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"Book Talk" guest John G Miller Author "The QBQ Workbook A Hands On Tool for Personal Accountability"

Doug Miles Media

09:20 min | 6 months ago

"Book Talk" guest John G Miller Author "The QBQ Workbook A Hands On Tool for Personal Accountability"

"Joining us now to welcome as part of a book talk, one today man has really had a successful book The QB Hugh came out about a few years ago. He's got the new companion workbook out. Now, call the CUE workbook a hands on tool for practicing personal accountability at work in life enjoyed today by. John G Miller from out in the city of Denver, Colorado and John, good to talk with you on. Great. Thanks for having me on Yeah I. Congratulations on the success of the the original book Qb Q. In. Every often that writes the book going to explode. But that really took off over a million copies I understand. He asked we've been very blessed Doug and we're very pleased at the results and were relaunching or launching the fifth edition of Cuba Cuba Day. So it's the best addition yet, it's on the market and it all started back in two thousand and one we spoke on personal accountability and it just like you said to take off. So we're doing well, then personal accountability. You hear that term a lot particularly in the in the sports world be accountable for whatever we do on the field, but the plies everywhere. It doesn't. It really does, and that's why we've just recently added. There's not a book line called raising accountable kids because count ability begins at home the people lament about society and yeah, decide he doesn't really support. The value of personal responsibility is more about women and victims thinking. But if we want to change that world, we really need to start a family. So as I said others, you know we need to get mom and Dad Practicing Accountability I. Always Laugh because people think parents think that raising accountable kids book. Is further children. No, it's for mom and Dad. So mom and dad can be better parents. So do those the original book to be Q. is is really for anybody. It's just about getting rid victim thinking and finger pointing and blaming and and asking better questions, we call them the question behind the question Qb Q. is is, what can I do today to serve? How can I contribute? What can I do to make it there? Instead of asking the some lousy questions that we can cover here that take me to victims, thinking procrastination and blank. That came from the whole. You know you hear a lot about it. Now, we've last five, ten years. You know for me or the victim thinking like you call it. I grew up not that long ago. But you know my parents wouldn't let me get away with that, and one of my friends parents would something turned somewhere. I'm not sure what happened. Do we know? How old you are Doug I was born in nineteen fifty eight little younger. Not much. Younger. Okay. So you know maybe we're in our fifties and and all I know is blame and whining and complaining is always existed. But what seems to have changed today? Is. Not, only the generation we raised up thinking, they get a trophy for just showing up some of the younger people I have found will say, but the world is more complicated. You don't understand older people, it's too complicated to just be accountable. I think that when I just pause and say, okay, this is not going. Well, what can I do to be looked I? Do to be more effective. How can I. Contribute what can I do to make a difference? I think IOS good questions cut to all the clutter of society and make me stand out compared to what's going on in the world because I i. actually read an article recently were millennials were saying all too complicated nowadays, it's different. Different, it's changed. Well, some things never change and I think the principle of ownership and responsibility are still good and they still work another know my parents and my friends, parents they all pretty much grew up not in the depression. My parents said, they were when they had us in or right after that it's complicated world that was no picnic back then so they knew it was like to come up on a tough world. You're right in the truth is not a very few today have to go out and Or you know get get underneath the chickens that we've cared for. WE'RE PRETTY SPOILED IN AMERICA TO BE HONEST I don't know if that contributes to the entitlement thinking that exists today. Sometimes people come on the job and to be clear, expect to be the boss. I don't know where all this has come from, but I started trying to understand where it came from I. Think it's good just to say, okay, and I learn different ways of thinking and yes, that's what Cuba, q. and Kuba Q dot. com. Is All about we were teaching people how to? Take a stand and being responsible to make a mistake sailed I, made the mistake. But here's what I learned from. What can I do to move forward today? That's a good question. We call it the question behind the question chapter in the book of those interesting Don't ask don't ask the question why there are times when you should ask but lot of people ask that throughout I guess, right? Like, we say since gathering information that's different. But if it's wise is happening to me why don't I ever get a break? Why don't people do more for me and that's the victim thinking. And the problem and thinking that I really when I fall into that trap of wowing and victim thinking winding, not really serving anybody. I'm not adding value not even serving myself. Am I going to learn grow and change. The victim. So we're on a bit of a mission here to just work on taking this message of accountability and bringing it home to the families bringing into the workplace and just cutting through the clutter of the world like I say in saying, okay, I own it. What can I do to change? And this particular book which again, kind of a companion book to the Q. Book is a Workbook talk about What you? People will do with this particular book. Sure. Doug. Thanks, we can make you think our company sells a comprehensive to the training program for corporations on how to bring personal. To the workplace that he knew there was a gap. We knew there was a gap when it came to the individual reader. Browsing at Barnes and noble, or you're on Amazon and you buy to. Read it think okay, that was good. But now I need to go further with it. How do I go deeper with? We knew that was a gaffe. So we created this workbook, my daughter, Kristin who has a masters in curriculum design and works with me has been out speaking for eight years on personal accountability. She's only thirty four, she did most of the work. Work in a very hands on practical tool for taking the qb concept, breaking it down, looking at all the fast. That's putting it back together and taking it home with me. So I can really practice it as a mom. The DAD has a friend, a neighbor in my church wherever I am and in the workplace for the workbook. That's the title, pretty creative Is just a tool to help us apply that you'd be Q. Message Advocacy work. But that's what we decided to tyler. He couldn't figure out what else are we going to call says? The panel. You want people to write in most books. You don't want people to ride, and but this one you do right has questions and answers. So. Yes. We do. There's all kinds of space to work through exercises and answer questions of do some real strong south reflection. We can be us with couples in the used them. Small groups. It's just a really good tool. Book. Great to talk with again, doing great work with with the whole organization that Qb Q. and that website one more time. Can we get more information about the book for sure. Thank you. Doug qb Q dot Com, just come visit us and I people can follow us on twitter and facebook and linked in instagram and all those things nowadays. But my parting message would be you know, let's put away the blame. The Stop the blame game was put away the victim thinking unless rise above and just cracks personal responsibility and accused good tool to help us do that. Has, been our guest also co author with his daughter, Kristen Miller and John targeted hopefully can do it again. Thanks for being with. US Anytime Doug, thank you. I'm brock thirty years ago, I formed remote area medical help people overseas. But then we found generations of families in America isolated by policy from the healthcare they need. Together, we can take dental vision and medical help to a million adults in their kids. Right here at home in the United. States of America.

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85. The John G. Riley House is All That Remains of Smokey Hollow. Althemese Barnes Turned It Into a Museum on Tallahassees Black History

Museum Archipelago

14:54 min | 5 months ago

85. The John G. Riley House is All That Remains of Smokey Hollow. Althemese Barnes Turned It Into a Museum on Tallahassees Black History

