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Applying the Causal Roadmap to Optimal Dynamic Treatment Rules with Lina Montoya - #506
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Broadly but before we do i love to have you share a little bit about your background and how you came to work with machine learning. Yeah yeah so my background. I guess i'll start. Actually in undergrad. When i was a psychology major did not have machine learning or anything. Statistics oriented was not really on my radar so psychology major and then i worked a lot in research started digging into the data in realized. I got really excited. By the data and decided to apply to a biostatistics masters program got in and was at. Uc berkeley did my master's in biostatistics and there learned about causal inference which opened up a world of ways that we can rigorously answer questions scientific questions and then using causal inference kind of was introduced to machine learning methods. That would allow us to answer these questions. Very flexible ways and yet completed my doctor at now. I'm doing a post doc. In by districts as well awesome and what was the focus of your doctorate by dr. Yes so it was in a lot of it was causal inference and specifically in methods within precision medicine so specifically the optimal dynamic treatment regime. So that's basically a fancy way of saying that it's an algorithm that kicks in patient or individual participant co buryat sir characteristics and outputs the best treatment or intervention for that person and so during my doctor spend a lot of time researching sort methods that would again at estimating this optimal dynamic treatment or this individualized treatment rule an in particular applied. These methods to are the two big applied projects of the first one was within criminal justice. The criminal justice system and the second one was within the hiv and patient care space. Got it and more in fact. This is the that are this. is the work bits. Either you presented it. I see him hours related to the work that you presented at. Icm oh that's right. the former. Yeah the first one. That i just talked about is exactly so. That's basically so. I talk about the optimal dynamic treatment. Rule away of estimating it called the super learning algorithm and the present an application of this algorithm to basically defendants who have mental illness to see which defendants should get cognitive behavioral therapy or cvt versus treatment as usual based on their characteristic. So if we can find a way of administering either cvt or treatment as usual in an individualized way out. We'll dig into all of that in more detail before we do the workshop. That your talk. You weren't invited speaker this workshop. It's called the neglected assumptions in causal inference workshop. And the. there's so much in that name. I'd love to have you riff a little bit on this idea of neglected assumptions in causal inference. And kind of what it means. What some of the other presentations were at the works out that kind of thing. Yeah yeah so. I think it the name kind of came out of maybe the idea that causal inference and machine learning gaining this tremendous popularity and that sometimes when in machine learning or when. We're trying to tackle a problem. A scientific question often we kind of turned to these causal methods or causal tools without sorta. Looking step-by-step methodically to see if we're missing the causal assumptions so for example. I'll give an example job. You have dana set in. You're trying to find the effect of a variable on an outcome. And you throw in all of the possible that you have to find that effect using some machine learning algorithm you might be including in that set something that's called an instrumental variable or collider variable in which case if you put those variables in your model you're going to introduce them insignificant bias. And so i think the idea. Is that sometimes when we apply these causal methods to machine learning problems. We either kind of do it blindly without this sort of method or roadmap for doing so or we might even at the other extreme. Just completely give up. Sale can't infer and he sort of causality. Because i don't have the proper causal assumptions and so i think the purpose of this workshop was sort of to highlight what assumptions are needed to make causal inferences and also showed. Different assumptions are needed for different kinds of questions. That there's not credible one size fits all. These are the standards sets of assumptions that are applied to every single causal problem and also present. Different frameworks for answering the questions. Or road maps to be as transparent as possible about the assumptions that were making to answer scientific or causal questions when you mentioned instrument instrumented variables and collider variable. Yeah yeah what are those. Are these relate. I'm imagining the idea of correlated variables. Things like that. Yeah yeah so. That's a great question. And this is the causal inference. Speak in this comes out of the Structural equations or directed a cyclic graph world so basically instrumental variable and collider by exit variable. So that comes out of these graphical equations. If you were to kind of graph. The relationship between each of these variables instrumental variable is one that might affect an intervention. But not the outcome in a collider variable is a variable. That's if you have to kobe's that affects that collider and those two variables as well affect the intervention and outcome. So that's kind of. Yeah this is. Within the sort of parole directed a cyclic graph two kinds of graphs. That are out there okay. Can you make those more concrete with an example. Yes so let's take an example. A for example. Smoking is the intervention and the outcome is lung cancer. So if you were to toggle smoking lung cancer than what. We're saying that may have an effect on the outcome. Sorry if you toggle smoking. Yes or no smoking. That's may have an effect on the outcome lung cancer. And so let's say a variable that affects smoking. I don't know helped me think of what what would determine whether or not you are a smoker. Let's say socioeconomic status and so that's for example a variable that might affect smoking but that might not necessarily affect whether or not you get lung cancer directly and so that's something that might be an instrumental able additionally in economics. It's used a lot for example if you were to randomize treatment but you don't get perfect compliance of a treatment than instrumental variable could be the actual flip of a coin and the intervention or the treatment is with the person actually got so they're directly affected and the outcome might be whatever outcome you're interested in so it's kind of like a proxy of your intervention that you care about doesn't directly affect your outcome. Okay okay yeah. What's the connection between the work that you presented. Optimal dynamic treatment rul estimation and neglected assumptions. Idea yeah yeah. So i think this is a really great illustration. The optimal dynamic treatment rule. So let me back up and say so. The optimal dynamic treatment rule can be considered a causal question. So the calls. The question is what is the best way of assigning an intervention and even further. You might ask well. What would have happened. Had everyone received their optimal intervention. What would outcomes have looked like had. Everyone received their optimal intervention. So that is a causal question which translates into a causal parameter now the assumptions that are needed to estimate that causal parameter are not Different are very specific to that cause a perimeter verses for example just the average effect had we given everyone exact same intervention or given the intervention non-individualised way and so i think that the optimal dynamic treatment rule the set of assumptions that go with estimating that the causal assumptions that go with that are unique to that question because it is a unique question versus for example the standard assumptions that we might all be taught of for example estimating that average effect a non individualized treatment got it. So let's maybe dig in a little bit deeper into the specifics of the method. It's related to an idea that comes out of berkeley called the causal roadmap about about the causal roadmap in what that is and what the connections are yes. Yes it's something very near and dear to my heart. And then i'm quite passionate about so this specific causal roadmap came out of berkeley was developed by maya peterson and mark vanderlei. It's really a way of going from a causal question or scientific question and going all the way through it to see okay. Do i have in my data the sufficient conditions to answer this question and then do i have the tools for answering this cause a question finally with my data. Let's actually answer with a certain parameter. Let's get out a number that will actually answer that calls a question and so specifically the steps of the causal roadmap are first of all state year question your research question and that includes. What's your population. What are your variables. What's your outcome. The second thing is to specify your model also what i just said before that sort of graph the thing that relates off your variables together your intervention connecting tear outcome your covert your features for example relating to your outcome and your intervention so a graph that sort of relates all of the variables that you have together third is to translate that question that you made in step one into a causal parameter. That's a function of counterfactual counterfactual distribution and fourth is to specify what data you actually have and the link between your causal model in your observed data distribution model v is to actually identify your causal parameter which is a function of counterfactual. So those are things that you can't observe counterfactual. Our outcomes had everyone received the same exact thing. And then you might say okay. I want to turn back time and give everyone the opposite thing. You can't do that in real life. And so the fifth step is to say will. Can i write by causa parameter as a function of what i can actually observe so not counterfactual not from the counterfactual distribution in that step that One of the most important ones because that's the one where the causal assumptions really. Come to light. What are the things that you need to assume for example that everyone was randomized in your study. That there's no unmeasured confounding. Things like positively positively assumption meaning that everyone has a positive probability of actually getting that intervention. So things like that and then the six step is to actually estimate and the sixth step is may be the thing that we think is causal inference. But it's just one of the steps of the causal roadmap so estimation. Yeah yeah so. Estimation is gonna include things like machine learning double robust estimation. Yeah all of the machinery that takes your finite sample tries to estimate that statistical parameter that you got instead of five and of course we want to use things like machine learning to flexibly get at this statistical estimator this point and then the last step is to actually interpret the results whether or not you can actually interpret what you got in step six. You're estimator as a cause of quantity depends on what you've assumed in the previous steps. So yeah i think this roadmap. I think this kind of provides a way of really clearly seeing if you can actually go from a causal question to seeing. Okay is the number that i have actually answering the causal question that i made in step one and not just kind of blow on the one hand not not making sort of biased claims on the other hand not just throwing up our hands in there and saying we can't anything. Yeah yeah what's the difference between step three which i believe was restating your question in terms of a causal parameter and step five which is writing that as a function more to it but yeah yeah let me. Let me clarify that. 'cause it's a really important subtle point so let me just save start by saying so you're causal parameter and your statistical estimates and are gonna get at the same exact thing they're gonna get at the same exact number. The only difference is that your calls a parameter which is what you get in step. Three is a function of your counterfactual distribution meaning that it might be for example if you're interested in the what's the effect had everyone received intervention versus if no one had received an intervention than your causal parameter is going to be the expected outcome had everyone received intervention minus the expected outcome. Had no one received intervention in that world. It's a hypothetical world because no one can receive both the intervention and not the intervention at the same time. So it's kind of like this. I would tell my students. When when i'm teaching 'cause like it's your magical world of the counterfactual distribution where you can toggle these things intervene these things and look at outcomes under these different interventions. You can't see that in real life that's different than steps five which is identifying your causal parameter this thing that you got from the magical world as a function of what you can actually observed your observed data distribution and so now you're statistical parameter as opposed to your causal parameter is going to be the expected outcome given that your intervention is to treat everyone that your intervention is treat given your co very. It's an averaged over all of those minus for example the expected outcome given your interventionist is to not treat and your kobe. Kobe amend averaged over your the co very distribution. So it's the difference. Between again your parameters being a function of counterfactual things like counterfactual outcomes versus things that we can actually observe and so three is your stating this question in terms of counterfactual 's and so i've is you're stating them in terms of things that you can actually observe. Yeah exactly is the statement of these things in terms of counterfactual. Is that given that there. It's this magical. World is the function of that step so to inform our understanding of the problem or can we kind of mathematically reason via these counterfactual through the tools that we have with calls all modeling causality. Yeah that's a really great question. So i would say that the reason for doing that for the reason to write it as a causal parameter is. This is our moment to kind of get creative and take the question that we're actually interested in and write it as something. That's not realistic to do. In real life. What is kind of the thing that we would have wanted to do to kind of vein burdened by exactly exactly like we would have wanted to give everyone the treatment at the outcomes and then turn back the clock and give no one that treatment. Look at the outcomes. Dr way of sort of like really formally writing down okay. This is what we would have wanted and then in later steps were really examining to see. Can we actually do that. And making that transparent and that's kind of the magic of the causal roadmap and. I think the importance of getting back to the neglected assumptions would sometimes not explicitly said dada dotted and so the optimal dynamic treatment. Rule that fits in that step sixty actual estimator or yeah. Okay a lot. So i can try to go through the roadmap and sort of apply it to this optimal dynamic treatment rule to yeah the treatment rule problem and my presentation kind of if you can like when longer virgins of that presentation it actually goes through. The outline are the different steps. What yeah i can. I can kinda step through. so yeah. The research question is i think. There's two causal questions here so the first one is what's the rule ore way of. Assigning treatment that yields a highest expected outcome. So that's the causa question. What's the rule or algorithm uses Individual variables to assign the best treatment. Possible the second question is what would have outcomes look like had. Everyone gotten their optimal intervention. So that's in contrast to what would have outcomes look like had gotten the same treatment so that's the question the causal model in the case that i presented In our their assumptions that were making about the there. Have to be assumptions that we're making about the nature of treatments whether they're continuous versus discrete. Like totally postage is or whether the options were making. How does all that come into play. Yea completely comes into play and should be encoded in our model and so i think that perfectly segues into step two which is specifying cause of autumn which is the model in this case so the example is presented is randomized control trial setting. It's not observational. it's an experimental setting so in that case my model is that i have a set of co variance and those affect the outcome but those kobe rates do not affect the treatment which is dbt bt being cognitive based behavioral. Therapy negro therapy okay. Yeah so i have these words that may affect the outcome but those variants. I'm staying encoding because it's an experiment that they don't affect whether or not a person was given cvt because it's was randomly given and so the thing that does affect whether or not a person gets. Cbt is a of a coin because it was an experiment and then i'm also saying that c. Not versus treatment as usual may affect the outcome which is recidivism at one year. And so you can imagine this graph of as like a triangle but without an edge on one side so that the colbert's affect the outcome but doesn't affect the treatment yet or the intervention. Okay so that is my causal model. And so in that way. I'm encoding that the data were generating. This is what i know about the real world. The data were generated in this way. And so that might be Somewhere where you would make strong assumptions. If you actually know how the data were generated so for example. I know that was that was given the flippable coin with point five probability of getting cvt and so okay so yeah that's step to end man step three is to translate the research question into a causal parameter and so that the first question that i talked about was the question about the optimal rule. So what's the best way of treating an individual person with the treatment that they should get and so the causa parameter in that case is an indicator that the conditional average treatment effect is bigger than zero so the conditional average treatment effect is a causal parameter. Because it's a function of it has counterfactual outcomes in it. So specifically that's the average treatment outcome given something even kobe. It's given given kind of person got it. Yeah exactly so. It's expected expected outcome under treatment minus the expected outcome under control all conditional on kind of person on your co buryat distribution. And so we're going to define the optimal rule as indicator that that conditional average treatment effect is bigger than zero so in other words if my effect of thirty one year old woman with my profile and my treatment effect is bigger than zero than treat me. If not don't treat me and that's going to be the rule which is this causal parameter data so. That's that call perimeter. And then i talked about also another one which is the value of that rule. So what would have happened. Had everyone in the population gotten the optimal rule. What's the expected outcome under the optimal rule. So in that way you can see that. I took the first question and created to causal parameters out of those two questions and then step four is to specify what data are available and the link between the causal statistical model. And so what we often say is that so in this case this in this rc. T the i'm talking about. I can say that my data. Mike colbert treatment and outcome were generated by sampling. Seven hundred twenty ide- times independent identically distributed times from a distribution compatible with causal model that i described above seven hundred twenty because that's the sample that was used in the study. And in that in that step you know if you have dependence between people you might in code that assumption in there as well but in this case we're gonna assume that it's okay and you mentioned kind of a the verbal small-print compatibility between the assumptions and the model i'm sorry distribution and the model is that challenging to enforce and what degree does that limit choice of distributions or things like that. Yeah yeah well in this case. it's not very. We haven't made very strong assumptions. We haven't really said anything. It will only said how the variables are related to each other. We haven't said anything about the functional form like the outcome is a linear function of the kobe in the intervention. We haven't impose anything. So at this point i would say it's quite easy to make that link from the observed data the observe distribution to the counterfactual distribution. Because really the only thing we've imposed at this point is that relationship between the variables between no we observe two. That's how things actually happened. So i think that's kind of the beauty of this to the flexibility of this and also the ability to make things transparent like. Maybe you do know that. There is a linear relationship between the variables somewhere. But at this point where we have not said anything about that. Yeah great question. Yeah okay so then. The next step is to actually identify the cause parameters of function of the observed data distribution and the first so to get optimal rule we can identify the conditional average treatment effect as something that's called the whip function and i think the function got its name. Because so this back robbins. Jimmy robbins paper. I think the idea was kind of like a blip in the treatment effect for individual kind of person and so we can identify it. Let me actually let me back up for a second. So the assumptions that are needed to identify these two parameters are i the rams so no unmeasured compounders and positively assumption which says that for every kind of person in near kobe rates that there's a positive probability of getting treatment or cvt in this case because we're in the experimental setting we're in the ct setting those actually both hold by design and so we can assume those to be true and so now that we have kind of explicitly stated that observational setting. You can explicit we kind of make transparent what you don't think to be true. I think that's the beauty of the road. Map is that you can actually be transparent about where you think your subjects might not hold so then we can finally identified as the blip function the function being the outcome regression so the expected outcome given your treatment equals cvt and your co variants minus the expected outcome given treatment as usual and the co variants. And now if that's bigger than zero if that if the indicator of that is bigger than zero than treat that person if not don't treat that person so now we've identified it that as a function of what we can actually observe as opposed to counterfactual. Which is what we did in the third set at that makes sense. Yeah sounds like a fairly straightforward and coding. What you wanna see excessive impact exactly exactly. Yeah and then we can additionally identify the value of the rule as well in a similar way and then the next step is to estimate and a lot of my talk goes through that as well and so specifically to estimate the optimal rule. We use the super learner algorithm. Which is this ensemble machine. Learning method that takes into account different kinds of ways to estimate the optimal rule. There's been an explosion of methods in the literature of ways to estimate the individualized treatment roller optimal dynamic treatment. Rule also an explosion of different names for the same exact thing. What are some other names that we may have come across for similar ideas yet. Okay so optimal dynamic treatment rule optimal dynamic treatment regime individualized treatment rule regime personalized intervention. The list kind of goes off depending on your discipline. But yeah there's been an explosion of methods for basically algorithms that get at ways to personalize what people would interventions people should get mad so the super learner algorithm has this philosophy of well. Why there's so many great algorithms out there. Why not combine them in a smart way and the original super learner was actually came out of prediction and so the original super learner what it does aim to estimate the outcome regression really well so the expected outcome given some features in the same way kind of takes all of the amazing algorithms out there for pure prediction at and combines them using ensemble machine learning algorithm and specifically the super learner for the optimal rule. combines different optimal rule algorithms using three different ingredients so the first ingredient is your library. So what are the different algorithms that you might have in there. So you might have. Regression approaches that estimate the blimp. Or you might have outcome waited learning or residual awaited learning or. There's one called earl. There's lots of different ones out there. See you define kind of your That you might have optimal ruled so these algorithms that can take impatient co berries or people's co variants. Take spit out a treatment decision. You may also include in your library static rules meaning rules. That don't take into account individual characteristics at all so for example the rule give everyone cvt or give everyone treatment regardless of who you are and so in your library you can have whatever algorithms at your disposal that you may wanna have ranging from for example really simple linear parametric regressions to really aggressive flexible machine. Learning algorithms cannot diversity of these algorithms. The second step that you need is a meta learning step in so. That's basically the way that you combine your machine learning out your optimal rule algorithms and so you may combine them so for example. If your rules all estimate the blip function so book function is going to spit out a continuous number. You may just take a convex combination of all of your predictions and combine all of your albums that way But if your library has they all kind of output a decision rule you may take a majority vote or weighted majority vote of your algorithms. So that's step. Two is a way to combine all of your algorithms together and then the last step is that you need a loss function or risk function to choose the best way to combination or choose the best algorithm and so there's different options for that so if again if you have algorithms at all output of blick so which is going to be a continuous number you may use the mean squared error as your risk or you may use the value of the rule meaning the expected outcome of each of the candidates because in that way i mean that's ultimately what you're trying to maximize right is the mean outcome so you can make sense to use the mean outcome as the sort of way of evaluating each of the candidate algorithms and is there a methodology specified as part of superliner. Four if you've got Fear model library includes both these functions for example and classified. Here's for creating a launch in. That is appropriate that incorporates all of these different functions are like structuring. Your loss function or something. Yeah that's a great question. So i would say the only sort of way of choosing that is really for practical purposes is if your library has only so the way that is currently implemented right now is that you have to specify yourself and if you have a library with algorithms that only output a decision rule but you say that you wanna use a messy is just gonna throw an error. Won't let you do that. And so maybe another way to state. The question is practically speaking. Do you have to choose between a decision. Role and our predictor fava decision or a predictor of whatever. The number is number right. Yeah yeah good question okay. So that really depends on what you want out of it. So if you just want out of it a yes or no treat or not treat than you may with the library that includes the static rules the blip the ones that output a yes or no to treat notre it might be of interest to actually see what the estimate the distribution of the estimated blip. Looks like and so in that case you would restrict your library to algorithms that estimate the blip and so yeah you would only want in your library to algorithms. That would let you do that. Because it is informative to see that the distribution of the conditional average treatment effect for your sample gun. Yeah so those are the three things that you and your super now. Also just want to mention that. The methods of the theory in the methods were developed also at berkeley by mark. Mandolin and alex. Lewke manet really were the ones who Of paved the way for the theory and the methods for doing this optimal rule superliner kind of yet very very groundbreaking method. I would say and so the super learner the models that you're working with they're not like crazy train models you have to train your super superliner right. And how was that done a so. Yes so through. A great question through cross validation. So yeah all of this is within the cross validation scheme and so for you training on thinking like in the strictly causal formulation of this problem you don't have experimental. Our observational data. Is that created through simulation. Or you training your model based on observed data later or i guess i'm thinking of it as like a supervised learning kind of problem where you have like an observation label observation output. Your training is like correlating. The two essentially or training based on the two in that may not be the case. Here yes so. It's super hot. It is supervised learning in the sense. That you so it's interesting because you're basically trying to find the rule that maximizes the outcome that so you're trying to find the candidate rule that maximizes the expected outcome. And so how you do it. Is that you through across the nation scheme as you on the training set you fit a candidate rule. And on the validation set you look at the value of the rule and see how well it performs that candidate rule on that allegation set using either of the loss functions. That i mentioned that new circle around. Yeah questions lamey. Word is the training set. Come from oh okay. So the way that we've done it so far is just the the sample that we have at hand in just simple splitting okay so earlier. When you mentioned that you kind of emphasized this is not observational. I took that to me. You didn't have actual outcomes but you do actually have that but you in that early in your causal formulation of the the problem is that. Yeah so what i meant by. It's not observational. Is that it's so this is again like terminologies like very epidemiology sort of public health or by trading is so observational in the sense that it's not experimental data in that the treatment was that the treatment was randomized. In this case it wasn't like we just collected the data Right without yeah like you do observe an actual enter the application of the intervention and outcome. And all that stuff you have that data yes yes. It's just the study design. I know like yeah. This is just like a terminology thing. Exactly why we need to have these conversations because it's odd jerusalem would be there just some people. I got them and i'm looking at what happened. As opposed design and experiment with eggs control trials. I'm okay got it exactly exactly. Yeah it's it's not that people just got cpt. And i have no idea or have some sense of how they got it. But it wasn't like randomly assigned people to get senior sense. So you've got this Step six is. You've got this model. Yeah trainers motto using superliner do understand the relationship between your directed graph from step two and your model in step six. Yeah okay so. I can the model in step to allowed us to pair. Yeah that model with the question that we actually wanted to ask the optimal rule question and say that okay. In fact we can estimate like if when we're estimating it it's a valid. I got estimate optimal rule. Yeah the models another name the model instead of two is like about problem formulation and understanding the problem and our relationships and then the model in step six is a machine learning model that does prediction estimation that things that we usually think of contra saddles. Yeah yeah so model. How i use it as it's a collection of distributions and so in that step in that step to when i talk about causal model. It's kind of like formalizing the relationship between the different variables of not imposing any of distributional assumptions on those variables. And then step six which is to estimate its to take all of these. Optimal dynamic treatment rule algorithms that are within these models that i talked about before to actually say okay. We can get valid estimates of the optimal dynamic treatment rule and even further. We can evaluate the rule. So get the expected outcome under Everyone received the optimal rule. And we can do that in different ways so what are thought of as the standard causal estimators so things like the g computation formula inverse probability treatment waiting a targeted maximum likelihood estimation so those are all sort of ways of estimating this expected outcome under the optimal rule or the value of the optimal role. Okay and that's separate from your original estimator that we talked about the super learner. Yes yes yeah. One relates to kind of this first question like what is persons optimal treatment and the other. How do we measure. The average expected outcome if everyone got their optimal treatment. Yeah yeah and that is key. Because i think it's like the thing it's what's most clinically-relevant most policy relevant is the value of that optimal rule. Like is it in fact better to give people. Cpt in more individualized way our average outcomes better under this individualized way of giving interventions. That might be more costly to administer or might be costly to get these variables or might be more complicated to kind of give people treatment in a more individualized way versus a non-individualised way which is simply give everyone cvt or give doan cvt and so we can. Let's part of the in this estimation step sort of make those contrast between the expected outcome under this individualized rule minus for example expected outcome. Had we given everyone cvt for example in that way we can see kind of the added value of giving treatment and an individualized way right gets us to step seven. Which is your evaluation of your model. Yeah exactly so interpretation of what does this actually means. That's something that you might infer okay. Giving more individualized way might be significantly more effective than not giving cvt in individualized way meaning that some people benefit more from cvt versus treatment as usual. Just i think important interesting former policy clinical perspective and is that ultimately what you found. Yes so good question. Let me just say that with a big big big disclaimer. That what i presented at the conference was with half of the sample size. I don't wanna make any sweeping conclusions. Conclusion definitive conclusions at all but really. Interestingly what we saw was that the optimal rule said that people with high substance use levels should get treatment as usual people with low substance. Use levels should get cognitive behavioral therapy. So that's what the rule said that said when we did this contrast when we said okay what if we had applied this rule and looked at the expected outcomes. There doesn't seem to be a significant difference of doing this individualized way of giving cbt versus for example. Giving everyone cvt or giving no-one cvt that might be that there's an absence of treatment effects heterogeneity. It might be that were underpowered. Still that we don't have the entire sample size but yet at the moment we don't see any significant differences between the three groups young and it could be the cbt e. Could only help in a dozen hurt you know for these folks are are long day. It's not going to help them but it's not yet artem. And so the average outcomes going to be the same. That's right that's right. Yeah there's no right it's not it doesn't really in other words. One another way to say is that the conditional average treatment effect for that kind of person is close to zero that the effect for that kind of person is actually. It's not huge right. And it seems like A next step you could go with. This research. direction is to try to incorporate the notion of fix resource in terms of costs. Cbc cvt gonna cost for those people that apply to. You've got some fixed budget. It's like you could have greater overall outcomes given a fix constraint if you gave cpt to those people who actually benefited from it from another. That might be a way. This is just me testing together. Absolutely i love that question. That's that's totally. One of the next steps is asking the question. What if we had a finite amount of resources. Let's say for example. Only sixty percent of the population can get cvt just because we don't have we can't give cvt to everyone there's workout they're also alex lewd mark vanilla who developed this resource constrained optimal rule method that further says with this constraint of sixty percent can only get cvt who should be getting cvt out of the sixty percents are basically. Get the people who are going to benefit the most from cvt and allocate cvt for them and so with that constraint of only the cap is sixty percent of the people can get cvt. The optimal dynamic treatment role is somebody like a fundamentally causal rule or is it a rule that sometime applied in on a non causal setting. And you part of what you've done here is apply to causal setting. Yeah that's a good question. So i would say that. It's causal in the sense of that and i i guess what i mean by that. Is it a rule that is typically applied and was developed in the context of all of the tooling and machinery and methodologies. Of 'cause all and free or visit it could be applied using some other type of satistics but it can also be applied causley and it has all these benefits that come from the causal approach. Yeah yeah i think for one to actually interpreted as we wanted interpreted as an individualized treatment like the true interpretation of what we want from this as the optimal way to give treatment. It is fundamentally a causal parameter and for us to actually get at what we want what we actually want which is this causal parameter. It's important that we think about the assumptions for getting the rule. And that's i think it is fundamentally 'cause abramovich if those assumptions aren't examine that it could lead to bias and not really a Interpreting it as what. It actually isn't a future directions in terms of your research on this. Yeah in terms of my research on the so exactly what. You mentioned the resource constraints to see. A certain percent of the population was allowed to get. What would expected outcomes. Look like of course. We want to do this on the entire sample. I think we're almost wrapped up data collection. Which is very exciting. Also been implementing the certain method on a smart trial. So that's a sequential. Multiple assignment randomized trial that wrapped up in kenya and that was looking to see different kinds of interventions for people to stay in hiv care in rural kenya and so the design of smart is quite interesting so basically people were initially randomized to get a low intensity intervention to stay in treatment so for example sms messages as standard of care or voucher. So that was at the beginning randomized to one of those three treatments. If a person missed a visit in their first year of care they were really randomized to a more intensive treatment so sms plus voucher or appear navigator or more tense of standard of care. If a person stayed in care in the first year then they were randomized to either stay on their initial treatment. Their initial low intensity treatment or not. Stay on their initial low-intensity treatment and so smart design is really awesome because bydesign. You're allowed to answer these sequential optimal dynamic treatment rules so by design. You kind of have the causal assumptions baked in there to be able to get at a sequential optimal dynamic treatment rule meaning. What's the best way to assign this initial intervention in secondary intervention in the most optimal way to for example maximize people's timing care and not have people drop out of their hiv. Care and going back to step to r causality called roadmap are you applying the optimal decision optimal dynamic treatment role. Yeah each of these steps similarly do you have a larger more expressive graph that you formulate around this problem that so you're kind of solving all of the steps at once. Okay awesome question so so within this smart design we can ask actually all different kinds of optimal rule questions. We may ask the question. What's the best way to assign that initial intervention. We could ask the question. The best way to assign the secondary intervention among people who are lost to follow up. We could do it among people who actually stating care. What's the best way to give or take away that initial intervention. So there's those kind of like point treatment optimal rule questions that we can ask so in. That case is three would have kind of a simple model of just those three variables that i talked about at the beginning. If we were to look at in sequential optimal rule if now our causal question is what's the best way to give the primary secondary intervention in sequence then our causal model is going to be something is very complex it's gonna have co vary at the beginning time varying cobaria it's it's gonna have to different interventions it's going to have an indicator of loss to follow up it's going to have an outcome right and then all of the arrows either going into each other or not but so yeah again like totally depends on whatever questioner asking. Are you asking about. Just one time void. Or are you asking about the sequential intervention. And that's going to inform what kind of step to what kind of model you're gonna have awesome awesome polina. Thanks so much for taking the time to share with us a bit about what. You're up to very fascinating stuff than appreciated. Thank you so much for having me. Yeah thanks so right thank you. Bye-bye are everyone. That's our show for today to learn more about today's guest or the topics mentioned in this interview visit tuomo. Ai dot com. Of course if you like what you hear on the podcast please subscribe rate and review the show on your favorite podcasts. Thanks so much for listening and catch you next time.
