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A Multi-Million Dollar Disaster (Fyre Festival)

VIEWS with David Dobrik and Jason Nash

39:55 min | 1 year ago

A Multi-Million Dollar Disaster (Fyre Festival)

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So you can hang yourself because you're likeability scale has gone way down brother. Let me tell you something the tests came back and sure I m fat. Yes. That's what a lot of people say they. They say Jason we don't like when he talks because we can hear is that fateful. Jason I go. This isn't a visual thing. It doesn't matter. He sounds huge. Jason we'll play the muscular, man. On on who has a vagina and his ugly. Hey, guys, just the views podcast. I'm David twenty two Jason eighty five forty five. Who cares is old isn't a die soon. His mom's in town, which was great surprise. It was Super Bowl tickets amazing. Yes. She excited so excited. She talking about it. Could she make it there? That's going to be a problem. Yeah. I'm already thinking about can you walk from Lynn you enter to the seat. That's going to be re. I'm thinking about the drive to the airport. Yeah. That'd be until Anna. She can't get my fucking car my driveway. Yes. So so we got us tickets the Super Bowl, and it's an Atlanta. She's in Boston. I want you to know that I find it's completely. Okay. For for you to be like, hey, mom. You don't have to go. If you don't want to. Yeah. 'cause I don't know. 'cause some people just prefer watching it at home. Right. We went last year. Wasn't it? Weird to see the halftime show up slow do all those things are so bad in. I I've said this before I used to go to to wrestlemainia. Yeah. WWE or whatever. And I used to go in person and in personnel. It's awful because you don't hear the announcer. All you hear his grunting. But like it's so much better on TV. Like, we went to the Floyd Mayweather fight. And it was it was so much better. Did you go? Yeah. I went with you. Oh, yes. I sat next to you. Right time. Holy shit. Actually wrote about it in a short story. You're ready a book. Yes, I am. What is going? Really? Well, they read everything and they were like this is fucking great. As like, really, we really couldn't believe it. I'm kinda scared. What do you put in the book about me mostly about you? And how he treated me over the years. I knew it was going to buy this podcast. You know, see like the problem with me is like I'll treat you like shit. But I'll be like the cameras are off. I'll get away with this. I heard you writing a book, and I'm like fuck, I gotta I really got timing up around here. Now, there's there's literally not a lot in there about you at all in all it's in. There is not super nice stuff. Mom, kind of offended like yesterday. I what are you? What are you talking about? It's it's a lot about just like what what I've done with my life and how how short book made it. Yeah. No. It's it's it's a lot about like color. It's a lot about like how how much I fucked it up. That's mostly what it's about. Yeah. Long book. The article in the globe that came out. I said all nice things about you. I'm really particular to and sometimes people lots of times people get me on podcast, and then they're like, so David. That's like the first thing. And I'm like fuck like, why did I they weren't force? They did that with the article at the globe to they want the inside scoop. Yeah. And then they were like conducted in this article, which you said some really nice things about me and some funny things. So thank you. But yes, I appreciate it. But I thought that article was good for both of us. I really did. You know, that was one thing that I was thinking about this. One thing. I was thinking about this morning was like you have a hard time. Okay jewel. Jason Jason would just got interviewed for the Boston Globe. Is that a big deal if you'll for Boston it is? Yeah. It's like the main one there. That's sick. I mean, that's the anybody. Call you from your hometown. I really I check Twitter as like, no, no one cares. You know, what's new? It's funny though. It's like I feel like we never we never like enjoy anything you. And I yeah. Like or you won't even let me enjoy anything. I think I think you do that. So I work harder. I don't know. I think I think than joining the enjoying comes in in the in our job every the enjoyment. Part of our lives comes within seconds in our within our days that comes in little Spurs in little moments. I think we have a lot we have a lot less time, sin joy. But the times we are enjoying are so much more powerful than regular people's because it's just like it's so hard to come by. I don't know how to explain seconds that you had recently when you shot Todd with the papal then the face or the face. But when. Yeah, like what? Yeah. Like when something just like works yesterday. So I'm doing this with my friends where I give them one hundred dollars, and I could shoot him with a paintball gun once and he time during the week, and I don't and I don't tell them what I'm coming. Yes. Okay. I found out my friend was getting a tattoo. So I drove to the tattoo parlor and actually beat him there. And I went up to the tattoo guy. And I just had a little baggie with my pistol in it. And I go listen, I have I have about with my friend where I get the shoe with an. With the paintball gun, and he didn't recognize me or anything. And then I started explaining him explaining the story to him. And he goes, oh, wait, I know you I saw this yesterday. And I'm like great. So can I shoot up and he's like, yeah. Go hide in the bathroom. So I hid in the bathroom. And I waited for my friend Todd to to come and get his tattoo and then while he was getting his tattoo. I came out of the shop with the gun already in my hand. And I'm on Hollywood Boulevard. So I'm like, I can't believe I'm getting away with this. And then I went up and I shot him right in the leg. I'm so that was fun L C, you that was a couple of people that are, and everyone was very quiet and that they didn't want to give away. My secret something funny happened. I was at a was at a party. And and I rented this guy who have like kinda known. I've known him for like three years. You just see in places, right? Like, I don't really know him. But like, I'm just seeing them a lot. And he's like, what are you up to? And I'm like, I don't know same old same old make videos, and I'm like, what are you up to? And he's like he's like, I'm doing social audio. Oh, that's cool. That's awesome. And amac wet and he's like, oh podcast working on podcast minimum. Oh, cool. He's like, yeah. I just I just think the podcast is just so outdated. And it just like it social audio was just like it's like a new hip term for like younger kids who maybe don't know about podcasts and want to get into it. And I go, oh, that's weird social audio. Almost sounds a lot worse than podcast. Write like it. Sounds like you're you guys are the ones that are out there. And here's okay. And then I should this is fucking real. And it was so great because he owned up to it. Thirty minutes later. He comes up to me goes, dude. I can't stop thinking about it. But you are so right. Social audio sounds fucking awful. And I'm so glad that finally someone had the balls to tell me that fucking crazy back to podcast. She said this to me, how insane is that his whole company's done. That was so great. He's like he's like I'm gonna I'm gonna call the guys, and we're going to go back to podcast, and I'm like fucking great. Hey, I watched the fire festival doc last night. Oh, you did. You watched it. Yeah. It's good. Isn't that insane wash? It was widened Charlie. They were loving it. So the fire festivals? Basically a festival it was supposed to be this huge exclusive festival where tickets were the cheapest ticket was like a foul dollars and the most expensive one was I'd like a quarter of a million dollars. Like, it was it was supposed to be this huge luxury vacation all these models. Promoted it like from kennel g g headed Bella Hadid. Like all of these models. Yeah. And and then they just couldn't get it done in time. And it was a complete fucking disaster. No-one you I should look up the documentary on Netflix, literally, no one or Hulu, no one. Had a place to stay. There was no food. It was fucking chaos. And then and then they cancelled the festival like the first day in would you think I thought it was incredible isn't insane credible? What that guy did? Incredible. How stupid people are like to to just because a model tells you to do something they're drawn by that. I don't think that's a model tells you to do something. Maybe don't do it. Okay. Hold on. I don't think that's the right thing. I know you're friends with lots of models. I'm not defending any of them. I'm just I'm just saying first of all I would I would have totally posted for the fire. If they came to me, and they're like, hey, we have seventy grand grand picture. I've been like. Yeah. Sure. This was a great festival. Right. And and we'll no I don't think people are stupid for believing. It was going to be real. They were stupid for for. Yes. They are because they should've researched it they should have seen like, okay? What what am I gonna get? What am I gonna get off so dumb? How often like it's like if I'm going to Coachella. Yeah. You better fucking believe. I'm going to know where my ass is staying. Okay. What exactly I'm going to be? I think I think. Okay. So dumb to go down. But I'm saying a couple months before when you buy the tickets when they bought them. They bought them, right? When these models launched the videos, right? So then have any time to research, and then they had the tickets. I guess it's their fault for actually flying out there. Oh, yeah. Yeah. That would have eaten the ticket. Yeah. But but like for buying the ticket originally, like if I saw all these models promoting this thing, which I did right? And I had the money. I'd. I'd be like, yeah. Sure. The seems great like the like, they're all they're all subscribe to the fact that this is going to be great Coachella or festival it may be insane. But this idea that I'm going to go somewhere, and I'm gonna get FaceTime with gee-gee Hadid. No. I don't think that's what it was. I think that is. I remember that was what they offered they offered access to these people access to like sit there and drink with John rule or whoever you fucking care about. And just know that like, you know, it's not realistic at all what I thought was insane. So the the owner of the fire festival. He's now going to jail for six years. Right. Six years. Yeah. It's fucking forfeit like twenty five million dollars. Did you catch the other thing that he did after the fire festival that was so dom- what he do like he was on probation? He got out on three hundred thousand dollars for the fire festival. And then he goes back to just scamming people for tickets. Oh, yeah. Like selling a backstage tickets to like VIP tickets to like burning man, which don't exist. Oh, that's what got him. Oh, he's just really dumb is dumb. Yeah. And during that he was a great salesman. You reminded me of you one. He was really dumb. But he reminded me of you know, he was they kept saying in the documentary like he could sell you anything. He's the best salesman. And you're good you. I'm not saying, you're you're obviously very good morally, you would never do something like that. But I'm just saying to remind maybe it emitted me feel really interesting feel really bad for him. It did I didn't feel that from at all. I was like this is something that some ambitious guy would come up with and just could you imagine failing something and letting so many people down and causing. There's there's a point in the documentary where one of the guys who was like helping orchestrate it. They like they had to get like they had to ask for a favor from someone in town. And he he said that he was literally going to suck his dick yell. Yeah. Yeah. That's crazy that he reveal back. That was crazy. He this guy said they needed it. What do they need like they needed to pay off the import tax the Bahamian? Yep. Tax, and they didn't have the money in time. So he was gonna go and who's going to. Suck. This guy's dick instead of paying them right away. Right. And the guy was nice, and there's like you don't need to do that just pay me when you had the money like it got so desperate that that people were people were doing that. I don't know and the whole thing fell apart that I think it's fucking crazy. I think it's the it's I don't know. I don't think I don't think it's as bad as people think, I think right? If I if I knew how bad it was going to be I would have spent twenty grand on a ticket because that is a fucking experience like being part of like what stock like that's never going to happen. That's never going to happen. Again, nothing ever is going to be that big of a disaster. Yeah. We'll. Things come along. And do it again, something will happen. And I mean, a festival was I think what would be smart is. If they read that again. Yeah. Yeah. Fitted a fire festival to I think it would be that obviously plan it better. And I think it already have so much attention that people buy tickets to it just for just for the story. I think I think they should do it again. I don't know regardless. There's a lot of money Lau lost on that. And speaking of a lot of money lost taxes are around the corner, and you've got real tax questions. 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They they came to conclusion that he just has to pay twenty one million dollars twenty one million dollars for not paying taxes, and he doesn't have to go. Joe Twenty-one fucking million dollars. That's all that's nuts thinking you've got to consider the contract play. And then all the endorsements. No. I mean. Yeah. He can definitely I think he's the highest paid athlete in the world and to. Yeah. I think it's soccer's on another level that we don't know about you know, soccer's creeping around behind our backs soccer's a big deal. I don't think it's creeping around are Americans backs, isn't it? I mean, it's always been a silly soccer's big here. I don't get it at all. I think soccer should be the biggest. Soccer's like, what's your money where your mouth is David? I've never seen you watch a soccer game. I used to when I was in when I was in Illinois Italy played Slovakia watched one game. So it was waiting for Natalie because we were gonna go goal bullying. So I but she was late. And then he said wondering when link. No, I think I think soccer's I think soccer is a lot more exciting to watch the just called David just called his assistant and she picks up the phone, and she goes what? So funny. She's she's sticking a break. She's tired of your stuff who's tired. That's okay. You give you give it to her a lot. I guess she probably has to operate like that. Because you're so she has a mandate. You know, sometimes I'm scared to ask her for things. You are. Oh, that's weird. Yeah. I guess I. Yeah. I know you do your like because I'm like I would be too bothered her today. Look I'll have to like ref- Alec. I'm always rephrasing things. Sure. So like if I need her to clean up around the living room don't say, can you clean up the living room because then that it's kind of like go clean up the living room. I it doesn't sound good. How do you face it? Then I say, can you just go straight up around the living room? And I say like that. And I say quickly. So I go like, so I go like, let's send you something grocery store. I'm like can you pick up razors, and then clean up and then straightened around the living room? Like, I say really quick. Yeah. Yeah. And I'll get to like the other thing quicker. Yeah. It's tough. And sometimes, and you let slip crazy is like it'll be like it'll be like five PM. And I don't know why think this is insane. But I'd be like can you go pick up Chick-fil-A from me? And she'll be like. Yeah. And I forget that you my sister, and I'm paying her. Yeah. And I just find it so mind blowing that she says. Yes, I don't know why. But every every time she says something like really cool like today. I was like I was like I was like can you pick me up AAA before we finish our podcast. So I have it when I'm done and she's like, okay, fine. And I'm like, okay, you sure. I don't know why I know I'm paying here. But I still find it like mind blowing that like I have an assistant. That's so it's so helpful. I don't know how I functioned without an assistant before. But are you good about like putting her time in the right places? Oh, yeah. Hundred percent. You are I know with mine like I'll have something to do. And I'm like, no I'd much rather work on the other thing than go out dumping. Well, now, I have my mind wrapped around something stupid. I I'm trying to get this Gumbo machinery stored. So I can have it in my house and taking up a lot of time. And I really regret catching having my I catch that. Because now that's all she's working on. But no. Yeah. Resources are in the right place a bone to pick with you great. The other day, Mr. braggart bragging bragging bragging bragging about all your masturbation. Bragging meduse he's saying there was a computer lab is left at the three times. I was I was kidding about three times. He'll do it. Again, right now. I just couldn't stop masturbate my young Boehner. Just get so hard. Whenever I want it. Snap my fingers. Wow. You've really took it personally. Like did. I just said I just I was saying I found a very I found like like Matthew, mcconaughey. Hey, when he talks about masturbating, and we'll for Wall Street. Do I think that? Yeah. It's like. Like, it helps you get your mind off things and helps you get done with work. It does. Yes, bro. Like, you're not thinking about anything because you're like all your like sexual thoughts are out of the way. Oh, right. Right. Right. And it's so it's so easy to I guess I used to be like when I was young you go doing you're done. I I didn't know me saying I find a new work method really pissed you off like that. No. So personal that my dick Jack hammered in an hour. Oh, yeah. How how has that been? I I reported last week. Yeah. Last week. Jason started this new dick treatment yet that gives you a bigger Boehner. They jackhammer your dick in your with electric city. Yeah. With balls and stuff. Yeah. I mean. Yeah. And under your balls. And and a woman does it and has, you know, trite conversation with you while she's Jack hammering us. Yeah. Sure. Sure. How many kids do you have to get to? That's nice dot what's the update. How many how many kids so anyways? It was weird. I had. It's unbelievable. Yeah. David unreal. I don't know what they did. I don't know if it's going to go away Cup bigger. My penis is bigger. I'm not even kidding. Even flaccid. It's bigger member. The other tip number couple of weeks ago when you had short shorties, and you had it in your mouth. And you were like. He's kidding, Trish. Member a couple of weeks ago when you like pointed I had like some short shorts on like pointing to my dick and balls and you're like, oh, so small. Yeah. But now, it's bigger. Wow. I'm in the bathroom. It's crazy. Crazy crazy. I can't even tell you. How much are you spending on this ago? And I have a friend that went, and he was like as like to this is crazy. He's like, I know how much are you spending. It was three grand three grand for all the treatments. How many times have to go six? Wow. Okay. It was literally like a couple of hours later. I don't know what they did. But you're like a non believer the first time, right? Yeah. I thought he'd been had. But it was worth every penny and a half to put my penis saw twice a day with the penis pump. Okay. That's fucked up, and my mom knocked on the door the other day when I was doing it with that sucked or a shit, Jason had boiled or scrambled. I'm in. I'm in here. A forty five Hume. Okay. Let's see. Forty five. I know she found the penis pump to but she didn't say anything probably thought it was a bomb. Are you smoking again, Jack and make a who you have a penis pump. I guess I guess you have to win your four told me if I want to get my money's worth after pump it, but it's almost like too much pitas is too much makes it to congratulations on your big penis sakes. Man speaking really appreciate it since I'm over three and a half inches now. That's that's big right? Yeah. That's huge. Yeah. Yeah. Cool. That's all massive hiring could be pretty time consuming. Can you post the job of several online job have you ever thought or anybody? Oh, no. I have an assistant. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. You pay him. Jason. All right. You post the job as several online job boards. Only to get tons of the wrong resumes. Then you have to sort through all the resumes, just to find a few people with the right skills and experience those job sites that overwhelm you with wrong resumes. They're not smart. That's why you should do smart thing. And go to ZipRecruiter dot com slash Nash. Unlike other job sites. Ziprecruiter, fries qualified qualified candidates for you. It's powerful matching technology skins thousands of resumes. Satisfy the right skills education and experience in a person to help you pair them with your job. 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It comes with great misfortune this week that Joe's teeny weeny podcast is in a shutdown. We have some internal issues and are currently at a standstill also until everything resolved. Joe's teeny weeny podcast is on a current hiatus at our choice, not at the choice of David or Jason. And we will now return to use podcast. Thank you. Qatar on short, those twenty three seconds. Thanks job. Joe Joe for not wasting our time too long. Joe Joe got topic on then on now, and that was a government shutdown. Yeah. Those government shutdown reference. Yeah. That that didn't land. Yeah. It was that was that supposed to be funny. Joe? Okay. Well, I am I reading too much into it was that is that a reference to the government shutdown. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I didn't know our tax dollars. We're going towards the teeny weeny. Joe? That's that was great. The job. Joe is just he's so creative. Like, how does he find a new way to waste their time? Every week all his ideas are kind of like the boat is right there. But no one can get off. Yeah. I don't know. Something like that all his ideas. His ideas, they're good his ideas feel like the ideas you'd get from an intern. You're about to fire. Ideas are like it's like, we don't even want you here for free. Yeah. It's kinda strange, but I will say the same party. I was at the other day some guy came up to me. And he goes holy fuck. David, and I go. Yeah. And he goes, dude, I love love your podcast like fucking love it so much. I listen to it's one of my favorite things. I'm like, thank you so much, and I go this is Joe, and he goes Joe. All my I'm telling you he fucking froze. And and he wasn't kidding. He wasn't kidding. He was he was actually because he'd known fucking sees. Joe? Right. Right. It was just a voice civil people probably think that maybe it's just you doing another voice. So when they when they see Joe and he fucking freaked out. I'm not making this up throws, dude. Oh my God. It's such a pleasure to me. Can I have a picture with you two? Like five times more than bringing about me. I I'm like, you know, that his podcast is inside mine. Hi, this wouldn't exist without mine. I thought that was so funny. Well, that's fun. Yeah. Joe got some 'cause I was just a lot that was rewarding that was that was worth all the all the shit teeny. When you podcasts he has on this show. Can't tell you about Robin Hood, Robin Hood is investing after lets you buy and sell stocks ETF's options and cryptos all commission free. They strive to make financial services work for everyone. Not just the wealthy guys, Robin. Who's is is incredible. I mean, what can I say, it's there's no commission fees and other brokers can charge for ten dollars forever trade, but robinhood doesn't charge commission fees. It's designed it's so easy to use. And you can learn as you go learn how to invest as you build your portfolio. 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Coach everybody mad at me. All the time. David why? Because you stay the stupidest shit. What do I say? I I'm dumb. So he gonna say no, look like it was coming out of your mouth your lips. What like your go with the shoe fits? No. I mean, if your ex-wife is calling you about problems. Yeah. Then like. Sorry. I literally just I wanted to my own world for a second. And I thought about how nicer would be to see a movie tonight. I just completely forgot about like the work that we have in front of us. And I was like what would you see? I don't know how I totally got sidetracked from your story movies are not the same as they used to be for. Why do you think that I just don't think there's good? They're not as good. You're right. It's harder to come by good movie. Right. Yes. Even the lady Gaga movie, which I love lady Gaga was like it was. What was the last movie you saw last insane movie? Damn man. I saw aquaman, but it wasn't good. Hey, I heard that was back. Good. It was tough to watch. I don't know. I it doesn't make any sense everyone's underwater. How could that be makes no sense to me? And then you're watching people talk underwater that's impossible. That's talking in the word. They won't live. I think it's our friend Carly who can't watch movies like that. Did you did you know that about her? Why can't she she can't watch? So she can't watch like a marvel superhero movie because it's not real, oh, I'm kind of like that. So she'll be like she'll be like like, let's say iron man iron man has to defeat these mutant rats, right? That are like human sized, great stolen. And and she'll just be watching it. She'll be like, that's that's not real. That's not a problem. He doesn't have to do that. Like why like little should be like why why am I watching this like it's not real like nothing that can't happen? I'm like that with with issues stuff. She she can't watch any movies sounds or like the fantasy. I get it can't watch Lord of the rings. Come because she's like that. This is stupid. That's our real dumb doesn't. Yeah. Right. It's Star Wars Star Wars couldn't happen. Yeah. There's light sabers. That's so that and I'm like, and I'm like, but you can't you don't like you can't submerge yourself into this whole world. She's like, no, I just I don't understand how you could possibly enjoy something that can't happen. Right. Which is so fucking interesting to me, by the way, things are great with my ex wife now that I shouldn't have said anything, but she's a very nice person really fucked yourself. And now, I fucked self people work Dave started talking about movies in the middle of that. She's a great person. She's very nice to me. So please man she's got Trish is going to be mad at me for talking about her ex on the podcast. And then I'm just gonna go put a bullet in my podcast. Listen, guys, Trish. She's the best. My ex wife sucks. I said the podcast after that guys actually was great Tricia sucks. What's the word with the teachers shutdown? What is that all about the might be going back to school tomorrow? They've missed seven days a school. Wait, your kids haven't been in school for seven days seven school days. Yeah. Over week. Is this only in California? Yeah. LA unified LA. Oh my God. So teachers are going on strike here. Because they're not getting what the not getting not getting paid enough. They're not getting paid enough. Yeah. I mean, it's it's a crazy situation. Like, we all should power for school. How do you should pay more? How do your kids feel about that there on the teacher's side? But are they k- psych for another school? The teachers finally get paid more than you should get pinned more going on a strike. They're actually excited to go back today because they're kind of nerdy. But. They you know, there's such goody goodies because another bus because they're kind of losers. They love school. They lived alert. Hey, hey, you do my kids. It's their birthday month. David. They're both born in January. So we're celebrating all month long for me top. What are you gonna get them? You've already got him seven apple watches act to be honest, David. I'm got them. Nothing about that. Yeah. I feel like that'd be good. Yeah. Enough. You're right enough. Give them something to do. Give them chores. Give them a responsibility. Hem take out the trash a really, yes. They don't have a single chore choice. Ten dollars young to be taken out trash. No, you can t the dishwasher when your time you can can't even reach one the plates. Go have a figure it out. I still figure it out and send her put her in a factory, especially how old's Wyatt maker seamstress house. Why I don't know seventeen. He's not seven thirteen. You should have him. Do chores. I did you do chores growing up. I would do like half ash towards like date star like there'd be this initiative that would come down. You're gonna do chores. And then you do it like once. And then it was just oh, you're one of those families. Yeah. Oh, wow. When my when my parents me, we're doing chores, it was gonna be I do those chores for week, and then they're going to start piling on even more. Really? Yeah. It was bad. You really to me as a kid now looking back. It was fucking like emptying out the dishwasher and taking out the trash, but like I had like I like four towards a week. But when I missed one fucking all hell broke loose like it was really. Yeah. It was chaos. What would they do though? Just be so get grounded. It was bad. It was bad. What was it three missed like trash yelich trash day? Oh, which is bad because when you miss when you miss taking out the trash bins. Now, you got full trashman's. Yeah. For a whole week, and I would have to ask, and I would have to stand inside the trash bins. And and stop on it like, I was making wine just to get the trash all went to the bottom of the Ben. So I can fit more. Trash into it. When I would miss it. Did you forget or did you forget on purpose? No would forget you would forget. Yeah. We busy thinking about school sex money drugs all his back in your deal in you know, I was actually I actually started a ping pong club in my high school. How'd that go down? It was great. I didn't start it. I didn't start it myself. But I was I would I would show up to school which was it. Why would Tripp to school forty five minutes before every anybody? I sound like such a fucking loser. It's so crazy. Okay. I in in high school a lot of the loser things that would be like cliche. Loser. Things were kind of cool. So like her maybe David. Dating. Anyone staying home on prom night? That was a cool thing. Fuck you. Right. Okay. Maybe it was. No. But like, well, why would you go to school forty five minutes early because I would play ping pong. Okay. And it wasn't the cool kids. No. It wasn't. Okay. Fucking. Please, please. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. This is so funny book, please, please, please. I love it. I want to hear about it. So you go to school for. I don't think it's anything wrong with it. Forty five minutes early. The only person that would be there. I shouldn't you not would be the janitor. And sometimes they get their sorely where the door wouldn't it be unlocked yet, and I'd have to wait for him. And and the cafeteria lights would still be turned off. And. Yeah, sometimes it'd be like an hour early. And it just be me, and my friend, Alex, we'd get up he'd be having a morning, bagel. His hair would be so we'd walk to school his hair be so wet that it would free frozen Br break it off, and and we got school, and we set up the ping pong table because it was like put away and we'd start playing, and it was the only thing you would hear entire school. Is you like the hell the hallways were all actually because it would loop around. So you just hear the ping pong ball bouncing and entire school. I'm telling you, no one would be there except is to losers. And then more people would come in. And then you'd get and then you get the real losers who came in. You know, they are there to do homework and shit, like not cool stuff like me and ping pong friend about like, ten minutes before school would kids come around and start watching guys play and start to root for you. And by then I'd already be very sweaty. Because I've been playing for a while. And like I have to bring like a. I'd have to bring like an extra shirt to change into first school and gave it to people playing ping pong does not necessarily make a club. Yes. But it got so popular that the school at the shutdown or school and had to set up an own like it's own ping pong club at the end of the day. Oh mind to come here. Shut it down. And guess what? I'm not a fucking loser. So I didn't stay around ACA school. I said piece so I I yeah. I never came to ping pong sounds like you were to head of the curve there. Yeah. I I was playing ping pong before. It was cool. I I could see you being the pied piper making ping-pong cool. Yeah. I could see you definitely doing. Well. There's there's a couple of my friends that were that were very good at making lame things. Cool. Like I said like the hukou like crew like we used to do the crew which which was like for the sake of better word. It was literally the cheerleading section. We're like it was like school spirit. Yeah. So we dress up if it was a black guy we'd all dress up in black and we'd leave the student section and that was like a. On paper. It seems like a fucking stupid thing to do like with the fuck like, you, you imagine all the Kook being like that's fucking way. What's up with all the school spirit? I completely the opposite. Like every year when you turn it when you became a senior there is like a selected few. That would like they were like okay to do the crew. And I was like exciting, really? Yeah. And chosen not chosen, but you had to be like you had to have like enough balls like in the high school world to be like I want to be in the crew, right? And have an have someone not be like you can't be in the fucking crew. Fucking lose anyone ever tried to be in the crew. And someone was like no you can't be in the fucking crew. No. Because it's like it's like it's like an it's like a thing. Where like like if you don't you either in the crew, you're not. Yeah. Like like, you know, what it was probably a loser things. I'm trying to think myself so much cooler. No, no, no, no. It was like, I don't know. Maybe it's hard for me to tell because I know when I was in school. I all the things you describe in my school are fucking loser city like get beaten up but twenty years later, but that's how school works. But maybe your school is different hours later now. Now big frames? Like, I glass -is are popular like those back once before you get your ass Cova trash, Pete and feels like a fucking idiot. But now everybody wears them, even when they're not prescription. 'cause they look six funny. That's kinda just like what school is fuck. Your teacher. What fuck when you teachers know never be honest. Fuck. Okay. Now. Never. I definitely had some serious crushes on my teachers you dead. Yeah. Come on, David. Why? No. I had some serious crushes. Oh, you did. What would you say nothing? I wouldn't say anything, but I do voices change all of a sudden, what do you mean? It just got really little Dario ish. Like what I don't know. I wouldn't say anything let's between me. And MRs Rasa, would you make an excuse to like go up and like show her your paper that can I get some help on the no. But I was definitely a lot more flirty. And I was like an example flirty. Hey, you're looking pretty good today. Mrs Reggie Cousy. I. It wasn't like that. It was just like like, I would give her all my attention when she was talking to me. And it was like oh. Oh, you'd finally fucking times in class. I don't know. I don't know. I don't know. It was it was what I don't know these teachers either high school was the best time in the world or I'm completely fucking delusional a complete lizard. And I have no idea what I was doing these teachers did they wear like sexy outfits or no means skirts or jeans. No, my I'll do I'll admit one thing. One of my biggest crushes was on a teacher after she got pregnant when she was pregnant glowing. And I was like this woman's beautiful. I've never been attracted a pregnant lady before. But she's like gorgeous. I've seen that glow. In a pregnant woman. Weird right. You'd get a weird glow about him. Yeah. And yeah. And so so no she wasn't wearing like, no, none of these teachers were like wearing slutty. Like that. Wasn't that wasn't it? They're just like very pretty women. Well, and they were really pretty do you think they're all listen to this now going I wonder if it was me. No, I don't think anybody's listening to this. But, but I think they know because I've I've told like I I was friends with all my teachers. So tell the other teachers what teachers I would have a crush on. Oh, really? It'd be like oh my God. She's so hot to my other teachers, and she pick what my teacher would be like why does everyone thinks he's so hot. Yeah. It sounds like kind of weird and crossing the line. It is. That's like let's say the teachers were with our students like it was very like jobs and stuff like that. I get the teachers in our school very much could have been the students. Everyone was like the very similar in age. And I think that's what made school. So great. Oh is like is like like, you know, Mr. killing her, you know, Mr. MRs add Nyerere, like they're all very young, and they literally could have been students in the fucking class. That's what made it so cool is like it was so easy to relate to the teachers and the teachers related to us right on data whenever the teachers would talk shit about me, the teachers that were my friends would come to me and tell me, and we were in the work room. And he fucking hate you. I don't know why. But he hates you. And I don't know what I'm doing. I dunno guys. Well, that's all the time. We have for today's pilots it. Yeah. Ties when you're having fun, right? Thank you as president of this podcast. My name has Jeff my chef. And this has been of use podcasts. Go follow us on Twitter. Go follow me on Instagram. Trying to get the ten million dollars at David Dobric. Bye. Thanks for listening guys. Here's a quick and freeway to finally stick to your New Year's resolutions. Start listening to podcast on Spotify. 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Ep 131: Hasidicc

Bodega Boys

1:14:43 hr | 2 years ago

Ep 131: Hasidicc

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How you think Loria Stefan didn't it come on. Gloria Stefan just peeing on has. You should should like fucking poll. Who have the same hands. Rough, crack, lobster, say fuck that. Oh, you won't crack get it. Is it. A lot of things going on this week rose with. Can we start with? I mean the fuck about your Becky here while in can't be giving people cute names. Oh, they're gonna. You know what happened? If we keep giving white people, cute names like Bodega, Becky and gentrify gale and all that shit kale. One of them is going to take the name and put it on t. shirt and licensed. Oh, how sick are you gonna be when this is like. Flatbush team. Tee-shirt jumping on the van. Neighborhood. Can't do that and not take white. We would just do it for a viral video. CASA, black people viral Facebook eighty six. Oh, yeah. That's right. You tell me tell. Yeah, them big Ma. Yeah, Trump doing chose banging with the Saudis, even though they. He was like, oh, digs die every day he's a. Yeah, I mean was, were you there? I was. There was, you know, did you see this? You know, you hashtag you was damn. I g okay, I didn't. I mean you talking Brazi right now. Understand why. Why think you're getting a different country. Nick is the end up dead. Like how wide mind your business. Thanks. It was Turkey. What the fuck do I have to do with Turkey and November? Nothing gobble gobble vich. They were saying. You man the recipe Tamale the border day said he was alive when there was like his fingers often shit, what's yes. And they have a record a at the dude. What are the Saudi was like was like younger get troubled. I'll do that in here. Why? That's why I say you, you're feeding. All right. Now you'll be torture. People cut off, figure out the room. Out. I was at their walk in the room. Oh, you guys had this all? We had conference. Four. Oh, shit goes back to walk bad. Oh, damn. Gonna. Finish that crafty. Club to get a kind bar. Grab a bagel. His head Dr Dona in half and just put it back like I'm watching my weight. Oh. Now studios, they should make everything here out of milk. That'd be lit. How how long would it be before it smelled bad our, you know what? The word smell is the school that area all the milk. You got the bag with a little milk. Fan, you have showed me every disgusting horrific like lively video and existence at three, lively, Dan, I'm going to lose branches me. I'm going to one up your right now. One time I was coming out of the school and that fucking dumpster full of the ri- milk got hit by a kid and splashed in my face like and it was the most Phalle feeling my life dog. Like I got like childbirth blood on my hands. And I was still not as gross out as a write in discussing chocolate because I know like if it's like summer school. Oh, Joe, Joe twenty. Sizzling on ashville. Gross tap, open radish shit jumping back and say, like the wrath going. They gonna shorts. This is like a waterfall. This, like other reds, nicer uniforms Bill the house, Rascon foot and mouth, but milk lazy river around. Bob, I told you we needed a vacation. He was so stressed. Harry, I got snowbird in my son. We got a house in Boca. We go down there. Gross. Every part of body tickling fears. He going to school shopping my nephew miles who was selling candy. Joe rip-off thing I got a lot of trouble with is in fourth grade because we all know they switched up the program and they were just like, oh, you can either so candy and put that the points of selling the candy towards the books in the price book, or you could take two dollars off each bar. Candy sowed. So as a kid, I was like, yo. So if I could get these crappy toys, if I like do the home out or could just take two dollars off each one. And then the third option of here was like, well, just keep all this. With the problem was it was like my parents people. Chocolate mad money. Have this little people with the bat orders on your land. Hi, Koo. Koo Koo. I was like, oh, adults got mad money. No, seven dollars missing fail to him for seven after like two months, this one lady come coworker, Patsy. You bitch, she. Other like was. Charleston toll. So talking to clock chocolate. Have with the chocolate and I was like panicky like a little kid crazy to know where to find that should either so you. It wasn't like you run out, go by the China by. As long as fit. So. No, there was a earthquake in California. It was on the news, bad earthquake sows like, oh, the chocolate factory was a California got the suit. Yeah, you're gonna be. You can be back all that money. One lady over seven dollars USD seven dollars. While drug dealer or not. Vite everyone is like. A little game. We got little hustle do this shit every day. Who. Like I'm broke baby. Some grow every day booth a new pencil case. The baby's y'all, y'all, the chicken wings. You'll get you using the manual. Come on this out. We got oughta Matic. 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We have an omelet with a shave glass and omens, or you can get a cheese sandwich with relish and jelly. Why who insists why? Why you. I re regular Richie. We like just tries you. I think there is so rich, that meat and everything the world of the together. Red bull studios. Hey, is this. Oh, for code crab salad. Thank you. Hey. A great idea. Spill night, we get Empanada. Shit complain about first half. Meanwhile, the back the back of the Plato appeal straight face. What the pretzels you like? Shit, doping. Fuck you. Fuck of they get the jar of. He knows he put it in a hand. They went for the plane grise in the end. They store it in their fight. About eight chichi, right? It'd be like, oh, thirsty is a half a coke stupid half a Koga, joy, his glasses, too small fit this whole Cantu coke. And so you got to balance a half a can of coke on this stupid little shaky table out of the way that little holder shit doing this. MAC book? Yeah. Hope you book able to Cup all the shit. I'm not good at like four hours. Why? What you'll you'll put the soda thing, put the soda Nettie thing. They got pay you. You sit three across it like the person's actually. It was touching his garbage. What is that age. Joe, grab a Cup of give it to the order cred coal against the guy. You gotta pass it over the o scalp nastier than school milk. Oh, yeah. Allard translate by myself. People do that. And then we travel Kizer like mad like, okay, yeah, I'll take that. Like I pass somebody a diaper ones, and I was like, damn, they can ill. Oh, you bet. Like nervous. Like I don't know about you like, I don't know if I want to sit next to this flight now I don't travel with kids, but like if I'm traveling. Yeah, you have to change the diaper is like an hour in flight. Yeah. 'cause homey. Can you pass the diaper so you were in your seat? Yeah. That took to the cause that Paran, because I'm not. I would have just told the kid write code into. You gotta give them the stern look. Making that face. What you do. The cats give you when they say each looked at me, he was like. Now you got ready or not. Here early on, you gotta take their face a rub. Right in this. Oh, you hit those people are. Okay. All right. Okay. Around the westbound. They get to be fifty years old should parenting dogs for dumb. Shit going to back unlocked them. Got around the Nari Feroz. Their legs off to give free. My bad. Sorry, I was trying. Did you ever think about that about this? You know, raising your kids in the dark room to see what happens. Not. Scared. It'd be nuts 'cause I'm a fucking maniac. So I'm like, couldn't show you know what I'm saying? Try to keep taking piano lesson. I don't wanna get murder about my Menendez kids. Have you ever have you never liked put any programming in them like all the time? Like I do. I go to bed doing the clockwork. Iron show is opened on. I just play like movie Clinton, which it juicy. Batboys shit. Yeah, we got a full house here, milk studio. Out here out about hotel here you've ever. Career progression for us. You know, the brand, the brand is so Brolich. We had the fortune experience of being the good luck totems at the home. Opener has right. We destroyed destroyed. Not anything to brag about these are the greatest ever had in my life, except there was a black man standing in front of me for the whole game. Oh, why? Why was Gary pain in Fuk immense warehouses standing in front of the tire game ever because he's the coach. I was like, all right, make the coach stance. You can't move like two steps to your love like also face value for those tickets. Six thousand dollars, six thousand. I mean for those listen, that's that's nothing. We probably spent that the. Oh, man. Now. Yeah. A little weird though. This is kind of like I felt like we were supposed to be a play by play, yes, the computer for like yo with all the stats. Like I don't give a fuck about this guy's plus minus people do our room was next to me. I don't know who he was, but he was rich and he was very static and his wife did that thing odor which white ladies do when they talk to me with small really hard. You just got to start over like, no, I'm not a rapper. Yeah. They're trying to figure out what the fuck. I was pictures. Baba. They're like, oh, that's. Are we supposed to help people all types of wash it? I'm just world. I'm John. I'm not sure Longo. Hey. Setting for, oh. Characters. He takes very, very serious actor. You know what I'm saying? The actress. She's a Desi those saying that only should be saying, man, twist on the fuck. Go get it twisted. saying, show the Nike does make as twenty three shutter. The della meal. To be sure to pick up the Nike colored air force. One's two dollars off every pair. So Email from Nike. They said, no, the fuck you don't. All right. Okay. All right. We'll walk back tinker Hatfield just hoping to go. Oh, wow. Wow. Wow. Great. Okay, beautiful Email. The funds. Yeah. Teal. It was a weird issue. Having a moment his he's having a renaissance. Yeah, he's, he caught a second wind. Nieto's as right. He's the first wind does just like near normal. You're not sure. You're not sure. Always I always use his. 'cause I'm like, if you don't put these motherfuckers about seven thirty, they're going to be up till three in the morning because it catches like a winning. They're like, I'm not going to sleep. Fuck you all. But I'm saying if you give them like a little sippy Cup or water Ray and nephew. Now you don't put watering the rate enough you've written. Have you rub it on the gums, but that's. Yeah, that's all schools. I got a lot of Montgomery. Goes high school because it's different. Now. Kids go to sleep 'cause I go to school ship, but like back in the day, you know, because those because I wake up and go work fucking trek factory. Mad toddlers for the dollar. Stanley. Got a little one feel a little crutches. Shit, like your backup. Got three fingers. 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I mean, there's a lot of dictators, you know, it was like, don't go to them they, but if the check is right, I mean, you know. What's what's the coat? Like if say, like shit. Qaddafi whatever y'all gas old bundy's but gas yawn. A few years ago wasn't Nikki up into Ghana for like two million is. And Gogol. Yeah, to mill Ville. I was gonna say ten mill dam g that wasn't a good look. Other people have gone and got in money. I'm serious. I took it j. lo, I think j. lo in like fucking crime, ears. Just like what she's like. Everybody say the Russia take over Ukraine. If you had my missiles. Radio, man, you all your eighty TV t- if you for like three hundred, three million like three hundred mil. Coming off the plane with hundred dollar bills. I hear it. How you feel. A stack of people like. Get outta here. Oh, good. Jay got thirteen mill. Oh, she canceled it. Thirteen million dollar birthday show in Turkey. Oh, yeah. 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Oh, yeah, they got that in Jamaica. Nausea too. Yeah. That's very efficient. It's fishing, you'll say, like, why doesn't America Duda? 'cause lazy. EV fucking Vinnie. Chase came on a show that we previously hosted to talk exclusively about how fucking straws a bad. What? What all anybody wanted to hear you talking about video chasing fucking porno models. Wait. We used to have show. Oh, sure. To hold. It came up. The only show we ever did was joking off on his right the EMMY award nominated and winning joking off, you'll get off. You know what I'm saying? Now is the ten season, Joe. It's crazy as Weill be epic. And so like I chronic as joking off, you know what I'm saying? Like I often, you know, young comedians often come up to me and they're just like, I watched Jew in Maryland, joking off and just like, how? How did you guys do it. Listen, yo just is LeBron sometimes you just see like animated gif from two thousand six. Right? So it comes to you, say like a natural you. What do you not. See a penguin over smack another penguin back of the head. You joke for that guy that got feel you'd have to write it down shirt. I'll take my shirt. Got a call. The joke writer. Got my own shit. Fuck out ahead to even do the intros. We didn't know the problem with. I'm keeping phone. Keep. They don't pay extra financials. You don't. I don't. I ain't no more for you. Get the podcast for free. Now we're doing micro transactions inside podcast in that purchasing in-app purchases out if you want. So you know if you want the, if you would like the intros you're going to have to swipe up Apple Pay and we'll pay. Sure. My blow up while you try to pay both pay like if you use it. Burs only. Apple Pay was like, oh, that's I know how to like. I don't know. My medicine o'clock, you wait hold up way. We keep them much cheese. Keep it on the grill to keep warm while I go check the manual. That's it is I won't say no, that same something best TV we ever like. 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And I had a beer and I was about that though, the beer at her and this girl grabs my arm, and it was like, don't though alcohol, you have acre worse. And I was like, are you Bill Nye the science outta here girl. This principle. Floodlight. Put the fucking fire. I looked at her man. Humana guys, how. Oh, I know about the periodic table. Oh. Johny while now you can't be doing what you give you. The water. Water? Yeah. Even at the pool, lay the pool used fast people. The urban urban because you can't just be chilling in full. It's all right. They slash a little too much. Excuse me. Know you slash my girl had contact came out. She goes to the bottom of politics Lixin for the hills around bakers. Both focus will slay shot your girl the pool with no respect whatsoever. By the way, things shot is somebody grabs it girl ankles and throws up in the air, and she falls face first into the water. It's usually very now you gotta fight. Yeah, you gotta you gotta fight. You got the water, you gotta. You gotta. You gotta acclimated up. I always feel like people in the pool have a gun in the locker, especially if you bear mountain or some shit, you go anywhere. Jason, New York definitely got the burner. They got because there's no metal detector when you go upstate part, so does a lot of orange vests. I wanna go. You wanna go hiking. You wanna go, hey, usually disappear where they go, hiking, I baby. Everytime I watched that show I shouldn't have survived or whatever. That's great show. It's amazing show. It's and it's always starts off with like my father was an explorer. I wanted to phone footsteps. So I decided to follow the river. Did you. Did you see that was a while episode bro? Go down there was on like what? Like ten percent experience and didn't bring enough food. Ended up starving found some random stray animal in the woods and like shit like befriended the animal. It was like a Disney movie and the ended up having to kill the animal, eat it. And he's like, I couldn't even just that. He's like maybe so sick to kill my friends like it was Majer Matic. I was like, maybe you should've just stayed at the crib. Like who told you to go fucking trick. The Amazon folks withdrew get outta here. Because. Pop six frigerator thinking the Maytag grip, sir, sir. experiences are like when you go over acacia, there's different types of. I'm a sieve QB leave Ray on the peach. I want to. I want to go and dangle my feet on the lip of volcanoes going on. Fun doesn't have vacation, penguin stress. This blue. Ponente bowl and it's fucking fucking climate much peachy if I got what I wanna lick, a glacier looks. No. Why? Why? Why? Why this is worse than the most draining people in life or people who want new experience? Oh, no, I don't want to spend money on things. I want to spend my experiences all by God. I was out of ways. No experiences as we go on vacation. That's cool. I don't know what experiences that's a sound time sound. So get older. You just want to get into a right. Do regular shit is ice, let's go to restaurant. No, this fucking restaurant every night years because the Barada there's delicious. Okay. When I walk in, they know they're like, oh, you U2.. How's it going? Hey, bloody Marys table. Yes, thank you. Fuck out is. Oh my God is a new, no non new movie. We got nothing even house. Well, even how, why? Why? Why do effort and walk places. Oh, I heard about. She didn't have. Stop commute about the hit his episodes, arc. We never go anywhere. So go, go, go, go to me to be me. Anywhere. I only have a certain this twenty thousand a day. God damn. Yeah. And a lot of that, you know, I would like to use this EP masturbating and drinking dust. So legal, you know, backup for live for which I know my neighbor was sorry about those up to three last night playing it with Salvator. Oh. The sound bar. A little speakers. My partner down for Luger. He's. Costco for Vacco like yo, he's got a good goal is you call the issue. That's why neighbors like concert neighbors on my on my floor. Talk to me like the black people and the rest of the just like religious, hey, that tight as violence in the elevator with the wild awkward conversations like. So your dog snows you. Dogs, elevator Slough. So. Jackets, kind of fucking slows so five. Or you get elevated, they're like, what for you? Live? I live on the same floors. We have this conversation every day. Okay. Okay. Well, well, five. Okay. All right. Well, have a great day. Take care. Take care. Don't give you instituted here when you get off the elevator. Don't care. You have a good team building. We're not friends of friends paying which you this is this is a this is able boot over pool bouquet like don't talk to me about it like this just because we're coming out the same building. If say, I come out that Bill de punches my neighbor in the face, I'm not jumping in. Maybe we owe pay. We don't bang like that. Joe. 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Maybe you got kids, but even the stuff they so it was not like impractical this some stuff that you got that you've gotta buy in bulk like like I did the math and shit, and like if you buy eggs milk IBJ's, like it's worth the price of the membership. But this is like a, you don't need to buy peanut butter vs because they give you the fucking wild. The Hughes gallon, two and derived in plastic tool them like hang if you cook it for Rikers island, and you get that. If you could put your whole hand in a jar of peanut butter, this is too big. I don't believe in dall- chocolate syrup. Like I do a restaurant. And then if you do have in your house, you like twenty. Now you try to use that gallon of chocolate syrup. You trying to now like half of his on the floor covered whatever ice. Speak from experience my father put cinnamon in bulk. Now he's gonna. It. This big chunk. Could you just have a little cinnamon shaker for like my coffee shit. Like, do you understand my generation the next generation generation after us, we'll have cinnamon because no one uses that was cinnamon and then he has it like in the little area for like disasters a hurricane, we're just gonna have cinnamon sandwiches. Cinnamon challenge for real survival. Oh, he says you can never have too much cinnamon show why. I'm like, this is regular cinema mind. You don't need this sentiment. I don't think I ever used cinnamon like it might be cinnamon toast crunch maybe like play. I'm gonna put an extra sentiment. Some fast comes with a bowl like late yo, Como put extra this, you're gonna shit. Now you do too much trying to lose a limb. I remember diabetes and that means day. We pay, which is fucking shoot around, be like free does say. Doing the broaden his first game back with the Lakers amped, everyone's Lakers fan. Now. Oh, okay. How's it feel degraded. We don't know about that fathers. He must be ashamed, couldn't be couldn't be come to be me. I got my one team. I'm going to die. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. Let's let's jersey school for for to my kids. You know what they wore Knicks jerseys. Knicks jerseys. Fuck over their next record. Gonna be this year. Thirty. Oh, we do a Knicks CoCo doing realistic, realistic and Knicks coke. Realistic. I say thirty two Knicks coke. I say if the yeah, I like that. Six fifty, eight wins third seed. You know what I'm saying? We'd be Boston for. Kevin Durant of jogging the back here to save you score seventy one quarter. I don't even need contract. Free over back back to. Gotcha. My Katie kyri. Paul, George, I believe what comes to Knicks it though? There's like a two thousand nineteen that all these superstars are going to be free. So eighties, say. Have a little hope this, the same thing that devastates you about being an fan, a little bit of hope. Right. I was still good. All right. Is going to hurt your heart was gonna be like six games in and the Knicks are down by four with. I want to say twenty seconds. They start doing that tat fouls. When you got like half a warrant be eleven. He was talking real spicy on Twitter for the first three quarters. Now he's like tree in about what's going on tomorrow. Oh, oh, sprint pitches and catches report. The Yankees baseball. That a plane flying on a building. I hope that's. Dragon. What if. There's a dragon outside. You're like, this. Was that. Afraid of drag people. Do dragons existed existed that would well proof whatsoever. People thought drags existent in bay. Imagine imagine living in the area where they will bring you a picture that he droops something. It'd be like, you know, this should exist. Like that. This is. It's called the dragon. Wanna go breeze fire, be the Shikha kill. You. You put it like that. Fools to drag is coming. You know, you go to yield Google when manuscripts. Oh shit. The fuck y'all, Johannesburg. We had a promo copies of his shoe. Gutenberg. God chose a respect for the first. 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Twitter Love Thang