"Welcome to Museum archipelago I'm in Elsner. Museum, Archipelago Guides you through the rocky landscape of museums. Each episode is never longer than fifteen minutes. So. Let's get started. John, Gilmore Riley was born enslaved on the Tallahassee Florida plantation in eighteen fifty seven John Gilmore ride into slavery about three blocks from here after slavery ended each owns education for career and became the first black principle of the nick of high school that was built to provide an education for newly freed slaves and their descendants here where we're sitting in right now is the John G Reilly House and museum in what is now basically downtown Tallahassee and this is Alpha means barnes the founding director of the museum. The My name is Al to these farms and the founding director of the John Gilmore Rally. Research Center and Museum. The Executive Director and I've been that for twenty four years the John G Reilly House a handsome two story Wood House sits in the same neighborhood as the older well-kept plantation homes Tallahassee. Eighteen fifty seven was the center of Florida's plantation economy assistant built almost entirely on enslaved labor enslaved people outnumbered white people three to one of the two, hundred and seventy nine white families living here in eighteen sixty, nearly two thirds owned at least. One person wants the slavery system down was eliminated in the area. A lot of the properties remained a part of that establishment and a lot of the blacks worked on the plantation remained in the area over time of the blast mood Dan. So ultimately, it became this African American enclave call it, and it's swear over eighty families settled around the eighteen seventies. The families had stores, they had churches, they have school that operated out of. John Ame Church, they had a with yard. It was a pretty much self sustaining community. They had pretty much everything that was needed, which was important because it was during the days of Segregation Vedra segregation. So they were limited in terms of of they could go to shop ready to could go for entertainment what have you and during the period of crow and black codes this neighborhood, this enclave became known as smokey hollow why the name smoke our younger. we have among the fact, but smoke Allah grew out of the fact that okay. It's an all black community. So a lot of the more out say undesirable elements ended up in smoke hall. So you had the electric station, the first electric building, the incinerator were all decisions trash was burned was smokey hollow many of the women did domestic work white fan is brought in their clothes and back then the women did the watch out sat over a black. So they had to make these fires and so he would always see smoke coming up from the buyer pots and then the train ran right through smoke out. So what the city Mitt smoke so that's all that is a smoke part. Then be say to the children will wear are we are we on? He'll Novia a hollow so that's the smoker. John Gilmore Riley was a critical part of this self sustaining neighborhood as the principal of the Black Lincoln Academy which later became Lincoln High School. He was known as Professor Riley, he also served as a guardian a kind of. Record, keeper a births and deaths for black people in the smoky neighborhood. The majority of houses and smokey hollow could be described architecturally as shotgun homes. Riley was able to buy some and rent them to tenants in smoky. In eighteen ninety s Riley built this grander house for his family on the northern end of smokey hollow this house when it was spilled was a very up sale. beat deal. For. Tallahassee for Abe laggers. Because if you think of the fact that, okay, you have a person was born a slave. and. He is a slave to he was about eight nine years old then along came another time in history. People like. Mr. Still were not allowed to learn to read and write so he had to. Get votes yet knockin Ryota So she teaching how to re and then he grows up more and then other people counted on him and then you had jumped rogue. Code Swear Black People. especially the men were endangered couldn't do things that of India there were mentioned close by because the Jay says smokey hollow and they. Pass, that day I grew up in Tallahassee in fact I grew up went to school listened to miles from smokey hollow but I had never even heard of it not even once. So why have I never heard of it? That was the question I went to the Riley House to ask it turns out that there are a lot of reasons but it all. Stems from event that Barnes simply refers to as eminent domain fourteen years after Riley died the city of Tallahassee decided that it needed the land that the smoky. Hollow. Neighborhood sat on and proceeded take it as public property through a process called eminent domain in nineteen sixty community with him. Domain had made the about eight families that were eight or to negotiate as. Long enough to get money for their properties, the residents were told the city needed the land to build a new capital complex. Tallahassee, is the capital of Florida but not much actually came of the project save for the construction of a new road over the neighborhood, and this was the Tallahassee I was familiar with the entire community raced out of the urban landscape and out of the minds of people like me but not for the former residents who forever resented eminent domain. Of smokey hollow already cleared out in the nineteen seventies the city had it sights on the Riley House itself the idea was to demolish the house and turn it into an electric substation here the former residents have smokey hollow many of whom were taught by Riley rallied to prevent the home from being destroyed. The house was fully restored in Nineteen eighty-one. Barn. Says that it was the Preservation of school that the house would serve as a center to interpret local African American history and that's where Barnes. Comes in in one, thousand, nine, hundred, six, she stepped forward to turn the dream into a reality starting with oral histories were the first people to come over to our cleaned up after the restoration to prepare opening as research and museum. There are many ways to interpret history. Aspects of his house. One of the first things idea McCain Bahasa, we don't just be a museum of pictures on the wall I want to document history that has been ignored neglected. So Motto Cam Cameron, try it almost interviews all the people this if people want to know anything about the black. The real authentic black. You have to talk with people lived somewhere else I. Tell you something. Your primary source. Is Much. Today, the dream is realized the museum doesn't just have pictures on the wall this even talking audio animatronic likeness of Riley, which was in a very Florida twist donated by the Disney Corporation. Don't go your roots people can kill you any being an. You. Truthfulness Barn says that the museum uses the years of Riley's life as an interpretive method to provide context for the legal forces of segregation acting on smokey hollow and black people across the nation. Brain be even that the birth death day Mr Reineck was born in eighteen fifty seven. So we said Okay what famous Cohen decision happened in eighteen, fifty, seven and interesting news mobsters keep thinking he thinks Oh dre Scott. dre At Scott decision tell me about dress Scott. From in more was ruled against. Okay Mr Obama died in nineteen. What happened in nineteen? Oh. Yes. Brown. Versus the board. Of Education, the location or views of the John G? Reilly. House. And Museum Mostly Express gratitude to learn what reviewers didn't learn in school. There aren't tuning museums in Tallahassee that interpret these kinds of histories. Barnes knows all too well work. Often bureaucratic work is necessary to keep the memory of smokey hollow in the city of Tallahassee. A more recent example of this comes in the city's development of a new twenty four Acre Park called Cascades Park on mostly land that used to be smoky hollow. Now here we are with these twenty four waivers we will do this car and the whole thing was that the people do they developed. City county level was making no mention of the footprint, the original So being from Tallahassee, I'm bone all race Benny on life. I started going to the meetings. And we also have the noise. When it was time for QA, raise my hand and some got to the point where people knew what I was going to say you know I think you need to represent. The history of what was here before you make this into casquets Pau ban no reference to smoke cow that Manila Info about two years finally after a shift in project management, Barnes was invited to create a group that would commemorate smokey hollow at Cascades Park. So we met for about. Two and a half three years identified from smoke. Draw me in. Or Histories we had workgroups they gave we got a big map they will come and put a sticker. Okay. This fan. is they marked where everybody up where? This was located everything we needed. To document smokeout. The results of Barnes's efforts are now right across the street from John G Reilly House park goers past the smokey hollow commemoration, which includes historical plaques and cleverly designed three. The outlines of the with smoky hollow shotgun houses we really wanted to reassert knows. That was the save to secure defacto neck. And so decided that, what should we call these and round? So be said spirit houses because those smoke holly is not here the spirit of slow gallery of. So when she stepped forward to work on the museum in Nineteen, ninety-six Barnes was unfamiliar with the Museum World She had worked in state government up to that point. She had never written a grant, but she became familiar with the museum world in. Florida. She helped found the floor of the African American heritage. Network, which features landmarks and museums all across the state. She wrote grants she helped others write grants in order to fund projects overlooked by the mostly white historical establishment. That, she needed to sit on committees that decided which grants should be awarded, and then she sat on those committees but to this day there steel. Since, you go to somebody organizations that supposed to be representing the state. Associations go to some of that means. And it's really unfortunate because there's rich history here now I would say during the past safe five to seven years I've noticed more moist younger people come the come to know what you know. But it's it's a rich people have missed all these years. The resources. But they didn't have the people with the right mindset and this is all part of this social justice that people talk about and then the has itself bill eighteen ninety. How many years ago was that? In a person's life, they aren't supposed to steal saying. This House is. Because some people cared about. This has been museum archipelago. A. This episode of Museum Archipelago is proudly sponsored by me. You might know me as a podcast host, but I also make interactive museum exhibits and now I'm available to help your institution with any museum technology project and as I hope Museum archipelago has convinced you, I. Do Know My way around museum please visit emails New Dot Com if you're interested in learning more or email higher at new dot com to see if I'm a good fit once again, thanks to me for Sponsoring Museum archipelago. You can find a full transcript of this episode and links to other episodes at Museum Archipelago Dot Com. Museum archipelago is supported by listeners like you who have joined club archipelago on Patriot if you can't get enough about how museums shape our lives join now for two dollars a month if this is your first episode, subscribe to the show for free using your favorite podcast player, and if it isn't leave us a rating review. And next time. Bring a friend.

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Mai Bhul jaun Tumhe . Ft . Neha . IINK Podcasts . Episode 123

IINK Podcasts

01:32 min | Last month

Mai Bhul jaun Tumhe . Ft . Neha . IINK Podcasts . Episode 123

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Season 2 Ep 59: The Hip Hop Round Of 32