#312 - Bobby and Eddie on Famous Musicians That Actually Discovered Other Musicians + Laci Kaye Booth on American Idol, Signing Her First Record Deal + Releasing Debut Project
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Burroughs who still with me and still performs the raging idiots. But i mean he does that because we ask him to come play piano. He doesn't do that because he needs to work but he was one favorites zika booth one of my favorites. But i'll play music and a little bit but you'll you'll love hearing from her. Okay let's check out the new music this week number five. Cain brown as a new song called one mississippi. Here's a clinton dave anderson east. Has a new album called. Maybe we never die. I'm a big anderson east fan. It's good to hear music from him. Here's a new song called hood of my car. What your space. agey anderson. tom. I mean in the past. It's been acoustic rough gritty. He's got he's got to do. Yeah maggie rose has a new album out called seat. Here's a new song called. Are we there yet. Ask maggie so good you got to check out. Her new album seat keith. Urban has a new song called a wild hearts. Here's a clip of that. Goes out to just lag man and runaway june. They new ep. Call back story so runaway. June's ep and here's a new song called forgot about that albums out. Martina has a greatest hits album. Lord is putting out solar power. Struggle simpson has a new album out called the ballad of dodd and juanita or is it dude. Dude right spells weird. Yeah yeah the ballot of due to juanita all good. Things are hoping he'll switch foot as well today. How about that. Remember switch foot you to move. I do move jammed back. We were meant to live we we last couple of days eddie. Now we're gonna talk in a second about artists who discovered other artists and hear from lacey k. Booth pretty cool. Thank you guys for hanging out. There was a really cool article about popular musicians who were discovered by other popular musicians. And so i'll give you the person see if you can identify who discovered them. Some of these. You may know who discovered travis scott. Who's travis scott okay. That'd be a tough one freddie. Ti ti. her. Travis scott song lights love sick and decided to meet with them freestyle to sign with. Ti's label scott's basically the megani three biggest hip hop artists. right now. yeah yeah right. say top. Three twenty five astro astro world. Huge album jamie foxx helped ed sheeran starts career sharing to fox's radio show in los angeles and jamie fox fan of music. Any allow sharing a crash on his couch for six weeks. Wow he also gets into a large open mic night. Where he got a standing ovation. That's crazy how do you think someone like that. You don't you help other people. Okay you carry it on. That's how you e- constantly like thank you. But you help other pete man. That's how who discovered. Nikki manashe nicki minaj would probably be. Yeah what's her name low ended. Oh not what's hernia. Low discovered nicki minaj. One direction discovered five seconds a summer on youtube. I struggle with that one. Because you really wouldn't think you thank you for sparing me on know about five sauce seconds of summer. Yeah i've said what about charlie pu. Who discovered him. Okay okay charlie booth. I'm only one call away. let's go with Harry styles ellen. Really ellen discover charlie peut on youtube and then signed to her label. He later moved to atlantic records. And then it's been a long that one or two point See there it is. That's a big one. It's good i guess. I do like a lot of his songs. Charlie booth. yeah scooter. Brian discover justin bieber. But uh sure is the one who made his protege really fall out. Boy discovered panic at the disco who discovered eminem jay z. Do you know the story kid. Rock eminem was on a radio show. Mike can fact. Check me on this going from memory here mean it was on a radio show Free styling in doctor dr drey. Oh that's right that's right. I remember them doing that. My name is there's another story. An interscope records in turn saw imminent performance the rap olympics in the past the cd. Long jimmy jim you levin who played dr dre blah blah blah. This story i heard is not that one. Okay that's that's probably the real one ever heard the one of the radio. No thought he discovered the tape and then he went back and found him from that. Maybe maybe the one i saw in. Oh yeah ninety. Seven eminem appeared on radio show called the wake up show. Dr dre heard him freestyle and see. There are two stories out. That's the one that i knew but that one could be fake because that's a better one. Have you ever interview eminem. No nobody had a friend who did talk. show what. the once. Akiva friend's name out of this and he goes. Yeah i did talk. Show was the musical guest. And he's a real dick really. That's a good. Because i expect him to be. You want him to be. Yeah i was like. I don't need them being. You know the person he doesn't portray you don't want to be like. Oh hi hi. My name is marshall marshall. Yeah he wasn't mean he just by. You just want to talk to anybody number. Two who discover lady gaga. Oh bradley cooper on already. And then drake discovered the weekend talking with a friend yesterday and he goes. Hey are you a fan of the weekend And i said no he said do you not like him. I said no. Don't care either way. Well his songs come on. And i'm like i like that song. I don't know anybody who just goes. I love the week. You can't get enough of the weekend People like the weekend when it's music plays but when the weekend puts out new music or you got to hear the weekend no no but usually when he puts out new music and it's on the radio i know it's the weekend great. That's kind of cool. Yes what he does is awesome. But i'm just not a fan. Nor do i know people who are like. He's our top three artists and probably want like i think as time goes on and you start looking at like who played the super bowl. He's gonna stick out. I think later on in life. We're just like who. is that. like what who. Maybe i don't know he has so many hits. Everyone's legends legends legends legends. And then the weekend snuck in there he has so many hits his streaming numbers are razi. Okay there you go. We're gonna talk to booth coming up in just a second some things you love to do. Maybe returning to normal like going to shows maybe a movie but one thing that can still be a bit of a hassle. Even if it's normal is going to the post office but with stamps dot com. You can skip trips to the post office and save on postage stamps. Dot com can save you a trip to the post office. Because you can mail anytime anywhere right from your computer. Send letters shift packages and pay less a lot less with discounted rates from usps and ups. Here at the bobby brown show. We like simple and easy. That's why we use stamps. Dot com to send down prizes in mail because it could not be easier. They make it easy for all small businesses to ship. 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I was like heard of her newer before you newer and so he was like oh man in. Dan doesn't often. I never asked me to play anything but he will go. Hey this person's like special and he doesn't say that very often and he did message me and say yeah. There's something different about this. Oh my god and he's like how do you know her. I was like well. How long are we on idol. Together tearce was itunes twenty nineteen so however long i was like she was like one of the only people ever just wanted to win. Never be like all right. Here's what you need to do. Just move forward outta great this so well. Let's let's rewind a little bit. And i'll act like i know nothing about you. Okay okay so you grew up in texas. I didn't how long have you been here in nashville. Now i moved set timber after twenty nineteen after. I was an idol so two years almost two years. So you've lived here for two years and a lot of that was the cova time though. What did you do while living here. Because he didn't really have any any sort of routes yet. When you were here and you know the good thing and moved to nashville as you meet a lot of people. Quick that that wasn't able to happen for you. Not really i met a lot of people will virtually so i when i first moved here i got into a lot of good rooms with writers and My first experience ever coat riding and It was amazing. I robot myself my whole life so just go riding With different people. And then during the pandemic virtually i got to have a lot of co-writes i wrote over three hundred songs in the pandemic. Did you write with humans before cove where you hear a little bit before. Covert a little bit So you did some of that. I did yeah I remember talking. Maybe it was your mom. I was with you and your mom we were and did they move with you. Know they going to. Though when i was was that and i was like no. I remember telling your mom that was like i. We're going to move. I'm like no you go by yourself. It was the best thing. It really has been the best thing i. I've grown up a lot. So what happens. You move here after american idol which i believe were top five. What number where you do you remember. Because it doesn't matter what's the show's over to the matter of your one to four or five. It matters what you do after that you leave you go home to texas for a minute for a minute and did you know your moved to nashville. No i didn't. I knew i wanted to go and talk with some labels and and ride a little bit and so i came here for about two weeks and And had you know a state in a little temporary apartment. And then realize i love copywriting. And i love nashville. So i came here for it was supposed to be just three months in another temporary apartment and And then i was like no moving here. So you said you love co-writes because i'm assuming like most people you just wrote songs by yourself as a young kid. When did you start to play music at all. And when when did you pick up a guitar writing songs. Nine years old and who puts on your hand or how do you even become exposed to one. Oh my dad he was. He's a texas music artist so he I've been around guitars and banjos and all kinds of stuff my whole life so i. He taught me my first three chords and then at nine years old. I i got a little baby Avenues and asserted display in google in. What cords were i remember. That was part of the story line. That was on you as like her. Dad's a texas country artist and And you would play shows with him. Some right would yes were you were you and your dad's super close or was he gonna lot. He was gone a lot throughout my whole childhood. And then around fifteen fourteen fifteen. He took me to arkansas to To record some music and recorded four songs than we got really close and We stay pretty close throughout that time when open for him in a bunch of shows and played little tar balls with them. That's pretty cool. Is he teaching you is. You're on the road where you kinda taken lessons from him as well about being an artist or at least watching kind of what happens if hard actually is exactly as you noticed that when you're a teenager like not like on tv were lying on your own jet. Yeah i mean it's it's a hard life to tour and you would see this with your dad. Oh yeah didn't he wanted you to do that. You know him and my mom answer that all told me get a degree. I get it so i always in college when i try out for american idol of thirty hours away from a bachelor's degree i remember you not being there being so close to it sell close and you went on. Now you're not. You're you're thirty still thirty credit and normally a lot more now she can go back and get that anytime. You really can't go back and get that anytime you you know a window for you. It's really opening up So what was the conversation like with your parents that. Hey i wanna move to nashville without you. My mom cried and cried she she. She knew that. I wanted to get there eventually. But she thought she would have me home for a couple of months in those three months that i came here and stayed in the temporary apartment. I was like i'm going to get like a apartment for a year and i just never went home. I just moved in. Did you feel like when you got to nashville. And you started to be around other artists that were making a career out of this. I mean everybody's good here so good everybody so that you move here and you're either so intimidated or you're so inspired because you go. I can be that good. Where did it fall with you. I think it was the inspired because people you know i been very social my whole life. moving here as made me you know more extroverted than i've ever been but people have welcomed me with open arms here like so many people really really incredibly talented people. Just super supportive and i'm just inspired by everybody here. When you get here do you start to go to these little small songwriter nights and playing or trying to do the happen at all. Do i I got to go to bluebird my very first so around so that was just like super intimidating. Did you play in the round. Where you sit in the middle Yeah then a circle is pretty tough. I mean the people are sitting right on you there. Oh yeah it was a. I was so nervous but were you more nervous that or performing in front of like six million people on tv. I think elvis more more nervous at that. Does that small more small group of people watching your every move and then playing original songs for me has always been like do okay. Playing original songs are those all the songs. Replace some of the stuff from from your record here. Is this all stuff that you've written since you came to nashville. Do you find that a lot of the stuff that you're wrote before you got here wasn't as a solid you thought it was once you started to hundred percent. I want to hear a little bit of use to you. This is capable no to too so when you make this record does your label try to go and take all the other stuff down. Was there that effort where like music or is still up. It's still a. Oh yeah do you like it still being up now. have you thought. Well you know the songs no. I have recorded that it rosewood studios in texas and they did a really great job. The the songs. I'm just kinda like so you'll like heartbreaker like that production. Yeah but you can hear how you've graduated in songwriting and vocals too. Yeah what's it like to go in front of these record guys like you scour shedder like did you to go play in front of these guys or do they just know what you sounded like. And they're like okay. We like you. I had to go play for him. And mrs early funny story because i went over jimmy harman's house which is the president while able along scholar and Jimmy actually was having christmas with dan. Huff A christmas party and dan showed him a song. Mine and that how the hoop happened and I went over. Jimmy's house and it was a whole radio team. The whole team scott sitting in brennan me and He looked at me. I was playing a song that was already really high for my but my voice and he looked at me. He said capable up. Okay if i gave up saying it in a higher key and he said cable again did it. I don't know how. I hit those notes but i was like. Oh was that one of those experiences. All right we're gonna sign you to deal right then or they like. Hey that's great then you go about your life and they call you back later and say we'd like day signed me on the spot which was very surprising in. They said they never do that. But yeah. I cried right in front all. So what did they tell you that meant to you like i know what it means to you but when someone has signed you on the spot like what's different about your life in what's different about your musical journey from that day on. I don't know it just felt really. Surreal at the moment and i. I couldn't believe it but it also felt like home. And i felt like everything changed. Your really did do they. Start to match you with a better songwriters. Or put in different rooms or producers or dan like what what how what happened that when they signed you. You're like oh this now feels different. Well when they signed me. It was january of twenty twenty and then all of a sudden the payment. Yeah so it was like it didn't really feel different. But i mean i got in rooms with you. Know hillary lindsey oprah joel room. So i felt like you know. I started getting in rooms with incredible songwriters. Yes but when you got here in is pre pandemic now did you get. How did you get cool rights. Who's working for you Red light right. So yeah co-manager autumn house from red light. So they're they're working. They're finding your rooms. Did you find these. How welcoming were they to a girl who just moved here from texas. Who just came off american idol. Did you feel like they were kind of open arms with you. Oh my gosh yes. And i couldn't believe like one of my first rights is with nathan chapman and emily landis and i walked in and nathan has you know. His grammys on his piano edged. Think that's the coolest thing it was really surreal but they they really welcome youth open arms and that song we wrote that first week i was here was hard texas. Which was the northstar of this whole project. Play some heart of texas. This is actually the last track on the album right on the eighth tastes service When you say that was the north star of the project what do you mean. When i wrote it i had they were like what's your style of music. Like what john rao. Are you an in country and i just bought it out dreaming entry. A totally made that up but you know they have dream pop stuff and so i thought that was a pretty good idea of who i was an artist and I just wanted this whole project to feel very dreamy country. 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Now people look at you find any way possible to make any connection with people build a platform and then if you're good come to town. We'll make even better right. I feel that way with a lot of people like chase just on the show. I was telling him sending. I'm telling you you have to move town like you may think that you're gonna do what you're doing but the bat that good and bad about iowa's bad as once you're off it goes away. Nobody gives grand more. But that's also good because you're not pigeonholed as the idol person and you'll have to do interviews for a bit people will ask you your first time around. They're gonna ask about american idol. And you're gonna kinda grit your teeth and be like i really wouldn't want to talk about american idol. But you'll do it the second time. He ought to be thing anymore right. And that's especially if you're good and you're really good and i always knew you're really good always. Are you know. It wasn't a lot of people that i genuinely care about. But i remember you know you. Did you help out a lot. You built my confidence and a lot of ways. Somebody might corner somebody who didn't know how good they were yet. And i remember telling you that like you're so good you have no idea how good you are. Thank you and. I didn't think he would win. Because of the people vote on that show and who votes lane one lane one lane. Good looking dude and you know the people that are voting on that show there mostly looking for a young look and do think we knew that but you came off a so proud you move here and i was checking up on you know watching videos you were doing. I see him from rachel. Rachel was because i you know. I'm a red light to. Did you know that dead. So i was keeping up with you and then i saw you started to kind of make music and i listen to it and i'll listen anybody's music. I never want to be. I never wanna like be the person that is giving people advice. I don't want to be advice. Guy in museu. But i'm really proud that you're here and i think you're gonna do just awesome things and i saw you. Were doing a radio tour last week. I i'm still doing radio toward virtually you are. That's how you know. How are you gonna. Do you gonna drive around and see people eventually. I hope so. Yeah it was supposed to be like that but with you know cover cases going up when they start to spend money on you know they believe in you in this town right because i mean they could spend money in many different ways but when they spend an artist and you have a team that will stab somebody to make to get hit. They will run someone over the car. If i were standing way of some song doings and they would run me over both abortion would would shoot me with a jed but so all that said like do you feel like now you feel mature enough and your songwriting singing to actually go out and do this thing on a major level. Yeah i do and it feels really weird saying that. But i i just feel really grateful i feel like everything has fallen into my lap in place and and i don't really know how but i'm just. I'm very very lucky and thankful. Were you good as a kid like what you're doing like seven year old. I guess you did it at nine but you know. I think really nasal early like they're my nose really bad and so i didn't really discover my voice and i knew i couldn't spell like carrie underwood or martina mcbride and i thought that made me like suck as an artist but vocalist and but after discovering nor nor jones and saving exa. I feel like if you're twelve or thirteen. You're singing like you are known as the kid that likes to musings. Yes yes. I was a kid that saint crazy fat decline. Yes if you're if you're doing karaoke and they crazy would you gotta sing it yet. You still seeing that in a show or now. I don't i haven't seen it in years or you playing shows right now I'm doing riders. Rounds when i can When is she going out. Rachel i hope soon. Maybe this fall. I everything yeah. That's that's exciting. Don't say don't say anything do you have. Is it with somebody you're pretty pumped about. Tell me after we don't say here. Okay that's pretty cool. I'm excited i hope. So so. okay. What's what's the goal for this year. Like before december thirty first twenty twenty one. What do you. What do you kinda hope as happened. I hope that my song goes on radio and and does good. You know what is the single as treasure. Okay let me let me play some treasure here Talking about great songwriters wrote this. With jessie jo. Dillon jimmy robbins and lawrenceville. Yeah when you get in a room like that. Is there any sort of intimidation when you first walk in a hundred percent. I knew all of them before but dino's walk in all three of them together. Yeah it was really intimidating. But they're such great people and so talented. That i just trust that it's nicoli will do you tell them. I'm pretty intimidated by this room. No deal you walk in with all the with the idea the big idea and okay i got the idea or do you. Kind of follow leads. It's it's always different sometimes. Have an idea that. I just really want to write that day. But the day i wrote treasurer laura looked at me and said we were playing around with the saying woman stretches into the men's men's treasury and she said would you call yourself trash in a song here is on the fence. Track number bad occurred studios changed about. Has your mom been out here yet. c- comes out. You know she tries to come out every couple months and what what does she think about it now. Now that we're you know a year year and a half later she's just still in all it all. See the We talk every day. And she's just she's really proud and she still cries about it. Still wanna move here if he said mom i'd like to move your which he I feel like she has so much family in our hometown. That you know. She's the caretaker of everybody. She loves to take care of people. So i feel like She's there for a while but my brother is actually moving here next week to go to belmont now. Was that the same decision he would have made before you came here. I don't know. I don't know but you know he wants to go to law school and they have a good three and three program. He's excited. I don't know what three three means just six years and you're done with law school. Oh got him i tell. Are you guys gonna live together. He's moving in with me. I got a three bedroom house that i just gotten. So he's gonna stay upstairs. Pretty cool excited about that i am. I'm excited. we're seven years apart. So i feel like we didn't really get to be that close as kids. Your seven years apart He's a lot younger than you. You have to be the big sister. Then that's yeah. I don't know whether it'd be cool. Sister or the strictest jim b. both as long i don't know the strikes the word but you can be the sister that makes him have to be responsible right. Wow you're gonna. You're seven years older than him. You have to watch this town. Have you been out. Have you been going out at all like at night. Like to get in trouble here. Yeah and clinton quickly. Oh my fair share broadway. You have to a little bit. What is your hometown. Think about this when they when you go on idol and now you're you're going to be a big star. Wh what do they think. what are they doing. they're very proud. You know i. I went home. I think for a little bit during idle and there was. You know my face on every sign and it was just really cool. But they're still really really supportive. And you know i'll get on facebook and i'll see their sharon mom music and it's really cool teen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more. Is that shakespeare gyco that shakespeare from one of his unpublished works would be not for awakening given the batteries for fifteen minutes. Could save you fifteen percent or more. No it's from geico. Because they help save people money. I hate to break it to you but geico got it from shakespeare gyco fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more everyone al roker here as a guy with his own catchphrase. I appreciate that smokey's only said only you can prevent wildfires but i'm villainy because there's a lot more to report like when they're parched or windy conditions out there you've got to be extra careful with things like burning yard waste after all wildfires can start anywhere even in your neck of the woods to smokeybear dot com to learn more about wildfire prevention. Brought to you by the us forest service your state forester and the ad council. Well let's k. booth. I'm super proud of you. Thank you thank you for having me on here. It's it's an honor. No we tried to have your last week. But you're busy radio toward big shot. That's a great problem to have. I was like hey mike. let's get lacey. And he was like all right. It's like well. She has radio at this time. And this at this time. And i was like dang but good for her too busy. How's your voice that you feel like i feel like it's it's good. How are you have retrain yourself to sing in certain ways. Because you're singing so much yes yes one hundred percent. I feel like I feel like. I've worked on it a lot to meaning you you practice with someone. You have a vocal. No but i just remember what nick. Tommy which is my vogel coach. Yeah what is humming this warming up and he said i should swim which i haven't been woman but what do swimming do for what i think. I have. Problems like breathing melons. So i think swimming helps build that muscle or whatever so you have these eight songs little more before you go play me. Shuffle with israel. No your nah chef. Wrote all these songs. Which with a new artist isn't often the case because it's just hey let's try to grab the best as we possibly can and then we'll write. How important was it to you to right by the way all the songs are great other artists would cut these. If you weren't cutting them Was it important to you to write all the songs. Once i moved to nashville and got the hang of co riding. It became real. I became obsessed with it. And so yeah at that point. After i wrote harder texas. I think i was like. Oh all right all the songs and i did do. I went to the pitch meetings and got pitched a bunch of amazing songs. But i think yeah. I just wanted i knew i wanted to write off them. The one youtuber. Charles kelley just goes together. So how how does that right happened He is signed to big machine. That i think that helps in Who did somebody show music. So was that on personnel. Rachel that was on purpose. It was after it was like. Hey charles right with her more her. Was it right with her. For her as a duet. Did you guys get in the room and write this song as he didn't but he hawked like right after we wrote it he hopped on because we were demoing it in His vocals. I was just like you had to do that. In actual recording in you know turn up this vocals because he's just so talented. Isn't it crazy. How good people really are your. I know we talked about at the beginning. But sane i. I will go places or even on american idol or from touring and like you gotta hear this and i just wanna shake 'em and go you have to go to nashville and hear what what how people sound at a bar right. Because if they're so good that even great people are struggling to find work because everybody is so good right. It's like the major lockdown broadway. And then when charles kelly sings or carey or it just feels like they're it's like aliens. Yeah there's a bunch of listeners. Here there's a bunch of a list alien sings okay. Listen you guys go follow late. So what what are you having people call you now. Are you having to call you. Lacey lacey. he can. I always did. But i know what you're now you're being famous. I don't know what you're famous rules are here. You just lacy some people coming me k. 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#304 The Most Iconic Songs According to Science! (With Eddie) + Ashley Cooke on Turning Going Viral on TikTok into A Career + The Biztape: The Shape of The Touring Business
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Details really lousy li like that last of my ear holes out well episode three or four the most iconic vote every another. Let's all this let people know how hard it is this job. It is hard. I turn my volume down or you're good. It's so how lon- years eddie not sounds great to me. The most iconic songs according to science at talk about that actually cook ongoing tick talk viral on accident and a clip from the biz tape. Podcast i really liked. And the shape of touring the touring business. They will subscribe to the podcast after. You hear this clip just a really good one all right new music top five which eneti rarely sits in for this but we are in the same room so i thought why not come on. Thank you ma'am right here. Why not not allowing music out this week because fourth of july right. What does that mean well. During holidays people usually don't put out new music. Typically on those weekends see. I would think like we're going into a big weekend. They probably want some fresh music to take the lake. That i guess that's not the way the record biz works not really. I am someone who though. I believe that you should put music on a tuesday or any day of the week right. Well because then you're not in that mix of oh crap we got seventy four the releases. Have we done that. Yeah every time. Data released music well so smart and like netflix does like their drops on fridays. They do friday. I saw disney pluses wednesdays. That's why our data breaking my got moved because we were going to be that friday and then they moved it to that next wednesday. They're like we're not. we're not dumb. We'll put down in different days so we're not in the mix so i'm a big believer in but used to happen on on a tuesday. So they counted record sales. Just that was tuesday dick and then it was a friday doing the same thing but now nobody. There's no counting really okay unless you're trying to win a a award for the week you budget song out when nobody else's yeah that's why i work in the record business which. I don't probably not knowing things right now number. Five jason is bill in the four hundred unit. Put out sad but true from the metallica album. Which owner noon no. That's that's interesting. Oh yeah this sabah. True is sad but true. This is the original true jam. Dude here is jason is. I hope it's a little. W got an elvis black and white interest in five to it. I like it i mean. I don't think people realize how hard it is to take a song. That already has its shape. Like metallica savedra. And then nick making it into something completely different. That's really. it's not that easy. How would it in polk right up. natalie him be has a new song called heroes blanco released their honky-tonk hippies ep. Here's the title track to that riley. Greenlee seven ep called behind the bar. It has his current single. If it wasn't for trucks to men fancies feed cans where he's got an interesting take on songs because he had that song to like what grandpa's never died. Yes he always wanted wish grandpa. he's always wants to know what if in grew probably a deep thinker. Plants weren't green because he doesn't look like a deep thinker. Dumb jock sky was blois. What is what is in here. Is the title track behind bar between the jazz in cars. Where the jason for small screens. Where johnny cash released sort of. He's not his people. I'm going to memphis is from a never heard. Johnny cash live album. I'd happened at the carousel ballroom. April twenty four thousand nine hundred sixty eight and here we go cargo but it must be modified. I couldn't get tennessee with mississippi. All ma-ma pretty good sounds really good. Pretty i was watching this documentary on netflix about Tenure tucker and brandi carlile was talking about her. She was like tucker. Kinda does doesn't get the claim. She deserves because she had some trouble in her life. Drugs scandal and she's like but look at johnny cash went to jail is like celebrated for being with junie. Cheated yeah i mean she nailed it and i love. Don't give it on. I love johnny cash. Arkansas guy loved him as a kid. Only because he was in arkansas guy now i love them for different reasons but yeah johnny cash wasn't always great. Dude she's right. I mean you can do that. With a lot of the legends chuck berry's elvis presley's i mean guys live crazy lives man. You like that episode. Oh did you want you. Yeah yeah those great pretty good. Listen i've often fought the story of if anyone ever says let any country they're just not educated because it talks about bob wills and texas playboys that he was told that was pitcher because he took up a fiddle. Song put a ban behind him and pop started playing it in the country. So it went dots. curious dolly Puerto wagner was like a dollar one dollars at pop. She not do. She's not out of here every ingo through all of them garth they talked about. How the outlaw movement. They're just made that up to market some usa. They were like we to sell records ever. Nobody was doing outlaw stuff. Willie nelson's doing the same stuff. He was doing nobody liked them. They're like this is a nerdy guy so interesting and we just said they put it on record like three three three or four. Pm basically he just grew out his hair. And then you have the people fighting for like need our music back guys. You're basically got the valentine's card they just created something enfold you a few years before that willie's wearing a turtleneck with like clean cut here. Willie nelson did a standards album. Yeah so whenever honestly made me talking to you. You're not going to get a bigger history of country music. Fan them myself but whenever somebody goes to that ain't country they're an idiot there an idiot it may not be country as to what they defined in their mind but they've only defined on their mind based on what people have told them but the history of country music is everybody pushing those boundaries in all directions. You tell me dolly parton. And that's what she went through. Yeah that's crazy. Garth went through. That's what insert anybody who did something. A little bit. Different did did the first time the electric guitar. The drums were banned from the grand ole opry and the first time someone used the drums at the opry. They were like we're not doing. This is not country music. The first time. They put a amp on a pedal steel. They were like what are you doing. This is not country music. Electric guitar while was not so drums pedal steel electric guitar. Bob wills deli go down the list. What's this netflix. This is it's one episode of this policy it sucks. They asked me to do that episode. Oh and i couldn't do it. I'll really get yeah. You would have been perfect for that. I was watching. That would have been good on there and they did ask me to go do it and i did it because i couldn't get to where they were shooting here in town. I was gone and never thought it would show up. And i was like. Oh there's that show they asked me to do. And i watched and i was like holy crap is good and but they have other episodes to watch the boys of men women. I know. that's the only one i've seen. Oh good the boys. Amendments great t pain man. I thought that he was going to be boring. Because it's about auto tune and how the guy teammate independent opportunity used it figured out what it was but team can really sing in so his life was pretty terrible for a while. Yeah because people were like you ruined music. And he's like no. I just use the tool everybody. Everyone does that now. he was talking about the. When you talk to the wire do like peter frampton. He's like that's a toll. People use all the time that the series is great. It's called what this pop this pop. That sounds really cool. I watched another one too. I can't remember right now. But i watch them on the flights to throw to and froze to and fro california but the country orville peck is interesting. Because he was the guy that was hosting it. I don't know much about him. I've seen him on stuff you never. You never see his face but have you ever seen his face. Yeah i think he used