Unproductive & Unapologetic

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Twitter Love Thang

"Take me in that door show. Join Macomer Smith's paying Bill, right. What do they show the show resort on Lord Jesus? Hey, every. McCormick and Smith's and little happy hour joint. So we we get checks or whatever they bring checks out. None was before little. We still wait. Get out ship at into manager, come out of nowhere. Mr. four. Hey. Uh-huh. You when when's he first came? I'm not gonna lie to you. I was like, oh, shit to pay for little food. I thought I thought his call was the class. So. Mr. four, we didn't know you was here. Can we as. They say, can we escort you back to VIP essay. Smell on her face. She came up. Swick extra. I know what was going to see my face. I was lost. Come to find out Little's is like a VIP member MacOS. Mill pay folk. Oh, pay. Listen. Hold on little. Did you pay for it food out of your pocket? No. Okay. That's hitting imagine according. Hold on. We play do. Asser you. This really happened. Does crew this really we made a serious miss the full McComb VIP I swear. I was like, damn little costs. Say little, did you know that I think is he. Yami escort out the rest. You're good. Everything was covered site day. Makola it was. It was pretty. It was pretty impressive. I'm sitting down, we all widow. I mean, look, I've been going there for years and I put lose on. Game. This is Jess Lee. Don't figure four. So. Like this all this time. Hey. To get one. So he could teach me how to use. She ways productive and unapologetic. See the u. k. we've we survived another show. You hear my voice. Let me weaned been cancel yet. Food for snap. You gotta saw. That's why we pay. Yeah, I had to take a sip real quick to you podcast. We missed a lot of stuff. Man allows stuff is going on in this crazy world, both inside and outside of entertainment. We had the, we're now talking under the leadership of has got to read the craziest president of all times just doing this next level crazy. But anyway, it's unproductive and unapologetic, you podcast play music DJ. Trying to. The Bill the next week. Though the hot and to get from. If you feel. Ship boy. Oh, Johnny. Oh, h. underscore k. n. g. underscored Johnny next to me, is this your son mother, love stockholding me, big. Daddy. Go shout out. My daughter, Ryan. Hey, next to him is a little Michael Jackson hater gonna catch me on Twitter, Instagram, little one, one. Six. Hey, next to him is, hey, you and us on sky. He can follow me on Instagram at you and you Scott let it u. a. n. b. Scott next to him, is his boy rip the spiritual gangsta missed? I am. I am everything. I wanna be nothing. You can make me. Oh, man. And next to him is ship waves. I'm back. You catch me on Instagram ways underscored these see that's what z. and not a s. Hey, how you feel in the night or. Hey, real quick before we saw shadow when okays members real quick shot him out. So I know we, we kind of kind of harmful men to like. Give another man props. Okay, so I won't get my man lose props. Okay. Oh, his views family. Now the reason I say this is because so my daughter had a birthday party which was last thirty shout out there. Even though I told him that we would have the party. My wife had put on snap that we were having a party. So he was like meet no magic. Everybody living ward off which is kinda so power. What will you say. You're not any. So now this is a little girls party seven years old, right? This man little quote Ed Uber to my house from DC, hey, TIMMY, that show characters. One shot. Hey, sorry, I couldn't make us on. I feel bad. I couldn't make speaking of that. I did want to send a gift, but I didn't know which door will. Okay. Okay. But I still wanna do what she likes. I want to come by mode. What you think. Sheikh with emojis on cool. Well, tell you daughter the look for something in the mail because you know the only way Johnny by gives us ever. Ever. That's how I do it. It's unpredictable unapologetic, you can't catch us on Google play music. The podcast app on apple. I gotta stop saying that. 'cause I've been saying since we started, but it's actually the Pacific? Yes, Google play music depar- cast at beyond par, play FM, Cass box and part chaser I remembered some of the other one. Oh yeah, we out there if you can't remember none of that just Google, unproductive and unapologetic in all our links will come up. We also have just cast actual website link that you could find on any our social media platforms, any of the guests or the show's Instagram, Twitter. And I think Facebook, although I hate Facebook haven't been on years. Hey, Dirk. You had a question. Thing. We can start over with and I was listening to the radio when I sports talk radio. I was driving to the gym and they start talking about rocky or would of, and. Rocky or whatever. Iraqi or whatever. And they were talking about, you know, creed or whatever. Because the creed sue coming out in November. I gotta finish the first day. I thought they was trying to figure out if they was going do they include the Cree series and said a rocky series, and then they started ranking them. So I was like, man, that'd be something cool for us to do to rank. Okay. The the Rockies and I like rocky in the crease theories. So let me let me ask a question. Has everybody seen all the Rockies. Because because you don't stop it, rocky Ford get dropped way. Don't state to more that way. Oh. Oh, no. The first one you've fought Apollo. Cogan. Russian Drago. Five was Tommy Morrison. Broke was like virtual, Joe. Actually fought, but. I remember. Okay, so that we have. So who won't start this. All right. So you going from worst the best novel best words start off. We're rocky three that now rocky three is the best, and that's the one with missing. Why that one's the best to me was the best overall ahead. A story with the death of Mickey. Face a different type of adversity. Damn Mickey, three. But that thing that was when he was dreaming. He died. Right? The first time because info for his sister's rebel was managing system. Lou. Oh, yeah. Yeah, because he, he was. He started? Yeah, I remember into my wife's bro. I just thought better of story. The the training montage it was good and then missed it. See that a real good job. And that was like, as I acknowledge right day. Yeah. I, yeah, so yeah, three is number one. Number two, four. Number three days. Rocky to number four is Cree. Damn, number five is the first rocky and the five rocky is the worse, so that will leave the rocky win. So any old saw in the second allays so, but now it's it's six Rockies. Tommy hearse? Oh, Tommy more. That was fine. Those the worst in that one too. Rocky six, which rocky Balboa that one second. Okay. Okay. I could see that. Agua do. This is going, I think rocky fall was the best about the same. I should have went for the Russian, Russian, four. I think four was the birth, then I go one. Okay. Then I go, then I go three to five, five, no, three to Cree five and six. Okay. Okay. I didn't think five or six. Okay. But I I, since you said that I'm gonna go, I think rocky full was the best as well. The reason why is because now that I'm thinking about it, it was because Mickey was gone and he was having flashbacks and my all time favorite part is when he was on. I think he got knocked down and he had the flashback Mickey, Mickey, say, get up, you son. So I'm a go four cre-. The second one. The second time he fought. That was that was to let me go back for another reason why I like four it was because that's where Powell got killed. In the ring don't want do. It was down whole element of is boy got killed by this, this residue that rocky fall was lit that Russia. Live. Hail. Yes, we'll go four cre- to me. I like even though I haven't finished yet, I probably shouldn't. But I really liked cre- four cre- too. Two one, three. Six. So I got ta I got Tommy Moore's second delays on. I got Mississippi hawk HOGAN. Third last part one part two. Cree four over and I'm looking forward to another creed. I actually liked that jury. So you know, I really wanna give a discredit to yard rank is because I only I remember the movies vividly, so I'm not even going to remember vividly. Remember. Have you know. Number four is my favorite. You know, the Russian Drago were unanimous wins. Legroom the train and montages three is great. I liked that one Apollo got him to switch down and everything. But I think for was during a montage was great to me when he was training day was definitely when it was going back and forth showing rocky training, naturally. Manilow. Phone, android. Four, three got creed rocky to over the first one. Okay. I got into Iraqi five. I just didn't. Terrible story, four, he was rich, five. All of a sudden you bracket. First of all, just to say this is the least realistic movie movie franchise ever how what they can show a rocky on TV the pairs month, all of them. All of those damn fight should have been stopped true. But you member back in those was different. 'cause they fifteen rounds getting too. Damn rocky was good. Back. Underdog story, and I see why it works. So many people love it is far from realistic. Was great though. I love. In the let you rock waves. Mickey was deserves for me. Mickey was my favorite Kurd of the whole damn thing. You know what I'm saying? Go away. I was going to go with you. Okay. You know what I'm saying what Joe list, but the way when little switched it up in the middle, that's what I was going to go for. So I'm gonna just Rockwood the way Little's still minds. Yeah, pretty rocky. Fourtou is the best rocky floors, Sharon Assis. So that's. You gotta help people out. That's a unanimous decision Iraqi for. Yes. I'm saying. I think full time three was my number one as a kid because I also Cogan. Oh. True. True. I wasn't a big hawk Hogue and got. I was more of a alternate warrior was too. All. Talk on this. Favor rest of the back of the day. Let me actually is undertake or new undertake. Oh, both. Both. I think I like all everything. Do you. Oh. Bamba like that. Paul. Undetake demand showed you how wrestling this week. He did a lot of sitting up and there was just like he take it too many hits and he just getting up easy. So true. True, true, true. Who remembers though in wrestling. The baba when they. Kick. Changed forever. Wrestling back in the day. I haven't watched restless since shoot. Br, I don't. I can't do wrestler and I've, I've actually watched ringside WWF you know what I'm saying? Or WWE rather. And to this day it's going to be tonight. Good. True. I've set ringside for WWE and to this day, the most lit introduction that I've ever witnessed of any type of we're gonna call a sport in my life was the intro arrive outside around. Shatter my good when you hit that. Glenn. The the privilege. I've had the privilege to watch Michael Jordan live once I've had the privilege to be in the Redskins stadium. I've had the privilege to some like I've been some with crowds are known to be like lit bra. I still experience like when the rock amount for? Yes. That's I had everybody. I don't think I have. I don't think I have been to see. I have been stone. I still think the rock the rock is. I saw someone laugh. I think it was Monday night role. We sat down on the phone down. She is a little slow. Uh-huh. And when Kane came out and he did. Admire was smokey. And if Dan tired wrestling mat. When you hear that can do. They win all that. So. For. That's it. You could feel the lexuses. He was talking to when when I sorta rock talking about Marion berry and everything, like at least at least I'm not from a crack in mayor. We was. We was. Pork chops. And I think his whole his whole, like I think I still feel like ultimate warriors my all time favorite wrestler, but nobody did it like Iraq. Iraq was like disrespectful is. Most Alexa man is my second best stole coast. Stole coast co was for me, man was my favorite station. They used to take team back in the day. Fucking WWF, bro. I like Charlie, Mike Tudo hungry. Kate when they was the Rokkas like that. He like was young. The little WW, a f Jones. The rubber rod. Bill you can. You can try. Right. Andrea diet. While we on legion the lease. Roll wars. I was never in when I was young. I wasn't into WCW as hard as I was into WWE. Join us to watch. WCW for one hour. W. w. w. o. came along say Wayne Nevio cave alone. That was the league. WWF was doing everything that way that that that end. But doug. They had the wolf pack. Taking back. Who was the the rest of that will always wrestle to be Bob, no backlit, Brooklyn burn. Have a one. All right. So here we go. We talk about the lavar ball. Who's the. Best wrestler. Wow. Overall tourism overall, do everything. Overall people don't like the mention them anymore. Chris Benoit was great. Wrestler, Chris, the crippling, he, he couldn't carry a storyline. He wasn't great. I think Rick leeann reclaim vicious. Rick, Rick, flaking curry, and he can talk good on the might. Every. For like a whole arisen. Right? But the people original people right now to talk about reclaiming rapping about. To beat a man. You gotta beat them. Like people knew stone co was arrested. It's still was hyped because he knew he was going to get on Mike to say something that's true. Carried a whole best drew bama's twenties right now as to. 'cause we take you back like when wrestler was like, like when you start talking about Rick flea or wrestlers, like ultimate warrior, watch it back then. Like you showing your age that's air by normally young. He's on the show. Oh, you'll see. Rick fli Rickman. No, he come on right. What. He will run alongside the road. No, he had a little. Still do to what, but you know was because this more recent, but you know what's gainst. It was. Against him. He was RIC flair was more WCW. Then he was Doug. Yeah, right. Flay is big as is, and he was in no week, arrests. Essay. Some you'll recall it was the main. Classic moments though. When he beat up. Asu hit. That's the bay. You talk about when recipe came more more entertainment when it was just about inet ring racket. Yeah. Million dollar man every man. Every man has a rim would undertake through pay all the top. Yes, and it's too. Anything that was crazy. You ain't seen our remember. Twenty. To be a wrestling fanatic. Got it. You gotta give it to sting as being the best wrestler to recreate himself. Are you from. To the crow crow, actually. All right. All right. We are nothing. Sorry, little reviews. Oh, damn. Okay. Bye. I've enjoyed him. Drinking. All right. Everything. All right back at it with a review two weeks late, but who cares. So two movies. Last week, I saw the predator familiar with the predators Oprah. The print is the newest chapter in the film franchise started back in eighty seven with the first Arnold Schwarzenegger. Those are remember, that's classic. This movie is far from classic. All right. How you feel. This movie stars, a guy named Boyd Holbrook who was in gone girl when he was low. He played in Logan in Logan. He was the guy with the mechanical arm. Remember him sterling came around from this is us and Chevanton roads from late. He played the odor character. The end of the movie moonlight story. Story is a good movie, too. Okay. Story stars is basically about the Boyd Holbrook duty plays a guy named McKenna, he's a sniper trying to take down a drug, cartel kidnapping plot, and during the middle of that predators come to earth and basically disrupts all of that. So he the predator gets dazed or something. He's still something off the off of the predator since it home. So he's not cool with it from the military, but the predator finds his way to do hometown, basically, terrorizing this small town in the middle of nowhere. Wow, it's very valid. Very gory stories, kind of stupid is nothing to nothing exciting about it blood and gore and a couple of labs, the MVP and movie devante roads. He, he played a character with the name of Nebraska Williams. Okay. It's pretty cool name. I guess we'll movie the worst person to move sterling k. Brown. He was over acting his ass off in that movie. Every every land was like trying to come up with a catchy one liner. Gotcha. He was trying to hard. It's a, it's a pass for me. You can wait for other means to see the movie. If you wish is not, isn't that mean talking to you. So. Superpower fan of the predator series is a pay as wait for Blu Ray or whatever. You watch it on three out of five, mediocre with three out of five isn't necessarily gave it three out of five. What gave a little, but I saw it in a nice theater. Adobe really two and a half, but I gave it a three in nice. Okay. Okay. So we go, say two and a half. All right. Second movie, I saw a white boy rigorousness news. Right. Snitch and as as the true story again, Richard, get his name right? Wanna say worshiper, junior, okay. He's a teenager gets caught in a quota by the federal government from Deora from Detroit in the early eighties based off a truce based on true story. Basically, Matthew mcconaughey plays. His father is a gun runner. Okay, SUV. He sales to caves to some street dudes. They use those AK's too involved in a murder. So the favorites depression on white boy, Rick. Like we won't take your father and if you don't help us bus these drug dealers. So he goes to work for the fades. Something happens. I'm gonna tell you what happens? Some changes all ideas opportunity to change his life or go back to being a dope boy. He chose choose to go back to be a dope boy selling and moving drugs for his own crew at them. Again, they put the pressure on him and eventually he starts a, he starts making his own way and basically the fares put some. Time, we'll him it was unjust. They gave him thirty years for. They gave him thirty years at seventeen years old in nineteen eighty drug offenses. At all at the time, it was the largest sentence for nonviolent offender in the state of Michigan. Wow. He just got believe he just got out. He was in nine hundred eighty eight. He was a juvenile. He was convicted of possession six hundred and fifty grams of cocaine. So they gave him. He was in there until the age of forty eight. Wow. He missed a lot of stuff. The best best characters movie was met mckanna. He played his father and some new actress played his sister named dawn. Okay. Is a very good movie. I'm quite sure they left some stuff out because the movie was only like two hours and some change they could've went longer because it was a very entertaining movie. I'm giving it a Florida. Five, I'll rarely done McConnell. Hey, we'll get nomination. Wow, really? Oh, okay. All right. There you have. Is it little with the reviews union podcast? We here we're going to get right into it. Sindbad what's going over sandbag do. A lot of rubber Scott. Big family on the new rail show who pick these topics. Oh, okay. See real new show. Pal, right. I don't actually start to the end of this month. Okay. That was just like the Palatine. Somebody. The part together, people who know thousand people are learned from real estate guy who accidentally he'd been. He'd been seeing all to forty five years old. He had to house. He met the woman live down the street. They got married. He just never sold. His house became his office. He said, look, I just go home and next door and watch my show you come in by the night goes, yeah, he would go home and they never all the friends would bring them like, that'll make no sense. But all this friends were breaking up but they didn't. I thought you got back seniors, but now I need my own place. Next door. We got back together. I kept my house. I think it would get back together. I kept my house for five years. So you go there when you don't feel like being bothered? No. Have have drums musical instruments. They're all the stuff that women hate. Used to crack my house man. The grass. I got the whole Dan depart together. I actually fill it hurts people talk about that people actually new couple. That's like that. I feel it. They're actually lives in separate homes, and I said, that makes no sense. Make all the sense. You know how long we've been together. We've been doing this. It makes sense because you how can I say this because you're mad and you still have to be around that person, you even more bad. Go to your home, it'd be like, I, like you say, he got drums all the stuff that women hate because he can go home. I was tripping. Yeah, they go back to my baby. But if you want a house Witter, she say, anything you like to eight or so it makes sense to me. It makes it makes it makes sense. How you feel about that? He might cracked the code on that. Maybe say that might be the Cohen you gotta move on. I mean, my own place. You got to go. Even when amend my wife got so argument one day, and I was so mad like I wanted to leave, but I'm like, I live. I'm like, I live off of everybody to sit in the house. Bussey. He say he lived next door. I mean, that's even more games because it's like you. It's like you gone, but you not right Joan space. You got your own space. And one of the biggest. Conflicts is dead. Like that's why men had been caves in houses because you is all it really is, is having a moment of escape. Being able to skate the situation. It doesn't always even have to be a situation where you're mad. Each of sometimes you just wanna go in your own little world only space and do what you like to do, whether it be play mad or play to k. or listened to Tariq Nazi or right show blow. Now riba have a whole work, oh, house. Oh washer movie. You know that she might not necessarily be into like me and my girl. We have this battle now where she'll see feels like I control the TV. You know what I'm saying? But her interest is on TV like totally different years away from each of us. She was say, and watch like a home improvement show watching TV lit with a w often say, but that's her thing. She'll sit and watch that all day me. I wanna watch power. I won't watch Ozark. I wanna seem started power with me the very first season. And soon as she found out that goes was cheating. She was done. A lot of women. I am not watching this. Watch no may on his was done after that. And so acting machinist. His wife sheeting. Seeing goes, took a liking the Angeles. She was done but sees when it just comes to shows like that is just we're night and day. So it makes it makes hell of a lot of sense. And I'm Becky relationships. There's like that just like people say, open relationships, land smoker, I think I think you need a little bit of freedom. You know what I'm saying? And most men when they get a house big enough. The first thing they want a need, a man came to space whack and go and do me. Nobody bothers me. So I have a question, go ahead. Would that work with kids though which you haven't keys with that word? The fun thing about that is, I know Mike is already some nights. They wanna go sleep. It daddy house some nice. They're gonna to stay mum or customer route that might be fun for kids. No hay day. I wanna stay at your house. Right now had nights where he'd be like, daddy, I don't want you put me. I won't mommy coming here. That's how my daughter be. That's just how it'd be like, let's be live for the kids. I think it'd be fucking hilarious, and I would love to get that on video y'all. In the same house, you argon, you walk your angrier. Slow, walk in with a angry. Knock a rake down. Her little rose Bush while you're going in your house. That would be funny. It is bad because I joked about girl. Every time she'd give you. I was like, oh, I'm getting my own place, but I was just joke. I didn't know people really was doing. Divorce, Chris rock talked about it. What is divorce you'd like? He bought a house like in walking distance that old house. And then he starts on his wife's like, yeah, go home and tell you my head Drake, tuck you in the night. How you feel about a review. Like that it could be. It definitely can be beneficial. I mean, just like everybody saying, when you get in that moment where your argument or your beefing or whatever that you can just have this space, because a lot of times when people living in the same with sanity of each other and they mad and stuff, they'll start doing things to to push the push, their agenda will how they feel somebody and that would just make the situation worse. True that you know what, how many people say our relationship was great until we moved into gal. That's true. So that's something to think about, like you said, it's bad to crack the code. That would. I mean, when you think about it and we look at like Certain TV show, especially back in the day, see shows when the husbands will get mad at their wise, where we, they go the ball. Yeah. It could be that that's another thing you should. That's the clo- maybe, but I don't think the ball, she's crazy. I'm talking about like in the context of, okay. Oh. About your friends. You have that moment to. Hang everything out. Another thing, your girl might not be seeing if you stole out the house and she'll know what you going. That could create a whole nother issue, but she doing is going next door. It's like item, let him be mad. I'm gonna. Let him get head. She might. Tonight. Hey, we bought trying to get that might be to move. I might need to get a little smaller house next. Men and what popular lady. Okay. So many popular. Okay. Instagram little Duval. Hey, Opole. He did a poll on and say, how many men want a popular old lady. Number read. So you just assistance. Okay. Now percent say, yes, they would ninety one percent say they wouldn't want popularly. That's right. I mean. I think it comes down to when you have a popular female as a, you know, significant other, they gaining so much attention. You know what I'm saying? So you constantly have to battle with that and them dealing with short. It's like. You're, you're basically compete with the attention part because you have to basically make sure you keep her attention from everyone else. Know saying, that's that's a lot of work. It is more work than most guys wanna do. Exactly. You know what I'm saying? We not as men. We don't want to compete other man. You know what I'm saying? Like if you feel like you wanna be with that, they can go back. That's just how about that. Like I, I agree with the poll on our. I'm on record on this show saying that I think people need to day in Murray ordeal on their level and and that's part of what I meant by that. You can't be unpopular. Do data pop the female. I think populace need today populous. You know what I'm saying? Even playing field. What happens with a lot of guys where they fall short is they go after girls that I hate to use this term because it's so cliche, that's outta they lead. You know you ever is Joe blow regular nigga and you want the flies chicken, the room, and you can't handle that. You can't your make up and your your personality, and your demeanor is not of a level to handle a popular. It popular cheeks need to be with pop. Do you know what I'm saying? Because they understand that struggle. You're not going to you being your popular man. Itself. Stand up here popping. So anything that she do, you take a, oh, you like that Nicole, you, you. Oh, you just pop everybody like a wherever she go. Everybody notices she fly. She needs to be with a do that. Everywhere he goes, he it everywhere. You know, you gotta be equally yoked and if you eat the yo, you go have issues. That's this Perry. So I agree one hundred percent with the guys. Those guys ain't shouldn't want a pop female unless you popular. And I think as spongy though, for the simple fact for one that this poll was doing the social media and the amount of Instagram models on social media or to do be coming on a thirsts, liking their pictures in DM's or whatever, but then majority them talking about some don't want no populated. I think that's that's a little that. It's fun to look at when it comes down. Exactly. That's what you get the situations where you see a girl with the guy or gal would that girl and you'd be like that's show do or that show girl because you look at them and you'd think in you expect them to be with somebody that's on the same level. And when you see a girl that made me your as you can sit a light Yoshi, she bands shit and you do this coin. Wow. He in at the boss stressing because he think every dude in the club one is. It's going to always be the net dynamic and more so on the woman's side because I believe a woman could be popping and deal with a regular, Joe blow. I think the Joe blow cane handle this woman being popping. That makes sense. And then sometimes like I've heard it first hand with some of the pop and chicks be like, they don't want it. They Apopka and dude or got it. That's on their level because they won't trust him. So right. I've heard that before. That's why a lot of what we would call like the bad is chicks and got nobody. I say. Yes, if I see like a bad chick and she stay single something gotta be wrong. You know what I'm saying? Like you can't be that bad and then be single for so long guys can't handle it a lot of gas. So you think it's more of the guys that I definitely think it's more. I think it. I don't know bra. Let me tell you this on, okay. You say that I must put. I say, this is like she can get a do, but their relationship don't always last and it's like, damn, like, why do you keep best single? And I think. Majority time is to female. I think she wants to much. I'm gonna take female females, especially a bad one. Get hollered at niggers. Twenty four, seven nigga always at her. So for her ado, trying to hollow bay press for her. Don't impress her. That's normal. That's normal for her. That's a normal day. She used to tell a nigga, fuck face. You know what I'm saying is to do that thing every time do come to her is his own insecurities about thing though. What if isn't that insecurities though? Like we talking about right now, but I'm saying, like I'm saying when it comes to the insecurities of women being popular popular woman is a bad woman. I don't know too many ugly popular chicks. No, they don't exist. Nick. I mean real real. They just got body. They got body. They got ninety buddy. Well, we need a preface. One of Suwa pop and on social media that we social media Shing. Who. No. Hopping all social meet. It don't mean shit. It don't and twenty eighteen. Epping ugly. Mean it don't mean shit. I got disagree with. Hold on. Hold on. Hold on. Let's break this down at least pop went on social media to say, say no names. This is what I'm saying. Her name is slick woods. I don't know who arrest I want to hear. Because she got my last night. Okay. This is what I'm saying, social media and real world totally different. True. Just like a million dollars don't translate into a million dollars. True people with millions of dollars, broke shit sleeping on the floor. Let me see. Everybody. The sound that came from that was a gal. That was a that was gas leash topping, Twitter, Instagram. But when she walking to clip into by studying her. Nobody starting her fishy popular. No, and I say social media, a real world is two different things. You would not look at her and Chick-fil-A line and be tripping. The only the only reason I say this agrees because social media today is the real world for a lot of people. Okay, fat. You don't see a ladder ugly. Popping. She just had a baby. She the one, the head when into labor, every honors she walked a runway and then head Arabi here. She she had a baby Riems fashion show. I know who she is now that I see her. But okay. So social because I know people popping on social media that's corny is fucking real. Popping on social media and in real life the whole time. But we're not talking about just putting it. We never gonna let you. Because I know you for real. But hotel. What I'm getting though my ultimate point is that I think majority of time it's the, it's the main that's having an issue. We're how Papa his girlies I'm telling you, do he wants you when you pop it? Like he sees all Makita, but then when he gets you, he want the world around you the shed off and it's not. Okay, you don't wanna reason. I say this agree is I feel like social media plays a big part in a in a lot of these pop chicks out the love that attention ain't they love that. But even if you think back even before social media, in my experience, the band is chicks always had the worst issues. Yeah, because they dealt with so many men and they even demand, fuck them over or the men didn't trust them on, and they come with so much baggage. And I said, I said for years, the pretty, they are the more bags they had grew as this Bajic baggage coming from. I agree, but they come from just being pretty. From input because since we dealing with the social media and popularity thing. Even when like. Before I got married to my wife, I had issue with social media. You know what I'm saying was what type issue here. It was. Little can speak on. Listen, listen. Of how it used to be on Twitter, heavy. Okay. You know what I'm saying? So I used to crack jokes on night loan. So of course, when you crack jokes, brings attention to your mentions. So my wife be like, nine, you know, you need to delete social media. You know, all these females, blah, blah, blah. I'm like, I'm just basically cracking jokes all night long. If you'd like to stop faking you. I told you to delete the social media. That's what you liked it. Attention stop faking. That's what we did all night long. But did you like the attention like the waves? It's not answering the question. And don't include me in your, you'll criminal attention of what? Oh, laughs. Here we go. Crack jokes and Joan on people all night long and get, you know, everybody, you funny attention. So your girl was saying you need to lead it because she know that you'd like this like that attention, but is it because he liked it essentially, she's insecure about exactly is great. I think I think is both, but this is the gum NASA, but insecure. Wrong word is not that she's insecure about the attention. She knows that the attention could affect their relationship or she thinking beautiful, this is this is this is working out great. You see what I'm talking about. She knows that the. I'm the oldest in a room drop some wisdom g game. Okay. OG game. Females, how many are heard this line? I know I know females. Yeah, Sesay saving about Nick. Absolute. Before you call her is secure. She know what the ki ki ki ki really me as me and I'm guilty of this abbey of Livia. By jokes. A certain girl in the room that might girl can point out and say that this one fucking to Sierra sleet. But just the thing though, honestly, I'm really innocent like I'm a blitz. And not be like in the back of town out because I want to. How. This. Don't underestimate your women's intuition. Just slight your woman estimate your into, so then necessary always insecurity. So going back to the social media, you like the tension, but this whole Nick, I talk to came jokester nigga apples have Costa. I got. Attention was fun. I got thirty years of proof right here. Yes, I have always been jokes to in the room. John always been the same guy. Oh, it was never four the attention. Wait a minute. Hold on ho, Craig jokes. Social media is design for tension-seeking. I'm not gonna say it depends on what you're doing. This thing could say, well. Let's see. Can that be Orlando? People will send me people to talk about all lines. You already said about, they know you as that. That's what I'm saying. It's not that I'm seeking attention. That's what we did for in its own. Media is created for people that seek attention career? Yes. Now what I'm saying to you is that you get from Twitter jokes, you was liking that energy. This thing though is different now than it was back in like two thousand twelve. I'll talk about in two thousand twelve about name is way different. You better be different. No. Talking about the whole seeking attention type shit Nantong about in twenty twelve was enjoying that attention. I enjoyed cracking jokes. Where'd you meet your wife where at a mole, meet it through social? Okay, good. Okay. Go ahead. I enjoy cracking. I enjoyed talking about people social media that was like the fun thing to do at the time on social media. So of course, it's like you got the whole popular grew who's gonna like you have a group of people who talk about people more day loan, and they know that's what you did for to crack jokes, and you can dare let them down. What do you mean? Let them see what he's saying. He tried to tell you that you seeking attention. How am I seeking? Attention does look. What he's saying is though right. He like. I see what you're saying, but I think y'all kinda pushing it a little no listening seeking what? No, this, Jonathan DOE somebody pitcher, right? You need to crackle hill. You o'clock owed him. No, but that's what you're saying. But that's not me seeking attention. That's me, entertaining people because you want the teacher from NASA. That's me. You know what? Seeing it that's basically like, say like, hey, y'all, should I go out here cracker joke on this person right here. That's seeking attention pro. I grew. What are you talking about somebody. Little guys get into. Let me say this one thing. Asset of specific thing I say, do you enjoy? No, you can't let them down. That's what he said. That's what he said. You can't let them down something though. Go go, you say it's. When you say since I can't even speak attention seeking behavior, I feel like that's a girl getting on the time, and I showed her breast HALE. That's four girl. That's a tension. Okay. Go ahead. Nickel conversation. I just got a new, let me stunt and my attention seeking behavior. I don't feel like joking is. Okay. You had to be. It's like you had situation that note this, the element missing she in. This is why this is the only reason why I said she adds to, she said to him, you need to delete or cut down on your social media activity. Right. That was, I didn't say, I say you didn't do it because you enjoy the Philly. It gave you from cracking jokes, on't. Go hit waves. That's not the reason. Exactly. That's the worst. You wasn't on Twitter. So you can't say you can't sit there and really talking about twenty twelve. I'm not talking about now. I'm only that's before you. Okay, twenty twelve was all your wife. Yeah. Okay. I didn't delete the social media. I was like, I don't think that defines our relationship. You know what I'm saying? Okay. This I gotta do relationship. I'll talk to waves. Yeah, I know. But you say that's the reason that didn't delete it because I wanted to. Pension. He said you'd like to tension. I didn't think you wanted. I said you like it. There's a difference. I like to crack jokes. The only one hit falling. Tell you, why is this is to don't be on Twitter or was on the heavy at the time you wasn't on Twitter, cracking jokes from two. At that time, it was popular at that time. Did. Did. So these these young right. Crack people, right? Yes. So what so many people there. What are you try to get a ticket from people, correct? Yes, correct. Is that right? Did you come news me. I think your definition is wrong ways. I understand. You understand, welcome from, but I think y'all just pushing the two fires. Time your boy little pop Twitter. I have little. Speaker one, happy hour, sabotage. Fuck waves. I think the the lines again crows because of how waves initially explain the situation. Thanks. Holidays. I see. I see where both sides I underst- all that say it was. I understand the wife's dynamic did not talk directly to waves. I say, but waves. Let's be honest. I bought the conversation to wave at took his wife out of the relationship out of it. Ways at bought it here. I'm good. I'm good. I say waves you like that you like that tension into Philip. And the reason why said that and I and I bought it myself, I say, I know what that does. I know what have everybody laughing at something you says does to you the the drilling, a natural energy. What I'm saying? Joe never would say, yes. I enjoy try to make some type of hope. Because you made y'all made it seem like I'm just doing it for attention seeking. That's what that's what it Tonio main towards me was. Let me say feel like waves bewailed at it was it was brought so ways as though it was against his wife. True. True. 'cause we're both of y'all was coming from. I understand with John was asking him, but I feel like that it was perceived as it was against his relationship. We will. Hey, directly. Yes, I understand why you're woman was asking you to do that is because it brings a certain type of tension woman is sitting back saying, I want these bitches keen with my main, but there would be no different. Let me paint a picture for you. You at a party right and you. 'cause I, I've had this argument on the rat home many times some speaking from experience you at a party you the life for the party. His high used to be before you Twitter gas, because. About. All all social media was before. Saying how we did it before to do at the party you cracking jokes, everybody's KiKi inet you right? Pity yourself sitting on that couch and it's ten fifteen female sitting around drinking and laughing at every fucking thing you say, right. How do you think you'll woman go feel? You don't sit well done? Nothing wrong. Kevin hot, right? All these bitches thing. Everything you fucking say is funny. Your wife's going to be like these bitches if they don't get out. You remember that scene in boys who man. Type of situation that don't make her insecure is no different than if she was sitting somewhere and every nigger ran was interested in every fucking thing. She got. You don't be lying. All these thing you'll face. I got, no, I've had rat home like you always had to make somebody. Oh, miss. The funny, man. I've been called Mr. plenty. May you always don't. You don't. You don't say. I'm saying to you. So take that same pitcher. I can't. That's what Twitter. I can't tell you why I'm just letting you know that's is that same thing I'm saying anything. Conversation with her many, I was like, bro. Like these people like on that never met me every my life. No, no, no. But that's a whole. You're seeing them. It's a whole different scenario. You're talk with people associate you don't know over. Never fucking see. So that's why I say that it's insecurity. That's why I say is KO. Listen. I have like five, six thousand followers that's Labra flex popping and I'm not going to. I probably only know probably a good Fe, three to four hundred. Okay. Get off about losing his followers. He'll be kind of say. He'll be kind of say, say, say the question really is if she came to you right now and say, oh, give up your Twitter. That was excellent. Everybody stop ways. Right now, like right now right now I probably would. Who suck. Gotta gotta give. The reason I say I would give it up right now is because I really don't be on it like how I used to be on it back in the day. Nothing to give it up. Nothing because I don't be on it like. Count. I would say I don't be don't be. She out I will show right now. Okay. We bought a caller and that's. Ovidio people call her, hey, no. No. Job. As you gotta relax. No, I'm saying. We, we believe, you know, I know, hey, pay the Pittsburgh by wave sodas, have swollen up. The hammock, dam, dam, dam messing. Halo. Ham out. He does wold up on everybody said, I. Hi post where he got. He ain't got to put a. You got to do that. Ways. I sat out the MRs way he might not like the attention, but you got like the tension. We can go to my Instagram. Real crispy. Dave, everything. Young, go owning his. Listen, I want on could get, hey, I'm Scott. But look, we needed Tichenor you, you park. We attack exactly autumn six thousand followers. The following. Always jokes in person. I would be spending mode joke from you on his pockets. The Tokyo, Joe twenty advertise bro. Y'all twenty. Right here, right. That's why I won't be here. Like you're writing. Me. I'm like, can't win. So more jokes in the last twenty wave is tweet own. Oh, my. Date social media. That was a good one. Do we get anywhere with that man? So we all know grin on. Yeah, we all agree. I agree with the poll. I mean, I feel like I could. I definitely feel like I a popular one what I want to probably not say it depends on it depends on who who she as he knew was NIA long. NIA long. I mean, that's nothing. Okay. What if it was somebody like Bernice, Burgos hill now. Delicious out sacrifice. Sacrifice, mom motion. On the do this for like, because I'm so listed word. I don't be tripping like and my ex wife. My girl now can attest it is only got one room just don't fuck no of a nigga. You know what I'm saying? Unless you do that, then I'm done, but I don't care about detention. I'm even recommend and say, I tell my girl, let there by near you. Have you have to be realistic than no dating exact beautiful woman and that she's going to get it says, I mean, it is what it is really the awesome is like when it comes to sit insecurity factor when you sit and when you come home from work, your lady walk in whatever. If the first thing you asking is. How many naked strike holiday today. So that if you don't have the insecurities and you not. So she woke in house confront her about if somebody holler co workers or bolles hollered at her, then you then you just enjoying her. You'll relations best life. That's why that's why I say a lot of times people's insecurities and I didn't. I never disaggregated accurate with that one hundred percent, and I'm gonna say this too, and I'm gonna just gave his bid for anybody out there. They may need to hear it. I don't know ladies like confidence if you if you weak insecure and worried about every Negga comer way, it's not attractive is not attract hall, walk around and feel like you ought to catch feel like that. It's a privilege for her to talk to. You won't have that issue. Sounds on this puck as we like it. When the lady compliments ladies win, we compliment them. So they got a lady. You not compliment her. Of course, he's gonna be out there trying to catch in. She's going to be a net full of Honey, catching ODA compliments from niggers because you ain't give her no compliments. Damn. If if my and I absolutely right. I'm not knocking what you're saying, but I'll give it damn if you win a Nick, if you're in a committed relationship with a nigga and nigger ain't complement and you. I rather you recognize that go your separate way because there is no reason for you to fuck with no of nigga unless you outside of the relationship test is my I wrote. So that's just my personal thing. If then again complimenting you and that's a problem for you and you can't handle, and that's something that you need that break away from that relationship. Break away from that relationship cheating lane. That's that's. That's immature doing your early twenty and I'll tell you I was just telling my coworker every day. I said, look, man. Honesty is the best policy. If you just want to deal with that girl when you wanna do her, tell her that if you want to be an assertion relationship, tell her that if you just trying to play around, tell her that, and you'll be surprised how many women will respect your honesty and rock, which you until they tied a rocket, which you know what I'm saying. But that's a little bit from the O'Hare section. I'm a crater a joint O'Hare, O'Hare sex. The new segment. Nights, but Jonah strike is that the new Netflix show is a clip, the Sony Instagram. Real good. Sacrifice. We go. That women go on a giant strike against. Ain't shit dudes. Of course, I'm not talking about dues or simply imperfect, trying to get together. They make mistakes, but they trying to grow and improve as a man on a daily basis. I'm talking about the ancient dad's of the world narcissist, you know, always victime everybody. They fuck ups, twist everything around as if everybody else's, those types of guys. And the reason why impose their strike because I'm constantly getting women that are complaining to my inbox about the overabundance of those types of anxious dudes. Yet the shortage of real men real kings, holding it down, taking care of every sponsor abilities assets to anybody that they come round. And I think that was all the problem. Not that as women, you know, that's all y'all value is just a China or that your fault responsible for fixing the things that we do as men that's on us. But we're all the where the power of pussy and with the power of Lizzy comes the potential to solve problems to save the world and all that other good stuff. And I think. It could solve that issue. So last night I propose that women go on a giant strike against. Ain't shit dudes. Of course, I'm not talking about dues, simply imperfect, trying to get together. They make mistakes, but they trying to grow and improve as a man on a daily basis. I'm talking about the ancient dad's of the world narcissist, you know, always victime everybody. They fuck ups, twist everything around as if everybody else's, those types of guys. And the reason why I their strike because I'm constantly okay. I'm tired of that. I mean, I feel like a lot of people it's at it and they get, whatever. Like, what do you say. It's the do Siegen attention. Clout. Women's motions to get follow with. And I feel like what he said is already so explanatory, but what about the ain't shit women? He absolutely absolutely. But that's his Marquis. He's created a market amongst females. They liked the Busey. I mean, they, it keeps on it. Just one-sided. That's crazy. I've been with some anxious females. They do exist, Sekou act like that. That's not a thing. They real very real gold digging cheeks. Let me tell you ratchet cheap Linas type of women. He talked about Jonah strike on what type of women he dealing with. But these these vaginas out here is not on strike. They say they work overtime. I don't know what type of women. Instagram ever knows strike vagina. You want it, you can get it. You got the right the right if you got the right key to write enough. Amount of followers. Absent. He only on Twitter bro. Turncoats his whole purpose was if a woman, I'm like, I'm used his words. Ain't shit. Do don't give him no six. Why are you with. Say that makes wow, you oughta give it. What do you do go for tomorrow? If you would do who you claim and I'm gonna use his words. Ain't shit. I mean, you should too probably. On that point and what's the, what's the determination of this ancient do through exactly what was what makes you nigga. Standard because he, he just sometimes I think he just talked because he no bitches like him to talk bad about other niggers. You know what I'm saying? But he no women's buying what he's selling absent. That's what it is. When I was gonna get my turn to speak turncoat Steve Harvey, a man as your. So you were little. No. Of course. But I wanna know is I can't remember his name. But yeah, I mean, hey ladies, you know, I'd say the reasons why you shouldn't give it up. You know what I'm saying on this show before, and they're probably awesome reasons. You know what I'm saying? But I've also say, I've never tell a woman what to do, Virginia, Jay. She could do whoever you want whenever she wants. I don't believe that you know what I'm saying? I don't believe in that. I'll put it like that. So going out to eat in dating. What it was. It was the poll. I'll put it on a group chat, but it was this poll that I saw on Instagram, this female posted, and she say, going out to eat is not a date and. The percentages on it was. Thirty. Two percent say, this is how this is how she divided the polar. She divided a. Yes, it is and where we going after where we're going after got thirty two percent. Yesterday's was sixty eight percent. So with the percentage about going. Date low. Okay, I got you is going out to just going out to, so you know you ask. Yes. Okay, so so he hears. I'm gonna rob, I go less who wanna rock I go. I don't know. Let me ask this question. If I go to lunch with somebody is still considered NSA room. I feel like that's that will be day. I don't think that's a date just because no, no. Because if we're if I'm at work, right, hey, I'm talking to somebody like, so which influence, but we in the building, but we sit at the table together. We eat in the building. I don't feel like that's a day Agri. You say else thinking about going somewhere. But that's that's different. No, that's totally different. Different level, a casual. Y'all? Just casually. If I asked somebody to go out if you're talking to someone that you saying just taking a girl to dinner and that's it is not a date. What does a date. Really what Trump who's paying. Actually out, right? Yeah. If you women are like if the man he should be passed some women do. I'm gonna say if I'm paying, I feel like that's a date. I understand why you wouldn't think it is indeed. 'cause women craze hit on, I'm women just expect so much now in days a woman, like only voted on that one. That was that. Was she? She, she posted the poll, but everybody responded to Jordi say that wasn't or worse. Majority of people say that was the day w was right. Stay females respect so much nowadays, because even with. I guess social media. You know what I'm saying? They think it goes back to the two hundred dollar days. If you don't spend two hundred dollars and his that this year, not a real man or you broke or some shit, I always comes down to social media. People expect. There. Well, people will expect to live their life over social media. You don't say, instead of just living what makes you happy? They wanna see what? What makes everybody else? Happy saying. That's what it comes down to. You know, what's funny I'm sorry to cut you off with these women that expect these two hundred dollar dates. They wouldn't spend twenty dollars on your blockades. Fo-for God damn backs back. If I ask you to go out to dinner, you accept if it's not a day, I guess you paying for yours then? Yeah. What are we talking about. What you say help. I feel like in life, there's just me if you ever call someone and say, hey, you trying to go to dinner debt you inviting and after like you should pay. That's just me. The problem is, is that even though a lot of people like to be old fashioned, but if you will woman and you sitting at home and you waiting for a guy that you interest in two x, you out on a date. What is the problem, which is proposing the idea, the idea of going out, why are you sitting there waiting for him to do it? You don't know what that means got going on his life. He could be at work or whatever. He could be trying to create a business or something he could be at home sitting there right now trying to figure out how he going to start this business or whatever. But you sitting there talking about some. He ain't shit because he acts you out on a date. We have to get out this. I understand. I totally understand the old fashioned aspect everything, but if all these women are here today, talking about some day independent, they can do whatever they want to do. What does the problem? Which you propose something you can propose something and see how do counters that then. Then you can make your decision off of. If you're going to keep dealing with them on that or if he's interested in you, but. To just totally just sit there and wait and say that this guy shit does something just base to me. Absolutely. I'm gonna say this. When I see women post shit like that, I thing that comes to mind is this Jamie. Never been no way, and she keeps villa with the ancient Nixon. She got locked down here for John. Work. Trip. This type shit that we get hit with on his social media shit. You gotta spin over two hundred dollars and going to dinner eight day. I was born in nineteen eighty eight. Never heard to twenty eighteen. This. You hurt money shit's going on a trip. Thirty. Seven years. I never heard no woman, say none of this shit in no shape night in a movie, not on a sitcom, not in a commercial in assault Eastman on a date. You live in a home crazy with eight dates? No female will finish it. Say. So it's like I'm most chicks offer just to take you out to get something to eat. She won't even by fifty. Hey, this won't saying something y'all stop to these crazy, but. Because the real women eight on, they're like the one that's now type of like this is going on going to a dinner date, yeses the date, and let me tell you why it is gone to dinner is more so of Dayton, almost anything you can do. And this is why it forces you to talk. There you go. You to look somebody in. And talk a have a conversation and talk about yourself and learn each other exact going to the movies. Don't do that. Dudek exactly. Going to see a concert. Don't do that. Ten is d- most important fucking date that you can have intimate to get on my cat. We. One. The first reason is a shows whether the nigga is broke on that because. Opinion on way he takes you is going to let you know how much money he Hayes. Another reason why that day is the most important day is because forces you to show your real self. You can't have behind social media. Another reason why going to dinner is the most important is because women love food. Thanks. Let's get serious going to dinner, and I'm convinced most of these women are saying this is because they going on dates and going on dinner dates with niggers. Ain't worth the time. And when I say ain't worth the time. I'm not calling them ancient. I'm saying nigga spend so much time on social media. They can't hold a conversation. They can't tell jokes as good as waves. So you get on the day, you sit in a you looking at your phone and he looking at his fire and you board his HALE and you get home and you post shit, like going to dinner, ain't no real date. That says a lot. Wisconsin. Are you just trying to get likes for saying that you went to this place? So you went to that place. Yeah. So my soul much energy is pushed pushed into their social media. Let me let me. Lost focus on what really mad do. What makes you happy stop worrying about what makes other people happy for your relationship. That's what people fail that for making their relationship. Good. They depend on other people relationships and make their relationship happy, which there are two different people. Yeah, and I use this line all the time. There is no blueprint to a relationship fax. Every relationship is going to look totally different because it's all about what works for you. Exactly. Like, and then like the fates who came to different people right. Women's sit around and they say, girl when they get into the and this is one thing I do love about my girl. She never gives it to that stupid shit. She thinks it's the dumbest thing. When girls sit around, say, Carol, you should be doing doing that you're doing. And the reason why that's good is because my relationship with my woman is totally different from Scott's relationship with his woman is totally different from waves and his wife ways probably do shit there my woman window for and vice versa. You know what I'm saying? Ways white. My let him do. It will dry woman crazy if I do. You know what I'm saying. My woman feels like when I'm out, she needs to know where met for my safety. A lot of his stands from because one night I went out to party and I got flipped into Uber, but that's. Every time every time we have this argument about you let me know. Let me I'll be like growing. Growing almost one night and I didn't know where you was at. But I'm just saying blueprints relations. Every relationship is gonna look completely different fact my you hit it on the head. I mean about actually sitting down face to face with a person outside of this social media. Actually having a conversation with them where you can we through the bullshit you can figure out what a person is really all about. Just about just about a things that's coming out with their mouth. Like we talked about before about guys, showing attention in interest, put an effort or whatever. And like I've always say, nigga put an f. all day for some as oh, yeah, so then they can be all day your DM biggie. You up selling, you beautiful, you are whatever. But if y'all go out on the real, they then and he started talking or whatever. What are you going to be talking about everything. He said, everything, sadness, how good you look? Oh, you turn him on. Oh, he just can't keep looking at you because he'll know what to do with himself. Hanes told you about who he is where he'd been through. What's exactly know who have I bet you nowadays based off of the climate of how things I bet you've we did a poll and we should probably do this. Do a poll how many women been on a date with a gap does have more conversation with them to text message. Then he's, hey, face to face at bet you niggers can wrap you on a text message but can't say shit when they ain't you'll face. I bet you don't have it in them most scared anyway. But that's another topic. Let's get this is this is been just beautiful. We don't play right to two zero. Verse has worked by the running. Running wheels. Okay, we're bringing today's rip rain is titled insecure after the highly successful HBO show created by ISA Ray. If you follow this show from season one, you know the story of and knowing his relationship. If not, let's stroll through for context purposes. So easily Lawrence have been in the long term relationship and living together. Loss is unemployed, and in his words, has lowest is Mojo to say the least it's affecting his relationship with ISA from the start of the show in season one that sir, mole in a relationship is being highlighted. When ISA goes on open mic night, it's run into an old flame named name fast four throughout the season. Lois is dealing with this slump and possible depression, each seeking happiness outside of the relationship, which she cheats on Lawrence with Dame. Ecorse this cheating. Lisa, her break with moans fans of the show know that the story line goes more in depth from my initial synopsis, but let me get to the point. So easily one in Lawrence too shit together and she wasn't happy in the relationship. And as a result of that, she cheated moving onto the current season that we're in season three. We find ISA sleeping Daniels couch because she can't afford an apartment. She has no savings. Not happy at our job has a four hundred twenty five credit school. Meanwhile, striving in his career and living his best single life. Okay. So. In the midst of this new season, things have come full circle for me. ISA has never been happy with her life and even herself. She was projecting that onto Lawrence all along not to say that Lawrence hell, no responsibility in the downfall of her relationship. But now the losses in is not in the picture. She know loggerheads no one's to project or blame for her happiness. She is now faced with seeing her unhappiness, having to accept it and take responsibility for changing. It's now the moral of the story is that in relationships, we mirror we are mirrors of one another positive and negative. If we aren't dealing with our problems and negative energy, we will project on our significant others. So just remember everyone's shit stink. Be more self-aware. Take a step back, breathe deeply and action self is this. About me and my issue with myself before you sabotage your relationship with someone else, rain a. Put a while later brother. So I'm glad you bought a insecure thing and your rank because it all goes in line with the question about the eggs grain. It's funny because I was thinking about this all week. If. You an ex had a referee relationship, and that x. felt like you was the problem in the relationship. Okay. Follow me. And you go on to find your happiness with a significant of Yala living your best life. And she still ain't got nobody. And she's still going in and outta relations book that relationships. Is it okay for me to feel like the problem wasn't me? It was her no. Is definitely not rub you happy and she, especially if you don't same stuff that she was doing, she was what you absolutely I was sitting back to other day. So what happened was I came across a couple x.'s and their rents on social media rants. They has rates, and I was saying to myself. We're. You still speaking ISA Ray, you'll still in the same. Got them play. She was in when I live in the whole time. We was together. You kept telling me I was your problems. And that's I think the element about insecure that I like because the way she is right in show is real as shit because that's usually how we have the nigger go, if and I never forget. This probably shouldn't say this on the air, but I'm old and I don't give up. Remember telling x, I say, one thing for certain things for show. I will find somebody that I'm happy with way before you. And I was absolutely. Hey, Scottie teach us up, hey, what's going on guys? Hockey season is about to start right back up. Seem like it does end it right. I don't know nothing about hockey. Ovechkin all Catherine, we really don't watch hockey, right? Not not too many of the PK super. But did you know in eighteen ninety? Five Canada had all black Hockey League. Why lasted for twenty five years, the colored Hockey League. They had about twelve teams and four hundred African players started in Nova Scotia this is twenty two years before the National Hockey League started. All right. So about ten years ago in two thousand eight ESPN a small little three minute segment on it. You can find on YouTube or you could look up the book black ice. The African origins of of NHL of eighteen ninety five to nineteen twenty Canada had all black Hockey League. They call it the colored Hockey League, right? Twelve teams, four hundred African players. So black people, we always played hockey. We might not be in it too tough these days they may have you think the first man that book broke the color barrier and hawk. Habit in nineteen fifties. But if you can go way back to eighteen ninety five and we had all black Hockey League in Canada. That's just that's once again, let you know that black folks is every week all over the place, but I'm sitting here looking at your race can ha- and thinking, man at race can look mighty advocate alert. Exactly. Say advocate Bergen, hey, African Americans from Africa. Cannot speak on that, I think is aboriginal movements. But you bring that up because me and my brother was having that conversation, and I was I was telling him I don't have a problem with the the logo, no more for the simple fact that is showing a copper as they say, quote, unquote, a copper colored. Individuals and when they described the copper individuals, there was always the native Americans. Always there aboriginals us exactly us. So we'll save that for another pan. And now I see why a lot of the quote unquote is they say, the difference between the aboriginals and the native Americans excited native Americans, the the pale colored individuals that claim that they are the natives of his lane, and I can see why they have a problem with the logo because it's is showing the truth, the truth. Absolutely get caught up in a lot of white people's mess. A lot of people who were classified as native Americans by white folks were black people from Africa, who were already living. Hugh when Europeans came classified him is native Americans, like you said, we can save it for another show. Winged gotta go to deepen it. If you ever seen the movie the revenue with Leonardo Di Caprio in the first ten fifteen minutes of that movie, they call the native Americans Trina goose. Because that's what they used to call them way back wing treating the native Americans were very, very, that was that we can move on. That was as we go get into that, not tonight, but we will get into that what happened? Okay. So Naomi or soccer, she just a beat Serena Williams in the US open. This is a clip, but I'm gonna give it backdrops at a clip because the lady who's token in the clip she's Japanese and she has an accent. So maybe difficult to understand. Okay. Basically to clip this token about how she's half Japanese and have Haitian, and she's playing for the Japanese for Japan and basically. Back in the day, her her grandparents had a problem with her mom dating a Haitian main, basically a black man and in Japan, the Japanese coacher they don't consider. They didn't consider her part of their people, but Naina since she's one of the US open their embracing. All right. Let me get into the clip. A Japanese mother and Haitian father, and they moved to the US when she was three in Japan by racial people like are called half, which means half Japanese. And this can sometimes mean that they don't fully belong to the Japanese nationality. Some people said that also guys not Japanese because she doesn't have the stereotypical Japanese appearance. But others said that looks don't define identity and criticized Japan's longtime of session with Colo engineer eighty in two thousand fifteen. Areana me. I'm also the first biracial woman to become Miss Universe. Japan was criticized for not being truly Japanese. People also have mixed feelings about how the Japanese media praised also victory as their own. They pointed out that the only praised half in these kinds of occasions while many are treated as outsiders. Everyday life have says, she doesn't buy as American, but also doesn't Japan as her home. She has sent her multi nationality is strength because. Allows more people to connect with also born in Japan. Okay. So my first question is she she says, she doesn't identify with being American. She doesn't benefactor being. She lost me so weird. She what? What's the deal she went, she Florida, Florida. Okay. Let's put that out. Okay, cool. Okay. Go ahead in a few interviews that I've seen of her, a lot of people, they always wanna point out her Japanese coacher does she definitely points out that her dad is Haitian? So she she definitely corrects people when they try to point out only she's of Japanese descent. Gotcha. Okay. Okay. And so what's the, what's the controversy surrounding her cosc- she wants. She just one, the US open. She beat Serena. Now the Japanese coacher is a break embracing her. So. But like I say in that clip, they code them, half lose in half whose meaning that they don't consider them being of Japanese nationalities. Saiga would situation when he first came on as common Asian, but on a different side of her actually do. Do, but she's actually, she's actually proud of her. Haitian nationality is supposed to tiger when he came out. He didn't. He didn't wanna identify with him being black, hey, shutouts hurt. Just this girl is very young. She's like what? Twenty twenty one though. I mean, I, I don't know how she feel personally, I know age opinion. I need to stop cloud chasing. Y'all wouldn't try to claim this claim this young lady until she wanted the US open. So don't we trying to claim or now? Right, right. Must be pretty good to be Serena. Although Serena was saying that they kind of cheated or something. She was getting on the rest. I'll be honest, I don't follow tennis. I listen to some people who do follow tennis and they said that this young lady has been on the coming for a long time and they feel like she'll be good for a while. So from what I'm hearing, it sounds like she's, she's the real do. I mean it'd be playing in the championship. She got to be. You to put in that work with shot out to Nate. Oh soccer claim. Hey. She gives us a reason. That's right. That's right. To attend. Conditions her. So we rock we rock with a house arena thing was while to it was, but I felt like I felt like it might be just at time again for them stop picking on her after Serena four long since the beginning, especially since they feel like she's on a decline. So it was easy to put more and more on top of her to bring her down. I think they thought she was done after the baby. And then when she came in stock kicking asking stealing fully to one hundred percent so, but they've been on them sister beads back when they girls man feel good before the simple fact that you know saying they only a saga she's black. So you know, we got, we still got somebody in. Motor her through so shuttle Stevens. Okay. Now wasn't more women on never was. Roger Federer's into foul. Isn't initial thing logo. Claiming shot out to you nail mealy. What is soccer? Sucker? Naomi Osaka sat out to Serena Williams and shoutout to federal. Okay. Do ska my ex you to to? So everybody who she as. Allow going. So we talked on officer Betty show be on this show before you listen to. This is the police officer down in Tulsa, Oklahoma that shot and killed Terrence crusher when his car broke down on the side of the road and she, you know, pulled over nobody called her. She pulled over to find out what he was doing and see what's going on some commands. And she said he wouldn't follow in it and she ended up shooting and killing his do nothing Betty. Betty Shelby catch you. Okay. So I found this this clip on Instagram, just out of nowhere. This was probably like a couple of weeks ago and it's talking about Betty Shelby in saying how she fatally shot earns Crutcher, whatever. And it says, now she's teaching other police offices how to survive such incidents out, shoot and kill negro. Right? So I'm gonna play the clip. This thing when they told him to stop, Shelby tried for manslaughter in acquitted protesters purse her named in the streets. I had to instantly. Do you with leaving my home, an expectedly to threats. I had to come up with a solution as to how to financially survive because put on a ministry simply. Four hour course trained officers to deal with what she calls the Ferguson effect referencing the shooting of Michael Brown in two thousand fourteen protesting the police on their voice. They're scared of the media tormenting them. They're scared about active scripts. Tormenting them the course because people March against the police again, concerned about the half man that the questions with. He wasn't whistle thing as she say. She had to worry about paying her bills and stuff. You wanna ministry of leave. You still get paid. They always get paid no matter what. And then she talked about the fear in the aftermath. What about Sarah's crutches family? They got their love when no move. And then you talk about fear. We faring your ways you get. No, for killing this. She people to, she's teaching the course nail so officers on how to survive such incidents that she'd been through. So if you kill a black man, why you on duty, she's teaching a course on how you can get through that. What. This is. This is all to listeners. Don't fall for deception officer, Betty Shoghi shot and killed Terrence. Crusher for nothing. Terrence Crutcher. He was unarmed. He was not threatening her and he's the and now she's on national television client. Woe is me now. She's the victim. She's fine. Ain't nobody touched her as she not homeless. She still paying her bills. Betty, Shelby is fine. But she wants, you think this, she's the victim. She's not the victim. She's the perpetrator. She's the criminal. She killed. This man don't fall for her. Oh, was me story? That's deception. Absolutely. I'm just trying to figure out at what point do we at MIT as a society that there's a service issue amongst these police and community relations like it's been passed. It's been pastime. We pay time, but I guess, you know, I mean, what? What's going to have to. Happen, unfortunately is somebody not to say that they aren't Caucasians than happen to, but it has to be somebody of some type of importance. So for some crazy crap that happened to them regatta police, I guess, for them to address it because it definitely ain't going to get addressed by killing black folk. Anytime police could walk into your own house and shoot. Need sleep chilling ain't bothering nobody. I don't think it's no hope for tomorrow. Honestly, say it is. I mean, this happened with two, maybe two and a half years ago, and it's still going on a police officer down in Dallas. She just walk into a brother's apartment. Blue is head off and came up with some crazy laugh. They don't nobody believe or and who knows is going to have an exam they, they might be trying to cook up, cook up a way to try to get her off right now. And and the chief of police is a black woman. The prosecutor is a black woman, and Texas ranger is a black black me. Yeah. Is she said jail for like what? An hour too. Right? The the people who protest it the Sunday after the shooting happened that the Dallas stadium, they was in jail for what like a week. The protests got a weekly game. Raise out quick and they didn't even process. They didn't even process that is Cray. Only reason. They got process because people was demanding that what the hell is going on with them because we're not hearing that we concern for their safety and that that police officer is a coal liar straight. Nobody believe that crazy. She thought that was her apartment. Don't even. Mary well lit. They got lights outside every damn doors, didn't they show like how you can get into the part that like this little special key for her pop me as a key packing because police officers, they lived in that building the head keypads on there. So how you how you say somebody's apartment with no key pay Joel. Here. She was so tired from working. Oh, my go. A strenuous, fourteen fifteen hour shift, but I thought she was dating. Do we work sixteen hours. I came home to the wrong house. All I was all it was was mad because probably somebody released me. I heard the same thing you heard about her supposedly Dayton to do. I don't know if that's true or not. We know social media can be sometimes. What I do real pitches. Was that really hurt came out the b- they wasn't. They wanna say. News. This man is dead is because it's officer shot and killed him. I don't care less just say, you believe her crazy story. She still need to be put in jail kill somebody if I shouldn't kill somebody under the. In texas. Will give you the lettera chair right in front of you. Is right if she walked into house. Right? They said he was sleep, right? Yeah, he was leaves. So you just shot this man while he's laying out? No. No, no, no. He say she gave him some orders so he wasn't sleep. She say she gave him two commands follow, and that's why she shot him his thing, don't you? Don't you so wore our or discombobulated from working? You'll know Schiff that you not only popped on the wrong level of where you live at went to the wrong door. The has the only door in the whole building has a red, welcome in front of you. Notice that the door that you don't have a key locked like your door Hayes. It just so magically was propped open and you walk in the dot. We didn't turn on light, but you saw somebody to give a command that you thought was your palm and you shot them. So you will so discombobulated along with all these coincidence. It was a coincidence that the door that you wrong. That you went to was just sitting open waiting for you. Get the fuck outta here. And there's somebody on social media posted a video that lived in the building. And she was saying, I'm gonna show you why she's lying about the door sitting open. The girl opens her door and she lets door go in the door claims automatically doors designed the slam shit. They got some. Electron ick, slam doors. Doc close. Know at the open the new. Dave had a run in before they know each. They already put out. She's complain about him before his loud musical would've right. And then night she came home. His music was loud and she went up there. Him, and that's when everything six witnesses now. And they say that up to that said one was record, but it was up to six witnesses say they heard her banging on the door telling him to come out. So she flat out lie. She murdered that man and she should go to jail, but she gonna get off. Watch I looked does. The ticks of offices has been arrested for killing unarmed civilians, civilians and no offices ever been convicted in Texas ever ever ever. Vicious. So there you have it Rick Nash, she'd what do you do? Whatever of its redo. I like this. Like who reused. Tarek Shida. He produces the hidden color series. That's very popular. He's got a podcast, he's bestselling author. He wrote a few books back in the day. He will automatically oughta go dig and start doing hidden colors messed up. I got the clue. I like to read, okay, we're going to marginalize all the other groups, so we gotta stop being afraid to speak on blackness. That's the benign neglect policy that started in the sixties after the civil rights movement. The politicians had something called benignly neglect where they would not mention black anymore, so they don't have to do anything black people. So they would use terms like minority. We assume that it was it would be for black people, but you know anybody's a minority now of Hispanics minority, you know, pedophile or minorities now, no got pedophile call themselves minorities because they're trying to decriminalize pedophilia. If you notice now there they had these seminars. They talk about pedophilia. It's a lifestyle choice. They're really trying to give them on exactly that three or four years ago that was gonna. Have they doing it? They're having seminars, and they're really trying to soften people stance on pedophilia Israel, crazy and pedophile. They look at themselves as minorities. They say that they're my. Now, so so basically just talking about this was on the breakfast. He's talking about that black people need to stop using terminology to describe ourselves because minorities can be anything. I, I feel like we're not grouped in with everyone. That's real talk, man, brother dot the cloud Anderson. I believe he talked about that too. He was like when black people when we go out and fight for stuff, we gotta get real specific because here's what happens. We own. We out there fighting, we protest in we dying. We pushing forward, we finally get it and then they give it to the umbrella of minority and then hit everybody else. Everybody would out there marching and fighting and dying and protesting and fighting. We would absolutely if the benefits should be gained from it should be game for the off for absolutely. I goes back to what we've talked about before when they will have the women's March down hand stuff, and you will have all the white women down there and stuff marching and and the patriots. But when it comes to Martius for black mothers and stuff like that for losing the kids, you don't see those same white women who were at the women's March with a black women was at as well. So they're not. They're not supporting us. So we need to stop using that term. I know already because we'll sit there and support every other minority group, the LGBTQ community and stuff like that. We'll be there marches. We'll be this other March, the mutt, the women's March a, we're Beate the Hispanics March or whatever, but these people aren't supporting us. So we need to start stop identifying ourselves as minorities because they're using that Serm to give these people benefits that we aren't reaping. We are reaping these benefits. Absolutely. Absolutely. Got it. You got a wife and two dollars how you how you feel about their brother. Let me ask the question. Did you go down to the women's March? No. Does she want to didn't talk to her about his? Okay. So if your wife came home with a, what? A, what? A pink hat on taking the curls. And we go down to the women's March Tonio. I gotta pay for you to come up with us. Goal. Doing going go, but I support you. Skopje some jams. What you was laughing at earlier. Price say this, I'll say it off. The you. Helping. Johnny o. h. underscored k. in underscore Johnny. Next to me is boy waves to hasa guy. You can follow me on Instagram waves on the school DC as z. now to ask next to him is boy rip the spiritual gangsta Mr. I am. I am everything I wanna be in nothing. 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Ep. 394 - Joseph LaFave

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Ep. 394 - Joseph LaFave

"Is it doesn't just not using enough. You're listening to self-rule lady, special operations military on straight talk with guys in the community. Safra radio on time on target. And for the first time in a while, we are actually doing video again, if you happen to be watching this on YouTube and if not, you can go to YouTube, but we're in the studio. No, not why we're we're going to put it up after I haven't been doing the livestream just because it's actually it's like so much more to do than to just record it and make this thing work. So yeah, I mean, hopefully this record goes well and we're able to make the whole thing work, but we should just get right into everything you'll see with us if you're on the YouTube, like sitting check that out Joseph as our new writer for the news rap writer on finance and how conflict affects global marketplace is on with us former an EMT and engineer for Lockheed Martin extra doing this with us demand. It's cool to finally meet you and speak for the first time. Yeah, thanks for me guys. I'm been a, it's been a good months of sub been on staff really enjoying it. Yet it Joe, you know, we schedule so many guests for the podcast. Sometimes we forget to mind from the home, the home team, so to speak and get some of our own staff on at some pretty interesting stories to tell as well. Listen to the recent episode Alex holdings, and that guy is a wealth of knowledge and stories this that. Yeah, great band. So before we get into everything, I actually wanted to mention to the audience, some cool stuff. Soffer radio dot com is now up. So we now have our own website. Chris is building an app that's going to be up this week. I'm really excited for that, but check out the new site. I really love the new way out and it's cool that we're kind of separating our own brand and we're also on Spotify. So if you check out Spotify listening software radio on there. Now for the first time before we get into any of your pieces, Joe, I figured we were talking about this as we're setting everything up. I did not realize just kind of make small talk and wondering how you got the site that you're a friend of Derek who we add on forever. So three fifteen where we talked about extortion, seventeen, and that guy wrote some incredible stop. So just wondering about your friendship with that. So I. I talked to add a little over a year ago when I was I was writing for the local news site ear, Shreveport, Louisiana, rookie journalists, and I was going to do a story about the local national guard here, reached out to a friend who had had a Derek on his podcast said, hey, can you put me contact with that? You know, I got a lot of questions about how a civilian journalists should act when covering a military unit. And he said, yeah, Ed was more than happy to talk to me. We started talking kind of developed a friendship and I look at college mentor and every time I go back out with the national gar- call in Amen. Here's what I'm thinking. You know, this is the sound track and he kind of gives me pointers. Don't how how civilian should approach military unit with the writing about, you know how to not getting away how to tell of story, you know, just kind of even some field craft stuff as far as like. Because he's done some pretty significantly long in beds with the marine. So think I've Aniston so he's a wealth of information and super guy, and he's definitely helped me in my career. So when I first applied to the news rep by reached out to add said, hey, you know, I think you guys, I think you have been on there before, and he said, yeah, the great guys, Jackie great guy to after that. I was like, yeah, this is definitely where I want to be. If ED's gives the approval and it's been great sense. So. That's great. You know, eh, what I like about Ed is that he's spent enough time on the subject matter. He covers that he's developed some real expertise on things like military rotary wing aviation. As you said, he's just spent a significant amount of time with those guys and it can speak to those things quite in depth which unfortunately, it's not necessarily the fault of any particular journalist is just the way the field is developed and designed is that you get a signed stories, not so much here at this outlet, but you know if you work for Newsweek or USA today or any of those big ones. I mean, you're getting so much stuff thrown at you and you're being pulled in so many different directions that you don't have any time to develop any real expertise on the subjects you end up knowing. About nothing because you're bouncing around so often. Yeah, he is. You know, when it comes to he's done some amazing pieces on just the the national guards high altitude training there in Colorado. Yes. And then extortion wants to. I mean, I remember when I was first reading the book. I was like, this is fucking incredible. Just the amount of technical knowledge that was in there. And the way he's able to explain tower and the power to a guy like me stupid. You know, I get this. So I think that book was very, was an is very helpful to the public. We're trying to wrap their minds around some of the things that happened in Afghanistan, particularly around extortion, seventeen, but even more so than that, just rotary wing aviation military rotary in general. You know, I even for someone like myself, you know who flew on some of those helicopters and Afghantistan. But I mean, Ed just knows way more about it than I ever would. And you know reading his book is is a huge learning experience. Yeah, same here and his his first book what was called? Oh, Red Wings, right? Yeah, it was about Red Wings. Operation. Red brings Wailers. Yup, victory point, victory point. And even that is a wealth of information about the conflict ghanistan the Rizal Taliban and also about how the Marine Corps structured, you know, especially because you know, I'm pretty familiar with the structure of of an army combat unit from spinach. I Iowa them, but a marine expeditionary units, totally different beasts. They have totally different there and. Obser- getting to, you know that that book doesn't excellent job of explaining how the differences between the service and how the marines fought in Afghanistan. So what brought you into this field. Tough question. I've done a lot of different jobs, kind of always chasing that that that carrot that grass is greener looking for something I enjoy. I enjoyed writing and I was like, well, how can I make a living writing and found journalism writing for my local website up here in Shreveport trooper news and start cover on a random stuff. I think the first thing I covered was a a Weiner dog race. Casinos and I covered a playground that had bad graffiti problem. And then I was driving to the dog park one day and I saw the national guard armory up here. And I said, you know, I don't really know anything about what these guys do. I mean, we have Barksdale air force base for the BT twos across the the river, and they get a lot of breasts. But I was, I don't really know what the garden does. I reached out to the national guard public affairs. They relent again, you'd come on. So I went and ended up spend some time with them while they're doing their spur ride, which is, you know, the the guard, the guard up here is a cavalry unit, so they have that real real deep cavalry traditions. One of which is the spur ride where soldiers that are newer to the unit and and soldiers that are kind of like your junior NCO's and senior specialist, they're kinda looking to prove themselves. So they go through what's called a spur ride, which is a weekend. Evolution. It's like a thirteen mile wreck March, and then a different, a lot of different. You know, basic lawyer tasks specific to their job as cavalry, which is reconnaissance. So it'll be a clear jam on a into machine gun or Don your your mop suit. I'm not sure what the technical term is. The chemical protective gear do all that kind of stuff. And if they do it in a certain amount of time and they do it all correctly, they get awarded the silver Spurs, which is. You know, I kind of a badge of honor, so it's like the Cavs version of the expert infantry badge? Yeah, yeah. As a way to put it. Put it. This is a good transition actually, because one of the things you wanted to get into that you're writing a multi series on national guards unit and how they're training for JR TC. So I'd like to hear about like what what you have firstly out with JR is for a wide enough audience that they're civilians and people listening to this who don't know what JR is. So part of it is, you know this part of the educational experience of this podcast. Sometimes it's like a directed or directed when he came on the podcast is kind of starting from the ground up and explaining aviation his case where JR in in the case of your story. Right? So Jay is the joint readiness training center down here, four Polk Louisiana, and it's a. It pretty much prepares unit specifically combat units to go overseas, so it certifies them to be deployed. So a unit will go to jar TC and it's almost like a simulated deployment and they'll have an opposition force they'll have to counter. They'll have to live in the field and be self sustaining, and they'll have to go through all of their different warrior tasks or or a task. So in the the guard units, the two, five, six infantry brigade combat team. So they're going to deploy into JR TC and it's going to just be like going to deployment overseas to have to. You know, do reconnaissance of the battle area. They're gonna have to set up their supply lines and their categorization centers. We're gonna have to get their soldiers fed and provide medical care. So it's really a simulated deployment and what it allows us to do is test their their Bility's before they go down rain before they deploy to make sure that everything they need to do is been checked off. JR is designed for like entire battalions to go through as an editor brigades brigades. And they have a. A in home opposition force that resides it for poke and they're the ones who would be playing the bad guys. They have calicoes and stuff too. I mean, it's pretty serious. Yeah. And what's great about Jared is that depending on the global threats that the military's facing, they can change AR to make mimic what our soldiers face. So. Early two, thousands, middle, two thousand one going into Iraq. Jared, Casey was very much focused on fighting a a, a militia, and very much you know, urban fighting, like we saw in. In a Baghdad and Ramadi her Volusia so, but you know, as as you know, Russia and North Korea and different war, you know, states or countries become the likely our next likely adversary were able to change a RCC JR TC to mimic that they can change areas. Does that make sense? Yeah, no, absolutely. Yeah. You're just saying that they can change the scenario based on the force structure of the enemy that the troops are going to be facing overseas. So like it could be east Ukraine for one Evelyn, and then it could be insurgents in Iraq for another based on where that units deploying. Right, right. Exactly. And they even bring in role players that speak the native languages. So, and I was at over this summer at at x, which is a scaled down version of JR d. c. you know, they had guys in these made up hamlets speaking Arabic dressed, as you would see a man and a rocker Afghanistan. So it's a very good concept of the army has to to really prepare soldiers for, hey, this is what you're going to see and hear overseas and it allows commanders more staff level to practice MOViN moving their entire elements and a simulated battle. So what's your story specifically about? So I'd like to the store is going to be about this one unit up here. The second of the one eighth cavalry squadron who I've spent a lot of time with and it's a really good group of men and women really hard work and guys in the store is going to track their progression from now go into JR, seeing all the different things they're doing to get ready. You know how the individual soldiers are getting themselves prepared an how the commanders of the unit are getting the unit prepared. So it's gonna be a piece that focuses on how does a command on national guard commander get his unit ready for deployment because the year after JR QC the second one away and their parent unit, the two, five, six infantry brigade combat team is slated for deployment. So it's really going to be the story of how do you take national guard soldiers. You only do this once a month and how do you ramp up to where they're able. Could you speak a little bit about what a cab unit is in today's military again, because some people are gonna find that my question passe but there are others who are like cavalry, what the hell? Why do we have cavalry today's military? Right? So there's different types, right? Like there's the armored cavalry, which would be. Tanks, the unit on with their, I think their light mechanized so they have humvees and some kind of artillery spotting vehicles. But their job is the cavalry job is to go ahead of the main element and act as a reconnaissance. So there are quicker able in and out of spaces and move around the battlespace quicker. And their job is kinda find the enemy so that the main inventory forcing coming in the story and they, you know, they trace their lineage back to cavalry from like the civil war, which had a similar role, you know, moving into an area quickly, scouting it out and then come back and correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't Calvary structured a little bit different than than say the infantry, right. So a cavalry. So an infantry you would call a cavalry. Battalion is called a squadron and company becomes a troop. Because that's the formation that's based on the old school cavalry is an actual on horses back in the days. Right. And even. Their unit designated like the second, the one away, I think they, they trace their lineage back to, you know, the one with cavalry brigade from years and years ago, one of the reasons. I was just gonna say at all you get back to what you're saying. One of the reasons though I think this is going to be a really cool series of articles for the readers is I get emails all the time, sent us off, ripped out radio. It's offer dot com. Actually got one just recently, that's like, hey, have you guys ever had any national guard members on the answer is really, no. And we, you know, we talk green berets. We talk army Rangers navy seals here. We recently had some air force and we've had more sock. And I think that there is an interest in learning more about national guard, especially in this case training for JR TC. So I think this is going to get a lot of interest. I hope so it's a, it's a really great group of soldiers and the mission they do is really tough. And you know, because they have that citizen-soldier mentality. No, they train once a month for their jobs and they go back to the civilian world. So it's a lot of pressure on them as individuals to maintain the standard in a while also having a worker civilian career. And you know, like I said, that's how I, I got into house. I know very little about them. And you know this unit especially appears to wartime deployments to rock and they fought, they fall really hard and. Especially being here in Louisiana, not only do they deploy wartime. Now, there are also have a big time stateside vision with all the natural disasters. I think some of the guys from the two, five, six infantry brigade combat team. Obviously, you know, they came back Moroccan two thousand five a month before Hurricane Katrina hit. And I'm also very adamant that we continue to cover the the troops. You know, I hate to throw that term around and quotes like some generality, the troops, but that we have these guys were deploying overseas to combat and it's it's too easy for the American public forget, but that's happening in not these guys are over there, and sometimes we only hear about them and what they're doing when some sort of disaster occurs a helicopter get shot down Neff ghanistan or something like that. But we continue to deploy troops to combat all the time. And that's something that we have to see our website and our job as being reminding our country about that every day if need be, you know, we're not gonna let up on that and sometimes myself for sure. I've covered on the special operations community not exclusively, but mostly and that can turn into a somewhat of a mistake or lead people to some false impressions as well. And the bulk of the deployments are being done by the conventional military. And those guys are pulling most of the weight in places like Afghanistan. Yeah. So it's it's interesting when you look at the entire narrative of the of the global war on terror, you know, like you said, there's a lot of stuff about special operations forces and those guys fight really hard, you know, and that's not, you know, undeserved and there's a lot of stuff you just had Sean Parnell I think on Chris Parnell reindeer look about it and he was drawn to, right? Yeah, I think he was. He was inventory right lease offers a three PL. Ya. So there's, there's that that side of the narrows untold and and you know, the marine sides been told by guys like Derek, but the national guards role in a global warned tear and my opinion has remained somewhat absent of the whole narrative. And after you know, before nine eleven, when when it was the end of the Cold War, the guard kind of scaled down and and they were kind of thought that strategic reserve. But as soon as nine eleven happened and we opened up a two front war and ghanistan rock. You know, there's only a certain amount of infantry divisions we have in the army, and we really needed our guardsmen, especially our combat arms guardsmen to come in and start making those wartime deployments, visit them enough guys. So when you look at the entire narrative of the global one tear, the guard is really played a significant role in that because they were needed. Yeah. No, I think you're absolutely right. So I'm excited to see where the story goes and it'll definitely be good to put that information out there. So for for the public for the readers and they can check it out, do want to also get into a little bit some of your other recent stories. Like the one we were looking at actually, that I know you wanted to talk about regarding the Abol of iris, and you know some of the continued issues that are happening in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Uganda. So, yeah, bull is back for the second time this year in the DRC on the first outbreak happened in the beginning of the year on the western side. And then I think in August is beginning of August this new outbreak on the eastern side, near the border of Uganda. Began. And we've really seen an explosion, not maybe on explosion, but a definitely a rapid increase in the amount of patients that are becoming infected because health work healthcare workers are having such an issue getting into the affected areas because of regional violence, specifically the allied democratic forces and other. Radical Islamist militias that operate in that border region. So it's really interesting for con- concept perspective, how regional violence affects healthcare workers and being able to provide health care in remote areas. Yeah. I mean, that's a really important point. I mean, whether it's the Abol of virus or something like aids, you know, we have the healthcare. We have the technologies, the medical technologies to be able to grapple with these issues, but some people in remote places or impoverished areas of Africa, don't have access to that healthcare. And you see these little outbreaks, which is unfortunate. I mean, we have kids dying of diseases that are that are treatable. And a lot of it is also not unfamiliarity of the local populous, the disease, you know? Yeah. Bull has been president Uganda. I think three times before and it's spin on the western side of the DRC. But this is the first time northern Qi view, which is the province and the DRC that it's spread. I think it's the first time that bulls ever broken out there. So local populous is really unfamiliar with the virus really unfamiliar with rented spread, and I'm sure afraid. I'd be terrified. What are the threat groups active in this region dot are preventing healthcare workers from getting into the area. So the biggest one is allied democratic forces, which is is limited or Islam, est militia. That's kind of base their base in Uganda, but they oftentimes we'll do cross-border activities and fight and do attacks against healthcare workers and against u n peacekeepers in the DR see and the democratic forces ADF. They're allied with guys like al-shabaab and the Lord's Resistance are nice. I like the rebranding allied democratic forces. Yeah, it's always like a jumble of seemingly double talk. Well, that's the communist groups always had wonderful acronyms, you know? And when you hear the words people's democratic in there, you know, they're probably none of those things, but whenever go ahead, no, go ahead. I was just going to say that Islam. Groups are usually a little bit more in your face, you know, calling themselves Islam state or Al Qaeda this or that. Right. And what's what's interesting is someone on the news. One of the comments on the peace asked me, she goes, hey, did you? Do we have any troops currently stationed in the area? And I'm I'm trying to get a hold of ACA sir answer. I know that. Would you say we do. What's what's their mission over there. It's the we're doing fit mission in Uganda with some other ancillary stuff tacked onto it. And I mean, I know we've had people going back and forth through the Congo, but I mean it's been fairly light footprint. I wonder if the funding got yanked from the Gonda mission or if that's still ongoing, I'd have to look into that. I know that the army SF how was the best way to to speak about the army special forces group. In what regard? If I, you know, green berets or Rb SF or what's the, what's the most understood term think? Well, technically, you know, as far as like how army has these guys listed in their in their task organization as special forces US special forces. But that term confuses the public because they hear that they think like, oh, seal seals are special forces. I thought interesting special forces when I originally came onto the site, I was confused by that special forces everybody and then you know, eventually got onto it. But I mean, I feel like all the terms are fine. This reminds me of this reminds me of our conversation waxed episode about the unit, the unit, but that will then so you'll have SF guys actual special forces soldiers or others will refer to ourselves as green berets. But then there are other guys in special forces. We'll say, while green beret is a hat, that's not who we are. So you get into this whole like shit show what we call ourselves and. It's part of the reason. I think the public remains a little bit confused about special forces to is because what do we call ourselves a what we are. And so that's one of those things we have to articulate. But I mean, you call them special forces or green berets I think either is perfectly acceptable to my mind. Somebody mowing their lawn outside that. Sorry about that. No, I saw good happens without fail. Like whenever you're ready to record, all of a sudden somebody starts working on their back deck, right where you wherever you are. So I'm not a friend's house is my wife that I have seven dogs allows like, I can't do. They're going to go that. So I specifically can't hear it to my friend with their dogs, and I got the yard, we will make it work. Yeah, I asked. Oh, that we did have special forces soldiers and Uganda last year hunting Joseph counting, who is the leader of the Lord's Resistance Army which is lose allied with the new allied democratic forces. Yeah, it turned into a kind of a joke. I mean, Coney was across the border, cer, Central African Republic as I recall and we didn't have any. We weren't given any kind of crossborder authority to go over there and get him. So I mean, guys were of like just doing the fit mission over in Uganda that wasn't really going to go anywhere. Gotcha. So if people want to check out this article by the way, it's titled Ebola continues to spread threatens economies of the DRC and Uganda you publish it it off Tober fourth and it's interesting stuff, man. I mean, you talk about the numbers listed here of one hundred sixty one confirmed cases of the boulevard, one hundred five debts, and it's just a reminder that he bowl is a very different problem over there than over here. You know when I remember when came over here and there was this huge scare and I believe we only had one confirmed death, right? So it's just it's an entirely different problem when you're dealing with a pretty much no healthcare system, right and no real education system either, you know, it's I feel like a lot of us that have researched the bull, better idea of what it doesn't out spreads. People who were living there. They've never been exposed kind of education, and if you don't know what it is, you know in your in your family member gets it, and then a couple of days they're thrown up massive amounts of blood and bleeding from every orifice. I mean, it's gotta be or fi. Do you guys remember aero Lewis in New York, you might remember. 'cause it was local, got some crap literally because he during the whole like scare of Ebola in America. He, he was like, if you see like crap on the ground, don't eat it like that was like his advice for not getting e Bala, but the truth is it actually is very hard to get in America because of our healthcare system. And if we do, you know, they'll be able to treat it. But I do remember the whole scare where at airports they were, you know, quarantining people and people were legitimately scared because they saw the amount of deaths in Africa and they thought this would be a similar problem in the US. And then there were less alarmist groups out there like the, I'm trying to think of the name of the actual group. I think they're like a lobbyist group that family member mind used to be a part of the national council of it's a science group. Anyway, there were like less alarmist groups out there. They're saying, don't be so worried about a bowl. A lot of this is media hype and they turn out to be right. Yeah. I mean, that's the kind of the tragedy of it is that it is treatable and you know, these people don't have to suffer like this, but because they're in these impoverished areas were torn areas. It provides an opportunity for, you know, some of these healthcare crises to break out. The article is definitely not meant to scare the American public in the readers that there's going to be some insane Abol outbreak. But you know, and like you said, it is relatively hard to catch him. It's not like the flu where you can just sneeze and it's airborne. I mean a bull. I believe if I'm correct it adds to transmit through body fluid and direct touch. But I mean, I'm not really scared to get the flu even kills a lot more people year. I'd be really scared about a bowl, so you have that kind of fear and that kind of visceral reaction to it, did it you guys actually get the flu shot on on that note now the like every if you get the flu shot and I, I never do. I've never gotten it since I talked to a friend of mine about he said, it's the flu shot is basically like the role in the dice because there's no flu. The flu is like thousands and thousands of different strains, and they don't know which strain is going to break out and whatever part of the country you live in. So there's like some statistics or going on in the background with trying to predict which strain of the flu is going to be in your area and give you the flu shot to inoculate you for that strain. But nobody really knows. I mean, it's like predicting the weather. So since it's just like, you know, rolling the dice. I never really bothered getting it. And also all of us are I know where both in our. Thirties, I don't know if you're in your thirties, Joe twenty twenty. Okay. So late twenties, early thirties, relatively thirty. Relatively healthy guys. I think it's it's more of a concern if you are like an elderly person could become deadly for us it, it were not gotta gory. Right? And they recommend healthcare. My wife's studying doctor, so they, they recommend, you know, medical workers get the flu shot out so much for them, but you know, the protect their patients from spreading it. I think state by state, they have laws on, you know, if you are mandated to get the flu shot, if you're if it's mandatory to get certain vaccines, and I do understand that you're working around elderly people, you're working around people who are more susceptible to these types of diseases. And I know people like to act like it's a freedom issue, but it's the same thing also with like vaccines, you have to get at birth. If you know a certain large portion of the population aren't getting these vaccines than you might as well not have them at all, and then we're going to bring back these diseases from like the middle ages. Yeah. And you see these kids who are coming down with like measles mumps rubella. Whooping cough and cheeses Christ really all because like Alex Jones, you know that that vaccines are evil. I saw some news article and I mean, I don't know the veracity of it. But there were saying that there's there's like rich neighborhood somewhere in Los Angeles. They have a lower vaccine rates than third world countries in sub Saharan Africa because the parents are these like yuppies who aren't having their kids vaccinated. Oh, sorry. Go ahead. Sandra. I think some of them bet on that concept of heard, immunity. Whereas if everyone else's around me vaccinated, I don't have to because the disease can enter anyways. But if everyone thinks like that. Exactly. Yeah, I what I was gonna say those Alex hongs. You were talking about the last time he was on. He brought this up. I think the last two times he was on. It's no surprise to us, I guess, might be surprised to other people that some watt of the anti vaccine propaganda is coming out of Russia. Yeah, they did a came out in one of the congressional studies. Actually, it was just like wherever the the Russian see, like a Fisher in society that they can exploit. They'll jump on that and. The anti vaccine issue is one of those like, oh, you can get Americans arguing fighting with one another. And the point behind that from their perspective as well, if you're arguing about stupid, domestic issues like that. I mean, not that stupid, but I mean, I mean it's stupid like that we're having that argument, but if you're arguing about that, then you're not arguing about all the Nafari as things that Russia's up too. So that's kind of the point. It's just a distraction essentially, like I was reading today about, there's this viral video people are sharing on Facebook and I saw friends of mine sharing. It was this girl who was going and pouring bleach on people in the subway who are man spread. Yeah, and it turns out to be some sort of hoax that was propagated by, you know, Russia today, some of those and the people. The men in that video were paid actors. So it's just one of one of those things like you just get people outraged about stupid, inconsequential, garbage, and it distracts attention away from some of the things that are happening in the world that we should really be paying a ten. Mention to. It's tough, you know, and people want to have those kind of almost nonsensical arguments because of what they see on Facebook it, it makes it hard to for real discussions about things that can really implement the country to take place. But I'll say that they got me with that reach thing. I believed it. I would love to do a study on this particular subject because what I've noticed and this is purely anecdotal is that. The baby boomer generation, including the special forces veterans that I am acquainted with seemed to be especially susceptible to that kind of propaganda. I mean, they're sharing it like non stop on social media on taking it as fact. And I mean, who would have thought thought green berets who served or in the Cold War would be like maybe the most at risk population for Russian propaganda. I mean, I don't know if they are really the most susceptible, but they seem highly susceptible just in my own casual observations, and I'd love to do a study on like why that is because it's so counterintuitive, you would think these would be the people who are the most. You'll inoculated to foreign Russian propaganda, but it seems the most susceptible to it as kind of sad to. I mean, like you said, these as our Cold War veterans in some respects, they're still finding that same battle in we all. All are, but that outside influences propaganda. Yeah. And so I think the reason Russia is putting out propaganda like the the vaccine stuff that we were talking about goes back to something. We've discussed many times in this podcast that a lot of the Russian propaganda is just about creating distrust in the system for Americans distrust in government. So just the same way with what they call the election hack. Oh, you know, our elections are rigged and then also Russia funding both sides of protests whether it's black lives matter. And you know. Liberal side of things and and pro Trump rallies and something like this creates an idea. They're lying to us about the election. They're lying to us about vaccines, and it's not even about who the president is just about us feeling like we're being wide to about everybody said anywhere. They can find a Fisher and society. They will try to export it. You know, if you watch like RT or something like that, you'll think there's like a frequent race war going on in America. And I mean, but in reality, I mean, you go out, I take my kid out to the playground and she's playing in the sprinkler system with. African American and Hispanic children, and everybody else can't believe you would allow that. Yeah, I know I, it sounds the premises I, it sounds crazy, but we live in a multi-ethnic society and for the most part we get along with each other. I mean, it's not to say we don't have problems by the Russian propaganda will make it seem like we're all at each other's throats and they're somewhat race were about to break out. But you know, when you go out and actually live in the real world, you see, that's not the case. I think that's the danger of Arjun ration- living on their phones and losing that grasp of reality. Like you said, I mean, you look on Facebook and you're like, man, everyone hates each other, but then you're out and about there's no now. Now there's no one's being violent to each other on a day-to-day basis, and we're all, like you said, getting along when you live with face in your phone, I'm guilty of that. You know, it's easy to be take a pessimistic view on events and current situation. Perception is reality. Isn't it nice nice time for a little plug of Alex's book by the way out songs book because he is all about information. So if you check that out, that's that's the subject of his latest book, which is doing really well. I wanna get into this other piece. Well, why are oil prices up several factors? This is written by Joe. This is up on the news dot com. Crude oil prices rose sharply Wednesday driven up by a decline in this last Wednesday. Of course, not today. If you're listening to it up on Wednesday, driven up by decline in the US oil supply and the expected effects of new wave of sanctions on Iran, you run is an influential member of the organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, OPEC, and one of the world's largest producers Brent crude benchmark oil cross the eighty dollars per barrel Mark earlier last Wednesday before coming to rest at seventy nine seventy four per barrel. At the end of the day, this latest increase put sprints price at the highest level. It's been since the end of according to Reuters. In addition to the impending sanctions on Iran, the US stock of crude inventories fell by dramatic five point three million barrels in the last week, this decline is vastly more substantial than the eight hundred five barrels predicted by the. And that's eight hundred five thousand barrels. I'm sorry, you're looking at this article in the way it printed because it would be more than eight hundred five. But eight hundred five hundred five thousand eight hundred five thousand barrels predicted by the analysts from the US energy information administration. So this is interesting and one of those on sequential unforeseen consequences of so-called America. First policies. So, yeah, the the sanctions on Iran or by far the biggest factor affecting oil prices right now because. Everyone's kind of, you know, they're gonna sanctions are going to take affect that new member and everyone's trying to decide, okay. Is Ron going to cease oil production? And is that they're going to drop road supply or they can be able to smuggle it out like they're trying to do, you know, offloading crude oil on to their existing tankers and try to work around the sanctions. So everyone's kind of holding their breath to see what the Iranian sanctions due to the world oil supply. You know, the US is talked to other OPEC hunters, specifically Saudi Arabia and ask them to increase production to make up for what we're gonna lose with Iran, but until November hints everyone's going to be talking about the Ryan sanctions, everyone's gonna be speculating about it, and you know, just kind of wait and see what exactly Ron's gonna do and what the what the net affect is it going to be on global oil supply? So the then countries buying from Iran are really going to be China, Russia, who else do think Venezuela Venezuela to buy from them. But the one that's been in the news lately as India, their big up and coming giant population and and kind of going through on death row period right now. So there massive consumer while and expressed interest that they're going to continue to buy Ronning while despite US actions. So what do you think this means? I mean, are we going to head back into the air like we saw during the during the George w. Bush administration were gas shot up to at its height? What was it like? Five fifty, six dollars. Something like that. I think when I first got my my driver's license on how to start paying for my own gas, it was like four dollars a gallon, and I was just walk. Here in New York, New York. It went up quite a bit more than that. I remember round like before the before the Obama administration. I mean, it was pretty high at one point. Oh, yeah. I think Saudi Arabia does what they say they can do and and level out oil supplies, you know, we shouldn't see a giant increase in prices, but if they're unable to in that supply goes down for definitely gonna start feeling the faxes. You know the price of a barrel. Oil goes up and then with India, India's kind of interesting because you know, like like earlier this year we renamed are Pacific command to the Indo Pacific command, kind of include India and our sphere of influence and kind of extend them and all branch like, hey, were. Friendly neighbors and the Indians are freaking out about the Chinese getting into the Indian Ocean. Right. And I think I think Alex is written a lot about it. There's been a lot on the side about the different. You know, close calls the US navy in Chinese navy athletes out there. So we've got a take an India side and said more or less like, hey, you know, you're gonna come under our sphere protection against the Chinese. So for them to go and say, we're still going to buy rotting oil is kind of interesting, and it's going to be interesting to see how that affects the relationship between us and in New Delhi yet it's going to be very interesting, and it could be that the Indians are kind of holding out for something. Maybe they want something in exchange from the United States, which I don't know if I can hold that against them. They have their strategic interests, but at least from my point of view, I think it behooves the United States to strengthen our relationship with India's much as we can considering the rising threat in the Pacific. Especially, you know, India's. I mean, I agree with, you know, you got to cut them some slack, especially because when you look at in other kind of in a precarious position, sandwiched between Pakistan and China and would to foes Pakistan and the Indians that that hate that bad blood goes back thousands of years. Yeah. I mean, they fought a war in the nineteen fifties. It's interesting relationship they have and then there's everything going on with Burma right next door as well. So. They have a lot on their plate. Yes, that's another horrible humanitarian crisis going on in Burma and Bangladesh. You know, I saw, I think I heard on the BBC that with the Rohingya Muslims have been kind of pushed out of their lands and Burma at the Bangladesh authorities or thinking about sending them to deserted island and making that like their new homeland. India also has tremendous domestic issues internally to overcome which regarding. I mean, I'm I can't speak to it, you know, with any kind of expertise. But I mean, I've read enough to see that from issues with poverty to trying to create a modern economy in that country to issues related to the caste system. All these things kind of intertwined with one another in India, and they're trying to modernize very quickly. And they've also kind of experienced some of the evil side of of social media. If I -member creek, there are some stories out were now. Lynch mobs were organizing using WhatsApp or some kind of other how? Well, apple I would argue that killing people of lower caste systems or lower castes in India. That's something that's been going on rule areas for decades. And if anything, social media's just making it more apparent more in people's faces than you know, lynching would have been in the past, which is probably you could say the same thing for some of the sexual assaults that have really come to prominence because of social media. And you know, forced is probably forced Indian government to actually take some tangible actions. Whereas in the past it would have gotten swept under the rug. So I guess they're different ways of looking at it. I think they're going through kind of their own version of the b. two movement as we speak to an extra two and a dream. But yeah, yeah, you're right. So and then also with the oil, you know, we got hurricane Michael out in the Gulf Today. We're gonna evacuate some of our rigs. So. One of those things where you have ongoing issues like you know, the Iranian sanctions than you have kind of short acute issues, like data disasters that can affect the market as well. So it's a, it's an ever. It's an ever changing ever flew the commodity. You're from Florida originally, by the way, is your area being hit by that or family members or anything like that? I grew up on the east coast. I went to school in Tallahassee and the the panel, so they're going to get. They're gonna get wet. I all my friends that still work EMS race to work. I see. They're all getting ready to work overtime and extra shift. So I wish him. I wish him luck. I'm sure we have Leshner who are going to be hit what by that, I mean all over America and everywhere else. So you know, we keep us update and we hope everybody stays. Dave is possible during that. So anyway, I'm just wondering Joe, at what other pieces do you have in the works for the future that we can look forward to. I just did one the other day about. Merging markets kind of. Burji markets or countries that are developing economies, but they're not the haven't, which urge the point where like the US stock exchange or Shanghai's. So just at a piece about that, a lot of people are looking to emerging markets right now is a good place to invest because prices are so low, but it's not a sure thing in the problem with the merging markets. A lot of those countries have really unstable or fragile political systems which can change the economy overnight. You know Brazil's a perfect example. You know, they're the heck they just elected the new president. The guy who was stabbed on the can't campaign trail. Remember that story. Yeah, I, I've been following Brazilian politics quite frankly, I can't. No, I I don't blame you. Just it's originally markets is interesting because it's another thing where. It looks like a sure thing, but the political situation in the country can change it overnight. And you see that a lot more so than and developed countries that have a more stable and older government. They say the same thing about Mexico, right? That has a tremendous natural resources and should be a global economic powerhouse, but be because of the domestic political situation in Mexico. They just can't get there at this at this time. Right. In Mexico is a speaking of other stories. You know, we just signed the the new NAFTA ask agreement with Mexico and Canada, so that's going to bring it should bring more manufacturing jobs the US. And I think it allows our dairy farmers to sell their product in Canada, so is kind of too big, too big wins for the United States. Be interesting to see how that plays out. Yeah, I've seen some of it online because of the fact that Trump was so anti NAFTA. And people are saying, you know, this just NAFTA to point out. There's not. There's not a ton of differences and each country. I think walked away with concession. They wanted, you know, I think Canada really held onto the dairy, the dairy farm issue for a long time, but they all to Bentley wanted something written in the contract mechanism that would allow candidates settle trade disputes. And that was something we caved on and finally gave them so now is that the new, the new NAFTA still has that provision at a fellow allows candidates to, you know, challenge some are treats practices, especially with lumber, like out in the Pacific northwest. The man. So checkout Joe's work on the news rep Joseph, Abe and you could follow Joe on Twitter at lefavor LA f a v e Joseph Atla fehb Joseph on Twitter and else that you're plugging before we wrap this up. This has been a great discussion, man. Yeah. Yeah. I really enjoyed it guys. This is my first time coming on a podcast if I was all over the place. No, not at all. No bling. We'll do it again, but I like that. You know, we talked about Ed at Derek earlier. He's got two books coming out twenty nineteen that I'm really excited for. The first is called warm omits. It's going to be a collection of pictures. He's taken of military personnel at home and during deployments and if with work, I mean, he's a great for top for Taga for as well. You know, he did the his. His picture on the cover of were been were win glory about ads Hillman and has been featured in a lot of different magazines. Some of the pictures he's posted online and I mean, yeah, absolutely. I agree. He's super talented photographer. Yeah, and and you know, I'll say this having taken my own sotos of the national guard when I was in bed with it's, it's tough. It's tiger fy something that you definitely have to work at. I definitely struggled with for him to be able to produce images is definitely talented individual and second book. I'm not sure if it's titled yet, but it's going to be about another group of marines. And I've been asked as well similar to victory point. Cool. That's awesome. So the if you wanna check out the episode, we actually did with dark. That's one of our highest stream or, you know, high numbers, we've had screams episode that was episode, three fifteen, where we talked about extortion. Seventeen. I'd love to have at back on when those books. He was an excellent gushed. A great guy and like I said, a wealth of information. Awesome. N. will thanks for doing this with us. Joe, an exit out of Joe's window here as we finish up stream and we'll have you on again to Joe Yemen. Really appreciate great. Cool. Soon. You'll see this up tomorrow on now. 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My Ex-Wifes New Boyfriend

