's hanging on the podcast episode. What's the deal with the handprint? That's what I wanna know because I feel like it's in there for a reason. Yeah, I wonder about the, there's this on the on the door to leave. There's a big left hand print. That's like very much darker like it was very dirty dirty hand pressed the door, shut. I I, it's very strange going on. It's a lot happening and I just needed to get off chess. I don't wanna sit another sleepless night thing. I do in the sequel to this painting where Jesus takes the nunchucks hit to the head that this guy is trying to give. Right. Attach your left that much harder to sway non Jackson. The most terrible paintings I've ever looked at Jesse Witten. Witten offer jesse's art corner on the podcast ever again. Hardwood still be open. Too good for the pain for the maximum. The next listener contests absolutely is going to be that painting in a frame signed by all of us. That's for whoever loses the contest. These are relevant in my office. I had a lot of Christian Chachis Christian culture skis and stuff like that. One of my favorite ones I came across from the treasures, treasures of the heart era was a line of ceramic figurines for Catholic children. That's what how it was marketed and it was Jesus participating with the children and their everyday lives and sports activities. And these were like just little ceramic figurines of Jesus and the children. So the children like the the boy was up to bat and little league and and and full grown. Jesus was draped over him also holding the bat. Do remember, do you remember that one? And then one was to the kids playing football and Jesus is getting the hand off and there's Jesus read after Jesus. This is clawing into our Lord and savior, like headfirst to take him out. You know. A whole bunch of inappropriate Jesus figurines. Yeah, show necessarily rough this Jesus. That's. Figurines. Desi maybe even read about it on the website. Oh, Jesus. Yeah, there's just like body checking a little kid. But Reid using for the next contest. We order this magnificent tainting of deliverance from drug abuse and use and sign it and give it to a listener who teams are so overpriced man, like those can cades and the and these like these prints are hundreds and hundreds of dollars. In some money, some how there's a whole crypto currency market that people are like converting their savings. There are people who converted their savings seeking Cates. When a time comes in the economic economy collapses here, wish that you were trading Incan Cates at that who's laughing then when I still don't care cottages from the painter of light himself, I do enjoy it, Kim k. puzzle about once a year, though, I'll tell you the truth sitting down with the family around the Kim gay puzzle overseas. Because there's another point of light on every single piece. So you can't even. This will the peace with the sparkle like a shimmer kind of. That's all of them. Oh, man. That's a snow covered section of a cottage roof. Anybody else literally four thousand of the pieces are part of snow covered cottage roof. So I need a piece shows like a little bit of a candle glow. It's like coming through a window, man, there's eighteen of those windows. I don't. Yeah, I got the none shot tea- sentences clearly nunchucks. On a converse with these other. Jesus are pieces, two thousand piece puzzles. That would be a very interesting Christmas holiday with the family. All right, grammar. Here's burst. Who has the cocaine. I got a pair of queens to queens queens, syringe anybody looking for the tip of the syringe. I have an arm. I think it's Jesus and the guy shared are I don't know there's three arms in this puzzle. There's not a fourth. MOViN the show along. If you listen to for king countries, performance that we can go. You know that we kind of messed with the the, the flow and format of the show. We're gonna do that again today. So normally on our Friday or Tuesday show, we do slices. And then obviously later we're going to have our asked Jesse segment still doing all that. We're just gonna get a mix up the order because Jesus culture performed two songs. We wanna play them for you ever. Gonna put slices right in the middle. So we're take a break right now and stay tuned because coming up next Jesus culture joins us. One knows you. Nobody. Nick. To max frost. 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All right. So I know a few weeks ago we talked about Guinness world records. I stumbled upon one this week. I have to talk about it's from a man in Anthony, Kelly. I've seen Anthony's Kelly's videos before you may have to. If you've gone this down the same rabbit holes I have this is the man who can yank EROs out of the air when they're shot from a bone marrow Tyler using this guy, no, no, never even heard of this, but I'm on this guy. You can shoot an arrow and he will grab it out of the air right. Insane. Insane. Chandler, I know I'm asking you posted or or Mark a lot on the episode page. I'm gonna head of the DO. There's going to blow people's minds of this cat pulling arrows out of the air. He just set a new world record. He's he right now is part of a screw sive club that holds fifty or more Guinness while records most of his is for yanking things out of there. They're moving fast. He can you paint ball, Anthony, can't clapping catch it without it bursting a paintball. That's how fast man's hands are. He has set the world record for the fastest tennis ball ever caught with one hand over one hundred and fifty miles an hour. Bear Hanish fall. No mid bare hand. Okay. This is fascinating. Not just because he can do these strikes these feats of strength. There's there's a part of of his story that's been buried that I find incredible. So he credits this ability to yank things out of there that are moving very fast with two things. One is he practices opening and closing his hands. You know as fast as you can guess what his world, his personal record for when he practices opening closing his hands and five seconds, guess what is personal best is. Opening closing his hands in five seconds, boom, boom, boom. Yes, ten times Cuyler. Voted ten. I'm going to say I'm gonna say twenty eighty five. That is like bullet time, that is the matrix, right? That's insane, Bubba. I can't even do. Bye-bye. That's how we can watch. Yes, there's tons of videos of this guy. You can watch. It's insane. I don't think I don't know if he has his hand opening closing, but when you see what he can do, you won't be surprised at all. Okay, here's he credits this with one thing. Okay, that his, he has amazing hand speed. That's the world has never seen anything like it. He's in his fifties. Okay. Here is the one thing he credits the success too. Daily daily quiet time with the Lord. Our team. Yeah. Okay. He he, he claims in this man is in his fifties, and he's Australian. Okay. So you know he's lived a normal. Yeah, he, yeah. Oh, she's button on this one and get Adam involved. He claims to have never in his life eating a fruit or a vegetable. Always. What's a potato, a potato starch. You call this a start. So all the eats meat Matteo and has never had one fruit or vegetable pass through his lips ever. And he's in his fifty these in his fifties. And he says, if more people would do this, they discover these insane. Superpowers like his parents raise a kid in childhood and never give them a fruit or a variant of the coolest guy on earth of real life superhero. He's missing five times open and close his hands and five seconds because he's never eaten a fruit or vegetable. I'm in on this guy, whatever he's doing. I am doing. I'm done with fruits and vegetables like why eat them what? I have a specimen of humanity that he pulled a paintball out of the air. Okay. Think about that a paint ball out of the air because he doesn't so tough the muscle like he must be able to. Shaken the hand with Australian. It is like grabbing a catcher's mitt. Yeah. Beefy digits. Land, the land of beefy digits. Real kangaroos. They're like, I mean, they're surfing. They're like punching sharks out there in the waves. I mean, it's like they, they have to have strong claws. Yeah. Yeah. Everything out there wants to kill you and the only way to to avert them with your own two hands in your own. And this guy's master it because he never eats fruits and vegetables. I get. I get people give me a hard time on my diet all the time, and I'm gonna point to to this hero and be like, oh, that's cool. Let me see how fast you can open closure and five seconds. I'm county right now. And if it's below seventy, I'm going to very unimpressed and I'm not gonna eat any vegetables or fruits. It's he's, he's a hero, and he's proved another theory of mine about nutrition is that the whole fruits and vegetable thing, the whole food pyramid is a big, you know, uninformed, why perpetrated by Chiquita banana and other fruit companies. I don't believe Kita took either. As soon as a as soon as a fruit eater does this, I'll believe it. I'll believe that they can do otherwise. Heavy digital hand from down under. Eighty five and five seconds. I mean I just need to know again again, the interesting thing to me about you Jesse is how you get where you get not. I like the journey not just a destination. You wonder if you Google, what happens if you don't eat fruits and say this, you don't know the journey. The journey goes dark corners of the web and come out on the other side. Trust me, it's just one of destination on. If you follow jesse's advice, you're going to end up with rickets. You're gonna end up with. I just trying to think all outcomes scurvy scurvy. Rickie apparently really, really benefit the risk is I die of those scurvy and rickets at the same time, the benefit is if someone she's a paintball, I can grab it out of the air enclosed by hand, very quick. Get your own world record if you died of scurvy and rickets same time, right. I mean, that happened to most pirates died that way. So. Well today, like pirate is there is no higher feet. Everyone dies sometime not everybody catches air out of the air, not everybody time. Patrick tyrant. Everyone will die, but not everyone pirate. All right. What do you. Tyler. I, this is hopefully gonna launch an interesting conversation. I have a lot of thoughts about it. Just the I know where you're at on crypto, zoology, you're, you're for it right. Yeah, obviously, yeah. I mean the the study of it in general. Absolutely. There's there's only Harding Sigane there are only things to gain for the uninformed Tyler Huckabee give us the elevator pitch of cryptos zoology, what is it? The study, zoology, zoology, but mysterious, Bigfoot, the Loch Ness, monster, the abominable snowman animals that that skeptics will tell. You are not rea- sensually jesse's browser history from last. Sunny crypto zoology will tell you that not only are they real, but they are. They're trying to communicate with, okay, here's the thing a few years ago I entered use on this podcast an animal, none of us had ever knew and sounds like cribs of Yala the flying FOX pictures and posted him, and it doesn't look like anything out of reality. It's a dog with bat wings on it. It's found I found a new animal that I I'm really into right now the Tasmanian tiger. Have you guys seen this thing. Dog tiger hybrid with the big rat tail. I promise you, you are lion Tasmanian tiger. They're technically when it stink, but some people think there's still a couple out there. There you can see pictures. You can see actual pictures. It looks like a dog and a tire mix and it's got a giant tale of a rat. It is awesome. Adam Smith, we're on his own and looking at pictures of it. Right now I've been bring think we're all there. So this story, the slice this hard science comes from Canada to the north, and apparently in an the city in Canada, which I hope I'm going to Okinawa gone Canada. There is they have a bay have long had rumors of a creature living in a lake around there that they call the Oga pogo. Much actually to to the indigenous people who live there had stories about this too, but it's been spotted several times since and even in recent times. And this thing has been spotted three times in the last month including one video that was posted to YouTube. Now, what is it? What is what is go look like? Yeah, I go. Pogo is is by this guy's estimated about fifteen meters long, it is suspect it has a long with several bumps and the head of a horse. This is a very common trip through allergy, the horse set thing. And then when you say you're like, oh, I guess I can kind of see a horse in their mo- like a, not unlike the Loch Ness monster, but less bogus kind of a slimmer, lock. This is this is in cases right down the road from us right up there. There's there's only one video that was captured posted a YouTube about forty, five seconds of you can see this creature sort of breaching in and out of the water. And then it was spotted two other times in just a couple of weeks after once from an office building up above the lake, and then once from the top of a parking garage. So this thing wonder, percenting cysts. Like, obviously you three people are in ally. At this point, it's. Corroborated formation from three wise elders. No reason to tell us who happened to be walking through a parking garage overlooking. Yeah, they have no reason to lie in the end the I'm I'm, where are you guys out on? Does he I know where you stand because you're a man of science. I know where I stand I by believe what I read any Cameron. I don't know where you're at, like the Loch Ness, monster, like scale of one, it does not exist. Conspiracy person. So what, what have you concluded. A hundred percent believe in the monster. We ever talked about that. I got baptized in jail now that no. Down there. Monster together. So I'm a hundred percent in on all of these big foot, lock Ness. This thing, I think you're technically like Celtic, witch. If you're saying what religion baptized you in the Loch Ness, where you submitting your life to l. e. I will say this any for brief time was a Celtic peg Celtic peg. This was. Technically, you're witch at that point. She talks about extensively chapter seven and remember God seek as she forgot God for a while. She. And then the big twist at the end, she comes back and remember. To my knowledge, it was a Nordic deity. They really Volvo nunchucks and stuff. I always got a good handcarts, hey, you really like without a wink without being like you really do truly believe in the like monster, or are you just saying that? I totally think there could be an animal like a dinosaur like animal that has existed in the bottom of lot mass for a lot of years. What is it eating? What's the food supply to keep such a massive beast alive fish, there's a quarter into according to Nordic Celtic deity, souls. It is eating souls. Not believe in monster. I'm with you. I believe that there could be something down there. I don't know it or not. I don't. I don't really. Yeah, there's you don't Chandler that I really. I mean at this point I feel like there would be a good picture of it. My thing is they have sonar equipment now we don't eat a nineteen thirty two blurry black and white, right? Like thing. Different back literally, they could just shoot of they found the Titanic. I mean, literally they can. They can visit the entire Loch Ness very, very easily come on and what they can't because it's so dis. There's so many caves. There's caves. The thing about the Titanic. Yeah. Just went to the bottom of news baptize in the Loch Ness, you're going to tell a Celtic pagan priestess. If she goes to Loch Ness at midnight on Halloween and lights, four candles bend, the pass to do what she says. Yeah. I mean, I mean according to your her tradition, there are druid k. underwater cave dwellers that will be cell. Right. During the harvest. The problem is all of our friends. Ulysses gonna start beating graphics hate after this. With their spare this. I'm not going to enjoy with with what we know about. I mean, we can see through mountains now we can see into anything. I, if there was anything down there, scientists would know wish you lived with a little more mystery in your life. Cameron Strang also for two still exists, it would have to be more than one to reproduce likelihood. Yeah. Okay. So as millions of years old by itself, that's a lonely life. I think after a while he just kind of pulls a John Stewart and says, I'm tired. Dances youth from the souls that are baptized in his leg. Could be relaxed. I think there could be. I definitely believe that there are animals in the ocean and possibly lock Ness that we don't really have that. We don't know about or. I agree with you on the ocean. There are dinosaurs swimming. Why the ocean, but not not not a very deep lake so much big, it's way more vast, the vast -ness of it, the entire ecosystems that we have no clue about. I can find body of water. I with one thing and I, it's easily science can see all the way what it needs to see two sided, two sided. No, it's more plausible that there are dinosaur, Loch Ness, monster type creatures in the ocean, and there are in Loch Ness proper. It's almost certain. I think a lot of people would probably agree. Yeah, I but the the, oh, go pogo definitely exists. Of this lake because it sounds like it's like a pond it and industrial park. Jimmy was on his lunch break. Looking out the window and saw pogo, like Canada is they got late, you can't. You can't fill in every lake in Canada. You just concrete in the world. I'm willing to do a road trip if that's what you guys are asking, I'm willing to go and go find. No good. Old-fashioned ogoh-ogoh hunt I'm in. It really does seem to be according to the news that I'm googling so that I can see a picture of pogo year right tower. There really is a surge in people saying this creature. Suddenly. I mean. I mean, what? What would be the? I mean, the first person who takes video has nothing to gain from this sure. Some of the people who jumped on the bandwagon, maybe trying to get some media attention for it, but there's really not a lot like you're not going to be famous because you said, hey, I saw this weird thing in the lake. I think it was the ago pogo monster. You'd be surprised what people think they'll get famous for Tyler. We live in the same town. Exactly. Swift at the bar last night, I saw a mythical creature. Yeah, some people Bosc at the bus staff. Other people make up mythical creature sightings. I mean, there's two ways to this country. That's right. That's what we know. For sure, Canada are, what do you have any. In a surprising turn of events. I have the least ridiculous slice today. Did you know that recently scientists have connected the brains of three people, allowing them to send one another thoughts. So they what they did is they connected their brains with e. Jesus, like with the little spots? Yeah. Yeah, and it had they had them play a game of tetris and two of the people would look at the screen and tell the third person whether to move to the right or to the left. And the third person would hear the thoughts in their head and then move the piece correctly. And in fact, they even sometimes had the other two that were connected. Tell the third person the wrong way to go just to make sure the third person was actually hearing what they said they were. They were hearing in their head and in it was working. They had connected all three brains. And this article is very clear to say like, this is not telepathy. This is not like you can think. And so this is literal science that their brains were connected in a way that one person thoughts went into the brain of another person's thoughts. How could they distinguish what they were like? It was another person's thoughts like I can't imagine that sensation right. I can't either. It was an eighty. One point, two, five percent success rate in every trial that they did, and they did multiple trials of five groups of three people. So thinking like left right up down or was it like a voice? They were flashing lights on either side of the screen that said rotate or don't rotate, and they had to look at rotate or don't rotate and the in the third person had to receive that signal and then just say rotate or don't rotate. Was it a still small voice? Because I have a theory. You're connected to the Holy Spirit. Very convicting them. I don't know. One time I started dabbling in non shock ary and I felt a very loud voice this slippery slope. Next thing, you know, you're shooting up playing solitaire. If your brain, if you could literally send thought into someone else's brain, I would get into jesse's brain, I would want Jessie. I'd connect Jesse first foremost of everyone. I know on this planet, I'm going jesse's. Right away. It would just. I wanna know what happened there so much. I, I wanna be a part of this one of these studies where it's like, okay, guys, she's saying about pizza. Again, he's hungry. He's pizza, get derail. Like I guess you have to focus on rotate. Don't rotate in order to work I soon, but I so the implication is sometimes at some point they'll be able to connect mines in have more sophisticated thoughts than just like yes or no, basically. Yeah, right. That's I mean, that's what they're trying to test is in the long run. Can we help each other that that seriously that it could be putting your thoughts and someone else's? As long as I can control, which thought that'd be my concern is that is that the wrong stupid dollar be. We're going to like thinking about the ogre pogo monster. Like the know how idea of you being able to play. So the third person who's receiving the thoughts couldn't even see the screen to know whether so you're not using any of your own ability. He literally was hearing rotator, don't rotate in his head her head. That's really strained dry. I don't think you saw this short. You said this was not the weirdest slice that we brought to the, I don't know about that. That's true. Maybe I'd be really proud of that if this concept gets weirder than the Oko pogo, but it's like that black mirror sewed where they can read record in, you know, like, you know, kind of read the impression of the mind's eye and then you know these disolve crimes obviously either publicly or just directly to me of the first ten episodes of black mirror I should watch because you reference it so much, but there's so many for you. Spiracy minded nece you, that's a show for you, like, yeah, conspiracies, but it's about like thought expert, expelling possible outcomes about things that we don't think about. Formally, it's the same conspiracy theories to the degree that maybe there's more going on here than we realize. That's what I like. I like to stop right before I get deathly scared, which is a very fine. We'll say this. I saw great quote about conspiracy theories here today. It was no one who believes in conspiracy theories has ever been a project manager because like in order for some of. These conspiracies to happen. So many people have to work in like perfectly in tune in perfectly quietly that it's like, yeah, probably. You know, a lot of them are more fun to think about than, you know, d-actually believe. That's why I don't believe in government conspiracy theories because see the government. See the government tries to keep quiet. Harry unsuccessfully like like they can't even keep de like keep track of who's resigning and who's not resigning. I don't think the aliens in area fifty one straight. Yeah. So you, you don't believe you think if there was something like, okay, now that you're president, you get privy to all this classified information about what's really been going on? I think it would have come out. Two years. Yeah, exactly. Like the Bush with houses. Yeah. Or maybe that information's was held from some particularly loose. Lipped presidents have a tendency to get on social media at very late at night and. Thanks. Maybe discretion on who's really and the inner circle, right. Okay. Well, that'll do it for slices. Stay tuned up. Next Jesus culture joins us for another amazing performance. You're listening to trust song, seven. Well, when Jesus culture was here tour, I'm trying to remember. I know they were here for big concert rock the universe. That's what it was. They were forming that night rock the universe. If you have a chance to see them on tour, absolutely go do it or one of their conferences. I've been to number of them. It's an amazing experience. They are very gifted. Chris Gallos solo album came out last year is actually my favorite albums like it's not. It's worship in. It's musically not and like it's John bending and doesn't fall into the category, and it's incredible. 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One faith handed down for all the seems the ancient modern bible available now at ancient modern bible dot com. To Mansor Brown as backs out. Okay. It's been role in for a couple about a month now. Yeah, we've been. Just plug my brain up to jesse's brain right. Always has such as its Asian coming into the segment. Visibly uncomfortable. You guys, you guys l. the everybody has has situations in life or you need a little help a little advice, low low expertise and talks about this a lot that when she gets a chance to talk to people on her podcast or in life her a little bit further down the road, you know, like what are the things we need to do to live our best lives. Now you guys have those same questions and we're here for you. I'm talking advice of personal nature, romantic nature, legal, you know consultation really. Disbarred from my ever attempting to practice law, but I will be willing to dole it out here in LA just left and right. What anybody wants it is time for just asked Jesse are were, were you guys tweet us your life questions in Jesse, answers them. We've been scouring Twitter. There's a whole bunch. Here's a few for Jesse to tackle Thai hill. Jesse, tie hill tweet us. I, I got married this past February as a twenty five year old and my wife and I have been talking a lot about how long we should wait to have kids. I think jesse's input is really the only factor that matters. What do you think. I mean, I would. I would start in not stop till you can't and you know, I'm thinking you're gonna love a herd of children here, like Thomas Kincaid. Let's say, you know, if been. Benefits are multifaceted here, let's say of having a gaggle of children. What's benefit? Well, let's say there's some sort of economic collapse and we go back to agrarian society. They're basically your workers at that point. You've built your own. Thank you, their children slash farmhands. The second is the more the why the Amish are such a lasting, more likely you see way in a cinnamon rolls, they're lasting because of those goods. Fantastic. Rocky chairs. Good would what's work. The other thing too is. You're listening to this podcast. You're asking me a question, so I'm sure we think a lot about the same thing. So I talked about a guy earlier who experimented with his diet and low, and behold, there was great benefits. You have the more children. You have the more opportunities you have to do. Experiments with things like nutrition, sleeping habits, fitness, that science may say is to quote unethical or something that can't be promoted by the medical establishment. Tie. These are your children. You're allowed to do whatever you want with them, deprive some of fruits and vegetables, make some sleep. You know, thirty minutes every hour. You have more opportunity to find out the the limits and the far limits of human capability with all of these children of yours. Tie answers, obvious, begin having children now don't stop till it's not possible to have any further report back to me frequently answered question that is great advice, Aaron, Aaron, Raymond, e, no, for people wondering Jesse is not seeing these questions they can place, Aaron Raymond is wondering, are you kidding Cameron? Do you think something's not about that for one second before you read this? These Andy, I will not. Take your criticism and hatred and foolishness. Any longer. Please Cameron proceed with the question that Ray Monte says. I'm an English teacher in a small city in China. I'm leaving to return home to Florida in January, and I wanna be the foreigner, this town never forgets. What should I do to make a long lasting impression before I returned to the u everyone cannot see how much Cameron is even just giggling raining this question, what's what's the person's name? Camper and Aaron Ray Mandi. Okay. Well it's it's a she. Yeah. Okay. Well, here's the thing I all I know is I know very little about Chinese culture by do know this. You could be a very average basketball or player or athlete here and be a superstar. There. Do you ever for debt could even hack it in the NBA and he is like the Michael Jordan of China right now. Okay. So here's, here's my. Here's my suggestion. You find an American sport that you're not even that good at practice up become the next Tiger Woods of China or whatever it is. I've, we've seen this happen play out with many athletes, whatever it is, you know, it's an air your, it's there for the taking. You could be a superstar in China. If what I've seen happened with ask of all could work out. This is my suggestion. This one's easy. If I, if I was a teacher in China, I would also be one of the great three point shooters at country has ever seen and would be I would have statues in the street to me and I don't know why this person doesn't already. That's this is again. Sailed, I thought for sure. And Eliza was coming. I thought, well, he I'll say this. I from. Chinese prisons foreign prisons general joke, Disney jail. He don't wanna. Go Chinese. Yeah, exactly. I know enough to stay out of Chinese prison. I do know that. Ethan, Ethan, asked Jesse due to the type of work? I do. I haven't lived in the same state or sometimes even the same country for longer than three months. Okay. I've been doing this for a year and have another year left of it. One is the best way to live a holistic lifestyle with the schedule is sort of a sort of a drifter. This one, we don't know why he might be vagrant somebody decide what his job is. I'm, I'm thinking it's classified information. Witness protection or or Carney. He's a Carney, let's face the car. My work, which is a Carney. Yeah, Karna heated told us because he knows how much we love that people group probably while I said this before, carnival workers are not welcome to right into this podcast. Asset. Again, I don't trust most Carvel workers. I spend bamboozle too many times at that laundry basket with a ball game. There's something they bounce out every time. I don't trust them. No, I, you know. So. So he wants to live a holistic lifestyle while he's only spending three months in a city at a time. Right. Okay. This is so easy adopted different persona in each town test one out for what you wanted me later in life. Few of us have this opportunity like if you're gonna go into tow PICO for the next ninety days, why not be like an interesting Englishman who does a question on the side? No one knows your line. They go the different personas, maybe maybe one of these cities you can't even talk. This is a perfect opportunity to test out all the personas in lifestyles that you've been wanting to, and but but can't because most people can't because of normal life restrictions. You get a fresh late every three months. You can literally be whoever you wanna be and Bs Batum person or as good as you person. He got a fresh start every three months. You really got a year left. Dude. I would get on that right now. I would start practicing thorn accents. I would, you know, try different. I would be golf kid at one town. You know, I would wear giant jink pants from hot topic and go full golf. Did you see what it's line for three months? Who cares? I reset and hitting a hard reset next next ninety days this opportunity tests personas. I've surprised he hasn't done this already. That would be my dream. This is a great scenario. Helius John ever watch alias exactly alias where it was that show is so fun to go back and watch how how's she. Recife that he gets a clean slate this? Yeah, I think five to like if I needed a new persona, I would wanna be I wanna move into town is like the art dealer, like be the guy who shows that like have like white suits everywhere. From Miami. Yeah. Yeah, I, I would definitely like be an exotic pet owner one by like if I was like, this is lame and horrible. I got a change monkey diapers, and you know by expensive bird food, I would just leave the pogo yet. Keep feeding turtles to the pogo. Favorite thing about the hashtag ask Jesse is that famous actor and activists. Jesse Williams also uses it with his Twitter following, and it is a nice blending of people asking the actor about things and people asking absolutely ridiculous life questions. As I do every week. I extend the invitation to Jesse Williams to come on and answer these questions with. It's pretty route that t- as ignorant my offer, but do we do do we know if he's answering some of the questions intended for our Jesse. The life of the question. Twenty seven's a real good age start have. Like a lot of. Who's directing the next to episodes hashtag ask Jesse. There's so many great anatomy questions and then absolutely take wants from our listeners. Really. He does like answer that. That guy's question about how when does she start have real earnestly. I'm kind of interesting steak on the next very special. Grey's anatomy. Yeah. You play a doctor on TV medically. I'm just back in for this season. I've taken a few seasons often. I am back into grays. So really. Really, it's I didn't even know is still on the air. Yeah, I'm going down with that. Titanic. Zahlee mcbeal. No, but I wish I would watch that in a heartbeat. I love that show Brown is back maybe. Thing never went away. Like seventeen or something see them, like forgetting that still on and rebooting it like they like the interoffice slack chain is a little bit off and they're like, we're bringing back. We're getting the whole cast for Grey's anatomy and they're like, oh, I just thought this was three thousand four hundred twenty I didn't. Yeah. This movie's hey, we're rebooting Spirent but the other one's still going. That's fine. Who cares. Lastly, this most of the questions we select are people who are facing us a Nario, you know, a conundrum fork road their neighbors, calling the cops on them the day. They move into their home, you know, things that are like we have a problem to solve. Okay. Yeah, but every but there's a lot of very specific questions that people want you to influence their life. Jesse Chattan Lee said my wife and I just found out we're having our forth. Boy, we're baby questions there. So many questions. We're at a loss for name, where loss for baby names. We need advice Jesse. What should we name? Our son jesse's Inle Finley is the last name fit? Chad Finley, that's this name. So the last name we're working with Finley, and do this will be his name for his entire like lifelike, the three of you have experienced. I mean, my impulse is seduced alliteration and rhyming. So like friendly Finley. Yeah. I mean, I think this kid give this kid. Name that like people like friendly friendly's here every class he's in. I wanna hang friendly, friendly blurs together, either that or use the opportunities that you have three sons who I'm sure. Well, adjusted to kill with a symbol this time. Let's just win. One wants to address your son card with a symbol on it. You know, like the like the French thing. So I would go with something rhyming or something with that would have to do with handing your son giving him business cards. Whenever he wants it be introduced. Something with similar letters are no letters at all. Exactly. Finley or something. I I got you. That's good. Shenley Chen Li Finley since Mr. Fini is such an icon of our culture and Feeney Finley is were it doesn't quite rhyme. Yeah, slant rhyme. Yeah, it's good though. A slant. Right. Well, there's a lot more Jesse stuff. Sorry, we couldn't get to your life conundrums post better scenario. Picket. Or maybe maybe a luck out and Jesse Williams will. Hit us up hashtag Jesse. 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Ep. 11 | Cheese

Applesauce

1:16:34 hr | 1 year ago

Ep. 11 | Cheese

"Welcome to applesauce in horse feathers. I'm sage and i'm christa and we hope you're not lactose intolerant because we've got some cheese flavoured moments coming coming your way the dress and everything experiences an <music> transmit sauce and horses another bill okay. Here's here's the deal <hes> we done things on history. We've done research on people we've done <hes> i have never it's had as much fun researching as i have with cheese really and i totally would uphold the krista and research search for more than an hour if i didn't have to go somewhere after i had so much okay i enjoyed it. I don't think i had quite it is you. Did i kept to sixty minutes now. Even told you i am like i'm an i had stuff that i still wanted to look up didn't yeah you know what i didn't get to that. I kinda thought we should at least rush by wet. Was there's like a cheese. He's rolling wing. I was hoping you were going to get that out of his glove too. But then i looked on like oh my god i have five minutes left and i really wanted to do one more thing <hes> and so. I knew that one thing instead it so maybe to put some cheese rolling things on the blog yeah. We'll put a little bit of information. We we do know there is a cheese rolling contest every year and don't let role with the cheese or something and then they will be there supposed to roll it down yeah and then they were going to ban it because people were getting in toppling over because it's a giant hill i mean it's i think it's scotland so they're big hills else and she and scott. How much scotch do people drink before hurling till after i after it's because i don't wanna be running my tummy. You don't have not know everything. That's saying that everything is just we. I mean maybe maybe this is coming. After my stomach bug in oh yeah and i'm still like oh sensitive too soon too soon sorry krista uh-huh oh but she's flavored moments. There used to be these crisps in england and one of them was cheese flavoured moments. I i think that was the syria don't think that was the brand but it was the flavor may mean yes and i freaking love cheese-flavored vote and so i try and use he's at any chance i get and i meant to look that up and i forgot so there you are cheese flavored moments that can mean a lot aww they sound they sound delicious delicious in having any just saw them so much fun with cheese i mean how can you knew you know with all the people i'm nichole camden researching now at an hour. I'm sure there's some things that i could go into richie's amac. I wanna keep go it. That's funny we should we take it from the beginning. Yeah we'll i. The first thing i did was the types of the cheese briefing on the tight nut like the history <hes> story. It gets even dislike. The basic types okay can't all cheese is made from animal milk cow goat or sheep generally when made human milk cheese. I'm sure they have okay sorry. Keep going. I'm sure they animals sorry keep going and their fresh or ripened so fresh unripe and cheeses include cottage cream and ricotta and then ripened cheese is classified according to texture so we have the soft cheeses like beckham ream cama bear and and those have been ripened for a short time and i believe you brought an example today if water relating cheese off teases this this this was kind of a cool cheese that while krista introduced me to my favorite she shop in the entire universe of teashops epicure ian <hes> we've we've talked about it before <unk> in it's amazing and it's not just cheese. I have some amazing jews in then when i was there. I can't read any these words on here. No it's a for mosh pate more or les s jury i dunno. It's the pasteurised cheese. I think it's <hes> delicious bree lots sovereign affi name. I don't know what kind of sipa the other one is. Just cheese subspecies spread with pasteurized milk yeah so i think it's that other and it is delicious as a bit of a <hes> missing fabric a tiny bit of a org among both me speaker. What are the oh you talking e. b. o. u. r. g. o. Johnny whereas that because that's where it's from we're going on you. <hes> boy gone <unk> region. Yes so somewhere in french in french. Wow how just how <hes> interesting we're in france this. It's amazing so you tena off and then it's covered and re the rind and you just like shave the top part of the ryan and you can eat yeah so that's one of the soft cheeses and then we have the fed is a sheep and goat cheese and this one sage and i discovered together. It is delicious and i forgot forgot to get those orange crackers. Oh that's okay the spent we have somebody think they're i think they're still twenty years old yeah but this is amazing because it's in olive oil <hes> herbs with herbs and pepper and covers probably herb isn't or maybe is it a spice <hes> mm-hmm and it so good so afterwards you can use the olive oil for all sorts of things yeah. It's delicious and i discovered word. We said the first time stage and i went there. We both bought this cheese and i think i bought the orange didn't didn't right yup and it was a bad mistake him making up for it every time yes so spain has these <hes> large like the size of your head round crackers that you can kind of just <hes> rakoff will break off a bit and i decided to try the the orange crackers with this sheep's goat cheese sheep and goat cheese and i put put it together. Put it in my mouth and did not regret regret one bit. It was so delicious. I had to tell you have destroyed these together so we've been keeping the truth this ever since yeah so i i that would also be considered a soft cheese right. I think so so you think yeah bettas yeah yeah and then we have hard cheese and those are ripened for various lengths of time and they range from semi hard to hard so i wonder if actually that would be semi heart but anyway so those include cheddar <hes> gouda. I'll say gouda even i. I usually stay hotter because i've been to the town of how to do this. How do you do honey. Do probably not just you wait until later. How how do you do your though so cheddar gouda monster parmesan and romano parmesan is one of my absolute favorites i may or may not i have done a lot of research on parmesan. Oh thank you thank you. I didn't want to stop mike. I'm just gonna do an hour on parmesan alarm okay with that and the final type is <hes> blue cheeses. They're ripened by green molds and they include. These are the stinky ones. The gorgonzola broke. I still since it's the stinky ones. I'm not a big fan of the blue cheeses <hes> i used to do when i ate meat and and probably have to do this for brannigan radin listening. I'll make this for you for dinner. I did <hes> a fillet and on the bottom. I put a blue cheese on the late in the fillet on top of it and then i did a reduction like a red wine butter near cheery not caramelized onion reduction limit sounds delicious and with that with the kind of a little bit of the sweet and the buttery stink in the milton your mouth blue on the bottom. I met that would be delicious thing. Oh i forgot to tell what she says. I have oh yea mortiz more taste catch. Go have a career from switzerland and then i also have here's me on holy lamp rapper rapper to read it. It's <hes> it's a norwegian cheese ski queen. It's a <unk> it says it said traditional traditional norwegian brown cheese naturally sweet with a smooth mild caramel taste from a unique blend of cow and goat's milk it and it really good with apple's yeah yes and it is a sweet. It has a car molly tastes which is really odd. When you're when you have never tasted a cheese like just before oh it's a bruno st- apparently nope. Maybe that's the something to do with the nope. This is that's what it is a bruno st- cheese with a uniquely identifiable caramel brown color deep full bodied flavour outcomes from caramelized the way natural show just about to ask and goats and cows met there you go yeah good with apple pie fondue muffins and scones breakfast spread dust delicious but we have so here's appeals right now. We don't because you do. I just looked at plates and right before we started before we started recording. I was shoveling in cheese into my face is humanly possible chris like she looks down. Her plate is completely full still and mines but piece two pieces of juice an krakatoa yeah under some more there on the coffee table so he sued that's what we are right. We got it aw gray hair that would swim. That's the goat with odds way in the room per right the french the french french french from franch now we can get into the history and that's what i was most excited and i did very little the research on this christmas my history fame i'll give you the basic brief and krista can go deep dive her deduction of cheese predates recorded history which is flipping awesome and they found <hes> they think it began at least seven thousand five hundred years ago. Oh they found pottery cheese trainers in modern day poland ooh from five hundred years ago so that's where they they thought tub the earliest that they have found they also found some in <hes> turkey will they found <hes> like vases and stuff with the remains yeah an n an egypt and oh i haven't there's been some like a full thing of cheese found recently. That's thousands and thousands of year old years years old but i look into and that's all you get the all the information you guys. That's yet you got a three part on burials are gonna gonna get twelve part episode on cheese. If you're not careful we promise we won't have a multi barter anytime soon there i will be there will be here so they <hes> the the crystal may or may not have just taken out of cheese <hes> sheep and goats milk became the first the first ones that became good cheese kurds and and that's where it originally started <hes> and then right from the aging process <hes> came on a little bit later lay addition of cows malcolm um yeah kurds are what they put on putin. I hate that word arm because it sounds too much like probably i am also am also not a big fan the end of putin. I don't understand this. It's fries. It's chiens guest career stuff off of my french fries lovingly but summit that is okay now. We don't want lots of seasoning but cheese cheese faizan <music> among chili cheese fries nope. No you won't do chilli cheese writes. This is where this is where we part ways. It was nice knowing the local food in my mouth on my era quick all right. I finished my apple juice. <hes> does brilliant that one norwegian cheeses really interesting. It's really good. It's so different from any other his poor people are like would be great if we handsome p._s. Press pause go get yourself a cheese and then come back and listen any cheese. <hes> some of the earliest writings have records of cheese quotas from mesopotamia. I saw us so amazing. Didn't i didn't write that one down so cool yeah yeah all right history buff wag harry harry gum so i've got this is what i have it divided into his dream history in america and history in wisconsin. Ooh so yeah. I have <hes> you said seventy five hundred so amount and i have about eight thousand b._c. They don't really know for sure but they say the oh and this particular one. I got from a ted talk a brief history. The cheese is this little five minute video. The earliest neolithic farmers began. She's making about eight thousand b c <hes> and here's a direct quote from the video. The discovery of cheese gave neolithic people and enormous survival advantage milk was rich with essential proteins teens fats and minerals but it also contained high quantities of lactose a sugar which is difficult process for many ancient and modern stomachs <hes> cheese however could provide all all of milk's advantages much less lactose and since it could be preserved and stockpiled these essential nutrients could be eaten throughout scarce famines and long winters and quipped. I watched that ted talk to not a great little thing. That was cute so that's where that's where i got some the beginning of this history section really cool yeah the end by the end of the bronze age it was standard trade and maritime trade. It was a staple of culinary and religious life <hes> and then <hes> this is what you were talking about. Records words in turkey reference various cheeses or rennet is what they they talk about which is an animal byproduct and it accelerates and controls coagulation and isn't that in the stomach of the animals yes producing the stomachs of certain mammals and it it became a cheese making tool that was spread around to help create hard hard cheeses so some of the other <hes> my god linking foreign civilizations that are <hes> the mongolian nomadic mongolians. That's and they use- yaks milk. One of the best steaks i've ever had was a yak steak really delicious. It was so good god allies yeah oh tender i do. I like your tax yeah anyway so good. <hes> let's see egyptians enjoyed goat's milk cottage cheese <hes> south asia they used a variety of acids like lemon juice and vinegar and then they hung out to dry into los and that's what we know as pioneer and then the greeks the greeks produced salty briand fettuccine. I guess salting and brian are kinda missing and i love them for it yet. Fettuccine i like but i can only take so much of it. I can't eat tons and tons of f- i can sit here a little bit. I'm awesomeness of potato salad salad with with some dots perfect yami. I'm let's see so yeah they did the data and also something like today's pet carino ramon which is a grading grating cheese <hes> also in sicily and in across the mediterranean and then under roman rule dry cheese or casey s era deaths became essential ration for the soldiers. Oh yeah i read about the soldiers yeah and then the western roman empire collapsed but it continued to evolve all across medieval europe thanks to <hes> a lot of the religious orders the benedictine monasteries <hes> and these man those monks make i now he's an ear ear and they make <hes> <hes> illuminated manuscripts which are creighton that like the book of kells. It's all the pretty colors and it's it's like they're lit on the way you what you think what you krista the the with the gold and the rea- yes yes yes yeah <hes> yeah so that all those months are great. Oh and one particular her mom in. I believe ninth century ireland. <hes> wrote a poem about his cat. He was comparing his studies. <hes> his duties to those of his his cats duties <hes> and his cat's name was list pinger bonn and then <hes> so. Let's see at yeah so these monks experimented experimented a lot with cheese making and we're able to create a lot of the popular cheeses we have today and then of course we've got the alps and the swiss cheese making was particularly successful <hes> they mostly use cow's milk and count the cows in switzerland and are generally very happy they have laws for that like they have to be have to have a certain amount of <hes> exercise per day off good or happy kaos but this i found really interesting and i wanted to learn more about this but by the end of the fourteenth century alpine cheese from the greer region of switzerland became so profitable that a neighboring state invaded the greer highlands to take control of the cheese trade. Oh oh i'm that fascinating love greer yet. We have agree could zoya. I'm an upbeat fondue yes do you. You know how swiss cheese gets at tolls. No it's from bacteria that emits carbon dioxide <hes> interesting but the cheese in switzerland. I don't really have holes but switched jesus yeah and then look into swiss that particular swiss cheese but i'm assuming it's more an americanized one too is it oh i don't know <hes> but it the bacteria we're talking about like in the cultures and stuff yeah <hes> <hes> what's what's another one. Oh <hes> moult is another big. One like bree has mold though the ryan yeah the software soft bits and will get into oh how to eat that later in my belly young just to get in your belly shirts pretty much like shelvin in her mouth. Push it down the end okay so cheese remained popular through the renaissance. The industrial revolution took production out of the monastery and into the machinery. Although some of they do now today the world produces roughly twenty two billion kilograms of cheese a year. Don't ask me that translate that into into whatever how many twenty two billion kilograms kilo grams okay yeah and then we get into oh north america or america mostly north mac mirko said the americas were completely void of jeez i so it was much later later. When it was introduced by european immigrants while in the pilgrims brought it over on the mayflower yes and they were immigrants with their with their counties so they yes since early in the seventeenth century cheese has been produced. Thanks to the english puritan dairy farmers so you know they did some good. The things i i did have a little bit on this yeah uh-huh. Give it to me baby. Give it to me one moment. Let's see <hes> well. They i mean mostly they in the beginning they just made it for the home or for local markets <hes> but it they started to kind of focus on cheddar because it was sturdy <hes> it was a really sturdiness very british. She's as well so they probably yeah and <hes> mm it could withhold the different temperatures and and everything here didn't need a interested in nita climate climate that was specific <hes> and there was they were divided app. Oh yes i love jenner <hes> and then it's a by seventeen ninety. They were exporting wheels back to england. <hes> the british did not sign and not to think of it as well as their own and they started calling ginkichi's yankee. They didn't did the upper class or the royalty. Were like no. We're not gonna business gross cheese and then everybody else was like yeah. That's gross answer something like yeah and jared vinci. The first merkin cheese factory was in eighteen fifty one <hes> by jesse jesse williams yes <hes> and they just kind of generic cheddar cheddar bidders hetero. It became known as <hes> store cheese. Yes or yellow cheese. Yeah yeah yeah yellow cheese. We don't have any store cheese. I got into at later. We'll get into american cheese because i was like who can. We blame for that whole section craft section on that one all right well. We'll get there knowing it was like what is that's yeah exactly and that's what my section is titled. Can we blame so so yes. We've got the chatter. The puritans <hes> mostly new england is was known for their their cheese making rhode island connecticut massachusetts. <hes> things started moving west so from eastern to western massachusetts mont upstate new york the while you're looking at your notes i may or may not be stealing cheese while poop. You're i look at this cracker. I have together ready to go with chautauqua who different cheeses on it and then like bombed. I've talking. I totally ruined my plan. Okay keep going all right so after the revolutionary war new york state was <hes> was the the new cheese state so it superseded new england and then the western in region of ohio became part of the cheese industry and it was nicknamed cheese dumb or over fifty years the western region of ohio hieaux yes so for about one hundred fifty years new york and ohio contributed most of the cheese made in america and then we get to we scancen. They have this great national historic cheese-making center. John talk a little bit more about that in a bit but hit so here is wisconsin. The south eastern portion of wisconsin was settled in the eighteen thirties and forties mostly by eastern pioneers and by eighteen fifty foreign immigrants from germany. Norway and switzerland had arrived saved and started created settlements and brought their cheese making skills with them. The eighteen fifty senses records reveal four four hundred thousand two hundred eighty three pounds of cheese made on wisconsin farms in eighteen forty nine. That's a lot of cheese the way it was the national wire the eighteen fifty census. No no no the national something cheese something. Oh <hes> you see here. It is the national historic cheese making center and museum. I got a lot of this information from okay so the first cheese factory in wisconsin was opened in eighteen sixty eight by nicholas gerber and five local farmers supply the milk for the factory and it was a great success excess and did wonders for the local economy and it was a limburg cheese factory which was also the first bloomberg lemberger stinky cheese yeah numbers one of the stinky ones i i know of had other can't yeah it's not one i not when you see very often oh <hes> <hes> but <hes> yeah to stinky one and it became so this first lemberger cheese factory of became one of the the one of fifty three cooperative cheese factories built in wisconsin from eighteen sixty four to eighteen seventy four and nicolas gerber was a swiss emigrant migrant of course who first emigrated to the mohawk valley of new york making lemberger. She's and then moved to wisconsin in eighteen sixty nine. He started the first swiss cheese factory and by eighteen ninety nine wisconsin contained fifteen hundred factories located at various the crossroads where farmers would deliver their morning milk cheese production was seventy seven million eight hundred forty eight thousand six hundred pounds uh-huh this is by eighteen ninety nine while the top producing cheese state at the turn of the twentieth century was new york wisconsin had already passed ohio in eighteen in eighty and eventually surpassed new york by nineteen ten to become number. One in cheese production in the u._s. and here is this. She's so here's this wonderful little paragraph they have <hes> the museum has on their site and i'm going to quote quote quote the whole thing heart of the energy okay so the reason i'm putting this is because everything going on today in just today leave it there period okay quote part of the energy which enabled wisconsin's cheese industry three to maintain its focus from the very beginning was the continued influx of people immigrating to the united states from foreign lands these men and women represented almost every country country in europe and they chose wisconsin because of its place in the world of cheese making they arrived with a strong work ethic determination treasured family secrets and a desire are to continue the tradition of making popular cheeses from the old country and quote emigrants. This country is built on emigrants yup up and some awful rachel anna so yeah horrific racial injustice at its without we would not be here without without without immigrants. I can say that for sure none of where all eventually the grandchildren of immigrants yup whether it's great great great great great or whenever england so today there are approximately eleven thousand dairy farms with one point don't to seven million cows each producing an average of twenty one thousand four hundred thirty six pounds of milk annually wisconsin cheesemakers news ninety percent of this milk supplied to produce for two point eight billion pounds of cheese at one hundred twenty. Six plant's flooded cheese. Tom i i do have a problem with cheese and i didn't research any of this. Show is the treatment of the animals <hes>. I didn't research this either <hes> <hes> i don't think i i you know what i didn't actually even think about it until right now. When you're just talking about this sheer mad down a milk and their arse arse there are definitely <hes> i mean they all have rules. They're young that have to follow laws or ridiculous. They're not like switzerland no they. I need one. You know one. I'm just making this up. I have no idea what the what the rules are but they need zero room and they milk and they take the cavs away immediately from being born. I mean not not every firm. Does this and i know by how high spade yeah asses yet. That's how we feed them. Asses for meat eight and cheese dairy. The whole industry is it is grow with chickens and yeah about america. I don't know about the rest of the world. I'm <hes> it. It might be a little better. I don't know but it's gross the treatment of animals yes which is one reason why i always think i should be a vegetarian because of this not a vegan but there are ways of eating dairy stuff and yet you have to spend more money but you know they're coming from <hes> ethical all farm yeah and from <hes> yeah yeah you can you can have ethical derry yep you just have to look for and just because it says something on there <hes> you know on the egg crate or whatever doesn't mean doesn't always mean like cage free the definition of chaos like literally and how many feet it only needs to be this much so it doesn't mean they're super happy. I tend to go with like pasture raised used even pasture. It's only a certain amount of time they have to be put out to pasture and i read that the <hes> industry self like they have to have people come and check in on them when the regulators whatever yeah but they're hired by the farms in there. They're not <hes> outside so i mean they're outside companies but there are so you can hire literally. Just let them out while the inspectors come you come tomorrow. <hes> ten o'clock berbick let their animals out in the end back in <hes> again but there are some come yeah. There are some really good arms. Yeah we tend yeah. We tend to spend more money on eggs than i normally. It's i- they are pretty expensive. Feel better about yeah. Yup yup can get doesn't eggs for two bucks but all those poor babies and i know you know. I don't really spend a ton. You don't know what else we spend yeah on the money the because we get the one center organic yeah <hes> this is this all is on happy firms and i can't even remember the name of it that were probably thinking of the same one the blackhawks. What is that one <hes> well okay so back act wisconsin wisconsin has more skilled and licensed cheesemakers then any other state and to become a licensed modern day cheesemaker in wisconsin. You have to complete a course in dairy and food science and pass a comprehensive exam and i imagine it's not an easy exam. It's probably not like stick thing of cheddar. What kind of cheeses this cheesemakers in training are also encouraged to work within existing acting cheesemakers so they have apprenticeships so cool <hes> modeled after programs in europe. Wisconsin is the only state to offer cheesemaker the opportunity to become a master cheesemaker. I didn't know there was such a again so cool. It's like the somalia the exactly yeah a cheese world org sense as i have in my notes cheesy house looking at kept writing c a s e e. I loved all of these. I was so excited headed and a half of the time when i was writing cheese. There's always an extra ian there. Oh here's something <hes> the development element so wisconsin has all of their stuff. They've created over six hundred varieties and types of high quality american international style and artisan cheeses that have won more awards than any other state or country. Yeah i thought that was pretty great. <hes> wisconsin produces over twenty five percent of all domestic cheese really <hes> and is poised to meet the present and future demands quality and variety righty cheeses from wisconsin where quote she's as our culture in america's dairyland. Just imagine imagine a former cute little hat going raising this cold so this little center a museum. It's in monroe grow in the heart of cheese country. <hes> and monroe is known as the gateway to cheese country and the cheese capital of the u._s. Ams gateway drug waited. Ritchie is kind of the same each year. On the second saturday of june ninety pound wheel of swiss cheese is made aid and you can go watch it being made and they do it as it was done one hundred years ago and they do this in the imo emel bear stag farmstead ema ema bear stag time for those in the back you bear stag ugh. I am mispronouncing it which was a cheese factory and it began as a family operation in the late eighteen hundreds by alfred and ana imo bearish who emigrated from switzerland in eighteen ninety which is doing a cheesy do didn't do deal and we find more baba blah blah blah blah blah so this is factory sat dormant for over ninety years and then i guess it was rediscovered in two thousand nine and that it's now restored and that's where the <hes> ninety pound cheese is made every june right now we can get into american cheese. Who do we have to blame. We would like to blame amy. We can start with jesse williams as you okay. Does you did so jesse williams and then we'll get into father son. Did you see that he created the first cheese factory and it it started as a father son venture because his son two sons <unk> sucky making cheese though yeah like okay my personal yes so anyway he made commercial cheese making easier her and american cheese more reliably decent and then we get to as you mentioned james l kraft. I didn't have a lot what about him but kraft cheese <hes> was made in the early nineteen hundreds and what he was doing was he was taking the he was shredding reading note refuse <hes> crap cheddar <hes> re pasteurizing it and then mixed it with sodium phosphate <hes> and and then resold it but because it was like more shelf life he actually sold it for a higher price. Even though it was crappier chia <hes> and yes and by nineteen thirty over forty percent of the cheese consumed in the u._s. was kraft cheese and because because of their advertising i guess they they were <hes> yup. They were able to charge more natural cheesemakers however lobbied to have class act formerly distinguished distinguished from real cheese and the government was like meow okay and they establish guidelines for labelling cheese swiss cheese like rawdat. Did you see the the <hes> okay of the pasteurized process family. <hes> american cheese and quotes is a mild multiple and stable concoction of natural. She's bits mixed with emulsified agents to make in the language of the law a homogeneous plastic mass enough. The american jesus is most of the history. I have <hes> and i have some stories and dance. Cool stories and etiquette set some yeah cheesy remains were found in clay ponds tasting easy remains to be three hundred b._c. Egypt <hes> and into much of that <hes> ooh doing another the largest thing of cheese. Yes the largest wheel of cheese came in at fifty seven thousand pounds holy cow made by the eighty thousand nineteen ninety-five probably guinness book a world record <unk>. She's making. I don't know like how what did they do with them. I hope the ada did. I hope they shares around yeah distributed it to. There's this little a little book. I didn't get the book but some expert. These things were found in. It's called cheese pocket pocket guide club <hes> i almost bought it but again <hes> and one of the other little stories in there was <hes> mac and cheese you know how that was brought to the us no how hamas jeffers fell in love with pasta when he was in france and he brought back pasta machine but and then he served the first mac and cheese at a state dinner in eighteen o two. Oh my goodness <music> cheese. Thank you well. I have another thomas jefferson story. This came from an article called three big cheeses in the riots. They caused this one is thomas jefferson and and the mammoth of cheshire so he became president in eighteen o one and the people of cheshire massachusetts got super excited they were a community unity of republican baptists but the region was dominated by federalists congregation lists so they had you know there is a bunch of legal discrimination going on and they were hoping that jefferson win force a more decisive split between church and state promoting the cause of religious liberty and bettering the lot of cheshire cheshire and i might add everybody else separation between church and state so they decided to craft take a one thousand two hundred thirty five pound cheese to give to the new president a token of their trust and admiration only rush over this is so great great so john leland <hes> is the town elder and it's they say he he was an eccentric and energetic activists are really wanted to look more into him and i didn't went but anyway john leland sounds like an interesting character he was the one who headed this and they created a big press to to make it in and on a day in july they filled with kurd from all the milk all towns cows and then it said the all the cows except of course those tainted beasts owned by federalists leland and company wanted to ensure the political purity of the gift so the cheese was made and dedicated and a hymn was sung and after a period of pressing incurring the mammoth cheshire cheese was inscribed right with a jeffersonian inscription on its rind quote rebellion to tyrants is obedience to god and quote and and then it began a month long journey to the white house and on the way there of course sparked a lot of a commotion and crowds and they called it the ultra democratic doc anti-federalist cheese of cheshire and they watched it pass by and all the newspapers talked about it favourably or on depending thing and then new year's day eighteen oh to leland and his she's finally reached washington and jefferson graciously accepted the honor although he later insisted on paying two hundred dollars for the gift which in eighteen o two is quite a that would do well route and in his speech for the occasion jefferson said i shall 'cause this auspicious event to be placed upon the archives of the nation while i shall ever esteem this occasion as one of the happiest in my memory so i guess we can assume he used someone that for his mac and cheese guided it was the same year gina to that's really funny yeah. She's fun jesus. Did you get to any events events now. That's what i was. How i looked up cheese events that i was hoping i would come across the ruling one but then i also figured that you would get to that one so didn't didn't again why me yeah but i found some other ones did read that the average american eats thirty eight pounds of cheese year ooh but in greece the average inch is sixty eight pounds a year on a cow. Do you think it's mostly the fateh but that's a lot of his a lot. That's twice as much yeah we gotta. We gotta get on home. If i'm doing a vast right now so there is a california cheese trail well <hes> you can find out she trailed dot org promotes artisan cheesemakers and family farmers and it's the only project that connects people to the cheesemakers he's makers and they have tours and cheese making classes and cheese events throughout california and there's a there's a map you can go to find a region close to you and l. fought fought on the chiefs drill. Yeah <hes> there's a california artisan cheese festival every march in petaluma which is about forty minutes north of san francisco and it's <hes> a whole weekend of festivities and farm tours and seminars and pairings and tastings yaman uh-huh and then here's a few other events that i i i only wrote about a little bit of a they had some from all over the world just included a few that sounded the most interesting so one is the festival of american cheese society and they they call it the big wheel of u._s. cheese festivals and so it has educational seminars for cheese makers and fans of cheese and you can do tasting repairing seminars or spend an afternoon making cheese with an expert that would be cool and there's a rigorous this competition featuring over fifteen hundred cheese entries and more than one hundred categories. Can you imagine being a judge you've got. It's gotta be the same thing. The dogs like the dog show. Oh no. I was gonna say like this thing. Westminster dog show no not now. It's exactly what i was thinking like. They put put the cheese on the lesion. That's hysterical. The <hes> that's great new. I was thinking the same thing like if you're any sort of person that has <hes> i wanna say heightened sense of taste. Only they've got the oriana master beer people or the small yay or master perrier master berry as those people <hes> that you have to have a heightened sense to taste a subtle tastes we we were just in colorado. We went to the celestial seasonings tour yeah he tour and they have people that taste their blends and they have a purse. It's it's the same thing that <hes> they have to make sure that it's in smelled that it's the exact same alan. If it's not then out it goes tiny bits. I i don't think i would oh. I would take it all and the han especially if i'm doing you know a a bunch in a row it'd be like they all taste the same now another. Her festival is the vermont cheesemakers. Festival vermont is america's top cheese making state per capita so this is oh and people who loved jeez franchise our case case files case files something like that yeah anyway they can mingle with cheesemakers makers at on historic shelburne farms on the shores of lake champlain <hes> they have regional food and wine tastings cooking demonstrations seminars and a whole lot of cheese and say think of this as the cheesemakers cheese festival <hes> and then the last one i have is amish country cheese festival. How amazing me so. It's an illinois on labor day weekend and it offers more than just cheese you have traditional amish food food and handicrafts a farm shop parade attractor poll and the international cheese curling championships as in curling like the olympic sport. It's except instead of the stone. They use a four pound cheese. We'll as the stone they need to do that. And then i've got whenever you want to go into breath etiquette. Oh bet talking for awhile so so you need to say some <hes> that way. I can eat okay and i will tell you about a parmigiano reggiano. Oh yes please i'm had i love parmesan so i want to go to italy. Yes and no to still back. Go back <hes>. There's supposed supposed to be some somebody. Isn't it mode or somebody in. Italy's supposed to be putting together a tour for us. Didn't we decide that. Yes we did on it too. Oh shoot at those <unk>. Parmesan is one of the more pricier be one of the more pricier cheeses because it's delicious because because it's delicious and because some other things <hes> so here's a little bit about the parmesan the average weight of a wheel of parmesan. John reggiano is eight pounds. Whoa <hes> <hes> they it takes oh this was so cool one hundred and thirty one gallons gallons of milk to make two wheels of really asked. It's so cool so they oh my gosh. There's so much okay <hes> it's made from cow's milk <hes> and there are only three hundred and twenty-nine eighty nine dairies that are certified worldwide to make parmigiano. It has to come parmesan. Go from the region. Yes panel champagne yep so it's a it's set made in a small area in northern italy and they make three point six meals on wheels year while <hes> and so it delicious parmigiano reggiano is a registered trademark so you'll see if you see cheeses that just say parmesan <hes> hits knock so where are those made <hes> well all. It's so interesting so <hes> there are. I mean you can make parmesan like geez pretty pretty much anywhere but there's a black market for g._e.'s murder cheese bottlers cheese i with my mouth and most at so because there's such high price <hes> like a pound of parmesan a <hes> in average one could be you know for ones that are just matured cheered for about a year or two can be about eleven bucks a pound but i can get up to fifteen plus a pound for there's ones that are age for ten years more <hes> <hes> yeah so cool so but the the annual the black market is a one hundred thirteen billion dollar counterfeit market. Oh it's so interesting like i say holy chiesa z. cheeses so the average maturation period for parmesan on regina two years yup and the it's the same area where they have it now. It's the same area where the monks used to make it <hes> in it's because of the specific bacteria that's found that gives it its characteristic reeling. It's really in the in the inland northern <hes> i think it's in the grass which goes to the cows rang that makes sense yeah <hes> but it's really cool so they have the <hes> when they're making it and there was this whole i didn't even i didn't write down like the how long it's in <hes> the vats and then when it separated becomes occurred and then they take it and it's so cool they they take that cheesecloth occurred in the in the the wheels and they change it every <hes> couple of hours or something like that. It's a really amazing process <hes> and then <hes> they have a specific <hes>. It's a. I can't remember what it's called. It looks like brielle and they put it on this side of the cheese like a <hes> like a sanitation asian stamp exactly and that's how you can tell if it's if it's real and if it's not like if <hes> they've taken it out of that and it's just a small portion of it so it doesn't have the reiner the wheel riot has to have the registered trademark and so that's what you can see that on yes on on the one that we did was a it had a trademark the the soft cheese that we had oh did it added a little trademark of something yeah. I think that's the that's the area interesting interesting. He had so look cool or for that. <hes> i know me too. <hes> yes a pretty much. Well wait so if it doesn't have it. What does that mean that means that it's you shouldn't buy eric. Prompt that means that it's not a real parmigiana parmigiana regina yeah parmigiano motorist john is i always seeing that i'm like. I don't think that's a real slow making it up or you think it is. I think it it kind of sounds like one of those bugs bunny things were they changed the words. There's right. I'm sure whatever oh yeah i think he said over thousand dollars her wheel. Wow how now what is the longest. You can <hes> mature. I don't know but they said some are aged up to ten years or age yeah yeah up to ten years so after that is it no good or that's just i like from two to ten is the the prizes but some orange for more than ten years so i don't know so who knows who knows but that'll make a difference on makers the thing about the eh the rind that it has <hes> and it's very interesting because they put <hes> what are those things that you see everywhere now that i don't have on my phone own and it's like a little black and white square oh the <hes> your phone to it and says things about it yeah so they they put that on the cheese he's an edible something or other on the side of it so that they can scan it and tell exactly where it came from <hes> and then that eventually really i think goes away and then they put it in a brian that makes an agent nets what makes the <hes> the rind yeah and the rhine you'll see like as it's up on the racks and it just they just hang out there in the very new ones don't have the darker markings and the parmigiano reggiano on the outside right and tell it's until the ages little bit gets darker rind and but that's that's how they can get how cheeses for longer is because it's encased yeah <hes> and that and how we can find cheese that are thousands and thousands of years old yeah so we'll speaking of the briand at this is always a point of contention. I think yeah the bride no. You can't because i've always should you could you do you do have to yeah all of that. So i found i found a few different places on cheese etiquette and and they're the first one i said oh i saw was i was like oh great eating the ryan as a matter of preference yes because i don't like it. If you want to taste cheese as the cheesemaker intended try the inside i but eating the the white fluffy rind is just fine harder cheeses though it's not always easy and it's not yeah it's no so don't don't you that <hes> they suggest saving the rhines though for of the hard cheeses to use them the flavor soup and and such oh yeah yeah but i got into a couple of other ones. I didn't even think of that. I didn't either an leaner <hes> so on cheese matters. I think dot com yes it does it does it does matter <hes> okay so as a guest if you are a guest in there as a cheese platter always use a separate knife for each cheese. If they've been supplied that way you avoid mixing flavors when cutting cheese wedge try to cut a slice along the length of the cheese from the center to the rind. I think i can get into cut out yeah. That's like have you seen those videos for people that are not a c._b. O._c._d. for city <hes> a._c._d._c. Did you see people that are o._c._d. Like how really mess with people and what it was like a cake cakes instead of from the center yeah we'll get we'll get. I i have more on cutting like the different types of cheeses and how to cut them but don't try not to cut the point off the chased east the nose off because everybody should have their own slice but it's also the ripest bit generally and everybody should have some middle. No if it's a wedge the tip said the the point yes right. Yes yes yes yeah yeah. I don't mind into the center of the cheese like for the soft cheeses brie and everything although you can eat the cheese with your fingers use the utensils provided to transfer the cheese to your plate and remember that in general the rind of soft cheeses is edible but the ryan of firm cheeses is usually avoided and now we get into the ten commandments of cheese which i believe will posted on the website 'cause she was hilarious and the holding should be read but number one thou shalt not serve cheese straight out of the fridge said this is this is i think a fairly well known when you want it want to get it to about him. Yeah two thou shalt not return unwrapped or partially exposed cheese to through the fridge number three thou shalt not rob cheese in plastic wrap and here's a quote from stephanie steve eti the author author of melt the art of macaroni and cheese. She says cheese is a living breathing thing and without proper oxygen it will suffocate your best bet is to wrap it in a finely porous materials such as cheese paper parchment paper or breathable plastic wrap made especially for cheese number four thou shalt not refrigerate fresh mozzarella and i was confused about this but basically it's it's not the stuff you get refrigerated like in the tubes and the mozzarella. It's like fresh fresh rush. That hasn't been refrigerated before. You're very rarely going going to be getting so but don't if you do happen to have fresh fresh fresh mozzarella. Don't stick it in the average number five. I kept seeing this. I was like who does this number. Five thou shalt not freeze fresh cheese who freezes cheese until no oh unless its cheesecake. You don't put it in the freezer. Stick it in the freezer number six. Thou shalt not deface the wedge. She says once you're ready to again. Here's how it's gotta go. Maintain the wedge slice along the edge maintaining the wedges triangular shape and enjoying the full we'll range of the cheeses flavor from center to rind number seven thou shalt not violate the bree breeze the trouble. That's that's that's where that's where that's where people get into trouble on the cheese platter. It's always the break. I know i have trouble so if she says i can't remember the name of the the lady who wrote this article but she says if you really must extract your brief from its rind then please for the love of god do it on your own flavor. I have seen cheese plates that have like flopping over that the ryan to begin people. Just get really knows what to do. Yeah <hes> eight thou shalt not by pre regraded or crumbled cheese. Sorry now i get it. I know it. I mean yeah nine. Thou shalt not contaminate the cheese so this goes back to using different utensils for each different cheese and number ten thou shalt not let the cheese languish so that's the little leftover bits oh yeah and they were suggesting you can use it to for quiche and you know all all different types of things you can use it for and here's some other ones other rules of etiquette well according to marlin amore of wine and cheese shop lavar don lavinia tradition in states that cheese should be served in odd numbers three five seven yeah so never don't have four cheeses. You either have three or five hoops. I know now what are we have one or two three four or plus the fettah in the potato salad. Oh account that is five so close <hes> and as when it comes to pairing with wine you're not limited to white obviously diskette reds that aren't super tannock and wants ends up paradisea which is and you're not limited to irish said that you're not limited wing. Oh did i use spear point. Oh yes yeah. I think the trappist monks did the cheese and they may beer and they had it again exactly oh here's how to cut okay. This is the good stuff with a brie which is often served as a wedge. Cut pieces is often the side repositioning the tip as you go. The breeze should always look like a wedge hacking off the tip might get you guillotine nice round cheeses like goat cheese or cama bear. It should be like a pie so that each person gets an individual triangular wedge and for a blue cheese which is usually served in like a brick or doorstop shape you cut lengthwise triangles angles each of which incorporates a piece of the tip and a piece of the he'll or just do what i do and don't eat the blue cheese or or put it under your stake. Put it on your stake. The list a little melted and yum no yeah that's when i'll eat the cheeses when it's in something like that and occasionally mixed in a solid and everything but super last thing i there's a couple do things. There's a couple of things that i wanted to look up. I can't remember what what it was but i had a choice between i had a choice between this other meeting that i've already forgotten and puns. I'm glad you went with an eye on him. Ally christopher rich one. There's one that i'm gonna ask breath today. We're at one of our note me the b._b._b. Birom oh in researching this. I found something called pun pedia dot dot org and they do puns for everything and i just happened to see cheese funds but this is gonna be the perfect site when i do my party for all night oscar dishes on my yes yeah they have like they had a whole list of words that can be changed like she's can be cheese. Maybe cheese born with bet for instance sees. Maybe cheese the day as mary. Maybe it's bs mind your cheese wax the cheese in serie cheese alright so <hes>. What do you call it when it's used goes number two oh no no. It's called a fondue. Oh lord i should i should warn you. I love love puns. I love puns. They make me laugh hysterically. Dad jokes you ghanem. I'm here for them. We'll tell okay krista. What's a good way to start a conversation with the chiefs play on tinder. I don't know what is it hello. Is it looking for that one win creepy. I love that video. It is creepy. It is hello <hes> what is that not one sweet dreams sweet gijon made of the no swedes something made of cheese. Who am i to disagree. I didn't make that up okay. What does it cheese lovers say when someone someone keeps messing around with them stop. You gotta be kidding me. You gotta be your kid. You have the beginning i. I wished you'd gotten that one. Oh you kidding you a good abry kidding however not the breed lord help me okay. You can make it up on us on christa okay. What is it cheese lovers favorite track and field event. Oh i remember it's the curdle. What does it say when they look in the mirror in the morning. Yes indeed hallo me. I don't really know what a helluva cheese is by the. I know i didn't have time how lou what what is cheese like to drink after a long day. Oh i forgot this one. <hes> no that won't don't drink. Oh i think it might be more be more beer more value more beauty. More of this one was zano favorites. What activities should you do when you're babysitting little cheeses little cheeses baby. Maybe something baby build a roquefort one. They try to actually figure these out. What did the cheese call himself. After he got dumped. I gave this one to ban yesterday and he said blue no but it's forever alone for him. Approve loan <hes> how how did the cheese professor start class every day. Okay so okay so <hes> today we're gonna oh. What does a real cheese freaking stay when they come to your door. Hello hello. I like to talk to you about jesus us. You may talk to me about cheeses but none the religious of and here is my one of my favorites. A tornado destroyed a french cheese factory. <hes> all that was left aft was disagree. Nope it wasn't disagree. My god i must've joke wasn't disarray. That was who might disagree. I got them. Let's start this all over. A tornado destroyed a weakened early. Then a tornado destroyed a french cheese factory. All that was left. Was this debris. You added notes. I am outta notes but i have not achieved. I have okay. You have some three quick thing great. 'cause i'm eating so as looking at different kinds of cheese and and i will you do that. I know and i have three quick little things of cheese and then we'll be done yeah will leave you although i could have gone on and on it okay so i was looking at different parts of the world and what types of cheese have <hes> and i wanted to <hes> mexico kisa fresco because that was <hes> one of my dad's favorite he would always put it on he liked to make mexican food and so case a prescribed just always restful so case. Oh frisco is made from from cows and goats milk and it's a really easy cheese to make because it doesn't need any of the red or the bacteria culture so we can make ourselves. Yes really check this out. It's usually made by heating whole milk to almost boiling tamp and then adding an acid acidity agent like vinegar and then you sturt dirty birds and then probably i don't know if that gives it a different land. I would have to see f <hes> and then you stir it until the <hes> till you get the kurds new drain the kurds and cheesecloth for three to five hours so you can make cheese in the morning and then have it for dinner nowhere yeah so they've got to make that no. Oh i just read that mike was it they said like mexican cooks sometimes make their own <hes> and it's much more perishable than other which uses some choose to that. Was it all at once you do yeah yeah. Oh darn i know but i kinda wanna make g's because you can do you find yourself in a day and then have it for dinner. Yeah <hes> we should do not wanna as a cheese called quarter quarterback corbett sure shirt it's a semi hard cheese made from cow's or sheep's milk and it's <hes> smokes exchanges in it's woven into these little tiny braids and its name roughly translates into to whip is that's what it looks to whip <music>. I'm like okay. That's pretty and then last one book is the corporate dick corbett decrease taste <hes> and then the last one. I mike who knew let's see the first domestic korean rian cheese is <hes> called insult cheese from south korea and it was started by a catholic priest from belgian elgin <hes> who came to instill in the mid nineteen fifties <hes> he started a farmer's milk co-op and it became the insult cheese factory in it's still exist today and it offers programs day programs for tourists and kids how to learn to learn how to make chummy army. He started making beer. No not that i know of but a pizza chain started in two thousand four. It's the missile cheese pizza gloom and it's very popular in south korea and every walks has a picture of the priests of the guy who started really which i thought it was very cool because i had no idea that <hes> south korea had a chief that is interesting yeah so they go and apparently <hes> the place where like they have have <hes> buses that go every hour into town but they stop at eight so they said you don't wanna get trapped in there. After eight like you gotta get no way to get out not all of this cheese. Oh i did not plan all right there you go and that's chiens and that's some cheese and answer shake. Oh i remember what i wanted to look up. How <hes> terms like cheesy came about yeah. It's really an how it came to mean cheesy. They have like and i went with him. Stay have people that study word origins <hes> very interesting hosting yeah and analogy though that is <hes> entomology bugs while insects yuck entomology okay. We ready for some oh my gosh she. 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1791: Those Negroes