to be in a different bed. And i looked at the time and then he just started wearing the outfit interesting guy. I don't know as music though. Is he good. I it's not for me. Is it all because all country. He's canadian. Oh yes yeah well. That's cool well. I thought he did a great job posting that episode but he also and i think americana music is country music. I've said that to like mirror. Economies is country but he talks about how that kind of came out of a certain space where it was kind of like all country which is turned into americana. And they talk about it. It's a fantastic episode. And i was like. I agree with everything i co-signed and i've been signing for years and people told me i'm a loser and it's just like the guys. The proof is in the pudding. Every this happens every five years or something isn't country and you know who defines it. The listeners shania twain not country. I'm not saying that that's what they would say. Completely it talked about winona for a while. She was getting not country. That's crazy old people idiots okay. Cool lauren lane is wasting our first book in the news. It's called getting good at being you bubba. It'd be available november second chris stapleton doing cameo. And he'll say whatever you want him to say proceeds going to outlaw state of kind to charity. It will cost six hundred bucks. Ooh it's a lot of money. That's a lot a lot of money doing it for charity. I don't know you're gonna get a lot of people to pasta. Garth brooks nissan stadium record. Seventy five minutes sold thing out. I ever nissan. Stadium in nashville. Parking mccullum's releasing a debut album next month. His major label debut. Though don't be confused by himself killing it by himself but now he's doing. There's a great episode with him. If you want to go back and check it out. Would he be considered a texas country artists. I if you asked him. I think he would gladly say sure but he was never a guy that was just gonna stay in texas yeah. He says that. He lives in nashville. Now he was like yeah. Texas moved to austin randy. Rogers basically discovered me toward that he goes. But i'm not afraid to say. I wanted to level up. Yeah which is different because a lot of the texas guys. They're happy whether they like to be regional. They like to be where they're from and they like to be where they're from. But i the ones that i know of always given a look if they were getting the opportunity right. i mean. He didn't want more money. I know a couple of those guys down there. That are like an hour later. Like texas country nashville sucks. And i know him. They're like listen to just didn't work out. For me in nashville. Yeah so for me to really keep my base passionate. I go national sucks. But you know we had a shot didn't work out. That's kind of is not that all the more but the couple that i know really well. And then there's also pattering took it took us dasher. Did all right here. Eli young band abandoned. Great here so you do have people coming from that but again i think anybody would like to have their whatever if you're a message sender you'd like to have your message sent out regardless books music art bigger audience because you play more money. Let's see nirvana's smells like teen spirit. A billion streams on spotify. Well listen to that I you know what one of my least favorite nirvana songs. i have. no need for it. I don't think i've heard that song in a long time. I my favorite ivana record is still employed to new york. Know every song listen to it. Covers the meat puppets covers. I mean i one of my favorites. i'll die in. That'd be on my favorite records. So here we go. The most iconic songs of all time have been revealed according to science. Okay so obviously. They did some math and probabilities in figured out the most iconic songs and the think science is a pretty definitive thing right. At least we know why scientists picking things. It's not just what the flavor of the month or a writer who gets a wild hair and decides they want to put some artists number one. Just because they want some clicks okay. Would you agree with that. Yeah a computer. Scientists in the university of london has sought to apply formula to what determines the greatest songs of all time. He's come up with a definitive list of top fifty. We're gonna look at the top ten and discuss whether or not we agree if they're iconic according to daily mail. Dr mick grierson examined a whole host of songs that appeared in greatest songs of all time lists and newspapers and music stations in. Vh one rolling stone. They took into factor. Beats per minute cord variety lyrical content timbo variety sonic variants. All these things. I have no idea what it means. Just that's science right. Half the scientific crab that happens every day. I have no idea why it's happening. I just know the works. I just know that. I can stream shows and music. I have no idea how it works but they did. All this and here are the top ten most iconic songs of all time based on those weird science things and all the lists are already putting on places and number ten guns and roses. Sweet child of mine. Here you go. We're gonna listen to the whole intro. No i don't think so. I'd like to three minutes. Do you feel like switch outta mind is an iconic one of the top ten most iconic song of all time. Yes especially if you want to break it down by decades this is an iconic song of the one thousand nine hundred eighty s. Why what time is tough for me. But i i definitely can fill the argument for it. I do think it's an iconic rock song. Especially when you hear that guitar apart with slash i mean. I just had this experience with my kids where i was teaching them about guns and roses and i mean they heard this guitar solo and they were like okay. This is really good is never guns n. roses guy by the way really is a little before me. You had older brother i did. That's where i got a lot of that eighty stuff. I didn't and number nine god. Save the queen by the sex pistols iconic song to me. I've never heard it. I mean i've heard of the sex pistols. Yeah i think the iconic. It should almost be if i play it. Everybody should know it. Maybe that's one of those sonic things at the scientists will sign about whatever. It is crap Number eight rolling stones. Que get no satisfaction for one hundred. Would you say this is their biggest song. No you wouldn't know. Let me think what i think it would be. I mean i guess. If you're asking. I think i have to go with rolling stones. I think this is. I start always thinking what would my parents know and i think that they would know this. I was gonna say like beast of burden. But no i think this is the one year right. Yeah i think this is. What about gloria g. yellow. I i don't think it's as known they kind of have to be a stone's fan to know those to let me go to mike. Mike you know this here. I do not a song. How old are you. I am twenty nine. Do you know gloria no. Do you know beast burden. I do not just this one. All right bob dylan like a rolling stones and number seven. I'm gonna agree with most of these now iconic. Yeah iconic you like. Bob dylan love bob dylan number. Six on the list is the beatles. Hey jude the only beatles on in the top ten now to me. I feel like a bigger more iconic song by the beatles would be hold my hand so early kind of set the whole stage down this whole early beatles the beatles them in suits and the same haircut twist and shout although they were bigger way after that when they were hippies but we think the beatles all dressed the same. Can't buy me love. Queen number five bohemian rhapsody most iconic of all time absolute one hundred percent and they're big song which which hit number one. I believe twice over two different decades. Because when wayne's world came back win number one again. Billie jean. From michael jackson at number four view. Consider this a rock song. Yes me too eddie. Van halen on the guitar solo. Absolutely yeah i do consider i. I think because michael jackson's people go. It's pob he's king pop. Think if you took who exactly it was still presented it exactly the same way with the same person i think. That's this is a rock song. I mean i correct myself. I think that was beat. It with mike with eddie van halen but still no but still talking about this song specifically but this is a rock song. Yeah you to one number three. Ooh i do really love song. This to me is not even you choose most iconic. I agree with that was about to say that i would say whether without you. Yeah big big early. One would probably be their big iconic song but having you to on the iconic lists absolutely number two john lennon imagine song has been covered. Ten thousand times still wonderful song. I wonder when john lennon wrote it and finished in there recorded. If you walked it was like this a masterpiece or he's just another song recorded. That happened to catch so. I just watched a documentary on this and and i think he was in a state of them trying to come up with a song that could help whatever society was going through at the time and i think that india was going through some problems or whatever we did write it for some yes epoch reason. He had a an activist from india. I believe in his house. This is a document. I think it's on apple tv I think his nineteen seventy whatever year. This was in the whole documentaries about that year and music in that year And he's talking with this activists from india and they're sitting at his kitchen table and there in the activist telling them about like all these things happening he goes very interesting. Whatever wrote the song. And i feel like this kind of has exactly what you're talking about. And he takes on the piano room and he plays it to them and the guys like this is fantastic. And that's the song and its imagine. Yeah oh number. One number one. Most before i tell you what do you what do you think if you just guessing. Give me a few number one most iconic rock songs of all time they kind of pop into your head. I don't know why. Would i wrote down staying alive. By the bg's i don't feel like that's rock. Oh no disco wasn't rock. I don't think so but it's hard. It's hard to argue. What is and what isn't right but these guys already. I feel like this is just so iconic. But it's not rock okay so we'll have to go the king of rock and roll presley gray. He did not make the top ten. But i would have thought elvis. What do you think. Elvis is most iconic song as hound. Dog heartbreak hotel Gosh there's so many i i would go with If it's gotta be heartbreak hotel. Right i was. I was leaning towards fat. Elvis suspicious minds but you. You go young young because i can think of the video on my head heartbreak thinking of jailhouse rock where they're all in the jail so stupid. I mean that opening liquid the drums. Oh you know you know. This is the whole movie jailhouse rock. It's a whole elvis movie. Apparently elvis signed a terrible movie deal when he was really young and he had committed till i twenty hollywood pictures and so this is one of them and he had to get to do all the soundtracks warm really terrible deal and he could not get out of it yeah. I've seen a lot of them do there. So many are they ever good no. They're not good. Never there's one. I forget the name of it. But he's a pilot and he comes back and they they're stuck on this joke that the writers wrote about him being a pilot and he always showed girls to his cockpit and so in the whole movie the lines. Like hey josh. I think his character's names like how you being pretty good. What are you still flying. I got fired what happened. I invited a girl in my cockpit and they say this one liner like twenty times in the movie. And you know it's like they're like this is gonna hit real good but it's so dumb but at a girl into my cockpit and they fired me i would think maybe i know the number one but i would probably guess led zeppelin like steroids. Oh of course it's not it. Oh it's not. And but i think that would have been a big one zeppelin the beatles and pick their biggest song. The rolling stones already not rolling stones pearl jam now nevada. Okay the number. One song is nirvana smells like teen spirit. Massive song you in. Kurt cobain him dying as romanticized that band so much. I feel bad for dave grohl. Wanna hear him do interviews because he always has talked about nirvana and kurt. Yeah seeing the drama according love lately. She's coming out just kind of saying she's tired of people saying that she's the reason why he killed him. So do you know why. She's saying that because they released some old like fbi cia fbi. Probably oh where some of the for questioning if she had anything to do with it. Oh i didn't know that she's defending. Yeah and so but debut will always has to talk if dave grohl is just foo fighters. He's one of the biggest rockstars in america's ever had the end. Yeah but because he was in nirvana and was a drummer and was a drummer with kurt. Cobain who people now romanticize as the greatest poet of the nineties he only has to talk about that and he's got to like stuff dang man but he does. He does a wonderful job even though they didn't get along for part of it. But that's the band that's just a group dynamic at any part but nirvana's smells like teen spirit. I was talking to somebody recently. Who is was a music critic. Maybe i was doing it in a recent who who knows him. Haven been you. Don't think it was. I don't think he was like. Hey kirk wasn't gonna stay in that band. He was like at this point to ten years later. Kurt cobain's doing crappy solo stuff. Oh probably would have got back with them. But it's not like nirvana was going to be so because they put out new or you know they. It wasn't like that he died after that record. Write next record well. They have four four albums. Well see i listen to. Bleach was before. Never mind in utero. But i don't know there was another one after that that wasn't alive. One okay could have been might dc over their three studio albums three. Yeah so the only has right about something on this one. Look at me but see. I don't know the list is cool. But i feel like you don't need science to tell you that these songs are all iconic. Well science screwed up on wherever that sex pistols song science. Come on be honest with you about that. Are there you go. Those are the most iconic songs according to science most of them according to p. but but they did factor in people's lists as well yeah was kind of people's lists and some dumb probabilities pearl jam in there. But okay counting crows. 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Yeah i think so that one interview for the one time. That's right so. I think what i had talked to you about a lot and we'll get it out of the way now is six one five house talk. 'cause i just see you as more than that person then the then the talk now a great way to be the person people know but i think after a bet you gotta go and you have to go man. I wish people would only stop associated with talk. You know honestly no because it gave me such a huge platform in the beginning that i love it and i still use it to this day. Still post almost every day and you should write you. Should but i think as an artist he will start to get pigeonholed like content creators. Get always only a youtube person. Or he's only. But i you know for you. The first time we talked i actually really good. You know better than just making ted talk videos and so it was really excited to play your stuff on. you know. Two different shows that i program which is the women of our country. And i think mike we feature last week on the big countdown. Didn't we did. I mean seriously. Thank you so much independent. So y'all doing that genuinely changes everything for independent artists. Who thank you guys so much but honestly i think the music should translate pass. Whatever platform you're started on right so to knock it pigeonholed it as a tech talk artist music that translates past that. I guess that's my way of thinking. It and and talk is just another way to reach more ears and more eyeballs. So why not use it. You know and use everything you possibly can exactly whenever you started six one five house now. You guys didn't live there right. We didn't now most mostly. I think i thought that if i wasn't did did you rush because i wouldn't even wanted people to think you didn't live. There just played along with for a while we kind of. I don't wanna say like we played along. But i think the whole idea of a content creation house was started with hype house right and the high pass people were all influencers and actors and dancers so all they did all day long was create on talk and youtube and all these platforms. They lived together. Because it's made the most sense with six thousand five hundred was started in the middle of the pandemic so we saw each other. Whenever we could but we couldn't live together they really make any sense to live together and we still get together and create and do all that together but we never lived together in house. Are you guys still making stuff aspects when five house we are but i think just naturally as the world opened up because when five house was started in a pandemic it's just now artists are going in touring and signing record deals and crushing it. Outside of what the pandemic was that. Naturally we can't make as much content also again we are artists. Were all writers and artists and we tore and we play music so unlike the hype house and most content creation houses. We can't just spend all day every day creating for social media So we still create sometimes together. But it's not as much as we could. Did you sign up to. I'm sure you did to make money in the little Program where they give you a couple of bucks for every ten thousand or whatever which thing like the creator did you that i. I don't know. I remember. I did and i have my talk. Following isn't extremely huge. Like half a million followers. I don't i don't i don't post that takes a whole i did for like a week. I'm on talk more than everything else. But i don't post a whole lot but and that would have videos out getting two three four million dollar eighty like this sucks. I've learned my hack to this. Maybe i shouldn't say this. But i'm gonna say it on live streams. I started to turn people over to mo. so i'll be on a livestream and i'll be like. Hey if you guys want to hear a song that you want to hear a shout out whatever it is just my van. Mo is at ashley. Cook but mummy hubbard wants. You won't ever much you can. And i'll play your song. And that's how i've started to kind of make virtual tip jar online. The creator fund is awesome for some people but for me. That's not really. How many pay the bills. So it's like might as well do you make okay money when you go. Here's my ben. Mo- you guys. I mean yeah it's hit or miss just like every live show would be got a couple of hundred bucks. Yeah yeah what's the most you've ever done on the livestream okay. So my friend roman alexander. I don't know if you know. He's a great artist in town. He always will get all my live streams and like bet people. Hey you won't bend over five hundred dollars. you won't bend mohur. yes. And i'll literally make like a couple of hundred bucks for like twenty minutes on a live because my friends like jokingly help out and stuff too I make i make a decent amount. It's you just got to really work for you. Have to know how to be savvy with it. I guess is the way to say it. My fiance's parents were in town and we went to twinsies last night and they'd never been. I don't really want to go to. He's been there. The first five years i lived in town but we went and they had not seen. How the tootsie vibe works. Where there's two bands one on each side you know and you tip them. They play a song. But now you can go up and actually scan the code. The barca antipathy on vim. Oh i mean yeah. I think the pandemic just taught a lot of people a lot of stuff about the virtual world that we can live in. But it's not about the money at the end of the day. You know it really is. I know that's like the political answer. But genuinely it's not it's about getting people to relate to your music and get it out there because somebody out. There has not heard. Justin bieber's music. You know so everybody's always working to get people to hear their music. So what does your store you see you come from. Where kind of all over the place but before nashville was in south florida. What do you mean all over the place and why so. My dad's job. He was in corporate and i was in music since i was eleven years old. My sister and i used to be in a duo together. I just kind of traveled around the country. Going up. I think i lived in nineteen different homes before i was eighteen. So does midnight lost homes is because you were playing music or because he was you know moving around cannabis this job kind of both. It was always a little bit of both corporate. Took him all over the country. So and you and your sister want to do country do what was the name. It was called the lockets. And did you guys ever come to nashville before you came to nashville so i pretty much grew up on music row. I was riding with like jeremy. Bussey and bridgette tatum in like incredible number. One writers when i was fifteen years old so i came here for the first time a little over ten years ago. So it's been in. How did you get in a room with them. If you're a teenager from out of town just the music. I guess at translated i was in. La and i worked with like some people out in la and then they brought us over here and it was. Just you know how it goes. It's just. I don't know how it goes. I don't. I'm not cool enough to know how anything goes honestly. I don't even know to be honest. I think i was a kid. Just kind of being put in rooms which is the beauty and the the naivety of being a kid But from what. I can remember the music. We made just kind of translated and got us in the rooms with the right people. And that's just how that happened. And i went to college belmont. Oh so you moved here for school yes here yes so you moved here for school knowing you. We're gonna stay here. I don't really know. I moved here for belmont Just because again. I had grown up in nashville and i i knew of the school. I loved the campus. I thought it was incredible. I just love nashville. It felt like a home away from home went to belmont for music. Business ended up transferring into communications and marketing. So i studied nothing to do with music. Which you shouldn't right. I mean honestly. I don't know let's is still a lot of things including what i do now radio television but i didn't need to i the best thing about the best thing you can do in a creative space frigging get into it. Okay true but to each their own. And then then have on the fall back on when it doesn't work true and that was kind of my mentality and also because i had grown up in music my whole life not i mean the belmont music program is genuinely incredible. It really is. But i just had been in so many rooms and learned so much that going in an intro to publishing class my freshman year. I was like wait. This is outdated info. This is different. I've been in this room. I know what's going on so it just was. It's it's hard for them to keep up with exactly what's going on By loved communications and marketing it was the best. Also i use it every day in my career right like communications on stage right now. Marketing with tech. Talk at all comes to play so an understated national after that. So when you stay is it. I'm going to be a songwriter is. I'm going to be an artist. Am i gonna do one before the other like what was kind of your mindset at twenty two years old i mean. Does anybody know what they're doing at twenty two years old I think it was even twenty one. I was dream though when you finish. College was the dream. Well okay so. I started communications and marketing again. My senior year. I was already interviewing for communications jobs. I kind of was like hey. Music was my childhood thing. I still have a huge passion for it. But let's just think about something different let's just like entertain the idea of going down a different route. So i almost got hired to accompany in nashville for communications and marketing. And then at the same time like the same month i applied for the country showcase that it's okay so belmont. There's that is yeah. I think like cassie ashton. She wanted one. Brad paisley florida georgia line. I mean so. Many amazing artists have won this competition. So i applied kind of on a whim being like. Oh whatever you know. My senior year bucket lists do it. It's always been a really cool thing to go to and watch. I got in. And i ended up a winning competition and one of the whole thing to the whole thing. I was one of the only non music majors to win that competition. Do you have to do an original song you. It's two originals. One cover so what. What cover did you do the middle by mayor morris. Ruin the vazza so much fun. Did you play yourself pointing. Where do you have a band. You have a full band. It's huge. It's like three thousand people in an arena. It's massive so i. I won that and then i graduated and i was like. Hey i'm gonna. I'm gonna try music. I'm gonna i'm gonna give it a go as a solo artist for the first time in my life. I'm just gonna do it. Kobe hit like right when that happened. And so i went down to quarantine with my family and florida and my friend sent me a video of spencer crandall one of my other friends. Who's on talk. And it was some challenge that he did a did the challenge and it got like two million views overnight and it just kind of started from there so it was not my plan to do. I mean nearly any of this let alone. What's happening now this past year. And it's just been crazy so two things one who is spencer crandall these cut artists tectonic to yeah amazing artist to and then to what was the challenge. It was called the lay down challenge. It was like You know the the sam. Smith song amy down tonight that song. So it's the bridge of that song and you like basically just go a whole octave up and saying so. It's a singing challenge. I was like nah. I don't know like tech talk. You know. I've i've loved this app for a long time but i don't know if i meant to be creator on it like who does know that you know it's it's the market that gets to decide who's going to be a creator on the app so i posted the video no makeup braids in my hair fresh out the pool like had zero expectations and it just completely blew up and i'm just caught the bug so and so you're in and i was in and then how do you become just in to all right guys. We're going to organize something here and we're gonna we're gonna put something together. We can actually market ourselves. Which is really smart thing to do. Thank you Honestly looking back at so wild. Because it had been a god thing honestly because i had watched the hype house for so long. And i'd had friends like cooper allen and thomas mack and people that were really big on talk and had this giant following. They were building through country music and just following trends. My friend chris ruediger. And i just kind of. I called him one day and i was like. Hey why is nobody doing this. At the time there was only you know six or seven country people really on sick talk since then. Of course it's really kind of blow it up and come into the country space but there was nobody collaborating on the opry at all And so we just kind of found people texted the emden and got the people that were really crushing it through country on the app to come together and it was born. The six and five happened. So mac is the first country i ever saw. Talk to. dc do you remember. Nobody was funny. He's hysterical. I just remember him being funny and being one of the only if not i country guys. I would see this sitting there with an acoustic guitar playing funny songs. Yeah he's hysterical and he's still on Everybody's still on the app. I think just because the world opened up. It's like you know it's an amazing thing. Because a lot of us are also still independent. Most of us are still independent. So it's crazy to see how much has happened from the app and now translate into the real world. I mean these kids that were creating videos on this app and now we get to live our dreams so it's really cool as anyone recognized you from tick talk just walking down the street. You would be mind blown it. It blows my mind. I'll go down to like broadway. Hang out because you know. I'm single in twenty four. So i'm like whatever i'm gonna going on broadway. I stopped all the time for photos. And the oh my gosh. Go from talk. Are you actually cook our on the highway or something boban show like they'll just say this stuff all the time i'm like this is so crazy so yeah happens a lot. That's pretty cool. Because i saw someone from talk somewhere in. I was in california. We were doing american idol. Or something. And i kind of note but i kinda geeked out a little bit and then i caught myself and i was like why am i geeking out at somebody watch videos but you're right. It doesn't matter how you get consumed. Yeah like once you find somebody you like. And you're taking them through radio net flicks tick tock it a matter. The new kind of become a fan absolutely absolutely. That's what's so cool. I was at my gym like two days ago. And this guy walks up and he's like okay. Hey hate out and be a fan girl. But like i just love your music. I was like what he's like. i love under. it's so good it's like what so it is. I mean you're right. It's it's working and people are consuming it and they're i hope falling in love with my music as much as they are my personality or whatever brings them to my page. So it's awesome so you're going out on your first tour like your first going through all the difference with berlin right. Hell yeah yeah. So what's that about. I'm pumped it's nine days in september. It's my first ever tour. I don't even know any of the details. Robert meeting after those to figure out the details because i might just take me out of bus somewhere and i'll show up and play But i'm i'm frigging pumped. It's going to be so fun. The the rare thing is that i that i see from these dates is. They're all kind of strung together. Like when i go out. I'll do thursday friday saturday or friday saturday and then come home. And that's pretty typical of a country music tour however this is. I mean atypical. You're out like you said. Basically you know the tenth to the twenty third but nine. Your plan nine shows in thirteen days. Yeah so you're just gonna live in a bus. I don't really know what the travel planners yet. I'm not quite sure van or something. You flaming i tour you know. I'm probably sitting at chuck in a van somewhere. You honestly should you. Should i think art should have to come up and go van. I learn the struggle absolutely crappy bus See it's interesting though because not that. I don't think i should do that. Still because i definitely should. But i was touring when i was a kid to fairs and festivals and stuff like that so i i have kinda count. How does the same knows go to the struggle and hopefully you make enough in your opening fee to pay for your whole trip. I'm gonna be like how. Am i gonna afford this and we're the same clothes three nights in a row and but then say no. This is my artistic style. I but you have to go through that struggle. I then you appreciate it so much more when you don't have to anymore and you look out for the people that are doing it. Like i have some friends ish who kinda got to skip that step because they blew up two quick so they don't quite empathize and understand what they can see and they can sympathize a little bit. But they don't understand and i feel like they're they're lacking that empathy to to go. Hey like i got you. Here's why got you. Because i've been through it too. Yeah maybe but they give you a jet jet okay. I'm not know put me in. Who would you say that you listen to a lot as a kid because we're all influenced by something who would you say you. Listen to as a kid where you're like all right. This is not who i am. But they're sounds definitely kind of took me somewhere for sure Honestly went to florida. When i was fifteen and i remember there was this one amphitheater that we all we go to and i would obsess over the artists that went there it was a cruise an amphitheater. I don't know what it's called now but it's west palm amphitheater. And i remember being there for the luke. Bryan the jason aldean. Florida georgia line. I mean dan shea like i just loved them especially throughout high school. They kind of shaped my love for. Lyric and rascal flatts obsessed with them up. Now become friends with jay demarcus which is so cool But i mean honestly. I just loved the way that you show up to a show and everybody just feels the same emotion and it seemed like all of those artists knew how to like. Grab that from them in the crowd. I love that also growing up. My parents played motown all the time. So as was a big motown fan But that's basically like big list of who. I loved to have a kobe vibe to a little bit kobe. I think it's the blonde you know. Maybe maybe that's it to naven. She lives like five minutes away. So i can just call up eric. I mean i haven't met yet. And i would love to. She's realizing i loved her. Grownups see like bubbly was when my favorite songs. You guys moved from california from florida to nashville did you did you came by yourself. Right your sister. Yes and my sister is a year older than me And she went to a different school and then transferred into belmont but she went to beaumont with me as well. She here shy kind of she's like all over the place. The lockets are no more. No more reunion show. I mean maybe honestly. I think that she just so part of the reason why i even got into. Entertainment was because she moved my family out to la because she wanted to get an acting. And so i just kind of was surrounded by the young disney crowd. And just all these people in l. a. and i was like a sporty. Tomboy had no reasoning to be in music but just fell in love with the entertainment business. Because i was around it so much all my friends were in it. So now she after she graduated from college she was in a finance job for a little while but then she realized that she really wants to do acting again so she went from music to acting and she's on pursuing that so she's crushing it. The young disney crowd talk. What does that. What do you mean like who why you gotta just throw that out there. The young disney. Are you hanging out with disney stars in la I mean that's honestly kind of a weird part of my story too. Because i was like really really good friends with all of the young disney crowd when i was using. That is the cyrus family. Like you know the levada family. The hudgens family like all of them. They were like my friends and my schoolmates in my neighbors. And i just don't really think of it as then like the disney crowd because they were just my friends. We would make youtube videos together and go to soccer and ice skating together and that was my friend group. Which is maybe why. I love this industry because i feel like there's nothing to blitzer glam. It's always just like the real music and the meaning behind it all. Because i grew up around the craziness and saw what it did to them. You know what i mean. Where's your sister at disney actor. Now he wasn't. They were just friends because of the area. We were all friends because of the you were in disney. Okay when you said young disney thought you were in disney stuff. You like do me up. Threw me for a loop there so you weren't acting you weren't doing disney stuff you're gonna be living some commercial you send me something so weird i feel like again i was a kid. I was just like drunk drivers areas. I didn't we commercials a lot growing up. We like by like the the nunchucks and stuff. Yeah what would you do in these commercials I don't even remember. I will play with the nunchucks. There was like a monkey in one of them. I did some print modeling. i've always been in entertainment. Since i was a kid. So we like new a lot of like the disney casting directors and edition and stuff but Yeah when did you know you could sing. People would actually care that you could sing. Do they care now. I'm getting Gosh i got into a music. Like performance class when i was ten years old Wrote my first song. When i was eleven and i remember this guy. Jonathan george who was a really good friend of ours and he coached us when we were younger He put us on a stage at this place. Called the mint in la. I don't know if you're familiar with that. I don't even know if it's still plays anymore But we played an i perform. My first show was eleven and people like knew the words to the music. But i was putting out and it was like insane. The music wasn't great. I mean i was eleven. you know. Start somewhere but yeah. I mean i think that was when i really fell in love with reforming and to this day. Performing is still my favorite part of this. I mean there's so much love about music but genuinely getting on a stage and just seeing people people's reactions to what you're saying that's like by far the best part of it all and how's it been used to you. Say your independence still How has it been trying to find a team. Like your team your your. I wouldn't say forever because changes in his fluid but your i like established team record management. Like what what's that process like for you right now. Honestly it's a lot of fun Because i you know. I'm so excited to eventually be able to partner with the right team. I really am But honestly because if people like you and the highway and dsp's spotify and itunes and apple and pandora and all these places like i've had a really really great year and i feel like i've just been knocking down my goals one by one independently and of course having the right partner is a big goal of mine. But i'm in no rush. Which is a really fun part. So it's actually the best place to be because the more you go into a situation with knowing who you are and some data behind you the less they can tell you who to be exactly and i go on a tour independently. I feel like there's there's so much that has happened this past year. And it's it's truly mind-blowing. I mean yesterday. I made a video my instagram talking about that. Because i was like this week is crazy. You know like y'all put me as your spotted artists which is so so cool. Thank you by the way and it's just been it's just been crazy if like so much has happened and I like to think it's just because the music is translating and that's the bottom line mike. What clips we have over there. We have all of them. Okay let's one. How about do we have the new single. That comes out june fifth okay. This is all ready. Drink that beer. Here we go. We don't know likely to a we excited about that one to come out and so pump for that to come out. I cannot wait along record that. I want to say like a month. And a half ago with jimmy robbins. Who's phenomenal yeah. He's amazing here is under which was featured on the country top thirty and the women of our country in the psalm on so let's play sunday morning kind of saturday night that i remember this release did pretty well download chart for a little bit. Yeah being saturday night and then. This is the first time that i knew you. We played this on the women of our country. It's been a while now but jealous of the sky. I think this one we talked that was also the first song ever had play on a radio stations. Were you able to hear it. When did you find the the. Yeah i was down in south florida In my friend's car and we play that song which is actually so backstory. On that song my friend passed away and he was from south florida. And that's why. I wrote the song so i was in south florida when i heard my son on the radio for the first time. Thanks to you guys so it was crazy. Here is jealous of the sky. He'll get to the john. Lag is lagging on jealous. The sky other really good one. I still feel the same like goosebumps at that. Saw on that i did the first time and before i hit it. I kind of forgot about until i hit like. Oh yeah because you listen. I heard ten thousand dollars a day but you always remember how certain songs make you feel sometimes more than you remember the words of the song. Absolutely let's i mean that's the beauty of music you know i mean and that's the fun part about tick talk. Is