VIEWS with David Dobrik and Jason Nash

41:13 min | 1 year ago

My Ex-Wifes New Boyfriend

"Thank you. Honey, and stitch fix for sponsoring this podcast. The beginning of this podcast is going to start in the day, because end in the night, because we had to take a break by what's okay, views the podcast where we're gonna try to make this podcast. We're going to record in ten minutes. Yeah. Even though it's a forty minute podcast when we talk really fast and then just gonna slow it down. And it's going to end up being forty minutes. I'll do what I mean I need Dave. It's gonna be really fun as I went on last night. And I had with my ex by my kids showed up and they might troll. You started to cry because they're so fat your sock layers. Music. Hey guys views podcasts. I'm Dave jas? I'm twenty two years old. Jason's pushing sixty and this is what we talk about stuff. Yeah. We love getting together. Let's start with this. This is the real the real meat that I want to talk about yesterday. You went to dinner with your ex wife's new boyfriend. Yeah, you keep referring to as new not new at all. I just haven't accepted. She's she's been dating for a couple of months. No, no. Like a couple of years. Okay. New boyfriend allows me to say, oh, this is this isn't going to last share in my mind. But now it's okay. What did you learn from dinner? He's great. He's incredible guy. You had your you really funny. You're a little, you're a little hesitant at first. You didn't really like him at first. Well, no. I, I didn't like him at first I was surprised at how well I took it. But I heard he's oh, you know what I made about yourself. I was surprised like I was great. But you should have seen me at the dinner. I was fucking even better it. No, no. I was surprised how well I accept you. How incredibly was I was proud of myself. So he's a good guy. Great guy, really funny. Really smart? He's actor, British accent. We've talked about this accent, but he's not like you know, he's not like has a high and mighty attitude about it either during the dinner where does your you or your kids laughing at more of your jokes, or his and who got like a who ordered for them and stuff, and who took charge at the dinner table. Oh, I took charge at the dinner table. I got there. I got there early and I had just me and the kids, we were meeting my ex wife and him. So I ran inside it was like, oh, good. They're not here yet. They gave my card. You're fumbling with like their Cheerios, and they're coloring books, and she walks in beautiful rep down there hopping out of their Bentley. Oh, hey guys. Just in time, we got the table ready, and there was a big discussion about where everyone would sit. Yeah, there's a booth and then two chairs on the animal all take the chair on the end and then I'll add morning and Ben have the nice seat together. You the kids didn't understand that. And let your mind sit with him. You're the Paramus. You're like you're like the nanny. I'm impressed that, you know, the word pair, I watched a movie like a lot like a long time ago, I think it was Lindsay Lohan. And I think they use the word, but I think as parents. Paid off, or you Dave rocking knew that movie was going to come candy one day, but I'm my card and before they got there and oh, bring the Bill to me, you know, real mafioso ship. So the declined that was my fear a lot today because the other day we were getting, I think we were getting pink barrier or something, you're the hotel. We were at the hotel, and you're trying to get us a room of this, and it, and it got declined. And like I don't even like laugh anymore. Go of course. This is like you buy the fucker. You don't bring your card anymore. I know he got he does not, I'm bring his heart because Jay scar your car. What is going on here with? Erin today. And I was just like Erin. Can you keep a tab on how much I oh you because we had to go get food, the metric, or the apple store to buy like cables. Oh, Aaron like seven hundred dollars right now. Why don't you bring out of town? I don't have a car here all the time and you don't have a card. Yeah. You're asked for for a year. Why don't you ever cartoon just go? Yeah. Here you go. Why don't you keep a credit card because I haven't gotten around and making a new on and Natalie always says the borrow mine because like one of us will lose our card, and they'll be okay here use mine, and then she'll just take it because she spends the most like for business right now. Dobric LLC. I've no cards in millions of dollars. Also thing imagine if I did have a car could be fucking chaos. I could be buying a whole bunch of shit that I don't need. You have no cards, amongst LLC. I don't have a driver's license right now. I don't have anything. Oh, we tried to go to the airport on Friday on Friday morning with David, what is half the shit that you do to us, if I ever did, you'd be you folks don't book which could go you fucking. Let me let me say this because it's my mistake. So I wanna I wanna I wanna own up to what happened. Well, first of all, let me finish. They, they, they brought the Bill over and right. For over an hour later, I go, the Bill is coming to me. You have my credit card and he goes, he goes. Oh, yes. Of course, like that as tiny restaurant. And then he brings the Bill over, and it's an he gives it to Marnie and my car is out there, and I go, I go, my card my car. I gave you my card, I told you and I like freaked out at the table, I made a way bigger deal out of it because I wanted to make sure I paid it was like, oh, yes, right away. So it was it was really embarrassing, and then they're like, what happened what's going on. So your card got declined. Yeah, that's pretty brutal. But it looks like ended out in a pretty happy with Jeff and I were actually sitting outside of your of your place. We have to scope out where you were having dinner. No you word. Yeah. We wanted to we were checking to see like what the area. It was like we wanted to hire a bunch of like, younger girls to come and stand outside. So when you walked out they'd walk up to you and go Jason Jason. Can we have a picture commuter picture? But that's a really funny idea. I didn't you do that. Because I didn't wanna I didn't want to, like, I don't know you were there with your ex wife and it was like she wouldn't like that. It would have gotten. We were talking about lice at the table her boyfriend, and I talk about a license lot. Well, you know, and the kids get lice, and he actually got it wants working on a movie. And money's mom was sitting there. And he said, oh, Marnie. You're the grandma was there, too. She's too. She's great fuck. And I, I go I go, yeah, I go Merrill. He's never had lice but she's had crabs. About the grandma and she's, she's kind of out of it. So she, she couldn't hear and I and Ben, Ben her boyfriend was like he laughed really, really hard. He was like. Money, money, Kat. And she just goes nice. Did the grandma? Do you talk to do you talk tomorrow? He's mom. Yeah. Yeah, we're like this. We're very close does. She like you better than she likes a new boyfriend. What just happened? Jeff just slid across the floor. She likes me. I don't know if she likes him better. She's she likes. She's been really your fingers are still crossed from. When you told me how close you and her mom are your fingers are still cross to. I can just imagine. Because your muscles just gave up in that position. And you're just like fuck it I'm not going to the hospital again. No. But that's awesome. Anyway, we relate to the airport the other day and collect flight David David books at very early. So I've been in the mornings at school. Yeah. I was out late the night before, of course. So I got, like forty five minutes karaoke, or karaoke thing we were going to the airport. It was very hectic. We were we were very fine. And then I got there and guess what I forgot my fucking camera at home and before that he didn't have his passport. Yeah. Running around looking for it, and your mom was here, and I love that your mom got a look into Cy inside of what a mess. You my mom's slapped me like three or four times she visited Yoshi did. Yeah. But not like aggressive way and they're just like what the fuck is wrong with you. She, she really liked putting me into place. Moms at best. I love spending run along with her a lot people really liked. What she's like she case? She has your sense of humor. So it's kind of like hanging out with, you know, she's like a nicer version of you sweeter, just innocent. She doesn't do anything. Yeah. No, no. She was great. It was. It was fun having her. But yeah, so we got to the airport. I forgot my fucking camera. I called him. I called Oscar who works with edit videos for us. And I'm like, please go into go. I need you to go into my house. And I locked all the doors and you should go into go into my house and I needed to shatter a window and climb in and grabbed the camera and bring it to the airport as quick as you can. So he came over, and he called me, and he's like he's like the kitchen doors open, and I was like, oh fuck great. And he's like. Still need me to shatter the one. No, no, no, no. No, no, no, no. We're good. So, so he got the camera he ran it over and I was happy about that. I texted Ilya. I'm like I left my fucking camera at home. What do I do? And he's like you mean to tell me you left your only fucking form of income at your own house. That makes you buddy Bolivia the one thing you're traveling for no. What do I say? I felt like an idiot. What do I say during this whole thing? All these little to buckles along the way you say I love you. Dave. I say nothing the next time I make mistakes. You're very supportive. Thank you. You're trying to decide today if David and I went a week without talking to each other. If we took a break freak who would call who I who needs who more. I'll admit I feel like I would need you more. Okay. Yeah. Good. That'd be pretty honest with you. I'll hit you up. More who I need you in the moment? More who needs who needs who in life more in general? That's that's different different argument. Who needs you on a weekly basis me? I need you weekly daily daily. But, but who needs me just in general to function and live life, you? Well, you know what I'd like to see this balance of power play doubt. We're going to do it in my law. We're gonna take one week off. Sure, we're record the podcast. I'm going to drop the mic and not see you for a week. Wow. Yeah. What are you going to do, and then you're going to hang out with your kids? It's another excuse to go. It'll be replaced by Adam Devine guys. I know. Yeah. Really? I get like Arnold Schwarzenegger to play your role. I'm so old. Debatable gotten his loaded. Ready to go? Shoot me in the back times get to the past. Yeah. That could be that could be a version. Yeah. Whatever you want to read an ad Dave guys, David's known for reading ads and he actually wanna streaming last year for ad reads. He also wanted shorty. He also wanted tiny and anyone a little so get ready for David soothing voice and address the brands love him. That's why they pay top dollar here. Stitch fix is an online personal style on. Hold on. Did you guys hear that? Did you hear the way hit that first word Jason this? This stitch fix is paying for sixty seconds, please don't give them three minutes stitch fixes, an online personal styling service that finds and delivers clothes shoes and accessories to fit your body budget and lifestyle. Go to dot com slash views and tell them you're sizes, what styles you like and how much you want to spend on each item. 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It's districts dot com slash views, and you can extra twenty five dollars off, when you keep all fighters five items in your box fight items that combined five and items that's amazing. That's what makes the, the ad unique fix dot com slash views to get started today. Stitch fix dot com slash speaking of clothing. Nothing pisses me off, more than, you know, we went to this gender reveal the other day and gender reveal. Get here. And I David has having Natalie buy me clothes because he had had to wear all white and I heard early on the other end. She goes what's the size. X XL super XL David's like yeah. I think so I'm a large I'm right here. I'm on the phone. Just asking me. Stop putting me down. Then we went to the gender reveal in all the voice started playing the younger guys started playing football and David like play play play. And I'm like, I'll be the ref and I literally hurt myself and David was like you were the ref. This twist an ankle or something I was driving why at the other day. And, you know, we've been hanging out with your friend, Charlie poof. No, my friend, we've only hung out with him twice. Yeah. But it's incredible. Brought them up. Podcasts. Well, what happened? Well, I was trying to Charlie told me the story of see you again. Okay. And how he got see you again. Which was he made the song for fast and furious. And they tried to give the song to a bunch of artists, and at the end of the day, they're like, no one. No one saying it is good as good as you. Sure. So they gave it to him this nobody to sing. And it was a kind of made his career whatever. So it's trying to relay relay that to Wyatt to be like to tell him like music stuff like this is how things happen. Yeah. It's fucking impossible to tell the story. Why just interrupts me the whole time? It's completely intro. So it's like it's like, okay, so Charlie poof. He's like, okay. So we got to stop talking about this guy really look like fucking losers at this point. It was it was cute. And it was like, that's cool. They hire what Charlie booth? But now, it's like for fuck sake. These guys have ally. I'll tell you about Betty blonde com. Two two closest friends. No. But they're great. This is frustrating because he asked questions. Every shirt moment. So you're like, well, there was this movie fast and furious. And then Paul Walker died and he's like he's like, oh poker died, look what happened with. And I was like, yeah. Yeah. That's not fucking point. So by the time I mean is important he died. It's not. Oh, god. You're just like it's not important, I'm trying to tell him a story. Okay. Yeah. You don't like when I cut your stories out eight that you hate when I don't let you talk. Anyway, fuck. It ruined my fucking. Mo Jo, you know, let me tell you. How podcast works? I don't know if you know a podcast is supposed to be someone brings something up. It's a lot like. You know when you go to you know when you go to a baseball game. And the beach ball comes along the end. Somebody goes like they love it back up. Yeah. I was just pop the ball. Basically you you love it. You get it you go. No. Now David talk about me. No, I liked. I like your stories but it's just a hate him though. I hate you. It was interesting last week, you bought a buns, I tree, I did I what we were in Malibu, and I found a banzai guy was dealing trees. And I said Hello. How are you? When he goes seven years old, and I go what and he goes St. seven years old. And I was like, oh fuck. Okay. And it was a little tree because I wanted to first of all I should set it up. I wanted to see his bonsai trees because they are on the side of the road. And I was very curious. I've always wanted a bonsai tree there. These little trees, really always wanted. They're like little trees in a flower pot. So we stopped by I was excited, I go, hi. He goes seven seven years the street, and I okay, so I'm like, okay, so he's talking about how old they are. So I wonder how old this one is. And he goes eighteen years is tree, and he keeps doing it and I noticed that the older the tree is the more expensive. It is and the bigger, the tree is obviously the older it is. And I don't know why. But like that, like, really like a really got to me, like I really wanted like the coolest tree there, and he could have been fucking making it up then tire Taina. I, he could have just little. He said the tree. I bought is you could have bought cilantro. And we wouldn't have known genuinely. The tree. I bought was twenty five years old, twenty five years old, and, oh, you got the twenty five year old one. Yeah. Good for you. She's older than you, and it was originally four hundred dollars. And then our friend who with goes, can we take it for two hundred and I thought, well, he's not going to negotiate. It's, it's a twenty five year old tree. We'll take it and he goes, okay? I'll do for seventy fuck. Okay. Maybe this isn't a twenty five year old tree, trying to fucking skinless. Nobody I ended up buying the banzai tree for forty percent off which was very excited about, but I still don't know if it's a real thing, and I'm supposed to water it twice a week. Have you been I haven't been? Get some water in that thing before you leave watering, you have to, like, fucking you have to you have to take the bonsai tree, and you to put it in the bathtub this next time on the podcasts called Josephine podcast. It's where we give our editor friend Joe twenty five seconds to say or do whatever he wants in return for adding our pipe podcast. And we're live in three two one. What the hell is up weenies, Joe here from GT WBZ, and today is a great day because we are all making money on this podcast. I haven't had read. I at bay for the deal eighty David looks like he's gonna cut my head off, and I'm gonna go with it. You haven't had do you like mobile games. Do you love comedian, Jason Nash, then download carpool dad for the new game on the phone and Android that has all Twitter talking? Join jason. He picks up bagels for his kids yoga balls. Next time all the time we have. Thank you, Jason. That was chased them sounds amazing. Jason's new app. That show was promoting how, how much you actually give him for. He he got forty seven dollars for that. Are you fucking serious? What it with you? He'll split it with you. Okay. Fair enough. Whereas where's the money from your translator? They shouldn't do happen. He came out with. It's really good. Yeah. It's fun. I've played how many Donald does it have twenty six thousand in less than forty eight hours. That's ridiculous ridiculous. I'd no idea. You know, I just think I don't know. I don't know why they wanna download it on. How much money have you made on it for people that are getting into. Absolutely. I think we'd be at a thousand forty seven dollars. Yeah there's not McKay. Rich off of it. It was more like just a fun thing for I don't know who off. I remember when I was developing the app, I always, keep everything I do about David, like secret because he'd always going to have some common or whatever, and overheard it. And he goes, he goes, you're making an app and I was like this is like a year ago, and I was like, yeah, and he's like you love money. Minute guy who bought a Ferrari. So funny. I remember when I found out, you were writing a book, I have the same fucking reaction. Yeah. Because you do so many like you do so many side projects. It's really interesting. It's like, oh my fuck it's like it's like you're trying to milk the cow at all angles. Like it's a really interesting talking about and we have so good way in. You have so many projects going on. Yeah. Maybe blurry. I walked in here the other day. And he's like, I'm gonna make David Dobric candy that was literally out if you're still doing that, but that literally something like that, and you find the right flavor, but I did I did take a meeting to make my own candy what happened. See I'm happy for genuinely can't find the right flavor yet. What's it gonna be like liquor? Sure. I don't want anyone to copy, my fucking recipe. It's David Ober candy. It'll be fucking in store soon. Really? I, I work on a lot of little things. But none of them ever come true fucking you're gonna hit about YouTubers. I've said this before I hate when people hype up things if you're working on a song or if you're working on anything like why? Why, why, why do you hype anything you'll guys just got this new song when you hear just die? How could you possibly fucking say that? How can an artist's go? You guys are going to fucking lose it when you hear this song. How can you possibly say that? But craving Tanya west says it you're like this might be good. I, I don't care if Connie west says it you're saying you don't like when YouTubers do it. I don't like when anybody says that, like, what artist you're okay with Kanye west saying, I said, I don't think I kinda can say that. That's crazy to say. Yeah. Going to fucking lose your mind. When you see this, I think there's a people with confidence like that is really. I think it's. And it's just. So what are the greatest things I've ever seen in life? And is, is about the creative process. I'm watching this documentary about Jay z and it's like old old documents on Showtime. I put it on and it goes to the scene cuts to Kanye west guys get fucking braces in his mouth. He looks at the biggest dork you've ever seen your life, and they were all into the studio and then they go what you work on. It goes. He goes, y'all. I got this song for Jay z. And when he hears this. Fucking song. He go fucking die. Jay Z's fucking tits are gonna fall off when he hears this beat. And they're like, okay. Okay. Jay is going gonna be on a little bit. Are you ready? He's like, fucking ready? Are you ready? Don't ask me fucking question. Like data's ready surreal, totally real one percent. Look up the documentary. So they go, okay. Well can we hear it? And he goes, can you hear it? He goes, you, are you ready to fucking shit. And they're like, okay. Yeah. Play it fucking hits play. And all of a sudden you here. But. Right. It's fucking dirt off shoulder. And Jay z hasn't heard it yet. So, like y'all I think Jay's going to like. Connie's kind he's got his hands cross buckles, sitting there listening to music, and he's like puck and tell me that ain't the best fucking song you ever heard. And they're like, yeah, it's pretty good. And then comes in jaycees kind of an asshole, as he's like I'm fucking Jay, Z fucking tort, producer, con-, yea. We're kind of fucking pussy name is Connie, I like that. And he gets in the booth, and he's like, okay. Okay. Okay. And then he's like, if you feel Bill drawn, but sold us off. And then you see it come together at Connie's like fucking told you told you and then like that's Booker during off your shoulders. Okay. Best best thing I ever seen in my life. Prove me wrong. I don't even know where we started. I wasn't trying to prove your own. What were you saying, I was just saying that it's super extremely aggressive, and it could never end great. When you hype too much. Artists, of course. But I, I guess, maybe that's because I'm surrounded by so many like shit artists that go, hey, matter fries. Why are you looking right mind to my eyes? No. Because we're in LA. And there's some people that are like my songs. The next big hit. I'm gonna blow up after this. Like I hear that all the time. And it's like it'd be so much cooler. If you just said, I have a new song coming out. I'm excited. That's it. You know what I mean? If you hype up a song, people are expecting so much. It's so might about. Muhammad Ali favorite is to under promise and over deliver. That's the best I've lived that my entire life. I always I always under promise. I've, I've taken a page from your book. I stopped hyping up my things. Well, that's different in your situation, you should have been following about page from deco. What about Mohammed Ali? I don't we'll give you the story behind. Mohammed was the greatest fighter of all time. That's different when you're a fighter, I why that's the only the only time I feel like it's okay because it's like it's just kind of part of the fighting is like, aggression, right? Right. It's who's who's more aggressive, and I think that's where it mobile games pretty aggressive. And I've been hyping it up for a while. Well fuck, you know, I, I also I also do think there's, there's a part in wrap that, that we're like aggression works. Do you know that? But when I think about like music like pop songs, and like sounds like that, I never understand, or like YouTubers coming out with YouTube videos. I never understand why people hype it up. I get why someone to make an Instagram's where I'd be like you as a really going to like this video, but I don't I I've seen so many tweets where they go. This is going to fucking knock your socks off. This is the best video to ever fucking like it's don't hype it up if you don't have enough, people be so pumped when they actually see it. No one will be disappointed unless you're kind. Yeah. I thought about it, man. Mohammed Ali if I could meet one person, Kanye west, he's definitely, the most interesting person, I could spend an hour, someone, and have them like me. I certainly don't want to like I've met slivers before. And I'm like, oh, I should have never even I've heard incredible things about him. I heard that I heard that when he's in the studio, he like takes notes from other people like you can come into the studio and he'll be like hell just meet him. But Jason listen to this really. And then, and then you'll then you'll be like I like it kind. Yeah, I just don't like this chorus and then he'll be like, we need to change it. Course I've, I've heard that he's like that. And that's really cool. I like when people take notes from do that. I love that. I'll be giving you a notes on something. And then you bring the janitor in I'll be I'll have a rent. Yeah. Have a random person go through my blog. And if they don't like, anything I hate it too. I'm so easily like influenced by people's opinions, I hate it, but I don't think you are there Siam oh, I don't think exact opposite of you. Well, what restaurant do I hate? I hated the Beverly Hilton, and then we all went there and you guys were talking about how great it is. And then I took my friends there for the next seven weeks. Oh, yeah. I was pissed. I was pissed when I when I was with Jason I was like this place, fucking sucks. And then and then with the people, we were at they're all like this is so great. This is so great. Yeah. Got I can't focus because Todd is in the corner here. And he's pledged Todd's doing the silence of the lambs tuck under go, watch signs, Atlantic dick in between his thighs better said by David. And he's, he's trying to distract me. It is very distracting, because it's really fun to look at. Let's talk about something we can all agree on. I'm a loser. Yes. And saving money. The reality is, if you're not shopping around, you're probably not saving money. So what if there was a way for somebody to do shopping around for you? Well, that's exactly what Honey does. We've talked about hunting a lot. They come back to sponsor these, these podcasts, and I absolutely love them is basically an add on your computer. It's one of the sweetest brands around. That's amazing. 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It's free to use an easy to install on your computer and just two clicks. Don't take it from me. Take it from our listeners, get Honey for free at joint Honey dot com slash views. That's join Honey dot com slash views. Honey, the smart shopping assistant that saves you time and money. We Jason and I went to my friend's graduation, the other day. Oh, yeah. Which was great apologize. Tell you. Oh, well, I gave you I gave a real jerk about golden Chicago. And I had the best time. We've got a good time. It is a lot of fun. When you kind of just let go, and I think I gave you a lot of time to sleep. Yeah. You did. Yeah. You're like like a fucking rechargeable battery. I think he's good to go. Now. We can wake him up. No, we went to my friend's graduation. And that was great super fun. No fucking thing. You're saying hold on those. Still bad mood. I was in fish. Because I posted my blog, I think eight forty five and then at nine forty five we had to hit the road Yuli slept at our. No. I didn't even sleep. I wonder you're graduating pack my bags. I was in the worst fucking mood. And now we to had to like the middle of nowhere to this town for his graduation Cal. Yeah. And we got to DeKalb I was I was in such a grumpy mood there. And then it started raining like this, like this bitchy rain like wasn't pouring. But little fucking drops like freezing drops it'll we're hitting us like it was like little spitting on us from the sky like it wasn't enough where I was like, oh, I gotta run for the school and take cover, but it also wasn't enough where should I take my time? It was like a weird in between. I didn't like that. And I was just it was pissing me off so much because I was so grumpy I this is your sweet spot to a college graduation. And you can film, whatever you want was supposed to be the best time in my life. No. But we got there, whatever the graduation was fine. It was a lot faster than I thought it was going to be right. And you're not allowed to touch your cap anymore. That pissed me off so much. The students aren't allowed to throw their hats in the air after they graduate because someone a couple years ago hurt their I fucking are you serious these are college because these are adults that aren't a lot of throw their hat. They're cap in the air because someone hurt their I why can't high five at school anymore. High-fiving. Yeah. You told me then why can't you I five not allowed and a lot of touch each other all my fucking crazy? I mean it isn't it isn't like why is that? Why is that what? Well, that's what kept me alive. If I if I wasn't high five and on a second you having a lot in high school hun. Oh my God. I was the one of the biggest when you high five I the teacher handed out tests, and she handed me the test, and I five hey, let's get this. I said, I wouldn't say, I, I would say right before she handed out tests. I'd say I'd high fiber, and I go, let's get this paper and it'd be a joke because it was we weren't making money. I just wanted to paper to take the exam. It's good. Yeah. So stuff like that. And like I can't do that findings outlawed anyway. I really hate it, behold. No cap throwing graduation, all the money that I have in my Bank account, I would pay to be able to go back into a time machine in chew junior year in high school. I pay it love to a seat. It was on stoppable. Those genuine the peak of my existence. Really? Yeah, I'd go. I'd go back and redo high school again, I'm kind of scared of saying that to like to out loud, because I don't want, like some fairy to hear me and make that happens. Oh my God. I'm back. Now. I would I would if I can come back to where I am now and do all four years again. I would I really like I really thrived in high school because it's so careless. And you know what? It was so interesting to see all the people in school all the time. It was like these people had to hang out with you. They had to go to they had to go to school like it was like hanging out with your friends every day. And it was mandatory. That's why I loved high school so much. I don't know anyway, at the college, they didn't let you throw the caps, I got pissed, and then and then we surprise them with a MAC book, and then we gave him twenty five thousand dollars to pay off the rest of his tuition, that was sick. And like, and he was his initial reaction was really silent because he didn't know what to say and it was great. Because then he cried a little bit. And then we left and then he just fucking broke into tears at Rosetti's, and we were getting pizza. I thought all my tears were gone, and he started crying there and then the next day when I got back home. I landed he called me in the morning and he just start cry. Again. Well that's the best. And then didn't he like I love when people cry when he got? You should come hang out with me, the shower where, oh with you. Do it. If I caught you crying shower. I don't know. I don't know if I keep doing this with you. That's such a vulnerable place to find someone crying in shower. Yeah. I like like naked body just soaked, yet sitting on the floor hugging my knees. Yeah. What was you crying in the shower? Probably like yesterday, actually now, I don't know. I cry in my car, actually. I cry all the time and my car. Just I don't I literally cry from joy when I think about you guys at nothing like I literally cry from joy that. Like I can't believe all this exists. Yeah, it was pretty crazy today to everybody and everybody fucking told me to shut up. Jeff was here. Todd was here. Joe is here. Oh, my favorites heat, and I love everybody if I didn't mention your name, and I am standing in the middle and I go guys how cool is it that we all get to like work together every day. And hang out like this is incredible. David shut the fuck up. Jason. Fuck. Yeah. Man may have happened. Best, the one story, I can't confirm. Yeah. No that that was pretty bad. I'm sorry about that. Now, it's okay. But yeah, I do. And then you now, I've, I've really had a great last couple of days because I said, actually this guru on the plane back from Chicago in, in this guy, he, he was a heroin addict his whole life. And then he decided he was going to write a book and he wrote this book, and he self published it became an international bestseller, or he's still heroin. And he's me. Fix me which we don't know. But yeah, he gave me a couple of tips than I I'm letting go of like a lot of stuff today. I know you won't get into it, because I know you don't like anything about my feelings, but we can cut all this. What did you say? I'm on my phone. I'm kidding. I'm kidding. You met a wizard on a plane, and then. Now, imagine just wizard. Wishes cylindrical. I mean, no, I think you're doing a lot better. You're definitely getting thinner. I will say that they Q not because I see it but because other people see it. I know a lot of people have become like Jason's getting thinner, and it may be because I hang out with you every day that I don't notice the other people are so I'm like that's great and doing it, right. But yeah I'm just trying to let go of all my guilt, you know, because you're right. I should I should be able to go to Chicago and not feel bad about it. Yeah. Yeah. Actually said that to my ex wife's boyfriend last night. I said, I, I'm carrying around all this guilt, you know. And they just kind of they were like, oh boy. This is like sharing too much. Sure, you really hit it off at the ex boyfriend. Yeah. He's great. I mean, the crabs joke really really hooked us in. Maybe you guys are dating. Guys. I'm here with Jeff. What's up guys? Good to be here. Monday name is Jeff. My name is Jeff. This is common theme going around our friend group, people think you have both talks, and I want to dress that address that no both talks. Next question. No. What is this, dude? Is this you call me on here for an ambush? Let me see. I'm going in for the people audience. I feel was a compliment that people think you have both. I'll be on. I'll be honest with you Jeff when everybody brings up that you have botox I now not at all. But now but now looking at him. I mean. I take it as a compliment. I sure from everybody. But when you say because you say the piss me off what's one thing about rely, you're thirty years old now. Crony nine twenty nine thirty who cares? Your old. What's one thing that you've this, what you guys do here, he sits here and says you roll? Hey, you know what I had Jason on my podcast today that podcast, you guys are going to lose your shit. Crazy fuck as you're gonna lose your tits. They're gonna fall. I had. He was great. Then we respected each other. We didn't just sit here and bicker like you guys, we're not about into inside on topic. Some of his stories, this guy's been alive for three hundred years. There we go. You're kidding. So he told me so many stories about when he was starting out. Unbelievable. Fucking all this fuck. Well, what, what advice do you have to, to young people that are I this is this is an episode about finding love because obviously Jason just met that was it on the airplane. So I want to know I want to know what, what have you what have you realized about love and relationships that you can you can take in. You can you can explain other people. Are you a relationships type of guy? Now, you you're come, a Rosen relationship, a couple of months ago. Yeah. Are you ready to jump into one? Dude. It's not worth it. Just do just do YouTube videos at them all night. And then everything happens for you could get reservations at restaurants. You don't have to call up. You don't have to Greece anybody. All you gotta do is become successful and YouTube and all your life problems are solved airplane, tickets hiring assistant have heard do that putting your credit card info all that shit. You don't want to do that just focus on. Is that good? Now is there anything more like two person that doesn't make you videos? I don't give a shit. We were we were at the grove, Jeff and I went to the grove yesterday and one we, we know this Viner I don't know, his name, but I was hanging out with him. One day. I think Zane was I don't know. And he goes, hey, you wanted to go to the growth and get recognized. That's the joke he said and the grove is like this outdoor mall. And the Viner said it like just so he can go and people can take pictures with. And now we use that joke every time we go to the grove. I like Jeff was on his way to work out. And I'm like, Jeff what are you doing? He's like, he's like, I'm going to work out, and I'm like you want to go to the grove and get recognized and he goes fuck. Yeah. That sounds good. Yeah, so I picked I picked him up, and we went to the grove, and obviously, we don't go to the go to get fucking recognize but we were there, and, and I'm taking a picture with someone and this girl, walks behind Carly and her and her boyfriend goes who is that. And she goes, she goes out, some fucking YouTubers, probably here, just to get recognized. Fucking bid us Ryan the ass. So Jeff and I are no longer going to the grove to get recognized. Nah, I'm kidding. Gone before I was saying, I love Jeff so much. It makes me laugh. I really connect with him because he's like a little bit older. He's like, kind of like over a lot of the stuff, you guys are still Jeff is like in between me, and you get Jeff walk out of party like this fucking sucks, and I'll be like, yes, like it, Saint Patrick's Day. It also walk fucking headfirst, and party and I'll go this. She's going to be great true. He's in the sweet sweet spot of being your friend and my friend. But I will say every time I say goodbye to him like tonight, I think to myself, I might never see him again. Do the same thing. Yeah. You know why? Because he does this weird shit when he leaves we're talking about. I'm like he's not here when he leaves he like airplane modes is phone or some shit, you can reach him. You can try to reach them throughout the night, and he'll be gone. Sometimes they'll be gone for an entire day. What is that? Yeah I'm going to get out of here in a second. But I just wanted to say before I leave that these guys are fucking rich, and they are very successful and they still only have two microphones here, and it's, it's just feels weird. You know what? And there's a good chance. The audio did not come out we cross our fingers every week. Look at him. Did you look look he just fucking charmed his way out of it? He's literally deflecting. Eggos the fuck. Do you do when you turn off your phone? You crazy psychopath. Don't worry about it. I have a podcast of my own that you guys could walk out of here. That's chef Wittig here. Adults each other when you know how much I love insulting you. I don't have a microphone. That's Jeff I s a third. Hopefully one day, we'll find out what he does past nine PM. That'd be a real big honor. Because what do you think he does? I think I think he just watches movies better got. Got it. I think he's a little more balanced than you and I. You think it's the opposite. No, no. I think he's more more balanced in his life. He's a little like he does his work, and then he's going to have, I think a life. That's unconnected on. But we're together all the time. Well, no, Dan, you know what Jeff is like what? So, you know, like those, those balls that, that, like, wizards look into, and like all mythical on the inside. And they're like, who, like those orbs. Yeah. Like a psychic will look into and we'll reach a crystal ball like a crystal ball. He's like a crystal ball. So it's really well contained. It's very pretty to look at. But once it's cracked, which, I think it will crack soon, it will fucking explode all sorts of demonic shit all over the world. I think that's what Jeff is. He's a beautiful crystal ball, who is any second will crack and we'll fuck us off. Cheifs at any second is a little rage underneath. And I think it's just waiting to come out. I think he's, he's an angry guy. I just don't think we've known him long enough. So that's chef Wittig ice. My friend, my friend. That's all the time we have for today's podcast for listening. This has been a views podcast, I'm David Dobric. That's Jason Nash in New York this weekend. It'd be in New York this weekend. Pop pop. Pop shop the pop up shop. I'm saw merch there. I may come one of the days, I'm not supposed to say if I am. But I will I'll be there, one of the days and Jason we'll probably be there to. I'll be there, then we'll do my show in Brooklyn coming, even even if even if you don't think I'm going to be there. Just still coming. Hang out because they're going to be people there that watch the blogs. And maybe you can meet someone you can meet the love of your life there at the David Dobric Pablo. You're not supposed to say that if you're going to be there, yet because I want to make any promises, but I, I am attempting to make it to be there at least one of the days. Okay coco. Okay. Thank you guys. See New York. This has been of us podcast. My name chef.

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Monte Carlo memory lane: Our 8 MOST EPIC moments including Nadal's La Decima, Gasquet-Federer upset and Djokovics 2013 title streak-stopper; ATP Player relief fund proposal; Murray-Novak chat on Instagram; Laver Cup postponed

The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

59:14 min | 5 months ago

Monte Carlo memory lane: Our 8 MOST EPIC moments including Nadal's La Decima, Gasquet-Federer upset and Djokovics 2013 title streak-stopper; ATP Player relief fund proposal; Murray-Novak chat on Instagram; Laver Cup postponed