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

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1791: Those Negroes

"I listened to the black guy who tips podcast because arrive in care in our hot an from the murder capital. What a murder for capital heard about at least three killings this afternoon. Looking at the news like damn I was just with him at the school. No shop class. But have the kids got to school. Got a tool, and I could die anytime of day any day type of attitude, plus his little brother got shot reprimands avenue. It's time for us to stop and redefine black power. Forty-one? Souls murdered it for fifty hours. Pay burrito. Mirdha black on black Mirdha papery Myrna black homeland murder again. Hey, welcome to the black guy who tells pike has your host rod, and we're LARs on the side. Reaganism podcast and kinda in the afternoon. Tom game went to go to the movies went to the movies and went to the movies. That's correct. We saw. Widows. He's ready. So we'll have spoil move you out. Hopefully tonight for you guys. That thank you for listening. 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Production team behind the YouTube comedy series book, crushes checkout, their channel shadow our production on YouTube. I'll put a leak in show nuts. You'll find the latest episodes, plus some bonus videos, if you like it scribe like him like the video subscribed to the channel all of that stuff helps them out. Now back to our news. Some. Wow. You. So tell me what. No. Well him now. Well, tell me now if you wanna fall let me show. Do. That's right. Stop LGBTQ news all the homes on the spectrum. Of course. It's not always good news. It's kinda rarely good news. It's mostly bad news. And today is not that much of an exception anti LGBTQ. Pastor Mark Harris has been elected to North Carolina's house of representatives house way. Yeah. I mean, look, I think we do know how people want. He would represent their views in the house, and there's a lot of bigger people in our state, and they've been in boating under Trump and boating mccrory, and they have voter suppression on their side and. This is the thing that happens. He hose intensely homophobe views going going far further than the average Republican twenty fifteen gave a speech where he lamented that homosexuality was no longer criminalized crying contemporary moral. The clay the I'm sorry. Sorry. We have watched in what we have washed in one generation while homosexuality was criminalised too. Now, we see the Kremlin's Asian Christianity. That's not true. You guys know how Christians are. So remember that just see somebody with a bible and the police just jumped on top of them and star beating them and arrest them and get them the hell out of there. See somebody just walking around putting the God. And it's been like under rest. Yeah. I mean, we've all seen that you know, how Christians can't they God. I mean, you go in jail. There's nothing Christians in there. Oh my God. Hawaii. Why can't they find somebody else? Cakes. Previously hairs was the key organizer organizer and finance of the state's amendment one which ban marriage equality in North Carolina. During that campaign hairs rive wrote a column for their church calling homosexuality in losing and climbing sexual abuse causes people to become gay so popular refrain the only positions that fourth and. The only position set forth in the Babbel is that homosexuality homosexual behavior like all forms of sexual behavior is a choice marketers Reverend was notorious for using the charge of the political organizer point for amendment one hosting Republican meetings and inviting anti gay politicians like Rick Santorum, Mike Huckabee and Tony Perkins to attend. Yeah. Guarantee. Heated nada. They did not do that for free. In addition, his First Baptist Church. Funneled fifty thousand dollars to the mid one campaign. He will giving tides for that hatred. Your service willing to give it up ten percent to go to now. We don't wanna help anyone homeless. We don't want to like help. Eat anyone women. Nope. No. There's no will contry cause us this the money needs to go to keeping gay people from getting married. That's a good use of this of the Lord's money. That's what guy will want us to do it. Right. There is not medical. Oh, there's not many the medical evidence that an individual that uses. The homosexual lifestyle is born that way, he told her reporting twenty thirteen that is yours. He went on to claim in accurately. My thing is I I never understand the people 'cause you're a bible person. Right. Your about your Christian, right and your Republican Christian. You don't believe in the size of global warming. You don't believe in the size of bucking anything that isn't. Babe's you don't believe in science evolution, right? They don't believe in these things. But then you quotes science as what is the authentication factor of someone's sexual orientation or gender orientation. How house white? Okay. Any other? If I nine hundred ten scientists when it's really like ninety nine out of one hundred scientists say global warming is real thing in a man, and this man made it we're making it worse you go on them damn scientists to liberal Jew run. The disci- is they just it's just a big hoax. Okay. To get money. And cars tro for no good reason. Okay. All right. Well, what about evolution? I mean. Thousands are colleges. I mean list God in every time. I signed on. Okay. Ms was riding down the Sawers like e man. Okay. That's living caves and and playing sabertooth Tigers in the morning. That's just what we used to do. Well, you know, scientists they they actually have been able to carbon date the age of Fasel stuff to millions of years in the past. They don't know that is nothing, but citing gobbledygook you going to have to stop listening to them. Okay. All right. Well, all right. You said so scientists Tacoma as Backley, well, I think marriage equality should be thing. I think to consider those to be married to each other. Now, how old are but the science Bonet is different. The scientists say that you are you the born man woman and everybody straight gay is an allusion which scientists were decides the ones are they the ones that global warming. Oh, are they the ones evolution Jewish conspiracy? But you just had to scientists. I know what to say boy, that's feels every time. It's always come back to the circular logic of science mines science is how we can prescribe are bigotry, right. It always justifies it. Okay. Cool. Well, what about these other two areas that are very like a lot of size has been put into them. And we can actually like fine. He signed laugh, right? But you believe in Christian Science, which is just propaganda. Fuck out my face. All right, Colorado, just elected a transformer to the state legislature for the first time. Some good news Friday afternoon brianna to tone or tie. Tony. I'm not sure how to pronounce it declare victory in erase the coma. Colorado's first opening trans lawmaker. She is the fourth out trans while make in the nation. Only four the first was Virginia's danika Rome to a state legislature last year and on Tuesday Jerry cannon and Lisa Bonker to trans candidates in New Hampshire. Also, when they're raises for state rep, the Colorado Democratic Party called my race a win to mathematical probability, I'm very grateful. I'm very grateful August, I'm very grateful for so many people for their support time words and during these ten days so coup dope. Colorado also has the the gay governor openly gay governor, I'll think so I think we covered that last week. So good for them, man. Now, let's see what else happened here in the news. Artie clicked on that woman, close it opened a chat room. Yes. Yeah. Okay. Cool. So yes dope. Man. Like who knew legalize weed people start taking the stick out as they. Dislike. Hey, we just legal now. Well, you know what? All it gave you. I don't know who gives a fuck. Maybe that was the key. All. Paul. Now. They hi. Nah. I don't think the person is sales. Meanwhile, we'd is game. What do I have against gay people? Nothing. I run a person's my we is not just gave it they black. So I mean, they still need to stay in jail. But. The other ones. All right. I'll your clothes rainbow color because at these moat. We you see all and comes at rainbow. Judge slams Illinois department of corrections over transportation abuse case, Illinois has just two weeks to present a plane a plan to train its prison staff on transgender issues and rethink the placement of trans mad at the center of a highly publicized abuse allegations PD time. Yup. But I mean so long period of time if you've been abused. That's true. That's true. I can cause my thing it properly trained him. But yeah, you being abused. You like today? Well, technically said do present a plan to train. That's not really that shorter time in order wisday US district court Judge Nancy Rosen tangle slammed the state's department of corrections for felony consider strawberry Hamptons, substantiated sexual abuse complaints, while repeatedly denied her request to be house with women. Yeah, they house trans women with men, and then they when they get sexually assaulted a much higher rate. They don't provide any extra security if anything what they'll do is they'll provide they'll they might do solitary confinement, which we find out his actually more like torture than than protection as opposed to just housing housing her with women inmates. So the strongly-worded decision grants emergency relief to Hampton was house with men at Dixon Correctional Center, if forces ideal C train, it's prison staff to prevent further anti transit views. It also mandates that Hampton be allowed to go to a transport group and the audio see seriously reconsider her place in facility Rosen. Tangle knows that the committee considering Hamptons placement never consider whether had to feel safe or secure in a man's prison. In fact, the committee never even interview Hampton personally have this case raises grave concerns about Illinois complies with the federal prison rape elimination act which requires prisoners to place trans MA's on a case by case basis with safe the editor as a top priority for to the order all ideal see prisoners are house based on their genitalia. Preah however mandates that which is the prison rape elimination. Act mandates that placement decisions cannot be made solely. Based on anatomy, which is what they probably did. They just lie anatomy. You gotta go to the right? Addio see person Lindsay's to ask the ideal see has plays trans women in female facilities before. But did not respond to a question about how many? Right. Yeah. So we'll see what happens in this ruling place. They were probably had hightlight hailed and concentrating case they guarantee you the hat advocates on outside constantly putting a today was like fuck it. Right. Just and everybody is not like a movie like everybody doesn't have the support system and the money and shit to rights to fight these trials. And if it wasn't for advocacy, groups and stuff, taking particular cases, we probably would never even learn about these. All right. Let's see what else we got here, Victoria, secrecy e o. Member. How that oh, man. It was saying we don't won't be women. He yeah. He said, we don't attorney women trans women in this shit. Well, he has stepped down. I do say we all say we did say retarded is the downfall on controversial anti trans. And plus size comments. These people don't work for you. Yeah. Last week during the interview Radic was asked if he'd ever consider putting trans models of plus size women on the runway say in. We members comments if you're asking if we consider we've considered putting a transgender model in the show or looking at put in a plus size model in the show, we have and he told a fashion magazine when asked about how other brands are starting to become more -clusive of including transit, plus is campaigns. He continue shit, and you have transexuals on this show. No, no. I don't think we should. Well, why not because the show is a fantasy? Now, the two years operating the c SEO the Victoria's Secret lingerie division. He is now walking away Oei Jane singers now walking away from her title. So always so is not him is somebody else. Wow. So she stepped down following his comments. What the fuck jam singer is walking away from her title. According to reports lingerie company, which is owned by L brands has been struggling with sales due to the younger demographic opping for retailing retail. Art undergarments. The company will give more details on singer's departure it will announce the company's quarterly earnings. Yes. The outfield why he said that had maybe quitting protests or maybe just like the sales already tanking Nagel killed even more. I I can't be here and take it for you are going to be even worse. Now. He did issue that apology that we read which was pretty terrible. So because his thing was glad we've had transgender people come to cast, and we just none of them make it because none of them are good enough. Not that we're say light transport or anything just you know, none of them will. Ever ever never have been good enough. So keep trying I get into other news. See what's happening here beyond say takes full control of AVI park at the cutting ties her business partner Phil of green amid sexual harassment allegations. So she was oh we go into business. Oh, I got the money that I can buy the whole thing bitch now, all the money mind. Yes, he is not a so owner of park fashion brand, the buyout is due to to Arcadia chairman Philip green currently being under investigation for sexual harassment, bullying and racial abuse towards staff. She's like, I'm not gonna lose out because you don't know how to behave discussions of almost a year Parkwood is acquired a hundred percent of the park brand top-shelf Arcadio will fulfill the existing orders, the previous arrangement hat Parkwood in Arcadia. Splitting venture fifty fifty corden fortune. Former British cabinet minister, Peter Hain. Now, remember the house a lawyer said he felt a duty under parliamentary privilege to name green as individual Cussing. Plus question hang believes green obtained a court injunction, preventing the British press from reporting accusations. Green denies the claim beyond saying. We also have Philip green partner in twenty four teens developed I've apart at leisure Ryan brand, which includes of course, lagging sports bras. Hoodies. The me brand went on sale at twenty six Tina greens top shop retail chain. And according to a purported two thousand seventeen financial statement, AVI park had a turnover of twenty three million with losses around three point five million. So it made about twenty million dollars beyond say has been under pressure to discontinue her multimillion dollar business partnership with green says the allegations were expose that she has yet the public comment on allegations. Well, I will take this as a comment. She had public debt action is is comedy. What are we talking about? Here. This things like a comment to me, which is a nigga. Please. You can. Straight. Okay. Make the announcement. Yeah. As also one of those things too where you can't let motherfuckers Todd themselves your brand because they will think you'll shit like right around. Now, they will like I, you know, like a good fire fire-starter, and I don't mean that in any type of like subliminal way, right? Literally. I love me a good fire starter. I love me a good like, you know, person that just don't take no shit, or they just kinda, you know, but it's kind of like being attached to Kong, right? Jay and beyond say used to be kind of publicly cool with them and had back the fuck out 'cause Cayenne and Ken will burn shit to the ground and just don't care. Don't care known about yours. Yeah. I mean, if they don't care about themselves. Why would they care about you Korea is actually care about this sheet and yours too? Yeah. But but for well, if they recognize that they will leave you out of it. Right. Because you know, there's some people got. To know your role, whereas they can be cool. But you let them get close to your shit. And it's like, nah. Nope. 'cause you're willing to just buck in say or do something that will completely piss everybody off and make everybody hates you. And you might get fun out of it. You might get whatever you might not even be able to help yourself, but I can mega. So I actually twos to moot. Navigate away from folks like that. 'cause. You know, you end up with situations like this, and this this she had the money in the agency inability to be able to buy them out rather than have like close shop, right? Oh for real Williams says people in the industry need to stand by kind gate west regardless of Trump support. You ain't nobody stopping you. Well, you're talking about our brother the west. But we we have to love regardless. You know, never have we ever an history. Have we ever witnessed a staple in the community being utilized in that way? So I look at the symbolism of that stayed man, we got life. That's brother. Of course, we don't, you know, banning them because we disagreed. Okay. Saying it from his probably has a personal relationship with that. Do most people don't most. We don't have the obligation because since we I don't have that obligation nor do I had a relationship with him. I can just go based off of what he's doing. Yeah. Comes after a day at the Cam car, dashing west who also disagrees her husband's support. Donald Trump's stated that west. Like Trump's personality was not familiar with his policies. I feel misunderstood. And he's the worst communicator. She said when we talked about it, we have very similar policies. He's not very political. He just happens to like Donald Trump's personality, but doesn't know about his politics educated recently. Well, we'll see Williams emphasize his love for is greater than their disagreements. I'm not signing him. What I'm looking at is in his DNA. He's our brother. He's human. That's what it really boils down to. Okay. I mean, I'm not look easy for us to take notice Negga. He ain't offering. And so after like that's one hundred percent where his perspective is coming from. And the thing is and you said for his rule easy to bash somebody when Dench family members for some reason kind of everybody he has compassion and understanding. Yeah. I'm like, I'm not trying to make him have to disagree or whatever. I think is interesting, and then turns around and subscribes to all of us. Not all thing. I think you can kind of say for yourself like, I'm not, you know, I'm not gonna just disavowed. His dude, I think he's you know, he's my brother he's special. He's this other. I know him I understand that it wasn't and say we can't do this. Because he so important to the culture, I rarely do this. I hate to do this right now. But. I can't believe I'm saying. But where the fuck was intensity for Chris sale or any of these other like people that came out, and we didn't feel this way for everybody. We feel Stacey dash what was happening. You know? I don't know where the compassion comes from. Specifically only really for him. I would love to see his thoughts on other black people and specifically black women, but other black people who've gone Coon, and if he feels the same way as it just because he knows his do or or is it like thrills. Like, this all the black people that do some comes. I just wanna know, you know, track regret. I, you know, I've never seen them come out to speak about the people right now. No of tie is like putting a little money your pocket, you working with them on music. So is easier to to be like, nah, he has some good qualities. But I don't know, man. It's bills low weird. But I I relate to the idea of having friends that you can disagree with. I think that has gone the way of the dodo, unfortunately because of internet and not saying that people don't aren't friends with people that disagree with. But publicizing it and standing in that friendship. That's that's over with like the times where somebody say. Fucked up, and you're like, you know, feel comfortable being light. Well, that is my friend. I just don't agree with the folk what they're doing. I don't agree what they're saying. But yet behind the scenes that you've. Yeah. Especially for celebrities chapter those days at Dun rite, particularly supposed to everything is. So polarizing with them, and I do understand where he's coming from. Yeah. I wouldn't tell Brandon his ass. But okay. Yeah. And also yet to think about it when it comes to Konya, he the movie into shaker, and until he's no longer a mover and shaker people will feel like that about him. Like he is somebody that if these says a won't do a song. Now. Now, people are you have more people say, no. But before people like, I wouldn't dare tell you know. Yeah. And you don't never know where he quote unquote, going back on the right track. I know writing be hot again and nickel forget this. So I don't wanna be on the side of people out here. Talking trash, so I like I say from that perspective. I understand. Yeah. I know it's hard to see somebody like shit on a person. That's your actual friend. Right. So I definitely understand that, you know, like the idea of is easy for me to say, I don't notice Negga. But if it was like, Chris and somebody was going in. I am Chris was acting stupid in couldn't even defend it. I like to sit there, you know, like the best I got for you is. I mean, that's my friend. But I don't agree with them. You know what I mean? I I really don't have much more further than that. Let's say some now wanna be like, I won't even be friends with this person. Then this words that you know, they're also to rich dudes that cake it and shit. It's not like the problems are actually affecting him to a person like for real. Main. You know, not he's like not black or whatever like for rails. Probably looking at it. Like, it's still a difference of opinion between us to to individuals as opposed to how many of us look at it. Which is is not just a disagreement or difference of opinion. Kiei has a platform aims using that platform, and that's the problem and his I'm not informed. And I just like Donald Trump's shit is, you know, not acceptable to many of us who are informed and understand that Donald Trump is a very dangerous powerful, man. Yeah. And his deadly to us like we we don't take it as a game we go. No, no. No. No. No, no, no, no this shit. He does is killing people every day. Somebody dies after policies infrastructure that fucking nigger and all those people put in place. So as far as we're no, no, no. We have family members and of ones that are tremendously being affected us directly tremendously being affected. If we don't feel the the consequence. Now, you give it another year and a half to two years because right now, I tell her we'll do we're steer riding off of the Obama gravy train? A lot of shit now is deal Obama's policies that are in place. Give it another year two years that the fucked up Lal without a tax cuts now that getting ready to fall, and then the Konami will change it. We will see how many of those people will actually care about when their money gets lost their forward case fold in their investments, dwindling and jobs going the country's. We'll see how you feel about it then, but nobody cares right now because they're not every could be impacted by the Fook the policies and procedures that he's put it in place. Yeah. Also that whole like, I don't know better. So y'all have to respect me thing that kinda did was just not cool. Yeah. Like, I said, I still don't know what his mental health issues were. But even with all that the impact of his influence could definitely be used for bad things. Right. And I am just. Amazed. How many American people are very ignorant to the policies that he's putting in place and just do not realize the well, is it pack is it is it a lot of people. Or is it kinda is Representative of like, he's rich. He like, he just go out feelings, right? Yeah. I think a lot of people are aware of his policies because they live under them. You know what I mean? Like Kiei doesn't like Kiei and Kim hired a private firefighter force to preserve their Manton during the California campfire. Yes, just like their and they ended up saving some of their neck neighborhoods and neighbors mansions would they do that? They hired a private firefighter force because they can protect their shit. I don't know that a guy like that is necessarily concern with Charles policies because what does that have to do is like, right. You know, Michael Jordan was interview because creeds coming out, and he's doing is is is pre movie interviews. So he did an interview with G Q, and people are taking quotes from it. He talks about dating you said it's a little bit hard for him. You say he tries a different approach. But it's like, I can meet you right now. Boom, right here me, and you sitting here, chilling, whatever mill whatever somebody could be over there. See this. And all of a sudden, you're my girl now. The person writing editorialize, I wouldn't mind this. I say my personal stock would rise let Iran girl that arise. He says generously, then in instantly, in is instantly serious. So then they're going to talk about you. They're going to find out who you are. They're gonna find out what your Instagram is. They're gonna find us in that and all the fan club. And everybody else is going to find out who you are. And now you and I forever associated with one another. So now, how do you go around anywhere? He'll just getting to know somebody that you just met that you may not may or may not hit it off at all that part of dating is tough. He quickly has now I'm not saying options aren't there? I'm not saying that but as far as like the nuance dating. It's just not the same. I'm just going to keep trying to work on myself and build this empire. Yeah. He he's basically said that he doesn't really want to day right now because he's trying to build his brand. And he says, you know, he's thirties LA, he's trying to you know, he started a movie company. He's he's as not concentrating on that part of life. You know, we feels that he's mature in other areas. But not really in dating say, my career's awesome. It is going great. There's other places in my life that I'm fucking lacking that I'm very mature in advance and a lot of areas the live data may not be one of them. Our personal life is not. I don't really know. What dating is? And I saw people like reacting to these comments. What do you think about? This is true. And he he he he doesn't have a normal life. Like, I think sometimes when people respond to celebrities they respond like they would their everyday life, you regular Nomo person. Nobody's following you around does no cameras around you. We don't know who you are. You can go to the grocery store you can function around the world and have a normal job and not be followed by paparazzi. It is not the same. And he just being very truthful in a lot of men possibly feel like him, but never say publicly because masculine de so fragile. It's a lot of immature as me out there that will never admit a this Dayton thing is hard because it is hard p people will not him is hard period. But nobody will emit the shit is hard. In is not simple. It is not cut and dry and a little bit more than I thought. And it's okay to to dedicate your time to other things, and this okay to emit that your, and, you know, a lot of it is more of. People going where like, you know, you wouldn't have problem me. He probably would never look at you. You are not on his radar a women that women that he would even consider. And so I think a lot of times people are coming from from from a place of jealousy. Just wishing it was them or whatever the case may be. But I have no problem with what he says he's just being real and being self in. That thing is when you real a, quote unquote, being truthful, everybody has poke holes in criticize the people that are quote, unquote to real feel like how dare you be a celebrity something I consume this fall because my life is flawed. So I come to entertainment to even though I know you're a person, but I come to entertainment to look at people that are not flown. Yeah. I looked at this several ways the first being I take him at his word. Right. I don't think there's anything wrong with you said in the context that he said it. I don't understand. I don't think any human being owes it to society to fucking date final relationship get married or any of that shit. I found it to be kind of telling how people. Were putting this like fictional pressure on him like you have to be this. So I thought that was weird. I always think is weird too. If the genders will reverse people will be calling him, I con EQ and fucking. That's what I'm talking about Bill Joe brand. Yeah. Right. Imagine like I saw people just kind of switch it. And I think I was the opposite to there's people that are like lead at man alone. That if a woman would have said the same comments, they would have been like Nussey. That's what's wrong with these women. They don't want to settle down to worry about their own shit. Like, I make Jindo ause with actually his comments Ebola depositing. Nothing to do with you. Right. So the gender wars part the number three thing I noticed. There were people who literally must have been talking about some negative tomorrow. Right. 'cause some some negative them. They weren't mature enough for relationship, and they need to work on themselves as a means of escaping the relationship or or getting away from them or whatever. And. It went on his long tangents. I'm talking about it had nothing to do with what this. Tyrone jamal. The qua- whatever that nigga name is just put just put him out there, baby. He ain't got none prize beyond say something happened. He was a jumping off point to get all your feelings and emotions heartache and pain on the time line. He ain't got. No, he didn't do it. Now, he did not break, your heart. Like, I'm sorry that the do went onto married the next woman, right and your life. But that has nothing to do Michael, Jordan. You know? So it was kinda like dash it. And then the fourth thing I saw which, you know, I'm inclined to believe him until there's proof otherwise, but they albatross around his neck now of this. He only days white women or he doesn't date black women to which he said is not true. He's never really been publicly attached to anyone because he's not he doesn't really go out with like women wanted to time and shit like that. So we haven't even seen like this. He's seriously dating thing. And we, you know, we read the Daily Mail like celeb- section for shit like that for white people news, and he's never been in there. Nope, palm. So that's kind of interesting, and he said that the picture of him on the boat without white girls was him. I italy. He said, you know, you have on the boat. He didn't know who's going to be. It's not is his boat. He didn't approve a who's gonna be. You're not gonna be. They are in Italy. He hops on a boat gets picture by Papa Rasi. And it becomes Michael b Jordan has a yacht. Party would nothing but white women and bathroom is making jokes and chains. Like, yeah. Yamba had these jokes, which are really actually kind of like, I'm kinda mad about it. Because y'all actually did stuck with me now. So you got people out here making jokes. And like hopping on the must be some type of secret Coon, I only day white woman shit, and it's been going for a minute. Like it's been a year or two. Now, I posted just this article on my page, and people was in the comments making jokes that he just wants to find a white girl. Like, I like I said I haven't seen any Nestor proof of that. I think yes. Some comments along time ago into art and a profile we got interviewed and immediately apologize in corrected the record on it or whatever. But that should is gonna stick with him forever. You know, like, I don't think any of us really like no offence to do. But I don't think he's like, hey digs. Now, we're taking these every interview falls away to heart hat back on like these. You know, these white women auto real like, why won't you just let me let me understand. I need to date white women because my mom was the one that told me black when was shit. So I don't understand like he gets like we've seen multiple interviews with him where it's like. Yo this really is your thing. Like, I don't think Michael Jordan. You can't as ain't nobody telling him he gang. Well, you know, what can I don't think that's fair to say because he says shit. I if people react to it. So maybe people are telling him he came made people telling him he's wrong, but he is wrong. Yeah. So I don't like it's not like it started. Like, it's a valid response to him saying that shit of black women this and that we're black women go fuck you like agreed. You know what I mean? Like, great mop perspective is. Yeah. Now that part. Yes, we. But I don't respond to black men. Dating white women. I don't know where this myth comes from. Now, there are percentage of black women that are very feel hurt and betrayed. I'm not going to say that group does not exist. But what they're not doing. They're not stopping you as black man from dating and loving, whoever you won't to love. Most don't give a fuck only time. We give is when you take their white women and bashes upset or take that other woman. You don't got to be white. But just right outside of blackness and bashes up us that ahead and tell us how we ain't. No good. And tell us how they the greatest thing of like, they're not women like they don't have flaws like they won't cuss you out to like, they won't leave you to they won't break your heart to their women. Dislike us, there's no difference. When it comes to certain perspectives when it comes to two women is the anti blackness people expressed nor really like one your dating preference really is in most people's business. I think and and I'm not just talking about race people should all like engine. General people should understand at least the world they're putting this out into. And this isn't just a man thing. One of the things people think is revolutionary to express like I'm into ex kind of person that you wouldn't think I would be into. And and there's some married to that. But just understand you're putting this out into environment. That is politicizing. You're now making a stand on something that really is a very personal thing. And if you never explain it or come out people are gonna soom, but for the most part, they won't know. So if you're a person that literally is like, I only dating white women. There would be no reason to fucking tell the world that if that was the kind of person, you are, you know, it's only when you say something that people like John Mayer was was perfectly fine dating all and only white women until he came out and said, you know, his his David Duke, Pena's communist, and now he's tired and feather for the rest of his life. He could've just not kept at that. He could have just not told anybody Kendrick Lamar said he likes women would natural hair afros inch like Richard Pryor and shit. And will not know you say you liked women with something natural like Richard Pryor or some shit like that you really don't have to tell anybody that. Now, I'm not saying. His comments were so fucking horrible. But still you don't even have to say you made a choice. Once you make that choice is going to become politicized. Right. It's gonna become Kendrick Lamar for expressing sexual urges. And love and appreciation for dark skinned women were afros who don't have. Who don't have plastic surgery and stuff? Thank you so much clean came. We need that message. There's some people that are gonna say that there's a lot of people are going to be like what's wrong with a woman. They wanna get surgically enhancement. It's like why you gotta be hating on that Kendrick. Why you can't be attracted to that? I don't know that we get to tell like, I don't know that people's sexual attraction altruistic like people like what they won't unite. There's some of the wokers people in the world probably fucking excited for. Some some of the people that you would be like what the fuck them, you know, and people like to get off on the shock value telling you that dating that to tell you that to yourself. So anyway, all that to say there are people that do that for living. Michael join does not seem to be one of those people. He sees more annoyed that it keeps coming up every time. He does around the interviews for everything is back to. So you do you only girls black women going that? That was the Dow was misquote in the paper. That was all I've apologized for the first time that yacht thing that was not the way it appeared every single tour like I can see how he would feel. Fucked up about this. You know, what I mean, you know, for the record a lot of people. But I just don't think he's put it out there in that way to dig into kind of reputation that he has. But once again, we are some of our personal experiences, and what I've mostly seen it appears that people are responding to their own personal experiences with certain type niggers. You know, I was talking to a friend the other day. She was talking about an issue. She was having what do and our, y you know, being that it's kind of like a bit of a pattern them like you could have issues with certain type of Negus. You know, I know I used to instill do with some. But I know like for instance, I used to be really. Of prejudice. I guess is the right word, I know prejudice the right word, but I used to be ready for certain type of black people to fuck up. Like if they're like if you're black and you're like, I was a special snowflake. Hours raise around white people. I listen to certain types of music. I was all like back not so long ago. I was always ready for like. And so when are you going to drop the out actually, don't like Nick is like you are why are you say the N word. Why do you talk like that always come from? You know Powell I was waiting for it. You know, what I mean and many times either never came or it was just sometimes it could be a light misunderstanding type of thing. We really could have just talked it out. And I was ready for the for the for war on some like. So when you say what you really think about me, you know, when are you going to say, you know, think that I'm acting a certain way, you think you know, whatever like I was ready for the ship. And I think and sometimes it would be justified. It's not like they was good one hundred hundred times. Sometimes you really do do or person that that is like really anti-black. They just happen to be black as well. And you like damn you really don't like nigga like you don't. Like people like me. So I think a lot of times what black men we have a contingent of black man that are very vocally lab out about the the anti black woman jokes the white women. They're so gray, the Asian women and all this shit. And justifiably so it makes me put can guard up like, so it's almost like you're waiting other shoot a drought with people like this. People like Donald Glover people. Like anytime, you see these people like public black figures who are who operate in blackness, but our tach to spouses that aren't black, and they have any level of critique or jokes about black people black women in particular. I guarantee you that's gonna make people like fill a certain way. And we don't really know that for Michael Jordan to be honest Maccabi joining Michael, Michael, Jordan. We don't really know that for Michael Jordan. But. But I think a lot of people have seen it seen this show enough that they're already assume he's like that. So that's a long way to go to nobody basketball plan. I mean, we have our jokes about Michael Jordan too. But I just thought it was funny because you correct vows like doing maybe I believe it all. But so anyway, it was just something about me. I saw it. And just saw like I said, the commentary from didn't come from what he said seem to come from how other negative have been right. And like I said in times, those feelings come from hurt and pain and black women that do have an issue with black mandated white women that pain does not come from nowhere. And there's something that they person to need to address within themselves. But a lot of times versus address and stuff. You don't do that. So you come out online and anytime anything pops up that allowed you to pull your pain across the time line or what it on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram deaths. What you do versus saying. Let me check myself. What is it within me that causes me to feel this way? Because who he puts his pain is in has absolutely possibly nothing to do with me. Yes. Assad is already kind of bent one way. Very anti like our societies very anti black. So it's anti-black woman is we live in a misogynistic society. We live in a patriarchal society, we live in society. So now, it's not like it's even playing field already. So any comments that contribute to the like? The myth of the angry unattractive unwanted black woman. The the Jin teal white woman anytime you do that shit. You going to end up like would a big ass response. Because people just tired of it. I I'm tired of people acting as if it's never thing. Right. I understand that we can never really know. And it has to be an individual case by case basis for me. I don't like to do the bras weeping like that person's day and the white person they must be tune. I don't like that shit. I think it's actually kinda fucked up, but in general. Some people like they're invested in being like less marked anyone who notices and I think that's why these people like, Michael, Jordan. His ball. But that's why they become touchdowns for these issues. Because other people select them as the champion of the the what's wrong with a black man that just wanna white woman type of cars. And then there's other people elect them for the this is what's wrong with black men in their coons. And they become advertise for something. And you look at the comments the comments weren't eating say those things right with the people around him. Definitely did. So I mean, not around him physically. But you know, what? I mean, the people on that make these commentaries in life. They kind of pick up on the star promoting this year. Nothing is very hurtful painful thing that people are doing each other. And I wish people would stop. But correct. They're never gonna stop like I said, they're this. These comments about white women are none of that shit. People was on the page like on my page, anyway, it'd being like he's loud. They're looking for some white women is like, yeah. I mean, Jesse Williams was everybody's well. Bay got a rumors attached to him supposedly dating a white woman after after him and his wife are going through a contentious divorce involving child custody and all this type of shit people's like, yeah. That do the cone now right out to see he said that Nick is a cone. So it's like, but is it him particularly? Or is it just that we feel around these issues that thousands of arguments that have happened before? Like, this is kind of interesting. Yeah. Minka Kelly who it was. He was attached to. So, and I don't even know that that shit was confirmed. That's how crazy it was. And I feel like to a certain extent, he's tamped down his activism and being vocal since that. She I don't know if that's better or worse for people. But it's almost like he was out there playing to much in activism and shit. Because people would will we got rumor that 'cause I think he was working on a video game voice acting Kelly, and it was like the room is y'all went to the beach. Well, there's a thousand ways explain it doesn't really matter. Like, you're tired of there's a Kuna right now. Right. And the thing is. I think for a lot of people they just want to keep out of acting is I've just I've just come to collusion about some niggers anything that happens anytime that gives them the right to put you out of blackness. Oh, you're not black quote unquote bracket for a lot of black people. That's their biggest fear to be kicked out of blackness. But maybe let me tell you k-. Nobody kick you out of blackness. Nobody you'll experience black is experience. I don't care if both your parents. I black one parent. Black one pair another race. Yogi spares is your blankie spirits, and that's gonna kick yourself out. Right. That's good. Because as far if you're if you go, I don't defy black. I'm blank, I'm half. This. You really don't get a choice in America. Everybody's like you still a nigga. It doesn't really matter. What you think? Right because they're going to treat you just like, they treat me. Yeah. So think also this. This this. And this is what Williams to one people want you, quote, unquote, they want you to be like be with a person that reminds them of the correct? And that's why the reason Jesse Williams. I think had so much of a fan base of black women in the first place is because they, you know, no disrespect intended to his ex wife, but a lot of people really looked at her as this could just be me. Like, you know, what I mean, not just not especially in her own, right? But I saw I saw it for myself. How many people were basically being like I can catch Jesse Williams. She kata Jesse Williams. You know, I don't know. That's the most complimentary thing to think, but that's what it was looking like. And so when he his marriage doesn't work out or whatever there's a lot of people that seem to have an investment in it that it really was never about you. You know, same thing with people brought up fell bay, you know. Shit. Michael be joined so many people want him ages elva, you know, that certain people that, you know, I don't know if what the right words are for. But there's the fact that you are attached to a certain type of black woman or certain type of person makes people root for you. You know, in a different way. Whereas if you were attached to a person that did not remind them themselves or they could not see themselves in it becomes a little bit more. Like, I don't know what you, you know. So anyway, as always raise everything speaking of race, -taining everything. Just fucking with those which is fucking with blacks. We're just with people. That's why guys Todd it again that we all hate the play as Pucca what black people the guy, we go all around the globe articles to make us feel fucked with we point scores from zero to one hundred and it will the twenty four twenty five for how much we feel buck with. And everybody's playing a game. All right today. Fortnight is playing rapper to Millie is doing online video game fortnight for profiting off of Milly, rock dance and changing his name to swipe it. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I understand that. Yeah. You can make the characters dance like that. Right. Yup. Got damn right. You're getting sued the world is literally middle Milly Rockin on every block, including video games Brooklyn based rapper tag to Millie isn't here for people making a profit office work without giving him as well deserve credit and consent, which is why he's taking the proper online game fortnight to court and interview CBS news, he explained how he created the trendy dance recently found out for it. And I had implemented his the move into the gay. Everybody was like, yo your dance is in this game. I they actually sell the the particular move. It's for purchase. That's when I was like, oh, no. This can't go on to long the company also changed the name for Millie rock to swipe it the mili- rockets to million asked that grew popular when the rapper dropped his music video for a sawmill rock four years ago where he is seen performing the dance dance came back on the scene twenty seventeen following the rapper hashtag playboy Cardi's track. Magnolia says, Dan, social media users have created videos using the dance which. Has been noticed by businesses such as fortnight the rapper plans on taking legal action against epic games owned franchise. However, there are no logistics on the on where his team is in the process, according to electoral law, it is possible to copyright a dance, but not an individual dance move. The dance must have a series of movements that arranged in the unique original sequence in order to have copyright protection. One move is considered to be only one building block of entire choreographed dance. And example, would be song the songwriter. Trying to copyright a musical note instead of entire song, which is unique in range with the nose robbers. I chance to Robert have been outspoken about companies profiting off of black artists his work fortnight's put the actual rap songs by the dances that makes much money as a most. He's stated on Twitter black creators created popularize these dances. But never monetize. Imagine the money. People are spending on these Imos share with the artists that made them right is one of those things where. You didn't just put it in the game. A call it something else. Not that he would have been fine with that. But you're charging people to purchase this. So this is not something when I get the game. I can just do. Right. I have to pay an extra nine eight to nine nine whatever your charging people. Fuck. Yes. I'm gonna get a cut it is. 'cause you're charging people. Now. Where's my piece? It is. I agree completely. I don't know that there's another way to look at I guess the million like they said, maybe if you just say, the mili- rockets one part of a dance, but even still I think the morality of it is ski, I don't like, even if you don't get to the what the law will allow maybe the suit will be thrown out or seen as, you know, something that, you know, my auditors petty lawsuit throwing this shit out. But I just feel like there's should be morality to it where the people that came. But with these dances. You would at least get their permission think about compensating them, especially since your cell. Right. And that's the thing in the thing is. It's frustrating owner Dudas Bush it the new goes, right? Anybody else if a white person it came at you would've paid them and compensated them for that. I wonder if like the Macarenhas into game. No. 'cause I feel I that's a probably top right, right? Like a bunch of moves current in the series. Have you sold them Macarena separately, whoever invent invent the Macarena won't do Macarena coins? And especially like you said, especially when it comes to blacks shit. It's like what does has no value. We can take it. Right. Because the thing that kills me is I. Black people invent some of the cooler shit in the world and the world just comes and they take it and they run away with it. Everybody's doing it. It's fucking commercials YouTube everyb-, everybody around the world is doing it. Everybody gets the credit and everybody makes the money off of it. But the person that created desk that's the problem, and nobody wants to go find out who created it. And a lot of times these people end up broken poor because we'll take from your community. But we don't wanna pay your community for his creativity. We won't don't wanna pay them for the innovation. We don't wanna do that. But we'll take and rip it and smack somebody's white name across it open. Oh, we don't know who invented it. Yes. You do. Yes. You do a lot of times. But that people don't have the means to go to intellectual property, and all you have to have money, and lawyers and all that type of stuff. So that's why they steal from us because they know they can't and most of the time of the consequences and repercussions for them stealing from us. Yeah. And it's funny because one black people in a lot of cases, don't have the money or the resources. To go get paid. And then the other thing is it reminds me of five heartbeats that scene where they put the white dues on the cover their of their song. And he was like wiscon- help get crossover appeal, and he's like and. And which one was it Eddie was like how come across over never cross over the us crossover, but a double cross, right? We're like, where's the benefit for us that you stole the dance. You know, changed the name even so y'all knew the changed the name 'cause I knew which our doing y'all they wanna get his man any credit room to be in a room in a lawsuit where I could do this, and you know, often once why people come into some shit. They try to box you out of your own shit. So, you know, I definitely understand that billing, and I hope that even if he can't win a lawsuit based on this definition of dance, or whatever I hope that these still gets compensated. Just 'cause that would be the right thing to do. Right. Instead of president. I don't do this bullshit and we're talking billion dollar game. Right. I'm not saying that Kimmy ain't like making fucking money every kid across America and adults spending hundreds of hours got them on his. Fucking game pay people, right? Like, let's say this dance 'cause ninety nine cents. If you do nine cents a dance like, oh, ammonia, whatever the IMO nine cents, y'all more than compensate this dude enough for him to be to go on and do whatever he wants to do in life, like the amount of greed and corporate malfeasance that this shit is like super way, right? And you bought up something to and and to an extent I feel like this very first writing a lot of times certain situations. Nigga don't want white people there when it comes to certain things. Like, no, no. We don't want y'all. Make a your book dot rules Fook don't regulations right ruining it. Right. We don't want to on us what we can and cannot do because you what you're gonna strip the freedom out of it, you going to chip the flavor out of it you strip everything and make this shit splash. You're gonna strip the sheet to even cause you to come here in the first place, and it's gonna be don't it's going to be bearing. Yeah. Because a lot of times I feel like the way that why? People that interloper into other cultures. Come at things. It's like how do I monetize right? How do we make this where we can manufacture many different versions of it? You know, it's the difference between that and like empowering somebody yet, you know, coming in and being like, how do we make this? So that you can do whatever your dream was a with his dance with this music with this job or whatever. Most people don't come at it from that angle. They come at it from the how do we take what you do and make a cookie cutter like sell as many possible of teachers spousal, right? It isn't a copy paste. And it's one of those things with with a lot of black people frustration then when they look at other people, and that's why that nigger fishing thing. People will live because like niggers shape like this. And they can't get a dime. They can't get. They can't get right. Then not everywhere. But yet you get somebody. That's not even from the coach don't even come from his urine, even American and people are doing dollars that them. And that's the part I raise people. Yeah. Like how somebody like? Yes. Juice can be famous for being the white girl that has. A big ass even when she says some races or some fucked up you got a lot of black men that take care her take pictures where her have her concerts. She doesn't have any talents. She just got a big booty. That's it. She's a girl with a big booty. And they will let her come into the culture just on some like look at this rare unicorn as it there aren't white booty. Why girls all over the fucking world? But like look this rare unicorn coming into our space as opposed to if it was just on random, big moody black woman is she got to be some type of hose, she got to be some type of thought she got to be some type of like that's just a bitch. You respect, you know. Let's the difference. You know, right. And that's why I don't hate on. Nobody for for quote unquote, being talent lasts and making that money. I don't I don't things like that. Don't bother me. Yeah. But like, I say, yes Jews will be worshiped in a way that, you know, a black woman of similar like the similar lane would not be she's Instagram hose from. Right. And it's not the fact that they don't bother me. I think it don't bother me when Brown people do it because I'm like, hey, white, folks. Do this all the time. Right. That girl which oh big. I don't I don't. I'm not bothered by either. I'm just more saying there's a racial element to it. Right today is of lifting for certain people, you know, as opposed to others. It's like what are they doing? You know, anyway, one hundred for me saying shame when before fort night. Company fucking world right now come on God and trying to private of the mili- rock, and I don't know what other dances are. So who knows I don't know maybe the hammer, Dan. So some the running man is on there. And no one's going to look and find out who made that and get the money. So I don't know. But this this is a dance when four years ago, it ain't that hard to find out who made it. So there's a girl who was on Dr Phil she is a clearly a black girl, and she became a mean this last week when we were we just didn't get to it. I know a lot of people take issue with my beliefs. I'm why I'm Caucasian because everything about me is different from African American. I have naturally straight hair. My hair isn't nappy doesn't require. We've my nose is not giants like and like, I guess the joke. I mean, they're not joking on Dr Phil they think they treat it like serious. But they know that it is a joke. I guess the thing is she's so it's so ridiculous. Obviously has Perm like see for her my hair straight. Like, we know is not if she took a fucking like they should say just hop in the pool. Request. Then come on just having a pool. How right back out. We'll see how straight it isn't let. Sit for about thirty minutes, let the sun dried, and then we'll we'll have about how straight your hair is come on. You know, heard saying on why she's obviously like a Brown skin darker Browns, GAM black one, man. I mean, it's it's just one of those. Right. It's one of those like, I think. One of those things where they're trying to be controversial by putting on that. They go. Oh, this person must be crazy. So I I don't know if she came off necessarily crazy. But it's kind of like the catch me outside thing. Let's show a badge. How his his child won't. Listen mother. We need to put her on TV. Now, you can't find one of these in every Family Dollar come on. It's not like you can't just go to the touristic. All right back in Americans. My lips aren't perfect. They're not too big. And they're not to small. They're just perfect my ears. I don't have black people ears because they're really black people. Here's is that a thing. I mean, what does we got them Dumbo on stand is I've never that's one thing. I've never considered. I've never looked at an air midnight. And that's a black. I don't know. I don't I told you about him nigger years, right? Right giant, most African Americans speak ghetto. But when it comes to black people, I think they're all ugly and have nothing in common with them. I'm different from African Americans because I'm white my figures just like can cry dash, and she's a wonderful role model. Actually, obviously, everything she says live so just seen this woman on social media. Just everything she's saying is not true because looking at her she has big black. Loops G-glad knows. She is not shaped like him dashing. Anyway. Tonight think like a white person instead of a black person. I believe that I'm completely and utterly better than though like, we're all different levels. Like, okay, African-Americans cheater. I'm here white. The other thing is she appears to be trying to talk white not very successfully, you know. Like like, it sounds like she's trying to use her like a. Interview voice. But like if she called you on the phone talking just like this she'd be like, why is this black woman? So racing. Itself. You know what I mean? It's not like like, I know people that there's no such thing as talking black. It will I'm sorry. But that's a lot. Do you definitely can hear the black and a lot of people when they're talking, you know, there's people that get off on being mistaken for not black. But there's some you can kinda tell sometimes most of the time. Really? But yeah, she she's phrase trying to sound like a white person. For my mouth to God's ears. I really hate those nigger rats and anyone else really that doesn't have pure what area blood running through their veins happening talking about true, white American. God bless white America. Yeah. We've seen this movie black black Cancun clan woman. Clans woman we've seen this. Okay. Act and things just way more mature than African Americans black people think in a criminal way when I think about African Americans. I feel like asking them what is wrong with down. There really dangerous. If African American is on the same street as I am across the street to avoid their chaotic sluggish. Wait, are you? Okay, irritated on. Sorry. I just know that I'm white. I mean, she might not know that I'm lying, but I know that I'm wagon failing to my as I've felt in my blood. I'd tell my mom, I'll never be like any of those new grows. A lot of never be any those new ground tow bias coming out of her. I know right. That's mistrial. Criticize me about my supposed- race. I tell her she just ignorant. There's nothing wrong with my views or beliefs because freedom of speech and everything I'm saying is true. All right. So then they go on the head. Dr Phil interview her and all the shit. No does she. Twenty five years old sounds like most people were in disbelief that a black girl garbage so much hate towards the black people. But no one is in more just away more just released in her twenty five year old sister, Nina Richards. Wait, wait more believe she's twenty five years. Her name is Nina Richards sister to keep popping up. A home. Let me see let me just send us again. I'm thinking, my understanding that most people weren't disbelief that a black girl can harvest ourself. Hey towards other black people. No, go ahead finish this. But no one was in more disbelief in twenty five year old Nina Richards, who's her older sister? So treasure is actually younger than her. Okay. She's sixteen years old. Okay. So what I will say I'm not surprised she picked up on a lot of this language shit in this current climate. I know I may allies textbook. What white people in Republicans and social media says about black? We've all the time. I think much like Candice owns is very easy to just adopt the white races, speaking points and go on TV 'cause temple overt racist. Like simple things. They're thuggish ways. And like all that shit. She was saying. So I I don't find that to be kinda surprising. I think it's more that Dr Phil would give somebody like this platform in order to exploit them. I noticed what he does for a living. But that's why you really just can't respect that do because this kinda shit is very hurtful to a lot of people. And while while it's funny. I'll laugh at it also some tragedy here in real life. She apparently, so her sister interview essences, she said that treasure our mother just only wanted to go on the show 'cause they want a free trip to LA and become a mean online. I knew they were going to LA. But I didn't know what it was about. The Anna said when asked if she knew about their parents, they told us that they weren't allowed to say what shows about I thought it was something she actually did her real life. If I realize treasure is currently on the run from Michigan's child protective services after. Dropping out of school and become an award state. Right. There's always some real tragedy behind this year. Dr Phil would treasure stopped going to school for a long very long time. She's into a lot of craziness. She puts herself out there. She has all these hustles she's banned from CVS. She's done a lot yet. When it comes to treasures the parents to fill. It definitely wasn't something to sixteen year orchestrated on her own says her mother wanted to free trip and her brother was basically along for the ride or pisses me off your Moore's that her deceased father's name and reputation was ruined Richard William Richardson. Sorry who was a white man died in two thousand six hey photo shown on national television. Monique apparently lied about. The fact that treasure never knew he was he wasn't her biological father Cording to Nina her siblings. Always knew he wasn't there biological father. But he was the one who raised him. They disgraced my dad who I love dearly. I haven't spoken to my mom's episode air, my mom, and I have had a relationship very rocky. Because he's done a lot of evil stuff treasure always knew about logical. Dad was and when it came to daddy William he was very Levin car, man. All that narrative of her not knowing she wasn't. Why is fake? He loved us and was such a loving person seeing his picture his picture slapped. All over television was disgrace. Also faked that treasure. The fact that treasure says the treasure says, she hates anything that's do a black people. That's fate. If you took a look at treasures Facebook page. Clearly, see she has black friends and even wrote about supporting black lives matter and guess who else might have known about treasure family being a fraud and unnamed producer Dr Phil show who let the comment on the now deleted Facebook post is a disgrace to our family and our race. We are black family very black where Detroit black. Oh, man. That's pretty black for my mom to allow this is a my fuck to all of us. Doctor Phil's people didn't kit did not care. They wanted to spend this narrative, this why believe everyone on that shows staff is racist. Dr Phil correct in my sister for saying retard is derogatory word, but never corrected her for saying niggers, Nina continue as a proud makeup artists who promote black beauty offended me to hear. My sister talk about black people to why she did my mom raising a problem woman. Love it coach has was always there. Shit. She says she call the CPS too. She needs to do hard time in juvie and sit down and be in the control areas. She doesn't want help from a regular family household being control area as is for own good. Because there are people who wanna hurt her. Now. People online have been sitting her death threats and want to know what she lives people from her school know, where she is her life is a steak at this point. TV? I wanted to be. Famous. I. People's go. Yohn TV now with like most people don't make money off of that shit. Yeah. And what's even wild is like the catch me outside girl, rose fame and stardom off of doing something pretty fucking ignorant as well. You know? Oh, man. It's like I said, it's just sad to me. It's not really a, you know, hourly like, I know that most people probably laugh at it and it and there's plenty shit there. I'm not saying nothing funny. But. I don't know. This is kind of more sad funny to me two hundred. They give it a hundred. Yeah. I think I mean like knowing she's faking it you think we're less than the score. 'cause like, oh, she faked it. But it kind of makes it worse to me agree because it's so obviously a fake Dr Phil. And then just put her on TV knowing she's sixteen and she has a parent that's complicit in this shit, like who's helping her like, you know. That's crazy, man. That's why get hunt. Yes. One hundred feel fucked with I can't lie. All right. Let's do one more of report black women less likely to be promoted and supported by their managers. Yeah. I agree. I I believe that. One hundred. Researchers survey two hundred seventy nine companies employ more than thirteen million people and talk to six four thousand employees on their workplace experiences. That's a pretty vast study. That's a lot of people more than ninety percent of the company's post said, they prioritize prioritizing, gender and racial diversity. Lease. The better business owes yet only forty two percent of employees surveys said they see gender diversity as a company priority and only twenty two percents racial diversity is a company priority. For everyone hundred man promoted to manager only six sixty black women are of forty percent of black women have had their judgment question in their area of expertise. Twenty seven percent of men have only thirty five percent of black women said that manager promotes their contributions to others. Forty six percent of men said the managers does and forty one percent of black women said they never have substandard interaction with a senior leader about their work. Just twenty seven percent of me and said that. If you're a black woman, working black working woman. Fifties sixties, and these stats reflect your personal experience is understandable. Why your frustration level is high was worse? According to the US census bureau, while four-time working woman earned about eighty cents on every dollar mandate. A full-time working black woman earned sixty seven cents for every dollar. And this is why black woman particularly a lot of older black women some younger, but older black women are breaking out and being entrepreneurs because they're all the system is rigged this bullets. Did you know what I'm going to be my own got involved? You know, how McKay too? Yeah. Well, also, you can be. Overly qualified for the shit you get anyway. Right. So was like, they wait until is undeniable they have to give you this promotion of this position or this job because it's like, you you're above this station in life already like black women. Never get promoted to early. You know what I mean? Like how to lay right, right? So I think that's the big difference. And then yet that's the one hurdle. You don't face as often. Now that you don't face any which you don't face it this often, we're in business for yourself because you can kind of cut out that person over you deciding winning where you get to be, you know, right? You can make your own decision and the internet has allowed that. And that's one thing that I do love about that. Because like you said, particularly if your expertise in the field. That's the really pisses black women off I got a degree at got my doctorate, PHD, whatever is I I've been doing this shit for fifteen or twenty years. I know more than you know, boss or manager you come to. Me to ask me about my expertise. And the you act like I don't know what I'm talking about. Hundred same. Now that it's time for some guests the race. That's right. It's guest the time. Now that is time for some the. That's right. It's guest race time. But that's right. It's time for the race. The number one game. Go to all the podcast podcasts. We read the play news from all over the globe contestants today. Karen and the chat room to guests. Oh, right. Right. Then of course, a chat room plays along. And everyone involved is racing. All right. Let's get to the first game. Software engineer who lives with a life size dolls told to stay away from school friend that he tracked down. And obsessed engineer who stalked a woman he he had fallen in love with fifty years earlier has been landed with a five year restraining order at the pursued her once again. Everard Kuhnen sixty two years old admitted to stalking. Julie taylor. Once Julie our says, he never got over her despite having not seen her since they left school in nineteen seventy two. The lifelong bachelor decided to try and get back in touch with her earlier this year at the losing his job made him reevaluate. What was important in life? He thought he was going to star in the wrong the court hurt the core heard he had hurt her while at school. But details over there falling out. We're not giving hurt her Mr. kunia who lives with nine life size dolls at his home in Christ Church Dorset. Oh, so he's a real keeper he researched birth, death and marriage. Registers order define is Taylor and obtained her wedding photo. Of I liked it. That's the first time. You said what I feel like every sin of this has been what? It has are obsessed. Kuni also turned up air old family home, where eight year old mother Georgina Allan still live, although Cooney was told to leave. He went to went on to send eight letters addressed to mistake to her mother's address. He also went jogging paths for mother's house every day of four month period. And once even followed a woman, he thought might be Miss Taylor from the property. Miss taylor. I dunno Disney. Allen. Oh, Miss Taylor. Did not respond guess formal? Formerly miss our did not respond to his letters. But she did she and her mother became concerned when kunia made a joke about kidnapping her in one. And one of the letters. And there's pictures of him with his nine, doll wives. Could you imagine somebody who has a similar name? I mean, you went to differs birth records. Wow. He probably went through hundreds of women 'cause there's a lot of people would come in with the same names Miss Taylor. From Chrysler Dorset reported, the RT software engineer to the police Kuni initially denied as baby amounted to Rasmi, but admitted one charge of stalking Taylor's sixty two years old at one of harassing her mother. He was sentenced to hundred twenty hours, unpaid work and ten rehabilitation days as well. As the five year restraining order, which prevents him from contacting Taylor mother and limited entry to miss Allen's road after his previous care. Erin kunia said he felt stupid over the matter. He said I've said her mistake when I was at school at Honda meet for fifty years. I was terminated try and find out she was okay with clearly I learned her. I wanted to find a way to make it up to her girls have have to be able to reject guys that don't they don't want those guys except that for some reason I have not really been able to. It's a shame. And I do really do feel really stupid about. How do you do dangers do? At the earlier hearing prosecutor Lee Turner explained Kuni unrequited love for Miss Taylor of a gay when he went to school with her between nineteen sixty eight nineteen seventy two he said they last each other on the last day of school in nineteen seventy two he wrote a letter to earn early nineteen seventies. But it didn't return as her mother burnt it. And in nineteen seventy eight he received a letter from him. But just Beuys of dispose of it in reply. Take thing in bro. Fuck your six dollars and leave it alone. Isn't that what they're for? In may this year. He went to an old family home in the door was as by her eight year old mother, he started asking questions about her daughter, and she immediately recognized him as the mayor who used to have an evacuation where the daughter at school. He tried to give her a letter, but she said, no shut the door. Couple of days later post arrived addressed Juliana her maiden name detail. How much he wanted to get in touch. He sent a further seven letters in May, June July, August September he may reference to some gates that the mother had only just installed, and she started worrying he was on. He was watching the property, right? The letter started off short and over time became lengthier and more rambled the fifth letter in August caused her to phone the police as he may reference to kidnap her. It was written in light hearted way saying his kidnapping days done, but he calls her alarm. Do we need to go? See other women kidnapped from nineteen fifty two. He also may reverence to having researched her and no new little known private details. And the letter said to me detailer incident where he followed a. Email even address on foot believing. Julia wasn't she never had any letters James Moore defending previously said Cooney intended. No malice. What what is this? Even your rasping is malice. You say ever done it to call them to take stock of his life. And all he wanted to do see if he could rekindle a friendship her. He realized is not going to happen. This is the rest, he hasn't engage in any behavior. Like, this would Julia. Well, you know, let's give it another fifty years. Maybe he will haywire. Guess the race of Mr. Kuni and. Killer. Stalker white. All right. Let's take the chat rooms see what they believe. The unserved is a middle age white male possibly has dolls in the freezer unrig recruiting way unrecorded night love white of. White breath. You take. Why only white? Only white make this use the stock recovery dangerous behavior of another white man white why also the dolls probably look like her. Why the correct estimate is white. The creepy man his dolls. I guess I wanna know when he got these professional photos taken because these are very professional photos like he had a shoot his house with him in his dolls. Oh was taking out of what is happening here. Like was. He's sending these pictures to her like, look, this is me, and my other bitches you could be here. I mean, this could be but you playing right. You could be no, right. Be here with me. I'll be watching you. Wow. Fucking creepy. He took one of these dollars out to a restaurant where actual people minute, sir. Why? There's no us notice. Like, what does this mean? You carry the doll in with you. The Dow also what would what woman would dress like this? She's outside by defense wearing skimpy lingerie. Right up to the challenge. You got us to lose right pearls in heels hold in Reich that she can't use come on. Which is why to rate has spider webs on it? Sir. This picture here. I'm like, you gotta you gotta professional these pictures to thought this was okay to people this you just lay one in the bed fully clo-. That's the way we haven't sexual. Your thought is okay. All these dolls. I just heard different ages. Yeah. And there's twenty five year old her. And that's her when she said alone at dot. Oh god. Nobody was like, sir. Go to jail go all the way to jail apparently not in. This is dangerous enough. He needs to put his hands on. Oh, yeah. Literally threaten her or something like that. Here's another creepy, dude. A man put I don't behind women's car tires in order to watch them. Police said. What a Saginaw, man. I'm sorry. Saginaw. Michigan aids. Testing a chastening men with the history stock in women in parking lies is charged again with a crime one that could let him in prison for years again. I mean, the first time didn't Bucci basically what we have victims of college the reported. They felt they were being stopped in creeped out said sheriff Bill Fedor spiel the individual was placed and was placing items underneath the tires of women's vehicles, stocking parking lots watching them picking out victims he'd wait for them to go onto the store, then place an item under the tire thing. Go back to his car where you have a good vantage point when the women were returned to the vehicles to started driveway. They run over two items get out and bend over to investigate demand question identify, deputies a forty three oh, Kurt enfold in would watch them from his vehicle at times. But nocholas. That's the pervious most effort shit. I've ever heard of in my life man fucking theory. That's the scariest shit right to look at some. But listen I love, but. Okay. I like, I'm gonna Tena Belcher. All right. I am into. But I there my face. Okay, Mao Instagram's but come pages but love, but this is so far beyond the call of duty. When he want to look booty is really disgusting to noted as part of women. They'd be like here is my booty look at it as I've never thought to myself. Let me go disturb this day. So I can look at her. But that's what I'm gonna do this third fucking day. Put a coke bottle behind you Joe car. Take three seconds takes the bend over and look at the coke bottle and go. Okay. Mc tires, okay. For the three seconds. Just get by. But Nakata's my nigga, which means you on that good. Look you looking like you don't stakeout was on. But. What is what is you up up and the NFL football game tribes he'd failed? Right. This was on. But stakeout fuck and tell us go to look at some buds my dude. Join a gym or some I don't know jam yoga. I mean, walk around all like, I tell Jau creep in line. Like like, I doing it for all the creeps dues. Don't know. You can look at all as you won't to we. We're working out as long as you don't creep was out. You're gonna get out as she won't do. We know we are in here in skip it close hot which exercise. Yeah. We all squatting this witness who I mean, obviously, this guy would would not be able to handle it. But just in general butts everywhere is my point. Yes, they got them. Yeah. It's not like women are walking around like, I don't have a. But like, oh my God. When did they get there is you that makes a weird went your own life? Now, look at our that. It's like. Issue is you going let me put something in your way. So you can bend over that the violation of the of the unspoken rules of somebody got somebody. That's it grew got plenty of big butts on it take take feel to see our goal. Go. Get a count look at butts. There you go. There you go on Instagram. There's so me is just like my. But this is my life. This is what I do for a living. I just I paid. I advertise flat tummy, tea and look at my. But that's it. And this really was like no what I really mean to do. I need to from items to poop higher people's cars. That's crazy. I need to harass the soccer mom. Oh, my God stood up point where there's some that walking around. You might not even want to see but walk around like do while it was going on without? But here I've really just came to eat my meal and now fucking but strata gains come out and this do is out here. Like, no, I'm. Parking outside of motherfucking. Our park outside of bad bath, bath and beyond and put some motherfucking items behind people's cars. Right, right. So what the next time I hit some I got the drive home a halfway home. I look at it. 'cause I don't know if some dude is Nocholas to down. I you know, the unspoken part is definitely had to dig into. We did definitely was jacking off to those. But. So yeah, they said they could not devote specifics on what led investigators to Bolton apart from saying he has a history of engaging in such kind of the same chips lie everytime. He goes in he purchased in all of a sudden, the they come out, and there's twenty packages of are scattered across the parking lot. And nobody fucking knows wack. He likes because it rhymes with. But come on. It reminded us when we heard of it a Mr. Fulton because we've been down this road before it wasn't much of a reach to dig up this info and find out where he was before. That mean, how sad he don't cameras somewhere. Probably not just on camera. How sad is it that you are such a creed. The police was like we don't even really need to do extra research dated. Yeah. Baked ma'am, ma'am. He crying a little bit and sound like been traumatize. Let me ask you this. Did he did he look at your? But yes, okay. Thank you. We will take care of this knows actuary is let's go to job. Since two thousand four eight people in Saginaw, engineers counties. Reporter survey Fulton was charged convicted of aggravated stalking stemming from October two thousand seven today in the parking lot of Jones fabrics and crafts, all the women. Go to so a saga county Justice in the five years probation. But he violated it was put in put in prison for eighteen months. He violated the but looking pro based in and went to prison for this. Yeah. People coming out with needles and three inch shit like dad, what are you in for? I couldn't stop looking at. I mean, they come out of fish hours. And I see right, Ana. But look at it. I mean, they they coming out with tons of fabric. It's like that gif in a courtroom black dude just like it in a bowl of oatmeal, whatever and they appointed the camera. It does you know, he was like I can't stop looking. Yeah. Must've y'all. Let me go to the next section it real quick. 'cause we're going to get cut off. No problem. And I say is point plenty of asses women freely. I don't comprehend this. He's nope. I gotta get in. When they don't know. What's happening? Help us so buying bunch of dollar store items to put people there much you spent like you said hat can you explain go to a strip club. There have been in over right there. The amount of money you spending. Let's chips you heard about a stripper, right? Good greed darned, Dan, and I love, but like this not, you know, does not mean trying to act like, you know, what a creepy guy who likes butts like everybody, not everybody. But I love it. We all like there's a lot of us they love. But a lot of us do and were hit the wrong. But cars do there's a lot of people. Let love bus. I a lot of. But in through that are not taking it this far. Okay. Creepy creepy motherfucker. So yeah, Fulton was charged convict Agra stalking is some instances you place. VHS tapes and McDonald's cherry pie by women's tires. Because they are cheap. Again. Can care second. She's never done this before I have crossed the overall. Yes. Explain VHS tapes and McDonald's cherry pies by behind the something he knows that what crush it. 'cause it was something small day. You know, what I guarantee you? He tested it guarantee. You he probably put light something small like the chicken sandwiches, some shit like that or chicken nuggets shit that ain't loud enough. I gotta get going crack. Yeah. I guarantee you. He was playing cherry pie when he put them J pas down there to get the woman to bend over to chair. Piles was just right. Every. What is that sound come from? I want to see how my time just some use it came out of nowhere freebie. But not looking at me of no way, a lot did McDonald's run out all every pies. Into parking lot, the ice cream machine isn't broken. But the Charipov machine is down about seventy five. That's all we made today man that guy's awfully skinny to eat a whole Cherif all orders. Everytime. You oughta nothing else. Nothing else up. The menu. Oh, girl. I think I hit some hold on. Let me go. Check the back tires and see what's behind. Come around. What happened at the drive time? He pulled up the people go kind of terrify me are get you dig out your hand and put down Nocholas starving is because of the nature this very creepy unacceptable behavior. That's the best way to describe as creepy said shares. Imagine a worker today into coming up out of fucking Terry. Pas you fucking people rolled over there say his bond to eight thousand dollars cash shirty or ten percent. So you gotta come up with eight thousand dollars cash. Get out. Make it higher. Yeah. So the writing the that take. All right. So what does he what did he do he go and buy all the blank, cassette tapes that they got, you know, the the at the few places actually sail them. Yeah. Where do you find like Notre Blang? Maybe they would just as VHS tapes. Okay. I'm assuming that you win. But like the whole pack of twenty twenty to twenty five dollars because goodwill and by all eight tracks out eight threats. Why does this do all the eight tracks? I mean, sir. Just need. Good music. What does he even playing the H I a lot of disco a lot of disco serve as a fan. That's why I'll be selling for foster and a piece right? All right. Can't guess rice. Oh, why cares? Go white. Let's check the chat room. See what they believe? Little light makes a last say even white boys got shout white says gone. White even at the spending time in jail. He's out still at it. While why and leave this go out of it. Okay. Okay. You know, they did have about moody. And and disco. So I I wanna say a gateway drug to what drove him crazy the MCAS for meat beater, white. The correct is he is a white main. The Naga would take me out right by committed to looking at some as you gotta be bobber Nocholas to look from your. The here. My who happened in here. What is happening? Indeed, good. All right. Let's go on his round. Right. And. That's right. Double points. Double rice in guest array so far care and his two for two. Let's see you can go smooth through three man. We'll talk about so many creepy, man. It makes women react sometimes care rightfully. So. Sometimes not rightfully so Kiera la- grea twenty two years was arrested and charged with strangling. In New York. Police said the Plattsburgh police department posted a video Thursday show on twenty two year. Okay, are la- gray attacking a bouncer from behind at the five one eight nightclub Tober twentieth. Okay. In a video. She is seen at the bar, whatever friend when her friend the woman hits la- graves, but not realizing that it was a friend who touched her la-. Grace biz around makes be law for the bouncer who happened to be walking by the two women the grave immediately wraps are ours around bounces Nick la- grade franchise stop. But it's too late. Let graving about the following dancefloor photograph stands up walks away as the bouncer stays on the graph. Or if you say before slowly get into the gray choked about unconscious. That's a strong lady. She was example for the next person. Don't touch me. Apparently. So oh, so yes, you talked conscious of they said didn't try to stop her because he thought it was a friend plan a joke on him. He even does misunderstanding Legrand was arrested in charter strangling. Police said we've got to charge debt. Gus the rights of care LA grave Karen's going with black or right? Let's check the chat room. This behavior is why we can't go to Bella noches. No, no blacks is going Gour blacks. Let's see. Can't go no mall. I don't see any other guesses. I guess you are cowardly to guess. And just you don't want to be a real person. Interesting for Nelson black black. So everybody's going black on this one. And everyone is wrong. Real sad to see some of that demand. A recount it's real sad to see some of the airtime blackness that people traffic within chat room. I mean because no her resume. She can't find a job. So because she got violent our sudden, she got to be a black woman. I'm name. Oh, because so what on black people name kids? Kierra la- grave. Oh, that's what it is. I'd never say that. I'm just going based off of the stereotype, I knowed all it is what one resumes get trucked into trash, and you not won't care. Okay. I guess I'm not being. I'm sleep not woke. Okay. You woke MRs being rejected and you not whoa Honda. Everybody had come on. I can't believe it. You don't fit the stereotype, ma'am. She's not black hair. Okay. My mom. I'll never be like any of those new grow. Sure, right, ma'am. She would never be one time, you're racist and work against you. She li- Hayden Pinna, Terry. All right. Let's go to sort wretchedness giving me debit on all second hit the wrong button. Let's go to sword. Wretchedness? Ex- NFL player. Charles Rogers rested for wilderness sort at a youth basketball of it. Oh, some high stakes basketball there. Baking terroristic threats at a youth basketball of it and wilderness stores. Six weeks leaving a voicemail threatening you football player. That's right player. Coach Rogers play Fosse's than NFL Seattle Seahawks. Dolphins the Buffalo Bills at the star in at Georgia Tech brandishing a sword. Brandished the sword during October fifth incident at Mata wanna Aberdeen middle school during an for parents of a local youth basketball travel team, according to the Aberdeen police chief John powers of forty two euro riders turned himself in Monday also charter possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose stalking unlawful possession of a weapon. He was taken to the mom county jail on Creole township the state did not seek to detained at his initial appearance. So he was released the next step would be for the mom ou- police. I'm in county prosecutor's office to bring charges to a grand jury. There's been no announcement if they. Oversee. Or if that could happen is just the latest incident involving Rogers who play coast at Mata wa regional high school and also say jive any high school. The arrest comes eleven weeks after riders who at the time was coaching the muttawa American football. Let the profanity late in voicemail for the parent of an eleven year old player on another team threatening to send his players after the child until he came out of an upcoming game. Just hours after USA today network, New Jersey disclosed voicemails, September six routers, fire from his job as the office coordinator, Saint John finally highschool probably should've been he was awesome. He was also suspended indefinitely by jersey shore, American football, Benny hill. Volunteer coaching serving as a board member anywhere near a YIF in New Jersey. Agreed you get ban from jersey shore, you really get together. What's that team? Just want us to gym tan lines. I mean, they're very easy in the voicemail left for Chris juicer. The parent of a player who left Matt wa wa after play for the East Brunswick base, Saint Bart. Buffalo's Rogers declares at one point we are going to bliss every fucking play to your guy comes out of the game muttawa and saying BART's did play their regular schedule game against each other. Without incident voicemail could be heard about playing video at the top of the store in the forty four Sega, diatribe Rogers, whose legal name is John Edward Rogers says you know, I'm pissed off about this shit right here. And I'm telling you what a guy we are going to blitz. We don't care if we get a give up a badge and not we're and. Everybody we're bliss every single fucking play. Some that is that is bad. I guess you think that's bad. Shit moon on a bullshit move. And I don't like it, and it's stupid move. And we're gonna bliss every single fucking play. Hang the fuck up hill every play. Prior to being hired earlier this year service office coordinator at Saint John's variety under head coach John MARTINI who riders play for regional high school Rogers assistant coach Montoire under Marci two thousand eight to two thousand eleven oh, man. What the fuck? I can't believe I. The only thing I think that would make somebody be like this to say, but. Got to be the. True. I we'll be back tomorrow. If things go according to plan. Okay. If things go according to plan big if everybody pry fours who should have garage nail Jay's here. Okay. She stay busy. She stay working. She's booked all the time, right? Sometimes plans change at the last minute. But if everything goes as shoud, we should add James on the show tomorrow. So I hope so all right intil, then I love you too.