you know my manager now is crack up. Because i'm like. Oh this song's the one. This song is gonna head. It's going to go viral and then like flop but it doesn't do as well as i hope it would because people don't connect the same way that i wanted them to or whatever so it's it's fun to see because i could connect so deeply to something but somebody else doesn't and that's just the beauty of music you know. We'll just art. I mean i put some stuff. I feel is going to be amazing. It's going to. Maybe we'll get this going to be and then i'll put up my dog lick the wrong hole on my nose. Ten million media is happening well. Listen i'm glad we finally got to meet me as well. I saw you drive in with your big jeep. Yup jack jacked up a little bit is. It's three point seven five inches. No idea what that means. That's something i'd wanna know is it looks higher and had big wheels on it. It's there. I gotta assume the gas is not cheap for that thing. It's not cheap. When the gas crisis happened. I was like i'm you so how long you had a jeep since i was sixteen. Oh oh the same one. The i've just you know gotten it all jacked up and down a bunch to stuff to. I'm still like to the stanley saving my money. Because i'm like i'm gonna go do more to my jeep. I'm of the goal to do more to that jeep not to get a different g. Absolutely gotta make them last. You know i had a chair. I had a g for awhile. And i felt like if i couldn't drive with the top off. I didn't want to drive. It's like at the top off. But then i got caught in a storm once and i got into the bad storm and i'm driving my glasses or getting soaked and i'm like oh this. Is it time to go train. The jeep jeep. That's so funny. That's why i had the hardtop. Because being from florida. I living in florida. I mean every hour. You could have a thunderstorm and then just complete beautiful ninety degree day. So i've hard top. So i don't have to worry about that hard top two and jake owen bought me a Like some sort of contraption that takes the top off and you sit it it just hangs from it and you drive. Hundred puts it on it but i was like. I don't screw this put it up. I was like. I wanna have my top off. I wanna drive jeep like close to but then again first time got what i was like. Oh i can't do this. I wanna do this anymore. So though i wanna get a bronco eventually i love broncos and not like the new the new under dote but like the old alex say like sixty eight through seventy four. Yes the really cool ones to three point. Seven five is you know the year of the bronco that you'd want. I have very different bobby. Let's go are you guys. Let me Protocol things here on talk. She is the ashley cook which is cook with an e but instagram. Same saying the ashley cook. That was ashley cook already taken. It was deemed the girl. That has ashley cooked so many times and she doesn't respond. I'm like come off. Name really to have mr bobby bones because some google will not give me bobby bones and it wasn't even using. I tried to get twitter. Got an use it. Who has an on instagram now. Have we even looked at that. And i don't know. I think it's a random. Let's see. I'm curious about this because on on twitter. You're saying no one instagram. If i search bobby bones do you even see who it is. My yeah a blank. Page one hundred fifty four four blank see mines at least like a mother of three kids the post all the time so like it's hard for her to give up your account but like come on hasn't posted since two thousand twelve but the problem is with that is i am mr bobby bones so if i change it now and i don't have all of mr by von's and everything. Yeah so it's just you know cohesiveness keep it but i should have that right yeah. It's a fun story to isn't as fun to me fun stories. That's not one. Ashley could follow the ashley. Cook on instagram and talk. The new single already drank beers. June twenty fifth. She going to be out with brie. Just go to the or just actually cook dot com. So if you go to the ashley dot com i would have already so ashley. Cook dot com for all the dates and a good luck. Is i feel like this. Is the the early stage of Along career and A really cool. I for you. That means a lot coming from you. So say so hang out work hard surround yourself with good people and good things will happen to you sir. So much and i you know. I saw that jeep committed for second thought. I should get another jeep. That had a flashback illness. I do not want another g. Real thank you guys so much for spotting me and just play my music in generally it really means the world. I hope you guys know that if you sucked we wouldn't do it people that sock. We don't do it so if you saw it wouldn't do it so just that's all you all right ashley. Cook everybody all right. I'm gonna do this. I wanna share with you guys a segment from our new podcast on the nashville podcast network. If you love music for putting in here it's called the biz tape. It's a music business. Podcast you're gonna love it. You can learn a lot. It's fun and also you'll be smarter at you. Listened to it. And this is talking about touring and if the music business is bouncing back etc. Here's a clip. From the best or second point as colin has beautifully transitioned us into planning for pandemics so many leading scientists and experts have stated that cova does not surprising occurrence as ecosystems shift with climate change allowing for there to be more innate risk of future viruses to disrupt the world and its economies. Do you have any more fun facts. It's so really light stuff right. So we've seen how this past year and a half has completely demolished. The music industry and as people in the music industry scrambled to get back into the swing. It makes you wonder. Could we have handled this better. And will we plan for the next one. So there's a couple of things that we need to like. Look into so first. Let's analyze the industry's reaction during the pandemic and these are kind of the four big things that we saw during the pandemic so tour dates being cancelled okay. Industry professionals being fired as many businesses liquidate and conserve money artists. Send their in their teams trying to figure out how to make money on the internet or even promote and venues suffering as the pandemic is continuously drawn out and unable to receive federal aid or even charity aid in time. So there's about a million other things right but call and do you think that the music industry will plan for the next pandemic and if so what kinds of things do you think would be important for the industry to focus on. So can i go down your points of okay. So a tour dates being cancelled. I definitely think that will be planned for in the future. I think they will be more contingencies in terms of service especially when it comes to tickets and refunding. I feel like not to be like bad big business but i feel like a lot of businesses. Gotten a chokehold of being like. We don't refund these people's tickets they are going to crucify us into the ground. And so i feel like i could see a giant company like a ticketmaster or an event. Bright being like just quietly riding in the terms services happens then we get to keep the ticket money so and so i just click the check mark right. I could totally see that or some sort of thing where it's like. It probably wouldn't be that agreed. It would probably be more like after thirty days if it cannot be if it cannot be open to government regulate you know what i mean or something more legalese. So that'll be an industry professionals being fired or i will also add furloughed for many businesses. I feel like per in my personal experience was furloughed for my job with audio and stuff like that. Because i worked in touring. So i had a very good experience with that. They were very supportive. They worked with me. That's not everybody's case And so i feel like we have not hit the repercussions of that. And i've talked about this on. The show is touring and touring professionals in the ability for that clientele to come back. We have not hit the apex. Where i think we're getting to the point especially now where these tours and shows that are all these arenas are booked up like we're going to talk about but we haven't got to the point where it's three weeks. We need somebody to mix well. You're mixers have been gone. They got a different job. They did this. they've been gone for a year. You're going to have to get somebody who's a little bit more not as experience and now might suffer for customers and stuff like that. I feel like if you see that happen. A lot of business. They're going to you know pony up Then we got artists in their teams trying to figure out how to make money on the internet or even promote. That definitely has completely changed. People are coming up with revenue streams that they had no idea before. And i would also like to add. I feel like everyone says that. But i would also like to importantly add people are remembering and noting income streams that they should have paid attention from this entire time like what they should have been focusing on before ryan or we had like some form of handle i mean. We had our buddies at green from seasick on here. We're talking about pr. And all these people basically coming up going. Where's my pr money. I heard there's this magic. Pr money well. It looks like you should have been keeping up with that for a while because it could be a black box somewhere where you know or something like that. And so we've seen that and then on the new front we've seen you know patriotic as catapulted a lot of artists up live streaming in general the idea of i could not imagine point pointing to someone in twenty nineteen and going. He should just do like a livestream set. They'd be like why. Why why. I'd be making more money right playing broadway. Yeah exactly and so like what's the point and then last is venue suffering as the pandemic is continuously drawn out and not receiving federal aid. I think personally. This is probably the biggest one we will not learn from the. I think there are a wide venues especially with how this federal aid money has gone through. That will die that will be closed and we will just forget that happen and people will just get new jobs and they will go to either a different industry or they'll collapse into different venues or those start their own venues. But i don't think the general public or the government has really taken aback to the impact that it has happened. Like obviously it's like we're all suffering but like specifically on venues. I feel like the general public hasn't really been like. Oh yeah if your job is to attract people. Every day of your life the pandemic in future viruses are gonna really mess that up. Yeah and so yeah. I think that's probably out of your four points here. I think that's the one that is going to go down the drain. I agree. I think it also vinnie's are definitely taking note after this year of of like you know what it it's it's one of those things where the arts always under funded always the last thing they get funded and to to come up with a way in order to leverage to get federal aid money in the future. I think is imperative but i agree with you. I think people. I honestly think the industry is gonna forget. This happened to a certain extent. Especially if it's getting insane. Buzz and if things go back to normal we start having like very very high. Earning years right. I think that you know the industry does that all the time. You know they they have we have these huge high-energy earning years. And then they have a disruptor come in and they go well shit. It's the disruptors fault. I'm fucked up. I you know. I kind of agree. That and i don't think we signed thinking this case. This was like this was out. It seems like throw out yet. It seems like a lot of people. It's more of like this happened. But it's something that we need to learn from right and we and and so like i. I completely agree people. Have this mentality of this happened now. It's over you know what i mean. It's like this was like nineteen seventeen bird flu and now we'll one hundred years from now. Maybe we'll have another one. That's that bad or something. Yeah so it's very specific. That's the last really big pandemic. i feel like that hit america a wide scale. So that's why. I was saying and so not know that no fun but we also teach social studies. But i guess going on of how the music industry now is coping with a pandemic. There's something that's very interesting so we've all seen a bunch of concerts happening in our towns. We've all seen vince booked up sold out. You might even see some people announcing their tours but guess what they're arenas are all booked up so as more and more shows began happening arenas are in an awkward position as a traffic jam of artists have begun attempting to book more shows than the arenas can handle making tore planning more difficult than it has been in previous years so acts who have pushed dates out two next year are wanting slots before twenty. Twenty one is up. Because they're seeing everybody is selling out their shows in in making a bunch of money and and even setting some records so they're trying their best to just grab those dates than like. Push them up a little bit farther. You know they'll take pay cut right to get that day at a higher. Many talent agents are having to navigate having trouble awesome navigating covert protocols depending on each state in their tours so right now as a talent agent you have this specific region you have the northeastern region. Rate that you're booking your talent and you have to call up all these arenas and your artists decided. Hey we're gonna just book and for twenty twenty one that's going to be and you gotta come and it'd be like hey man. He wants he wants to do this year. Here's kind of deal points. We're going to change. Like i don't know we'll drop our advance rain to this amount of money or something if you can get us in the slot and and we think we can sell out your show well. The venue has the awkward thing of saying well. Tough luck buddy. Because i got like thirty other people in front of you so much i can do for you right and would you like a thursday night. Yeah you like a tuesday after afternoon. Yeah but this has also this. This traffic jam is also caused because many artists under light nation. Ag are expecting to go on tour and are even getting restless because like aig and live. nation can't book them and then some artists have even seen the trend in decided to hold off a bit before announcing is due to the traffic. So they don't have to backtrack so it's going to be really awkward if you come out and say hey guys. guess what. We're doing a national tour. It's gonna be awesome here. Are the ticket links the next week. You're like hey guys guess what you you know. Eight out of ten dates that we decided done. Yeah the gone. We can get a book. So here's here's my thing with it. There is a interesting thing that is happening here and it has to do with how i in my opinion. How album cycles work. When the cova d- started everyone in their mother and their manager said you go in make an album and guess what they did. They made that album and they either released during the pandemic or they saved. Where you're going. Now what do you do. What is the point of an album. It is to do. Live shows now tore. Yes it is. That's where your money is so all of these people. Now have this. Get into recuperable money later which will be fun but Have this money. Sometimes from labels that they need to pay back or people they need to actively pay back like their producers or session musicians and they need that money and they need to get on the tour and they wanna as i can see. You're trying to alliterate. Ear is hit that huge wave of demand. Because like we've kind of theorized and i think people are getting more into this mindset. Everyone in their mother is going to be like. I wanna go to a concert for about some period of time. If you can guess correctly you're going to be a millionaire. That period of time will not last forever. It almost reminds me of how like you see pictures of like going back to our social studies. Thank you for. Educators here is like after world war two where you see like the pictures of people in new york kissing each other. That didn't happen for ten years. That happened for a period of time. For a couple months everyone was happy. You know and then it waned and so i feel like in the same way with this covert stuff and opening up and has everything gets more opened up more vaccines where people are hoping they hit this wave because not only can they be recouped if they owe money they can make a lot of money. Oh yeah especially artists. Who are smaller. I mean we've seen smaller artists in in nashville. Getting sold out shows. That might otherwise have not been sold out. Well you know in the funny part is is that. There's a plethora venues that exist that have been totally not gone under that can handle the infrastructure of this which is another thing because you know if you can't get your arena. Show you're going to go to the next best thing which is a higher bigger capacity club or amphitheater. You hope that might not be around anymore right and you hope that you can go down and go. Hey i'm a bigger person. Can you knock this down to your lower venue. Like if i trade with this guy will you give them the lower venue of sorry. The lower venues also booked. So you can't do that either so like it doesn't work that way and so it's real rough said this is going to be. This is literally if you did not pick up the phone fast enough. When are we sometimes days in between each other. You could be jeopardizing having a twenty twenty tour if you're a huge artists like that because of the gist of it to the bigger you get the more time in planning. You need yes. So it's even worse. Yeah i mean talent agents really. They like what they do. Is they book. These tours usually in a normal market. They'll book the tours like a year out. Usually like a year to six months is kind of the the range and now they had to play a gambling game. Where it's like. I'm putting all my money on red. Oh and then people have also already lost this game. There have been people who did this in know who did this in july of last year. They said we're putting all our money on red and they go because cove is going to go away because it's the summertime and they saw their colleagues lose y'all so there you know in this in this pickle where it's i think it's really back guys. I think we're in it. I think we can do it. But it's also really scary and super competitive. So i'm afraid he's gonna get burned in the situation. I don't think it's going to be the arenas. Hey this is. Joe and colin from podcast. A podcast that serves as a catchall for music. business news of the subscribe. 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The Woody Show June 24, 2021 Podcast
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I know you guys were talking about there being too many holidays or as what he said days of up not observation obligation right not observation and sea bass chimed in with the holidays that he will get rid of and said we could lose either memorial day or veteran's day i didn't need both. I said we combine them. Because we don't need you have memorial day that should be the one and then obviously veterans or a respected says Vets get screwed enough already without ciba's trying to take their holidays. All in f you see. Let me talk to this Robert so why should we just keep i. Shouldn't we have You know pearl. Harbor day andy day and why should we have. The battle of you know what happened today. But why shouldn't they be if they're not they're not official. Burger bats. memorial. Day is for no but you can keep on adding you could keep on throwing more on their if that's what he really wants. What i'm saying is crucial as well. 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Just you've been sitting next to a first off. I would never i had undercover belch Looked over like cameras sour talk. What the hell's that day or stroke announ s wave in the production studio. Good morning to you. Fellas randy of courses ear phones are open. Eight seven seven. That's eight seven seven forty four. I'm sure cbs's that face a lot when he's out in the parking lots of america and tell people to put their back. They're smelling their souls. Roddy don't stay smiles funding coming up this hour. We got some redneck news Greg scott the trending news headlines. I don't know if you saw this man but if you're up for a hot air balloon ride to space. No thank you. There is a company. It's called space perspective. And they're taking reservations for space balloon. Ride vast. the red bull guy did right. Yeah followed it when it first they. I talked about it. But it's going to happen. Yeah these first. Flights are set for twenty twenty four o eight people so we can all go toilet right up to eight. People go to time each trip last six hours. One ticket costs one hundred and twenty five thousand dollars not bad evil. The here's the thing though. That sounds kind of cool. You don't really go into space. You don't even experience weightlessness which that's the point. You don't get the rocket launch. You don't get the weightless on the good stuff really high up. There isn't stratosphere. Yeah for the first two hours. You're slowly ascending. Up to one hundred thousand god which is about a third of the way to space. Oh you can't even say it is. Flat can see the giant turtles after the two hours of of just a sending you chill up there for two more hours and then you slowly come back and then you splash down in the ocean. Barbeque four trillion. Now it's only one hundred twenty five thousand per ticket greg. There is a bathroom and they said they will be serving drinks. I don't care. I can get a drink right here to drink. I don't care the size one of those big like if you're in a city with a big ferris wheel thing that has the highest windows you get stuck with graham shaw basket here in vegas at the lincoln get sued. That jumped out of that balloon. I can't even watch that video. That's cool. Oh yeah i mean i wouldn't. I wouldn't even do that. But i mean it's cool. No i have been skydiving. And i would like to go to space. That guy did. I would not. I would not want to yeah. It's not for me. Yeah washing alive. I thought he died when he finally got to the top. Because it can communicate with like he's done Greg scott the news headlines of the morning a and we keep so classy around spray repa- catalina executive right. Kurt me the reasonably reasonably would area around people talking about today greg. They're talking about john. Mcafee the creator of mcafee. Antivirus software was found dead in his jail cell. Yeah they're going to extradite him they were and then like they want to go check on them and dead. I thought he was in south america somewhere. We'll just hours before being found a spanish court ruled in favor of extraditing him to the united states to face some tax related criminal charges. Apparently guards tried to revive him but the medical team pronounced him dead. They didn't officially name him. Because for some reason they weren't authorized to but media reports did confirm that it was just behind a firewall. You know yeah so prosecutors in tennessee. We're going to charge. John mcafee with tax evasion. After he allegedly failed to report. Income from crypto currency. Apparently mentality was arguing that if he had been extradited back to the usa he would spend the rest of his life in prison. He said he was seventy five and was facing thirty years in prison. Oh crypto currency is what they got. Yeah wait over like text. Us saying he was worried. That isn't they always bust you on the wire fraud wire fraud the okay so that was involved in a murder. Well yeah it was accused hosmer. That would only be like getting the tax thing. I missed that part. This is probably that documentary. Was that hulu. I think this guide lead wildlife for sure so they think what he hanged himself. Allegedly allegedly guy that can break into anybody's computer. So what you're saying john. Mcafee is hung for seventy five too soon. Lucky video suicide. He always had the ladies around. Oh speaking of boats hose. that's john mccain chicks you antivirus software penny. Yeah they love it. Surprised you didn't come back. He loves media attention. I file this under. Get the f out of here. Frontier airlines they added yet another fee. A dollar fifty nine per leg that they're calling the covid nineteen recovery charge. So what does this fee do they say. It offsets added costs to cover things like cleaning and added sanitation of aircraft and shields at ticket counters and gates areas. Plus the ppe for us so basically they are doing what every other business under the sun has been doing. But they've added a fee for it and they've given a fancy name the covid nineteen recovery charge. Get the f. Atta here okay. So once all the costs for the plexiglas and whatever once they've recoup that right do you think they get rid of the fee. No it's not of course not. They probably haven't changed the name of it. Now they want it probably saying we're still like the pennsylvania turnpike was only supposed to have tolls until they paid for the project which was a billion years ago. Everybody does you know and it just got the tolls are more expensive than ever. Yeah you know. It'd be go from one end of pennsylvania the other. There's something about the word that drives me insane just bury it in the cost of whatever it is and let us not no more than feel better the same like you'd go to like a certain restaurant every once in a while you'll see something on the menu says there's an x. percentage surcharge. So we can offer benefits to our employees. Like great. Make a hamburger a little bit more expensive. And don't tell me about. Although i do appreciate like you putting out there so you get the credit. You know the person you are. Just don't do it to do it. You you put that on there so that they know that you're a good employer of your paying for it but we're doing the most. I would do that but i. I don't like seeing on the menu. I would just incorporated into the processing fee. Right greg which thing in service service fee. The computer doesn't exactly like some cryptos. You've done nothing my favorite Name for the convenience fee convenience you for the customer other some drama san antonio texas. This woman was on zoom. Call with her. Co workers won a nineteen year old guy. A fifteen year old girl forced their way into her house. Held a gun to her head demanded all her belongings. They ended up ransacking the place and they took a of stuff including a safe. They loaded up everything into this super sweet honda accord that was winning upfront being driven by an accomplice the woman's coworkers saw what was happening over. Zoom and they called police police track them to another house that they invaded and they also took a safe from that house so then the police helicopter track them to a hotel where they were. Luckily taken into custody turns out that nineteen year old was already a wanted man. He had a warrant out for a murder charge. So luckily they were asher. Also this was big. Headlines woman in florida went to the atm to withdraw twenty box but after taking out some cash are before taking out some cash. I should say she figured she check her balance. She got a pretty major surprise. Senator balance was just shy of a billion dollars. Nine hundred ninety nine million nine hundred eighty five thousand eight hundred fifty six. Oh yeah right straight up right there right but rarely luck would be not only. Was it like it their by error but they will say well we have our policy should be the one bank. Also that i would be on them. Yeah some people are missing. The part of the story was actually negative. Exact amount so she tried to take out twenty bucks and then they said you can't even take the twenty bucks because it'll be an overdraw and you're going to get charged for who. She hasn't touched the account. Sense getting in touch chase said she couldn't but once the story made the news a rep from chase said it actually wasn't a positive balance it was a negative balance was fraud prevention The number On that account used to be from her late husband it was a joint account so it was a flag An attempt to See that this account was trying to be used by somebody and that way. They put it as a negative balance so she hasn't touched the account. Since thought it was a why would you make it a negative billion dollars native five hundred bucks better about it but i've got a wells fargo visa right And You know for wilder and i understand that you know these guys gotta look out fraud protection stuff like that but like what they would do. They basically embarrassed customers at a point of purchase. Like regular places that i go to on a almost daily basis like all of a sudden not charge of town. Yeah and it would just deny the charge. And i'm like what is sorry. The car it's not approved. I'm like what he talked knowing that. There's no balance on this card. And so i called ago We just want to confirm a couple of purchases like in the meantime. I use this card every day. Multiple times a day in the same area. Same places and now like you really out of the blue man. I don't care if the cashier things about me. But i know a lot of people. That's like super embarrassing. Totally card gets the nine one bank. Had i gave it up because i'd be out of talent are like oh yeah. Are you at this hotel or something like that and then they would cancel the card over setting you new card in the mail about even ask me. Yeah and that was the thing. And i said i you like if there's something that like you know raises a flag like As this purchase yours like you have my number like can't you descend like an automated heck things do you recognize. They moved to that. Yeah no that banquet texts me and said did you purchase say yes okay cool resend you new car. What's why it was so bad. I dropped up before you disable the car like you know maybe base with the customer and say. Hey let's wanna make sure and so. You're not embarrassing them with the decline i you know i got flagged at a casino wants and i said bank. You do not know who you're dealing with. Fire gave them the what for men ohio sick and tired of people smashing his bail mailbox bunch of vandals so he built this fortified mailbox This male fortress. It was a metal posts that he buried three feet deep that reinforced with roxy this thing was indestructible right. It ruled out so a few winters ago. It was exceptionally cold and icy a guidance. Pickup truck hit a patch of ice. His truck slid down. The road ended up ramming into this mailbox. So strong that instead of breaking and banding it caused the truck to flip and the driver was paralyzed in that accident because the mailbox was so wrong like hitting matt or a tree or a telephone pole or were by his problem. Well the guy thinks it's his problem. He's suing the homeowner for building the indestructible mailbox. His lawyer says the mailbox was a hazard because it was severely reinforced. that the truck wouldn't have flipped. If it wasn't so strong it's gonna so the lawyers are arguing back and forth. The owner had a right to reinforce it after repeated vandalism and that the rights of a driver don't extend off the roadway onto private property. The other side said he is to blame for making the mailbox quote too strong so now it's up to the court to decide if he's liable for the guys injuries stupid is but i think he's gonna lose. You think he's gonna lose. You had the owner of the home for making the mailbox waiting fortified. Yeah i don't think insurance companies don't like to pay up and he's certainly not going to settle. The guy apparently had his mailbox vandalized so many times he was so sick and tired of again. Yeah built this fortified mailbox and to straw boxes. You know like the cover of show. But i mean there was There was one story. I think there was a similar thing to where it's like you know. The homeowner wasn't held liable but like they kept getting their mailbox Destroy because the mailbox baseball type thing where you know drive up and you swing a bat added. Whatever and so the homeowner filled the mailbox with cement good and then put it up there and so when they came by and they tried to hit with. Oh yeah that did not feel. Oh my god your hair. Well the problem is your battery as back. Hits your car. you're in as someone who's new sound good don't do it. Don't do it all right. Thank you very much. Greg gory gotta would. We're good break. We'll come back. We got a brand new round of carbon arcs. Next on the woody ship. The what he showed me right back at eight. Seven seven forty four. What ain't texture throwback thursday request over two two nine eight seven Songs got to be at least ten years or older. We've got to have it and we have to agree that your request doesn't suck the root if it meets all that criteria it could be considered for inclusion. In this week's throwback thursday got a request coming up here in just a moment. A lot of people are always worried about big brother. Know they're worried about you like my mom's worried about the amazon devices. You're listening in or yet how your emails get the skimmed for key words. They can target you with ads. And and whatever but check this out this clip from video where a seven eleven clerk is being scolded over a speaker after he was seen grabbing a drink without paying for it. I now apparently there are number of convenience stores. This isn't just like a seven eleven thing but this is a service offered to small businesses convenience stores or whatever so the store. Employees are being monitored by like voice of god remotely from like thousands of miles away. Sometimes they're being watched so you're if the owner of the manager whatever can be they're interesting. Yeah you've got them being monitored so this guy had grabbed the drink and he started drinking it before he scanned it. And upkeep key magin like you're the only person in the seven eleven and all of a sudden this is what you hear out of nowhere. He's been calling me that you have scanty cooler. Okay thank you you scan the important zooming out the call centers around like where the hell mark german guys checking in germany scandal. Your had to drink and you have not paid for. It is not how we do things in beverly in. Were like know some retail stores. Or you know mariano screw scratching your balls or something. what if i'm working at seven eleven and i'm masturbating supposed to masturbate. He's confirmed that. It is the woody show thursday with modest mouse. This dashboard try new positions. You were telling me about. This is a woody show changing the subject. Be such carts. Is your this week here on the show. So a brand new round would show cars. We found in some of our conversations started coming up a lot of years. We've been doing now. What three over two. Yeah been a while and we Talk about different things and one of the things that started coming up now seems to be very popular as far as you know the whole idea of people being frustrated by carts not being put back to the corral the front of the store which is the idea good frustrated. Yeah but we We upon that was just kind of like a common thing for most people knowing by that. Because how many times have you pulled up on a spot and he got to turn into it. And there's a card sitting in the middle and then you can't grasp out even worse like right next to the cart corral trying to get these lazy bones do the right thing and so we decide to send bass out on one of his projects and the project was to Let's see if we can do better. Let's see if we can get people to see the light and return. Their cars should be easy task. It's on wheels. Push and who's gonna fight. you know. Nobody should who's who's going to everybody. Yeah right that should have been and All these people would have seen their air in their ways but No and here. We are once again trying to enforce a little bit etiquette with around a carton cart. Do when they are kardar. What you're gonna do when they god killer nerd alongside the men and women of lister destroy. Few news advised all right so each sebastian is on the job. By the way he goes to parking. Lots all over are fine land. Oh yes spare your code. Try this detroit or miami all these places. Yeah that tough now. You're cities that tough. Yeah yeah. I mean we've had some close calls and there's been guns like that like you expect in texas all right so This car knocks. What do we have. This is a guy seattle area guy. Who's total bro. Sleeveless t shirt gross in seattle They got a handful gear. Because i mean lost. Seattle isn't just the downtown. You know sort of the cl hippies hipster sort of they have a big travel outside seattle. I said it's it is a big foot country. It's a lot of rednecks out there. I'm just figured like it was a bunch of dudes walking around wearing hats. It looks like it's made out of the outer layer of hacky sack Like purple hair seattle city absolutely but not outside where i was so this bro. He's got a headband. He's kind of built but not really certainly smaller than i am so he certainly way smaller so he did the movie part on the end row of spots landscaping out there. And when you're on the andro sometimes the cart return is like one row or no way too far too far so he takes his card puts it just in the middle of the spot next to his doesn't even put it up on the curb or anything like that and as he does this. I flag him down. He does the menace move. Which medicine supports is. I thought he ignored me. I yeah so. I put the magnet right on his front bumper and he drives off. But i have learned this. This is why seasoning works doing this for years. I've learned to kind of follow him. 'cause sometimes i'll drive away a little bit and they'll stop and they'll get out to remove the minded to see what it is. Lots with. This guy did. But i was right there to get him as seen on the see. Let's see what he has to say to me and my mind that i put on his truck i will stop. Take your car back. You can kiss my ass bitch. Wow um roommate tom. so he's he's living up to the bro stare at people. You can't judge a book by its cover all the time. They'll put that issue my car and you can kiss my ass bitch so now. This is another move that i've developed over. The years is when they took off throws on the ground gets litterbug goes to get back in his suburban. And i pretend. I don't even i don't even take another mags. I carry three or four magnets. I pretend like. I'm putting another imagine on which it's so satisfying where they get out to. Not even they're cow so this is the fake out that he comes to Confront me on sir. also i faked. You didn't put it on their well. Let's take a cart back. It'd be a nice guy that don't have me. She's got two phrases that you got there. I promise you didn't take your guard back. I'll tell you you didn't kurt backs. How about you put your carpet. Got one on the. You're not responding well sir. We've heard that several times engine. I listened to my car. Raja radio oh how can you not putting its feathers up. Yeah let's procreate all he could say kiss my ass bitch and get the like. He's got yes he's got like two buttons he presses. You try to talk about the cards. Always take it back to the cards and this guy was nothing there so i then fake him out again. 