"Thank you ladies and gentlemen and welcome to the passing shot. Murray and DJOKOVIC LIGHT UP. Instagram postponed till twenty twenty one We remember some of our favorite moments from Auntie carly everyone and welcome to the passing. Shot the tennis pocus by fans for fans with your host Joel in today's episode. We're going to be taking you through some of our favorite moments from Monte Carlo. On what would have been finals day at the Monte Carlo Country Club elsewhere will bring you some of the big talking points. Coming from Andy. Murray and Novak Djokovic instagram session. This was an update from the tennis. Well this week including the postponement of the Labor Cup but Kim first. Let's start with Murray Novak Chat Friday evening had a long week at work and it was a very pleasant and nice way to kind of start the weekend. It was a conversation. I think that they had admitted they had no actually. Despite having these rivalry kind of gone for so long they never actually sat down. Had a chat with each other. So it's really pleasant kind of have that moment almost kind of be able to share it with the yeah. It was nice. Isn't it just them is kind of mates. I suppose just having a chat and that means Joe. They were clearly listening to fashion episode causing show that we did last week because the conversation turned at what point stand. Mann's excellent shorts that he won railing. Garo swift say clearly. They had tennis fashionable Nemo. And like we had I thought was funny because Jovic said if SAM was watching he should burn they shorts And I think she was watching because he did like At one point in the essay they show it during the right and guarantees e Mont. They say he called exactly. Yeah but maybe he's got a spare pair at home. I did love the fact that other tennis players joined didn't as well as kind of your general fans as well and it was kind of great to see some of those responses for some of the topics of up light stands short. I think curiosities Sleeve Kobe. Bryant tattoos was brought up as well say it was great to see you the kind of everyone kind of getting together and having a little bit lobe. Ever sit down because as you said. It's like you know these guys that you know. Generally speaking when we see them together is a head to head. It's a competitive environment and it's nice to have made like this. Where is a level playing field and just kind of talking as mates and I think some of the I think one of the big talker boys are one of the things they were discussing? Was that perfect. Tennis player. Agai through different sort of aspects of a tennis player. And saying who who they would like I found the most interesting thing was what they were talking about. Back cads returns of Sunday said they would prefer each other's each of his back. How does over time himself? Which I thought was quite interesting. Well I am being humble respect. Fourteen each other or was that the rule. They just couldn't take themselves so therefore oversee he would pick the the the wouldn't because they generally speaking I would say they are the best return for example. I was surprised. Jovic didn't pick rough maybe physical as well as mental. I thought maybe he was trying to like spread his His pigs around today. I'm I'm not sure but Pretty much agreed with all of their old of that picks picks along the line. But Yeah I mean. It's nice as well just to see them like eating because these guys. Yeah we we see them competing against each other. The end of the day the players get on say well the friends of each other and they must be missing that kind of camaraderie of being on the tour as well right now so. It's nice to do something like this isn't it and the fans can join in and and get as well exactly. Maybe maybe we'll do a future episode on talking about how we would build and structure our perfect tennis players. But that's just kind of give a listeners. Feeding catch it the the run through of what they they fought was that kind of perfect tone. Spy Say Novak Djokovic serve was either it was kind of between John is ner nick carry US return. Murray four hundred went for the Dow poetry full hand with a backhand Murray Volley Federal Man Tuna Dow and then physical yet domain Tame Strike David Farrar. An- Andy Murray Chose for his. I mean no surprises. He kind of went for seven. Apothecary else is now return. Novak Djokovic forehand rough on the Dow back can Djokovic Volley Federal Mental Nadeau Physical Jakovich. Maybe we should do. Yeah maybe we'll do an episode construct. All perfect I thought the one thing just looking at one other things maybe interests me is the Jakovich for his forehand shows. Really flat four hundred we've portray whereas Murray of C. Wet for the Dow's complete off the the massive credit four top speed and You know high. The showed is thought to be interesting. They chose different different approaches for different shots. I'm really surprised that she didn't pick carriers for you. Know his mental attitude. I mean a car. No match and why. They wouldn't have picked him for that. But maybe maybe they went for his his underarms. Maybe referencing that but yeah anyway in Albany Joe as slightly more serious thing is pays ad. It's come out but there are plans to play a relief fund fula ranked class. You're going to struggling a lot financially. current current time so jovic revealed on Friday that the plans for that player. Relief Fund would generate moving full million dollars. But the way they're going to do it will that outlining how they would do it. Is that everyone in the top hundred singles twenty doubles which country based on their ranking? Say for example those players in the top five would donate thirty thousand dollars each and then kind of below down the rankings. You go the less you would need donate into the prize ports. Not Too sure I mean I think is a great idea passing. They obviously is a lot of talk saying players shouldn't have to be helping out all the players like it's about. Atp tool they should be doing this. It shouldn't be a problem the players themselves to have to do this. But I think it's really nice initiative and I think the top players do have some responsibility to initiate something like this. Yeah I think it's it's an interesting one. I think it's a good place to saw. Obviously it's the intent. Is that to kind of help in that. Coastal of collective spirit. That kind of we're all in this. You know the the top players of their own initiatives kind of going on as well And Yeah it's very interesting. I feel like this is going to be a big is going to be a big talking point. It could open up a lot of. It is a kind of worms. I think a lot of people are going to have their own opinions and already kind of those opinions A different is like how great it should be on a sliding scale of of ranking or should it be something it should be something else. Is it Fatou on ranking? I think is one of the biggest kind of conversations and I think kind of doing something like this kind of highlights. The you know that wetness. The players ranked lower down need financial support. But you know. Is there an argument to say? Well you know how we got into a situation where we've needed a global you know global pathetic figures passive as the corona virus to to make to make something like this happen. Yeah I agree because eat at this. I mean how long term will make everyone take a more serious look at the pay structure with antennas? I know it's been on the agenda for a couple of years but hopefully this'll be kind of like the final push to actually make it much equitable. I mean the issue with this sliding scale was the the amount that they're sort of saying should be pushing Like ranking its way is to disproportionate. Say someone who's to one hundred in the world is actually going to be doing much. Larger percentage of their income than say joke rich in federal at the top of the game so therefore maybe it should be done. Just how much you could actually afford to give Or if you're going to do ranking perhaps what would be fair is to do on like ranking. That would be from the last couple of years. Like an equalized average ranking because a lot of players like for example Dan Evans. He's just going into the top thirty. He's just go back. He's not going to have an awful lot of money from top tournaments that he would be like Able to access at that ranking like. It's all very new to him. So as conversely other place he would be in the top one hundred and then maybe a much lower at the moment because of injury but yet they would have a much more financial capacity to give a bit more or to treat this. Obviously no system is perfect. It's like a new idea. They're going to have to. I guess. Run three these issues but the inspire. The idea is very nice but I think perhaps they just need to kind of streamline and make kind of sense of some of these inconsistencies are going on. Yeah I think as you said I think conversely people like Jack Circle people who've gone on the rankings. He had to get have had. That had that moment and made a lot of money. Jacksonville finals power. Small says etcetera. It doesn't feel like he would benefit that much. For this sort of your relief fund this kind of Aimed at plays. We'll have similar rankings. Maybe around him. I think it's kind of like this. Does this effort from the players but I think also needs to be from the tournaments as well And it will be interesting to see you know. I told him it's like you know Wimbledon for example whether the prize money whether they still kind of look to distribute that to players on notice spin some sort of chatter and some talk about you know first round prize money being distributed to make sure the players. Because I think if you if you don't support these players farther down we might get into a situation where they might be more vulnerable than ever say of them. Kinda going down roots of match fixing and betting which we know that kind of tennis has a history wave when you know we will not repeat itself but this might be. This feels like a moment. Where if we don't do something? It might lead players to yet. It's kind of desperate desperate. Meshes Yeah and how many are going to be able to stop again? When when they're allowed to you know there's a lot of investments and expenditure that go into just traveling the tool so some players might just find that they they just cannot afford to stop again. Say Yeah I mean I think they're all various other schemes. Think the WGN for someone has a loan scheme going on but in reality I think the criteria for as she being able to get financial help. You know isn't kind of what they say. If that makes sense it's you have to meet certain criteria and it's audit and I think this is. This is a step in the right direction. So that's a positive thing. We'll read bit as much positive news this weekend right now. I suppose one other thing Joe. That's been announced this week In relation to make arenavirus is the Labor Cup has been postponed to twenty twenty one so not a big surprise is just the latest in series of events. Go oversee this is an exhibition. So it's certainly not as Important as for example the slams and it was going to coincide with the newly scheduled French shape and so I guess it's just for the best now that Labor has decided to kind of delay For Year yes. That's still a pall of became a just. I think there's going to be any bladders played this season. But let's say Fidel there is a as as you said. I think he is completely a completely makes sense. The you know the priority is given to Grand Slams and and kind of tour events and you know as much as we want to see kind of labor carpet and you know it's it's been great. You know the the additions we've had so far As much as I will not continue. Yeah the there was kind of a time and a place in. Unfortunately it doesn't feel like twenty twenty s is eight time and Boston is not the place for for the Labor Cop and yes they postponed it to September. Twenty twenty one. Interestingly Federa has already committed to playing it so we will be seeing him at the Labor Cup and he will be forty years old. Wow I mean he's going to have to do an awful. Lo as a as a as an ode bad isn't he if he wants to win the Olympics and winning Wimbledon things the Labor up? But you know he's proved wrong safer in many ways. So why no. It's just adding to his his challenger motivation. I suppose and yeah as you say I think with Ted. This is because it's such a boost for isn't it and the tour say worldwide probably arguably the sport is most affected by corona virus. It is not played just within one nation. So perhaps we'll see national tennis circuit. Start up again. Countries are able to do that so players. What beyonce just play like? I don't know a German circe or something for food. Jabeen plays all South Korean second. I'm just trying to think of countries Handling this situation a lot better than others I think for label tool like Tennessee. Justice is so heavily. Impacted as as a pasted. Perhaps other sports but yeah anyway Joe. Let's move on because we're going to be talking back through sort of taking a trip down memory lane like we did with the Miami Masters this weekend it would have been the Monte Carlo final today. We're recording this. So we thought we'd look back on some of the most I guess groundbreaking or imported Monte Carlo. Maimon Save for the last few minutes kid pick movements Yeah Yeah Yeah. We did this year with Miami. Said he listed. See I wanNA take a trip down memory lane with the Miami mosses if you scroll back On the on the podcast you'll be able to find that episode but yet today we'll be looking at some of our favorite most epic moments from monte-carlo now came in research this way. I've tried to tried to incorporate that have included Nadal. It just feels. It just feels like every baby everybody we could talk about some sort of connection or leg Doubt because it is his tournament Federer Has Holler. Dow Has Monte-carlo. This is. This is how this is how in my won't call a his shake shit shaped itself over the last sort of over the last decade or so. Yeah Compete agree. I mean as a big rectified myself. for me win just two tournaments in one year than I so for me in my mind. It's always Roland Garros and Monte-carlo because they all like his homes thing where he feels most comfortable you know in the clay and overseas won. An awful of boss Lane isn't rains but these two especially all the ones that stand out. So yeah it's very hard to avoid Avoid Rafeh Summary of of stuff this week and and of course monte-carlo this is the star of the European classes and this is the first big clay court tournament Masa series level. You know we've Madrid and then rhyme farther down the line so this is kind of a really important for all players kind of important tournament to kind of get off you know on the on the best possible in the European clay swing and so yeah. Let's let's talk three some of the what we think. There's some of the most epic moments from Monte. Carlo is recent history and I guess the kind of thirst Maimon we have to kind of talk about is of course. Raf on the Dow his first monte-carlo title. Of course he's won. A Lot said spits yet. He won his first title so in two thousand five exactly kind of fifteen years ago. I think Of a today or yesterday he was eighteen years old He faced Gamay Korea in the final. Actually and this was back at a time when they matches over kind of five sets and yeah he came out. In enforcer six three six one love six seven five which you don't you don't see very often di Natale bagels. I'm on a clay cor. Say I feel like that school nurse called B. What makes his bachelor's fascinating is the fact that yeah the Dow the Dow did lose six love but I think I think the biggest point for me here is that you know. This was almost kind of a this moment. This final was kind of a passing of the torch between you two great clay-courters and Gloria I think arguably for kind of few seasons. Yeah I think the the before he got to the French Open Final. You know he was kind of like the the king of clay pre now and this match for me almost kind of was that moment way changed from couriers the King of clay actually Nidal's hair and he's ready to take a ready to take over that mantle. Yeah I mean if any we knew like often needed after rough is I want to get any water. That time could think Oh Weena Louisiana's later he would be deeded. Wadden the twelve hundred hours eleven Montreal as for example it just would have been unthinkable at the time. Yeah Oh say what's interesting? We discuss this on Miami episode a couple of weeks back but in a rough ahead come just recently come out of the Miami final against federal and Rafa had been like two sets to love up against federal. He'd been four in the third set in that match before federal came back to within five. So I think this sort of Bagel in the third set this Walpole that rough ahead against Korea in the Montreal. If I know I guess there was something in his mind thinking. Oh am I going to like check again from Jeez? That's the most as Fino is it? Is it going to happen again? And I think he said afterwards that the match with already helped him in in in this final because he was just made sure not to lease focus and let the lead slip so I think like that was it. Just showed his. He was growing from every single match in every kind of new experience. He was having these. The gang deepen these mosses offense but just eighteen years of age and obviously that year verdict cowers turns up and say this is a good portent of what was to come eat eh without six weeks later or say also fascinating about these new dot com coming onto the scene in and winning. These two is the fact that it wasn't like he had like a few seasons and it was making the second round third round kind of getting to grips with the tournaments. And then and then kind of making the leap. It was caught doing this straight off the bat at eight hundred year old just going into the tournament and and winning it and this is something you don't you don't hear about really particularly on that scale you know a kind of a master's level and against players like yeah gamma cars. Who said he was? He was the king of clay and kind of watching some of the clips of an unusual cheap and classic sort of baseline baseline to baseline matchup. And you can kind of say how that kind of both of them had those qualities that you could see why they were kind of cool with the King of clay. I it just kind of felt that in the Dow was going to be the king. Yeah definitely I mean it's just. He is untouchable. I like to go on. I mean at least you know. Obviously he hasn't won. Every single matches ever played on clay. People have beaten him on clay. Of course Some of which. We'll talk about shortly but yeah. I mean monte-carlo at the two together perfect combination in my in my eyes but Joe Interesting federal at this time was was of sea world number wadden very very dominant very few rivals on the tool. Adam de on next movement is is she. What happened federal at this tournament in two thousand and five because he is? He hadn't progressed very far in this tournament because he lost to a a young up and coming Frenchman. Reshad gasquet gas gay. Which was I remember? I remember watching this match from my from my living room on the TV and it was just such A. It was such a breath of fresh air. You know this this Guy Richard gasquet. He has done. He's done some things in his crib but when he kind of came onto the scene. Seeing that single handed backhand for the first time it was such a just a such a sight to behold to cut of thought it was just so memorable the way that match finished he won the third set tiebreak ten ten and he. He won with a backhand down the line. And if that is a quintessential way for Richard Gasquet to kind of finish to match. I don't yeah that matches. It was quite an epic. Wasn't it could get a go to either way and we saw coming from both players and I mean gasquet. Yeah it was always you know he was in the same generations Ruffini. They were both eighteen. So actually this told me it was pretty important because they base kind of came onto the scene and we go to see so if maybe the future of tennis was going to be like suddenly federal had rivals and it's interesting because see Russia's career went one way and gasquet is kind of didn't quite get that I mean. He did have a lot of pressure on him from the French. Press especially lauded him to be the next thing and I think he ever quite managed to do. I mean I agree. I think it's I think after this tournament I think you know the the press. The tennis media were speculating. Hey needling gasquet of of we are watching you. The future number one and number two players on the tour and I it was kind of light. Yes yes for one person. Not so much for the other but That's kind of take away from this moment and the fact the federal this season I think he went something like it was something like eighty one and four or something is reckless losses. Were very few and far between and I think that's kind of what made this movement say APP. It was the fact that here. We Harry is wild number. One you know on King on top of his And Richard Gasquet this young up and coming Frenchman comedy onto the say. No one really knows a lot about him I think he I think he played the previous year and he sucked in early on. Well he just come through. I think at fifteen he say. Three days earlier he'd breaks heat qualified for that ornaments. I think that was really the first time the world to him so he had a form that he managed to qualify without a set three years earlier but this was a he's big may even yeah eighteen and it was. It didn't really get any occupied team. Really get any better for him. I mean we talk about you. Know Ah saw you never really. I guess a really great win and this is you know in a tournament is have you beaten Federer? Nfl The same event and gasquet had that opportunity. In Monte Carlo Federal then he came up against Nepal in semifinal. Actually was Santa. Break up to Wilson able to kind of plow the by. I don't know if a federal matule tickets to his tickets told him you must have been quite tired guy to court with Rafeh reports. I think for me. Yeah ICAN looking back on kind of gas gays career now It feels like this was. This was probably the best matchy he played in his career meandered more than one of them. I would say I would say say. He had quite a lot of trouble. Closing matches out and eat. Always be one of those players. He wouldn't quite trust across the finish line and I guess at this point in his career he was a bit more fair less than went for an eight year old in the third tie-break he was able to to gave without finish line. But we haven't really seen him since. Then you know at the crunch of of the match the at the end Besam. Yeah not she. Federal did say off the match. He said he didn't know if gasquet would be able to produce kind of the lights out Tennessee. He did still on that day. Say which our guest is true. I guess it hasn't managed to maintain that so the full Ray Go insane and he did it and federal laws which is a big shock at the time and I guess the base is probably the most telling statistic of your kind of casquets career. And how almost kind of plateaued? Before he kind of make a dent on the very patchy loans of the rankings was gas gays kind of head to head against the dial in azoff. Twenty twenty. He's open sixteen against the Dow and two two and eighteen against federal. So I think that speaks about you. Know Yes that. This may was so happy because he went on to achieve. It was kind of like he got so far. Be Each. It just was not a not so of level. Maybe we people were expecting him to get to based off you know based off of this tournament. Yeah no show on trade to know the other match. He beat federal. Because I can't think of off the top of my head but listeners but how she can help us out with this was I think or something like that. Maybe we want to say it was. I'VE INDIAN WELLS WILL CINCINNATI. Be Completely Wrong. Messes up your head. Kp vetere but yeah. There is a kind of a another moment for me. That was really epic just into kind of a match monte-carlo but came obviously you're ratified. You probably got many moments from Monte Carlo. And you're GONNA YOU'RE GONNA. You're argue to me. What what what may view in in in the Dow was was great Fi. Well every year the wattage come on. Now I mean I've I've got a couple but I have to start really with the first time. I think that refer played Federer at Monte Carlo. So this was two thousand six and they paid three. Monte Kali finals in a row actually see referendum. All of them to this was kind of the first Paul of the first final in two thousand six and it was only the second meet on clay actually and it was. This was a pretty pretty place financially in terms of out of three they had it Monte Carlo so it was four set so this time they were still playing five-set most as far as I know exactly when they would it change but we have six two six seven. Six three seven say accept full set tiebreak. So it's almost four long match. Which as she does seem a bit crazy Formosa's final now but yeah it was. It was the second meeting on clay. I think it kind of solidified for me. Rafters dominance a federal on the clay. Because he beats him at Roland Garros in the semi finals the before but I think yes she can beat someone wants to do again is obviously it just again and again and again and then it went on the less chance vetter had of of beating reference lab basically for me as well? You know. This isn't just Rafeh winning and being of great so me eat a federal never has won the Monte Carlo title and this mattress will be the closest he came you know get into the final word and get into four sets of Rafeh and if there was never one to our? He's he's lost all of his finals. He's being in the tournament of C. Three to reference and one to stand a bit later on but Federer's yesterday the Bay Tournament for Federal. I guess it hasn't helped. He's he came up against refereed. Release Finals but I think this is really just showed that you know. I'm sorry federal there. You may still be waiting a while and you lose an awful lot on the tennis court but own clay you all setting the world number one. I guess this match just helped cement not going forwards. This was a time when it felt like literally every final of significance was federal versus Nadal. And I thought I did my research. This baby and I was looking kind of the other clay court finals. They hadn't few. I think kind of a few weeks later in the in the Rome final the had an absolute bond stormer which was again maddow coming out on top in a five hour mini epic five sets seven five in the in the final set tiebreak. Dowell and Gaydos got looking at the g cheap and party. This was the match that Todd bosses fighters for best of five to three sets the year after in Monty Python. It was like a razor set straight-sets rougher than say base age was intimately as ridiculous on the League for girls to Pay Five F. I knew in the mosque is a bad and I. I think they made the right call on that one but yeah. I think these sorts of finals a federal dow went four hours in Monte Carlo. And then they went five hours in Rabia. It was like it just shows you. How a traditional clay court tennis and when you have your really fast combat lighten Adele Light Roger Federer Nicole in the peak of that in the peak of that powers is back in two thousand six. It was never going to be a match that was straightforward and it felt like it had kind of momentum swings you know when you know one one one set and the other one the other side and it really felt like it could have gone either way kind of you know. Even Connor that full set tiebreak. It felt like so far like on a knife on a knife edge to the very very last moments and again it could very easily have gone have gone five. Yeah and I think to be federal erasmo specialist to to kind of beat the number one and half these epic battles at batch isn't come through them. Say Oversee meant a lot to reference never ivory of c shaped occupies their careers and inspired them to both become better player is because I think over that period of time two thousand six two thousand seven two thousand eight. They played yeah and astronomical number of times and it was almost like every week. We were getting treated to this federal battle and at the time. I mean I guess with each passing match. It became more more significant. What we what we were getting but when you look back or anything of that really what was like the Golden Age. I guess of the rivalry because it was just they were playing say frequently a I guess you know. Obviously federal career especially on clay would have been so much. We'll say very different if Rafeh hadn't of been there because you know in recent years he's been skipping the clay court season hasn't nee and was he won garrison two thousand nine but Paul from referee has been his his bogeyman on the clay. And I guess Monte Carlo just kind of demonstrate as well you know. Federal is never won this tournament and most probably would have done. Obviously if he hadn't come up against Raffarin three of these final. Say were yeah. It's And I'm sure that rain final that ding-dong they had will be on that when we come to review a couple of weeks not one as well. But let's let's move to all next paper because again this is one of your have your moments and this is. I GUESS EPIC. Nece to it because because you are actually there for yes probably seems like a bit of a run of the bill match for me this like a personal moment because it was the first time I went to Monte Carlo and it was two thousand twelve and breath for one the ornament played Novak in the final but this time this was kind of the era where nave out was just beating you. Everyone he'd had amazing season in two thousand and eleven is every time he played. Rafeh rapper based in these couldn't get in because I think he'd lost yes. He'd lost his last seven matches against Jovic including the lost three slam finals. So as a fan myself that like looking forward to the final. You've referenced joke which I thought. Oh go she is going to be Jovic again isn't it and I thought well if if African just got one win against him you know and clay like they soupy great like and I just I just thought. Oh you need to like stop. The role needs to kind of end. This this losing streak with navy and I was kind of ood prepared for some really intense like stressful match but it was from it was very serene it was six three six one straight-sets and me and my friends were just sitting there like. Oh we can just celebrate now. It was very enjoyable pleasant afternoon. And it for me. That was the first time I've actually seen rougher win. A title live as well. I of final had been T- with Heyman say it was just a really nice personal moment for me and I always wanted to go to Monte Carlo and if anyone thinking about gang when everything's back up and running and you haven't been then do because it's the most beautiful tournament. I think he could gate kids Stephanie. Right up there and I would happily go to every year. Forget but I think in the match itself it was very run of the mill but I know Jacovic was struggling. I think with some personal issues that were going on at that time. So of course. It certainly wasn't anything a genuine matchup. 'cause Navy was very off a but I think for me it just as a side from being a personal way but I just think rafferty needed this as a confidence boost going into the classes and that year because I think he just be left quite demoralized by nave domination over the last year. Yeah if it felt like if if he was going to break that losing streak was going to happen in Monte-carlo 'cause this was you know this title number eight wasn't it forever. And he had he had now built up this kind of aura that when he played in Monte Carlo Hey was narrowed an invincible and say even when someone is good and as great as Novak Djokovic steps on on the face up against him he would still kind of a on on the Monte Carlo. He would expect to kind of come away You know and win. Say I think that for me is kind of why this is epic is kind of like it it? It stop the raw and yet if almost felt like he needed to it had to happen had to have happened at Monte Kali. Yeah completely agree. And as I said before for Rafeh fans. I'm sure any day. Monte Carlo is is you know you feel like is extra special for him to retain not dominance there and to get to there and yeah I mean it's just oviously Yeah I mean it was just I. I think I mentioned a couple of episodes that I had some clay from the core of Karla. It was this way you got it from. Yeah go into the cool after is a nicer of chee-chen FDA up yeah say yeah. Many many foreign memories from from one Scott well came. It hasn't all been serene for Nadal at Monte Carlo and I think the movement not serene that serene this was broken was In two thousand thirteen Novak Djokovic. She was kind of well number. One time ended his eight year winning run at the Monte call him masses beat him in straight sets six two seven six For me as a said it kind of as because of this or that Nepal had had built up. It felt like the Dow Cave Klay. It felt like evacuate stolen his crown because the sort of infants ability. The Nidal had kind of go from Monaco. Carlo I think he was forty. Six consecutive matches one in the tournament. A Novak comes along kind of stops the stops that streak and you takes the crown from him. It was it was a big deal. It was a big moment. You know now dow leasing it Monte Carlo. I it's it's the start of the clay season you know. People are always going to wonder who is he at the peak of his powers. I'm not sure can they can could Novak Djokovic do it. Yeah I agree and I was actually at this final as well say. I was a bit like okay. Had One win you lease so rough a win the before fair enough. Novak and have this one but yeah it was a bit like Oh reference finally lost a Monte Carlo but it has to happen at some point and I think sometimes the thought of is worse than actually is when it happens and yet navy totally deserved to win this matchy. He was the better player and He was just say much more improved on the final from twelve months before and I think at the time. He was also carrying bitcoin injuries. They have done that and not be perhaps physically present as well was very impressive for over. Asli he has gone on to win. Burn Garros and reach several other road and gas finals and he is an exceptional player. So it was probably well-deserved. He won Montreal at some point. Especially at you know he does live in Monte Carlo as well so he feels like I guess it's a home from home for him says a nice moment for him to win. Win Not Setting. Yes yeah I think he was? I think he injured his ankle. Something in a Davis Cup Tie. Serbia before the tournament say was up in the air. I think actually where he was going to play. Which makes it even more incredible that he won the total. I think he lost like his first three matches tournament of Ood went three sets and I think it going into the final. You would have obviously backs in the dollar and the fact that you know. He came away win in straight sets. A I think you can have almost kind of. There's no sort of as no if issues. I feel like you. You would have wanted a ball. You would wanted to see a more kind of a closer final but the fact that you the achievement. I think is what makes us may epic the fact that yeah. He broke the forty. Forty six match winning streak at Monte Carlo. Obviously I think for me. You know you lost monte-carlo what does this mean for the French Apron. You know you think. Oh is he. Is He not going to win? Anything on clay this season but you know he went onto win the fretting. That was yeah. That was the year he played. Farah and the French Open final. What happens Jovovich and not? Just think over the referee semi in that that was it. I remember yet okay. You didn't sort of as much as you remember where you were. I think I was hiding in a copy at work. Checking the live schools in my pain during that semi final say. Yeah but oversee eat a revocation through and one writer Garissa Anyway so it was sort of disastrous. I'm yeah the well the next moment. We'RE GOING TO DISCUSS. As Roma's ten victory at Monte Carlo which it was very very important for the history books because he became the first player in the open era to win the same. Atp EVENT Ten Times Oversee he then went on to complete the Decima. You know ten titles at and also at the French Open so. This final was very straightforward. He played a Albatross Romo which Ramos Vanilla in in the final which You know I think it was. It was hoped it was going to be a rougher. Vavrinec final. I think Stan lost in the Semis Raffles. I came through against David Goffin Which was a match. The is remembered? I guess all the wrong reasons because those kind of a key moment and I think golf on was a break up in the first set and then like the umpire. Cedric Maria. You like basically kind of Abc Took it upon himself. Almost got to be a villain of the piece and point replayed when the Dow was having no qualms about it and essentially golfing went from. I think forty up to three O on and it was just kind of it. Just kind of snowballed from there and it was kind of. I guess kind of the players. The we've been talking about the Dalit Federa- a joke of it. You have come kind of rule nidal jock vitry comes kind of ruled Monte Carlo shelves the other players have kind of made them up but let Decima I mean ten. Titles that is that is a phenomenal. Achievement is something that we you know. It's very is very reckless and to see happen three times in one clay court swing is in is incredible and again. It's it's one of those where I think what makes it. Epic is the the history of the Mo of the achievement not necessarily the match itself because the final was a bit of a blowout. I mean six one. Six three seventy six minutes. That was absolutely no way not going to be losing to las in in the semifinals and sorry in the in the final and I I it was again it was it was. Kinda like this point. The Dow his or back because when you went into that franchise in such great form and I think he had lost lost thirty five games in home. It just shows you that this Casey's an Rafeh backed is invincible. Best K. was extremely Doberman wasn't dot year this thousand and eighteen if I'm if I'm Ryan and was just completely completely. I'm for Undergrad. I think R- Lost Claes in wars to team in Rome but then rather beat team in the final of the French. Open that year. Say Yeah Paul Albert rumour that he only had one thing coming in that Sunday off knee. Monte-carlo would have been allowed to to beat Rafa on that day. Something that would be. That would have just being greedy. Routing Refahs Decima But yes no this was. This was a lovely lovely moment forever or knee historically courts of of Monte Carlo. And yet again just just not ching these titles up like nobody's business but very important numerical. I suppose achievements on this one and that was that was in a game that was in two thousand seventeen on and on the old route on to that to that title amazement. Next maybe not one for British fans is another again match I can recall was Rafeh versus kyle up and in inbound to In roundtable the twenty seventeen months caller again. This was a moment. I think it was epic because I didn't think we realized at the time 'cause Rafic county came through in three sets but like looking back on it and you know this place as Rafeh would eventually have looking back on that match. Edmund really pushed to the limit and you know it went kind of deepen that kind of you kind of left. Wondering how is we're GONNA CRUSH OUT IN MONTE CARLO? Before before the final yeah obviously. Gi Joe Twenty. Call a number of times And Yeah I genuinely thought rougher was going to lease at one point and that was like you know I mean obviously I wanted to call up and say well you know for a fan oversee of call. It was quite nice. Does she play at British players. So you didn't get that very often. I think in the round before kyle had out. She'd taken out Donovan. So I think when I look to the rule before I sort of you know flew out Monte Carlo or whatever obviously oh he's going to face either way am whoever it's going to be and yeah interesting this much rough obey Gold Edmund in the first set. So you thought okay. This is going to be a walk in the park and then Edmund. Just tell you we just thought well. I'm going to gave this now. And you know. His full hand came out. And you know just everyone was kind of like. Oh He's this guy. Oversee got the crowd support because they wanted to match and yeah took the second set seven five and that went into the third and he thought. Oh Gosh like this could genuinely. Gabby the way up you know one. I was thinking but oversee the longest net when told need a raffle started to really just kind of take a up a note and I think break Edmund like the crucial sevens game and from there you know the rest who's GonNa quite straightforward say. But yet for me. This is the match that I think really gave Koyo. She'll of confidence to compete at the top level because say less than a year after this match he was. Let the semifinals via straight. So I think this was kind of solve that build up traces where he was just getting his form. Greg and sharing us actually that he's doing good competitor on clay which is not something we have to say about purchase on Clay Abor. Kyle just shows us he. He's extremely like you know he's a he's a threat. Clay Yeah He. He's a very efficient play over you know. Regardless of what surfaces surfeit surface he plays on and yeah. It was great to see for me. This was the Maxima say. He announced his full had to and I think with someone like Raffarin core. It was. Yeah as you said it kind of his his proving ground and I think the crowd woman is kind of in a state of shock about kind of what you know what was going on and as the Saturday kind of the fact that the Progress I that was a Bagel. You know. I'm sure the crowd would thinking is going to be woken the puck and the classic six love six three victory but no kind of went to three sets and I think it just came out of that kind of came out of nowhere and it was kind of a real kind of result in the loss as a British fan. I was kind of like a was disappointed but at the same time I was like well. He's just taken a saddle. Rafeh monte-carlo that is good to kind of Is a very good result in itself for someone for someone like Carl up and I just wanted to add actually cable today. If you remember what your at this batch was coming to hear some clips achieve a bird interrupted. The third sat like really pivotal. Moment it just kind of like I tried to light shoe off and ate like a ladder of the of the Bayside. It was kind of a lighthearted relief. Yeah what was kind of a? Yeah it was quite tense match. I mean from what I remember. I think that day as well. I'm sure navy tussle with public arena restore some someone. That was a number of good matches that day from what I remember by date. Remember the bird. I love it when a bird interrupts tennis match like Marie Osborne had kitchens. I'll I'll put the. I'll put the moment on on twitter. If any liquor. The bird in question upset the upset. The match yeah. That was certainly another epic moment and our final epic moments actually is one that doesn't really involve rather doesn't involve Federa. Well actually sorry it does involve but not not in the way came you at one. It's some it's fabulous folk. Nanny winning the title in one thousand nine hundred and when he took out. Rafeh Anri in the semi finals. Ep In straight-sets actually and he played Dusan live rich in the final and won six three six four. I think this was epic because I think for meany going into tournament in terrible form think he'd won any one of eight matches The kind of this tournament been of dominated by Spanish players over the years and I think no Italian one since the late nineteen sixty seventy nine hundred seventy S. I think so. It was just kind of great. See kind of like someone else win the title and someone you wouldn't really expect and it I for me. I think it was kind of based fascinating about kind of almost this. Almost kind of the twenty nine thousand nine tournament south was that it was just a very bizarre tournament. Because you had. The final was between Tucson lion witch and Fabio Folk. Nina new. These to play is that you would have expected to get to the final and to make even more. Bizarre lavish didn't even drop a set. Didn't drop a set getting their fog. Ni kind of took out in Dall- in in the semifinals and think afterwards he said that was one of if not his worst match was clay court matches in fourteen years. Being on the tool. Say it just shows you that you know they. They can't be beated. He has to pay pretty bobby. It ought to be yeah. It wasn't a good day for but he's he was very respectful interface at deserve to lose. Which Fair Enough? I believe those last year to me. That feels like about three years ago. I didn't know if that was just me I? I was shocked that Shijo year. That's mad but yeah I mean that's what is it was a nice moment for me. 'cause I guess that's the biggest title that he's ever won in his career. You Masters Series event. Say I also monte-carlo it's it's right on the border with Italy. Say this law of Italian fans So it would always felt like playing a home. I think Paulie and Yeah I mean he deserved. It would be a random fine. Oh I don't think it will be dating what anyone could predict. That was going to happen that year. But I mean is one of those folk. Nanny is one of those players that he does have it in his locker because I think when he beat Rafi became only the fourth man to to have three or more victories against Raffarin clay-court. Yes he has. I think at Ball Selena before I think for many an iphone any also be rougher the US Open one is almost verbatim for Rafeh in certain situations. And I noticed actually looking at do son lawyer which is Progress through to that final. He beat your favorite Joe in the first round pick theory is probably was just got beat dominate team. Own Verbiage that I don't say team was playing in Monterey either because obviously base apemen Rafeh coach the right on garrison a couple of weeks. Eight say oversee didn't put the rest of clay court season in disarray. Too much. Yeah it was just as I said. It's very bizarre final. I think one kind of look back on. It's kind of like Fiqh Ni-ni we share you just this guy on his day. We don't know when that day is going to be but that day. He does have the kind of tools in his locker to be someone like Rafael Nadal. On Clay Cool and. I'm sure he may prophetic on that. As something like the Italian Open in Rome but to get one over on you know in Monte Carlo that must have been that must have been such a such good failing in the fact that he was then able to go on and win. The tournament is probably a very special memory for him and and Darrow. Say That might be the biggest tournament. Yeah. He wins in in his career. I think he probably will we. I mean he knows. If they'll I mean I just hate as a monte-carlo twenty twenty one that we can get teeth. Antique is We have a memory. Say That kind of brings us to a place for a trip down memory lane so Joel D do. You have perhaps a favourite moving out of all the ones that we've touched on today. Yes I am going to go for. It was lovely to hear your cases for the rapper. Babies like Jovic running out so the kind of the for me kind of Decima is like that is a massive moment in terms of the history books. But I'm actually going to go for the gas gay federal match in two thousand five as my kind of ultimately and because of the almost because I think of the significance of that match kind of different Pau paths that kind of You gasquet and Nidal too often that tournament you know these were to play is coming up three. The coming up has young citizen. It just shows you in Tennessee. It's kind of. It is a fickle out in it can I? It can go one way or the other but it doesn't always work out like that and I think it's you know. I think that sort of tournament kind of showed us the starting off. That full gasquet Nidal was. You know we've got gasquet arguably reaching the peak of his career so Eliade glory days of thousand five yet for me. I am going to go for the two thousand twelve. Which is the one that I was lucky enough to be of K? It was straightforward final. I think for me that it was an essential win for rapids. Kind of stop that run of matches going against him You know with with Djokovic think that was other day in hindsight I just feel like it had a sort of critical because obviously I just would worried if Novak had beaten referendum day she would know about wasn't ready is best for his best record. Loss set match. Then that would be notes boding well for the rest of the Clay Court sees not yet that number eight so very significant again and yeah I mean I say many RAF amendment suggests or maybe s is hard but I think that was one I at that much so I think personally. That was part of my favorite tennis. Maybe try to list. We could have had list just made up of rough listeners. Less they what do you think? What was your favorite ultimate moment from Monte-carlo over the years have we have. We missed one out. Let us know You can contact us on social media of course at passing pod. 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Do that's what we do here on free. Talk Live, but. There's a story about monkey slaves, and I want to hear it from the Bangkok Post. Monkeys let the monkey slaves. Scandal forces rethink of the coconut trade. All right. Where we're going. Yeah, I think we're going is is that? Since humans are primates and humans have habeas corpus that we can no longer use monkeys to pick coconuts because it would be slavery for for the monkees. Yes, they're very good. Thailand, the world's top producer of coconut milk said it will enable retailers and consumers to trace coconuts back to their source to show whether monkeys have been used for harvesting. The four hundred million dollar industry, which relies on monkeys at some plantations is facing possible boycotts in the US. Europe and Australia after the people for the ethical treatment of animals, pita alleged that monkeys are being abused and treated like coconut, picking machines for. For a tie, growers and producers. So how many hours a day must a monkey work in order to have been treated poorly I mean. Is there acceptable? You know a forty hour work week. Kind of thing for monkey compensated with food and shelter. I'm sure they do say correct me if I'm wrong, but monkeys tend not to do anything for free. So it's all your. You're claiming that they're working. Claiming they are voluntarily working for pay now it's in their currency, which is going to be food primarily. Right. They'RE GONNA get. Bits of grape or something like that in order to be paid, but that's what I've heard, too. Is that you know? Monkeys tend to want to get paid. To do whatever they're doing also been known to be little thieves to. Pay Him properly. Yes, well. Yeah, that'll that'll happen and you know the reality is that men have people have used animals to do work for a long time. Monkeys are no exception. You would think like pulling the plough cart or riding horses right, or whatever granted is a bit more detailed than that now well because they're hi- more highly skilled exactly, and they probably require better pay and I mean they. They don't just work for grain like a horse. You're going to have grapes. The? I mean got to be a comprehensive training program apparently hasn't lost all currency at this point as an organization that you know, euthanize animal kills animals. You'd think that. That would be enough. You know just the proof that Peter. Kills animals or as killed animals. That would be enough. But. The the little campaigns of trying to show that I don't know. Milking cows is somehow unacceptable or shaving sheep. shearing sheep is somehow harms them care. They kill the animals. It's an ethical death. Nothing else that could be done. And they seem to just get really of the opinion that people shouldn't have pets and shouldn't have animals and shouldn't interact with animals or whatever, but I have news for all the little tree huggers out there and look. I'm a tree hugger as they come I've actually lived out in the forest. A little bit and done my hiking I'm not some city folk that think. that. They know what they're talking about. When it comes to this stuff is that animals in the wild are almost by their definition on the verge of starvation. All right so when you're talking about our type, mammals deer come to mind rabbits. Variety of them. Their whole shtick is to find an ecosystem. Fill it to the point that they can no longer have another one in it. And that's it and this is true for many of the hybrid coats bears things like this. They're always on the verge of starvation. So when you say animals should be out in the wild. What you're saying is. Animals should be on the verge of starvation should be near death. And maybe that's it like I will agree with you that that is a good thing for for a wild animal to be at Zona, averge depth. Don't forget. Nature is not pretty. She's not pleasant. Liberty is more important than domestication Mark Roe V. Litter. I kind of have that visit right you have. The same people that want welfare for humans. Want animals to be able to live in the wild. and. That's good I want annals who live in the wild to but. The. You know there's some realities here that that that the the the little pollyanna hasn't quite figured out. But that's okay. You usually find that view of nature from people who haven't lived very close to it because if you've actually spent some time out there, one of the things you'll find is that there's just nothing to eat. A nothing, but pretty close, yeah. I've mushrooms and berries. Yeah, there's some things. And if you, if you develop a taste for bugs, you'll have a much better time. Yeah, yeah, you can eat some bugs. That's for sure. Humans will if they are willing to survive out in the woods, but the woods near wherever you are is going to be very full of humans if they ever need to survive in the woods. So! Yeah, don't forget that that twenty two those twenty two long rounds. You'll need them. Back to their echo officials from the country's commerce. Animal Welfare Agency. And representatives from the industry met in Bangkok on Wednesday and have agreed to create measures that ensure the traceability of Thai coconut products. According to a statement, packages will be marked with a code that can be used to track the products back to their source, which will so whether they came from monkey free plantations, so I mean who's getting the coconuts off the trees, if it's not the monkees. Humans right. You either have to climb the tree yourself when there's plenty of people that can do that or tools to wake up there. Do they pay them of course? Maybe, not I mean. I don't know I'm trying to figure this out I've I've seen guys scaled trees and get coconuts down. It's amazing to see. In Thailand, this article is from Thailand Yeah. It's pretty sure humans get paid for working Thailand, yeah. So. There's some people that just scale the coconut tree to get the coconut right and they're not. The job isn't to sell it. They just want you to coconut that day. You don't have to pay them for that. They just laid like climb trees and. And I mean otherwise you're talking about big pieces of machinery that use fossil fuels rolling around the coconut plantations that people are on, so they can pick the coconuts and you know drives up the price of coconuts making it harder for people to buy coconuts. Yeah, this is This is wrong with problems since the American coconut agency getting the way of foreign coconut production. It's just more morons that think that people in foreign countries need the protection when what they really need is for you to buy their products, so they'll get wealthier. This is I get it their. Their economy isn't as mature as the United. States is, but we can't grow coconuts in giant air. Conditioned buildings seems pretty smart to use the monkees. Right. Premature. That's a great idea. I'm definitely. GonNa get my monkey grown coconuts. If I possibly can I want monkey approved coconut. Five, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three three. What do you think about monkey? Pick coconuts eight, fifty, five, four, fifty, free as in free talk live. 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First off I've seen a lot of these undercover videos of the things that happen and slaughter houses, and these sorts of things and. Some of them are they make things things seem that a rare seem. Ordinary, okay, that's the idea and so i. don't know I haven't i. haven't seen these videos I don't know what happens and I can assure you. That the way that people in likely Thailand and other countries where the standard of living is lower than it is in the United, states do treat their animals in ways that we would find shocking. And I do think that if enough people want monkey free certifications for their coconuts. That's a fine thing to do. I'm not going to sit here and propose that I know. What you know what should be what but I also think that we need to. I consider that. Maybe we don't know what's right for the Thai the Thai people maybe. Well the consumers seem to be first world country right US Australia UK other places in Europe so those who would be the ones demanding. Monkey free coconut juice. And does that you know that's that's where the is so do as the Thai produces to accommodate the demand for big customers I remember the dolphin free to campaign with the tuna fish out there and I have no idea how many dolphins and I mean the mammal, not the fish. There's two different things. Double Mammal, tuna, fish and. The well, there's a dolphin fishtail. But anyway a Muhima is what you guys. Call it over in Hawaii where you're from or he. He. A kind of tuna. But Dolphin is not a kind of tuna. Okay, yeah or Myemma. Anyway. There was this campaign to have dolphin free. Tuna and who wants their tuna caught in nets that catch dolphin. If you can have nets, the don't catch dolphin now I. Don't know how. Dull for not catching nets work. But I know that you know back in my youth in the eighties. When they were running this campaign, I certainly opted for the dolphin free time. If they still have these certifications on the cans that because you expect it to not have any dolphin mixed in with her tuna. I think just wanted dolphins not to get hurt? She can like and frankly i. don't WanNa see any animal besides the tuna. Get hurt in the process of you know. The procuring of tuna I I'd like the most efficient procurement of my tuna possible. But I don't. I don't know how all this works, and and I've seen the videos and I'm sure you can find a a dead fish hanging net somewhere on earth planet earth right now, but. At some point or another, the good becomes a perfect becomes the enemy of the good. and. Again IF PEOPLE WANNA have monkey free coconut, Stan. That's what people should have, and that's the certification that those companies should put in place because I'm not the one consuming coconut milk i. don't like the stuff I do not enjoy that water that comes out of coconuts and every time I go to someplace where you can get coconut and put a straw in it I buy one for my wife because I hate it. It's just foul to me I, don't it's like this is Yucky I. enjoy straight from the coconut not from the box. And people do and I'm glad they do, but I don't strongly pro coconut milk. I. Don't like the idea of drilling a hole in something. And just stick a straw and they're never. Nobody ever took a look. Bothers me, and the reason is is because I have been out on the sailboat at on these desert islands that have nothing but coconuts in them. I have cleaved them open with a hatchet and I have found Yucky a rotting coconuts. Sure and it makes me. I don't know how to find a good coconut versus a bad coconut, and it makes me little ill. Ill to the stomach because I've smelled rotting. Coconut smells like so it's all in the minor this like if they cut the top off and you can see that it's not clear coconut water there, and the Milken I would try it again. Okay but I didn't I've never liked coconut water. Okay. I, think it's fine and a smoothie as opposed to say water. 'cause you're not, gonNA taste any different. At that point when he put it up, berries impeaches, and whatever you might put an smoothie. But. All in all, that's not for me the but if I'm not there consumer if they're looking for that consumer, that's fine. I Buy Free Range. What's the sustainably harvested and? The the basically unionized fair fair trade. Coffee because the coffee that I like is water decaffeinated, and it just comes with all these other circuits to it. So I'm not looking for this happens to be your preferred one right. And it's a dollar more. Than the other decaffeinated coffee from the company that I get my coffee from and but I need the water decaffeinated, and I couldn't opt out of any of those other search anyway. I don't mind organic. Because when it comes to coffee, they're grown in countries where they have leaded gas, and there is no safe amount of lead I don't know how much lead gets from plants roots to its coffee bean, but if there is any amount that gets there, it's unacceptable because I drink a pot of coffee a day. Okay so anyway, but lead poisoning. Just like with everything else the more choices you have, the better it's going to be the more that you can outsource the decision making to as many people as possible. Then the better the decisions are going to be so now I'm gonNA move onto article, they choices. Not all plantations in Thailand monkeys, so there is choice for consumers. Some coconuts that are harvested for its water are often grown from trees, allowing them to be collected by humans, using tools like a long bamboo, stick or a pulp runar, coconut trees that are harvested for milk tend to be taller than fifteen meters, so monkeys are often used instead. So you would. You would lose a number of plantations that we use the monkees. To get these certifications, so there's a different coconut water coconut milk. Whether, there's definitely a difference between that, but the way the trees are used for harvesting, yeah, different entirely well if they're different trees in the different coconuts. Eight, five, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three, three. It's eight, fifty, five, four, fifty three. Would you buy coconuts harvested by monkeys, freetalklive, eight, fifty, five, four, fifty free. 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Okay, plus you WanNa you WanNa talk about monkey school because that's what the article goes into school monkey school. Okay, okay well. I guess my my question about monkey slaves is alright. Let's concede the notion that there are monkeys that are. Conscripted to. Work in plantations and their accommodations are not as good as we would like to see sort of Westernized people like to see monkey accommodations like this would be abhorrent to us. Lots of things are believe me. I've been in Southeast Asia. It's important. Let somebody said. Somebody said to me for for one hundred dollars. They'll blow up a ballpark. How with a rocket propelled grenade in Cambodia? So you know I. Don't know that that's true, but. One hundred bucks. Ten pass up on life experiences right? Now. The Second Amendment did a lot of people will be hosting it on social media. What. You can't say what happened to that. Already. So Anyway It's an important place. That a lot of a horrid people go to for whatever reason. But if it's unacceptable for monkeys to be used as slaves. Is it unacceptable to use other animals as servants, so for instance dogs are used all over America to all kinds of tasks and just for amusement. But you know I mean a lot of people don't wouldn't like what they saw. When it came to say bomb-sniffing dogs or police, dogs, and you know the the training for training for a guard dogs is. It's not altogether pleasant. Dogs are struck. Enduring sometimes during the training so. You know that's that now I. Don't strike my dog when I'm training. It's just you gotta keep doing the same thing over and over again, but I'm not new. That doesn't work as well if you pinch than that actually speaks their language, because dogs will correct each other's behavior by nipping at each other. So if you hit them, they think you're they just don't process it the way that we do whereas if you pinched them, if doesn't cause them any harm or anything. They still get. Oh, you're trying to correct my behavior. It's interesting that. so go on That's basically what. My. Everyday of its life because that sounds like a good way to get bit. But. You know let's let's take the premise. Accept the premise from the start. You know like there's a way to just give a certification that these monkeys are happy and healthy. You might not find this out in Thailand, but I'm sure that if you have happier healthier monkeys, they're going to produce more coconuts per hour. Anyway, so if you chain them cage them, they're going to be depressed and slow, and if you let them actually like leaving their own little monkey enclave writing, they will enjoy their lives and produce more coconuts per hour once you get them working. Okay, and so now I'm stuck I'm stuck with my the macaque study that I familiar with all right so macaques types of monkeys and smart little buggers, and just the right size for doing a lot of tasks, they great great burglars and Tom I think Tom Robbins Book. I can't remember which one it is anyway. Macaques were given. The study was done, and macaques were given a little piece of food for doing a task whatever the task was. and. They were happy with that, and sometimes they were given the good food, which is will call a grape and the bad food, which will call cucumber right, and sometimes they put macaques together and have them do tasks. And as long as you gave the macaques good food when you gave them good food and bad food. When you gave them bad food, the macaques were happy. Everything was fine. They'd worked for you. But. If you gave one macaque, a grape and the other macaque a cucumber. And you did this like the mechanics notice. WHO's getting what? Strike from McAfee again again and again, and you've got mad body macaque. Like suddenly, they have this idea of fairness. They would be happy to work for a cucumber in the absence of the other macaque. And are happy to work for a cucumber. If the other macaque is getting a cucumber, but if you pay that other macaque a grape. They're mad as hell and. Entertaining videos to. Doesn't that so what bolster Pitas position then we'll about monkey slavery, because they obviously can tell the difference between pay and no pay, good pay versus bad pay. They have some cognitive ability. Sorry, go ahead. I think what he's pointing out here is pretty much the same thing you find with in the Jenny, Coefficient and local poverty versus violence, so it really doesn't matter how how poor. Poor, your entire culture or town, or what have you is, but the more you see someone who is in your town having way more than you That's what I increases the the violence everywhere. Yeah, most people prefer equal equality in poverty than inequality in wealth. This seems to you know this is why whoever he is. The guy that's been charged. The plantation is always the villain and every. Movie Out there because we can just sort of see that ever since we've been convinced and it hasn't been that long, but ever since we've been convinced it, in fact, the Pharaoh or the king, or the emperor is not a God. Because that's why they did that. They did that to say we're different. We are special. We deserve better things as long as you can. Lose Long. We do believe that there men just like us. We're like on the. Why does he get more than we get? Because he negotiated better, he's got an associated skill point higher than yours. Well, if through Mu- through most of human history, the answer is because he's willing to use violence to enslave others. 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Live, call in talk about whatever is on your mind, its mark with you because mountaineer and Richie Rich. The numbers, eight, five, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three, three. It's eight, fifty, five, four, fifty free. and. Let's go to. The phones got Andrew Calling in from Ohio. Andrew. You're on free talk live. Yeah want to talk about no knock warrants, 'cause I see libertarian candidates. He keeps bringing this up and it's really a good issue to bring up because I see. I don't see Republicans or Democrats addressing this issue. And when you look at it and nineteen eighty-one, there's only three thousand no knock raids by two thousand five. They've increased a fifty thousand. Well. Let's say knock. You'RE GONNA. Flush the drugs down the toilet and they don't have any evidence. Again. This war on drugs, but this was something we could bring. Bring bring both parties together. 'cause yeah I think that that would be. A good place to start. You know I think it's Justin Amash that put out a list of just sort of some pretty obvious things. You could do to fix the police that would sort of address. Many of the concerns at be l. m. has and many of the concerns that the police accountability people have and wouldn't make life any more dangerous for police. Because Ladies and gentlemen let me ask you this. I get some police to do not greats. Will address that in a moment, but. Is a police officer safer or less safe than when he's doing a no knock great, you know. Just just it seems like simple calculus here. Right? Obviously a guy who's doing a no knock raid going into somebody's house. Who is potentially armed is significantly more. In more danger so okay. You don't think so well. I could hear the argument otherwise. Where if you do the no knock raid. You don't give the person inside the house the time to resist. The reeling twenty. And he's armed. Why are they doing raids in the first place by mostly for drugs which I understand, but the guy coming out of his house if you've got him. Yeah I mean like you can do this i. mean this is possible. Police work works okay if you try it. I mean Pe- you don't have to go into somebody's house. The most dangerous place they could be understood. You could just grab them when they're coming out of the convenience store with slurpy yeah, and then they're fine, but the the premise was. Are they more safer, less safe and I say the they're surprise. Probably gives them an advantage. You're comparing unknown upgrade to a knock raid. Yeah, I'm comparing a no knock raid to know raid okay sir. No. MAKES THE COP safer. Then rate, leave us alone always picks the COP safer. So or not invading their house wall there. You go in somebody's house and you get shot I shed, not yours and I. don't care whether you're a cop or not. Like that you're just if you go if you don't knock on the door, you just bust in with Flashbang grenade a burglar. To the person inside and you should be treated as such. Then! That's just how that goes. So you catch him by surprise with Flashbang grenade, and they're disoriented and they don't have time to grab their weapon fire back then. Yeah, right and or maybe. Limit the knock to drug raids, instead of say weaponry rates, because it's very difficult to flush munition. Yeah, that's true. Go, ahead, enter. Well it says here from two thousand ten through two thousand sixteen, at least eighty one civilians and thirteen officers died during Swat, Raid Yup. I guess it's a variant demoralizing to be killed well. I would not have guests otherwise. I I'm certainly you know they're they're. They're soft and not wearing protective gear. They weren't prepared for it, but every once in a while, the officers are going to be injured or killed and that if that's what Republicans want to be concerned if that's what the blue lives matter, people are really concerned with, and we'd stop no knock raids right off now one asks it's not pulling people over for going five Spiel, too, because that's a dangerous situation as well so what would be the reasons that a police officer would want to be on the squad that does know knock rates. Glory Glory. You get to shoot people. You get Flashbang people. You get to burn you know adrenaline. Then you get to shoot a guy in the chest through a window. I mean you don't get that kind of action in ordinary circumstances, I'm GONNA mention money. There's probably more within the department. There's probably you know more opportunity to be promoted and better money just by being on the squad Andrew. You got any other additional thoughts on that one. Just one more of them. You find it. Yeah, well. There's been seven federal lawsuits against officers for these no knock warrants. Since two thousand eleven and they've settled for over one million, so it's GONNA result and less lawsuits. I think it's safe for for the police I think it's safe for everybody involved I. I think issue to bring Democrats to the Libertarian. Party or the Constitution Party. Because Democrats will not give they love their socialism other taxes. They love their. We have to bring Democrat. They're not gonNA kind of during, but we need to find a way to bring them. What is that enough to bring them over because we're? Welfare or anything else sometimes they do. And and let's not forget that liberals used to be highly skeptical of government. And then. At some point, they thought the the the ring of power began to call their name, and they thought if only we could make government do the things we wanted to do and protect the little guy as if the state has ever done that the way that they used to be most skeptical of government was when it came to war I mean the two things that the left was really good on was being skeptical about police powers and being skeptical about going to. To War recently. They've gotten a lot more focused on the government as a way of regulating the the power of of corporations, and thus they've sort of cozied up to it right and the most laughable part of all of this. Is that how they're trying to pass off Joe Biden? The Guy who's written these laws I mean T. Ninety four crime bill written them. They're trying to pass him off as the this is the candidate. Right here, baby, you know. Civil Asset. Forfeiture Funds stuff right this guy. Is You know just all compared to even trump i. mean if you compare their voting record and their behavior in office. Trump is superior candidate I'm not advocating for him. I'm. Joe Joe Twenty twenty. Is that notes Joe Twenty twenty now. It's just Joe Joe. I like Joe Joe. I did think it's actually just J. O. Twenty jail to okay. Twenty two, thousand, eight hundred. Twenty okay anyway. Andrew. Do you know the website for Joe, Johnson. Twenty I have a bookmark. Up Ladies Gentlemen how Google is! There's a search engine out there with your name on a Joe Jorgenson thousand twenty duck and go. Right. Start pages another one that doesn't try. Another good one! You know I get it. This is probably going to be great year for the Greens and I think it's going to be a great year for the Libertarians to because there are a lot of people that just can't bring themselves to vote for trump or biden. And I suspect it's going to be a banner year for these. I hope that in the process we managed to get A. You know the Marnie Minor Party. Candidates are on the stage finally in twenty, twenty four with the major candidates. Because this whole well, let's just a debate table. This is all we want I. Mean you? You know what is going to be a squash match. Their the old wrestling term with trump and biden. I mean it's GonNa be. It's GonNa. Be Awful. It's GONNA be. It's GONNA be. Slaughter can be as glorious as wrestling man. It's elder, abuse and I'm. Really looking forward. But Joe. Jorgenson is getting more. Attention dimension patients. Now. Are you saying that because it's true because that's the circles you run in? Any more attention bright always difficult for me because I'm here in New Hampshire. Now so I'm surrounded by. Liberty minded individuals, which means I'm surrounded by Joe Johnson, know information propaganda, so it's hard for me to like know what the general public sees as well I. Don't have any answers for you, okay. I, all I can do is tell you what I see. And how what my experiences, my experiences. She's getting a lot. Lot more currency than than previous candidates have I remember Michael Bednarz, getting on like I. Don't remember what the Cable News Network was that one time, but he was scheduled and I took off of work and went into a sports bar and ordered lunch, because it was like at one or something like that, and said I. I said I'll order lunch. If you'll change this channel to say, it's Fox or CNN and. And you know the lady who's basically in there by yourself is like sure. We went to the Libertarian candidate. Mary was with his hair with a cow lick tie was on crooked and I'm like Oh God. Michael, please, but. I love the Guy Great candidate, but you know it's. It's hard to be the libertarian. Ron Paul. Indeed so Andrew What are you hoping for Judge Joe Jorgenson? I. Debate and the first thing she says. There's over three thousand counties in the United States half of the richest county game united. They earn Washington DC. You want your money going to them or have you on your money back in your pocket all I wanted to. Question, thank you for the call Andrew. And people still give it to. Those guys yeah. Yeah I don't know why People Trust politicians, liars and thieves. It's a synonym for liars. Thieves free talk by. Remember when you first heard about bitcoin. How long did it take you to realize this? Little project with Kim changed the world. You kind of wish you had gotten involved sooner. Well now is your chance to be a part of the next revolutionary. Inter Queen is working spinally made crips. They'll go mainstream. It's designed to be scalable enough to support every day payments and even elections without the state. It was originally supposed to be a peer to peer cash system. The way would pay. 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You know like everybody's brought it on themselves right? Everybody's been created so incompetent that they can't even hear opinions that are not their own, if they are unable to defeat the opinion. Then they are angry and sad and need a little time with the legos in the quiet room or whatever? WHAT'S THE SAFE-SPACE SAFEST? Well no I'm Chomsky no shrinking violet. He has always been a leftist and believes that canceled cultures gone too far now. What is canceled? Culture canceled culture means that instead of arguing with somebody. Or you know making a point or whatever with somebody who disagrees with you? You simply shut them down. They can no longer speak they should you you? You take their post or whatever it is you? You say that it's racist or whatever and you complain to facebook or Youtube. Whatever the whatever you gotTa do to shut them up. You shut them up. It makes. College? Professors don't get hired that. Don't agree with whatever the philosophy is does your is canceled? Culture and market phenomenon. It, is you see it that way? Yeah, I think you can see it as a as a market phenomenon, and that's a legitimate right. You don't like what a companies doing you go. Let's all not shop there. You don't like what a professor saying like. Let's say. I mean it's it's partly a market phenomenon, but I'm really familiar with canceled culture in in colleges which are You know primarily a government. government phenomenon so you know silencing a speaker from your campus is a lot more government oriented than market-oriented. Yeah and Basically it in my opinion is just people that don't WanNa talk, and by the way we almost never get leftists on this show. We'll get radius to call in. Disagree now I'm sure they'll use them left to tech sometimes, but nonetheless. They're willing to call in and talk radio much better about their opinion whatever it is articulating. Take you then leftist is. They're just going to be like. I can't listen Clara Lurie ability yeah. Let's go to Dustin calling in from Kansas. Dustin, you're on free talk live. Yeah I I was hoping to tell the protesters. To to maybe buy for the tea party because that never got broad brought up, but but but it's an influence of asking for for for for what they're wanting as government, change and I I'm working on it I'm working on it myself, but. But the protection, yeah, just saying that protesters have something five four as a tea party. Are you talking about the historical tea party or like the Contemporary Tea Party movement of a few years ago. Two years ago, the tea party movement. Okay, did I I? I've got my plans. For for for in, but but but anybody else that. That the reason they're fighting for the protesters change. So you want the protesters to align more with the tea party movement. This point, it'd be better if the tea movement made a resurgence in align themselves with the PROTAS. 'cause they Kinda slinked back. Right. Right but but. But. As many as to get as many efforts that right into Council Hill for for for whoever's going to be the founder I? It's the newest tea party just a couple of years ago that that. That that? that. They have daft change by by the way the constitution, no judge can remember one paragraph. I offered I've offered twelve laws of Pity Commandments do not do this. Criminal charges to to to be printed, and and give to the public and then law number twelve monitoring. Show. That's all that's all I had to do, but. Who? Are you saying that the tea party and the black lives matter have common cause in sort of monitoring corruption. It's not. I. Don't think it's crunch I I think I, think if. If we got the the work that the ask for tea, party maybe the banners, and all that taxed enough. Already I mean I. Believe in black lives matter, but but. But but but also also the. Krupp she monitoring. I hear I. Hear that the cops are forming. On Do Union. Like. High Cardi. Return a little of racial. racial white-tie cops union that that that that brings on persecution. All the. To what they how how they're acting, I. Don't think at this point you're going to convince. Black lives matter to drop. That banner raised the tea party flag now I. Don't think so, but you may be able to get the tea party people to come back out and start protesting in support I. think that there's so many fundamental differences in the two groups that all you can do just. Just sort of sit on the sideline and say yeah, or maybe write some letters to your politicians. Whatever you can do if they feel enough pressure, then you'll see some change. Whatever that change might be I'm hoping that that changes positive. It's no longer enough to just not be racist mark. You have to be at actively anti-racists where the hell that means, you have to be an ally. Run around believing Marxism in order to be not racist or something. Thanks Call Dustin. Let's go to pat calling in from grand rapids. Pat, you're on free talk, live. No no I'm not grand rapids. I'm up in Thunder Bay Northern Michigan, Oh terribly sorry. No No, no, no, no bad, no foul. yeah I just thought. Maybe your audience would be intrigued and perhaps enlightened by a little. base root of the language. Ocala chicks okay comes from the Greek word poly, which is many and ticks, which is pretty much self explanatory bloodsuckers. Yeah I, think you're exactly right. Definitely a lot of bloodsuckers. Appreciate the call. Do I. Do like that. That definition there's another Groucho Marx. One which is like politics is the. The the odds of finding problems everywhere. You know. A flying the solution poorly and applying the solution or something like that. I'd have to look it up I'll I'll the joke the next go around? You know I can't remember it. Clearly, it reminds me of the government is a group of people most noticeably ungoverned. That really the thing is if you think about how states and specifically sovereign states like the United States China Russia, but you can look throughout history and see these organizations deal with each other. They really are dealing in a realm where they have. No like the only might make truly does make right in this realm because they're going to the the powerful. One's going to get what they want. Said might doesn't make right, but it does make itself. It's easier to wield more might when you don't have the ordinary person striking out against you like. If I see any other gang inducing violence in my neighborhood, I'm going to do something about it I'm at least going to complain to other people about it, whereas if they ever shiny badge, no one complains right and you know when it comes to governments out there you can see that. You. Know they. They have very little accountability on a foreign policy basis. You could I. mean you know it's Court that really handles these things. 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Eva Edwards canceled culture started out as a movement to hold celebrities and public figures to account now it spiraled into a divisive issue across generations over the past few years in the wake of me, too, and remember be two. They were great, holding touchy politicians old a male politicians to account for their raiders. What's that until one of there's got hit? That's right until one of there's got hit. I miss me, too. They should be this year would be great to see her in two thousand twenty taking care of Joe Biden. And black lives matter those in the public eye have been held to account for their past transgressions in many cases way past it started out with the revelation of serious crime, criminal offenses as in the case of Harvey Weinstein, R, Kelly, and many others in positions of power in response to this, the public turned its attention to those in power who have got away with their racism, sexism and other. Outward prejudices. They've held while in power. Speaking of pedophilia rampant in Hollywood, and there's plenty of evidence of it well. I mean I'm just talking about. Harvey Weinstein and these sorts of. this. This has gone on for some time. It's not a secret. You just have to take a look. The folks Accu- a non have found something interesting in the last couple of days. Have you guys seen this with the furniture? The wayfair thing wayfair thing. Oh my goodness! What a bunch of nonsense! You know it's. Is it Johnson? The. Women's names on a missing. Very. Expensive pieces of furniture area expensive pieces of furniture, and by very expensive I mean you could buy at home depot for two hundred dollars and put it together, but for reason wayfair is. Selling it for twenty thousand. Let me just put this out there. Then okay, so if you think like the, they took some heat right like. Why didn't you just order one of these things and get a child delivered to you and then blow the roof off of it. That's not how it works now. If you order a ten thousand twenty thousand dollar cabinet, you're going to get a twenty thousand dollar cabinet. Yeah, at best. It's a money laundering scheme. Where the person who already has taken possession of the child, right finds a way to launder that through wafer. Right which bio means fine, but that doesn't mean that you're going to buy children off a wafer. No I don't think that's possible. That's GONNA be high. You expose it the way to expose. It is basically what they have done. Which is saying? This seems a little bit unreasonable. Such a probably investigate. It does seem strange I'll give you that. That's that's all I can say. Is that right? Why is that cabinet? Thirteen thousand. Dollars and. I. Don't know anything about the missing children I would make accusations, but it's sure is interesting. I mean these pieces of furniture are absolutely ridiculous. It's known it's a known scam on Ebay to you looking for something on Ebay. Whatever happens to be and you see something ridiculously priced like well out of the range of what that should be. That's the money on your scheme. Just how's it work I? You know having not not being interested in laundering money. Just like art is one of those things that has no no set price. Pay Anything you want for or in the same way. If you want this money to be Okay well. We spent that here will you can buy you know essentially a blank canvas, or what have you for a million dollars? And no one's really going to bat an eye. There's a there's a money trade center received trace through a or auction site or wayfair that Says No. No, this money went toward this cabinet or this item or whatever when really it was actually bought for the illicit stuff under the table so. I get it, but in that case you're going to have to pay income as the artist that sells it receives one, hundred, thousand or a million dollars, or whatever you receive the arts fee for laundering it man understand. The cost. This. Thing to deal with okay well, I got this from drugs or what have. Pain and and I was talking to a friend today and came up with an idea that and again this is not legal device. This. I'm in two people talking right? But I apparently you don't have to pay taxes on a court settlement on like a suit settlement. Okay, so if you got say a million dollars from some dummy Corp you set up. That had that turned crypto into USD. And you won a settlement from the because I. Mean Settlement. You don't even have to really don't have to have a lawyer for a settlement. Frankly you can just say that I received this in a settlement and here it is, there's no taxes on a settlement, so you just sue the Crypto Company, take your settlement money instead of your cash out money and then boom tax free. That's what I can tell me a lot less libertarian Bodak. If this works. Now, as far as this situation goes, I have heard of You know having something on Ebay. Or what have you where it's like okay well? This is a rolltop desk that is suddenly ten thousand dollars, because somewhere else in that picture is like a very rare plant or something like that right, yeah, same same type of scam. What's the rare plant have to do with it I? Mean like you say you. Have, some hyper exotic orchids. Ordinarily sell that just on the market because it's, it's very exotic. You don't have the right paperwork guy across country lines. If you put that orchid on top of a rolltop desk and you sell that rolltop desk for ten thousand dollars. That's what they're actually buying. I see animal hide ivory, certain things that are restricted. You know you know that it's in the desk drawer or going to be shipped instead of the desk, but as far as ebay concerns. You sold a desk. They bought a desk and the. Way Too expensive, but the transaction was for this exotic plant or animal or whatever? Yeah! I've really gone out of fashion these days. I mean everybody loves. Yeah. 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You're free to call in and talk. Live here on the airwaves. Well, that's what we three talk live. Mark with you pick mountaineer and Richie Rich. Let's go right here into the story. pickles mound near. You wanted me to grab the text from this letter that Chomsky and J. K. Rowling signed. Got It here from Boston Dot Com says the free exchange of information and ideas, the lifeblood of liberal societies daily becoming more constricted. While we have come to expect this on the radical right, sincere Innis is also spreading more widely in our culture, an intolerance of opposing views of vogue for public shaming and ostracism and the tendency to dissolve complex policy issues in a blinding moral certainty seems like it's more prevalent in their culture than it is on the right I. Don't know I mean. Maybe, the far-right whatever whatever they're referring to I don't look I'm not here to critique their particular statement. I would agree that liberals have long believed that you. The people need to be able to speak, and if they cannot speak that new ideas will not be introduced ladies and gentlemen. This is at threat right now with this newest generation of liberals. They just can't put up with the idea that somebody might have a different idea than them. In many cases I mean not all of them, but they're. They're going to do when people start acting on different ideas. Certainly ended the loudest voices. This is true of right, and and this is where you get the the you know. The the the memes on the Internet. Everything I disagree with is literally Nazism. I. Mean You know that? People had people call a Nazi on the Internet. You know and it isn't a great feeling. So. I'm just saying. I don't worry about what people say. What was the rule that any argument will eventually evolve into calling someone Hitler. Yeah I can't remember there is A. Somebody's rule. On the Internet I can't remember that you'd have to look that up Hitler's rule I'm in the middle of reading here. As far as you know blaming it all on the right I mean there's definitely a good tactic to you. You speak to the people on the right from the perspective of the right you speak to the people on the left from the perspective of the Left. If you want them to actually hear you out. But in many cases, the people on the left and right these days don't even want to hear that much it like we're to the point that everybody's got to agree with everybody on everything, or there's some kind of problem you're canceled. And that's the thing and it. It's it's just it's getting outrageous. If the leftists are going to do it the right, he's going to be alongside pretty quick disagreeing with me as hate speech, right and we're Al Gore's said there was to America's and was twenty years ago. There really is to America's at this point, and they don't even speak each other's language. They speak. They speak languages that are similar enough just enough to make each other mad, but they really can't communicate. Know I gotta say until this started happening I didn't quite understand the the story in the Bible of. Where they just changed languages, and suddenly they're all speaking different languages. I just couldn't wrap my head around that happening until well communist means exactly the opposite to one group or another, and it's the same thing with capitalist right everything now is socialist, but nothing is about state ownership of the means of production. So you know I gotta even know and I'm as. As guilty as as anybody with socialism thing because it feels like socialism, whatever the heck they're. These leftist are talking about in many cases, but that's not want that is single. Payer isn't necessarily state ownership of the means. Production socialized socialized socialism. Yeah, well, I mean now that the the Fed is officially part of the government really have moved in that direction. We have watched as celebrities all over the world. Get cancelled for past or current actions, old interviews, performances and writings have been pulled up from the depths of social media to hold such celebrities to account Harry Potter Author J. K.. Rowling is the most recent to face such a severe backlash response to her comments on the Trans, community? But has cancelled culture gone too far. That's what over one hundred and fifty public figures are now arguing in an open letter. What was what rowlings thing on Trans from what I understand that she considered it a a new form of homophobia. Explain that to me. beforehand if you were a if you were male and you're attracted to men, That was something that they had fought to make acceptable in our culture. So you're like especially if you're like fourteen years old and you're like no I I like my I like my own gender whereas today. If you are fourteen years old and sort of trying to figure things out, there's a much higher probability you'll end up. chemically castrated and turned into a woman got it. Celebrated American linguist and philosopher Noam Chomsky has signed his name to the open letter to many of his fans. Dismay because Chomsky's lionised as everything that is right with the left. But what the leftist these these young leftists don't understand. Is there everything that's wrong with the last? The reason you don't agree with Chomsky, is because you. Lost Your minds. Get the mental of left. He is the king right what he says it's left and the one thing I really love about this. This is the author of manufacturing consent, so he really does know thing or two when it comes to manufacturing a single narrative that everyone has to agree to I, mean he he? He made an entire documentary many years ago on how this is done with the media right now. It's all the same story from. every single outlet. Let's see here It says this letter decried the current climate of canceled culture, claiming it intensified a new set of moral attitudes and political commitments that tend to stifle public debate and tolerating differences Yep. Chomsky's among those who signed their name. And Chomsky Ninety, one is distance from the Jin Z. World of can't cancel culture. See Jin Z. Those people aren't. Are Pretty Young at this point up to say twenty five there. The currently young I don't know if there's the they have a generation after Jen's e at this point, I don't know if they they must have one, but they're. They're still wetting themselves right. Yeah, that kind of thing. My son would be Jen's E or I, Gen, which is I, reject the no Gen Z. Millennial. Excuse Me Gen. Z. is born after millennials generally millennial Gen. Y., okay, right okay I got I got lost for a second. Because Zach comes in between genetics and millennial, and that's a weird one too right, so gen-x is. I. Don't think any generation should be named after another generation. I think it's wrong so i. kind of like I gen- as opposed to Gen Z. Okay. Just doesn't seem right I mean you know like they've got their own voice. Whatever that is if you, if you take this notion that people who were born over the course of sixteen or seventeen years are somehow the same, which is obviously ridiculous. Then they should at least get their own name from being named the same way on the ideas that the most important events of those people's lives are the same events not that they will take them the same way and personally I like I like the terms humor. Let's Zuma. Yeah, that's kind of fun. It takes both though plays off a boomer though. Does it definitely does a place off of boomer and Gen? Z. Yeah, interesting. Well we'll see what history will determine what these people are called. millennials weren't born at the turn of the Millennium. They were growing up over the course of what I personally like. If anybody cares what I particularly like talking about it, boomer's is I. I do like those. boomers are a bunch of commies image, a failed socialist among. Who would call themselves the greatest generation, my God! What's all been downhill from there so? You can call yourself whatever you like. If you fought the actual Nazis. gen-x is at least as named after billy idol's old ban. You know big deal. That's no big claim to fame I like the. Kid Nineties Kid. A millennial, or whatever and you can pick your own just depending on when you sort of came to being as a as an adult, or whatever it is you know I was born in the seventies, but no one would consider I. Don't know anything about disco. So anyway I think that's a better way to describe it. We'll go on with us here. 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If you're really in favor, free speech than you're in favor of freedom of speech for precisely the views you despise. Otherwise, you're not in favor of free speech, and this isn't what cancel culture these days about. They just can't tolerate this notion. Apparently the publication of the letter ended with the irony of people cancelling. Noam Chomsky the leftists. You, he's only proof at this point. Man I tend to think so many are now calling for the linguist to be canceled for signing the letter, some of whom were not aware of Chomsky. Before right there you go there. They don't even understand their own history right? They don't have this point has not been lost on many of Chomsky's remaining supporters. One Fan tweeted apparently was. was canceled now for signing a letter. pro open dialogue, which is forbidden on the Internet apparently and oh seventeen year olds now they're better than Chomsky's better. Chomsky's than Chomsky. It's a rabbit hole inter at your own risk. Another added Noam Chomsky having his entire life canceled over signing a letter. This is why I have to take frequent breaks from this health scape. I love that. HELL SCAPE DOT COM should be my new website. Trademark Yeah. They ended the article here with a picture of an old guy not. Noam Chomsky googling on the Internet. Using a laptop, it says Noam Chomsky right now. Googling what canceled and Stan means. So. That's one of the more entertaining parts about this. Apparently a ninety one year old man kicked off of off of social media. Whatever will he do? And the the mazing part of. He's not on twitter anyway, right? The amazing part of this is that this is the guy that built leftism. To some extent that these people are talking about like. This is your intellectual grandfather and you. Egypt's you mouth breathing DILLARD's you you, you Rashtra Jim Mora. No I'm not talking about that. In particular rash crashing. Morons that you know like these kids don't know what they're talking about, and they're talking about canceling. These these adults in the room because they can't handle the arguments. Well, but if there's enough of them breath, this is the this is the thing is. There's enough of them. They don't have to handle it. If canceled, culture works. They don't have to hear those opposing viewpoints, those poison opposing voices. They go to college. They get the professor. The professionals cans worked on college campuses. This is what the leftist professors get. This is what they deserve is for allowing these students for for inciting these students in many cases to run off some speaker or another. That's being brought in to bring some. Opposing view instead of. Asking a question. Stating something whatever the case may be engaging in. Some kind of argument. Debate, Yup well, and if your viewpoint is anything less than zealotry than you actually Kinda WanNa. Hear these things I. If for no other reason than to make fun of them, I mean personally I, really like hearing well thought out ideas but I completely disagree with so I can at least get the perspective that other you know thinking people have. That's different than mine I ended up in a debate with a college professor, who is actually saying something to the effect of essentially people who aren't white. Can't have free speech because they don't have the same platforms that white people have, and so therefore you. Freedom of speech is a problem because it's only for white people. It's a privilege. The freedom of speech is a privilege and I. Don't remember the Internet checking my Melanin Count Right. I. Get out there. Black twitter is real, and you can go on there, and there's all kinds of crazy ideas floating by. Out there and frankly and lots of other locations. You'll you'll find out at some point or another? Many of these core people in the movement aren't just about black rights they're. They're about comedy rates as as they see them so and labor theory of value whether you believe it or not is still been pretty thoroughly debunked. I said that one time on social media. Somebody said. What's that and I did that The. The even worry about. Let me Google that for you. Do people not know how to use a search engine soon I've seen a post recently where they? They moved the goalposts for the Labor theory value. It's no longer what you think of as the Labor theory of value. Okay, but the the amount of expertise that goes into your labor. That qualifies it so it. The market phenomenon is already in there has to be demand for it, and if you have more expertise in a field that is demanded well, then, of course, your labor is worth more than someone who doesn't that. Isn't that a labor value? They've moved the definition. That's what I'm telling you. To reality. Right so now they but the you laugh, but if they if they push that hard enough right that will become the accepted definition for labor theory of value, and it will take hold. The Concept of labor theory of value will take hold, and then the move it back to the original idea. Oh, you're right about that. Yeah, absolutely, what is this? The Martin Bailey form of debate that was always used with feminism. The being I think the Bailey is sort of the castle called. The castle in the courtyard is a better way to describe it. basically the castle is well feminism. Is that the belief that men and women should be treated equally, so was good until the the marauders step away from the besiegement, the siege is is over, because who could disagree with that statement, and then they're out in the courtyard with you know men white manner destroying America and Blah Blah Blah. Blah Blah so you know, and then, and then when besieged run back to the castle, which is unassailable point. Let's go to jerome calling from Charleston Jerome. You're on free talk live. Yeah, expediently. Hey. Did you happen to see somebody? these all camps of trump's. Comments! Easier ones no I mean not the one where they need pain off porn stars in and around the woman that he was hanging out with. Don't want to call it, but the. To. not real news. To me, 'cause I never seen him before but I. The one where he said he's doing an energy with his daughter, Ivanka? and Uh after my. After Vodka, what do you? have in common. She says real estate and golf, and then after he's had sex. I remember. That one's not terribly new, but I've I've seen that one. I don't know. Here's what my concern is here. concern is is that if this turns, and it will turn towards WHO's crappier. The Guy who probably committed lewd and lascivious acts on an employee? Like I don't know of any of these. Free throw? It nope. But I got but I. got a person that your mind went to Rome. Who's got a pretty good? Pretty good story and I can prove a lot of creepy behavior with very young children. Hey I got. For you got another one for nine. The one where trump's. Interview was he's A. She's so hot. She wasn't my daughter. I'd be date or said that you. Know how you like. Working Woman. Forty of talking and there are print warmer walk him, and as she's walking past him, she scrapped Richard on grabbed his crotch. And any chance ten years I'm going to be going out there on the elevator and ten years going to be data her. She got an Harris. Confidence Man. Viciously. So it's pretty sleazy Obama man. Bomber! Between Twenty four seven shifts or stories right down, okay? CNN, Don Jimmy. Shit. I'm you know I mean? I don't like our choices between the two crooked perverts and wish we didn't have them, but that seems to be the way it is, Remember Ladies and gentlemen. You do not have to vote for crooked old pervert. You choose to not vote. 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But honestly, the recession hit these professions pretty hard, and a lot of them are only making something like eight hundred thousand dollars a year at this point. It's barely even worth their time. WHO's the onion, news network. A. That's right. It is free, Talk Live, and you are free to call in and talk live here on the airwaves. It's mark with. mountainair and rich, and that's what we do here on free talk live. We open the phone lines and let you call in and talk about whatever it is that you WanNa talk about because. Nobody does that in America and that did we don't do that on the radio anymore? Let people call in and discuss whatever they're looking to discuss, so it's up because we don't WanNa. Hear other people's opinions on the radios. Anymore I what I've been told. Is that freetalklive revolutionary by doing what they used to do by the way? And, it's because well. They're not professional broadcasters. Yeah and you know it's hit or miss here. Freetalklive talk, live right like you're GonNa like some college. You're going to dislike some callers. Hopefully. They're introducing some idea that you haven't. Experience or giving some kind of news or that sort of thing, but you know that's what we try to do as disagree. Call in fill in the opposing position, indeed indeed you should and let things I'm really concerned with about the whole. Cancel cultures that it might really be damaging our sense of humor because I mean. If an I is bad enough, you should be able to make a really good joke out of it. Yes, okay, so we were talking about canceled culture in the last. Couple several segments and cancel culture is basically. The idea that you just need to shutdown and D platform anybody. WHO DISAGREES WITH YOU and This is the probable almost certain future of sort of liberalism in whatever its form might be and I'm going to say that this is what happened with quakers. quakers are some of your original liberals and I. Am a quaker. So I've studied quite a bit of quaker history this. If you read the so can. Can Anybody name a quaker? Most famous quaker is gone the box, okay? Not a quaker picture. NOPE, not one William Penn. okay okay I recognize the name, but I wouldn't have been able. I don't know enough quaker George Fox. Now, okay let's quick the so we pin most famous quaker George Fox second, most third, most famous quaker John. Willman okay so I didn't expect you to. It was at this point I. Really stopped the William Penn. I can't tell you a famous quaker number four. Actually probably, the most famous quaker is betsy. Ross but nobody knows it okay. Anyway well most famous quicker, but not most famous adequate right. So. Anyway John Willman writes this diary basically talking about how he can no longer be a clerk and be part of selling slaves and comes to this conclusion, and then he begins. You, not telling his meeting and other meetings, and this is what sort of you know. The Way quakers work is is that there is no preacher, so he's not talking against whomever's in charge. He's just talking to other quakers, and saying why slavery is wrong, and then they fund him, and they send him onto other meetings to talk to them about why it's wrong and. And of course you know, plenty of quakers own people at this point. I think this is the early seventeen hundreds and idea get over in that first meeting. Besides all of that really interesting stuff, the are the diaries about you know a lot of other things. And he was one of the things being taught at the time is is that one must be sober? And he doesn't mean it. In the sense of not drinking putty does, but he means it in the Senate has definitely one way out of sobriety right not joking like like no jokes and who wants to be part of a movement that doesn't have jokes, and this is exactly true about modern liberalism is that there's just no room for a joke anymore. A revolution without comedy as a revolution. I want no part of the s well. Thank you, Emma. What is her name? Emma Lazarus? Goldman Goldman and that was dancing was the quote. Let's go to call in from Kansas Lance, you're on free, Talk. Live. Land. New Hang on I Gotcha I. Hear You. Know. I just get in my car to the side of the road. On a dirt road. So Miami Lance my campaign. from campaign manager for candidate for United States Senate. His. All his name is also Lance Lance Michael Burland. Studied to be a priest decided girl too much wanted to raise a family. He's an adoptive father and multi cultural kids. He's a Republican. But we both support Libertarian Movement. He won over the Libertarians here in. Kansas And I listen to free talk. Live all the time because I believe many of those same things, and so does my candidate. So. What kind of chances does your candidate have I? MEAN, are we? Have we done the PR-, I presume. The primaries already occurred right. It happens on August fourth. And? He's pounding the pavement. I'm doing. I can't well actually how many people a federal government? How many people? They've got Ten competitors 'cause one actually resides in Washington, so it doesn't isn't eligible that one an incumbent. Its feet was hit by okay. Yeah somebody. Doesn't matter yes. The thing is the incumbent tends to win by Burl the nine out of ten times, and he'd have against Dr. Roger Marshall. Added need to hear the rest of them. They can call in if they want to get their names on. Your right on. But what I'm curious, so what are you? How are you going around? You know sending him to town halls to chat with people I mean Kobe has got to really be making things difficult driving around the dirt roads. Would you heard if that's what we're doing? just actually slammed on the brakes. I didn't think I would get through. On this show one time before who am I speaking to you because I knew different, have different hosts and y'all swipe, decide paying which are I've been to by the way nor the honest awesome. This is mark and Near and rich yeah. Richard Richard on all right Co.. Got In, trouble, tonight. Soda. One time one time I'd I'd love to hear more about your candidate as time goes by and how things workout lance? Thanks for the call. You know it's not much fun trying to do the old political party thing and work your way through, but if people don't do it, then I guess people won't do it. I kind of prefer they don't do it. Generally you know what if Lance doesn't run, that doesn't mean the other nine people who are probably more distasteful I'm just taking Lance's word for it Lances Lances better. You know the thing is is that? I think that I I sort of I. Think there's a splitting the Middle Okay and on one hand. You have the the the notion that you know. Nobody should participate in any of these hierarchical systems and look I get it, but it doesn't really solve a problem on the other side of it. There's the well as long as the guy who was on the SWAT team kicking my door in as a libertarian. Sign Right and I don't think either one of these is is an idea that serves. Sour on most people were not only do they not vote, but they follow the dictates of the people who voted because people are already soured politics, and they follow the rules because. Right part to stop following the rules and then part three defend yourself against the aggression and looking at part one. Okay, so if not voting in I used to be very much in that camp, but if this is actually a better idea than we should see, things improve as fewer and fewer people, vote. But, there's no improvement. I mean if you reach the point where ninety nine point nine percent of people don't vote, heck, let's make it so that nobody votes except for the one person will. They're still going to be someone in this coercive control system. This is the definition of zero sum game. Right like you. You know you basically have to play or you don't win, so let me tell you. What of market failures This was explaining me by David Friedman. Who is? Milton Friedman Son and quite the talker in the Libertarian community guy's brilliant. If you take up a bunch of soldiers, you line them up. They've got shields with spears lined up. The chances of getting harmed in this formation are low. But if somebody books at backwards the chances of him if he's just the only one who runs drops, his spear drops shield. The chances of him being harmed are low, but the chances of you being harmed. If you stayed, there are now higher and you see that, and then you run any run a new run, and this is what the market failure is the people who run I most likely to be not harmed and the people who stay and fight or are likely harmed, and so what they would do is, they'd pull them up to like rivers and stuff voting early now that doesn't work. Oh, now I. Mean you're still let people. We'll get crooked pervert as your president come November could them just don't follow the rules and inland right? It doesn't make a difference. Freetalklive, eight, five, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three three. Did. You know you can support freedom of speech just by visiting shop. Dot Freetalklive, DOT, com. You'll see links to Walmart Love Java new egg and more everyday free talk live is at the forefront. 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Yes, I am bread, faced and uncomfortable, so they're young, but macaque monkeys, no problem. Problem at all. Let's go to Dave, in from New Mexico, Dave. You're on free talk live. Giant No. That's Jerry. Your Vagina -Tarian was is the the amplifiers name? was that more embarrassing than just vagina? No I don't know. I know the giant of monologues where they basically say. The word is often as possible in order to embarrass white guy so apparently it works for me. Or still does I don't know. I saw the the you know the monologues, just storytelling. So I didn't care. What's going on there and K. E. N. Land? Lower corners right. That is right. I forgot all about that. Listening on K. E. N. N. in beautiful downtown Farmington New Mexico. FC USA home of what home of the car dealerships that cheat Ya. And but what I was gonNA say was or before i. get onto what I was gonna say. I have a Dwayne, the Rock Johnson. I am familiar with the to yeah so. So in in that in that style ization. Dustin from Kansas remember that caller. Dustin is now the win. I know. The Wind. The wind from Kansas. Just because he's dust in the wind dust in the wind i. Gave Mark. The the other guys Richie got it. To mark. It makes more sense 'cause mark market and seemed like he was going to get it which was we're GonNa take his nearly a boomer card away from me. I even know the song. So what did you call? Oh well you were canceled culture and you're also talking about radio and letting people say what they want. The other. The. Say That again. I said we'll see. We'll see yeah, right? Why can I know how to end the call real fast? Allow that you do. Please don't Virginia. Terry. Out So the yesterday I pointed out a lot of the freak show. That is New Mexico and part of that freak. Show that is worth doing is taking you know like two minutes on Youtube and checking out the governor Shell Luhan Grisham. And because she she will instantly strike you as fourth grade teacher, telling her citizens which are two million new, Mexico fourth graders. They're her citizen. Constituents That's how she treats them, and you can see that instantly if you just Google Michelle Luhan Grisham governor New Mexico and watch like thirty seconds of how she talks to her people. Her students and then more of the freak show that is New Mexico is kind of what you're talking about your dumbest cancer culture, and you're talking about radio and letting people. Call up and say what's on their mind which most radio other than yourselves do that they if if they they might let you on regardless of your topic, but if they don't like what you have to say, your call lasts less than thirty seconds, and if they like what you say, then your call lasts up to two minutes or more and generally here on free talk, live like it or not the calls going to last more than two minutes. Because if you have some good say, we attempt to have a conversation whether we agree or not. Right. And so anyway. The the radio station that promotes itself as the number one radio station number number one. Is that a post number? Two well, everybody stations number one. If you know how to to Parse the numbers. Right but I'm thinking freetalklive number one pro liberty show in the world. And in my hand. They also call themselves the big stick. I. Wonder What that means. That's case he'll be radio out of Albuquerque and they have an absolute freak show with a couple exceptions and so another entertaining thing to do to to investigate the culture in new. Mexico or the absence of a culture is listening to the number one radio station on their. They have their. Their newsradio kick dot com website, so you go there, and you look up their podcast, whatever it's pretty easy to find, and you listen to minute of this in the midst of that, and you can discover the freak show that is on air personalities in the state of New Mexico when you say a free show, you don't mean like that's like Yuzu of the morning. You mean. These people are nuts, right? Yeah well, it's. It's basically that it's well actually one of their freakshow. They got a guy named. T. J. Trout who doesn't let me on his program? He used to be a morning freakshow radio, rock and roll shock jock here in Albuquerque, and now he's got an afternoon news program you know Siri Politics Program News program politics program, but he's still acts like a you know an imbecile, shock, jock radio shock jock and doesn't play very well. so that's one one thing TJ. Do you can check him out in Sudan talking about? And but the the most interesting one is Sheriff Darren White who somehow has ended up with a radio show over the years here and he's the former share Bernallio counties for eight years, and before that he had been well, he was also participated the the top public safety officer for the city of Albuquerque until there was a scandal, and he retired scandal. Him extracting his wife. His wife had crashed her car and the cops were there. There and there was a question of her being under the influence of prescription, medication and Sheriff Darren Wipe swoops in with his Even though he's not a cop anymore sheriff anymore and nothing like that anymore. He's a a city. Employees swoops in with his car with his light light, flashing in his in his windshield and extracts, his wife from the clutches of the COPS and takes her to safety to the safety of their own private doctor. Conflict of interest Hey Yeah when I was in Arizona I saw a lot of open carry of firearms. Over does anything like that. Happen I. Mean You right there in the four corners? You're not that far from Arizona. Does anything like that happened there where you are? Yeah pneumatic New Mexico is open. Carry State as well. It's just not practiced as often as you see in Arizona you see it all the time. Whereas in new. Mexico, the it's an open carry state, but you don't see it as often. Is it yeah I was kind of curious about it. Surprised me even being from New Hampshire I. Guess I just didn't expect to see it elsewhere in New Hampshire. I see it now on, then rarely do I see it from somebody I don't know. I don't see it much in the general community as much as I see it within like liberty community, but I was I. was there in Arizona Guy? Comes out of a restaurant with a gun on his happened. The waitress had a gun on their hip in tombstone. And I asked her is there real. She said you better believe it. Was Rootin-. Tuten waitress I can assure you that David. Thank you for the call. Appreciate it. 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BITCOIN cash are the big ones okay. I'm personally a big fan of Minero. So if you know if if you if you're playing with small money, I'd say like those three are. I don't WanNa. Say can't go wrong, but the good place to start I just. I I have a problem with new people getting on exchanges and then going buck wild with all the variety. Of all coins that you can get into playing day trader with all I want to do. Yeah, right I wanNA start a base. That's GONNA eventually lead to an investment right, so but but if you're using bitcoin cash and dash right because you want to spend that in keene. I don't consider that investment money. That's cash alternatives to be spent on a daily basis. Yeah, that's one thing so there's two things I'm looking to do with my coin base wallet is to have that money that I'm gonNA use in keene. But then also have money that I'm putting in as a investment a small amount that's come hundred as an investment. So what when you suggest for that, I would say stick with Bitcoin for the investment, because it's Ok right now, currently the number one. Yeah, I! I think I would say that right so if you're looking for a strictly investment advice on crypto currency. I would say that there will come a time in my opinion that some kind of flipping will occur that the. That know BTC Bitcoin. As it is, today, will probably. Be Come something you know of the past, and that some other crypto will take its place. It's not there yet. What that Crypto is I do not know it probably doesn't exist yet. I mean at one point I would have been confident in saying that by now. bitcoin cash would have eaten. It's lunch, but I'm not confident in saying that anymore. I mean I'm not. It's not that I don't believe in Bitcoin. Cash I. DO I really do think that? At some point, it's going to take over for bitcoin because it's got the name. It's got you know a lot of the features. They're working on it all the time. They're rolling new stuff out all the time I'm a big believer but today. You know I mean you're betting on the future. In that sense, there was there was that candidness. There was recently a news article where they like. They some posters, some Hashtag or whatever. Like pump the price of does coin as a joke and does coin took off like hundreds of times over, so if you had a little bit in, does coin through this process, you could have made bank right, but that's not you know. I was just going. I would definitely say diversify your portfolio. I mean right now, not old coins well. All of them, but like you know, pick a handful of them that you either think are good enough investment on a risk factor, or that are being used like Dash Bitcoin, bickering Asher being used to actually trade goods and services, and I mean it's so easy to have a bunch of different things to bet on a bunch of different horses. You May as well let me take. Let me talk the opposite side of thing. Hold on, hold on. Hold on I'll hold you for the next one if that's what you want, I've got another thought here. Though so let's say you're. You're not going in five years ago. Because time, travel's impossible going in today with five hundred bucks. So if you put a hundred in. The five more popular ones that you like in the five top ten five of the top ten writer. Chances are good that with bitcoin goes up that the others would go up farther because then seems to be what happens with Alz maybe up to this point so. When during the during the run-up to all time high of Bitcoin, right, Bitcoin was at. Eight. Thousand and Manera was like fighting at like one fifty, and I was like what do I do? You know what I think. Manera was GONNA hit three hundred before bitcoin hits sixteen thousand right so we. We've moved some coin into Minero and I was right for like a day Yep, right like Minero hit three. She didn't have a cell place. You're holding your on coins. Well. The self place was like moving it back over to bitcoin. The goal was Max. The goal is maximize Bitcoin at the time. That might be the case now. What the next bull runs going to be based understood, but at the at the time that was that was the bet that I made right, but when it came down right when everything crashed right when bitcoin counter cold, everything down, yeah, right and on the recovery, bitcoin recovered faster. Yep, right BITCOIN got back up to eight thousand I. don't even know if Monroe's. Monroe's anywhere near one fifty again. That's my. That's my baseline, so it's hard when you talk about investments. It's hard to say look at put it in an coin. All point is the play money for me where you go now. Let's let's do some day. Treatments could get any worse for the ALZ it could. It could absolutely and again I'm talking about dose coin. And he goes like now I'm just GonNa put ten thousand and does I go. Why would you do that? Because because it can't really go any further, right? It's like training at point zero, zero, zero, zero three, which means if it goes up just a little bit double my money and this. You can't talk to those guys man. I mean it takes a special breed. Would you're dealing with the DOJ? Coin can't get it because I call it. A Joke I said does a joke investment and my buddy goes knows not watch this right. Here's how you make money in does all right? So it's possible, so you. Pick whatever all you want, but like that's I would call that. Throw away money that you're going to play around with that. You could lose. You could lose out completely on because who knows what they're going to do all right? You got a two cents now. Pizza cake, guy what. What's your second topic? So I'm definitely going to get. I'm going to stay with My initial idea which was Bitcoin, so I appreciate that and the last question is what about the Petro I see that coming up as a as a big stronghold for Venezuela to be able to get their oil out there without the US without other. Petrodollars, what do you think? at this point the joke. They've. Behind in production like you know it. Doesn't work so. I don't know I mean the idea that at some point or another, they might get this thing to work. Then maybe governments and companies around the world that are use it. It's possibility but I don't know I'm not educated enough to comment on that one well, it's a high risk reward, because if you have something that's actually cutting into the OPEC stranglehold on money than that has a huge possibility of return, but I mean government that's doing this is not exactly reliable. Gotcha thanks guys appreciate you. Thanks for taking the time for pizza cake? All right, so you can call in to. 