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Episode 657: The Lone Bellow

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Episode 657: The Lone Bellow

"From the creators of relevant magazine. This is the relevant. It's Tuesday November thirteenth two thousand eighteen and it's the melon podcast. We are in the thicket holiday season. I'm your host Cameron Strang in here with me in our Orlando studios. I'm so glad he's back. We don't have to use fake laugh tracks my brother on the ones in twos channel, Mr Liu general people loved it people. No. I saw some. I was like I was laughing every time. I literally thought I Texas. This people are going to love this. So funny comes on. Hey, listen. They okay can all be. Line from level in Virginia. Jesse Carey a low low, and I apologize for nothing. Right now Chandler. Coming from Nashville, Tennessee Tyler Huckabee. Hey, everybody and just down the street, author speaker podcast her cowgirl extraordinaire downs. Good morning jets. We have a great show as few today. Coming up later, the lone bellow joins us. I'm telling you Williams and loan Bella. They are. I mean, that's not their name the names Lauren, but Zach LIAM's is started the group one of the best one of my favorite their incredible. If you've ever had a chance to see them live. You will never forget it forget it. They're an incredible group. That's kind of the cool thing about this EP that they're talking to us about is. You know, it's songs that they did this kind of tyrod sui inter than they did one Mike recording where they wanted to capture that kind of intimacy of them planes ship down versions live. So they got a couple of covers some new songs, but it's an EP of trying to capture that live interview that they're really known for the first time I ever saw them perform was they were opening for the civil wars. And they were brand new group. Didn't even have an album yet. They literally in the in the in the lobby were selling CD are that they burned for the for the tour right on the top. Yeah. Yeah. Totally a blank disk that they just wrote song names and put a printed Sleaford. Got the idea for. And I'm telling you, I learned right then and there I was an artist I would never ever tour with the lone bellow because as great as civil wars were the lone bellow, totally upstaged them. They were unbelievable. I saw that same show. And I don't agree. But I appreciate you. Really interesting. Yeah. I love Lumbao. And I listen to them. I think they're great. I didn't think they make sure that you were at as well Cameron. I didn't I didn't. I mean, it was they're both very good diplomatic disparate is the. The civil wars. Show. That's a really strong statement. I would say that they're at exactly good opening fit for civil who who still making music. Yeah. We've been wondering the people want to know, what's the? I don't know. They sure lived up to their name, though, didn't they? Oh, that's funny. That's a good point. Yeah. I would. Awesome. I'm so glad they're still making music. Yeah. Look at all the bands who are making music loan, bellow and smile smile smile. Sorry. Thirty two thousand one we're saving a store. Yeah. Where's DC talking about on the show? Yeah. Absolutely. And also coming up at the end of the show, we have what has become its own thing. It could be its own podcast Shutian. Podcast asked Jesse is coming up later. You guys send us a lot of life conundrums and this time Jesse put me in the hot seat last time this I've really been going. Admirably the dueling council. I wish that when I go to I go to counseling. Sometimes I wish I had to like, I say, let them hash. I like, the choose Joan adventure element of having to voice come in perspective to have one like, you know, good listener who gives like genuine thoughtful advice based on, insight, and empathy. You also like have Anne. Like Volve it and this make this duo in the. In Hollywood couple naming things and we asked Janney asked genus genie. Yeah. Angel on my shoulder advice. But you don't know is I think you're kind of a devil in the situation jesse's. Story straight narrow ironic right leaning on the shoulder one elbow taking a drag from vape pen being like you should do. Okay. Good. Reload with bubblegum grape. Russia. Awful. All right. Well of a move the so long, and it is time for slow. News. All right. What do you have Jesse? All right. I have one that is a strange mystery that the nation of Japan is very eager to get to the bottom of down. If you guys heard about this story, but something so Japan is neighboring countries frequently dispute where lines in territorial waters exists. Land borders are easy. A lot of times. It's you know river or it's just a straight up border, and they're falls but out at sea. Sometimes it was lines get a little birth a little blurred, and depending on various maritime laws as long time listeners. Now, I'm an expert in the topic of C law someone on the proximity to land that is held by the country. That's why one island in Japan is so important any I you the name of this island. I wonder if you could Matthew me, it's a very easy with pleasure. The name of the island is e ceann Bihaac kick Koji. Ma there you go. Perfect perfectly deliver. I feel like perfectly do know as I said every letter you sent me I'm not sure that every letter. Yeah, it's close enough. Anyway, this particular island is important because it determines the furthest outpoint of some territorial waters that China is also interesting interested in claiming and so recently and author of a book who is an expert in these different islands. There's a series of them out there that that is in Japan territorial waters went out to visit this one for research for his book and discover something very interesting the island of the letters from the alphabet live there. The island has gone missing. What's the island that is this outposts of territorial waters has disappeared? And there's no one is actually sure why people have theories, but no one can confirm. Why the last time it was actually technically surveyed was around like the late eighties. And it was there and it was still four feet above sea level at high tide. So the sea level hasn't risen for feet is since the late eighties. And so it's not just like was swallowed up by the rising seas. But the other thing is that no major typhoons have swept through the area since then, you know, like in Hawaii recently, they had that big hurricane and it washed away an island. So no one is quite sure what has happened to this island. They think, you know, maybe it's it's dramatic erosion. They don't know why it would have eroded that quickly. But it's created like this geopolitical conflict, and if Japan can't find the island, they're going to lose some of their territorial waters. So it could have been like misplaced on maps. But they think that's unlikely they don't think that it's under water. They think it's possible at a road, but they don't have any evidence of that. So there is a that has gone missing off the coast of Japan. Okay. That's really cool Tyler Tyler what are your theories to come to mind? Good. The first one is one of the most obvious ones. There's been by my count since the late eighties. No fewer than three Godzilla attacks on Japan. Very easy to see how the whole and the hubbub island could go missing. Yeah. The Mila bat, but I most liked the idea of an island heist like somebody just wanted Highland. And I don't know what the McCain. I don't know. How you do? I don't know how you would either. But. There would be incentives for another country to steal or destroy the island. No one suggesting that, but there are very there's a lot of a lot at stake at the existence of this island. So your idea of it being stolen isn't actually completely outside the realm of possibility because it literally does shrink than the actual square. Maya total square mileage of the nation of Japan, right? And another country can go try to claim those water just assume that no one lived on this island that was uninhabited. It was uninhabited though, weirdly a few years ago, there's a plane crash in the virus ended up on that island. And they reported a smoke Bonsor for. For. Others. No, no, why disappeared. Coming together a little bit. Although it does get a little hard to follow in the last thirty minutes. So you're gonna wanna stick with what actually happens in the end is pretty disappointing. You're not gonna get any closure. It was you know, there's a lot of questions intitially answered and people are upset about it. Still to this day. So, you know, don't take too far don't get invested and what happened to this island because they're gonna string you along for like two two extra seasons. The necessary wanna work now. History. Tv. Out Damian Lindelof, you news. Scientists who went to go find our with all the letters. Just didn't go the right place. Like, it's not like where you have a favorite restaurant, and you pull up, and it's become a different restaurant or doesn't exist anymore. This is the ocean. There's no street sign my guess is. He took a wrong turn. I mean, it's possible. But they have like satellites and stuff to Jessica don't space camp. I don't believe this. Satellite's space. Three days comes back to Houston. Okay, jesse? I. And. Rocking with your hatch open or whatever. And now, you think, you know, everything. Okay. I know we got a lot to get today. So I'm gonna keep this very brief. But it's an update on her previous slice that. We actually had science Mike on this is to kind of weird SCI wants today. But hey, they're both true. And in the news. Do you remember last year, we had SCI fi on and talk about it? When there was this weird cigar shaped object solar system. Scientists have never seen before. Right. Yeah. I inner galactic is like the first intergalactic item. We've confirmed actually come into our solar system. Galaxy from. Galaxy right. Yeah. And you know, the shape is what made it so odd because most of the time just the way that meteors and things hurdle through space. They don't end up elongated like that, you know, at least not that we've ever observed especially going solar system the solar system or galaxy galaxy. So a pair of harbor researchy. Researchers next week are releasing a paper where they theorize. This is a quote the object may be fully operational probe sent intentionally or vicinity alien organization. Cornelius. Fear. They these are Harvard. Researchers say that listen to put on the table because we don't have any explanation for you for on the table that's intentionally shaped like a ship that could hit light would hit it surface. And that's how it's power galaxy to galaxy with some sort of like basically operating a light sale, but the most efficient way to get it. Here is the shape it like that. And the recent whole paper on this. So crazy one look at her and keep walking that. But I also think it's funny that they pre warned us. They were releasing a paper. I'm like, none of us are gonna raise eighty trailer. Never gonna read the paper know what it is. You know, this is my recap of lost is what it is you need to characters. Interesting mysteries that you'll never know the answers to and it ends in like, a dream, Suzanne, Senator shoot cares. Spoiler. Don't watch. This is the same thing. I don't want to read. I don't read a twenty five page harbor research paper. Now, I wanna read what they just releases a crank that is an alien and it sorted out. My understanding is they they can't definitively rule out that it's not an extraterrestrial probe come here to. Is. But they're saying if you're gonna say, I mean, they're kind of saying I want that to be true, so bad don't even know it's aliens and they're coming for us. I'm to mount it's time to get space force going. I remember when science came on. And he showed us the picture of it because this is audio podcast. I. How big is it can we tell the size of a bus is at the size of earth. Is it? I mean, we know a cigar shape. But for it to get picked up on these on our cameras are space cameras. It has to be sizeable. Right. Is it quite large? So so if it is an alien invasion, they're they're bringing enough aliens with them to actually invade. This is a real caravan of invasion coming we're working. We're we're looking at the wrong caravan saying. They don't have speculated on this thing. They could be some sort of research that is like we satellites out to snap pictures, and we get them close enough where we can get some accurate data about other plants or saying, you know, we have to be over to the possibilities and another civilization civilization potentially doing the same thing, you know, within the realm of plausibility saying is likely, but it's certainly plausible from what they've seen this object. The main thing is never seen anything like this inter our solar system. Like, it just doesn't really happen. Most of the still mini years out assuming like this thing is an impending. Yeah. I mean, it's kind of it's kind of like a slowly moving like almost if you're gonna walk a couple thousand miles it's moving slowly towards us. It's time to capitalize it for the midterms last week. Yeah. That's the problem. The media dropped the ball on this one. I different doing this in my Haley's comet like Haley's comet comes around ever so many years because every seventy five years Jesse seventy five years when I saw it in the eighties. I thought I hope I'll be alive to see it in my in my eighties. Actually, here's the thing. But that's like the reason we see it is because it's you know, in or it in like, a an orbit and our solar system comes back around. This thing is like blasting through it. Which is really weird. They never seen something like that. So I don't know. I'm not saying, it's aliens. But I'm just saying if prepare prepare the invasion prepare for the force. It's based on the line. Now, do we have a time line of light years like how far away is it and like? It's reasonably close to earth. But I don't think it's close enough for us to get anything to it. It's moving too fast. So I mean, it's within a proximity. It's within a proximity that we could detect it and know what shape it is. But it's not like we can go there and catch up to it might be just passing through might be going to another galaxy. And this is just a drive-by. Yeah. Exactly. We're not the ones we're not the ones who earth and be like, no thing. For the next pit stop that. All right. Can't stay here. Yeah. Exactly. All right. What have all right? So this is a this is a study. I actually put a lot of fun this. So I'm glad to see that me and the scientists I when you said this to me, I glad you brought it because I've been interested in this topic as well. I think it's an inch an inch. An important ever dark like kind of black MIR moral. That has to do with the coming. Advent of self driving cars, as we know self driving cars are in existence. But there's a lot of they're still working a lot of bugs out. But the question that's being posed by ethicists, especially at the in technologies. Fear is what what sort of choices and programming. Are we gonna put into these self driving cars when they have to make moral decisions that we make people on the road, not irregularly where there's prancers unavoidable collision between two people to different groups of people. How do you choose? Of fertile and the road or something right now, if you've got a turtle versus a cat, if you've got a maybe an old person versus a young person a school bus versus a bus of like inmates. Go into jail, I sort of or or even what what point do you protect the life of the driver over the life of you know, right off the road. So that this so that the school bus are the folks going to go to feed the way ELS can continue on what they're doing. In my idiot, self disguise. That's not the net loss to humanity is much less. So researchers to this is over they two hundred thirty three different countries. They collected data almost forty million individual decisions from respondents all told and they've put together an actual list of different people and animals from different walks of life different age groups about. Given the choice between who you think would be the safer. The more moral decision day hit to strike with your car. If there was no other option how they believe these cars should be program. So for example, most people said that they would prefer this very there's some obvious ones like a stroller versus a cat. Well, obviously you swerve to hit that cat instead of hitting stroller. But then they didn't say though, and here's the twist there's a cat in the stroller. Hi, scientists position. I have I have a neighbor that every I know crazy small dog people a lot of them have strollers. But I have a neighbor who every day twice a day walks by my house, pushing the stroller with her dogs in it as like walking the dogs, and it's not like an occasional thing. I took them to the market. So I brought the stroller. She walks the dogs around the neighborhood in the stroller every day twice a day. And I'm like. Make sense to me that the dog's got the greatest life ever. He just chills out doesn't even have to walk around the neighborhood. And just fed. Just feels obligated to get them the fresh air. Why not get them the exercise? I don't understand it doesn't it? They're they're in good shape. Actually, we should all be taking this show. America's a stroller was the app salute peak of the top of the list. Nobody there's no circumstance under which people would suggest swerving four the stroller instead of away from it. So you're saying we should all full the the impending apocalypse of self driving vehicles by taking strollers with us at all times adult strollers would be away if you can motorized that puppy. You're good. You're good to go. You're done. Yeah. That's it inner lane back. I mean, you're essentially suggested we become like the people in Wally. But it's a good decision. It's a smart that wasn't a moral Taylor anything or for shadow. A whimsical movie for children with no underlying lessons about waste consumption and future of humanity. It was just a funny. Yeah. A little further down the list. They respondents slightly preferred hitting a female doctor over a male doctor. The wasn't much notable. Statistically significant. And and both genders of doctors were preferred they prefer to hit over a female athlete. So somebody that a lot to deal. At about to give out there on the on the football field or something, and then female athlete would be less likely to get hit a female executives like female a business person. At the bottom of list comes to male athlete who would be the most likely to get hit out of all of them. Also, a little surprised that they brought weight into this a pretty far down. The list would be large woman is the way this is put. Who is it'd be more likely to be hit? They prefer to be hit over a male executive or a male athlete and all of that goes above a homeless person who was beat out only by a dog a cat in a criminal. Oh my gosh. So like, this is actually going to be used to inform. This is not official programming. This is just how people across two hundred thirty different countries what they felt like the moral programming should be or how they would program. The crazy thing is these are decisions that people who program the official intelligence in fully autonomous driving cars that they have to program it to make one of them. You know, I mean. Yeah. I mean, very real thing that is going to become a part of our futures. Assuming self driving cars continue to they take off the way that they add there the past couple of years. Tesla just restarted their their road testing for their self driving car that had been on the on ice for a year after the fatal accident a year ago, which was not the fault of the cars, but they still went back and like improve the safety improve the algorithms and all that stuff and just just a few days ago. They started doing the road tests again. So yeah, I mean, this is definitely not this is not like a caravan of aliens coming towards us. This is like next year this'll be hitting the streets. This is already becoming an issue at this going to have to work already are obviously working through the bottom of the list. These are these were the if you had to hit somebody's the most these are the most likely people to be out of all the different demographics out. Bottom three at the top of the bottom three a dog. So a dog that is not exactly the food. Jenner thing dog is above a criminal that people would prefer to hit a criminal over a dog and cat is the lowest one cat to the bottom jaw. Here's my question. Their programming in for the car to distinguish executive athlete by clothing choices and a homeless person Clinton shows, what's the clothing toys that identifies the criminal is they're all just up like the hamburglar. White collar criminals are going to get away with everything and never got hit by a car and it white collar criminal and a stroller. He's home free. But if I will say this if you are wearing a mask just over your is one of those little beanies, right? Anna striped suit with a loot bag over your shoulder. You're gonna watch out there's gonna be aiming for you. Decoy the cat about five feet away from you chases the cat. You're you're Scott free. Yeah. You don't have to faster than self driving car. You the cat. Yeah. I do. I think that probably you're talking about getting into a a. Data collection from social media feeds that I think different private self driving car manufacturers could potentially get into to know more about us than we want to. That's broadly moving that direction. It's not too hard for me to see how that could jump in and teasing that for the programming for these saying that your GM vehicle would not only identify that. There's a person in the way, but you're saying some sort of database it would be able to identify the person because the face faker face the nation, or who they are what they do if they have a criminal record and whether or not to target them. That's a lot of computations would second. But yeah. But if you hear you on moss talk about the computations that it takes for all four tires to operate differently while driving quickly through the ice or snow. It's like these machines are making decisions at an incomprehensible pace incomprehensible. No, it's incomprehensible even less comprehensible. It's like mega comprehend. Weekly. It's specifically pertains to technology created by Ilan mosque. I'm sorry to drop that. Elon Musk technology. I double down. I never apologize. Double. Double. So humans will have ethicists. We'll have to tell the machines what life to value, and then the machines and some instances will have to use that feed of information to kind of make its own evaluations and stuff. And so now robots are going to be Tuesday. What life deserves to live? And that is that's crazy. That's determinator limit. This survey doesn't get into. It will also be a question is the intersection of some of these what about an old male doctor, you know, somebody who's but some of these doctors are around into their seventies. Or even doc is he old enough to need a wheelchair which might be perceived to be a stroller. I'll yeah. Is wheelchair on their wheelchair is not on here. All right. What do you have any? Well, I bring better days they either to Yahoo. Either UT. Brought okay. So this is or caravan of alien invaders. Yeah. And also your car going baiters this Burnett robotic in recognize restaurants. Yeah. Okay. And luckily for you, I've got a better story than either of this. There is a Donut store in seal Beach, California owned by John Chan and his life Stella they've owned it for thirty years. And it's like one of those like Staples in the neighborhood that everybody knows in lives if this story yet. I can't wait tables in my neighborhood. Why does yours is yours home to cute little Donut shop operated by hyphen wife? Right back by the ink jet refills. Yeah. You know that I have done it to my kryptonite. Like don't know that this story. Absolutely, my guilty pleasure. Okay. So John and Stella on the shop thirty years, they have been working there and making people and about a month ago, Stella suffered a brain aneurysm. And and everybody in the neighborhood kinda hurt about it, and John and his sister-in-law were still coming in and making doughnuts everyday. 'cause I saw it the pay the bills and keep the shop open and everybody in the neighborhood. Like all these people who have been buying donuts for years heard the story, and they have started buying all the donuts by seven thirty in the morning. So that he can close the shop and go be with his wife at the nursing home where she has now because we're brain aneurysm says starting at four thirty every morning, he puts out the same amount of donuts. He's always done and the whole neighborhood is just rallied and every morning. They are selling out by seven thirty with the purpose of weed are doing this. So that you can close the shop and Gobi was. Villa and that awesome. Very sweet story. And also makes me wish that more activism like acts of kindness involved eating anymore. Just like designing none of Dona beheading. Good call because you bring them home and your families like brought another three dozen donuts hug. How about your neighbors? Just. Eating down on. I'm gonna go. Start buying all the donuts from all the Donut shops in town on NAFTA that they bring him to. AM to. You never know that. Preemptive act of kindness all not all of better safe than sorry. They're like. Slide behind you. Everybody wants donuts. Gimme that. Now, I'm helping I'm here to help you now. Now, we have to rush to make a whole new batch. You're making our day a lot harder. Didn't I don't care. I'm doing it. Because I'm kind of help give me the extra wants to. Well, I'm going to sit here down. I'm here and I'm doing a good deed. Now, get out. What is your Donut of choice is so kryptonite for you do I mean, it's very close. But I do like five daughters down Renick's, ugly monks. But there's a new about that opened up just down the street on gallatin here that was an I checked out over the weekend in it's not bad. They're they're clipping at five dollars. Heels. I Tyler I'll take you on a tour of donuts next. I'm down here. We have a place called Orlando. Right doughnuts. And then also a voodoo voodoo donuts opened here really will say I will say you get you get hexed. You do get heck's. Magic to create the donuts. They never run out an deed much harder to do. But I'm persistant. I'll say this out my favorite Donna flavor. Guys haven't had. It's unbelievable. It's grape vape. Juice flavor. All. Gas stations behind the. All right. Stay tuned up next the lone bellow, join us. Listening to Dennis Lloyd song is never mind. All right at the beginning of the podcast. You heard Mike Posner this song about you? Well on their current trio tour the lone bellow performed stripped down versions of some of their best new songs and even few covers intimate performance. Also captured on their new EP the restless using one Mike sound the EP finds the lone bellow cutting right to the core of their music and raw soulful arrangements. Recently talked with the lone bellow about the in the power of unplugging. Here's part of our conversation with the lone bellow. But do you think? We were talking about you guys live today on relevant podcast, and it's a really special time. But what do you think it is about that about losing the backing very good backing band where we're not like dragging them, obviously about losing the backing band. How why does that just feel more intimate? I guess is the word what happens. I mean I Don equate for one there's nowhere to hide. You don't ever rhythm section that here working with? So you can be pretty open to like really really like. Down or stop it completely. I. What might be having? Yep. That I mean, obviously, they love the piece band. Sure. Maker. Out all sorts on it. I think we want spike. Astonishing different really the ramp that you're of. Another one of the. Like this back-and-forth poll. What? Sick. In terms of when you think about what's going to happen next with your band mentioned that you're doing a lot of songwriting what direction. Do you looking to go from here? It's been happening writing ban. Thank we me. Especially. Pretty like a more focused. Songwriter. Kind of came from personal journeys rice and. Thanks. Definitely out of place right now or just. More interested and. On outside of me. A lot of stories that these songs are are forming around it's going to be more. Our? Ever. Do you because you've written about some some really personal things in your life? Do you think now's you've tried to turn your attention to a little more? Some outward things things observing on your neighborhood just in the country in general right now, which is harder is it harder to be vulnerable about your own personal experiences. Things that you're thinking experiencing or is it harder to to try to down. What everybody is saying into something that is that is fresh. I'm actually still it's still coming from like a pretty vulnerable personal place is the songs aren't they're not like a summary of what we're saying. It's more along the lines. Like, thanks. Personally, experienced either like emotionally year physically. It's just it's this where lives are out right now. I think the owner ability is probably the most important thing in music in general. So it's really important to me to try. Should put myself in that place. But it that's like a show or whatever. That's right thing song or recording record. So I think it's just like a maybe a different color of owner ability this time around like say in the past about like, my marriage, or my fears and being allowed and this time about like the boys down the street that wander around on their bikes all day, and they show up at my house and have dinner with us, and they are staring reality. But I never had to stare out when I was eleven years old. Life. So it's just it's things like that. At like vulnerability is still he it's still the motivation. But it's like I want to try to tell some other people's stories that I feel are important right now. Try to tell. Gotcha. China. That was the lone bellow check out their new EP the restless now. All right, say tuned up next Janney. Listen to James Arthur, his empty space. All right. Well, as you guys know for the last few months, we've been doing this in our Tuesday show. You guys have been sending us your life. Conundrums your big questions, and you've been asking Jesse for advice on what to do using hashtag asked Jesse on Twitter. You guys have been hit us up at realm podcast. We've been keeping around the feed the way this works is Jesse hasn't seen these questions. We are we are curing them behind the scenes, and we were toss them to him live and get his off the cuff best advice any wants to join the fun. And so. This is now for one week. We will see how it goes asked janey. We had we had to make it Janney because the alternative was asking C, and we. I would more. Say it. I'm just saying. Sure. Or anti? It's the same. All right, so okay. Emily baiter asked Jesse I'm graduating college in December. And I'm trying to figure out what I should do next before. I start grad school in the fall. I have eight months to fill. What should I do eight months? Yeah. Any I wanna hear what you would probably say go on some grand venture. I wanna hear what what what years eight months is a long time. So I would say either see some if depending on what kind of money you have job. I don't know. Yeah. That's what I thought. It was like get a job. Like make some money for eight months. So that you can go to grad school going to little vacation. Yeah, I'd say get a job on a little vacation at some point. Eight months is the perfect amount of time to a a symbol of crew to weed out members of the KU. We're going to hold you back three decipher a plan for the world's greatest ice. And for execute set. Highs and funder grad school, eight months get too easy peasy Anne to decisions friend to decisions. Emily, I think you know, what to do. And that's the heist Terri Lyne asked Jesse. What's the best way to gain more confidence at work and cement my dominance in the office? Terry with an eye is a girl, by the way. No, it doesn't matter gender for this one. It is a unique thing that seems like a very nice person, very kind person. And she she wasn't game with confidence at work. But now she was a mentor dominance in the sounds like she's on the on the verge of being dominant. But it's kinda like waffling, you know. You know, just be nice to people. That's the opposite. She's going the opposite of that. Because. People are dominant. People people who shout at least have a shouting out versed at least twice a day. That's the people that's the person. No one wants to cross role. So for sleaze and get get prepared to hurt some feelings, but mainly just shouting having shining here with based on her wording, you were going to in my head. I knew you're going to answer somehow using real cement. I'm not for sure. Your brain was going to churn out. I mean, if she feels like it needs to go there. I think you know, she can cement door cement close the door to the office of her closest rival to send a message. But I just I think the shout here. Here's the thing. Terry, Tori, Terry, Terry. You're shouting doesn't even have to be directed at anyone. You can't be the one who's cross in this office to be right in the middle of day. Go never happen again. And then nothing happened. Right. You don't have to be referring to you. And they don't know that they just know don't cross Terry. She will shout just random shouting outbursts at different times in the day. And just say I guarantee this is the last time that will ever happen. No one's Terry. Everybody. All right. All right. Ben Martin ass, my wife, and I live in an upstairs apartment, and my downstairs neighbor constantly thinks we're making too much noise and voices his opinion by banging on his ceiling Wimmer just doing things like walking around. What do I do ask just? Let's hear what you'll see what your advice because here's what's going. Flowers, or chocolates or? Coming up with answers. I'm coming up with what I think your answer is going on here years. True answer because I live in that situation where I live above someone else. And I think about my walking I would say it probably is worth a real conversation. That sounds very simple. But I would think having an actual conversation and seeing what their schedule is. Why is this going wrong? What can we do to help? Go downstairs knock on the door conversation size. Only say, that's that's several advice because this is not a conversation Susumi settled by words, this is there's only one winner. And I'm sorry upstairs. Couple. What's the guy's name bin Martin? Then martin. You know, in one way, you lose. Because listen if they're banging that means they can hear every step, and that's not fair on them, then bright. So in a way, you lose you win because then you and your wife are going to live all of your life inside with indoor roller plates. You are scooting around silently. The whole time Jesse. They're not invisible they sound like wheels. All the time. It's not a perfect solution. But it's better than someone dancing around mid Boeing sound like disco tech upstairs. Your softly and silently time of your life rollerblading around your own home. It's the only way to resolve this is where rollerblades inside the home. I'm surpri- get that one. Yeah. But that's okay. Going down having conversations going to get ugly. That's just gonna go to WalMart. It's blades, get some blades blade store. All right. Jesse Enrica de as is asking financial advice. He says a loved one just gave me fifteen hundred dollars to invest. But should I what else should I spend it on? Anne, you are first and then I will proceed. A business idea. Really an opportunity of a lifetime. Anne, Ugo and Rica dollars are making the checkout. You just put it in saving. So that you have an emergency fund, actually, generally, if someone handed me fifteen hundred dollars today, I would save a thousand and I would go do something fun with five hundred. That's what I would do guy. Well, I'll tell you what kind of return that's going to get about three percent. And that's nothing on fifteen hundred. That's terrible advice. This is this is play money. You're playing with house money right now in Rico's given to you. It was this is this is the great advice before I went to Vegas. I'm actually listening here. Jessica Yu, this is money that like I said, it's funny. It's already lost. So why not with me? I am going to. I am going to help us get in on the ground floor of a hot new industry, and we're gonna ensconce ourselves a community so much that if if one of us, you know, get make it work. They're going to buy all of our products for them. We're selling our charm are need to the community and serving it's vape vaping Donut. Shop you come doughnut cafe all the donuts. Here's the twist anti all the donuts are the flavors of APRIL's. All the clothes are doughnut flav. So. Game in town fifteen hundred. That's how gonna eat as much, but it's a start. I'll I'll figure out all the nitty gritty you. We need a symbol guys. So that's easy and Rica find me paying a badger Hannah. Badger tweeted says in one month Jesse my car has broken down three times gotten hit full force by a rogue deer and every morning. I spill coffee on myself. I'm not superstitious, but I'm a little stitches, I feel like. Bad luck. What can I do to get myself out of this attack, quote, unquote? It sounds to me like someone that the program the AI on that vehicle. Near life. Your life is. She's got a she's in a bad turn with this vehicle. I, you know, I think it's obviously the cars haunted and. Coffee in the morning. No, no, the coffee the car. The problem is that that car is clearly clearly haunted. And the only thing you can do is put it up for sale for the price of fifteen hundred dollars. Bye. Reducing U2. in you to be on ground for revolutionary business. It's important. You don't tell the person on the car it's hot because they don't want to know that I would say summation put it on Craigslist. It's just known that about seventy percent of items sold on EBay or sold on Craigslist or probably Hawford. So your conscience can be clear, they know. Just become a Donut truck. No, no, I'm using her money. I'm using the cash. There's. Down. I got you. You just got a bigger lease. Yep. Okay. I got it. Okay. Lastly, there's a lot of questions but last one for this week David guerrilla says I just enlisted in the navy Jesse. And I need help shedding a few extra pounds. What do you think? I should do I dated. Thank you for your service. That's a very serve yet. His and Serbia enlisted. Enabled veteran. I appreciate it service. An he wants a slim down, you know, the weird thing is I would suggest I know a couple who could use a little extra income because I'm asking them to investing hundred dollars within house this couple of gonna get this fifteen hundred dollars. Yeah, they need a roommate. And it turns out in this apartment, you rollerblade every where you go. Calorie burning solution. Bryant or something call up Ryan they're gonna they're gonna wanna get into move in as a roommate use his his rent to bind my biz and having rollerblading around. He's ready. He's ready for naval service. No time because he's not walking. He's blading. And it's a it's a calorie burning machine, and he and we have another partner for business built. No, I'm not I have nothing but agreement with you on this one he should. I'm in with two strangers in a different city that y you want them to rollerblade around the house constantly. I think that's very sound. We're on the same page today on the same page today. 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No Serpents Allowed

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Raptor doing what I can't gonna eat everything to the appearance of man. Yoyo. You see me. I'm living, but a little bit. A little bit. I'll be back, but I'm coming as oil. What. What. Yeah. Oh, I'm sorry. Am I being a little graphic? I'm sorry. Well, I hope you're up for a little competition. She's got a power tool in the bedroom. Dear is their own personal Jack ever? I don't think I've ever seen absolutely has in this. Over and over again? No, I have not. You definitely have. One worm, but if there's love do those are the ties the bond, and you'll have a family in your heart forever. All my love to you puppet. You're going to be. All right, bye bye. You're going to be so pissed. I haven't seen you definitely have. It was a run by fronting fucking. I don't remember any of those lines are not serious. The first one sounds familiar the oil part, but I don't remember any of that other shoe. Any of that other shoe you're going to be so mad because you've definitely seen this. No. I mean, now I know that it's MRs doubt. Okay. I don't remember. I remember the rat part. I don't remember was that other one. The other one I did about the the jackhammer that was when they were all at dinner and he was trying to piss off our new boys. And so he was talking about how she got this vibrate and I recognize the name you call her, but. And yeah, the other one was a letter that he got from one of the little kids who watch his show. She was talking about how her parents will get into worst. Child? Well, I am earn defeated. This is trash at sign. I'm okay. Is winning your game? No, that's not in the car. I gave you easy. I mean, I feel like you would try to slip me. Oh. Slipped me. Oh, I was, but I had prepared more growth. I didn't need them because I had seen the movie, so that's fine. If somebody had done the dinosaur rap to me, I would have gotten MRs Doubtfire immediately. 'cause I've used to love this. Everybody can fuck off. Enact to be mad. I love it. I am very Jayme. Why was I. You know, I'll be quite quite started. Falling oil is the groom's. Was a hectic life. Olympias baby. She just kinda tosses her all over the. A little girl. I'm like, I'm just stay. She's such a mood. She's so cute. She's such a Mazars hurdle, tiny feet right anyway, not having kids. I'm living vicariously. They're all of y'all have and shoes to share. Thank you so much because I wouldn't. So your kids are beautiful this week and black Exelon. It's actually really excited about this one because I stand okay, STAN newsstand, but I stand on the left. This is a twenty six year old young man by the name of silence at a cone lane. He's from Legos Nigeria. Moved to the UK in his preteens believe he's the founder and CEO of reach robotics which has made him the highest paid robotics engineer on the earth. What the highest paid robotics engineer on the air in the world, what the whole planet. Twenty six. Back when I, first of all, let's just. Is in Nigeria. Now, let's just get to the. It's there. I feel like it's probably somewhere in the Gulf because you know, like in the film, I five through fucking mountain and shit like that. I don't think it's on the land. Okay. Somewhere probably meant like an invisible bubble right somewhere off of the coast. Okay. And it just only makes sense at this point. You know what I'm saying? I don't really know why it's still why know why store secret. But I also know that it's there on it only makes sense that all of these negatives like you started your your, your education and engineering at, but eleven and your father was a bio chemistry teacher and Nigeria be cranking out these motherfuckers at eight years old that are building like invisible spaceships, and and and robot horses. Well, I just lifted up and we're Conde is not in Nigeria. It is in east Africa, although its exact location has varied throughout history. Sometimes north of Tim's Ania that's marvel wants you think. Okay. Yeah. All right. Regardless this young man. Right at age twenty six. So he started this company right? Reached robotics and they have this device. It's called a MEK. Amman e. k. a. m. o. n. I'm going to start by saying that I'm getting one, but oh, here it is it mixes like robotics with gaming and augmented reality technology. So the a our stuff is like it's becoming really popular. Apple is like highlighting it in men. New devices is thing, but it's been around for a while and it's basically the, you know, software and games or whatever in like a lot of mobile devices like had or whatever, where you can sort of see a computerized image or images through the camera on your phone, think polka mongo. Okay. I get like catcher came on out on the real street. Yep, that's sort of thing like that's a are. So like this robot, I've seen clips of it. It's basically like taking a robot that's real and then putting it in that sort of like a video game experience like the robot Israel. It looks like a little spider like a Spiderman robot, Tony stark thing, and it crawls around and then you can like play the game in like seal stuff in shoot, and you can customize it. It's fucking arse on apple is already bowed down the girls. We're selling it for three hundred according to guardian. I'm reading Christina. Santi ro. This ebbing says he's security. Oh, with London, venture partners for ten million in two thousand seventeen company partnered with apple for exclusive sales. If the Makomo on that's three hundred dollars, the mighty behind these deals makes him the highest paid robotics engineer earning seven point, five million selling disc, five hundred of the robots. Right. What mill. Oh, monk steer is already ten million dollars in additional funding. So I am. I wish I knew what he may look you in explained it and I still don't really get it. But well, these robots are so fanciful and so unique off game like a robot wild. You came up with a while. Equipment, but for a while to the robot. Okay. Ever seen you remember when we were kids, I don't know, maybe retain ager you ever like in Christmas on the little robot dogs that Mariah Carey and Janet never had an video in flip and they would like flip in down, get your whatever. So imagine that today. So this is a spider probably about the size of this laptop and like crawls around and does all of these weird fund positions and stuff, and you can basically play a game on your device using the spider and then the images that pop up on your device. Okay. Yeah. No says a lot of fun. Imagine that you're playing Pokemon go, okay. But instead of a fake Pokemon being there, there's like a real robot that comes with the game that plays with the Pokemon. So there's a robot interacting with the game? Yes. So it does play breath of the while which you. So it interacts with like the horses in the end, the goblins and in the game, really. Oh, wow. That's fucking crazy. Three hundred dollars. Don't even sound expensive. It sounds like for that kind of technology, this is what if I were to walk into that store in see this regardless of who made it or who sold in inside was three hundred dollars. That'd be my best about right. So it's not like your baby for Christmas. Got them a are sunglasses, right? Don't you the has it. You got something well, that is a damn shame. I don't know. I have the VR hits. All okay, that's different. Because in that case it's building an entire reality that is not right is using your world and putting fake shit. Yes, yes. There you go. There you go. So you're there because I'm poking mongo. You can turn the era that you can. Should it slows the damn down and I just it's harder buggy, but it's nice to take like screen this good for taking pictures. Yeah, that's really what the AARP have. Lots. Next. That's sort of shift, so that stuff is fine. Robot is fucking awesome. And if you niggers engineered them. You make as much as migrating well, Nigerian excellence. Congratulations are. So I don't know if he's single or not young. Somebody better find ladies, get him. And when I saw this video his like, I guess this is their headquarters for wrote the robotics company. All the might people at their desk. His forty employee's. Okay. Young black man. I know his mama is just CK set up. His mom is probably like, yes, this is this is it? Forty is all. Nigerian accent. Like let me tell you something about Caribbean and African parents who was like, oh yes, this is what I thought it was supposed to be seven point five. So it couldn't be seven points to correct. Tell me I'm wrong. Tell me wrong. Oh, man, fax, so congratulations. Fucking awesome. And I will be by one of these days, I would care if it's for eight. You're ready to be played with breath of the wild. I got it. All right, because of the wild is like you are basically, it's kind of like your by for games at this point. Just think of games they all sort of exist in. Yes, a large naturally occurring community of flora and fauna. That's exactly what it is. It's all I do. I'm up to almost fifty percent. Now once you get the core accidents gets a lot easier to find those a beat Gannon again, just to see if the game was finally going, give me something I didn't. I was. I'm still mad that like they don't even take away the defeat. Gannon thing on your little thing. It's so annoying. But anyway. Well, moving right along. To a section called hot tops, and, oh, the places you'll bottom. I stop. Yup. Saad moss Shahri. Chowdhary mice. Now. Shed? Is it bad? Ain't it is bowel actually, so it is backed. It's. Just tell now ship in it. So Bala recently posted this message, this Iowa PSA if you will. On why drugs are bad and harmful for you. He posted a an infamous clip from the face off era when he and Omar Jaen Omari Amari a what is his last name Jenkins joins? I'm Ari. Pinkett Mari. I really don't. Amari Williams, is it? I don't know. I feel like it's like a regular misspelled Omari Omar. Omari RN berry oud familiar name. Members mega hit a homeless money in the sixties haven't street named do Amari Ishmail Graham berry. You know, what am I gonna live off. And. Grandma drought. The Bill o. l. have it anyway posted the, you remember that video where he was screaming about how needed to respect on him and Marianas name and that they were the hottest thing. Also the scream tour whatever else he was hollering. If you remember when they were doing a show, I think I'm BT together. There were doing like a reality show. This was some years. This is two thousand and seven. Wow. Generation. Yeah, vaguely kinda remember. I mean. Impart, no, before it was grown by man. This is why he was so sort of. Okay, got it. He said he was what nineteen at the time eighteen. I'll eleven buccaneers ago, Mont gut. So anyway, he posted his whole thing on Instagram on in read the whole thing, but it starts with kids. This is why drugs are not cool. So there you go, you understand this is kind of it, but he admitted that he was very high on lean. He was drinking lean every single day that was live and smoking. We just all the live long day and he talks about moments of his life that we're fucked up behind it. Having to the hospital kind did all this stuff in all in all, especially thinking of all the recent rance that have come from bio hours pages. This was like this was very much like, okay, cool. You know, like you talk about some dark. She in your your life, and I'm saying, all of these kids are just fallen out. Over drugs that they have no business even thinking about. So I was like, all right, cool. Bow. Wow. Using your page for a message that has actually has truth to it and appoint and can do some good cool. So fast forward to pass week. Jemaine debris who is currently promoting the latest nigga reunion tour the south of death. Reunion tour that's coming up race coming up soon with himself escape who was in their breakfast, clever room with him promoting the tour without Gandhi. No, can't he was there? Okay. It's still funny because it's still clear that they're all doing it because the money is. Fine. Whatever, because it's off, they're still obvious like tensions within the group and then also with j. d. because they haven't, it'd be just based off the lodge out on me always have tension. Bitch, we don't always there just moments where from 'cause I don't even watch the whole interview, but I did watch like a pretty lengthy clip and after they talk about the this balloting I'm going to go to Charlemagne heirs who is opening the tour who was closing in and it just became this weird thing where j. d. was saying, I sort of answering the question, but it was sort of unclear. And can you had a moment where she was like, I'm going to answer it because you're not really explaining right and. See here we go like it was his whole thing where it was like there were like cooling themselves. You know what I'm saying? Like, check it. It was. It wasn't hostile with. It was obvious, you know, there's a bad right at the end at the other side, they will not let you get and no one's Frieden. They don't give a fuck about not like in getting nerves, whatever they're getting the paper. So I'm assuming the jagged edge will be there. I feel like the Brad probably still paying for these new face. So there's probably. Bala. Our I'm guessing was also part of the tour. I nobody on so so def busy these days, right? Think of anybody, no escape way because I actually have things to do these days. Yeah, but they don't. I feel like everybody has room and they schedule no one should have like a huge reason San. Okay. Well, I mean, it should just be a fun show, especially if you are from the Atlanta area. So, yeah, very, they brought a bow out on this very same interview and his rocky and lengthy relationship JD. 'cause they've also gotten on each other's nerves throughout the years. But seemed to preserve this. Image of Germain being like a fatherly big brother or. Yeah, yeah. Daddy sort of approach to that. Like I ain't talking again ages. I'm paraphrasing. He did say that he does not follow bow on social media. He ain't got time for the antics. Basically, he talked about how stole Julia offers to her best when he was twelve. Not only took the jury, but like I guess, would wait for him to get off his bus and then bowel. I will get off his bus and sneak on Germain steal jewelry and the happen to his best again in hot like speed off what he said. He would have to wait hours was named bring a jewelry back. I don't know. But I mean, you're twelve. What is the twelve year old, which I thought it was like a joke, but he really took it, oh, Lord. Impress them girls like you. Wow. Fowler at twelve had been a star for a while. So had to have been able to pull host just off the strings. None of ours antics ever been surprising to me simply because you're young, you black. You've had money like since you were a very young child. And that's the story with a lot of kids who don't really have boundaries, and they get money and can take care of their family and you after you around a whole bunch of rap Nichols who don't probably give fuck that your ten based on smoking weed. Right. Supposed to do. He probably saw a lot of shitty one had no business, right? So. Jaydee sorta just approached that situation like he don't seemed like really wants out and he's sort of tired of them whatever when they brought up the discussion or the post from bow about his past with drugs and stuff like that, he was struggling with all of that. JD was like, oh, he did like, oh, I told you, I don't follow him. I didn't know nothing about that. And that's sort of how he reacted. Right. So then vow goes on following Twitter mission says, why can't they get my name out? They mouth. I don't know why they can start with me like, I don't have the drop on these Nichols lives, bro. You better calm down before I tell the world about your wife. I don't know. That's supposed to sound very, not nice. Two types of people out never met in my life, a motherfucker like me or a motherfucker I need. I mean, that sounds like something a forty something year old. Any puts on her Facebook. You've never met slump a thick of. Girl. So van, he unearths this clip heaping Bauer of Jemaine claiming MRs after via the breakfast club interview where Jemaine essay the abou- was addicted to lane. And you know, I get why he is talking about it now, and there's all these other kids who are on lean today and blah, blah, blah, blah. So bow out, reacts to that. In the following way, positive. Not so much. But he basically says we're is it. I'm already tired. It's really exhausting. But he basically says like which one is it? He says is going back and forth, and he put like, let me not talk about what you make. He was on drugs or you didn't. So, but the thing is like you're accused you're saying the Germain said, gee, relying are accused of lying about being addicted to these drugs or whatever. But he never said that. Like what he said was, surely I did not know that he tweeted about this or posted this on his follow that he posted about it. So right. He never accused him of lying. He just said, I don't know. I didn't know that because I'm follow them. They're good. So when he came back after it's didn't sound like he was flip-flopping sound like it was finally talking about what you were dressing catching rather than going back and forth. Anyway, it seems like ballot may have quit the tour. He tweets, I won't be. There has sack SS d twenty five. Oh, it's the twenty. Fifth anniversary mentioned that. I mean he also posted the following on his story saying, if you siding with the ops over your own nigga, what that make you? Fuck everybody, a demon emoji. And then he posted a photo from I'm assuming Google images of an actual deem in or saying, either way I had to block that for me and said quick brands because it looks like it is not God and then said, fuck love shot it out. Snoop Dogg for being the only nigga who's kept it a hundred saying that he'll take a bullet forum and then reposting snoop Dogg reposting like you don't have to do that. You know what I'm saying? Post, we saw him reposted. So. So why would you didn't. People are just like funhouse mirror incident because you just can't like you posted Louis the same thing twice. So I'm assuming that he broke up with his girlfriend because she too said to him. But then again, never said she was lying about what shut up, get out of our. It's like, I'm assuming that's how it went. I feel I've, I've felt for a while. Then he has issues around, you know, not being a star anymore and falling out of the limelight, the way that he has not really popping off in entertainment and maybe struggling with some, you know, depression or anger issues or whatever else. But I just cannot be bothered to give a shit about anything this meant like, sir, I truly do not care. I know that he goes on Google images to find his his Instagram inspiration. And that's all I need to know about that. Well. Sending you live young man, you know and positive. It's he, I don't really know what else. You know. We talked about this. I think I put him on sick and shut in less because as a he, it is shocking to me these outbursts or anything just because look at your life. Not that it's a bad one, but like look like the journey that you've been on being a star since you were a very young kid, then yes. Now you're not as big star is used to be a nickel talking about you can't rap. Never could all of these other things. And yeah, like I get being depressed and dealing with it in whatever people won't let you go be a regular person. You can't even do like Geoffrey Owens and go get a job at trader. Jealous. 'cause Nichols will recognize you and take a pitcher or you can't drive for Uber lift its Necas. We'll screen shot that you don't want Dr Knight car posted online, like I feel for him, I really do, but I think somebody close. To him is gonna have to start checking in, you know, making sure that Nick is all right. Maybe this drug talk thing is like a craft or help. I know people have been talking about it since MAC Miller die, but oh my God, I got that right, right at is at wrong name. Price cut. So yeah, helpfully, somebody close to him can check in and make sure that all right Geoffrey Owens by the way for donate mentally, five thousand dollars till the actors fund. That was a good cackle. I had a good laugh. He was like, ninety twenty five. Thank you so much. But I saw a comment like on one of the insta- blogs that was like, how are you donate? Twenty five thousand dollars when you broke and it was like, this is the flexible. I is now who said the man was bro right? Had a job. He was working right much more than plenty you hoes are doing at the moment. So like what out a lot about getting a part time job. But if you see me at Starbucks domain Umbro, which just means I have a job. Get. Speaking of lean future is in the middle of barbed bardy scandal. So Jason Lee of the Hollywood on locked blogs, that name, I start rolling my tired already that homosexual from Levin hip hop, formerly. I don't think he's on the show. Okay. No, he got on are so bad. I know people use it as like a stepping stone, the fame, but the problem is that moaning will have you looking and act like a whole s. And so I don't. He may be very charming in real life, but he got on my nerves on this show. Well, he had a discussion on his radio show slash websites, Hollywood unlocked and said, events, you know, Cardi b. spoken numerous times about all of the eagles. Okay, that Nikki Manashe has costed her very life where. Including manipulating people behind the scenes to not work with her. So features been accused of jumping off of Cardi b. song drip, which is one of the fees on that album. That doesn't really move me a hate it as much as I hate that fucking three or phones. But it's. If not, that young lady. Be careful can stay down. What's this kalani would ring offer cannot stay. Kilani is part of my car, like our voice on this, like I would probably sit through that song if it was I came on his right, I agree with that. Yes. But overall, I do not care for mean either anyway. So star goes feature was on the sun, and you know, I just heard the features on the song and said, dig it, what you're not going to do is tour with me and work with that raggedy ass bitch. So pick one or the other young. Miss young young biz was this rumor down basic bid. All right. So someone deemed future and asked him about this, is it true that you were on drip and the negative old you not to do the collab- with Cardi and he responded in real life because this is verified unless this is chopped and screwed and yummy this for the internet. I don't know with youth eighteen year olds today, learn how to use Photoshop at four years old. I don't know when the mother fuck Gymboree started doing Photoshop class. Kids me making gifts in kindergarten, no. Now how to do these babes goes setup face on a day. It's true what they do know. Line. A babies get it. They do the baby. Literally RAB, you're rich. Toddlers children Israel. It's very strange. It is. So he responded a legislator this message and says to the question, No, my broke caches wanted me on the song because he produced it. And I said, no issue that is that there is a reference track already on the internet that it was leaked of the song drip with a feature verse on it. So this tells me one of two things either a you lion, which if the rumor is true acted, see, why are you live or. It's possible that you were on this on because this person produced it, and then they gave it Cardi b. and asked for you to stay on it. And you said no to your own decision and volition, you know, it couldn't be it just because there's a track with you on. It doesn't necessarily mean that it's like you jumped off because even if you did jump off because you don't wanna work with Cardi. It doesn't necessarily mean Nicki Minaj herself asked you to do right. Doesn't seem like there's a great chance. He kind of, except for Nikki threatening somebody to not be on, they toured on really sound like much of a threat. Like what is really going on. Especially since what she pushed it back the next year. Right. So now he can't even make half the dates any way. He's already not doing. So I just thought, right. So I just think Nikki has this reputation of and other people's, and so just naturally transferred over to this particular situation. But if I were future, I wouldn't. I would be like, okay, growing gets on not doing your tour. What I'm away rather do a song with Cardi then toured with Nikki Manashe. Thank you open for Nicki Moniz like nobody for anybody. Okay. It's it's headlining tour. Codeine give period. It's the, is it host? Is it Nicki Menaj store on the run to the pharmacy? Okay. So is it? Is it on the run too, which is a beyond, say in Jay z.. Right. They took promo together. They have a whole, the whole photo, shoot, winter standing next be because they would have rescheduled the tour together then. So, yeah, we'll see how Taylor can cook kick the headline. I don't know. I don't know. I'm just saying if I was future, I would've definitely taken the sun even though I don't really like I would've just done that because you know, that's something you get paid for, and then you know you get your pennies from streaming after that in for perpetuity, and and then you're done with it and it could be a big, smash, a nod or whatever you did it in his done. Whereas tour with me, nicer. Sounds like stress. Why? Not though future designs with everybody just like Nikki to songs with everybody, like I don't get it and the Verster whatever I heard from that reference track, they lead sounded decent. It sounded like, oh, this is a feature song. I did. It sound like, so why wouldn't he wanted then if Nikki wasn't pressuring him? That's a good question. I mean, I don't know. Maybe he wanted his uncle yourself, like I don't even give shoes blend made. The Beatty definitely would have gave future first shot at it. It depends on how much money guard is offering. That's also true if they were like, ooh, a quarter million, bro. I got tons. You know, saying, take care, you just for Cardi and then my nigga. You know, I got special should lie. No, we did harps on this. You know. You know, sit like this before your life nigga being there has been flaming Dan. They are girls here in the club, the club. Nigga we hear listen to other people's being. She'd liked to. Got away with you. History. Hey, anyway, all I could say to future is, you know, we don't know anybody that Klay shin for anything or any of your decisions in the feature. You know, you could just. Blame it on activists, just move on. What is. You don't have to answer. You don't need to involve the from the second that you saw message come for anybody saying, oh, is it true? Nikki Nikki and Cardi's Lanc the number you dialed does not respond. Girl, no more, right. I can't believe celebrities that famous even check their Instagram teams. I don't check mine. What the hell is so much shouldn't who was going throughout it. No, no, sir. I'll probably find it's the hassle. It's the groom. Now let me tell you something he probably finds asks on. It's the, you're onto something. There. Here we are just being completely naive, forgetting that these new absolute. What I forgot about. He definitely find girls on the internet. These big rappers be DM. Yeah, definitely do wouldn't think they would need to do you would think that they could pull everybody in person at the club or anywhere else, but that always see, you know, a girl on Instagram that they don't know yet and rather than sending somebody else to go on the mission and lead batgirls back. If she is interested, you DM the girl yourself and you wonder why you want. Right. See, that's the thing when when you do stuff online digitally, people take screen shots kids leak. They tell they friends and it's just not. I just don't understand regular ladies and gentlemen, don't even be approaching mother these days, like girl, my friends, they they wanna know like where I know you did not just come to me on the internet on behalf of your friend. You don't tell that ground s. and they're gonna grow up. No, absolutely not. But anyway, the Barbara's having a great time where they, they turn it into a whole. Hashtag, everybody's laughing and continuing to believe what they want to believe. So again, I would like to emphasize that regardless of the latest edition of Nikki and Cardi b. hate each other things are still moving on the same people that like Cardi b. like Cardi b. people that like Nikki Moniz like Nick humanize people that like both like both and the tides, it's still tired tomorrow. Y'all find a new reason to hate that bitch or the net, and we will continue to spend our money where we want to. Just like I can drag Cardi b. and did what last week, two weeks we we. We can be quite critical of people and still like them overall and enjoy the music and think that Cardi is killing fashion week. It's really strange people I think haven't heard of like opinions or how they like truly work. Right. MS sorta thing. I could come on here and drag somebody this weekend absolute. We say, wonderful things about them next week. If they did something I think is wonderful. Not build like that. I give a fucking exactly that, like I'm not trying to hate on you. I'm just giving my real opinion about what happened in my real opinion is that Cardi turn that shit out in Paris. Oh, my God did nothing but fabulous and Beckham it up is incredibly fucking good to hear what you love the oh sung. No, I love the biggest part to what's his name, paradise hard, partisan partisan. Shit. I love that buck and stuff as her rumored goes. Right. I'm really interested in knowing what it must feel like to Brad. They're here your words come out of her voice than yours slapped. I can't wait to hear wooden. He got bits. We all know us about you. Random on a bit Shamal Pistou her leg because she was pregnant at the time, but she had ran down on you already. So it's not like it's perfect sour the video and everything. It was just perfect, so, but if Nike comes out with something fire outside the same thing about her, Nikki, what are you putting the mesh away are hurting good. I will say something nice. Like that's all you know who she is this base anyway. It Donald domain with wet hair. What is what everybody has this wet hair. Oh, yeah. Yeah, yeah. Are there are like wedding their own hair or then like making a Wigger gaining a wig made it looks with right. I remember it'd be onsite where one a few times for drunk, drunken live performances. And even then it wasn't my favorite week. So I really don't dislike them. I'm just confused with like the fascination by him. I don't think there's a problem. It's nothing wrong. It just looks. It just looks undone. Kind of like everything else on you is ready to go except your hair. Your hair looks like you just got out the shower. But if here's the thing, I think I think if it looks like your hair and it's way, then it looks nice if obviously a way and its way, then it looks strange because it's like why your way. That's when you have to invest in them beyond save fifteen thousand dollar wigs, where somebody hand pluck each hair offer some Indian woman said and directly onto. I'm sure it's not lay some new material. We don't. We don't know what it's got home. I'm sure the. You just put on. Because beyond saying or they make it off the fucking coast of Nigeria hallway and we're all right. All right. I thought blue Ivy, not even the wigs, but the the whig technology, like whatever the that is true beyond say, wigs, come from will conduct. Designing them fucking, absolutely. Okay. That's what is this not licensed by brainiac. You didn't know if I burn. You could look Nanno by. Nanno bites seep into your heart. Like I'd be on that Jumbotron that extra extra zoomed in edges laid looking like a real natural hairline would hair that you know any hers trying to find. Like I know her real hair is low, but it a, you know, as long as she had on extra extra week, she brought to the south of God. I live up. You never looked so good, but that bitch, the rest of the y'all can't let nobody get that close to you just because they will keep the lines. They will see where you try to. Gorilla glue yo shit down nigga to don't think that we don't know. Oh, yeah. We've been hit today game. I have seen, did you? I had no idea that Nichols was getting like full front, get like whole new hairline, holy. The technology is out there and they get it in that the young nigga haircut, that's it yet. What is you know exactly what I'm talking about. One haircut that all young nigga said released. I lace. Koros Manmohan Yasha my brother. You are. Thirty seven. I'm not gonna wear another week until I can get it on beyond sites level. I'm dead ass. There's the standard has been said, God bless each and everyone y'all no judgment from over here. You know what I'm saying? I go to the barber shop once twice a week, not wants to sweet through one every week or two. However, you were at least every two weeks and I get this age hop right back down. Like I don't even know how y'all be having the patience to Bray Joe hair and then put something on top of it and then hair it. Just seems like so much worse cause them really them professionally installed. We can't just take them off when you go home, right? They like bonded to your fucking scouts. I mean, you have to like put a scarf on her bonnet or whatever sleep on that I wanted to be onsite wraps. How does. I mean, because that has to be a full brain him wig. And I know sections like every strand is individually placed. So maybe she just doesn't exactly like regular, maybe just feels like a scout. She probably has a Black Panther helmet. There you go. Very, she places on herself. Yes, that plays the kitty can't be when it goes on and interest. He don't want you anymore. Are decided that when I get married and if I get married, I'm walking down the aisle to the beach show or maybe just the reception. Okay. Will I don't think you mama? No, no, no. He will operate. Mom will be like, I. Gaff all of the seats I. Okay. Now you are fucking push. To this day day wedding, did it? Okay. I'm right up here on the front over that gay sit here, you are dressed in. I. He don't want anymore. The wrong is sound. Smoothing on. Gar cell boot? Both. Is it Bovay? I believe so because you only get his car fancy. Like I looked at a person horrifying who said the name was Wendy Williams. Now trucks are. So I don't know how you say it, but Garcia. I know that part she still gorgeous. So she did something strange. It was will Smith's birthday day or two ago. Yeah, that was an Instagram national holiday. Did you know everybody in the world was movement though, is the grand? Yes, and it's worth it is is really good. His Instagram is absolutely the best can't believe how much he puts into it, like the videos are actually produced. So wonderful here it is. It's he always has things to do like like like, okay, so you can see we'll Smith going scuba diving with his family. You can see we'll Smith doing the my feelings dance on top of bridge in London. I think some. He was not an American. You can see we'll Smith bungee jumping out of a helicopter. Now, even see, we'll Smith playing pranks on people, love known as kids giving us advice. It only ruining could understand looking real raggedy at home Chilin just. In they shitty bitch, I'm at the house close how you so relatable so wealthy at the time. That's what I'm saying. Like even in this biggest house, you just look like my any mongo make no just adopt me just right. Bring me into your home. I will take one of the rooms far away as literally never ever. I really do love him anyway. So too. Wish Will Smith a happy birthday oursel- posted on her Twitter birthday kiss for the birthday boy hashtag, Will Smith happy fiftieth. And this is a screen shot from the wild wild west film where they're in that hot tub together make an out. But Nick, I definitely did not watch that movie at head. Horrible reviews was protein. I liked it when it came out because I was a child and I thought we Will Smith was fucking awesome. And I thought, whoa Smith as a cowboy was fucking awesome robots as this is definitely not for me. I watched it as an adult, and I was like. Steam punk western action. Comedy was so great if you were like eleven. That sounds pretty stupid. Like toys burn. No fancy was in that movie for Seattle a cameo. I don't think she was in it for very Ma. Okay. But yeah, they have this hot hot tub scene where they're making out or whatever. And she chose that as the picture to add to will Smith's birthday wish. So even got a comment from someone on Twitter who said you better take this down for Jay to go on his Twitter rant, and she said, bring it. Well, after getting thoroughly Custovic out by the internet or. What did he said? Okay, guys, it was supposed to be funny post my bad. If I founded anyone. If you're on my followers, you know, I'm all about lifting up people and being positive being human. I made a mistake. I would beautiful blessed day. Mistake like, but mistake everybody knows who spent his married and and everybody knows they swing. So she might just be one of the ones fog Yano dragging this lady. She might be wishing her own consenting sex partner, a happy birthday, maybe him and Jada and fancy do it altogether. To FOX. Also, this weirdly enough with hers may have been even worse because it seems like she posted a photo of them together l. like a red carpet or something like a normal photo. Okay. And then also included a shot of them kissing, I guess, independence day. All right. Him to see ya getting mad at everybody for the wrong reasons. You really don't think so. You don't think it's like a fucking thing. Am I am I like out in left field right now. Mind, really? You never considered that? I figured they just hate Jada hate Jay. No, no, because something like that it would be if you hated her, you would probably be more likely than not say nothing at all his birthday because why would you wanna start some shit because you hate her, but. Especially women person was like, oh, j. don't bring it. I definitely. Well, I mean, I guess anything is possible, but if I hear something like that, like women posting kissy pictures with Will Smith, especially famous ones like that, like, you know, data's go, see. And I assume these people are cool with each other. I just assumed yellow, but, but he's but maybe not. Maybe that's just me assuming everybody in Hollywood is can in each other. Never mind for like you'd have Samed me no assumption. See that one coming. Yeah, I definitely. But let me know what you know, what count the number of people who are going to say girl. I thought the same thing. 'cause I know it's kinda, I know that you are certainly going to have people who are like, Yep, I'm one of the bitches degrees. Crystal, Hugh eternally pessimistic bitch. Why would it be something so awful? We'll see. It's not the first time that you pull out a figure, but I didn't see coming. But I mean, could be true jaded didn't respond to none of this. Right? 'cause she don't care. What made bungee jump into the Grand Canyon shit together with that naked x. ally, right? Acklin leg Jada. Pinkett does not give a fuck about this, but data is also from Baltimore. She works out. Yeah. Oh, she does her mama look. Good too. Did you see that picture with her? And so yes, they all look like they know taekwondo. Black belts just well, they do that whole co-parenting family mingling thing. Very, very well. It's beautiful. I love I like to see people do shit like that, especially may gross. Yes. Me to speaking to me grows. Y'all are mad at one in particular are were those Jesse Williams? So just Williams working on a film. About Emmett till and like his mother and her life after his lynching. Now I gotta go and see this movie that is going to move me. Make me cry. Make me. I'm like. Here now this what it is going be I've we've seen so many movies like I can probably you know what? Just for kicks. Just for kicks when I'm done. I'm gonna make a list of all of the movies. I can think of that. I've seen throughout my life whether it was in school growing up or just because I chose to watch it because my family or somebody maybe wanted to that have liked depicted black life, or there is a real story. Our story about our history that has upset me and made me cry. I'm just curious alone have how many I have seen, personally, not as many exist, but the amount that I have watched because I'm sure just now I can think of like tan. I mean, some of them are ones that we'd love dearly. Yeah, a lot of really love right and the color book. True, you know, and then there's cry whole, which happened now rosewood. Okay. You right? Rosewood is based on facts, although the color, purple. That story certainly happened to many many. Oh, yeah. No one thousand percent. Absolutely. But yeah, the. The rosewood pissed me off in like the first eight minutes off of learner. Don't think I've ever been buffet in. So. Now see now that they're doing this movie before I saw that announcement though our press release or whenever I saw these photos on jesse's Instagram. Like several pictures. Of Maimi tail and her son. The funeral pictures of her crying, things like that. And then superimposed above it is the same slow in that Nike recently used in their ad campaign for Colin Kaepernick, which says, believe in something even if it means sacrificing everything. And then at the bottom instead of saying, just do it with the Nike check, it says to coming soon. Now, here's the thing about this. This is one of those things that I saw in like I wasn't personally offended because I got it like, I understood what it meant. You know, knowing the story, but although I wasn't offended, I immediately it was like. Oh. Bad of business things that does not bother me, but I know it's going to bother plenty. And then it did. I mean, yeah, because that misnamed didn't. It wasn't like stand for something. Even if it means you like her son was murdered by white people because they were racists like plain and simple, and it was a horrible way that he died and it didn't have anything to do with standing up for what's right, or social Justice or anything like that. It was just black people in the nineteen forties and fifties. Living with racist whites in the deep south like it. It didn't have nothing to do with selling tennis shoes or inspiring other people, anything like that. It was somebody's real life real pain that you are. I'm gonna say mocking, but it can feel like mocking when you slap like a Nike tagline over it on our thing about like her, showing those pictures from. Some William is few neral and like choosing to be so open about it. And like to this day, like the those photographs give me nightmares. I can't even, you know, like she was very active and intentional and some of the things that she did for the bigger picture of like, what the fuck are y'all doing? Yes. She did insist them open cuffing at the funeral, but like, but that even the, it's just like the like taking to me. It was like taking this ad slogan for shoes and shit at the end of the day, like don't get me wrong. I'm not like trying to minimalized the the effect or the magnitude of the Colin Kaepernick campaign because we've acknowledged that already. But at the end of the day, it's still Nike. It's a business, a corporation. They still in shoes them saying that at the end of the day, we read to Republican right. Right? So we're able to use that campaign and that imagery. And you know the Nike check as a way to be like, hey, nigger. So yeah, again, by the way, then kneeling because of this, this and that. And let's not act like you don't know that. So to me, it was just like, I just didn't even under stand. It just didn't need to tap it. You know what I'm saying? Like I feel like it just what happened was so bad. Here's what I just don't see how you put like a shoe company's tagline on it. Don't make sense. It felt like making the like you were making that story into a mean? Yes, because a lot of people did turn that came to me in that should to their own pictures. Right. I'm so glad I finally stopped and. And then just we'll just brought her right back with this, but I still feel like like I felt like I got it. But I mean, I felt like I wanted to get it. I really did want to. But when I just kept thinking about the choice of words there for something, even if it means you'll lose everything like this lady, you know, stood for the open casket, not because she might lose everything because she already had like she Colin cabinet chose to be an activist. He chose to, you know, Neil or or you know, he chose to protest what this country is doing that that woman was forced into a terrible position that nobody ever wants to think about under the worst circumstances. And you know, chose to make the casket open so that people could see how horrific these lynchings are. But we had already seen lynchings before then as well. It's not like this the first time, anybody that ever seen the Lynch body. So I just don't think it was standing for something even if you'll lose if you might lose everything. It was standing for something because wildlife has really kicked you in the dick and you're making the most out of your pain. So actually Williams hopes to the following peace family. I posted a few minutes few images as art in support of the announcement of my upcoming film till that provoked a strong reaction while some clearly understood my intention and its connection to maim real life. Many didn't as much as I'd like to address what mind to your in the meaning of those images. It's more important than my first knowledge that I seem to have ended possibly hurt some of the very people into uplift. I would absolutely never make light of the tremendous tragedy that foisted Mamie till Mobely into her life of activism and can never pretend her child being brutally tortured and executed was her sacrifice. That doesn't even kind of make sense. Never mind being absurd and. A historical images were designed to highlight the tremendous sacrifices may made by sharing her unrelenting journey for Justice, including boldly sharing those Connie images from our son's general, which changed the world. I adapted adopted an iconic contemporary visual framework to connect pass to present and contextualized our language around laws, leadership and sacrifice. My intent aside, I take responsibility for how they received or heart as always with my people in this includes monetize, artistic commitment, telling our stories always have always will. And while I Stanford creative expression every swing ain't gonna be a home run, and y'all know I swing a lot. Those who are sincere in this work and concern. I think you. And that's. So again, this kind of sounds like, I'm sorry that job took it that way. Instead of, I'm sorry that I used something that started off as a commercial and is now like a me on the internet to promote a movie, even it wasn't even just about this woman or her activism it. It was. It's tying back into something capitalist something that is probably making you money. So I just feel like from, right. So I'm just, I just feel like words mean things. Let's not say, you know Stanford something, even if it means you might lose everything in the context of a woman who stood up because her son was brutally murdered. MS made me Mobely probably would have set as down and lived her black s life is happily as she could until she passed away. Had them white folks never came and did that to her job. Like I just, I just feel like that distinction really matters is between somebody choosing to stand up for something and possibly risk. Can you know a little bit of money versus somebody being a victim of a lynching and reacting to that, so, but you know, whatever. I'm probably probably still am. Gonna, go see this movie and cry. So I mean, that's a given. I'm still going to go through. I definitely I saw the images and I won't say that I had the same reaction you did in that. I was like, oh, niggers are not gonna like this, but it also kind of bothered me just not enough to react to it. I just immediately said, I don't like that. And I know exactly why. And it's the words well last, but not least. I just wanted to go ahead and mention that, yes. Indeed, Bill Cosby has been sentenced to three ten of the years, but he's got left. Just call them in pilfering. Oh. Here we see him and some handcuffs being should off. I did in fact laugh his mugshot and you know, nigga Nagin about it on the internet back and forth, feeling their feelings and expressing their feelings and things of that nature. Of course, the people who work for him are saying that it is a. Mismanagement of Justice. That's not no it isn't. They really tried to argue like his age as like a reason that he shouldn't go to do. I mean, I would have died. I mean, he could have died anytime over these past few years in saved us all this, you know this whole cost money to do this. How situation all that anyway, but like three to ten years and it probably will not even be state prison. So the probably more like eighteen months. I'm assuming he's Bill fucking kospi so he's not going to be in general population revenue maximum-security. Sure of that. And so if he makes it over the next, you know, couple years or so, maybe three years even that like that is not. I'm glad to see somebody admitted rapist go to or somebody who had at least emitted, drugging and whatever he called taking advantage of whatever shit. I'm glad to see somebody be punished for that, but it's incredibly rare that somebody even gets convicted and even the time like this is all the time you get for sixty. Like I know it was just a verdict in one case. But like think about how many people you got. He got away with this with, honestly, I, I thought his aides kind of had a lot to do with sentencing. I figured it was like all three Tang because you near ago. Not even don't do a whole three. What? What he might even own three, oh years. I mean, but he looks like he's on the edge of glory right down down the right because he probably not used to breathe a nigger. He not used the eaten institutionalized food. He not ready for not it is. Oh, nigga. You bet to have box mashed potatoes. Bitch. Title b. Tweet that said he had pudding for his first year pudding. And his first meal. But I think Nichols was just Bush hitting. That was a lot that was true though. Imaginative is true. To stare down the pudding Cup for a solid thirty minutes without moving and just been like, this is it. Now. I wish there was a part of me that Bill Cosby was at all remorseful for the things. He's really dumb, but I'd isn't that a shit. The fact that I've never heard him express any sort of. I've never even thought it'd just be like. Good riddance to bat rubbish. Maybe he'll just expire on the inside, but I'm about tired of hearing negative on the street. Talk about this because in the boat. And in the Bodega they are working in. Yalo so annoying with this sheep. I gotta say, I really don't believe he did. I just know. But laving now I don't care because why would you wait? So anyway, I'm not getting. I'm not going down that road. You know, y'all also mine these same white Republicans talking about Brett Kavanagh's accuses. Are watching you. The price of rye. Let me tell you if you my watch the price of rye like after school or something. Yes. Davison. Good days. I used to be like already know. We're going to meet my house. I know what the TV lineup be. And when she take her nap around two two thirty, I can watch MTV Nick. Nick video. In a way for I'm to give me that's just an audit this week for hot tops. And, oh, the places you'll bottom. We're gonna take a break and come right back. Today's episode of the Reed is sponsored by pipeline new play coming to movie theaters. This October for a limited engagement, Lincoln center theatre's acclaimed staging to pick some mothers hope for her son and their families clashed with an educational system rigged against him, oh, from tree, real-life sprinkle. A little fact. Hailed as potent and intensely act by the New York Times lauded as a riveting and powerful new drama by NY one. It looks really good. I've seen the trailer and I think I'm gonna have to go check it out. You can too tickets are available now for October. 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And I seem to be okay in school, but their parents talk about the panic attacks meltdowns that they have at home where either of you, the type of person who held it together in school but fell apart when you were home. I'm trying to understand this from a professional perspective. Thanks for sharing your journey. Dwayne, very good question. I think that when I was younger, I was more. Prone to have like a an episode or whatever moment at home than at school. Because school is the jungle, like bets where simply safe to do, go right to other darn. You're not trying to Rayleigh fall apart, especially, I think you'd be really dealing with the Pershing anxiety and stuff like that. Because when you're younger you at least for me anyway, it was harder to understand that and acknowledged it as like. Something that wasn't like all my fault. I don't really know how to word it, but it was more like when I was feeling emotions or negatively that I didn't know how to describe or I didn't know where it was coming from. Then I was, I think more afraid to express it because it's like, how do you say that? I feel like shape, but I don't know why or how do you say like I don't wanna do anything today are I don't wanna talk to anybody or I wanna go cry or whatever, but I'm not exactly sure what is just feels like life sucks. Like it's one thing. If you're a teenager and somebody broke up but you failed or didn't make, you know a team or something like that, you know, cry. You want to everybody just talk about, you know, while all of that would be augured. But when you're trying to figure out and you're a kid and everybody's gonna make fun you anyway for everything. Anyway, we're young. It's like in makes more sense. I think to go to school input. Yourself in a safety show, whatever that might be and then go home and explode where you feel like it safer to do that in front of your parents because they don't know anything anyway. Can I never care? They don't understand. Yeah, you go home and cry, whatever your parents or guardians because it's safer than doing in front of Janet, and and you know Rome in the rest of them exist school Oregon to, you know, make fun of you for it or start a rumor about you forward or whatever it makes sense. I didn't really struggle a lot with depression, anxiety, especially in elementary school, but probably towards the end of highschool is when I'm really started being like. I mean, I think probably a lot of that was, you know, senior Itis and just being ready to be out of school Inada tosa. I mean hill. I mean the bible belt in general, but some of it like looking back now, I can identify his little girl, the beginning of never wanting to go anywhere. Yeah. And that was when you started like literally not wanting to do anything and having to be talked into going places in that sort of thing. So I can't really speak too much about it. Then mine is more like how it manifested in college and later years. But yeah, for the most part, you know, school age, I just was as long as my grades were good, didn't nobody bothered me about nothing and I just will aside from the homosexuality part, but that came later. So I didn't really have to worry too much about that until I was a little bit older. I think if I have been younger and started showing those signs would have been much rougher for me because my mom. I love her much, but she no good in them. Well, she would not have took me to know damn therapists or psychologists. She would have been like we can take it to Jesus in prayer term, that is what we can do, and we're gonna do it. We're gonna take straight to the all too. And so that would have been that. So thank you so much Dwayne for sending. In that question, if you guys have questions for the cats, you can send them to the regular inbox. Just put crystals catch in the description. So I know what it's for. All right. Moving on to. Let's see. I'm gonna call her. Carol. Carol says, my child caught me watching porn. What do I do. Guys. I'm thirty seven year old single mama too. I have a two bedroom apartment and I sleep in the living room. The two bedrooms go to my seventeen year old daughter and my twelve year old son. Girl God bless because they not even at age is where you can put them in the same that puberty. Oh. Mm, steady praying for you. Is not ideal, but I'm doing pretty much by myself in this what I can afford that being said, because the living room is still technically a common area. I rarely if ever get any time to myself. Last night around one AM I went on, you porn did not know that was right. Oh, why? Oh, you porn. And when you pull. Oh, I don't feel one way or the other about porn overall. And under other seconds, dances would have a very generic conversation with my children about it because that part of my thought process as in what gets me up does not need to be shared with much. So when I am, I'm laying watching porn. Like is the regular as YouTube video, not masturbating or anything, but I thought my daughter was asleep. Well, for the story. Line pairs is trying to work sometimes. But it always watch porn because I wanted like Jack off. Often do, but sometimes I just y, you know what? I'm in the mood for season three episode, four. Daddy comes the bang who's far. Oh, okay. What co-. Most porn don't do it for me because it's so blatantly fake and I just can't. An amber drawn time back on propping up. They end. My gun fucking on their babies, Scooby doo. She. Delano in Barnes commercials in the back. And I'm just like, oh my God. Could you joke TV? Nothing. Sometimes you'll Spotify free Ed. Understand. Maybe go to target. We'll get one my phone tripods. Oh yes. I'll just need a few production. Do you do it anyway at that? My daughter was asleep, but she wasn't. She finished her homework and came into the living room girl. My headphones were on, and I was just watching when I heard mummy in that way. That sounds more like a mother about to reprimand her child, or maybe that's just me being my mainland guilty. I don't know a meta Shane that she knows. I watch it. I just feel like her walking in and see him what was on my phone. Makes me look at the girl. Seventeen right at the boy is twelve. To make it worse. I'm naturally the kind of person who would rather forget something uncomfortable happened then address it immediately. So what could have been a moment to clarify some things about the fact that I'm human and not just a mom whose whole goddamn life thoughts paycheck time, energy at cetera revolves around my kids. You better let it out grew. I mean, I feel that it out. Turn into an awkward situation at least for me where I'm sitting there now, scrolling Instagram, like do like a fucking kid who just caught by dot com. A mama of ours is a mom who got caught buddy kid. I just feel weird. I feel like bringing it up now it'd be a painfully embarrassing conversation that does not need to happen. What would you do? It depends on how long ago this was. You know, like this was last night. Okay. Well, they know insult six days ago. So it's been almost a week of this a little over a week. Right? So. I mean, now I don't really think that you need to say anything unless it is like a hard core, kink Fenton one would not expect now that is not. You know what I'm saying? I think that everybody has the right to be into whatever they're into as long as it is with a consenting adult human being all I care, but that's like, I've really everything else your literal, but like if it is something that you're no not like kind, you know is like not really kinda common or whatever. Or maybe it was like some gay porn. You know what I'm saying? Maybe he was watching some scissors or somebody who's get strapped or something that your daughter would not just expect her mom to be watching if she watched porn and you wanna have a conversation about that. What I'm saying? Like let's say that you just like to watch gay porn. You know, just for whatever reason, know women who like gambling, right. I don't get it, but they love it. You know, I just think of how much must hard. That's what I think every time I'm not talking about just getting man on man porn. I'm talking about gay point of any, right, right. Right. The lesbians as well. You know, it's not as his is common, but you know the girl, the girl on girls, but I think you don't think girl on girl is coming guy on guard. I don't know. I think you just not looking for girl on girl. That's true because everyone I don't even want straight point as much as I did when I was in girl on girl, the is like, but see gay male porn is for men, but also girl on girl is from in. Yeah, for sure. Is is I think made for a male, right? But I do know a lot of like straight girls Anka girls unlike like watching guy on guy point. And yeah, I've never understood that. But anyway, what I'm saying is like it's just something that you if you are like more concerned with your daughter, knowing your kinks than your daughter. Seeing you watch porn, then I can understand that being conversation that you wanna have with her and honestly even need to hurry if a mother fucking thing, free brought her into this world already. You don't have to answer that from, you ain't hurt. Nobody. You are in your mother fucking house. You pay the motherfucking bills and your money is going to the electric city that power Joe device to show you them teddy or dick or whatever the fuck with all your street. So facts, you really don't know her anything. But if your concern is like, I think more so about that than I could get you wanting to talk talk to her about it because you're uncomfortable. But if you're just uncomfortable because you're dot, your daughter saw you watching porn the fuck. I'll say my parents looking for him before, and the thing that I saw was a I was more discussed. By the fact that like my parents have sexual thoughts, which I know that they do, but it's like, I don't need to be witnessed. You're saying, like I mean, intellectually, I know that, right. I don't need to think any further about that at all. Your daughter is old enough to know what porn is. How porn works that you had sex to Hafer that you had sex after Hafner and her brother that you know what I'm saying that you're a grown adult like your your daughter's old enough to get it. I'm sure that she was just uncomfortable just as uncomfortable if not more uncomfortable, witnessing you watching the porn, but I don't think that you own any kind of explanation and you don't need to fucking feel uncomfortable. Yeah, I just feel like my daddy seamy what not watching him. He was like looking at some TD's. He was looking at some computer. Whatever. And like I saw him like I was in the family room, and there were other people in the family room to like, so looking at to his house. The. When I thought that I was just like, okay, I don't need to be in this room right now. Looking titties on the computer like arouse this. The thing like I don't think that everybody watches porn when they wanna Jack off or masturbate or have sex and whatever, like he's a man. So my father knew that I saw him it was it. Okay. You know what I'm saying? So like there was no reason to feel. No. What you saying family was not at all sex? Positive open about sexuality. I still cringe. When I think of my parents being sexual beings, which is something that you know, that is a shortcoming of hours. That's not something to be proud of like children and maybe not the twelve year old, but your seventeen year old is suddenly at the age where she can start to realize that mama is not just mama, like you said, but a whole grown woman and part of being grown woman is having a job and pay him Bill. So these kids can eat and live in your house. And you actually gave up the two bedrooms that you pay for so that they could have the privacy that they need at this age, and they probably don't even really appreciate. The least these kids, it was what you watch of the liver room like. Here in it's okay for your seventeen year. Another. Her mom is a sexual being. She don't need to see fucking, I'm you're right, but it's okay for her to know that and to start to look at how mama as not just the mom person, which is how most of us look at our parents until we hit a certain age. Some people have actually seen their parents having sat have never. Neither me the lawyer wants me to keep my site phrases. To our luck. Listen, let me tell you something I could never. So for those of you who are actually walking around and can think of the time that you were whatever age where you slipped up because they didn't lock the door, she'd happen. I feel like you Madam needs to be counting your blessings because it wasn't even if it was the twelve year olds. Then it might be a little bit more complicated because who knows. Right, you know, there's a, there's a big difference between twelve and seventeen mentally. Yeah, huge. So the girl, I think your daughter just understands that you were being grown, you're grown space has grown motherfucker. You know, I get tingling sometimes to she probably now look. She might be looking at porn on how phone as well and all that, but she very well might could be. So if you wanted to talk about her, you know, as far as like a safe sex conversation, and you know, let's talk about porn and how much of this is fake and blah, blah that you know feel free. But you certainly by yourself to these kids only thing only conversation I could think of coming out of that I would possibly have with my kid is especially a girl. No shea is to not let if you watch mourn, not even if you watch more to not let things that happen in foreign affect you your personal sexual. Perfect. That because some of these niggers expect for you to behave like a born star or be treated like one or or communicate like one or whatever. And porn is meant to be fantasy, say it's meant for you to enjoy entertainment. It's not real. If you don't want to make it a spit in your mouth, you don't have to do to some of these motherfuckers do. That's true. And that's our to ya. I hope you'll find the people that you are supposed to be with. Not me a Hurrell. Find one another. That's great. Not so stupid. Okay. I'm not judging nobody. I neither me if I was, you know, never mind. So let's move on. Okay. The point here, which is this you ground maybe anything on talk about them doing a double tap on the the wall for they come around the corner next side at night, just how from from your room from the hallway, mama fun. You know who want to live room? Yeah. I mean, they should give in the living situation. I don't know if she's going off to college in a couple of years, and even if she she might still stay at your house. So, but HALE now look after a certain point girl, you grown and I'm grow. Be roommate down to abandon kicking it on his reign to fuck you. It is not unreasonable for your kids to, you know, during the daylight hours, you know, this is the family room, but at nighttime, mama's room. So you know, don't bring a little less opinion. I have to that is perfectly reasonable. It was just the thing you know, when embarassing moment that has happened and has happened before lag. If anything, some of y'all share some similar stories, either something that happened like this with you and your child or with you and your parent because I was the Carroll, is she Carol? Yeah, Carol. This has happened to people before and it is not ideal for nobody, but it happens in the black point is that she was doing something you were allowed to mother fucking do fax here and in a couple of months when you remember this gonna laugh. All right, I'm next question comes from Evan who says, I am a newly out game in living in Atlanta where you should tell your life. I'm sure that was to. I was I was born in a deeply religious household and social to believe that my natural feelings were simple, but I'm proud to say that for the first time in my life, I'm living in my truth and I've never been happier. Good. I met the love of my life at spell houses, homecoming. We hit it off and within six months we decided we would move together. Shortly after we started playing house, he lost his job and things began to spiral out control in terms of his mood, self-esteem and drive. I gladly paid all the bills knowing that every relationship goes through its tests. I am not rich and I was able, but I was able to provide a good life for us during his time of unemployment, no Bill went unpaid including his student loans and the money. He would regularly sent his mother. He was paying his student loans or even his mama money. He was fucking shit. Are you had to be turned you out. Most recently while I was cleaning up our house because apparently that's too much to ask if his lazy, as I found a Bank statement of his. And to my utter surprise, discovered that he has a secret account with over four thousand dollars in it. Really nigger really spell house mega. Are you fucking serious? Nigga. Forty gees niggers. Not only was I confused why he hadn't paid a Bill in six months. I'm also disgusted to find out that the source of this income has been his work as an adult porn star on an actor on a website called only fans. Oh, yes. Only fans be breaking braille. Let me tell you something. I did some of that math Jaros. I'm not even mad at. You. Never have been. Yeah. He said only fans as a site where people pay to watch other people do things like playing, they booty hoes, etc. Yes, we know we know to add insult to injury now only has, has he been playing with his booty for money that he's been stacking? He is also been getting fucked by multiple random in sometimes raw and recording it for the world to see. When I confronted him, he had nothing but excuses about why he's been hiding all these secrets from me like he was saving to help his brother go to college and wanted us to go on vacation. We and other bullshit while I am deeply in love. I am not stupid, and I have decided that I'm moving on with my life, but I have two questions. Should I be seeking damages from this assault? And how long should I give him until his shit needs to be out on thinking like yesterday, but I'll defer judgment to see if I'm being too harsh. Thanks for your vice. Sincerely, Evan. This was a lot. I think it's great that already know from the what I'm sorry, I'm done. The nigga is absolutely lying like forty, five thousand dollars, and he ain't paid no bills month mega. If your piece is paying your student loans him, your mama's bills. You didn't feel like you're going to be like, oh, bummer. Ever got to go to college. He has pay everything. Amy, the fuck way. Damn money for his brother go to college. He's not paying bills because you are. He's not cleaning the house because you are exactly that all of that. He's not doing none of that simply because you are doing. Girl took advantage of your incredible kindness and your naievety. I was going to be like, okay, I understand the account being secret because he's probably, you know, ashamed of doing on fans for whatever reason doesn't want you to know about it. So I'm like, okay, even being he could still use the money for himself and he would just have to keep that account secret and go. But you could. You could be like, yeah, I don't have my. You could be honest. You could be like, yeah, I don't. I don't have a job right now, but I play with my buddy hold on camera. I'm not saying that that should be a secret. I'm saying that when he was when you were first going through this letter and I'm hearing about it, I'm like, okay, he don't want us to know about the only fans account because he's ashamed of it or whatever fucking reason, even though you don't really need to be. But like I kind of understood why the part was a secret, although not using keeping the money. Any secret from him and keeping the like act of getting the money are two different things. But yes, he should have been honest about all of it, but then you're talking about this, you're getting getting recorded and you'll house. We'll see you in the place where you paid Chinese think is our trash. Do you know what this sounds like just any. Okay. Still, should you be seeking damages? I will say console an attorney that is not me, but if he was getting booked all over your house on camera and then sold that footage and didn't pay you to use the house. Also, if y'all cohabitated, you may not have a case because it was his home as well. And it's nobody's fault that she was paying bills. So ask the lawyer. I don't know about that as far as how long you should give him until his shit needs to be out shot. He has forty five thousand dollars in Atlanta, Georgia. He can move today. I was gonna say his face, he's not going to be homeless. He. I'm certain. He's got another Hoda crash with, but that is he can absolutely do his own place. He can absolutely get his own to forty five grand. You got someplace to say, you might even got to have a job, pay six months at written, they will give you. The keys has a roof. So yes, right. His thing is painting need to get. I mean, his things need to get out now. But as far as the damage guy agree with you, I will go into down with an attorney and figure out whether or not a have a case or whatnot, but I would absolutely be seeking him. You know, like if I can, I'm getting a profession now. No parks, no fajor. What has to be like? No, you have no chance in hell. That is the only way I would leave that alone, but I would certainly speak to someone to find out if advocates now you're gonna. Fuck in my house that I'm paying for after I pay Joe mama's fucking bills and your own loans. My nigga, Nah, I would be so so pissed. And if you can't like sue him or whatever, that's when you gotta take it to judge protected men, men judge Mathis, go have to talk this out. You don't run me something judge matters. Go have to say, all right. It's a five hundred dollars location fiv every time he fucked house. Let's run that mega his sixty five hundred ducats whenever something. How much was the water that he was using a fleet. Gotta add in, you know, what is the cheap. You can use auto body well to for like three dollars. And yet Flint still can get none clean. Let's get back to back. Wow, isn't it amazing. Span government in our infrastructure under such trash anyone, crazy. Let's wrap it up. I'll ask question goes from Blake who says, I don't like from ruby. Who ruby Blake, Bella Donna. Yeah, ruby, Blake, Bella Donna weapon archive re ruby rose mister C's. Mister C's lady Bogue. Okay. Sorry, go has failed me ruby in Blake in Weiss. And what? Ruby? Fuck what's ruby sisters? Oh, well, just go away Biko ruby. Why. Plague VAR, what's your sister's name? Ruby? Why fucking? Oh, yeah. Bang, bang, Tam. Oh, that is. Okay. Well, listen, I am so sorry. Blake that we got completely off topic from your letter. Sweet. So she says, I'm twenty four. My boyfriend's. Lashed secret, peon fiance. Parents don't know. We're engaged yet. Turning twenty five. This Saturday, we've been together for almost two years living together for less than a year and that Nick adulthood has robbed us. We got so many bills loans, you name it, we got it. I'm finishing up my bachelors year late because I suffer from bipolar depression, and I plan on getting my master's in mental health counseling with a concentration on children of color. Next Saul. Let me tell you something a year late is not even late. Much less doom about poet. Might as well clap yourself hard doing great, actually. Okay. I plan on getting my said that part. My boyfriend has had to put finishing school on the back burner because we can't afford it into my parents who are Haitian, kinda still traditional religious in that loving hypocritical way. Know how that is. Oh, man. Well, my boyfriend is an atheist and he's American. Now that would be a lovely, thanks giving. They recently visited us and must have thought we were living in squalor or something because my mom's soon offered soon after offered to move us into their house, they're offering to either build an apartment in the back or get a nice well-built trailer. So we can still have our private. Right? But here's the thing. My boyfriend is a big animal person. So much. So all of these needs so much so that he has two cats a dog, a few scorpions tarantulas and a red tail boa. Why? Why are you with this nigger this make scorpion score by scorpion and he's just at the house, feel like groceries for animals for yourself. Damn on it. Here's not one, but but multiple Scorpio. Few scorpion shouldn't even say how many exactly a few scorpions and a red tail boa constrictor I'm frying this Negga mom is willing to reach deepen her Haitian soul to allow all of his animals movement except the boa. This let your mama his real really like, I don't even give her whatever she wants. She says, snakes are evil, and the bible tells us. Okay. Right there and spiritual more than anything else. So. So I am attached to the bible. Well, that's why you would Abia suger right? But I'm terrified of snakes enough. Still learn to respect that. Bo as that bitch net room. I don't go in, but my mom doesn't care to compromise like, have she still wants to move in, but not the boat. We would save so much money by moving in with them. But my boyfriend has had this makes sense. She was a hatch hatching. I love them. Louis c. that makes it sound adorable and cute when it's. I love my family and I love this animal loving nigga too. But I don't know if I want to tell my and he might have to get rid of his boa. Can you help me out? Excell excell Blake. I mean, look, your boyfriend can only. So only so much you could do like you sounds like your mama is actually going above and beyond what many mama's would. Oh, okay. Because let me tell you who momma ain't offering the Bill. Note addition in the bag slack and movie build an addition. You can sleep on that couch, knowing even marriage rat. Ooh, Dan, that's the thing I'll arguing married when they don't know. They don't even know that. So you already coming into her house with deception. Accepted, no GRANDE snakes dogs cats, your insects fund. They'll be caged all about compromise. I am impressed with mama black saying it's like she drew a line at the snakes. Like how many members are going to be like you have more than one cat as well as a dog, right? No cats dogs, scorpions, more than one scorpion scorpions were put onto this planet ranch to wreak. You know what the snake is, where I draw the line. Why are we asking this lady questions? That's what I'm saying. Okay. Take them on the fucking snake to a habitat donate it to the zoo. Right. Listen, my mom would have said, oh, at an audit. You can bring the dog as long as they can live outside. And is and that he's hold them cats not coming in here because they should raise, sorry, them them spiders and score, whatever the fuck a scorpion is you cannot even his. And a snake, how are you a spider with Claus. Oh, no girl, Anna tale that comes keep the Bill already her room that you don't even go in because you don't fuck with snakes like that. Listen grow. This is the perfect time to be like, look, you know, we're engaged. It's time for us to start making smart financial decisions. This is a smart by disaster. Y'all Yala struggling with the, you know, paying for life. Sounds like you need help. Right? And look if he wants to be comfortable enough to go back to school and finish his education, he's going to have to sacrifice something 'cause y'all are having a very hard time store and if you can save a bunch of money and keep most, you hope heads, but most many, right? So I mean, unless he's willing to choose the boa over good sense. Because this this animal is not occur after just set it free me like, oh, well, Lilly, we we knew you. You could give it some where you can go visit that mega. Right, right. Like I'm sure that there are multiple places that you go and take a snake or whatever kind of animal that are safe and humane, or you can just, you know, donate it or give it to somebody who will care for the thing. You know what I'm saying that you can't like this lady is what she's doing. She's so nice. She's being so nice leading your insects and on top of that poisonous, the rodents into her house, many of those, you've got to bring more animals into the house so you can pay us all right bugs and shit and mice. And. See, that's what a bow and not coming in. Not only is it a snake in my mother at our you gotta bring rodents in this so you can mice because she liked them better live. 'cause they dad. Warm on, no girl. Oh, yes. So this was the question wouldn't even about how do I tell my fucking mama that I'm actually engaged not worrying about that part. She wearing Ken, we move, can we keep the snake girl? You need to sit down with your fiancee and be like it's time for us to make smart smart, good decisions and insurance academy and way things are going right now we need all the help and safe. You can get the snake better off. Okay, then we are. I wish my mama lived here so I can save some money and go to win a. So I just feel like you know, and especially because Yala getting an your own private space, it's not like the two of you are sharing a bedroom at her house or something like you get in your own trailer apartment in the back or whatever. Like it's perfect. I know I tell you how to break about time, but if he refuses to give up that snake to move into your mama's house, I would seriously consider because don't make no fucking sense because yes, you would. You would be choosing this Mikko for good sense. And at that point I have the question altogether, right? Like just in general suit, I get that pets are family, but they're not human beings and we have to value human beings over animals. Sarah, pissing me off with that, but I just value. I'm not value yourself right more than your pets, not any random asshole on the street because fuck them. Nobody cares about you niggers when it comes to like my dog like, fuck you, but you your own livelihood and your own self and your own ability to take care of yourself girl. This is if you donated that fucking snake toward snake farm or whatever the fuck or some shit by twelve hours later, then. I don't even remember probably glad, especially if he's somewhere with other snakes. Like we'll bitch. I've been looking for my life Hank. I have been cooped up in a bedroom for all of my days looking across this fucking shit with pincers and over here just came around a couple of years ago. She scared me this mic gone up to today. Yes, Mike, won't snake friends bring us negative. A Haitian lady house in wash are set it on fire. I mean, don't do that because when you wake up in the bullets hit is chopped its everybody elated. Right. But I told you about bringing that bucket and no, I'm not. I'm not going to hesitate if I see a fucking snake, especially something big enough that I can shoot it has to get out bits. So anyway, girl talk to you a man about it, and hopefully y'all can come to a joint decision that works for us, of course, but. They really be in love for me this with this would be a nigga either you get rid of the snake are moving in my mom's house without you like invest that figure it out and let me know what happens, but don't be like that. Send your questions to ask the read, edgy Mel dot com, and we'll be back. Thank you again to squarespace for supporting today's episode of the read squarespace, makes it easier than ever to launch all of your projects that you have been pondering for the longest time trying to figure out how to get online. 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Almost almost any other administration in the history of the country or something like that, which like, okay, so this is the real cackle right? That got like a murmured laugh. Like people were laughing, but like trying to contain them and like have some declare on like countries that have hated each other. Are looking across at each other leg did. This is like it was like a like a come chuckling then this. The nerd to say something like, and he almost got away with it too because he said something like it's true or something. So what he said? Yes. But he said it with a smile. So it almost was like he could have played it off like he plays every other stupid thing. I've just been like, oh yeah, it was totally just making light or whatever. But then he says, I didn't expect that reaction, but okay, everybody falls the fuck out because it's funnier that you really didn't think that. Because what you said was so absurd, we're not only dumb as Americans. You're not winning you rallies. We don't just believe everything that comes up. You know you're an idiot, right? Like he doesn't know. Love them. People for laughing at us face on really do. I just wanted to this not even read. Obviously, I just wanted to knowledge that that really moved me. That was soaking some as well. Have you seen that political Edward at one, six brothers and sisters came out against him? Not only have I seen it. I have seen because of you version of it with the ether beat at into the. You did not do that. I simply said that it would be great to hear or something those. Those oysters. Naples, ether. Somebody just put either beat over it. It's even better like that. But it's it's so good. Okay. It works. So no, Paul gosar assuming he's an asshole in total to you gotta be because for six of your siblings to come out and be like, do not vote for my trifling ass brother, get his ass out of it. Fucking Republicans have been taking the ails woo anyway, that video at the UN et really set my whole day off. You really expect that react. You'll really expected them to just smile and stay silent like your American minions to you. Don't hear the things you said you like you really, you forgot that you can't bullshit to a bunch of people to not yours, not your. Are you not. Right. You feel good. I thought to myself, I wanna do. I'll. Fucking funny. I'm really interested in seeing like a hundred years from Nile God willing. You know, the earth is still intact in civilization in order. A hundred years from now. I'm really interested in seeing how the history books address this administration. Unlike I just wanna see means probably the Trump administration will be depicted. Chapter is just going to be means of SpongeBob references and people would have his name is the frog. Michigan. Dan Mullen frogs me. Anyway, that's only just want to say that I, how does this? Let me he's my first. Do from me. Some people. Some people are for whatever reason. Dedicated to like. Having drama in their life. I notice that suddenly all like it seems that you're like interested or enamored with certain people that you don't know. And rather than just being like normal, you would rather like. Create like a fake feud or animosity that only exists in your head with this person who has never had any form of an experience with. You doesn't know you has never met you and it's strange. I think it's really, you know, it's really weird if you want to have an involvement in someone's life or forgets, no them or speak to them. You can just go to that person like any normal average person just be like, hey, my name is Blaine. Don't know if you know me or you remember me from such and such, hey, how you doing? Let's go get drink sometime, let's today or how are you liking black, nice shoes. Hey. You could just make conversation rather than making the decision to have. Some sort of just weird imaginary beef. That's never going to be real because you have no place or movement or value in that person's life. You know, and it's not to say that you are not valuable. It is not to say that you are big or small. It is to say that that nigga Dono you. And so rather than you just immediately making things up or just being cut for no reason, you just monitor motherfucking business or be normal and say, hey, like normal people do. It's train the attraction to negatively that some of you have. It is strange how some of you seem to be enamored with hostility. And as we've said on here, this weekend said in many weeks, you can go to talk space for the. You can speak to fair with all kinds. There's a yawn LA. Okay. Now there. Entertainment. Oh, you deal with your businesses, your business, you know what I'm saying? But don't just assume that people are thinking of you or thinking negatively of you or that they will think negatively of you or your presence before you even make the opportunity to speak to them or get to know them, introduce yourself or even reintroduced yourself surprise not everybody's gonna. Remember you from three four years ago that one time that you bumped into other at the subway and then nigga complimented your shoes. Are that one mother fucking time that you all went to branch and you're, you're cousins. Plus one offsets. Are there like it's just not all you know, some people you might have to refresh their memory. People have had to do it for me. I've had to do for other people. The brain is only so big girl and not everybody's works. The fame don't. They take things personally, lots of your walk around is if you know your shit snows like a glade candle and maybe does not my business or my interest, but if you are just so sweet and Floro walk around with that air and be company should be more than comfortable to interact with everyone. Anyone are not interact with any everyone because what you've got going on over there with your glade shit is so great. So that's it. There's somebody walk up on the globe. On that, like Rona point, you. It was a fly. Nobody is done. Thus, since birthday burned through years ago. Probably done anything to me. I've just noticed, you know, they are people who make decisions on. There are people who decide the type of relationship they're going to have with someone that they probably will never have a relationship with anyway, and it's Dan. Okay. Now I know what you're talking. It's weird. Right. 'cause if I like if I introduced myself to somebody like we've actually already met, I'd be like, Sargo I've smoked since then and I just forget. I'll never in my life. Don't take it personally. I don't remember anybody's names. It takes forever. I'm sorry. It's not even just that like that is the thing. And I have seen people who care like Uber annoyed when I'm just like, oh, hey, my name is such and such like, oh, we've actually met and I'll be like, oh, you know, my like people get offended by that, but it happens to me and I don't care. You know? So unless we've met like ten times, right? You know what I'm saying? But once or even twice. Through please. I've seen a lot of human goes, come. Every fucking day. I don't remember you for brunch three years bit. Even today, even people who I literally may have never met before in my life. Or just like, oh, this is whatever it is. But you know, sometimes when it does happen to me part in particular, I just assume that I probably said something about somebody wide. I was going to say, this must be one of the pitfalls of fame, you know, when people know who you are 'cause you working with Lena weight and such. All right. So that was. Now. Here to worry about. All right. I'm wanting to pass my read this week. This comes from brianna. Brianna says not only a veteran listener of the read, but I'm also a black veteran currently serving in the armed forces. I'll get straight to the point. I'm tired. I'm tired of that. Ramen noodle hair heaven as happened, tomato lorraine's speaking for me, I'm tired of these tap dancer for respect as coons, like Candice, own speaking. For me, I'm tired of these entitled. Oldest white would next look like labia majora speaking for me, these people don't fuck about this country. They don't give a fuck about those who are currently serving or veterans on the front lines or the homeless veterans that they don't give a fucking dime to let alone bat an eye on the street. I wish they'd stop coding their racism and anti blackness in just love this country and our military south buck much. I see through the cracks and all this there is you blatantly missing the point and ignoring fix. It's easy for these willfully, ignorant and inflammatory numskulls to clean to these talking points about Colin Kaepernick or anyone. Kneeling during the anthem disrespecting the flag or veterans because I don't wanna come out and say they don't give a fuck about black. People period self involved. People like tonk Limon will always center their hurt feelings over anyone else who's experienced, looks different from the whether we're dying or they're fucking us. They have one black friend or even serve on behalf of this country. They will never acknowledge accept or empathize with the bullshit that black folks have to deal with. And instead they choose to spout that bullshit that forty five repeats his at his KK clan red rallies. Also my brothers and sisters at arms that complain about caffeine. Capper Nick can have several seats. You're not better than anyone because you chose to serve. Just I love a good read. Patriotism isn't merely exclusive to your pasty the to dip and shooting the shit on when you supposed to be fixing aircraft patrolling the base nor look like you wearing woodland Cam dirty work boots to the club on Saturday. You the same hose, the jumping up and down about patriotism who run inside at four thirty before the national. The. The same ones who will say that the way my hair grows out, my head looks amiss, but will cling to the cat whiskers that are barely cling into your baldness scout nowhere. Oath of enlistment to say that we need to protect that flag or that racist says anthem, we served to protect Americans right to dissent in this guy's black Americans because this is there and my country, and they have a fucking say so and how they'd like to be treated. Put this big white met energy toward these Nichols in the NFL who are beating their wives and girlfriends put it towards Megan, the NFL who have literally killed people put this shit towards the government who dares to have anyone who has served this country be homeless or without their basic necessities to live a full life. After they've left the service that energy towards black people dying at the hands of police and the George Zimmer hills of this world. Even if you don't know, you won't. History will not remember any of you mother fuckers kindly. And while I'm here for a country that hates me, I will happily tell you go, fuck yourself and your American flag t. shirts and bikinis, son, tyro tired. My black s is tired girl. Bigots assessments in corn cereal. You know, I just really appreciate this coming from a veteran, especially because I've heard our new, the things you wrote here gave experienced. Let me talk about, actually, first of all that white girl she didn't get on for a while. Let me just get that over with that black Coon that. Okay to black Coon signs, not clear that black Kunda other Blackcomb fucker is well, like you got you hit all the bases. Fuck you, racist. Why people don't actually give about the military 'cause you Defunte programs for veterans and you don't support. They shit. You don't give a fuck about they mental health or anything else that happens to them after they give back, especially if they black or color or anything else and buxom you in the force who are also racist or I don't know if this is the military called the force. Okay. Anyway, fuck y'all as well. Your race because of course, some racist people in the army, navy, whatever, who feel cabernet and nobody else should kneel. No, fuck you. It. I nothing about that tired as flake or the tired. How many people are to the national anthem down even slab digit dome. Talk about this. Ugliest as flag, especially since why people violate the flag code all the time. They haven't even read it. The fled code says not to put that shit on any clothing. And what do y'all do the exact fucking opposite? You tack that shit all the way up. Why be walking around with the flag billowing on t. shirt with the constitution type? Have you ever even read this document? Because I feel I cabinet. Care about us. That's really, you know what that is. It that sums it all up, you care, but not about us. So thank you so much, brianna for your rate. If you wanna pass your read Syndey to pass the edgy Mel dot com. And that is gonna wrap up. This week's show check us out on social media at this is the read. Our website is this is the dot com and tickets are upcoming, live shows are at the read, live dot com fury. Any news from you. It really is the best kind the rate you. I still can't believe you eat white mistress master. Don't sound right. Shot. It's not. I other airheads with dying. Literally. All it is. That's why it's always mystery because you don't know which one it is because there's no color not. You told me before. Oh. One last Lee, miss teen alone. Missing is just nice. Yes. She posted north mama. Her auntie's wrestling Brits are bucket page because they were going and they don't matter as tina's nice to everybody. All that it is. She posted everybody who was out there. So yes, girls out there, not knowing the words that motherfucker trying to be cute and we paid them desk, but miss teen gotta do nothing. She already gave us BSA so leave her the fuck alone. Things she can do what she wants. Because if y'all run miss teen off, Instagram, I don't get no more coin out right now. I have to be mad and I just, you know what? When she posts something nice about the Kardashians I just don't like it. That's I don't. I'm not gonna sit there and I would miss Tina about posting than people that child is somebody's six year old on not doing that to relax. We thought that. Just because of her kindness. That's right. From the families reaching out, which is really didn't know the words. Y'all literally came just to say you was there and you wouldn't think would need to do that. But. Because I don't like you every like I've made that clear. Like we didn't see what no pitch a hug hugging, you backstage. Tabby. Even tabby. Got him. Child faira gonna be next fair going. Close the show out what. Because you know when it was walk up there with the fucking heels and here. Here here blue from across the room. See, this is how you almost got fired fucking Atlanta. You're not watching. It was twenty years before you. So I just wanted to mention this week that is almost October, which means tro wing truing. Six is happening Howley God six years. A lot of horror movies. October twenty six, New York City, October twenty eighth in Los Angeles. I Louis LA. So come out have good time? No. For the sixth year in a row, you do not have to wear a Halloween costume, but it is a Halloween party. So it is in courage d- does need to be super expensive, Nick. I'm not Heidi clue. I don't even know what the fuck I'm wear and yet. Year, I'm sure she'd be getting like schematics and she spends a movie budget on may have been here and there in full on movies, ever know who she is. Just get Katy Perry's hot Cheeto bag in purse. Often Amazon, I was honestly. Boy that went to Ospel talk about did are cheaters, what did he really? Oh, the hot. Can you do now? A nigga would have done a longtime. Exactly. I know way he'll OD don't watch. We've been eating a whole bunch of, right. You know your people, your palette. You might have to take a slow without alpha beta bit. You know, never let it right. That reminds me a member that that hot chip challenge. That girl that the open girl who worked for the news station in Dallas somewhere. She ate in the white man. It was like crying for. For. Okay. There was a little tingle. Honestly, my mom's chicken spicier than this. How are you living right now? Pouring milk Memphis term. Chino's girl to does come on been eating those for way too long. I know way you don't have to. You don't have to wear a big fancy when either if you don't fuck you want to get on by one you can wear. The one are last year where you work uniform to guide on give. It's all about having a great time and it's about freedom to free them. So this Friday noon eastern standard time, Trillo Wayne dot com. That is t. r. I fellow? Oh Wayne dot com. Ca tickets. It's gonna have some fun. I think that's all I have to announce this week. I think I'm just going to get a best bash shirt and be Lawrence. Why. Given alley coming up on Sunday. The started, I know it is always gone. Doesn't like what seems like the shows you hate like. Like the house of Atlantic it forty two episodes, but we only get two months of insecurity off for four months per season, man. That's what I'm saying. All right. Yeah, we will see you next week.