'cause he drives down to the other end of the parking lot gets out again because he thinks i put another magnet on. Here's a lot of time. And i confront him their car back back back. You're a good guy right so catch you're gonna get after up because people f- increase not mean necessarily to meantime let remind you once again. How big penis is is like a twelve year old. He's not impressing anybody. Lift here comes just and it was kind of been doing some home body work lifted. Perhaps this who impress you. So unfortunately he did drive away. That made me sad. So we haven't checked the feedback on a while because all these bumper magnets have a phone number on them under. And so either you get called. Hopefully from people like this bro. Who've changed their ways Not yet we're we have one so far but other people will call in folks who are just fans you see the videos in other parts of the country We got some feedback here on the card knocks line. Hi i just wanted to you a little feedback. I've just watched about three or four videos and quickly determined that you were an toll probably slightly retarded and i look forward to you posting a video of you. Getting your ass kicked by one of these mothers. have a great day That his version of the peel out on the wrong side of history. How did you change your voice. I keep on going through. Maybe you'll find some support on their. Let's this guy martin your own business. I was yeah your own business. Mind your own business. That's that's the whole point center lose by littering or leaving your car out. You make your business everyone else's business you're putting your on society. You're the bag. Yeah jerry trying to make society better and we got this call on the carbon arcs. Line of a guy who He gets this people who are instant legal experts. You see this in the videos all the time. So here's here's his His case he's making you know. One of your carton arch is going to be arrested here shortly mile. A police report on him in game. You they are going to be placing a warrant for his red because by law on somebody else's car consider destruction of private property and vandalism and i do openly carry. Oh i won't hesitate to throw something on my car. I will make laughing. You ever will do thanks. What is your bag it on my. What did you see i open. Yeah curious and this other thing. I'm sure police. 'cause i know for a fact supports have been filed on me somehow. I've never been arrested. Army weird flyers on cars and destruction of property is it. Is it do you car. Would you go to what you're gonna do. Mind your own business. Yeah eloquent more. What he shows next. Hang out that thought you know not that thought. Wow anyways so what do you show be back here about. All those cows early crazy forty cows escaped from a meatpacking plant a stampeded into a neighborhood. Deputies managed to wrangle them all well not all of them. They had to shoot and kill one of them that charged at a family. That's going to happen anyway. Yeah cow that charged family actually knocked some of them to the ground sent two of them to the hospital where the protests over that right. The only thing. I'd have to shoot it. They they actually did. They had minor injuries. Two of them because this locale news or locale new You get no other injuries. Were reported turns out. The cows escaped through an open gate at that meeting packing down. Some bedsheets get choppered out right vanessa. Bryant has reached a settlement in a lawsuit against the company that owned and operated the helicopter that crashed in calabasas last year killed koby and gina. The terms of that settlement with island express helicopters are being kept confidential as four island express. They have filed their own lawsuit against the federal government. They are asking to put the blame of the crash on failures. by air. traffic controllers that led a litigation is still ongoing and still pending as well and we were reporting that massive traffic jam and fontana all morning yesterday it was the result of a c. h. Started just after midnight. Officers chased the stolen flatbed truck on the to ten to the to fifteen eventually onto the ten came to an end on the ten after spike strips were laid down officers fired after the truck hit a chp vehicle and the driver was pronounced dead at the seen another suspect. The passenger was taken into custody. We suspected the ten would be closed for a while. Didn't reopen until four thirty yesterday afternoon in the afternoon so yes. It was closed for a while. That's happening kitty. Per this is the woody show. Shell fresh off another round of heart. Newark's monjo business manjural this. You're the bad guy. That's not very nice. Elia they always loved that phrase when it pisses on a tour them when they're doing the wrong thing young utah ignore my bad behavior. I just want with a little feedback. I've just watched about three or four videos and quickly determined that you're an polls and probably slightly retarded and i look forward to you posting a video of getting your ass kicked by one of these other. Have a great day. A herbal. He'll out a proponent of violence. yeah Here's email from ari writes in my husband and i both spend all day on the road and you guys are our daily go to. I have something for the carton. Arc's not only did i find the classic. Let's leave our car in the parking spot next to the cart return but also the lazy bones that just jammed them in between cars two feet away from the return possibly the picture. Yeah so here it is. There's the car crown you see. The car was pushed right up next to the personnel space. Right next to it insane it. Yeah all right now. So power rankings. Number one menace because he makes me feel smart. Oh thank you number two. You're the bomb dot com greg. Second coolest gay guy that we know second to work for i number four fake news dot com your cool and tied for last rayvey. Ciba's suck it. Okay cheers woody. You suck it. That's from ari so you can send your emails email at the woody show dot com. Got a brand new redneck news for the auto show. Your dental plan is a piece of string tattoo. The exhaust pipe of an eighteen to that that is in fact redneck news. Today's redneck news from florida. Where the cops they busted his fellow he was driving on a suspended license and get this his actual name is shaft. Bang adams shabby his legal name. Shaft bang adam. Awesome ambler lever. He's got a long rap sheet guys now in and out of jail for years and this time around the cops arrested him and then down at the jail. They searched him and guess what they found. Nothing a book for meth rocks. Yes they found them. Lehrer pocket hidden in mr shack bangs junk now. Oh i know you're wondering how can dude hide stuff in his junk. How but it makes more sense when you hear that he is uncut and he had the rocks rolled up underneath his foreskin pleasure so he was charged with possession of methamphetamine as the article so cleverly put it introducing contraband into a penal institution without he was hurt. And if you thought where the story ends you'd be wrong. He got out eight days later after posted bond but ended up back in jail a few days after that because the cops caught him cocaine. Yeah i love. His mugshot has his name. Shaft be adams tattooed right across lung cases for law. That's week because he was trying to turn his life around going from crack cocaine. Yeah he's getting milder. Yeah so that is from florida. Where mr shaft bang adams got himself arrested in cobb with meth rocks hidden underneath the foreskin and that is today's red neck good lord. I don't know that would hurt. Areas pretty sensitive you say is the reason to keep your force instead. It's super sensitive. But he the whole time he was just like arabia. I don't think it's the foreskin that is sensitive. I think he just protect your helmet gland underneath the tip of your penis underneath helmet doesn't get like you know calloused and just kind of desensitized time it would. Yeah kids. i can keep your knives sharp putting him in like you get the really good kitchen knives. Kashif bright you know what i mean like you have that kind of the foreskin does to keep yourself sensitive sent more sensitive although i mean i don't know what it's like to be right uncircumcised to work. Well okay. I mean the work well. Otherwise from the foreskin community. We have more what he show for you next thing. We do know some fecal shedding show creating awkward moments between uber drivers in their customer. Since two thousand fourteen way show right back. She has been predicting this and it looks like it's here. The summer of slam at least four women are looking for a hot girl. Summer rabi really while dudes are looking to settle down with something long term. How backwards is that. Is this the upside down. That's interesting according to a survey sixty three percent of men said they're looking for a serious relationship this summer just thirty. Seven percent of women are into that while more than sixty percent say they plan to engage in hot girl summer with a fling or two and make sure you got your. Ud's in lady summers here. How honest people with survey takers know. I always wondered wonder. Yeah but i seems like the laser being honest. Hope so little little more off a little bit more honest than they would be normally right right nothing wrong with that. What your sex number. Seven seems to match up with every other woman we her number. Isn't that weird strange. Yeah it's like it's like they all singer and seeing somewhere like it starting with seven. 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The woody show the latest in entertainment and sports according to rating. And what's happened over there. On the raiders. Being brought to you by man's game then we're going to tell you how to save twenty percents at the end of this tonight. The current longest tenured late night hosts calls it quits. It's the final conan show on. Tv s he began in late night in one thousand nine hundred ninety three when he took over late night from david letterman when he moved over to cbs. Conan's final guest tonight. We'll be jack. Lack black released a video of himself preparing for tonight instead. It's an honor to be the final guest but a lot of pressure to and he's aiming to be one of the best guests of all time conan not retiring still going to be doing his travel show podcast and he's going to host a variety show for. Hbo mask look. I'm excited for the a chance. Look the travel going and it's really good. There are two really big stories. Yesterday i harrison ford injuring his shoulder while rehearsing a fight scene for indiana jones harrison. Ford is seventy eight. A spokesperson for disney said that production would continue while a treatment plan for harrison is evaluated in the filming schedule will be reconfigured as needed in the coming weeks. So yes this sitting down. A lot was everywhere. One and the sentence was always filming on the highly anticipated installment of the series began earlier. This month is anybody. Highly anticipating indiana jones off after three. Anybody like four. The bad one the crystal skulls four. Yeah how how long ago was that one even like a decade. I don't even know. I never even saw years of mouth was so terrible. I am anticipating it only. Because i want to see if it could possibly be any worse than it was ridiculous. It was it was perhaps the worst movie i've ever seen. I was so excited for it to go to preview. Like what are you that it's so bad gravy you have l. greg. Fanta liam neeson. Aren't you a fan of grandad's kickin ass didn't at all so very bad Even spielberg isn't even directing this. Oh no by. James man called the only thing that has me interested. Is that phoebe. Waller bridge is co starring in it. And i like her. God forbid she's the love interest well issue even thirty does not have shy and does not show. that's for sure. And this isn't a first for harrison ford. He injured his back on indiana jones and the temple of doom and he broke his leg on star wars. The force awakens. There's this one scene in the crystal skull. One way that you have to see these two cars. I guess you'd call it a chasing all you have to do in that scene. Stop one of the cars just had to stop. That's it when you see the senior one of them. Just stop well. The good news is that indiana jones kits that Handicapped parking upfront. By the way. I looked it up so when they did last crusade sean connery with the old. He was fifty nine. When came out. Okay he will then the other huge story britney spears and her conservatorship. She asked the court yesterday via phone to end it. She is sick and tired of her father controlling every aspect of for life for the last thirteen years. She said her father made her performance when she didn't want to force during the therapy program. She didn't want and has restricted access to her own kids. She said speaking of kids she would like to try to have another one with her current boyfriend. That's a good idea to go to the doctor and heffer. Iud to that's probably a good thing. She's not allowed to do a lot of shaving. Kit even be in a car with waco. We're she said her father should be in jail for what he's done to her and her family doesn't help her because they're all living off of the conservative. I believe a lot of the stuff that she said because like. She said that she was so drunk that she was just in a state and have a lot of people watch video of her. We've gone were shows. Yeah she just seemed like totally out of it but now when she was off it she made perfect sense. She said she has lied in the past when she tells everybody she's ok and that she's happy she says i've been in denial. I've been shock. I'm traumatized but right. Now i'm telling you the truth and the truth is i'm not happy i can't sleep. I'm so angry it's insane i'm depressed. I cry every day. So i don't know we'll see where it goes from here. But she says she doesn't want to undergo in evaluation. Tablet conservatorship stopped. Because she said she's met with enough people against her will. Yeah everybody else makes more money than her right exactly. The hawks trae young has been a big problem for opposing teams throughout the nba playoffs. Did it again last night against the bucks in game. One forty eight for trae. Young as the hawks beat the bucks won. 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I'll get an unexpected time because the kid wants to see me but when i missed the call because the phones in my pocket or whatever. My girlfriend tweet something. Random that's passive aggressive and aim for me to see sub tweeting the worst like an upset face or confused emoji. Because i didn't answer the phone way. We have the mainly same beliefs aside from social skills and she doesn't think it's rude to step outside for five minutes and take a facetime call to come to comfort a crying toddler. But i do so. I'm asking for ideas to resolve the only major. I see in our relationship so that i'm not on call when i have plans away from home. In a non emergency that is from anonymous well sub tweeting is also to get attention from other people so she can say she's upset with you a form of entertainment. You know if that's what she doesn't you buy an completely passive aggressive. Yeah yeah. I think she's also not really trying to be cool to let you go out and do your thing but i don't think she's very comfortable with it because this is her way of. I think checking in on the cause. While you're there to pull you away to divert your attention. Yeah yeah she wants to. It's because if she was just calling. It had nothing to do with the kit. Which by the way i'm guessing. Not even his right yeah She's using the kid as the excuse to call and check up on him. And i'd be certain that she's maybe instigating the kid to react because the kid decides. Oh let's facetime him. Yeah doubt that yeah like you. She dependent needy and other ways. 'cause like i look my wife for the kids is some some zone all the kids. She handles it right. she doesn't need me right to step in. Or what like. Especially if i'm not there so she's calling me because if something like there's an emergency emergency like the kid is like crime occurred. You can handle the your the mother. This is the only issue though straight up and talk to her about and say i don't like to sub tweets in a you know either. Cut it out. i gotta go. Yeah and from what i gather. They do live together right because he says when i get home together yes let them be out for a few hours. You have to face time. While he's gone for a few hours anonymous included the power ranking show. Power ranking goes. Woody greg sea bass looks with a strong showing this time around. Rayvey cameron randy cameron friend. Doug literate menace scored higher doug. I was on what you guys should get married. No red flags. Yeah all good. This can't be the reason why your last guy laughter. Oh no you should have by the way. That's why i left. Power ranking till last affected advice. Someone said like already sucks right. Rabi would not be ashley off board. This is not a problem. But i should at least have two more kids with Yeah an anonymous email. Hey what he show. First of all we say i love your show today. I come to you asking for advice on my predicament. Every year my family does a backpacking trip. We do about five or six miles a day with everything on our back for a week. It's usually myself my sibling. My father and his brothers and some spouses. So in total about seven people usually end up going however over the years friends and strangers have been inviting themselves to be a part of our trip. We now have one of my uncles friends. And his grown kids and there are three teenage kids going the sheer so in total sixteen people. Now as far as backpacking goes sixteen. People is a lot of finding sixteen places asleep team places to crap in the woods each night. It's really starting to take the fun out of the trip. Also these people that i don't know are real squares last year. Only one teen came and now two more are coming and she brought every electronic device imaginable sat in her ten blasting shows that she had downloaded prior to leaving. Well medicine show smart man. We have tried them for me. Everyone no electrons allowed but still. No avail tried time my uncles that when people started inviting themselves. They need to say no. But they're just too nice show. Speak up at the risk of upsetting. Everybody should i keep my mouth shut until after the trip. Then tell people to get the f out of here in a polite way. I need some help on what to say. Please help me love anonymous in the woods. Just do another trip. Yeah that was my just. Do you do a different trip. Yeah i out. I see i see that you want to spend time with the family but this getting out of control and i don't like it when people go on and invite themselves something even if they're not inviting themselves you know somebody else in. Your party is inviting people and just saying yeah. Cool come right. The more the merrier type of thing oughta go. Yeah and if you tell your family like hey. I want this to be a family trip. Please don't invite. And how is that going to upset them what they see those photos on the graham greg. No house upset your family. If i told my uncle. Hey uncle joe. I want this to be a family trip just us. How would that upset uncle. Joe's not gonna take it. Yeah maybe uncle joe girardi if you wanna make it a family trip. Tell them but that means. Hey your friends are dick's or jerks or whatever. Well that's their problem. But joe likes the sixteen people. 'cause i i look forward to if it's going to be oh we're going to dinner with this couple like i'm looking forward to socializing with that couple and then when you get there and there's another group of people there and they're like oh i can pull up a table. Yeah mean like are puppeteer to pull the chair and they join your table. It's already have a group function and then some rando last minute and don't even know how to act in front of them. Yeah yeah yeah. You're with You're with a group of friends and then all of a sudden they're like oh so my friend so and so is just down the street. I told the come on by. Yeah and it's like the third wheel. Awkward right regime must be super explicit. But she can now because some. Yeah exactly what's run around right now. I can't run my mouth. Don't go on a week long hiking trip. I mean yeah off. It lost me hiking trip. You lost me hiking. They had things called resort trip. Walk around those day or just lie around. We got some more. Woody show helped us coming up for us next if you have a question. Eight seven seven forty four. What either we can be out with. We're always here to help. Eight seven seven forty four. What he said as a tax to over two nine eight seven. One life tile back. There is a new tent city in east hollywood. But this different kind of tent city for the homeless. That's because it is actually sanctioned and funded by the city. It is an eight month pilot program and they're calling it safe sleep village. It's made up of sixty nine. Tenths never put up next to a parking lot north madison avenue and east hollywood at a cost of two thousand one hundred and forty dollars per person per month. Okay okay is going to house. Ninety people get a studio apartment right. It'll have access to showers meals and restrooms also services like counseling. And it's also meant to be a low barrier pathway to stability and more permanent housing each tent gets its own twelve by twelve foot area and safe sleep village will be a fenced off. Campsite area was exactly menace. Why not just have an actual apartment. So silly An earthquake with a magnitude of three point six that struck near desert communities in southern san bernardino county yesterday at one oh six. Pm centered. Thirteen miles north northeast of desert hot springs two and a half miles north northwest of the yucca valley a reports of shaking in nearby communities including twenty nine palms and cathedral city. Point being rayvey get ready because the big one coming in common and it's coming fast. Well how about next week. When i'm away task force there were those big. You remember that. I remember it well. And then this past weekend there was a basketball game against coronado high and visiting team. Orange glen high both san diego area schools coronado high mostly white orange glen mostly latino and coronado ended up winning in overtime and after the game. Their coach j. de la perry was heard yelling. Expletives at the orange glen coach saying get your kids the f. outta here while at least two of the coronado students through tortillas tia's towards that other moons right unbelievable now the latest in that coach. Luke perry is without a job the coronado unified school. Board voted to release them but they took no action against any students. So in a statement. Jd larry the former coach says those actions were unacceptable and racist nature. He doesn't condone that behavior. And meanwhile escondido superintendent they want to bring these students from both teams together face to face to confront each other and have a sincere discussion and also share some sincere apologies so that was making big headlines everywhere. That's what's happening from this. Show the winner of the playoff round for the he show freak of the week month of june representing the month of june twenty twenty one was nominee number one. These sex with bugs author. James absolute shock. No shots i know. How thank you for your boats. Everybody it wasn't even close by the way. I'm sure that's was nominee number three. That was the the grandpa won. Grandpa looking for balance jason. But he's looking very strong in the playoffs. Going real deep with words Checking in on the tech over the to to ninety seven from the six zero nine morning. Show i don't like to get these. This is my last day being able to listen to you in the morning as i started a new job where the radio will not be part of my day. It's called bluetooth ear. Bud light guys will miss you. Try to catch a podcast once in a while scion listening diane listening in morristown new jersey outside of philly always available cast everyday girl. I hate those tax because like you get into. It's your heart is to break into somebody's routine as a show. You know what i mean. 'cause i got their thing and a lot of times like I know especially in you know cities or places that were new. There are shows that maybe you listen to before and yeah okay. So you've checked to show out and people don't like change so they listened to show and they had their favorites right But to be part of that routine even that they're checking it out every once in awhile eventually. I wanna take more and more of that time. That's that's what we aim for. That's our job right. Is it you to listen more right. I hate it when it goes the opposite way where it's like. Oh well now. My whole routine changes. I don't even. I'm not even in the car or whatever in the morning. So i miss your show. Yeah you on the podcast. And that's that's great you know. The podcast doesn't count towards ratings though. Which that's the stuff that you know you can have a billion downloads on a podcast. But like you know if they're not listening to the station or streaming. The station live currently. Yeah one day it'll be painted. Upbeat said there. Are these very small bluetooth. Earbuds there you can get them flesh. Colored having impact hearing eight. 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Hopefully we We continue to grow on you. what is your having fun. I think people put too much thought sometimes in to Like somebody got upset Where was it. I forget where was anything but basically so somebody was upset that i said scissor sisters. Remember the dream pissed. Yeah with a girlfriend was mad at her girlfriend. Rut for dream. And i said it while. She was angry with her scissors sister because they they took. This is like some kind of like homophobic. You know whatever it. I'm like okay. Look Yeah maybe you're new you don't get the tone of the show. Were certainly not homophobic. Or you know anti lgbt. Most we lesbian show. I've ever heard. Do you know how hard it would be for greg to work here if we if we really hated gay people as much as you think that we do. So yeah so it's like you know what is here but having fun is politically incorr- in insensitivity training for a politically correct world. Yeah just Many people questioning on the show. I know but that's what i'm saying is when you listen. This is supposed to just be kind of like. Hang with your friends and just kind of fun. You know casual conversation. I wouldn't really be digging too deep and trying to find meaning behind you know a lot of what's going on you're gonna get it just meant to be To be personality problems and find your to their friends about them at therre validation in life. Yeah true thought of it that way sea bass. It's not only that we don't dislike lesbians. We almost borderline worship them. Even greg as a gay man loves lesbian unhealthy absorbs them like too much. I'd say it's healthy. I agree. I do hate that When people say oh well. I have gay friends although like you said we. If it wasn't for greg working on this show was like. Oh i have a gay friend named greg You know that'd be different. But like i think it'd be very difficult for greg. He's very sensitive person to work if we were the huge flaming homophobes that you think we are so. 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My name is what he that israeli greg morning menace is here. What is what he's sea bass and fake news dot com fort in excel waiver. Here randy is here. Phones are open eight seven seven forty four one eight seven seven forty four forty you can asset attacks over two two nine eight seven. Yeah so this kind of gives you an idea of what's going on the car dealers right now. I'm not sure if you really stop to even notice. I mean if you've been to car you know like normally. I mean it's like There will tickets. But like what i see. A lot of the car dealers doing now is that they have Cars parked along the curb side like the closest to the street. So if you're looking at the dealership passing by you see a bunch of cars of front but it's like when you go on a a tour of like a movie studio the fence awed. It's just the front of the house. There's nothing behind it. Yeah so that's what's been going on because you know with the pandemic and then they were short on chips and you know even like the the rental car companies which is why seagate's has been renting u-haul can rental car because the even the rental car companies during the lockdown they sold off a lot of their inventory and the rental car companies. They sell off their inventory every year. You know but they usually replace them with the new and percent right. Yeah so anyway. They have sold through those. The dealerships have sold through those cars. And so what's happening now is like when they it was new the window sticker price on a let's say like a Tacoma right Like a double cab pickup just under twenty nine thousand so here are two years later in dealers are paying almost a thousand dollars more than that. The by the same car used a. Wow even though it's used and it's all because of this chip shortage that's been going on in the past year used vehicle prices on average have climbed thirty percent suri's prices at record levels. She and this all started last april and may were in factories and all that kind of stuff so they either cut production or limited the inventory or closed up altogether together but they said there was a major fire at a one of the chip factories. But this is a good time if you have extra time and or extra cars in decent shape get on the apps the ever extra money and when inventory goes back up onto the prices are gonna go back down. It'll be you know but if you need a car right now for whatever reason like your lease is up. You're probably better off just buying out your lease. You know what. I mean adler going to get a better deal on that because of prices locked in from when you got the lease you know. They can't negotiate a new price based on the current demand. Right because if you go to buy Another car people were paying over. Ms rpm for the new cars and they're obviously paying more than what you know. Like i said. I got tacoma. Sr double cab. Pickup was twenty nine thousand dollars new and now the dealers are paying a thousand dollars more used. What if what if you car and the dealer does have inventory and you're thinking about trading in your car with it. Be a good time to do this. It would ban. Yeah okay. 'cause you're gonna get more. Yeah okay yeah interesting. Yeah pretty crazy. I mean just with everything that's gone on many random same words. Genesis is a while back. I could not find ground pork. Wanted to make a meatloaf grandpa. And i thought might not finding it finally asked the butcher. I said my not finding the ground pork. We haven't had it for like a month real dude. I try to get zip ties at target like we've been sold out a zip ties. How okay that's strange random shortages. Well how about some random. What is your thought okay. I am a collector of fun facs for pretty much. Everything except for initiating maybe conversation or you're trying to fill us all right so Some random fun facts. Disneyworld is twice the size of manhattan. I believe he parks in florida. Cover forty three square. Miles manhattan is twenty two square miles so so spread spreading. Disneyworld is roughly the same size as san francisco wedged. Isn't that crazy or is it. Hbo walking the name. So much walking The video game. Pacman made three point five billion dollars in revenue as an arcade game which is around us. Seven point seven billion if you adjust for inflation that makes it the highest grossing arcade game of all time just ahead of space invaders and street fighter two. I was so addicted to that game. I bought the book the book i want to do work. I don't think i ever really read Just wanted to have it. No no you left. Then go up. Here's one for menace. There were fourteen dot com that advertise during the super bowl in two thousand. Only four of those are still active. Wow auto trader last minute travel monster and web. Md yeah because there's a huge crash. Octopus octopus octopus. The i believe with think. So when i saw the fact they had written out as octopuses octopus put. I don't know. I think it's occupied. Deplorable would be occupied octopus. Only we had google. Somebody occupied waiting for mr google. Yeah that's your job. October noriyasu pie older. Obviously original eddin octopus says octopus. That's it yeah. It's more common modern term okay. Full octopuses are orphans all of them because the males they die right after they mate and females die right after their eggs hatch. Yeah they don't have really average life spans like three years giant ones my question Weezer first ever gig was in one thousand nine hundred ninety two when they opened four kiana res band dog star author. I king. I remember being in radio station when His band was coming through. And it was like whoa. It was the first matrix movie out yet. I'm not even sure that yet. That was ninety nine ninety nine. When would dog starve. Come through both ninety nine while she just said he said ninety two right. Yeah but i'm saying. I remember like i think it was before because it was like the reference on keanu reeves of like he was in parenthood. Yeah that was the bill. And ted obviously but like yeah remember he was like the The kind of like the loser cher shirt. Ab daddy to That was yeah that and doan. Ted like had nothing to do with matrix matrix kosovo's active from ninety one two thousand two. I'm surprised that we don't have any celebrities doing that. Remember bruce willis try that over guard. he goes eight. It acts bon. Jovi and david bowie. Nice show fun facts. The eiffel tower gets six inches taller in the summer. Because the metal expands from the heat. Because it gets turned on. Yeah it's interesting hot and bothered and they're talking about octopus always painting that the only have ten painters and they only use ten and that's it took the golden gate bridge. They start at one end constant and they repainted and get to the other end. It's time to start from the other. Octopuses octopus is actually still correct. But it's the greek plural because greek older than latin. It's still an accurate floral bastardisation. Thank you see. Thank you this. Show fun facts for you. We'll take a break more. What show is next. But he's a monster. Oh we don't care what he looks like. This is the woody show and continue on here with the hour the End the junior guys. Time to look back the month. That was this month. Dan audio for june twenty. Twenty one c masses the curator. He's the guy in charge of our archive of all of our get through so many different clips for different things whether it's a batch red or a dui or you know different Stuff from the news happening and so some of our favorites from this month. What do we have sea bass. We have a lot of concerts restarting especially outdoors. And i know you guys were probably at the boone river valley festival in iowa was just to see motley crue in vince. Neal and them get more. Fortunately his his voice isn't holding up any better than the rest of the body body raw and he had a called off during one of their signature songs awesome. That's my favorite part. Yeah yeah like all backing tracks. Yeah isn't there not a way for like the guy the soundboard like hold on man. He's going off script. Can we like stop the backing track. Isn't that weird bands playing the backing track. The whole time if his voices that sean once he stops to be shot to tell the crowd like hey man we should probably kill the backing track right and he said it like all rock and roller. Hey sorry got to tuesday later on this after the weasels going to help you get the lead out today right before diesel later on this. Evening has mandatory metallica. Take a nap. Oh yeah all right this month and audio people are still angry about the shots. The vaccine they're going to you know local meetings in fact. This is in ohio. Their health board dr. Well fake doctor. My opinion sherry ten penny was talking about how the shot is doing some some weird things between the stuff they put in your arm and the stuff you on your cellphone. There's been people who've long suspected that there was some sort of an interface to get to be defined in the interface between. What's being injected in these shots and all the five g towers not proven yet. That eventually you don't know now wait. What did you say she was a doctor. Doctor of osteopathy which is owned dr. Not that's not an md like a medical doctor. This dc doctor of chiropractic that's a. Do i believe we had a bunch of people. All those are real lagers. And i'd never heard this before. So i did look it up. And they do go through like they get their. Do and a lot of them do go. Through a normal rotation so they kind they straddle the line between fake doctor in my opinion chiropractors and real doctors. But as you just heard. If you're thrown out five conspiracies that puts you trust in your skills right. i'm not trusting the d. and the. Do but this other lady who showed up who identified as a registered nurse key leaky this. She's got some keys which apparently are brass. Which wouldn't be magnetic anyway. Talked very nervous so she has like a little layer of of sweat moisture so she sticks one key on and the other one somehow despite being magnetized by her vaccine shot. Yes doesn't hold up. You were talking about dr ten pennies testimony about magnetic vaccine crystals. So this is where i found out. So i have a key and body here explained to me. Why the key sticks to me any questions. The key sticking nedic vaccine crystals. these people should not be sticking not sticking. Any questions. didn't prove my point into my first question. How did that your point. Yeah what planet are you from how they put they inside of them for like. If you give people shots in houston hold on. You walked around in public right. Yeah i have a question. How do you look in the mirror. Knight. where's your pride keeping from going outside produced how this month in that clip. We have played on the area. This guy this guy walter masterson. He's a he's a very good troll. I give him a on trolling as a professional troll myself. He went to a anti vaccine rally and he did the hold. I'm going to be on your side. But not really. So he's got a megaphone. He's he's marching with the anti vaccine. It's one of your favorite move Love that move so he goes in there and he pretends to be on the anti vaccine side medical professionals plus my roommate who is a personal trainer. Ej herbal medicine scheme. People are getting medical advice from personal trainers people. That's how do you try this way before sea bass worked on the show. This is one of the first things i've i've seen. I've seen his work. At the time where he had gone member of the occupy wall street people and gone down to the occupy atlanta gathering or whatever and so there is with a megaphone. I'm a who. Is this psycho going into the you know lines. And so he's he's like you know this is while the police were kicking them out. There's all kinds of all kinds of crap going on. Yeah and and so. Like i guess to like if you wanna say something or whatever can get people going on something. You gotta go mike check. Raise the people's microphone because everyone repeat what you say so my checks of their sea. Best my check my check. And then he's These dirty hippies and then the crowd turned on him. i thought he was gone. Like all my god. This guy's gonna get killed. Killed the agent provocateurs. One of my friends most favorite moves dirty hippies mic check on people menace little buddy has we say here gave us some great clips this this month including uh us talking about a lady who had read an email or whatever about how she listened to the podcast on a fast speed so she can get through it on our workout in menace had a question about that listen at one time speed and it sounds normal or yak. Not one and a half. That's real regular time the one time. Yes oh really. Yeah yeah hold on your special guy that just happened. Is this real life. it's weird and also was also doesn't make any sense because it'd be you know one up from zero okay. What we'd like zero would be regular speed question. What would time speed be then twice as fast so is one time not white one time as fast as same hundred percent is should be slightly faster one you go to a volume. It's at zero. Well shocked that you thought that y you're looking on your your literate alex dawn. I always thought it was slightly fast. What's what's point. Seven five slightly faster than zero zero. It'd be no spitting euros youtube. Every platform has these options. Yeah always thought it was slightly faster not play. Just being honest we have another one for menace. dui q- question about for father's day paternal versus maternal. What's the difference between maternal and paternal. I'm just going to say. Hey one is just one and one of the two outlets right. Were still show one time speed and it sounds normal. Yuck not one and a half did that. That's real time the one time. Oh really a word for real now. Welcome back to the what his show. We're going through this month in audio does the month