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Mexico has problem to L.. We call them Masol's New Hampshire. That sounds about right Yeah, they They're everywhere. They're a minority, but they're really loud and they're very. They got a lot of money behind them. And That's that's the issue we're fighting. It does seem like some people will travel from one location to another in order to achieve power. You don't say yeah. I'm sure you've talked about that before. You talking about Pelosi or shift. Oh, I don't know you pick. Group. Travel your. To. Get power over myself in place where some of that's allowed. So, how are you GonNa? Make freelance. I'M GONNA. Tell you the truth. in a way that that you've never seen A. I'm not a politician. I've had my hands in the dirt. I've been. entrepreneur consultant you know. My Dad's been grew up in farming. My mom grew up in farming like I'm a native Kansas Kansas. Live in I live in Abilene. Eisenhower's so your second. Second lot of dirt. And I find A. Lot of animal to you know it's. It's what makes the world go round. People. These people live in the cities. They get their groceries from whole foods. From Safeway or where they do just whole foods gets it from. The exact? Completely clueless! You know that people actually put their entire lives into creating the food that they eat and that's. That's the kind of people who live around me. and. We just gotTA. Tell people the truth and be willing to lay down our life for our friends. I have two teenage sons live here in Salina Kansas where I am right now. And I was I was just with my oldest boy. You know he's he's A. He's a strong -servative. Republican I'm a big tent, Republican big, not big ten. You know I I Libertarians have been my greatest supporters lately. I went to one of their beatings within two hours. They're all voting for me and supporting me ask what they can do. It it's just a matter of people that have that aren't establishment that aren't. Looking to get money from lobbyists corporations you know I've never made a lot of money on made pretty good money I had a great life. So. How are you going to get elected if you don't take the money from the corporations I mean it seems like the people who get elected do that. They definitely do and and I think I think the money plays both sides of Dr. Steve I adore as running in Massachusetts. To Take Elizabeth Warren seat. And he and he's he talks about the establishment, but that's kind of obvious, not so obvious establishment and I think. It's all the same money that they just. Like we have two candidates here that have all the money Roger. Marshall who's a doctor, an MD.. And then we have Chris Kobuk. Former Secretary of state is lawyer. and. They they have all this money behind him, and they trash each other, but I I always feel like it's a game that established replaced. You know so these are your two candidates. Don't worry about those other guys who are. Free things like wrestling. Yeah I mean it. It does seem like establish themselves as competition. If the goal isn't to be a long-term politician, right, just take the money. And then do what you're GonNa do from pro liberty, pro freedom standpoint, and then just acknowledge the fact that they're not going to give you any more money. But like take it, put it to good use for liberty causes, and then once you're in. Then you've got the name recognition. The likelihood of you losing is very low, but I. DO thank you for the call and good luck with your campaign even better. Batteries and take the money. So speaking of those who gain power and at some point, don't feel like they need to serve us any longer from. Fox Nine DOT com. Minneapolis the city of Minneapolis spinning forty five hundred dollars a day for private security for the three council members who have received threats following the police killing of Floyd. Those Council members are paying for that out of their own pocket new. They're not four forty five hundred dollars a day. A city spokesperson, said the private. Why don't they just use police officers? Oh, they're trying to defend the police and that might be deadly for them. A city spokesperson said the private security details have cost taxpayers sixty three thousand dollars over the past three weeks. Why don't they just carry a gun? Because they're trying to disarm the populace. So that's the thing is, is that the those that would rule us think that it's important for them to have security. And in many cases, they just have the police take care of it, but in some cases they don't. They have their own private security. But they don't want you to have a gun like their security officer would. They want you to defend yourself with I, Dunno strong words and stiff stiff. Talking to isn't the liberty message though that private security would work better than the police. Anyway, so aren't they putting this to the test? They're using government money to do it. I. Think we already agree that private security will do a better job because that's their sole job from. Police aren't sick. Private security agents. They're not bodyguards there. Something different, so if they're paying for it with government money, then are are those private security agencies defacto police because that's where the funding is coming from no way to replace the police department I think that you know what I I if I had know. They're not police because their private security and they don't have arrest powers they are. Working as To keep these people from getting shot, which presumably they've been threatened. Of now, mind you when I call. The police and say I've been threatened I. Get ignored, so you should probably call private security well I could I'm not worried that something's going to happen. Just want the threat. Stop Okay so anyway. The three council members who have the security detail it's Andrea Jenkins and fill whatever they are have been outspoken proponents of defunding the Minneapolis Police Department Council member. Cunningham declined to discuss the security measures. I don't feel comfortable publicly. Discussing the death threats against me or the level of security I currently have protecting me from those threats. So, I guess to me what the biggest problem here is. Is that in many cases? People asking to defend the police and receiving threats are probably people who are Democrat and talking about disarming the populace. And I run a catch twenty two there right, so they're going to get you know now. The populace has to pay. Forty five hundred dollars a day to have an armed person protecting councilmember Cunningham whom? I. Don't know whether or not he. He needs the protection well and a lot of A lot of Democrats are not against licensed professionals having having guns. They're against. You know anyone else having gone well. When the government determines of like the the second, amendment says that government's not supposed to determine who gets to possess guns, but the government is the one the hands out the licenses. Well and now we're starting to move to not only the Second Amendment, but the First Amendment, having the same situation where you have the recognized press, and then you have just somebody saying something, which are somehow different things right the that's it's interesting now. Anybody could have a blog, so everybody's the press. Don't we? Always the point? That was the point I mean. Printing presses weren't cheap, but if you could, you could scrawl out you know handwritten stuff in hand out all over town. They would still have freedom of the press, so you know. When I say that I don't know of cutting councilmember, Cunningham needs the protection or not. The reason is not because he's been threatened, but because he isn't willing to pay for it. If, he was willing to pay for the protection that I would know. He needs it because he's the best person to determine whether or not. He needs the protection, not whether he. You seem like a big Mama Jama. When you've got a couple of guys walking around with guns, protecting your right well, and he's still may feel like he needs the protection, but he also knows that he can get someone else to pay for it for him. 'cause you're also benefits. Sure everybody's GonNa. Want wants the thing that they want for free. Of course. There's no doubt about that I mean that's an unusual circumstance, but this is why economics is economics because we'll know whether or not councilmember. Cunningham needs the protection. If he's willing to pay for it and sure, it's expensive well, if that's the kind of job where we lose councilman from getting shot or something then. Maybe we should pay them more I don't know. 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Live the number, eight, five, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three, three. You are free to call in and talk. Live here on the airwaves. It's mark with you. Mountaineer and Richie Rich. The number eight, five, five, four, fifty, free as in freedom so. Apparently Noam Chomsky and J. K. Rowling and a variety of other leftist luminaries have come out. And, said that cancel culture has gone too far. No so first of all. We have to. We have to define most of these things before we even go any further. So. Leftists have gotten really weird. Especially, the young ones and I blame the colleges where the professors are now crying that they can't talk about things because triggering everybody. You know like everybody's brought that on themselves right? Everybody's been created so incompetent that they can't even hear opinions that are not their own if they're unable to defeat the opinion. Then, they are angry and sad and need a little time with the legos in the quiet room or whatever? WHAT'S THE SAFE-SPACE SAFELY? Well Noam Chomsky no shrinking violet. He has always been a leftist and believes that canceled cultures gone too far now. What is canceled culture canceled culture means that instead of arguing with somebody or making a point or whatever with somebody who disagrees with you. You simply shut them down. They can no longer speak they should you? You you take their posts there. Whatever it is and you, you say that it's racist or whatever and complained to facebook or youtube. Whatever the case whatever you gotTa do to shut them up. You shut them up. It makes. College professors don't get hired that. Don't agree with whatever the philosophy is. Does your is canceled? Culture market phenomenon? It is you see it that way? Yeah, I think you could see it as a as a market phenomenon and that's legitimate. Companies doing. Let's all not shop there. You don't like what a professor saying like. Let's say. I mean I. It's it's partly a market phenomenon, but I'm really familiar with cancer culture in in colleges which are primarily a government. government phenomenon so you know silencing a speaker from your campus is a lot more governor, Dorian. market-oriented. Yeah and basically. In, my opinion is just people that don't WanNa talk, and by the way we almost never get leftists on the show. We'll get ready to call in and disagree now. Sure they'll use some tech sometimes, but nonetheless They're willing to call in and talk radio much better about their opinion, whatever it is articulated anti particularly then leftist is going to be like I can't listen Clara. LURE AGREE ABILITY YEAH! Let's go to Dustin calling in from Kansas. Dust! You're on free talk live. Yeah. I was hoping to tell the protesters. To to to maybe buy for the tea party, because that never got broaden brought up, but but but it's an influence of asking. For for for for what they're wanting as government, change, and I I'm working on. It I'm on it myself, but. But the protests yeah, just saying that protesters have something to five four as a tea party. Are you talking about the historical tea party or like the contemporary? Tea Party movement of a few years ago. Years ago the tea party movement. Did I I I've got my plans. For for for in, but anybody else that. That the reason, they're fighting for the protesters coming change. So you want the protesters to align more with the tea party movement or would. It be better if the tea party movement made a resurgence in align themselves with the protesters. 'cause they Kinda slinked back. Right. Right, but but but. As many as to get as many efforts that terrain into Capitol Hill for for for whoever's going to be the founder I. It's the Newest Tea Party. Just heard a couple years ago that that. That that. that. They have to have to change by by the way the constitution. No judge can remember one paragraph. I offered I've offer twelve laws of Commandments do not do this. Criminal, court charges to to. To be printed and given to the public and then law number twelve corruption monitoring. Show. That's aw-. That's all I. I had to do but but. So. Are you saying that the tea party and the black lives matter have common causes in sort of monitoring corruption. It's not. I! Don't think it's corrupt I. I think I think if. If. We got the the work that the ask for Tea Party. Maybe the banners, and all that taxed enough already I mean I, believe in black lives matter but but. But, but but also also the. Crossing monitoring that I hear. I hear that the cops. Are For me. DO UNION Like why am I return a little racial. A racial white-tie cops union that that that brings on persecution. All the. Did to what they how how they're acting I. Don't think at this point and you're gonNA. Convince Black lives matter to drop that banner and raised the tea party flag now I. Don't think so, but you may be able to get the tea party people to come back out and start protesting in support. I think that there's so many fundamental differences in the two groups that all you could is. Is just sort of sit on the sideline and say yeah, or maybe write some letters to your politicians. Whatever you can do if they feel enough pressure, then you'll see some change. Whatever that change might be I'm hoping that that changes positive. It's no longer enough to just not be racist mark. You have to be at actively anti-race. Whatever the hell that means you have to be an ally, right? Run around believing Marxism in order to be not racist or something. thanks for call, Dustin. Let's go to pat calling in from grand rapids. Pat, you're on free. Talk Live. No no I'm not grand rapids up in Thunder Bay Northern Michigan terribly. Sorry. No No, no, no bad, no foul. yeah, I just thought. Maybe your audience would be intrigued and perhaps enlightened by a little. base root of the language. Kicks Okay comes from the Greek word poly, which is many and ticks, which is pretty much self, explanatory bloodsuckers yeah I. Think you're exactly right. It's definitely a lot of bloodsuckers. Appreciate the call. Do I. Do like that that that definition. There's another Groucho Marx. One which is politics is the you know. The the art of finding problems everywhere. You know. Flying the solution poorly and morally applying the solution or something like that I'd have to look it up I'll I'll tell the joke the next go around. because. You know I can't remember. It clearly reminds me of the government is a group of people most noticeably ungoverned. Indeed that it really is the thing is if you think about how states and specifically sovereign states like the United States China Russia, but you can look throughout history and see these organizations deal with each other. They really are dealing in a realm where they have. No the only might make truly does make right in this realm because they're going to that. The powerful one's going to get what they want. Said might doesn't make right, but it does make it so. It's easier to wield more might when you don't have the ordinary person striking out against you like if I see any other gang inducing violence in my neighborhood I'm going to do something about it I'm at least going to complain to other people about it, whereas if they have a shiny badge known complains right and you know when it comes to governments out there you can see that. They have very little accountability on a foreign policy basis. You could I mean you know it's There's no world court that really handles these things that's. Arisen. That's how you can tell it's not. Terrorism is because it's performed by government. Yeah, that's that's the The one way to now that's the definition. 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They were great when they were holding touchy politicians old male politicians to account for their leaders. What's that until one of their has got hit? That's right until one of there's got hit I. Miss Me, too. They should be. They sure would be great to see here. In twenty twenty taking care of Joe Biden. And black lives matter those in the public eye have been held to account for their past transgressions in many cases way past it started out with the revelation of serious crime, criminal offenses, as in the case of Harvey, Weinstein R, Kelly, and many others in positions of power in response to this in the public turned its attention to those in power who have got away with their racism, sexism and other. Outward prejudices they've held while in power. Speaking of pedophilia rampant in Hollywood and there's plenty of evidence of it. Well I mean I'm just talking about. Harvey Weinstein and you know these sorts of. This this has gone on for some time. It's not a secret. You just have to take a look. The folks that A. Have found something interesting in the last couple of days. Have you guys seen this with the The furniture all the way, fair thing the wayfair thing. Oh my goodness! What a bunch of nonsense! Well! You know it's, is it? The the women's names on missing children's name, very expensive pieces of furniture area, expensive pieces of furniture, and by very expensive I mean you could buy this at home depot for two hundred dollars and put it together, but for some reason wayfair is. You know selling it for twenty thousand, so let me just put this out there that okay, so if you think. They took some heat right like. Why didn't you just order one of these things and get a child delivered to you and then blow the roof off of it. That's not how it works now. If if you order a ten thousand and twenty thousand dollar cabinet, you're going to get twenty thousand dollars cabinet. Yeah, at best. It's a money laundering scheme. Where the person who already has taken possession of the child right finds a way to launder that through wayfair right? By all means fine, but that doesn't mean that you're gonNA. Buy Children off a wafer. No I don't think that's possible. That's going to be how you expose it the way to expose. It is basically what they have done. Which is saying? This seems a little bit unreasonable so much probably investigate, it does seem strange I'll give you that like that's. That's all I can say. Is that right? Why is that cabinet? Thirteen. Thousand Dollars. and. I don't know anything about the missing children I would make accusations, but it's sure is interesting I mean these pieces of furniture are absolutely ridiculous. It's a known. It's a known scam on Ebay to like if you're looking for something on Ebay, whatever it happens to be and you see something ridiculously priced like well out of the range of that item should be. That's a money laundering scheme. Just how's it work I? You know having not being interested in laundering money. Just like art is one of those things that has new no set price. Pay Anything you want for or in the same way. If you want this money to be okay well, we spent that here will you can buy you know essentially a blank canvas, or what have you for a million dollars? No one's really going to bat an eye. There's a there's money trade center receipt trace through Ebay or auction, site or wayfair that says No. No, this money went toward this cabinet or this item or whatever when really it was actually bought for the illicit stuff under the table so. I get it, but in that case you're going to have to pay income as the artist that sells it and receives one hundred, thousand or a million dollars, or whatever you receive the fee for laundering it. Man I understand like that's the cost. This. Thing to deal with okay well. I got this from drugs or what have. Pain and and I was talking to a friend today and came up with an idea that and again this is not legal device. This is just two people talking. But. I! Apparently, you don't have to pay taxes on a court settlement on a like a suit settlement. Okay, so if you got say a million dollars from some dummy Corp you set up that had that turned crypto into. USD's and you won a settlement from. A settlement. You don't even have to really you don't have to have a lawyer for a settlement frankly. You can just say that I received this in a settlement and here it is. There's no taxes on a settlement, so you just sue the CRYPTO company, take your settlement money instead of your cash money and then boom tax free. That's. A lot less libertarian bodak. If this works. Now as far as this situation goes, I have heard of you know having something on Ebay. Or what have you where it's like okay well? This is a rolltop desk that is suddenly ten thousand dollars, because somewhere else in that picture is like a very rare plant or something like that right, yeah, same same type of scam. What's the rare plant have to do with it I? Mean like you say you. Have some hyper exotic orchids. You can't ordinarily sell that just on the market because it's, it's very exotic. You don't have the right paperwork Franklin. If you put that orchid on top of a rolltop desk, and you sell that rolltop desk for ten thousand dollars. That's what they're actually buying. I, see animal hide ivory, certain things that are restricted right. You know you know that it's in the drawer or going to be shipped instead of the desk, but as far as Ebay concerns, you sold the desk. They bought a desk and the way too expensive, but the transaction was for this exotic plant or animal or whatever. Yeah I've usually gone out of fashion these days I mean everybody loves. Yeah. 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That's pastor rick, dot com, or just text the word daily two, eight, hundred, six, hundred, five, thousand four. That's the word daily two, eight, hundred, six, hundred, five, thousand for right now. Here's Pastor Rick Warren with part. One of a message called seen what God wants me to see. If you've ever thought this. You know I just never get anything out of the Bible when I read it. It's just flat out boring. I! Don't get anything out of it. It seems dry I. Don't understand it. It doesn't make sense I don't know what the big deal about it is. It seems like a closed book to me. If you've ever felt that way. You picked a good week in the gun to church. Because I'M GONNA explain why the Bible is a closed book to you and how God wants to open it up and how you can start seeing what God wants you to see. The fact is the Bible is a difficult book. If you don't understand the principle of illumination, that's what we're going to talk about this week now week one. We talked about inspiration. The seven reasons. You know that you can trust God's word. This is not just a human book. It is the actual word of God. It is God's word to us and the seven reasons. We know that. Then last week we looked at foundation. The seven reasons God gave his word what he wants to do with it in your life how it makes a difference what the Bible was given for this week. We're going to look at the issue of illumination. You know earlier this week. I had to go over to Lowe's to buy a new lamp for my study I. Obviously spend a lot of hours reading and studying and I've had this really. A very strong has lamp. which is extremely bright and makes everything really clear and I loved it, but this last week it just died on me, not the bulbs, but the actual lamp itself so went over to Lowe's to buy one of these new study lamps, and the only lamps that they had for study were these newfangled ones that only use the new wimpy lightbulbs. You know the ones that are like one third is bright as all the others, the brighter the bulb. The clearer UC isn't that true brightness increases clarity, and that the more light the more you could see. That's why you want to get a picture taken portrait made of yourself. You don't WanNa Bright. Click light on you because it's GonNa. Show every mouth formation every blemish every ward, every temple everything in your face. No, you want the less light now. This is true when it comes to God's word, the more light more enlightened your mind, the more illuminated your mind. The more you're going to get out of God's word. It's not just the Bible illumination now. What is it look on your outline? Here's the definition of elimination leading the Holy Spirit. Show me the meaning of God's Word and how it applies to my life. Elimination is leading the Holy Spirit. Show me the meaning of God's Word and how it applies to I liked. You know before Jesus went back to heaven. He. Said I'm going back to Heaven after the Resurrection, but I'm GonNa send my spirit to live with you and live in you the Holy Spirit and one of the things that the Holy Spirit's. The job is to do is to illuminate the Bible help. You see things in this book that you would not otherwise see and if you don't have that, you're gonNA miss a lot on. The Bible is kind of like. Christmastime when I bought my grandkids all these gifts, a lot of the gifts said batteries not included. Well a toy with the battery not included is still a toy, but it doesn't have its full potential. Okay because you've gotTa have the power to make that little toy. Run and God says not only have I given you revelation, but I've given you inspiration. That's the power to interpret to understand to see things that you've never seen before, and this is the Holy Spirit's job. Let me show you some versus John Fourteen, twenty six. Jesus said. The counselor the Holy Spirit whom the father will send in my name will teach you all things and will remind you of everything I. Have said to you okay. He says he's GonNa teach and remind you what have I said you? It's what this is. The Bible is what God us said to us what Jesus said to us John Fourteen seventeen. He is the Holy Spirit. WHO LEADS INTO ULTRA? Ultra it is a Holy Spirit that leads you to understand what the truth is in the word of God John Sixteen Fifteen. The spirit will take from what is mine. That's the words of Jesus and make it known to you. It is the illumination of the revelation. It is God spirit. Saying this is what this means in your mind as you read it. That makes it known to you. If Asians one seventeen I. Ask the glorious father and God of Our Lord Jesus Christ. To give you his spirit the Holy Spirit. And the spirit will make you wise. and. Let you understand what it means. To. Circle the phrase, let you understand the Holy Spirit will make you and let you understand what it means to know God this is the batteries included. This is the power part of revelation. What am I saying? See this book radiator. It's supernatural, not only in that. It is God's word, but this is the only book you'll ever have. Talk to the author while you're reading it. You will never read any other book where you can talk to the author while you're reading it. and. That's called illumination and as I. Read this book. I say no Lord. Holy Spirit. What does this mean? What does it mean to me? How can it make a difference in my life? How am I supposed to use this today and the Holy Spirit whispers in my ear? He puts thoughts. He puts impressions he opens by. Is He eliminates? He lightened. The light goes on my mind old. That's what that's all about. And you can ask. What did he mean here? How does this work? How does elimination work look in the next Verse Fusion, Chapter One Verse Eighteen and Nineteen explains it. I pray also that the is of your heart. Is In my heart. Yeah, explain that in a minute I pray that the eyes of your heart may be enlightened. That's illuminated. In order that you may know. The hoped which is called you. And the riches of his glorious inheritance in the saints. And his income terribly great our. For us, who believe now I want you to circle the phrase the eyes of your heart. What's he talking about there? When you are born physically everything you learn in life comes through the five senses that God gave you when you're born, God gives you five cents here. Taste, touch, smell and feel. And everything you experience in your entire life for as long as you live, you'll experience on earth through the five senses that God gave you hear, touch, taste, smell and feel if you don't have those you don't experience anything. Now, that's when you're physically born when you're spiritually born again when you are reborn into God's family when you are saved when you become personally acquainted with God, you develop a relationship with Jesus when you are born again. God gives you a second set of census, and you get spiritual ears to hear some things you never heard before. And you get spiritualized also new start. See some things about life. You didn't see before and all of a sudden. You feel some things that you didn't feel before. These are the eyes of your heart, the spiritual sense of see you'll actually live in two worlds. There is the spiritual world which we cannot see. God and angels, and all of that, and then there is the physical world which we can see now. Actually the spiritual world created the physical world. This virtual world has lasted longer than the physical world. It will outlast the physical one day. Everything's going vanish here. This building will crumble this couple fall apart the table will decay rust whatever. Physical things don't last. They are temporary. But God and his angels, and the spirit inside. You is going to last forever so actually the spiritual world is more real than the physical world. You just can't see it. Unless God opens your eyes to see things that you would not normally see, that's called illumination now it says i. pray the eyes of your heart. That's your spiritual eyes will be enlightened. Circle the word enlightened. That word in Greek is the word fourteen. Zo. Oh. We get the word photo from it. And what is the photo? It is an image of light on a piece of paper or through digitization, it is an image of life, and to enlighten means to shine the light on something. And what it means is when you're reading the Bible all sudden Monday. The light bulb comes on in Your Life Ban Whoa I've never seen that before. It's the. Moment you go Whoa I've read that verse a Lotta Time I've never seen that before. That's exactly what I needed. That's exactly what I needed today right now to encourage me to help me to know which way to go, wow! Eureka I found I get it. Yes, I, understand it that. Is Elimination. Now. For many of you, that has never happened in your life. As you've read the Bible, you just read words Blah. Blah Blah, Blah Blah Blah. and. You've never had one of those off. Wow. That's exactly what I needed. I needed that from the Bible. Wow. I always wanted to know what the answer was. And now I know that's aluminum. That's when the batteries included. And you read the revelation, and the spirit does the illumination and you go get it. Some of you that's happened infrequently. where it's happened every once in a while, I'm going to teach you. Today how to make this a regular part of your daily Bible reading. So, that more than just print on a piece of paper. You're going to read the Bible. It's going to come alive. That is a good. That is wonderful and I never saw before and I needed his exact. It's God speaking directly to me when that happens. Your spiritual eyes are open, and that's called illumination now. What actually happens when God opens my spiritual eyes? I want to spend the majority of today's message on that and I'm going to tell you four stories from the Bible that illustrate this, and then at the end. I'm just GONNA very quickly in about five minutes. Give you the five ways to. How how to do this in your life, but let's look first at the benefits. Because when God begins to loom, Nate your mind and you learn how to cooperate with the Holy Spirit all of a sudden. They're all kinds of really cool benefits in your life. You're GonNa want these you might run down number one I when God opens I, Spiritual Eyes when I see feigns as he wants me to see them. I see the solution to my problem. That's the first thing that happens I. See the solution to my problem. Now the story. We're GONNA. Look at is in Genesis Chapter Twenty one. You might write genesis twenty one down. It's the story of Sarah and Abraham. And Hagar and their sons Isaac and Ishmael. Now you know this story that God promised Abraham, that he would be the father of a great nation, the nation of Israel and that God would give him a son to be the heir to this great nation. At Ninety, years of age Abraham still doesn't have a son. This is a problem. And Ram goes. This is a problem and Sarah said you're not kidding. That's the problem. It's big problem, so Sarah comes up with plan. B and Sarah says to Abraham she I'm too old baby. God's promise to give us. Why don't you do this? Why don't you take my assistant? My handmaiden, Hagar and she'll be a surrogate mother, and you have a baby few her. Abram go great idea. Great Idea Sarah, and so Hagar gets pregnant. With Abraham Shop, this is not God's plan this Sarah's plan. But the little baby is born, and he's a beautiful little baby, and they name him Ishmael. And Ishmael begins to grow up, and Abraham holds up Ishmael before God, and says God. You have given me the promised boy. And guys. That's not my plan that Sarah's plan. Now I love fish meal and he's a good kid and I'm gonNA. Make him a great nation to, but he's not the promised miracle boy. Later by a Miracle Sarah does get pregnant and she has a little boy named Isaac. Who becomes the father of the Jewish nation by the way Ishmael becomes the father of the Arab nations. Ishmael is the father of all the Arab nations today. Now Sarah gets upset and she starts getting jealous and she's thinking ish meals a little bit older. He's the first born. He's probably going to get the inheritance. Abraham's go to favor him. And she gets jealous and she kicks out, Hagar and her young baby son. And he says you guys are out here. No longer my assistant, get out of here. And she kicks him out into the desert, and we pick the story up in Genesis Chapter Twenty one verse fourteen. It says this. Early the next morning. Abraham took some food and a skin of water. Canteens that animal skins in those days and gave them to Hagar. and. He set them on her shoulders and he. He sent her off with the boy. He's kicking her out of the House. And she went on her own and wandered in the desert. Wandered in the. Desert Bersheeba. and. When the water in the canteen was gone wrong, she put the little boy Ismael under one of the bushes. And she went off and sat down near by about a bow shot away for she thought I cannot watch this little boy die. They're not only starving to death, they're. They're Donna thirst. They're out in the desert. I cannot watch. This boy died, and as she sat there nearby, she began to sob. This is a very tragic scene. Of Rejection. Now God heard the little boy crying. And the Angel of God called the Hagar from Heaven and he said to her. What's the matter Hagar? Do not be afraid. Goddess heard this little boy, crying allies their lift up the boy, and take him by the hand for I will make him. into a great nation, and he did all the Arab nations came out of Ishmael. Now we pick up the store in verse nineteen on your outline, and it says there then. God opened her eyes circle that phrase. God opened her eyes. and. She saw a well of water. So she went and she filled the skin canteen with water and gave the boy a drink. And as you know, they survived that event and she went on, and Ishmael became the follow father of all the Arabs. Now, here's the point. She had the solution right in front of her this well of water, but she couldn't see it until God opened her eyes illuminated. Her mind hoped her. See it from a different perspective. I. Don't know what problem you're going through right now. But you've got problems in your thought. Frankly I don't see any way around this. There's no answer to it. I can't see the solution. I just looks like one dead end after I cannot see the solution. You need to have your mind illuminated. You need the holy. To enlighten your mind, you need open your spiritual eyes, so you can see the solution in God's word. You're never gonNA. See the solution that you're prob on your own. You've tried and you I. Don't see how we're GONNA. Get Out of this one, but you need to see it from God's point of view and when God opens your eyes, you see the resources that were literally right there in front of you. But you didn't see him. Story number two. The second benefit of having your eyes spiritually open is i. see the barrier to my progress. I not only see the solution to my problems, but I see the barrier to my progress. You have some things you've been wanting to do in your life, and you've been wanting to start a business or start a family. Or get out of debt, or you've had some goal or some dream and you've won one and you been trying to make progress on it, but you just keep up against an invisible wall and I. Don't get it I'm trying the best I. Can I'm doing the best I can. I'm not making any progress. You Need Dab your eyes open your eyes illuminated. The story that gives a good example of this is in numbers. Twenty two. You might write that down numbers twenty two, and it's the story of a guy named Bela Bela. Him was a prophet of God. He was a man of God. But falem decided and agreed to help the bad guys and this tit God off, he goes. Wait a minute Bam. You're supposed to be my representative and you're going to go help the bad guys. And so as Bela starts on his journey to go help the bad guys. God puts an angel in his pathway and blocks his progress. Only bail can't see the angel, and so he doesn't know what's going on, but his barrier to his progress was invisible, and he could not see it. So. He had enough on this journey to go up the bad guys. We pick up the story in verse Twenty Two numbers twenty two. But God was furious that bail 'em was going, so he sent the angel of the Lord to stand in the road block balance way. Now Belem's donkey actually saw the angel. Standing in the road withdrawn sword in the sand, the doggie because he. And the donkey bolted off the road into a field. Out of fear, but Belan beat the donkey and turned it back on. The road is funny. Belan can't see what's going on, but the Tonky, Chan. And he says this angel in the Middle Road with a big sorting because I'm not going there and the donkeys pretty smart. He goes off into the ditch. Belan beat Saddam. He gets angry. It's not the donkeys fault. He can't see what what's out there. So then the second time it says then. The Angel of the Lord stood at the place where the road narrowed. This is the second time the road narrowed between two vineyard wall, so it's getting very narrow. And the angels Lord stood in the middle now, when the donkey saw the angel of the Lord Standing there, it tried to squeeze by the angel. And crashed Bela, foot against the wall. We always get hurt. When we're trying to do something God doesn't want us to do. We always get our foot crushed. We always get hurt and bail. 'EM doesn't see what's going on. belan looks at the dog. Your, why'd you do that? Why'd you run against the wall and break my leg? And he says he beat the donkey again. He's angry. Third Time then the Angel Lord moved farther down the road and stood in the place so narrow that the donkey could not even get by. This time when the donkey saw the angel, it just lay down under them. SMART, donkey. I give he just collapses, and he gives up in a fit of rage. The Bible says Belan. beat it again with the staff. Now, we pick up the story on your outlined in verse, Thirty One. Then the Lord opened, day Lum's is circle. That phrase this is the elimination opened Belem's is and now Bam saw what the problem was. He saw the angel of the Lord standing in the road with his sword drawn. No Way Jose. You're not passing this way. So what does Bailey do now? That is ISO. He bows down low, and he falls down face down. Any worships got. Now that is a very strange, strange strange story. But. Here's the point. You have plans in your life. That aren't working out and you try to go this way, and you get blocked and you try to go this way, and you get blocked and you try to go this way. You get blocked and you're getting mad at everybody else it's. You're mad at your wife. You're mad at your husband. You're beating your donkey. You're taking it out on your kids. You're talking about your your boss behind his back and on and on and on and you're mad at everybody because you can't see what the real problem is God is blocking that issue. 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Sixty, six books by forty authors, and yet we now discover gets an integrated message system from outside our time domain. Welcome to sixty six forty ministry outreach of Cornelia House and Cornelia Institute today's Bible Teachers Dr Chuck Mesler. Connecting the Bible to your life and the world around you in today's study, Dr Mr Continues his teaching on the book of Romans Chapter Five. Not only that we are in tribulations, knowing that tribulation have patients and patients, experience and experience hope see there's a chain-reaction. We go from tribulation. The patients experience. Having endured if To Hope. Interesting to notice. The climax. Of spiritual maturity. Hope. When we get upset. Frustrated. It's a demonstration that we haven't lost our sense of hope. You have hoped those things don't matter. Interesting. The word experiences. Okay me, proven character a proof. A specimen of tried worth is what it means here in terms of experience. And it keeps on producing character. Character produces hope. That's not that's not. That's not a logical obvious thing to think through. The process of maturity. Tribulation worketh braces, and what's here is more by the way more than just the stoical endurance of troubles. You. No, no, that's not what's not. That's not what's in view here. Just toughing it through no. Quite the contrary. If that's what's happening. You're missing the point you missing the opportunity. Although, endurance or steadfastness is the first result. In an outgrowth from distress. Spiritual glorying! Not Bragging spiritual glorying. In afflictions. Knowing from Oita the. Perception that the end product of this chain reaction is hope that soon. You'll do that when you've experienced it. That's a different word. See this is an elegant by this whole thing by the way. Is An elegant rebuttal. To the what we call confessors. The name it and claim it gang. Blab it and grab it guys that are on television. You've all seen them right. You're not wearing a Rolex watch because you have enough faith. You're sick. That's because you don't believe. He Paul had a real problem. He had a thorn in the flesh. If if he lacked faith and I'm in big trouble. No, no those guys have miskin the wealth and the health and wealth guys. Are Tragedy. Because they mislead so many people, and that's in on this particular issue at least. And those promoters shunned this passage. Because this puts puts them to the live, he will process maturity. We have flabby Christians. No pain, no gain is the game right? Isn't that what you grow strength, right? Quits and Carinthia. What Paul's second ribbons? We then as workers together with him, beseech you also that you receive not the grace of God in vain. Can you receive the grace in vain? Absolutely, he said so. Boy Say, if I have heard the in the time accepted an attack the day of salvation. Have I scored? The behold now is the accepted time now is a day of salvation, parenthetical answer, giving offense and anything that the ministry not be blamed off things approving ourselves as. Ministers have God in much patience and afflictions in necessities in distresses in stripes imprisonments. In tumults. Labor's in watchings, fastenings by pureness by knowledge by long-suffering by kindness, by the goes by love on vein by the truth, the truth by the power of God by the arm of righteousness on the right hand on the left. Honor and dishonor by report and good report as deceiver irs true as unknown, and yet well known as dying and behold we live as chastened and not killed. That's the way he's describing the walk. We're dealing with SR four and yet. The rejoicing. As poor yet, making many rich as having nothing and yet possessing all things. That's. Maturity. How do you measure maturity by the presence of hope? Much endurance perseverance to persist in spite of difficulties to keep on keeping on. Okay! Proven character. By the way the root word for the Greek in for that is something engraved. Transitory it's engraved. Get the feeling that. It's permanent. It's etched qualities of moral commitment dependability, self-discipline, fortitude, trustworthy moral fibre is probably a good synonym here. Let's stop for a second? Wait a minute. How many anyone here have no trials? Never experienced any trials. Most of you have I guess how many have experienced trials? Okay I got my got always got hundred percent on that one, okay? Do you ever wonder why Christians trials? About ten reasons. To glorify God. Daniel Three. By refers. Glorify God right. There's other examples. To discipline for known sin, there are times when you have trials as a form of taking you to the which it, but doesn't necessarily mean piles. Job, counter counter example. But there are lots of places where you can find trials as as a disciplined for sin job's three friends. We're sure that was caused there. To prevent us from falling into sin. Sometimes, we'll have a trial to keep us from falling into sin. That's God's. Protective Guidance here. Here's a here's important one to keep us from pride. Sometimes we have trials to keep us from. Pride's best example is Paul Paul. was kept from pride by what he called his thorn in the side. He had some. Authority, Flesh, he had some kind of malady. Come back to the speculations of what it was the main points. He kept praying about this thorn in the flesh she had he had a problem, apparently a medical problem that was an encumbrance on his ministry, and he prayed again and again and again. And God said my grace is sufficient for the and Paul, realized that that trial that stress was God's way of keeping him from being proud. What was that stress apparently by reading carefully as things we. Suspect. That it was an eye problem. In fact, not only have an eyesight problem, but apparently it was. Unattractive Appearance because his friends knew that he had. This is a problem. And? He compensates for it by inserting. English by signing. Signing the document what he added. The writing. He signed it with big hand. Avoid the. Forgery issue and stuff, but anyway his eyes from glaciers four and also. Four fifteen. He makes a reference that makes it sound like his splash was a prom and at the end of thing he also. Signed in a large hand, so we infer. Commonly, thought scholars that, but the main point was. He had this trial. You want to call it that that kept him from pride. He also tries to build your faith. Build your faith. You want the best example that read my wife's book faith in the night seasons. Where dark times. Are brought by God. To dross into intimacy with him. Very, dramatically portrayed in her third of a trilogy series. But. There's more reasons to cause growth. That's what we're dealing here in Romans five its growth process. Teach Obedience and discipline. Acts Nine Philippians Four. To Equip Buster Comfort others. Have you gone through some really tough, maybe a business bankruptcy. That might be train. You help others that are in business bankruptcy. Have you lost child? Maybe, that's to train you to comfort someone who's lost a child. Some, maybe stepping on sensitive does here, but the point is the trial you may have endured may be for that purpose. God training you to be effective. There are some kinds of counseling and ministries. It makes it's useless unless you've been there. You know what I'm talking about. To, prove the reality of Christ in. By No. It's for witness in effect. And there's even one in in the scripture as a testimony to the angels. Do. You realize the angels. Can't see ahead. God has that he's the from beginning. Angels Don't necessarily I'm glad they don't. Satan's angel. He can't have capability. Arche was the he was. He was the boss. They don't have that skill. We get clues in the scripture that the angels in heaven. Discover God's plan by watching. It unfold with us. The talks about the. Certain things that are going that the angels desire to look into you sort of get the impression. They're up in the MEZZANINE watching with fascination. ooh, yeah, Oh, now I get it. Yeah, you know. Unless you get to James. You all know. James couple of versus people I think it was well known my brethren. Count it all joy when you fall in the divers, temptations of trials. Knowing this the trying of your faith, work patients and let patients have her perfect worker completed work that Ye may be complete an entire wanting nothing. So when you have. Problems count it all joy. Now Christians will use that almost as a sarcastic phrase. When we have a real say you got a flat tire. Oh, well, count it all joy. We kid about it a little bit, but we're supposed to do that. You know when you get that. Blow out on the freeway. Well God must have some purpose here. And you just trust him right? Okay. Let's keep going here. Now the highest when you see we're, we're supposed to be maturing and faith. WHAT'S THE END product? What's I often said? And I'm here. I often said the way you tell how mature you are. How much do you measure maturity by? Do you hate you hate sin as much as God does. God. Love the center we get it backwards. We, love sin. Violence on television. We love we hate, center. Backwards. Get it backwards. God hates sin, but loves center. The highest form attorney isn't what I've said many times. How Much Do you hate sin? That is something worth understanding the highest form maturity is to measure your hope. If your hope is complete. You won't get any frustrate. You won't have any frustrations. Conference in the future over the president's. What hope is confidence in the future over the present? We have confidence. You may not know what the future is, but do you have confidence in the future? That's called. It's faith that's aimed at future things. You're going to have faith in terms of pass things. I, believe Jesus. Christ Zion! Indeed I mean I can think of all kinds of statements I could make that I. Have Faith in no faith aimed at future, things would be called. Relax hope in the future frets over the least circumstances. I'd be embarrassed if you knew how often. I lose my temper. Over inanimate objects. A drawer that sticks something that spills when I didn't intend it to. And I get upset. But what is I watched? My auntie I think about my antics. What really makes them stupid? and. There's probably some other additives in there. We're talking about inanimate objects. Now if I get upset with a personal different thing and that problem is. A lot listen everyone that that's something I think overcoming but. I still. Get upset. With a stuck zipper or jam door or something, and I'm in a hurry, and that is those that means I not trust in the future. A lack it is in effect. The bottom line I'll of hope. It's a lack of trust a future. Reading. Frustrations, which I'm guilty of often. Straight A lack of perspective. A real perspective you bother. Nobody. And often after thing over, stand back, you laugh at yourself. Why wasn't that stupid? Yeah was. You should have joined difficult circumstances troubles. That's the netball. Difficulties can be are used by God to develop proven character. Proven character. Let's go on and hope make if not ashamed, because the love of God has shed abroad in our hearts by the Holy Ghost, which is given to us, the shame here's using the sense of disappoint. Put to shame, because of disappointment is perhaps the right way to say in especially in unfulfilled promises. Ashamed in. In Con-. Crashed with hope. And Lots of verses that deal with it. The love of because the love of God is shed abroad. The love of God hears used in this subjective genitive case, which means it's the ability to comprehend the love that he has for us. That's really what's implied here bras to comprehend. The love this there. And Shat broader poured out. Maybe another way to say, that's the perfect tense which means keep on. Yes, you've done it, but continues as the idea. Is Given. That's in the tense because that's once and for all, that's given once and for all, but it continues. On that's that's the flavor of the Greek infants. The Holy Spirit's mentioned here for the first time in Paul's epistle. And he's going to mention it twenty times. In this crescendo that we're anticipating in Romans Eight. Romans eight is the high ground. That's what we're working. That's where we're earning. Our way up to is to really save at enjoy this climax Romans chapter, eight and enrollment chapter eight. The Holy Spirit mentioned twenty times interesting contrast. Now the Ministry of the Holy Spirit is the seal of God. We're going to start looking at the logic. I'm using logic here in computer since. Bouillon, the logic of This Ministry of the Holy Spirit. Is the Seal of God and what does the seal? Something is intended to be never broken. Never broken. Holy Spirit is the commitment. The earnest our earnest money down payment to bargain. It's the down payment of their inheritance glory. That's what the. Holy Spirit is. Each believer has the spirit of Christ. We're GONNA. See that hammered and Romans eight when we get there. Everyone of you. Even if you're not speaking in tongues. Okay, that's a footnote. One I'm talking about check. First Corinthians twelve thirteen and fourteen, but then we move on you, and is in dwelt by the whole you. If you are a believer, he is in dwelling you. May may not be a lot of evidence of that. You may be very successfully throttled fraud, alling any outward. Bowing of that? But it's there. And you got to do with it. There is a shakeup coming. We need to have our priorities straight. Knock with our eyes on the world. One of the things we emphasize in the Inner Cornelia. toot is the car track. We have the BEREA track. We studied the word of God. Exposition verse by verse, and that's the backbone of it. But the extra track is where we try to understand like sons of his car understand the Times. The tools. There are very different, not dealing with truth like the Bible. We're dealing with disinformation misinformation bias that we is. That's inherent in the information. It's available to US nevertheless through all that are trying to understand what really is true. What is really happening? As we do that. We want to do that for stewardship on on the other hand. Want to be very careful as we do that not to have our eyes on the world. But on him. Anyway getting back. This persecution is a catalyst Christian growth. And the body of Christ. is going to have an tremendous opportunity for growth. In the next few years. The complacency and the apathy that has characterized the last few decades is going to evaporate before is. For lots of different reasons. And, people who have been apathetic or complacent. are suddenly going to be awoken. And Searching for answers. And God's calling you to be prepared. To give them those answers. That's what the third commandment is all about. Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord God in vain. It's talking about Ambassadorship, not vocabulary. That's not about swearing. That's about ambassadorship. If you're going to take on the name of the king, which I think most of you, raise your hand, so you are. Then you better be prepared to represent that king competently and faithfully. because. Persecution is coming as a catalyst for Christian growth. That's GONNA. There's going to be exciting times if you have your focus on the right things. The blessed hope. Hope of his appearing. Now pressures. Should lead to exultation as character grows. That's what James Means that you should count it all joy. Hope is simply the certainty. You have about God's promises for the future. Do you believe him then if so rejoice? I'm so worried about Israel the bombers of the rockets in the death. Hey, he that keeps Israel either slumber sleep I. Don't worry about Israel 'cause. God's hand is on them. I do worry about America. For lots of reasons. Let's continue for six, and when we were yet without strength in due time, Christ died for the ungodly. That's amazing. He died for the ungodly now. If anyone's a communist here, my apologies to you. Died for the ungodly? He died for all men. He only died for those who say that's a calvinistic idea, this biblical. That doesn't mean the wrong about everything, but the wrong about that. He died for everybody. Is Not Willing that any should perish, but that all come to repentance. It wasn't limited. There's no limited atonement. None the Bible. When we were yet without strength in due time, Christ died for whom? ME. The ungodly. The four is like one of these. Therefore, it's the logical connector. Show how great that love is! And it's here's glove. The greatness of his love is substantiated by the kind of people died for undeserving. Totally undeserving. Helpless. That's where you can do nothing to help yourself absolutely nothing not even a little. You can't assist the process. And the ungodly means. Incompatible. And at the right time, everything was done at the right time, not not late at right time. DUDAS DID NOT PLAN TO BE Christ that night. Because, they had planned not to do on a feast dave fear of the Romans. It happened that night. Because Christ, made it happen at night because he announces it. Betray me. The words out. It's like saying it's like saying to do this. Fisher cut bait. Now's your point if you're going to do what you gotTA. Do it now you WanNa have a choice. But you do do quickly. Split. Make Arrangements. They hadn't made the arrangement. That's why there's go seventy so long. There's a lot going on behind the scenes to make it all happen. Into House us all taught is taught by sacrifices, which in the past and the autism are like a passion, play the sacrifices sacrifices, and all that stuff was a foreshadowing of the cross. was going to be are they're going to be sacrificed the millennium absolutely? They'll, be celebrations, rather, than. After the fact, rather than celebrations before the fact, strangely enough, the passion play of incidental. Passions is like Psalm twenty two passages like Isaiah fifty three, which is written seven hundred fifty years before the fact. Or Day you'll nine which lays down precisely virtually five centuries before the fact forty three years earlier. All taught taught by scripture. And taught by the enactment taught by the festivals, the seven piece of Moses lay it all out P. H. Y. Christian wants to understand what's behind all of those, but what's over? What's everything's four-time written for our learning? Paul tells us tell us that later rooms fifteen. Let's go on. We're scarcely. were, scarcely for a righteous man. We'll one die. There's very few people really deserve. They deserve to be died for you. Don't normally volunteer for that sort of thing. Yet per adventure for a good man, some would even dare to die. And they have. Our soldiers. Have stood up to be counted. Willingness to give their life for this country. They may not realize that they have picked up the obligation to do that for the UN. And had a big debate. At the Naval Academy homecoming a few months ago with the leadership there. And you try to explain to me how they rationalize an oath of office for the Constitution means you're subject to the UN. And this is if that's the case I wouldn't let my kids go to the academy's. Very anyway, we had a little tiff about that, but the point is. Let's move on here. This is in contrast by the way to human thinking. The highest expression of human love God's love. Is there anyone that you die for. You could probably list less number on one hand I'm sure. Turn it around. The are any of those willing to die for you? That might make the number even smaller and. Rosa but God commanded his love towards us in that while we were yet sinners Christ died for us. Christ died for you before. You were a good guy. Assuming you ever work okay? Commander, Soon as stay Oh. Is The word actually minute demonstrates proven action, not words in action. That's what the word commended there in the Greek means. While centers. The word means defiantly rebel against scorn. Rebelling against God with scorn US game. Then, we get one of the many much Moore's. This is the first of a whole series of much. Moore's Paul loves that phrased much more than much more than. Much more than being now justified by his blood. That's what we're justified by. We'll come back to this. All this is all about justification. We shall be saved from wrath through him. You, don't want Rath. Trust me. What can be more than this fact. His blood already. There's nothing more valuable more effective. For your benefit and the blood of Jesus Christ That overshadows. Anything, you may have done. What about the NASA in the old, testament. Blood from border to border shed at his with his rampages. You've got forgave him before it was over, even him. Justify? Let me by justified justification. Fancy word means declared righteous. You're not righteous yet. But before the throne of God, you're declared righteous. You've got that label. Declared innocent. Well, that's okay. You're declared innocent. Really. Great I'll take it I'll take it. Ties to the first thing you know. I I think. How then can one ever? One say be lost. If that's what saved you. Can you lose your salvation? There are a lot of people around and say you can once. You've got to preserve your salvation. People say that do not understand the pauline definition of salvation. Because if you're saved, you're born again. HOW BECOME UNBORN? Once you're born again. You might not be what you should be. But you're still born again. There's a whole nother issue. We're going to get to call sanctification a whole different story. Not Worry about right now. How can one ever one save be lost answer you can't be. because. You're saved through him not us. You've been listening to sixty six forty. The ministry outreach of Cornea House and quantity institute. Today's Bible teacher was Dr Check Mesler teaching through the book of Romans for a complete listing of resources available. Please visit K House Dot Org. You can also call us on one. Eight, hundred K. House, one to learn more about Conan Institute, please. Visit Corny Institute Dot Org. 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This world is a hostile place. We hear of it every day. We suck in our breath. But we also acknowledge our father that this is your world. You were carrying out your purposes in it in through it. You are in sovereign. Control it. In spite of the evil that exists. Our God is in the heavens. He does what he pleases. So teach us to live. In the tension of an Evil World Remembering that all things occur out of your plan and purpose. Though much of it doesn't make sense in this life. We realize when we are with you. It will all come together. I pray for those among us. Who are either themselves rebels on the run. For they have in their family one. Who is in that category? Speak in a very special way. To those on this occasion. As we learn from the truth of a story, our Savior told. which is timeless as it is true? For a stirring stirring reminder, this is our father. Of all of us. In our journey. On this earth. How we can easily identify with this boy. And how great it is to witness. The grace of a father. To welcome him back. And not only to forgive him. But to restore him. To a place of Significance, dignity. In the home and family, I pray for all those today WHO. At this very moment. Find themselves distant from you? And I asked that you would draw them to yourself. As only you can do. I pray also. God for every father in this place. And for the role he fills. Not simply in the life of his family and his children, but In his community. And in this world has lost its way. I pray that you would raise up godly men. From our midst. And use them. In significant ways, not just fathers, but all men. And I pray that you would cause this world to realize. You can do in the life of an individual wholly. Dedicated to you! Speak to us in whatever area of need we may have this day. And bring encouragement and hope especially those. Who are broken. And Bruised? And lost? is in the name of Jesus our. Savior, WHOM WE WORSHIP TODAY! And all God's people said. Amen. You're listening to insight for living. To search the scriptures with chuck swindle, be sure to download his searching the scriptures studies by going to insight world. Dot Org Slash Studies. And now the message called win. The funds stops for parents. When rebellion occurs. It isn't cute or humorous. Or just the stage. It isn't an idol matter that we cast off his. Active mischievousness. When it reaches the place where there is no room for correction or reason or negotiation or council, when other children are being negatively affected by the rebel in the home. Making the family miserable. It's time to release. To the consequences that will follow. That's at the heart of the story. Jesus tells the Fifteenth Chapter of Luke. If you carry a Bible with red letters, you will see all of the stories in Red Jesus is telling this story. Because there is no proper name. It may very well have been another parable, an imaginary story on the other hand wonders if Jesus knew a family who has gone through this. and rather than embarrassing the family by giving names, he simply tells the story tells the story of the family. This family is soon to be in pain. Because the father has to exert tough love. Here's the story not just of a prodigal son, but of a very wise as And secure father. We read the story beginning at verse eleven where the man really has two sons. And you need to understand ethnically and culturally. In that day. In a Jewish home the father's inheritance. would be passed along to his two sons if there were just two two thirds to the older and a third, the younger, it would happen either when he retires. Or when the man dies. And it was possible for a father simply to act on it. When neither had occurred so that before retirement or perhaps at a given time when the children reach a certain age, the inheritance is then given to the children. In this case, the younger son is the one who steps up and rather impudently says in so many words Gimme my inheritance now dead. So without an argument without a sermon. We read, he divided his wealth between them, so the older son gets two thirds and. This young rebel gets a third the next several words. Me when I read not many days later. The younger son gathered everything in went to a distant country. Before we go further, let me mention that. Probably, it was gentle country. Because of the mention of swine, later on swine never found anywhere near a Jewish home. So he went a long ways away. He doesn't need his dad or his dad's friends or somebody. The dead may send to spy on things in his way. He wants to get get alley here. And often follows the decision of a prodigal. He needs a few secrets. that. Nobody else needs to know of after all I'm old enough to handle it and I've got the money to finance it. So he goes to a distant country and they're. Jesus says he squandered. His estate with loose living. He probably started by picking out a brand, new, red and gold chariot with special chrome wheels. That'll work about stallions that to pull it. Make you feel like a hotshot. Way to a distant country, and he looks the part before long. Other people know he's got money and he finds his real. Find Pad with a nice view of the water outside. And before long he's got his apartment full of friends that love to eat drink and be merry along with some women that will do whatever he wants them to do with him, and his passions kick into high gear, his companions or fast and shallow. Ms Appetites are clearly out of control. His money. Finally runs out. And his friends bail on him. The laughter fades to silence and before long. He can't make the payments on his apartment. In life gets tough and wouldn't you know it? Recession hits. We're familiar with those, aren't we? And in this case, if called a feminine. And we're not familiar with that. We maybe someday. There's nothing to eat. There's nothing to buy even if he had the money. And you realizes for the first time. That proverb is father quoted to him is true. The way of the transgressor is hard. Proverbs Thirteen, fifteen and thirteen eighteen poverty shame become to him who lacks disciplined. All of that comes home to roost. If you've ever been there, you don't need any further explanation. Not only does he have the presence of those proverbs in his mind, he's now facing the absence of the one who had met the most to him in his life. His father. The absence of his father. is almost more than he can bear. Is a no look what statement. Right here in this story. At the end of verse fourteen. He began to be. impoverished. The Greek word means to be completely deficient. To lack to come short of. And what made matters worse. He had no one to blame but himself. Where did that money go? That sounds like that proper. My Dad used to quote me. Richest make themselves wings. They fly away as an eagle toward heaven. Dollars Go. We're always shekels go. And I'm hungry tonight. The story unfolds in such a way that. We are intrigued. He went and hired himself out to one of the citizens of that country. Who sent him into his fields. To feed swine. Really. You being gentiles can't appreciate it, but if you're Jewish you know exactly. Exactly how degrading that job was knee-deep in pig, slop and excrement. What an awful job to go to every day along with a stomach. That doesn't stop growling. The, loneliness that follows every night. And I notice at the end diverse sixteen after saying he would gladly beaten what the pigs eight, but nobody gave him anything. And eating. and. You know what else is eloquent. The absence of the father. No messages are being sent from home. No little gifts with more money. Not even speiser around to tell the father how things are going. Here's on his own. He is up against it. That is exactly what he needed exactly what it would take. The father knew then. And here he is this pigsty. and every night going to bed hungry. And suddenly listen to it. A light goes on. We read in verse Seventeen. He came to his senses. I appearance come to me and tell me the tragic story of what their son or daughter is going through their great temptation to go and relieve them, because after all the girl is now turn to prostitution, and the boy also was selling his body. And some awful scene in the back alleys of the big city. And I've had those people come to me, too. And their story. Would shocked. What, they're willing to do just to be able to put food in their stomach. He came to his. You know what that tells me. Listen closely. He's been out of his senses. I tell parents who are at wit's end. What is going on is a temporary insanity. You WanNa reason with your son, but there's no room to reason you WanNa Council with your daughter, but there's no ear to hear the council. said the and I have a friend in his life that happened. And the young woman became a prostitute in Los Angeles. As a matter of fact before she came to an end of herself. A friend went to plead with her to come back to her husband and to her children. And she refuses. There is an insanity that accompanies this kind of lifestyle. Rebellion is as the sin of divination. Insubordination. It is idolatry. It captivates you. It holds you. Would you finally come to? Your senses was boy. When he came to, his senses began to talk to himself. How many of my father's hard man have more than enough bread and I'm dying year with hunger. He's remembering back. He remembers how much food was even left on the table after the meals. He remembers that the hard surface. Got More than he will ever get living worries living. And, the memory of all of that foles on him and he says I. Am here I dying with hunger? With! US In dire straits. Man Pause here and warned any parent. Listening right now. Do not rush to their rescue. Do not go. Do not check up. Do. Not Wait for them for Christmas. Do, not celebrate the birthday in begged him to come back for it. Let Them Go. Let, them go. And in the loneliness and ache of the hunger and the misery. Wake Up. This temporary insanity. If you're not careful, we'll make you a little crazy. It may take your child failing in school being expelled from school getting arrested spending time in a prison. Living in the streets of abuse and perversion. It may result in the child getting a sexually transmitted disease. Years of aloneness. And attempted suicide. And you wait. You pray. That they will come to their senses. Not until the young adult hurts enough. Will, that young man or woman come to the census? Let Them Go. Leave them alone. Would stop praying. You weep. You will twist and turn and bid you will. You'll get sick. I've been there. And some of you are there. None of what I share today is theoretical. What a boy doesn't know is that the father was up day and night praying. Pouring out his heart, asking God to bring his son to his census. Years ago. That I've used on occasion, pain plants the flag of reality in the fortress of a rebel heart. Pain plants the flag of reality. In the fortress of a rebel heart. The flag has been planted. The light comes on. The scene that follows is one of the great scenes of restoration. My Love it every time I read it. It speaks to me in a fresh way. He came to his senses. Verse Seventeen and what happens well. He thinks now very realistically. Life does seem that much fun that far away from home. Hunger is never enjoyable. and. Friends like that WHO needs them? Now that he's come back to his senses verse eighteen. We'll get up and go to my father and I will away way way way. Look at that look at. Not I will get up and go back to my room. No, it's not the Ruby is going back to get up and go back to my home where there's more than the winter in, and there's a cool breeze in the summer. No, no I'm not going back to my home. Well we'll get go back to my friends my. Neither one I will go back timidly Fath- I will go back to the one with whom I had that relationship a love that. Go back my dead. Who had that talk with me? Those few hours before I split I'll go back to my foot. There isn't even the thought that he can't. He knows is dead. He knows his dad loves him. That love never stops by the way it goes on and on even even. When it is spurned. Knows how many restless nights the dead spent! Praying himself through the wee hours of the morning. Who knows how often he went out early in the morning in the missed dawn, and looked out from the porch at that horizon to see if there might be his boy. There are not worse to describe the heart ache. And the tension. Between the love of a father. And the better judgement. Of this wise man. So the voices I'll get up and go to my father, and so we practices speech is what I'm going to say. Father I've sinned against heaven in your side. I'm no longer worthy to be called your son. Make me as one of your hard men. There's shame and guilt dripping from that statement. I am so unworthy I'm so undeserving yearly Oh me a roof over my head, but if you will please grant me a place back in the shed where the hired servants are just. Just that. So much better than. This. That's what I'll do. Verse Twenty. So good. Love to preach. This is our moment right now, folks. This is the moment, so he got up and he came to his own, nope Cable News Neighborhood Nope came to his room, came to his father came to his father, his father. His father. And while he was still a long way off there. He is on the porch. That's. What he does love. Long ways off his father saw him and felt compassion. Look at the first response rather than on a show that never I'm gonNA. Put Him in a corner for the next three years. He going to be on probation for at least six months before he gets any food from my table. No, no, no, there's grease in the story. The father filled compression for many ran and embraced him. As parents, it's a temptation to rescue the prodigal rather than waiting patiently and allowing pain to do its work. You're listening to insight for living and Chuck's Wendell. Study Luke fifteen titled when the fun stops for parents. To learn more about this ministry visit US online at insight world, Dot Org. Chart here with an important closing comment, but I as we conclude another week of Bible study together I'll take a moment to tell you how much it means to chuck, and all of us insight for living whenever we receive your feedback, we know that you have lots of extra pressure on your household right now with the global pandemic demanding so much attention, but even so we're thrilled to hear that insight for living continues to fill a void for many who have little access to practical, Bible teaching. 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Playing Philip say check this out of you, us. Father. Five fifty five. Sensory that late last night. Just, beautiful. To me, man, that's like a Phillips as wrote a for his father, and then Mikey sends it to me his. Dad, I'm serious. Admit look at this kid play by the grace of God by the grace of God Almighty. There's so many good things happening like that with our children, our grandchildren so many great things happening in the United States so many important things that they president of. Of the United States is doing going up against China. After we got this virus spirit upon us, you know, and then there's those forces that WanNa take us down and that's all the press concentrates on. We're we're good people. You're a good person and I thank you for listening to the show. I got to tell you what Omaha how much I love you and respect you for. Listening to us, but just forgetting it, you get it and I. Know and see I. Don't know that they'll. They'll never give us the numbers. Because then they'll have to give us more money. I guess But, but all around the country people are listening and I love you for that and thank you right. They listen online, everybody and we're all together. We understand that we have the same mindset and all we are good decent God, fearing people who believe in the United States of America we feel for the horrors that can happen like what happened to George Floyd we feel it. It sears our heart. We understand you know why because our families went through. The same thing may don't tell me they didn't they did. When the when when it's eighteen, ninety, one in America and the Sicilians came from and I only use the analogy for ties I'm Italian, so I understand it. and. It just breaks my heart. I think about Sicilians go to New Orleans beautiful city of New Orleans, and then a police officials murdered who they blamed the guineas. The WOP's the day the garlic eaters. Oh those Italians those lowlifes a-. Know and so what they do. What did they do while Joe? It's not like the same. You don't understand where we're going through but we do because they lynched. I'm Lynn posts about a dozen times. They you hung them. The. Broke into the jail where these Italians were broke through, the jails broke through. It was mob violence and a hung, almost a dozen Italian Americans, Americans citizens, and the, and and who did absolutely nothing. And now I. have. We come far much farther than that. That's why I understand the hate. I understand the discrimination I understand it. You. You know but I continue to blame everybody. How are we supposed to as a tiny go? Those wasps! You know we do joke about the laws I think Goliath. The country. Club wasps look at the white pads. That Mitt Romney's. You know they. Oh, why these people you know they better log. You know we joke about that. That's my always my on my heart always leans to the you know the ethnicity of the United. States. And I always tell you that is the foundation of the United States of America. The mosaic that is the foundation of the United States from all walks of life. All lifestyles I don't care what Trans you are. What lifestyle I don't care what you believe in I. Don't Care I. Love You I love you anyway, we're. We're all brothers and sisters in this together, but when you have an outside force, and they utilize the downtrodden in our society, who have been you know persecuted and the taken incident like what happened to poor joy, Floyd and a horrific reprehensible agree GIS via incident like the murder of George Foot. Then and they use that for their own power. That's sick man. That is sick. That's sick. Someone's in power and they're paying these protesters and using this guy's death. This name would say about it. People buy it. They buy it. Yeah Oh. Yes, the white man! Oh, yeah, the White, man. One kicking someone, please step back for a second taken overview this and see that you're being used useful. Like useful. That's the term that the US. So the Socialists can take over the country. It's a concerted effort united seed clear as day. It's like the corona virus. There's no cure for it. You can't deal with it. excuse me. We Dr Steven Greer on three months ago I have a friend in the pharmaceutical business Domi, almost four or five six months ago that the covert you could deal with the covert. If you get the right cocktail, you'll be able to set it. Joe I took. I took that hydroxy clerk when. Cleared up everything today. I took rim to Rim Desa. Fear got rid of it and it, but why? Why are they stopping these drugs? Why are they stopping drugs? Did they indeed make an investment in the vaccine, and it's all that they can make more billions and billions of dollars. Please please you understand. Thank thank you for getting it and we will get through it i. just wish and I don't know how we could do as people. You just gotTa. Keep electing the right people and and you gotTa make sure that this presents stays in power. Show me somebody better. Don't talk to me. How can you vote for Donald Trump? Show me somebody. Somebody better, you guys. I'm listening. I am objective enough to listen I understand the criticisms. Show me somebody better. You know you get somebody like Tulsi Gabbard who looked like she might have been able to win on the buried Herman, even pretty sanders at least Bernie a I mean. Yes, you could. He was so mean, and he got so meaning grumpy Grouchy, you know. Of Brooklyn Bernie, but he believes a socialist. He's a communist. He's a communist and he is what he is Joe and put your mind to know what the heck he is and being funny. It's sad, because Joe, Biden is a nice man. He really is but the poor guy i. feel bad for him. You know and listen. We're all going to be there, so mean I'm not making fun of him. I'm just saying this guy you for president. Please please and then you want these tyrants that are running new. York New Jersey except Phil. Murphy's a Nice Guy. I'm not I'm. I'm not feeling that warmth from the other politicians in the Tri State area sure am not and I would just love for once for Governor Cuomo and for Manta Blasios to join together. You know it's so funny because we always joke in the you know the inside Joe Fourteen Americans were always fighting. You know you look at me the wrong way. I'm not gonNA, talk to you for seven years, and it's so true. It's I mean it's so true i. keep telling me about my uncle. They played. They're playing Pinochle somebody played. The wrong car didn't talk for seven years yeah. Jacket clubs. Put a jacket club you blade. Didn't talk for seventy. So it Talion, so you got the Blasios. Your cuomo positives really not Italian, but he's got the vowed the end of his name. 'cause they join together walk with with the Police Department. Please with the New York Police Department. Walk on link arms with men and women in uniform and say bags or NYPD. Bay Frankie. You know you've got to ask you go to Frank. Moreno, what's happening with Rosenstein Stein a big a big news day yesterday? In that regard? Yeah, so the the former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. Afford testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee yesterday, and he said a lot because he was up there a while, but he essentially said that he does not regret appointing Robert Mueller as the independent counsel to investigate, and he defended that appointment spent a Lotta time defending the appointment, but he did acknowledge some significant problems with. With the F. B. I.'s handling of the Russia probe. He said if he had had some of the information that we subsequently learned was true. He would not have signed off on the on the FIS a warrant request for a Carter paid the surveillance request on Carter page, so that was that was interesting, and he said in response to a question from Lindsay Graham that as of August twenty seventeen. It was very clear that there was absolutely no collusion between the trump campaign, and the Russians, and he agreed with that statement And that Lee begs the question. What did we then do for the next year and a half I mean if you have the guy that was at the head of the Justice Department because Jeff sessions recused himself, saying that he was very clear that there was no collusion. Why did we waste all this time and effort and money for the next year and a half on this on this Russia probe, but he defended the Muller appointment and It was it was interesting. I think it'll be interesting to see what becomes of this. So what happens though it's sort the end. To this with you know what I'm saying. Jerry commit sackler I'm saying I'm saying. We know the mother pro was a hoax. It was an embarrassment and politicians should be held accountable. I always say if you're GONNA. Start a a rogue kind of investigation like that with like the mullet Bro, you should personally be responsible for the finances of it because that's not why people vote to put you into office, so and so now we found out. We knew how corrupt this is. Because look what's happening. It's unfolding. It's GonNa. Be Great. What's happening on on Capitol Hill? and. Is Anybody going to jail for this? Question I mean apparently US attorney John Durham is looking into this criminally in terms of criminal investigation. I'm skeptical. I don't think you'll see this i. mean so Rosenstein who he was not there for the beginning of the Russia probe that was James Komi and Sally Yates, but he did. Sign off on the third renewal of this is a court warrant for for Carter. Page now Carter page is life was totally disrupted by this Russia probe I mean. What good does it do him now to hear? Rod Rosenstein say yeah, we shouldn't have signed off on. Tapping all your phones and monitoring all your communications and damaging your reputation publicly I mean what good does that do for to Carter page now I, I really I really I. Don't know I mean the lesson that I hope everybody can learn from this and I have no confidence that anybody will is that our criminal justice system and our intelligence agencies are seriously in need of reform. But I've no confidence that that's going to happen because if you say that you're just viewed as this, this trump partisan and A meeting of the minds now forget about the fact that so many of the people that were critical of prosecutorial overreach during the Bush administration's were were liberal and several -Tarian. Where are they now I? mean the what happened here with this Russia gate hoax. It is a hoax, and it's now been proven, and it's been documented by the inspector general and the F. B. I. that they didn't even follow their. Their own rules I mean it's. It's absolutely insane, and every American should be upset with this, and it really bothers me that only trump supporters seemed to be upset with this because they went after trump, everybody should be upset that none of our most basic rights due process were were followed here and in the Flynn probe even more so we'll see where it goes but I'm not terribly optimistic. Stay with me on this Joe Piscopo Frank Marino alga Tuullo down at liberty. University be shout out to the journey radio station, Eighty eight point one owned by Liberty University and broadcasting from down here I don't understand it because I am from the sixties and I saw it go through, and I'll say thousand times you know and I understand the racial prejudice understand the frustration, but then I'm really here. It's like it's an. This friend, this is a very liberal Fred. I'm not mentioned her name, but I see it goes. I 'cause I. Don't understand what they're protesting for. The I understand they're being used, and they are useful idiots. These protesters are useful idiots I understand. There's an army maybe backed by the way far left. There's army that they put rocks and bottles and objects to go after police officers I say they don't want. Please because they WANNA take over the country. It's as simple as that that I understand but good. People tax, paying citizens who happen to be Democrats are buying this. WHAT SYSTEMIC RACISM! It goes. We need to continue protesting and start taking him reading this on instagram. Start taking action to up end, racial injustice and suffocate racism. Instead of so, what what? What are we doing, somebody? No one's explained to me. What is the problem? Why? Why is it? WHY ARE TO BLAME WHY? What are we doing as a country? And then they blame you? Get get the heat out of the White House. This president, the more for the black community. Look at the facts look at the fact, the first step back is such a liberal, far left concept, the president of the United States passed it Dow, people out of prison and get back into society. And where was Barack Obama? What did he do? All these Democrats that voted for Barack Obama has the first black president. Why if there was racial injustice systemic racism? Why didn't Barack Obama handle it? Why didn't he go city to city? Like I've said it thousand times open collar grid it down. You can do it. Secret Service locks down walk the streets two o'clock in the morning like I have personally just because I care about the cities that are in the Great State of New Jersey and I would walk Camden and my goodness. Goodness Gracious! That looked like Afghanistan. Kids on bikes selling drugs corner to corner back in the day Barack. Obama could've changed it. He could've changed it. He was a great eight was a great role model in that regard, and he did nothing and these Democrats are now blaming this president. Play me everything else when you had it in the palm of your an to change racial injustice. Right there you got. You got someone elected and Barack. Obama any did nothing, but they just let that go. I'm so tired of hearing about it's not. You. You're blaming the wrong. People's what I'm saying. We are God fearing people who believe in the United States of America. Who Feel for you who understand how agreed is horrific? This death of George Floyd is GonNa. BLAME ME, don't blame. My Fellow Neighbors Block NY. Don't blame the people who believe in this country don't blame. The White House blamed the leaders that are in these communities, and they're all progressive socialist. Democrats and a lot of them are African American and if I'm Italian and someone's going to do something like like governor. CUOMO, get heat. If I criticized Dr. Felt Gee. If I criticized the Andrew Cuomo why the Italians Calm Joe you know, you gotta lay off the Diane's but. But I'm not, GONNA. I'm not, GonNa vote for these people be Italian or not I'm not gonNA over the people 'cause they're not helping. Might people there so outon far left field? I don't know what they believe in anymore, so you gotta do the right thing. Stop blaming. Stop this mantra from the sixties. Socialist you know, be S. I'm watching my language here. Oh, Lord, and you know these are bright, smart people and they by this by this school eight. They drink the goal aid. You have the ability to change it. Jet The big corporations that are now doing Tuesday blackout that are now nearing. Yes, we support that are using poster child. You know the Col- Colin Kaepernick. Nike Hey Nike. Go to East Saint Louis Illinois the most dangerous city in America, and build a plant there and I missing something here, I eight, seven, seven, thousand, seven, hundred, twenty, nine, ninety, nine. It's Joe on the radio. We gotTA Commissioner Mark We've been a break. I WANNA. Make time for a commissioner Morgan coming up acting commissioner of the US, customs and Border Protection. Of kind enough to join US and John. Cats invitees as well this hour. Joe PISCOPO radio. There's W. She's got traffic on. Am Nights Seventy the answer? Joey see some problems here on sunrise highway eastbound getting toward Hampton Bays. It's an accident. Also the L. I. E. Eastbound Deer Park, avenue disabled vehicle ally. Westbound servicer at a motor parkway, getting reports of a three car accident. It's busy on the Degan Degan. Northbound rate of the Cross Bronx, a collision westbound Bruckner at the Bronx River Parkway an accident being cleared in Brooklyn over on. 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Now we appreciate your work and all the fine work that you're doing commissioner and I think a lot of Americans may not exactly a realize what the PB has been doing through these riots in DC, but you've actually been playing a key role sir. Tell us what your agency has been doing, please. Appreciate that and enjoy. It's not just here in DC and I I. Do want you listen to know that book this is. I think it's important to put IT IN CONTEXT TO A. You know a law enforcement officer across this country. Look. We were united that that the death of George Floyd was tragic, and those that are responsible should be held accountable and I think here's. What's important to as we are to point out there is. We are assisting our law enforcement partners out there. We also are completely united in supporting and protecting everyone's right. Right to protest but JOE as as has been discussed lately. That's gotta be done lawfully, and that's gotTa. Be Done peacefully, but that's not what we're seeing happening across the country. We're seeing what what starts out. As a peaceful lawful protests that have been hijacked and cities across this nation. They've turned into anarchy and lawlessness. We we're. We're seeing police officers shot. Shot at stabbed beaten up run over. In fact, there was a federal protective service officer and Oakland to that were shot and one died. So what we're doing right now, CB is we're we're do point in cities all across this country to help not only federal agencies, but also local state, law, enforcement, officers and police departments that are asking for help and I'm proud Joe. I'm proud to say that that we mobilized just here in DC, over four hundred and fifty customs and Border Protection Officers in agents that are once again stepping up to protect them the decisions of this country. Yeah. Thanks for doing. It's just so bizarre commissioner. We're looking at it. I try to break it down. I try to be as objective as I get. It is so bizarre at. Don't co after law enforcement in look. What happened in Brooklyn last night you? Getting police officer shot and stabbed. What's going by the way just to be clear? Half things calmed down in DC sir. So. It's it's. It's hard to really quantify that. Have we seen the the the overall levels of violence decrease? Yes, but it's. It's still not completely peaceful. Well, we're. We're still having a degree of lawlessness. We're still having people out there. I mean there are still a officers got injured last night. and there are still individuals out there even in DC that are trying to hijack what is otherwise peaceful protests. and we've got to stop that we can't look. Look I don't want to go too far. You know on the the political side right now. What's going on as the commissioner? But what I will say from a law enforcement perspective we have to maintain and regain law and order, before we can have any rational discussion and action going forward and that's our first step and I gotTA. Tell you which which which very frustrated, and I can't believe that there's not more discussion about this, but there was a black. Man Seventy seven years old. That was killed trying to protect a store from being looted in Saint Louis Missouri, and he just happens to be a former captain and chief of Police Small Town Department seventy seven years, old shot and killed by looters, those more protesters Joe those whose criminal disgusting thugs that have taken a like, and that man's name is David Dorn. We had a federal protection A. A Federal Protection Service Officer in Oakland California that was killed his name Patrick Underwood. Why are we say in their names as well we should be. This is what we should be talking about. And everybody should be equal united across this country to say this has got to stop, and it's gotTa stop now, but we have leaders across this country. Who aren't doing that and I don't know why. I know they're inflaming it i. hear the passionate, and you voice a commission. Appreciate it very much also. I don't understand when in Memorial Day weekend. There's ten kids shot in the south side of Chicago. No one even mentions it. Don't know a mentioned. It talks about the Commissioner Mark Morgan. Tell us what happened with Buffalo Police. Officer and New York State. Trooper, who were struck by an SUV here in New York, I. I mean you. You guys were there to help? Correct, we were Joe. Thanks again for mentioning that. That's right this another example of what an incredible a call here is A. C. B. P. or out there again across the country, but upstate New York just as you said a- Buffalo, PD and New, York trooper out there and and a vehicle intentionally intentionally targeted those two officers Austria, trooper and random over and we had A. SET CBS that's above, and because of that we assisted in the police in and capture those those suspects and again. There's all protesters. The those are criminal thugs who cash whatever the hell bent on killing a police officer. Thank you for you for what you're doing. And then we saw are memorials commissioner Morgan are memorials monuments in DC vandalized the face. You know we we're. We broadcast like a block away from Wall Street pizza face the Statue of George Washington where he took the first oath of office at the federal, building in New York City what the Heck's going on! And why are people? You know I'm GonNa. Tell you I mean I speak to you and I know this, isn't you speaking commissioner or a lot of folks, but I a lot of us just want law enforcement to quote unquote. Do what you gotTA. Do Take it down. You're being measured. You're being reserved and we appreciate that but. When does it end sir? Well, and that's that's the question. It's GONNA end. What do we have leaders across this country stepping up and denounce in the behavior denouncing, saying that lawlessness and anarchy is not the way to go targeted intentionally targeting law. Enforcement is not the way to go David Dorn. Patrick. To people now that are dead to more people that are dead. The this has got to stop and you're talking about defacing monuments of the symbol of our country, really the symbol freedom throughout this this world, and you know part of the reason why the past few nights there hasn't been more destruction of these. These national treasures is because individuals like CB. P have been out there protecting them and we're GONNA continue to do that for as long as is necessary. Yeah now. Some of US would like to see president trump really step it up and bring in some. Maybe some military I'm not saying that's the right thing to do Do you think the president will end up having to do that sir? I, you know ultimately that's GonNa be the the president's decision and he's going to have to make that based on the totality of the circumstances. I think what we need to do, but really our our country's founded on is leaders local leaders governors. Stepping up and doing what they need to do to protect the citizens, we cannot have police stations overrun. We cannot have cities burn, and being looted in officers, being stabbed and beat up run over and shot at those actions have to stop. We should be equally as united as that as we are united that the death of George Ford was unconscionable, and those should be held accountable, just as were equals united to support and protect and defend someone's right to peacefully awfully protests, but that's not what's happening. Those protests are being hijacked and needs to stop. Mark Morgan you doing a great job again? God, bless you got speak emission Morgan while you're helping people in Philadelphia in New York. Stay all. The the the the the law enforcement, the people that put their lives on the life force every single day, and like you said and you're so on the money man, so many people have lost their lives already commissioner. We've back you. We support you. We thank you for being the Great Patriot that you are certain Please keep us posted. If you'd be so kind to do that, we'll do joe anytime. Thanks for having me. Thank you commissioner. Mark Morgan Acting Commissioner of. Of, the US Customs Border Protection. You don't even realize they're going into different pockets around the United States of America helping law enforcement and I. GotTa Tell You straight up. We associate support the NYPD THE NEW JERSEY. State troopers the New York Police Department all all of the law enforcement, support, law, enforcement, and us down down here at liberty, university and as they go in, and I go in. I saw the Liberty University police force. Oh, yeah, Oh, yeah, and you know where. Where those guys were guy, stop me. I was going in and he goes. Hey, Joe I thought. Did something wrong? I, said officer he goes I'm from the NYPD. He goes like this goodness he goes. Thanks for sticking up for the NYPD. Joe I was I was in the Bronx for years. You know and we talked and we took pictures and a bold I posted it. You know and you had folks from the NYPD now retired working at liberty and you got. Got Support these folks. Because indeed they have given their lives force. They put their lives force on the line every single day, and and honestly believe that good will prevail over this evil, seven thirty six with Joe on the radio big oust in abide with the headline news John Kesse. Td's is he. Running for mayor is not running for mayor is he throws hat in the Ring John. Cats live coming up next right now. Big Al on am nine hundred seventy the answer. This is a nine hundred seventy the answer. Sixty nine degrees at seven thirty seven amalgam with local news I here's what's going on New York City days away from the phase. One reopening mayor de Blasio says there will be increased bus and subway. Rush Hour Service on Monday the first day of reopening. He wants riders to space out by always keeping the seat next to them open and using hand sanitizers in the subway stations. The mayor believes more people will use cars and four higher vehicle services for the coming months Governor Murphy's enhancing New Recommendations to improve New Jersey's long-term term. CARE facilities currently facing the pandemics assault as new. Jersey approaches stage. Two of its reopening on June fifteenth decided a statewide study conducted by to healthcare officials. Cindy Mann and Carol Rafael Recommendations. Include strengthening the state's emergency response capacity, stabilizing facilities, bolstering the workforce, increasing transparency and accountability and building a more resilient care system in Sports Major League baseball remains at a stalemate with its players. The athletic reports the League is rejected a one hundred and fourteen game proposal from the Union and does not intend to counter. The regular season would end on October thirty first under that plan and Major League Baseball says it does not want to extend into November, stuck in Traffic W. Answer. 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Are you still thinking about it? Sir, where we're forming an exploratory committee. which is the right thing to do at this time? We're trying we WANNA get support. It's not about being a Republican or Democrat meeting. You have always said that you were Democrat is a Bill Clinton Democrat. Oh. Yeah. It's about getting the Republicans getting the Democrats getting liberals getting conservative to all worked with each other for better city. I mean we have a messenger hence. It's horrible and you know where a lot of this comes from. A lot of this comes from The new laws capacity orbiting to bail reform. A lottery comes from a city council closing down rikers island. You took all the criminals from rikers island. You put him onto the streets of New York. I mean. It's crazy i. mean you can't. You can't make a movie about this and and and and lobby on on the State Senate and State, assembly. They. Pass the bail reform and that they thought that doing the right thing, but every criminal instead of being in jail. Where are they? They're on the streets of New York and doing what they're doing, and like we said he I. Think we when we spoke last week long before. On a new situation It was a horrible situation in in Minneapolis I. You, know, I sympathize with the people. Marching is support the good people. There's a lot of good people that that feel that they have to March and It's a constitutional right. and feel sorry and feel sorry. Feel that they have to express themselves and there's nothing wrong with that, but that's what that is. The good category Joe behind them. It's the criminals that are using them as excuse. Guess what Zach using those good people as pawns. As poor eggs to hide behind me right? You're not. One Category Joe. The antipathy types somebody's Gangnam. Yep Somebody's paying them to be agitators at who is paying them. Will you know we always say Soros My, who knows my not be him and might be somebody else. I'll tell you what I came up the other day and your opinion on. This we the Chinese. The Chinese are a have really done a dozen Chinese people. I love the Chinese people. It's a Chinese government. Asked him kept. Does airplanes coming in? You kept those airplanes coming into JFK AIRPORT? And that's why of the hundred thousand deaths in America. Forty thousand. Or. New York New Jersey. Connecticut Pennsylvania this whole area? Because of those airplanes that the Chinese the Chinese government allowed to come into JFK episode. Horrible horrible now. Hong Kong. Chinese are blaming us for stirring up Hong. Kong. WHO's that mean? Dave they're the ones paying somebody's store up our our our country. Right. That's a good analogy. And you and you know they are with North Korea. And Russia. That's what that's all about, but you know what John Katzenbach Td's if you were married today, how do you handle these protests and demonstrations? You make all the sense in the world. John. You always do your the most common sense guy. No, you always telling me Joe you make common sense on the radio I. Turn it right back to you, sir, you are the common sense person. John Katzman, that's why people love you how? These people well what do I? Look I know Bill De Blasio for twenty twenty five years and. Dump person, just smart person, and I know the Cuomo family for a long long time, and what I would say to them today Bill De blasio issue an executive order. Put goes bad people. Those criminals, those thugs back into rikers island today as the police arrest them. Put them into jail. Leave him a thirty days. Let's call off the streets. I mean what what's happening. He's arrest three hundred that they're out there. They're out by two o'clock in the. Morning to commit more crimes you. This. You love the city so much man. I hear it in your voice. It just frustrates the heck. I know before we let you go John I know your daughter is the chair of the Manhattan Gop Great Job. He as we all know but you. Say I grew her up. Democrat and look what you. Would you run as a Republican Democrat or independent John? I know that decisions nicely made. He looked Iran this Republican. Last time, but I want democratic support because it has to be we all have to work together for a better city. Yeah! Yeah, so an exploratory committees going out. And what do you have a timeline John? Cats tease when you will decide whether to run for mayor of New York's. Former, exploratory committee, try to gather up support from all wall sources and I I've had a ton of phone calls from leading people leading citizens in our city that John do behind you, and it's not about the money. Don't joke. Last time I spent twelve million dollars on my own money just on the primary, so it's not about money it's about. because. Anybody! Who wants to run you know? You'll see. I'M GONNA run. I WANNA run I WANNA run I. Haven't seen anybody. Put up a check. Check last night. And so do John. We love you. Love Tamargo in the children. You're a great guy. And you know what he you come from. You're great Greek American but your I I'm an American who loves this city than anybody percent Italian job. TOOK DNA test. Drive it. That's why you love. Of course job. We Love you man. You got to keep us posted Godspeed. We love you and back in anything you do. John and I love to. Executive joining us this morning. My dear friend, thank you John, thank you so much. John Cats Matija cats at night. You get here of the right after Frankie Barranco on Sundays cats at night on on Wednesdays here on am nine hundred seventy. The answer at he's right Higa. Write the check like tomorrow tomorrow. 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"In. Two weeks ago to the day George Floyd died after Minneapolis police officer Derek Show shelvin knelt on his neck for almost nine minutes, and ever since people have been out in the streets, demanding action black lives. Matter isn't just something that happened several years ago anymore. It's not just something that you know you're woke. Cousin says at Thanksgiving dinner now. Ben and Jerry's wants to dismantle white supremacy. Sesame Street held a town hall on racism. Racism is when people treat other people unfairly. Because of the way they look or the color of their skin and this weekend the movement got bigger. Peaceful protesters demonstrated in cities, big and small throughout the United States, the protests continue to spread worldwide Australia Poland Italy a statue of a slave trainer got toppled and thrown at harborne England Mitt. Romney was out marching in DC way to and violence. And brutality, and to make sure that people understand the black lives matter. And the president of the United States. He's spent the last few days mocking Mitt Dog, whistling law and order and rallying against sleepy Joe Biden. Unfortunately, if president trump, joe isn't looking all that sleepy anymore. Over the weekend Joe Biden officially clinch the delegates needed to win the Democratic Nomination Former Secretary of State Colin. Powell came out and said he'd be voting Joe and today. A CNN poll put Biden at fifty five percent over trump's forty one. It would appear that sleepy Joe is Biden time all the way to the White House. It's been a long time since we've talked about Biden's candidacy on the show, so I asked Matthew Yglesias, if all the tumult of the past few months has been good for Joe Twenty twenty. I think the idea of sane decent government right, which has always been what Biden has been promising. That has a lot of appeal and resonance. Now I, mean it's been striking looking at the pandemic that you know basically every governor in America every head of state in Europe has gotten a bounce in the polls in Donald. Trump has not and some of that is because of specific policy decisions. Trump has made wrong, but I think a lot of it is because trump has not performed the role. Role of head of state he has not led national morning. He has not conveyed factual information to the public in a calm and credible way right and Biden is out there, reminding us of of of what it is like to operate as a normal politician and of how valuable it is not to say. Everything in America was perfect in December, two, thousand sixteen, but that we had certain things that we could count on them that we can't count on now and similarly I think with the policing issue. You know of course one message of the protests is that we can't just go back to normal that we can't just accept business as usual but something that we're seeing in president. Trump's response to the protests is a total lack of empathy, a total lack of calm, a total lack of reasonableness, an inability to say. I see a lot of people are out in the streets. I hear what you're saying. I am going to do something that will help address your concerns instead. He's responding in a very abnormal way teargassing demonstrators lashing out on twitter in weird ways doing nothing and to try to promote reconciliation to acknowledge the depth of feeling that people have delivering no no concern on both of these funds, no ability to even perform any kind of genuine concern for the well being of other people, and it is making some of the Banal all. Of Biden's campaign like what if we just had a decent man who says reasonable things in response to crisis seem really meaningful to a lot of people well I. Think we've talked about how trump's dropped the ball time and again since the beginning of the pandemic, but we haven't actually spoken about. Biden much at all since this all started. So why don't you just catch us up? What exactly has joe? Biden been doing since he went into quarantine. We had this kind of yeary final debate between Biden and Bernie Sanders we come together tonight at an extraordinary time in our country when people are worried about far more than just presidential politics were the national emergency because of the devastating global pandemic of Corona virus, just the two of them, and it was in a sort of socially distant manner is all awkward as I guess that would be. It was strange. Then Biden, we have seen him since then primarily from the basement of his house in Delaware where he has been recording occasional videos, drop again on some media appearances, some of which have gone well some of which have not gone so well. We're going to take a question now from Maureen Jenkins Maureen. you are unneeded. LAURINE! Radio they're. Also launched a podcast, Matthew just like you amaze gotTA. We don't like to talk about the podcast because that's the competition. You know he has struggled to gain attention, because there's an ace symmetry between the president of the United States and a challenger in a moment of national crisis, right trump used to do these daily covert press conferences that will be carried on television by is trying to get attention. He's making videos. All of you trade town all on Covid, nineteen with Vice President Biden Dr Jill Biden. Former surgeon general Dr Martin's. He's making statements. He's doing media appearances vice president. Joe Biden. Thank you so much for being a guest on our show at at Home Edition I. See you're at home or somewhere. Where where are you right now? I'm in Wilmington. Delaware my recreational at home. They set up a makeshift studio here. I'm just getting Houston what you're very used to. A ton of people are seeing them, but you know trump's numbers start going down binds numbers. Start going up and he is putting out plans for how to deal with the pandemic I. WE'RE GONNA make sure that testing is widely available and free. Because we learned early on, there was a fear of people that if I go get a test is going to cost mel this money. How can I pay for it? What will I do? And free but available, and that everyone needs to test could get it. He's also fortunate in that. Bronco was his of staff when he was vice president. WHO's a very high ranking member of Biden's inner circle? He also happened to have served as a Bolas are a late in the Obama administration, so he's got a key staffer trusted adviser. The most knowledgeable people in America about pandemic response type issues so. By, Miss Their he's able to put out calls. He wants to use the defense production act to mobilize to create more personal protective equipment. He is supportive of delivering more aid to state local government budgets, and he's also just he's standing science. He is wearing masks. He is talking about things in a serious way staying on point, staying focused, and he looks a little invisible to some people who are critical of him, but to those who are paying attention. He starting to give us a taste of what normal president dating you know would look like, and and how reassuring that might be. How does this translate? After the death of George Floyd I know Joe is supposed to travel to Houston today to meet with George Floyd's family. How is he addressed the protests and demands and the black lives matter movement. She African Americans are Biden's political base. That's who carried him to victory in the Democratic Party primary. And his ties to the sort of African, American, political establishment on a personal level have been very important to sort of his success into into his. Life and career. You know a nuance. Is that the protest movement black lives? Matter is very much a movement of a younger cohort of African American. Activists who are not necessarily share their elders view of Biden, personally or politics, but the fact that Bhai is a white politician who has such close ties to the black community. Your close political relationship with the black community lets him do the sort of symbolic healing stuff that people like to see from leaders in times like this like what trump can't do. The best way. To bear loss in pain. To turn it into that anger and anguish the purpose. And Americans know what our purposes is a nation. and has to be guided. As to be guided. He has been catching some criticism about how he's approached race and especially policing in the past in his political career. Will any of that stick to him next to Donald? Trump I mean I think it's a tough one you know. Trump had a strategy going for sort of a one two punch of a message to black America. One was to brag about her African American unemployment was at an all time low, which was true. We've created one point three million new jobs for African Americans. Black American unemployment has reached an all time low and the history of our country. It's the best. Give. It was to hit by. Four some of his tough on crime stuff from one thousand, nine hundred. And the third was to note that he signed the bipartisan first step act, and so trump was going to be the PRAKOB candidate because he has a constituency lockdown will. Suggest to younger African Americans in particular that maybe the Democrats are all talk on some of these racial justice. Issues the killing of of George Floyd, the subsequent protests, the brutality of the police in addressing. Some of the protesters has all. made it more difficult for trump to run a campaign that's based on pure trolling. You know you kind of have to pick a side here and the fact is that while Biden's record is not for of anything that criminal justice reform could complain about it. 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He wants to triple federal spending on poor schools and wants to spend a trillion dollars on climate solutions. He wants to set new higher standards for emissions. Things like that. He has a suite of agenda items going back to before the protests to address criminal justice reform, ranging from D. scheduling marijuana at the federal level to bring back Obama era oversight of departments that there were complaints about to creating grant programs to sort of create financial incentives for cities to adopt form agendas things like that healthcare. He wants to create a public option that lower costs for people he wants to change. How the ACA subsidies are benchmarked, which like I can see people falling asleep when you talk about that that what it means is lower premiums and deductibles. So. It's out there, right? The hallmark of the Biden policy agenda is that he has tried to avoid stuff that is unpopular at sometimes means avoiding things that capture the imagination in a big way but it is a lot of things that would deliver a lot of concrete help particular lower income people. Yeah, I mean. Does he have a plan for how to turn this economy around? I? Guess the stock market's doing well, but people are going to be hurting worse and worse now. Yes I mean the economic recovery bit I don't want to say that he doesn't have a plan, but he is trying to not get in the way of congressional Democrats. House Democrats have passed their three trillion dollar heroes, act which would give more money directly into the pockets of almost everybody would extend bonus unemployment insurance benefits would give a lot of money to state and local governments, those of its three main pillars. Then there's like a million small things by supportive of that law. If he was president today, he would be trying to get that enacted and signed. By his wisely tried to avoid saying exactly what he thinks. The situation will be in January, but he was kind of the point person on stimulus implementation in the early Obama Administration years, and you know he's very proud of that work Nancy Pelosi was the speaker of the House back then so I I think there's not a ton of daylight between them or you know a radical change in thinking that we should expect basically if he was president, you put a lot more federal money into existing programs and into people's pockets. How does he draw attention and excitement to his campaign? When we're like in a crisis on top of a crisis, it feels like in these moments so much attention is afforded the president, and of course. The president isn't really doing much with that attention constructively. One obvious thing seems like he could. VP candidate and then make some news. Yeah, VP Canada will make some news, but I think that they are not gonna try anything too drastic. As long as they are up in the in the polls I mean campaigns who are winning. Don't change directions radically and I think he clearly feels he is getting enough attention to have a nice lead. He is trying to raise money right now, trump. Trump has a huge war chest. I think one thing he is worried about is getting buried in dollars and doesn't want to let that happen, but I think to some level one of the implicit promises of Biden Ism is that you can have a president who is not in your face on the news all day every day, making trouble making waves, and he is content to sort of. Live that ethos. And, so for all the people who like Oh man that presidential race. No one's even talking about it. It's relevant you would say. Actually it's going fine because. That one guy who's not a total nightmare is actually winning. It's traditionally been the case that people don't focus in on elections in a super duper way. Until they are much closer than they are now trump kind of upset. The apple cart and turned electoral politics into an all day every day story for people, then the pandemic, the protests have sort of focused us on trump even more, but also in the election a little bit less, so I don't know exactly how that all kind of nets out, but but I mean I do think that you know what Biden is trying to tell. You is normalcy nonsense that there will be no policy change, but in the sense that most days most people maybe won't need to think about national politics that much. Sounds Dreamy. Thanks Matt Thank you.