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You can also go to see the book dot com and see what those dates looking like. Yeah, we're gonna start hitting the road in October, doing book signings cities. What city. That's a great question. Hold on, I'll put it up right now. Get it out here. I'll tell you guys about some some tour dates. I got knocked him out. Okay, y'all gonna be in. Let's say Thurs. No Wednesday, this are going to be out Thursday. See all gonna miss it, but I will be have been in Portland and Thursday through Saturday. I'm Sacramento than sunny. I'm gonna be a San Jose. Come out Chicago which sold out. So we add another show, hey, twelve sold out at the eleven eleven. We just added a show, October eleven. So get that. And then more, what are we doing? We're doing Milwaukee and Madison Wisconsin as well. So the yourselves dot com to get those at new date. So the dot com for the rest of a man and thank you all so much for coming out of Europe. Oh, yeah. Okay. Through the shook won't look for. We won't do. We need to do this every we've church announcements, right, brilliant announcements. Yeah. Okay. Shook when the book talk, Tober twenty. Third, I'm being New York at the Barnes and nobles on Fifth Avenue at twelve thirty pm October twenty four being Boston, Massachusetts at the world with either at seven pm d- dogs moderating. October twenty. Fifth, Baltimore, Maryland, John Hopkins University, seven PM October twenty six being Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to people sanctuary at seven pm at that's Mark Lamont hill bookstore, Marc Lamont hill moderating that one October twenty seven, five inch ACOG on at depaul university at one PM and then being second, Charles at five PM kindred is going to be moderating my Vint at one PM in Chicago, Atlanta, Georgia at the WalMart, ten twenty eight on Gresham wrote while three PM October twenty. I don't even let curse words in their rap. Albums shook once in this in WalMart and cyber losing WalMart. Doodo Cobb bless on October twenty nine being Denver at the Alamo draft house seven pm in October. Thirtieth are being LA at the Barnes and noble that the grove, which zuri hall moderating not one, but you can go to see the book dot com for all the tour date. Now, these events that you have the moderated events, yes. Does that come with a book or how does that my ticket for that and then it, yeah, you buy ticket and I think are you by booking get in, but the thing right page tickets, books, same thing, the book exiting pays them fucking though, but the same thing like that's what we did last year last year we did it the bond over the grove. When I do the moderated event, somebody buys you get take you get a book. When you got to buy a book. Okay. Bye book like having a ticket to me, I'm not gonna. You know that that's what I'm saying. These are like moderate events of somebody's asking questions as kind of it's a conversation, right? This is not just assigning because I've been with you for signings. Never seen a moderate event, right? Yeah. So it was moderate event is like the, you know, the person had read the book like zero be, don't wanna nasal she, she'd read the books. You'll ask me questions. Gotcha. We'll take you in from the audience. This is actually a great one. No, because man, I go mental health issues and everybody's trying to get mentally healthy bro. It's like it's like the universe is aligning and telling everyone like, look, this is what we need to be doing. I don't know if it's the rise of social media that's giving everybody more anxiety or depressing people more people, self esteem, you know, lower your self esteem, everybody's trying to get mentally healthy and some wish you're comparing your real life to everybody's highlights. It is depressing, and it's a big deal. There's a reason why everyone of these tech guys doesn't let their kid to have a have like screen time. Don't blame them. I don't let my kids do. I don't wanna do it. That's. Talking about kids got a new one. Greatness applause. Cox still working Debbie's nowhere is over now guaranteed. Oh, you're not going for the boy. Let science in there. Then in dot take three women. I'll take three Little Women. I'm cool. Mckelvey, clan done. It feels good, honestly feels complete. It does feel like I got a nice little triangle of women. Right? Got my wife. I'm cool, right dog or something a male dog get a male dog and more guns. Okay. I believe to erect baby. Okay. Get a male dog threat for you to be like, no, maybe we should have, oh, shit, audited, fuck death. Threat jumped one time. I'll have somebody tried to jump you. Nothing wrong guns. Let's be clear with that. Just like anything else that had power in the world right in the right hand is cool, right? And a wrong and fucked up. Is there? Is there anything different about guns compared to something else like a knife or sword, or that kind of stuff? No, because you can use a knife to. Cut some cheese with the cutthroat, but you can't use a gun to like cut some cheese. You can use a gun to height. You police officers carry guns because they need to protect us from people, right? It's like some people would say, like if it's in the wrong people's hands, you could kill a lot of people. Whereas if you just had a sword, you could kill like three or four and then people running from the sorties Ross life man. Not honestly. That's the cost of guns. People make that argument. I think classic driving fast on a highway. You're going to have some crashes that kill people. Car can be a weapon. If I take a car and drive to a crowd of people, I rated speed. I can kill a bunch of his ISIS. Got that down. That's what I'm saying. So it's like anything can be a weapon in the wrong. Yeah. Notice when when I was out there in in Europe, a distinct difference in like a lot of the major streets, it's like down here in Wall Street down here Wall Street. You have those little pillar so a car can't drive through, especially in big pedestrian streets. They all have that every once in a while they have like a pillar they have like a fake. Statue like it will look like a lion, but the real purpose is don't let his guy get van and then drive into like a hundred people. You can only kill a few people. Exactly five, you kill a few people move off of. Yeah. Get to move. I totally understand. Here's an doing. I do want to say, I gotta salute this woman name late Thomas Lou delayed time. She's called the glow maven. She's a a a wellness doctor. She helps women when they have their when they're when they're pregnant. And you know, my wife had a c. section for a second daughter because second daughter was born a month early, so she had to have an emergency sex and why I feel like maybe smaller would slide out the push easier now often get the medical term man as a medical term feed first. Now. Night wasn't that that happened this time it was something with them. I forgot what it's called, but it was something that where she could have died in the baby coulda, shoulda had to have an emergency section. Baby came out early, so they will tell you after you have a c. section that you can only have c. sections. That's right. You know what I'm saying? But that's not true. Absolutely not true. My my third daughter was v. back. It was a vaginal birth after a c section. And the reason I was able to happen is because you know, my wife started doing like acupuncture and they told her if she goes into labor before the scheduled c section, she could have the baby. That's my wife started doing acupuncture and the night before she actually went in labor Leith untold her to drink some castor oil. She drank too castor. Oil start having attraction to five AM in the morning. What's Castro hath Royal is like some is what is what is exactly Kathy. I don't even know what to throw is used for any other time. I know diarrhea. It helps. It helps clear you out but clear clear hostile. Clearly it worked because she went to labor at five AM and had to. Maybe at twelve twenty pm. Vaginal birth? No. EPA Doro. Okay. To our labor, three pushes why baby loosen that up. I was offering the service with my semen, nothing other medical term that I learned Halley today's, but it's like, yeah, like you know you, there's nothing you can do whatever giant. Do you ever feel uncomfortable coming in your wife after like knowing that she's pregnant, like your your child is in there? It's the best. It's you're not like I'm doing that on Mike and the best I guarantee you it some white corporate motherfuckers who leave the country just to go have central pregnant women, really. I'm sure I'm older. It's l. one name is DJ envy envy, loves pregnant, pussy bregman. That's probably when we when we did when I did breakfast club and thanks a lot. There was a, we had a conversation about pregnancy pushing. He said, the best pussy will ever have in your life is pregnancy pussy as the juicy. It's. I mean, I, I don't know why. Like thing. I don't like that MS laying on top of my wife. You can't lay on top no man. What she's pregnant. No, Ryan Campbell cry. You've never just laid a little bit on top impossible. I've tried you look stupid as fuck why? What are you looking like this. This. Oh, you're saying hard to get in there is the big stomach, like a speed bump now in London. The roadblock? Yes. Have you ever just laid an ipad on her tummy. What just watch something? No, there's her stomach was huge. This is the biggest you've ever been one hundred and fifty pounds. So you thought it was going to be a boy for sure. I knew it was a, it was a girl I was. I didn't want to know. But when we went for one time, I was like, I just helped me, man. Yeah, I knew it was I remember birthday I saw Jeff saying, oh my God, you're pregnant on my congrats, and I go boy or girl. And then she goes, it's a just looked over you you made. I conduct me and then just look down like a sad puppy. Shot by the way when you say look like puppy, that made me think of Bill Cosby's mugshot, bro. I need to ask you a question. Yes. And where to Taylor goes, she still here and where did Michaela ago she left? We Michaela was bury where berry go as well. She left. Okay, because we need to get. We need to talk to our black queens here because whatever opinion, far too forgiving, black women on having tiller already feels bad for Cosby. She literally is looking at a picture. Listen charter, she's looking at a fixer. She, what did you look at picture Cosby? And I just hear this herself. She does. He just looked so sad, all of the one that put him in jail. I want to keep that same as you because Bill is really locked up because of a joke head of yours made a joke in Hannibal birds made a joke and then bills, Twitter account, tweeted out as Bill Cosby anything. And everybody started slandering Bill Cosby about all of these, these rape jokes, and then freaking it became a real Dane. And now he's in prison. So accent now, and you know, another thing, what I don't like either man, cocky on your Graham. She was never put your hand in your face to real, but she'll come down. Why. Come in here. Come in here. Hey, Michaela, you walking into the lion's den. What happened? Kelly feels Bill Cosby too. Into the mic talking to the national broadcasters. Oh, I thought you said. Hailer cosign with her so badly and I don't get it. No. Can you say about the heavy rain and a lot of people are doing is they're thinking Bill Cosby, the the actor they grew up with him, especially in my generation like and just see him as Bill Cosby, the dad, and it's hard for people to look at him outside of that and separate it, but I don't feel bad for what he did outside of like a separate that true, but that's what I'm saying. But do need to keep that same energy. Thank you. Anyone of make. To make them better. Hobby-wise means mix them better jokes. Material run internet, y'all. Women won the internet. It's yours, whatever. He said, we all to we the why that all cast literally touch the screen with your finger on his face to wipe the tear way from the picture. Is it ninety all combined use it with your comedians? Got good. Cavanaugh jokes, money on social media, big cavenaugh memes. You don't got good Weinstein jokes. I don't even know what's going on. I tell you with cavenaugh. Let me tell you why. A lot of guys have said nothing about this cavenaugh shit, right? Because what happened? He took his out of the party and a lot of like cou homeless. Someone else handle that shit because a lot of dues, no, they taking their dick out this happened. This happened. Shouldn't have been sentenced to jail should have been put on the supreme court who said that I saw something incident. Okay. So dead in two weeks. That's my prediction. A nice sweet. Rougher villi I thought he's going to get home arrest. They took him today. He's in St.. Date prison. Leeson suites in prison. Go to go to date. Tougher than federal because he's at three days two weeks, two weeks. He's only going to be in their year. Then he'll be out. He's calling the grim reaper for the check baby f. I think not even giving them bail. Did you see smoke shot? That's a man who knows it's over bro. Really. God cares any because point he doesn't really looks like. You know, nobody saw has mugshot now let me see them, but can we talk about this forgetting crime because. Taylor, please relax. Relax too much is too much. Okay. So this is what I say, right? What's okay? Whenever like a white dude gets a light sentence for something. You always see these memes that pop up on social media. Right? And it's like the white guy sentence, right? And it's like white guy. Robs a Bank gets two months probation, and then they have a picture of a black dude who did the same crime with like the craziest punishment ever right now. He was situation where Cosby might rape fifty chicks, right? He's gotten three years. The three, ten, but it's going to be three with one you're taken off. I looked at the sex Vind who now you get to meet Bill Cosby. He when he moved into the neighborhood two weeks anyway, point is point is where is that same energy? Where's the energy? Like if a mother fucker, if a white dude rape, forty girls and got three years. The internet would be going fucking crazy. It will be going fuck at every day. Out. Look at his mugshot boy point the white guy, rain, forty girls look at a mugshot. This is gonna be in jail for a year, bro. This guy here know where he is, man. He got suspenders listen mapra data silk. Oh, get rape in jail. You take them suspenders off real quick and get it. Bill cobbs, you'll be feel you see how they feel bad. You. I don't know. You can't cut off them. We gotta feel bad if you. Carmo under saying this from his legacy anything. I mean, he did Tim, so, but I mean he's on Philly too. And you just feel you think that he's a huxtable. How did you feel. Allegation sale. What kind of way, like a bad way or you're like, he'll get you have the right to feel that way. Nobody. Let's not feeling Matha my phone. Said, I grew up watching the because my siblings rise everyone else wise. Well. Hold on your twenty-seven watch. No fucking Cosby. I got excited because teddy Riley coming on like, oh my God, Eddie rowdy. Ciccio young down. Real real quick. What what's what channel was the Cosby show on on this domino? Would you what about to say? Do we say you. Was you about to say you. About. That you something. USPS. They came out there. Right there. No, I had to do a whole thing on it, but. I did. I have older siblings. I watched the show with them episode when of Vanessa drunk. That's it was mad. Interesting. Okay, good wasn't good episodes. Why. Why do you watching the real time you saw reruns I'm not even where you saw. I can admit that I'm generation of reruns. I've, I learned all the same. I was born. That's not my. Shaming your old guy. One time where shaming you pretending to know something you don't. We're not shaming for how old you are. What. Grew. I have to. Part of growing up on nothing. Nothing about Thursday night. Having to go to the kings of all gonna be HSA put into the clock. Let me run for three hours test Takata be so in the different world. That she watched it. Like when the episodes said, I grew up idolizing huxtable on on. When the Cosby show. Cosby show. That is, that's all happy. I mean, throw a what? What is the Gordon Gartrell. Gordon. You never got yourself a nice little Gordon got trail new anger up on the garden, so much all the boys to good guys way where was where was. We. Office. Y'all got cool shows to where though and the we wear in the back. Back does in the basement. Okay. To notice things ain't grow black. The niece was making close? Yes. Again, you see having ASO's, but then you know. You don't know. All good. We go to like you. Do you watch. Okay. What was his first name doctor that that why? Why Chris me. Renting some UPN. Ship fan, but you know that WBZ RO now was my shit to, but upn was also much injured. Grew up in Trinidad? Yeah. I've been tested. One conversation going on time. You get nervous when you tested win, too. Many questions come at me because I just don't like not knowing the answer. Our nobody not getting never was to universal bullshit. Mass. Is that right to pursue is difficult? Yeah. Yeah. Your professional woman? Okay. What I need you to do is stop feeling bad for a guy who might have raped a lot of chicks. I mean, situations like this, you got to remain neutral. Now we'll say this. I do feel. Is that when the downfall of his legacy different? Yeah, I know what his legacy meant to. So we to ask, why do I feel bad you? Right? He did mention. Often, but you. Dead easy. He wouldn't be in his miss. Okay. All right. Gave daddy's details. Three, Alex, whatever, without body, Alex. I can't. Obviously I can't give certain details trial trial ongoing. But unfortunately, Alex is still locked up in Sweden. Yeah, it's rough bre. Could you think about is your foreigner from out of the country and you Hannah prison in a whole another country? You don't have no back backing whatsoever. You know what I'm saying? That wouldn't be terrifying you? It would be, but this is the safest prison hold federal. Fiddled shed. He's playing that new spider man probably do know. So how can I be believed the best know who can we believe the male or France out is gonna come on with chain man? Yeah, he's not yet if I can't. I can't come out with one of the greatest mixed of all time called fifty, six nights. You know, Esco got locked up for fifty. Six nights is no telling what I was gonna come back with all on. You say that my next project Alex might be fireboat, Alex. Alex is going to a life changing event. North futures, DJ guy, locked up future album was incredible. It was Alex gets locked up. My next comedy projects is incredible projects while he was out there filming for me. That's why I came him in man. both of them were filming the whole tour. Now they're doing documentary slash film in the new, the new project and in the last fucking day, man, some real bullshit. He'll talk about it when he comes on when he's free. We have a nice conversation by everything right now. He is there until at least October fifth, one of the two weeks, a love few more weeks Hase. Yeah, it was on the fifth. They have basically a preliminary hearing while I testified and all this kind of stuff. And right now, the prosecution is putting together evidence to see if there's a case. And if there is a case, then they will bring to trial or maybe they'll just hopefully say there isn't a case or maybe they'll say, here's a fine for what happened, etc. So everybody fingers crossed, prayers. Upriver, Alex got any power in the Swedish judicial system. You wanna free your boy from Sweden, police sweetness wishes tweets don't even know that really, actually Swedish fish through the fish swishes those two. But did you hear about the whole cat will. Williams, Kevin, Hart, Tiffany, haddish Michael, Hannibal, Burs. Debacle. Yeah, because it started with cat and a girl and wanted to. Three in Atlanta, and then Kevin came and he was just like, basically be personally accountable like you did some. And is that true? He did to some drugs, and there were some situations that I've always really, you know, even if it's not drugs, there's a lot of poor choices clearly, right? I mean, you don't. You don't just get arrested nineteen times for no reason. Yeah. And your life. Situations, cat wins put himself in. You know, he didn't have to swing on a little boy that put him in that that that wrestling know a lot of things that cat Williams did he called on himself, right? You know. So yeah, I think it should be some personal accountability. The conversation that I that I've been having even know Kevin, Tiffany on the breakfast club on on Friday and just, you know, aired out as he should have because kept takes a lot of shit, you know, but doesn't really put it back out. He's above and beyond say, but, but he t use this as a teachable moment. And the teachable moment was a question that nobody has yet to answer, and that is what do black people want from black entertainment because black people say they want more diversity on the screen. They want more diversity in Hollywood, and then when they get it, they say, no, not them, we rather, these guys could. I think that is that cat Williams can hate on five different black comedians. It's five different black comedians at one time right now, right? That he's able to hate on? Yeah. In one setting, like little row draw Michael, Hannibal, Burs, Tiffany, haddish, Kevin Hart, the five. He named more than that. I see something in common with all those five people success. That's it. Simple as that. And the reason I call it hating and I don't know why everybody has yet to grasp this concept. It's one thing if you have an opinion got on there and he goes Larose not funny. I don't find little real funny. Fair. Cool. Yeah, Tiffany, haddish's funny. I don't find are funny. I saw Santa special her. There wasn't funny, fine. I don't think Cavs. Funny. I don't think you can say that that's your opinion. But when you say little rose only movies because he's ugly and they only promote ugly people in Hollywood, are you say, Tiffany haddish only where she is because she's talking about white guys. You know what I mean? Like girls wouldn't would walk path Gerard and little rail if they were were in a lenox mall. Right? Who kids the shit? Yeah. What does that have to do at talent? What does that have to do it? Their creativity e. n. fan. I'm saying like rock call. Michael is one of the. Best young producers in Hollywood, you've had conversations with your. Yeah, fascinating. Dhiraj right ideas for me that I think are brilliant. Yeah, to the call my show with a very smart show. He's visionary. He's the type of person that can go into NBC and say, you know what? I would like to put Tiffany haddish little rail on my show. This is before get out is before girls trip, you know, hard that is to get network to cosign on something like that hard. That is the these people need to be on my show every mother. Fucking, yeah. I mean, now he looks like why he really knew what the fuck he was doing because look, what Tiffany earlier at now Kevin Hart for what you think this man's, you know, stand up man is one of the best comedic business minds we've ever seen period. He's creating opportunities for other comedians, like isn't that what is about right then? You know, for cat Williams and say things like, oh, Tiffany, haddish as he's never done a standup special. Yes, she has. It's called from the Hollywood on Showtime. I've seen it you know to say she hasn't put in the work as a stand up. That's a lie. You already acknowledged. She started doing stand up at sixteen, the moral of the story is. All cat Williams was doing was aiding and for me to call him on that is not because tiffs my friend because I'm siding with Cav his just simply the facts of the matter or so it's absolutely hating. But what I like to look at these situations on like like what's return on investment hating right is cat on tour now on think. So he told me he's alternative facts and they can't Williams that he sold two point four million tickets on his last tour, right? You look it up, bro. I don't even got look it up. I I'm, you know, we're all in the business. Okay. We have agents and stuff like that. Watch the breakfast club and it's like this motherfucker on drugs probably. But if you two point four two point, four million tickets sold. Just put it in perspective beyond say on her formation to only like two main tickets, Jay z. and beyond say on the run toward the first one, nine hundred eighty thousand tickets Taylor swift nineteen Eighty-nine toy only sold two million tickets. Billy Joel's like one point, eight million tickets on a tour, the eagle. So like one point and I mean you not much two point four million tickets is yeah, you'd be the number one torn artists in world period. Yeah, not even just comedy everything. So that's the mother fucking line to put it in perspective, Kevin, Hart hundred sixty four right now worldwide seventy. Five percent eighty percent done. He sold like one point. One point for me to do the math. Twenty thousand seats in an arena. The capitals or does anybody's number. I can give you cash. Trying to the Matt. Let's got twenty thousand seats arena. Yes, you do. Ten shows that's two hundred thousand tickets. You do a hundred shows. That's two million tickets. So he would need to do one hundred shows Cavs on one hundred and sixty city arena tour around the world. Sold out every night fifteen to twenty thousand seaters every night. I was just in Europe, man. What was it? Apparently it's like whatever it doesn't matter fifteen to twenty right. He's only he's only one point three. This is this is cat Williams numbers for his last tour. Forty, eight dollars per ticket. Yeah, grow sales were about fifteen million dollars. Yeah. He sold three hundred thousand tickets sixty days. That's great. The great numbers. What if he sold. Do the facts, the facts. But what if he saw a two hundred forty thousand tickets? And that's where the two point four million number comes from whatever. Like we're gonna give you ten dollars. No, I know he said I saw two points million to four million dollars, but what stupid? Fuck dollar ticket. A forty, eight dollar tickets. Only gonna take a dollar off from the. Why does this shit makes why do people saying maybe it was two hundred forty thousand tickets? And that's why he was able to ask for that amount of money. And I've been thinking about this a lot, especially when I see these people like bubble up with beef. Right? It seems like whenever anybody got to sell something, you got to sell a record, got an album coming out. You got to stand up or something like that. All of a sudden there's this radio interview where you call everybody out. It's not just cat. Everybody right Eminem his entire album like Eminem has a flop of announ before comes back with just straight beef and essentially hate right and is justified by saying. These people said, negative things about my life album. Suck. That's why I said negative things. Right? So it's like it's an objective view. These same people. Probably congratulate your other albums v. Boom, but nobody cares about that. Exactly. So so he uses beef to sell out of records. Cat right here is using beef right to probably sell tickets for his new tour Cohn this weapon. I think he is because I know he was red grant because red was doing a show. But then he also said he had a show at like the blah, blah, blah. Something like that. All I'm saying is you've seen it uses a device, right? Hey, we got a new song coming out. Let's start some beef. Hoc- uses it brilliantly every time. A new song Takashi coming out and got to fifty exactly fifty uses it. So here's my question. Is using beef to market a sign fit. The content isn't good enough alone. They don't eat beef. Yeah, I think when it's coming from nowhere, meaning like Eminem did have a reason to fire back at critics will come Qazi. He did because I mean for rival but provide. But if somebody thought Joe comedy tour than I thought was great or that I admit was whack that regardless. Eric, about a long time ago, you audits sensitive about your shit that's factor. If somebody tries to comedy and you come back and you'll get at that writer, you have every right to do that. So Eminem did have every right to do that will comics picked any like he didn't. He didn't pull nothing his ass. Basically, Kelly says somebody's daughter, Kelly, you don't think he used it purposely as a weapon. You don't think he's looking at this what is worth for me in my career. I picked fights with the biggest celebrities of the time, and I've used that drama. To get people to listen to my song. By my albums, I'm using beef to sell albums. I mean, whatever, whatever it did it work. He picked certain words that we know we're inflammatory says over and over again. Right? He's doing his way to sell them, but I'm asking is if you're if you're using beef as a marketing tool, are you admitting that the content itself isn't good enough to Mark? It self you guys, hey, don't need a beef with nobody. Right? Jay comes out with the album is like fire. Yeah. What kind of us beef a little, it's way man. I mean, the reason I say as it is because beef doesn't sell records, I don't think what Takashi. Why are we interested in? I mean, first of all, I think this is absolutely hilarious and I love jewel. He's, he's, he's funny. The beef is just like his beef is more comedic beef is in like a really wanna fight you when I see you just like suck my dick. Yeah, I don't know. I look at it a little bit different and it's not like Takashi is like I mean up until now. He hasn't been top charts. You know what I'm saying? Like it's a good record. Great song I called it. I mean, dig it robbed around that time. I think anything that generates heat around your project. He's saying, I think I think it's anything that brings a heat around your project. It's bringing attention to yourself. That's all it is, but it's easiest way to go. It seems like beef is, I mean, we've seen it throughout throughout hip hop, and now you're starting to see the same traction and Kami like Michael Blackson will be going at somebody. You know, he's this guy has brilliantly used the internet to maintain his level of fame, Michael blacks on the to maintain a little without having. A big movie, a TV show. He's used just social media to maintain his level famous like the last five years. Yeah, I just my thing is I just think it's wack that everybody shoots that calf. That's the thing it's your. You don't even care about Kev. You're using his name staff successful, you're shooting at the most successful comedians. Like when Kamwana j. remember it's like everybody goes JV was Jay was on top. It's it's the same formula. I'm saying, I think they're adapting to wrap formula of gopher the big guy, and there's this much cheese mo- which is, oh, you go, let them talk to you like, well, I also think it comes from the fact that you know Chapelle the big dog legend. God in the game, Chris rock, the garden, the game Seinfeld, all of those guys to reason you don't see that because they're not from these guys. Class care was in all of these guys class and cables little cab. You know what I'm saying within little Cav shot path everybody. Right? It's kind of hard not to have feelings about that. You saw this dude as your son and his dad knew. And son in you in a lot of ways he's getting all these. You're supposed to be short, black dude, come on, man. You know what I'm saying? He passed. So it's hard not to have feelings towards that individual to mention. Cat is funnier. I mean, can't is better stand up. He's a better standup. I am. Sorry. He just is. Actually, I'm not. Sorry. Cat is top ten on most people's lists. A brilliant fucking stand up comedian. Got on the stage. I do. He's like. Do people realise he'll go into a city and he'll talk about the city for like twenty minutes and shit like that. Killing my listen, I, I got no problem with Cam only problem with this to some of the things he was saying can apply to him when he said that, you know he was using Tiffany. Haddish didn't write girls trip. You know what I'm saying? But you give props for that. Like you think actually writes the movies he was in think cat Williams actually wrote his role in Atlanta at one him EMMY. Literally got written written. He got written into a role has a pimp and Friday after next, the next Friday, whatever the fuck Friday was he ran with that shit from then on. He has not stopped doing it. And when you not Tiffany and say, she's a negative stereotype of black women up pip as a positive stereotype of black men. What are we doing here? I like the hypocrisy argument. I don't like to don't like to dumb shit. That's what I don't like. People don't realize and catch should because he's in a game that like writing and acting or different arts and stand up. Oh, absolutely insane up. But I mean, like writing a movie and acting in a movie are completely different art forms. You know, there are certain people that something's written on a page and the decisions that they make not only about how to say it, but like how they're sitting when they say what they're doing with their hat, what they're doing their body when they say it is what creates this amazing character with Donnelley comedic, dramatic Jimmy, like every little choice, then actors. Making is not written in the script. Script doesn't say takeout cigarette puff cigarette, they might live you, you might ally. There's all these things. You're adding actors, the skill, and that's what he got nominated in one and EMMY for bringing that to the page of those word. So he has to respect it. Tiffany's persona the way that she speaking the gusto that she's bringing this character is what people are falling in love with. They're not falling in love with the words on a paper. If the same person if page read the words on the paper, whack as fuck. Maybe she's a good actor. I don't know. But no, it could be bad. Why didn't catch the desert to wander like you could have. You could have done that role and got the same results. No, no, no, you couldn't have. No, that's discrediting. You couldn't and discredit are. And discredit our ability as a comedic actor like, no, I think Tiffany's strongest thing is personality. People are drawn to her. It's not. And I think his thing about like, do know, Tiffany, haddish joke, man. Maybe people aren't familiar with her jokes, but they are familiar with her persona, right? She is become this kind of like figurehead, you know, in the way like Cardi b. is like this. What is the term spirit animal or some shit personality, yes. Oh, and by the way I can name Tiffany, haddish standard joke, but jokes that I actually watched the right, right, right. What I'm saying, I watched the end up. You have to watch stand up if you if you're if you if you don't even know, Tiffany, haddish how to fuck. Would you be able to talk about? Thank you for watching my stand up. I just wanna say, just hit my eighth clip hit a million is one. Thank you so much long way, but I'm just saying joke, listen, probably not look. So. No, the way. It's probably people that can you had eight million that have actually watched a clip. You're putting out clips of one joke. Do you know what dude to that means? People are out people probably out. They can recite Andrew, motherfucking jokes. You want us wild shit. What do you remember when we first got on TV and we had people coming up to you from TV. Remember that moment like we've gone to time square and you'd always have breakfast with some people come up to bit. You'll from guy code or something like that. And that was the first transition, right? You're like, ooh, I'm used to being recognized on the radio, but this is TV some little fucking kid from Alabama and never from or no, not not deal. We recognize the name. There's a different modem medium. So now you recognize for that, right. This is started happening for me. Being recognized for my stand up clips on YouTube, people coming up to ministry and be like, oh, hey, you're that comedians again, watch Berlin idiots or something like that. Like, no, I seen your stand up on YouTube. I just watch hours. You're standing to when I was in Europe doing shows. I thought everybody there was going to be idiots flare until we have people from fucking all over the world from the stand up over land, finding idiots, and then find flavors. It was unbelievable to me is a huge platform, bro. Number one in a number two. Oh, it's easier to get to air. Got you. They're constantly. It's made me change my entire view on on content because a lot of times we're watching a TV show because it is what is on a lot of times we'd be sitting at home right before the internet. We'd be watching TV show. I'm being I kind of like the show what's happening next. Cal watch a little bit of it bubble, whatever you watch on YouTube. Is your choice hundred percent. So you're taking credit for that discovery. I can't tell you every single day Piedad discovered on YouTube, and then what else you realize you got a laptop if you've got a laptop when you go to YouTube YouTube, especially algorithm for you, the shit that you watch the most the shit that they're gonna show you first on your mother, fucking homepage. Like mine is like Bishop TD, Jakes breakfast, club content. You know what I'm saying? That's what it is. So it's like they're gonna show you. So you probably in a bunch of algorithms. Right. Fucking shit. That's why you gotta be careful what you because when you die, they're gonna look at your YouTube. Let us focus on their bro is the place to watch odd shapes. The place where you go to watch odd shit. I wanna see something fucking out. I go to YouTube if I like going down a wormhole of YouTube clips that favorite thing to do is watch people talk about me. You told me this is your cutting 'cause it's the dumbest. It's it's a bunch of dumb Muslim conspiracy theorists, right? If the funniest shit in the world, because I used to be that person, I used to be the person sitting at home, watching things about whoever whole Diddy and be like these mother fuckers really be sacrificing hamsters, bro. All these mother fuckers really be drinking, go blood and shit like, oh shit, did he really got big killed just to become a billionaire like this stupid shit. So it's like when I see people talking about me is the funniest shit in the world. I love about the sacrificing things is like one in anybody Killa hamster to be Jay z. At the mall is sacrificed. Like, have you want you decide. I like the pest on fire. Jay Leno loosely. Give me. Whack-a-mole on tap day as timber. On speaking of sacrifices. Did you see Jesse Williams? Did tell me about this? Well, I gave donkey today this week to everybody who is taking this. Everybody was acting like the Nike logo, the black power fees. Okay. Okay. Everybody who was acting like a knighthood is the dashiki. Yeah. All right. The cabinet. Captaining the business deal with Nike. All right, Nike understand something that a lot of you emotional motherfuckers on there are no permanent friends, our enemies. When it comes to business, crate Nike is selling guns, the both sides, eating all the money. That's what I show jersey. NFL bayside to deal with capitalistic great cabinet. You get that money, you invested into the, you know your rights camps, invested into the black and Brown communities. Cool, right? But everybody like I love Jennifer. Lewis, Jennifer Lewis, ward Nike outfit till award shows to the the Emmys and says, she's making a statement. The Nike logo is not a symbol of resistance people. Yeah. All right. It's a fucking Nike logo. That's it. Nothing more. Nothing less to act like this shit is like can take cloth is ridiculous. Yeah. Yeah. You know what I mean? And I was breaking down to ticks on the radio today. I'm gonna read some of these. Yeah, not that either. Just interesting statistics, how much can we celebrate Nike because you are celebrating Nike when it happened, you thought it was a good idea. I thought it was a good idea for any sneaker company assigned Colin cabinet, got specifically say the first nica company that signed Colin Kaepernick is gonna win and win big, and which they have. What does this six billion thing that I'm Mark. For Nike has increased at jumped to six billion. They made it seem like increased six billion, not on the market. Value total has increases, could have been at five hundred ninety nine billion and then just went up to they say, since the capital campaign jumped jumps to six billion market value increased by six billion dollars. How could the market value of Nike increased by six? What went up to the highest ever been period eighty nine dollars. Some crazy shit like billion dollars. Mike is a billion dollar company. Ninety six billion dollar increase marketshare cabinet better be getting a lot of fucking money out of that. Nike. That's great Ayton pose. They're not gonna give them a piece of Nike. Well, if you want equity buy some shares up to there's equity, it's free on open market at home trying to find. I got the article, but there's no wifi in here. But why? What is the article sent to article is saying that you know, even on the headline is right here. The headline is despite progressive rebranding, Nike donates mortgagee did to the GOP of course, then anybody, right? Of course, you know that. Why is that. So is this apprising to people? Eight company donate to both sides. That's exactly what they do. Okay. So ninety nine months doesn't as well. They tried to run him under the fucking river. Whatever that term is. Mike is sixty. One percent more merchandise, call it, Nike. You're not a fucking saying nyc Nike. Well, since Lana Colin cabinet. Again, Nike is sold sixty one percent more merchandise, right? And they asked the question is a strange dot com, but his Nike's political spending reflect progressive values, say low, say Nike contributed over four hundred grand Republican candidates in GOP with only one hundred twenty two Democrats that means seventy percent of the company's political contributions to the GOP. Phil Knight. Almost half of this year donations came from him. They donated one point, five million to Oregon Guber national candidate Newt Buhler who is a Republican who wants to support lower taxes for corporations in in Oregon sanctuary laws for undocumented immigrants today saying you wanted to put progressive companies. Great, but Nike. He wants to keep immigrants in their countries so they can continue making his sweatshirts for really cheap assure. Now he's a businessman, right? You know, permanent friends and enemies. When it comes to business as a black person, you have the right to vote for black issues. Even if that same candidate might not give a fuck about Asian people. You have the right to vote for just your thing. And as a business owner, who stands to make hundreds of millions of dollars from lowering taxes. He also has the right to vote for lowering taxes and ignore sanctuary city or whatever that thing is. He's not pro sanctuary city per se. He's just pro lowering taxes. His thing. I don't care who he gives his money to all our want motherfuckers do stop running around acting like the Nike logo is the fucking Malcolm x. let's be honest with each other, oh, mother, folks didn't want to wear them. Does she? He's much longer brought out, didn't match with a lot of Jordan's it. There's not a lot of alphabet together with, but the second night became the new shit, but listen Bishop. They should. They shouldn't do Nike Sundays at churches, right? Fucking metro Baptists. Albany next Sunday is having Nike Sundays the sermon will freeze on the subject of being more than congress. Look at this shit. The fly has Colin cabinet on it with a fucking Nike check like no man, no, you're going to fucking far. Nike is a corporation. That's it. Nothing more. Nothing less all the success of Black Panther and they and they literally went, go talk to your eyes are open you. Nike didn't have a huge marketing meeting about this. You don't think they didn't wait every pro and every con, but you Honda wasn't on the wall. You got. Gone to me, you know what they had their arms like fuck on or they had their arms crossed and they just removed one right? That looks like a Nike tech. They might say, you know what? We should offer chat with bozeman deal. Somebody's sitting. Kill monger now. Got a real life to Java name is Colin Kaepernick, and we already got him on the books that activate the candy. That's. That's what that's what happen. Listen. I am happy for Colin when Colin Nike apparel comes out, I am going to rocket, but I am not about the sit here and act like the Nike logo is the new black. What's the most Dubuque black power. What's the new black power fist, there's no new black. Well, you know what? You, listen. If you want to make a stand when you go wash, why not wear? Right now where I'm with captured. What I'm saying right now, why not wear a black lives matter shirt like where something that is the actual statement or something that people look at it and say that is part of the resistance. Why Nike is Nike is safe. You show up to award show with Nike on your shirt. Nobody does what you're really doing. You know what I'm saying? You give little winks to the camera during a blow to the Cameron that's safe. You ain't really people don't really know that's a symbol of resistance because it's not Jennifer. Lewis just wanted to be comfy rate. Thank great. She was like, I got to be woke and comfy. I love by the way. I loved you for Lewis. This is not a shot at Jennifer Lewis at all. But when you see God like Jesse Williams, taking the the nyc, you know, Nike slang. I what was the saying? Sacrificed everything. Oh, yes. Has has has has has has, oh, it's on my bed Tele. Got me here with notes and I'm sitting here not reading the shit, right. Okay. Yes, believe in something even if it means everything and you got Emmett till mother standing over his casket, first of all, Emmett till was not a sacrificer until got killed by white supremacists. It was not a sacrifice, the sacrifices. If you know he would have given his life for a greater cause, he got murdered, that's not a sacrifice. So this doesn't even make any sense, and you're selling a movie. So what you did, what you can flare into things, you took the Nike ad campaign. You took Emmett till you put it together and you thought it was about to go viral motherfucking and it did, but not in the way that you wanted to him. Jesse win. So yeah, he he removed and everything. Why we gotta go. Late full white. What start. It's six, ten. Building. Almost how much, how much have we give the people. We'll do ten ten more math. So what I'm black. This one privilege, some movie, three privilege. Okay. Let him have it. Good business. What's the movie for its night school. They all everybody goes eight o'clock. The only person there waiting online. Thing. Saying this, what Jesse Williams, there was wrong and the reason it was wrong and it's not even really his fault. It is, but it's not. This is actually something I would expect to see a corporate boardroom full of coacher clueless people do, but Jesse got caught up in the hype of everybody out acting like the Nike logo. If Nike logo is the new black Nike shares just drop a ten percent. Every time you say the Nike logo. He got caught up in the height. It's not even his fault, right? The ended down of that he got caught up in the hype of everybody else's hype, and it caused him to make a mistake like it doesn't have to be accountable to be accountable. Well, he's an intelligent to this guy is like a research nuanced dude. He didn't. He didn't not think about this ought to be hype in his area show. So he's he's a, he's an intellectual Hiep's hard not to be in his era. If we we're, we're, we're sitting around right now. Yeah, we see everybody going crazy about something we're gone jumping on social media probably that's what is most people can't. They can't turn down. Award. They can't turn down a treat. If you're being patted on the back for good behavior for any behavior, you continue to do that fucking behavior. Yeah. So that's what it was. He got caught up in the hype train, and he wants to make a movie about MIT has a movie with promoting his movie. It says till coming soon with Nike, yes. Now with Nike, but he it was based off the Nike memes. Does as the bullshit it's okay. It does sound like some bullshit, but I know that the only thing that's going to be taken from this entire clip is. And I think he said the n. word at around fifty, seven fifty seven minutes and thirty two seconds. Stop saying Neagh, say. Those placards to be quiet when they didn't know about the Cosby show. During this guy was total Chirc bills. All right. Dream into a reality was squarespace guy squarespace makes it easier than ever to launch your passion project, right? Whether you're looking to start a new business, showcase your work, published content, sell products, and more squarespace is the tool for you with beautiful templates created by world classes, honors any ability to customize just about anything with a few clicks. You can easily make beautiful website yourself square spaces, powerful ecommerce functionality lets you sell anything online. Okay. 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We're actually doing it on Tuesday because I got a fly Wednesday morning out to Portland. I show you never question our commitment to this pike. I tried very hard to come back. The reason podcasts was late last week is because I was gonna fly back in so we could do the podcast Friday morning and then we put it out Friday with out of the university alley side, get arrested, fuck it up for everybody piece of shit. What a jerk about guys free. We are fucking down with their claws here about the level of the podcast and a major. Ooh, ooh, we we have. We have a producer now. Her name is Taylor Taytay. I think she she produces about the level and we tell you what she does not produce answers about the Cosby show. Anyway, about the level of the podcast. We we do respect our brand new, brilliant idiots. I, I give a fuck about the podcast. I'm always giving a fuck about the podcast, and I'm gonna be honest with you, man. Companies out here like to ask him, Chris, nobody knew this. Companies companies want to Joe that Chris, wow. Wow. This company jumping. Bill copy just about and the Marsha, he looked like a sad. Chris, you here to tell you. We are the official sponsor of the Nike Emmett till movie. Chris, all I'm saying is about the level up the podcast games of major. It's a big business. It is business and people look into this is is a very viable property and that's, that's all I can tell you all right to talk to you. So make sure you check out coins, make sure that you check out these comedy shows. We're sorry, just wanna short next week. I'm gonna. Get back out. Have a nice long. We'll be back in a flow next week. Yes. Well, we had a little busy shit. I was out there in Europe for a couple of weeks. You know, Charlemagne's having babies shit. That's right. It gets, it gets crazy, but look, it's going down. You gotta you gotta on our right. For how this is when I, this is when. Coming out. About. Not working. Okay. I'm going to I'm singing fucking Mary. 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Episode 647: Andy Mineo