of june twenty twenty one. What are we have seabed. Well this guy is this lobster. Catcher claims that he wall in providence de la. He was out lobster catching hoya a whale came and swallowed him. Whether or not you jona not you believe him. I don't and we don't. His tail is sure sexy and everything went black. And all i could feel was just muscle and skin all around me and all of a sudden i was thrown from his mouth. He was shaking his head trying to inject me out of that was unnecessarily sexy swallowed. I was on team not believe but then a guy from new zealand legally a Like a scuba diver. Whatever has photos of him not being fully spoiled but kind of half swallowed by a like. It's in his mouth and he's flout oh oil just the tip right so nice impossible. Yeah this guy. Or but. I don't believe him other sexy audio we had this month was the speaking of which new zealand competitive under. She had this giant two pound burrito here goes i know and i hear people eating. I can't it's disgusting. She's going added and she breaks her own record. Yeah and you know what it's again. You found this sexy joel. The opposite of joe. You seem you turned on. I'll play along with. Yes i thought it was. I do love. Oh my god you love is love watching chick you love down a worthy of a burrito minute. Revised that two point five pounds eighty-one seconds yet crazy. And it's never the people that you think. I should do that kind of stuff. God is all tiny. He's not like a big fat bastard. Yeah but here. She is three to one guys. That was my time. One minute twenty. One i get excited. Yeah get that excitement fast. Why no you couldn't yeah. We see them. Take down a burger and four. Bytes gone love being fascinated. Randy was just telling me something about. They were out to eat. And where's where's where's randy bring random. Hey randy stop not talking issues observation. More like observational. Hold on because we've all experienced it like addison menaces play. Did you ever put like food down in front of a dog. And they're just like you're going to sleep just with me get outta there look. I get roasted by everyone. Here we love to roast each other. And we're we're in there hanging out in menaces talking to us and he's eating a breakfast burrito and you can tell us really hungry so he's explaining stuff to us and he starts choking on his food and trying to talk to so and so and so he'd be clear to enjoy his breakfast but this is room mood right down. I'm trying to enjoy his burrito. And so i'm trying really hard not to laugh because i don't want to come off as dick breed and talking and then he'd be choking and be like oh man like i'm trying to enjoy his burrito but do the impression that i got. Okay all right. So he's eating his eating and then it'd be like it was the worst so what happened was i didn't eat all morning and was starving and then we had breakfast retail in the first bite of this breakfast radio. You know how it just hits you the wrong way. It goes down your cheshire. It would just like sandpaper down my throat and i could not stop coughing. You are still powering. Suck watching you download like a cold brew and stuff then right the second. I thought it was okay. Our is accurate now. Starting to back up again ignores that all of that advice about like you should chew each bite. Food like between and forty times depending on what. You're eating statkraft. You gotta get. Whatever you're doing looking at you. Yeah you gotta get twitter. I'm so busy. How do i eat a burrito. Nba my phone at the same time. I can't do it this rita this month in audience. Speaking of fun times we had the kentucky t ball game fights on where i don't know you know what as play the audio you see if you could figure out what the hell happened. Like thirty different adults had to get into a t. Ball game started throwing blows kids Kids maybe you can't trust him. Yes i had an incident. The flag football referee should be ashamed. I wasn't even cursing. We have a baby at the flag. football games. Kids nephew did. Oh words are part of the problem. I know This month an audio Perp walks guys. Who were arrested for stuff. That did very smart thing of talking to the news. After they were arrested this jeffrey mechanics in mobile alabama. He and his buddy who ever thought to allegedly be stolen co stealing cars and he talks to the news anchor as he's leaving the if i had a woman come old but i took it because going told me to go do everything i still. I still your heart. Maybe on help me do everything he helped me get away from google yet ponies. We go okay sport. Tell them you're marginally. I'll steal the police car. The news reporter was so yeah. It's a good thing i'm not wearing. Panties slid right off. Let's get another one here this month and audio's guy arrested because he allegedly pulled a gun on a starbucks drive-thru worker because allegedly didn't have cream cheese for his bagel now. That draft worker happened to be the daughter of the chief of police. Oh she of course knew what to do and he was caught for allegedly brandishing that now he had some words again smart for the news after his arrest broke. Always go to dunkin. Donuts never starbucks okay so called pro tip. Yeah he took the opposite. He didn't say. I steal anything and everything he said. No you're all allying on top of that. Yup by the way all those are some of our favorite clips for the month of june this month and audio. Everybody was a very strong quick break. Go down a two plus pound burrito and we'll be right back now turn it up on the radio. The latest in entertainment sports according to rayvey. What's happening over there on the radars being brought to you by manscaping will tell you how to save twenty percent at the end of this report. So did you guys see mark. Hobbes's announcement started tweeting about because apparently there was an accident where he released a post. Those supposed to be private Because you can do that on instagram. Working to have like a small circle of friends right opposed but it went to the public so he may well. He's the basis for blink. One eighty two in case you're on shore and he revealed that for the past three months. He's been undergoing chemotherapy because he has cancer because he's like he's always been such a cool guy for i don't know how long long blink a ban He said for the past three months. I've been undergoing chemotherapy for cancer. I have cancer and it sucks. And i'm scared and at the same time i'm blessed with incredible doctors and family and friends to get me through this. I still months of treatment ahead of me. But i'm trying to remain hopeful and positive can't wait to be cancer free and see you all at a concert in the hopefully elite near future love to you. All travis barker said whoa to mark is my brother and i love and support him. I'll be with him when every step of the way on stage and off and can't wait for us to play together soon. While tom delonge tweeted. Mark is strong and a superhuman who is pushing through this difficult obstacle with a wide. Open heart now. Nbc universal is trying to give a bump to their streaming service peacock and they are using the olympics to do it. Peacock is gonna stream. Men's and women's gymnastics men's and women's track and field and men's basketball live. Okay so while. This will still be part of nbc's primetime olympic coverage on peacock. They're streaming it live so if you're a big fan you watch delay. We'll tokyo is thirteen hours ahead of new york. Sixteen hours ahead of los angeles so all the news is out when you're going to watch nbc's primetime coverage but now you can watch these events live. Some are free like gymnastics and track and field or free but men's basketball of about the same. Because i was like oh basketball. Really move the needle. Well it's going to be on pika premium so you have to pay for that if you would like to live sin interesting strategy should make. Nba players committed to the olympic team. Included kevin durant damian lillard devon booker. Jason tatum bradley. Beal bam adebayo. Kevin love dick draymond. Green khris middleton jrue holiday and jeremy rant so these companies that have like such a great idea and then they just do one little thing to mess it up. Don't put a paywall. I'm the payback. You wanna promote this app. Yeah that's true. There is a lot of excitement around the olympics but a lot of excitement is going to be taken out of the olympics. Viewing experience possess. We've been talking about spectators only from japan venues at fifty percent capacity. They must all wear masks and they're not allowed to cheer that's super yesterday. They have to stay quiet Because in theory less cheering means fewer particles in the air unless covid being passed around japan released a thirty two page playbook for athletes and their support teams. Some of the fun includes cannot visit. Tourist areas shops restaurants origins. Not allowed to attend. Events adds a spectator allowed to use public transportation unless given a lesser given special. What about the pokemon cafe. You can't do it and you room must be ventilated every thirty minutes. I don't think it's a big thing in japan. Because have you ever watched japanese baseball game. They don't share out. There just isn't but it will be a weird if you're used to viewing the olympics and there's a ton of excitement around the olympics do present capacity stadium. It's going to be weird. this fun so. Hbo has boot of gossip girl. That's coming out on july eighth and the creator say the teen characters. This time around will recognize their privilege in a way that the old series didn't thank god. Because i was watching it. I figured like you know what would make the show. Even better is if they would recognize their position. There was the show. Runner says that the new characters are aware of income inequality and quote. Take uber's not limos and they're mostly not rude to service workers he also added. I think the i gossip girl showed a little bit of wealth porn or privilege porn like look these cars This time around gossip girl gonna have more substance guys hope so all right so yeah we're awash amended of awesome viewing experience coming to hbo. Max on july eight on the radar is being brought to you by manscaping. summer's coming. Are you ready to unveil your beach. Bond you're in luck. 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You're gonna find are the least open minded reminder. That's a straight fire just noticing it more these days. Yeah just throwing it out there also like the people talk about how much money they have or like you know. What a big weiner they have the more they brag about something or how All right thank you very much. Greg gory. Woody thank you so much for giving the what it shows some of your valuable time this morning. You know we love it appreciate you for that the rest of the guys could suck it and we will catch back here tomorrow. Have a fantastic day. Smd wm quit is bitch.
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You're talking it really is. It's the movers do the literal heavy lifting in this job, but you get up at the crack of dawn to be ready for the movers who are going arrive early because it's a long day for them, yeah, my movers showed up at seven. They left at nine o'clock at night. They had a whatever fourteen hour day it was. A is a grueling long process to everybody involved and era. That's if you've had that. If you have packed and you are appropriately ready for your movers, which I think a lot of people aren't there still packing. They're packing stuff up and everything else I'm telling you. They know there's more to this job. Just. Sitting back in the lazy boy, until they moved that and pointing going. Yeah, you move this. You moved out there. There's them telling you. There's a lot going on so long day. It's Yeah, it's. It's led Zeppelin Aska would imagine good times bad times. Where the good times you're moving into a place, you have purchased your excited about Jira raise your baby toddlers in this new spot, and then the bad times I. Guess would be part of what you laid out, but what you're what what you're failing to recognize is he is moving from a seven hundred square foot, two bedroom place. I always loved that one so. So, they might not. Know he's not. He's moving from a legitimately Nice House to to a better house, but I got a basketball surprise guy with nine twenty. He's basking that great radio money the the surprise at nine twenty. Yes, involves a friend of mine who works in the sports industry I believe you know his name least I'm hoping you do and something. I saw on twitter this week. That I thought was Quirky and funny and Legit, and it involves the Minnesota Timberwolves. Average okay looking forward to it as part of the Timber Tek set list courtesy of Timber Tech Dot Com. If you need a new deck or you want to get rid of that dingy debt, good timber tech dot, com and say would up match you ready for that nine twenty piece of course with the Maxwell Fuller and Um with the the his proclivity to follow. A certain sport that we don't follow The docker this wake now now I'm actually following soccer right now, are you? Yeah, it's it's it's a long story. It might be a hit and run. It might be a hit and run given. It is the first professional league I mean whether you you. We lay it out. However, we want manny. Maxwell loves them, so he loves UFC. I mean that's that version of a professional bit. Yes, like it's part of Pro Sports, but I mean when you lay out like the Pantheon of popularity or or the nine to noon core four with the NFL MBA Gel Melby. MLS. GonNa crack that top four for me, but. Yours truly has a certain degree of respect. We will call it a high level of respect for the brave souls, pushing through the purge and providing professional sports on networks known as ESPN AND ESPN two. Yes, so I got I have massive respect for them a. they pushed through the purge i. mean they're doing the best they can ma'am like. There's a team in mls that they have a tournament in Orlando Right. Right now, so like. I think there's a game on right now. There was a game on yesterday during nine to noon between Wiessee APP see in the Philadelphia Union the Minnesota Wild of soothes me. Minnesota United play Sunday believe at seven o'clock, so these are pro teams, and there are WS, als and dis draws tied to it, so they count brave souls because they go to that Orlando bubble get. Now, the week leading up to these games. A team is bitten so badly by the virus. They bought out ballot out FC Dallas right now like day one. There was a game Orlando and Miami on ESPN and the second game was was postponed. Because Nashville bit so something called. National FC Nashville Thanksgiving bounced out of his Mug. They're out I. Think they are too like you're out the MVP of the League. Okay. The MLS version of Patrick Mahomes Carlos Vela for l.. Week up to the game. I'm going why why? Spreading got just too much on the line here I. had complications and stuff I'm not going. That's fair, so brave. Souls are pushing through it so therefore. I'm not I'm certainly a main it's it's like I'm not pretending to be the male version of kindred de Saint, Aubin or the guy with red hair who analyzes like every soccer match over the last ten or fifteen years? I don't even know his name. I don't either lexi lawless probably. Right here. The goalie for the United States Olympic team for. Years, so I'm not trying to like pretend I'm channeling that in or whatever yeah, but when? As they distraction factor pro sports, if you WANNA watch for three minutes or three hours. At least it's there. You don't have to beg for it. You don't have to follow news stories every single day. Saying Oh what's GonNa Happen to the Brooklyn Nets. Spencer Spencer Dinwiddie Cova Out what about these players in the NBA, late in the month and big day to day in the NHL by the way Big Day nhlpa today is ratification day. The NHLPA is like signing off on the ABC like the dotting the I's and crossing the TS, and then they August first crack open in Edmonton and Toronto trying to get the Stanley Cup. They're just. There are a lot of distractions and moguls and row and pot holes and proverbial potholes and stuff like that long way. MLS made it i. mean it's Barry. manilow looks like we made et when they got to Orlando so I got a lot of respect for those brave souls, and to make it that much more fun. Couple of Tuesday's ago when the techie Aaron Glenn was in studio with Oregon's. Yeah, we're like hey, let's do away winner. Take all two hundred dollars. A person MLS Orlando a ornament pool. Let me guess. Nordahl came up with that plan because he needs to. Tip is movers. I did I came plan at fifty. A person soccer guy the producer. Like we make it to betty dead, I'm like cool. Let's let's give it. A try has got hustled. What happened there? Wasn't a little more closely Bergey, so so we agreed to the two hundred piece, okay, techy, very smart, gleaming, very smart. He's going to put in the research time I put in the research time to. And and we assumed Nordahl did or maybe he just went top because he's quote. Soccer Guy in quote and felt he was prohibitively favored into the thing so like within the last three three and a half weeks this Patrick Mahomes of MLS Carlos Vela yeah. It it was known for like three and a half weeks. They GONNA go, yeah! Northern took him with the second overall best. No Right Oh. You didn't draft teams drafted players both Oh. Yes, so we're now. These brave. Souls are pushing to the purge. We've financially are going to be right there with them now. That's why you're watching soccer 'cause you got. Down the line we each got eight teams and we each got three. Players I odd call them skill. Guys and we've got one gully art, so I like this format. How about this I actually know at seven o'clock this evening, my goalie for the Seattle sounders on national television with the live sporting event with the wwl or a D., so shoved up your butt. Does the ironing in your. House. That nobody. There is no I don't I. There's no ironing in your household. There's also no dry and know. What do you mean you have a drier? No well I'm very particular about this is and I actually taught Aaron gleaming four months ago five ago when he was in Fort Myers out to do laundry because he was never done these exit grown adult man, he's never done his own laundry. He what he what he had done was, he would put all of his clothes and one of those green hefty bags, and you know I'd say once. Every ten days dropped him off at his mom's I. Always love now all I have no idea, but he will eat you. Mom Mom should not be facilitating this. He was apoplectic one day from Fort Myers about getting his laundry done, so then I put him on, and this is not Hashtag ad. I have never endorsed and probably never will endorse tied. But the tide orange. Way Too abrasive on clothing, and in my opinion, okay, the tied in the white containers, the free, gentle, free, clear clear, I think it's called something called free and gentle can live free and gentle. And so therefore you start with that, so then everything is soft when it comes out of the washing machine then into the drier five minutes six Max, get out those rankles and then air dry, and then you hang those bad boys up. Yeah, and if it's nice outside, and it's not all sticky and stuff, then you get like that that nice outdoor smell and stuff hopefully virus free. So why do you ask about who earns my because? You're going to watch all Seattle sounders talking about you're GonNa Watch. Seattle sounders soccer. Yeah, tonight. You got to have something else to do. You can't nobody just sensors and watches soccer. It's what else you're doing. You're doing the main thing you're doing it like ironing. It's golf, ask. It is like golf. It's GonNa ask it is. The the beauty of it is you only have to look up when somebody gets excited. When you hear the voice, break the monotone. Then then he doesn't know you can. You can look and go. Oh, what's happening? He doesn't know, does he? He doesn't know about the nets. Now, I know either so we can't can't blame him I. Know what you're talking about this is Okay. There's an a section disclaimer somewhere within the system. Absolute idea where big boy, but I'm look for a couple of seconds before I utter what I'm about ready daughter. You gotta be a bleeping me. That's not okay. This I can't find this in no way. is to compare. Naievty Nave naievety writing. This is a no way to compare the Co. hosts naive naievety with the sounds of soccer or lack thereof to. Tony Dungy's reaction to those lambasting drew brees for what he said about the flag, and then he doubled down on on grandfather, and everybody came out him. Saying that's cool. guess what happened to my grandfather when he came back, he got all this stuff. You with me on that, Maxwell of course. He has to be able to say what he just said, so we can educate. Man. He asked you. All asked to be able to say what he just said so. Can teach him and educate him. It's a learning opportunity for me, but NATTA sound in the soccer games. Yeah, we played like three minutes on the radio yesterday. It was during the Philadelphia. NYC AFC clip. Yeah, it is so different than anything you've ever heard in your life. Because even in soccer games, even soccer matches say you happen to fall into a soccer match in the show and the chance and the singing and the whole thing again, obviously dead. No, Vance. The GNAT? Sound as we say in the business of the foot striking the ball. Yeah, the whistles. Yes, the birds, okay, the players yelling during the game. YEAH ESPN on a seven second delay. We heard. Twice in no fewer than ninety seconds, coaches players looking at players arrests going what? Wow and then so, and the is better than it's better that here all this better a better experience. We reformed him then they listening to your monotone boxes that nothing's happening. happening nothing's happening God. Mom! A goal soccer's, we knows a bigfoot sighting. So this is how fast we were playing yesterday. We were so immersed with the foot, striking the ball, the coaches yelling what they? But the F. Gets bleeped, yeah, the players yelling at each other. which which is the inner workings of the Audio of this are unbelievable? That's great stuff you never. We'll see. I want to hear that. You had to be able to say what you said, so. We can reform and teach you. But We we listened to it and were emergent. We were immersed by it, and and and we were playing it on the radio straight from TV, so we got to go to break of course eight seconds and to break. bigfoot sightings may sports of breaking go on. The chat greenway on the nine to noon show today forty five minutes from now courtesy of Grey Duck, spirits and grey duck vodka, a basketball related surprised for the CO host around the corner We'll see if he likes it. And also given is the Friday football feast with P. A. and charge mega football mega NFL offered up today nine to noon. It is a Maxwell Fuller production I'm Paul Allen. Ball charging is the CO host and Mr Fuller. Has that cash thing? It's time for a shot to put a grand in your hand with our national cash contest text the Keyword Fun. That's keyword fun to two, hundred, two, hundred to enter standard text, message and data rates apply good luck everybody nine to noon. We'll be back to the fan. Bass. Bah! Staticy is it you it is I fall for you. Yes, charge. I'm good, but I don't know who I'm talking to. This is This is my friend Dave. Handle Linda. known as Super Stats Day, What? What's your twitter handle? It is at Super Dave Oh. Yeah, super, Stats Day right I'M GONNA go check out stats Dave right now. Don't don't because. You'll see the bit sold on your. David not only is A long standing friend of mine Racetrack train. He's picked by pick four pick six senior spotty train, so he gets that facet of our lives is also the statistician for Alan Horton on WCTC, O or Timber Wolves. Own Game Out and here I thought Allen was just. That's smart naturally. Own No no. I mean we off the microphone sometime or off? The radio sometimes staticy. I I would like to chat with you about like the difference between NBA. stats like doing what Poopie Dave does for me with with the Vikings, radio network and just like compare the complexity, but that's but but going through the complexity or lack thereof of certain statistical breakdowns during live sporting events is not the reason we asked I asked DADS to. To call stats, you're still close. You just calls. You just call super stats. Dave staff is stats. These stats waddady watch a staticy. Paul Allen is doing I'm good. How are you Paul next Wednesday five stakes racism chasing that pick five pretty hard. What about you? Oh, it's going to be great Mike Maker floor drew coming in. It's always fun when the invaders come into Canterbury and try to get some of the best of. Of the locals and local strata, prove their worth and take them down, so have good success doing so David, not only working with the T. Wolves, radio network, and and hord new does fantastic work as a solo vox He likes when things go well for the timberwolves all right so now we have this or Landau return to play bit which is taking place in late July yeah timber. Wolves obviously are not part of. Of that, but the Brooklyn Nets are so I'm just gonNA. Lay It out right there. I saw this on twitter earlier in the week. And I thought not only. Was it really clever, but it has some legitimacy to it, and it plays into the future of our favorite NBA team. Becoming better faster did I. Lay that out nicely. Stats that are the beautiful out there. You said to me well, you you Stephen asked me. Okay with me without with me, being stockton and you being Malone. Close on it and dunk tell us about your tweets and how it plays into the timberwolves. All right so for the catch several is the new Brooklyn. That's all the timberwolves a first round. Could happen this year or next year? Yeah, it's protected if it's protected, lottery protected. The Nets have been completely decimated with injury. There's GonNa. Be No horie no Kevin Durant. No, deandre Jordan notorious and green Noel Spencer. Now we're looking to fill the roster. They just dust. Jamal Crawford right and Michael Beasley Right. They just signed Jamal Crawford. who hadn't been an NBA this year, so he's forty. He'll be the oldest player there anything. They signed Michael Beasley as well so we got a former wolves. On the net and trying to keep the nets in playoff contention. To get started draft pick, which would be probably my fourteen fifteen sixteen area. Where if that goes into the next year, durant will be back high really back to be a twenty some pick next year right so we've got these guys but man. You look at the nets roster. Then it's going to be. The wizards are the ones that are trying to catch him, and the wizards have been equally decimated where they've got no no Bradley beal. Dowell John Wall so they've got. They're gonNA depend on Shabazz Napier. Who is a wolves player this year? Yeah. It's GonNa. It's GonNa. Be Fun style of along where rooting nets to lose. Now No, we're rooting for them to win. Yeah, we they can. They lose badly enough to get out and get into the lottery. We need former timber wolves like as Maxwell calls him. Be Easy and Jamal Crawford to go out of body. Make every shot have them when every single game and then we get We get their first row. Okay, great the. Yep We need we need the nets to make the playoffs? Seventy. And then get bounced immediately and then get bounced immediately with. They're gonNA, be taking. Crapshoot a roster I'll be taken on Milwaukee, so that won't be much of a bunch of a test, but we just need them to make an in their. So the one catch on this is so each team only plays eight games in this bubble scenario. And right now the nets are six games up as the seventeen over the nineteen wizards. saw. The catch is if the night seat is within four games of the eighth seed. They do a best of three plane series. But the eighth seed only has to win wants the nineteen would have to win twice. Okay, that's fair so. The has the advantage where they only have to win one game where they have to be where they would have to lose twice otherwise. Yeah, but we. we I doing with these Rogers I don't WANNA get into that scenario and actually Washington in Brooklyn play second game. Of the of the start up again, so that'll be actually pretty big game. Could be like one of those things are both teams are trying deludes or With the with the way laid out that potential playoff scenario and like X. amount of games in front of the nine seat. Hold on. Can you repeat the part of this stuff where you said all about the things so bottom line per your tweets. We need bees and Crawford to represent the timber wolves colors beautifully go lights out with Carousel, avert and Joe Harris draining for as in the bubble from the corner, so so Gerson Row Saas can have two first round picks, and we can expedite rebuilding the BI CH-. Is that a fair way to put it? Ding Ding Ding! Yes, that is a very fair way to put one catch. Michael Beasley. is suspended for five games and. Of course he is at any given time. Michael Beasley suspended for five games for substance abuse. Games suspended. Work. Staticy your text. You sent me this morning. Burke was on the radio, nine to noon on Wednesday and I don't know where it. Yeah, here. Here's where it came from the burke bit was in new. York City charging doing some super secret private NFL consulting tied work. Yeah, I, think he's still. He's still connected to the NFL front. Awesome. He might be so he's there and like you know nyc. Do you like it and everything? And then he, when he went ten gentle and brought up something he had watched recently a documentary on on Netflix on Stefan Marberry called a kid from coney island I'd never heard of it. Stats is loved. Covenant raised in, trained. Trained, so he was listening at the time and I understand. You did a little scouting on this on this documentary, a kid from Coney Island. What did you think stats? Oh, I absolutely loved. It watched it last night and everything that burt said was completely true like I. There was a lot of stuff stuff that you heard about that kind of at the time, but didn't really know in CNN. It was so stuff stuff like a key. He was like the producer of it, so it was a lot of his family talks like the first hour, and then kind of his redemption story where he when he goes to. China and he kind of sees the love that. He kinda probably been craving his entire career. They finally gave him the love that he wanted, but it was. It was fascinating to see. There's a tweet that I sent out. It was Bob Costas. Cagey and step way back. In cost US completely poke the bear of bringing up like the finances of Gardenet, money and players aren't gonNA. Get their money, and you see Cagey and seth both look at Costas of like come on, Dude. Why are you asking that? Wait Cagey gives tosses just as coal block of at I raised this. Is this thing a whitewash Marbury career and his in his juvenile decision to abandon this team when they had? Like we were going to have a great duo, and maybe trio for the better part of a decade, but martyrs ego was so ridiculously ought to control. The couldn't stand being the second highest played played player and his team, the second most beloved player and his team, and he bailed on us, and if this documentary is GonNa Whitewash that out why you gotta harsh the mellow. Why? Why after suggest they changed the name of this documentary to a kid from Coney island why? Don't the search. They didn't really actually do that. They they kind of got into it saint, they brought up the cagey money factor, and then they. The other thing that they've brought up was that when Cagey came your as a kid, he brought his family and friends with. Bruins stuck came. He came along was kind of family, so he wanted to get here right away and then Kinda the mitigating factors of the money issue along with. Along with not early, having a family here in wanting to get back home, all kinds of combined together, and then that's when the trade happened and. That, but then it's talked about like as his run their. Brooklyn or New Jersey? Phoenix and then the Knicks and even his family members, saying like you know what coming back. Your wasn't the this like a kid from here come into play for the Knicks and the greatest thing you get pulled all these directions people want all this and it kind of that's kind of spiraled out of control staticy. Thanks for the levity on twitter this week. It is at super stats. Dave is my main man Thanks for the review on a kit from coney. Island. delmar starts today. No, you'll be all over that best of luck with that and I'll lousy at the racetrack relatively soon. Okay, all right take everybody back up. Appreciate his stats. So that was your basketball surprise just how they're actually is something that involves be. And Jamal Crawford, yeah, that can impact Gerson row sauce, which subsequently impact the local basketball team, which subsequently impacts nine to noon. I don't even want this whole Chicago eighteen going to Chicago that have no reason to play and no reason to risk injury. You know the other teams. I have no idea what you don't okay, so maybe you've missed this, so the playoff relevant teams are all. All going to Orlando to their bubble all the different. Yeah, that's what Barreiro was talking about this. The other eight teams are gone Chicago to do what's Oh. Come on risk injury to key players. It's it's so dumb I honestly I I hope no relevant wolves even plays in these games as much as I would like to see basketball, and even see the timberwolves play. This season's over. It's not in my mind. A valid sort of world championship for whoever wins this thing in Orlando, let alone whatever whatever their hypothetically playing for in Chicago. which isn't anything all I WANNA do is get out of that without having a setback or an injury to a player that I need to perform at a high level announce. Yeah, with this extra pick. We're going to get from. Brooklyn tracked all. I WANNA. Do was Zoom Zoom Zoom Nine, thirty, three nine to noon greenway twenty five minutes from now PA in charge return. Thank. You Sir. Good. Does Go. Back A. Bad Name Place Gil Scott Heron blue? Scott Heron you'll Scott Hair I think he's a fullback for the Vancouver whitecaps skill, G., I. L. L., g. l and then Scott Herren. He's a legend. Yeah, what in singing poetry man get Don't stop the Music Max. he's also an Afro Hall of fame. He's got. Now. That is unbelievable is a prodigious and by the way I think he's a guy who got better looking as he aged. I'm looking at when he's got some of the gray and the monks. No, he looks great he does. Maxwell has we. We don't I. Don't argue so. We didn't argue but like Monday, the the old school soul music loving are Embi knowledge and passion I have kind of clashed a little bit with Maxwell. H Twenty six I mean he really knows a lot about our MBA music, and just kind of blew me away, so he was tasked with providing. Non Obvious R&B or Soul Music this week that he would think I have not heard which I did for one week ago. Today emailed me I, mean he? He nailed it. I mean from Jamiroquai. You and I know who Jamiroquai is, but I like didn't know the songs he was plane to like this. He played music from an album. That was called invasion of the booty snatchers. Laughed you. It's gotTa be seventy. S Era. Is it was a Groupie? Oh, yeah, yeah, was it? George was the parliament. funke delic that sound. Used to work with parliament they do. What's the name of the band of? I think partly, but it's spelled like part lower lay, yeah, with the T at the end I'm like well. Where'd you get this? He goes and album called invasion of the body snatchers. Bowel after. And a half years of the overused Shaving Ryan's privates reference. Time to freshen that up a little bit. Yeah, I did. It's called invasion of the booties. PGA what. What are you gonNa Watch tonight invasion of the booty snatchers. Max. So at this time last week, I sent a song from the late sixties early seventies. r-and-b-soul guy from Chicago, who ends up dying super young named Baby Huey. Are you familiar you're? So if you would. Next break. Let's come back with the baby huey now. Because that's where we can't talk about it when you mean going going call ups and Baby Huey Right now so we've got plenty of time. CHANGE IS GONNA. Come is I think probably the the biggest hit that he had although that is a That's a cover. Yeah changes can come. I can't remember this all school it is. His Baby Huey is an ascending arm. BE STARRED IN CHICAGO. That everybody thinks is going to make the big big jump. Yeah, and they record. He records this album. That ends up being fantastic. And he's got this big voice, but he's four hundred pounds, and before the album gets released, he suffers a heart attack and he dies. Yeah, and that ends up snuffing out. What would have been potentially an amazing career? Yeah, it when you when you eat texted or emailed that to me. took me about a day and a half to get to it, but then. Then when I did when I wrote you back, I'm like damn man. A thanks for thinking may be. It was a pleasure listening to this. Cover the song and see after reading up on on Baby Huey. I didn't re- I. Don't know why I neither see like Maxwell knew who it was see saw I may have met my match, not only with hair well, but. But with musical knowledge now here's the deal. Okay? If I if I I have product in I, have not gotten a haircut five months. If I, let's good, if I I have product in my hair now if I, rub it out than it. It's not maxwell. Darnell Hillman Oscar Gamble Eddie Murray, Afro ask, but it gets out there a little bit. Yeah, the humidity is not my heirs friend. Baby Huey three to base. was. Just like the rivers dinner any change. Is GonNa? Come on the product football fees. Can I get a witness? been running everything. Down those Seattle sounder. Pretty good, isn't it? It is good. I'm glad I found hand Kenny. Sing, Tao and it's introduced to you. It's a nine minute versions nine minutes long, and it gets. It gets rocking through the middle of it I love. I stopped listening to two and a half minute. Probably Watch. This nine, forty, five, nine to noon Maxwell was A. Sources tell us something is is grandiose are big in the UFC this weekend. Is that accurate? That is true. The Fan has learned that fight. Island is in fact this Saturday. What's happening? Those three title fights all on one card? You have seen to fifty one Never had this many title fights on one card before on this island in Abu. Dhabi that Dana White has been talking about for months now. We got Peter Yawn and there's there's this three title fights in and of itself is already dramatic. Tons of action set for that, but is one of these fights off is our one of these fights yesterday? One of the fights were you said potentially this fight between these two combatants may be the greatest in the history of UFC. There's potential for a fight to be one of the best parts in UFC history of the the main event tomorrow Zeman defending his welterweight title against Jorges aspel there you go. Down Four Hey Maas Vidal. Actually, it's pretty crazy. Last week, it was supposed to for weeks now. This was announced over a month ago is supposed to be Uis, men versus a guy named. Gilbert Burns. Gilbert Burns cat gets virus. He's out. On six days notice horrid mass, but I one of the best fighters in the AFC right now you might have actually seen him. He has the record for fastest knockout history five seconds while runs in hits with the flying knee. It's over that that's fixed. was some. Aggressive European offshore gambling conglomerates. Six hundred grand, so these guys unlike say a boxer where you know in the boxing world, they will set up a fight that's going to happen in eight months, and then they train position against each other and everything else whore. Hey, Moskvy doll just goes. You know what? I'll take him out and five days. Yeah, and because they not all this is insane, because lots of guys would do that before he was a world class fighter and him in Kamara, whose men genuinely don't like each other in real life. They almost spotty backstage at the bowl actually. Last night, so why if masks, but also how come? He's thirty five wins and thirteen loss. Thank you. That's how the U. OF C. is box. It's not for commercial use man. He's sixteen