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SHOT Show 2020 - Mossberg's MC2c pistol and 940JM Pro shotgun; Championing Gun Owners: Gun Talk Radio | 1.26.20 C

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"Crimson trace now offers a line of tactical oriented products including open and close reflex sights battle sites and a robust line of rifles scopes purpose built with of maximum features and versatility find out more at Crimson trace dot com the crimson trace. Expose that shot Joe Twenty twenty. You're listening to Tom. GRESHAM's gun talk. We're still here. You can't get rid of us. We're we're in Las Vegas about it. We are at the shot. Show the shooting hunting and outdoor trade show and just a little bit. We'll have more information about out the shot show got how big it is what it is how long it's been around all of that and also kind of the state of the industry because it is the firearms industry it has its ups and downs and we we had some huge ups running in toward the Obama Administration then when president trump was elected to kind of went down people cyber leave and and so I mean gun sales went down but we'll find out there actually back up. I think this year number two just saw second best ever you know next to that crazy year we had so it's good talking to people here at the show. They go yet. Traffic people walk around the show might be a little bit down but sales are up. So we're looking at maybe a really good twenty tourney for the firearms industry. We'll also have some news. That actually broke today as we're doing this on Thursday that let's see import export controls firearms have been switched over. This is the trump administration switched over from the State Department to the Commerce Department so exporting guns gun manufacturers is going to be much easier to obviously exporting to friendly countries that kind of thing but this is a huge deal that most people will never know but this is the second amendment gun thing. The trump administration did it took several years to make it happen in the national shooting. Sports Foundation was right there pushing this all the way. They have a lot of that information in just a few minutes right now visiting where they're good for Linda Powell Linden I've been friends for a long time. We've hunted together. All our shot Steph. We would just down at gunsight introducing some new products for Mossberg. Right you got I look at them. I look at them and we talked about it. We actually recorded a podcast. It's a lot of people have heard at this point talking about the new pistol but remember no we did not have the information then about the shotgun and then when I come to shot show here we are and I'm looking at the journal Flyer here. You didn't do those two. You got a whole bunch of new stuff. Now we're not sitting back on our laurels. Mossberg is a very diverse company. We offer handguns and guns. Rifles shotguns and we continue to spend all the lines traditionally people thought of Mossberg GonNa Company. Yes but you've actually been a big rifle the company for a long time. But I'm not sure you actually got credit for it now except that it takes a while to build a reputation when you've gone up against companies. Maybe that have had rifles for one hundred or two hundred. You know but we're plugging away and I'm really proud of our bolt action rifle category and I think we're making headway. People are taking a different look at Mossberg Birkenau consistently the one comment. I've heard over and over again. You know it's not the Mossberg of old well that's certainly true. I mean we were out at gunsight got to shoot the the new pistol the double stack. I would just tell you. Surprise people with that pistol. Tell people about it till what it is south last year obviously reintroduced the MC one. SC subcompact nine. Millimeter came not magazines. Six and seven round for me it was an ideal conceal. Carry Gun but at some of the feedback we got was limited capacity so we actually this year bring out the MC to see compact so yes it slightly larger little longer barrel length of three point nine versus three point four but the big thing is we actually went to a metal magazine. So so we're able to get a more slender profile and increase the capacity into a double stack. So now you get a nine millimeter with thirteen and a fifteen round capacity magazines. The the pistol still feels like a single missile exactly. It's still has the same width almost identical. I think the MC one is like one point three re inches and the MC to one point one so in your hand you really won't notice any significant difference in the way that it feels and fits but the plastic mastic Polymer magazine has to have thicker walls to get the strength. When you go to the metal you can go with thinner? Walls still have the strength which allows you room inside inside the magazine for more ammo. Hello that's pretty smart. Yeah I like that people have asked me you know. What do you think? I'll just tell you I get to shoot everything everything right and you know when I was shooting at their I told you this is a no kitten I would bet my life on it curious gun. This is one of the best shoot and Carey guns. That's out there and that's good enough but I think my over the top reaction was because I I hate to say this. I didn't expect it from us. So we like to pleasantly surprise you like that and so that reinforcement. What you just said is what we love to hear? People are pleasantly surprised. Once they shoot at once they carry it. I think we've we've done it right. We really listened listened to the market and what people are looking for and we designed a gun that fits it's reliable. It's easy to carry and enforceable price actually seeing the changes here on the guns some of them that we recommended. We were doing some fine tuning out there. You had all these gun writers and people involved at gun sight sight. And we're saying well you know if you did this little thing. If you made this magazine catch you. May that just a little bit smaller here and you gotta listen. And that's one of the things I really appreciate. Love about. Mossberg were very receptive to that feedback listening to customers in the case of media but also our customers I bright and trying to incorporate the changes that will positively enhance the product. Whether it's an ice pistol. I mean it really is an incident. What's The peon suggestion? Retails Retail's four ninety which we think that means it'll be down in that four twenty rain probably Boorda quarter something like that very nice pistol okay. The other thing I shout out there. We'll do do that and then we'll go to some of these others is the brand new competition shotgun and we had Jerry Mitchell out there shooting it which is like that so much fun and Elena shooting so tell them what this well. This to me is extremely exciting. We've had our non thirty semiotics for years. And as you said Jerry. Lena been shooting that but Jerry probably made a few modifications to his own gun will modify them to the point where they won't operate and then say okay. That may have been just a little bit too far. But but he is lightning them and smoothing them and I mean he can't leave well enough alone now. But what's the beauty of that is because shooting for us he. He and Lena brought their shotguns into our engineers about two years ago and we actually physically got to look at their guns and the changes they may and we started designing and developing the new non. Forty jam what you really did. took their race guns. Yes the way. They then went back and made their race guns correct so the jam pro rattled box has all the aftermarket accessories that you need to start competing. We're going to have to do anything what I'm most excited about. This incorporated the new gas system design so previous shotguns and semiotics in general pretty maintenance intensive meaning. You have to clean them or they don't run. They'll stop running on our nine thirty already. We typically recommend two hundred fifty rounds. And then you need to clean it on the Non Forty Jan Cro fifteen hundred rounds before you need to clean it way way up from recommending cleaning at two hundred fifty rounds to fifteen hundred ground. How well new gas system designed part of? That's in the Piston. But it also also I'm gonNA reference it like a collar that's on the tube that helps to remove carbon buildup it's also kind of stepped and fitted so it allows for gasses and moisture to escape so it's a little bit of a self cleaning type mechanism. I mean really is I mean for me. I'm sold because I laugh and tell people I work for gun company so then my gets dirty I can just simply turn it in and get another guy. I hate to clean all right so this is at this point. This is a competition God. Are we going to see this. Come out another version. That's what's really exciting to me to you know again you know. I'm an avid hunter. It's personally I'm thinking man. I want that gun right. So we're anticipating that in August will be ready to start shipping waterfowl version as we roll into next year obviously ASLI sporting general field guns Turkey guns so having a new system really makes sense the other thing. I WANNA point out on this because it's really important to me. The length of pool is adjustable. This on the non thirty simply because of the return spring being the stock. There wasn't an option for that. Oh okay so the non forty. She has actual inserts users in there. You can change the length of pull from thirteen to fourteen a quarter inches. Plus you still have your your drop and Tom Pitch Cans. Yes yes adjustment. So you can. Custom fit the gun to you. Perfect all right hold. That thought. We'll take a quick break. We'll go to some of these other ones because you you guys just been so busy. We have other multiple guns to talk about. Hey everybody we're at the shot show. We're in the criminal traits booth Nice people. Let us hanging out here with the appreciate that very much. I'm Tom Gresham. It's gun talk. We'll be right back with more news from the shot show for more than seventy years. Ten triggers has been enhancing the shooter's experience whether it's a local competition day at the range or even the son of a lifetime Setting the standard in aftermarket triggers. Tim Knee is now producing more than one. 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It'd the empty visiting with that friend. Linda Powell from Mossberg have some fun. You explaining that you guys are making some kind of subtle changes in the pump. Action Shotgun unlock correct. We currently offer five hundred five ninety five ninety one tactical platforms wrote and when a customer walks in that kind of goes so. What's the difference? Associates is different. How do I choose right? So we've decided to simplify back. Moving forward the five hundred indicate that it's a pump action for for for hunting sporting and our five ninety five ninety eight one Lon will become more of the tactical platform. They're all based on the same name pump action platform but some differences. Your five ninety has clean up to making a little bit easier to access their for maintenance and the five ninety one meeting military Standards has the metal safety button metal trigger guard and also heavy walled barrel so some subtle differences but I think it will help consumers understand when they go in and what they're looking gap. It's funny you mentioned the military. I mean the the Mossberg five hundred is used by militaries all over the world. That's correct. I mean it's crazy and that's this whole thing with the state suburban Commerce Department. I think it's going to help you guys tremendously. I think we export over fifty five countries while you know so yes. That's a huge announcement. Glad to hear that that's big. I mean I know it's kind of inside baseball deal but it's also I wanted to point out to people that this is another thing trump administration's doing they've been working hard on this to make it happen happened and it was. The people will appreciate this. You remember what the Obama Administration put in a requirement. gunsmiths have to buy a license every year. Twenty two two hundred fifty dollars two thousand two hundred fifty dollars every year and a lot of gunsmiths out of business with this change. It goes away wonderful so that's pretty cool. That's great news. It is all Laura. I'm looking to cool rifle here. What is that? So we're expanding our Patriot bold action line. We now have the long range hunter goods so think of it is. There's a custom does stock. That's kind of a mix of tactical and hunting platform. So it's for people who looking for that mid to longer range hunting and shooting in say that because this is a rifle that's very portable in the field is not too heavy but yet the stocks design with a aluminum batting pills has a higher raise. Comb so so you have proper Allama with your optic. It's really set up again four someone. WHO's a little more serious about long range shooting calibers? You would expect. It's it's free away. Three Hundred Win Mag six point five creed more point five. PRC got the PSE. In there that caliber I kind of fall in love with it was like I thought. Why don't we go? Yeah actually. It's a six five. Were Magnum yes is what it is exactly. I got a chance to hunt with at the back of December on the deer hunt and I was really impressed with its performance. Yes it's very nice all right but I gotta ask you about this because honestly I plead ignorance. I did not know about this trend. And what's going on with the fourteenth. You got four ten Turkey guns that's right we're have you been under. Obviously there's been a trend for number of years because of the developments and shot shell technology. A lot of people have been moving from twelve to twenty gauge. But we've seen in the last couple of years with the development of shot like now people are moving from twenty to fourteen and you're getting performance that I won't say can reach out up to twelve gauge branch but getting much closer to claims being made though I have talked to people here the show that said they last year. Two birds at eighty yards with a four ten. When Turkey's Turkey traditionally way back? We always thought of a fourteen as a twenty-five Max thirty five yard the good so I mean what I'm really excited about. We've always had our five hundred pump action and fourteen but we're now offering a semi auto. Yes so we have our. Sa Four ten and we've got one setup for Turkey hunting and then just a black synthetic field version to gas operated. It is gas operated. You talk about a no Recoil gun it's perfect whether you're talking about starting you or young shooter for some of us that are older. They're just being beat up your sometimes you just don't WanNa get beat up and and other is what you do. Shotguns for. Tennessee is cool. It is just a gun to shoot. That's really cool. So now I'm seeing cammo also in non camel we do okay. Do you have an option. They're black synthetic or cam options and the ones that are tricked out for Turkey Our drill and tap receivers at optics interchangeable choke to vote and ready to go out and take one of them. They can't tell I'm just looking at you. What but they don't know? Is that when you talk about Turkey. Hunting your eyes light up you are a Turkey. Hunting fanatic Kinda got hooked on Turkey. Hung up here year. I know basically. It's a for you whatever you want everything but whenever you talk about waterfowl every Turkeys it's like let me tell you about this. I ah tipped off the last time that that's true you know. We all have our favorites but I started pursuing turkeys years ago. And I'm afraid I'm pretty well addicted to there's a fever isn't it. It is and I think it's great on choice to introduce new shooters airplane. Well first of all I mean I think it's the excitement of going out and actually Having a a bird come in that close to you. The interaction of colleagues calling the Anthony. Exactly you typically are going to have some interaction. You might not get a bird every tom but you're going to hear him. Hopefully you're going to see him and you know you can go out for a few hours. You don't have to go out and stay all day it depending on where you hunt in my hut hike hike up a few hills but must have found a place near home that we can turkeys to take somebody out you sit down at the base of a tree or somewhere and he calls a bird in. It's not if everybody everybody works right. It could be easy right also. It can be incredibly frustrating. But that's why we keep going back and doing it all right. Let's talk about the short non shotgun there. Well you know. The shockwave is just been phenomenon for us. We introduced introduced several years ago. You know it is that Short people don't understand is based on our five hundred. Pump action platform have little short short barrels. But what makes them not fall into the category. Being a shotgun is they can't be shoulder mounted so it has more of we call it a bird's head grip so if you can imagine that profile how but it's also similar to what people might think of as pistol grip but I found it more comfortable to shoot because you have more natural recalling action versus pistol doc. Grab coming back into your hand this year. We've added twenty gauge versions. One that I particularly like is with the Crimson trace laser on it image. That we're we're talking with Ryan on here earlier about putting the Crimson trace on these and I think this more than any firearm. I know I think this firearm benefits from a laser more than anything. I know absolutely because one of the struggles was. How do I aim this? If I'm not sheldon shooting from the hip yes or some position I like that. You're kind of guessing where it's aiming and it is not true we'll go back to the old myth. It's not true that shotgun we'll fill the whole room with pellets. It does the typical self-defense distances. Get motion shooting pattern the size of a dinner plate probably a cup answer right so you do dame I think this is great too because it's very small and compact the recalls not that offensive so for me. It's a great personal home defense gun multiple people in your your family should be able to handle it comfortably shoot. It's also great. If you're out in the woods your backpacker camper or you're voting it's very portable. It's a it's a great personal defense foul. I guarantee already. There are people who are using this as their bare defense. If I was in bear country I'd sure have wire sure I was just on a ranch on speaking with the ranchers wife and she was like I'm out alone a lot more and I'm not really comfortable with handguns. What would you recommend? That would be easy for me to I. Don't WanNa pack or on the four wheeler and go out on the farm like shockwaves. Perfect do you can deal with. Snags you know four legged predators or if you get in a situation association you've got to like it Predator during here that as well so you got twenty gates and for those who haven't looked at the marketplace recently. There are some really good twenty gauge defensive. Loads out now I mean the AMMO is really good. It's it's different than it used to. Bright Yeah I think everybody used to think twelve gauge was the only option for personal defense. And it's not not anymore right exactly right so there you go. I know you got other things in there but we can't get everything in because you guys are busy busy busy. I can just encourage everybody got at our website and check it out and realize we are a lot more than a shotgun coming more than shotgun. Gummy I'm going to circle back to where we started because I was out at gun sight. I would just tell you every single go. One of these crusty old gun writer types loved that pistol. I mean really. There's like they all kind of they may have said it out. Allow like idea but they're all going really Mossberg that that's pretty cool so well done thank you thank you. We're very excited to be in that market and just keep looking forward to what we bring out next going into power for most DOT com. All right don't park. We come back and talk about some of the things that the trump administration has done for us. Also we'll talk about kind of what is the show and I wanna tell you about a gun group that you may not know much about but they may have done more for you than anything else. We'll be right back Brom Crimson Trace move at show twenty twenty. You are listening to Tom. GRESHAM's gun talk back with you here. Tom Gresham has today. We're talking about Paul. Jeep guns amazed. Imagine that gun talk but we're talking about new guns. We're at the shot show. Where a lot of new things are introduced? At least you get to see. Some things may have been introduced over the last several weeks because a lot of companies rolled out the products ahead of the show. Now used to be everything came out out at shot show but now not so much. It's kind of like whenever traded that bring it out pretty cool stuff. We are very fortunate right now to be joined by the president and CEO. Oh of the National Shooting Sports Foundation Josie. Hey Joe Hey tom how are you. I'm good now I mean people should. Oh you're not just like an executive with the association with you you've been in the gun business a long time. Yeah about thirty work from Oscar for thirty two years. Thirty thirty years the Trade Association now. Okay so what that leads us to assess ethnic shooting sports foundation. This is the Trade Association of this industry. This is a trade show correct. It's a trade Rachel business. The business show right and we are the Trade Association for the Firearms Ammunition Industry Okay. What does that mean? Our job is to promote protect and preserve the industry right whether it be through legislative initiatives on Capitol Hill around the states to protect the rights of the companies and the and the right to bear arms whether it be through getting a new people out hunting and shooting through our plus one program or our first shots program that is creating the next generation of hundred shooters or whether it be through safety initiatives. It was like our project child. SAFE programme don't lie for the other guy or now our new suicide prevention initiative We're doing things picnics program in helping with that. And it's just after so many things that the average gun owner doesn't know but they know about the NRA. And that's great but I I would submit that. NSF has more programs and probably does more things that reaches the general public also obviously helping people in the companies in the firearms industry but things like operation child safe right giving away thirty eight million gun safety kits. Thirty eight million gun locks free free right given out for gun safety and from the gun industry from correct the the whole concept is about education educating on every gun owner owner has a different need for securing his or her firearms right so depending on. What your what your need is in your particular household? We are providing education Asian on what those options might be could my biometric safe all the way down to a rather simple to like a cable lock. But but we're all providing information on which option might be best for you and by the way when you're not using your firearm. We strongly suggest that you secure properly to keep authorized people or children away from these things to put a fine point on it obvious to us maybe less soda people. Maybe not serious gun people. Is that the people in the gun. Business are are your neighbors. Their kids go to the same schools as yours. We all want gun safety. We all want to want to continue to reduce the number the accident because they keep going down correct you know. We don't want unauthorized access to firearms. And I would submit just from my standpoint. The only difference is we're the ones who actually doing something about it. Instead of just complaining about it right I mean you can legislators all they think about US passing laws. It's like the old saying if if all you have is a hammer the whole world looks it's like a nail right but what we're saying is there are better options. People citizens consumers make could make their own choices based upon what's best for them and their particular particular situation so we're just saying we are providing information but we're also doing something like you said giving away these lock. We have partnered with more than fifteen thousand law enforcement agencies all over the country in all fifty states in the five. US territories and made these locks available free of charge to anybody who wants them in order to securely store their farms as they see fit fit and the gun ban lobbyists give it away exactly. Zero had exactly zero two kids okay. Don't lie for the other. The Guy as a program to educate firearms dealers about Straw purchasers correct. This program now is in its twentieth year. It's a partnership with the FM FM. What we're doing is we're educating gun dealers retailers of firearms how to spot these so called Straw purchases which is if somebody's prohibited to have a firearm? Maybe he or she will come in with someone who is not prohibited and try and make that transaction. You know legal we legal. It's ten years in prison. It's a quarter million dollar fine. It's a big deal and by the way if it does go through you end up with a gun in the hands of somebody who shouldn't have it. So what do we have. These kids That we send out to thousands and thousands of thousands of retailers. We have videos training materials to help them train and educate their staff on what are the telltale l.. Signs what do you look for in these types of transactions. It's like there are consistent things that people do when they're trying to cheat the system. Correct have you can spot those things. And then they know there's more information like okay. What do you do if well you call on for civil rights keeping their if you can document it you know delaying win? But that's all I would say this. If you are a gun store you'd take advantage of this correct and we have seen an meet meet with. ATF regularly angrily on these projects. Like this. Don't like the other guy and the anecdotal evidence coming out from the Straw. Purchase are in fact down by because has dealers are better educated. And I think that's that's a major way to protect the public from bad guys getting firearms all right so we got some news today because we had something published in the Federal Register to a day as we're talking on Thursday will be heard on Sunday. Tell them what just happened. Why why this is important? We had been working. We've been working about twelve years to get what we called. Export Control Reform and that is moving a categories one two and three getting very technically but firearms and emission basically from the jurisdiction of the State Department for exporting purposes over to the the Commerce Department that why is that important well perhaps to the average consumer. It's not a big deal. But to the industry. It is a big deal because it takes the the licensing scheme under the Commerce Department is a much different thing than under the State Department regulations and by having one agency control oil experts whether it be handguns rifles or shotguns. Now the people like when I used to work at Mossberg we had to train people on two different completely. Different systems with two different licensing schemes seems to different ways of liked it this morning when the gentlemen from the White House who really helped us push this through. He said you know it just didn't make a lot of sense that a gun you could buy at Walmart. You couldn't export to another friendly country because State Department rigs absolutely. I mean it's a great way to put it. They're looking at the exporting twenty two caliber single shot rifle to a friendly nation required as much paper as exporting a machine. Gun Or tank. I mean they all fell under the same thing and they looked at it. Like you're you're exporting munitions she goes you know it's a single shot twenty two. There's two things that people really need to know about but this one is that this initiative really started under the Obama Administration and and the other categories. There's there's a number of categories for these types of exports not just gonNa all kinds the categories for for supplies electronics. Gas Masks. You name it. There's all these things have these different categories under State Department. Most of those things in fact maybe all of them except except ours moved over to commerce. Oh the only ones that didn't move or categories one two and three which is firearms and ammunition so we were left behind. We were intentionally politically Lee left out of the equation. Everybody else's moved. They weren't hamstring the ability to say what hurt the firearms industry. So that's the first thing that people need to know is not like this is not what's special treatment for the country. We were being specially treated real negative way. Okay for the second thing is people. I'm hearing on the news. Well they're deregulating their their giving giving unfettered access to these exports of guns and it's going to be all that is absolutely untrue. Commerce Department has a whole set of regulations. You still need to go for a license. You still need to get approval and in fact the State Department is still going to be doing some of the approvals. It's just that the licensing scheme is going to be operating through commerce so in fact commerce is actually very stiff penalties. If you screw up if you make a bad expert you can be fine in the College Harvard. Unlike the State Department finds available so this is actually in some ways more regulation but it's a more consistent scheme it's a more consistent approach to exporting and it's consistent with what other categories of exports exports are being treated. Hold that thought. Yeah Joe I want to take a quick break when we come back a question for you. Is this you the listener. You The gun owner out there the the man and woman who likes guns are you tired of being ostracized categorized as less than its other as unworthy. Somehow not quite as good as everybody else. Well you know what you're not alone. We'll talk about that and something that we're actually doing about that. I'm Tom Gresham. We'll be right back with more gun. 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Twenty twenty about this year that we are entering. It's an election year. It's big here. Of course you've got the nonsense. The idiocy of the impeachment hearing going on trial right now which will result to nothing. It's nonsense it's designed to affect the election. Not just the election of the president. And here's where I got. I guess I have to get just a little bit. Geeky in this is not gun. geeky unfortunately product. We're talking about how to save our gun rights. We see what happens. The Democrats literally call all four confiscation for forced confiscation of your guns. When beddoes says Hell yes take your? Ar Fifteen boards seven. He's not kidding. He's not there anymore and the Democrats. Say Hey guys don't say that out loud just get elected and then do it. They're not kidding in Virginia as we speak right now. The Democrats took over control of the State House and they are pushing through an agenda agenda of gun control laws elections have consequences twenty twenty s huge and remember last time around when Donald Trump was running. And I said this guy is not perfect. You know he's not the perfect guy but perfect doesn't run. We don't get a chance at that. It's not when our choices but I kept saying over and over again. It's it's about the judges it's about the justices. It's not about anything else. Here's my personal. Take on this. We're going to continue to lose a lot of space in state houses because of the makeup of the demographics and also because of the money that's flowing in from Bloomberg he is able to go in and buy up enough advertising to persuade people to vote for gun control. You should and be able to vote away rights but have you said all that. 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Smart Sex, Smart Love  : Cathy Saputo on Menopause/Perimenopause , Relationships & Sexual Health

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Smart Sex, Smart Love : Cathy Saputo on Menopause/Perimenopause , Relationships & Sexual Health

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They'll be reviewed by physician and you'll have consultation over the phone without ever having to do to go to a doctor's office or laboratory so convenient especially in this time quarantine when who's going into a doctor's office anyways unless it's an emergency okay. So now let's get on with the show because it's not just men who have hormonal issues women due to this week. I'm joined by licensed Professional Counselor Asec Certified Sex Therapist Kathy SA- PUTO and we'll be talking about the menopause and paramount applause and how it affects women's sexual health and relationships. Kathy wants people with ovaries to know that. Pera menopause and menopause does not have to be a negative experience sure can be challenging especially when we're not informed but it can be managed. She says we need to make it less of a taboo subject and more of a health conversation. Two-thirds of women's life is spent post menopause half the population experiences. It the other half is impacted by it. It remains a taboo subject. Let's make menopause more of an everyday conversation. And we're starting with you. Kathy. Welcome to the show. Thank you for having me out loud. Did I say right? Oh you did. You'd set it right and the only other suppo- I really know. Is PSEUDO CHEESE? I think out of Canada. It's not really popular here but it's my husband calls it the Smith of Italy. Why can't believe I've known you all these years and I've seen it written I've written out and everything but I've never said your name. Full name allowed. I'm better good. Yeah you did it while. It was interesting to hear that you were talking about a male hormones as you transitioned into this conversation today because it was Serendipitous I think because we are going to be talking about The female hormones. What I'm so glad. I know that men are going to be listening to this too. I actually hope they do or their partners will have them. Could you describe the difference before we get started of menopause and paramount PAS? Sure and that's actually something I really did want to make sure I talked about so we often hear. I'm going through menopause. But actually we're going through paramount PAS. Paramount pause is actually the stage leading up to menopause menopause. Actually only one day in your life it is the day that follows twelve months of no menstruation so once we know were in menopause or post. Menopause we've not had period for twelve months leading up to that all the hormonal fluctuations that are occurring are actually the paramount OPAS stage and that stage can start as early as in our thirties and it can also be induced by medications or surgical procedures that might affect our ovaries But today we're primarily going to talk about natural the natural progression as we grow. Older is really helpful. Because maybe even some women don't know the difference have you. Have you noticed in your practice? I've definitely noticed that. We talk a lot about being in menopause or going through it. We don't really talk about paramount PAS. So that's part of what I want to talk about is is just that this cloaked in mystery. Sometimes people don't realize that this can start earlier than their thinking and they don't associate then all the changes that are happening in their lives with this. Actually being this transitional period you know this is gonNA sound so strange but I'm fifty seven and the night first exposure to menopause was watching the show called. Maud which was beach reaches out be Arthur's I show and I remember her going through it. I didn't really know what it was. I was like thirteen years old. But I'll never taking a calm and putting it under her nose for a mustache and crying front Walter saying we're going to have matching months. They my goodness is still a common worry that women they are but they're gonNA masculine. Is it on or something right? Part of a what's going on in this phase of the hormone fluctuation is that our testosterone is fluctuating as well as the progesterone and estrogen. Estrogen is the big thing that's happening. It's it's lowering during this phase and so- testosterone. Might you know fluctuate up and down but a lot of changes happen so one of the changes that could happen for some people. Is the hair loss or hair in places that we weren't expecting to see it before so when she may be held that comb up and said. Oh my gosh. Here's what's going on. I'm going here in places. I wasn't expecting. That's that's maybe what? She was talking about odd beginning. Wasn't it golden girls? So can you say what ages paramount podge usually start for women so it can start as early as our mid Thirties? Lots of times. It follows pregnancy but it can also be induced by some medical procedures on if that's the case or even cancer treatments or other kinds of medication but generally if it's just a a natural occurrence it can be as as early as our thirties. So it's it's probably not the time for most of us are thinking about. We're thinking this only kind of happens for older women. And I don't know about you but I definitely don't want to say somebody in their thirties. Forties or even fifties is really an older person at this point So I think there's a misnomer that it's happening to older people and so I don't have to worry about it and I also know and I've I've seen women my family this way. They can be into their fifties still having menstruation right. I mean it months later right. The average age that menopause that that that final day and then into post menopause occurs is fifty one in the. Us So it is You know a lot of leading up to that can be like eight ten years and I. A lot of people are listening to my show. Want WanNa hear how it affects. You know not their relationship but also their sexual relationship so maybe you could start with. How does it affect relationships? Sure will relationships are affected because what I hear. A lot of people say Is that. They weren't expecting these changes to be happening. They didn't know what was going on. They didn't know what was going to happen so early. There were a lot of changes. They weren't associating to this part of their life. So for example like we just talked about the hair changes It might be just feeling like not themselves is really what I get the most. I don't know what's happened. I don't feel like myself. I don't feel safe in my own skin. I don't feel the same type of sexual ways I felt in the past my body's not responding in the ways I want it to And then that insecurity. That lack of confidence impairs the relationship because once confident person in their body who could express to their partner. You know what they wanted. What was working what felt good. That's all changed in. They don't even know what's feeling good for them. They don't even know what's happening. Let alone being able to convey that to their partner. So it's that real feeling of something's gone on some things change. I don't know how to kind of put my finger on it. It's gotta be so hard for people to be able to recognize that or even a partner to be able to recognize absolutely so. I definitely want to acknowledge that the partners could be a male partner or a female partner. You know whoever their partner is They just might not be expecting it and they might not know really what to do in response on the first thing. I always say is. Don't try to solve the problem. Just try to hear about the problem. Be really good listener at this point and get educated because again that person going through this phase doesn't really understand what's going on either. They're not going to be able to necessarily how you and that can be frustrating on both sides. So how can apartment even ask because I know? A lot of male partners in couples work with mixed sex couples or men. I work with. I don't know how to ask or even a allude to the fact that might be this because it makes up you know like She'd be reduced to just in the Kansas fever mood. Germany advice for the men right. So that's that's something that you know. Even the word matter paws right is still kind of this. Taboo word It's kind of like sex therapist when I introduced myself and I say I'm a sex therapist. Either you walk towards me and WanNa know more or more often than not people lean back from me and kind of walk away so it's kind of the same way with the menopause. If you say menopause you get a little bit of the people that are kind of curious. I WanNa know more but more often than not. It's kind of like the conversation ends people move away. They don't really know what to say or what to talk about or you know it's very uncomfortable words still and that's why I wanNA talk about it more so first off For the partner. Try to listen more than to fix. Fix the the other person. Try to hear from them. What are they going through? And then approach it in a way of curiosity. Could this be what's going on for you you know? Tell me more about how this experiences. This seems familiar. Maybe we can do some research together. Could it be that this is what's affecting you your hormones? Join up with them. Maybe in an office visit to a physician to understand better. What's happening and be their ally verses their adversary that again wants to maybe pull away and not have the conversation. I really liked that. And I think that's true. Anything in couples righteous sitting with curiosity and empathy. Because this is something confusing set the woman was going through but also I would. I would also add you. Never say it in the middle of a reactive fight you know. That's what people end up doing that. Problem or part of the problem. Well absolutely so I always say. Try to respond rather than to react. Go from a place of pausing No Pun intended To to think about what's really going on here and how do I wanNA come across to support my partner and check your own attitude as a partner. Check your attitude about. What does this phase mean to you? What have you heard about it? Why is it reaction may be coming up for you rather than a response? Look to find ways that you can be more satisfied in the relationship and not so much. Make the partner responsible for that because again. This is a difficult time to navigate for both of you But but again partner up in that and not work against each other really really good advice. I really like what you're saying. You said earlier that it robs you of your Libido. Could you say more about like why who wanted to do that? Yeah sure so. So estrogen during this time is is decreasing or fluctuating. So again remember. This can happen over a period of eight to ten years that these hormones are are shifting So it's not necessarily like one day where my my Beatles low and it's never gonNA come back. It's just that it's kind of up and down with a lot of other things that are happening So that lower estrogen level mixed in with that testosterone going up and down can really affect the libido additionally what can end up happening is that with low estrogen it really affects lubrication and moisture within the vaginal canal in the area. So pain can sometimes come up. And then this cycle of kind of fearing the pain that can occur during sexual interactions can then lead to anxiety fear pulling back And then a decrease desire for engaging in those sexual interactions. So it's not just that little the Beato hormonally is going lower but it's that fear of maybe this is going to hurt. It's going to be uncomfortable. I might be in pain and who wants to go towards something. That's painful right in. The men have talked about how they're it makes them afraid they don't WanNa hurt her. And then they begin to have erectile dysfunction. Because you know they're not arousing anymore there they don't want more concerned about aim in the Russell states works both ways absolutely so I do hear that. So it's it's hard to have those conversations and know how to navigate around the pain and then like you said the partner is kind of on standby going like this is heard. Is this okay? Maybe I don't want to see you in pain. They pull back. I'm so again. It goes back to the really important piece of it. Which is communication. Which is the curiosity which is seeking to understand and have some education of reminds me of the show. We did with Joan Price. She does those sucker fifty and she just totally normalizes and we just don't do that in our culture because we don't talk about older people just our bodies are going to change even man's erections don't go don't happen as quickly or or at all the women going to what we're talking about today in terms of menopause. It's just how do you adapt to the new normal without apologizing either partner absolutely and I did listen to that podcast with Joan and I love that. I loved her approach to it. So you know another thing Related to that is thinking again about that. Responsive Desire Model. That is is more familiar with women is that we're not necessarily the spontaneous desire group. Oftentimes we respond sexually after we sort of get started so it may take a little bit longer for play. It may take discussing You know what other turn. On's could be there throughout the week on to kind of start the conversation around intimacy to let each other know. I'm here for you and I'm excited about you and I wanna be with you. That can star all week long and then in addition the physical touch the caressing the Near nurturing that foreplay before to then have more responsive desire for the sexual interactions rather than just spontaneous thing. That's going to happen out of nowhere because less. If that's way less likely to occur young that makes total sense. What what are the common things like in your office? I think the most common thing I hear from the women is that the dryness and they wanna what do I what can I do? The men don't know how to make album with lubrication. What do you recommend sure so again? That's a conversation That you know was really important. And it's not talked about because there's this kind of myth that all of us should be shortages of ready for sex at any given time if we start to talk about REC- picture or we were watching pornography or you know we're flirting with each other. That okay then now. We'RE READY TO GO. And it's just not the case in his not even the case amongst really any of us at any time. But it's even more important to think about this as you know we're in this era. Menopause place where the again estrogen level affects moisture affects lubrication. And it's not a bad thing to add lube. Add moisturizer to the equation. Moisturizer is something that the the woman would use daily herself It's just like my shredding face you know your face is GonNa get dry during this period. Your skin's going to be dry all among your whole body and you're gonNA put on MOISTURIZER and evolving area. You need moisturizer two. And then with lubrication try all sorts of different locations out There's so many different ones on the market. So look for one that works for you. If you're going to be using condoms than you do want to make sure that you're not using something that's going to degrade a condom but otherwise you know experiment the lubes there's ones that have flavors. There's wanted smell different ways. There's you know really slippery ones and then there's ones that you know ernest slick so it just depends on the two of you but or three of you whoever's involved You know test it out. Give it a try and don't be ashamed of it because it's perfectly normal that we might need to mushrooms on new at this time. I'm so brought up the not to degrade the The condom because a lot of people don't know that even today I I remember learning that even before the sex therapist. Maybe because I mail you know but So how would they know that? Like what would you tell people to do? Just know that whether it's going to the condom or not So you want it look for like more of a water based lubrication is always probably your best bet and it's also usually much less irritating for most of us since most of us are while we are all humans made out of waters ourselves so the water basically probably are your best bet. Oh that's a really good way to say it So that people can remember that because I just know a lot of people get confused about it and then they get online and they're like you know. What is this a good product profile? I trust it. How do they know you have ideas of where people can go? They are legitimate places. If I missed up I'm sure so you might go online There's menopause dot org is is a site just From the National Menopause Association and they they talk a lot about Different ways to manage pyramid puzzle symptom so that might be a good resource to look at You WanNa also stay away from like a lot of people might try like natural lubricants that they have at their home. I mean I've heard from coconut oil olive oil. You know different things at home. I don't necessarily recommend those Just because you don't know how much you're using. I don't really know what you're using an and I'd rather say you know go choose something that We can really count on. That's that's been tested and you know kind of FDA approved and again those water-based ones and I would stay away from any that have glycerine. Glycerin is is really like a sugary stickier substance. And sometimes those are really kind of they dry out and then They can be really irritating and then cause other. Other problems in the area has to be so informational for people because this is that easily access information Especially like you say it's taboo topic even be talking about when you when women are going through this. How do they know like what are some of the signs or symptoms that it's actually happening to them? Yeah so like I said One of the things I and it's just kind of the complaint of I just don't feel like myself. I know my body. It's not reacting. Has as it usually does kind of what's going on so that's kind of maybe the first kind of feeling or presentation I get from clients but again like we talked about. It might be that. Our arousal or desire for sexual intimacy is fluctuating. You know just doesn't feel like it's showing up in the same ways as before so that could be a sign A lot of changes happen and potentially that can happen so you know not. All of these will happen for everyone but things like breast. Fullness will decrease skin changes happen all over our body so it's were more dry feeling we have a less elasticity and this is you know everywhere on her body So we start to hear about like saggy. Skin sensitive skin more breakouts. We're back to that puberty stage because again those hormones are you know fluctuating and changing. So were re some of those things that we thought we left behind We've got the hair change. Possibility on all over the hair on top of her head might be thinning so we might notice more hairs coming out in the shower. We might have facial hair showing up in more than it ever has. We can have weight. Fluctuations issues can come up during this time our joints and our bones can be affected. I mean the list goes on and on. There's so many different things that can be happening and they can all be part of this paramount PAS phase. The you know they don't have to be. They aren't necessarily like a heart issue. Might be something separate that we want to rule out but but it definitely can be affected. Is I'm listening to this. I'm imagining as a therapist You're having to help navigate. The fear sounds clear to me. Like all listed. Make me afraid Must be something in a room right. It is scary and you know one of the other things I hear about is a lot of people are presenting with what they call kind of like a brain fog so that hag native impairment that that can happen. Where they you know. It's not just about like lose track of somebody's name right. We all kind of experience that or we walk into a room and we go. What did I come in here for but with absolutely you know it goes beyond that though? It's like they're having impairments at work. They can't concentrate as much They're having difficulty Just kind of with their thoughts you know not necessarily wandering or just difficulty in conveying what they want to say and how they can express themselves So that's scary and and that you know maybe thinks we we might think that I'm going through Maybe is this early demand shy. I having some kind of bigger neurological issues so I definitely recommend if people are concerned. And they're starting to worry about those things rule out some of these things with with confident physicians. Don't be afraid to go to a doctor and say look. I know this is probably this paramount. Pas thing but I want to rule out a hurt condition. I want rule out neurological condition that will alleviate some of the fear you know. That's good advice. What would you say? The top three things that women can do to feel better about themselves during menopause. Yeah so I think definitely get support and that support can come in a manner of many different ways. Get an ally physician that you really can trust. And who's competent in this area and the education with regular practitioners? You know may not be there as much and it's not really something. A lot of practitioners focused on. So make sure you do your research Again you can do some research if that menopause dot org site to find out who's been really specialized in Nepal has been but get educated. Get an ally. The other allies might be coming from friends. You know friends that might have gone through this. A support group It might be talking with you. Know the people that have come before you and your family that have gone through this transitional period and hearing what their experience was. Kinda just again to normalize it and know that you know you're not alone in this Also just to find some acceptance. This part of your life does not need to be a negative experience so find some acceptance that this is just something you're going to transition through much like puberty again. It's a phase. It's supposed to happen you know it's a natural occurrence. I'm find some acceptance in some compassion for yourself through it. I think that's really important. Is to cultivate compassion. Note I wish It's Kinda it's part of what you're saying but it's it's not so A lot of younger men are really attracted to older women right even throughout menopause. And there's they fought call the mills. Whatever they call them right there. Yup But most women I talked to say but I don't it doesn't make me feel sexy because I'm not attractive back to them and sometimes I feel sad about that because in the game community younger guys like the older guys like me they call me like a daddy and it makes me feel sexy. It makes me feel like I'm still vibrant at my age. Why don't you think women can't feel that way? I mean I guess doesn't have to be from a younger guy. But what happens that they start to? You've already explained. So many things that their bodies go through but it just it's it makes me sad. They can't still sexy even when a younger guy was looking at them. You are sexists. Yeah I think that's again kind of about like attitude about this part of our lives. I mean you know still in our society like it or not age is a factor of kind of how we've you beauty and and sexual longevity up sex appeal. I think they're still kind of is driven by that that the message is that once you kind of age out. You're not that sexy or not that interesting. You're not that appealing and so we we still buy into that even though it's absolutely not the case So how'd you kind of beat that on our own and and really embrace this part of ourselves is you know we can do some more self exploration with our own bodies. Really get to know our bodies you know it has it has maybe changed and it's not acting in the ways that it used to but what are some of the other really wonderful things about this phase? I mean one thing. Some people site is that much less risk of pregnancy. And that's really freeing for a lot of US okay. Great I'm I don't have to approach sex with a fear of pregnancy. I can approach it now from a place of pleasure and just sheer enjoyment. So it's really about kind of how we're looking at it and look at it through that positive lens rather than than I have lunch. I love it. How can people find you cathy? If they want to know more learn more maybe even work with you. Sure so I have my website. Which is pseudo counseling? Dot Com and then Michigan sex. Therapy is my instagram. And I'm on facebook poodle counseling. This has been a great conversation. I really appreciate it. Feels to me like a continuation of changing it from like what you say a taboo subject to more of a health conversation. Thanks so much Kathy for being my guests and to everyone listening and I'd like to also thank our sponsors of this episode. Let's get checked for twenty percent off your male hormone and home tests tickets. Go to T. R. Y. L. C. DOT COM forward slash. Joe That's T. R. Y. L. D. C. dot com forward slash Joe and use the code in the shopping cart. Twenty at all remember. This isn't just for men who think they're in a funk. All men should be tested Testing they're horrible leveled on a regular basis. I'm testing mind tonight. And don't forget to follow me on Instagram and twitter at Dr Joe Court please. Rate Review and subscribe to my podcast until next week. 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Things Get Tense Between Mazie Hirono and Ted Cruz during Antifa meeting