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Episode 647: Andy Mineo

"From the creators relevant magazine. This is the relevant podcast. It's Tuesday, October ninth, two thousand eighteen and it's the Roman podcast. I'm your host. Cameron Strang in here with me in our Orleans, does studios on the ones. The twos are less trees engineer, my brother Taylor strain. He gets like the longest build up Skype line from Loveland land, Virginia, Jesse, Kerry alot from Nashville, Tennessee, Tyler Huckabee. Everybody in down the street. Author speaker renown cowgirl any down internationally. Recognize. If you didn't catch Friday's episode, we don't only do stuff inside jokes at span shows, but Chili's spanned it and Annie's Cal reference. Yeah. Speaking of the chili staff, king, calm down, going to Chili's and tweeting us about it. By the way, this is ninety seven. Chilly stock with no reason to stop. There is documenting their child's first visit, the Chiles who live in Canada, where there's no chilies are traveling to the US to visit chilies people. I commend them. I found a smackdown picture. I was randomly scrolling through various Instagram's. They looking for. Old pictures, and I thought one of you and I at Chili's and I think the date is two thousand eleven. Yeah. No, it's because we were making fun of Chile's on the show, Batman it in and you came down and visit, you know, as you came down to visit and as a joke, ironically, lunched at Chili's and I took a picture of it. That's how long chilies uments are our years long, love affair. With a wink and a smile, ironically, and then it turns sincere which are now you guys are all going to Chile's as they should as everyone is the strangest most beautiful thing. They're low on those chips and salsa because of. Do you go Cameron Jesse to places, ironically, decide of curiosity, because that's a very big commitment to a where. Ironically, I go to Wiwa with complete sincerity. Like I've trying to think of somewhere I would go Iran, maybe like a waffle house. So art guy Rahm, but awful houses even pretty good late at night. If you're gonna waffle house? Yeah, in real life. I don't go places ironically, but when Jesse Knight travelled together, we will go to places that they kind of smile. Yeah, yeah. Can I have a weird speaking of going out to the weird thing I was going? I was getting breakfast this morning and I went through like a Starbucks drive through and the I tried to just guess my order. I didn't even order. He's like he was like and a Turkey bacon biscuit. I'm like, no, not even close. Usual. This is like a place Jesse. I rarely go. We were out of coffee, so decided to go get some. And I was like, wow, narrowing your breakfast. I order a beverage in the person discharged guessing what I was gonna order next and he took like three guesses unprompted like I didn't say. Early have like five things. All three. You're wrong. I'm like, no. I would would've stopped. Yeah. It was so weird. It was in the drive through. The drive through. Thought he knew he had a little camera. It had a little camera. So I think he was sizing me up and just guessing. But like every time he was saying it as if he was confirming the order. That's how confident he was. And I was like, he expected you even if you were planning to order go. Yeah, yeah. But he was like I said, it wasn't even like he was waiting for a response. It was like, okay, you'll take the large iced coffee and the Turkey bacon cheddar burger or Turkey bacon cheddar biscuit. No, definitely not. I don't want that. Okay. Let me just confirm. Let me I have a large ice coffee and they said, another one I'm like, no. And then I ordered like the other sandwich. It was just very strange. It set my day off. Very weird. I've been thinking about that action all day and I don't think I'm going to be like them window. What did he say? Was he like, sorry, I was. Else. It was somebody else somebody else you got someone fire. I don't know. I don't know. I don't know. I don't know if they were fired refer. The time I drove to the window to or this is just sicko working Starbucks who just sitting there looking at the little monitor just randomly guessing people's order says they pull up. It's stuck with me all morning and I'm not gonna be able to let it go because it just seem wildly inappropriate like don't just guess. Hear me out here. I'm the customer. I didn't come to play like, you know, breakfast, food roulette. Let me let me just place an order. It was very odd, very Holly, didn't even work there. He probably just like grabbed the headphones off somebody while they were making drinks just as playing it makes me wonder how many people he does that for how many people are just like, okay. Non-confrontational? I am. I just want to accept it. What did for Turkey bacon. Says, if you saying, this is what you're getting, it was very. I know for a fact I would have taken the first thing he told me I was getting that. That's just my like passive charge for nothing. Pull around. Three guesses. Jesse three is three is like one you're kind of going? Oh, I think it's my guy, my regular and then the says, no, like, oh, no more. Would you like sir? No, this guy kept out. I like the cut his Jesse. I don't. I don't. I don't know what was happening there. The transactions are like in a very when something when curb thrown at you in transaction, it throws things off off here. Like I know this how this is supposed to work and it's not working that way. You know you and I both had not not great breakfast situations every morning. We have a one. We have a wonderful coffeemaker at the office when these. Talion Superdome attic machines were it'll make you all the different types of coffees tastic if you have an engineering degree from them. Press two buttons one or the other. You need to either have the ability to have an engineering degree or the ability to press two buttons. Presidents Latins while it's like walk into wal. Jesse super lab trying to mix all the ingredients. Our machine anyway, I every morning every morning without fail. Come in here and get a lotta Mak Jato you know, it'll make perfectly steamed milk. You know, a double shot of Espresso. It's great and and come into the podcast studio. And this morning did that and the steam Dubuque look tonky. Weird. I was kind of rushing in here and I drank it anyway. And. I'm just telling you, I kind of have nauseous sweats happening right now. Like, I don't know what to know the sickest I've ever been. Jesse hold on. You do need to tell us that story came. And are you telling me that you currently while we've been sitting here poisons yourself? I. Prior to recording this episode, I consumed something I thought looked off, but I've made without any problems countless times. So surely it's fine. Maybe it was just maybe I stirred it wrong. I'm telling you, I'm not feeling right cameras. I don't. But the sickest I've ever been remember down, I mean, violently it was been with you when you have been violently ill multiple times, so please don't this. This was way worse. I still referenced this as like if there was a four day span high, do not wish to relive it's this one. I, I was like a really hot day and I come back in from like working out and it was so hot and thirsty that I got like I poured protein in a Cup, like one of the shakers on a port, filled it with milk from the fridge and shook it up, you know, and it had all this protein in it, and it was like, what I found out was so so anyway, I do and I basically drink it in one long chug you know, I was so high without even taking time to taste it other than just like it tastes kind of weird, but you're chugging down his protein, you know? And so a few minutes later, Dana comes in. Goes force and she's, she like, starts pouring it back and she like wretches like, oh, she's like this milk smells terrible. And he started pulling and I swear this disgusting. It was like curdling out of the carton smell rank my, we have to throw the smoke. I'm like, I just drank a gigantic. Pros, say the hell that followed. I have never. I never knew that of the digestive system could do those as it was horrible. It Cameron if I were you, I would go home right now. I mean, cameras like rubbing his face theater, minds, Cameron, cameras, looking. It's not normal. Things are things are out. Trust me down this long. This is very interesting guests according to the best episode we've ever been a part of here. I'm gonna just go ahead and let's transition a segue. I'm gonna task having to pass the baton here and sit back for a few minutes. Here we go. We have great show in store few coming up later. Andy mini. Oh, is joining us. And now it's time for slow sues. Let's get the show on the road here. Go Jesse. All right. Well, this is, you know, when I picked this slice, I didn't realize that Cameron would be on the brink of extreme nausea, which you know now looks like a very regrettable decision, but I've already chosen it and I have only one way to move in that as Ford. There is a dating site. There's a dating site that's called hater. Have you guys are hater. It has. It has a really unique like. You know, kinda elevator pitch, like a lot of other dating websites. They try to match you up with people who like you have similar interests, right? They try to match you up with people who like the same things, which is intuitive approach. Yeah, but hater has different things. They try to match people up by what they dislike. So. And it comes back, oh, here's other people. Thank you. Hate what you hate. See there was I. Yeah, exactly. I mean, 'cause you don't wanna go on a date. It's like, there's a lot, you know who else likes watching football most people, but, but I don't wanna go out with someone who's like a big, you know, Nickelback fan or something like, you know. CBS sitcoms. Like I like the approach of a website that matches people up, not by their likes their their hates. It's. It's a list. What would you put on that list of things you hate though? Curdled milk. Well, okay. What's funny is you guys both named things you eat, and it turns out a lot of people who use this website that was their impulse when they're asked to match people up by the, hey, they would put things that they don't like to eat. So. He. Country music highness. No country music. Oh yeah. This country music in manny's camera you to start a war with Georgia. As is the base of most dishes there. Romanies Chandler decided, well, actually a lot of people put things they don't eat. And so what what hater did they have created a map state by state of what is the most hated food by each state. I, you know, it's funny looking at the some of the regional. You know, food hatreds. Okay. So Florida there is liquorice like black licorice percents. Oh. We're gonna let people hate it to list it. I'm kind of I kind of into dating partner. So by the way I'm gonna make sure you know, I hate black liquorice. What if they were going to take you out to the movies and had bought you black liquorice then that if your partner likes licorice, it doesn't affect your life. If your partner likes country music, it affects you. I agree. Yeah. Be smart. Okay. Georgia is tuna salad? Yeah, my home. I believe that. This one made sense, Kansas shellfish if I was in a landmark state by hundreds of miles on each side, I would choose shellfish to. That's right. That's Texas. Texas is Brian steak. Well, done steak cooked wealth here, pretty much raw in Texas. That makes sense. See Jesse, Tennessee. This is weird. Okay. I don't know of this is yes against like hippies dumpster. Diving out there if that's something that people still do, but Tennessee the most common answer on a hater for food that they don't like is foraged food. People. I do a lot of weird hippies out out in Tennessee that are that are either foraging fields or dumpster diving. They're like, don't match me up. Was one of those. Because that would be that would be a bad thing to figure out like limiting ship. I love forks, food like that affects dogs. Oh, you don't? Oh, shoot. I thought this is gonna wear. You wanna be. You do want to be clear all related. Delaware who had the corner piece of a brownie as their as their mutually hated. We'll go straight for that middle. No, you gotta have gotta have the textural variety. You gotta have the the crust? No, no, no. You want all soft and melting dumpster diving is alive and well. By the way I have a dumpster in front of my house because the house renovation daily, I see people crawling around in it, what's? Yeah? Sometimes on Saturday, if they know him there, they'll knock on the door and ask, you know, but like, yeah, yeah, no, looking for they're looking for like building supplies, right? I'm throwing it's a whole. It's not food, of course not. It's. It's all. Yeah, it's renovation scrap and stuff, but I mean, they're looking for scrap wood or any medal or anything like that, but then but there I'll throw like you know, some old furniture things in there to knowing that it'll get taken and it does, which is great because it keep him out my dumpster. Yeah, so, well, I mean speaking of food that is garbage Missouri for some reason there was I'm trying to. Wrap my head around this one. There is the last bite of a hot dog. My question is why wouldn't technically be the first and last bite? Because how do you know? Because it's the same also how many people hand list the last fight of a hot dog. Decide. Yeah, there's there's like some serial dater Missouri uses taking people on bad dates and feeding the last night of hot dogs jersey. I didn't see this one coming because I thought this was the official beverage of jersey. Jesse. Just you have a question about the last by the hugs when that them what a cocktail weenies. Exactly. That's just all wanted gross bite. Yes. I say why? When the cocktail. Blanket if any, what a gift says are. Okay. Sorry, going a true choice. Man of my favorite part of having dinner parties are house parties is that I get to go to Costco and by the the frozen pigs in a blanket and do a whole sheet of them. And then I can pound about half of it before the friends get there at the end. The only good thing ever going to like a baby shower because the worst there so is like, yeah, they'll probably have a crock pot full of those little Swedish meatballs that are delicious, and they'll probably bring out the pigs in a blanket like that just baby shower or okay, but now you know, Dessi I don't know if you guys did this, so fleas forgiving if you didn't. But you know, I think now we're in an era of it's not just baby showers. You have to go to. You have to go to gender, reveal parties to Tyler has has sliced. Transition? Well, let me let me let me just wrath real quick. The official, the most hated food, New Jersey. And again, I thought this was like the lifeblood of New Jersey. It's weird that gas station wine was the most hated food in New Jersey, Virginia, my home state, this was we're, this is very odd because this isn't even food. It's an action. Dabbing pizza, Greece with a napkin was the most hated. I'm totally just eat the pizza. Again. I'm trying to think of flu the context of a dating thing. So. Okay, if you're on a pizza date with somebody and you're sitting there dabbing something that grosses you out, you know. Okay, sure you don't want. Okay, fine. Gas store, wine. I mean, it's like this is wine. It's not like they're bottling it. It's not wow wine. It's just wine that there. But the point is the point is that you're bonding over a mutual hatred of it. You're both. Drives me. Nuts drives me nuts too. I hate when people do. Okay. So I thought it was more like you don't want you wanna make sure that the partner doesn't do the thing that you hate. Okay. You're saying that we both are going to sit around and and judge the people who do the thing. We both. That's what I'm seeing. All right. Or or you just want to go on a date with someone who brings, you know, one, I don't know what a gas wouldn't be cheap wine because they would. Because they would. What what my assumption here is the lot of dudes on the Nashville on the New Jersey dating scene just race on the way to the date and literally pick up while while branded. On that. Oh, windsor. Business box. Yeah. Yeah. It's so much that they've all United on hater dot com. While wind the sound of somebody with a stutter saying the word wine. For someone who's had a little too much. One. Finally, this one totally makes sense. You know, Oklahoma, where they raise cattle and buffalo and things veggie burgers, not a fan of veggie burgers in Oklahoma. They don't want the red meat out in that part of the why. Why they either word burgers to it. I think in Oklahoma, there's not fans vegetables. Non meat. They're not meets president. Nobody mentioned Hawaiian pizza. I feel like that's a Hawaiian pizza. There wasn't wine pizza. It was. Let's see. Rhode Island, Rhode Island hates the wine about as far away from Hawaii's. You can get the US you know they, they're just geographically not favored what I mean. This is how much they love red meat, Oklahoma, one time I was driving through Oklahoma, and we went to a place that had like buffalo out in a pan outside and you would go in and order buffalo verbs and it. It was weirdly like ticking lofter's out of a loss lobster tank. Just one that buffalo with live of buffalo and I will say this it was a good Pirker, not a bad little game buffalo. I'll say this when I have the opportunity to Eton endangered animal, I always. It. You don't know how long you're going to be able to try it. That's the thing they're not. They're not going to be around much longer. You gotta enjoy eating wanted fan. So next one, panda, panda stakes, not well. My Jesse, you know when we were Molly, there is a lot of forbidden meet on that menu. That one restaurant, the entire country don't. One restaurant is there is there is some draft there is there was there was something. Yeah, I think I think Cammermeyer indulge, but Brian May are one of our friends who's with us. I think he indulged in some, you know, forbidden meets. Yeah. So really, no way of knowing either way just because you point at the draft on the menu, who knows if we're not all getting draft, you know what I mean? Like whatever's fresh get a lot of biggest, I guess. That's true. It was. It was not. We go into Fudd rockers right now. They serve me a buffalo burger. I wouldn't know that that that it wasn't gal towel with a little bit of chicken added to it. They grind it all up and call it a buffalo burger grinder. All up scored with catch up and put like ten tickles on there. Who knows what that need is. I'm pretty, I'm pretty savvy when it comes to my my different burger mates. I feel like, yeah, I feel confident Berger. What actions are there? There's there's Turkey Cowan. They have ostrich in Austria down there in Orlando, you get a bunch of different types of burgers. The try. I bet she'll get one hundred percent April across the street from restaurant. We have two very like two restaurants side by side that are specialized in like like exotic burgers until. Mad about wall burgers because I agree fee junctions legit firm to table gourmet burgers. And then wall burgers is next door. So I can just test of different burgers. And I, I've make knock it out of the park. Now you have to which one of these is an endangered species. Which one of these tastes like Mark Walberg huge consumed. One of the last two dozen pink dolphins in the bachelor. Relation Styler, how. I get it right. I don't really care. Silverback gorilla most forbidden of meats, how was it. All right. What do you have. Joking and he's look of disgust me right now. It's yeah, I'm impressed mostly. I'm curious if anybody has anyone here ever done the gender reveal party thing. Have you been to a gender reveal situation? Now? I, I have been to one. I have been to one. I've seen the videos. I think it's very self-indulgent who cares. Yeah, I agree. It was really fun. I think they're fun, but was the, what was the? How did they do the reveal? Was it balloons? It was a k. in the middle of the cake had candy that was peak are blue. So in that cut, open the cake and pulled a slice out all these peak candy spelled out. So there's caring Cameron. I just love how anti you are like you have a firm reveal. I literally like, I don't care just born. All this may until keep keep your distance. Can't keep your keep your kid yourself. No, I just, no, it's fine. I mean, we're gonna bring a gift to the baby shower. I don't need to come twice, double dip it on the gift stuff. I don't give to gender avail party. I say, I don't know because I remember about it. What if what if there are pigs in blankets, saying around in like. What about this. It into the pigs in a blanket and a little niece, blue. Pretty. Hey, man, I got a a pipe and hot batch of blue weenies. Well, this is going to be some ammo for your side for your your take on gender, reveal parties. There's a thirty seven year old father to be by the end of Dennis sticky lived in Arizona. And last year he and his wife are putting on a gender reveal party for their friends and his this gentleman's method for repealing the gender of his of his not yet born baby was at involved a gun this Zona. And the idea was he had loaded a target full of either pink or blue powder and when he fired Tanner, right? It was pink. Pinker blue can't handwrite and it. Yeah, it was so fun whenever go to Montana. We get big old cans attain, right, and go out to fields into them and they spilled, and then after you get kind of bored with them, just exploding. So you double them up and triple month making Bank sonic booms, basically, it's pretty fun. Yeah, you would have been friends with this guy because what he did, he put a hun. Kanner Tanna right in a container but put either pinker blue powder in their blue into a either a blue or pink cloud based on the vaccine videos before they like shoot an arrow into a balloon like blows up and it's powder. Yeah, that's cool. My theory about ten writers, if a quarter pound is good, five pounds is better. Get a bigger container and just fill it up. See what happens. I don't know how much how much stand right dentist Dickey put into this target, but it ended up being maybe Dickey is his name. Ended up being maybe a little too much. He Nikki is actually his nickname kind of nickname, is his college buddies gave him because it was, you know, his first name and then his favorite item of of apparel that always wore. Just kinda stuff Dickie pants always know those Dicky's the little Dicky there. Yeah, the little shirt wear under your shirt a little time. I want the style of turtle neck, but I don't want the, you know. You know, heat the heat that's required under the sweater. I'm basically just wearing the turtle neck collar because it's hard to not look at, you know. So it didn't just likes to wear one without likes to wear that. I like I like him. He's stylish. He also a pump firing, the exploded like it was supposed to some sparks nearby brush some of the sparks they set on fire. He attempted to put it out but was not successful. The ensuing wildfire torched forty, seven thousand acres of. One in eight million dollar a, the CASA state, eight million dollars, but time it was all the way put out numerous home evacuations no deaths. Thankfully everybody made it out before the fire got to their got they live, but he is being he's being hit with a pretty healthy five. He owned up to a right away. Then sticky is is in is in honest, man. In the in any case, he was caught on film by a witness. So there was. For him to run away immediately when there was a wildfire there, like how much you wanna bet it's sticky down. This is. Saves a prime suspect before they even. I think I would get along with this ticky I, I let Montana on fire when I was there last. Remember that story contain also have like an an experience channel. Camry involved a pretty big fire burned down swamp, but it was. It was just an acre. I mean, it was fine. But yeah, I've had a lot of things on fire over the years earned down a whole swap Cameron. My friend tolleys house. We cut his backyard on fire. I do feel like you sticky because I feel like Dennis sticky has the same disdain for gender reveal parties. He's feel like he, his wife really wanted one, and he's like super reluctant. He's like, I'll do one on one condition. I'm not a coffee can full of Tanna. Right? And she's like, okay, whatever it takes. I just want our friends the find out an exciting way. If we're having a boy or girl little, did he know he would start an eight million dollar wildfire, but still he got his way. So some point at some point MRs Dickey must've said, don't you think this is going to start a business, a little dangerous and Dennis Dennis is he's a practical, nothing's gonna have I like Asha Tanna. Right? And you blow it up and it's just a puff of smoke. Like I don't know where the fire part of it happen. There was a spark it could have been from like what whatever the target was made out of, I don't know, but maybe there was like a coffee can or some sort of metal in it that probably wasn't the Tanta right at Fino Dennis sticky. Like I think I do only his name. I would resume that Dennis sticky also Schrafft's Bob rockets or something to this Tanna. Right? And figuring to do a little homemade fire. Did this thick. He's the guy who says we're gonna fry her Dunkin this, this thanksgiving, and he's out in the backyard, but didn't quite read the instructions on how to deep fry it. And it's one of those explosive things in Turkey. Goethe's AM only has visit the burn unit for standard. Dennis sticky everyone. There's a little footnote here that I'm really curious about as punishment dentist. He agreed he had heated debate, two hundred twenty thousand dollars restitution, five years probation. That's a big deal to the last one is the one I'm most excited about. He is agreed to take part in a public service announcement for the forest service. I can't wait to see this thing. You guys look, you really gotta be careful out there one minute. You're all you're having a good time distribution defined the gender of your new baby. Can happen hypothetically, you could start a wildfire. The constant. I love that. I love I love creative, punishments, creative judgment like that. You know that. Surprises me. Of course, you. Know he along with this gigantic fine and probation for just for literally an accident. You know that we are going to publicly shame. You buy you dinner sticky starring in a public service campaign for anyone who didn't read about this news story or Fernie pod forty one who didn't listen to the podcasts at talked about it. We're going to air your face on TV where you have to talk about the worst be more to this. They went and punish someone that massively for a simple mistake, right? He has done that. He knew was that that is the legal. Why think that's one of the go to prison because I do it intentionally put sill. It caused a giant wildfire. You know most of the states grasslands fair. It is really unfortunate because it wasn't accident. But I mean, sounds like he's not putting up a big fuss about it. Two hundred thousand. That's a lot of money. A lot of money. Yeah. No, they say, did it say if he's having a boy or girl. The last line of the report that I'm reading says, the gender of his baby has yet to be publicly for. The irony of it all blue Tang powdered in work. So. Man, poor Dennis. All right. What do you have any? I I have a question for you. Cameron? Can you give us a health update. Catch my second wind. I feel like I kind of pushed through the first way took it took a day for it really hit and when it did it was hard. It was like a lightning. Boise hours to really, really like, go check. Yeah, gut check. I was just a little gut check with Gavin. So this one of my favorite things that we've talked about here is Wendy's and Wendy's Twitter account and how all these different brands have these Twitter's people follow the brand's not necessarily because they love the product as much as they just love the person who is running that Wendy's Twitter account, wherever love the, the secret voice behind their well deal. No, the brand stake them, the frozen sliced. Very familiar stake them. I believe you are Virginia. I believe that. Have you had a steak? No, no, I haven't. I e stake all when I was a kid. When I was a kid, we use eat steak all the time. It's basically like frozen thin sheets of stakes that you just don't wanna pan and cook, like on a sandwich stakes there at stake. It's shocking me this is this is a slice of a self. I'm talking marketing outta sake them Bevere. Have Chandler stay calm? Nope. How is it that you guys have? Never. I feel like this is like fame like everybody me with stadiums is Tyler Huckabee with perfect strangers. I've never even heard of him. Stake him stake the UM. Ams, steak. You m m a steak like them. Leave. I cannot believe you guys not only not had them, but never heard of them. They're delicious. Let's say it's like I don't even totally know what they are you. Okay. So like I said, imagine thin like frozen like you'd buy them near hot pockets, thin, frozen pieces of like steak and roast beef that you put in a frying pan and you cook it for a minute, and then you put it on a sandwich. You have a giant, the evid- like a delicious steak sandwich stay comes. Making remember. Stack on. Didn't you say. According to the internet, drinking spoiled. Milk can cause food poisoning, but also you can be fine. So you might be fine. So here's the deal about Mike stomach. I've I, I've eaten years of the tamales and how much myself a good gelatinous coating on all my energy. I know. You know. Just pop that little drink a lot of it though. So that's tuna, three gallons of diet coke day a whole lot that's going to get through. That's not harsher than what I want his eaten worse than me. And if. I said, no, no chance through. Okay. Guzzled it entire glass of it. Jesse. How much you think typically have the stomach of a Billy goat when it comes to. Start introducing Garrod and all the way from West Virginia with the stomach ability goes. Multiple food poisoning 's. Thrives after a good food poisoning Jesse, Gary. Okay. Here's my stake in slice. So their Twitter is one that none of us follow because none of us are staking fans, but is one of those kind of snarky that's kind of known for its. It's Wendy's like handling of the internet. And then at the end of September, whoever runs the stadiums account went on this like rant about what it's like a manifest. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. It's like this rant about why millennials are turning to brands to follow and why they're listening to brands and it is fascinating. I mean, the really the I want regional thing by the first question is, why are so many young people flocking to brands on social media for love guidance and attention will tell you I there is slated for real communities working service jobs. They hate while barely making ends meet in her living with unchecked personal mental health problems. And then he just keeps he or she just. Keeps going there. You're referring to the person. This is steak right stake. I'm just keeps going and talks about how the parents of the millennial generation have caused them to feel this way. And how even though they have access to internet all the time and people all the time, it is actually made them nam and less feeling. I mean, it is it is an unbelievable rain about and it's just like a brand that that makes slice stakes talking about how young people me delight, stop depending on brands on social media and make them feel loved and accepted. It was fascinating. I think we've been waiting for years for this sort of prophetic wise voice of generation. Urge from the noise of the of the digital world that we've created to, you know, to break through the content cycle to to rise up and be a guiding light to mental health, and but you positively and its finance here and is the voice of stakes. Thank you stake. We will follow you. Some beautiful. I mean, it's worth going in reading from September twenty six. It's really like thoughtful, and then you go like who stepped in to stake like Twitter account that day is that the normal person is that. Yeah. Did they run it up the corporate flagpole. They're like, hey, you know, let's go talk to Mr. steak Mr.. Metro board. The board has approval on this new shot. His first name is steak. Jesse. His last name is it's just Mr.. Yeah, let's get board approval on our new strategy which is to analyze the cultural affects of technology addiction millennials. What do you think that's a good way to sell sliced money? You're you're saying you're saying stay comes is like a fashion brain, like Nicole Miller or Tory Burch like it's just his first and last name is the brand? Yeah. Okay. Steak. Yeah. Like ironically, his first product wasn't slice stakes. He just, you know, Jeff Holman dice until he was like, oh, you know, I should try my name. Writes it. So it's I in that dim business stake jeans. Seller. Seller. All right. Well, they'll do it for sciences, stay tuned. Next, Andy mini joins us. To Cup sport. This is why in party at the beginning of the podcast heard era Zona with freaking out Zona. They were last issue relevant rapper. Andy Mineola has just released the second series of autobiographical EP's that make up his new album. He also just kicked off the better late than never tour with the Cray and words played, which continues through November, do not miss it. We recently spoke with Andy about the new EP. The vision for the album in some of its standout tracks. Here is our conversation dandy minium. Nobody class. I got graded petty picture rally, even. And. Let's talk about the airline, the sort. I wanna know what, what was the? What was the impetus or the idea for doing this, this trilogy of EP? Well, a couple reasons. Some of it was personal business. What's happened over the last few years has become. Strangely perfectionist, and insecure and finishing full body of ward starting to become a bigger bigger task because I see everything that goes into releasing a product, which is I this, your album. Now we're going to promote it. Gonna put on the money binded and try to, you know, get promotion and buyers and exercise indoors day. It just it mounts up a lot of pressure to perform. So that was becoming harder and harder for me to finish the song. I'm wanted to the next one. It'd be like missing my perfect body of twelve, a lot of pressure because once you have success, your biggest fear is that you'll lose this, you know, and. You know all days one, two on the record. Moving onto the next. So more and more fear is mounting up getting harder to many of songs. And on top of that, I don't have a producer have somebody at work. Constantly to help bring to life. I'm always working with different. Artists musicians for short periods of time. Like, you know, going into studio work with them for like a week and then bagel back to being an honest himself were down. So I don't have like a cope elaborated. I tell me bring my music across the finish line, and that makes it really difficult to have cohesiveness and your production in the near sound and honestly, to finish stuff. So I'd become a lot of ways my own producer and I have to outsource things. Perfectionist, I'll and sitting in front of my computer and tweaking songs and making all the decisions about myself and overthinking doing way too much, and they can just sit on my hard drive forever. And so the people that are around here like nanny ESO many songs been music, they're not releasing somebody's not finish. And you know, when I get in with other people that like producers that I trust easier to make decisions and liberal them and move on and make the next city. So I think that I think some of my just like my created team that lost in my own insecurity don't help and making the decision creating religion concept myself, and that just might up to tons of songs my heart dot. So one of the sauce was, how did we get with our to the world and be a lot more consistent because it's been a couple years while at album projects, but my own personal album. So my team and I just kinda came up with this lower like anxiety ridden from these process Romy strategy, which was the state's quiet more confident gift fans more content more regularly and get back into the groove, releasing music. And testing the market. You know, I came from a time where I felt like whatever you release had to be, you know, now it's just like you can release music and it's bizarre. So quickly. There's no dislike people listen to it and you just the way the next thing he just give them the next thing. Bounding, probably the last time to drinks on me. James. What is interesting about your music in particular is you've always been very open about some of these insecurities lyrically. You dress like this perfectionist drive. You have you dress some of the fear that you're not gonna measure up to your own standards that you set for yourself? Do you ever feel like that. Do you ever worry that you get like a little too revealing on some of this net by like being this open about your insecurities, you're going to ruin your brand or your reputation. Yeah. I mean, that's always a a line that you. That you walk when you're being born abo-. Right? But here's the thing is. What I typically learned in life is that people aren't monitorable because they're afraid of being shamed, right vulnerable because you know people to see, we really are bend, people reject us, push this further away. But when I'm noticed in my life is that people actually are drawn in closer when people are being vulnerable, and they're more in beard and they're more. Less likely the lease because they feel next to you, or they feel like someone understand them until very counterintuitive thing to be vulnerable. I think people don't leave when your water. Why think they draw closer and they, they're more than what that's not. That's not for every circle. You know, saying your fans particularly will more John to that and and people, you know, there's always gonna be people that are going to take on ability to you. But I thought I thought my brand off from the beginning like yours for sale, like being as heroes. Like, you know, we buy these heroes. Lead project images on them. You know, there's going to be vulnerable about my stuff and all of my music. I think that's why one of the ways that I'm described fan is like very personal and human, and then fun. Like another word that's often used. We show. I don't know. That's how I am the person I think just translates into listen. Music. Five, nine. About. Team. You have social conscious designer albums. Talk about God. Talk about, talk about like marital fidelity, how, how do you make sure that what you're doing? Is it just like trying to cash in on a moment that social Justice, social consciousness, hyper attention. Morality is having, but it's the myth authentic, but Israel to you, how do you do that? A couple one is we were making music about that stuff before it was cool. That out before it had popularity soda. One thing is no benefit for us to do that too. I think music is supposed to be a place for honesty then and like. That's just a constant wrestle. Have anytime approach music and art is like, I can be honest here. How can I say like right from the heart stuff in the last every artist feel or at least me, I'll say me attention of seeing what words in what's big and what's awesome and saying, come wanna be a part of that and then going well, how do I just be honest to me and true to me? So. You know, you can start wrapping right in a rabbit, whatever, leered and be like, I have to sit there in front of the table. I read back and go, this isn't meat. That doesn't sound like me. It's not. It's not something that I would say and I can start to. I have to even if it's really great to really good near it, and it's really good thing. I say this. You mean you know being influenced by some less popular right now, this cadence and it'd be or whatever. And that's a real Russell. I'll show the people in the this is great. Mating should release it as an artist. You always have to be true to yourself and know yourself and know your brand, what you want to end up being where you want to go. And so I think just authencity is the thing that most people wrestled through life and taking the artists when they go that tension and. Success, you know, and it seems like Indira out which is to not be yourself or the be someone else. Yeah, you just yourself really hard questions. Would still be this one. This one. Keep McCaw close jokes, man, I'm sick being dope. They hardly notice and these joints, it never sell, but you're, they still the code is feel like Philly steak down his that things scribble make you a little. They tell me to choose the side but added side in the middle. I can handle that. Kid could dribble and over think what the income like Cinco hat failed designed FRANZ and twenty years. Trying to think of mind, open matches fatness decide to live. Right, but I'm trying to practice tuned up next. Asked Jesse. Listening to yellow days as how can I love you? Okay. It is time for our weekly give back. We are. We are charitable. We wanna help you live your best life now and we for the last month or so have been instead of doing the week we have been doing asked Jesse. This is where you go on Twitter arrow podcast and ask Jesse, you post some of your big life questions, and Jesse answers them here on the show. He has not read these unprepared for the, we keep him blind. So that is always the weirdest quickly. He comes up with the weirdest answers and has had no the weirdest. I mean, a lot of these are just intuitive human. Yeah, yeah. Obviously, that's not something that person of such moral compass. As I really think about just Brad Nixon went on Twitter and asked, you said, I'm a thirty six year old father of three of been living that marital bliss life for twelve years. I don't have life insurance. I feel like I should get life insurance, but a more frayed that if I do then my wife may kill me. Jesse, what should I do. Well, I mean, I, it's, it's concerning that his mind automatically went there. You know, I think though the that, you know he has to find out if his wife would do this. So I think he, he tells her, he buys life insurance, you know, and and then it just see if she kills it, but here's the thing. Here's the thing, Anne, yes. But as he's taking his last breath, he's like, I didn't even buy life insurance. Dies ultimate stick it to mind. The satisfaction knowing that she's not collecting that life insurance check. So it's a grim outcome, but I think that factual Jesse either way he's dies. So yeah, he's he's a dead man. So that fair in the first place. You're absolutely she's been slowly poisoned in new in preparation, so. Yeah. Yeah, you're, you're totally melt your. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Jesse Elissa meadows asks you asked Jesse if you could choose one day of the year, what day would it be? One day like this. She then this is not even hard. This is hard. Us, obviously April first because you can get away with anything. If you shout April Fools right after. I'm talking like shoplifting while you can go and try to steal something. If they catch you April Fools, totally going to pay for this. It's literally the day. You can get away with anything. Like, let's say, let's say I'm what's the last guy's name, alcohol, Dennis sticky, but say, I'm Nixon. My wife is about to murder me and she catches him in the act and she's like, what are you doing? Santa with knife? She's like April Fools thing on the life insurance. I wasn't gonna murder. You did you buy life insurance, the April Fools, just shouting it on that day. We'll get you out of anything April April first. No question. Great question by way you're Jensen ass. Away. Jensen asked Jesse my ten year wedding anniversary is next month. What should I do to show my wife? How much I love her without setting the bar too high for future anniversaries. What you wanna do is find a dry state that is. Preferably surrounded by forests or grasslands. You want to give her show that she'll never forget fun story for generations. Now I will ask this before you take make sure you're not currently on probation, but you know, maybe this maven Lange a spot on TV. Granted, it'll be an anti wildfire PSA, but still it'll be something memorable. Go out there set up some Tanna rights and fireworks and blast 'em off star wildfire. Give her show. She'll never forget easy. Question question. Andrew poll gas, you SE. I have had item stolen from my lawn on two different nights this past week. I need. I need ideas on how to catch the thief while this is. I'm so glad I well, I I'm curious, what is he putting on his lawn lawn time inflatable. So I I would say this if you have a big pirate chest like out there, just burping. That's probably your first problem, but I wanna it's a flex to the neighbors. I understand this off here. Here's here's what you wanna do afford afford this eighty four inch HDTV I'm gonna put it on the porch to show y'all. Yeah, overnight. Yeah, exactly. But you know, this is the perfect time of year to ask this question because the answer only works his time of year because a lot of people like to put like decker of scarecrows out in the yard, right. Andrew's going to need to do is he is going to fashion a scarecrow costume and now I don't know what his arm strength because he's going to have to stand out in the middle of this arms with this yard out in order to really sell it, he's going to have the, they're all all day to not just all. 'cause no, you know, because the burglars probably casing the joint and the day, this new scary. Oh, so you're gonna stand out there as long as you take as long as it takes, but at least you're out there standing as the burglaries happen and I'll tell you this, they will. You never reveal that. It's actually, you disguises scarecrow you're gonna think they're gonna. You're gonna have to convince them. It's actually a demonic scarecrow that came to life to catch them in the act of the burglary. Again, I think it will lessen. They'll never forget what, what if they tried to steal the scarecrow well, that's a kidnapping at that point. See how this thing because crooked. Yeah, because let's say they talk in the trunk of the car. They I don't know what value you would have scarecrow you're still going to give them the scare of the life when the scarecrow jumps out of the back of couse coastguards are chasing them. So either way to win win, it's a win. Lastly, people have been asking a lot of like, you know, life direction, things. You know, how do I, you know, do things that whatever we haven't had any health related questions. We have our first health. The question Ryan, all ball asks you ask, just how do I remove an awkwardly placed mole? Oh, well. So glad. Ask the guy who keeps getting stuff stolen from his yard. Dermatology questions. I think web MD and Jesse carry. Those are the only fish. Jessie. Are you assuming Hanes means face or a mole? The animal. He doesn't. He doesn't say. Because it was an awkward if regularly place mole. He's he's digging. He's digging up the yard. Up the scarecrow thing for that. Actually give them a good scare. I hear. I kind of have to know the location of the mole because. Let's say you're gonna to go year low. It sounds dramatic. Let's say on your foot or your hand or something like that. You're gonna go totally MP tation because the worst case scenario you end up with a cool can't or you end up with with one of those sweet blade five carbon fibre things over do when it's any kind of removal of something from the body overdo it, you you, you can never take too much. That's my. That's my advice. That's that surgery. Wanna one went into bigger home. Oh, her virtue. Yeah, he's, he's ego in you. Go in because you broke your finger and you just tell the doctor just take it stay just I just take it, I don't eat. Yeah, yeah. All right. Well, that's that's some great advice. Really appreciate that. 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Uprising: A Small Doses Forum (Part 2)

Small Doses

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Uprising: A Small Doses Forum (Part 2)

"Starving! Stop! Yes. This. funky! So we've got another hour to go. We're here at the small doses forum on uprising. We may not get everybody's questions. I just want to say that off tat. I want to apologize if we don't make it to your question, but you know what this is working I feel like it's working. Let me know in the comments if you feel like this is working. But I think they To add to de'andre. Crushing there's something interesting. That's going on with the fact that like so many of our kids ended up having to be home schooled and I. Know There's a lot of parents who are just like Oh my God, that's La, but it does give us a little bit more opportunity to have hands on. You know Todd Hanson hands on context building for our children right so like you may have a child that's in school and that's learning about. That I don't know. Manifest destiny. And that may be conceptualized by their teacher as well manifest destiny is the ideology upon which the explorers. From Europe set out upon the seven seas to discover new lands in the name. Of their. Rulers manifest destiny is the ideology through which people set out across America to discover. New Lands and settle them. In the name of America manifest destiny is this ideology that says that God has destined us to manifest. This is our right. Well Guess What You Grow Up. And you're like. They weren't explorers. They were colonizers. They weren't settling. They were stealing. And when you are at home now, being able to be a part of how this unit is taught to your kids, you're given the opportunity to provide that context, and to provide that very very very important nuance so that you know their consciousness is raised in a different way as they continue to move through these spaces are. We're going to go to another question for those of you who are joining us? We are here at the small doses forum on side effects of uprising, small doses is my podcast, and I've been doing for two point five years we. Approach. Different topics that over a range of lifestyle of life we've talked about side effects of being a black woman in Hollywood. We've done side effects of triggers. We've done side effects of of Side effects of the curve we've done side effects of politics side effects of free speech. We have a number of different topics that we've discussed and we've had incredible guest, and sometimes I just talk and is not, but the goal for my podcast has always been to just explore these different topics that are a part of our lives in ways that are responsible that are thoughtful, and they're compassionate I'm sure I've missed the mark sometimes, but that's always the goal, and in that respect. I felt like well. I want to be able to do that same thing. Especially considering what is going on in our nation, and what I feel like going to continue to go on in terms of a raising of consciousness, I wanna be with to approach that in a responsible way with. Thoughtfulness and compassion and opened the space for you guys to join in having that so today we have questions that are being provided by members of my new APP. The SSB society, which is a safe space to be a whole self we focus on three tenants, bides jokes, facts, and using those three tenants to provide a place for folks to be. To provide player folks of fight the power, while also fighting for their joy, and it's a membership only space because I want to protect the space and I want to make sure that people feel safe in that space. They feel safe from their employer stocking on. They say they feel safe from trolls and I think it's really It's really a key elements who are elevation to be able to have these conversations and at Smu Society, we are troll, hotels and Karen free. I think I need to put that on the shirt. That's. Be Our TAGLINE SF these -ociety troll, hotel, and Karen Free but. Not? So. Let's go to our next question. Let's see Brandon. WHO's on the set all right? So next we have autumn. Our. Some backstory. Yes. Bear witness to this autumn, Vaughn. Realist cheese alive, down saying. Put. Together. Me and autumn, purchase Jordan and a NEAT Jay. Together. Upul against James, you know. Guess. Lanes Mall with. An artem has always been an incredible mind. who is also hilarious and who is also? Very, rooted in excellence and education and empowerment from. Day One. And I have spent incredible amounts of times during snowstorms. Yes. Talking about things and I just want to tell this very little story that has nothing to do with what's going on. In the winter of two thousand and three. So actually it would be technically two, thousand, two and the winter of two, thousand and two. Over the course of the summer. And Rapper had started to emerge as somebody that people need to pay attention to an audi- being one of my fellow hip hop heads. Would share mix tapes and we'll talk about like you know your I think you'll. This is next. This is the one to one. And I will never forget to the day that I die because I. Think about it every single time I hear this song. I got to JFK, airport. After Christmas vacation. And Autumn had come to pick me up and she kicks the door open. And in the club was. Off. On the car. The Honda! Honda. And Bad. Come out yet. She had gotten. Cut NASA. See Mix abor Sunday, so she was like else. Yup and so you know that's the level of enthusiasm and connectivity that is going on here and I will remember that until the day that I die that autumn turned to me and her good story. Don't tell. ME. Rob from I'm from East New York Brooklyn. On On the L. Train, Lavonia have and Brownsville. I was concerned. I? Really was. Laughing, so first and foremost though. I would love you to give people some background on your educational background and our actual work that you do in the world right now. Okay so I have a degree in history with. A black. TRAE, Shen? The other three officers are being charged. Oh news look. The other things look I'm typing. Only TMZ is popping me the other ones in. Listen Tanzi, know. Whether you late at night and they do I. Know They quick. They said their degree murder is now facing upgraded charge of second degree murder. Dream Raining X.? Expects expects that the other three will be charged with accessory some murder. So the. Alto. Thomas, lane and Jay Alexander Com all your trash trash trash. Get an of here. Shut him out here way. Have they been booked? That I don't. Offer so. He's in that prison. You not in Gen pop. You know they over there giving him like. Twinkling That's. Angle making oh. Let me tell you that. Black people I need us to keep laughing in the midst of all this shit, like I know all of this shit is serious, and it has to be has to be. The gravitas can't be lost on that, but if they take our laughter than they really one because we've been able to do this. Ever and I you know specialists, Harriet some and didn't have jobs, but I kinda low key like she may have had jobs Harry. You may have actually had man don't. Ma- jokes. About, Joe. Joe's so audience. Sorry I interrupted you news, okay? That was that was that was major. Oh so I have a degree, a BA in history with a concentration in black studies in American history. And I have a master's in education secondary. In addition. What -education just for folks who don't know. So seven seven twelve on a social studies teacher. At the Department of Education in New York City I am a lead teacher. I been up for some awards the Apple Abbas. They know about me they know about. Curriculum for city. And Social Studies, which is really key. You kinda hit on that and your previous looks about voting and education. So what we teach is very important, especially, what and social studies and history where you know a lot of the applicable skills and understanding is very pertinent today so applicable impertinent here showed up with the vocab today. You rarely sewed up with the cavs today. I. and I just I love the fact that you're talking about the educational system and the power that we have in it. Also on the on just the everyday check your kids work. See what they're giving you a child. See with the giving them excellent question. You never know what type of rhetoric that they are telling your child. It's really important. I have spars that I remember from elementary school and Middle School. And High School. It and you talked about your scars. We all have scars. Think that'd been said to us that have like really had to be debunked. So you know just pay attention. My question was about communication. I want him. But I do WanNa first attention to what's going on here because you're. You're giving us a honey blonde. Her. Love the honey. Honey Bun and you. Say You can't have blonde hair down you. Not The blonde hair I do it every day every day. Buckingham Blackwood! So. I just wanted to pay attention to that I sitting moments. For those of you who are watching on instagram live. If you want to see autumn's honey, blonde I you can. Link in my instagram. And why does on Youtube so I? Guess I. Don't see her. You can go. To the link in my instagram profile and watch small doses forum on our youtube. We are doing a youtube live. I'm just over here that I can let you all know that we do. And if you look at the. Look at the. Look at the pin. Comment lets you know that we are going to getting it in getting eighty. It's right there, so. I have your question, but if you want to say it in your word, okay, no, no, okay so I mean it connects to the the other questions. How will or can? Black community improved streamlining information about out solidarity, protesting in other aspects of what alcohol face to for example like blackout. Tuesday, it was a lot of ambiguous the reasoning I don't feel was very clear so for someone who pays attention. A lot of others were like okay. Why was the purpose? Should we still be posting things? So? Do you have any suggestions for like effective communication when it comes to like? These these things are black media needs to step up. Our black media is robust. However are black media I feel does not earnestly no its power and use it. And when I say like media, I mean on various levels right. I mean on the internet level so places like shade room Bassett Madame Noire a bowler alert. You know all of these sites that people go to every single day and you know I may take issue with what they have focused on up until this point but I think this is a great opportunity for them to also have a foothold in being places and source points for spreading information with Clare Okay so for instance apparently blackout and I say apparently, because I'm not really sure, but apparently blackout. Tuesday was really launched as the brainchild of black. Music exacts. And outside the Internet space we have like. We have bt we have programs that are that are helmed by black folks that care right people like joy. Reid does am joy. You know you have people like Lindsey. GRANGER, who she's make sense my instagram all the time with her commentary We have people like Angela Rye who end up on CNN. Jockeying Cari sellers etc.. So there should be in my opinion. There should be. A network. That is. Understood, it's almost like an above ground railroad of black media. That when there is a message. That needs to be disseminated in a clear way, it can be presented as such now. Here's the key. We have become so obsessed with being the first. That a lot of times I feel like folks don't WanNa report things. And I left out Hollywood unlocked, but they do a great job I left out. You know I think that there's there's gotta be. That has not be the reason why you post something it has to be because you want to educate folks and get everybody on the same page, so imagine if blackout Tuesday. The execs came up with. This idea could have very seamlessly. Tapped into that above ground network of black media and said this is what we're doing. This is why and this is what it's for. At least. At least there's a clear point of reference. So that even if you disagree with it yeah. You. Know what I'm saying. Even if you're not sure about it, there's a clear point of reference to go to to find out what the thesis behind it is and where it's trying to go. So I. Feel like there's you know and I feel like to that same note. There needs to be an underground network. Who needs to be an underground network about information is disseminated, and you know like things being shared that this is what's going to happen. So I need John move this way now. Don't get me wrong. In some cases, there are underground networks I'm a part of some of them. Where there's an understanding. Between the folks involved of how to support each other, even if we don't necessarily agree on every element of it. How to converse about it enough and support each other enough to disseminated through our own channels. In a shared understanding of the goal. Right. So I think those are two things that can really be done, and it's really going to be about union, and it's really about understanding the the power of Looking pass like things like you know if we impose it first and it ain't. It Ain't news and it's like it's not about necessarily being news as much as about, it needs to be information, and if it's valid than it needs to be. Right right that makes sense. Now it does make sense I mean. That would make it very clear because the people that do wanNA comply. And be in unity, it would just be a clear message for example, the economic boycotting supposed to occur in July you know. Where's the research? Being done rules coming up with this like the list of places where? People of Color or black people are being violated. You know. What did they said like I saw I see usually mean. Do you see a lot of things like it streamline? It's like okay. I'M NOT GONNA. I'm not GonNa Order Wendy's. My kids are not gonNA eat Wendy's rats it and this is the reason and understand why so I think that would help is just like boating like you said, streamline it down. Make is simple. Mega, simple, and also we have to get back to journalism. Right like you look at Aaron Hanes of the one thousand, nine hundred and what I love about Aaron is that she is a full last sister like to the hill, but she's a full on journalists in terms of ethics and how she is. You know getting messaging. Look at people like Tiffany de same thing, and I think that what we really have to understand. Is that all these op eds and these think pieces. You know everyone deserves a voice, but at the end of the. What about like here is the facts? We. Don't have that anymore, not in the amount of time that we need it. We just need some objective this. These are the facts about things sometimes, and yes, so much of media is about aggregating at this point that it's not even like it has to be. Okay you gotta go to each individual place, no, it really should just be like these are the facts. This is what's happening. And when you send that press release out, everybody should feel compelled to post rights YEP. Yep. And then do an op-ed on it, but at least just post. The actual top down facts and someplace. What do a much better job of this and others and we do have spaces like the root and agree that definitely are trying to eat, not trying. They're they're actively. Spaces of like okay. We're going to give you objective news, and then we're also give you a up. As the night had people at various, you know. In various positions in media say like. Well, I've had someone tell me that they did. As. They did. An editorial Ed and I was like. What is that? What is that? You're either doing a piece. That's what it is, or you're doing a piece about what you think. It is what you think, right? Right Oh I think those those are I. Think Really Harnessing Media Media making the choice to operate different than white media. And to seize power that we have across the visual medium of the Internet across the TV and across the radio space, and galvanizing that in a real active way, because let me tell you. Media has started wars. Absolutely. You know so. That's why like. You know even like people are like. How could you leave the real? The real you? You were doing your voice. Larry Escudo tried to talk to you. Rachel. Those mom is working. Your mom is bat. You've just said. Why are you talking to you? See what I'm doing right now and I told you. Told embiid. Bothering me, go do what you were supposed to do. So funny that this is all the way through. All of it every single. This is true. 'cause I thought you did it to me. At first I'm like somebody else, somebody. We know like we. We have these black spaces so that we can say the black. Fangs! Right and like media like like when I was at the real, I realized like I. I can't say what needs to be said here. I'm being censored in in very real ways and. and and there's a disregard that happens before I even got there in regards to. Our audience would be interested in and what would in bringing them etc, and that comes from people at the top, not being a part of or interested in the advancement of the people that actually speaking to so it's like I can't exist. There you know and media to me is just. It is such a tool. I so honored to be able to still be a part of media. After all these years, and so that to me is the one of the most vital ways of streamlining messaging and beginning to. Really Create a foundational foothold. In how we? Interact with new information in our community. So needed, it is so needed. And I think that. The other part of that is like we are. We are in a perfect position for there to be a new media space that starts that literally just has that objective you know that literally is just like this is where you go to know. So I'm sure and I and I'm pretty sure because black folks are innovators to the hill I'm pretty sure there are folks who are sitting right now like working at up and when y'all had happened. Here's. Your. Date and somewhere right now. You know we need to do and when that happens I will be in full support. Yup We. Do you feel like that answers? You feel like we? Yes, yes, that was good, yeah! Rethink connects everything connects. To me. That's the. Don't really. We do. We connect and like I. Just I get so sad because I feel like. So many and I'm not ABS. I'm not taking myself out of the equation so often. We just forget that. By when someone says, some crazy, said to me, place and I'm like bitch. That's like oh! I forgot that we can. We can. MA'AM Let me. Let me just. This. Oh, you know you just gotTa Keep Yup. Scott to keep fortifying that strength reminding ourselves we connect because it comes out, it comes out. Does you know? I'm. So glad for SF be incited. 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It's not realistic so I'm just GONNA. Try and. Hold on. For the next twenty minutes so let's sides the next two questions because I said. We're GONNA. Try and get two more questions so Brendan. Bring them up on. All right We have Ukiah with a question for you on. Your. Hey. Kia was good. How're you doing today? I'm going need to Canada up a little bit al-Qaeda. Kia Yacht here. Okay because there wasn't an Apostrophe, so you know I was giving you the fluid. I feel like my Momma. She actually does have the positive, but I take it out. Mama was like I want people to give her her yacht. Feel like the pacify. UNNECESSARY CUBE SO I. Think one. CanNot. Tell people how your name is smell. Yes. It is why a Q. K., E. N. H. A.. She said there was an unnecessary Q. I feel like the Q. was necessary because it makes it art okay. It makes it art. We throw in a Yucky. That's a fragrance. Yacky women you know saying like I'm with it. Oh, I, love that I. Love that allows back. Now. It's like I've just I'm just trying out handing out ideas today whatever we can. We get it so yak yet. You had a question. Now I'm looking at it, but if you want to stay in your own words feel free. So my question was people like myself. Who Do the car in just things like that who work everyday. Everyday. I don't. Everybody works every day every day quick. But that's not. have. Fat. But people who have to go into work and making money or going out and protesting like. How do we? Like going to work in. Over like going out here and fighting for free. Will I think the beauty. I where you, where are you calling this front? Leaving St Louis and heading back home to Chicago. Shots the Saint Louis Ferguson just elected their first black mayor That is a huge. Near me because when I said that you didn't respond and I'm like Yacky. No, that's a good tabs, though see what a definitely given me. Who is in the car, which is giving you hell? Somebody has chosen. Yankee and the car right now you there. We go there Ya okay. I, got it together. They're not. Okay. Whoever the net! Garwood was giving you a hard time and they need to stop. That's my partner. If I want. Yawkey. Okay, so. First and foremost, let me tell you something you know I think the beauty of of of community that we lean on each other, and we support each other right so I think that the truth of the matter is. You can't be everywhere at all times, and you can't be everybody for every situation, so though protesting is necessary We also need you healthy. We also need you to be able to sustain to be a part of this movement, so if protesting does not fit in with your ability to do that, there are so many other ways for you to still be a part of this movement like on a ground level of becomes about information sharing. It becomes about. donating it becomes about being a leader in your community in other ways like that fit into your schedule. If, you're doing insecure and you're driving post. It may end up being a part of like you know cannot provide you. Can I can I. Can I help on my route? Brings us to spread. Information brings the yet. You know like you've got protesters on your around. It's like okay well while I'm going to drop this off for these people. Maybe I can bring some water. Maybe bring the milk for gas to help you know. Maybe it becomes a part of. Being In touch with organizations that are organizing on the ground, and then being able to call on you like hey, y'all if you're in the street right now like. Can Run for us. Can you drop this off for us to see him? There's so much about innovation happens right now and ways to help you spend. A lot of us don't do that. Who is on the phone rang? Oh she had been got. Their costs I. Actually felt bad for even impeding on that but I. I was like why can I hear a whole other conversation, and so? I think. I think that's really what it ends up being like finding ways to be innovative. About. About that and that alleviates the guilt that your fearing and I understand that guilt. I understand because like I'm here in Orlando I don't feel safe going protesting by myself. I don't know the lay of the land you know, and so that is something that's been weighing on right I do WANNA go back to La and I will be shortly, but I have to be aware of like I can't put myself in an unsafe situation. That may not be able to be helpful in the actual purpose that I'm here for. So. How do I toggle that? And if you have any level of consciousness, it is a bit of A. It's a you feel that conflict within you feel that yes. Yes. But I wanna I just want to alleviate that from you and give you. Just give you a sense of peace of mind knowing that like the within you, you know if you meditate on him, you consider just like okay. The new landscapes at your in because that's really what it is, you have to consider a new landscape strike. Okay, well in this new space work helpful. And sometimes that may that May. That may mean that you have to ask people around you for like ideas right like that partners in the car. They may have some ideas on how but just? Just know that you being foot on the ground in protests is not the only way that you can help be a foot on the ground perching. If necessary, we need protest now. You're not going out. Like I'm not going at protest because I. don't believe in looting. Be Like Shakya. Let me tell you about. But that's not what. You know so. I think all of us can be real with ourselves and we know when we bullshitted. Yes ma'am right because I know. Actual. If you told me like I, just don't feel like I. Have the right shoes for the Mars. I'd be like. Fred. And Diane and the girls was there in a kitten heel and a pin curl, and you can't put a Jordan or Jank letter on to get this on the most. So I. Definitely that person to because while we're packing trip, I was telling my partner I'm like. I don't have no shoes to match protest outfits and I was like Yeah I. Hear How that South. I mean there is fairness for that because at the end of the day like black people, style is a part of our revolution and don't ever get it twisted whenever you see those photos. You see that they was out there in a look, okay? I'm going to the mall. Alam, profiler I'm going to the march. You got your March coat. I got the salt for the march right. This is my purse. Know Huey P. and the boys is like how you know Bush is putting the. Bad News Beret and his black leather y'all. Don't understand this turtleneck earlier, so you feel nothing. Right, And at the and truthfully. Part of that is black holes being like you could take so much from doing never take off labor. Trying to keep us on never. Going walk in style I loo. I. Hope this. Does this help you? Yes ma'am book. Have you want to say how excited I also got to talk to you? During US my in black into Chris? So at this might we're friends? There you still call me man's or Mandy. He will be kind calling me man to man and I'm like if we if we are not friends or family leaf, there is no nickname. I am no, not at all. Well, thank you Amanda. Say Jackie. Talking to you, thank you. So unfortunately I wanted to get the two more questions than it looks like that is not going to happen, because I want to have time to read through these different or And the work that they're doing in an effort to really hopefully. Encourage you all to reach out to these organizations and see how you can be of help how you can galvanize your passion. You are feeling right now. Into actual action. There are people who have been at this work for years, so don't feel the weight of Damn. We gotta figure this shit out. No, there's people who have been working towards figuring this out, and you can be of help in furthering their vision, and of course refining their vision so. First off campaign zero, the comprehensive platform of research based policy solutions to and police brutality in America, a police reform campaign proposed by. Associated with black lives, matter I'm also GONNA post this on my grandma and my stories, and for those of you who are members of the SSD Society I will post this an sap society under black your it news. Black voters matter increasing voter, registration and turnout, advocating for policies to expand voting rights access including expanded early voting, resisting voter, ID, re entry restoration of rights and strengthening the Voting Rights Act. They also advocate for policies that sex with race, gender, economic and other aspects of equity. Black Futures Lab works with black people to transform our communities shots Alicia Garza up the founder and Creator Futures Lab as well as one of the CO creators of black lives matter. they work locally state wide, and nationally to build blasts, political power, and changing the way that power operates. We have the electoral justice project. Is a project of movement for black lives that seeks to continue a long legacy of social movements, fighting for the advancement of the rights of black folks through Electoral Strategy We. Have the NBA. The National Black Justice Coalition. American Civil Rights Organization serving primarily LGBT people since two thousand and three MBA see has collaborated with national civil rights, groups and Lgbtq a organizations advocating for the unique challenges and needs of the African American Lgbtq April has community in the United States and a side note. You can now redeem your Sephora insider points as donations to the N. B. J. C. now I know some of your legs. But what about my birthday? Gift? That Sephora? They'll still have points leftover. Just note you can redeem your Sephora beauty insider points as donations to the national black justice coalition. Then we have the Movement for black lives. The M four pl which seeks to reach millions mobilized. Thousands and organized tens of thousands, so that black political power is a force able to influence national and local agendas in the direction of our shared vision for black lives with a five year plan rooted in transformative goals color of change, a progressive nonprofit civil rights advocacy organization in the United States formed in two thousand and five in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. The goals to move decision makers in corporations and governments to create a more human and less hostile work from black people in America and I have seen color of change implement that in spaces beyond, but also in Hollywood and seeing that. that they're they're reached has to go beyond just politics, but also people that are working on the ground and other different spaces have influence like Hollywood and media, the Black Church PAC or pack a strategic initiative, answering the call to elect leaders committed to ending mass incarceration, offending the rights of boats, curbing gun violence, and representing the equitable treatment of black and Brown communities, and then we had the NBA P. Legal Defense. Defense Fund also known as the NAACP LDS America's Premier League organization fighting for Racial Justice Through Litigation, advocacy and public education, the LDS structural changes to expand democracy eliminate disparities and achieve racial justice in a society that fills the promise of equality for all Americans. I also WANNA. Add we are we are. Is the organization started by my very good friend and brother Brandon Victor Dixon also known as Terry Silver on power. And their organization us the connective power of the arts to amplify voices that emphasized shared humanity. We also have builds power which my homeboy Kendrick is on insecure with me, he is the founder bill power engages, culture education, and activism to build and train and inclusive community entertainers and athletes to advance radical social change. A partner with grassroots causes organizations and the purpose of bill power is to increase action and civic engagement with a primary focus on uplifting and protecting the most vulnerable by undoing systemic oppression. Okay then we have people's budget and lay their constant working on getting city council defines the police. Unfortunately, that's not happen this. Go Round. We learned that I've last night. All the city council voted in favor of Garcetti's bullshit. Ask Plan to fund the police. With like fifty four. Fifty. Four percent the General Fund of Of Los Angeles which is kill or trash your trash and you know the reality is. When we when we make communities that have better services we make. Communities are using money to make better communities. We understand that that comes by creating options for people to be their best selves, not for police to better police so You can check them out at People's budget at Les Dot Com. Then, we have the Jesse Williams advancement. Project certified by Jesse Williams, you know Jesse Williams's define us. Actor with pretty is that we have seen on praise anatomy He has the advancement project, which is a next generation multi racial civil rights organization they're rooted in the great human rights struggles for equality and justice. We exist to fully existed fulfilling America's promise of carrying inclusive and just marcus and know that one of the one of the ways they're doing. That is by being really at the helm of defunding the police. Last. So I, just want to thank all of you for listening as I lifted off these these organizations that have been on the ground and have been working and I know that there are number a number of vast number of organizations that I didn't even list and I know that there is a database of these organizations and if there isn't. I would like someone to start it and to let me know so that I can continuously point people to it at the next month from the black. One of my goals is to be able to within our vendor space on smartphone, funny in black into crib to be able to provide people with not only black owned businesses that they can support, but also black advancement projects that black nonprofits that are working towards the goal of a black advancement. So that's something I'm working on And also just working on keeping my joy in this time and this this being able to do this with you, all and being able to speak to you, all has been such a key part of that, and that key component to that and. I have to run because I have to go. Do an interview for Hollywood unlocked, and you're not gonNA. Ask me about the real as they should, but I just want to thank you all for joining us today. Here at the small doses forum, our first small doses forum side effects of uprising. Was GonNA, come on 'cause I had asked to I, know she's very relieved right now that we are out of time, a Rebecca don't think I'm not gonNA. Have you on the next one? Don't think because Rebecca is a wide ally, and so is brandon. Actually you know if I like the word ally, y'all just people who are good people, and therefore you're like everybody should have the opportunity to be good people without. Without the cops firing at them and killing them with out lack of resources, and without a government that gives a fuck about them, so thank you to my team, Rebecca and Brandon and Jennifer making this happen. Thank you to you all for making this happen. Because really it could have been two people, and then that wouldn't really been that of a point. remember small doses my podcast. You can listen to it. Everywhere pods are casted. We are every week and. We also I want to let you all know about be society, which is my new APP that was created to be a safe space for you to be your whole blood cells. We do welcome allies. As long as you know your place and understand, it is not about censoring you. Is it about it is about censoring our voices in change? 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Nia Talks Manipulative Boys

OHoney with Amanda Cerny & Sommer Ray

51:45 min | 7 months ago

Nia Talks Manipulative Boys

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Sometimes guys to kick she kicked have control over you or make you feel smaller. Maybe in their mind they think that you're too for them. So they make you feel small that you don't use them you know because it's like in their your heart or their head. They might think that you're better than them. So they're going to be like I'm not that cold. You're not that cute oh Welcome to the owning podcasts. Where you get the sticky sweet with summer and Amanda Andy? Yeah and you are an actress. A singer -mongst many many things dancer Dinsor so you have a regular role on bolden beautiful. Yeah that's incredible and the new song out. Yeah I single right you know. Well I came up with A. I've been doing music for a long time. Yeah well not like a long time but for a minute but I've been coming out with the new stuff for like years now and I. I had a Christmas song. Come out. I'm working on a ton of new music right now and Christmas music. Actually the Who Listen to Christmas music all year? Yeah Yeah I'm the I'm the one plane and like Thanksgiving time like way before for writers right after Halloween Christmas known people. There's people who are like. Oh my God. They're playing Christmas music goal. Ready and the only other definitely probably like the Christmas music. I don't know my sister is like in indepth like in love with me like I'm not like I'm a guest or four. I'm kind of like in the middle. I'm like oh I like listen. Yeah some people like my dad is like determinist ledge whenever they start putting Christmas decorations up way beforehand. I'm like I'm from the East Coast. I'm from Pittsburgh. Oh wait wait. Yeah no I was born in Monroeville do you know where that is I live in Churchill. Okay so go to. I go to Monrovia like every time that is so such a small world. Yeah Eah my whole family go to. I didn't okay like my whole family is from there. My grandparents grandparents my aunts uncles Schiller fans so steelers. I was like yeah funny. Yeah it's very week and then I moved like I was just born there. Okay gone and moved to Connecticut okay. Cool stops before but then okay nice. Okay Yeah Connecticut you too. Yeah I'm from Pittsburgh so like the East Coast. It's freezing so whenever people start putting up Christmas decorations. I'm like no not getting caught living joy this little longer. This nosers every holiday literally holiday will end and then you go to the store. It's like Oh Valentine's now. Ah Holy Crap no time got a market. You gotTA gotTa buy those relations. Let's see your favorite holiday is probably Christmas. My favorite holiday because people don't really write right that many like Halloween songs like you know or Valentine's league song. I don't people like really into Halloween. Yeah I'm like Oh my gosh. My favorite it's interesting because I'm like some dance area since like I. I'm an actress as well like I in costumes all the time. Yeah I've tried on so many different dance costumes. I'm kind of like all costumed out so not really a fan of Halloween in late dressing up because of already dressed up as like this is so much work is so much worse. Rather just like like I did this all year. I do this all year. Yes not any different candy Um are do you have A. Are you dating anybody now. Work you got going on I know does mom over there. You date anybody. I'm allowed to date. Yeah Yeah Oh so. You're eighteen. Eighteen a little weird weird. I'm weird of my kids. I mean I'm Mike. You have thirty four. I'm like never yeah. My my mom was like mom that didn't want us to date like with my older sister. She didn't I think she wasn't allowed to eight date until she was eighteen. And she didn't want her get her driver's license until she was like nineteen eighteen and then dropped the ball with the rest of the stick of driving. You guys around. I could a little bit sooner than her. I could drive grab a little bit sooner and then my other siblings like ball drop. I don't even care. I wasn't allowed to date until I was sixteen. I've had one boyfriend and that. Yeah that makes sense because when you're dating what's the goal right now. I'm just like I'm in high school. I'm a teenager. I'm Kinda like nothing too serious. I'm just like just having fun. Honestly friendships friendships and like hanging out with so many people like he's not anything like super serious. Have you ever had a celebrity crush. Yeah I okay I used to be obsessed with cody. Simpson really all girls. Girls were like obsessed when I was little like not anymore. But like we're like everyone loves cody. Simpson saying I did by saying a lot of kids. I've never had a celebrity crush really really crush on the Korean. I love. I mean who doesn't event even as a kid I loved Riano like literally banks. I cut my veins I love mine has always been say. Yeah yeah she's Great. She's amazing but cody Simpson Cody Simpson. Who Else Abor? Because it was like Cody Simpson and Justin Bieber. Start did not just awesome. There's like all the little boys I love. I don't but I was. I like like one direction. And it's funny because like I wasn't like huge fan whenever they were like really popping but then I listened back to their songs and I'm like how did I know like all their songs even though like I listen to music a lot of songs little radio I'm like why do I know all the lyrics when I never really listened to their stuff goes current celebrity crushes. ooh Shawn Mendez. Yeah yeah that's a good one. Yeah that's like the now. Let's talk in Nineteen Justin Bieber Simpson also so acuff Ron. Oh Yeah I mean have you seen him on Ellen. I just saw that over his his ads. They're insane that Jesse Williams. Oh okay he's off you you really. He's probably the most gorgeous man I've ever seen. Okay you know your type. Well No. He doesn't look like really don't I don't know what he looks like everybody else and got what is just the Williams look like oh my gosh. He's like okay. We're both the picture. I don't know how many phone though I got. I got the phone rate here. Jesse Williams grey's anatomy honestly. Everyone has just like hearthrow. Yeah Jesse have you ever been on set with someone or a show like looks like nothing like nothing like them at all. What were you saying? I've ever been like on or like in the same show with someone that you had a crush on. No no no. I've had to play all all those. I love interest before I know I know. I don't know if it's really weird that I loved rushing on this man who's like let's see probably like he's in his thirties forties there shaking her head. She knew it was like that'd be cute babies but no I'd like to play a love interest on like the the soap opera than I'm on the phone the beautiful yeah And that lasted for a while. So that was fun but nothing like like I would not date him. I mean we're not yeah Yeah it was. Just look at the look at fine. He actually looks like my friend. Benjamin do you know who that is. Actually Ashley I feel like I do. Yeah he's on all show you later okay. and that's still pulling up photos silent. We're looking at photos. We're going through taken so can't you can't allow one nine Leeann have a crush on you. Don't 'cause you don't actually want to be like that. I know they met them. It'd be like oh not even like it's one of those things where it's like. You just want to have that like like fantasy. It's a fantasy. Yeah definitely fantasy if I were to like meet them in real life I'd be like Nah I can't eat them and you might not even like him. There's a pro like I love Prieta. I've always scared of meter 'cause I wonder if she's not like all she probably is like like. What is this mean to me everything? I hoped she would know she make me like. I feel like I've heard the things you know what I lost like whereas like to cut to Cotillard ago we were there. And you're supposed to meet me at the events events that we are one of the parties and she was right there no way and if you were came out of you would have been able to be shoulder to shoulder people. I'm not one of those people. If I knew like beat stupid like who are you like. I'm not so do I wouldn't be like Oh my God would have been standing there and lane and look at their side. I don't like those people that you love like as a kid like me. I'm not a fan girl. She's he's just my childhood summer camps one of those but I love her. Her face is like no she actually. Yeah I love her lips. She's so beautiful Alexander neon she's out to beyond saying J. J. Gala. Yes I always say her jewelry. There's so many we all the girl scouts all the my mom. AW CELEBRITIES WE'RE GONNA go down that route so your focus on your dancing on your music. And what's the thing that you have the most fun doing. Oh what's your hard because already eighty I have like so many passions in like dancing like it's basically like walking to me. Dancing is like you know expressing yourself. It's natural it's just like any time where I'm like if I don't feel the best or like if I'm in a bad mood like dancing can always see the worm out out of the room. Now I'm out you're not fielded. Do you have an answering my whole life. Since I was two years old I was actually on a reality show called dance moms like nine years old. So I've I've been doing film and television for a while like some of the other girls that came out of that that are like Matty And chloe and her before she started doing the Siesta. Oh Yeah I've known mattie since I was like four years old like we all grew up together. Yeah how how is it like acce- like someone you know from like do such crazy amazing. It's just like really. I'm really proud of her. Like we're all sisters. I call her my twin even because it's funny because because we look nothing alike twin her sister like my big sister even though she's like fourteen and contradict everything all all the rules. Yeah it's it's really cool seeing like your best friends doing incredible things. You only want the best for you know your friends and everything to see them doing everything they love like. Yeah so amazing. I mean they inspire me to be better. You know head because you're both right all of you guys rising together right exactly time. Shell all super just yeah she love. Yeah Yeah Yeah. It's pretty awesome. It's really cool. Because we're all just like girls from Pittsburgh and like any time someone gets things he's like. Oh my gosh. That is so amazing for them. Yeah in Pittsburgh. Yeah can I be like you can be in it. Okay it can be with you of course see like a group of girls that will love each other and left each other up and such like how it should be. Yeah no it's it's definitely how it should be because sometimes like people aren't the nicest and I'm like I mean I'm kind of person who I'm like. I'm going to be excited for everyone. Yeah no matter what so you know. There's enough space for everyone and I think people get in there hasn't been letting Gel lakes. That's there pat. That's what they're supposed to do. Something else will come up so Yeah everything happens. Yeah Yeah so how do you guys. How would you deal with Zenica Job for sure thank you? How would you deal with somebody that was just like being gene super catty and competitive with you like I'm sure you encountered that? Oh yeah yeah I mean just being on dancing yeah like world has seen when you have encountered yeah just growing up in the dance. World is often have sabotaged or sure. Any Gosh yes the trauma like Oh my gosh. No but people really do some crazy things. People can be so crazy and it's like why whatever I try to calm myself down because I'm a very chill person and I I don't like confrontation stuff. So like if someone's being stupid or like being rude or mean or nasty I will literally you just not talk to them or like be the nicest I could be. Kill them with kindness honestly because that's the best way to do it because what they want you to do is stoop down to their level like if you the only ten great looks for being rude Asti seeming comment. And you're like I love you too. Yeah like hi okay tamely so then they look like the bad person like us for competent meaner than okay okay. Well you're just as bad as right exactly like then the people look at it or you can put them in their place. Listen trigger me. We'll all night okay. I gotta say there's certain things where I'm like. Okay I can't let this won't fly. It depends on a mood. That -Oday already. I haven't eaten today. I haven't slept in weeks. I'm having a bad day right this. Yeah I just got cut off on the freeway now and what you said if it was them off now you never physical though we always never never let simmer down. Maybe a chokehold. Roddy don't with her. She's a black though Actually a black but I always say it about honestly on. Did it until I was thirteen. Well more than any the of us like maybe it's like in muscle memory. Maybe like somebody will have one. Just big jumping take sandy cheeks mike out and karate karate too I. My Dad's a block vote as well. He's a second degree black belt. See this is why you're sober like respectful and the church and like were together. Because Mr the Laura owns a category yeah new way. That's so cool. That's why like I did it so long growing up because she had one in Connecticut And then we moved onto south Florida and she opened up a new one started all over. Oh my God yeah ramones about us. Bitterly podcast yeah. We walked down next time. Because you're trying to get her on this one but it was mostly we say we see back for one hundred dollars. It was like one of the things you would recommend that every kid experience growing up aren't going into adulthood leg. What's kind of helped you most preparing for adult? Oh my gosh. That's so scary. I'm going to be an adult so you're eighteen and I I don't even know I think that like what has helped me so much is just having like people behind me. You you know like people who you can always fall back on people you can talk to people that really have your bag and support you like having that support system. I think that always as hopes up even if it's like one friend or like a parent or grandparent or something just like someone that helps you through everything. My Mom's literally with me through everything. Just the have somebody to be there for you. I think that also make not taking like for me. I'm I'm a perfectionists in a way but like trying to like know that like you make mistakes and then you learned from those mistakes even though you make a mistake. Don't just like Oh give up. No like keep going going to make mistakes but like I mean Rikki Nadir so it's like you. You're going to make mistakes but now you have to keep going in. Not really he like focus too much on them because they only help you grow and mature and learn so move forward move forward. Yeah I feel like there's so much. Yeah Yeah there's a lot though. There's so much because I just uh-huh dry I do. Yeah I have my license. I'm getting a car soon. ooh Oh no that's really like a car is freedom great. You know. That's when I got my car. Rose like right leaving the house for the first time on my Honestly just being in the car by yourself for the first time like I was like is like exciting but at the same time it's like Oh my God I feel like that's he's here in. La That's scary. Yeah that's actually it's so funny gets like four different to the all those drivers like you have the older leaders ladies behind the a Florida is like retirement so yeah the older ladies behind the wheels and their arms are like way above their heads. They can't see above the steering wheel's gene and then all of a sudden I'm GonNa go left and then they'll just like glide over w wasn't that lane is my life no respect elders. Go ahead Um the thing is like when you're not have a car of your own yet and then you like you want it so badly so you just like when I have that my life and then you actually have it. And you're like wait Mon.. You're coming with me. I'M GONNA go on gas. I was like Oh an palm. Summers thing is like to be adult to get to learn how to pump gas actually sleep. Don't get any practice without because I don't know I would have dropped out of high school. I mean freshman year and me and my friends would go out and I had a car like some of them. Didn't have a car how I would like want them to help me. Or like trump the gas where they don't know so what. How would you start as the game? This is like this is the thing for her. This is why on her head she. Would you know God who ride unlike council and they brag about school and all that cool cool cool. Let's go get some gas today. I know about the pyramids. Interesting hosting cool. Well can you do me a favor get out. Put some gas mecom. Like I can't do that. Washes them with their with their contracts. The powerhouse of the cell. It is since you haven't ever on like a normal upbringing. Like you know like being on these shows and everything do you go to like an actual high school or do okay. So right now I do online school in but for a majority of my life I want to regular high school and regular school actually for Freshman Year of high school. I went for the first time and for sophomore year I went for the weak and not adapted so that's why I became type because I was never there. It's just because you're so busy Z.. Just so busy. Yeah but while I was on dance moms who didn't miss every single Friday at school so like every single Friday in that weekend so I'd Miss Birthday parties. These games up on stuff became like your family right. Yeah the girls became my family so yeah it was fun. I liked liked being being in school. Because it's different. You know you had your school friends. And it's like normal see but then also like I lived two lives like normal on the weeks. Six men how to dance competition on the weekends reasonable weekend on a very popular show. Yeah hard to balance like your head like being a normal kid and then be like how does classmates treat you. Do they treat you like a kid or day. Treat you like someone who's our big TV show no actually treat me pretty much the same. I think yeah I do you remember this one time like I wanted to school. Like I think was stopped wearing a sophomore year. I was going to school and like I was like going in the hallways like up and down the stairs and stuff and like I could tell the freshman's like we're like like she really does go here like face guys like it's chill and then I I just because I mean my age is like everyone like grew up with us so like if if I go to school people are obviously. You're GonNa know who I am. So that part is a little weird but also like I have found some really good friends even though people know me I don't like honestly I have some friends who were like. I literally used to watch the show. Religiously yeah there's still like my best friend so it's cool. Yeah that because I think that's what Some people would assume and sometimes it is very true. It's hard to find friends without knowing what their intentions are. When right? Yeah I mean I've been through that too yeah And then finally yeah. I'm busy go to their house and there's a shrine of you okay. Okay and I'm sure your mom uh-huh actually that probably be the best friend to have honesty true So yeah they're loyal they're loyal really. Yeah I'm sure your mom is like I don't know why but moms are the best done knowing who's your real friend or not. They have like a keen sense of smell. I don't know it's like your your mom can tell the door with you. Because them they love you. Does your mom kind of do that with you. Yeah definitely does she if he does that even if they're like Nia yeah don't go there. That's not really don't I was like okay. All right nice. Yeah I I like when with me me I always have to kind of see for myself going in knowing because here I guess a lot you hear different things about all different people like okay I get it. Yeah thanks for telling me now. I'm aware and then in that relationship and he signed show then you're like by right and then they give them a for me. Give them a chance right. Yeah I'm kind of the same way too because like when I was first coming out to La. Like I was just like people nice. And I'm like Oh my gosh. It's so great then I'm like Oh my gosh. So many I UH-HUH I've gotten like used to trade myself. It'd be like okay if you'll be nice to this person but stay guarded because never know but then like once you start to know them you know what she said like people will tell you about some people and it's like okay. Well let me try it out. I'll keep that in mind science kind of like okay. Oh you were me. Won't we're done. I told you so I told you so. I also think everyone has the different like relationships with people suggest because that person did that doesn't mean they're going to do like give people the benefit of the Dow figure out for yourself that right if someone did just take the warning. Don't be like Oh my God because they could be like you know you. You have no idea how people treat you. That's all you can. Well we have our honeypots take a tip from the honey so we have fans outright in diary and we give them advice. This will. You're GonNa just on the spot ya so you stand here and look at you like what do you say I literally. That's what happened all right honey. Hey I'm Keegan and I just saw the tweet about emailing clean. My questions are needing advice on anything so this is kind of deep but I just wanted to give your guys opinions and thoughts helping. Someone have self-love my sister Sir isn't too well to sticking up herself and lets everyone walk over her. She doesn't seem to listen to anyone as I believe her partner has a hold over her. I was wondering what would your advice be to help with this because I've tried so much. Thank you NIA summer and Amanda Amanda like okay all right. Let's break this down. Yeah Keen Keegan wants to know thoughts and helping one. How how do you have self loved? Basically she lay his sticking up for herself and everyone walks over okay and she doesn't listen to everyone. Partner is a holdover her. Okay okay so giving advice for his sister for him to give to the sir how to reach a certain teacher how to half absolutely love. Yeah I would say partner has a holdover. Her sometimes like I duNNo. They're like dynamic on her relationship. Ship Boyfriend Boyfriend's some guys and sometimes be a little manipulative. Maybe make her. Not You know. I don't know if this is like situation. I've Ed my life is like sometimes guys to like have control over you or make you feel smaller. Maybe in their mind they think that you're too good for them. So they make you feel a small so that you don't use them you know because it's like in there or there had they might think that you're better than them so they're going to be like I'm not that cold you're not that cute but they honestly think that you are but they wanna make you little so that you don't leave them. Nothing is a lot of time. We don't want like if you're with them. You like them so you don't have to do that if you want to make someone unhappy different insecurities girls probably that guy if it can go both ways rave. But I've had that happened to me before we try to make me feel small so I don't leave them like dude I don't WanNa leave but I'm like okay now. If you do eat yeah more. Where when you're young you don't see it and I'm not I'm not cool but I love you though is is against you but I'm are you that's always like a question. Mark is like putting me down but showing me support at the same day double back headaches addictive like I just got smacked but also I'm like oh that's sweet of loved by one person right and it's like everyone loves you don't you don't don't have to say that in a supportive amazing boyfriend would be like everyone loves. You'RE AMAZING YOU'RE A. You're so lovable. Even if they love you that's their mistake a a beautiful personnel type like that so I would like to see how the boyfriend strating her because a lot of the time you feeling secure because sometimes boyfriends aren't like lifting. I agree this what he's saying though by having hold Breyer. I probably what he's sending a hit hit hit stronghold on her. Ah I think just show your sister like always like just say all the great things to her like well. Your hair is beautiful today today. Like Oh my God. You're such a sweet person. You deserve the best in life. Yeah like just seed those things with her that you believe about her and then she'll be like she'll be able let's see that side of like somebody appreciator and how that feels right and be able to compare it to somebody who doesn't I think she should also do things that she loves to do in the things that she's really passionate about. I feel like sometimes people relationship like that. They're putting them down. Probably like holding them back from what what they really want to do as well so like they take care of themselves like let's say if they start like working out or going to the gym or painting or you're just doing things that make them happy getting makeup. Trying make up. You know just doing things for themselves not anybody else. I think that Kinda like Gullible self-care kind of like loving yourself because you're putting yourself I instead of someone else having a goal to achieve it so something like that. I think that's great. Yeah August one hundred percent. Yeah so he just needs to. Maybe if he's her brother right brother I few knows I'm sure and grew up with her. Then he probably knows some of those interests that he that she has so he could probably go to her and be like Kay like got you this right for you but more things for yourself make listening. I mean I don't know but it's a hard. It's hard to like know that there's in the this is such a common thing too so it's sad to like have someone's like brother tell you this about his sister because this happened so many girls. Yeah honestly like sometimes they don't even see that and that's the thing they don't even see it they don't because they don't don't know the difference they don't know what it feels like. Have that self love right. They're so used to. Yeah you know sake I am right but at this The more that you hear it the more that you start to believe it and once you start believing it then it comes true or just comparing yourself like you know. Maybe it's not having that like confidence in a relationship and like all these things can affect thought but then yeah I really love the self-care idea for her I love. That's like a hard to bring that realization to somebody in a way. Yeah because if you told them then they get defensive. It's like oh well you don't like him but I want to be with my love him. Yeah so it's a delicate balance. Forbidden Love like Oh no one else wants to. I'm going to be in because I love them. You don't understand yet got no. It's I think it's a lot of like showing somebody so much love that I think that's probably one of the best things that he can do. Yes yes or really just care for her and really try and bring the best out of her to see how great of a person she is. Yeah and show respect them for all that love that she gets even though like. I'm sure she's aware like if sometimes like she feels like. Oh what did I do deserve all day. But in then that'll get her two point two of them being able to have a conversation. 'cause I think time is a big part of it too so not just the per week and then it's like should be doing all the time for the people that you love anyway but it's like all right give it some time. She can see the comparison between between what that feels like. Oh like realizing things about herself throughout the process. Like you're right like I do and this is why I am great just like kind of building from there. I don't know like someone to love themselves as a hard thing. It's hard to say cliche leashes things like be yourself love. It really just comes from inside. Here's another slayer. After this last telling him to everyone's different everyone has different. Battles different insecurities and like with sad for me for young girls in this generation is like social media and all these things it's like there's so so many different things now to make you feel secure comparing yourself all these different things so just really feel like I feel for girls so I'm not when you're young like I think we all go through stages where insecure. We feel hard on herself when you're young or older. No I'm saying like difference as we go on like even flows like some parts of my life and Mike now. I'm confident I love my life. I love my Salva. Hello and then. Sometimes I'll go like on a timer on my. Oh actually I don't know you know and like especially when you're gong. It's you know who you are. You don't love yourself. The WHO AM I. I don't even know I don't even know what I like. You know because you're growing and I think when you also understand that you're young and you are going to have surveys and moments and you're going to grow up in understand where you are and you're gonNA learn about yourself and all those things that's also encouraging because like you don't have to be perfect right now because then you get on yourself. Sounds like why don't I love myself. I like all these things insecure. I hate my and then you get more in your head about it. You just have to understand that. Life's work though it takes. It's work and effort glowing if you pay things the same all the time then. Nothing's ever GonNa Change Feeling Sore for yourself just because you get older and is not going to change but if you're working towards every like go to the gym like do stuff to make you feel better. Go get some new makeup go. It's like do some things that whatever you feel passion and go into at work out do do things that make you feel better about yourself. She's insecure about her looks. Looks like go do things that make you feel that it isn't for the other thing is my whole thing is like self love. Think he look good. The doesn't even come from looking only coming from the. It workout like better yourself get those endorphins. Going rolling right like maybe yeah. She's not in the gym already. Get a dual gym membership and be like. Oh God actually. I don't know cause some girls look at that and be like. Oh Yeah I if it's coming from your cymbeline like can you please come with me because I don't want to go go away. It's like I don't WanNa work myself. I'm trying to shape. I want to be good in big for the ladies can go with me. And then she's she's like a charity case. She's like sure. Sure if you then she ends up loving it and just like living your best life from She's like this is so many different angles. Having a bad day. You go get a nice green juice. I'm eating crappy all day like it makes me feel crappy. I just feel like like like what am I doing this to myself. I go green juice alive again. I'm like Oh unhealthy. Good care all a ah good now. All mental level headed a bunch of water. I'm like but it's so true like like whenever I was younger and go go to dance like every single day after school like if I had an awful day out school and like I just didn't feel well that day I would go to dance and then by the end of dance. 'cause I just feel so much better but like I just feel so much better about myself because I'm like wow. I accomplished something today. You know I think we should remind mind like he feels a cup like four getting maybe getting today or something something painting any school nowadays. There's every single interests are do it whenever you want him. Just our advice to him is to tell to surprise things that she she loves and give her positive affirmation and tell her why she so great and throughout time hopefully she can catch onto it and believes that believes it just like Oh. I'm so much better than this guy. He does earth me. Yeah I'm moving on and my role models my brother like I need to find a guy that's like my brother. Yes 'cause he makes me feel good about myself so that's the type of man I want. This is tough man I want. Yeah but even if a man doesn't feel good about me and make tries to make you feel nobody can cause I'm so strong exactly. Yeah and the thing is I think she needs to find the affirmation of soon herself. Not another person. You know like until anything. Things shouldn't matter like union now that takes like outside person to talk like. Why are you doing where she is? The person that just comes organically needs it takes time. Oh yeah time learning process we kind of answered that one twenty different ways Ah. I don't know I'm highly and I'm Cap Hap and we create beauty news so beauty news is a podcast where we discuss new release makeup and beauty products but we do with a twist. We like up to feel like we're sitting down hanging out with friends having a Chit chat about what's new. A maybe sneaky one so every week we liked to bring the all the information on the past week's releases yet minus the marketing vs. Yes that's a big one for us. We are a little bit critical but we also try to be quite lighthearted and bring a little bit of humor to the table. So whether you're a feller beauty junkie oil you just WANNA keep up to date with. What's new Komo Nova join us? You can find US wherever you get your podcasts. Let's have a good time you didn't use use. Yes Oh honey. Hey guys. My relationship just edited. I'm absolutely heartbroken broken. What's so fascinating to get over a heartbreak? and has it ever happened to you. Yes sometimes yes yes so. I had a heartbreak last police. He said he was like yeah. I yeah ours so what I did I kind of dog. It does the dog. Amazing Yeah. Sasha and she's a rescue she's adorable but after that. I reconnected with my friends. Because you don't realize like whenever you and your relationship sometimes you lose contact with her friends and it's so irritated because you're always like. Oh No I don't know you actually do. So it's like okay. Reconnected with my friends. Made new friends NYC. I have a really good group of friends now probably just breaking the. I'm like it's pretty amazing. I wonder if that goes back to. And we said this phrase before in different ways throughout the podcast. But don't put your eggs all in one bow right I mean don't put your love for humans hall in one person. Yeah and just like still have those friends that you love and use. Give time to solve that family that you love and give time right and said Lover Boyfriend. Whatever like some day? He's he's gone right and not in your life anymore. You're not the heartbreak is going to hurt But you're gonNA feel like it's going to mend a lot faster because you have all those relationships relationships around you to soften the blow. Yeah exactly because whenever like I was going through and it was really hard because I just moved out to La. He was was like the only real really like friend that I had so we were like best friends first of all and then it was like we were just sitting on top of that so it was like that but also advice from my friends but I did work out a lot to balance it out. Jeez I I do a lot of ice cream but then I went to the juicery. And I feel like a break-up and during a break up you feel like oh my gosh like this is the worst. I'm ever going to feel like I'm so sad. I'm so like loss. I don't know what to do in you. You feel just just sad all the time it takes a long time to break up especially if you've been in it for such a long time but there's going to be a certain point where it's all just going to change. I mean it took me awhile. It took me like they're looking at how long time not that bad. Yeah to approach is a long time over it now like you're good yeah. I'm good I'm actually like I see him everywhere like I'm seeing him tonight. So Yeah Yeah Yeah. We're so cool and like we're friends. Yeah it's just like at the time you're just like so hurt. It doesn't even matter who broke up just going through a breakup. I was just thinking. You're just hurting all the time. And just surrounding yourself by supportive friends and family. That always helps me but also just know that like it's GonNa blow over over it's not gonNA stay. It's not gonNA last forever you're not gonNa feel this forever in that you're GonNa get through it because you know you're a strong independent woman and that it's you know you're GonNa you're GonNa find another guy one day or if you don't you don't have to other people out there and dogs and dogs dogs. I I highly suggest getting dog just saying they love. They love you no matter what yeah. She's a Chihuahua Mix. She looks like a Corgi though which. It's a really weird but she's so cute picture. I'm sure you've got a whole like little off on their page and she does list list under the link subscribe tribe. Yeah I agree with what you said. Yeah some some people go through heartbreaks for years and they just like but I like another one of those things same thing with self love right is like one of those things that you have to work through. Yeah and just you become stronger just may get through and for sure are going to be stronger than you were in the beginning of that all you'll be so thankful you got through it and you went through it. Breakup are like losing that human. Like it's going through a little debt person's GonNa. Oh you definitely like going literally like losing that person because it's like you know like when they're texting you calling you sometimes. It's like that interaction and that love that you feel. I'm not person all the time just being cut off like wait. What have you ever lied? You're not ready for. It is like maybe sometimes when you know what's coming and you kind of break rush brought together and sometimes but have you ever lost like a really good girlfriend like Berry. I honestly like worse like paying being from like mad than a boyfriend. Yeah like like read like a really good friend. That's like that's also like heartbreak MHM heartbreak there's so many different forms. Yeah I wonder if guys feel like heartbreak other okay in Washington. I don't think xpress guys spread talk to each other. Yeah no you girls like. There's always stigma like oh gosh and show their emotion. I I love you know. I know she'll grow to love it. Yeah and you know a lot of girls break. Double Dudes is because we didn't talk indicate community himself the the in their head. They're thinking. Oh it's not mainly it's not hot. It's not all five house. No one you feel a Yeah they never tried to like. Show me those tears like didn't like sorry no I was like no little uh-huh trigger them. I'm like yeah. Can I say to him. All the boys cry Yeah crying out guys come on you guys see meet the wife of ten. Don't know like I mean there's GonNa be a point too. I feel like that everybody ends up getting to like the friends that are single also and they've been single for years and years and years but then it always comes up somehow some way of like. Yeah I think I think one guy now. I'm like yeah like yeah. Like just cuddles cuddle like okay. You know there's other things that come with that too it's like there's like a whole thing and then again like I think I'm ready for that in my life. Now it's like it's just so funny how everybody just gets so point where they feel like they you want somebody right. I think we'll get lonely. Instincts is to have someone if you put it off for years later. Need that like we're going to have like human interaction were made at Geese soulmate. You know they do that. Geese and uses kilos squirrels. Have you ever seen like the Guy Gazing. Then if they're along side because we have a per they I believe it. Birds love other birds. Go on forever you. I only have one. Isn't it like that with penguins too. Yeah Yeah I can. Can you just say with us. Cages of Corey. Forget be with us. He's GonNa lift you guys you guys. Unless you're you're watching. 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Flint Still Doesn't Have Clean Water - with Hill Harper