Everyman Podcast Show

1:41:42 hr | 1 year ago

Season 2 Ep 59: The Hip Hop Round Of 32

"This episode is brought to you by rand talion rant talion a word used to describe when someone scrotum is longer than their penis rant tallying use it in a sentence. Disagree so shit Goodell. Bush wouldn't talk about one of those old curse words guys. Got shoulda heard episode forty nine. Rand talion using the sentence. It is a real curse word. That's what it is. It's when you want to describe to someone wrote them longer than their pinks. Every different. I'm still I'm still not gonna get useless watching. This guy's face. We're listening to the track from camp ground stone. John Jean here, man. Check is. So Bob man can turn the second. Man. I feel like that's a good vibe right now, man. Thank you. Don't listen to them. Eastbound really going to be technical difficulty. Oh, like, whatever. All right, ladies and gentlemen. Welcome to the show. It is another fabulous episode of the every man show. And I'm your host, John. Every man sitting with me is the crew of Mr. good night. It's like it's only the team captains on the show today. Fuck you tell him. I ain't no cap name. You're the you're the real Kathy, right? Doing. And he said you wanna play let's go like no one's on the team. Oh, whatever I'm just against second weekend ruin I still can't believe I'm saying this are. Fearless sound engineer is now Walter. And then we go into. Sound right? Hey, we from the middle's to pasta. Oh, man batmans back into building aka ten bands kind of MRI there man weaned seen in a big good to see you here. And. Okay. My bad. How far back? Do you want me to go? Should I go this go to the bathroom? Oh, man. You know what? Usually we got the other crew Mateos out this week. He's actually doing a triathlon. Which is really weird. No emotion who just joined in was so adamant talking about the commitment. He's already out. There's no teams standing like. Oh. Like a buffet his drinking the Bill, right? And like right now, I'm like I wasn't football game. I mean, the crowd is bought a ticket round drinking this getting the ads beaten you wanna play fucking. So you're so you're like that typical mammy crowd that goes so up late leave early now. But you leave early once and getting the shit beat out of him so gone code look at me you wanna play. No, no, shoot milk leaks. Yes. So normal should. But he's out for good reason, though, he's doing the benefit show for cow grooms. They're still kind of doing that. And he's. Man, you got turmoil sound I'm used to sit in from this distance. Like what's going on like now you? Now, you Jesus, but you know, again talking about that he's doing the benefit show for cog rooms. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. We should have. But you know, we have duties here. I guess the best rappers. Right right on. Exactly John g and just like that people. We do have a co host guests with us though. I didn't leave us shorthanded. We got someone in here. Helping us get through this round of thirty two this week with the tournament. Hip hop outside that I can get you last second, man. I know you're busy fellow. I got John g of camp, I guess that ground income and Noord we'll chat again camp ground, damn, reg aren't campground. Oh, they're not campground but streamed at you something I'm the sole Representative at the moment. You should coach better before we got onto show. We forgot to tell you man campgrounds in the house. But yes, man, we got a special co host guest John g d did us a huge favor. But he's a avid fan of hip. Hop was down come through this, man. I appreciate you, bro. How you doing man? Thank you for having me stays down to the hip hop. I know I know I mean because that she thinks that she thinks how you been though, man like what have you been doing house campground going man house? Mark Iggy house all the members of the collective working hard as f- all of us. Right. I can't curse Kanakas curse. All you want. You can even invent curse words we made a one on. Tally in Renton like real. It's a rou curse. Will we did on episode forty nine? I was just I was listening to the episode recently. And I was trying to remember the and I heard that word ran talion. We have other curse words there. Have you fill? It ran talion isn't your word because the thing is we're losing our curse words. So we wanted to help people out. There are listeners come up with new curse words. So we did a we found a bunch of old ones that people forgot to use overtime. They can get it eliminated because of maybe social stigma. I don't know. I mean, I don't know why you would stop us Iran talion. I mean that should have been a curse word that carried on for a long. I think no one ever started. Honestly, why I hear myself? I'm officially gone. There we go. Wow, I'm alive. All right. As you can see we're still learning. How to do the sound all over again? We kicking you off you don't. Michael here. They're finding new ways to get rid of this lab. The crown right? You're watching the game. He did the crowd kicking you. Well, no won't be. We won't be from the stand. It's missed a good night's two thousand nineteen version of next topic. He this is cut you off by them. Something. But but man, what are you been working on leaving man what you've been up to? I got forty seven donuts coming out incrementally say what forty-seven donuts, bro is inspired by J Diller capital. Steve's forty seven donuts. Let's talk. We talk. We're talking like this is food donuts. Or are you being a hip hop? Metaphorical personalities are Ajay Dilip castaway shirt. Right RIP the last album that dropped before he died was donuts. Okay. And I'm doing all right recipes wrote that that shit his bomb. Data is one of the greatest producers all time period. Oh, see I didn't pick up on this forty seven donuts. Forty-seven? I learned from capitol. Steve's which is the other dude. I mentioned he's my favorite rapper shirt. He passed away in two thousand twelve eighteen years old. So at what eighteen eighteen damage Sergio man, just people just dropping like flies so young. So he's a shame. So you feel like a little like Omar's to them and you're doing like forty seven donuts is the name of your next project. Yeah. Okay. Incrementally. This on the plate at the beginning is called a manifest manifesto cow was going to ask I didn't catch the name of that called 'em for an I F E S seven hosts it. I I I liked that track minute track. I like a like a like up temple type of vibe, you know, what I mean? I'm not going to see that as some you. You're going into club jumping. But it's something that you still wanna fuck with you still wanna hear it on the radio. You know, you you get that with hip hop some people put on that that that track. This sounds a lot better than the club than you would in your car because let's face it. We go bump little John in a club for sure so me, I'll get down a little John, especially if there's a girl dance floor, but it's not like you're gonna go on your car and your house and bump little John. You might go put on some knives or something more different. I ain't gonna listen to the German. But you would I mean, what would you see yourself? Listen to a little John track. More typically. I just told you nowhere. But if you in a club in a girl, and you hear little John you are you not wanting to get out there in the dance floor. If I'm in a club. They play little done. I'm walking up. All right. Puts you out the Beata right now. They play the right name artist or song. Don't name me an artist or song that will put you out there. With what man? The song what club song? In other words. Give me a club song or club artists. Listen. We'll clubs fifty cent in the club is shared a shack, west Shek, west mobile. Oh, I've heard that song. But that's considered club. Bangers now, bro. It doesn't matter. Put that shit on in the car wake up to that sheet. Go to sleep too. That shave fuck to that shit. Good example, tiger tiger's definitely club banger. Tiga? You're not gonna go. Oh, man. He recently had some hit. Right. It was on in the club and shit. Yeah. Who we're talking about right now. Dropped something. I don't I don't. Mix. Migos club right in my. Okay. There we go. So Migo is more like a club. Right. I wanna know. Nobody. What's that song dance with my time? Do you ever dance with your dogs in the nighttime? Always wondering that when I've heard that the first time with your dogs. With your dogs in the nighttime. Yeah. That's what that's what. One of the migos says, I don't know which one it might have been quavo. Is it quavo, offset and onset? No. Those guys have Cleveland. But it don't matter. Whatever it doesn't Knicks Tupi. I'll read you know, what I want to talk about something. I read about this two weeks ago overheard, actually. Do you know? What the highest record is for WalMart in terms of sale who spent the most money ever WalMart. Yeah. Shaquille. O'neal diesel Shaquille O'Neal spent sixty seven thousand dollars WalMart who know holy money for showing that receipt broke the owns a franchise. Now, you apparently he must have bought stock in it. But he just went into one day because he I think this is from the Miami Heat traits. A Phoenix he had an apartment he had Phil. What my my question was. And he says he bought six TV's, which is what really killed them on this Bill. But if you had sixty seven thousand someone gave you a gift card, a sixty seven thousand dollars in WalMart. What do you see yourself buying, but we had to buy from WalMart? Yeah. It's a gift card for WalMart. No. I mean, you've got groceries for like could dream nen. Trim then best in one time sixty seven thousand you has to be one trip. One Trent bullshit who said one trip. He did it in one city. He didn't throughout the week. Wants city. I would have done that for the next ten years got groceries planned out. I'm buying food for shape. So you can have a credit with WalMart running wages going in. You got thousands of saying that I listen. Remember, I still got thirty seven thousand left on that tab by some of this ham. Walk out with this ten pound bag of rice, my receive better say, my balance and come back. I mean, I just I was mind blown by it. I was like, oh like cool. What possesses you to spend sixty seven like, what type apartment or condo? Or how are you feeling for sixty seven thousand like how many towels did you really need like with like how big is your ass shack like how much toilet paper was there in invested in? You know, could you see yourself spending sixty seven in WalMart. Michigan. Why you asked me that question? I don't give a shit. About you. John D D C D C self spending sixty seven thousand in as I told you the only way is if it's free groceries. Let's say you only go there for the groceries. Yeah. I don't know. I mean, a TV at WalMart. Mike bought six of them parenting would fucking sixteen. I don't have room for sixty six of the walls that I'm spent sixty seven thousand WalMart, a promise you you have a place that fits sixteen vs. Oh, gosh. If you have to buy stuff for other people at sixty seven thousand dollars, you got. Yeah. You'd go help like a little area. Like, a block of kids that needed it, you know, privilege like the underprivileged because that's the only way you coming at you wanna TV. Yeah. I got the thing. I was like shack did that. Right. If shack buys at WalMart is that the case with all these artists men, whether they got money or not they still buy in wal marts in these targets and like these Family Dollar stores to. We'll rich people are doing that many shortfalls on nonsense, man. Nah. Nah. They don't. They don't. They don't go to Publix main like the rich people they end up going to my limbs or hopefuls, right? Like trader Joe's would that. Trader Joe's trader Joe's like stuff like that. Warmer, isn't it? I mean, you have to buy bulk like I have like a fucking month supply of chicken