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Takes two seconds to say come on by the way it was for me I have one song is just mine. Yes. Fine. Joe Show, it's named. Talking about things that sound like Joe let's talk about. Price you did there that's a segue. Bad segue. SEGUE SEGUE NONETHELESS OPRAH WINFREY IS A. While she was a great talk show host. Great talk show host. She was a very good news anchor before that she was given opportunities by people and I've seen her documentaries I've seen her history she's given opportunities by white people. In the industry that believed in her even though many others didn't. And it's in the story how much he's actually worth. But Mobile Winfrey somehow has gone from the American dream. Where you can only succeed like she has in a great country like ours. To now complaining about People's Whiteness, carry do I have it right? You. Do actually if you don't mind, please fill us in on what Oprah's problem is with whiteness from the blaze Oprah Winfrey sit on video that white privilege whiteness give white people a leg up over people of Color, in all situations in recent seminar about what it means to be white the self made billionaire told white people that they're racist even when they might not realize that they're racist her white guest made in a recent episode of the Oprah Conversation when free in NFL linebacker Emmanuel Acho spoke to several white guests who admitted the racism during the episode titled. Uncomfortable conversations with the black men part one when free said, there are white people who? Are. Not as powerful as the system of white people, the caste system that's been put in place but they still no matter where they are on the wrong or the ladder of success they still have their whiteness whites have a leg up she insisted you still have your whiteness. That's what the term white privilege is. It means that whiteness still gives you an advantage no matter. It's the fundamental issue and during the discussion spoke with her white guests to discuss their own personal come to Jesus moments in admitting that they too might just be racist one. Then Seth told Winfrey he must be racist because he's never been actively anti-racist. You've become warm during this period. and. Realize that awakening that you're a racist right when free asset I. Just WanNa know how that happened a seth responded by admitting he's apparently been a racist his whole entire life but only now does he realize how I was born in the seventy see began I was born and raised in Manhattan I've always considered myself to be a liberal now I'm only the friend of people of color but also an advocate and but this movement over the last month has been powerful I realized I couldn't be not racist I realized I. Either was a racist or an anti-racist and I wasn't I'm not an anti-racist and one woman leases Winfrey Shia California said that. Even she has unconscious biases. White people have to respond by pointing out white parents should help bear the burden of solving racism. Here's what I told my friends with their white children. He began I said, y'all live in a white called sack, a white neighborhood in a white city in a white state. If you're not careful, your children will live their whole white life and at Twenty six, twenty seven, they'll end up being part of the problem because you just let them and allow them to live a completely white sheltered and cultureless life. Acho added as a black person, white people the proverbial phrase of white people they run America CEO's fortune five, hundred companies exacts. They run America, not an individual white person but collective white people you concluded firmly believe that if the white person is your problem, only the white person can be your solution. While I've been asked him is Ocho I could be wrong and might be. He's a linebacker I duNno. How do you spell it A. C. H. O. Does he pronounce an actual has you pronounced Paulo? Is it Acho? Member never heard the guy was talking to somebody else Ocho I believe knowing ut. I was OCHO CINCO. When what's his face Johnson? Changes US calling himself is number. Canton Wide Receiver Yeah. So Oprah Winfrey, I've seen it written and carry I. Don't know that story says the number but I've heard the number is his largest three point two billion dollars. Does say she has a self made billionaire. So that sounds about right over those who don't understand what that means. A, billion. Is thousand million. Oprah Winfrey has potentially three thousand million dollars. God bless her self made herself. I don't know that any that she committed any crimes to get that done. I, feel confident that she didn't and I believe that she got it because of her God given talent and her ability to have drive and desire to succeed in the one country on earth where she could succeed at this point. Want to play a little bit of the audio show the video to some people on twitch. Of this, we're just a few seconds of it. And then I'll let you answer white people. There are white people who are not as powerful as the system of white people the caste system that's been put in place but they still. No matter where they are on the wrong or the ladder of success, they still have their whiteness. I don't know if that means. I don't know what that means but you've got. This other guy whoever it is I feel like saying, bless you WanNa hear his name now he's sitting there on a large screen shaking his hand agreeing with Oprah. Then you've got three white faces, two women and a man on smaller screens agreeing with Oprah about their whiteness or something. I don't know if that means. Kerry, can you name another former news anchor former talk show host that's worth billions of dollars i. Thought. Paul you're usually good at finding something. Anybody a talk show somebody WHO'S OPRAH LIKE Jerry Springer is not worth billions of dollars Geraldo headed talked not worth billions Larry King. No, not even close to billions. I would think he's probably less than one hundred million. Probably less than fifty million. But I mean Larry King certainly has a great history too great legacy and you would think in this country where whiteness is rewarded, he'd have more money than Oprah he's not even close. So, what are we talking about here? We're talking about literally the woman who is proof that which he saying his bunk is still saying it. She is literally the proof. That, this is not a racist country because if it were, she would not have the rich she has she would not have the bully pulpit she has she would not be able to put her her considerable weight. No Pun intended behind candidates like stacy what's your face in in? Georgia This woman. Has More money. Than three thousand of US combined will ever even think of having. I tape thirty thousand of us, combined maybe even. And I'm okay with it earned it's hers. But what the Hell is she complaining about? What is it? THAT HAPPENED TO OPRAH? As. She looks at her bank account and travels the world privately and lives in her mansions and basically doesn't do much anymore. She used to do the talk show everyday. Now she does the conversation with Oprah whenever she feels like it. What exactly is it that happened her made her say well, it's clearly a racist nation. And you by the way are racist. If you have not admitted that you've done nothing about racism Kerry, how do I suppose that? My Brain? How tell my daughters? Hey, listen you've got to do something about Racism Rossio proving that you're a racist don't know how did that happen? No idea you raise your boys. And No, we're not raising them that way. You are a racist if you're not out there marching with him, this is what she saying. You're racist if you're not out there marching with. Your racist. If you're not out there marching against Donald Trump, she's literally calling people who've done nothing racist racists and they're so stupid, they believe it. And she's worth billions of dollars. And her life could not be any better. And she's just as black as she used to be. She got the same opportunities as a young black woman who wasn't known as she's getting as an older black woman who is known. She got those opportunities because there wasn't any white privilege or whiteness stopping her. What the hell are we talking about here? Why would somebody worth that much money living that high in the hog complain about this country where she was allowed to make that kind of money succeeded that level lives at that high on the hog what the beep is wrong with Oprah Winfrey. Maybe. You could tell me eight, eight, nine, four, one pags ended eight, nine, four, one, seven, two, four, seven, joepags, dot com, your thoughts we come back stair. This is the Joe pags show. Great to have you welcome to the program. Thanks. It is the Joe Pags show for your Wednesday eight nine four one pags. JOEPAGS DOT COM. Lots going on. Lots to get to because of the lines I appreciate you calling in Carol Oregon what's happened in? Hi. Hi Joe thanks for taking my call. This segment on Oprah really hit a nerve with me. I'm originally from Illinois rural country there, and I was one of the people that fell in love with Oprah with US White, folks as support her when she opened in Chicago and this really smacks followed her for years until she got into this crazy position later in life and I'm I'm tired I'm seventy, six years old. I'm not going to be ashamed of the color of my skin, which is what I think is happening today. I'm afraid to be. White. Amazing point I mean Oprah Winfrey Black People in America about twelve or thirteen percent. She could not have found her success if she were only waiting for black people to watch her show or to support her show or to give her a job, she was given a leg up by by people of that jet they were generally speaking white. But by people who just say talented, we want to give you a shot look. We give me a great. Talk show host yes. Will you can own your own syndication and people like you and people like me we happen to be the horrible white people we decided. We like what she's doing and we're GonNa Watch. What she's doing. We'll support that. That's why she has been has become such the success that she is, but she forgets all of that and literally had free people on her show just to admit they were all racists none of which are racist. Exactly. That's what really hit me as I remember when she was a nobody and all of us all we were young women we all white, all of us white fell in love with her and we propelled her to where she is today and I just really think it's like kicking the teeth I'm really very, very disappointed in her and ashamed. None of. US get anywhere without the help of someone and as far as bias I don't know of anybody that doesn't have some form a bias even if we don't like to admit it I hear you and we're all human. That's for sure I appreciate your call in very very well said, the fact is I supported Oprah in fact, her show is right before my newscast would start and I would do the tease for the newscasts coming up at the end of the Oprah show. We would watch the end of the show I saw oprah lot in the whitewashed Oprah. I'm guessing my mother did carry. Did you watch Oprah and yes. Oprah was good stuff. I like to say what's interesting to me is oprah did a show one day where she has she separated people with Blue Eyes from people who didn't have blue eyes. As she was doing this study she came out she said, we did a poll and we found out that people with Blue Eyes special privileges. Here's why the special treatment here's why special this that and the other here's why and then she started questioning people who didn't have blue eyes and many of them were black in the audience. Do. You agree with these absolutely those people with Blue Eyes all think they're special absolutely people blue eyes they have special privileges people blue eyes don't have to work as hard as I have to work and then Oprah. At the end of the show said we were just kidding. We were doing just just a scientific study people blue. I don't have an upper hand people blue eyes don't get special privileges. Would you set it to see if you believe the bias she literally used to be the solution. And now she's causing the problem. I'll never forget that show. I was like, wow, because I was getting mad going dude people with lighter colored is don't get special this that and the other when she talking about. and. Then at the end she she let the air out of the blue she said, no. We were just doing a study none of what we said was true. And it really did exposed by us of those who are in the how fast people were willing to become the victim. Now Oprah worth billions of dollars is pretending she's the victim startling. Ross. What's going on? Hi. Hey Joe. Wow, I remember when Oprah? was they anchor in Baltimore. Back in the late of. And It was it'll Richard share with her Senior. And help her. Get through a difficult time. Learning the the anchor. Position. And then. I left for Europe Bill, very stiff and came back. And all of a sudden. Wow. This person I remember she has a show her own. and. She just could not have gotten there. By herself and especially the way she started. and. It's just very, very hypocritical to do which. Doing now. And I think. Well I do know that she is trying to shake cast. Book said. About the. System. And so now everybody's got, is it a cast and that's a Helium country. Ninety dollars. Or not a cast you never get out of that. Nobody knows if she says, nobody will look it up Ross I appreciate that you kinda sketchy but I appreciate you ended eight, nine, four, one, pags eight, eight, nine, four, one, seven, two, four, seven joepags dot com. If YOU'RE A billionaire in America and you happen to be a minority and a woman, you are the proof that we're not a racist or misogynistic country. You're the proof that we are not a country. That's that's following some patriarch, your some caste system. That's not what's going on what's going on here is you are really good at your job you're able to benefit from it. You got incredible opportunities he took advantage of them. You should be out front talking in the loudest volume possible that how great the country as we come back social media tyrants. What is the FCC doing about it? We've got Brendan Brendan Carr from the next on the Joe pags show stare. This is the Joe pags show. Radio stations across the land joepags Dot Com facebook, twitter, instagram email. It's all right there plus the live video feed. It's the JOE PAGS show. Glad to have year liquid had this guy back he's a commissioner on the federal. Communications Commission it's Brendan. Carbon how are you? Great, to see you again me back on the program you're really glad to have have you on again I'm sorry you haven't seen my tweets days because I'm in twitter jail and this is this is a pet project of yours a real pet peeve. I should say of yours that big tech is really going after one side big tech is going after some people for their thoughts and leaving other people alone. No matter of vile they are with their thoughts because they might align with them in my case which you know about because I've been texting you about it. In my case I dared say Hashtag hydroxy chloroquine works that's it didn't say take it right now didn't say go take some fish tank cleaner i. didn't say the President's the best doctor in the country I just said which studies are showing up and Say Hydrochloric, works. And by the way new, we know it works for fifty years for malaria semi saying it works is not against anything they cited the W. H. O. and their guidelines which is suspended I can delete the tweet if I WANNA be unsuspended which I'm not GonNa do what are your thoughts on that I mean does does that website have the right? If they're a platform, not a publisher? Do they have the right to tell me that Keno pint about hydroxy chloroquine? Yeah, this goes to through a fundamental question I. believe that we need to see more speech more ideas, a diversity of viewpoints on the Internet and the way that it's structured right now with the current interpretations of section two thirty, we're seeing less speech in fact, Democrats want go even further they want websites start cracking down even more I don't think it's the right approach and. I've laid out a path forward, I. Think we can bring more accountability more transparency and more user empowering. But this is really a microcosm I think for the conservative movement where it's a lot of people that say look just sit on our hands do nothing and I don't think it's the right approach I think we can take some light touch action here that can improve the situation. Let's talk about your twitter feed because you have actually been threatened with death by people who are writing in Chinese and those those accounts are not suspended. They're not deleted. They're not. They're not gonNA band that's allowed to happen. I've seen more people say to me badger a right wing conservative, Jerko? WE'RE GONNA die from cove it nothing happens to them. That's cool. You can do. It on their platform but you and I in the last time we spoke I think we kinda disagreed you don't really want to thirty to be invoked. If I remember correctly because you're a free speech guy, your First Amendment Guy, you want less restriction less regulation on the Internet and more free speech but here's the counterbalance if they're not giving us free speech would is our recourse. You'll to your point type of death threats that I get and other stuff out there. Yeah. I. Don't want that taken down at the end of the day some of it. Goes a far and I have sort of flag some of that but I think more speech more ideas better but it's the hypocrisy is the double standard that so many people just see with their own eyes when you've got the Ayatollah Khamenei out there calling for genocide, you've got to twitter official in Israel suggesting that that's fine. But tweets from the President United States commenting on political situations. Those aren't I think people have a really good sniffer for hypocrisy in if the rules were evenly applied I, think you would have people accepting it a lot better, but it's that double standard where you got communist Chinese propagandists out there you've got is. Calling for genocide, but twitter seems to be myopically focused on conservative voices not just conservatives but I think it's disproportionately affecting them. Yeah I agree. It's a at Brendan Carr FCC over on twitter I can't see him right now but you can To that end twitter claims to be a town square, an open town square where we're just talking about what's going on. In fact when you sign up for twitter says, Hey, it's what's going on It turns out. That's not really the case if they were a town square than they would be called a platform, they're a publisher because they literally have said we will not allow you to publish that on our site to me because of the one line that I wrote and that's all I did. I didn't anymore egregious and if they're gonNA do that to. Thirty really does give the right for people to now sue them for libel and we've talked about this a million times. If you go on twitter and say joepags is a murderer, I can sue you I can't sue twitter because of the protections they have from liability shouldn't go by the wayside. Now, if you're going to play this game Jack Dorsey or the other is at twitter, then maybe we should go even though the plainfield to where I can sue them now for squelching my right to say what I want on that site where they invited me to come. This goes to the heart of the debate in DC right now over section two, thirty reform to your point this distinction between a publisher and therefore liable in platform therefore, not liable has been completely eliminated section to thirty two three says it doesn't matter whenever the website is doing within the contours of two thirty. It's not going to be liable for. Can I think you know that probably made sense back in the thousand ninety s when you had these prodigy and compuserve messaging board. But if you flash forward to today, these are just internet giants and this is not a statement that big is bad. This is a statement that the type of content moderation going on today. In the twenty twenties compared to the one, thousand, nine hundred is so vastly different than it was when Congress passed this law but I think it's okay for us to take a look at refreshing this. In fact, just this week we put out for comment a petition filed by the trump administration asking us to modernize and update our approach to thirty, and again, people have very extreme reactions to that and say, look, let's put it out for comment. Let's move forward. No one's gonNA violate the first. amendment. But there are ways that we can update our approach to that might make sense in light of the type of content moderation we see today right? It's Brendan Carr FCC Commissioner. Refreshing changing it modernizing and if you will, you mentioned prodigy compuserve I was on them. I was on CBS, which is a bulletin board system, which is a very monochrome in green. Sort of almost ASCII is how you can draw a picture, but you'd go there to just be a person saying, Brendan. Car says, and then it's a response to this and it's just plain text. Now we've got such elaborate vehicles through which we can do things on the Internet and. Having somebody say it's my said like if I opened up a bulletin board system or a forum on Joepags, Dot Com, I can say listen the rules are about a like delete it. If I don't like it, you can't be here and I say that right upfront Bam I'm in control and that's what said facebook and twitter and instagram and these others they literally said, Hey, come on, it's open an open forum just GonNa just, GonNa. Hold your pictures for you and reconnect you with your your old high school friends and everything else or you can opine politically and then they changed it. And we talked about this before, is there any anything to my argument that it's a Bayton switch? Hey, pags you've got a big audience for half million listeners, bring your audience to our platform and we will allow you then to talk with your audience and maybe get some other people who disagree with you. But we'll mix it up on our platform and while they're here to show your audience and banner ads. So we can make a bunch of money now that I brought my audience literally told me we're not gonNA, take what you have to say isn't that a bait and switch all I do think base which element here when twitter and other platforms were amassing power and amassing this network effective users they were saying things like we are the free speech wing, the Free Speech Party, and once they have completed amassing of power and the network effects and everything that comes with that all of a sudden you're seeing something very different. That's why I've called for the Federal Trade Commission to take a look at this through the Lens of any type of business in this country if you hold yourself out and say look for all the content moderation that we do, we aren't going to. Engage in this type of content moderation, and then you do you should be liable to the public commitment just like any other business in this country I know the FTC is concerned about getting into political speech in that realm. But some of this is just plain commercial speech as well. So I think that there should be a a closer lens taken at the FCC where I work at the FTC and I think that's the path forward go follow him on twitter. Brendan. Carr FCC and incredible tweets. You'll see how the Chinese government goes after lot. Let's talk about Google and Youtube for a second. The Big Tech was on Capitol Hill last week I watched some of it and every time the Google CEO was asked anything about Youtube about searching because you can go on Google search something and you won't find a conservative a right leaning. Outlet, for the first ten items that show up there is a listed as stack to the top, plus we've also talked about auto finish where I start typing something in and it automatically putting something that's very left-winger very democratic very liberal. This guy. When he was questioned by some. Republican. Members of the of the House Committee. Basically know I'm not look into bed I'll have my office get back to your office some without admitting it. He basically admitted yes. Of course we are. We are directing people away from trump ads and we're directing them by dads again through the FCC's Lens. Is there something wrong with that? I think some of that testimony was very skilled responses someone who testifies before Congress a lot in some ways I respected the game was being played there by the witness. But look you know search is really interesting and this is where a lot of people look at me and say, you know look as conservative you need to stand for free market principles and just let competition take care of this. But when you look at the dominance that Google has and the search market, you can be a small business jobs plummer overnight through a tweak in the algorithm, your Internet traffic and. Go to zero. There's nothing you can do about that. There's no real competitive pressure. You can bring Joe the plumber to address that, and that's why I've called for greater transparency and greater accountability. There are things that we can do conservatives that has more than just sitting on our hands or taking an ostrich-like approach to the biased application of power I'm glad to see these issues being raised I've got to ask you this though 'cause you say transparency and accountability I agree with you but it sounds like you're saying they can do it. They just have to tell us they're gonNA. It's twofold. I think one at least tell us what you're doing. So the debate in DC six months ago was there's no conservative bias. You guys are making this up well today it's more like, of course, there's biased. It's okay because it's our private platforms, we've made some progress. So transparency help but that's where I think accountability is out there as well that once you make these public. You should be held accountable to it. But yeah, we can get to a place where people are telling us. This is exactly what's GonNa Happen on this platform. Then we have a better chance of making really informed decisions as opposed to the bait and switch that a lot of people feel like they've been subjected to up to now back to me because it is all about me, brandon, you know that it's Eight days now that I've been banned twitter has this disability that you can appeal the ban I did we've we received your appeal will look into it as soon as we can. But in the meantime, if you'd rather cancel your appeal and delete the tweet, you're good. So there's still trying to get me to delete this tweet. It doesn't say anything wrong. The reason why I'm I'm suspended from twitter is because I'm not following the WHO guidelines the same World Health Organization that our president has said we're leaving we're not going to give. Them any money anymore they lied to cover China's rear end when it came to covid nineteen and the the idea that it couldn't be transferred from animals to humans that was a lie they lied and tried to hide how serious it wasn't Wuhan. That's the organization I have to get in lockstep with if I want to post on twitter the I'm not making that up. That's exactly what's happening. What can I possibly do as a free speech loving American, and still take part in a website that's forcing me to back something I disagree with. That's why I think bringing greater transparency and accountability here is so important to your point there is an appeal process, but it's like a black box and there's really nothing that is requiring twitter to give you any real type of response and again the Apocrypha here you can go to your point on twitter today in there are tweets from the WHO that are still up that say there is little evidence of human to human transmission of. Cova. There's no. Fact check on that they hadn't been put in twitter jail like you have. You have tweets her up right now from representative swallow saying you know stop wearing masks or don't wear math there's no back check on that. He hasn't been put in twitter jail for that. So again, I think it's the policy that people see here in a lack of transparency that frustrates people and sometimes legitimate pushback sometimes twitter legitimately taken down the fact that there's so little transparency. People fill those take downs with you know their own politics they think it's you know there's a lot more going on there. Then sometimes there is well I would agree with you if what I said was not factually true in it is if what I said was trying to prescribe medicine and I'm not a doctor I understand if I try to pretend I'm a scientist or an allergist I get that to what I posted his verifiably true this is a. Medication spent on the market for fifty years now, and it does work for malaria anecdotal data shows that it works for Covid nineteen two. So I'm not sure how to at a twitter jail I've had a pretty weak to be honest with you. Last quick question with Brendan Carr FCC at Brendan Carr FCC on twitter. So we'll section to thirty be clarified. Will it be refreshed? Will be renewed? Is that going to happen or is it just an idea right now? Well, there's a petition filed at the FCC and we've put that out for public comments on encouraged people to take their views and filed with the FCC if you want to go tell us if you think it's a bad idea and we shouldn't we wanna hear those views as well, and so we will take those views together than figure out a path for the FCC congress as well is looking at potential legislation to reform to thirty. So the debate is live there's been no final decision made but the people. Should participate in this guy I hope that they do I. Really There's a lot people are affected by this people with much much smaller following the mind can't get a peep out on social media without being squashed they went after me I think it'd probably a tribal lunacy go after bigger people in other people with a lot bigger following than I have on social media and it's a pretty scary place to be Brennan I always appreciate it I. appreciate we do for the country. Let's do it again soon. Can We? Thanks much looking forward to it either brother we're back after this is the Joe Pags show stay here. You're listening to joepags. Great to have you really awesome to have brandon car on from the FCC I. Think we've got to me. There's GonNa be investigating looking into it and seeing if there is something that they can do about big tech tyrants like twitter and facebook and instagram and the like. Your thoughts on that plus your thoughts on Oprah Winfrey. Is Downtrodden and beaten down by the white man. 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We have the lines I appreciate you taking the time and it's going to be Denison Ohio. Dennis what's up? Thanks for taking my call you bet. All Army Oprah thing where would that Brock Obama be? It's been like go to meet President Obama would not have won had he not gotten the white? Vote. Right, but it's whiteness that's the problem in America just listen to Oprah. She would be worth he grabbed. To, like people watching the show exactly right. But but again, that can be discounted because suddenly we're all very woke Dennis. Thank you. I. Appreciate that back backout it's going to be Reggie and Saginaw Reggie what's going on. Hi. Joe Thank predicted my college to say just term what a what, what about black entitled Everything's about White Entitlement is Oprah and Michelle Black entitled and if they're having such a tough time, why don't they go on on the street through demonstrating than throwing out some of their money? I'm guessing that's probably not going to happen Reggie but it's a good suggestion on thinking Oprah Kerry. What do you think you didn't go parole show up on the streets and throw some money around I'm going to say no. No one. Knew. Due to say, no to the throwing of the money mystery. Yes. I don't know I. Did you see the video of her that I played? Did you see that video I did not? It's at the bottom that story that you're that you're reading and she's in a very, very white room. I was almost uncomfortable. It was so white. Wow, it was almost like racist white that rumor. So. How dare she? She could have a black room wash leaving the black out. Would is she a room right? It'd be. Bad okay. No could be Kyle Meghan Abba. Let's go. Joel great to hear from you Levy. Talk, show. Great a A I flew corporate for awhile was good friends with a guy Most of corporate downtown and he played for Oprah. And he got fired because him and the other guys white she wanted to all black crew. 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That'd be graded eight, nine, four, one pack. So I had somebody today I was talking to tracy beans over uncovered DC. And she said you see what easy Hirano did so no, it's. I know it's. Have you seen this. Yes. Was this today or yesterday I believe it was yesterday. Because what happened was yesterday at Ted Cruz on live. And the senator was supposed to go on an hour earlier but they were still in this hearing where he's the chairman of this subcommittee. and. Hearing was about Antifa about black lives matter about these organizations that out there the destructing property just destroying things and Ted wants there to be a provision put in place that they can. They could sue for triple damages. These organizations keep on doing that I. Think it's a very smart move. Would I hope dissuade these horrible organizations from doing what they're doing and communities? macy Arana was sitting there and Ted Cruz just looks right out and says, are you to say I gotTA. Change right say guess Antifa if you want. And Just. Got, to they're going to be on the radio tomorrow morning in Honolulu with John Matthews. Go and do a little something something there in the morning it's morning for him. It's afternoon for me so it's good Talk about this and Alaskan this very simple question again, which is Why did you people elect Maisy Hirono I don't understand it. It doesn't make sense to me when I hear from my great folks in Hawaii, they loved the show by the way get great ratings at four o'clock in Hawaii we just love being on there, but I don't understand why something can be done to make or push for a switch in who represents you maisy Geraldo is either really really really unintelligent. Or she is very intelligent and playing like she's not I'm not sure which one it is. But the things she says are only rivaled by like Hank Johnson. who fought Guam would tip over if we put more people on the island. Remember. Remember. The Hut. Yeah. Talking to lay general's general wouldn't it flip over if you had to many people? The generals like. Formation that suggests that would happen. As Nice as Say Her. My answer would have been has there been the drug test or not system. There's. So. Ted Talking about he's talking about ANTIFA black lives matter the organization. And he's talking about how of all of course, we all believe black lives matter the organizations a bad group, and then maisy Ronan has her chance to speak I. Just want to give a little bit of this. Proposition, do black labs matter absolutely. Yes. And our nation was founded on the proposition that all men are created equal regardless of race or skin color. But the organization that has seized that name. Is Very. Different and if they succeeded with their stated number, one objective of defunding abolishing every police department, many many more black lives would would be lost because more African Americans would be murdered without the police officers that bravely risked their lives to defend those communities. Senator Rona. Sometimes, I don't think you listen. So, how many times have I had to say that we all should be denouncing. Extremists of every strike. Including no way. I have the time by the way you know the Republicans. Can't tell she's acting dumb or she is I? Don't I don't know. And I'm going to give her the down say she she's not dumped. She's acting that way. I just another turner microphone. You know what I mean. Packing initiates it Baba above Mr. Chairman. Thank you, listen. She was speaking before that she didn't press the button. Constantly, using after, say you you brought it up yourself the deaths of these black police officers, Patrick Underwood, and David Dorn for making political points. And the fact that it was right wing extremists who killed officer Underwood. Seems to be lost in this argument, and now they're all these attacks about black lives matter and what they're saying I. mean comedy of us even think that defunding police departments is it should be taken literally I mean I certainly don't. She, she doesn't take the funding police departments literally. And she suggesting carry corrective. I can get this wrong in the translation she suggesting that nobody's taking it seriously, how many of us are taking this reactor? People are taking US seriously actually. You know I can report the news every day and they're saying it. Yeah. They're voting on it. Your speech literally mean defunding police departments right and even Joe Biden said Yeah we should move some funds away from there. So the idea that she's suggesting that W- nobody's taking that seriously is just a lie and either she knows it or she just not very smart. So you know we have this Pesky thing called freedom of speech. And I'd say the people who support black lives matter and if they're calling for various boycotts and all that, let's call freedom of speech and that's what this hearing pedal is. Protecting speech. So, all I can see as we should all join hands and denouncing. and. Whatever words you want to us. About violent extremism of all stripes I think we can all agree on that. So to constantly accused Democrats of not caring about that is really I can only say that you. Aren't listening. So I hope this is the end of the. So she looks over there and he's some aid is telling Something and then she says, all you're not listening. Mr Chairman and that we don't have to listen to any more of your rhetorical speeches. Thank you very much. I'm leaving. Thank you very much I'm leaving. Hawaii. Explain Yourself. How is this person your senator? How did this happen? Well, I appreciate the all as always kind and uplifting words of Senator Haruna. And that would also note that throughout her remark, she still did not say a negative word about ANTIFA nor has any Democrat here. they instead engage in a political game were they depend? Her Microsoft. But she's still yelling you here in the back of me need. Pressure microphone and have have it out have the argument doing dope this child that you're being right now don't throw a Tantrum don't act like you're somehow put off or put out. Actually have the conversation. Hit him back. ANTIFA, was good and bad say something. You're welcome to say something negative about Antifa now. No microphone I think that I've covered the subject quite well, she says, as she's standing there gathering her her books like a schoolgirl it doesn't make any sense with this woman's doing it doesn't make any sense with her lack of responsibility to the voters of Hawaii I urge you. Hawaiians, please stop voting for people like this Mahalo. See what I did. There I said thank you in Hawaiian. Yes, you should do that tomorrow in the interview Hirono. Is is actually in the United States Senate. Collecting a paycheck for acting like that for acting like a child. And she just wouldn't say antiques, of course, they're bad. But she did say something that really is remarkable that nobody's taking it seriously to fund the police. As we report every day factually actually voted to defend the police in Minneapolis. They're doing that in many cities across this country radical left wing liberal. Progressives like Keith Ellison Son who's on the city council? In Minneapolis they want the police gone. This isn't just something that people are saying to get to get headlines SORTA, make a tweet these they're saying this because they want it. They literally don't want any funding for police and with Ted Cruz says that more black people will die if that were the case is true. And maisy Hirono was too busy gathering her things and forgetting to turn the microphone on then to actually have a back and forth about it. Your thoughts. This is really she is a picture. She is a a real flavor of what the Democrats are trying to do. She's pretending that what's happening before you isn't happening. It's like Baghdad Bob Remember Baghdad Bob Carey number that is. Alabama that Bob Name. But we called him Baghdad Bob as the tanks were rolling in. To Iraq into. The capital city. Baghdad. Bob The information secretary for Saddam Hussein with the tanks behind him in the shot. was saying they're not here doubly the Americans are lying. We saw the tanks he was saying it. We literally saw them rolling through his city. If what are you kidding me? They're no tanks here. Americans, they can't get to Baghdad. When they were right there. Back, the game as her on these left wing Democrats are playing. Whether it be Eric Swale well. or Joe Biden through his puppeteers or Maisy Rono or cory booker or you name it? The Democrats are literally looking you in the eyes and say what I'm doing right now I'm not really doing. And you have to believe me because I'm not a mean. Republican. Eight eight, nine, four, one, eight, eight, nine, four, one, seven, two, four, seven, joepags, dot com. Love to hear from you on this. Keep it here. Show. have. You the Joe Pags show eight nine, four, one PAGS JOEPAGS DOT COM lots of people, WanNa. Be Heard. Careless, play a game I like to call how much of a child is joepags. Okay. That's a fun game I like that one. So over there on Parlour P. A. R. L. E. R. DOT COM look joepags J. O. E. G. 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So I'm not I'm not suspended from twitter. Suspended from twitter the W. People say that out loud in your car right now you'll get it is. Samuel, K. I don't think so. Much of children on the shoulder polo was able to keep it together to be honest it is eight nine, four, one pags maisy mazier on our friend ladies in Maui Lynn. Why on Earth You keep on electing this lady? I like your twitter thing. Don't say it Lynn. Do not I'm not not. I'm not I promise I'm not. CUSS. So there you go I I have no why they keep electing her I. think we have three Republican. Delegates in the whole state of Hawaii. Out, of a hundred. But even even the Democrats in Hawaii embarrassed this lady don't they when she says something that's stupid like she did today, there has to be a level of embarrassment for the islands that has to be overwhelming. I. Believe. So I also think that every time I go out and speak with people at the grocery store or wherever you know ace hardware done I keep looking at him and I say I hope you're voting this time because I think the last time we had twenty eight percent. Of people over here though and it was mostly union. That's the. That's got the whole is the unions. and. The Republican Party comes and asked me to please help with their you know electing trumping don't. And I'm like, you haven't the party itself hasn't come over and help anything I think if they had somebody. Like John Junior or Laura over here I think they would find a lot of people very much receptive. Now especially, it's like I told Sam, we have over nine hundred residents arrest restaurants that have closed. And these are old places that have been here fifty. Holy Mackerel ever nine hundred. Now these are little mom and pop shops, but there are also some of the largest ones You know have golf courses apart with them and stuff like it's just it's horrible over here. In Washington full-fat. Yes and and hopefully somebody will be you know I'm. I just turned sixty six so I'm not. I'm not in the age range to do that. Hopefully, somebody will come along. I think people are finally paying attention to it because that his hit so many people over here. It's so sad and they say thirty to forty thousand people maybe leaving the state. Because you can't, you can't live here. Democrats. Okay. With that. Let them go to California. Well I. Know, the problem is they'd go into auto. That's where most people from here go to vacation. So Labor when I heard that it's very interesting about the Labor I heard that it was like, wow but anyway, you know it's Just pray for us. That's all I got laid. down. She gotta go I. We're trying okay good by. Lynch done she's out. Let begging for the salt by the way which I use every single night Let me go back to the phone lines going to be Melanie Massachusetts Melanie Talk to me. Hi Joe I feel honored to speak with you. Betcha up here in Massachusetts. years ago I became a gold star family member I lost someone in Iraq and Thank you the reason I say that is I've sort of been. Kind of. only because of people like you are sort of make it. My point is you know when I listened to her own speak you know I was just sitting there boiling with anger. Because you know after my laws what I did with, I decided to go back to graduate school and be a social worker at the Va.. And I have I've had a great career. as a social worker but you know I chose a very liberal profession. I went in there to help people But what I learned was you know they didn't celebrate the diversity of thought I sat through a lot of diversity classes. But I started to realize very quickly appear. There was no forum for diversity of thought and. It just angered me my graduation they the students protested the Catholic charities President. And it was. Demonized this woman and I just WANNA say Toronto. Okay. What would have happened if we if some of US conservatives had said, well, you know just like tea party or something. We want to celebrate our right to protest. It just would not have celebrated and don't forget. This was a college I won't say which college in Boston but. You know when Bill Ayers came to speak. There was absolutely no protest whatsoever. And for people that are part of the military family you know we're becoming so much smaller now. So I think that's part of the problem that it's such a small percentage of people that are affected by the military I don't want to go off topic. I do have to run a ten seconds. Let me say this I'm so sorry for for the sacrifice and I thank you and I honor your family for that and I liked you went into social work because you need more good conservatives in that line of work to do the Good Work Melanie. Thank you call back many times. We come back more of your phone calls on this and some more nuttiness give it here. Bowland joepags. Dot Com facebook twitter instagram email. All right there. I can't see your tweets because I'm suspending. Good. Apollo Parlor. Dot. com look for joepags. Live video feed of the website is well plus scroll down. You'll see the parodies monologues. You'll see also the interviews that I've done all right there for you very easy to navigate a bunch of different playlists from from from Youtube right there my website, J. O. E. P. A. dot com go check it out. Quite. A few news stories I want to get to a lot of people holding on to talk about. And other stuff as well. but the good news is and I this it sounds startling to me but it turns out Joe. Biden has been cognitively checked and he's fine carryings fine with Joe. Biden, it turns out. Already. No problem whatsoever mean he had the test people been reporting that he had the test campaign said he had the test you don't have anything that says that he didn't have the test here I do actually what? Yes. Yes. Three in is. The presumptive Democratic nominee Joe, Biden clarified he has not taken a cognitive test arguing against his neighbor. One President Donald Trump continues to attack his mental capabilities. No I have not taken test. Why the hell would I take test by and said during an interview with the National Association of Black Journalists and National Association of Hispanic journalists that said to Aaron full on Thursday quote come on man that's like saying you before you get on this program, you take a test you're taking cocaine or not. What do you think Are you a junkie? Biden said becoming testy with a reporter Bornet you asked whether he had taken a cognitive test. Of. Sorry what he actually looking at the person that said, why? Why are you taking a cocaine desk before you're on the? Are you a junkie? that. To. Himself means you should take a test go ahead. I'm sorry and campaign of in June when asked by reporters, he has been tested for any sort of cognitive decline by and said, he's been tested and I'm constantly tested as. Okay, I don't want the AD. Buying said he's been tested and I'm constantly tested as it relates to his cognitive abilities binds adviser says he was referring to the everyday rigors of a campaign. I can hardly wait to compare my cognitive capability to the cognitive capability of the man I am running against Biden said then. Okay so I just want to make sure that I understand because again, you know I've got a bit of a cognitive issue as well. Yes. Oh yeah I thought I thought I heard you say. that. He was asked about whether he's taking a cognitive test before and he said Yeah I'm tested all the time. All sorts of tests on fire. All good couple months ago. and. Then his campaign set, he's talking about the rigors of the campaign. He didn't really mean a cognitive test when they said have you been tested for your cognitive ability? Did they think that he think they meant on the campaign trail? Or whether there's a decline there and you're working so your brain. and. He literally looked at a reporter and said, are you tested for cocaine before you come do this? junky man. Come on cary. Slot. Said, you just make grappo not making crap up I do not make wrap up. Does he listen we can put a real to reel together bill digital. Take me anything. And show it to Joe Biden. This is why we think you need a cognitive test. You thought your wife was your mother. You couldn't get the text number, correct three, three, zero, three, three, three, three, zero, dot com or wasn't that at all. You don't really know whether you stand for something and healthwise. Right, he's son was a US attorney general. We've got that one too. he had. No He never even met the guy in. Ukraine. There's a picture of golfing with the guy. I mean maybe I'm missing something here and then you ask a journalist if they're a junkie. Because they asked about your. Cognitive decline. That might mean there's a cognitive decline. Of. Cognitive that much of my life though kind of. Cognitive. Yeah. Brainy working right. Let's just that. So there you go. Joe Biden turns out he thinks he's just fine come on man. Come on. Man. Can Pick between me and trump any black. cognitively find. Just? A double racist. I'd rather him say, yeah my cognitive abilities we're leaving me when I say Jay Black. I guess if you're a Democrat running for the office, you'll have to explain why you're telling people out of their own race eight, eight, nine, four, one pags Joepags, dot com people wanNA still talk about Maisy Hurrah knowing God bless you I wanted to talk about maisy to what's going on Richard Hi. Hey Joe good to talk to you again, a couple of things I. I miss you on twitter since you went to twitter jail. Let me out second. De. Second please do not send any more Democrats California we have enough we're full. Thank you. Okay you gotta fix by the way. except. I I wish we could I really wish we could you know listening to these these politicians like macy and Schumer and Queen Pelosi lied through their faces I mean straight into the camera saying whatever they feel that they need to say. It's ridiculous. I can't even watch the news anymore I was telling them. I guess. So frustrated, my wife starts yelling at me because I start screaming at the TV and I just want to put my foot right through the screen when they're on they're and they're saying all this ridiculous stuff and what really gets me is these people like you said that keep voting them in and I'm wondering who is voting these people like receipt Toledo just won her primary and I'm like, really I mean. We we we just need to get out we need to start. Telling whoever we know start voting you know Republican conservative get out there register do something votes straight read because this this country is going to hell in handbasket and it's just really frustrating to see a lot of that. We do have to get the truth out. We have to keep on speaking the truth. The problem is maisy. Geraldo says, something sleep says something AFC says something and the Republicans are in the and the Conservatives aren't loud enough in their review of they've got a review kit with without volume. They've got to do it over and over again retreated to lead there's something wrong with her there's something wrong. She was a Heckler at a trump campaign. Event in two thousand sixteen. That's a nut. She is ao seizures making stuff up or she's being given her lines and then you've got people like you mentioned closing. Chuck Schumer been there seventy years and they're still just pushing the same progressive crap. We have to make sure that we get the truth back at them and don't don't kick the TV. I had a broken TV deliver today we don't want any kick TV's it stop it just. Open line now eight, nine, four, one, PAG joepags dot com maybe Richard kicked TV carry that could have been. Possible. Yeah. My New TV as a matter with you. Go Back GonNa be Wayne in Massachusetts Wayne what's going on? Hi. I Jaw I've been listening to you all some along. My. And I'm I'm. Finally. I said I gotTA call. I'm glad you did. the thing is. I think this black lives matter I told the girl when I answer. All lives matter not just black lives matter right and as far as black lives matter. To me the lesson power drinkers that's behavior. I agree and. Right now, I'm at the Bedford a parking lot that I volunteer at. Two big parking lot I sit here. And you know I just got so bad up. And about the police defending the police I got. Stickers both sides of my car. To support the police. I'm well known around here with the police. I'm a good guy. I'm always looking out for the police I'm always very Gentlemen like that beliefs I respect them I I say have, how are you today at officer work one came into the Star I said it's nice. Senior officer. I feel safer with you here. That's cool in in guy couldn't believe that I was being kind to him. He probably. tastic. He probably thought you're kidding no. No, we really didn't. I mean he was senior. You know I was talking to him and I talked. About is. In. Bedford and You know we were talking about police and all that and then I mentioned is. And he kind of snickered he couldn't even expresses views on ice. Right? 'cause I'm for. I'm for president trump yeah. I got a letter from his wife. I got a letter Amazon the little one there that they will pick it on about two months Erin Right. Yeah, he's. Six three. He's like eleven years old six, three, the guy. Yeah. And you know I. I I I do donate some money for the cause. Through the potty and I you know I just get that up. You know I, talked to my aunt up in New Hampshire she's a Republicans you've been Republican on life. Where the only the family that can talk about these things because we both agree around the Republican view. And she said don't say nothing that anybody because. You're just start something no a lot of people face of their families when they do a lot of people keep their their views quakers, their families would not take it. 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Treasurer Seth Magaziner and State Controller Peter Keenan should have been on the checks. The checks were mailed taxpayers, Monday and were related to various business taxes including sales tax corporate tax credit refunds at the checks have been voided and cannot be deposited corrected checks be reissued to affected tax payers within one week. I mean a really really Mickey Mouse. But it out there. So they got tests print files instead of putting like. John DOE and Sally Smith they put in. Walt Disney Mickey Mouse and Mickey Mouse and then somebody yeah. We're going to make the run. Apparently. Yeah come on. Let me go to the lines I appreciate by the way I would not cash checks signed by Mickey Mouse unless it was working for Disneyworld or something. Let me go to line one. It's Ridge in Corpus Christi Highridge WHAT'S GOING ON? Hi Joe Great Show thank you. My Dad. At a congregation down here in Corpus Christi and it was almost all black folks you know and I got to be a friend good friends with one of the elders boys about my age we were about fourteen. So walking along one day after church and we saw some of his people some some other black youth were just acting the fool in this local store and it was terrible the way they were treating the store and everything else and We're walking on and he said something about how you know it used to be that my people couldn't get let in a lot of places now we can't get thrown out. that. Really happen or you just make up. But what happened. Ridge I, appreciate your thank you used to be. We couldn't get into stores now he can't get thrown out. I thought it was GonNa Drum Roll, but I thought something right there. Yeah. Thanks so very much. Mario. CUOMO is a little boy, Andrew, the governor of New York. He's begging people to come back yes. Yes. From. Yahoo News, the governor of New York has bagged the city's wealthy who fled the coronavirus outbreak to return and help it recover Andrew Cuomo says he was extremely worried about New York, city weathering the Kuban. Nineteen aftermath of too many of the well-heeled tax payers who fled a second home side. There's no need to move back there in the hamptons homes or Hudson Valley or Connecticut I talked to them literally every day. I. Say when are you coming back? I'll buy you a drink I'll cook Mr. Cuomo. TOLD MSNBC NAMING POPULAR GETAWAYS for the rich other not coming back right. Now and you know what else to thinking if I stay there, they pay a lower income tax because they don't pay the New York. City surcharge. So that'd be a bad place. If we had to go there awhile, makers have proposed a wealth tax targeting the city's one hundred billionaires to help fill a thirty billion dollar budget shortfall created by the COVID nineteen crisis over Cuomo, a Democrats, and he cannot support greater taxes on the ultra wealthy as rich people already have one foot out of New York City and he fears they will leave for good if their taxes go up. This is the same idiot. That was charging income tax state income tax on workers that were coming to state to help out when the pandemic was at. It's worst. That's that's the same guy who just want to make sure I understand. That happened. The same guy that just turned Ted nugent plane around and said, if you come here, we're going to quarantine you for fourteen days. That guy yes. Bachelor guy thinks the ultra rich who finally got the hell out of dodge because of L. Horribly Miss Run New York in. New. York. State are. This guy thinks that they're gonNA listen to him. By my drink, he'll cook come on back. IS HE GONNA go shirtless and show his nipple rings. and. I would hope you see those pictures i. I think I sent you some back. And you tell me if this guy is in hiding some some rings on those the I'm just splitting. Pop Culture. Talking about Nipple Rings, April which. was definitely. Never Rings. Let's go. Your good friend Listen Milano. Very tight. Yes. She's really that she in fact had covid nineteen despite multiple negative tests. She saying that you know our system testing system is flawed and that kept going and kept saying he was negative negative, and then now she got tested and she has the antibodies are clearly she had it. She probably had a before she got tested the time and it was by the time she got tested and she's still. Maybe who's the boss is coming back here. Maybe she got when she wore that cushy masks. Probably what it was, that's Paulo that's carry that. Sam. Joel later by. Is, the JOE PAGS show. 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Building a Sturdy Business  w/ Joe DiChiara, Founder,  Bedrock Business Builders

Plan B Success

28:55 min | 5 months ago

Building a Sturdy Business w/ Joe DiChiara, Founder, Bedrock Business Builders

"Hey greetings everyone and welcome back to another episode of Plan B success. We have with us today is Joe Chiro. Guide your last name right now. Joe Has Been a businessman and entrepreneur for thirty five plus years bedroom business builders issues business is also a CPA and then there's bedrock university where he teaches some of the tips and tricks of running a successful business other than that using an author has written books and is in the process of writing several more. So why don't be listened to Joe and find out what he actually does can help us. Joe Welcome aboard absolutely so. Why don't you tell us a little bit about yourself? In your own words. Well I was referred us all Iraq seen our driveway and it a couple of weeks and use the idea of somebody in a career never entered my mind. I can name money with my ideas is not Adler and I can see Jamie flashy trip. Seventeen Eagles the wrong crowd business. And he pointed out that she as one business artisans and more of this. Asana sort of their for ice. Never go twice as you can see you. Twenty-five years I shaw Suchard. What known accountant. Who All. I was an entrepreneur wrapped up and ten years old change science getting rich rich. Turn my whole losses isn't a science. He she was were really came soon of success and Netflix shirt siege entrepreneurs known as saw this as saying this. You know that Story About Your Dad. Nineteen he tricked you for a reason. I think he decided that. Hey this guy's going to be an entrepreneur which is full of risk might as well get him to get a CPA degree where he's colored a little bit you know might end up in a job. It's nothing much. I resent loopholes. Yes you do that. I didn't want to count ten years ago. My my whole changed and yes because I never needed serves prizes. The what I WANNA serve. Which all twenty five known soul Soul Morrison Me Direction Guy. Worse look thousands lose thirty five years and would learns is most dise fail shall that we sail her wrong situations and today is I without send back. This is US sess. Free reminds subtlety wall juices idea. That's right now. Move this so tell me one thing you know one of the things that you see a Lotta there. Immediate is old his Laureus Success Stories. Right there's a lot more of success stories by the pragmatism. The failures and then the lessons from the failure said as many so many new people or guiding people how much just finger and the lessons about realism play a role in actually making them successful. So I ran. Larry brought lors. Unbelievable words Sir. I I saw all the way to money like clients than I said. How can I sir? Sissies first year Larry Route Go Round Hall Sail Shale I realize when Matt's every are sessile. Is your shirt sale miserable song. They're of our slides. Alliance will Larry. Matt's sales sheriff's sweet failed. Yeah we sail sleep until we get a race. Doesn't have no night sale weekly awesome do that. But we're not able is is your ideal way wants. It narrowed us that. Then you got a chance to see absolutely so then you look back at your own career your CPA days so to speak. What would you attribute as lessons? You learned that Mitch are being useful today. Solangi lesson is to don't ever give all sailings new sales clear. Sailing is not meaner cellular. Sharon of being is no way around. So don't you ever and so you know this all in warden I rollaway ideas is. I didn't know April is systems and sears. I now these dolls three year I was. This is seen move that I was fine. You are in a different house claims to you today. Alleged year ago I went with Sadler's regime in this business while or he will want soil cooperate and so I was in court intact. Service would learn year goes and this is or twenty five classes virus absolute worse this now. I knew her and I knew that five million was all this one only one. Our people are in limbo. Business is an opportunity so I still what replies today worse that serves on? Those people are not aware assault. I tell why is this survey? Nikki Ma I understand you. GotTa turn the wheel your mind. This is she. Sales deserves. Guess laws in processor is wrong on his legal sure. Decision reason is is so Damn Soak. Shoes are not nigger decision. So why is this? You saw your owns Hash. Any tax on net worth tax fighters on net soul oriented more than any other Solo Jarrell. Fires regime now It's so those people that I am served. And Moses Moses for near this change and bedrock unanimously. What is that all about. Their university is one of the rare. Is Education Training Diets? One of those were that long higher seat. Not Slow all non lawyer all right. So you're deli owner Nelson Year net. See your is your outlay of mine. A A dilemma. I has all the way I easily create force teaching. Were to do that. Summation knowledge at a very will oss. Each I her will. Flash BOYS ARE EFFORTS? Were for university an older knowledge digital. That's fantastic so with the current situation going to right now which is obviously going to result in economic downturn done and some of the problems around keeping business as well as resurrecting them at a later point once we get through this current crisis. What would be some advice that you give Solo Preneurs as well as an entrepreneur center? Our holiday survived Timeframe the turmoil the wounds who I was saying. We're GONNA come out as wrong. Ever entrepreneurs not saying he use- more businesses. Were more really nears. Create Song right before. So aren't you? Moore's urine now years old China more now down. Those earning will now time looking at things. It working working. You think you're out. Look on us on sitting there not as easily retain rain now moved back. Are you absolutely warm so I knew they had large advanced Massimo roofs plans now? They're not happy. Land are outside the box. Awes- all do virtual worlds dollars. 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H-Hour Snapshots #9 Johnny and Justin from Limitless Motorsport

H-Hour: A Sniper's Podcast

15:25 min | 5 months ago

H-Hour Snapshots #9 Johnny and Justin from Limitless Motorsport

"Reward Relax Justice pleasure as you. Can you so Caveat either for people watching is that we are currently at Silverstone next to the pit. What you call the pit straight it lanes elaine filter. The fringes of the home straight year knows this is stop. Finish ONE STOP FINISH LINE. Same thing like country powers. Jeez cuts Arrow one to three here. So noise is fast. Cargo cost emission most brilliant. Because the mission. What I've become aware of limited so good not just an OSCE your excellent Johnny use up limitless correct so gonNA. I'm interested at the vote. Show become village voice on the seventh generation. Soldier WanNa finally dating back to work for in every conflict since all the way through tough gun. Stop in her on shift. Nineteen years on them was medically discharged with PTSD. The also leaves me with debilitating limb disorder. Malek's hypersensitivity the nerve endings. So my leg Jerome. Five in the majors give way when they want to. Ps because he had the worst mite p. e. gets more pain. I Meant Enrique become reclusive on my lex. The KOMO thankful to the point that been morphing with medication for them to stop the pain and it doesn't work so now. I'm on neurological PINKUS. Seuss's brain is my brains from VI. Brain causes all kinds of issues. Amazing on a horrible horrible thing. Tough but I won't change about change any of it I joined up in nineteen ninety four when the only conflict with snow the night spell island then just love. Bosnia kicked off so into both Neha Kosovo up into Iraq Afghanistan service. I was On served with for Jess regimen altered Six regimen on sixty Then moved out to Jimmy because basically originally just on the roof. Mary Jimmy went to Germany to to really Wellstone Enjoy more more motorcycle. Because you outlet Tux Recalls Tax Review Then went from there to several that block. Economy Post doing driving offices around doing stock car in close protection. Still how To Twenty Twenty Third September. Two Thousand Sixteen was last working day in the military Authentic mowatt without the pig. You're emptied yeah. That was my final day of service. I was medically discharged on medical board twelve months. Okay so at twelve months of wind down from work Could be just the IT goes. Law problems been institutionalized copious amounts of Tried to just keep it. Keep it saying but my Mozart's calls engines racing whether it be sought the in the driver's seat of exchange calms me. Down keeps me Johnny Saudis. You guys make a met Johnny. Eighteen months ago. Twenty four months ago through Spoi- south always go caught in Johnny came to a go-cart race. We met we on very well very quickly. And then I go to phone call from Johnny said. Would you be interested in helping me helping? Other disabled people comment even multiple point yet. No soldier lots either under the sun on on. Kinda went under percent went. Yeah what do you want me to do what can I do what can I help? How can I help? In Two thousand twelve. A conservative Paralympics team will decide more so because of that because of how well they would and jump together. That's what I wanted to create with Limitless is a team of guys. The disabled so everyone's disabilities in. Everyone helps each other. And that's really what today's testing everyone gels together. It's a really good rea- sensory or show background. So I used to work in the ten years ago. I broke back In most black accident on the road and a been voted in Loss Twenty twenty five years and I was going to raise this year and I went to a team and it just didn't work out from that. I realized that there's a huge gotten the market. Where disabled guys just on getting the proper training required get intimate Safely safe safe. The is the key here You know it's it's such a dangerous sport. 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Feed your chest like tell him tell him limitless the structure of what ends our so limitless. We I think we all knew Would'VE SIX MONTHS. Yes just under six inches on the signal so basically we are a TV disable guys that help other disabled guys get into multiple and we work out a different platforms of Of of services to cater full. What they want. So we got the coughing side of things We've got a track call. We go a race car. Will looking to racing this year as well So it's it's basically the the thing is we will suffer different different ailments different pains but there's only there's only when you put that visor magic of most for the only thing that takes all that pain away takes gives you that focus and it helps it across the board it really does. Entrepreneurials are just four. No we do just full But my friend talent has as nailed to ills. So there's no there's no point is no. There's no gap there as. 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Wash my first ever like bike race again. Espn go finishing the first lap. All Lockwood about it came out and I stood there on spike pulled up on. A student grabbed from handlebars leader. Heightened holding holding that is more than eighty per battalion. Watching has been one of the guys pick walls that the VA watch. What bike mentally. Ill Hyphen lighter because when he has a crush because he doesn't know if it's likely to take not not all not only that but you you're attached before the bite normally on what you can push back way back when you back. Yeah so that. That's why it's that way from that work rollaway. What is so Lewis? What's next apps you where you're going? So we've got this rookie program this year which is Five leads who are going through a full training program So they didn't theory On track and everything else to Related we think we can drive them to help them improve. 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Trey Flowers, Ed Orgeron and 1,000 Pairs of Gloves

The ThomaHawk Show

44:52 min | 1 year ago

Trey Flowers, Ed Orgeron and 1,000 Pairs of Gloves

"Coming up on today's show we are four weeks away from Tomahawk live and we have some exciting news about special guests will be in the building I'll give you head it shows why we play another round of explain Joe Cell and we fix NFL officiating once and for all with two simple words twitter polls at seven o'clock ish because we don't think we have a real time yet so listen if you're listening go buy your tickets ticketmaster go to our social media page hit the Lincoln Are Bio House Ladies and gentlemen welcome to the Tomahawk Show Louis Cleveland and all of that Joe what are you most looking forward to the lascaux bro well let me tell you this is such a big show yes that my wife has decided Mytton podcast knitting podcasts parallel parking podcast you name it this is it follow us on social media at Tomahawk show interact with the show on then Joe Thomas Joe how're you doing today man another great day in America my friends lots to talk about as always NFL season Boy Andrew Hawkins joined by Humble Co host the best football player that I've ever seen in the state of Wisconsin that lives currently at the exact address he lives deep copies of their tickets that they bought and Paul Brown fan from the United Kingdom is the person that's traveling the furthest to come the Tomahawk twitter on the Tomahawk facebook on the Tomahawk instagram and of course the Great Voice Mail on four zero six to eight one three seven six reaction to anything that happens in sports I WANNA start opening this up beyond disgruntled Browns fans 'cause thing about football is there's always disgruntled fans last night than any Thomas and so for her to say I want in on that something big is happening and actually outside of her people have been hitting me up on twitter showing me AH we're like kids the night before Christmas except where a month away from Christmas it's our live show in Cleveland Ohio at the House of Blues in Cleveland on November thirteenth at around Zebra fish if there's one thing that's consistent about NFL football it's all football fan basis thinks they're getting screwed at the NFL's out to destroy them and everybody NFL fans they liked event that we love hearing it that is it so listen we have a great show today we were GonNa do do the entire show explained yourself taping this on Tuesday so last night would have been a perfect time for lions fans to go ahead and and voice some of their frustrations on the voicemail line so we gotta start added to come with me owned Ohio and let me tell you there's nobody on planet earth that gives a shit less about professionally okay to come see us on the lifetime Ach show the House of Blues the night before the Pittsburgh steelers Cleveland browns Thursday night football game make sure you hit me up on twitter wants to bitch about their team to make themselves daily life and we are no different here as browns fans yeah so we know based on what we see and we hear the Tomahawk show so make sure you follow him on twitter that's exciting that got me real jazz I cannot wait to see him meet him in person but if you're traveling further than the our favorite segment where we go into our twitter throughout the week and we talk about those hot topics going on there before we get to that Joe we gotta talk about the thing that's been exciting us the most keeping us up I rode right now in the NFL controversies are heating up Bro all right so listen this is a Tomahawk show this is the best football podcast sports PODCASTS bad is rolling on which always puts a smile on my face because I really don't care outside of the browns who's winning I dislike watching good Games and traverses and there is plenty of spoke we have a facebook group Tom Flock and hit us up on our voicemail line four four zero six to eight one three seven six we have a ton of voicemails that we laugh at costly we love you because I want to give you props and I feel like this could be part of the game this could be part of the drinking game that we're developing that we're going to be rolling out big bigly wife's maiden name his last name is Thomas you told me that yes so any in in Kisha could start a show besides the fact that they both have our last names for Tomahawk show towards the bottom we're going to add some parameters to the drinking game and we need rules from you we need you to set the parameters for this game it could be more statements that we over there show bi topics about how much we suck yeah how much they eat their husband and it would be warranted all right we have to figure out so parameters around the patented Tomahawk drinking game right now the only row is when you hear the word couch Shanahan to drink and as making a coffee whatever it is take a sip if you're drinking bleach have a SIP whatever we wouldn't encourage that we don't encourage anything that's meagerness out and making sure that it's it's therapy for all we want everyone to be able to get that out right. NFL therapy this is a felt their family therapy control good impression right there Paul sparkling water or maybe do Andrew Hawkins yes do I'm drinking do you might be drinking tea deal dealer deal and so they kind of give me whatever's leftover on the lot but I do like pickup trucks but so you've stereotype me I'm GonNa stereotype you we say that could encourage somebody to drink their coffee or could be rules and regulations I don't know I'm not good at making games I played in the NFL. Let's get this show okay so what kind of car I it's it's mainly because I got a dealer okay hardcastle Kasichs that we're going to wait off the anybody there officially bought tickets and is making the trip any Thomas is in the building that's also job I think I'd have told you this on that Thursday night excuse me the Wednesday night before Tomahawk at House of Blues we might have some fans from Kazakhstan I'm not sure because we have the number one pocket we are the number one same skill of things that were going to encourage alcohol's like number two after his water milk and bleaches somewhere down the line a little bit further it's it's way down Dr Elegant a little classy not too flashy but fast as hell I like that I'm not driving BMW actually driving Mercedes give it to me I think but I don't know anything about cars but I think you're driving a BMW like seven series. I don't even know what that means but it's like Andrew Hawkins Oh man what are we going we're going right to tweets right explain yourself do it out sexually explicit so that is the Sean mcvay car deals well he's friends with John mcvay so we're going to give him a job J. Green so we should give him a car you're that I bought in the only car bought instead been in the NFL so since I left college in two thousand and seven it's the only car I've I've got myself very nice so atty the three years I was there because essentially I was good friends with Aj Green so AJ was super quiet my brother obviously all right so this there is nobody better on earth than in showing our second than me I gotTa be honest house call my second five hundred theories so where where is the five hundred series on the scale of Awesomeness when it comes to mercedes-benz out over in the middle we would go do the signings together and they gave me a car for three years I didn't have to buy a car just because Aj was my buddy that high end it's probably closer to hire in but I've had it for a while I bought it in two thousand fourteen it was the first car from Cincinnati that's why I have a very very close connection to the city and there was a car company essentially gave me a deal because Aj green was my friend quote tweeted a video of Willfuller dropping touchdown passes and said I was such a head case about drops I would have changed my gloves ten times throughout the game explain Yourself Hawk a lot ahead drops at receiver does when you get so many passes for at one point in time I had like the best catch rate of receiving yeah sure that gets everyone who listens to this show thing we gotta start putting some other rules in my wife told me to stop encouraging people to drink and I'm like you know what you're right and so you had to drink eight at the University of Cincinnati played the Bengals for six years so he's like synonymous with the city so here comes this little brother also playing for the bengals they call me baby hog they treated me like I was and I would literally burn through gloves just because I needed him to be fresh that how obsessive I was about Eh chuckle every time and our producer and our team behind the scenes they do a great job cutting that stuff up I like explained yourself I want to get it would have been is still the best I want to get a whole album with the way that you intro all the segments so I could just ride to it in my car and listen to this sweet rhymes of Joe Thomas all right so explain to ride like anal about exactly my process so it went from being like you're gonNA wear this one pair glove a week and I would have a pair of gloves that I will wear throughout the yeah I was a super duper head case it was actually like caused me the most in my life like during football years all I would do is obsess about dropping the football now I didn't drop the not so needless to say I'm GONNA have my representatives reach out to our Wisconsin dealerships it'd be like well he does a podcast with Joe Thomas you should have to give them a vehicle I wouldn't stop paying your lease just yet got before we get an explains yourself what are you driving into work that's a good I want you to guess because I'm I'm not one for stereotype but I take it you drive a pickup right I do yeah I've got a deal Ford in Wisconsin and I do some ads and commercials and stuff for him at the no if you were better at media I had a car deal I don't think the wrong way Hawk I don't have a hard time that let me tell you about the innovation of I had a car dealer since then all right so I'm gonNA use two pairs of week then went to one pair of gloves per practice and then games and went from one pair of gloves perhaps and then it went to one pair of gloves per quarter linked to basically pay for its I was super obsessive about gloves and I still true but I think I have the best catcher after like I would tip like honestly ninety time I would just give them to a kid in the stance right because they would they would cherish that forever but I would burn through them like until the equipment I would the gloves and I feel like I have pretty normal sized hands for the size of my body like I don't have abnormally long fingers like you see some guys are just huge You know I get my money's worth as as as the people say here you don't leave that thing at the laundromat tell you know you said you have a deal you still have a car deal rate of any browns receiver since they've come back to Cleveland you're just making up staff I'm not saying I don't know if it's because I think Jarvis is doing really really good drops so what would you do with those gloves at the end of the game out either give them away or throw them away or just Palam up in my a week and get a new pair of Game Day and use them and then that matured into okay well I'm going to have a game day glove and then I'm going to get a new pair for that week of practice and then that mature too broken and jammed up every game and my ninth season under armor stopped making that style who I like gave him the riot act and they're like no thousand dollars put it on my tab I'm going to run through a lot and let me know when I need to rea- and he would never take it but I would be like look I get that I'm asking for a lot but I'm will why is that was tweeting about because I was trying to our anytime I tweet I'm trying to go viral so what we got John Started Ten Thousand Times a day yes very bad rate of going on Sunday hawks was just perfect and I used to wear these plaster thumb guards that you would put on your the back of your glove and then you tape them on your hands so that your thumbs wouldn't get and then I was kinda screwed because I'm like well I'm still playing but I need these gloves than I used to go through a different pair every single week and so when they stopped making them I called up under armor and I said types of gloves and none of fit me just right because I was obsessed with having really really tight fitting gloves I need that. OJ Glove remember details weren't there like the other gloves and I thought I told him I said these are the best lineman gloves that anybody's ever made in the history of the world don't stop making these well they stopped second year that I started wearing a love and they put my hand just perfect it was latex coming on their gloves and they had really nice tacky leather palm. It's okay all right here on explaining yourself John is GonNa tear between the we said throughout the week and we're just going to use that as a tip enough point to talk whatever hot topics like meat's meat hooks like the media part of my hands are like crazy but for some reason I went through probably fifteen or twenty different the answer all swollen he could barely get those you gotta really massage that thing in that was me in pre-game and so under armor came out with these pairs of gloves like mice hi my own gloves coming into this season like just go to the equipment manager and Brad I'll tell you the key the key Corp. manager Cleveland will come and I would just offer like Yo here's call your factory in Vietnam and China and your warehouse in Baltimore and literally send me every single pair of these three and four exit you have and then if you were bringing more people to the Tomahawk show you might have a car deal for you as well I think I might have to get back in the car deal game 'cause I'm actually more popular now than I was as a player ready so that I could wear them again the next week the I don't get that up recycling gloves and not to get way into the glove weeds but you don't even catch the football who gives the yes confirms best catch rate of any browns receiver of the last I guess twenty Plus Year could you please shut your source because I still I give it to you with fifty it's fifty eight point nine percent number two dentists North Dennis North cut also listen to these podcasts back and it's made me realize I have a list x version we have are really good and I tried them on and in my opinion what they did is they just started making a cheaper glove because the glove was still nice but it did Kevin Johnson fifty seven point four number four is Josh Gordon at fifty one point nine greg little is number five so hawk edges North Coast and I would wear one every single game but then my last season or my last season and a half we ran out so what we had to do one of the have to go through after every game and take all the tape off and they would wash him to get all like the the grass that was stuck on there and they would get you did and there was like fifty and so bradman had this huge box brad melons equipment guy for the browns box of only my gloves that used to sit in the back I think targeted killing someday yeah but I used to obsess over it so much that as my career progressed I would get more yup we're belaboring next next topic all right Joe from the Thursday night giants Patriots Game tweeted a photo with the caption we had Robert Kraft on NFL over a two or three year period another coach and say like a two or three game period got receivers for first place didn't have any jobs but it was really cool because we were talking to him and he was saying that I guess in the New England area you can actually buy those shoes and that all the money that he's raised has gone to charity and he cities with stick to the jerseys of the defendant. Everything's making sense now bro next week before we move on Hawk stats and research there's you would not be able to put together with vicious probably had the best hands of anybody that I played with that I can remember off the top of my head and he's not on that list so I know you're listening I got to see how they did let's move on before you make a worst case for yourself Greg Great Hands Brian Edwards is eight the holds that's one thing you don't realize Joe Thomas held every play which would have these gloves there were probably from the veneers that I had to get my tooth fell out versus jets rookie year so sorry about that everyone Dennis North cut is number two fifty nine percent tennis shoes with suits and so I wasn't surprised to see that he has his own custom shoes that have the six x champions on the back Sounds and we won six championships I'd be wearing probably more than just tennis shoes six time champion so he's really big into sneakers for whatever reason they love sneaks harsher we there's a lot of jealousy in my head when I was taking that photo and I tweeted that out Robert Kraft he's very well known for wearing damn with but you know what I use my hands way more than you do because you catch the ball as a good game ten times a game for me I'm putting my hands on my opponent I've ever go fan there he's a tight end and you had good hands I'm not GonNa lie you had really good hands salad you have two hundred targets yeah what three years with the Browns Mint Interns in the back twenty bucks every week is after the game because my my gloves would be just nasty they'd be stinky and sweaty and they'd be covered in tape and all sorts of gunk and I would have them this will make your protein supplements better and your eight-pack harder all right I like that how does it taste because that's always my thing when when I'm when I'm putting things in my body to make sure also when you're exercising but this new product called yoked is really cool because it is not a protein supplement it's not a protein replacement but what does it actually that pre-game these were his shoes the photo shows Mr Kraft's kicks which say six time champions Patriots on the Back Joe explained yourself preserve your muscle if you're in a deficit and it makes you joked like means so if you ever get your ass off the couch okay and get yourself some yoked there's always a protein supplement guy so throughout my whole career going back to college I was always a protein guy right and proteins grade helps with muscle synthesis helps build muscle it helps preserve them during like how did Joe get an eight-pack after being a blubbering Lard for so many years wow how did you do it Oh Joe Twenty for twenty percent off stop beating around the Bush go get that muscle otherwise it'll be left in the laundry Mat applegate sixty eight plus times there is not a single play in the game where I'm not using my hands to grab my opponent yeah that's that's why is over like five hundred thousand dollars which was pretty cool and so definitely a little jealous I to me came out but at the same time I was like these are pretty cool shoes and I'm not GonNa lie if I was with the ever put a riot in there it's because that egg yolk makes a creamy consistency that's delicious so it actually takes protein shakes which are pretty decent but can be a little bit taste good but because it is made from fertilized egg yolks it has a creamy consistency you know like the delicious part of a malted milkshake or shake is sometimes and it makes them creamy and smooth much more like milk and it's delicious by light it love it so it actually not only makes your protein shakes a two time Canadian champion two atom to the collection you have had this done years ago joined the party awesome champion all right let's take a break talk about our sponsor for this show yoked you are yoked and everybody is wonder better for you but it makes them taste better also all right I love that all right so what are we going to do for our listeners we're going to give you an exclusive discount you can try yoked for yourself head makes your protein shakes more effective works in your stomach with the protein that you're ingesting after you work out to make your protein better so you build more muscle back they can have the best catch rate of and that's not a high bar let's just call it what it is it's not just received just coming in and out of Cleveland ball it out so a yoke dot com use the Code Joe Twenty at checkout and you will get twenty percents off your order that's yoked Dot Com Y. 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Basis play with Joe and Kellen winslow had the two best hands of anybody I played with Steve Heiden probably would have been now that you've destroyed my ego that's okay but I'll I'll I will tell you something I've been on this product called yoked for about six months now and I've been a guy who in terrible hands he didn't catch anything Charlie later is not on this list to be fair yeah I gotta I gotta get the source somebody tweeted this to me that I look like a Greek God because I'm GonNa get just GonNa take time I always wonder if the taste bad how does it taste yo you know what it's awesome because not only does it all right what's next hawk quote tweeted a story about Russell Wilson Apparently Russell Wilson's in helmet communication working any lead a first half touchdown drive against the browns on but I want to say I had a best best catch him and he receiver since like nineteen ninety six I didn't catch the football very much but I was totally obsessed with my gloves in the fit of me hear us out on this one pedicures glove sessions and the sweet sounds of Ed order out all of this so much for coming up on patrol dove nor Cobo Hall Awesome Nine Lambs Receivers Investigation I gave you a list Hyundai without any help from his coaches Hawk said this is why he special Hawk explained yourself yeah I mean I think that's a simple one Russell Wilson is a beast and I think he understands football at a different level that's what that's what you want to look for in a quarterback like and I think this is where it Aaron Rodgers and the floor while their relationship is so rocky because in that marriage partnership and I know both you and I have perfect marriage is obviously and you know watch other Kisha and Anne them to and you and me repercussions so leflore can't get up there and say yeah he's doing what he wants and I'm not saying that's the case what I'm saying is he can't win yet in that situation isn't it doesn't matter like the floor can't win right now is his errands team that's why McCarthy was gone because Erin relationship is rocky I don't think it's rocky here's a chance to renege on that comment I don't think it's rocky I think that it's going to take a little bit for them to gain and that's the type of partnership you want and that's why I've been calling for Matt Leflore to be their head coach before anybody else on the national scene thought that that was even a possibility after the game bombing because it wasn't his version of the Green Bay packers offense he couldn't he's just see here's the thing they're on the same page because they both just want success had been under Mike McCarthy for a long time but they seem to be rolling pretty good right now and I was doing the Philly Green Bay Thursday game and we saw Aaron Rodgers go off and he wasn't running perfect marriage and a perfect partnership because they have fifty one percent of the vote and get forty nine yet so no matter what happens when it comes time for nut cut in time they went rogers is in charge so if leflore says on the headset hey we're going to run this play in Aaron Rodgers runs a different play there's no a high level in the next series and he probably would have done it again because he's that good do you believe that Matt leflore and Aaron Rodgers meetings behind the scenes and Aaron Rodgers really enjoys the ownership that Matt Leflore has given them of this offense he is laid out he being that leflore has the scene XS and Os and I think that's why it's worked so well so far and it started a little bit slowly because they were still kind of figuring each other out and it wasn't new offense for that whole team that and I think that's because he is actually given Aaron Rodgers a large amount of latitude to do what he wants on the field as far as changing the plays as far as suggesting plays in so I want to hear your input which is more important than anything that I can give to you you being comfortable with the blaze that were calling out there is more important than anything that I could do rogers would have to play very bad for him to then be like Yo Aaron Rodgers isn't listening to me talk this right now in Green Bay is a perfect out his offense and his vision for this team but also opened up and said Look Erin you're going to be a first ballot hall of Famer I know you've got a lot of things you really love going on down there no actually I have a little different take on this I actually think a relationship is really good everything we've seen and heard from Aaron Rodgers has been how much he loves matlock floor no matter in the end they're only interested in winning and so as long as Aaron Rodgers continues to perform at the level he's performing Matt Leflore is GonNa be the number one cheerleader and that's why they hire out that's the same thing with Aaron Rodgers and Matt leflore Aaron Rodgers has fifty one percent of the vote and matlock floors forty nine percents whatever Matt says it doesn't in any of them Atla floor stuff it was all old school get get in the shotgun throw the football all over the field the N. Roger stuff we'd seen forever and you didn't see Matt leflore onto I know where the plays in the game plan I know what works and doesn't work and he'd he you would have never known that it was actually him calling all the plays there's not many quarterbacks that can do that hurt him because they knew that he was going to be able to work together with Aaron and he was GonNa form this perfect partnership where they both understood their roles in their responsibilities and who has the trump art and that's Aaron Rodgers and that's the way it should be when you have a generational town they hired me I'll I'll each shit for Aaron Rodgers you know Matt Ryan and Cal Shanahan drink side kids going to say but Matt Ryan and Dirk Cutter that's some good chemistry wow I I need to gather my thoughts after every meal press coverage you've ever heard nails painted and your Hashtag Dad life explain yourself so I actually enjoy a nice pedicure hockey if you've ever got a pedicure but yeah it's one of the fun wondrous land whose boundaries or that of imagination all the take a look at the tape and we'll we'll see where the corrections need to be made we'll be better next week you're next up the twilight vision with the football on it we see your bare feet and your toes are being painted bright red by someone who seems to be your daughter Joe you used to hurt big scary guys on Sundays now you post videos of you getting tackle whale but we'll make corrections we gotta look at the tape and we'll figure it out next question see I can do that because it is easy to any team with that ask conference crap and you're filming in landscape mode and it shows up in portrait mode and the only known video of recorded history of the Yeti is in the wrong committed a half I have so many more helmet communication questions but we'll save for another time Joe Sunday morning you tweeted out a video of you watching football but before you pan up to show the and it was bright pink by the way but ob top of all of that my beef is this does anybody know on the iphone how to change the perspective and I wanted landscape because it was clearly land shop but once you've already found that there's like no easy way to change it that I know of so if anybody knows it call the Tomahawk he's real I'm again you would think they're real because we've seen literally three yeti movies in the past calendar year how do those get green lit how three you gotta get him off the field our defense is tired you're traveling to another dimension a dimension not only excited sound but of mine you gotta give a fucking a journey the playbook gotta be better on third down we can't turn the ball over you know we talked we walked is going to be here turnovers whoever rent a turnover batter typically wins the football game and was your least favorite part of the day you know he kinda do the highs and lows and yet a lot of times the kids just ignore us and say you guys are idiots but okay that day she said you know daddy then let us know if it's if it's recording landscape it's over it's over you can't be you can't they'd go back about holidays so if you're off drinks tweeted I'm about to say it ed or Israel needs a cough drop tremendous job but I'll tell you what decuir and sometimes at the end I'll say throw a little color on their we'll see what part of the package and I'm already paid for I don't like giving away free on a day when I'm not producing podcast gold which is a very big rarity yeah I like going out and having a nice breakfast with the wife and going to get a pet outside in Colorado and you're looking out of the Hollywood hills and all of a sudden the Yeti jumps out of the mountain just starts jumping down the mountain and you bought your iphone a Holy I've wants your phone has erroneously videoed in the wrong perspective because that video announced to me was in portrait mode paid for ticket but no it was really cool actually because at the end of the day my daughter said we always go around the table at the dinner table and say all right what was your favorite part of the day is that I like to do with my wife during the day if I've got a free day daughter can do I guess that's a benefit I don't want to waste the money but if you run a pedicure switch up that's all I yes he cough drops he needs a voice box transplant how about it sounds like he's doing that on purpose freaking perspective what do you do you catch losses man I mean isn't that just don't you don't post it at all you just eat it and just tell people that you saw the kids and there was a bomb at all yeah Mr Lake there is small foot we've seen all of them to the point that my my kids are like hey painting your toenails was the highlight of the day and I was like wow that's really cool I'm glad I gave you that opportunity by sitting there and watching football it was it was a tough job but somebody had to do it would abide Monday will abide Monday that do farmer Fred Yeah former Fred coach farmer Fran is his name that's who a special team now we gotta get off the field on third teams had let them convert does for a special team you know talk to do whatever Aaron says yeah of course I'd get the podium originally we fought hard today we gotta do better on third down we've got to stop the run I mean that's one thing deep voices to make against somebody with a deep voice when I hear people who have like even crazier deep level voices freaks me out Mike An ed order on free now he didn't talk a whole lot but him and I were good friends at probably those great opening him up and getting him to start talking a lot because his voice sounded it wasn't got any but I think that's what everybody has done with the Yeti like it's either the videos to any I dropped the camera I've also seen way too many Yeti movies this year I don't know what to make fun of his voice but it like how is your voice that deep he sounds what was the coach's name for Waterboy the guy who was my friend it's simple I mean we've got to run the football just didn't get it done today we didn't get enough yards I and we have to we can't put ourselves in third and ten more attention to the details it's hard there's not early the movies in Hollywood all go to theater copycat league I guess it's a copy we didn't that's one we missed in the press covers copycat league all right what's next after a couple too many uh-huh coach or Gerard sounds like you remember Sean Coleman from the Browns who's right tackle auburn he had a super deep be out did you ever have coach that had an interesting voice like that because when Eric Mangini was the head coach of the browns he would always come into team meetings and I think it was and he's not a guy that has a list he goes on Fox sports I think and I think he doesn't really good job I love listening to him he's not full of energy but he's full of very interesting information and have have guys with personality with crazy voices like that I would think that being an Lsu player you'd love playing for coach just always kind of making you chuckle a little bit d just kind of like a security blanket for him but he would always have this giant dip in and it was so big and it was in the side of his mouth that he would always have this big list give and he doesn't list but in those team meetings we wouldn't make fun of him because he sounded like he had the worst list of all time now roughing the passer that's something that could be challenged explained Joseph I remember that back in ex-cia we talking officiating yes time to talk officiating tweet thread alert from your man Joe Thomas Joe you wrote in a tweet thread quote if the NFL instant as we do now but at the end of a game there was a occasionally when you've a time when you felt the refs may be missed a call here or there but overall you didn't feel like your team maybe the early nineties watching the NFL as a kid there was no such thing as instant replay and it was okay we loved the game of football we didn't have as many camera angles your could call down to the field in the case of a once in a lifetime saints rams type Miss. Pi Scrap the wasted time energy and loss of enjoyment that the current rule causes next week NFL football games with just there is in real time there's always going to be mistakes there's a human element in officiating the people in the NFL initials to be getting the blame for the results of a game right so they enacted instant replay because their commitment to the fans was we're going to get it right well the continually getting bigger and faster and it's making it more difficult to officiate in real time and the NFL continues to implement more and more confusing scratches at or drawn but it was all tra- deeply called him berry wide around the facility voices Solo I love it man it's the spice problem is right now. NFL officials haven't been afforded any additional technology to do their jobs and I think we've reached the limit of human ability to Raff and the only instance that a change will be made is the Saints Verse Ravens Case It begs the question why do we have the rule at all next week the red nuclear phone line they're putting more burden on the officials they're not giving him additional technology and then they're giving fans like you and me and coaches and everybody else in the stadium fell hey you told us we have instant replay because we wanna get these calls right and we don't ever want to have the officials determining the outcome of the game while that's not happening and even got robbed there wasn't a lot of chatter about the officiating in the NFL but then the nfl they decided you know what I think we can make things better we can make sure that the ability to slow down on instant replay and watch these plays and to be able to dissect things in super slow motion and so now we're realize they've decided to change the standard for overturning instant replay to now make it even beyond clean obvious in egregious so they're not even overturning you don't have these situations in a game where ref might miss something one way or the other and it causes a different outcome than should have happened and we don't want gotten even worse because not only is the NFL told us that we're going to get it right but they were getting it right for the most part but then in the middle of the season the officials are doing on the field so in the case of many things that have happened just in this very last weekend of football games I'll name just a couple the Jarvis Landry touchdown the yard gain Yep and the officials they reviewed it and they watched it and they didn't overturn it they didn't even move the spot back at all which was horrible and offense and defensive lines that we're technically typically being allowed to get away with it but now they're asking him do officiated even tighter so can't stop laughing listen to yourself to your mouth crap you got the side of your lips were to laugh and of course we're going to keep getting the quarterback head what are we and ridiculous rules and they're handcuffing officials by asking him to be tighter on holding calls hand to the face all the different things that happened in but even when we can see that the call was missed or mistakenly implemented were not changing it then we should just get away with it at all because then we can at least heap telling you don't let quarterback itch it this is the key to our success in the back Joe Thomas what the fuck is this earliest shit we can't get a quarterback hit it no why have over and over and over again on the pass interference stuff then we saw the Jarvis Landry illegal crack back block where he was just kinda standing there and the defensive player ran right into them thing that sometimes