PM Mood

38:46 min | 2 weeks ago

Flint Still Doesn't Have Clean Water - with Hill Harper

"To PM, mood the no talking points, no bullshit podcast that takes you behind the curtain off the red carpet, and to the frontlines of progress with change makers and innovators that are doing the work to shift our culture and expand their social impact. I am so excited to welcome to PM mood. Actor author activists all around just goodhearted human Hill Harper. Thank you so much for joining me. We Are you know I tell folks now that come on and do the show I. WE CAN'T ESCAPE CORONA. PM mood. The whole idea behind the show was to talk to. Folks like yourself in order to understand how you utilize your social platform to increase your social impact, and I think that now more than ever as we're all living in the midst of a global pandemic we need folks like you to be on the ground doing the work, and so you are, and you are coming to us from Detroit Michigan and I think that in the midst of all of this. This with the sheltering at home and the quarantining the social distancing and the washing your hands. We're forgetting about those folks who haven't been able to have the ability to do any of the things. I just listed ever specifically. You have been working with folks in Flint Michigan. Who if I'm not mistaken? We are going on what six years with them. Not Having water six years so so in a with A. With a pandemic that Wires US right. To in order to stay safe to wash our hands to to do to to wash our surfaces in all these things. To us give give me the picture of what is going on in flint what has been going on and now what has been exacerbated by the pandemic? Okay, so wow, that's a huge and long story. I'll try to be as concise as possible but. About five years ago, I was invited to flint to do community event in the city. It was Ryan Kugler is pre black her yup. Jesse Williams and a group of singers and other folks. We came into this event. Basically support the the community is brother came up to me as hill opera books I, love you brother in I know you're committed, but but but you gotta promise me some like what man he said man. We've got so many celebrities coming here. They come and take a Selfie, and then we never see him again yet. They're using. Using US for publicity, but they're actually not staying around to see if anything. He's a promise meal comeback and I said I promise, and so I've I've I've gotten more and more entrenched. The because you become friends with the P with folks there you become rooted in the community, so I've gone back and back and back, and held a number of events, and all sorts of different things started doing using which my mother was very happy about using my law degree finally. We created a Social Justice Law Partnership to get folks to. Register. For the lawsuit where we're trying to establish a flint victims fund much like the nine eleven victims fawn. Because you don't know how lead impacts you over time, all of these kids have been poisoned and we. We don't win. Certain learning disabilities neck crop up. They may not be showing symptoms now. We need a victims fund, so you can, so there's money available. If there is special needs you can be on the com- to the victims on just like the nine eleven victims out the first responders, a lot of the medical problems didn't show up the first year or two, but to present themselves so same thing so doing that work meeting a lot of people as soon as this crisis hit. started getting a DM on my instagram him young. We met that ended up a direct message on my twitter. Some email some tax, Yo. We're. There's a crisis within a crisis happening We need help. This is a water desert, so just just for instance. Just I'm need to paint the picture. Flint is one of the poorest cities in America Percent of the folks who live there live alone already very low poverty line. Most of the people who are the makeup that forty one percent are African, American women aged twenty, three to thirty five. Many of who are single MOMS You're talking about folks who are still there and people had the audacity hit me. You're doing flint. Why are people still living there? I mean if if it's that bad, they should lead. In it's like I want leaving and the same thing that people said during Katrina leaving requires resources order for you to flee whether whether it's in the wake of a hurricane or global Penn. people fled New York, and our out all over the place because they have the ability to do that. People don't understand it requires means you're not. Economic Mobility and mobility period, but based on economics is one of the biggest privileges that any one. If you're in a war tong country. Why don't you just leave if you're in a refugee camp? Why don't you just leave? It doesn't work. It doesn't work that. So, so the people who had the means to leaflet have left. The WHO are still there. It is. It is sad, and it's hurtful and not every single person there I'm not. There are people there who are really trying to like I'm from Flint I'M GONNA? Stay here and see recover in even though I could leave, so there are those folks, but there are many people there that just don't have the ability to, and in also water desert happened much like we talked about food deserts while happen, because even in wealthy communities you saw folks were having trouble getting water at. So, just think about a place like flint, so we decided to put together I decided to put together very quickly. Go Fund me campaign. The initial at was twenty, four thousand to try to get about ten thousand gallons of freshwater there Yana Van zandt challenged Manson. You didn't shoot high enough to raise at fifty thousand. She helped with a lot of her supporters. To give you know relatively small amounts because it was all about you know right now, is you? Don't ask people to over extend because there's a lot of economic uncertainty, but because and give. Our it's a lot of people giving it adds up in, so we've made it up to fifty seven thousand dollars. We just had this morning. Another thousand Gallon giveaway on the east side of Flint Wears Large Latino population. and. Again two and a half hour line of cars the need they're so extreme and obviously this is triage, so we're doing these things. There's like get water there because they need it now. And we want to create more sustainable solutions over time, and that's part of the work. We WanNA. Do the right now. It wasn't time that just have a former talk about sustainable solutions about. Hey, folks need water right now. We gotta get it air within this crisis. He'll tell me you know. What is Governor Whitman? What what what is? What are you know and look I? I watch the news. I have to do for so for my living but governor whitmer. She's being held in a lot of ways you know. Dealing with the shutdown, dealing with these militias at a storm in the Capitol building these arm White Man but this flint problem like I said at the beginning has been going on for six six years that we know about. So. Let's just say that because people have been drinking poison water there, but it wasn't until you know six years ago that it became a national. Crisis and national situation What if anything is state government doing to help the people because wonderful like we you know I. There's a leader of an organization called color of change shod Robinson, and he says that we cannot. You know we cannot use charity as a way to get us out of systemic problems, right? You are doing wonderful work as a as an incredible philanthropist as an activist, but we can't. We can't goodwill our way out of this right. This is this is a systemic policy problem. So, what if anything is the government doing there? You know I asked that very question very frustrated. you know there's a wonderful ten governor here name Garland Gilchrist. whose brother who I know and I text him about these issues, because clearly the the lack of political will to solve this problem is a Cori- ended in its evidence, and it's it exists over two administrations in part of the the platform mall. The campaign platform was look governor. Snyder look what he did to this community. And then now you've been in office long enough to solve it. The same problem happened in. Let's be very clear. No, we're not. You Know Listen Same problem happened with the the the right to literacy case. In I don't know if you know much about a lot of people don't know about this case, but telling urine Detroit. There was a group of young American scholars who were under educated. In, terms of just the, they filed a brilliant lawsuit. Alright Literacy I've a right to be talked. While right to go to a school that educates me we. Abbott public system and an. I'm I. I went to assist in the did not do that. The previous administration. Fought it ended up going moving its way through the court system. and. The governor said. Hey I. You know I support these Bros.. As support, the scholars A. Did Not settle the case since she's been in office. And, then finally because of pressure last week, she said I'm going to settle the case problem issue waited so long that the court of Appeals which we know has been stacked with folks that may not be that supportive. Have have have picked up the case. So, they're gonNA. They're gonNA. Rehear the case that these. These young scholars one district Federal District Court because of dragging feet on these so. I never WANNA. Do I. Don't do Comparative Harm, uh-huh not. I'm not comparing harm but I am comparing political will in this example. I'm about to give In, very short order in State of Michigan. When the horrific acts of Larry Nassar at Michigan, state gained attention around a oblivious, thirty, two or twenty eight gymnasts or I'm not sure the exact number, but it's around that number horrible acts. That was settled. With those gymnasts. I believe. The number was around five hundred million dollars. Within a matter. I think three months. National, attention spotlight. Obviously, there was political will. City of a hundred thousand people. It has been poisoned. Has Not gotten a settlement. In it is shameful, it's shameful on all of us. It allowed it to continue I. Look I put myself in their, too. I'm not saying. You know everybody else. No I'm just as at fault for not pushing. An an sounding the bullhorn hard enough and loud enough to create political will, but it is a shame. There's no question these people should be suffering the way they are. There's no question. There should be some type of remedy already in place I believe we are very close very close to a settlement, but the numbers I've been hearing our horn apparently law. Can, you can overhaul. Can you give? Give us a snapshot as to why. It is so difficult. To take out these horrific pipes. And why that kind of construction infrastructure building has not been underway, or am I wrong? Has it been underway and just not? It hasn't gotten everywhere yet, but I. mean again you're you. Bring up very good examples of cases that we look at and we say. How did that happen so quickly bright? Why was this expedited? Why is it six years and we haven't seen massive infrastructure development happening. To help these sick people okay so. Obviously. It's because the people there are poor. And the people of Color and You know folks that get ignored. The most are poor people period no matter what race right if you don't have power, you don't have the economic ability to support candidates, and and all of those things you get ignored now. You add onto that issues around race. is around justice and all of that now there has been piecemeal worked up. Part of the problem I mean if you really WanNa. Talk about the real, the real injustice in the real diabolical issue. goes all the way back to General Motors. General Motors had a plant in Flint, and they were noticing that their engines were corroding. The engines they were building. Or corroding. And they they they switched water supply. They noticed that after after flint switched live in flint. There in just started growing like we can have paroling again. We're building. We're building marks. So switched the they got their own water supply, but rather than actually notifying the community rather than actually going after and say hey, there's a problem that's all they did, and who knows who told her didn't tell also. NAVARINE! In the engines corroding, but not the internal organs and systems of. NBA more concerned about the engine and the people in that that's a shame and clearly so was state. And of of of Michigan and clearly. Many other politicians in whoever's so you have all that leading up so now you have an extreme lack of public trust, so even though folks have been told that they've switched back to the Detroit River water supply, they still have the same types in their house, and they know that there was corrosion with that other wars by just because the water supply will make sneak trust it now. I did get a text or I got a text from a woman. Ebony whose daughter has asthma in the water burn face. Okay in her daughter, so it's a shame. You talk about these in you. Hear the whatever all these stores. So ultimately the folks in Flint have zero trust in. What they're being told. In so independently. Know. We've had some water testing done. We're doing what we can, but they have been piecemeal and taking pipes and putting price back. A haven't done it in all the houses. Part of the issue to me is is is not a huge comparatively amount of money. I believe we ran the numbers at around seventy million dollars in terms of they could put whole house filtration systems in every home. So it would make it agnostic to what even the water supply was coming through. The door is right so at least you. You have a filtration system that's attached to your main waterline. It's treating filtering water. It's coming through your whole house. And in those are the types of things that would engender trust, but again those are the types of things that only get done in. Wealthy communities Have, the political power to to increase the political. Will you know I'm interested to see what's going to happen with this settlement. As we're tracking the case, the other challenge we've been we've been having is getting people to sign up. Because again it's like. Those, studies, where you shock a dog, and they jump the first time he shot him. Keep shocking. Keep jumping awhile. You keep abusing them in shocking them and they stopped big up. In Flint I. I've had all these town halls, saying hey. Let's sign up sign up for this loss of the more people are signed up the more sense of message that this fund should be bigger and folks like why. I mean at some point in time. Right like you're saying you you. You just give up right and it's and it's not, and it's not through the lack of trying and the anger, and the screaming and the protest, and you know the amount of celebrities that come through, but at some point in time right like I have exact I am exhausted. I have exhausted every effort that I can put forward and to that extent hill. How do you get? Other celebrities like yourself. Other folks that have the platform had the means have the bullhorn to be consistent. With their work. In Flint and not just doing what the gentleman had told you pop it in for the Selfie, popping in for the Hashtag, and then going back to their lives and look I. Appreciate It, you know any bid of time any bit of effort and money that people put in, but we know that consistency especially in politics in policy is what wins the game, consistency, inconsistent voice, and Bullhorn? Even if you have to pass, the baton is a relay race a marathon times. You know a million. So how do you get people to stay involved their comeback? What do you do well to be honest? You know. Folks need an easy runway to this kind of work. I'll be honest, because is celebrities so called celebrities or people with platform? They're no different than anybody else. And for the most part most people aren't. Doing. Here like most people are lazy s out. Do what they WANNA. Do which is eight mirror of themselves and their family and out once those bands start extending outwards. You'll do what you can you write a check or maybe you put an tie. Church or about it's more local, or what have you so? I never begrudge anybody for doing anything or not doing anything I. Never Begrudge that the, but isn't you know at the end of the day I encourage people? If my whole thing is, what makes your heartbeat faster if you hear something when you read about it, ever you hear about it, and your heart starts to in the hair on your back of your next sick up. That means you're passionate about it and therefore follow that passion and do something around it, and then maybe you get deeper because it happens organically. The Flint me getting involved with Flint. Happen organically. I didn't go searching out flint or cause around water. It happened because the more I started to learn, the more the hair stood up on my. Back my neck and the. Messed it I got because I you you start to see the level of injustice and just the level of harm, you know there are people who bought houses for sixty five or seventy thousand dollars. Their whole life savings went into that house, and now the house worth five thousand dollars. In, so there's this old adage where people say it's it's expensive to be poor. These are the people that you know. When when when the rest of America catches a Cold Day, catch the corona. They catch the flu. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, they aren't a symptomatic. Carriers. It is so that gates me in, so I can't do it all. Obviously, people say well. How come you're not here there? This is I'm doing this and then and then I got because of this work. I got engaged in Newark because Newark has a lead poisoning problem riding moments really talking about with the kids in Newark. Experiencing lead poise okay. You know and that's that's. That's a real tricky thing because people are like. Hey, there's a great African American mayor who has a history of being an activist higher. You'RE GONNA talk. Bad about the Newark Situation inside. You just gotTa. Tell the troops know the kids have led in their system doesn't matter who it doesn't matter. Who Yeah gotTA stop it shows. The. So I think a lot of the activism for me happens organically and I think the same for everybody else, but part of it has to be an easy. Entre so that's the first touch or the first touch point is like. Hey, it's a low lift. Could you do this? And maybe they get engaged? Get invited back and they get deep more even just like what at Flint I got invited to an event that I did not put on. Grain didn't take the time to go because I cared about that community cared about the issue, but once I got there. I got leap. You know you have been involved in advocacy and activism. Since probably the beginning of your Hollywood career right it started in college so for me in college, or just continued, it just became a part of my life, so it started. College didn't in Grad, school, and then just continue and I. Know that you don't like to tell people what they should do. But do you think that it is? Do you think that there is a responsibility specifically for you know those in Hollywood that are people of color that are black and Brown. Folks that have made it to use their platforms to do more so than you know. Celebrating uplift themselves like. Do you think you know there is a responsibility that is? There are a should it. Should this just be to each their own limit? I'm of two minds and so I know I know you're like well now. Choose to I'm of two months. One is I. Say Follow Your Heart. Right whatever your heart is followed that. But but saying that I know. That if you're even a semi conscious black person. America that your heart is telling you to get involved and be in. Use Your platform to make some type of change, right? Just even relatively aware of the world and. That's why. When you hear you know and this is related to the last dance. When you hear something that's come up again because of the documentary, your Michael Jordan say. Even conservatives by shoes I was not going to get involved in Jesse. House versus Harvey Gantt Senate Race we're Michael. Jordan could have turned the tide for Harvey Gantt. Into to replace Jesse House. He was so popular in North Carolina. The two have Michael Jordan come out for Harvey Gantt? In the race was so close. It even angers me to this day. He would have the audacity to even defend that choice, because when you talk about the power of allowing abject racists to hold office because you need to make a little bit more money, selling one more pair of shoes. Shame on, you man. that. It's not defensible. That's a shame. In Harvey Gantt is somebody. My family has known for years. My grandfather had a pharmacy in a small town in South Carolina called was called Piedmont Pharmacy, but the town's called Seneca South Carolina, and I used to spend my summers there. It's about four miles from clemson university and they called him. They call him Doc Hill. That's how I got my name. Is he was he was dock hill and my mother was Maryland Hill in and I would spend summers there looking popsicles in. In in in the the Harvey Gant was the first african-american to desegregate Clemson. And he was called while types. N Words in were go home signs everywhere in on the weekends. He would come. Stay in my family's place DOC hills place. And became friends with my parents, my aunt. and. He somebody who? has represented a fight. Good. For inclusion injustice his entire life. In for you, Someone who has a platform to not be able to do in. It's a soft lift man i. mean it was just literally was what showing up or Hands. and. Yeah interviews soft lift. And you like. I'm not political. What? What. No one's asking you to go out and talk about the president united. This is a from north. Carolina, this is us one st one Senate race against to specific people in. You can't get involved, so that's part of my point, so I agree with you. From the standpoint of absolutely, there is a responsibility, but at the end of the day. I'm not telling you what you should be responsible for, but if if it's if it's clear and cut and dry, and it's right there in front of your face, and you don't do anything then that. That's near your selfish Ms. And that's all you are. I'm. But that that's you know that's kind of my feeling in general, which is that? The world has changed a lot. Look I'm not gonNA tell. Michael Jordan how he should have acted well. No I would have. Because I you know again. He was about money and at the end of the day. You know when you think about like you're not gonNA. Take it all with you. Right like at that point. He'd made a lot of money. So what you're gonNA. PISS off white people for for what you know, maybe maybe a year. Maybe a cycle now built on a buy shoes Michael. As great as he is, will never be considered the greatest athlete of all time like Muhammad Ali. Because Muhammad, Ali was literally willing to sacrifice Yup years in his entire career for people. And Michael. Jordan wasn't even willing to sacrifice selling another pair of shoes. Wasn't even the choices were Mohammed Ali lost. Three years of his prime literally because he took a stance, he would not allow himself to go shoot. Some Asian. Folks who never called the N. Word you know as he put it. So. You know it's. It's a shame. that I don't WanNa get bogged down on that because it. Down the more becomes a distraction. Be a distraction. I don't think as I. I want people to do. What's in their heart? Yes, and in in what's really really really in your heart. I need to sell another pair of sneakers. The nest issues look yourself in the mirror. Eight really were. How did that mentality? You know it's like if you told me like I don't WanNa. Miss a game like that's I'm a basketball player I. DON'T WANNA miss a game to go through a rally. I gotcha. That's that's what you do for Living Melissa game, but this is sounds sneakers is the reason you justify you know and into your point. How much money do you need at the end of the day I? I mean honestly at the end of the day. WHO's a CEO bigger? You know what I'm saying. Colin Kaepernick, you know is arguably a bigger name now that he's back and he was day honestly than he was when he was. We're both. Yeah, exactly yeah. I'm so before I. Let you go to questions. one. You have letters to a young brother manifest your destiny, tell us a bit about that book, and specifically now, too, because you know trying to manifest anything right in again in the midst of global pandemic. We you know the these young people that are supposed to be graduating heading out into the world. You know we're for the first time. We are not leaving a world that is great for young people to be inhabiting right to be taking over where leaving them with climate change. We're leaving them with a wider racial wealth gap where Lee leaving them with a broken healthcare system, broken education system, so just talk a bit. About that book. Feel better. I'm just honest. What I ugly right that's. That's why it's. It's you have to laugh sometimes, because if you really don't year, I'll just cry all day. There's that mean or whatever it is where they have curves I. Don't be ever seen it, but it just makes me chuckle kermit. The FROG is talking to a little girl, and she says out your cookie monster, and then cut to him throwing himself off a building. I'm working my whole life I'm kermit. And you re cooking your you know so you gotTA. Say, Gabby, whatever it is, we we, we have all these ills, but the beautiful thing is we still have breath in our body and life, an ability to think, and we can do together y'all. I truly believe that I. I really believe as people get more conscious more enlightened about their power, understanding power we are, we are powerful together, but there have been forces at bay and Social Media and technology has been used just like propaganda back in the day. Divide people to divide us and make us think that our interests are our different, not true, and so we have to the more we worked together an in and really work hard together. We can solve. Many of those provinces talked about. That as my, that is my hope, that is my hope, so the final question that I always ask people that joined pm. Mood is this. How do you get in the mood to change the world? I breathe. I read. I opened my ears and listen to the people who actually number one already know the answers. We don't have to go into any community and solve a problem for somebody. They already know the answers in their community. We just have to listen and then helped. Get the leverage. Or power that they need to get the resources to implement the solutions. So. And then I have to energize so so so breathe center, read, educate and understand, listen to the people, and then get the energy required to make a change rely always reference physics. Is that are truly believe when you talk about physics? You know the only way to move. A mass that is stuck in stasis is with an equal or greater amount of energy to the mass right. We're talking about solving big problems. We need big energy to do it in an I'll say this quite honestly in an somewhat sadly is that the people who have completely antithetical values to myself have out energized most of us. Talk Louder Yeah they out energy you. They lie more tong louder and bully you and push you around, and we have let it happen. We've allowed to have and we've tried to come. No, let's just be conciliatory. We had eight years of conciliatory behavior in Pennsylvania Avenue, and basically everything that's that was passed during that time is gone. Deep it in and judges are gone. They've they? They have out energy'd. Out Energy. good people in it's time for those of us that. I did a talk at at a retreat called a mind body green revitalize where I called it. Nama Stay M. F. I won't say it on here, but Nama style you can. Stay motherfucker and That's what the Tyler speech was I said. You know there's a lot of us. Walk around saying Stay gold a yoga class. No, yes. I blessed the God in you. Spiritual be strong with in while someone else is dislike Malcolm said. Put that knife in your back nine inches if they put out three. That's that's not progress. Mom. So it's time to. I don't mind the non my state. Because that senators, you need to breathe, and we need to let people's blood pressure. Come down what they need to be healthy, so the stay is great would after you don't stay, get up and say. None this ain't gonNA work. We're GONNA. Do it this way. I'm not GonNa, let you. Punch me in the face, right left and center. Just like you've mentioned the governor's legislative. You got people showing up there with guns being aggressive chasing down reporters. Coughing on people doing all these aggressive things all that is if you WANNA boy down is energy. Energy and I'm not saying it's energy directed in a very certain aggressive type away. I'm saying you have to be that type of energy, but you have to match that level of energy, yes. You, know you say that in a on I'll just say this is that when Michelle Obama said when they go low, we go hi. My feeling was more on the Eric holder side when they go low. Kick them in the knees like when they. You know what I'm saying like you can't. You cannot rationalize the behavior that we've been seeing exhibited. Three and a half years. You cannot rationalize it. You can't ignore it, but you have to match it to your point. You have to match energy with energy because the belief that we have that this is all just going to go away, right? It isn't right, and so what we do now to dig in. And to restore and to reenergize is really going to be what makes. What makes our future breaks up and to your point? This has been going on a long time. This that organization around putting the mechanisms in place of what we're seeing right now been going on a long time. It was a guy that I was in Harvard law school with who I'm not gonNA say his name, but he would go way to these conservative hours had arguments with the class over policy and all sorts. Thanks and he would always go win, but we were outside. We were forceful and he obviously he's got a meeting. He'd be going to these meetings in Boston. Out with different. Think tank groups literally plotting. How they're going to Gerrymander woolmer statehouse legislature I mean this court, system. Happened like magical. This has been energized planning a blueprint, and and then also certain things the use of technology. They didn't even anticipate a four to to to actually heightened the ability to spread message, and and get in galvanized support so through lies through Miss Misinformation Wallace so so we have to match. It doesn't have to be the exact same way, but the only app the match after match the energy and the Amplification Hill Harper. Thank you so much. Thank you so much for the work that you do. Thank you so much for joining me on PM mood. And I hope that you can continue to keep your energy because we need your passion, your grace, and your work to continue, so thank you I'm not gonNA. Please don't. Notice shows like this. He's discussions is so important I believe in it. It's what I can do, and it's what I do, so I will continue. Thank you so much. 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"Hey, Matt I have yet to ride one of those birds shooters because I hate those things that does not surprise me at all Joel. But you know, I have been getting Instagram adds to give me to become a bird charger to join that gig economy. Oh, that's right. Just like Uber folks are getting targeted to start side hustles to make an extra buck or even to try to make a career out of it. But should you? Do it not all side hustles are created equally. Exactly every week. We dive into practical money topics like this on our podcast. Listen subscribe to our show on apple podcasts the iheartradio app or wherever you get your podcast. Just search for how to money. With Becca Tilly and time your read an iheartradio and people's choice award winning podcast. You know, I did this thing earlier today was the bachelor recap. And I was actually I committee, and she said we were talking about the podcast. I was plugging it, and she goes it is an award winning podcast. And I was like thank you for that respect. Respect their specked. I really really feels good. Just I liked for other people to acknowledge ice and things that we're doing especially someone who is in the same space as us where is a trophy. Now your place. Yeah. It's in that little nook under the stairs. Sure. The no couple of light on its shared us. Just a spotlight. Lynch's all night. Because I want people driving down the street to be. We'll see that batboy. No. We do not want them to. It's like, I can't believe you don't have blinds. And especially after watching you. I know, but I loved over light. Like, I love I get that. But when you go to sleep, you should have something where you close it. I haven't in my bedroom. But like my living room is just I'm sure that the entire street has seen me naked. You should have blinds them up during the daytime, it's great. They have these great contraptions blinds curtains blinds in my house just watching in the living room. Yeah. I want everyone to see what I'm watching on TV. Yeah. Enjoy the show. That's why I actually had this thought because tawny? Meccas hairdresser lives across Michigan. Be mine. Not too. Yeah. She lives across literally across the street from me, she can see into my apartment, and I literally I was watching something so bad. And I was like I wonder Tani can see what I'm on. It was like some like, siesta key or something. So I was like, I don't like ten seconds. And I was like I can't if anybody's watching me watch this judging when I put on the Ruth Bader Ginsburg documentary. What is well, that's a range. I don't even know who or what that is. Oh, you'd be obsessed. She was like the modern woman of her time like she paved the way for all of us. She's incredible surpreme court Justice. Okay. She's the one that everyone's afraid could be bad health. Because if she is another more conservative judge will take her place and change the balance, she overturned all the like anti basically all the laws that were like based on gender. She kinda like overturned all those not all of them, but a good chunk and the movie was called on the basis of sex, right? Armie hammer. Oh, there's a movie about her right now. And then there's a documentary on the watch that you would be. Yeah. Chinese seen every movie. Now, what does that I've never heard of phone rang before so weird old school right here? So tiny seen every movie, and I feel like it's been it's good for her for like, she's become a more well rounded person because of all about music, and then she'd watch like no movie, no move. No movies. Okay. So tiny has a story. She wanted to tell us for months, but she's gonna have to wait a little bit longer because Michelle Kim's on the phone. We're gonna forget again. But this is very important. Go ahead and introduce her I got it right here. So Michelle Kim was actually on Grey's anatomy last week and. Hi there. How are you? Ladies. We are so great. How are you? I'm doing so good tiny with perfect 'cause I literally just wrap while like only like I was on hold with you guys. And then they're like, okay. You brought them like, oh, okay. Perfect time more time than we. I know there's so many fun things. Does that mean that you're coming back like that? You're no I'm on. I'm on a different right now. We've got bit. Yeah. We were just talking about it. And I was thinking I'm like, wait. She might be back because they're gonna show do cry. It obviously wasn't like a half like perfect ending for. You're right. I didn't know if maybe they bring you back around because you were so endearing in like some old. Do. Yeah. Thank you. Yeah. It's crazy. A little like real life. Spoiler is. I'm actually pregnant in real life. Thank you my uterus. Fine. I'm glad believe you. I saw her take out your unit wash it happened. We should set it up for letter listening who don't know shall was the one that had her. She had the surgery. What's right, Catherine FOX did the surgery on her to take out and she had to ultimately take her uterus. And then we were kind of left with her just crying. And we don't know if she's coming back next episode. She's not. Yeah. I know. We'll see. I mean, like, I I personally I'm just gonna put it out there. I think it'd be really fun to like come back later on you know, what I mean? It's like oh a miracle. Now, it'd be grace fashion that sometimes. Oh my gosh. And you I know no, I think that would be really good. I think that would be really good for rain. So I'm glad you agree. Wait now, we need like all the dishes with. Oh my God. Okay. Well, it's so funny because first of all I I mean, I stopped watching Grey's about like probably is it five or six when like it started to become like a like a musical. My husband, and I kind of check out and then and then I went on the whole like John the land train, and then scandal and how to get away with murder, and it just became too much to keep up with. And so I personally didn't realize how big of a deal grade was and or still alive, and so like when it came out like people from my personal ever just coming out of the woodwork. Everyone's so concerned about my uterus and that and it's crazy back story. Because I kind of actually literally think yesterday posted this long story of my experience because yes, like experience on Grey's was like incredible everyone was so warm, and like really the OJ doctors are just like straight chilling in their chairs and like this live in less. I would say like Debbie Allen character and deputy William like, they are they're like busy bees behind. Behind the scenes like Jesse taking call right before like seeing taking play. That's how I picture him. Yes. Like literally air pods. He has his whole doctors off in it. He has an air posits is. Okay. Let me call you right back. And then he hangs up, and then they act in we do the emotional scene. And then he's like, okay. What were you saying? And so yeah. And the w Allen like has her whole life has her little her assistant with her the whole time, and like they're just like working, and it was really like interesting to see all the different dynamic, and then to work with the actress who played I believe paren-, the intern like, you know. You know, we we connected she's newer to the show. And so she was like very she's like, you know, no one's talking to me. And I'll talk to you. Friendly. Yeah, she was really friendly. And so, yeah, I feel like I have like a good diverse experience from like, oh, gee, doctors who are just like really chill and calm. Oh my gosh. Yeah. He's just like sitting in his cast chair like eating chips, and like drinking a smoothie and just like, I think like making calls about stocks. I don't know. Dog. What about the house Alex Karev in real life because I feel like he might be like the whole time it, so unfortunately, I didn't work with Alex nor Meredith own or I know because I didn't have seen with them. So I want to know this is just for mine in tanya's knowledge because this is a dream of ours. What were the extras doing just walking around where out, you know? What I episode where if you guys were hoping to be an extra one day. They're very they're just roaming around. And because they have to be consistent. They pretty much be line from one wall or one hall to another hall, and maybe hold a tray. I think he would crush it fixed. Fixed. It. See him board. Did they seem you know, what I that? They do you can't you have to like kind of tap into the monotony monotony of hospitalized because it's not about them, you know. And so I feel like you ladies have a bit too much sparkle like you were people us. Oh, not really funky. Go in the background. Yeah. They're like just walk the hall of the hospital, and I'm like bouncing. Right, right. We do. They have at crafty. Oh, oh my gosh. It was delicious. I look what we what I had. They had like that's like a chicken a tiny chicken salad with like one time. And then you could choose you could choose chicken or beef. And then another time. So you know, what it was a very Asian insider day, I'm Korean by the way, and then they have like bringing. And then they had cookies it was. It was amazing. I like that's the thing. And. Yeah, that again, I didn't know I was pregnant when I was filming it, but a whole nother story. And so I was like stuffing my face and. Yeah, it was great. I love. So how how many days did for you to film that episode that I was literally just thinking? You know, what it literally only one day there the whole day? Yeah. So I it took one day. They all my things. And you know, the funny thing is is not the most emotional seen the last scene was the first of the day. So I had to like revved up. And and so mean w Allen had her shot that day, and then and then honestly, I actually waited I would say for six to eight hours before me, I could go to my trailer. But like, I don't know the trailer can be really depressing by yourself. And so I'd rather like be on set. Like, even if I'm just sitting the whole time, the all the unity mean on the wall now because then you actually see the dynamic. It's always a little bit awkward because like you don't want to at least as like a a guest, darling. You don't want to assert yourself. Like, this isn't your show. And I just kind of like if people wanna talk to me they can. But I just make myself available open. But like try not to be annoying. And then we none. So I I met Maggie. And she's so sweet. But you know, I didn't have anything here. But she was there. And then Dr Bailey being yeah. Another OG that could dislike de gaffe like their love and live like in in the pocket. You know? Yeah. So that was pretty cool. So when then like make a wish was there because I guess about happened often. We're like fans if they're, you know, they're part of the make a wish foundation, they'll I wanna meet whole cast. And so it was really funny. I kind of like watch it all happen. And you're like, oh, where's where's Allen? Where's Allen make is here? So that was kinda cool like Steve onset. You just didn't necessarily work with every way. Now I walked past the character to play Meredith current love interest. So deluca. Yeah. Yeah. Like, oh, there's something there. Yeah. So I walked past them. But I wasn't in the seat in with them. Okay. I have a question. Yeah. Go ahead of the way, you are an excellent crier. And I'm very impressive. I was first seeing that you did. Because that was I even remember thinking that I was watching like, wow, she is all in. Thank you. That's very Romney Mallika view. Now only goes I appreciate that. You know, I I had a kind of question people wrapping on Instagram and one of the questions were those fake, here's or real here. And honestly, they were real dear because you know, like to just get like real real like, you know, I've had several friends like lose babies or not being able to have kids and my husband, and I like we stopped taking a birth control. And then in tobacco. I didn't know that I was pregnant for two months because I don't know if it's GM is please stop me. If it is Joel the oh, great. And so it was an side you'd even moved and I you don't have your period in. So then like my doctor said that it could take several months to let your body like reactivate and whatnot. I didn't know I was missing periods. But that's why I didn't know it was pregnant for two months. So that being said by meek taking out the IUD, which I had for like five years that. It was like my husband, and I was like conscious decision. It'd be like, okay. You know, what we don't know like how this will go Lord willing. And so let's just like, you know, you're like we've been married we've enjoyed our marriage, and he's a pastor. And so like we already family, so yeah. So we got I even move I booked graze and like just going through the process of like wanting to get pregnant in real life. But also like with open hands not knowing how to go and then to like be terrified for who wasn't interested in having kids. But because she now at a higher percentage of not being able to now want to I don't know it just like became very euphoric experience. Like, I remember the makeup artists was like do you want like a mental sick for tears? I'm like, I don't know. I think I just. I'm going to need lots of tissues because I already feel myself like really like holding the weight of like this terrible news. And so yeah, it was like it came very naturally, which is always like an after fears like, you know, like, oh, how do I like cry on Hugh? But I think I just had like a massive emotional arsenal. Like ready to like, go tears, if you need them, they well say, well, so basically it's like a little I actually have one it's a meant it almost looks like a lifting its Olympic container. And it's menthol you could just like put someone your fingertips. And then like if you Deb it in like a corner of your eyes. It'll like math living here or there like a mental stick that the makeup are like blow into your eyes. And like Netflix causes you to cry sounds, very painful. Yeah. So how about when the surgery was going on? How long did Jeff delay there with your eyes? I only had a way there for like two minutes. They yeah, they film that separately. And you know, what I inside in an I actually your thing. I did the inside because I like they had to like color match my skin to make sure it would look the same. And then and like the special effects guy like he didn't know that. I was that character. He's oh, yeah. There's like a broken vagina and a cancerous tumor, and they're like, oh, I think that's my like. Oh, okay. Well, there you go. And so I was like, oh, that's cool. And and then the second thing is with the the closing my eyes, quite honestly, like I'm in the face of my career where I like die all the time. Or like, I'm deciding and I hope to one day like live and so. So that can live and not die in third. Jury was a big deal for me as a an actor. And I was so nervous about my fluttering is because there is an episode that I did last year for the gifted and identify and they had to literally special effects, my is down. Because I like I can't keep my eyes close. I know what you're talking about. Like if I'm getting any work done alike, my eyelashes or my housing there like tried to not like butter your eyes. It's almost like all of a sudden, I have like a twitch or something. It's so weird. I don't know how to like no matter how relaxed even if I don't drink coffee like it's impossible, yum. Yum, same way. So I'm glad it was like a quick shot. Who is friend who listens to the podcast who? Actually. Yes athlete and Tiffany I have to shot them out because. Yeah, you're like my little my little PR girl. Okay. You booked on podcast and stuff. I know the backstory they give you for your character, which never gets into the show. Why is that the backstory for your character? It says Emma is a tough working class young woman who can drink her male co-workers under the table. But like a curve. Rosalyn Warren down like none of that ever made it onto the show get into character. Right. Did you use any of that stuff? I did. Because you know, what in the addition? I actually had more lines in the audition. Usually they kind of like make up a like a whole new set of lines in order to like protect kind of the, you know, the show in like gray line. And so in the audition, I guess I like worked on a rig on the tomboy. So I like work with the guys, and you know, the guys give me a tough time. And so and I'm not I don't I don't believe I'm like seeing anybody. But again, like I have this cancerous tumor, and so then like having to that being they're implying that I want to be able to get pregnant made me like want to have at the chance get pregnant. So that was kind of like, I think in my lines in addition lines. I was like, yeah. The guy. Guys are like give me a hard time because excellent me, and they say that like once I have keynote there's just like random stuff. So no, so. Oh, so a little tomboy girl. Yeah. We'll thank you so much for taking time that was so good. Even more excitement about our debut on the show whenever that may one day. Oh my God. I will start walking again. Just so I can. Question for her. Dan. I ask. No. You didn't ask it? Did. They talk about scrubbing. Because we just had Janine in here Janine. I mean, really, and she said that they know about this podcast on the set. And so I was wondering if you were them maybe tower. Interesting. You know what? No, again, I'm just a one like a one time dropping, and so no one really I didn't talking about you're probably they're probably listening. That's probably what Jesse Williams do. Visit AARP dot. Exactly, you know, what they all. They all I didn't hear them all about grubby and. Yeah. Just williams. Thank you. Scrubbing in. But it was really the podcast now that it's all coming together. We'll thank you so much for being on. You. All right. All saying you so much. All right. Have a good time. She by by. That's no fun. What we do that every week? We just watched the shine, and the I guess wouldn't it be cool an extra? She had like, I know she had a storyline. And I feel like we could probably find them because like all you have to do is find their name search on Instagram, and I haven't I have a great story to follow up with this. Hold on. Hold on. We got these things. Each story for us. When we come back. We starting with ZipRecruiter. Oh, what a is there? A better way to start. Because I Don I can't go on. No, you know. Well, you know, what's not smart job boards that send you candidates that are not qualified for the role you posted. But you know, what is smart going to ZipRecruiter dot com slash Beck and hire the right person. So unlike other job sites, ZipRecruiter finds qualified candidates for you. It's powerful matching technology scans thousands of resumes to identify people with the right skills education and experience and the actively invite them to apply to your job. So you get qualified candidates fast. Yeah. It's why ZipRecruiter is rated number one by employers in the US this rating comes from hiring sites on trust pilot with over one thousand reviews and right now our listeners can try ZipRecruiter for free at this exclusive web address. So that's ZipRecruiter dot com slash Becca. 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So I won't so low, and it was so intimidating like it was literally just like the biggest celebrity, you know, like you're looking around. And it's like, you know, the cast of this is us and like people that are just like massive on TV right now. And and while can wouldn't fun thing though. Like how fun? I know. If honestly if I had someone with me, it would've been like so much fun. But it was, you know, walking into something like that not having anyone and not really knowing anyone that was going to be there. Right. Just like question. Mark question, though. I'm looking literally I walk in. I I just go to the bar. I'm going to get a drink chill. And I see Jason George. I see glasses, and I see tear is tearing her real name or her yet character. Oh, yeah. Yeah. That's I was like what is her helm and glasses. And I'm literally like together all three of them together. They were all just like chatting and then Maggie walked in like a little bit later. And then. I don't know if there was a new I don't think anyone else from grace. So literally they walk by me. And I'm like, hey, I was like I just wanted to introduce mysel-. Yeah. I was bold because they felt more like my friends than anyone else. Like Jason, George so. Yeah, he was in. He was in a conversation. So I did end up saying hi to him. And he was very nice. And like he and his wife or starting a podcast. And he was like, thank you. You know, so fun being when he was he's just the by the bet like literally just like he s about you. He's just so kind and love. No. I know Jason George. Yeah. We love you. So I stopped glasses and helm. And I'm like hi just wanted to introduce myself. I was like I have a podcast it's based off a scrubbing it and glasses. I wish do we get his desk. Losses Levi Schmidt. So he's classes. Okay. But this this week he was like, I'm not glasses anymore. Remember, he's all I'm Dr Schmidt. I'd like that. I really like fell in love with him this epic. Okay. So he's like, oh my gosh. Yes. Janine told me like she was on the podcast. And I was like I really want you to come on. I'm going to aggressively DM yell until you answer, and they're both like super nice and like so down. So. Borelli and Taryn helmets. Played by JC Elliott, so J J C J J C. That's who I talked to. I'm not I would like to talk to home because like I feel like I haven't connected with her character. I bet they're going to have a storyline. We're going to because I feel like I just got glasses this week, and I'm like into him. Now, if I were Harambee worried because I feel like when you've been on the show certain amount of time, and you have gotten the story that means it's not. Yeah. It's going to happen or they're going to do something where you are become like this endearing character. Everyone loves to go. Yeah. Because I remember we didn't like April at first I didn't like either. And then she in turn turn. And I was like that's my sister. I love the Janin's tone everybody about it. Well, I think she was more. Maybe he just thought she posted about it. But he totally remembered him like new, you know, said it I probably scared them. I like approach them aggressive. There's no Chad good your supervisor. You are like cool chill. If I were there with you. They would have been like we need a restraining tomorrow. Yeah. But I'm trying to think if I saw I saw. Oh my gosh. Justin Hartley from this. Yeah. And his wife, his wife, and I are like social media friends. So like every time we see each other. We're like. You know, and he's always nice acts like he remember, she'll media friends. It's his birthday today. Saw several posts. So it was super fun. Very overwhelming. My feet almost fell off an said gots to go time team team by by by j phone. Yes, fine. I I really wished I would have had someone with me because I would have given a plus one is that. A plus one. Is that the deal you got it was like it was like they Laurie all brought like a group of girls. And it was you know, kind of a exclusively Vento like very honored to been asked to go. But also like very lots lots of social anxiety, bringing tiny would've been really fun. Oh my gosh. Yeah. We would have had the best women so good. Yeah. Would've been my stocking. The heck out of you will be like you need to come. Yeah. It'd be get them on the are they going to. I'm sure we just need to reach out. Yeah. Yeah. Feel about that. By the way, when you said social media friend, I have a social media friend. I'd let him remember in person. I only talked to her through Instagram, but I'm like obsessed with her she's called her name on Instagram's the blonde files and we've been like friends for of Instagram friends for maybe like, six months, okay? Because you don't have all those issues and she posts about that. And so like, I message damned her and we've had a really beautiful back and forth. And now like she's like love following you. And I was like I'm not following you. So and I was working in the Golden Globes. She she saw my story, and she's gonna come give you a hug, and I was like, oh like, I didn't I didn't know what she does. And so I was like what are you doing for the Golden Globes? Her husband is Chuck Laurie a while. Yeah. Yeah. Created two and a half men. Oh, the Kaminsky methods bang theory. Yeah. These are like the big shows. But for me, I've been obsessed with the Kaminsky method the show with Michael Douglas. Okay. But I mean, he's created some of the biggest shows and television history. Totally. And I was like oh my gosh. I had no idea. Funny is that social media friend used to my? Laurie. Yeah. She's so cute. I'm like obsessed with her and got her files. Yeah. She's a really good cook book with like healthy recipes right up. My alley. Okay. Which reminds me of my story mine's pretty quick. But I worked the Golden Globes. I did for e-. It was my first time working for e for anything like this. And they have like a stylist that styles. You and so which is like awesome because I hate I hate putting myself together. Clearly, and so, yeah, that's true. And so this is the day of the show, and they brought me like all the jewelry to like where you know from outfit. And so she's like do you wanna put these she like a the rings that she got for me? And she's like here. Do you want me to hold onto the wings? I had like this ring on she's like, I'm gonna hold onto your ring. So during the show, and I was like is this ring that Becca game? If my birthday, I was like our friendship brings. And I was like, you know, I'm so nervous that I don't wanna take this off because my best friend gave me this ring. And it like brings me like peace, and I was so nervous to do the stream. So I wore it. And it was like the only thing that I had on me that like wasn't borrowed or do. You know, what I mean like it was actually like mine and brought me like the brought me less anxiety to like have my like ring on. My ring did I vent the other night? Maybe that would have helped it really did hell would have held. So I'm probably going to wear it at the Grammys. What would you talk about what you're doing for the Grammys? I can't yet. So we do something for that. We can't say you need to know next week. But it's exciting and you're excited to do it very excited to. Yeah. Like like, this is like pinch myself excited. Yeah. It's really exciting. Yeah. Do you wanna hear something that I've been working on? That's also not as exciting. But cool I hired organizers to come and organize. My my new house. Thank you. I would have brought Tanya over. But this task was too large for even Tanya. It is too large. I can help you when like it gets a little messy. But like this is on the I need professionals to come in. So I go into my bathroom because they've been working on my bathroom and my guest bathroom, and then they're doing my office, and my my MAI, my master bedroom. Closet, and I go look at my bathroom the other day after they finish. It is gorgeous like every every single item is separated into plastic like little spacer. So here's my question. How do they like? So they dislike come in. And look at your space. And then what do you tell them are you involved ill or you to say like organize it? I kinda say organize it by well, I was downstairs yesterday. But yeah, they will she came over and we clean out. My closet in. That was exciting because it was like, you know, just really having to get rid of something. Yeah. And so I did that. And then they like basically color coordinated my whole closet like I don't even want to touch it. Like, it's perfect. So today, I had this thing in the morning with access Hollywood. And I get a 'cause I'm leaving. And it's the girl the organizer girl was at my house already, and she's like you have a huge leak in your ceiling. And I'm like what? And she's like. Yeah. It's like a huge bubble, and it's dripping onto your couch, and John you're it's in your living room. Yeah. Coming bath. Yeah. The bathrooms like a boat. Oh, that's almost better though. I don't know if then from the ceiling like from rain, it's from the ceiling will. Yeah. But if it's your bathroom, they can fix the pipes in the top floor. Yes. There's nobody above her a ruler. Yeah. Oh, yeah. It's a it's a townhouse the first floor's like the living room, and then it's the rooms in bathrooms, and so there's a bathroom that guest bathrooms right about my. But the weird thing is I don't often use a guest the guest bathroom. You know? Like, it's not really used that often. Right. I don't know if the league has been like festering for. Well to create a bubble like that it is not looking good like the paint split. I know. So there he's coming to look at it today. Let me know what he says because you know, I'd like Dell a lot with flooding. Like three Belanger flood to drink it, truly chaos, truly. But. Yeah. So the moving in process is exciting. I know. Well, I just did something kind of exciting. Did you see the Retha? I have on my door. I think I'm going to be that person that like has the different one for each season. Because so I had the wreath four like Christmas the sparkley one. And it just brought me so much joy to like walk in my house, and like have that in my because nobody else has anything on their door. You know, and I took it down. I got really sad. Like it made me, and I was like I can't have this up all year round. That's like embarrassing, but it made me really sad. And so the girls that are helping me like decorate my apartment, they ordered me this shutout morals company. Their listeners of the podcast. The ordered me this like heart-shaped wreath, and it's like made it like pink and red berries. It's so cute. And I think I wanna like maybe like inner change with the season. Are you a big Valentine's Day celebrator low? Are you kidding? I mean, but like. As it like. Assuming when you're in a relationship you bake and bake in vague and probably grow your own flowers or something. Yeah. But when you're single take yourself out like do treat yourself on Valentine's Day, or are you celebrating self-love? Yeah. Just all kinds of love will last year. We went to chalk. Yeah. You know, I just try and do something. That's just love us encompasses love. I always have liked the whole thing of even if you're like not a big celebrator of like the Valentine's Day like all that. What it signifying is? It's basically a day of love. Yeah. And it is never been it were I've read has never been specifically. I haven't read anything I've never even checked this. So this is just unauthorized information off the cuff off the cuff. But I don't know why it should only be romantic love. I feel like it should be day of celebrating love for whatever that means in your life in the moment. Totally I love how I'm not that person. That's like single. Yes. I used to tweet stuff like for tension. I didn't really feel it. I didn't feel left out. I don't want anything. You know, my motions don't go that. But I yeah. I'm like reading our list of like hot topics. Let's get to those after we talk about new. Okay. You can take your pick on those hot topics. New. Let's talk about it. So sticking to a weight loss plan is can be very hard, especially when you don't know how to handle the thoughts and obstacles that hold you back from making the progress. But with Neum weight loss is in the palm of your hand. Literally. It's on your phone whenever and wherever you need it. 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This is this is thirty here on the topics of the day. Let's get your quick thoughts. Rapid fire topics of the day. John Mayer has a third nipple Tanya, and that's your man. I know is it weird that I don't care like live your life like. I've weird thanks to Bill breaker for you. Now. I mean, I guess if I was like in love with someone, but for drum mayor doesn't doesn't make me more attracted to him to know that I'll tell you that hairstyles has third one that looks just fine. Great the I'm more. I'd be more. Okay. With it for Harry styles and drum air, really because he didn't do it for you. He's I don't have the same feelings that you have for him phone to bring up to your group in high school, the musical finish John Mayer sugar fan club that would've been a whole day of discussion on John's third nipple. Well, you know, we didn't really discuss like things it was more leering analysis. Yeah. Yeah. So I don't know if we would have gotten to that topic. Oh my God. I should bring one of the songs that we really like analyzed. And by we can dissect it on the pot or you have somewhere split-screen sadness in that box with the condom wrapper next topic Bella Thorne's in the throttle. She's dating a rapid in mob sun and a YouTube singer named ten among go mud. Son is a male ton of mongo's a female and there are throttle. It's a bizarre group though. Let's just like they do seem bizarre trio. It's not surprising. I'm all about like loving who you want to love. But you know, I'm also all about monogamous relationship. No. I'm not sure I could I could do this ever. I could never you could never bring a third person into your relationship. No, I've never even had a threesome. So definitely don't think I can have a full blown through. Yeah. It's a lot of emotions to deal with. Yeah. A lot of personalities to like work with and you know to agree with that. But clearly a worked for some people because I know she's not the only one like I feel like we did this on the on the morning show. Once we talked about the ripples. And so many people called in. We're like I'm gonna throw up. It's great, and we all live together. And like, it's like, a sister wives, sister wives on the Kramer podcast this week shameless plug, but that's interesting because it was it was a married couple that are trying to convince this third person to join their group trying to convince their courting her like they're dating her. Could you be I tried member? When I took the pineapple. So apparently like the the sign for swingers is like upside down pineapples if you're at the grocery store, so we discovered this. And I was like I wonder if I put an update on pine up in my car, like if somebody would approach me, so I went to the Ralph's on the corner where we live and like full. It was like roaming around for like ten fifty minutes. Like, nobody approached me. I was like maybe they were known swingers insight, and there's an upside down so distinctive thing. Now, very pineapple is. Hey, everybody swinger. Join me come at me. Let's swing together. They came out. What would you have done? I would have been like. Hey could give him a fake number and then come to the radio show. But like you guys. You wanted was for them to approach you. Yeah. I just wanted to see if it was like a legit sign. But now, the not now, we still don't know apples and trolls those little yard gnomes are also a sign that you're interested in swinging fascinating. Who do I know that those interesting? All right. It's an oath rebels for the two of you are there. It is here. Let's listen to this real quick. This is Tania at the Ralph's with the upset pineapple. Apple down. Took out. Supposed to be something when social experiment. I ended up asking somebody. If he knew what it meant because nobody was approaching me. So I just went up to this guy that looked kind of sketch. The kind of guy that would know what this means. All right next topic Carson Daley tried the no carbs, no sugar diet didn't make it twenty four hours. Shirley can relate to also can relate to a baton. Do. You think you'd go? No carbs, no sugar for how long I don't think. I could cause honestly I have carbs and sugar every day is in everything. Yeah. You don't think, you know? I have I have carbs and sugar every day just a little amounts of it. Go a day. I could I could probably go a day or two. I don't think I could last hours like it's twelve fourteen you could make it 'til thirty. I don't think. With nothing can pick it up. My hoffy sugars in my apple. I love my apple every day of your apple. So so really there's no fruit allowed, and they know carb no sugar situation or could you have natural sugar. Is it not added sugar? What I did this one time. I did this like diet plan like a Clinton where you eating like, broccoli broccoli. And like. Leaves? I've never been so miserable in my life. News out of the first three days. It was who I I don't remember a lot. I was weak. And it was Dr did it accomplish what you wanted to accomplish skinny. I really enjoyed that part of it. But yeah Beckham like when she puts her mind is something like that. Like, it's weird her willpower. Do you know what's weird though? Like, I always think like I have. I'm just going to I'm not it's just a fact because I'm aware that people this is not normal. But I have great genetics. As far as like, the fact that I'm as small as I am for what I eat. But I'm always like, I wonder what I could do if I would like just put some like if I like really set a plan to like workout and like even cleaned up my diet a little bit. I know you literally because I get like sometime, and I know people were going to be like, oh, my God, whatever. But sometimes I put on outfits, and I don't feel my best because I think I know I could look better. And I also don't. Feel great internally. Because like what I'm eating isn't that great for me? And I'm like, what would what would happen if I dislike really tried. But I don't what do you mean? I don't really have a lot of willpower ways. Do those days when you do those things when you do those ones it's not like twice I feel like you're like really committed and you last for days, which is like shocking, but like there the plans are like weeks. Like for me, if I ate the way that you ate I would probably be like five hundred pounds, truly everybody's different. Yeah. Just the luck of just have like my parents are both small, but I just I'm like, you know. It's great. I have no complaints. But it does allow me to be Lazier because I'm like, I'm fine. You know? But anyways, I was a kid for like two or three weeks at had Kito, which is like, no carbs, no sugar and everything. Kito high fat, and it's like you can have a little bit of carbs. But like no sugar at all. And I didn't I didn't last that long. But the thing is is my muscles got too big. And I couldn't fit into my clothes anymore. No. But I'm guessing that's not true. That's not true. But I did I did do it for three weeks, and it was really hard. I'll bet I was in a horrible mood. Yeah. That would be the thing. Like, no, I wanna have friends if I did something like that. I don't ever remember you in a horrible mood. I was berry crabby. Did you get the results you on? I mean, if I'd kept doing you have to do it for like months like my name. He's been doing it for a year. He looks amazing Kito for a year and for here. Yeah. It could fix his vision. He doesn't wear glasses anymore as a kid. I had to confirm that actually what happens, but he says he's like Kita fix my vision. No glasses weight since we're talking about Kito. Can we go into the our sponsor the perfect? Great. Great. Great. 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And they're great for travel work before the gym or a study session. Yeah. One of them. That sounds amazing is the almond butter, brownie. I mean, why would actually really like to try these? Because I am always looking for a the reason why I don't eat bars is 'cause they're super high in sugars, I know say the seems like it would be good something you could actually have any. Yeah. They also have new Celtic caramel or caramel. Hurry, say they have lemon poppy seed Flamer's launching next month. Number thirty percent off site-wide. Visit perfect Kito dot com slash Becca and into promo code Beck at checkout again for thirty percent off site-wide. Visit perfect Kito dot com slash Becca and inter promo code Becca before we move on from the diet stuff. Want to because I've been getting so many messages about the celery juicing that I've been doing off questions to about just the people want like the recipe and things like that. It's just sixteen ounces of straight celery. There's nothing else in their straight celery, juice it every morning. I think that's what I've been asked. The most is like what's the recipe? It's straight celery. Nothing added to it sixteen ounces before he put anything else in your stomach. So before I even drink water, and it I've heard stories about helping with tons and tons and tons of things personally have only been doing it for like a month now, and it's helped me out my digestion, which is a big thing for me. So I continue to do it. But it's it's not the like there's something different about drinking rather than eating celery. I guess I I don't I'm not a nutritionist, nor am I like going to pretend to be all I know is it's helping me with my pooping situation. About it. So I continue to do it. And I've been reading stuff about it helping a lot of people with like a lot of skin issues. I have heard the skin thing too. Yeah. So I mean, there's no downside. And I I don't mind the taste of it. So you have to like drink juice it and then drink it. You can't use. You can't use it at night you're supposed to just drink it like fresh, fresh Troja. Yeah. It's it's a commitment for sure. Yeah. Something I don't agree to remember through tough, take you timed myself. Like mornings are mornings are tricky. When you work for morning show, every minute counts, you know. So I've been I set my alarm fifteen minutes early and it takes about that. By the time, I juice it drink it. And then I wash it wash the juicer before I leave. It's about fifteen minutes total about it's not that wash the juicer when he got home how much time could you say, I don't think I could leave the house at that. Like with all the gun concern. Oh, it's gone. It's just like celery chunky, the juice. No juice is nice. And just juicy but the strings anytime now don't texture it's literally just like watered consistency. But the juicer has all the like celery like remnants in it. So I couldn't just like leave. I always thought that those remnants is where the real vitamins, and there's there's a lot of arguments about juicing. Because people say that like when you do certain things that take you're not getting what's great about what you're juicing. Right. But I mean, I eat so many vegetables throughout the day that it's not like, I'm not getting my intake. You know, I want to try this game. It's a card game called red flags. Perhaps some of you have played it somebody on the morning show staff. Jessica played it and she brought it in. So I wanna play at the way the game is supposed to be played. And we'll see if it's fun. Okay. We're getting emails. Yeah. So here's the game. Goes I'm going to deal four cards to each of us. Okay. We'll see how this goes. I don't know. This might be a disaster. We'll try because people want more games anyway. So we'll give it a try. Here we go. So you guys talk while ideal weight. Can we talk about grace? Yeah. I am all of a sudden like not opposed to Lincoln Meredith. I'm so happy because I had the same sentiment. I actually prefer him now because I think DeLuca who seems to young now. And like, I think he's yet. I think that DeLuca is like just starting to like flourish as a surgeon like he's Alex Karev in the beginning stages. He needs some more time. But he's not as like like DeLuca is very sweet and tender heart. Alex is a little more like rough around the edges. Right. White DeLuca seems like very intimate with but I just feel like after seeing link it was like, oh like this is kinda like the man, I don't know. And like the fact that he doesn't stress the little things like made me, really happy. And like just the way he lives his life, which was so every being manipulated by the writers, right? Like last. We always manipulate with showed us the DeLuca episode. We all love to Luke on the elevator though. So great they've so good together. Yeah. So now you've seen the link episode. And you're thinking the exact same thing about link. Let's funny though, you. Felt this way about the vet and MC dreamy when that was the whole story line or not the. Yeah. The van of that. I didn't feel any. I was like all MC dreaming like I didn't even get this guy out of the way he's taking away time from Derek and Meredith, but this one I'm like I there there they can manipulate me for the rest of the season. I think I'm download link. Like, I think I prefer link for her I know did Catherine Avery change to Catherine FOX because this whole time a mall, the sexual assault allegations came out against her. Her deceased husband who they named the Harper Avery. Oh, I remember that last year you change your name at that point. Okay. And then what else happened? I'm trying to think she glasses glosses had a moment. Yeah. And then Teddy's now coming back, and like, so he's I'm glad he's staying with Amelia, but I don't think it's going to be smooth sailing unless she enlists teddy gets at that guy that harassing a look there does seem to be something there those two I didn't not like how she was touching her feet. I know thought she was going to reach four French fry feet. I know. Oh, grow meet to like, I don't want my surgeon like touching her feet in the break room length. Do that at home? Right. I got really just grossed out by that. Like, I don't love fee, and then when someone is like touching their feet, and then says, I feed on my hands. Yeah. It is so gross. I'm like all comfortable even talking about it right now. I'm just like so confused on how so Owen Amelia are going to be together and have a family, and then he's going to have a family with teddy, but not be with teddy, grace fashion. It's going to be a weird, and he in Amelia don't really have a family because that baby belongs to the teenager who theoretically would come back and claim her someday this is kind of like Courtney Kardashian and scart Scott Disick, right? Like is. They haven't family, and then he might have a new family with. If she got pregnant, it would be similar against what no. Yeah. I don't know. But yeah, that's not the same thing. Okay. Yeah. I tried. I liked it. It was a good attempt. But I was oh so before we started this. I've been having like weird stomach issues and I'm leaving for Europe. So I like was I called a doctor because it came out of nowhere. So I was like in case, it's like, my appendix or gallbladder something I wanted to get it checked out before I left because I didn't want to be in Europe. And have like, yeah. My pin Knicks rupture something. So I went to the ER because I don't have a primary, and I didn't really I didn't think I could get in anywhere in time this week. So to the doctor I talked to was like just go to in the ER so ago that you are I wait for like three and a half hours. I'm like looking around seeing if there's any coal action going on. It's just basically I felt like I was surrounded by the flu. And I go in and get they take my blood and stuff. I'm like back in the kind of sitting where something Stephan. I hear. Here this lady, and he's like aggressive like just some of the things she's saying behind me, and I turned to look and she's like handcuffed to a stretcher and there's cops all around her. And I so badly wanted to be like what did you do? Now scared of her. But I was thinking like, you know, that's not as exciting as Gray's like, I don't even like going to the hospital or anything because it's not really what I hope for your drama. I was hoping for people run doctors. They did. Yeah. On call room and keep an ear open. I noticed some of the nurses there were some flirty exchange, but nothing worth sitting there for a longer than I always ask every doctor like every doctor's office. I always ask the, nurses, like Grey's anatomy is that like that? And they're like, no, how are you? Are you? Okay. Oh, my well. All my blood tests. Can I what I really wanted was an ultrasound like an abdominal ultrasound. But it was so busy in there that once my blood came back fine. I think they were just like, you're fine. Like, they told me to take like privacy or something. So you don't know what the pain was. But it might have been indigestion or something they're still really comes and goes, and it's like a we're I don't even know. I mean, like I said it could literally could be something with eat. So healthy why my stomach could hurt? But. Support diet does lead to appendicitis they believe now really they never did know my mind ruptured when I was seven years old. And no one really knew why the appendix would get inflamed and rupture. But they do think diet does have a I mean. Yeah, it does. But where am I paint is isn't really related to the appendix? But she did say, you know, just to check just in case now. Everything's good there. I feel like I can go to Europe. And even if I have some discomfort time not gonna any nothing not going to be in a hospital and European hopefully land something all right? So we have these red flags of here's how the game works. So you have white cards something. Yeah. I have somewhat over here. If you need it. I might gavel play. Yeah. Because like an athlete. Knocked would is knocked on. Yeah. Okay. Okay. Though, it will are the white cards are positive attributes in someone you had date. Red cards are red flags. Okay. Let's start with Tanya. Okay. You and I- Becca are going to compete for who she chooses. All. Right. So look at your white cards. You're going to give for the two attributes of your guy you want her to choose your guide. To pick the two attributes in your hand that you think she would really go for that guy. Some of them are legit. And some of them are really silly. But you know, play along just just tell her what they gave her one. Now, give her one. Okay. I thought I said to go back and forth. Okay. Cooks all of your favorite food. K. You and he have the same favorite movies? Care about movies until like back to you back to mecca. I'm like all I'm feeling stress. Right now marks winning respectful. I like that. I don't have great cards. So I'm going to say, he's extremely patient. Okay. So hold out you have to choose yet. So my guy is extremely patient, and you have all the same favorite movies. Her guy is respectful and all your favorite cooks, all your favorite foods. Now now comes the sabotage part. You look at the red flags now I'm gonna put one of my red flags on her guy, and she's going to put one of her red flags on my gun that menu. So let me mine really split decision right now. So this could really make. So. Okay. 'cause guy cooks all your favorite foods, and is very respectful, but he swears you look exactly like their sister. But says that's a good thing. I don't. No. I don't hate that one. That's right. So Mark's guy is super patient. All the movies that you just started watching a month ago. But he tenders during sex. Tender's tender. Yeah, I'm going back as. All right. So that's bit for. All right. So now, you discard the cards of us, and it could replace them who want to be the next person beca. Right. We're gonna find somebody for you. But you gotta get rid of the cards. You've already used in. You can replace them. Okay. Well, she doesn't need cards 'cause we're she's playing you just need car. She has already have. Yeah. This is so. That's terrible tenders during when he said, it looks like your sister. But is not a bad. We're none of my where that bat. My other one said if he looked like their sister, then you fit in with the family, so cute, and like your kids are going to go. But it says has the names of all their exes tattooed on their face. That was my. To mine was like has scissors for hands. But that's not even that. That's weird. That's true. That's true. That is it didn't seem realistic. Little chiller. All right. Let's pick a guy for Becca. Okay. Hand outs Edward Scissorhands. Okay. So these are that for one for your guy Tania's guy for Becca. He's trying to hook him up with. Oh my God. Okay. Let me give you one. I he can get you a table at any five star restaurant anytime anyplace. Okay. All right. Tanya, trusting? Yeah. Owns one of every car. Are you trying to? One either because one of them one of mine is organic farmer. Hello tanya. That's my mate, Rebecca. Okay. What about always knows how to stop me from crying don't cry that off? I know. But that's a great attribute. So let's look at our red flags and see how we can sabotage. But didn't love my hand. I'm not gonna lie Scissorhands now only. What's it brings this is probably create my own. It is if you want it or I can replace it love it. Make it worth our time. If you're yeah. That exciting. All right, Tania's guy. What would the positive attributes again for your guys trusting or knows how to stop me from crying? He does. But he also doesn't think women should vote. Oh, misogynist. Is that what it's called? Yeah. All right. Then my guy. He can get you that five star table in any restaurant. He also owns one of every car, but he hates Grey's anatomy. But like, I would prefer to watch Grey's anatomy alone. I don't need a guy to like watch. And he's trusting and knows how to now. I like the trusting thing. I don't cry that often. But I also don't care about cars or or restaurants. But I don't want to who can who. I'm sorry. I need to be able to vote. So you kidding up point for me? All right. So I've got find first of all. Got on with one of the ones that gave you what are they describes all foods as yummy yummy. And so. Yummy that we're time. No lease won't stop juggling. Listen to my good ones, though stunt, double and organic farmer. I was like those though for you. I don't know if I'd want an organic farmer. Why wouldn't join the organic farmer around me? Okay. Right. And you a man you can make these female, you can imagine that I'm single. Okay. All right. Who needs more cars need all new cards because my I want new wants to. So we're picking out a girl for you, Mark. Okay. Well, I got I got your girl right here. You got her four whites and three reds. All right. Tell me about this woman. I'm going to flash back to my single days. Time back in the nineties Tango. I go first. So Mark my girl, then I have for you was on the news for rescuing kitten. Oh, very nice, my girlfr-, you she can fly. Wow. Okay. That's cool. Well, my girl that was on the news for rescue rescuing kid. She's also a millionaire. Oh my gosh. That's sweet kind and a million millionaire. Okay. Can't beat that. So she could Becca she can fly. I love to hear that story. How that came about? Yeah. And what else about her? Well, her life is the true story that Richie rich is based on wash. Well, she's not just a millionaire. She's got all the money. Yeah. Wow. So she lives in a castle made of gold to five. Rescues kitten. Understood. But gosh that is interesting Richard is worth twenty four point seven billion. That's that's what Forbes says millionaire billionaire it's like the same thing. Fly. That's true. All right. So the ground is buried you need to walk on. The imagine omen kittens, you could save if you were flying around and trees, I wonder if she could carry me like could if we wanted to go to Disney and some sort of Hardcastle, and she could fly us there. Skip Old Trafford that says how sure the FAA would have a problem with it probably. But if she's the only person that can fi- they're not gonna pass rules. All right, sabotage time Tanya, sabotage bekker's flying billionaire, so she made flying she might be a billionaire, but she doesn't know your name because she calls you buy your Xs name every single time. I her exercise axes name. Not great. No. I don't want that. Well, she might save kittens? And what else do a millionaire? Well, peons. But she also has half a beard, absolutely. Few. She can call him by Veterans Day was much as. I'm not going to tolerate a beard. As you can fly backup beco- wtn's that one. I'm so sad. Heck, we got a point that was fun. How fun is this? The red flag is always wearing a bluetooth headset. I think that was enough to destruct the Billy book. Good subtle red flag. All right. Let's get to some emails. That was fun. I thought it was good. I'm glad you enjoyed that. We should bring that back every week. Yeah. We should make our own though, make our own game. We run out of those also just want to say that's not a sponsorship a friend of a girl on her staff. Played that at a party and said, it was fun. And so we bought it. So. Sponsor a card game emails scrubbing in. I'm dot com. Oh, red flags game dot com. If you're interested, by the way, Laura and Kristen emailed saying imagine this Jared Goff wins the Super Bowl. I mean, the Rams do Thanh has been assigned to cover the parade for the morning show. Tanya Jarrett spent the whole parade on top of the float talking and immediately fall in love. Oh, and obviously, Jared goff's roommate is there to isn't that that is quite the same picture or a couple of advice questions for you. This one's not relationship necessarily. Waxing Mary, I feel like y'all are transparent enough to answer the question to maybe not I've researched and experimented and can never fully get rid of shaving slash waxing bikini, bumps and ingrown hairs do either of you have any secret tips Tanya, literally has her arms crossed like she is the doctor of waxing nodding her head. She's literally crying. Here we go. I've been waiting for this one coming up this Email, and it's true because I have really sensitive skin. So when I get waxed. I do get those like waxing bumps and they're not cute. And I have found the answer. What is it? I'm not a doctor. Let me preface again. Spoiler dog, not a doctor, but I have found that attrition must not insured, but I have found with my sensitive skin when I get a wax. If I before I go to bed. I put like just a small layer of Neo sporran on everywhere. Go to sleep the next morning shower wash it off, I'm perfectly fine bump bump lists. I have I've never tried this. 'cause I got walked once. And I'll never do it again. I've heard that if you have like razor burn you can put like rub deodorant on their like dove, deodorant, Nick and calm it. But research this before you do it. I think I read it on like one of those like. I don't know. Like, do you ever get Great Britain that when you shave sometimes but not bad? Yeah. Nothing that you would wanna like do anything to try and get rid of it. I would no I've never had. I've had times where like I think in the summer. It's way worse because I'm doing like every day if I'm in a swimsuit or whatever. And. But I've never had anything where I'm like an extreme pain or anything like Neil sporran is my it's everything like, I put it on my pimples overnight, and they're gone. Like, I don't know what Neils born is. And I'm probably sure it's probably not great to put all over your vagina. But I do it. And it's amazing world. I googled it. Because I didn't want you giving bad advice to people. Sure. Enough applying an antibiotic ointment cream McNeil sporran or an aloe based cream on visible, bump and razor. Burn will help the skin he'll while reducing your rotation inflammation. So you're right. It works. The owner. And I don't know let me give me. What's that? Yeah. It did I dream this don't know mostly if it worked pretty amazing. Since they're made for faces. Their extra gentle, Deb some rubbing alcohol on the skin to kill the bacteria in close your pores than apply. Deodorant liberally. This will keep you dry down there. He won't shave and present and prevents razor bumps. I don't know if that made any sense what I just said. But I don't think you're good good advice to marry 'em. Yeah. I hope these things help because it is annoying. If not maybe laser I know that that is like annoying. But I know it you don't have those things financial struggles at the title of this from anonymous, and we've not had this one before this is interesting. My dad has not been in a great spot financially for the greater part of my adult years in spent the last ten years financially supporting my parents because of this. I haven't been able to save as much as I would like for my future with my fiance. He is not happy that I keep helping up my parents with their rent. He's known about this situation throughout our entire five year relationship, but I find myself withholding information from him. So I don't upset him. What do you guys think? Is it a red flag that my fiance doesn't support me helping my parents? Yeah, I think so too. Well, I think there's definitely a conversation. But I can kind of get his frustration of being like she shouldn't have to be completely financially responsible for her parents at some point there should be like some help. I guess. Yeah. But like your parents Binatli supported you your entire life. They're struggling, but I'm saying like it. How long is she supposed to be like until forever? Oh, wow. I think so. Right. I mean, I would. But I could see having a spouse. That's like, this isn't your responsibility. Like, the you need to be able to live your life, and like have a family for yourself and save money for yourself without them, just depending on you. So unfortunate situation it isn't. But I also it in we don't know if this is the case. But are they helping themselves or they may. I mean, I feel like there's a lot of details that we don't know. But it's also like at some point your parents are going to get sick and need your help. Also. Oh, I hope they don't get sick. Well, they get old. Well, right. I mean who knows what's going to happen? But I there's more that we don't know like you say for for example, is she paying their rent, and he's frustrated because they're going on a cruise or or spending a lot of money going out to eat all the time. Or are. They just really really struggling. And I think if your parents are really struggling on the give choice, but to do what you can to help them with literally anyone in my life. Who is struggling? I feel like I'm like, I need to help them, you know. And so I totally get that. I just think it I mean, this is we don't have a ton of information. But if if she's helping them out, and they're like taking advantage of it. Right. He has a right right annoy brought here he is side of the story would be very interesting to right. Yeah. We are missing a lot of pieces, but I do I do believe in helping your family, especially your parents, if they've helped you and given you everything that, but I wonder what his relationship is like with his parents because I do find that to be an interesting dynamic with people in relation. Ships like if you have if you come from a close knit family, and you talk to your parents all the time in the new start dating somebody that it there's two different because I grew up that way. So I don't know what it's like to grow up without that family feel but some people like, I don't know it's hard to explain but some people like crave that and they wanna be with. They don't they grow up with a strong family. They wanna be with somebody that has like a strong families was like insert themselves in. But then some people also go the other row, and they don't understand that. You would do anything for your family that makes sense? Yeah. So it'd be interesting to know like how he was family dynamic. Yeah. It's a bad sign that you're holding information back from him. I would say that's not great. Well, yeah. It means that you're not you don't feel safe or comfortable. Right. And she's got to do what you think is. Right. Yeah. And if your parents need you and you're able to help them then you need to be able to do that and feel confident and it without being scared to talk to him about it. But I mean, they went together for five years. So good on you. So what's our advice? I would say talked. Well, I think if your if your parents are taking advantage of you, and they're not helping helping all's then you need to have a talk with your parents in like have some ground rules of how much you're helping them. Because if they're taking advantage of the situation, then it's not fair to you or your fiance 'cause y'all are hopefully planning for a future together. And it's that money sticking away from it so hard though, because I think like you take it to your personal, you know. And it's like, I think of my parents in even if my parents were struggling, I don't think they would accept any money through because they are like, no like, you know, help yourself factory. Yeah. Like, my I mean, I remember one time my boyfriend paid for dinner. And my dad was like so mad. He was like I pay for you guys. You know, like there's something like I think even if they were struggling they wouldn't take a penny from me. Yeah. So it's hard to like, I couldn't see somebody's parents taking advantage of them. You know? Yeah. Well, some have you watched the Whitney Houston documentary. No, dad, like sued her, it was horrible. Anyways. Some parents aren't that? Great. That's true. But I would just say have inhabit talk with if if they are really struggling than have a talk with your boyfriend, and let him know that it's really important to you that you're able to help them, and you know, hopefully that he supports you in it. So that you feel safe talking him about it. And it doesn't ruin your relationship because you're withholding information from him. It'd be good to get it all out before you get married because you're gonna wanna save for a house you have kids expensive. And so you wanna gonna wanna get this kind of maybe the compromise. You can come by like, it's the money. You know, maybe you keep your finances separate your money. You can do what you want with his money. You can do with you want you both put something into a joint account for savings purposes. Great advice mart, this dream job or dream, man. Is so good. All right. We moved about a year and a half ago to the LA area. Welcome. So my husband could finish his engineering degree recently an opportunity came up in San Diego and the. Exact career field. I want to get into. But my husband doesn't graduate until December of this year. This job in San Diego would want me to start in two weeks to take the job. If I do my husband, and I would have to do long distance for a year, essentially, I've never lived by myself before and the thought of being without him kills me to pass on the job and hope come December. Another opportunity comes up help. Tanya take the job beca. No because they just moved moved about a year and a half. So basically he'd be in LA, and she would say, yeah. I would say take the job. It's an easy drive. If it were any further than San Diego, I would say wait for something to may become up an LA, but you can do it. It is not going to be easy. I would like you to share your new sentiment though long distance. Is more challenging than I want sought. It was meme de member she used to be like, I'll take anyone that lives in Nebraska. I've changed my stance. Yeah. It's selling it's challenging, and I don't I two hours is not a big like you can literally drive up in one day. And then go home, you know, but then they're sleeping apart essentially the five days of the week. Yeah. I mean, you have to I guess it's like are you going to be okay? Let's do you know anyone in ele-? I mean in San Diego, you're going to have to make friends it's going to be a huge transition, especially for you. Yeah. I think the only reason why I say take the job is because she said it would be for a year right graduates in December. And then he moved down there. So it's like it's for a finite amount of time. You know, there's an ending. So if it's your dream job, take it you can do it for your girl. You are modern woman, you can live alone. If I live alone. Reihana you can too. This is a no brainer for me. You gotta take the job. It's an easy. Why you're not that far from Los Angeles. You could spend every single weekend together, and the your will fly by the next thing. You know, it's December, and it's all done, and you guys are together. Again, what they say absence makes the heart grow fonder, but doesn't or forgetful or absent. Well. Sorry. We think you need to take the job and know that it's a quick drive back and forth from San Diego, and you can do it. This will be a rough year that you will look back upon one day as a real challenge. But that you guys are stronger because you went through it together. Great. Well, Mark really hitting with the good stuff tonight. And think of it like you get a year like in your bed alone. Like a closet alone ever going to happen again. 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The Brilliant Idiots