fat. Poor pe- like like poor people that are like really smart with their money and they're going to be Jays. And by like like like ten pounds chicken, which I find completely unnecessary who's going to digest in your house. And so. Hello. You're right is true. Eight John D said they call them. The one percent ninety nine percent of us are broke. The reason the name. We help people already, but does people and then there's there's the rich. But. But, you know, are you talking back like if you go like unless a year, the celebrity's house like one of these crazy rich as people and you go in their bathroom, and you see they got a mainstays tile. Because look all right. I'll give you. I'll give you. I'll get I'll give you a good example. How do you know the name of the brands? Almost a WalMart. Let me say. Listen, listen. Listen, my towels, my bedsheets m the shirts and software say mainstay like it's all one brand. Now, man. But like look you hear like like I hear that. Because is the only thing that comes to mind right now is what's that little pump little said that line? I spent ten K on my Gucci bedsheets. I'm not familiar. Yeah. Really? Thank you, Tom. No, no. No, no. But but but he says it's slam. I spent ten Kate on my inching bench misses a little Wayne right now. When know anything about that either. That's all right. Well. Yet. When is the furthest? Yeah. This guy's gonna win. And what's that? Trash so why even? But I'm just saying. Yeah. Song with greats, and there's just doesn't make any sense. But I'm getting the point of you know, like I'm just getting to the point of the near because it had a remembered another rapper right now, I'd be mentioning it. But the point is that he says I spent ten K on my Gucci bedsheet. So I'm thinking, okay. As rappers of celebs, you're spending on these sheets these Gucci sheets. But then you go to their house, and you see mainstay throws you off. Pull them aside. Thing. Okay. It throws you offers like what's going on here. I thought you had money. I didn't know you go to WalMart online shittiest fabricated do for real yo for real, man. At like, I think they did one of these setup on time PayLess which ironically is going out of business or some shit. They were selling their shoes and making them seem like they were like high designer, and he's like these progress went in there and said, oh, these are like five thousand dollars shoes, I'd pay ten for them and people let them know they were from painless. Oh god. Yeah. Made him feel stupid genius though. We will you know, what you buy going to still this matter what we. We then. Buffet year. So they selling people fake shit right right now, dropping some crazy value. I don't show. Hey, how to China you'll people just putting Creole? Mike tutton? Yeah. No. The mice remain in China for sure. In the space. It what does it cost like a dollar to make these Mike? We don't know. That's it's for you. Think of the money it costs, you Paul to know what it costs to make the stuff that we warrior that. We hold. It's like dialers ios like, and that's why I played great police yet design, man. But, but you know, what you're gonna say are pretty soon to pay less because they're going out of business now. Yeah. He's never bought. Don't worry. We'll be. Broke. Oh, yeah. That's designing w. Let's let's move it along though about town. I heard about I'm gonna keep it in the world of sports a little bit here. I heard about Cam Newton doing some really weird. We start talking about sports. Today. I know. Yeah. We'll we'll have a sports enthusiasts. But listen, so I heard that Cam Newton is giving up sex for a month. Great for him, bro. Really, conserve your sperm. Not he was giving out like he's no gift giving outside giving up. Sign me up. It's up not not out. Most most athletes usually give it out. But in this case, he's going up with his permission. I heard it actually. So here's the question, though, gave it up for a month the month before that he gave up meat. He's been giving up random things from month. How you noticed because he made it known to the public. A press conference. I hit it. Yeah. Man. The stop pilot headlines, but something attention, you know, what I was over here on a radio show. They were talking about this, and it just caught my attention. How I figured this man's giving. What for month? I'm like, that's crazy. Like, why would you give up sex just for the hell of e or even meet like you will give up sex if you have sex every single day one might say fucking. I wanna fuck. No more. Would you him Newton? We tell them about would any of you give up anything like that for a month. Yeah. Yes. Thank you for a my aspect, you begin disease. This every time you go to the clinic. Hey. Been the Clinton. Up next month. One two three months have any of you given up something like that before for like a month. I've been choosing the wrong bitches. I think I've given up. I don't think I've given up anything for like a month. I'm like why? Why would I torture myself for like a month? Is there a point improving day? This dog enough still back them up ISIS the next day. Dan. Maybe like a drug test. You gotta give it up for a month. You know, I get it. But like, really? Test. They know they got to take the door testimony. He's smoking year. I'm gonna get somebody else s appoint a given up any anyways. What's better? She just humbly think. It's healthy 'em humbling. Why why would you say is heavily break? Your habits. Today, we go for sure Israel, if it's if it's a situation that's affecting you in then don't give it up for a month. Give it up completely. Right. Well, there's a lot of situations that you're in you think that are not affecting you too. Because don't give it up for a month. The what's the point of giving, you know for month? Then are you regulate yourself to regulate your sorry Lee? Yeah. Regulate yourself in the point that you don't have to do it for a month. But like, you ain't got to do it all the time. Just do it. When you were really why it check it out. Don't do it just to do it. Then think we'll have listened to a women's what is it? Uterus cleans itself once a month. Right. It doesn't clean itself all month. Just once a month. Oh, you mean, my dear? Hey, if if you can learn anything from the human body, they give it up for a week not per month. And Ryan I've heard that when we got. That's even that's that proves my point further because if they're only giving it up for they're not giving anything up, but it was just an analogy for one week. They bleed to clean their uterus. Right. I'll probably dead ass wrong about all this shit. But it's like they're men talking about the uterus. Uterus. Without it's coming on. We'll be loud wrong with it. It's not one week that we don't do sex. We all know that we very would. I mean, if if not here. Because I was broken. I couldn't go out of my Tinder, these you know, like, I got a girlfriend now. So like it's different like, I don't go without. So like, but you know, what I'm saying? But for me to give up something for months, you gave a ten. I can hear that had two months ago. Over a year. He Obama then. Hey, listen. I I went cold Turkey after a year man out of myself that ain't bad. It is not going to bring these things up. I've never even downloaded Tinder. No, which one did you do never did a Dana. I want. I did that thing where I go out. And I say, well, he did the old fashioned way, wink, out of young adult can do that. And you're still happy. Now. My my dad my dad this mother's day. It's a cool, dude. Like, he he works at a bar. He's left in real life. Like seriously. All right. Let's see. Dan looks like he can attract the ladies man, his his dad's a cool looking dude man like he could get the ladies over there. He's got like the charm. But when you're someone like me or like, you got a face like Walters. You can't go flirting with a face like that. He's why not that. It's just see my angle now. Now, I have a Matt handle. Yeah. You see what it is, bro? We got a smile. One time he is smiling right now and showing all his teeth he smiling with his heart. Listen. But like you can't go flirting with no miserable. Look on your face. I got a lot of these girls. So I'm gonna go find my best picture and try to cap Fisher halfway in when she realizes that. I saw a catfish rushing and get MAC. I sorta catfish I proved that him ball. So you take a picture of his nail. Yes. Catfish you just so on the ball. He's balding at the joke. It is true. I used to hate that. I would go and tender and girls will do like this like like the neck up shots. So I'm gonna say why are you doing neck up shots? Like, you know, your fat from the bottom line, stop, lying or my favorite when they take the phone in. And they take no subsidies by those angles selfish. You know, when they do like them above headshot where you know, everything looked flat EPA girka confused from your next shot. She I know he caught on the mall. He lost. More flat cat. No, no. I never catch. What I want to say, man. I wish I did. Okay. Yeah. Little. Our friends. Yes. Yeah. But you know, what man like I've never kept this anybody. I wish I did. I wish when I was dating dating apps. I did catfish somebody I never did that Janney catfish MU never wear on like omega shit like oh man rooms now. That was like the origination of cash because you would just fake a whole entire story. Just the fuck with people willing. Chat roulette. Yeah. Yeah. No. But it's like you meet with random people in a chat room or in a video like, okay? Now, I I got I got into the stage of that one already like there was like eighty different light dating apps, and I just pick whatever was free, and I could get on and would still allow me on if I got kicked off. You sounds about right here. Well, yeah. Not found that topic. Interesting fell. Let's let's move that right along than man, I figured you guys would be against Cam Newton. But apparently, I see that people in here are pro giving up she up ceiling, you go for it, man. Not even one tenth through that. I I'm getting them robot point in a minute. What's I'm still alive? I had them are here. Mass. You guys your experts have any of you heard of fucking Austria. Yes, I fucked Australia in a couple of occasions. You have yet the stripper. I oh. Oh. Have you heard of fucking Austria? I'm asking you a question. Yes. You've heard of fucking Austria. I want to say, yes. But the way you're saying, it makes me think that I'm real payment. Your genius in here. Fucking austria. Let me just check what Walter have you heard of fucking Austria? It's a town some. It is an actual town where I kid you not it's an actual town in Ostrava. Fuck Donald fucking like eight is spelled F U C K Jeevan Brian been nowhere past Florida. I'm descended efforts. If you've been I don't wanna go. I only go. Tyson for let me anywhere within the. Yes, people there's a city in Austria called fucking Austria. I'm going to pull this up for you guys because I was supposed to pull it up earlier. And my skills of set and stuff up really sucks. So fucking is an Austrian village in the municipality of tars Dorf located in the inner virtual region of western Upper Austria, the villages thirty three kilometers north of sows Berg and four kilometers east of in river, which forms the German border. So apparent is ship fucking borders, the German part fucking, and it says fucking wait a minute. What they do. I hope they do because of not. There says kickin chicken chicken chicken with the fuck is at Wikipedia get closer, you're on one of those. Oh, yeah. You're on one of those sites. Oh, yes. Literally over the border is Wikipedia. Yeah. I don't know. I just with this came up. He's like weirdest focused that is a real place. It's a village in Austria. How did you come across his information? Let's not ask me 'cause I don't remember anymore. Oh, no, no. I here's what happened. He went. I gotta start putting my sources down better side stuff. 