and one. For the same amount of the same level of competition say that is commentary you receive what needs to be an every week basis. not this every two week rap. You got take this thing seriously. Okay, because you got nine, you got nine to noon right now with this podcast like not just the fill-in producer bit during the forty five this week, but like. You, want it anytime. You need help from twitter anytime, but you got jumped that thing up a little bit see. He has a podcast called. You should see the other guy and it hits UFC and did hits professional boxing, and it's also part of the vast and ever expanding IHEART radio podcasting network. You should see the other guys. You see the other guy, so you gotta do that about once a week, don't you? Yeah, that's what I was planning. Because now those things are starting to kick back up again. All the promotional companies in boxing are getting ready to come back. You have sees as been back, so yeah, there's enough for every week. Yeah, his knowledge with this is. Akin to fantasy football, ask knowledge from virtue virtue like during the season's just unbelie. Now these to these who fighters don't like each other as you mentioned. Here is a quote from. Moscow. whose men for a fact has crossed the line that no other competitor I've ever fought has talked about. He's talking about things he's going to do to my be whole I always I don't understand why he's talking about all I'd be. Like rhymes with. Seventies talked. Oh, no, no rhymes would not. Yes, I see yes. I'm just trying to keep this family friendly. With the first part that rhymes with the word Hong because like Beavis and butthead are returning. Yeah, I don't know where they're returning. They are I know they are now I don't know where or when but I know, it's happening, and the origin of always loved that one is Beavis and butthead. Ask why. Oh come on, now I I as often as we've chatted on or off the microphone I've never told you that born story. It it's bill. Clinton was president. It's an episode of Beavis and butthead and bill. Bill Clinton is that Beavis and butthead high school. Of course he's speaking the gymnasium and but had was charged with testing the microphone. Go wrong it's. Head by the way also the origin of the. Tanqueray reference! When a Max worked at deja Vu it was a DJ for like the day shift and come. Lavar couple of let's say. Dancers were named Lolita entangled. So so bill. Clinton President Clinton is going to speak in the auditorium and butthead has to test the MIC, so had in Kosovo beavis and butthead. goes up to the microphone and says I ain't GonNa do an impression testes one. Two. Three and then Bill Clinton. Leans over to one of his secret service guys and goes hours love. I'm so then I took that brought it to Kfi. Am with our iphone and then common in the tough love company took it to do it up I- alltel, yes, and so on that is the origin of a bit where we are raised and bit drained and I had no idea. I did the entomology of of the I always I always loved testes one two three, Bill Clinton to secret service. I always love that one not just absolutely. This is probably what Robert Smith is a regular contributor to the station, usually with Dan Barrera I bet Pereiro a doesn't even know. Beavis and butthead are right, but also does not know that Robert. Smith is the biggest BEAVIS and butthead fan in the history of your always on onto next week that you should be be well I. Need to figure out when it emerges, and is it like comedy Central Yeah? It is my judge. Yes, my judge is the one that creates Rackham so like the reincarnation as a judge and piece. I see you It's comedy central by the way to seasons. They've already booked two seasons. When does yes dr and a spin off? That's going to come outside. Come in addition to that now so it it is coming. The the makers of dark by the way speaking of Netflix should cut you in. Really show all of the man I mean I I would never mute the. Let sometimes these dark threats get going that I happen to be tagged on somehow. Don't know how many tag you on dark. Somebody might ask you a question and tag me on. Something then they'll talk about it all day. It's the ultimate talker show. Stop talking about it in my mentions, fixations feed lead. You should be getting some money from dark now, but you know Nordahl. More pounded through it three or four days seasons three and that's exit tells the whole story in three. That's what it needed to tell the story for not they're not. They're not expanding it beyond that good for her toe in the middle of a move manage to find time to knock out dark I see you read the Mike Zimmer contract situation or piece written by Chad graph in the athletic correct, and I WANNA get into that in the middle lower plus I've been saving this. This is gonNA sound really exciting. You talk about a meter spike on Friday. Listen to this. I've been saving a Miami Dolphins related story that ties into Cam. Newton and I. Just can't wait to share with you. All right is not a South Beach Story ties into Cam Newton while South beach is tied into to. Say What it would be like owning south Florida, and so on so meanwhile, but when we return our weekly covenant, catch up with game changing. Former linebacker Chad greenway courtesy of Grey Duck, Maxwell Fuller produces PA in charge feasting on Friday the fan. True? There's a song about a birch. This is a story down. This story about famous podcast called. You should see the other guy. Story about a famous guest at ten o'clock named Chad, greenway number fifty two. Formerly with the Minnesota Vikings number one in the hearts of the nine to noon, covenant courtesy of Grey Duck, spirits and grey duck vodka a Mr Greenway joins us now. Chad PA charge actually together on Friday. Where where are you traversing today? your your kids sports striving what's going on? Yeah. I feel bad and I the studio. Man You guys together today. I had a chance to and I am I. Am at the soccer camp. I driving to soccer camp rover over up that high school for two of the four kids, so it's almost this is almost like a wears Chad segment on Fridays, which you know, maybe maybe interesting, but yeah, so just just hearing on taxes snacks this morning. My wife is working so I'm in charge, so you know how that goes now. watching the this is this is surrogate uncle to surrogate nephew. Okay, watching kids play sports. I can't tell you how much I. I miss it now. My boys nineteen, my girl seventeen, she, she got into hip, hop and jazz, dancing and stuff like that, so she played sports at a younger age, but then Segue to competitive dance. They watching what you're living and going right now Chad is absolutely one of the greatest times of your life, and you're right in the thick of it so sometimes we got the pandemic purge We were wondering like the who what where when and why of the world but what's right in front of you right now? In the thick of it man? You're making memories where you need to smell the roses. Can I get a witness? No question about I feel that and I always think back to my football career. When I retired my my oldest was nine when I retired, and she was just getting started with everything, and it's been fun now. He's twelve about thirteen I'm able to be a part of pretty much everything and and our nine year old, and now the the to camp hear little ones. But what's fun about is like you get really see them grow. Enjoy it. feel the love for it, and then you know you never get the scheduling. You're doing the driving like everybody else. Do not also from six to nine getting into whether need to go to and and I'm sure you saw this was like you always kinda worried about you know maybe some. Burn out and just the time and make sure they're being a kid like all those things as well so. but I appreciate football for first and foremost for giving me this now. This opportunity while the the oldest is twelve, you said. All right so now when we get up to the teens and like we're getting closer to high school, and we got all these traveling teams, and you know, and then then Varsity, being the goal, and then College, maybe or whatever coaching and door, instructing kids when they are frustrated I. You know I even I think back to things like that man, because like sometimes, it's like Dad, you, Dad, you constantly are saying this. The coaches saying this, but when when these kids are frustrated and they can't push through something finding a way to get them throw it. respectfully and obviously maturely, so they improve. That is a smell. The Roses Moment Mr Chad. No question and I and you pay your kids probably the perfect age to ask this question. Is You feel like they're you sports? Experience is going to add them being. You know young adults, and then eventually adults and parents and everything else you know. Were you able to get those lessons from organized activities through to them? I and I think that's a key thing for parents. Now is the and we're not all going to play college or university sports. what is what is the goal? What the end goal with that team activity in that organization and functioning and I'll be getting to that I, think that's you know. Especially as I leaving the organization myself on the side that you you know first and foremost. What you worry about is making sure you get hit those those market. Yeah, it's. It's to each their own I'll. I'll share mine after charging well for me and my daughter, we tried a variety of different sports when she was young. including soccer and this story really encapsulates where Audrey was with soccer. She Wa-. She was so non-competitive when when the kids are at that young age where it's just a scrum moving with the ball. You know what I'm talking about Chad Oh. Yeah, I was. There on Wednesday night right, it's just the scrum that just follows the ball around, except my daughter Audrey who can't be part of the scrum and would just sit by the goalie and chat with the goalie. And in one particular play that I think really defined her time playing soccer at one point am on the sidelines. She's back with the goalie and she comes running up to me and says Daddy I found a four leaf clover. Of that one. That was boy. Then there was a goal scored right on irks yet. She always wanted to play defense, but now the four leaf clover, and the problem with that story Chad is, that's the only time I've gone to watch my surrogate niece audrey play, and with a dad next to I. Bet the under in that. I'd. Among bill I really have to give you twenty dollars per and for me. It is a work ethic piece specifically with my son, Derek Jeter, where he never played basketball or any of the sports varsity. You're at the highest level, but he stuck with the Eden Prairie. Club programs and stuff like that developed a work ethic where you know. The boy works at Canterbury with me and now at nineteen before he starts sophomore year. Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, or does it here online lot lot lot of downtime? Downtime. He's working a forty hour schedule at Canterbury in the in the food, and Beverage Department with them. You know specifically in the card casino for now so and he never complains about it. And some of shifts are like nine in the evening till three in the morning, and and he you know it's not. It's not preferred. I would imagine dab those hours, but the of the boy pushes through it because he developed that work ethic I believe partially from team sports and working through things you know. Amen. Yeah I I think you. That's what you take it. The kids develop especially now that I I'm not on the farm anymore. You foreign. It was really easy to work ethic. And you go out and you work. You worked for five hours at your dad and tell us Dark Ham, and you go to bed well for me. The challenge is now. How do I develop that? My Kid when we have limited amounts of chores, yeah, we can. We make them do all sorts of stuff we invent stuff and we're having to do all sorts of things and pulling weeds and mowing the lawn, and and whatever but but you've gotta find another alternative like how do you develop like okay? Here's how you navigate the. The team dynamic. Here's an handle this drama. Here's how you handle. If things don't go your way, you know you're GONNA attack again. You GonNa. Fail. You'RE GONNA quit. Like what's that with that like? I think those are all the important things as apparent that I use it for, and just turns out my kids, or if you can imagine relatively athletic, so they have a lot of fun doing it, and had some success, and they build incredibly a credible to self confidence, which is Great Yarmouth having four daughters so Yeah, it really matters. You know my daughter as I mentioned Nope, no real interest in soccer. We tried some sports. Nothing took, but then she joined the robotics team. And that was the thing that clicked for her, and it all came together and she and many of all the things you talked about. Even though robotics isn't athletic, but it's still competitive team based working as a group to do to four your objectives, and it's it's highly competitive, and it ended up being the thing that clicked for her, and it's turned her interest in for life I wanNA be a doctor. I WANNA be a doctor wanted to be a doctor now. She might want to be an engineer and it's really it's changed. It's changed the whole trajectory of of her thinking. What you WANNA do for a career because she joined the robotics team so I just think a lot of good things just come out of all almost all of these kinds of activities. Even if you find out what's not right for you, but you might find the thing that is right for you, and outside of like working a job like you know my my son now Canterbury. As much as he is during during the week, it's now when you bring it back home. Man Like you. Kinda said about chores and stuff okay, well, teens or teens, and and teach their own where where they're not going to be perfect with keeping their room straight new in their own laundry, putting their dishes from the sink over to the dish Wa dish. Remedial easiest things in the world. They're Lazy Teens when? When it comes to like getting I can't speak for everybody, but like my boy to mow the lawn, okay, Derek, todd out here, we got this Toro It's got this nice little. Push things not as hard to go up the hill. Can You mow the lawn? Chad. Do you happen to remember New York? Knicks basketball, player Anthony Mason. No question about it. Okay, so do you remember without stepping on the touchdown? Call? What is hat looked like specifically as air. Absolutely okay okay. Here's the deal. Here's why don't have my son mow the lawn because. Out and observe it after it's done, it looks like Anthony Mason's at I'm like. Are we trying to carve a Paisley? In here or like? What what? Why is this grass longer than the other? How did you possibly miss this? It looks. It looks like Anthony. MASONS had I mean. What are you putting designs in a haircut? Every kid did this. If if you do a job badly enough about, they won't ask you to do it again best, that's what he's doing. He's mowing so badly that some. You're just GONNA. Go off fine. Don't have to do it Chad you. You have kids related memories to be made, so we're GONNA do one segment today if you don't mind, but it'll be a long one Mike Zimmer and his contractual situation with the Vikings we've talked about it a little bit in passing Chad graph with the athletic actually wrote a story about it a couple of days ago and citing sources charge. Why don't you you explain like one first down or touchdown? He had in that story involving Zimmer and the. The team and the head coach heading into the final year of his. Here's a direct quote from the story. Zimmer's been marked by the fact that it's now July and your remains without a new contract, according to multiple sources who requested anonymity to speak freely about a sensitive topic. He's begun preparing for what seems like a growing possibility that he may coach this season in the final year of his deal. Now as you know Chad that's very uncommon to not. Never happens. In fact, it happened very recently. In Dallas it can happen, but it doesn't happen often. What are your? What are your thoughts here on Zimmer getting a new deal coaching without a deal. Do you think it's ultimately constructive for this organization to have any sort of prove it last year or not? Absolutely not I think and I think that when you look at his track record years. He's been here though the way he's. He's came in and said ended up. You have this type of defense and he's done it. Is secured a quarterback. We once in big games. We've been in the playoffs and the NFC. Championship game runs. It's like okay. What else does he have to prove to say? Hey, we're consistently GONNA be here every year I think. I think back to my career I think I'd read the title of this article without reason it, but I know it, said something about the years of old five to fourteen. I WANNA say maybe. pre Zimmer and the lack of success. Thank thank the Greenway the lack of success in those years, and then successively PAT under Zimmer. And and I think during my whole career I always look for. Can we get that quarterback in place to get that coach in place where we can win consistently every year, and then and then one of those years when you're always having to place the table round playoff time one of those years you're going to have the quarterback with hot defense and you're gonNA. Make a run, and you're GonNa win this thing and we never consistently. We have to put that together religion my whole career. Other than really when Zimmer came at the end of my career and you know, you can take out the farve year 'cause that was sort of an anomaly with him coming into the last couple of years, and and and that whole thing, but you know. Where's that consistency and and he's had so. What else do you looking for? I love him. Say his I think his level of accountability. Accountability that he holds the players to is excellent and I think if needed in the NFL these days so I. I can't believe they haven't gotten the done. I hope they get done during training camp before the season. That'd be excellent I. think it what listeners thinking right now and they're listening to you when you say. What more does he have to do? Here's what listeners are thinking. Go Win More Than One playoff game. They want the the regular season. Speak for themselves. They've largely been good to very good under Zimmer. They want to see more than one playoff win, and in the bar keeps going up right when you're bad team with it gets a new coach. You just want to make the playoffs then when you make the playoffs. They want to advance farther in it and I think that's where we are and that's that is what people want to see from Zimmer and there are many listeners right now. I can assure you that are saying. He doesn't get a new deal until he can prove, he can win more than one playoff game, and then let's rewarded. Well. I think you also look okay. What would it viewers? What are what our listeners? What are what are fans want right? They want to be able to go to to work on Monday, and or Tuesday and Brag that we beat the packers Brag beat, beat the bears and have up on their buddy and Crowley Organization and their team, and be probably Dang good defense, and and and a high powered offense or kick off. If you want children but the reality is just. He's done all those things right. He's consistently beat. Are the NFC north? He's one now I'll give it to you. He the one and done the playoffs getting the win, but guess what he hasn't been the dance and that's what you have to be every year. Would you rather have a shot every year or close to a shot every year and being you're beating your rivals pretty consistently, or would you rather have an inconsistent up and down? Get somebody new one every three years. And not have that level of consistency me that that would be the part. I would take as a fan to be always having the shot and was them. I think in his defense. You always have a yeah, and you know what you've got. You know for a fact that you have a excellent defensive coach on staff who will always have your defense as being somewhere between good and very good and maybe elite. That's the you know you don't know that. With most head coaches you bring in, you know if we were to go on the open market and go get a new head coach. You don't know that he's going to bring excellence on either side of the ball automatically. You know what you've got. Zimmer and the other thing that I think is important Chad. Is. I, he is, he's I. Really feel like he is getting better in the team is getting better to be able to go to New Orleans. That at the time had the best odds of winning Super Bowl and go beat. The Saints on the road is a not insubstantial step forward organizationally from where word now the fact that we got destroyed. By by San Francisco and the year before that by Philadelphia. You know, makes it so that it's attempting to discount that but I. do think that there are positive strides, don't you? Yeah. I actually disagree with on your first statements and saying you know that we've had. Good good regular seasons and Ben kind of one and done. It had some decent playoff runs I would actually like to see us in our home environment with the way we play at home, and you referenced US Getting Their Butts kicked in San. Francisco and getting their butts kicked in Philly. you know those big those big playoff games reality. You need to have home field throughout. Yeah, battering regular season 'cause when when we walked in new, Orleans it. Oh nine and we were in my estimation by far the better football team. That is a giant giant way to level the playing field in the NFC, champ, game or giant game. It just really is now you can take. New Orleans game this year, and that's why that game is such a microcosm of of us a huge win right because everything was against, the saints were hot. We're going to absolute rabbit environment and you get a win. You prove that you can. Can, do it right, but to me like. Let's make this slate a leisure. Let's let's tighten up the regular season. Let's not have those games where we show. We don't show up dropping ekg. Right and let's let's go twelve and thirteen and three get home-field and take this thing home. Baby I mean that's that's the me is even more important that level of consistency through the regular season. home field and we love playing at home. To meet up a huge difference Siam I had good intentions for one segment, but this is stimulating making we call you back and like keep you for seven minutes. You got appreciate about Chad Greenway, courtesy of grey duck vodka in charge but I max fuller with the cash thing. It's time for a shot to put a grand in your hand with our national cash contest text. The keyword happy. That's keyword. Happy to two hundred, two hundred to enter standard text message and data rates apply good luck everyone nine to noon. We'll be back right the fan. Washburn. The Smart Song by Maxwell Fuller hair called money by the OJ's is is Chad greenway. The the the other side of it is you know with this. Athletic Story About Zimmer. Potentially being irked or frustrated that he's heading into the final year of his deal. The other side of it is in the negotiating. We don't know how much money he's asking for or like. What is the term and and is what is the team offering, and is it? Is it contentious and you know so? We don't. We don't know that hard either so it. I'm not saying Chad. You know the athletic just laid out one side of the story, but the Vikings never will talk about something like this and are consistent are consistent with that you know. No question I think with my comments about tit for tat. Obviously I love both parties here so. If more of the the idea of of you gotta believe that I can't imagine. There's a place where both sides don't want to get something done so clearly. The hang up somewhere you know. was that hang up coming in from. From the top it is it, is it numbers is the fact they just want to wait and see so obviously. Young I I get to be a little bit like Switzerland here in the middle class love both sides, but the end of the day like I just don't know what you'd be waiting for from what he's. His performance level I. Guess is my point. After, you've got a bunch of talkers on twitter. Saying that he needs to do this and needs to do that and has underperformed here there was you know and I get back. Go back to the thought of you know coming from the program you know, let's go transit have been there for twenty plus years that level of consistency and happened the same guy there. It's done a really nice job. breeds more consistent success and I really believe that that stability really helps so that's just the opinion for me. I think having stability and the guy that you know is really good You know what really is out there. That's better. Yeah. I I don't know of a lot. So tied into Zimmer's last year of his deal. As you know, it's also Rick Spielman year on his deal now, I think this is probably a good idea to tie those together, because if you're going to rehire, you need to have a GM who lives in the head coach and ideally has helped chose chosen to head coach, because if you don't you get coach and GM pointing at each other for things that go wrong, so you want the accountability that they both have because they've chosen each other. Other that they're in lockstep, and you see this in a lot of organizations where new GM comes, there's an existing head coach, and at some point it doesn't work out. Jim Goes All. I needed to pick mound guy and I needed avocado that you understood the philosophy of the players that I'm bringing in and things that I wanna do gm or sometimes vice versa so I do think it makes sense to time them out to gather, and if you're going to extend one, you'd probably out extend both. Well. That's what you hope is the issue. Right that that you hope that the issue is those two? Not You know, haven't or be on the same page having an issue because of the problem. Then you can have real issues know next year, 'cause you can't find a boat I mean somebody's gotta go. Yeah, and the hope is trying to do in both. Maybe you know it's just financial terms and they're trying to figure out how you're. You're GonNa both on the terms and length of time, and maybe both parties. You can get together and decide, but you just hope you know obviously the fan looking in that does not organizational issues there from those two, and I have not heard of one about it, and you just hope that's not the case, because if that's the case, they're just a whole nother litany of issues that come from that. You think last one from me here on. On this with with like the recent had coaching hires around the NFL Sean McVeigh Young Innovative. Offensive God becomes coach of the Year I. Think Matt Leflore does good work with Green Bay Matt Nagy, First Year with Chicago won twelve games then. You are Zach Taylor and Cincy as a quarterback. We'll see what happens there. Clip Kingsbury in Arizona so on, and so on younger offensive minded coaches. Kevin Stefanski in Cleveland popping up all over the place. Place. I wonder from an ownership standpoint or or the people who are negotiating this or dealing with this with the Vikings. I wonder if that aura kinda plays into it. That Mike is in his sixties, and he's the defensive minded guy, and they would know, and you know more than us. Two man about like how he handles problems, and and and sticking points with some of these players that are in their twenties. You know what I mean. I actually go the other way and say that approach is probably better 'cause. He has a bunch of support staff on in within the organization that they can play that role for him. You know you. Yes, staff members on both sides that can play that role for him, and or closer to their age, and I would also argue when you look at the McVeigh's and the other folks you mentioned as far as coaching is. What's the second year success? Look compared the I. Can you pass this test yup? Can can figure it out Zimmer's. You certainly can do that so I would just say. The grass isn't always greener and that newfangled. Offensive! You know brilliant minds. As many. There's many of them out there. That's for sure, but I wouldn't get caught up in that, but that it could be the. Motive I just I just have a hard time believing better out I just want to change subjects for one one moment at the end here. NFL's contact sport right I mean you are. You're going to have a ton of contact with other people on the field can't avoid it and if you do avoid it, you're probably doing something wrong. If you've got a Clean Jersey at the end of the day. At the end of the game I don't know if you saw this yesterday. Teams are forbidden when the game is over. The players are forbidden from touching one another. You can't fist-bump. You can't handshake you can't and you cannot swap jerseys. You can't do the Jersey swap deal. You have no personal interaction with the players after you just got done playing a contact sport in the NFL. Is Down. Ridiculous and absolutely hilarious death. Come Out, and that's not. That's not to go. After the folks and everybody was concerned about this virus that it's certainly something to be. To be considered, but the reality of you just tackled and spit into all sorts of things for an hour. Know sticking to play, and and for three hours, amongst each other and walking by each other and touching each other. It's like wait a second now. We can't go fist-bump or knock elbows or something I think it's a little hilarious, but the end of the day they're trying probably more perception of what they're doing after the game and trying to be socially distant when they can and trying to control the partaking. That's probably you know that's the idea. Chatting closing gray doc. Oh, I, got an email here. Man Hold on I got an email for you. It was emailed a booth at. N. Dot. Com Bradshaw, Brian and box from Tom. P. A. Wanting to know if and or when he can buy grey duck vodka with a twins logo. Oh Man, they're hard to find, but we have We have the ducks on our site where that. Lincoln or site you can find where they have been now. We can't control that. They have sold out obviously, and and with that was a limited run, so they are hard to find right now. just stick with us on social media stickler on our website, and we should be able to kind of loop, and what's still available. what else was grey duck anything? 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But the email booth Kfi am dot com Brad, John Bryan inbox from a Matt drew. And it is test. For Young Maxwell. Are you ready I'm ready now. This I'm assuming this is this individual's opinion, which which doesn't make it right, and it doesn't make your answer right if it's the opinion, but like I mean people can say Patrick. mahomes is the best overall player in the NFL Right Church. Is the best overall player in the NFL. Okay, while the. Station can be had like off that okay well. How Lamar Jackson's impact and look what happened in that team, and where it went then by defensively speaking when he's functional and up, and running in the upper in the ultimate team game Jj Watt Jj Watt and like what he does, and how it keeps the how it complements the offense and stuff like that so I would agree with you, but it's an opinion, and it's something that can't be proven now. Here is the email. Matt drew for Young Maxwell. Who is the best pound for pound fighter in the UFC? There's one correct answer and it is. Could be. Could be a hobby, but NIRMA Mogomedov. You're lockstep with with with the emailer. Got Bonus points for the pronunciation. Yeah, L. dollars actually sat and watched video for my podcast. Repeat like the seven times just so I could get the pronunciation. I still might have got wrong doesn't. That's nice ma'am. Good job I got an email here for the co host to Rajon, Brian inbox booth at KFC DOT COM football, related emails, or any questions Zia, you would like answered or and common. She would like to make booth that Kfi in dot com, a weird guest free for the remainder of the presentation charged I, and or Maxwell can answer them anytime you like. Here's a question from Josh Londe for the CO host. Pat, Shurmur is the new offensive coordinator in Denver love it and must implement a new offense during this Cova covid impact off-season. Charge. Do you think Denver might have any interest in trading for? Pat L. Flying Because L. Y., nos. And was the starting center for Shurmur and seventeen, the vitamins and L. Flatten and a third round pick to get. Dalton reisner and anything Jay and Phoenix. J. B. and Phoenix I. Didn't Jason Colorado right now your. I saw Pat Shurmur and Denver and question for charge. I did not read that. I read it on the radio. I get the feeling. That's the case. Yeah, it's J God. Bless. You have a fantastic weekend. Things get safer down Arizona Way, but let me ask you this about Denver. It's a fascinating offense because they had cortlandt sudden, who was quietly becoming one of the best wide receivers in football, and probably one of the five best young receivers in football. Then then the first round they added Jerry Judy, an incredibly accomplished college player, who should be able to walk in start immediately and have a quick impact, but you're forgetting the Alabama receiver they added. What do you mean? They added a a first round pick from Alabama. They did Jerry Judy Oh. Yeah, yeah, always love that one and then yes, they bring in Melvin, Gordon. They've got Philip Linzie. No fat was a first round or two years ago. He likely makes that. You're tight ends Takla while develop. He likely gets a lot better. And then we saw from drew lock at the end of last year was very promising. Looks like he's requisite of the early second round. Pick that they gave him a garage years ago. And now you bring in Pat Shurmur. Yeah, been around the block. Many Times knows how to work on offense. The broncos offense is going to be fascinating to watch filled with potential could be one of the could make massive jump forward this year now with the old school feel for the Denver Broncos. May I think I may have told you this before, but Pat Shurmur has a fascination with the Mafia and organized crime and fascination from like watching TV shows, watching movies and reading books, so you know we just off the Chad greenway conversation about. These new schoolers around the NFL with all the floor to penske and McVeigh and Bryant Florez in Miami and so on. Yeah, then you get to Denver where it's like win the head coach who runs the demands and the offensive coordinator who's fascinated by the mafia? When they walk into a room for a press conference, Ladies, and Gentlemen we present Pat, Shurmur and Vic Fangio. A. vix Look, doesn't he? got. This Vic this big game against the Las Vegas Raiders How do you plan to handle it We planned to have the Kentucky. Derby winners had in the hotel room bad. Morning of game. Large used to send prostitutes. His opponents hotel rooms vic. fangio sends horseheads. Pat Would you care to comment on that excellent game. That Portland Sutton just had against the LA chargers. Yeah, I'd like to There's a quote. I read from Joey Buttafuoco. I heard? I'm in big. You was a gangster, was he i? Don't think so. You your twins fan right. Yeah right self a twins fan what you do Wayne. September eighteenth, which is a Friday through September twentieth. Now Right I. Don't know I hope. I'm watching football over the weekend I. Mean Help well the the the the thing here for you. The problem for you is I'm concerned. The Vikings are going to lose both of their preseason games, and then you'll book A. December cruise. Because you can. Who's WHO's WHO's not booking a cruise right now and it sounds like a great idea. Who will why I ask, yes is an you probably heard this because you you follow news relatively closely from ESPN, dot com from yesterday I held it over for the Birch. It'll cost you up to three hundred fifty dollars per ticket by. CHICAGO. Cubs fans will have a chance to watch their favorite team in person though to be from across the street. On, one of the many iconic Wrigley Field Rooftop is done that a couple of times half. Yes. The rooftop. These were. Fantasy fantasy industry events and I think we ended up paying around. So that means porn stars. Were there popping out of cakes? We pay two hundred fifty bucks per person to honored to fifty seven, that now includes food and beer and drink and stuff like that, so it's a very sort of all inclusive deal. It's the same meal, but he's watching the game, right? It's just a party on the rooftop. Okay, yeah, well, I mean it. The city of Chicago approved the rooftops for twenty five percent capacity. ooh, that's it so. That only daily hold like a hundred. They do yeah, okay, so most yeah I've never done it. several privately owned rooftops already of on sale, including one in left field, called Wrigley view rooftops, advertising tickets for three, fifty, a pop or two fifty on Sundays. That includes food, beer and wine. Yes, what's? Pretty Fun and especially. If you don't really care what's happening on the field because you are, yourself are removed from what's happening in the field when you're on the rooftop at Wrigley, you are. Your are they specs specs little. John Pretty much I mean. Obviously you're beyond the outfield, and then across the street, and you're elevated high enough to see over the edge of Wrigley so what's going on on the field is is mostly you mostly don't even know and can't relieve in see very well, but it's the party on the rooftop. That is the fun part, and it's the gabbing in the socializing and everything else, and hopefully up there with friends, and hopefully you don't even care about what's happening on the field, and if you don't then I think it's much. Much more of a fun time, but if you can only have twenty, five protect Bassetti, do. How many friends can you even have their? Be Perfect for me. I got three friends at point. The for upcoming Games CDC guidelines will be followed including temperature checks before anyone enters the building opening day is sold out now stands nine to noon. always thinking about nation. We have your collective backs. Opening Day sold out at Wrigley for the rooftop bid bought tickets remain for the rest of the cubs ceres. Which means September eighteenth through the twentieth. The Minnesota twins are at Wrigley Field. Would you rather watch the minister? Twins play the cubs from the rooftop. Is You personally from that rooftop including the driver flight down? Go to the rooftop watched the series from up there. You know that you can get there. Usually it's usually. Burgers brought out dogs. Bag of chips and some beer and wine that are up there eat to your heart's desire. For two, hundred something dollars, or would you rather be in the sinkhole and just watch it on TV SAYING CALL TV Rooney. Pruning up hydrangea or YEP, deadheading, hydrangea, pruning plants, and just like living my life back here in this purge. I told you man. It's An and you know me as well as anybody. From what was requested of us from middle to late March to Kinda where we are now not necessarily because things have loosened, but for two and a half months, everybody came into my world. Living Your Life Yeah and now I'm back in my life and I love it, and it's tranquil, and it's peaceful, and it's simplistic, and it's quiet. Et, it's quiet. Quiet very important within the within the Alan Covenant but that they're all gone, and they all about it and socked in. You not clean my garage nine times. And I watched all of this on Netflix. I I watched no net flex because everybody was telling me. That's all there is to do is to watch series after a while. That's what I do during winters between Vikings and Canterbury. Yeah matter days when I'm off. And and and that's when I watched stuff because it's like. Oh, I think I'll do this. I don't have to do this when when it was like forced upon me, I mean I swear. I'm not kidding, you ma'am. Maximum twenty hours of television, watching over to an APP months outside of the music channel, always being on. It's because it's like I felt I had to do it while sure and I didn't have to do it, so I wanted to do different than that. Part's been referring now. Look, you're dead heading hydrangea. I'm not. You've expanded your repertoire because there's no sports. You found