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Stink Ass Jawn

"It's so stupid. After show. We ought to brilliant idiots in today's episode. Brin idiots sponsor Busquin spy's attorney great idea into a reality which quiz base. All right squarespace makes it easier than ever to launch your passion project. Whether you're showcasing your work or selling products of any kind with beautiful templates and the ability to customize just about anything, you can really make a beautiful website yourself. And if you do get stuck square spaces twenty four seven award winning customer support is there to help. Okay. Head to squarespace dot com right now and use backslash idiots for free trial. Okay. Go to squarespace backslash idiot for free trial. And when you're ready to launch us awful idiot to save ten percent off your first purchase, a website, our domain. Let's start to show you the what I think is the best show on television. Oh god. We know. What do you think the best? No, no. I know we're talking about another one oh inside the NBA come on. Late this show as basketball is brilliant. It's for basketball. Did you see the clip last night of shacking Barkley going at it because that was a real moment because shack really did get this feeling and walk Lee and Kinney's moving Ernie didn't give a shit working together long enough that they know they real friends, and I would have a Ernie was crying out about a seat laughing hearing cry. He did you hear what how started that was the funniest part of me that was so fucking slept on gogo. It started Kenny was fucking shack in the locker. Yeah. Yeah. For leaping. Lopez was a better highs shack, I love that type of I know I love that. I was like I I can understand shacks. Frustration is school bully pay. Like what how do you prove that? Think about that. You had a story NBA career hall of Famer four-time champion, and we're looking skin be. A high school. I love that type of competitive competitiveness. Sagnol wanna be bad at nothing. Not the fuck. No, no, no Smith, my resume. Why is he so insecure? I don't think there's a charity, bro confidence. Did you see his hot ones? Did you see him on on watch that he he comes off very insecure? But he is an insecure dude like literally every time they get into a disagreement on the show with Charles. He goes, you have a home range. You tulsa. How many rings you got? I'm gonna tell you. I I got a theory about that. I just thought about it just literally just came to me. Yeah. If you NBA player, right? Yeah. Our football player any athlete. Anybody? Who's stats are secured meeting their facts numbers. Everything back up what you're saying in this era. Yeah. If you don't maintain your legacy maintain your resume control your narrative that she could change. What do you mean? Meaning people say things like the Bron is the greatest NBA player of all time. Kevin Hart of the greatest comedians of all time because social media is the big voice right now. So that's that's what they've seen. You know what I'm saying? So sad could easily. Joel Embiid is better than shack. Talking who's another good big man that they've seen in the last ten years. Because they can say things like that. Right. So if sex doesn't nip that shit in the bud somebody will run if they flew pay Lopez is better than set because they're not going to do fucking research hurts all Barkley say. They trust child balk trust Kinney's with and they're running with it didn't say anything against it. So you gotta kinda like hold on your shit, bro. You gotta let motherfucker know what it is. You know, I think I think your hundred percent rate, my guests. My long question is like why does the guy that accomplished wealthy and successful care 'cause I gotta let on over cable. Why that's insecurity right on some level. It's like I-, insecurity is rooted in really, caring. What other people think he cares? What people who don't even know basketball. If you know. Motherfucker? But if you sitting around people under shows only get three to us. You're not gonna sit there and let that shit ride it give me sack money. Tell them. No. Brings book facts still matter give me shacks indoor shades. The most poker on we had a good. We had a good debate their dinner table. I wasn't. It was good. And it wasn't rather. It was about it started with Russell Westbrook. 'cause I think I hate the fact that, you know, guide let's get bills even saying things like Damian Lillard is better than Russell Westbrook in his face off one. Once see you making that big basketball. I watch this man. Chris demand hours triple double the path three seasons. But unheard of getting toxic aided by Trepanier. You're picking a guard tomorrow, you put in first Lillard or Westbrook Lillard yet why ten times out of ten why one series in. Swept when they moved to Denver this series all gonna change will what is Westbrook done by himself in the playoffs. What if anybody done saying like Damian Lillard has gotten one first round victory in the playoffs, and what is Westbrook gun by himself zero zero right? So like for to me, but when but what Baljit been two years right right before that year before? No, he wasn't Paula Jones. Does. This was hurt this show. Before that, nobody nobody like literally, Katie left. He said I'm gonna stay thug it out average, a triple double beat after his record didn't has done it two more time sentence. So here's how Lillard better than him. Oh, it's not about better. Right. For me. If I'm putting a team together, right, which pieces are going to go. Right. So for a guy like Damian Lillard? I think Russell Westbrook is an incredible force. He's one of my favorite players. So watch easy. Antithesis of James harden, right? It's like he is I'm gonna go all effort. I'm not going to bitch. I'm not hundred lane. I'm ex goes to hard to hard. God. Aired are we live in? There's argument to it. I just think that Damian Lillard is a better peace to build around because his eagle is. I'm not trying to knock rush. His ego is west as eagles. Also, what makes them great? It's just tough for him dominating the ball the way he does to be the best player in his team. And if Ross could accept hey, I can be a number two. I think that the sky's the limit for any team Russia's on. But he cannot be number two. He is an alpha in his pure form. He's Jordan esque in his Alfa new Arosa needs. Same thing. Joining a system will be in a better since a he he's the one who destroys the how do you? Maybe here. I don't wanna maybe. I mean, someone who knows the people involved was in this room saying firsthand knowledge that whenever the coach will call a play Westbrook will come down the four and say fuck that. That's not what we're running whatever shit. What else do? But maybe hasn't had a coach respects. Well, you know, what I'm saying like Jackson alpha coach alpha male study Brooks wasn't an hour for coach. Look, they are the only one of those in the NBA right hot, by the way. That's it. Right. And they're certainly Brad. Stevens is no no lie. No. What what what Brad Stevens is a great Xs and os guy, but he not the top is a straight personality guy. He knows how to get the most out of you. I mean, they almost took out. Denver Carnell Brad Stevens ring come on who else. No. Like hell known event. Anyway. So the point is the point with with with Russ is he's so -ffective, and he's so great does that affect of his greatness translate to winning winning? That's that was my argument. Then who believe it? I don't know yet. I'm beyond. I really don't know. I don't know like because it's still kind of early for Russ than a lot of ways thirty. Thirty chris. Yeah. I mean, he's. And by the way, we don't know Damian Lillard is a winner. He just beat rushing a series. Totally true true. And that's that's what I was saying. I was like Damian right now looks like he's more of a winner than Russell Westbrook as you can be your what is it called of the moment prisoner? You can be physically dominating play. You can have all the gifts. Philip the scoreboard. Yeah. And not dominate the verge apes. Right. As honest. No lebron. And that's that. That was the and I was surprised. I was really it was a good. I thought you were gonna disagree me. Yeah. One person did. But he works on the shops little Tommy. But. Lebron has dominated a conference. Lebron is not dominated the league. It's a difference. He's dominated the Eastern Conference. He is not dominated the league going to the west coast this year expose abroad a lot even though the team was hurt and they had their problems in their issues. Also hurt he was hurt. They didn't make the playoffs. I would argue that LeBron has dominated a conference, but not delete. What about when he was the team came out of that conference, and they dominated the best team in the Western Conference. He didn't dominate though it was down three games one. And then and that was one of the greatest comebacks of all time, but I wouldn't with Miami. That's tough to and I'm gonna tell you why. I they wanna championship. It was a half a season. Can it'd be the young Oklahoma City thunder team? Second time was against the Spurs reality build them to fuck out. Then they played this birds again laws to the Spurs and Mavericks in the final the final four times. Lots of the Mavericks first time, I wanna championship beat Oakland. Okay. See a half a season third time reality building might against the Spurs four times the beat them. I just don't think I don't think LeBron led team has dominated the NBA. Michael Jordan led team dominated the NBA. Kobe Bryant led team dominated the NBA. But they also lost, you know, Koby loss to to you know, and don't take those a great team. But he didn't get there. Tons of times as well. This is what I'm saying he go listen LeBron dominated the conference. He dominated a conference that was weak east is way better now than it was when LeBron was running through that shit. He says better I don't think LeBron even comes out with the. This year. I don't think LeBron a Cav team could be the bucks if LeBron was still in Cleveland. Yeah. I don't definitely couldn't beat the Celtics. Don't they could beat Toronto reasoning say Phili to not it'd be Phillips reasons for that. Just because you think that the players on these teams have improved since talent is better. It's clearly because he's beating all these guys. He just beat them younger the talent way. But absolutely think the town has raised exponentially where they couldn't beat them. I don't think that when he beat them few years ago. When he beat them last year. I I don't think that I don't think Milwaukee like Drew Bledsoe Milwaukee for three years ago. What's it called? The not Drew Bledsoe. Freak was what's the guy's name. What's his name leads? Hope drew Bledsoe's that quarterback for dosage hair. Glitz. Yeah. But I don't think Eric is going to be that difference maker. I John is like changing as a player is going to be much more difficult to manage. But I think LeBron so comes out regardless. I think they they they have shitty team in LA. And I think what happens is when you play LA every person on the team gets inflated. The reality is Brandon Ingram is not a good basketball player. Young though, I think you can only be young for so long. I don't think that he's a good basketball player. I don't think that they really have anybody that good that besides Lonzo and Lonzo is a decent basketball player. But I don't know who they have this really good. Who's could? I wouldn't. I can't put it with kouzmines like another guy who's inflated like you'll have these big games. But yeah, I don't think he's consistent enough. Like, what are you getting? Are you just giving him the ball to block, and he can get you to like what is what who else on that team can get you to like LeBron say what you want about Kyrie? Lebron had kyri who? Could get you to whenever the fuck you want. Cari, the better finish it in? Lebron Tudo carries the best non dunking finisher in history. Am I question kyri or Dame corre- Dame? I go Dame Kiri, healthy kyri, all dangling. Dave. Kyrie's too much of the diva and he's too much of a distraction, then Israel everything else ain't about gristle. Yeah. People say the same thing about run save like a hundred fits lebrons. Achilles heel of said it before is he gets too involved in personnel decisions. And he's not a great. He hasn't been surrounded by elite talent for the most part except for Cari. And at the end of it. He hasn't has not wait. Okay. Caps. I. I I consider the Miami stuff. It's own different saga. You know, you we don't know who's responsible for that might guesses. He's played a role in like, they if you look at those calves teams, there's nobody from those teams stands out. Right. But what he's always done is. He's packed his teams with the exact role players that he needs to be successful. And if he smart he is another elite guy who can get book because we all know about LeBron. He likes deferring, especially an important point to the game. He likes passing guys who can hit shots. And then he has you know, what's the white boys named from Utah right now the roof over the covert. Yeah. So have like a white guy who could just drop, you know, three's out the asset. That's the perfect solution for. For lebron. And when you put these pieces around you can be successful. And he wanted Eastern Conference in a least. Least conference. I think he could do it in the west to know Wales. I think he can do you don't think that they can beat the Denver Nuggets. You think they could be the trailblazers, dude? Even when they were held at their healthiest this year. It was like a number four seat. Oh, if you take that Cavs team he was on. And you put it in the west I think that Cavs team goes to the Western Conference finals and plays. No, absolutely. Beats the rockets. Years. Thompson those goes. Yeah. And in okay. Kyri cab Tristan, absolutely. I would need a lo more from Kevin love in order for them to really really, really. So that's that's the other question is like who's better calc who's mar Kevin love, I think Kevin looks way better because you gotta take two years ago when they had that team. Yeah. They would have to get to. Okay. See Russel Westbrook. Fucking K D, And it would have to get to the warriors. Yeah. Yeah. No. I think I think they got that. I mean. He was a bee's yoke. Here's the thing about. Okay. See can be patient. Honestly believed. It could not be patient. You know, what I heard it was. And this is on. Okay. See the franchise looked at Ross and looked at Kevin. And they saw Kevin is as a single mom no connection with this. Pops dead serious. Wanna know some real shit single mom no connection with the pops. And they looked at at Ross, and they're like real strong family unit doesn't even have a lot of friends outside his close circle. And they go this kid's going to be harder to kind of move. I don't use the word manipulate, but like move and shift will we're going to do is move and shift this Katie kit. Stupid dumb. Fuck dude. Katie walked in there. And he was like, hey, listen. I just wanna shooter give me give me Mike Miller drag get me, Mike Miller somebody that we can kick to and hit the open three because I'm going to draw attention, and they go Dabo cephalopoda or whatever. Whoever other motherfucker was like eventually katie's Doug. If you're not going to do what I'm asking. And I'm Kevin Durant. Like, I have an eagle what does he say this year? I'm Kevin Durant already keep saying I'm cabinet easily over the Beth play in the world right now. Eight is I I have not said until right now he might be the best player in the world. Go Braun because he played like eighty both sides of the ball pro. So there was a block yet when he wants to know, but he's been bowling on defense. So here's a question. Here's a question straight up. Do you trade? I mean, obviously, you'll have to do this. But straight up would you trade K D for LeBron right now? Yes. Would you trade Katie for John us if you're who anytime during Katie from nobody? I'm ki I got I'm absolutely, but I can get K D. I don't know about John docu, John John through young the upsides to who. Good. Yeah. Katie's like ten is prime. Remember the real concerns with him for many years though with Katie. Yes. Fought for like, it's been good. But that could go that's the only thing. Shoot. He could take you off the dribble. And now he's playing motherfuckers at the rim is a different. And so here's a question. They're saying that he's going to come to the Knicks. I think we'll fuck it out. I think the next fuck it up. I love nicks. No, no, no, no. I'm not a loser. Ask alex. I've been saying for the beginning. We will fuck it up. I noticed you know, they think that they're gonna get K D Cari urban and Zion. Williamson listen, I that's what they think. I get anybody. I think we're gonna get Chris Middleton Tobias Harris. I know Katie comes to the Knicks, then I think the NBA's purpose. So who do you put K D with on the next unit? You have another. You have another MAC salary spot you go K D. And now you have the choice between kyri or Kemba Walker who do you all I actually will get him. Thank you. I would take him because it's less attitudes. Late Kim was going to be a good number two and be happy would be number so happy how Dow would definitely take him about how devastating Kemba Walker is now when he has no help on his team was from New York. That's even better for the saints. I'm getting Kimball. Bakari, I love that mov-. I'm gonna everybody's so intoxicated by Kyra, Brenda Ankara, still injury prone. I'm taking Kimball walking K D. Now, you got something. And if I'm Katie I'm not making no move until somebody goes, I I'm like, oh, I you you you signed. All right. Katie does go to the Knicks really NBA NBA doing that on purpose. I want them up for so long. We and it's bad for the fucking league is bad for the league. And I don't think nobody's going. Okay. What are hot topics discuss? Hinted dinner. I saw that picture. It was who has who was there. The two guys from barstool. Yeah. What's their names? Big cat in PF PFC commentator commentator divas was there now on Michael Bennett. Glad well. Jesse Jesse Williams in his girl Taylor Jesse told his wife, she not Gant shit. He did his ex wife for some. Also, so to be asking for like two hundred thousand a month, plus three hundred twenty thousand lawyer fees said he was like a free ride shorty with. But not that much. You gotta those. Right. She was like, I love black woman. Just because her name is Taylor doesn't that mean you on the same? Four. She was sure you did tell us was today. PNB rock was in there. PNB rob from fill. It goes crazy when Philly Nick coming room act like she too good form. But when they come around, and they just like still got a little bit dirtiness in them. But they just started like just started cleaning up a little bit. Right. But she could still see the Ashland. They knuckles turns to fuck on. Right. They just smile and cheese, and whatever whatever appear to be Rockettes breaking down the difference between different people from Philly. He's from Germantown. He said that's all the fly dudes come from. You know what I'm saying? That's not true. Then he said, you know, west Philly is where all the bad chicks and Taylor goes. Yeah, that's true. I never heard tells us from safety from west Philly ever in her life all before it was lower Marian shit like that. Where did you say, what are you saying? What is the place called say? For beta I said that I. Yes, I'm from west Philly. My dad moved our family too, low Marion, but I would only Phillies has only my cousins everything else. So yes, did grow up in west always saying that could be Roxette all the fly girls if. You should never ever, you know, for all them people that say from upper Darby, everything in your daily, go. I'm not happy. No, your upper Darby low Mary from Darby when I met you accent. As do you have a Darby accent was. Darby upper Darby as it is right there made sure pm today. The on. Human highlight reel. Before I'd never seen word at shacks glasses for pay roxetta. You we've got some really he goes. Oh, yeah. No Jones talking outside. John Jones talking outside. I what you did you pulled up high before the game. He's on Arran saying Hello. I'm taylor. And I mentioned, yes. Mm affiliate bright. That's that's how she knuckles, bro. Knuckles. And he got like a beard, but it's not a beer too. It's like real Billy bearded right here. But shaved right hand. So you know, he could just grow it out should turns her on because you see to hope. Promise in that real. He's not my tight. What section affiliates your type tail section f Elliot's I like he's got to be. I really don't mind. Netflix guys. What they have different demeanor. Really where the whites in Philly the whites this us actually, y'all getting in our neighborhood. My y'all know nor Philly or did you and your focus that's happening in every hood in America. Why do you think we have these stop the violence campaigns the movement? Read all about. Is ready? Can we go? Thing that audit. The New York Times this week and a lady from Raleigh. Durham said is not even the fact that the value goes up like they said a white person come in occupy the same space. She was like, not only the value. Go up. Everybody starts behaving differently. And that's the fuck. That's the most fucked up shit about gentrification say gonna talk about Jay z claims necessarily, the Jay Z lyric is just the fact that black people really scandal defa white people. Wall down. Boils down to chop chop everyone. What do you mean? Consequence of the white privilege white privilege, my if we. Say y'all got into fight whatever most likely say you the one that hit Charlemagne I chill. I would never do this. Hi killer. Andrew. Still go your seven long jail killer blog. Did you see here? But I'm just saying they're gonna be more harder. You like did you see that white people get treated like women in the doodoo desisto because women will go jail for shit. Yeah. I guess that they get ten percent. The sentences of men did not know I didn't Yang go to jail. Bass women's privilege. I got you. Did you see that viral video of of a kid this officer like just got real with him? And then the his white friends I stood in. It was I know don't touch into the officer like this backed up because he has friends on the site. The officer hit that step back. On a black. Do that was violence douse. Police brutality for real hit that step back on that. Black. You didn't see that their play one on one. Whatever chap step setback baseline. Bro. Hashtag black lives matter. You can't be going into black communities and just dropping buckets on them like this. Cowardice basketball, no shooting. What the fuck like cops go into then I play basketball to like establish rapport and. And they gave the white cop the ball. He hit him will jab step. So couple dribble are left. Step fat dying Christ. We got out. All right. All right, fine. Guys. 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Well, so I've heard because he saw don't wash her bottles in the shower. So everybody took that that conversation. We had on brilliant idiots and do their own thing with that. But the, but yeah, the little bath towel or whatever we don't. We don't use that. But yeah about washing the chicken. It's a stupid thing to wash your meat because you cook everything right off of it. But when we're thinking survived fire. You know that right? This half. Right. Right. So chicken isn't the nightcap, washing it. We're not washing it. We're ni-. Like just putting water on. We have vinegar lemon all that gets right off. I know. But you don't think it's like where slime? I I can't do that. I have to watch it. That's how I was raised chicken. He has his washing it like this because we pick it up. It's like still slimy. You'll know what they're spraying on the process of it anything is on it gets cooked. So what's the problem with us as washing? It just to be safe nobody's knocking you for washing. If you wanna waste your time. There's a big debate say that we do wash are taking this mad germs bacteria, and you get E coli from washing it. Yes. But that's if you just don't wash your sink this like, no, so washing your chicken can make it worse. Yes. That's what they said. Listen, do whatever the fuck you wanna do? It was lying when I said, I cook. I don't talk. I honestly have I've had my apartment I think for over like maybe year and a half. Now, maybe it's coming up on two years and all my oven. Doesn't work the entire time of labor. What? Our time of little my part. My oven hasn't worked. I just found out a year in that hasn't worked. Throws to cook something, and she was like does this not preheat, and I go honestly, I don't know. I just you're the first person that turned that nozzle. So. The burners on the top work, but not reheat something in the microwave for that. It's a better oven. You never read anything in reheat a lot in the microwave. Thank what I read a pot roast. Why would I put something in the time? For instance, I'll play something of if it's like. Fries. I'll we don't even really suppose reheat fries, but I'm not reading. But I'll do crab legs. Probably you'll what hurry reheat credibly. I don't eat crab legs. Why? I just don't get them. Yeah. I'm not. I don't do that. What crab legs? No, wait. You don't eat crab legs. Either period. It's are you serious. It's a stupid food. It's a stupid food crab. It's so much. It's so good. You look like an idiot just chewing on these eating, right? It's so good. Yeah. You know? My my buddy said to funny thing about crab legs. If you ever go to a buffet, and there's Asian's there. That's the only thing they eat at the buffet. For the crab legs. Right because everything else is. Okay. This and I was like I never really put together. But Asians think the rest of us are idiots at a buffet. Right. Because white people we go to like the pizza the potatoes the fries, so we're filling up on all these carbs. And we're not even getting our money's worth at the buffet. These Chinese people straight to the crab legs. They're making one hundred dollars every time they go to the buffet. Yeah. Spent thirty they three hundred dollars worth of crab legs spiked cholesterol through to fucking roof. Okay. They come out clean up ahead. I spent forty dollars at a buffet had three size of pizza. First of all, I haven't even been to Buffy the head crab legs. So what I never been. You. Gotta get out of west Philly, bro. I don't think I'll even trust it though. Phase to come in. Well, I'm from at least Albright people. They literally wait at the at the dish for the crab legs come in very cramped. And they'll be waiting there for thirty minutes. And then once they get their, greedy and grab all the crab legs. And they fight. It was don't get a day one time and some lady stands for almost winning step before good. Fuck. They're really not butter. He had had have you been to the boil not boil? It's the only reason you'd think it's good because it takes work to get it out. No, I guess not. True anal. What doesn't hurt point anal on this pedestal because it's hard to get right? You've gotta convince girl to do it. You have to saliva. You have to use lube. It has to be your birthday. That's all these things to make it happen. So when you finally get it in there, you're like, oh my God. I finally got any it's like a stachel. Like have you ever stash shows that are already de Schelde act? Yeah. Time to should he not okay cashews away. Better. Not you'll have to do all the work for the cash true. So you think it's less valuable you have to do all this work for the crab leg and get a microscopic amount of crab me, not true. Go to the boil they had to the boil. They throw your food in a fuck and plastic back. So why is respectful worked out? Why am I here? Go to barbecue. And they made me cook my own food. It's like what is your job? What are you doing? What did you just tricked me into cooking my own fucking who's washing the plates me to take care of that too? Here's a fucking place in Japan. This girl is sending me there's a place Japan where they make you. It's part of the gimmick you fish for your own food. It's like the balls on you the Paul's on you, you're gonna feed me sushi. So you don't even go to cook it, and now I got cats my own fuck and food to send me to the forest. What am I what am I doing just ready to fishing? Experience. Sit down you bring me my fucking Polk. That's what's fun. Paying not do dishes is that what happened? I'll know what you're talking to right now. You're live it everybody's fishing in this little days. Oh my God. We didn't get a fish. Now, you're hungry. Now. You're starving. Paying? I don't catch a fish. Well, where Japan? Two. I could not. But that I have issued these places it's like the try to go all high brow at their food. Yeah. Right. You don't need to go highbrow with your food. Just bring me the food. You know? I don't like though, where I really pisses me off when a restaurant, and they don't take the tails off the shrimp that bothers me because Matt hungry and show on the tail let me tell you something the balls on you. Roles on you to think, you could serve me shrimp in charge me for and you didn't finish making these -actly taking off the shelves. No. You the tail but you don't that's take the little legs. All that feel like the tail goose grip though like when you eat a shrimp, and you just pull it off. Anybody want grip? I got a fork. Yes. Wait, wait, chopsticks, no way like out this. Wait eating we acknowledged. How stubborn Asians are for not adopting the fork. What are you guys doing? There. Why still use chopsticks? I don't get it to you. When you eat for Tom chopstick, like every what only with one every time, the chopstick, and like it just falls. And you're like, what are we doing? What the end of the meal? Florida we doing here what was going cast might be ignorant, though, go to say it. So when I try needs food. I recently my intern as if I wanted chopsticks with it, and I said, no 'cause I'm in America will like fork ignorant to say that's not because it's not your in America that it's ignorant to say, you want the fork because I know it's better technology. Right. It's like, hey, would you like WI fi or dial up I like to wifi? My Chinese food saying I don't need to. This smaller slowly now granted by granted. A hundred percent. That's why they're skinny because it takes forever to eat the amount of food that they're fat people that should only be allowed to. With like, I believe this base. They should way you when you walk into a restaurant and based on how you weigh based on your fat index. They give you the utensil that you eat the food with. So if you're a fat person, you should have to eat soup with a chopstick one not even to because you haven't earned the fork does that make sense you eat with a spoon afford. That's my it's like you're getting the soup into good. So we need to reverse that a little bit. It clearly the fork is to affective for some people. We were in Orlando. We were in Orlando. And there was this chick. This is gonna see me. And but whatever. There's this chicken sheep, this very big girl, and she had braces on she's like big fat girl, but she had braces ten it's like the teeth are working overtime like those work. Perfect. I don't know like that. You don't need to fix that. At all like, they are doing and digesting. Great. It has nothing to do it too. In though, what is this? Well, she her teeth weren't streets. He wants his see. Well, however, they were working on through food with. No fucking problem clear. Okay. They were doing their intended purpose understand. Maybe you want to have. Too. Because when you're Jack the food get stuck in between that's more food for later. Should be cited about that opportunity. That's a little extra never eat beef jerky. And then you like suck your teeth a little bit later. Let's go. You never been achieved thing that dense life paper all opinion fucking t. I don't enjoy when I tasted at. No. I don't enjoy that. You don't enjoy a little bit that when it lose its color meat is just flesh white. No never talk about. Take it out. See what it is about me. Pay for this pay. If you make me fish mound fish in the restaurant. You're gonna make me cook mound vision restaurant. Chris you're Asian. Did you know that into pan? There's a restaurant that makes you fish for your own fucking fish. Where's where's is Hollis? They're not fault. No. Is there a lake or? Just ask if there's a lake in the restaurant. Working like it's fucking aquarium. Where did they keep? But, but it's a very around that fine until you something about how how Japanese on another level. I think I figured it out. Okay. You make that sound all episode. Rice jerky? So so I of mine is into Pam, right? These fuckers geniuses. They lean in to the animal instinct of people right there. But I think they got it. Down there polite is fuck in society. Right. But they're not afraid of they're like Ross animal instinct, like all their porn is crazy tie. You up. Fifteen guys jerk off on a girl at cetera. So I think they find the perfect balance. I think it's like, yeah, we can walk around and be polite as fuck and obeyed rules and everybody treats other accordingly is long as you give a little space for us to be dark as fuck is. Well, some weird shit. Exactly. And I think in America we operate in this kind of like middle ground where it's like, hey, we're not really polite, but we're not really dark. So we're not indulging in either extreme of humanity. And I think on some level will be better if we if we did that. Yeah. It'd be like I think you need a tap into your darkness and light like make it obvious. They're not afraid. They got you could cuddle with people like like, ten bucks. Just go into like a cuddle thing chick. Just lays there you caught. Sometimes you need a cuddle. Very chris. Commodified every desire. They're not afraid in like in western culture. We push away designed a lot of ways. Right. They've commodified every culture. So there guys they just like to smell panties, girls war. Right. So you could buy some paint. He's at a little kiosk. You know, you buy a mountain dew already been used already been used by mountain dew and right next to it. You buy some unease with little do. We had that though here. On EBay got to go to like the fucking the doldrums of EBay to get some pan. You going to be like a fetish store in the mall? Fam-? You could go to Uniqlo, you could get your fresh underwear, and you could go to the store next door and get your little underwear. That's the sculpting. It's this Cussing, but people need it. Like you understand what I'm saying? Some people would think is discussing to eat a steak sandwich with with. She's right. If that Japanese people think when they see what y'all eating Philly leaning over. Oh, so the juice doesn't get on that shirt. Go back to what you said with chopsticks and stuff. Right. So what was happening to like the sumo wrestler those big Russell wrestles. Yeah. Like feed them to get them that side they have to force them to eat. Okay. It's not like America where we have to force. You not to eat like, it is a shallan JR. To get that fat. He's actual sport to get fat the competitive advantage. It's like offensive line's ancient too. Interesting. What was the you were eating on a forgot what the Guinean food readings are hand. Jill off Jill offer ice Jill offer. I I'm pronouncing it wrong my bad. It's a west African food. And it's a is. We don't use any utensils. Yeah. We had Joel off on. You talking about the Somali food that we had some all. Shit was kinda yo man. So Molly food is bombed the joke. I had is like I understand why they ate it. All. But do it was really good. We're in Minneapolis Minnesota. And we went and we had this Molly food. Now. Here's a crazy thing about Tamale food is they eat a banana with everything I. No, no, no like pasta. They're eating pasta with their hand. You never see pasta with your hand that shit is white. Restaurant different his plan into the Paula pasta. Breaking off a little bit of banana and putting his mouth through. It is an experience you gotta see that ship. But there you go. That's next level is like, I don't need chopsticks. I don't need a fork this my work. This is a real effective fork right here. So you rather this use your hands? You don't wanna use? No. When his use a pork. No, we read. I'll be polite though, I won't like if there's company if you buy yourself, you're gonna tell. Shit. No graham. But you mean, it depends like if I'm no piece of hard. Nine if I'm not that hungry white girl. The white girl. You piece of work. I wanna hear nothing about any seasoning. Little voting. Taking flight I clean into the bone. But I'm saying like from Hungary, if I'm hungry hungry like just got done smoking on fucking on who's around. But if I'm not that hungry, and I'm just like trying to be not just take pieces off, but I'm still cleaning the bone off. But don't get that. Twist. It. I don't clean the bone off. Because there's some parts that aren't even chicken. Is that the point? You gotta make sure you don't all. Yes. You did. I'm an American. I do. We try and. Doing. I mean, you're gonna pass, but that's very upset with Alex right now. What do you mean? He's opposed to clear say you pick it off. That's bugging. I never seen it before my life. Why do we have to this is the stupidest thing that like you have to force yourself to eat parts of the food? That aren't even that good Lee everything that no, it's not end or wack. No. But I think that and you're hungry say what what what? I'm gonna have to go eat. Girl on all looking. Not supposed to swallow. The look. Look, I love. Myself. Personally unit. People to come and say, you'll Taylor opened up. Tone keep talking. Wait a minute. When you're out on a date. Do you think that the guy that's on a date with you is observing? How you eat the type of. I know you're when I'm on dates with girls order like dick like things. Wait, wait, wait, you should on purpose. All like oh. Because we have a banana, and they'll and then like just like a big, you know, maybe get her potassium up, whatever like that. And then I'll just kind of watch her eat the banana. Ladies of Andrew, Molly restaurant. Somali. Banana whatever maybe that's how all this molly's. They're like know put him in and every meal, so you can see what that mouth. Eight to Coulter. He's got some more breaking off piece of banana. Trek get a harder. Bigger. Video of a long time ago this video she's just one of those to testing my people out this random girl that you know, how they do pranks on YouTube and stuff like that. So basically, she going up to strangers is eating a banana row slow like that, right? You're running away. Why? Because that's a setup. Well, god. I like what you do. Like, they got really falling for you. I got a big ego. But it's not that big girls gonna come deep throat fuck and banana in front of me, she was kind of. That's why everybody in California Herbie's now. That's what happened Coachella. Right. Some girl. Molly start sucking on some shin firm who with her no. First of all of you from California. You're not getting no for good six months. We gotta let that flush out your says, you can't flush out hairpiece. I mean, you can't flush it out. Right. But like it only is it shows up. Yeah. My point is advisors. Full force. This is a real leaking right now that how many people got I don't know. It was like eleven thousand new herpes cases in California yellow sows in. How many how many James we had a year? Not one person got herpes anybody could tell. It's probably just having sex out. What it is. 'cause why people love making out the. Fucking. Sponsor four different dudes of one girl making out the same. You have to avoid. I'm have why. 'cause you. Shirts. You can't even when. Billy, you the white is the white girls. You got fake dreads? I don't know how else. You don't eat chicken wings. You took your fingers. I say they want. I told him aliens real talk alien will look at dissect in it. Yeah. But going what is it was you guys like making out like why are we making out, but you're really looking out now white people they? Really really make out. This faces we like this affectionate people when I'm in when I used to party B all we over a fast song. This is this weird. Rather guy. Do a guy look deeply in the eyes or make make out you or guy be like telling kissing so long. No. I know you salty. With our to this dusty mother cobwebs. All you got cobwebs on it. She working that tell you last time what the you don't shave. I heard you say you don't like. Freeways face told me that. What did you say that you said you said, it's a Philly thing. We wouldn't understand you say that. In fact, I remember. I just let you know the guys tastes in. What what do you think? But you never said you shaved or you do shape. What do you shave ill? I don't know because sometimes edges aren't late. It's like. Like those. They laid the other one you need to drink. What you need to drink more water. You won't be in about. If we just I hate you. I told you that earlier peanut butter goofy edges first of all for five today. Ge's? So you don't sometimes look like he's no here. Edge is a good. But sometimes they look more like once you once about what? No, no. Two. Look like large part. Hope you let me go. Got you know, what the best thing to lay down is being. Yeah. What is it? Peanut butter. No Africa with this con- this company's called, but has a purple it won't move you to. What the fuck these dusty as guys like real? Felt. Pulled back as white was in the room. We do general. What happened with over the neighborhood? You're talking about when we walk into neighboring. Then was what happened with? No, see I like this kind of. You just doing? As corny should the same old. If it's the same old corny shit all the time. It happens to me all the time. It's nothing new. You know, what I'm saying you show love to somebody. And then they end up violating. Right. So it's it's it's a it's a homey from from trough, South Carolina tweeted, something to me this morning about somebody else being on breakfast club and saying how I've never invited him. So I do I think you should do what your home. He's already know how that Twitter back and forth can go. I hit him. And I just asked him, you know, not not in disrespect. I just asked him. How? What may what other than me being from South Carolina? Yeah. Other than us having that connection washing. You be on the breakfast club. What did he say a whole bunch of nothing? You know what I'm saying? Because all I was trying to explain to him was your resume have to be at a certain level. You gotta have a certain amount of buzz. You gotta have a certain amount of push going behind you. Because guess what? If you don't have that. It doesn't do anything for us. Worth it damn strangled for you. Right. You know, what I'm saying is literally like being the tree that fell in the FARs, nobody so. Yeah, we could do it interview. What you put it on YouTube who to fuck go watch you had to tell them the hearing popping. He's not like he thinks he is. Can we say who it is? Now, I'm not going to name it. 'cause 'cause I 'cause I I'm not I'm not going. I'm not going to put him out there like that. And and my thing to him just now I was explaining them was that's how you lose access to me. Right. You know, 'cause you've hit my phone your arm in New York. I wanna pull up. Sure tell how many people reach out and say they wanted to come up here. Who who is randomly? Let just come up got no clue this. This. We're talking to them for fifteen minutes a microphone. I don't know. The puck is. My name's Angelo. But that's. He comes late every single time. Now, we get together moment guys. Get me him and Angela Rodney. Angela Rodney petty men. To fucking fingernail clippers shitty and had a clip in years. Oh, really? What long story short if stuff like that really pisses me off and early reading. It pisses me off because I've never done number have open arms for you. So you don't know cloud chasing bullshit. I hate when people do like that you take the tech somebody since you post it on social media. I can't believe Charlemagne sent me the Carney. Yeah. You know, it's corny you a grown as man like whack to me, especially when Texan, and I said, you're gonna call you when I get off the air, which I had every intention of doing, and you know, what I was gonna call them. And if I'm out to loop a little bit, maybe the loop a little bit. But I wanna see where you're at because I don't see it. I mean, I see you moving. But I don't see you there yet. So let me listen, maybe let me let me do more talking to talking more listening. Right. So I was going to listen to him. He had to say. And if there's a way how y'all know how I get down. If there's a way I could help elevate what he's doing. I'm gonna do it. Now. I'm not fucking with you know, more probably guess who it is. PD pablo? Now's a good. Right. He open invitation to the breakfast club. Okay. Really, bro. Pedia the whole legend to me has he been there. Pedone only appeal whole legend, right, pedia platinum records and PD got a hell of a story. I don't think people know petey. Pablo story people think that North Carolina come on and raise up they hit that song. Right. Not knowing PD was a whole motherfucking goons. Right. A decade in prison prior out. You know what I'm saying? So I would I would definitely with the moral of the story. Don't ruin your access to people chasing small moments of social media. Attention small moments social media fan, and you're on the phone and everybody on my side. I don't give a fuck about. It had no bows. You wouldn't have thought that. I follow you. Where are you said? You don't be on Twitter. I'm still at work. You know what I'm saying? Like what the fuck same way. I thought it should this morning on the theater shit. Again. We're at work. We're doing the podcast. I'm looking at Instagram. I'm looking at just see if we're missing anything. Right. So it's just like now. I may not fuck what you ever again straight up. Big one. Is this bullshit this corny to me for him to think that okay and everybody always has to be aware of their place in the I'm fully aware of my place in the game. You know what I'm saying? I know what my position is. Right. I'm not going look at you know. Trevor knoll, and and say in media, maybe I don't know. I'd say I'm on that level. I mean, when you're way past Trevor never mind, I'm not all I'm saying, I know my all right? Okay. About it. Mogul like Diddy day different. I'm not I'm not. I know I'm not that what I'm saying. So everybody has to be aware of their position in the game. And that makes you work harder. And it makes it that much more rewarding right edge your comedy. Now. A lot a lot why? Because the Jews of let me in my set up. Took your death O'Hare. Yes. Absolutely. And you continue to build your buzz. Yes. To where at this point is undeniable, right? And if a motherfucker is acting like they don't see and not acknowledge that they just really fronting on. Right. Simple that. Yeah. And that's all I was telling homey like gel, somebody gave you a shot when you didn't have a resume. That's not true. I worked at four radio stations. Carolina. I was utilizing the internet. I had interviews that we're going viral that you did get shots, but they were like lower on the totem pole. And I think what you're you're trying to say is, hey, this is the top of the totem pole. No when they gave me a shot because he wouldn't aware of what I was doing right right meat. But I guess what I'm saying. Like you getting on the radio in South Carolina was a shot like all these things are shot. But right now with breakfast club. That's the top of the totem pole. And you're basically saying this guy like, hey, there's a lot of other radio stations that you can do to get some buzz or you come up here. But this was a the biggest artist on or not they were how many radio. Interview. None. So you need to do line against all I'm saying. Yeah. That's just as simple like you wanna do you just want to skip steps? Because I'm and that's the problem when you know, somebody, and they know you from the same place, and you give them access, right? And you talk to them and you in town, you vitamin they think that they can take advantage of that. And now they feel like, oh, I should be on just because they get an Idaho Charlemagne. Our mom, and I remember when the baby they wanted the baby to come on, right? I said to the I said, man. I I don't I don't want because this series. I take the Carolinas. I don't want the baby on if all got to talk about is his antics. You know, what I'm saying shootings killing somebody in WalMart, the shootings all that. Even though he did talk about all of that said is he ready for this look that he's going get from being on the show? Right. Right. So Manchester hit me talk like Nasha, all he ready. And he gave me numbers the back that up what I'm saying. And in music, and I'm like you. He is dope. You know have needed up much better. Broader interviews. I'm like I bomb, and that's like a million plus views. Right. So that was a great look for the maybe a great look for the purpose club. Right. So in the case of this guy has hitting me, what do you have to back it up other than your ego telling you? You know, you ready saying you not ready? I'm just saying you don't have anything to back that up like, where's the buzz? Right. You know what I'm saying? Like, the glad I'm happy for you that some some some some publications in South Carolina writing about you like and. And he told me about the painting for a million dollars. Right. If you bought this other pain for a million dollars, and you've got to be the biggest artists in the fucking country. That's Warhol left. He's in artists. Like, not a music artists. Now, he's a painter ours. This time. Fuck when a fucking painter gotta sick. That shit. Kidding me to go. Crazy. The last fifteen minutes this guy songs, but a slap telling me he uses oil. This guy uses canvases is a good. Kill Mike Kilkenny. Fuck outta here. Bro. Is this just enrich Richard? No know Justin's Guy Fawkes Joe yesterday number become so he's gotta get in line. Are you a socially awkward as Justin Justin been on the bar cast? Honestly, I would have on the pocket. I would have had on the podcast. I am furious. And this guy, right? The fucking unmitigated gall that you think you should be on the breakfast club for painting. What is he paint, bro? What does he pay? Pictures of what things in South Carolina who gives a false. Outside of South Carolina. First of all if you put that painting. I don't even know what the fuck it is. Is it going to be a dirt road with eight thousand people saying? It's gonna be the monks corner mural. You know, he's about to take this posted on his Instagram. Good says want you to know that this will get reviews there any painting that he's definitely put once you put some music on the back of it, some PD Pablo. Fall Carolina as up your paintbrush. Rupaul myself cannot people told him he says about the pain for a million dollars. So I have no idea because I need to get that guy on the phone to paint. And also, so I told him I said if you sell the pain from number one million dollars, you will not need and no way, shape or form. You are you are wall. Let me Google with the most somebody Google with the most expensive painting. I mean millions and millions of dollars. Yeah. Picasso's what I'm saying? We're talking about the the Mona Lisa have you sell the pain for a million dollars look type level? You wanted the artist Chris top level super top level rate for million. I mean, there's there's levels above that. But millionaire in the mirror ball, partial. And that's what I told yourself paying for a million dollars a year at out of here. Yeah. He's not doing conversations with the breakfast. Exactly. I think what I think he was just talking. But the moral of the story is I don't like if me and you have a relationship. Yes. And you have access we have you have actors three I have access to you. Yes. We're talking through text or whatever. And then you take shit imposing on social media. You're only doing that for cloud. Yes. Shit. Carney row. Now what you know more. Now what you know what I'm saying? Like, I don't he told me I don't trust. You don't trust me? Why would what have I done the violate your trust? And this might be the best promo you could possibly do it for this guy 'cause everybody listening. I got to see this guy's heart. Yeah. I. South carolina. You know, what you know what? Hey, go look. Go look up Nelson Nelson. Emmy NT Nelson go everybody, please rushed to his pain. E N T M E N T Nelson. Please everybody. Go rush to his page. Go look at his artwork. You know comment on it and tell them Charlemagne God sent you. This is this is this is, hey, take all this love, my brother. Emmy NT Nelson M E N T Nelson. Is there? These are pictures. They're not a. Yeah. Would you website? Yes. I see one painting itself watermelon. If that's not the most Rachel. What are you talking about? Don't tell me the motherfucking pictures. He got one I'm looking at them. He got picture of watermelon. There's no pains people pains, I'm on his Instagram. That's where people find shit his pictures of people. He's got stuff on his website. It's gotta have with a grandmother. That's kind of cool. Does he have on his Instagram? I can't I'm trying to pull it up. I can't believe I'm not gonna lie man. This picture. I hear this this this worthy of sway. Swayne the morning. In the morning. No, Jasper Johns. Well, listen mitt Nelson M E N T N E L S O N. All right, please. You're saying he million dollars for this stuff. As what he says. He sent me this is really awesome. Picture. Here is dope. He's he's very talented. I never said he wasn't time that I actually told him verbatim. It's not about talent. Most of the time. You know what I'm saying? It's not about how talented you are. It's about what kind of buzz you have perception arts perception it and not even not even just art, but just in entertainment business. Why wasn't you Joe Rogan last year? Andrew say what why weren't you enjoy Rogan last year because of the Jews not letting me? Tell me. Line about hot work. Because I took my life in my own hand. Hey. It really went for it. And I put out all my clips in. Yeah. Definitely the reason the ball there yet. The ball wasn't correct. Is there now? Yes. Pass their different spades shit. Like, right, right. That's all. I'm simply saying, but it doesn't Nelson M N T any L S O N artists from South Carolina. God bless him. Go to his page. Follow me on Instagram. Follow him on Twitter. I've done my part. But and do you think it's over between you immense now as far as what like, your relationship your friendship your love? I love I love value. And appreciate my brother's actually told him that a few weeks ago. I was telling everybody tells me that you love me by appreciated me. Text me back. I love you value. I appreciate you. But. I'm a work in progress. So even though I love and value in our appreciation. All my brothers is gotta be fucked. Some of y'all sometime you what I'm saying? Like, I'm gonna work in progress. I'm working on myself. You know what I'm saying? But when you do certain things, I'm looking at you like some clowns shit. Connie. Yes. When you got my move, we just taxing why take Texan posted on social media. Yeah. That's a little bit weird. It's coney. Yes. Very Coney as fuck that shit is so God damn lanes like sharing nudes. I can't believe Charlemagne tech minutes. You just wanna reaction out of people. That's all you want. You want the attention that comes with out with that you want people to know. No, I don't think you tag mud, but whatever man, God bless them, pretty odd. When you think about it? Art. It is. Yeah, it's like why can some people make that? I never understood it. Like why why is it like when I try to draw face doesn't look like a face and. They just can draw faces what the fuck is that. No, it's not focused it some people have a gift. They can just do it. What the fuck now because I I can have shit in my head. And that's it. I that's not gonna come out of the. But why I don't know is it I think that they have something different in their brain singing, some people can just sing. Saying you know, what I wanted to ask you, what do you think about job on Joe Biden? I think it is very interesting. What is happening now with Biden talked. I think there's been a what happens when you when you say you're going to be president president everybody goes into your past. And they start looking at all the mistakes that you've made in your because you have to vet this most important like don't run it on your running when you're record percent. I guess what? With the cry Bill specifically, I would look back and because I would look back and see who else supported the crime Bill at that time. And if the black community was vehemently against the crime Bill that I can say, okay. This is some misstep. This is a time where the black news completely overlooked in their prayers. We're not answered if the black caucus and the black senators at the time and the black lobbyist groups were like overwhelmingly supportive. I don't think you can hold Biden. Against the fire. If you're not willing to also hold them against if I don't know about the black hog is in the Blackstone is I know that they said a lot of people in the black community was for like a lot of black leaders who leader Charles Louis, right? Like John Lewis was like a huge proponent congressman. Yeah. Right. So was like, so I guess that's my understand is I keep the same energy like if he's answering the requests of the black community, then there's a heroin value to it because he was answering a call that no one else was answering and he was for it. Now did that call end up not working out? Yes. But he's still answer. Call for the community. You know, it's like, you know, it is. It's like, hey, there's this new material called specis, this is really cheap, and we can build buildings and insulate things and people can be warm, and it can be cheaper to live in like, let's start billing with the specis and then twenty years later like oh shit specis gives you cancer. Do we go back to the dude who who brought up the idea of specis and say and say, hey, how fuck could you give all these people cancer, he broke? I didn't want to give anybody cancer. I wanna make community to do it, especially this would have to apologize for though. Right. A thousand percent. He would have to factor has been sued. I mean, that's what happens. Yeah. But like, I guess, but I for me. I would always judge tent. We knew deep down vitamins like I just want imprison them as many blacks as possible. Fuck out of here Biden. But if the goal was truly because I I looked at that thing there's that speech about it though. He was gonna sit flow. Yeah. And it was it was actually specific speeds. And he was like we have to we have to like nip this in the bud now or else these people will grow up to be this. Yeah, I didn't like this feature because there's so many different parts to it. And he says things like he doesn't care about this assistant conditions that put people in these invites in that caused him to behave that way, right? You know, what I'm saying there for you're not trying to get to the root of the issue. Are are cure the issue trying to treat the issue. That's all that math and carts all that hard discipline because you by by saying that your knowledge ING right that systemic conditions that caused people to be in these positions that may have caused them the resort the crime, you're acknowledging that right which saying that we cannot worry about that. Because they're gonna hit people that looked like my mother and your. Mother and look like me and your systems, and I'm like, nah, maybe I saw a shorter clipper or a different clip is a few clips. It was like, I don't know how Long Beach was. But I got a lot of thoughts on by number one. You keep that same energy. Yes. I agree. I hate the fact that Hillary Clinton people's shit on her. Yeah. All she was the first lady when Bill Clinton passed ninety four crime Bill, but they held that shit against Hillary Hillary use terms like super the Saudi fucking Joe Biden. I hate the fact that comma has is a prosecutor prosecuted prosecutors lot people to fuck up never over the prosecutor. But when it comes to Biden and Bernie Biden wrote the ninety four crime Bill Bernie voted for it. But nobody gives a shit. So if you're going to keep the same energy be consistent all across the mother fucking shit about. Yeah. See holy guy is but like they said forty six points at all, but he will vote for Biden yesterday, really. Yeah. I guess I guess I guess we'll. Yeah. There there's some security there because they were you know, Obama is bro is bras, bro. Is this whenever you have some out rallies. Get you to fuck out of his. How many broS you got it? Very maybe ready to kick me out of the black community. Fuck it. What you that? Is that is? Can't wait to make people not black who right like. But you know, it's funny. That knows this just the outside perspective. It's like people. You know, you hear and you believe so much about how the great difficulties of being black, and like the things that you have to overcome right? And how truly hard it is to be black, right? And how do we will punish other black people? They're like, you're black. No more. Yeah. So you by people like host with the great difficulties in the tragedy over still there. Don't that don't change it. But it is a weird thing to remove blackness is it's the cancel coach. You know what I'm saying? That's all it's fake cancel coach. But we need to cancel cancel closer. Absolutely. You know, what else Joe Biden too? And this is stuff that I just been researching. Yeah. When you make a statement, and you say, and I'm not saying I wouldn't vote for Joe. But I'm just simply saying that there's certain things you got question you gotta question people's record. Because it certain things that I see about Joe Biden. I'm like why would? Pick him as his running mate. Joe Biden wants that. Barack Obama is the first mainstream American that is bright articulate in clean. I think about that. There was a big article about. Just clarify. He's the first mainstream American that's brighter. Typically, no. African american. Mainstream African American has bright articulate in clean. I think there's been a few before that. Yeah. I think so. How many black people you around in Biden? Out in Philly with the old enough to. Nope, philly. What was the context in which he said that because we know context for him as a candidate. He was a he was evaluating him as a candidate candidate. That's different bre first mainstream African American candidate. It's bright so named the other candidates that are they can't he said, I major cream. Context of the race. This is Brock. I emerged as a candidate. He said, I main scream African American. That's bright articulate that that you know has been has been punished heavily by people. Not applying context to things that you've said is problematic. Is it fair that maybe we're not giving Joe the benefit of the doubt in this situation. And maybe he's referring to by Obama, not as a black man, but just as a presidential candidate. And then we would be comparing him to Jesse Jackson. We'd be comparing him to who else's rum-producing ball statement. So the story was it was a big problem. And he apologized Barack publicly stated I don't have a problem with Joe Biden. And that was like the exact quote, but the I just read a big article about this the backstory is Barack was like Joe baht in the same way. People looking at them now represented security. He was still unknown. Who's the first? Yes, rock he made a compromise. But the. Story at least in this article the narrative is it was a compromise. They clashed a lot initially and then over because Barack very calculated and Baden's a bit of a loose cannon. Especially what he says publicly in the press, and they clashed a lot. And you know, eventually, they built this friendship, and then it turned into like a real bond, especially when Baden son was diagnosed with brain cancer and died like for whatever reason they really bought it on that. And it was actually a bomb who talked by down from running in two thousand and sixteen because bottom was going to try to run because you know, you're the vice president now they're shot, but basical Obama try to tell them like in of back handed way. Like, you're not gonna you're gonna get wiped out. And plus you're not emotionally ready to do it right now. Your son just died. Right. You're not ready to go on the campaign trail. It's Hillary's turn. This is the deal we've all worked out. But now it's like you can't really stop like he's going to tell them than those by. Why wouldn't you come out the gate indoors? The guy that Roger for eight years in a row Iraq's with them. Out the gate with an endorsement, I don't think so because I think there's a lot of negative Obama sentiment. And I think that that exists not only amongst conservatives. But amongst black liberals, I think that there's a little bit of a movement amongst black liberals that's like, well, what did Obama really do for us? And so so maybe Biden is going well shit if I lineup with Obama all these Trump guys that hated Obama. They're not gonna go with me and the black vote that slowly starting to feel like Obama, maybe didn't represent them to the fullest of their ability. They might not go with me. So why just not talk about it job under the eulogised ground? Thermos funeral. And I shouldn't on bite. I'm just saying some questionable shit when you actually go look at the fuck shit dill by doing can we knowledge that this is the most powerful position in the world. And if you do not extremely vet this person that we're being we're not doing our diligence voters way with all this information. That's correct for president. Oh, evan. I'm already out there. And I'm not saying any of those things are reasons not to vote for Joe Biden, all I'm simply saying is good to be aware because it's made seventy seven years old. It's hard to all white man trick. Yeah. Seven how old is Joe Biden four I don't he'd be eightieth think if he was elected. Hey, man. I'm just saying the argument is yeah. When you've been in public service for forty years, or whatever the case, very true. I read a great article about going to be a lot of Trojan might have moved versus someone who A doesn't have a traditional political background or B's only been doing it for you know. That's why intent matters, right? That's why the intent of every Bill that you sign agreed to matters. It doesn't matter. What happened is much as the intent does. Right. Because if you're in public office is long as these guys are gonna make mistakes, and I'm fine with that. But it meant to him. Oh, all right, right. Missed did didn't work. Listen, I'm learning and unlearn every mother fucking day. I'm doing more unlearn at my age right now than than than anything ever. It's fine. Admit you're wrong. Admit you made some mistakes, but I feel like man a lot of times, especially when people running for fucking president. You can't trust that say now you wanna call Nita hill. You need hill is now the woman who sued Clarence Thomas for sexual harassment, huge case and Biden famously came down harder on her on the stand. Then probably some of the Republicans. So it became like a clash it was like the one of the first big you really never heard of Nita hill. Now, one of the first on the Cote. Computer, Nike, right? It was during sorry. What? No. But I think we've got meant Nelson's newest. All jokes aside to become a knife cube. My rip. Breakfast club right there. Go on so. Yeah, she she was I I don't remember the case, exactly. But you know, centrally she worked at his office in some capacity accused him of sexual harassment. And then when it was time for him to be confirmed it became a huge kind of battles situation. But Biden actually was even as a democratic Senator was like one of the most kind of aggressive towards her in kind of undermining her and questioning the legitimacy of her claims, and that kind of ties into the whole thing with Biden where it's like if you like him the positive is that he's willing to work with Republicans. Right, right. If you don't like that that's one of the big negatives against them. So it kind of depends where you land on all that sort of stuff. All right. Here's a guy who's gonna play ball in congress. So he's this trial main. What point? At what point is the extreme vetting of the candidates just gonna fracture the party and give it it being Democrats a worse chance of beating Trump in the unim-, pending election. I don't think it's green venting of I think if there's anything Donald Trump showed us extreme vetting of a candidate doesn't hurt because you're still going to vote for whoever you want to vote for all I'm simply saying be aware right of the person's record that you're voting for like, I'm not voting just because you can't do video, you know, saying, you know, you will Trump to run because you didn't like the president's response to Charlottesville. Not being racist should be the bare minimum of what we asked for our motherfucking president. You know what I'm saying? That's not enough for me. I I'm not racist. Right. So you should vote for me. No, bro. What's your policies? You know what I'm saying? What's your what's your initiative that you implement how we move America forward in the next ten years? You know? I mean, that's what I want to know you've been invested. I've seen you doing the CNN thing. I'm not gonna try. I'm not gonna people for different reasons. I like mayor Pete comma Harris pronounce his last name don't know. And no need for me to say something was it. Buddha judge Buddha. Judge thought it was like Buddha judge or something like that. I thought it was booty guy. They tried to get fuck me up the other day. Oh, yeah. With the macaroni and the the greens. The plants the full. He got he got some chicken. Collard greens. But no where. Look at this picture. He got no silverware to eat. For me to do. Listen, I do wonder about midnight. I do wonder about his diet noisy. Young. Let me ask you questions. See this. This trauma, can is you let me get you a question. Do you think mayor Pete's husband wants may appear to be in spicy as collard greens, fried, chicken, and macaroni and cheese? Do you think I love every sodas has been and he gotta deal with the remnants of that. I really didn't have silverware. He's I don't even put it here. None of this. Just trying to read it. Okay. Far-right smears far rates merchants. Try to slime Pete. But it judge with bogus sex assault claim. Oh, yes. These two fuck and trolls were going around. I don't even want to say their names. They got him on tape though. So they were going around trying to set may appeal up with a fake sexual associates any sexually. So this young boys or just anybody? They're going around asking people. He oh, his mayor Pete ever done anything inappropriate to you this at the other. I mean, this is one thing somebody actually posted that he did do something to them. But then they took it down. Oh, yeah. It was trying to go in. But this is the climate, right? This is it is a weapon. This type of shit is a weapon to get someone out of here that you don't like. One hundred percent. I like Pete like Kamla, and I liked Tim Ryan, I don't know ten million. I liked him. Right. Tim Ryan them quite as he he's white. He's in the house of representatives. He's he actually represents Ohio and I like him because he's big on SEAL social emotional learning. And you know, implementing, you know, social emotional learning therapy in schools. He just interesting liked when we interviewed him on the breakfast club. He's solid, and I like people who have some political experience. You know what I mean? I does three of the ones I really really like at this at this moment, maybe comma, Harris, what is mayor Pete same, right? He's going to do for black people because I know that's very important for you is the black agenda. He talked about he talked about he said something another day where it was. He said, you know, we talk about housing and giving people affordable housing, but you know, that's not enough. You know, you have to empower they can afford their homes. Like, I I can't I I can't remember exactly how you worded it. But when you ask him what his black agenda is when he was on breakfast love. He he has one. You know, he understands why the conversation about reparations needs to be had. He understands America acknowledging, you know, probably its greatest thin. He understands that you know, systemically America did things to put black people in a certain position. So they should systemically do something to get them out. Now how that looks is always up for debate. You know what I'm saying? That's not checks in the mail. That we know. But as dislike something should be done. You know, talking about HR forty I think forty should be passed. Why shouldn't they saw for to pass HR for it? It's a Bill that is is for the research in the study of reparations in the development of what that reparations would look like and they've been that's been you need a Bill to study. That's that's the fog. I said what I'm saying? But they've been they've been fascinated over twenty plus years they've been trying to get past all this shit talking point. This is this is something that is one guy who's the guy. Chris. What the guy that's been trying to pass off every every year. He tried to push through congress talking about the this is nonsense. I it's not legislation. He's wasting his time. All you have to do is ask some committee to don't to donate funds or not donate funds. But delegate funds to the research of reparations John Conyers, CONNER Conner's. Yeah. Yeah. The Connors John interest. Michigan. I dunno Johnny from what you've been literally trying to get this passed through sin because that's that's the I guess it's still legislation on Connor says. What I'm saying? Don't look like isn't that John Connor C O N Y are from Michigan? I introduced the Bill in nineteen eighty nine. So this is not this is not anything new. You know what I'm saying? And it's basically the study commission to study reparation proposals for African Americans. Right. And he said he's he's he's been trying to get it pushed through since nineteen eighty nine. He said he'll continue until they pass a low. So it's not it's not something new. It's just a conversation has actually been elevated. That's all now, do I think it the talking point for a lot of Democrats apps the fucking Lutely one hundred percent. It's a hot button topic. You know what I'm saying? Let me tell everybody what they wanna hit for votes. Honestly, if the worst question the fumbled. Oh, do you agree with the study of reparations de agree with after Meguro s varies? The study thing is the easiest question. Yes. When you go do you agree with reparations? The perception of what reparations is versus what your bringing up are different. When a when a congressman goes on breakfast. I absolutely preparation. Why people think oh shit? We checks right. Yes. What you're saying is maybe there systemic ways to uplift a struggling community. So that's what they have to clarify. Does it? That's why people got so mad at Bernie Bernie, actually true. What does that look like? What does that look like tell you one thing about Bernie? And this is why vote for burning break. Even though I disagree with him on a lot of economic shit. This is why vote for him. He wants to help. He truly wants to foreign to say what s bullshit that girls goofy. Into the trunk drink beer with my husband. Elizabeth was the same person. The only I would vote for Bernie the only problem I have with Bernie is the longhairs coming out his ears and a long heads coming out his mother fucking time to cut it because he's trying to help. Everything about this vulgar town health. I know look like the bag. It doesn't matter. Okay. He's trying to help you do it as best to help. And that's the one you wanna go with I'll talk with him. I would have voted for Brown for president Bernie of the closest thing we're gonna get the dock motherfucking. Brought it back. It didn't work run. A bath building the law. Did it worse, bro? Oh, they Lincoln. Don't even go players. Trust me running back dot Brown. The perfect president run it back. That's his campaign. We run the back once again. I'm not I'm not knocking Joe Biden. I don't have anything. You don't talk with you. I could tell and that's fine. I'm listening is this a lot of things that I didn't know. Yeah. So you gotta look at people's records. Because I just think that when everybody conveniently stars running for president. And they start telling you everything you wanna he'll Elizabeth Warren out here telling you wanna hear, bro. I don't I really listen to little bit. I don't consistently for a long time. And it's not like she's doing. She's been trying to help. Like you said progressive fell off, bro. You know, man, Pete got the fuck out of here. Hato bay toll roar. They said adios. Is not over yet. Goofball. Your name is Albert dork. Stop his name is that Bego. He's like man out of his son. Fight himself to get the Latin name is Albert aerobic. He uses the name Bego. So that he can seem. Amenable to the Latin voting real course. These people are fake all the sudden Elizabeth Warren is like black women die during birth. We gotta do something all the. Black mortality rate time layers, the black infant mortality rate has been jumping for a while. I'm telling you, but I I agree with some of what Andrew San. Insist it's the timing. Yeah. Has been consistent about I will say, I I've had senators tell me, you know. I've had senators tell me off the record that when it came to like black issues whenever they would be presenting black issues on the Senate. Barney wouldn't be around. Dan, Biden wouldn't be around. And that's what was that. And that's what they would. They they will say to me when these people when you're talking to people don't just ask them, what they're what they're black agenda is asking what they're black agenda has been right. What have what have they done for African Americans throughout this whole time? They've been in the Senate because it's a lot of them say, yo when they were on the full putting certain issues out there that had to do with black and Brown people. If people were not showing up to me, that's that's good until the have. But maybe I was busy helping the one black in Vermont dome. And that's what I will say in Bernie's the famous hell, no black people every month. Schmolly can vote on this Bill or I can help you with your laundry, but think about that there's really no black people in Vermont one maybe two to write the other partner. So if you remind you gonna white with a lot of issues that got to do it African Americans Bernie just may not be familiar with because you'll have to deal with them in Vermont. Right. From these big cities, you've been Senator somebody's big places where it's mobile black population. You understand more of the black issues. Yeah. That's that's no he did say when he ran last time he's like being porn black and is different than being porn wider is different than being porn anything else in America. It was an acknowledgement of the difference in lifestyle here, and he got grilled for it. Remember last election when he was in the primary he got destroyed by the working class whites because they're like, no soaks being porn white too. You know, and I thought it was like, I didn't think it was a well calculated move. But he leases acknowledged on saying like all these people are sociopaths, you want to go with the person that you feel like you can trust the most. And that's saying a lot for any politician folk who it is your socio the politician right now in this climate goddamn on his dream selling. Season like a motherfucker. Of course, Kamala, bro. That's the thing. You're it's been very quiet for Kamala. But I think she's going to have a push. I think she's doing the smartest. Let everybody else go out there and cannibalize each other's game of thrones. I'm I'm out here. Working South Carolina. I mean, goddamn Michigan. I mean, I will you know, what I'm saying her tough record is going to help her that's gonna with white whites are gonna feel very comfortable about that. Say who is white people in my life that like I faxed prosecute. Gordy? We like rules people comfortable tough. Okay. We're the only people that call up the city and the light is broken because we liked the light to work. When can I cross the street when the light tells me, the Comal is going to have a major major push as we closer and closer because I want freshness. I do that's why I liked a piece. That's why like the communists, Tim, right? Bernie to pick a running mate. Then you first of all any white man in the Democrats that makes it to the primary has to pick a woman. So. Era. You have to pick Carmela couple. I've loved that. Because he's this softy. She's tough strong heart knows who that is an interesting. I don't know if by Kamla is a great ticket. You know, what I'm saying saying Stacey Abrams with him nothing. I don't know if I read somewhere that Stacey already said, no Stacey would be a good look to. She is now at the fast food and the White House shut up. Got so Stu, Chris. You're that's what she said. I'm not doing Feis president I need to be causing. Wendy's guy any main that's white that comes out of the democratic that becomes the democratic nominee has to have a woman running mate. Yes, they have to I love Kamala. I love Kamala Biden, and I love Kamala birdie, I think come and Biden is frightening for the Republicans because they're both on the conservative side of liberals. And now you're gonna have a lot of those friends conservatives who have felt that Trump didn't answer their needs. He said they're looking for something else. They come slide right in. I think Kamala could win. Now, if you know, I think she can win now everybody stopped you don't drink in the Biden Bernie Cooley. Because once again, the same reasons that y'all are set with Kamala, Bernie and Biden have the same type of relations exactly like Bernie voted for crime Bill Biden wrote to crime bills. If you're mad about. Black and Brown people being locked up. Can't just hold accountable for that. Because he was a prosecutor because nothing got more black and Brown people locked up, then the the Joe Biden crime Bill is he called it back in the day. Right. So you know, I think common look could win. Now if everybody stopped drinking that Kool aid. But if she ends up being on somebody's VP ticket. I think that. Any combination of Biden Kamla Biden, Bernie kills what I windows a in common. Pete. That's what about so you go Kamla, and and mayor Pierre. And if people say things like America's not ready for women of color president. They not ready for a gay president, man. We don't run a God damned ice. Yeah. There's America doesn't care as long as you satisfy their nobody gives a fuck what you are as long as you feed them and house them isn't that the ticket though think about it right Bronco bomb. I president. Oh, I wanna president. Donald trump. Oh reality star never win. Nobody cares. We need some spice baby. Jay man running for president. And he got to go by p booty Judd that I've really believe if up judge to booty judge the booty judge to that you can't live. He's never heard that one before he has it. I'm just saying that is marketing right there that would be killer marketing. He could win. It's not as many gays, and oh, you know, what that's about to say. It's not as many gays in America as people think, but it is. 'cause it's a lot of gay people that are openly gay and. And then there's all of it land. Think about all that's a big population. Say what all in lettuce l g b q t just keep adding dams. I don't know why don't take the alphabet of this whole thing. The white in there too. What? We this. What? Man. I like that ticket. I like common lament people. And I I liked him. Ryan tudo. I don't know who Tim Rinus. I liked him rhyme. I look at them rally him chill, Biden, KOMO Carla. Harris is the scariest thing for now. Trump the scariest thing for Donald Trump without a doubt agrees Joe Biden, comma, Harris, if if and but but Chris that's if the Democrats don't cannibalize Biden because right now there is the move to go. He's races. Or did these days? He's not served by people and then dams will eventually go. Okay. He's not the one four it. That's that's that's not my personal ticket that I would pick the most winnable took it personally. Personable person some combination communality. Andrew. Joining chris. Chris. The writer. Master not. Yes. Both proud Taiwanese men. So I was. New on. Anyway, I would like some combo of Warren and Bernie Warren, and Bernie, I know I know it's not the I'm just saying if if I'm taking the people. It's not the most. Warren drink bud lights with our husband find all there Trump. No sees a threat. That's why he's trying to cut the shit out. Chris. Yeah. She. Say what what's goofy better ready? I'll show you. Oh, here's a beer hall. Got bubbles in it kill sometimes a little tough going down. But I love I just love. Good beer after a hard day. I don't know what you're talking about. Do you want a beer? They want you to buy. I've read her her proposals on housing and student debt. And I think they're both good enough to me. I mean, yes, she might not be done AmEx. You might not. Policies. No, it's not a listen to everything. Does seem like she's running on Bernie old blueprint for Xi. Oprah's boop at look on your seat. No college loans. Look under your say, everybody gets maybe if people fall for this crazy. It's crazy. That's not what she's saying. So tell us Chris what is what does she she's going to tax the richest one or two percent? And then get a lot of services out of that. That's not saying nobody has to pay for anything. There's a free Buick under your seat. But yet is increasing the taxes on the people in the country who couldn't afford to bear at the most. I have no problem with that question. This is real shit. Chris I'll pay more. Pay more taxes. We need, you know, a lot of being president about making deals right now. Do native Americans have a good track record with deals. Look. I got to talk to wax. I'll be back. Wow. You know, you know, that was a hot take when somebody says I'll go talk to west talking. Talking. Rather talk. The watson. Talk to you. I just wanna let you know that when I was young man, I pay credit card companies a fortune and interests because I didn't have a credit history. 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He was not paying fifty cent back in the timely manner. So fifty cents to the God damn. It's my love it. Fucking Randall came up of that bread. You know, what I'm saying like? I don't know fifty can do that. I guess I don't fuck now. That's my question where I am. I wanted to hit fifty two forgot I wanted Randall. I thought was the money. Right. So I thought he was behind power. I thought he was behind the upcoming B M F. I don't I don't know. That's what I thought. Right. So I don't know I meant to ask about that. But long story show got his money. Why is fifth able to get away with this when nobody else? I'll be lying to you. If I said, I didn't ask my agent at all. I'll be like, bro. No, I admired fifty cents to fucking wants to say unbelievable. What he wants to do? Yeah. Shits on who we want the shit on and still go does deals with family friendly networks like ABC. I've never seen anybody straddle these worlds better than for these scrabbling him what is he doing? It's like he's one person on Instagram and one person view. Birth. I listen, I know how is a cancer. That's all I can say, maybe I'm not I haven't I haven't reached that level of cancer yet. I'm cancer to haven't reached that level. Maybe it's something that comes with age experience on what the fuck it is all I know is goddamn fifty cents. Why does nobody bring up his past? He's probably had problematic things done. It has passed. Nobody cares. Clowning young book right now for having sex with trans. Nobody gets it. I don't know that Trump fifty cent has whatever Donald Trump has. They are Teflon. Why you know, what it is? I think I think is truly because fifty the only person who really doesn't give a fuck. And I think that I don't give a fuck energy makes everybody else not give a fuck. So when you do some washing. I s fifty I really think I really do. I really think when he does what he ever worried about being sued for character defamation day the lawsuit yet. I have seen fifty fifty win lawsuit veteran center that amazing amazing mind, bro era. Fifty I'm just when you look at the whole totality of fifty cent is absolutely positively top three greatest personalities characters in the world of hip hop ever. Yeah. He is the he Allie of you. Call them of bailing like I don't I don't I don't know. He's he has the bad guy. He's the bad guy. But he's the bad guy that you root for because he's actually a good guys the joker. Yeah. Jokers not on point enough. But it's the closest thing that I could think of where it's like a bad guy where you're going. I kind of want you to stay around. And when you think about his reasoning like, even like everybody always spoken with you understand that allegedly like they they shot fifty. They tried to kill him. Like they stabbed fifty fifty like is fuck you for life. And I'm not mad at that. Me every right? I'm not I'm not mad at fifty for that that that line of thought to where gyros is permanent enemy. I'm not mad at that. You know what I'm saying? Yes. I don't know what he's doing what he's doing a young buck. But I do know that fifty cents thirty forty a lot of power. And I do know that, you know, one of the forty power if you don't have any enemies learn how to create them, I'm kind of the same way. And a lot of ways to I like conflict. You know what I'm saying? Like, I don't know. I don't even know what it feels like the not have some type of conflict cursing outta motherfucker earlier today. You know what I'm saying? Why does it say that it's one of the laws of power? What what is that? How to is a never put too much trust in friends. Learn how to use enemies and then create them. Why do you what is that? Hold on. Let me read you the whole thing. I don't want to put any misinformation out there. Yes. Law to never put too much trust in friends. Be wary of friends they will be trae you more quickly for their easily aroused the envy, they also become spoiled tyrannical, but hire a former enemy, and he will be more loyal than a friend. Why? Because he has more to prove. In fact, you have mortar fair from friends than from enemies, if you have no enemies, find a way to make them. So I guess they're saying find a way to make enemies because if you'll ever do really make up and that former enemy becomes a friend. He'll be more loyal because he has something to prove. He's gotta prove that. He's loyalty. He's like you'll I'm not your enemy anymore. Look how good the work Janus. And I think friends betray more quickly not only because sometimes they arouse the envy would they do become spoilt. You know what I'm saying? Because all the time they they feel like y'all have a friendship, and they feel like they can just take advantage of that friendship. So they take advantage of your your kind of take your kindness for weakness. So they do get spoiled in the sits, you know, what I'm saying. I think fifty has just. Method the art of the fifty two. I really do. I just think it's amazing. And you you better not try to do Kate it seriously. You do not try to duplicate what fifty cents doing 'cause it's not for everybody fifty cents unique case we have not figured out why he's able to get away with things. He's doing. I don't think it's because he shot. No. Nobody has sympathy for that. I just I just. I don't know other scared of him because he got shot. I don't know if scare you. That's all negative fuck outta here. They're you. They don't want to deal with you know, what I'm saying. I don't know what it is. I just listen, I stay in my lane. I have my own unique thing that people can't figure out you got your own unique thing that you can't figure out fifty got his own unique thing that people can't figure out. I ain't trying to duplicate. None of you know, what I'm saying. I'm just here living my life. But I would be lying. If I have not talked to my agent of three or four times in my life said how the fuck this fifty get to say this kinda shit. Don't Asians do. I'm a read you ages. Okay. I'm a regional after my centers. Okay. I'm a read you this hold on. This was April twenty second. Okay. Also, I was fair question. One. I can't say I have an absolute answer to I think. I think he will have blinders on getting busy with fifty. I mean, they're associated with a TV success, which is power and didn't look at all. That encompasses fifty. Would you get necessarily spooked and it's hard to flake off? Accept it. Thanks for nothing. All right. Okay. All right. Seems like when fifties doing business with somebody. He knows more about them than they. Believe so he always has leverage. I'm not going to try to figure it out row. Fifty cent is an enigma that we've never seen before. I ever we gotta talk. Not even just in hip hop. Period. Fifties in the fifties way big in the TV world right now, the need is his brand was unbelievable. He's gotta show ABC, bro. ABC is the most family friendly. Fucking wasn't Disney on ABC. I mean, this is insane. That's just insane. Frustrating. We done here. What live driver? Let's pay bills. I turn your dream into reality was queer space. Squarespace makes it easier than ever launch your passion project. Whether you're looking to start a new business, showcase your where published content sell products and more squarespace is the tool for you with beautiful templates created by class designers and the ability to customize just about anything with a few clicks, you can easily make a beautiful website yourself. And if you do not have a website, you don't have a business think about that. Okay. Would you gotta restaurant that didn't have a website? No, even food trucks have websites. If you want your business, your idea, your concept, your brand, whatever it is to be taken. 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Girl that made the for the dick challenge. Remember for the challenge? I would for the dick this young lady. This young lady made before the challenge, and she she called a live, right? Take our five year old son to school. I gave her donkey today thing, that's so stupid and his aero fucking human trafficking. And you know, fucking decided doing all types of shit with kids. Like, why would you do that? Like five years old. I got a three year old at home. Like, there's there's nothing of five year old can do on supervise. You know what I'm saying? And if you really not feeling well, how about getting the car with them, let live drop them off and can take you back. Why this so complicated? Yeah. So I put my kid in a lift, dick. That's what I think it was fault. I really do. I think she has some digging out hill problem. I think she had some dick in the house. And you know that morning tell you wanna talk about one. Okay. It's a whole really. That's perfect. I don't like. Ally wanting to because like I would up in the morning like I don't like to be woken up for sex like at all what if you're already wake up and then I'm REO awake. They say like you're already up, and then you start giving a guy head and eating. I don't ES, but I've will fresh in the morning. What's better for breakfast? Yeah. That's why you're edges like that. Real. You miss on the nutrients, you need really make you have one of those. On. Yes, we saw not sleep. You know? But like. All the time. What you mean? I'm a nice weather anxiety returned by. Yes, ma'am. That is puddles of. Pee myself. I get up and go to the bathroom laid back damp. Ash twelve can sheets there's tau without sometime. Now, I'm a nice footer, bro. I'll be talking to your sleep cold though. And then you just wake up high. I'll be having hot flashes, man. I know I'll be talking to turn listen faithful you wake up with Michael Jordan. Right. You wake up Michael, Jordan. You might be joined go out the night before the both super drunk y'all both pass out. Right. So I'll do it too respectable thing. Wait until you also. So you wake up in the morning, and he's laying there would a hard on you still don't like morning and I'm awake. I'll do it. I'm just saying if I'm not awaking you wake me up, then we're gonna have issues even might be Jordan. Fuck who you like Taylor who who the sexiest PNB rock now? Second who's the sexiest man, you think alive? Okay. What's his name? Again. He came to show. No, I'm from Philly coup. And no not really either. The guy. He's dark skin a white, man. He's he's used to. You gotta get that dark skin white. Dark skin white Thomas Jefferson. No last Jackson Thomas Thomas the train football player. Tom jones. Runa beat running back for the Lord, you wipe his ass shit. Stop. And there's another one cute on awards like Rando some football plate. Oh, my you're like Randall Cunningham. No, no, no, not nine. He's like real is. Nice looking what about the main? He's a man. Their hill. Girls from Philly. Get picky. Yeah. All that. Overall that grow facial head. Now, you don't like chest hair. No, I didn't just there. I don't care. Just can't be a lot. What I want like a lie, you, hey, you never put your pussy on the chest. Also blast. Never done. They're doing for me. I'll try to focus that work. Wow. Running up and down like octopus. That's. And then wait, that's. Chess Mel like fish that would. Seafood chess. What does it have you ever smelled yourself and it had odor? Real don't be as right? Be real. God. Dammit. Don't be mother fake Taylor. If your SIS. Red Lobster sometime. Sometimes I'll talk about that crab legs. So. Motherfucking against and you've been working all day suit. Partner suit, and you go home, and when you take shit up that's the issue and your mother picking say if I get really drunk is the P ally get real drunk, you gotta pee a lot. And then it smells like what smells like piss. Laying make your ships thing the. Oh, okay. This is what I wanted to touch. We can get the puck out on. I'm not done with this. Just so now, okay. If you smelled it has odor, right? Do you wash? It do you wash. It isn't that how people from Philly or? Wash it. Clean. Great you're to have sex with the guy, then you reach down. There you go back. Ooh. John. Thank. Ruts? Jones. Okay. Stay. Does thing. We to make the Philly funky. Put the anthrax killer. We're going to go kill it for the summer. Okay. Calm down because the producing when it when it stay when it's thinks a little bit shower you wash you just throw some water underneath it sexually guy. Happiness shower, though, will you just until the wash up so. So like before Muslim praise you do that kind of thing. It would be the most Philly shit. Whatever what the rest of the country. Little baby for imprint. Oh my God. I'm gonna fuck out here. This was a Chris rock thing. But I don't care. Matt Chris rock because he posted pictures, and he put hurry up. I got crack the smoke on C smoked crack, and he's talking. He's talking about with the in the context of this photo. Right. Saying, oh, he's making fun of the day. No. He's making fun of the Whitney Houston that exist in this photo. Right. He did smoke crack. People respect to icons. We gotta respect them all mother fucking time. Because you can't say that jokes cool when somebody's alive, and then when they're dead, you think you're not gonna get these jokes. Dash jokes dash into that. What he is you start making R Kelly jokes Kelly died Michael Jackson's dead and y'all do the whole even Netherlands special on. I don't get what the issue if we're not if we're if we're not talking about people when they're dead we need to monitor how we talk about when they're alive. That's a great point staying go. Do your thing. I'm gonna ask. All right. So you're one question. So has a guy for said, yo, that's it's kinda like, no what if would you wanna guy to say that if you felt like it was smelling? How would you want him to word that? I don't know. Like, be polite. Don't be like what? Pacers. It's a little right? Really has a guy. Sharon. So that guy should say that to a girl. Just bet yell your little right? Yeah. What about what about you? If you go down. But you're just like you just go like this. And then you go down like you. Knows like that. Like, you won't be. Do that is that? Suffocate? Unless you crawl stroke. I don't know I just speak straight out. All right. I just wanted to know I feel like a lot of women in late as you react is a lot of women would not want a guy to tell them that. They were right. Probably, but you have to learn if you like for be yourself, though, significant other should be able to tell random person, they might be significant other. I don't care if it's a random person or not I run. 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Toot it Baby

Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

1:09:01 hr | 10 months ago

Toot it Baby

"Well do you have questions about your love life or do you need unbiased relationship advice let our sponsor who has been seen on Good Morning America help you with life's difficult questions psychics sources at twenty four seven phone online chat and Video Psychic Service celebrating thirty years of service they have over three hundred of the most experienced voice award last night and Jesse Williams presented it to us on TV televise wow yeah so another level of takes maybe takes me less than five minutes a day sometimes it makes me choose the traffic light photos or whatever I hate I'll say our joint enthusiasm is not is not it's not last year there's only like reef on Jama's podcast every second Tanya has she's voting Hell Yeah I'm voting outing everyday good for you but you're like for example I voted yesterday I'm with everyday I have yet to vote this year so maybe you're right I think you're probably right yeah I know I heard you giving us a little three minutes free on your first paid reading and get the psychic source guide to psychic readings if you're not one hundred percent happy with your reading they'll refund you but you could happy Monday everybody sometimes I met with the matched keep the guide for free you must be eighteen or older with a valid credit card in your name psychic source dot Com Promo Code Heart Ready Reading Easy Azam and then sometimes it's just a beat of silence where everyone's like Oh yeah abby Monday I had a dream we won the people's it would again also I feel like I'm training a robot to be more human and I I enjoy it I love how your a. and there's only so much going on and it's like you know the fact that you with your schedule are still able to keep up with us here you are on your own on top of that I could be a little more I'll send you my sometimes I feel like one woman train manifestation right there so epic if Jesse Williams or somebody from grey's anatomy did present us with our word last year that would have been major it would also be it made it into the show time one step into time seems confident last year I don't because I feel like our a free second she has and I was told I wonder if rubbing in mark was on scrubbing in right now he would not have that tyler about bad mouth BECA tilly and Tanya and iheartradio and people's Choice Award nominated podcasts. Look for some reason I can't do it on my phone I can't but on my phone anymore I have to do it all on my on my show I don't use my computer a lot by the convenience my phone if it doesn't work I'm just like oh Houston you like it when they ask you to choose the school buses yes because sometimes we have different definitions of what across Moi when I went down to the Ryan seacrest studio in the studio in Orange County and the children's Hospital of Orange County yes Moi he You know I mean you introduce me to him so yeah Oh story of how you met yeah so their email addresses I was trying to fire under janitors she wants to she's got to get on this is what it looks like to be on top of it yeah I'm on top of it I am on top of it I could client I'd always have to do it on my desktop well they made it easier with the little slide thing so it's always you know you you gain one win and you gain one loss Mansuri he he has a foundation where he puts TV and radio studios in children's hospitals all over America to give the kids who are stuck there with nothing to do something exciting to do for themselves is I have a g mail account I have an iheart account and then I have a yahoo account and then we have scrubbing account and then we have a kiss. FM Account so they're all legit how is it going to say no no I I thought we should talk about no what I'm saying yeah so thank you any of you that are voting regularly for scrubbing into in the People's Choice Award from here on out I'm going to set an alarm in my phone and do it every it's two emails too so that's right I've got about gotTa have you seemed Shady Shady brain works I hate those things they stopped me from getting things done it is a little it is a little troublesome on the phone this year this year no no tiny said back and I have a lot to talk about so so we're ready to go we wanted to talk about we wanted to honor somebody we did want to honor somebody sweet he was always like super positive and just had this really great energy and everybody that knew him felt that way about him uh-huh even if they met him once yeah so he lost his battle and it affected me more than affected me a lot diagnosed with cancer and yet you would never know because he just had the best attitude and like that stuck throughout the entire time that we knew him like years a bunch of people but this one in particular was like the biggest light on the planet like he just has this like infectious energy and he was there and he was did I never on any other podcast in my regular life I adore both of you and this show I was saying that people send you their email addresses so you can vote reach other yeah and it's like a radio student exactly like this one is set up in the city nicer nicer and it's like you all videotape so that the kids that are in and you know sometimes you go down and you visit and they're having a bad day and you know they want like draw the curtains and they just kind of a little bit reclusive and he was never that way in their rooms like they can watch it on TV they can call in it's actually really super cool and interactive and so I went down there I had a radio show with my girlfriend cal like literally our first time down there we met we met sixteen seventeen I think just one of those things because he was so dynamic and it just felt like like that he that the cancer wouldn't beat him in the sense of like he would he would win the battle you know and I think that the shock of knowing all day we have like a month not voting ends on the eighteenth birthdays October seven eleven days well eleven days of just the celebration of his life and the doctor at that treated him got up to speak and he said he was he'll never forget him like when when we heard about it it was kind of like no like he was it wasn't supposed to happen that way you know and I feel like he we went to were battling cancer who were around him to the doctor himself which was really cool and powerful and yeah just like honestly so special and they're all mine some way shape or forms so that was like a sim are noise community like you know gather around and help however we can but it was just kind of a perspective shift a little bit you know and like I don't know I guess we're trying to figure out how to like help and Kinda wanted to share the story because when we do figure out what we can do like we want scrubbing and just makes you realize like what's important important wife and whose it was I like all the kids that he's worked with and the families that he's worked with who he said that he showed so much strength not only to the other kids that we did have a funny moment when we went down to his celebration of life that I almost feel like he was probably laughing at us and I like having battling I don't know what to do because it's like when you lose somebody mine so much you don't really know what to do to help and so we're still trying to figure out how the heroes eleven twenty five tell me about today alternative twenty five to fifty so eleven twelve twenty two seventy five you can do another two hundred twenty seven in all black and we show up and we see people walking in their head to toe white and I'm like Oh my Tommy we drove down Tuesday last Tuesday we drove down to Orange County for the funeral service and Tony Nyerere Darren White and so then we're like well maybe it's just the family or like you know the pallbearers we didn't know and so we couldn't drive around the parking really at all fluid in Spanish and but it was it was like an eye opener that grief any motion all looks the same and everything would understand yeah it was also kind of an eye-opener because most of the service was in Spanish and neither Tony and I or are fluent or are we can help and just want to like really really remember him keep his memory alive because he was so special how old was he he has twenty yeah you better when he was thank someone laugh and seeing someone feeling motion is the same like whether you understand what they're saying or not so it was kind of like a powerful moment he was just so loved like you could just grabs her blazer from the back for some reason the send me laugh even harder it was like black velvet goes did you know the hundred year of the NFL or his request you know and we just totally missed the memo but we go to get out of the car and then Donnie grits like I like where can we go to get something like to throw on like I was just panic mode and so it was a it was a hispanic funeral so we didn't know if it was like a cultural thing Joel so I just wanted to share a little bit about I am and then I don't know like we just feel so I just feel so helpless and like he was just so full of wisdom like he was so much younger than me and yet he was always telling me like how to just like rest in God us like we can't go in there like is this disrespectful like what do we do so we drive in the little shopping center there's like a dollar tree or ninety nine story Juneau like I don't even think we would have been able to handle if we could understand what was up but like seeing someone cry and for everyone is getting out of their cars and literally every single person is in all so Tanya's like 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when a doctor's in that line of work I don't know if he was in college or what but if you're dealing with cancer you're dealing with death on a regular basis so I think the my mind Oh yeah it's cool it's fun but it's not it's not it's not it's a big deal and that's why you have people like me and your life and two for one day and then we have we're going to have your dinner Oh yeah we have a dinner on Friday you laugh when she gets really and I just panicked so I'm just like I'm just have my tanked up on my skin showing the undesired yeah exactly so I flew out and I literally had no idea how involved I would be I didn't know if it would be like okay here are models like of these genuinely gifted psychics in the world visit psychic source dot com and Use Promo Code heart and you can save eighty percent off introductory rates plus get just like embrace it because obviously I'm nervous it's a big deal putting out something like that for the first time not knowing you know I'm not guaranteed anything it it's definitely fall and it's they wanted like sweaters and stuff so there's a lot of sweaters and there's a variety of things but I'm really excited for it to be a big celebrations or everything was just kind of like Oh that's awesome you know right and so I'm having to let myself realize how cool and how big of a deal this is because I will champion and like whistle blow the hell out of it and also I think it's important for you to do that too because I think sometimes like I'm the same way it's like you don't and so right it's like having a birthday party and wondering who's GonNa show up Yeah Oh you cannot friend but considered meaning but I was like Oh everyone was wondering why was going back and forth to New York and I was like I have meetings or something really cool but I couldn't say what it was I've been using it for the last couple of weeks Berkeley's usually ladies thing but there's something for the fellows and their skin ooh that Kinda like a website everyone can go to it's macy's so the way it so what happened my favorite place ever which I'm very excited about this is Tony gets hit on all the time so we're gonNA try I really thrive in this environment out there for people to see what is the launch so the launches on Wednesday and then Thomas and I are actually going down to South Coast Plaza and she's this macy's already has a line in their stores called bar three and so they wanted to kind of revamp it and bring someone on to create the next barth avert a long time I was going you know it's a thing here in La I feel where it's like everyone always has meetings in everyone says they have meetings and it could just be lunch the it's almost like you don't want it to your own horn yeah like two-day baby yeah even working so hard I know I know so I'm really trying to let myself sketch it with a pencil or a new say yes no yes no so they'll make me like a frigging bashed don't make me yeah I stayed here Beckett tally by bar three macy's collection oh yeah it's already up three lines so that's it's bacteria by bar three at macy's for the new extra hip right now you know sick from all champagne so now I'm GonNa get my lobster moment at the lobster my moment this was like lobster this is actually so good okay so I it was Valentine's Day and my boyfriend at the time had made drinking champagne like all day like just like celebrating having the best time cut to we have a little pre go and then I just always like I don't know vomiting on a date story BECCA Oh my gosh when yes so when I mean reservations at the lobster for us to have our big Valentine's Day like dinner and it's like a nice place so he'd made reservations we're going to lobster for Valentine's Day dinner Eh dinner dinner's situation I get so sick in the middle of it oh I had to run to the bathroom and start yet at the lobster Santa Monica Ocean Avenue four to six PM at the lobster that's right on the seventeenth got it so we're going to be like hanging eating voting Chilin opportunity for you to see Becca in Tanya up close and personal that is Wednesday the ninth at South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa Orange County and on top of that we have our people's Choice Award Voting Party Yep that's right October seventeenth so that's next week not this week next Thursday Mel as scrubbing in at iheartradio dot com we just can't open it up to the whole world lobster super super do so you gotTa let us know if you WANNA come Thursday four to six PM on the seventeenth lobster Santa Monica let us know if you WANNA go yeah and make sure you hurry because only thirty people plus a plus one you endure and otherwise we will do facebook live so that everyone feels like they're apart yeah for sure I've never been you know what okay actually I have a really good story we'll figure I think it's a great idea we'll just have to get the details I think I descend thinking about how these things normally go and it's like a lot happening so we'll just we'll just go God I'm GonNa years ago is that eight years ago so now I'm finally getting my dinner lobster you've never been sin never been time I really wanted to talking like middle of the act itself wow yeah like like uncontrollably vomiting and it was the sweetest thing because like it was the three yeah no it wasn't sexy romantic so we go down for the Pool Party and I didn't realize how hot it was in Vegas and so I started Robert and then we get to the hotel and we had to separate rooms but we all ended up staying in the one room together for some reason chattan taking him picks yeah it's acute photo up and the first thirty people that emailed into RSVP will get to attend the party with a guest and the that's not a lot of people like sixty like thirty people living beckoned mathis so make sure bringing her radio dot com you know we should do what while we're there we should like go live in the facebook group and make a viral voting party gritty the date like that so actually the weekend at Tanya the Iheart Pool Party in Vegas I went with Robert and we just discovered I'll do it on my own if like I'll do on those go go into the facebook group go live and then everybody can just like boat together it'll be so cute chaotic but oh gross and he was so sweet about the whole thing we never made it to the lobster for dinner can't cancel the reservation just how to spend the rest of the night just like laying in bed so so drinking like someone handed me a drink and under started drinking I gots so dizzy at the actual pole party I don't remember this girl is trying I was like so innocent and I was like wow I'm like really putting myself out there going to Vegas these two guys I don't really know so it's really trying to play first season of the Bachelor Bachelor that was on finished filming I seen Robert in like different photos but I was like I'm not GonNa be I'm not a lot of people think when we actually were in a relationship that was the first time we like dated but it was like a year before that where we had gone date and then he invited me to the festival he is he's great so what's this almost forgot we got this package and it is from our scrub sister we'll party so it was him and then his our other friend Zach at the time and it was just the three of us so me and the two guys who I barely Salama Yeah scrubs sisters mom MOMS and MOMS MOMS to be journal belongs to the scrubbing and podcast listeners tell your story and he got to like my -partment at like noon and like our first downtown's eight together and the first time we'd said I love you and like a big deal so we like arches just was in May which is when we would ever in May so this is so this is right after Christmas season of the a package of Caramel corn and it says for the Caramel Corn Prentice and his royal subjects. Another another I get out I'm I'm walking back to the remember it's like let's go back to the room like so you can call down and I keep having to stop and sit down because I felt like I was going to pass out I would just be like hey I'm going to be outside the door still give you your privacy let me know if you need any help interview me and I was like I have one second and I basically just slithered into the pool because I thought I was going to faint you puked in the pool no so we L. local favourite full package okay Tonya I saw this and thought it seemed so you just allman fact reach out to him like maybe he'll notice me in so he doesn't go to the Pool Party together no no no yes we that's like when we first went on a date because papper Antonio got a shirt that says Kale kill them with kindness and made right in North Dakota enjoy and they are some sort of Pretzel Oh wait maybe if she lives in Minnesota maybe I didn't meet her five and then just like prop it up we'll have to do anything worry propping it just in front of our faces table what the cookies and the cakes okay perfect yeah this is like vomiting like what are you need help anyways so the fact that Robert Ever was even interested in me again was he's a gem of human addresses inside the Journal so I think she wants to create her own scrub sister journal like we did with the other with the other girls so she sent this really cute little like I don't know what that is maybe for your Diet Oh yeah and then she got me cookies and cream pop tart aw that's really sweet that is really sweet the fact that you took your time and money and effort to send us this is very special and then there's Chocolates in here that was so so kind thank you so much speaking of dedicated listeners I got we got this email from Mary bathroom or two double beds so Robert Zach had one for some reason we all stayed in one seems like all right anything else in there is the most thoughtful I got a t shirt that says but I dr birthday to make this request if you could call her twenty first birthday she'll be absolutely thrilled and I will win mother of the year also Tonya my husband and I graduated from Dunwoody zillion times for you to win the People's choice last year last year last year we both loved Becca from the Bachelor which led her to listen to the podcast and also loving Oh yeah I met her at the panel I did she told us she had a package okay so she sent this and then I opened it and it felt very significant so he finally get up to the room and instead of them I was like I think I'm gonNA throw up daylight didn't leave the room they just stayed in the room was like throwing up of a Becca low key chill loves the same type of food might as Tanya's always positive and in high gear she adores you both know you sometimes called people for their birthday so I was holding out for is like not meredith this is Sherrie I'm calling from so mean so bad even still like for a long time it was like why didn't you leave the room for man Becca likes people to leave the room and I don't know that that's what I would can't so I I wanted to not open it until we did the podcast because she she sent this little envelope and it says this envelope is to pass on the Journal next I share this with you because she must have to call her daughter surprise her she says my daughter Katie is turning twenty one on October eighth that is tomorrow she loves scrubbing and in voted ice-cool and Atlanta Georgia or Ryan seacrest went to high school in Chinese planning a trip there to retrace the steps of his youth I am and I'm actually asking Becker I joined because I didn't realize that we have a very it's a Atlanta is a hotbed for scrub sisters oh I had no idea I've been getting hit up left and right uh-huh instinct truly do I don't know that I would I'd be like we WANNA stay here in case he needs our help our house like I was abandoning you if I left Tanya she's also been obsessed with great adamy years ago she binge-watch ten and a half seasons less than three weeks this is just like Tanya she thinks and I agree that her personality them well at all horrible it was horrible the kind that they are so I mean yeah I didn't want them to help the pump okay what do we do that she twenty one tomorrow what did she the bustle butter though on this as I'm from North Dakota but I live in Minnesota now these pretzels are local North Dakota favor oriented so she told a little bit of her stores mark the pages where we can tell our story so we'll ride in I'll make sure that you guys all do this look and then she sent a farmer's market list because farmers market Becca in case you want a menu or you want to remember my daughter's amazing she is my person she is the sun just so dollar up let's see if we can get a hold of Katie Haiti myself all doing okay is this Katie Katie's the second Tanya okay have you been on job more information yes have you been watching a lot of grey's anatomy okay what voice you're gonNA use a pinch your nose toys asking them if we could do a meeting in Atlanta right and center because Mary Beth says Katie's grandparents live there we'd be happy to give you a tour become the town it's fun to like I don't know you never see to pull this off the way you'd like to put off like we could pretend that we're from nets senior in here with patriots give me a hard time again no picture yeah you can do whatever you want so we'll write in this and then we'll put it in the in the Senate off yeah I was trying to play cool and I was like throwing up about fame currently coffin hack no no we don't want to do something cooler than is gone we don't WanNa Prank when something cooler than sure that's that's what I would do to my friends it's like a mean prank Oh to act like you're from grey's anatomy yeah and just thank you so much for being a fan me in the bathroom afterwards or you got them like I feel much better for you and I differ I'm like doors open naked yacking over the toilet hi Katie my name is Sherry Click for six oh good how are you good I was I feel old though no man what's going to be your first drink recommendations do you drink I mean happy birthday happy birthday tomorrow so excited are you ready for the big to one I am I don't really I really don't know I didn't drink either I understand trust me I know I know we got the nicest she said what what does she do in her free time she said she she binges grey's anatomy she love your podcast he's more of a BECCA column which we're happy birthday drink right like almost pina colada tight drink but I'm the same way as you like anything that had alcohol and I was like lakes and somebody's like getting into her account or something no okay fine flakes is not getting a lot happening here I don't really care about anything that's happened and I didn't want to spoil it because it's a bad sign in general that back in tiny both did not wash this past weekend Klein because we saw some in accurate activity happening here at flex account okay and I just wanted to check make sure it was you adamy season so far we're to end so far what are your thoughts loving view yeah like I just feel like there's pork lamb ear loyalty through yes and Tanya Outta the couple's I'm really into the same old grace but it's early maybe this building up this kind of building season got a big nor it and drink it anyway hey can you the question for you this is mark but so high what do you think so we love that what would be a good first string I think fireball what you're going to be it got the nicest email from your mom she said that you're more you're more of the BECCA and she's more of a town yeah he really is you no matter what I can't stop watching so we know we have to see it out again and I hope you have I think we US plug my nose people are going to know all right let's take a coming back you know we ask around people we all hope you have the best birthday ever tomorrow Katie how much thank you. 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Wait I'm like aerosols that you use after you number two you spray well becoming adult means new experiences new situations news mel awkward to bring up but you need to use milers Iras posted this thing on her instagram story that I feel like it got overshadowed one out of respect to that person it's maybe like no obviously Miley shouldn't have to date in her home but it's like you know there's photos everywhere you know like all the stuff was like a little confused like I think the the hard part for her that she could be casually dating people we know but it's part of that lie I mean she's not known anything different people have one into be up her but since she was ten I know oh pardon me Miley because I know you're listening she basically kind of said how the public when a woman is dating like goes from one forget the Airway VIP pre poop toilet spray a find it into cleaning I'll or on Amazon but I think it's more of like confusion like wait we just saw you you're in a relationship with someone else you know I think it was the way I I just feel like what she's saying is totally right if a guy did it won't be reacted to the same way but I think it's kind of people are like wait yeah I don't know I'm friends with Caitlin so I have a like I think it's I think when you're in a relationship or like seen with any she just goes through guys and like Lala and everybody was hating on Taylor swift and it's like just dating like this is what life is why is that such a bad thing midway like are rooting for her with that person and then it's like she's with someone new and it's like wait wait like obviously the people who are slut shaming are wrong in any capacity what I'm saying is like just because people get invested in her like dating Caitlin or I mean she just finished divorced Liam and she's photographed everyone with Caitlin right that's what I'm saying but people make it into the serious thing before it even has a chance and then it ends and then she's publicly seen with someone else yeah but like that's not on her oh I thought you were just with so and so like people I think that thing with someone of that nature is people get so invested in her life and who she's dating right and then they get statement on her instagram story there really lit a fire under my what did it say every day but I don't know if we're talking about the same one three pages so I'll just paraphrase it the air mom pink roll well it's true I mean when I first met your father he thought I didn't poop for three years by mom don't relationship to an accident is just dating their slut shamed and when a guy does it it's like they're they call him g and he's a legend and he's a ladies' man and it's like this double standard that's like always been there and it's like just I love that Miley Cyrus is like calling it out like it is she's like no I'm not just going to date people in my home because I don't want to go out and get photographed oh by all the news of her and Cody Simpson dating all the headlines were like her and Cody Simpson dating her dating and she posted this like really profound but I thought to be profound talk about you it's kind of taking control the narrative which I'm super here for because it's like I'm sick of people giving these like this is our PR statement to people magazine with some because I'm just dating somebody new this is me living my life I'm dating this is what I'm doing and I'm just so glad that she like says it because this is what happened to Taylor swift a couple years ago everybody was like it on the show so funny and so self deprecating and get not these meet her we need to figure that out want to say and I think I'm just I it's like I don't I'm not like I think I'm just proud of her for like saying putting into the world you know instead of letting everybody else bill they're gone now so I had Saturday Sunday Monday I had two days how did you get through it cut short the other night and you could see what also pretty medical medical standard so you could see my nipples through the says pretty much that exact thing I would be like like encourage and support it if I were dating around I know until it should have done the man on Saturday night live the Ninja thing that she slutty more than just being like oh no I was rooting for her and Caitlyn or I was rooting for her Liam. It's like she's going to get that no matter what the Miley thing I think you're right I think it's it's not fair that that tell things are perceived but it is you almost have to be like she acknowledged it and now it's like people are still going to be idiots and say oh it's like but but that she can't just not move on and stay in her home because she doesn't want people to perceive her as being slutty again but what what's the I'm GonNa Control it very modern woman than something else you wanted to share with everyone today you a PSA decided we probably shouldn't talk about that you know you can always I post meet says all the time when I'm like in a pinch really I just put in CVS and I put a photo says it hurt quite a bit but I was able to put behind me and I think I can have a friendship with him I respect relationships too much it would never want to commit between him and his girlfriend he keeps finding ways came home that night took them off everything's fine I still have like red tape marks on my boo from the bandaids so like that is not a good as what does she do a good performance hoping that there was GonNa be issue that that right there clinches tv one to be unopposed mated breast pumps to a restaurant in vegas month wow yeah you like him and he clearly is in to you but he has a girlfriend and if you are participating you are enabling his let's see what the upside is here you have plenty of friends yeah he's you don't want him as just a friend neither like you can try and convince yourself that like oh I just WanNa friendship but enjoy each other's company so much we said Hey let's get dinner after work the day every dinner he texted me in the morning hey by the way I've got a girlfriend a string you along and give you the wrong impression behavior dad like this have there's a word for them we'll hit cheaters cheers away some key elements of this rented it out I say do not band AIDS on your Nipples I've done it too and does it leave that read how long does go away I think they're still there let me check you have a very delicate skin wherever we wear this Mexican restaurant the Las Vegas Strip are the radio the tips for women who go through this because I have no this doesn't something not my department and other it was so funny he told me he recently moved to the city and didn't know a lot of people so I took that as a hit and I asked him out for coffee date went great exchange numbers texting back and forth gene like Blah Blah Blah and it's like she's just like I'm taking all this into my own hands and like I'm going to post it on my own socials and like this is my narrative now you know you can't control it yeah maybe all right we got an email from the Netherlands she says why do guys flirt while being in a relationship I met a guy we hit it off we laugh with third or not that's hilarious you were talking about neither of you ever really thought back could have the feeling she's having now for her current relationship I think tiny said she didn't seem to have dinner is beyond bandits don't work what they work they work which leaves scar Dr motionlessly scarred from it yeah I I used to do that like often but mine would actually leave like a white mark almost like it was like a Tan Line for some reason oh somebody just read and so I was like shoot and have time to go to CVs grab these silicon covers. I took tape tape bandaids and I just bandaids over menopause the fear of I'll never feel this way it was more of an acceptance of all right like I'm different maybe I don't have those like intense feelings everyone talks about but that's okay like I never had a fear I think I was just like that's for the movies and for people like Tanya who are like but she lives in Sweden and he's in the Netherlands the girlfriend does so that's another factor in this year she's in a different country completely but the thing is the bottom line is let's say that and it only takes a one person to like open your heart to know that you can feel that way for someone the open and expressive and then like maybe she feels what I feel but she's making a bigger deal out of it like she gets more excited about things I bet he calls them dates is a huge red flag because he's not even trying to act like allergist like friendly hang out if he's calling them dates so it was never a fear just thought like oh I'm just not I'm not wired that way to fill those things so I think it will happen sorry I hate when I know people hate when it's like you're so young but you are very young you have a big world with like lots of people who you're going to get to me after what you want but also letting things happen the way they're meant to happen as colleges ending I'm having a lot of thoughts and worries I never mazing still little embarrass talking about it but that's like no I'm not but like would you recommend like scotch tape or like free the nipple John Dory live and putting yourself out there also letting things happen naturally and it's like finding that balance is hard because are you going to meet somebody if you stay at home every weekend watching that the stop could I be friends with this guy or should it just end this in sand this yeah this is this is John's yeah yeah I don't see I don't it falls apart and you start dating each other all these going to be at least be going on coffee dates with women who aren't you and it's GonNa make you uncomfortable you know the fact oh to keep seeing me he keeps starting text conversations he keeps flirting and keep wanting to go on coffee dates he calls them dates why guys do this why do they flirt a relationship and how can it get it's still shocks me truly still likes like shocked that I have feelings not shocked it's not shocked but I just feel like I remember for so long don't ever have that because I'm not great at opening my heart relationships Becca did you ever have the fear that you'd never really fall in love Tanya how do you balance the idea of going well I don't believe so true though well I'm only twenty but I do somewhat missing out on we're that maybe I seeing the Jaylo show and she needed she left her pump here in La and she I guess too when you're breastfeeding you have to know certain times if she really needed it and like literally met us at last various talking about this is the Tania and I have had this exact conversation probably weekly since I've been in a relationship like you still feel it you know what I'm saying but it's not gonNa make it right right no I the song about literally make yourself like put yourself out there make yourself available to things so that when that opportunity arises

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#47.5 Happy Hour Minisode: The Quentin Tarantino Soundtracks

The Chartographers

32:45 min | 8 months ago

#47.5 Happy Hour Minisode: The Quentin Tarantino Soundtracks

"Aw aw inverse is audio soundtracks experiments that somehow inexplicably worked either very very excited about it me. Saudi inverted in the room is also a riley. It it is Dave Google. It is Jones Find us on her instagram all. Her name's I'll support though we are talking about going through trek's which means it's time to say the thing we do is the sort of bring out to he's sleeping nevermind. Top of that really fair wake up again. The good thing that you mentioned have also vegetable heads today. I don't know we were so like. How is this going to work? zillow weird kind of episodes of do like we're still talking about chunks of music album. Mike is There's another medium involved you know what I mean. Words like right. It's it's hard to Separated music from the movie but he didn't really feel like we talked about earlier. There's the idea of like when you're doing the damn let guerrillas Augusta is coming from like a singular ours is being discreet make songs. Here's someone pulling sluggish from all these other different groups still in his vision and oftentimes. It's a new order. They appear in the film which doesn't necessarily make for Ricco. He's kind of flowing so it was a little bit different in that sense we did. I feel confident nickel great. It was awesome of a so mobile subordinates. It's a heavier mini episode. And there's a tradition. That which is what is the worst song on a Tarintino track A it is it is it is flip Stein Kill the volume okay issued by. Aw No that's that's my that's for sure H. O. S. deadly axe. I I really enjoyed. I was pissed off. I like dozen times I listened to that was back in the day but going through that going on this is the weird spoken spoken word ripple of. Yeah okay just not it could. It's just like a recap a ooh literally everything the movie and then there's the Mama Song just the hidden track the end to which I don't think is better. I don't know if it's worse rod but in general the designs and also I think it's better Leeson's but it's it's also place isn't fuel right coops. WHO's looking at his notes? I would say that cover magic carpet ride is closed that such and that I feel right. There's so many songs on discography if you can even call it that That are like buying song. Some are even good songs that I just. I don't I don't care if the experience with some of the some of the Jackie grabs. There's so many songs where you're just like and I think part of this is because we are also our no. This almost feels weird to say but like we also have an another twenty years of music to compare everything to me. The Generic Surf Rock. And like I'm Jackie Brown there's really pretty generic seventies pop like seventies fluffed. And I feel about that too about like the bedlow and like There's I mean there's even a couple of songs pulp fiction. That are that thing where it's just like I've I heard this thing was so many times and with actually interesting elements attitude is well like just like basic anything like I don't know if this is just the actually the songs or if this is like something where they maybe they haven't aged well the lake just comparing them to all of music or like pop music as someone who listens to a lot of that we'll think about it is is. This is not arranged. These albums are not composed together by a musician. Right at all right like they're even. There's there's barely anybody else who will do that kind of music. Because he says her or Dino says he would hate to give anyone else that kind of power on his movie. Like he doesn't want anyone else to be soundtrack guy or or soundtrack person I mean I think but also I think just sort of talk about why this is the director. Were doing in the first place. Just I think he's clearly someone with such a keen sense of music that I almost like respect him as a musician anyway warlike he he does. He doesn't hear Marie out a loose. A loose use of that word should he still edits to the music. He still knows. Exactly what elements he wants to use. Where and and how like this part of the music is going to match to like? He's a good almost like a good music video director in that way. He I mean the just judging coming from his choices. He's obviously very study. Yeah he and because he writes this music. Is it stuff Maury has. It's not like he's got abused. residuals Elizabeth He. He knows this ship he does. He doesn't he's not exclusively Hindu fiction he lists other people like music nut super viability viability. Something similar title of people that have recommended songs before runs like they knew that. Like I could use this for this kind of yes. They sent those ever served as I would have happened but one more poorly. I feel like he's someone. And this is true with his filmmaking. He loves saving people. He really really does. He does it when it comes to like I. Guess what I'm going to Hire uh-huh John Travolta movie because he is washed up the like all down at. It had really had much of a career like really going to help. Thrust of ACCLIMATE PAM grier. who was finding hard to get on fiction as UH whatever whatever the drug dealers girlfriend and he went no because the drug dealers girlfriend gets yelled at and pushed around a lot and Penn career will not be pushed around in my own? I love and I feel like he does that with musicians to feel like maybe some of the war pop saw obvious experiments in pulp fiction were helpful was is misery was the thought that like. Oh this is legendary like hunting. That's when he started to kind of feel a little bit and be like I can really do this for a lot of people like honestly like I really unheard of love. Songs by body will make but the items such a strong positive connotation with one hundred tenth street across the country that it just looks like clear. You know there's everything so that's why I'm sure he had the a ton of this fucking life doing kill bill because he really got to do the deepest dives any unwanted neutrally. Yeah exactly which is why the five six seven eight are when he was one of the best songs on in that movie is. What's the song I am on my nose? I could very quickly quickly. It's the nobody but me by the human beings that's on the soundtrack which is the one where he is when she's running up the band history of people and I was like all Elliott radio. It's perfect and it's visually fucking gorgeous. Pastors have the fucking Arkansas immature clearances. You think or what. That's what I ever texting or whatever and I was like can include the awesome music music. That's not only that you jealous because especially for me inherited. It was helpful to just have the clarity of executive NJ Jabber Esoteric Tito's dependent we if we're going by the standard of like what's Music Q.'s. They're used in the like we're going by. I mean we ranked it number one but also marked the inclusion of the like sound effects essentially actually musical sound effects that like then do we have to include all of those like four seconds like they got unkind of booth to play a trump Israel rose one Q.. Actually Kinda with tears needs more seldom excuse it would have been done through the music of toes wiggling truck none of an organic whatever recorded myself though. We're in he's going to hurt you or yeah. That's that's that's what I I just wanted to make such a weird fucking guy guys he really. He's just clearly a savant at his craft. He really loves doing. What are you doing so much? But he's also it just like a little bit full of himself but like in a very specific way just got married innovate. Because does she was cheese. CAPRA's wife at the end of all the subway for movies designing. I need to put a baby in that and also did I just. I just got to put this out here. I'm just going to put this as you imagine. At the very end of the in Hollywood soundtrack the three second track is just that you know like just perfect. Just incredible igniting the entire good that movie. I love that movie so much. I liked it the first time. Second time I was like I wanNA climbing fucking movie and live there and beyond instead of the Westerns and like I was just because a lot of this stuff my dad show me when I was a little kid so I had the second Brad Pitt was watching me. Explain yeah I I had very strong stalled in it hit me hard and also fell to go unattainable fairytale version of altitude or your life. That's that's everything clean and not like the muddiness really was time demands. That's yeah I was. I felt felt real strong about it and to I wanted the soundtrack to be higher Elizabeth. Again I was bitter battles the name of that but also it was so great though because I had to of Terry during the scene when Katie finds out their plan confronts them at the dinner table dinner table and then it just like that life on his hand during the infamous to cabinet but then he freaked out too because they had to cut back that he drives his hand across a uh and I was just like there was cut their right. I got voters that Google did Leo. Asmara has blood on her face. No way we was hit by scandal. Ah Dislike it. To my knowledge a curfew you might know. appeased advocated the soundtracks to true rumors or from doubled up right. I don't know I I mean I don't think he officially had when he doesn't the same flair for it. Definitely I feel like he he. He talks about his movies in the movies. That are his movies. And he's done a bunch of other things unlike help produce wrote and acted in whatever and those are movies he has been a part of and then there are the things that we ranked and apparently Deborah repre which are tearing Tito movies and he is the Kinda bought tour who will like everything about this is coming coming. Got Him visually there. Yeah Yeah I was. I was big. I couldn't help but think about Tarintino as a tour unlike masturbation win in line with that image could get some of the best master batory or tourism of certainly the last thirty thirty years cinema. Bacon within the first removes the characters are interacting with the songs. There's the rest of the time slowly the soundtrack being over it. There's something about when someone says I just kind of as additional element to it but if you like what kind of we brought up at the start of it and I feel like guardians of the galaxy. That was such a good idea to center too because the songs were a character in it to a degree this is his one connection to Earth as one of the passing lane. The MOM. Yeah so great. Because when you heard that soundtrack was number one whit multi-platinum stuff all audio released and already available everywhere else but just to have them that one perfect package but just reminded that experience was so impacting. Just like Mrs Robinson on like gyms brass this ball he put the fuck in Pina coladas on talk radio and especially in verse three movies. Like you're saying that you like those songs because it reminds you of that tiny heard they're fun. And they're it's the throwback you are Iraq into songs just like he's at writing and like the whole super seventies weekend you're interacting viciously as be fun stealers wheel you you've seen as creepy because you feel peppy just like he said that's on particular you're complicit elicit because you're enjoying it your giant until you're not joy it like you have that by I hear Oh fuck like when he walks outside you're like okay that's over and still with all my that you always loved all my God. I remember the fucking time when me and my buddy back in salt like we wound up watching light disease read Dolly Obscure Crazy Shit that we could and so one time. I wasn't exactly the same evening. It was very close together with WHO wants to be washed Roger in the very first row. Michael Moore Documentary and one of my all time. FAVORITE MOVIES DOTS experiments early two thousand German Ville based on the Stanford prison experiments were like assist. Assist people are prisoners for guards. What they're dynamic angeline malone for a week? They're going to do for a whole month but realized they had to cancel it after like a ten days because there's so intense because we were sold their heads and Mesa Drugs Asian and both of those motherfucking movies us. Wouldn't it be nice by the beach boys in Terra quine or terrible context each each time and now because it was one movie to fucking movies though they have. This is kick fucking deal that shit anymore have to ah Nelson was that song as Houston us at the end when tonight occurs character is remember that the beach boys woman. I can't remember remember specifically what which one is it is it comes on rations or yet us is awesome Eh Keno this year. Yeah it's a long year. Would fucking year appear awesome. Captain Marvel came out very close together. But like legitimately I feel like Tarintino up the soundtrack game so fucking hard fighting because I feel like people were just used literally use it like. It's this over here for the movie. Here's a bunch of songs. Look for the music from and inspired yes. He's fired by play. Oh I want to try and break inspired by wife. I remember I remember. He was Chris. CARRABBA ruthless Dina's from death work investable river. A he feels like he was asked by stony to be like. Hey so we're doing this movie called spider man to we want to know if he's like okay but does that mean like it's a boss Leiderman too and the yes it. Does he did that. He wrote Vindicate Location. Isn't he getting getting dressed and going Mary. Jane's play Derail Org briefly. Disease The attorney to those meetings soundtracks you know basically doing songs that the Iraq within the rule of the film and I feel like I've seen Salihi other composers. Fuck that up so badly specifically thinking about amazing spider man two because they consumer going on a bunch of other people I want to make. I WanNa make the music that Peter Parker listened to and being some fucking like garbage fucking you know Bass Drum remix bullshit that I was like. Please stop as long as we're talking about music spiderman movies when the when he's listening to post Malone and into the spray diverse and he's kind of Smyrna road came home is Subjects fucking fairly problems. That song becomes a massive hit. That had only hit number one like after labeling it was it was like the spider versus like the verb period. Yeah Okay I didn't know if it was just so great but I like junk. Hurry the pocket like the movie just like just kind of half remembered the lyrics. 'cause everyone want to just do that then I want to listen to. It is Bohemian rhapsody. Fantastic on its own right. But like washing Wayne's world is like oh wait no yes everybody also really exact same way of Bohemian rhapsody. It's the song head banging at the car. That is why we love it. It's so weird to me though. The TINO is such a specific alternative. Way does that. There's a lot of imitators another Tarantino esque moments. Don't anything that comes closest in my mind. Born killers the Oliver Stone movie which yeah. Where'd you say but he also directed at like fucking territory that movie too which was just kind of a weird choice? I just remember Robert Donna. Juniors shouting in a prison that point race going I remember being severely tavern very high. Sorry and AH watching that house like a not at all not wanted after he got fired from appeals. Woody Harrelson visit sure. Let's see already. She is back. We went off to be brought over Mesa. I couldn't do if we're talking about music spiderman adding patio by a lot of men who had movie week that I the next time one I would watch that way of war I would watch Tarintino Star Trek living. I just want a Martin Scorsese's it I would watch. I also feel like we'll also someone who had a very impassioned soundtrack to because guess what there's always going to be a fucking rolling stones on the last temptation of Christ weird I was I was like in my mind. You being the only one second well good times all right any other Tarantino fun fact is destroying things. WanNa bring it on experiences. That man likes the N.. Word your title faults like there's this point where it listening to it and I'm going like it made a lot more sense in reservoir dogs because these are all people and by the time for like seven movies. He's the only guy you can say the n word anymore right way. Remember specifically we were watching Django just like the relish but just the casualness of which are two cabriolet. Don Johnson saying there but also really hammer home. Just the your house is slave owner of what yeah slavery. There's there's a Jesse Jesse Martin just the other one it. No no the grey's Anatomy Jesse Jesse Williams Williams yes. I always think it's Jesse Martin but it's not a different guy he's hush happy he's Creighton of Friggin rent longer. Order just this separate podcast. But Jesse Martin Brigade and or on law and order and they didn't do a musical Edison. I don't know why anyway I also also just jerry remark. What happened was the victim was the general today? It looks like we're dealing with one. Crafty criminal okay. Cool thanks I realized was of Carol. I'm on the point of before immediately before he died. He was in more Broadway musicals than any living person. Wow and Eddie Candelabra yes was talking about. I only realized that way. Hey to recently at ashamed Jackson's put Jesse Williams with like how come their notes notes about slavery but like this white boys using this word a lot like this is not cool and Sam Jackson's pushback is like come on. You can tell him to say that is like movie about Nazis. They don't say Kyko bunch and like they don't say counterpunch glorious bathrooms they don't all have one they don't hate it off so like that's that's not a good thing. Lawyers Pastors probably has my single favorite line out of anybody. Eric movie really is the perfect mixture of accents and just colloquialism and everything else is just grant pit with perfect home saying Doggie. Docs don't take that slug. After GAM which is just one of my all all time favorite just like the construction of that said I like those specific dominate. The goal the goal I. I know I felt bad that that sounds like with solo at our rankings. With the they just got. I just have that movies so yeah yeah great. That's definitely one of the soundtrack is worse than the movie in My. I mean just. We'll have dinner though the soundtrack and also I think just one of those movies where the soundtrack on-track serves the film said of being integrated into the writing APPs going on in. This is actually something. I noticed about Cuba volume one as well. Talking about cyber the lack of soundtrack moments the whole fight with Vivica a Fox and kill the line one and think about the entire opening the sequence in bastards with Han. Lon You don't believe there's any contract that until the Nazis coming like that's Tarintino is amazing. Meaning it's Amtrak's he's also amazing to know not which is absolutely forgives also amazing using Christoph Waltz which is great greenhorn ahead. Era Ghost island that these numbers Janko Ingredient. Everyone's great when they were James. That rose comes from a place of truth. Also also give someone for Terry just watching for the first time it'd be like set Jonah Hill the German hill and he was really supposed to play a character cut out of the film. No like I forget his name but he was supposed to be. Have this major. Did your sequence and like several different actors. Were supposed to be like Joseph Gordon Levitt was going to be a permanent and Jody Hill and then cut it out. Because I can't get any of these guys like what what. Freedom is scheduled to play the character. Goes I don't I. That character going was kind of goes play Klansman for like five minutes. Say Jay landsman technically. They're not OB. They're set ten years before the origin of the really. They should plan it. Because they're wearing two pre-civil war Gotcha but that is the classic originated from. Was this lake. hoodie ah this this weird so I had it but he planned this weird Italian of Christian mythology game and apparently it comes from like Weird Eskom's a logical all Christian Italian like Cohn headed like the holy warrior imagery and that's where you get the kamikazes from Tarantino podcast. Anyway I think this is something having Rewatch d- so much of what an MVP. Sam Jackson really is needs Louis. We clearly Jackie Brown Django unchained and hatefully especially just watching eight. The late for the first time since as on theaters I was like damn awesome. I mean he's like one of the only redeeming qualities of that movie for me. It's wait for in Mike. But he was as any so fucking good and Django and he's also animals bid is mid late sixties in this love the age the bottom also captain marvel and no one knows like lead Chebbi. He looks like younger older. Sam Sam Jackson Not Housing Jackson looked when he was young. The at the Mike the Facial shape was it wasn't a gentleman that's the thing they do. Who is the agent like? They look immaculately young Jackson and look and Macula still flaws and there it was like forty or something in polk fiction like yes he was into his shoulder and Oscar nomination. fuckers might really. Yeah I feel like they're just like we're not we're going to give snakes on the plane guy. That same Jackson shows up in the stores. I love that personally. I think it'd be a lot more skills than real quick faverty surety that movie. Oh It's been tub. It's shifted a lot in the last. It's to Egypt. Because I really liked pulp fiction and I really he like reservoir dogs and I really like Jackie Brown. I really like kill bill and I remember y. I like hateful eight which. I didn't remember liking as much as a the holy. See Him wants to get new. Definitely has issues and channing. TATUM why like I hope the best war but Magic Mike. It should not be in that movie. He should be in kingsman terrible and he should be when you know you're wrong. You movie starring in great terrence. Just the Oregon. This this is way better. Yeah I watch this in Kingston or feeling time so the other it now and watching have sex in rocket Bamba legit have cut from a Delta flight gave up. It's going to be like say your booby. And then we'll go to the next drug that uh that's a Mexican stand-off I think it's I think it's so Mexican Tadic it's still l.. Pulp Fiction for me. Yeah Jangle jingles. My favorite. Although I was one time at Hollywood is is what I need. More time with a we are for life. Django is like on my list of favorite movies of all time. I will say though before one time came out in Hollywood came out I watched Django. Ain't going glorious bastards. Oh my God forgot fucking Amazing Glorious Bastards No my dad and also when he carves the swastika and Linda's stays in the end and use like this might be mass movement. This is hard but I'm GonNa go with regard and say it's it has to be killed. One is so again now. Only time they've ever left at the land is like two or three times too but like of leading theater. It was one hundred percent entertained. It's all just yeah full feeling of just like not in just like a Michael Bay role in Uruguay. Just to be like every single thing could've hit my brain's pleasure center. It absolutely did. And it was great rewatching though and this might be like each happening here a couple of moments or as well as you go. This is is quite violent. Most violent movement he believes has has increased gills. And what also is a chain. Go head the most here loss of blood of all times thick Cervi blood slowing of and also people Fula divine. Physics also does help. Maybe like one of his is people who died. There are eight known. These appointed there are that many people indices into like. It's been half hour rate your many. So you're allowing the actual ranking Jason Volume. Two separated out goes through the same committee so gets me. So the whole in the meantime though eight Muzdalifah Testing. Thank you so much for being here letting her here deemed cougar. An amazing person. And I'm so glad that you were a part of this. For having and Terence of ooh great guys some really luxury it will do this. They supporting the season and everything else. 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065   #1? w/ Deray Davis

Van Lathan's The Red Pill

1:21:58 hr | 1 year ago

065 #1? w/ Deray Davis

"Yeah. Well advantages rep repeal where we give you the brutal honesty truth. Today's guests lot Abreu, truth Deary Davis theory Davis. Actor comedian overall fun guy. We talked to him about he goes very deep into his feelings about the late John singleton or we tape this, basically the same week that we lost our brother. John recipes to him. Dear had a lot of thoughts, and he wanted to make sure that he told the world about what a great man. He felt like John singleton was, and he did that on the repeal podcast. We also talked to him about the changes in comedy, how stand up comedy is changed from when he first started doing it too, when he was doing it now, we also talk about the infamous to girlfriend situation, which he always was always ask the bodies almost tired, it's divided. But I was we have to talk about it all on the podcast day and deer. Also tells us something else he says there's one category of comedian that he is the best in the world at in this Pacific category of comedian. No-one commence with Deary Davis. He is the top guy in this specific category. He's gonna tell you guys about that. Very, very fun podcast with funny, man inciteful, brother, though, a very insightful brother can talk about all types of different things. We talked about the big Hollywood games. We've talked about stand up comedy rap all of that stuff love being around this guy love talking to him, so pop some pills. We don't get to Davis in a second. But before we get into Davis Nunnelee, I do PSA's, and I let people know different messages to people and these messages are trying to be uplifting. Try being inciteful try to help you guys out and tell you the world as I see this one's for me stops enemy rap music. That's it. Stop semi wraps. I love hip hop. I love to see brothers get on. I love to see brothers come up and get money and get all the stuff out of poverty get their families. But guess what? I can't help you which rap career. I wish that I could one day I might be able to that day is not today. That day is not the now. Do I know people in hip hop? Yes. When I send them, your rap music, do you know what they do? They know it. But every day every single day, I go into my DM's. And it's never things that other guys getting their DM's while I would imagine my friend, Jesse Williams DM's looks like that's not what my DM's look like my DM's looked like yo van gotta hot project drop in on the third of the month is got seventy two tracks. Produced by me or fruity loops. I need you to listen to all seventy two tracks and tell me what you think my nigga. I can't help you. By the way, that's true is never listened to six tracks and tell me what you think is yo, I'm Joe van since I got this Peru, you'll van you know how put out a double album. I'm putting out a quadruple album. I want you to listen to the whole thing. Tell me what you think. And then how about this? What happens when you don't listen to it, Nick? I know you're list to my album, you're not really trying to help the black man you're not really about what you say about because I didn't listen to shit. I I you know, literally people hit me up, and then let yo come out do something for the kids. I got black business out. Those are the people that I'm trying to, to help, but, like, I don't know how to help help me help you what I know how to help the rappers, I can't help you. Is I can't do it by a lot of times. They're don't wrappers. I try to help out saying that shit over to make don't care. What I think about that. Listen. All the brothers out there that are wrapping trying to get your career off the ground, bro. I really salute you. And I hope that it gets cracking. I'm telling you don't send it to me. No more. K not at this particular time. Maybe in a year I'm doing something else. I might be able to kinda give you that guidance or whatever before right now. Please, man. Please. I'm begging you stop sending me that shit. Please. Just don't don't send me that shit, man. All right guys, I love yada. I hope it works out. But unfortunately for you guys, I'm not fucking Steve Stoute. This is not who I am. I Deary seniors should derive anyone who wants to become a rapper, derive was in Conde west early on. Senator to rice. And at the DRA Davis since the DA Davis Charlemagne those guys, they'll put you on apostle bills. Get into this. We out. It was about to happen again. Y'all. Ridge nigga alert, what the watch of free shit down every time this happens every time every time we get a successful person on the podcast. I reminded just how broken let me see the wash they'll. With I mean, maybe the natural instinct to watch because. Let's. Real say you go places. You decide you look around you might take the watch out put in your pocket. Yeah. Because people is it draws attention the wash does. Yeah. But if you sat around people were big watches, they don't really matter. You know what I'm saying the secrets that amount of TI, watch Joe you look like you right doing bad. But when you around broke Nick, like me, treating with the broken fool. I'll have to be doing the white broke, dang, like running is in property. They show up to the club, which will property true transit wipe. You can bring buildings like all the day land closed off and just flex. Like a deed is why be we'll give it up with Dave is so. Pleasure to have you on the podcast, man, years. We roll in got to ask you about something you're on snowfall. Yeah. I am all snow for a gray show on FX. And so we will be remiss to not start this podcast by asking how you feel and just your thoughts on the passing of an absolute legend titan. Not only in the city. But in the film industry period Johnson, the man that we lost. Yeah. I feel like. To enter the conversation, I'm gonna start with John as a whole with John like we know with John will what people say did. But just being upset about what black cinema was going is, what ignited John, I was doing. I forgot what movie I was doing. But I believe it was imagine that I can't remember director. I was with at the time. I don't wanna fuck up right now. But and he told me about John watching a screening of colors and sitting audience, and he wants the screen and a color to and stood. It was like this bullshit. This this, this ain't shit, right? Make a real south stood up in his white director telling me the story, the way he said, everybody looked the John like everybody stood up clapping about colors niece. That's bullshit. That in LA is I'm gonna make gonna make my own movie, make a real movie. And I never told John new that story because it just it just wasn't important. You know, I mean but to hear all these different stories like that about how. How much fire he had as far as the way he wanted his stories told. Yeah. And so when I finally got a chance to meet John thaws me, John me, and Kevin Hart will real real close. And it was at a premier for soul plane, I'll believe okay, and infamous film there. So we'll play Zion. I I was like, oh shit. John singleton. And I was like, John reform, you reach pass me and I was like I mean, he just passed said, damn, that's kind of, you know, foul, man. When I really, I respect working new is, but the guy with them knew who I was he was like, oh, he's like as a comedian OD raves. Like he's, I don't worry. He just didn't see you. And I'm like, hey and see me fuck, I like nominee hang Glazov negative. Really did not see you. So he told John, this story, he told John, I was trying. Dear is very plenty, John, eventually came to a show and now is. Man. It had to be over a decade ago. Have you is a long time ago man. I don't know how long had to be over decade. John saw my comedy and was like, oh shit. This is the most route shit. Whereas I never seen the light skin could talk like this. He's like you clucking crazy John from that moment for John star looking for stuff for me. And I'd never believe nobody because Hollywood is Hollywood is always like, you know, we could say you act in Hollywood this, and that, but you want people to at Hollywood, 'cause you wanna know you're in Hollywood. Yeah. You know, new interesting people in great places, never say, you never hear Denzel, tell somebody to act in Hollywood. Right. Right. We'll never say oh you being Hollywood. He's in this, and you want to be in that seat, you will love to trade places. So I in my Mentz me just getting here. I was angry about a lot of stuff at home, anger bible mom's stuff angered by mom. My family stuff, never really been nice Ivanov. I met you back then. But I never was really the nice guy actually know what the, the weird thing is. You should you always show too. I mean. Yeah. When I feel Jane was bears around, you always show. No. That's going to be like I get it. Like they, I get when I if I see what your daughter of I see you, your mind could be someone you ain't gotta be with. You have to be with somebody physically for them to have an attachment to your mind like I could be somewhere. My mom with me getting on my nerves and not an abandoned boy, but in a way with everybody, everybody just needs some for the moment, and I don't have it the way they think I have it. Yeah. So while I'm out people thinking are got it because I'm spending my last down on the bottle just to celebrate me, you know, a nigga car hitting around the corner. Come get it right saying. And I'm just saying John, look he saw pass all that he'd be like you. I see I see starring you. I see it. So just just knowing what he had what he was a compliment accomplishing what he was doing. I wanted to be on that path, even though it didn't even could be extra. And some of the situations, I mean just in a room and that's how we became just became real cool that and talking about other shit that, you know, I would never talk about on the park. It was just a real dude real dude, when talking about it because for the moment, he might be feeling. So the way then I'll see John talking to the talk. Like are they must've fixed? Whatever. This is about to kill him up, right? But he always uses passionate about more of the project than it was the true like the true gangsta personality. He felt like when he seeing ice cube. We knew ice cube play that part because that's how you feel is Q was to that film. You know what I mean? Yeah. And he adopted people all the time, he is adopted people to build his, his own film, family. Yeah. And I was lucky enough to be one of the people he really adopted. And you think about some of the people, we talk about ice, cube Regina king? And some of the people a Terachi entire reason him that jumped careers jumped off directly from the art there. John producing ridiculous. Right. Like, like to Roger like, when I first met, her is I was like, oh, that's the sexy girl. That's the pretty girl from baby, baby. Boy, pro Stor. I had that mentality not thinking Chicago trying to be all she liked. You know, I was like, oh whoa, whoa. Or had this. I guess, to start about me like like that dude is he's rude off the guy how I came off ship prior to the story bedroom because he's great fucking storyteller. When shopper book whenever they come in. There's going to be great this. No, it is. But I how ever was. When I saw her when, when John brought me in for the project fi for love, she had never seen me. He didn't say who was auditioning for the part, he, he loves secrets like that. I got this do coming in watch watch the shit, lots any had worked with me for four days. So I could addition with Toronto. Damn it seems like he really took a vested interest in you. And really John. I got emails, as my publicist Michelle's here are almost are her other client row, which is like a client to promote rail. Rows Email and it was John emailing him saying, I have a project this is you Indira and he sent me a picture of it, and it's project called brick which had been trying to get made for four years. You know, maybe even a little bit longer than that. So the project started with somebody else, and busy was like, no, I want dear to be the lead miss so that and he, he sent me another Email of he wrote, I asked them to do it with the nigger sent me a Email of him. Don't write a sitcom for me. And I was like the fucking just right. I got when it's called, what's it called my mom? I just looked at it. The other day, I was just going to my at the resume that Email, the my emails from John. But I'll say that John had a lot of things going on. Like I said, he adopted people he had a lot of projects going on. He always stayed foot. I what he what he wanted to do it as far as me as an actor. He was never comfortable me being a comedian, only he liked me on stage, right comfortable, but he, he thought it needed to be hurt voice voices like that. Some people y'all might even know a girl named Marlow. I think Marlins last name, but hood, comedian young lady, he loved the Marlow. He he loved, he loved Corey Holcomb. Oh, yeah. Love, if you'll remember you funny shit. If you watch baby was a comedian there. His name was Freddie Rix, think that's one the only film he ever did. He was being raised friend. He cracked a few jokes in word. I don't remember he was a comedian. I loved him on stage. And then he wanted him to, you know, he wanted to. Translate differently on film. So that's what John did. I mean. I'm speaking in a way where these last couple of days have been crazy, like I'm ain't gonna license like last week. I've known of it, you know, I was going to go on stage and then I got even before then he had. Wasn't feeling right? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. He when he had a little bit of situation before you'd see John Enron, this nigger. Yeah. He's Sean other than them up every now and then we'll show you he, he to put his last long. Yeah. Often right. We all said that. It. Put your because he always you the girls looking at me when you little girls. And he what he wore glasses and all the beginning of his career, you got the glasses on every every interview with him. It was almost like a little bit like the spike. She because he would have the hat the have spikes he knew he had glasses as the flagship as look was going away. But you wouldn't think John like that. And I knew he was we both always talked about health because all right, heart murmur since I was young and I was talking about, like health all the time. So I knew he was going to solve situation. But then I in the Nega Astro burger. I noticed it on the diet, right? All right. I noticed that he's in the gate, it just sit out a lo