'cause remember by the time. I do the show. I don't remember where check me out. He goes. Hey siri. I wanna see somebody fucking an ostrich. I pulled up fucking Austria Nazi does Ron. Ostriches man. I said I wanted someone fucking in Austrian. I don't believe that shit. I don't even know what an Austrian chick looks like are they had? I've no idea. Hey, you seeing foreign she born. That's how I see. I thought there was going to be a follow follow up question to if I knew where Austria was or anything. I literally don't know. I don't know where I am. So. But I just thought that was the, oh, you know, this place. Nah. I just found it interesting. You've heard this place called when I first heard it. I said, oh, it's got to be like. Way. I did learn something is on the border of Germany right orders in your journal. Quarters near Germany so over this, right? It's near Germany, man. We're so ignorant. This does nothing, but filled that education nothing. But last week I got people bunch of free houses this week. I'm teaching you buy fucking Austria you asshole, you invite me last week giving away free houses on. Yeah. House only you could still go. Listen anyone that wants a free house? Go. Listen to episode fifty eight of the every man show Frey. Hello. Yeah. You could get a free house. Yeah. You going jet. Not for free free may not get you a house. Anybody else know anybody technically, he could get you money to get you a house you want to get a house you. Get you those loans, but it's a little deeper than that. You'd have to listen to episode fifty eight to really get into that right now, John you're inside episode fifty nine you'd have to go back in time and go get other dimension. Yeah. It really is completely. But, hey, if you guys want to make plans to do a show you and campground a fucking us. You're sure for sure we're going. Houses, man. I know what I'm doing my sixty seven thousand dollars in WalMart, but if I can live so you'd fill up fucking Austria. Eight. So I guess he go back, and listen, you know, what I guess you walk around and like say fucking, and you wouldn't be Cussing anymore. Right. So how does that work? Do. They speaking. Why do they bleep it? What if I went on a TV show or like, some like kids showing us at home from fucking Austria? You know, you can't say that soon kiss you. They can't kick me off though. Or like if you're like in the school and your life. I'm looking at you know, man, Newburgh picking care character. You could have been a man just thought about it. What if what if? What if what if what if this little third create, right and you're from Austria, right? And you just move came to the US from fucking Austria. And now all of a sudden, you got a little five year old kid inside the fucking school, whatever the third grader is inside the school. And they ask him. Oh, let's introduce little Hans here. Hey, where are you from fucking Austria? That kid is bad. My whole don't say shit about the man. You'd think he'd get all the pussy viewer from fucking oxygen. Juicy push. Third-grader juicy Posey creek that I something. Missed that you're on. Seconds nowhere here. This last time doing this is. We go. You know what? Enough enough of this. Everybody enough of this booking around you before. I didn't use the word you saw that. All of us were laughing at it. That's all right. We're all here, including Walter. I don't care if he is looking miserable. You're not implicated. You're the sound guy. Could you hit your name? Not. Walter Walter, Walter Joe the couple they called him. Joe earlier what the hell was that about trying to figure that one? Oh. Fucking Walter's the sound guy. Oh, man. All right. So what? Let's get to the reason of the season of this episode here the season. That's right. Okay. That sounded cool. Right. It wasn't my one of my rapper words. I'm trying to get on your album for that. Excellent. All right. Thanks. Appreciate it. I got a contract in the works already. Right. Okay. Good. Yeah. You wanna make sure you're kidding? They say. Right. So last week. We commenced be hip hop tournament for the everyman show, and we try and sit here and determine who's the best rapper through sixty four rappers that we've chosen and last week that hot and heavy and your got crazy. There was just a lot of debating a lot of back and forth and just tough decisions being made left and right and just like last week. We're going to continue like I promise onto the next round. We are now at the stage of the round of thirty two. We have thirty two rappers remaining from each four categories coming out the eighties the nineties, the two thousand twenty tents, and we have luckily a different group. We don't have the same group from last week except for me and Mr. good night. It's a totally different group, which is pretty cool. It helps kinda give the dynamic of helping us determine this rappers so going through these. Thirty two I saw there was a discrepancy though. And I'm gonna use the help of who we have this week to fix it last week when three sixty four rappers and we had the bright idea of trying to do like an eighties in the two thousands and a twenty tens version of each rapper for a few of them. And as one along we noticed that that wasn't working. Well, so we're going to do before we continue with this around thirty two John, gee, I'm gonna need your help. And we actually have a crowd yet again sitting here that's going to partake in his body. If you guys want to introduce yourselves really quick we got we'll start with you here with the hat. So natural AAC. Can it? Can you hear that can as my song guy working? Yeah. All right. Good. I thought I can hear him and you over there, buddy. Poet netted. All right, turn them up a little bit for me. They sound so low man Lord that was like a whisper. And I know they were talking. So we got these guys helping us out here determine got the rest of my crew hoping to vote to. But like I said we're gonna go backwards for a second. Let's go backwards. And here's what I'm going to go backwards. I have an issue sitting in between the nineties and the two thousands round in the nineties and two thousands round. I have a duplicate. I had Jay z coming out of both of those divisions because nowhere else do I no longer have a repeat. But I have these two I wanna fix them. But you know, what before I fix them mister good night. And I can ask you guys. You guys hurt someone last week's episode, and you guys are kind of up to par little bit. Is there anyone you feel like seeing what's left in the round of thirty two. Is there any regrets outside of this? Jay Z duplicate issue. Is there any artist you guys feel like Pam I'm regretting like why? How did they not make it to the next round? Is there any names that kind of mine right now? Bro tally. Most def Talib. Most of like, I said most of did come on. It's just we had them go up against Jay Z. I believe in that was in the in the nineties round in regardless, you know, Jay Z versus the nineties round. It was hard to even Steven see the competition there in between both of them. And we I did make that mention actually replaced them at the time. Little Kim was actually the eight nine seat in the nineties division. And we went, and we put most deaf in that part and still like Jay z just kinda came up overall winner on that. But michigan. I is anyone. I know you said last week we're talking about twist the right? You thought twist twist. It should have been on that bracket. Oh, yeah. Man, man. I I don't know about that. But I know for show is there anyone that's shocked you that that you thought that. This is some bullshit. I me all the time we pay for this. I don't know man if I may. The album or not around. So I I think we see was the one that Bernie last week didn't make it through the up to the round. I'm a fan of everybody. But at the same time me for me before anybody else. So I I should have been released that is there any name John g the amount of shock to you that you feel is an inspiration that thirty two right now any any of them anyway. And I know you heard some of the from last week. Right right now should have been deserving. Guru. Googlers goodwin. Guru our app. P by the way, I feel like he was excellent. I didn't even think of that. And yes, you're right gurus should've had nomination. I think going backwards now in the nineties. I think that's going to have to be back. When you talk about what about like, I was thinking about this. I'm thinking we should focus on Jay z in the ninety s and try to adjust where we have Jay z right now, he went up last week against little Kim. I remember that clearly it was in the eight nine in the nineties division. So we get fixed. But this is what we're going to do. We're gonna fix those two. 'cause I had a lot of complaints about that. And originally we're gonna throw most step. So this we're going to fix that one. We're going to focus on that one. All right. We're going to focus on Justice to fix this one. And we'll fix the list, and we'll move it forward back into this round of thirty two. So this is what we're going to do for this. We're going to start off a little Kim. We're going to take her off the board Oga, and we're going to start that one fresh. This is the eight seed. Okay. So for middle came this is what I'm considering for replacement. Okay. I'm gonna give two names out of these two names will decide who all right yet. We'll show it. We're just making one little omission into the bracket. You're still there. Don't don't focus on the bracket juicy. I remember we spoke about his we're going backwards. One step. We're going right back into last week's up to were were in the sixty four round. Okay. Okay. We're just making one fixed before we moved back into this round of thirty two. We're gonna fixing fucked up, man. Right. We fucked up. So we're gonna correct. Ourselves. And when he us you guys to help us fix time there. Okay. This is better than panels with that fucking snapping fingers shit. We're fixing timing. Yes. So we're gonna take little the eight and nine seen originally was little Kim versus Jay z ninety Jay z. But both of them are gonna get switched up right now for little Kim. We're going to give two options right now for jaycee. We'll have a couple extra options. The no feel like damn. We didn't get this only my we'll we'll we'll talk another two names beneath that we're gonna throw in who are you saying they're guru guru. Okay. So grew is going to be one. Okay and gurus going to go up against. Beanie sequel. So I'm gonna go in this room right now. And in a have everyone vote Walter Batman on Egypt votes on this kind of listened to me in the back. You don't have to talk much. But just let me know then people say listen to techno, but we need. Maybe we can stay with the five if they don't want it. So I wanna start off with you, Mike. What are you doing guru or beanie Siegel to be honest Mallon even know who being? All right. So we got one guru. I'm going to go with Google. I love Gu's. We've got to guru right now where you going over there. Devon. Guru guru. So. It's a five moon panel. So yes, so we're going to stop so guru is going to be in the eight Seton. I get the final answer though, you would've, but we needed but three if three see there's five of us right now. So three if three gets it threes the night, you know, if we reach three for one there's no point in. Beanie siegel. I love beanie. Alright. So booed who's going to take? Now the eight seat, right? So let's go back to this nine. We're taking out that ninety Jay Z that ninety Stacey has gone is like that. I'm saying. That's what I'm saying. With you always. I can't normal, and you're not gonna do it was gonna be like pitched voice. So it's I know about being Siegel end guru. No, I'm saying, but they didn't know who know right, right? So it's going to be people that you like, I don't know who that is always be like