other things that you love correct. But, by the way circling back. The year was two thousand three. Joey Buttafuoco is having an illicit affair with a minor named Amy Fisher I'll come this ring a bell. I just rap I. Just made a reference to a national football league coach with a non gangster person who was having sexual relations with a minor amy Fisher shoots Joey Buttafuoco wife. Mary Jo. Oh my God, yes. And I. Don't know if she died or not. Seeing that part. Remember this now was amy. Well it says here. She was a minor I'm not positive. Apple that's remember. It was a huge deal at the time, wasn't it? Yeah was huge but I. Mean when you when you think. Shurmur and Fangio end. And, then you hear the name Joey Buttafuoco. You immediately think conciliatory dawn. Under boss well under wire whatever he does own an auto, an auto repair shop. So mean there is that maybe it turns out. It wasn't two thousand, three, two, thousand, three, as when he actually end up divorced from Mary Jo, but Fuko, but the whole incident went down in nineteen, ninety to ninety two. That was a long time ago Paul how? Are, you by the way thousand for Rube nation coming up again about fifteen minutes from now maybe twenty the cash contest. You're executing an FM. One hundred point three F. A. N., all of the core for shows power trip, beginning at five thirty in the morning through through bumper to bumper. It's Dan Guerrero gets it four times, three, ten, four, ten, five, ten, six, and so we got that thousand four year rogue nation coming up around the corner. Corner end of the next segment I meant. Ask you this out of the gate because your mental wherewithal, and just your overall aura matters to me. Are you doing okay I'm I'm doing great. You're good, sure. Yeah, you haven't tripped over any dishwasher fallen into the dishwasher. Now that's which is a great thing. I recommend it, I mean fantasy football is your livelihood. Yes, and you love it and you've done it for quite some time in second-to-none fashion so. Given its there are no one hundred per centers in the purge their NBA. July thirtieth not one hundred percent. The NHL August I. Not one hundred percent might be ninety six and a half This mls bit I mean like if the MLS is back tournament, Director Commissioner Whatever said now it's hundred percent. We're GONNA play. He would have been right. Ding Ding Ding, but he wasn't one hundred percent because FC Dallas couldn't even make it. The MVP the league backed out and Nashville got bit. They had to put. They had to postpone a match and they backed out. So yeah, you're right. You got back, but not exactly with your full complement. What you expected. Wow, asked. It's not one hundred percent and fell season a start September thirteenth. Thirteenth or for the Vikings the Thursday. Before for whomever I'd put it at a ninety six and a half I'm about ninety three percent on it and I think that starts and starts on talk. Okay but there are no one hundred percent is no Danone of the purge. NOPE, now, Bradley Fleming to booth at Kfi Am Dot Com Bradshaw Brian inbox he he gets to the next part of it. What's the opinion? And what percentage would you give? The NFL actually finishes a sixteen game season and subsequently gets the postseason and Super Bowl in so it's a seventeen week piece sixteen game season set to begin mid-september. Doubt, what percentage would you? Would you put on that an playoffs and Super Bowl? Being as it looks now, and then I'll get Get into why you're wrong. No, why mental wellbeing! I'm concerned with you right now. I believe the pursue the percentage. Chance that this season. And ends on time, which is starting at a time is one thing, but then getting all the way through. Four months of regular season and a month a month and a half the playoffs yeah. I think it is A. Two thirds proposition that they that there will be no interruption, and at and that they will play through the whole thing. Obviously, the two-thirds data will be there will be cova cases. Yeah, they want to shutdown players, and they may even have to shut down a whole team right? The Titans could get you know twelve cases, and they just go. You know what you're not playing next week and you may not play the next week. They wouldn't necessarily. Necessarily cancel the whole schedule. They would just lift the titans out, and so be it so I think they're still I still think that the preponderance the likelihood is that they play the full schedule on time, but it's by no means a guarantee, so you're a sixty six percent. Yeah, I'm fifty fifty at best impact on forty sixty. It doesn't go the right way. Okay now I think it will be completed, and there will be postseason and there. There will be a super bowl. The Super Bowl from what I. Understand is built away at Raymond James Stadium with Tampa wear. It can take place one of four or five weeks through fed up till the end. Yeah, only till the end of February but I think there's going to be a start and a stop with the NFL I. Think they're going to start it I think they're going to play it I. Think they're going to evaluate. Evaluate it, but then off what you said or ABCD. Whatever POPs up in the purge I think there may be a halt. There could be an interruption in the middle the season. Where let's say it's not just the titans that have twelve cases, but there's eight teams that have twelve cases. They might say. We're taking November off and we're just going to get everybody healthy reset and resume in December, and that would be reasonable nine to noon. Fan. Saying yes go. On A. Cash thing about ten minutes from now. How do we go from Baby Huey to this. What is it this is? This Busey, Collins. Let me hear it. Collins I can't I the legendary Bass Player for George Clinton and parliament funke Adela an amazing talent but I don't like the singer. Make a while back. Right! Acts spent. Absolutely scintillating. Beck, says man. Oh! Man All. Always way on this show with Buzi is I'd rather be with you. got. Open up that. Fantasy. Ruined this. Truck Buzi singing like that became bow. Are you familiar with the song? Do you love me, new? Contours is at the contours. Yeah I didn't see Collins Cup, predict really and I actually saw it live at what used to be called myth I think. That's still the myth. Maybe it is called quest quite yeah, it's different quest called myth. Tribe called quest ride called quest because quest called myth so it was that quest shared this with a match all the other day. Yeah Uncle Joe Sensor and I. being both him from Philadelphia me from Washington DC grew up listening to rb. We like motown a lot. And there there was there was a a year or years. where? A group called the funk. Brothers were traveling around. The country never heard of the funk brothers. It was all of the artists it was shoot me. It was all of the musicians who played with the motown bands. So. Hey, that guy was the keyboardist for the temptation for eight years. Hey, that guy was the bass player for Marvin Gaye for X. amount of years, so it was a supergroup before there were supergroup. Look it up. That's why bunk brother, how come when it comes to Joey Buttafuoco and the potential of pornography. You look that up eight seconds I bring up funk brothers. You gotta blow the freaking dust off the keyboard. funk brothers who are a Detroit based session musician Greg performed the backing of most motown recordings from nineteen fifty nine until nineteen seventy-two. Maxima early music so. So, when you were a, you're motown artists, your singer and you don't necessarily have a group that you always play without you show up and they go cure these awesome music that are just in the House like I'm Martha Reeve and I'm like I need some background singers. Ladies come in here. McCall you the vandals, the okay now. That's cool nowhere to run nowhere to hide away. We need musicians all issues. These funk brothers, the funk breath are considered to be one of the most successful studio musicians in history hits include my girl. Yeah, I heard it through the grapevine. Love! I was made to love her. Papa was a rolling stone. The tears of a clown. Let's not go there. Why Tears of a clown I? Don't like this. Where smokey Robinson? Ain't nobody in high enough heat wave I mean those are awesome. Yeah, there are thirteen funk brothers by the way. If you're wondering how many funk brothers Thirteen they, they didn't rotate now. Matt Burke is looking at the funk brothers going man. That's a that's a big family. So there were. There were there were thirteen who were responsible for those songs that you just mentioned. Yes, thirteen and they played with the miracles, the temptations, the supremes March Martha the VENDELA. Marvin Gaye the contour, so you mentioned Jackson Five, the four tops, the spinners. That's yeah. That is pretty amazing Pau. The Front on the toolbox. That is a faith. Break a bass saxophone. This this is. Going to smack. Going on got. To say that. I don't mind. Reconsidering. got. Find Buzi country next on your song again for charge. Going out right here. I like it because there's so much going to why now I thought bought. We got symbols, Malaga's and a Tuba. But Tears of charge. But added that. This is the part I think of and I'm like. A little hand symbol that is hand cymbals back there playing any instrument. I could play in your band. Invalidates it also. If. There's an instrument in your song that I could play. Yeah, and it's out. It's like Linda, McCartney, playing tambourine or whatever? Come on what you don't belong to why why Linda McCartney. Linda McCartney with with Paul McCartney and wings. Yes, yeah, what's would stand up and she played tambourine. She also sang. Now by the ever seen it on a Mac Video Linda McCartney. Just, isolate her voice. Come on McCartney when they isolate her voice. I before fiba of fairness in Buzi. Act You a before? You shame the name of boot Zillah, I I do feel hot. I don't believe you shame the name of boot Zella when you rip that song the Maxwell play. I do believe fairness in Buzi. Act requires us for a second time this week for you to hear the energy, the love and the happiness of him covering contour song because uncle, Joe, sensor and I we weren't. We weren't when we were at not a tribe called quest, but because quest called myth, we were at the quest. Yeah, in Minneapolis and. It's they had the the session players. The funk brothers traveled all over the place, and they generally use the same three people, but different people like in Detroit different singers shark prominent singers jump up about New York City. We're in the cornfields, so we got down what we got. I thoroughly enjoyed. We got Maxi Priest doing songs. I was not familiar I knew him his name, but Matt's you for the name Maxxie brief. What No. Oh, come on Okay, Secondly Joan Osborne Yeah Okay Joan. Osborne was singing some songs, and then he only did like two songs, and all of a sudden. My Guy Rolls out with platform shoes this unbelievable. Ensemble of an outfit that was leather. These glasses that were giants, stars, just big glasses that were stars. Yeah, and then a hat like he got from Dr Seuss and Uncle Joe and I saw him do this. Background singer. Make. Watch charged now. Watch me now. So that that's from bunk, brother show so you think about the I would love to see that I. Just found out. There was a funk brothers documentary. Did you know that you have seen her called standing in the shadows of Motown, terrific and get this? The funk brothers played on more number. One Hits than Michael Jackson the Beatles. Elvis the rolling stones and the Beach Boys. Combined? Now. That's the Fuck Brotherhood and Fuck brothers until ten minutes ago and disrespect Buzi. Say Go ahead and disrespect. was that. I'd set shocking that among brothers. Wow, what I'm saying. Now Max they were inducted into the musicians hall of fame and museum in two, thousand seven, and obviously rightfully sell matched. We're GONNA. See if this works in one thousand nine seconds you ready. To your love charge. Do you love you love chart? Bado watch are now. Eight seconds from the life changer ten after the hour. Ready I'm ready ready. Give it to them. Okay, it's time for your shot to put a grand in your hand text. The key word family that's keyword family to two hundred two hundred standard text message and data rates apply good like everybody. Nine to noon. We'll be back the fan. Joan Osborne with the funk brothers Cub. Rain Jimmy Robbins. What becomes of the brokenhearted your surely? Five feet in front miss. Osborne, when she's singing. The song at a tribe, called quest and fell in love. Birds. Have this. Brothers Juba. Go. Salad. I like it a lot. It's pretty as you know. It gives me goosebumps pretty. It's I believe it was Jimmy. Ruffin who originally sang the Song on David. Ruffin was you know David? Ruffin and he's like a legendary music producer now. David Geffen off. David Ruffin is the deep voice of the temptation Oh. Girl the High Pitch Voice, the late Eddie, Kendricks, okay, who saying he was the high pitched voice and temptations, originally, there was a cat named Paul Williams, who was the front man for the temptations? He and my all time Favorite Artists Darryl Hall from Daryl, Hall and John Oates Tall. Tall. Slinky White Guy. Who Actually is unbelievably offended? When people say his music blue eyed soul, because he's like that's a racist term, because now you're saying because I'm white and blue eyes them that it's like abnormal that I can sing like Teddy pendergrast or Gerald levert or Eddie. Kendricks David Ruffin. That's a racist term, and you can't say if blue eyed soul. Simply because I'm white singing. What you perceive to be black music. You know what I mean. But do you disagree with me? I don't think it's racist, but I get where he's coming from I. Know what you mean. And Nuoro actually brought that up to was like there's another word that was tied to it, but anyway Paul Williams. And Daryl Hall when Daryl. Hall was going to Temple University. They be Daryl Hall started. A band called the temp tones, and unbelievably immense talent and everybody knew it. Mick Jagger was quoted in rolling stone at one time in the eighty. Saying you everybody, you can have whomever you want this. This tall blond kid has the greatest range and voice. I've ever heard in my life while so that like. Mick Jagger said that Rowling's don't listen Joan Osmar. So Paul Williams with the temptations. He gave Daryl Hall, an opportunity to be A. Singer at certain gigs with the Temptations Darryl was like twenty or twenty one I believe only white background singer in history of the temptations, so that's kind of David Ruffin to Eddie Kendricks to Paul William, and just how the whole thing branches out you know it's pretty amazing that the just the collaboration that existed back then, and you could like lineage. You can trace it. This guy was in this band, and then he got his heart star and he had a hit. It's it's amazing. By the way Yeah Joan Osborne's got a new album coming out in two months September twenty twenty. Wow them. What's wrong I do needs needs to booker. She probably has league. She probably does at this stage of her career. She might need us Mike and so. She's bookable could be like joining us. Now is music and Mortality Joan. Osborne Dan Zone Lane we go John. My Name's Paul Allen I got three Chins one eyebrow At least I have all my hair and my vision is good, and I'm fifty four years of age. There was a time young lady sixteen years ago that I was in love with you and how it'd be a quick. outlier. Weird no Joan. You have an album that needs pushing on the leader. He certainly here, but maybe nationwide estimate of some. It's when I saw you saying what becomes of the brokenhearted and I was five feet away, and it was fifteen sixteen years ago and you and just you radiated like sunshine when you sang. It's first time I've ever seen you. I was smitten by how wonderful and terrifically talented. You are new album coming. He's got a new album coming out now before we get too far off of music because I have, I have asked Max great to circle back on our discussion of last segment. On Linda McCartney. Yeah, and her contributions to wings Max. Help me out of this. I couldn't believe this was even real of good. Play it. Awaited her track. Here's. Terrible. Terrible. Terrible. This terrible. Youtube thankfully. It is actually when you type it in into McCartney. It is the first thing that tops. Late vocals, so you have so. Have you heard him? Yes, of course you have, but it's not. It's not your preferred musical genre, but. Have you heard? Marvin? Gay's heard it through the grapevine familiar you've heard. Have you heard that? Search. I Want I just referenced my Guy Darrell. Help can you look for Daryl? D., A. R. Y. L.. H. All Daryl Hall. out of touch. For Saint came up. It is okay. I I can't remember. I haven't heard for a while, but just to get this isolate this isolated, and after that Linda McCartney is again sound, better or worse than but. Guess I guess beauty is in the ear of the beholder. Edit. Shake it up is Ahmed we know. About. Up as we go. To fantasy. The shades all ran on the. Way to see. US still melts in the Sun and tasks that who broken or are you familiar with the song? Of, course with. On and so. Matters to me. Take a look around. Your around a touch. Time Pretty Nice. Pretty smooth he can sing. News you'd think Chris Stapleton isolated Tennessee Whiskey Can you love? Yeah that's. You haven't heard I. Don't know who Chris Stapleton us it's it's not worth it. It's an unbelievably beautiful song. It's a country song and how I I heard it was when Nicole and I were staying at the Biltmore in Arizona. which is one of nicer hotels at which I've stayed? It's Scottsdale when we went Colin I went to visits in your smiley for five days of Grand Canyon University Yeah. We bounced by the base, too fancy leaves negative so I'm like right. Let's I. I went charge on it when Delvin Cook. ACL We're doing into. Yeah I'm like this this. The whole thing sucks right now. Just want to leave along those losing my son so like seriously flying back from Sam from the Bay Guinea balanced at the bay in the. I mean it might have taken me eight minutes to book this trip the hotel, vaulting so Kohli and I went and in the hotel lobby at the Biltmore I. Don't know if they're doing it anymore. But the lounge singers they had were phenomenal singers, just really good voices, and and you could tell at a place like the biltmore that a if this a singer like this is getting to twenty five or whatever a night at the biltmore. They're going to give you three hundred. You know so therefore you're or a little more tear higher quality. Yeah, so this guy don't even know what his name is manny content. He kind of looked like a tall or thin taller version of tiny. Tiny Tim. That's all I'm going to say what wait a hauler version of tiny. Tim would mean. He's tall regulars the average height if you're taller than a guy named tiny, okay right now and I don't just. Do you know what tiny Tim looks like I? Guess I don't but I'm looking at Chris Stapleton Right now. That's who this is coming back to. He's got a long shaggy beard. Yeah, Google tiny, Tim real quick and see what he looks like in show, everybody's. Believe! He has black straight. Kinda stringy hair that gets shoulder laying. Yes, okay, it's not. It's not a good look. He looks like weird. Al Me if you've got. We're down your mind. You've got tiny tests okay now. This lounge singer had hair like tiny tim. Like that all right, but he was an unbelievable singer, and then he starts singing, a song I had never heard. Was it called Tennessee Whiskey, Tennessee Whiskey, and then I'm like Damn, what this is! What does this? This is unbelievably melodic, soulful and good. I'll just give you a couple of seconds of it, okay? I mean so Baluchi and I'm sitting there on a couch in the lobby of the Biltmore next to piano thou- ready to dive into a sixteen dollar. Pepsi right right watching the tiny tim lookalike cover this off. To The lady next to me, who says assange was Chris Stapleton. Used to spend. Bomb. It's just Super Pelosi. You know it is. And, then I saw on Youtube. You're asking me from region coal. Justin Timberlake and him. Do it live no way salt forever. God timberlake is one of the most talented human beings in the history of the entertainment industry and of store singing, acting the whole dancing business. Youtube does have an isolated vocal version of Chris singing spiderweb. Really Yeah. It's in there if you type in Chris. Stapleton isolated vocals first thing that comes up Tennessee whiskey. Yes I just got to hear per second mine. No Max's on it man. I can't find the super exciting Miami Dolphins stuff I say for you. That's okay. I'm having fun learning about Chris Stapleton got it and I love whisky so. It all Kinda works right now Tennessee poppy own. Goni Bomb, you gotta be kidding me with this. The rest of it. Know! WHO. This is a little, shake your me from reaching all about. I liked the song better than. ME. Tell somebody's like like slice. They spliced out all the music. and. Songs from invasion of the booty snatchers. Still Laugh I. I laughed because I. Couldn't believe I didn't know about it and secondly. I liked the song from. It wasn't name of the album Max. Oh, it's called invasion of the booty snatchers. To earn a million times like what invasion of the booties Dea Buzi Collins isolated. There's no there's no way to. I don't even think that's possible. All right when nine to noon Continues Ladies and gentlemen. A segment to close the wake of nine to noon festivities. That is going to be. The most titillating. Stimulating And Cherished. Football conversation. You will have heard all week. That's the promise. It's not the Palmer Low promise it's a promise from the feast. And we will pay off, said promise. Wait Wait until. Tomorrow my very well be too late. Again, we charge. A. So the with the Miami Dolphins all right. The Miami Dolphins of the AFC EAST If like with Couple of weeks ago, biking's bears lions packers hot. Yeah, it bomb if I ask you to identify the obvious Era League football. The obvious question into the season for the Miami Dolphins per three time super bowl winner. Michael Lombardi for the athletic. What would it be when to start? okay that according to him, it's Miami must find a running game for their offense. Would you agree with that now? I mean the number of questions on the dolphins is what do they to a? When can you start? How effectively be how long until my beloved STU beard hands off the reins to this kid who could be special? Yeah, that's great I mean I. Ask sitting all of a sudden route. Goose Goslin breaks out of the Co host of the Feast. The I mean Jordan, Howard and map. Breda. Your are your starting running backs from Miami. Okay, they're fine. Give them, but give give Lombardi. A second I last year. No one would guess. Gregor, Latino you're God was involved in this last year. No one would gas but Ryan Fitzpatrick was the dolphins leading. Leading rusher, are you kidding me leading rusher with his writing fifty four, no with the attempts tau. Fifty because he was running I life course he was gala offense of line at Laremy, Tunsil with the gas masks, trying to play with a maybe. Laremy Tunsil was a forward thinker. Maybe he saw the purge years ago. The pandemic purged. He's like I'm GonNa Start wearing a gas mask because they had this thing, get ahead of this. Then that's right So because Fitzpatrick's running for his life. He was their leading rusher with fifty four attempts, gaining two hundred forty three yards. He also led the team. How does this happen? He led the team touchdown run before. Wait. Patrick was a fantasy feast. Last year wasn't in the Games. He started and finished. He was actually a very capable fantasy. Back in of the dolphins would be. That'd be down by eighteen at half. Yeah, and so they're just thrown his ARMATA socket, and on how he is doesn't care you. Just given balls downfield the devante Parker. Alan hearns and a lot of times it would end up working okay well. This fortifies your age old. Fantasy football auction or drafting stance that quite honestly never is changed, and it has I. Apologize on how to handle quarterbacks. You wait and you wait and you wait and wait and wait and you wait and your weight correct mostly. Yes, mostly like eighty percent is yes right? Yeah, okay, you WANNA go. You WANNA go I. DON'T WANNA. Go get Lamar Jackson early fine. Totally cool that Patrick Mahomes okay after that Athletico right well. This plays into your angle because. Nobody drafting Ryan Fitzpatrick no yet. Scrapheap, for a freaking dollar you rushing touchdowns and occasional four touchdown game with four twenty five. That's right, and he's worth your buck and remember Josh Rosen started the season as their as their number, one quarterback, and quickly yielded to stu beard. Now the question is just how long how long does does fits is is to his hip ready to go for week one hour. They're going to use them in. The season I don't think it's the hip I mean I think the hips. Part of what is hip tower power MACs. What is HIP Tower of power? Don't need to hear were almost done I'm a gift tower of power a banned from from Oakland yet. Nobody you know the song what has hit I think I might have played it on this show. Is it in the system What what you need to do just for your weekend since you cultivated me, Jamiroquai. Invasion invasion of the booty snatchers and just everything. That I've liked and I've loved what you've done this week musically. On the other side, I'm trying to give you some older school knowledge. Tower power, what is hip soul vaccination of her though and oh, man, there just so many just just start there. Okay, I will thanks, so dolphins with the obvious. They ranked last in the NFL rushing yards, seventy two, and a half a game Miami needs a running game to help their offense and twenty twenty feels like my guy might mail by one. Am I. Think so the Non Obvious for the? The dolphins. What is it well? Probably something related to the defense Now they were a they were terrible both directions, but it's particularly against the run last year, but they've actually got some talent in the in the secondary I'm Jew. I'm going to guess that it's going to be a defense. Thank why I say. The HIP matters with to Tunga, Beila but the virtual offseason and a Harvard Grad. With a Wunderlich million and an SAT. That was two million right Ryan Fitzpatrick Starts Week. One I think so okay, and plus he it's from the offense smart picks things up to. We'll get his time. Yup, but I would bet your beloved stu beard week one. Lombardi's not obvious for the dolphins and believe it or not. This actually leads to a Cam Newton talker is the. The dolphins need to play better defense during the middle eight of the game, the last four minutes of the first half, and the first four of the second half Miami ranked last in preventing scoring at the end of first halves, allowing ninety six points, and they ranked thirtieth overall in allowing fifty six points on the first drive of the second half. What all in the year! Over? In total the fens allowed one hundred and fifty two points in the Middle Eight, four into it, four out of it that for for what he may have mailed, and with that obvious boy made up the non. which gets me here? Gets me to hear. When to Tunga by up has a chance to play, and it most likely will be very early. He he has a chance to own the town. And what I mean is owning Miami and door South Florida I. Think would be fresh. The heat gyp Jimmy Butler Jimmy. Doesn't own the down now. Jim Good, but he doesn't like Dwayne Wade own the doubt he did. LBJ On the town. Yeah, correspondent on the town just like it was an acquaintance with the other he was. Was Renting while they on Bosch was renting the down now or in each rents, the town Bam off a Baio rents the down to has an opportunity to own that town without Jimmy Butler. They should love the way he plays, and how much he cares, but he's far from the Minister of Miami. To has an excellent chance. Tell me if I'm stretching it here. To has an excellent chance to become the best quarterback in the AFC east by Halloween. Well be better than Josh Allen Sam Darnold and Cam Newton, and that's assuming cameron makes the team. Yes, okay then and is the starter yet. The CAM deal well. He's not starting. He's not on the team. They will cut him so with young cameron the the one year. It's a proven deal I mean it's their. They're honestly with all due respect. There's not much different difference between the deal. They gave Cam forget the money for a second getting up to seven and like former packers, defensive lineman Daytona Jones rolling into Minnesota in the off season on a one year proved ideal. Cams on approve at bit so so therefore you have that Sam Darnold. What I mean you. You just mentioned it up. What's special with Sam Darnold? He's mechanical. It's I don't mind Sam I wouldn't mind if he was on my team. It's kind of a mechanical quarterback I know he was drafted super high. Yeah, but like you. You Watch more SAM. Darnold more gets the me and you follow the box scores markedly closer than me. What special was Sam Darnold? He's got a really good arm Paul We've seen some flashes of some real quarterback intelligence from him guy, but so you. Inconsistent and I don't think Adam Gates gets the best out of much of anybody so i. don't I don't I think if you're a jets fan, you're you're really in a wait and see on Sam Darnold, and it could go either direct you. You think it's unfair for me to say in the Times I've seen him. Which included a live game? I believe last year the year before he he's mechanical, just a mechanical Kinda Guy, which I think, there are a lot of younger quarterbacks that are like gotta do this gotTa look I gotTa look. Right I got you know. Go make my throw. I think he'll become a little more natural overtime. Okay Josh Allen. Absolutely cannot trust him to make the right third-down throw in a massive spot I like him, but as we're putting them in this gate for the best quarterback in the AFC east. Josh Josh. Allen is far from favored well especially as a passer. Would I love Josh Allen is. Hyper competitive. He will give up his body. He will run if he if he will throw these crazy deep balls. They're not accurate, but he's just launched balls downfield. The will to win in Josh. Allen is apparent and I. Love that part about him, but he's never going to be a technically great pocket passer at the end of the day keeping Milwaukee. You beat them. You beat most most of the great quarterbacks. Most are our guys that can be great in the pocket, and that's just not josh out so now. We get to young Cameron and. And Cam Newton is as we line them up in the gate here, and by the way stem and Hoyer have spots in the gate. Because the New England clip has not been settled, we got three there. This is the this is the best quarterback in the division Derby, yeah, the Division would be the AFC so in the gate. You have young. Cameron stood him Hoyer Allen Darnold. Fitzpatrick and to Tunga by LOA. Horse, race seven yet seven. I mean there's nobody for the jet sore for the bills. WHO SHOULD BE CONSIDERED SOUND? No, no, no can absolutely say got them all in the gate with those in the gate I make Cam. Newton favored to win best quarterback in the Division Derby, but favorites get beat. Would you make in favor of those seven now to win the season as the best quarterback in the division? No, here's what. Cam Newton as a as. Cam Newton is a runner is pretty electrifying. He didn't really run it all the last couple of years, and not a last year of excuse hurt, but even before that wheels came off Cam, and when he had become a pocket passer. Yep, he was Andy Dalton Paul. He was two hundred thirty one passing yards per game. One point four passing touchdowns per game data is Andy Dalton Yeah Bench. Last you see, but I got a credit rivera and whomever the offensive coordinator was at that time. It was not north. It was the one before North because they did do that. That into the season, and he's going to stay in the pocket and this what we need. They changed it. I mean a change during the season could. Because it was awful, it was bad. That's just not who we itself. You're the Patriots Paul on your bill. Check and Bella check the single best trait of the best coach in the history of football is this? He devises an offense around the streets of his players. Yeah, he's GonNa look at Cam Newton and I think in pretty short order of Kansas Starter. He's going to say. I May as well run him I have. HAVE NOTHING TO LOSE. League got on this contract I may as well run CAM. He's fully healthy. Because that's what makes them special, and that's what makes them dangerous so I think we're going to see the running version of Cam Newton and that's where he can. That's can be really special, and hopefully that's going to be the case for Cam. They run them a bunch that also style up his fantasy owners, and that's what can make Kim the best quarterback in the AFC. Okay well if he's going to win that best quarterback in the Division Derby, the AFC team he may or Or may not be favored, I made him favourite off equity and an up what he has done during the course of his career now he is often injury that involves his wonderful throwing arm. Okay, and that's what really bugs me and an injury by the way with his throwing arm that six months ago. He said scared the heck out of him where he thought it was over. He's like he couldn't throw a ball. Thirty feet or thirty yards might be thirty yards. Yeah, he couldn't get the spiral or or have velocity and or Alacrity on it, so he was unbelievably scared. He absolutely. It absolutely plays into a one year. PROVEA deal for Cameron Newton and what he received because there was a time width alikes of Ben Rothlisberger okay. Aaron Rodgers to. Cam Newton's deep ball was one of the most beautiful in the game. I mean it. It was mostly accurate, but when he would wind up and hoist that thing, and that beautiful spiral would sail down the the field into the arms of Steve Smith Steve Smith bunches whomever Yeah Benjamin It was beautiful, and if cam now is limited by mobility, because he's not running as much and and his arm strength is a question, does even make the team. He might not even make the team. He might not make the team, but I think he i. think he will cause. The deal is so cheap Paul I don. DARTING CAM will quit can't quit in left. Be Clear. Has in I've heard you say that man does that that that super bowl play was embarrassing, but I mean it's such with all due respect, low-hanging fruit. One play I'm not I'm not just by me. Play I've I. Ask people who say there's find me another one. The whole Vike and chats talked about this before that Viking game when he came here in the cold weather out Chad has said it I. We all saw it on TV that dude. Played a game to just lose and go home. Okay that he got when grunt from wrong here, yes, they went fifteen and one and went to the Super Bowl the one loss they had was not against the Vikings. Okay, what they did. They had a good record that yeah, yes, thank. That was their super bowl year that yeah I don't i. and and and the he didn't dive into the pile against the broncos in the super, bowl and it was embarrassing. It was an embarrassing moment, and if camera here, I would say it and he might say I. Don't know what he'd say. and after the game after the Super Bowl when he needs to go face the press he was. Belligerent short and then he left. What's the point? The point is the character the character for Cam characters. Fine I don't I damage. That's group. There I'm not saying he's a bad. By me off, you know I'm not even character and there are. I'm not saying that kind of character. I'm saying the will to win the accountability I. Don't think those things are there in Cam Newton like they are in some other players that just. That will fight and scrap every single moment. That's not Cam Newton. It might not be, but you know. I think that there are facets of cams game and facets of who he is and remember. We were the first the first combine we did in Indianapolis. Cam Newton was the first overall pick in the draft. Yeah, and then won rookie of the year, and he was awesome and the day we arrived the story. The day before was I mean it's so stupid that it was controversial, but whatever may be people were looking for controversy in the purge. It dumb was cam. Saying I'm an entertainer. You know I'm here to entertain right? Yes, and then like. Everybody in the the old, the old guard, and and the antiquated side of the NFL was like well. That's not what you're supposed to say. Right out of the gate that you're an entertainer. No, you're going to try hard and do this and memorize the blaze and the whole thing, but that's who can always has been in the entertainment business. Football is an entertainment business facet. He's an entertainer is very good at what he does. It's entertaining. Entertaining trying hard entertaining, what's his record is lifetime record we apathy. He's about ten games. Oh, I happen. Just look it up. He's about ten games over five hundred lifetime right, but see I am I tried to retract that immediately when I said it because in an eleven on eleven game. It's it's equally. It's not equally as important to say hey. What's Cam Newton's record compared to Darryl Worley? WHO's playing corner safety? Yeah, because so much goes into it. Yeah, I, mean it's teach their own hair and my own is I find Cam Newton to be incredibly engaging I find him to be very galvanizing when he speaks because I've seen him online. Speak Jer when he speaks to crowds in the way, tell story I find him to be incredibly touching, giving and loving with kids, and I've seen that before and I'm not gonNA. Take that bowl moment and the fact that Jack Greenway who I respect, says somebody quit? quit on a day. It was minus forty at Tci Bank stadium, and then like blanket the guys. That's who he is, he is Cam Newton is a he's a smart man. There are a lot of things I I'd like to spend A. I'd like to spend a fishing trip with Canada. We're talking about CAM news. quarterback I don't care that he's an eloquent speaker. I want my quarterback to do everything he can to win every game every play. Never give up battle the whole time, not going to answer. The Ham but you can't say that's not him. Off Two examples from let's say a hundred and fifty games minimum he you can't. You just can't i. mean you ask for another example I gave you a very valid other example I think he's just you watch him play the judge. The fire just isn't give some. Guys you look at go man, you can tell that guy is just be just out. Burning to win drew brees. Just okay. Every play your your. He exudes it and Cam just doesn't have that okay well, then explained to me. Let's let's Hatrick. Let's go. Play Patrick mahomes takes off. Let's go local. What do you see or what's your perception of Kirk cousins when it comes to exactly what you're looking for burning for it or whatever you're saying, whatever intangible cameron does not possess, and then Kirk has got more obvious will to win I think if all the criticism withering non non stop criticism icy of Kirk on twitter. Much of it directed at me and Kirk. Almost none of it is. And I don't think it's valid. He doesn't want to win. It doesn't try to win. Do Try Kirk tries all the time. The criticises never that just can't. I don't agree camp drives all the time, yeah! This. Here's what we're GONNA do is the radio show is over and thirty three seconds. I'll try today, but some somewhere very soon. We are going to settle part of this verbal bat, because I'm. GonNa call somebody who would know more about Norian or working. Visual a tank then, Dan. Do we bless? You have a great weekend and thank you for sharing the Friday football fees today, Paul. CIANCI, I'm Paul. Allen Max my treat this week, but anytime you need anything with that podcast. You should see the other guy whatever you hit up nine to noon and we got you. Anytime a big fight coming up, let me know I'd love to come on again. Yup, great job! Max Polar produced nine to noon this week and I'm Paul Allen from the Brian Heating and Cooling Studios at FM one hundred point, three k. f. a. n. have a great weekend. Thanks for listening by make. Temple. podcast today's Paul Allen show listened to premiums. Show and interviews go into the iheartradio. APP OR KFI DOT COM.