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The biggest butterfly of all

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The biggest butterfly of all

"This is an ABC podcast. Welcome to whole sparkling new year of science friction podcasts, Hoppy loved as summer adventures into our archive as much as we'd bringing them to you. But from here on its own new shows on science and culture with extra spice for twenty nineteen. Hello Natasha Mitchell. Joining you welcome and onsides friction right now, we are desperately trying not to get bogged or worse. I'm not pushing my luck. But have you ever tipped it? Tipped it. It must happen though. That Beagles go over lengthy. We're on the road in or I province in Papua New Guinea, not far from the cacao track. Which of course is such a hot distance education for triggers who want to follow in the footsteps of strident soldiers who defeated the Japanese here in World War, Two soil isn't a slippery as the red soil. Yeah. Would joining journalist Joe Chandler, who's on a quest to catch a glimpse of an elusive almost fabled creature. Welcome you, Larry cross-channel. I felt some little butterfly. Yeah. Yeah. Top the vine, that's growing that. We can see here is that the one that the that the Alexandria likes. Laurel? Not the right one. Joe? This is your third hayme visit to pay in g in the last decade. This is a country that has got totally under your skin. Absolutely. It has I mean for journalists. This place is addictive eats. Beautiful. It's beguiling it's corrupt and horrifying. And then it's hilarious. All of these on any one day. And just finding your way to the stories is such an adventure. Impossibly very dangerous days. And you know way there are roads, they will readily that it sounds like we hanging on for dealer the misuse what? Can we say that we know just give us a sense wild less fecund jungle, and as wide rivers that we have to drive through than over coffee plantations village houses poached up on these spindly legs. They're cooking FIS their kids, waving and chasing us and in the country aren't bins out. And we're looking into these valleys flowing with white missed. It's just magical. Of course, we're not just on the mangles plateau for the scenery though. I we biggest story going on there is because the locals here have made a crazy brave choice after thirty three years of soul-searching. And now they're future is well, well, it's entwined with same little creature that we're trying to find. Road. I'm on is one that Tom bagasse an old forest. Remember, so well, eight was wind e eight was buggy we used to get stock. Head of Jaren just to get to a four eight Thome landed in peon J straight out of university in wiles in nineteen seventy just a little bit behind. The ease. Barely trench e one. I had no idea. He was a fledgling forest looking for adventure. Then he founded in the wild country, not far from the capital of Port Moresby. My first job at Brown. River was supervise the destruction of rainforest to plant the exotic species tech, toner Graham dis-, that's take the hardwood. That's inside much household furniture. You've almost certainly set on it or eaten off it, which is a very valuable species. But it basically destroys the college young Tom was deeply. Confronted by these realization Argies could not believe this beautiful forest. I was in charge of the place and watching these huge trees, these fantastic, anti fights all being full. And and then I had to organize the burning of it. So it would have been nineteen Seventy-three when I did my last burn of the dried rainforest that are decided this was not the way to go. It was like by road to Damascus moment. Changed his thinking his direction as a forest, and he's authentic these days he goes by Tom D, Y Vegas, de wise. The pigeon would for tree. The Taurus BAFTA Guinea, I've got the biggest this in the biggest in the world the most birds of paradise. There's the biggest moth PNG's near small country. But it's got about two in six and seven percent of the world's bio-diversity. So let's jump in a time machine and fast food nearly fifty years because despite tomes own mayor culpa about the destructive impact of industry this countries. Now, actually the world's largest exporter of tropical team belongs. I find that astounding it is. But you can see it flying into pop and data looking out the window. The jungle is just being consumed by these warping oil palm plantations that's panel, which is in everything from cakes to cause medics to Cazes biofuels. Now, these industry is of course, on the nose now for many consumers because of what it's done to the habitat of Ranga tens in Borneo and Samachar here in Oro among the casualties rather. Smaller even rare creature and Beck in the mid nineties. Tom viscious found himself here for saying now defunct stray in government funded project to try to save this little critter it floor. Lies mix. You tween a baton a bird? And in fact, the first specimen ever seen by an expert or person from outside pappy Guinea was shot down because he thought it was a bird. But it wasn't a bird. It was a butterfly as it turns out the biggest butterfly in the world. That shooter Becky nine hundred six was an enterprising young Englishman L that Stewart meek was being paid to sail around the Pacific catching and killing exotic creatures for collectors and this price specimen of his was subsequently named the Queen Alexandra bird wing butterfly after King Edward the seventh. Swat. Let me give you a picture of this creature the female, she has a giant wingspan, it's huge upwards of thirty centimeters the mile. He's a little smaller, but knock at borders. Imagine iridescent blue and green wings and bright yellow body this butterfly you can't find it anywhere else in the world. And it's now perspective just a couple of tiny pockets of rain. So here I am chasing butterflies on the Manica plateau. But you. Good morning. It's taken a day and a half of slow bone crunching driving and quite a lot of fast talking with local elders. But finally, we're in Queen Alexandra bird wing country. Sorry that we've arrived with that as the prize. I've arrived into Ricky. Earning because the phone network has crashed between that and the broken road. People marooned they cut off from services disparately need the butterfly man, Conroy Nakara is quite literally hatching a plan to overcome these obstacles. The core is that insects is deafening. Conwell leads the long track through the forest climbing over logs and waiting through streams. Finally, we come to a glade. He's built shade house. The ideas I want to ship this greenhouse and bring in Quin election of bedouin. Butterfly. In them. He and Wendy hit at release them out after day. Conwell gently turns I've relief to show me the pupa the chrysalis human being underneath this. Fragile Brown and yellow shell in which the adult. Butterfly is forming. The Poupon is the final stage of development before the butterfly emerges in all its glory. About eight weeks for the pupil to tend to an hour and every morning Conwell. Trolls the forest for these pupa. So why do you bring it in here? What are you keeping it safe from trying to keep them away from insects birds spider web? I went to keep them in usual. Shaving, and what's the name of the vine that they that they grow on that they need. If the fig looming. For dishwashers. Honestly the. That's the way and what people call it local. Sports poisonous the bird wing, Caterpillar feeds on this one particular bein imbibing. It's toxic juices that talks wards off many predators. But it's no protection against Llagas. The vine Queen Alexandra depends on has largely vanished along with so much of the wilderness. And have you bought any of the pupils in and successfully bred yet about twenty five of them released last year? Joe twenty-five butterflies these not going to say this beauty. It's not the world's biggest butterfly is in really deep. Trouble Conwell hearts that he'd little bow a five arm and the guest lodge that he's built will attract tourists and scientists willing to pay to see Queen Alexandra in the wild that a butterfly fueled economy will give local Sam alternative to selling off their forests maybe is onto something he has recently hosted into Mola gist involved in what could be the butterflies last chance, and we'll come back to that. There is another spin on these this creature is so rare. Eight has a really high price on its head. There's always been a a black market, Tom. Vargas remembers one case very well in this particular case, there was a French Canadian came over to Jetta and persuaded a villager to capture the very fresh specimens as soon as they hatched the main number Lopes and smuggled them off to Canada where he would then sell them on for ten dollars plus for a pan. Ten thousand dollars for two flies to dead butterflies. Yes. And you've got to think that maybe not so much change since Albert make came here begging exotic creatures for wealthy men, monitor these activities for about six months, and in fact, the Canadian authorities are so good that they saw helping the smuggler, but it was a sting operation. It was a sting. And I was too good. And eventually we won the case and the Canadian authorities are very very happy. And yeah, you got find hundred twenty thousand Canadian dollars. But there are theories now there are theories, and it's not proven that people are managing to export pubis. So there's oh there has to be constant awareness of what is going on. So part of the conservation plan locals that developing for the plateau is to train up a squadron of local ranges to try and keep the butterflies Saif from coaches, but I don't wanna steal about a fly. I just really really. Down coal me about a fly. We would say one hour. Only taken me weeks to get here. And it seems that I've missed the butterfly pecan Brown. We should be here. Hey, is famously the land of the unexpected. So I'm buggered if I'm going to give up yet fifteen minute walk. Good half hour through a little river up to the Neath. Nice and cool. It's me. So I'm struggling bit here of injured my leg, but I'm pushing a bit further into the forest with the women's Representative on the medical s conservation board, June two neighbors pointing out the crops that women have printed in little clearings along the path. This corn and pay nuts and chilies, and then we say a flutter in the treetops. This butterfly. Her son of bedouin, but. That's dancing around the here. Been. Magical. That's the Queen Alexandra. Became very. It turns out it wasn't him. It was probably a premium food wing still pretty magical. Butterfly, not. Not. When we talk about the reign of people say, oh, no what does to bring Malkhas Gye is the chairman of the medical s Conservation Foundation. He's recalling the conversation. He's head with communities on the plateau. God knows how many times. Bring us in. And we are proud. We are proud that. This is the biggest fight. You ever finding the world and people you have you and they're proud of. That one those people's picture very, well, but Menegah less PayPal need to make a leaving. And my need services, the health services schools roads, they're all deteriorating. They've never had electric power on the plateau, and they've still got the most fragile links to the outside world inviting in a big industry LAC oil palm is really tempting solution because it can bring so many benefits, but Malkhas has been watching this play out for a lot of years. And he's concluded that the risk suggest too high. A million and having reflecting my ideas on the biblical view about the creation. I've found that it was really important. That's we have been, you know, entrusted to manage the forest because of the value that the forest forest, which contains Lord of species that he had to be discovered and also landed till for the land is very fertile should take the land used vice -ly manage it were that system has failed us, but we have lend lend will not fail you. It is only way Neo when you are not creative famous. I welcome. You itchy. That we are heavy aboard. We are having you tonight. I'm sitting down. Now, we clan elder Ronald passive. It's late at night dishes scorcher mission one three hundred sixty hectares of land. Then try one hundred fifty two plans to one hundred villages two thousand population on this flato in two thousand seventeen the one hundred fifty two clans he came to an historic agreement to protect the plateau and to a stab which the largest ever conservation area in Papua New Guinea the deal took thirty three years to look down. They've succeeded where any number of big international NGOs have tried and files in Papua New Guinea, it's victory of she endurance by a little local group partners with Melanesians who took a distinctly pragmatic approach to conservation. Here Ronald says, it was a really long hard battle the loggers wanted the team. That would cleared the land oil palm plantations mine is Delia wanted the goal that they know is buried up here. But Reinold hayseeds different treasures in his land. I see metal paradise. I see a cuss worry. I see one will be. All these things. I feel proud. For one to keep them for a my meat for DNA. It's doesn't cost me money. King the Semel and then coming. What a. Failures for my density. And blooms a useful. Need different things that we saw that's make me happy. And then it's giving me strain. And that's how become proud of my own end world. But he also wants to earn an income from the land. He's a coffee grower. He needs to get his Baynes down that Richard road to market and right now, that's just not viable as my driver explains. As. This is an old coffee plantation. As anybody picking. When was the last time anybody did any picking from this? The men Agha's conservation plan sits out to juggle all these requirements from the land, the spiritual and the economic, gaudy and soul. This will not be a national pack only some of it will be lift on touched as virgin forest. The rest is purpose for villages kitchen gardens cash crops and forests hunting and gathering Bush materials. The access ounce is jill's Howard. Longtime Forrester Tom vagus again, it really restricts the people from any kind of improvement in their lifestyle. But it also restricts access to the loggers who could never bring the logs down economically on that road. Although there have been plans to sneak out the back of my lambing ten which is a dormant volcano. So the people have to be vigilant all the time and somebody they have to be supported in their their need to get a better lifestyle. The deal of the conservation areas done and now it's crunch time. Champion of the medical Conservation Foundation. Melker schedule. Involved in the battle. I have when I was young. And now I've grown. Is there a lot of pressure on you? Now, having spent all of these his persuading people that they needed to do this. They're now saying Kay. We want results in must be anxious time for you. Because you know, these things happen. Very true. That's very true today. It's almost a year now and people are asking us when is promised some kind of, you know, I- canonical savior go into deliberated, especially when I was going to have coffee coffee meal whenever going to secure market for our coffee our knee lay. When we're going to have better road. We need to have some kind of electric city out there. So that at least. We we see a little bit of light. I'm anxious. Milkis has every reason to be anxious eighty percent of pin? Jeez. Almost ten million people leave in rural and remote areas beyond the rate or the interest of a dysfunctional and corrupted state, romantic ideas, about conserving the forest aren't gonna give them bills. A double edge sword and research owners have the right to manage their resources best possibly came. This is Jim Thomas. He's mistrial. Ian who with his wife? Jane has been working in conservation impinge e for fifteen years, they run the successful ten QA conservation alliance in San province. Ten key lays the local would for an endangered tree. Kangaroo. And in a bit of luck bumped into Jim import walls be on route to the plateau. Is an education and also getting past the initial grab for money straightaway. So in terms of logging and the natural resources people already harvesting, the natural resources to build their own Bush, material, houses, developed, villages, etc. So when the government doesn't supply any on grand services, such as water supplies and health health clinics and basic services in hospitals. Then you've got to think about how the people are going to get food on the table and provide school phase full their kids to be added. So unless there is an organizational, the government is helping people on the ground, then a lot of places people just don't have a choice. If the logging companies come in and present a big wad of cash for a bunch of their trees, most of the times, I'll take it because they don't have any other options. They don't have any other opportunities to get money. Conservation alliance project is a huge success. It's succeeded because it's worked closely with the local community to make its needs. So what we've done is an NGO we've provided water tanks to all of fifty villages. So people have clean and running water dysentry and other waterborne diseases have been reduced by eighty percent in some villages. And this is created a behind Chines where people have been able to link the dots with community development conservation, the natural resources because they're getting a benefit. So it's a bit of a quote quo. People we're asking people not to hunt. They tree kangaroos look after their environment. And in return, we're helping them with community development services such as water tanks. Ross mealy machines also employing a lot of people educating people getting into map hat the boundaries of land. So they have a bitter understanding of their dynamic in terms of the population of the villages because that is also problem we to at breeding us humans. And that certainly needs to be addressed as well as the other aspects of just mentioned and at the end of the day that has really saved Sarah these animals have bounced back. We haven't had the tinkle Wyoming actively hunted for over ten years. Now, actually it's Dame and the numbers have have trebled and the people of saying that so it's not just the scientific research that we've done that's indicated an increase in the species. But it's the people coming to me with teasing. There are saying, hey, we haven't seen this species on our land for more than twenty years, and we just all three of them, and that invokes a lot of self pride and people then more inclined to stand up to government and irresponsible. Decisions of putting new roads through rainforest getting more logging in mining oil palm all these industries that unfortunately, don't really see them as being sustainable in this country. Would be really good if somebody could assist the people with buying their coffee, the potential for eagle tourism the plateau is absolutely beautiful. But to get out there is a night there. So certainly improving the road is very important. There are many areas that could be sites to go and visit and the communities want to come here and scientists one scientist who has been visiting the plateau is pay nj born into Mullah gist, Dr Darren Beato, he's in charge of a pioneering new captive breeding program to try and bring the Queen Alexandra butterfly back from the brink, and guess who's paying the Bill the oil palm industry, which these days is under huge pressure to gain and Cape, sustainable credentials. All risk losing lucrative markets. Dr beta is joining me on a dodgy phone line from his office in pop and data. But I'm also Gelin by the short that it may not be successful. And I could lose the species if I don't do my work. Well, there is a bit of a cruel irony. He though, isn't it there that it's its own oil palm company that is now bankrolling this. If to save a species that is in danger because of oil palm production. Not something new that the company is has Bill with I believe it is a responsibility to help we the butterfly back from extinction purchased. This is this about building the sustainability credentials of the company so that they can continue to really bro the market or do you think there's a a genuine concern for the future of this? Butterfly. Mostly at this time. Genuine concern for the butterflies weaken help to bring population back from extinction. While still have gathered remnant of the population deal around that may be the protections of themselves alternately going to to do this species in should they be some flexibility for local people to breed and sell and profit from Alexandra from woman, local people are not allowed. I'm hoping really that. If we can be able to bring the population at a level where it is viable in can be able to survive on its then, you know, that's when we can ask the government to open up this restriction. So that the local people themselves can read about the fly envy able to make an income there. Well, he must know that that waiting in the wings. If this doesn't work for those communities, plenty of loggers who would love to get their hands on that forest. That's fine. It's I comic. So biggest butterfly in the world. And it's a symbol of integrating. Conservation live development, not just for the oral province, but for all over popping, Guinea and other Pacific island countries. And you can read more about joys trip in this story in this month's Griffith review magazine, judge handling thank you so much fatiguing depend J with you. Thank you. It's been an absolute pleasure. But I think we should leave. The last words on this story to Conwell the bottom line. So how did you feel last June? When you open the doors of this shade house and released the butterflies. I'm so proud to those I know that the more symbolic place out. I know that the population is increasing. There is one more wish. What do they do? They flip away in a hurry. Or do they hang around hang around here for a while? Dave income big too. Papa. You've been listening to an ABC podcast. Discover more great ABC podcasts. Live radio and exclusives. On the ABC. Listen up.

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Rob Gronkowski on His Retirement and Comparing Julian Edelman to a Squirrel

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Rob Gronkowski on His Retirement and Comparing Julian Edelman to a Squirrel

"Coming up on today's show Wednesdays for the players Rob Gronkowski joins the show and we have a few beverages and talk about being champions Joe's okay so he wasn't invited just kidding here lightweight ach speaking of with two weeks left before Tomahawk live we debut the rules of the Tomahawk Drinking Game Get your weight up Hawk two weeks before welcome ladies and gentlemen to the Tomahawk show the hall of this and much much more coming up on another award winning episode of the Tomahawk Show uh-huh fun fact I have a fun fact I'm joined by my co host Joe Thomas will start there joe how're you doing today doing great as always men never had a bad day right a great grandad's our first cousins or whatever it was right so it's okay cool so fast forward Devere Posey is like yeah you don't remember I know so funny story about me when I was going into my senior year in high school no scratch that I'm my second year with the for the University of Cincinnati and my grandfather would always say you have we have family in Cincinnati make sure you go have dinner with him and you know we're like we're very posey coming in you know I'm GonNa bring them by the locker room everyone to say what's up and so he gets into the locker room and I'm sitting there with Aj and all them he walks up to me which probably intros who we have as a special guest today as good as anything because he may be the most athletic now we like to stay by ourselves just put it that way too many kids in the house Oh you guys are loners yeah we're totally get that got four kids at home and like I love the nights Komo cousin stop come on I'm like what Johnson he was again man you don't remember so when I was a kid my my older brother are trail played oh you know we're we're like fifth fifth cousins or six cousins or something and our families are both from Georgia Cincinnati your Pennsylvania are both of our on on on that yeah so my second year with the bengals there's rookies and for visit before the draft and my receiver coach International Association of Culinary Professional award-winning Culinary Show I'm your host Andrew Hawkins five seven in your programme number what in your heart make sure you meet up with this this part of your family when I was there was these two little boys and they were like thirteen and twelve or maybe and then they had an older sister who was my age and they're my cousins thousand he was there these are my two cousins these little boys in that restaurant that grew up to go to the NFL that is crazy you have one of the most athletic families of all time Joe didn't couldn't stand even talk to the guy and he big time to well you see I was afraid since I had beaten him so many times it was like Hawk what's up man I'm always surprised people know who I am and I'm like what's up man how you doing he's you remember me do you I'm like when I'm out in L. A. Doing total access and I can go to dinner by myself sit at the bar don't talk to anybody go back at like nine o'clock where nobody eighty and he was like look we're going to go have dinner with this with our family we're going to Africa where we met at some hotel close to the house but my my grandma would always be the family like you've got shitloads of cousins that are in the NFL at amazing but the Gronkowski's probably have the most boys that are all Zeh Cleveland Brown and humiliated repeatedly that The interview wasn't GonNa go as well so I let a couple patriots suck it up you know I listen to the interview he's talking to me and I don't have to say a word because we grew up with house with so many people were all loners so my brother would never like go over to the house well when I was the senior I went to football camp at the University of Cincinnati goals right and do you remember the name Devier Posey he was a wide receiver for the state Buckeyes he was in like via whilst the Ohio State Buckeyes and it was fantastic although I do wonder how many hot and Totti's you guys had before the interview because you both like you guys are having a lot of fun and I am going to you were closer to my sister's age maybe we went out to eat that time you came in Cincinnati me junior seau and Julian Rosie who actually played for the browns and I ended up siding with the DR and letting them know that you don't have to be paid since you guys were both drinking on the job he brought a case of seventy three coach so all right it's allowed ahead our voicemail lineup four four zero six to eight one three seven six you heard from Joe Man- Wednesdays are for the players and we got probably the best tight in NFL history it's getting yelled at and heckled by the fans so It should be an epic night we've got an incredible lineup of guests we're going to take you guys behind the scenes inside because I'm podcasting with you my friend yeah man good and your filthy rich that probably helps too here's here's a random story flakes to you here we go all the blocking you were they could engage and they could ask questions and they could laugh they point their fingers and tell us how stupid we are and we really liked that type of immediate feedback you know as football players were just more comfortable when somebody's yelling at US telling us what we suck at and my wife would make an incredible football coach go ahead yeah she'll make a great football coach hopefully locker room for never before heard stories from you me and all the great guests we have so it's just GonNa be incredible night cannot wait House of Blues Cleveland you double time now all right but more importantly our Tomahawk live so it's our one hundred episode and we are taping it live in Cleveland at the House of Blues on November Thirteenth Win The introduce the best tight in NFL history making his Tomahawk debut Rob Gronkowski rob what up man thank you there's GonNa be awesome we'll be announcing more guest next week all right now it's time to move on to this interview where I basically saw Joe out Wednesday's are all the time by the way we both work at the NFL network so essentially the NFL is just paid all of us to just come do content for them but let's November thirteenth make sure you're there by your ticket history but Gronk is the best tied in NFL history so it makes you make a clear differentiation between the two of them but he joins the top show for the first time ever it also time man make sure you buy tickets at our twitter account Click Lincoln the Bio ticketmaster house of Blues. Joey gaffer me I'm just really excited because we've been talking about brothers that have gone on to athletic fame Yep I agree man to Devere Posey now playing with the Montreal aware to a family team yeah he was a house they Buckeye Oh we as former patriots are such champions and winners that we couldn't dilute our air with that loser so we decided you know what you can't even be apart he's he's found in FD fat net by cooking Pasta for the guards and they got so full but they fell asleep and he was able there in Venice yeah is day two thousand nine hundred and the night before the browns kickoff against the steelers on Thursday night football y'all got some dope guests we're going to start announcing guests next week and yet producer John to go find the missing members of the Tomahawk Show and he was successful his Italian heritage makes him a master the Hunter Bounty does that make him a great detective or Panther was Italian another one of those situations where we can't say that Abbas cousy all right after the show Sir and he's GonNa Ramos out he's pretty darn good himself Chelsea's the best tight end thank you I let's first let's get right to do you WanNa go by rob or Gras 'cause they won't 'cause you gronk you know but I always wonder if that's something that whatever you want man I love both perform Yup I retired You retire tell me this how did you make it in New England because I for one had it was a shock to my system coming in epic epic and you know what I'm GonNa drop to guests that are going to be in the building for sure oh I this is you know producer John is looking at me like what are you doing bro this is top seed like you can't do it now be in the audience so she can be the number one heckler but the more exciting than regular football is the fact that we will be playing the Tomahawk drinking game well I figured out who my cousin grew up to be so walker Tomahawk show hit us up on twitter it's the grim read at Tomahawk Show during our facebook group Thomas the players private Chelsea this entire Jagger up do you believe in ghosts lobby leaving goals yeah here we go it's a New England people didn't even talk to each other man like the coaches I would come down the hallway with other coaches and they wouldn't even say hi how's that how does that become normal I don't know I mean I'm just kind of you to the atmosphere some things like that just didn't even pop out to me because I was there so much so you know eventually after Fifty Times Rob Gronkowski interview so that's why he's not here right that's yeah that leads me to my first question you play for them to when we'll talk about that all right talking about you did of quickest fee I've ever seen your legs were like running like like spiders man like which was year then you'd be like finding the air going passes inch way okay all right which leads it's about first question do you even remember me being on the team I do you know the little guy that's practicing dominate I don't think people realize and they know your dominant tight in but how hard you practice was like the biggest shock to me not that I didn't think you practice saquon one two three four thumb models get it this time show now it is my pleasure ship rings that are literally on display everything points to winning as being the most important thing but the thing that shocked me the most rob was how dominant that you art but I remember one specific period when the defense you know might have been getting the better the offense that's doing a live show for pretty much the entire life of the podcast we've always said you know how great would it be to be able to get fan interaction in real time is fall on the ground tumbling I remember those days man yes I do remember yes I do you remember me playing team now I do man you're there in the summer you're there all summer someone would ask me what was it like and it was a crazy atmosphere I actually have a notebook full of notes that I took when everything down to the the the message he had on the wall to that when you walk into champion names you know all right Ted yeah listen all the way it is which is like Ted the movie like his character so I can play him day in an empty join us we're getting the whole family back together somewhere as arm is listening to this like wait a minute nobody called me you work seven days a week for the NFL I see I see arms but during practice during training camp with everything was fine you know my favorite part about being there for the little time that I was which was literally made to training camp you're not just as a football player even practice now I play with Josh Gordon who was a dominate player like in practice you know he's a physical specimen I play with Aj Green he's a beast I and you took it upon yourself they were talking trash and we were in the red zone you just ran straight into the end they were four people you took two guys through them to the ground walking by a coach he probably didn't WanNa say hi to me anymore Yeah Joe's all good did you ever beef with bill do you get into beef no no you know practices were always tough they were never easy but you know it it was part of the game plan is part of the you know winning atmosphere last coach out their hands down has knowledge is second to none and you can just see how coaches teams it's crazy in he's just such a genius at it and so you know I'm in there I'll be pretty sweet all right so that's perfectly all right so me and you were former Patriot just get that out of the way I force and that's why for everyone listening who is used to hearing Joe supposed to be quote unquote smart I couldn't understand the playbook like the plays that they would install on the paper when they got to the Field Julian really not you know never liked anything like that you know he's always coach me I was listening to his coaching I mean you got to respect his coaching skills I mean they're they're top Nazis get so we all trusted each other we practice hard and we all wanted to show each other we're there for each other that's the other thing bro so I came there at the graduate for my master's from Columbia I don't know man now just atmosphere there it's it's a business atmosphere for sure it's a winning atmosphere no doubt about that all the time no matter what we do man type of competitiveness that was installing me even going into my rookie year you know that's how they did things around there that's why it's a winning atmosphere they practice her they play hard as being good in ways hurts the team if you're hurting the team more in in not knowing your your what you need to do your assignment they're not gonNA play you even Dollah they were they look completely different how he's supposed to lock that playbook down like I feel like you guys are just making it up on the fly you know definitely dude really cares a lot about winning or Yam big time you know that was just the atmosphere ever since I got day one I remember it was practices if you have talent because it can hurt the team more if you don't know your assignment so that's how deep it goes so you've got to always be ready in both atmospheres of a and it was just it's because they didn't trust me because I didn't know the playbook you know Max t so I would always make mistakes and you know if you're making mistakes I I'll wait all summer at the guy they got every penny on view he got every worth out if you bring them in for the summer have them run every row that you know you know when you see our quarterbacks itself up on the fly every single day there's going to be something new hands down it's just doesn't go right out of the playbook you gotta be ready at all times you gotta be ready for Tom the change of play in the game and the only thing that receivers said not so bill to and I got introduced to this by Roman is after the day after practice when all the bad place to do my job I was in there to get better I was in there to help the team so you know any coaching porn I could take I can take but now we never really bought it has we sometimes talk garbage on the field stuff first time you started thinking that Man I might I might retire sometimes we know you tired after the Super Bowl but like for me by the time I retired I have been thinking about it I love the play that's that's how ready you got to be but now the playbook takes awhile man I I remember my rookie year I didn't play as much because I didn't know the playbook was because of my skill I was wearing and then come out this Os ever since my rookie year by the eighth game in star playing every single play Ma'am Geez man all right so bill to you know a bill to this it just making slow just sloppy heirs with the ball sloppy heirs with the ball to always got out for fumbles just you know showboat or something and had the ball hanging out doing your job and you got to be on the same Chemistry as a Jew as your other teammates if you're not in same chemistry going in the game it was clearly offered to pass interference but you were so pissed you caught the touchdown did the gronk spike and they were get got mad and you were talking shit like that's how competitive you are and I was like shocked into your mind at what point I'll probably like two years ago doing another training camp and then do another training camp time to start getting a little tougher you know so you get tougher times I it was just getting tougher to do what I wanted to do you know there's many reasons that go into that and you know totally understand the reasons you know you got finished the season off wasn't GonNa stop was going to give my all and that's why did we WanNa championship which another one which is crazy and also that was in back of my mind worst play you had on a bill bill to or right Mike Patrick Chung just absolutely jamming me up like the whole way down the field stuff like that and just not getting open I felt that so you know the bigger beating the biggest beating you can take I mean you can also heal from it I mean as long as it's not too too bad we feel a starting to feel the pains and when you start feeling that I mean you know taking your physically physical game down your mental game down You know use the Tartar to enjoy the it wasn't it was just beat up so now it feels good just been resting recovering doing stuff Again treatments you know went to Jerusalem went to Israel went to the Dead Sea the first time it popped into my mind was like three years earlier ram at the browns were losing a lot or I'm getting hurt or something and I'm like I don't know how much longer I'm going to do this when dad when did that I finished he went all the way back to Italy and found so it just got me excited he got really excited they are coming that is firm it is going to be awesome we got we're on a championship winning team and you can't give up for your teammates so you gotTa keep playing man you gotta keep going like what what are you GonNa do like you gotta go full speed you know you know you have eh that just installed from the very beginning and you know I just felt like the atmosphere was always like that so always kept that type of you know always type always kept that dolphin the beginning man and but I remember after the eighth week all sudden it's just kicked in the playbook kicked down like okay I understand the playbook and ever since then I started passing even my thought process so what excites you now now you're doing Fox sports which is awesome Yeah Fox sports which is awesome I'm a analysts which is pretty crazy you have some pretty we so the first one was get your money's worth the second one was can't measure that with an advocate and the third one was leaving the laundry mat you had a pretty good catchphrase on learn as you live but at the same time you know that's what was happening so that's where I was in life you know start thinking about it but then after last season everything went well town you so how bill life I mean I understand that totally now what are the low life you know and the next day film Man I've been put on that plenty of time have a chance to win you gotta go full speed no matter how you're feeling and that's why did we ended up winning you know has some big plays in the playoffs was pretty dope you know and like that in practice real hired him when you first get there as a rookie you wanna show everything you got you know you have to give everything is your rookie year you've got to prove yourself no matter what the circumstances are you gotta fight because you just fighting through it so when when that started happening you know some weeks whereby than the others but you know you gave it all my all still no matter what I wasn't going to give up or anything I know it was just the report back some seventy-three cultures together in the Land Joe Explains how the Browns are still GonNa win the Super Bowl and I explain how a browns QB almost killed Fox which was he's going to get that net yes where did that come from you know he's going to get that not you know they told me about five minutes before that Erin Andrews is going to and and just getting knocked out because you don't have the ball secured so how definitely gone low lice when whenever that happens yeah okay so when was the catchphrase game on the Tomahawk Show where we pick catchphrase every once and me and Joe me enjoy both with NFL network we have to incorporate that into our national media appearances out in there for a little bit Florida really got to go in the ocean there yes the ocean so there you go you know so his three minerals in the as they put on the screen and the team meeting about all the bad place and you don't want to be on bill tube because your play's are bad I got put on Bill Okay Bill Tube so so the next day puts the film up Shen there you go I think it's three I don't even know what we're talking about that that's not GonNa lie you minerals get to me after a show with Julian so she's going to ask me about Julian and I'm Tom saw- like all right I gotta get just something to say about Julian Squirrel Squirrel super it was it was a great way a high note to end so how does your body feel now feels good and you know has just been taken care of it because you know I know the beating took real I understand that yeah bill to the low okay the life lifetime I didn't know what you are on the game but you know different terminology I probably the moment of the receivers you know lie and at the same time I thought of another idea back in the day my friends co started a company called college mansion they may t shirts is my is my oldest brother so he always calls himself the squirrel yet she is actually really great resemblance he came up with it and he always had made t shirts and stuff calls himself the scroll and then out six months now and I've been a guy who is always a protein supplement guy so throughout my whole career 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becomes must see TV everybody is glued to the television I swear basically what this is turned into a drinking show so how are we going to do there's a ton of roles yes just a list of drink every time okay so bring in at least one bottle of Tequila to the live show we're going to need it when we're talking about rg three and wives his fault drink twice every time hawk mentioned every time anyone says Kyle Shanahan we all know that every time Hawk says if you've been living under a rock okay here's another good one take a shot every time that's a I mean that's that's the best rule in history for a drinking game but still has make that goes without saying for this show drink every time joe mentioned fasting a football you heard that our Fran months ago he never does so here's my question a couple of years ago I predicted that you Howard stern by any stretch imagination you have a really uncanny ability to get people to act comfortable and loose which is really hard with brock he hardly ever and I think that's why everybody loves him because they know exactly what they're going to get from him he's GonNa make you laugh he's GonNa make you feel warm and fuzzy inside and you did a great job with that interview although you're not on 'em steak okay candy bar that's take that I didn't expect to live for as long as it has people really enjoyed that I thought that was the CFL championships one for each yes you gotta drink twice where it's raining like that one drink every time hall somebody the best blank in history that's an easy one the obvious answer of all time of course EMINEM's are not candy bar imagine my surprise been have found out that people didn't know that they were candy bars live my whole life the drinking game Joe like you may have been doing that during the interview I'm not GonNa ask the Spurs I may have play the board game a couple times early just to make it damage from this show yeah that one with yet drink every time someone uses one of the catchphrases little a new little wrinkle the catchphrases just keep building to those stockpiles lick of your lollipop cocaine all right so what was what was it what's the first rule the dumb the drinking show that had right now I haven't had a show Shannon and think thirty times on Sunday show so anyone still alive after that we have more rules for you guys just just to be clear you don't have to drink your entire drink every time you and goes on the one that you just explained about elements furry like a squirrel and he's got to get that it's just perfect because he's just so on brand all the time media hall of Famer to be Yeah did you notice that Eminem's have come out with a legitimate eminem candy bar or was that something that you paid the social team to put out to create talk about during run pass option that happens every week as the backbreaker I'm a violator but I always try to end my point so I don't get killed but I did get killed a few there needs to be more than just you drink like there should be activities that you have to do yeah outside of just drinking thirty three people understood that it was just a category and not an engineering of literal good you're you're a digital through the roof worked so we're GonNa get the rules going right now John Producer John is he and he's GonNa tear us up with the drinking game rules shut up to the time afloat for instance just to keep it simple like give a shot to somebody or right one of my favorites when we used to play drunk Jenga which was a classic was like you had to make a gun sound or you had to make like de different sounds yeah you had like trade shirts with the person you hear you also have to be ousmane stick a SIP yeah little city doesn't have to be alcohol drink or it doesn't have to be lose in order to put yourself in a better position as an organization but he was basically saying not so many words you're you're essentially putting player uh-huh drink anytime Hawk mentions how humbly is that's the first minute of every show up and then finally drink anytime someone makes fun of or mentioned Hawk Catchphrase now to choose from I know for anybody listening man are catchphrase for the week as popular and played at so we're excited about that drink anytime joe talks about something he isn't supposed is to a Steve Young clip that he played where Steve Young was talking about the Miami Dolphins and he was saying it's Okay Oh you want to get a good quarterback you want a year right like different different other things besides just strictly like pounding your choice just throw that out there we're going to easy for him because he was busy he would he would just do all these things in a row just so he can quickly get hammered so we gotta add some wrinkles John that's that's that's the next his health at risk in doing so it makes it more dangerous a beat writer In Miami Omar Kelly who have I've seen a lot of his articles actually a big fan of running back who has bad receivers and they don't respect the past game they packed the box with eight defenders you have a higher chance of getting hurt because they're just teeing off and not worried about the responsibility if your quarterback is bad as a receiver if he can't read defenses as a receiver you have a higher chance of getting blown up over the middle right if you're the Thomas Block we're going to create them wrinkles you're right Tom Watson wrinkles we need you to come up we need to get more clever because Joe is he's a nuance kind of guy this is I will get the thing about this show is we have these rundowns we had the groggy interview lined up and we talked so much not too long ago I'm doing too much fasting yeah you must have that filter blocked on twitter chocolate Eddie by His Eminence or a Candy Bar and there's candy in the but he tweeted with re tweeted with the comment he said isn't every player steps going to feel at risk of being hurt not sure I get this argument higher risk of injury getting her is because like when your quarterback if you're a line is bad you have a higher chance of being hit more which means you have a higher chance of getting hurt landed game of football so what I wanted to say in full was you gotta understand that when your team is below an expert at this because of the situation Joe and especially my position as an offense lineman and I'm going to bat offense I'm on the field less because my team can't stay on the field we can't sustain drives so oh I want to get these urges to go on a twitter tirade and it's like man I only have so many characters and it would take so many tweets in this threat or maybe I do a video and oh you're assuming that they're going to feel the best team possible and understanding you're not gonNA have fifty three elite players but again you fall back on the assumption that at least is going to be equal enough that we are all at the same amount of risk when we go out on Sundays and your team is that bad you're not you had to increase risk of injury and the players for a team that is losing on purpose would give you that that he's probably at an increased risk for injury but I'm not sure that that holds true for everyone well I would argue I would then future all right so we've been conflicted with that problem I guess you know what I think we do need to to throw something out to the listeners here because this is an excellent drinking game right now but oh so nuanced it wasn't even worth saying well I would say that it would have to be on a per play basis like one for one the the worst team is at a higher guarding deep and it's literally a trickle down effect at ever affected every single position so what's the was trying to say is that's why you're getting hurt because when people come to the NFL you don't have you only have so many opportunities that this and you're wasting a year that you know you're not gonNA perform well because the same goes with production on the same side as myself into through together at the Cleveland browns and just took it to another level the next year but it's because when when when you're when you're team was below average it does put everyone at ask those one play then the good teams were worst play at each position overall because even in your example for the defense you could also make your argument to say that eight times less per game time sixteen per season some analytics nerd would have to come up with the reduction in risk that give you that from a defensive standpoint because they're going to be out there more and they're going to have to tackle more which I think is where defenders are primarily put at the most amount of risks the AM candy bar that's a candy bar inside of a candy bar yeah it's a it's a it's a two in one like a Siamese twin get two for one at those less fewer plays would have over the increased risk of potentially playing with worse players around me I will say I will also have less I would say in my experience when you have a bad offense and just a bad team overall teams aren't just scoring on huge chunk plays repeatedly it's more like they're getting five the people tweet me that at least ten times a week really yeah like water restored they finally eminem Candy Bar that's Oh he's been he's right he's right I must be it actually happened quite often we have bad offensive lineman or other blockers that are bad around you a lot of times cling is the contact with a ball carrier I remembered to call Jackson on those bad brown seems that were on he was getting you know like ten to fifteen more plays per game and he was having many more tackles I think even led the NFL tackles because we're on a bad team and he's the middle linebacker so he's getting a lot of tackles and I would say that in his case beat but they're trying to like not get the quarterback or the running back murdered so they do like the superman dive to try to get one last shove on their guy and of course they always fly in writing but he then tweeted the comment all of it every single article ever written that's a fair statement cotton yeah so I'm really really know Mark Kelly articles like man with talk about next we don't have an explain yourself this show but I have a tweet that I sent out that I do want to put an explanation to all right Oh mark Kelly tweeted in response tackles trying to sack the quarterback and so he dies at the quarterback with a quarterback shakes them off while the momentum of the defensive ends body on the other side just flies right into the back of your leg maybe instead of sixty eight plays which is probably about the NFL average we're getting on average sixty plays so eight plays less per game puts me at risk have seven ten they're like methodically moving down the field and kicking your ass because you're afraid of giving up the deep stuff so I try to keep everything in front of you there's at a balance and they don't have control over their body and so you may be blocking your guy fine but they're falling and tripping all over themselves and they're trying to save the day because they've been hit either from the inside from guard like getting beat or somebody getting t-boned from the inside like if the center is freed up and he comes just I'm not willing to just fully accept the thesis of your argument guys I don't think necessarily because you're a bad team puts you at a greater risk we'd have to obviously and they're looking for their stats in those games that's when they get most of their saxes when they're winning and they're going against bad team and so that's happened to me a number of times when you have probably run plays because there's just more bodies falling all over the place in it's it's less predictable like pass pro for the most part I kinda know if I'm going to and he just T. Bones the defensive tackle and defensive tackle just flies out and runs right into the side of my knee that's happened a few times or if somebody misses a block on the other I'm a nerd standpoint run the studies of how many guys are on I r depending in as it relates to how many losses you have 'cause here's here's my point on offense that all of the defense the defense will also have less plays because they're not as good and the offense would score quicker every time but typically they would because you were fielding a team that is not up to the standards of normal NFL players yes you you're you're risking their injury and their careers meanwhile because our side like I mentioned and they go for the quarterback and fly into me but outside of that like there's you're not getting hit that much in the lower body but in the run throw you into bad spots he's not going to see man and zone he's not gonNa understand where the ball placement needs to be so you're not getting your head taken off by linebacker that just standing there and stare game players can come from anywhere especially as you're going downfield and you're finishing blocks a lot of times you get those safeties that are kind of coming in from the side and their little guys into the back of your legs while you're engaged in your bracing and I've had a lot of times were the right tackle gets beat and he and the the defensive end over the no it this is why I have a podcast yes I said when your overall team is so below average everyone is at an increased risk of being hurt beyond the assume risk of just annette you're crossing rotten and as you're making that point Hawk I was thinking is there a situation where having other bad players would put you joe left tackle at risk you feel like there are any cases fron guard he started his friends started accompanying one of his t shirts was even a blind squirrel always gets not I was like man eggs and actually I tore a couple MCTL's just like that one time it was cameron wake he's coming around and he tried to sack one of the quarterbacks that we had I forget who it was twenty to choose from poor blockers around you the defense is going for a sack or attack for loss and they fly into the back of your legs so what's more dangerous operative lyman run plays or pass place about that sets interesting to me because Hawk you're saying as a receiver that playing with a bad quarterback puts you at risk yes it's Joe would you that basic premise. I can agree with that because he's going to gets bigger running backs and so a Lotta Times diving at their legs and a lot of times that's how you're getting rolled up or you get in in bad positions or you get stuck in a pile on your foot gets caught but and he went right in outside of my left leg on the very last play of a game that we were losing like twenty eight it was totally meaningless but of course those demons L. Alcohol you came here okay the ground the whole pile falls down that's how Alex broke his leg against the steelers he was just in a pile and the whole pile phil side on his leg that was the beginning of the Eh twenty four does it you guys cal Shannon era you guys have talked a lot about the seasons where you had multiple players on your roster are substantial amount of players see there's gonna be plenty as Johnny Manziel used to say lost in the sauce laugh a getting rid of him and trying to go with somebody else now that is littering but they ultimately decided were not ready for the role where Matt Leflore and Mike Daniel who is the run game coordinator for the coordinator but they ultimately decided to go with Steve Sarkissian as offensive coordinator of the two staff members they were The other thing we talked about other coaching randomness was I was thinking about the Dan Quizzes Atlanta and there was an old article that I when I was a little bit about it in order to effectively run it because the Ron Mirrors the play action debt which mirrors the past everything looks the same from the start your stretching negative run plays and as a defensive guy what do they hate more than anything I don't turn the ball over don't lose yardage and just let me win I was on the Google machine looking it up and it talked about when Kyle left that the Falcons were considering two members of Kyle staff to be the field and if everything doesn't fit together like a puzzle it doesn't work it's just a bunch of random place and you're gonNA have a lot of loss yardage plays because when you run the wide zone is also proven to be Too little too late yeah I mean it's like when you try to bring somebody into rent somebody else's offenses like wife swap using the show eighteen better okay hockey around yeah exactly there was one time though the day we're gonNA play a quarterback and I was like that might not three zero game with my defense but that's not how the Shanahan scheme works and so when you try to hire shark season and say yeah just go do it kyle did around tenure in Atlanta was hiring Steve Sarkisian who doesn't know the Kyle Shanahan scheme that scheme is enormously detailed and you have to know every Dan on the hot seat and other guys are are you know hot candidates and head coach is everywhere else which I agree the the biggest mistake that Dan Quinn is made in his now may team better yeah and then I left it they cut me like if you'd give it a bad players that'd be great niners and more than likely going to have head coach interviews off season as well as PRI- continue to run cows offense but it's just funny like when you talk about taking a risk by basically running behind line of scrimmage a lot longer and that's actually one of the reasons Patton didn't love the wide zone a lot of times was because we had a lot of lost and had guys that were in charge of the run game they had the run game coordinator Right which to me that means two things one you don't know much about the run game and be safe because he doesn't know ways and if he throws it to me and double coverage gets the safety I am going to die so yeah there there's been times like that to you don't know how to call the run game so you've basically delegated that and all you think about is we'll run when we have to I want to throw the ball and we'll run when we and I'm like you know what that's a good question for Joe because I couldn't quite articulate it the same way and then he also asked what how does the position coaches play into you call the tight end to slip into the flat and dump it to him and then he knows when you should run takeoff route because the safety is sucking up and you know you can throw it

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No public events, four H. and FIFA shows will be held depending on state and local public health. Guidelines for H. Ffa Shows Limited to exhibitors and immediate family, staff and volunteers. I will tell you latest. The Dakota State Fair scheduled for September third through the seventh have come out and said that they are still on. In their one hundred thirty fifth year the Perfect Vision Fund will look a little different officials say to address challenges posed by the covid nineteen pandemic. Taking. Guest Safety Seriously but. That's about all the details that we have at this point, so they're. They're going to do something. It's going to look a little different. But. They say they're going to put on the quote. Best State Fair possible, and that will be in the first week of September so Wisconsin's called off. Obviously Minnesota's called off Ohio was called off. South Dakota is still on. and. Here's a little trivia for you. How many times says the Iowa? 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Now Reese Kennedy is the manager of global trade with us. Grains Council, and says they're focused on trade servicing and taking care of overseas buyers to make sure that we continue to drive demand. They've released their corn export quality report, which provides a picture of corn quality as it's being loaded into those shipping containers. Expanding the program, the Department of Agriculture is moving forward their animal disposal program to cover retroactively decisions that were made. To euthanize back in May now. They're calling this round zero providing up to forty dollars per approved animal to help cover disposal cost to these market ready pigs to qualify retroactively. You must submit your application before June twenty second to applicants will be notified of approval by June twenty fourth and producers must've euthanize those animals between may first, and may twenty fifth now you can also apply for what they're calling around three during the same time period. If of euthanize ation decision is something that needs to be made. Wondering about China, certainly and USDA numbers of course, the big report out tomorrow World Agriculture will supply and demand reports and whether. They'll live up to the phase. One trade agreements, and that may have something to do with whether there is a necessity of another market facilitation program payment Orca rotavirus aid package senator. Charles Grassley says price of corn and savings is way down some of which he hopes. Maybe we'll be offset people. Leaving and we get the ethanol plants up running I think it's GonNa. help the price of corn, but we're also faced with what looks like a fairly good crop here with the large acreage in so that's GonNa. Be Depressing has got nothing to do with the band. Yeah, and so far good excellent ratings very high here in the state of Iowa and across the country. Also says most likely to shape for the next aid package of some kind will be the extent of the economic turnaround by the time July is over with a first look at weather here. The big show brought to you by the coalition to support Iowa's farmers. These are some good folks, and they know livestock here in the state of Iowa rules regulations that can help you out and making plans, and also with neighbour relations a nate. Let's take a look at what's going on south. America it's harvest time in that part of the world. Yeah, absolutely down in Brazil the northern harvesting areas should remain dry for the next week. That'd being Mata Grosso monographs. Goya's the provinces though of Power and I could see scattered moderate showers every day until Sunday especially in the southern reaches of those provinces there in Brazil, temperatures there well to above normal until Saturday, then above normal on Sunday then temperatures above normal through Sunday for the Mato Grosso. Areas as well Argentina's should also see in the northern parts of the country, the same showers that are going to hit southern Brazil but they should stay localized over northern, Argentina over the weekend leaving southern areas with little to no showers, soil moisture, there has been short especially there in a central and southern. Argentina. Excuse me. And causing some stress, the emerging wheat crop `Argentina well here. During the big show, we talk a lot about exports in his impact on agriculture here in the state of Iowa, a lot of what we produce whether that's and I was corner, bean fields, or whether that's in our livestock yards. Feedlots confinement buildings all across state of Iowa make their way into foreign markets. We depend heavily on foreign trade and Andy. We are going to be talking more. I believe about red meat. Exports coming up here. Off to the minutes, commodity prices and market analysis that make sense. This is the big Joe. Twenty twenty-three time on a big show clock thing started. Brighten up in Central Iowa Eastern Iowa still picking up some rainfall western Iowa drying out out for some rain overnight. We'll talk more about that. In fact, we have some boots on the ground, eyeballs out in the field and western Iowa coming up just a little bit here Andy Right now we are talking with folks. US, Meat Export Federation. I believe you have. Have on the telephone line with you Dan Hallstrom Dana's president and CEO and these folks work round the clock around the world to make sure that we are selling us met into these markets and have been doing such a wonderful job at it with a record or near record numbers for now years on and based out of Denver. Colorado where we send the big show microphones today, Dan. What's going on? Hey Good morning. Thank you for having me on. Now, are you in Denver Today Danner you somewhere else I? Know you do quite a bit of traveling. No I'm in. I'm in Denver and the office today so you? Have you. Some of your travel been limited then as as a result of covid nineteen. Yeah, we have I'd say the last two months. We've been pretty much You know in the state of Colorado. Not Not much travel, and that's the case for most of our offices around the world as well although I'll get into this minute, but We're starting to see Asia Open Up. Different markets food service returning. To normal in some cases, so yeah, it's looking better in the as markets anyway. Yeah, and we can talk about the time line because they started that a little bit before we did in this country. If if I'm not mistaken, but you had some numbers out this week. That show that Beef is what still at record levels and pork is a little bit off, but the numbers were impressive despite the global pandemic. Yeah I. Think all things considered where it's pretty solid month. The month of April for Portwood was up about twenty percent Led by China and Japan, both had good months there and. and on the B side we were down just slightly down six percent, but but very good showing for Japan as well on beef so I think it kind of speaks to the fact that Japan in particular is Japan US agreement that was implemented on January. Want this year is really starting to bear some fruit, and we're on a level playing field now in terms of duties with our competitors Australian. The beef sides Europe onto parkside so it's really you know truly looking good and I. Think you're GonNa. See continued good growth out of Japan for as we go forward. So, these numbers were for April. Right may probably when this thing hit the hardest At least worldwide, what do you expect there? We get a little while before. We get to recovery yet, she I think you're exactly right I. Don't think we saw the full impact of some of the supply chain challenges that we saw they started in April, but went into May a Lotta this product, especially the product going to China on the pork side Stroz it, and so I think the month of May we will see a downturn in the numbers especially as it relates to pork, in probably into China specifically and the other area that worries me. A bit is wild. Asia was ahead of the US. In terms of the impact with coded Mexico and Latin America another big outlet, the US beef in court was behind the US, so I. Think you're going to see the numbers. The numbers rory down on beef to Mexico in April I think we're GONNA. See that continue. To route May from Mexico and central South America as well, but but that being said I'm still very optimistic, overall for the rest of twenty twenty May, and maybe even June might be a bit of a struggle but I think we're well positioned as the rest of the world beyond Asia starts to reopen. you know Mexico's central South America, they will reopen. The question is when will it be July? We'll be August somewhere through there. You'RE GONNA see it coming back for some bigger and I think that we have the supply, obviously high-quality supply of beef and pork so I think for the year. We're still very optimistic for upper continued growth hey, Dan. This Bob got about a minute left here and we talk a lot about Asia understand that we're talking about agreements with Japan as well and with China, talk a little bit about though with North America. How are we doing with? Trading partners in Canada. Canada well. Together. US MCA Canada and Mexico right there Pork and our top three or four destinations for USB, port. Right behind the Japan and China and And the beauty of it is at the product mix it goes over to Asia is quite different from that product. Knicks on both beef and pork that goes to Mexico and Canada, so and that's it from the standpoint of maximizing the value of the carcass using different cuts. candidate Mexico extremely important because they complement what goes to Asia so well and you know we, of course, the NAFTA agreements in the nineties definitely needed to be updated. Updated the administration got that Don and we're looking for an implementation USMC A now this summer and I think that just you know we're at Judy. Zero duty and so, but this update a nasty to point out called or US MCA, the common term now is just another way of solidifying that that duty-free relationship between the three countries, and in that regard, extremely extremely important Canada and Mexico for for US beef and pork industries. Well I want to ask you about Asia's reopening pro- with the music of course means that we're out of time, so we'll have to get together and do that again here real soon. How's that sound? That sounds great anytime. The, thank you bet. Thanks for all of your hard work. on our behalf making sure that there are markets for the products that we. Produce here in the state of and across the Upper Midwest, Dan, Hallstrom, president and CEO. You ask be export. Federation sheree food. Today on fictional. Eleven thirty five here on the big show clock by the big show we are. Talking weather today, big rainfall amounts yesterday. Some rain does continue in state although central Iowa starting to clear out here friends or seen some blue skies. On the telephone line with us by the way brought to you by hurts real estate services, farmland auction brokerage valuations ads. The farmland pros at hurts hurts real estate services. Bringing you this update on the big show. Allen Burglar is with US and Allen. We have a report coming out of believe. Tomorrow isn't coming out tomorrow. Kinda give us a preview. Expect to see. Well you're not going to see a lot of change. I don't think in the new crop forecasts USDA's. Tendency in June is to wait for the daycare report at the end of the month and grain stocks report at the end of the month, so trade average guesses are slightly off what yesterday showed us and May That's really probably just a typical air that the bias is that they don't do much. the biggest concern on corn side is that they might might cut the ethanol corn use a little bit more because we're just not back up to full production yet. today's EIA number was higher again, which is positive, but look like we might be just a little bit below the pace needed to meet their previous number. Now going into it looks like corns. What wants to lower today? Soybeans want to hire so. Not a lot I guess going in to this report now. Soybeans have been on a fairly decent run. I'M NOT GONNA say they're gone crazy or anything, but we have seen some value. Build back into the soybean market so kind of give me your snapshot view of Soybeans and move forward here over the next couple of weeks. Well the thing you got a couple of things go on and soybeans first of all. Brazilian reality been rallying against the dollar fairly substantially, which means that they're being a little more expensive and currency terms, and then they've also shipped out a big percentage of of their exportable supplies for the year already David One statistic I'd seen was forty nine million tonnes from January through may out of what we would. Be Seventy six million tons for the whole year so The easy grains is gone out of Brazil there. They're going to get a little harder to pry the rest of it away from the farmers, and then for their farmers purposes, the price is weaker because of the currency change so those are both positives to to get more US sales you're you're seeing the Chinese nibble a little bit more here and there because again. Easy stuff out of Brazil's gone now and they do have this phase one thing in the background so. We think the old crop is well supported here. in should should work higher either on features on basis because the commercials don't own a lot of inventory either. Yeah Hell and its handy How much of this negative news do you think is already? Negative expectations for the report to Marty's already dialed into the market. I think most of it. The markets very very much. Hunker down here today, just kind of waiting for the actual numbers and you know, show me something I need to act on sort of saying, but the big market movers typically. Those June thirtieth reports the we we've gotten. Some limit moves out of those in the past. Livestock wise here. Everybody's talking. It seems like about the box beef prices crashing, but in reality. They're kind of just getting back here to to what normally is considered a pretty high levels to begin with, aren't they? Yeah we're basically back to where we were in March and where we were back in two thousand, seventeen on the highs So yeah you. You had this huge shortage of beef because packing plants were down and they weren't able supply. The the retail chains and retail demand was good because the restaurants were closed, so that gave you all time highs in in wholesale prices. And now that the packers are ramping back up, the restaurants are opening back up and. Consumers work through some of their inventory. Things are things. You're balancing out a little bit here, but the the real problem, is they. They never paid for the cattle at the level that they. Were selling the beef man that's because of the the slaughter issues So it's it's. It's difficult to figure out where the cash cattle price should be. it doesn't really need to go down here. Despite the fact that beef is coming down, the margins are still very attractive for the packers but the boards discounting the cash kind of thinking that it will follow the beef. Hey and got about a minute left here with you mentioned something that I wrote down here. It's interesting. When we were talking about the South American soybean crop, you said the easy stuff was already on the market, and I understand what you're talking about. storage capacity to store crop in south. America I, guess it's something I never really thought about compared to what US might be as far as. Ability for those farmers to store on on the farm. Well they've increased their storage ability quite a bit Not all of it has been, so they use a lot of temporary bags storage. You know the plastic bags like we would use for silage or for. Temporary storage at the end of the field. Though you know the long plastic tubes they've they've expanded their usage of those quite a bit in both Brazil Argentina's temporary storage They? They still have the truck lines at harvest, trying to get to the porch, but they're. They're not as extensive as they used to be. the other thing there is that Brazil is five their their exports quite a bit with the opening up of the Amazon Porch. Used to be everything had to go south the Paranagua. Santos now you can kind of. Spread it out? Send some of it through the north, and they did finish a construction. They finally paved. The are 163, which is the main highway up to the Amazon and that that's means they're. They're trucking's a little more consistent than wise. The question to me is is covid nineteen and how that's affecting their operations. Yeah and we have her impact. Maybe we'll catch up with that a little bit later I. WanNa also get some targets from you coming up in the meantime. How can we find out more about brutal marketing there? Well. To brass, but we've got clients in seventeen states. Call us at four, zero, two, six, nine, seven, three, six to three visit our website for more information at www dot, brugge learn that's B.. R. U. G. L. E., R. Marketing, DOT, com, or download our egg market APP from the Apple. Store. Weather brought to you by hurts. Real Estate Services Farmland auction brokerage. Andy Valuations. The fine folks at hurts real estate services. That's put nate back to work for us today. nate. We've talked about South America and We know we've had some rain here in the Upper Midwest. But what's going on in the Delta, let's talk about soybean country southern reaches the soybean based the US Delta states. What are they getting for weather? Yeah, now that Cristobal move through a couple of days ago, dry weather today, and really dry weather expected in the Mississippi Delta all the way into and through about the end of next week, temperatures near to. To, below normal until Sunday down in the Mississippi, Delta States well one thing. I have noticed in central Iowa over the last half hour, or so is the wind is starting to pick up, and in fact, the winds getting to be pretty stout out there western. Iowa had some wind yesterday. We're GONNA. Talk more about that coming up, but believe Spencer Airport clocked a seventy mile, an hour, gusts, yesterday, afternoon, and down to red. Oak they were at sixty miles an hour, so some stout winds moving in behind this rain shield that we've been putting up with the last day and a half or so here, friends. And s kind of driving our weather right now. A young Andrew is A. we're getting quite a lot of wind building in here. as the tropical depression pushes through I the biggest governor Kim Reynolds is further relaxing limitations. Put into place to limit discredit covid. Nineteen capacity restrictions will be lifted. On Friday pools allowed to reopen, we'll have more information for you. At Straight, up twelve o'clock. All of the highlights of the big show our on our podcast go iheartradio dot com search. They'll big show. Eleven, fifty five on the big show Kwok Levin, fifty five Bob Grin and the big show here today we are eagerly awaiting a announced news conference coming up at three o'clock this afternoon, and I can tell you that your newsroom for off from who will be present there and they're going to bring us up to the minute, so we should probably know something you. You listened to your radio. I would imagine these folks will have something as soon as they can get it out about the Iowa. State Fair Andy and we don't know we have no insight, but we have been kind of told, and all the media has been told the same thing that you. You may want to be there because there could be a decision. On the IRS. State Fair for this year so now. Heels of the governor, announcing that capacity restrictions for businesses will be lifted Friday pools and senior adult daycare centers will be allowed to reopen also. They still say to practice social distancing so six feet, but. The rules continue to be eased. Bob and the reopening continues in South Dakota state fairs come out and said they're going to go ahead and have it September third through the seventh so I guess we'll see where Iowa falls a little bit later on this afternoon Yeah, no, we are eagerly awaiting that announcement. Hey, one of the things that you were talking about earlier. is considering concerning this market. And we have been looking at this beef cutout report and you made a good point. We're down eight dollars and forty cents today on choice boxes to thirty eight sixty now. There was a time not too long ago that we would be celebrating to thirty eight sixty as a strong market. and. We're about what two hundred bucks under what we consider a very lofty high that we We put in Alan. Burglar made a comment that I. think summarizes the thoughts of the cattle industry. But when he said I don't know. Where that boxed price graduated back to or didn't graduate back to live price, but it didn't. And that's kind of what's going on with investigations with the DOJ right now I believe, and that's an interesting part of the conversation to Allen said that. They're trying to figure out where cash belongs because you know. The cash price did not escalate in lockstep with the box price, right? Yeah to sixty seven I believe. The was the record price back in twenty seventeen before cova came along, and it went to four fifty, so just got to just got way out of whack there. It's interesting, also you know the carcass cut out value on hogs, the price of pork going. To the grocery store it's high, but it never got that far out of whack in terms of the price of beef just absolutely skyrocketed exponentially. That never really happened on pork but as Allen says the price of cash cattle on the farm never made a corresponding increase, and now the temptation is to lower. The prices are lowering, but wait a minute. It wasn't it wasn't raised in conjunction with the. So! There needs to be a better balance down back. There in terms of the price of the producer yet? On the farm. We've reached lunchtime. Here today on the big show.

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Choppin wood with Chris Redd

The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

1:04:16 hr | 2 months ago

Choppin wood with Chris Redd

"Welcome to the endless honeymoon podcast I'm your host Natasha Jero on Jolt Joe Dimaggio the famous baseball player who married Marilyn Monroe. I'm actually now in the eating cookie dough phase of covid. Where where am I never saw this? I've been hiding it from you. Oh, you're hiding the show Dan. You like a housewife I love eating bon-bons watching the soaps chomping on cookie. Doesn't seem to matter. What does eating cookie dough have to do with a life? Not mattering well, if life doesn't matter, why not have some cookie dough Oh, man, you should put that on a Mug. Life doesn't matter. have some cookie dough. Feeling good myself. Got A job. That feels good got a new writing job. That's exciting about the slighted I won't tell you what it is yet till that deal to ink's dry. But. It's going to be nice to get back to work because I am feeling the pinch. Financial pinching. Because I need to buy new things from RV. Well I guess I'll just watch the kid then. Guess I. Guess You can go full housewife actual. You got the cookie dough gone now. You can take it to that next level. Eli I could do it. That is the difficult thing about being in a relationship with a successful person. I've never been threatened by your success. In fact, it's the primary reason that I married you but. I will say that it's difficult when one of us gets busy, because then the other one just has to. kind of deal with everything. Yeah I agree. Yeah, we'll have fun. I'll be India in ten weeks. Weeks time. I got a ten week. GIG COMING UP WE'RE HEADED OFF. This week to the Beautiful Mount Zion National Park One of the most beautiful places in all of America. We're GONNA go in the RV, and if you're bored, Google the narrows, and you'll see the hiking path that wants to take me and my daughter I am proposing that we take our toddler on. It is a dangerous hike with flash flooding. What better place? For a toddler! Then, a hike through a river and unsure footing that will have her in a backpack, and if a flash flood comes, will then I guess the writing job will evaporate, and so we'll my life. I'm excited to go. Though it's going to be good. I got a birthday coming up. I'm getting older. What what can you say about life? I mean it doesn't matter anymore. Eat that cookie dough. The cookie dough. Where did you get cookie dough from well I've found it. You found cookie dough. Yeah, like I had it from a while ago, but then I started kind of reading it raw. Yeah eggs in it I don't know you care cookie dough the. For Eating Raw oh. Really you've got Salmonella and then I'll have to take care of the child. I'm from the Midwest and we just kind of eat expired. Dairy things. Oh! We have strong stomachs. I'm Jewish and we have the opposite of strong stomachs. We've stopped strong stomach aches isn't eating cookie dough a thing? Yeah, but they made cookie specifically so that you could eat it without getting salmonella poisoning in the freezer in like a little tube. You know Pillsbury. Something else okay. Is it chocolate chip? Yeah, okay, wait am I. GonNa get Salmonella. Remains to be seen all right got a double whammy. Kovic Salmonella Combo. Okay well. Isn't our guest waiting for us in New York? Just suggest is waiting for us. I don't believe he is in New York. We were going to call a very funny man who's been on a mission lately. We're GONNA talk all about that mission. Oh, and you can also see him on the show. I'm doing right now on HDTV. Busy and successful partner is called Comedians on couches. Me, and some comedian friends me and Dan Levy. We Make Fun of House Hunters and Chris. Read is one of the guests and kids episodes tonight regular on snl basically Natasha Dan Levy on a comedian. Guests get together and make fun and roast episodes of House hunters. It's a Lotta Fun actually the last time I talked to Chris Zoom. Doing how center so I would like to check in with him. Let's check in with S. and L.'s Chris Rhett the very funny Chris read. Hello! S. What's going on? What's up, dude? How are you? Good man, you know Mississippi surviving. When I asked you if you would do the podcast, you said I'm available anytime. After eight PM, central time and I thought and I. Don't I don't mean to be bigoted here. Chris but I didn't know that you were allowed to be on SNL. If you lived in central time, I thought that they would fire you from the cast immediately. Yet the this. This was crazy because I snuck out and the. Then meeting. How much I'm putting online. With. We appreciate that I got very bad news for you. Lauren is a huge endless honeymoon podcast fan. He writes every week. Yeah, it's crazy. I guess I'm just Edgy Edgy Guy. The Edgy decision and. We'd so Chris Are you with your family? Yeah Yeah I'm I'm with my dad and my mom. That's a it's a family thing and then my mom. My brother just got in yesterday. Where'd he come from? Your honestly. No one knows so a little bit. That's kind of his thing. He? He came from California Suite, so he flew to Memphis and drove down. I like that you guys are in heavy quarantine, but you're introducing a possible weak link by allowing your brother to move. Exciting Oh you know it's the energy I had Have in general I'm a damaged. New York like I. I don't trust anybody. I saw him in the kitchen, and it took me literally twenty five minutes to get c