that when it comes to any type of art. So it's cool. Okay. So now sits at number now, we're taking out this nineties, Jay z, and we're going to put in we're going to debate it again, let's go so for the nineties. Let's see who. We're nominating. I'm gonna nominate. Lauryn Hill swag. Okay. Oh, you you change a grip. Okay. Right. Versus. Freeway. As you. You know freeway. That's easy for me. Do you guys feel another rapper in the nineties that might be more significant, right? Oh, you know, what I'm gonna fix it? Forgive freeway, Lauren hill versus most deaf. Oh shit. Now. I complicate life in here. Yes. So. Believe it or not I love both these people I think they're phenomenal. I think lyrically they just make you smarter. When you listen to them yet. But my heart lies with Lauryn Hill. I'm Lauren hill all the way, she's a dope rapper as she is a singer. I think she was just cut short with her rap career along their singing career. But that rap crew was really distorted I think the food held her a little bit back there. And I think she didn't need the Fujii's, you know, but ruin Hilda me a dope ass rappers. So my night is with Lauren hill where you going Mike double overtime Lauryn Hill Lauryn Hill to two zero Norne hills in the lead. What are we doing Devon definitely L'Oreal three zero? Okay. So it's Lauren hill. So here's what we're doing. Here's the eight nine seat. Now, we're going to fix the ninety bracket here with eight nine seed. It's now guru versus Lauren hill. Man. That's yeah. That's where things get tough in your see. This is what I went through last week. So. I'm going with fuck, man. R P Grumman a loved this guy. And it's just him and premier amazing gangstar the DND project, Ben scowls, responsible for even some Ajay's. He's high. This deep. Yari nobody. I mean a drink. You need your second set up. That's where the debate comes in. Because what are you? Oh. Oh. You know, what I'm saying, Lauren hill got bars too. But in the sense of that time period, I feel that Lauryn Hill pushed hip-hop further or not just men but women to wait. So now the influence and impact that Lauryn Hill had. It almost outreaches Google think. Yes. I don't think. So how many people were no Guna compared to Lauren hill? I noble or in a different era in all right? All right. Yeah. Yeah. So I got I got my decision made. Lauren hill. I'm going Lauren hill. Guru see I'm just afraid to are going to say, Lauren hill. And then Mike has what are you doing? I know you already said Mike times times times up here. What do you got for Lauryn Hill? Guru. It's it's a gun to your head moment. You know, what just like, I'm a fifth one. You have to you got to vote we need. Listen. He's he's last John John tease the last one here you got to do it. I'll let you know what you're going to get all the way up to deal. And then once we get him. We'll we'll get you Devon what what do you say all day two zero Lauryn hills in the lead over guru. Wrap. So when is a girl rushing to do I'm going to grow. Lauryn hill. Just be guru right now. Lauryn hill. Just be guru bombing sign. That is. I just feel like Lauren hill just better known at this table. Okay. So so wait, but I love them both like today for all right? So more in hill now enters in the nineties bracket. So when you guys look at the version that just had a second ago if you guys were looking at it before it was the nineties, Jay z. It is now Lauryn Hill Lauryn Hill now sits inside that nineties Jay Z bracket. So when you see that nineties, Jay Z, ignore it. We're now looking at Lauren hill, they she did a little bit of girls who man because I feel nominal. This is the first female out of all the other ones that what are the female rappers? Would you guys have thought would have helped wait some of these? Well, there's new female represented great. In the past Corey be was listed on. Yeah. No names. Awesome. Yeah. You guys think Cardi B deserved it last week. She was in the round of the sixty four. She was this even. She doesn't. Now, we already cares because they're not that great anyway. So she didn't make it. She went up against Drake anyways. So. Actually, like this man, they know. We've got a different mind at the swing. But he knew we ate. I was very particular who were allowing in here this week. Let me say something. Sure. I think that big versus guru is a much better matchup than digging Lauren hill, I got Lauren hill by long straight. But but people people voted the votes the votes counted here, my friend, it doesn't matter what the logic take. It's all about the votes. It's all about the votes. That's what people chose. They said three five. In here, man. Opinion. But you sound like last week you sound like people last week. But this is voted we're not controlling this. This is all via bullets. We don't we listen I saw trick. Daddy, go down Jada kiss last week. You don't know how heartfelt you understand like it was rough like to see the statue you're gonna when I tell you. There's things that are about to happen. Listen, man. Your mind is about exploding here in about the next twenty minutes. So let's move on. Let's start. Now. It is official. We are now starting to round of thirty. Round of thirty two you guys excited for the second rally. JC my bad. My bad that backwards. Yeah. Throws everybody to. Okay. Okay. All right. So let's begin. We are now in the eighties division. We're starting again chronologically we're going eighties division nineties. The vision to thousands of vision twenty tends to vision we are now starting with the eighties division. It is the one versus the fifteen. It is L L cool j versus too short. And I must say this. I love too short. I think too short is one of the coolest dudes in the world. I think that if I met him if I had a choice of meeting individuals, I would love to meet too short before I would out but musically when it comes to mind to taint L L cooties got me. And listen when you guys decided who you're deciding for everyone has their way of determining this last week. It was based on power levels for certain people in this room. The me it's base. I look at this as as if whose music what I want to listen to more if I were stranded on the island type of decis. You know? That's how I look. I look at it. But each of us have our logic in those than. Hello, everyone has it. But I'm just giving you my perspective. But for me, my my money's on. Oh, cool j but Mike where are you at O J versus too short? So the way I see it, man. Those are two almost different genres because it's like real hip hop. And then it goes to like pop, hip, hop and Kuching. Gucci. They both do. Now. But to short short as more hip hop. But he's not I I see we have. We have gone with it. He does have more of a come on L l l l what did you want him to be like street thug and state broke like had to make? Run out here. What we have even I'm not even going against O J because as far as my personal experience. Okuda hasn't have more impact influence. Yeah. And just in general. So you know, what I'm saying like me personally when it comes to hip hop. Short, but influential as far as influence, I think Ello cooed eight wins that round they put you're okay. I'm putting your votes. Oh, devon. I'm actually go all my childhood. All I heard was LL cool J was raised. Right. So. Here too much. So too short goes down. I summer. Yes, sir. LL cool, man. And so he grew up, right? I grew up dead as Ron. In a million. I know goddamn Ilahudu too short never. Hey, L D agrees. John lewis. I wanna see where everyone's mindset is. Now, this is going to be really interesting to if if we went east coast west coast, we're staying right on the east again. But we're going to see how you guys test. Now, we're going with the number three versus the number twelve and that is rock came versus Chuck eight a public enemy rock him versus Chuck d of public enemy. I can tell you this again, I think these are too similar guys too. Strong bold individuals str- took to to to strong mindsets of hip hop. But I can never for the life of me ever get into Chuck D's music. I listened to it. It was too conscious. It was it was just something that was like almost over my head a little bit. Maybe 'cause I don't know maybe because I can't identify what he was trying to express man, but rock him to me identify what better especially growing up. They had. No, no, Chuck d versus rock him. Money's on rocket. I'm voting rock him in here with Chuck d I love Chuck D's thought I never take away with that man is done with hip hop and as an artist but rock him for me, man. I'm gonna rock him Mike coup who you going for. Man. It goes back to this last round rock, Kim was more rat de has more of an influence them. But but has more of an influence as far as that time period with the Black Panther and everything that was going on in the eighties. That is the Black Panther. It was more like that was later, but like a conscious like a like, a it was a spark. It wasn't movement. He had way more home. No hannah. Influence, maybe by Black Panther leaders. But maybe. I believe it. But which one right? That's what I was thinking more. So so. So where where are you going Chuck what what did you pick them? Mike kind of lost. It you go rock in men as far as influence is. You personally rock him. So we're two zero Rockhampton the lead right now. Where are you going? I feel like I'm watching LeBron every time you try to answer is how is tough choice. He's like here the one that expensive keeps going with y'all. But like we think on the same this fine. They'll get rock came. Okay. Say so. Rocket. And you guys were like, no, no, no, no, no, no, no this. This can't be easy kissy going past three here as this has gotta get down to the physical rocky in Windsor. Sorry. So the fifth vote. You know what? Just because it's interesting. I'm gonna cut from my left homeless. Switch it now. Yeah. Let me let me do it difference. We're not getting that far. I'm gonna go with the four versus the ten now. And here's wrong, make it complicated for your Johnny Karras one versus ice cube. Hair run. I'm gonna tell you how this goes you, see my shirt. So but think about what you're doing in life. I care is one versus ice cube. Let me let me start off. So I give you some time to think. I q. I'm going ice cube. I love ice cube, man. Like, that's my dude right day. Like, I listened to his songs in his albums more than I ever have cares. One cares. One is always had a tracker to that of always blown my mind. Like, you know, it's between leader years, but even his older work like, you know, BP and all that the fuck with it. But I never got into them. Like, I did what I skew men ice cube. Not just from the actus out of just music. I was already a huge fan of ice cube before Friday and all these films came out. So when I saw him like in boys in the hood and doing these projects I was like, oh, she was already a massive fan. So as many people you fill me from NWEA point. So for me, it's all about ice cubes. So my vote is is cube where you at John. All right. I got cares. Care. I'm wearing a nice gift shirt. But I got curious cares one where an ice cube. Should that is intense? Your last week. We had a guy wearing bidding still say biggie. I've never saw that is. That's week shutout at managing. But but wow. Okay. So cares one. We are one one right now, Carris one and. Yeah. Right. Like, I don't know where we're talking about anymore. Michigan. I would he got. Mood is cute. Cute. Busy. Wow. Do you have a reason for it? Or just because not because they both they grease man. I just had to choose one. Yeah. Right. Yeah. None of my I really nothing person in the course, man like, where's the money to say tomorrow pick somebody else? Sure. But today, it's okay. So one manufacturing tomorrow like alpha now a minute from now on. Right now. All right. Devon, what do we got here? Right now. The lead is to one is. Skew this matchup shitty man for. He's giving Little Brown face again. Cleveland today was a good day. Oh, you ran with you. Human one man while the Carris one did not that was the four versus the ten ten one there. All right. So we've got the last two sitting in here sitting to close out the eighties round. This is gonna be cool. I wanna see where everyone's Allegiant lies right now. We're going with the six seed versus the nine seed in that is slick Rick versus uncle, Luke. I can tell you right now. Think about this. My loyalty, my music, my heart has been Luke. So it is still looking this. I'm going for loop. John, gee, what do you have is going to be hard pass on loop? Oh, wow. Slick man, slick Rick slick Rick the rule up. No question. Mr. what are you doing? I was gonna go in Luke. But I thought about it because I got this shit. So. You know, what I gotta I gotta skip. My reply. Coochie badness. My moment too. So. From there. So yeah loop. But Nah, I gotta I gotta slick ring. Wow. This could ever see. Okay. So all right. So it's right now to once lick Ricksen the lead Devon, what do you got? We've got too many layers lyricists some I'm fuck it up and go ratchet and go at a movie. Two team. Mike, you're down to the time. Raker my friend more interesting going right to left that last point was good point. Makes me really think about my think about it. Man. Why you go to sleep at night. You know, you gotta hear the fate of hip, hop sits. Wow. So slick. Got you back. Wow. So Nukus Atta here. So here's what remains out of eighty seed out of the ADC. Yes. Sounds weird ADC, right? All right. So here's what remains moving on for the Sweet Sixteen round. That's going to be oh, cool j rock him slick, Rick and ice cube. Those are the four that remained sending out of the eighties. Hey, can I have that over there? Michigan on there. Because I don't know what the song guys deal with that. Yeah. Yeah. Can you? Yeah. Thanks that. Let's move onto the nineties division. Now. This is going to get what she gets hot. Here's your shit gets back. We count on. So starting off in the nineties round. And that is out of the one seat to. Chew park versus the number thirteen seed, Dr Drey. I could tell you right now. And I think too I grew up and I will die to fan. I'm john. Gee, what do you have puck? All right. We are two zero POC POC versus Dr dre Mr. tonight man too. That's what I'm talking about. Right. Can we get the opinion of the curiosity? What would you guys have chose right there to park versus or stuff? Oh boy. I I think we heard him right now. I think he's in pain. To pock all day. What are you talking about never made? Great. Well, let's see. Let's see. We'll find out the greatest Greek. Gets man. The only two options I heard on this ground was parking pot. All right. I it was very. To buckle. He's here's where I wanna see things go. Now, man, not this is fun. This is the two seed versus the nine-seater. Remember that nine seat was that ommission from that from that nineties, Jay Z? And so it's now begi versus Lauren hill and. These easiest dapper. I'm going from going begging. I love biggie. Like biggie is dope here. Like, I think if you gave me a situation where I had to listen to Lauren hill. Well, wait. Sleeve? No, I would want Lauren hill. I think Lauren who makes me feel better deep down inside my soul. I think she's just someone that I would want to listen to versus biggie. You know, begi Scott this dope. Pass flown is very cool. But I think you know, I think it's just because he had limited work. I think it biggie. Have wore work. I think he'd be more conic, you know, and that saying that Lauryn Hill is dropping like a hundred hours. Neither feels like they both finish around the same time. But Lord hill at the end of the day is just someone that I'm going Lord hill. I was going to go for a second there. But I'm doing Lauren hill. Cianci what he got? It's tough man in the moment. You call me mid thought, right? Let me see what Mr. gonna has Michigan. What he got? What do you got? Ma'am. Going to a hair Lauren hill right now two zero lead. This this Abe, and I wonder about if. I wonder about ten million New York. So two zero two zero Lauren hill is in the lead right now biggies at zero. What are we doing? John g. Is the way that we Rochman we're doing our thing. Wow. Lauren hill just beat big. You know, I bet you right now Mott sales probably like doing backflips somewhere. He's literally knock because he just ran a triathlon. Right. Yeah. Them right. Not going back. What would you guys pig, man? Lauren hill over biggie. Every time. And I'm going to be you go with big won't, what are you doing my out of curiosity, man? That's hard as fuck because how do you leave biggie out of the top ten, but. See does the it is does the system worth four eight missing if biggies not in the top even if I added their full trite now, and they went the other way, it's still afford three. I'm bland orange hill literally overtook baking phenomena. This isn't a top tennis is is this one. Yeah. This is this is one. That's what I'm saying. There's no top ten status is just us process of limiting. You know what I mean? Wow. Wow. The ninety beat the two seat, man. You know, people bet money on that people would have went broke. But whoever would have been on Lauren hill became a millionaire. Has that been a real would have been a millionaire betting on? Hillary had I had. But think about it like if someone wants you and said, hey place, your bets where you placing your bets on biggie. Right. Throwing your money regardless on big those two lanes. I picked Lauren, but I probably would have been on big. You know what I mean? Like, you know, and I love biggie was crazies that a lot biggie. Like, I love a lot of assaults. But I think it's just an it's not his fault is just his his body of work is so limited, you know. He just needed more. I think had he dropped maybe two more hours before his demise. That man probably would have been just the biggest legend to pack. You could've never had been able to debate demise word I've ever heard used to describe being shot. You know what I'm looking. I'm looking at the next one. And I'm giggling because I know we had this conversation before the show, but the three scene comes up now versus the seven seed, and we have read men verses snoop Dogg. No, usually. All right. Let's get right to. Rivi put. Got to here. John John John number one for now. We're gonna learn lottery you're right now. Redman going red, man. Fucking love red man, dude. Like, I'm sorry. Like, I love snoop. But like Redmond like, it's can read man. Like, I don't know if you get it phone, doctor Spock, superman Levin. I think I smiled up until this very moment. I know since the beginning of the show, I know man, but this is a civil war. What are you got? You know what I got? I know we gotta save for record. Just in case you go see red man later, and he'd be like y'all a huge fan. I need to hear you say it's Iraq plays back from fucking snoop. It's fucking snoop. Done. Good. Come on man, say reason here be the voice of reason. Man, like people from New York if you are listening to these right? If I come up with. All right. I'm going to people are nowhere. Afrique wishes. So I'd have to see them, man. All right. All right. As for that first album was beef stew for one all the way to. Doggy dog. Yeah. Yeah. You're right. I would put his second killer too. I'll his first one didn't compare. But all right. So we're to one snoop Dogg is in the lead over Raisman. Devon helped me man agree with me, man. Jersey in the house, brick city come on brick cities in house, man, right, man. Why must I feel like that? Why must I chase the cat nine? But the dog. Simple man, damn red, man. Damn right, man. All right. He thought he was. Okay. All right. All right. Raisman? But I'm sure yeah. Gotta give me on this next one here. This is the last one out of the round, and this is the five or six to six knots versus method man, I am fucking going with method man, I love Methuen met the man, I'm sorry. I love knives. But I'm never cajones evolves. Man this man or some shit met them in. Nauseating on leaving. Mapping is gonna happen. You better get ready. The Dante here. See it's happening. All right. So somebody just to hear clear you're on the side of knives on this conversation. There's no other side. All right. So you good night or nuts? All right. Be the voice of reason. Why are we going and I feel like Mr. good night had no choice. He didn't voted against New York. Three times. Oh, man, he has bringing high. Oh. Okay. So here's what remains out of the nineties out of the ninety. It's to park out of the one seed the five seed is nine seven seed is snoop Dogg nine seat is Lauren hill. So it is to park. Now's new dog and Lauryn Hill the in the nineties division. Let's move right. Onto the two thousands division in the two thousand vision, we're going to start with coming out of the one spot Jay Z versus the twelfth spot in Andre three thousand so it is Jay Z versus Andre three thousand and I'd like to say I like to spend time on this. But I don't have to a love Jay Z, man. I've been a Jay Z frame from the nineties into now. Even though some of his work is different. I'm just a fan. Jay z, man. I grew up with that, dude. And I grew up with Andre three thousand but chase. He always again, it's about who who who really are gravitated to more always hands down if. Added pick the CD. It's Jay z. So I go with Jay z, John. What do you got a lower? We're not switch it up again. And you won't you want me to give you the truth right now. Or are you want the truth later? I want the truth now on this show. It's like some Dr Phil Schick, let's come on. Spill it out spill your feelings, bro. Bro. One finish my triple, bro. Bro. Bro. One word. Truth. Three thousand words, Andre the win. All right. So we're one one right now Jay Z versus Andre three thousand Mr. good night. What are you doing? What are you thinking? What are you know, what I'd say some people shouldn't be on lists like daisies because people are I know? But it gets more interesting though, I like going against the grain and on top of that is like Andrei has some different type of music, man. Okay. I'm going on man because. Is going on in. What is going on here? What about? Other so enough. Dammit, man, I told you knew that he trying. Male. Don't get down like that. Hundred of no, man. No. I don't do that. All right heaven. All right tiebreaker. Tevin was your heavy right now. Andre three thousands in the lead to one. What are you doing man come on Deming snow? You don't have to you don't have to be fast right now. If you want to marinate on it like marinara sauce, let it go. Or like MO join us. Take me that green things could be more beligerant. Thanks, bro. Begs then was your data bartender. I'm just cut him off and just say, man. Mike re interception. Well, no three stacks three stat three stacks three stacks. Hold on. Man. What are you doing here? He won with Andrea. Yes. Hundred. Better. He wore, bro. Is christ. But how did as loses. What? He's never remember more JC his hundred. Wow, man, I cannot believe that Andre three thousand eight you don't you don't know Andre hits. Did you say that? Oh, I was like, wow, man. I mean. So. So you go Jay. So definitely go with eight thousand without a fucking doubt. It doesn't matter. What mean you pick my friend? It's done. Just got eliminated one hundred three thousand. I'm stunned. You'll real quick quick. You also have to take into account. Maybe a lot of people know, Jay z more. But that's just because of what the radio has played right? Underrate it though. And then I feel that he's more. He's lyrical just as much as Jay Z, if not more personally diversity, but that's not even a fair conversation because we're talking about that we're talking about certain ages, and we're talking about periods. But also, I mean three stacks just went off the mat? And that doesn't mean he wasn't gonna create more great music. He just wasn't there hate and outcasts has a pretty wide discography for the monetize that they spent making music. So I'm stone shot, but you're you're going with Andre three thousand. Wow, man this phenomenal. What a shocker this is the upset again. This is one of those that people went to bet money somebody went and made money right now with Andre three thousand. Wow, dude, that's. Long-shot grandma's. You're not trying to go to New York. You might want to have to go. Visit New Jersey. All right. So let's move it on people. I'm little shell shocked right now. But I'm a I'm a sick it off. I'm going onto the two seed versus the eight seed, and that is DAM versus fabulous. I must admit that. You know, the other day I heard nor motion and Mr. good night. Make a valid point about fabulous and its consistency. His very consistency. That man rhymes roms. Like, he always has and never stops. And sounds like he's got new bars on top new bars on top new bars. And like it sounds like he never seems to have a quite like it sounds like he doesn't have an end. Mummies fabulous right here. I'm gonna fabulous over the mex-. I would've I would've went over someone else in the traditional normally. But this instance, like, you'll fabulous. What you're saying is factual like. But put some respect on the on the no, I'm not I'm not taking it away. But I'm thinking again when it comes to music if I'm straining on an island. I think fabulous has like his album on top of like three thousand. States. Motivation. But you know, what it's just. When it comes to the body of work in content, folk fabulous game albums, and he didn't just give you albums. He gave you like mix tapes between those in between every album, he dropped light three fire ass mix tapes that he took either anyone's be destroyed her. Yes. Yes, y'all the guy is just. If you want to listen to hip, hop, like fabulous. And for what's left on this list, right now, I think fabulous is one of those as wrote that's on here that kind of disembodied hop, man. Just rob. I gotta say the Damian series. The winds that beat shit. All right. So Ron now. Also, so right now, it's one one. Yes. The mex- where you're going hate match up man 'cause I like to go with the dog. You heard me. So it's not one to. PMS is in the lead fabulous where we're going. Devon these meds. Hey during these matches fab, so it's two to Mike you're back to the tiebreaker. Listen, fabulous code, but his dark and hell is hot. Oh. That of the TMA. Live. Okay. So this is Disney interested even with influence still have more influence shirt. Fisher. I'm wondering how you're gonna go in here. I have no doubt in my mind that this this is two different extremes. But nonetheless, the ruined teen in each one. We'll go with the three seed versus the seven seed, and that's Eminem. I as Konya Wes. Oh shit. I could say right now that I love conclave, but Connie slip for me and Eminem has been different, but Mahar will forever live with them. This is in the two thousands of vision. So Eminem to me. Is where I put my money Eminem Eminem because it's just just not albums. This also free staus. Doing jonty. I miss the old Connie. This is two thousand. Some shit. So I guess listen. Here's the deal. You're actually making me break my own hit. Because because like, I know every word so the Marshall mount is like the original because that's how much fucking love it. But overall, I think Kanye has just overdone it like he's out done a lot of people including Eminem. I'm sorry. He's fucking awesome. But he's outdone. I'm sorry. As far as like rulers Attila, yo, you know, the a radio station right here. Shade forty five. Four or five. So your money's on Connie. Yeah. Pills. All. I mean, they both loved pills. Don't they fuck that? We. People have whatever. All right. All right. So you're going. All right. So we're one. What we have missed a good night. Where's the tide turning man? What my eight now. I'm an EMS in the lead. Evan. Evan. What do you got for your friend? Is the first time you weren't like. From like LeBron face to like, a Kevin Garnett. I don't know. Get fun. Two thousand. Tutu Tutu before you answer that man. What do you think the predictions line? Yes. Typically meme is gonna win. All right. So Mike, Mike is is my producer, right? Is Batman, right? He's a genius he hacks into the grit. He knows everybody. That is a fucking great point. And it made me think about my answer disaffected the game. Eminem is a great as rapper right? Go past. Okay. Born is your rapper whose Yancey man. Okay. What? Wait a minute. Over. Uh-huh. That I just hear this right way. Fucking upset man. Losing their Bank accounts on their face right now, man, you will make many nurse broke breaking the fucking stock market with fucking how about how about you. How about how about six people in this room three Eminem three leave that up for debate? But at the end of the day, it's a it's a five minutes. It's a five minutes on this. I could get Walter is Walter here data we need. Yeah. Somewhere. What I'm gonna leave that at a split. Okay. We're gonna skip on that. With for one second. We're gonna do that suspense. I can't stand for Carnaby dominant. Smith realized move onto this next one we pause Eminem Connie because this crazy the next person walks in this room. Listen, the next person that walks in his room, the termines who wins. I don't care who it is. It could be like fucking police come in here rate as quite answer this question. Walter, Walter quick help us here is the Connie let us know, Walter, please. Yeah. With the voice of Eminem over county. Did he teach every tell you when you make? All right. So eminent moves along she's craze. Hard to skip a beat him. This podcast is going to kill me. All right. So we're gonna shut it down with this. If you if you think that was part racing. This is the four versus the six the last one around here for the two thousands shade a kiss versus little way. I could say right now, I don't even think I'm going on these I'm gonna little easy f f phenomenal. If you missed. John's -i the best rapper alive. Damn right. So little lane. That's it to to two little lanes in the lead over Jada kiss. When you got just went to. A little way. Out of curiosity. Devon in Mike. What would you guys have selected? That's jada. That's data. All right. So data kid's data fucking love. Jada? Don't get me wrong. So here's what we have remaining out of the two thousands of Asian DM X Eminem little lean and Andre three thousand while. I can't believe the biggest upset is Andre three thousand over. Jason do you know how about golf tournament that Andre three thousand beat Jay Z in the nineties? Right. I like high says. Down. We're getting to the last one. We're at the last division around. We're in the twenty ten people were in the twenty ten we're about to catch up with time as normal Shen said the last week, and we're starting off with the one versus the fifteen seed here. And this is Drake versus MAC Miller. I am going with Drake. I I like MAC Miller. But I've I've been Drake fan for well part over the decade. And you know, I know he's seems a little more commercialized now at the singing and whatnot. But from where he started, you know, I just love it. And in some easy, how he's at that been through this decade when no problem when no problem, I like, Drake man, Drake is talented for for whatever it might sink commercial is he still talented. I'm not knocking that so way way. So you're telling me that you're appreciating someone who adapted through diversifying their style. Rather than MAC Miller who stayed true, the whole time, speak Yoshi and. Still maintained relevance without having to conform to shit. He did it but don't drink the whole time. But I'm thinking about drink from the beginning from where are where he was good job. He was good. 'cause you put a lot of his but his shit, and I don't I don't know. I don't know. I know but the last year of the last two years I have not been able to really get into Drake anymore. Like film us up pulling away a little bit. Like some of the stuff put I'm not gonna lie and some of the lines and stuff. He's doing is still like conic is still. I kinda I'm for. He's worn the brand new. I'll tell you. I'll tell you for real. True. I never heard that before. Drake's. But my money's Andre. I'm obviously, I guess years isn't years this with me. I don't have any money to give on anybody. But right. Well, we are figurative money in here are minero. So it's one right now where are you at Michigan? I'm consistent. I like. Go drink what hill, and I really, and I ain't really hit other. Gosh it too much. But I'm gonna go here. She drink angle. I see it's like if I counsel L O, cool j. Same. Not on that. That Drake wasn't always that way, which I can also right. But he turned into that which I can't right? Right. I'm hanging. Know so Bevan right now, it's two one MAC. Miller's lead Drake is behind here where we doing man. We evening the tide or we ending this. No, he's from New York, right? Where we at Boston. Drake's puppet are millio so macular it is man. My what were you going down? Go round of applause for that shit, man personal opinion. Mac Miller unbiased opinion, Drake because when you come back into history of time and music and hip hop in this era is going to be great. Why did it sound so confused? So who would you want to ban? I'm honestly. Series. Not encrypted. What he meant. Right. The reason why the reason why I say all of that. And it don't make sense is that sometimes people need to turn up to. Sometime people need to hear those bankers and sometimes turn up sheets. I didn't hear a lot about it. All right. So who would you have chose Drake on you would've what with Drake? Wow. Still I like Mike Mela more than Drake. But I'm going with let me let me see all my cronies back there think Walter. What did you think would you with Drake over Miller? All right. I got it. It looks like the same answers from last week. What do you think this is an upset? Yeah. It's all good. Mac minimum. That's fine Drake is out of their seep probably crying somewhere right now because Drake laws, but we're sorry Ciba's. He didn't make it. All right. Let's go to three seed versus the nine seat. This is going to be difficult. I know this is going to be some arguments right now J Cole versus killer. Mike. There's no there's no comparison. I'm sorry killer. Mike for me is I'm run the jewels fan like you're just picking the wrong answers. To John's from two different dimensions. I mean. I mean, it's like the bizarro Johnson in here right now. But my money's on Killa, Mike, man, like how could you not say, I'm wrong on killer. Mike killing Mike could even squash. All I could not say. Thank you. Misspoke. I'm just saying killer Mike over j Cole. That's where I'm at. Where are you at I'm way beyond that? So obviously, you're jail. Yeah. Jacob got hell you missed a good night. What I know. I'm going, man. So it's two one day coal, right? Brain where we at Devin man, I wanna get to know you now what is are. You are you where are you? Killing make your Dzhankoy. Not got that pro-. The two people. China change for the culture right kinda. Yes, you're right. Jake holy-moly won't you so much cleaner. Oh, man. Snuck coulda Mike nut stand a chance here there. Mike. Just commit suicide killer. Mike is literally killing my killer. Mike is the woke rapper that. No one wants to listen to right? That's like seriously. You're. I guess you're right and Jayco like puts it in terms. Where like, even if you don't wanna listen, you're still listening. Yeah. Yeah. You're right. You're right. I agree. All right. So we're gonna move on. So the number four seed now goes against the seven, and that is Kendrick Lamar versus Duke mill. And I can tell you right now. Because you're an asshole. One John to another though, you're an asshole. You know, what this is? So it's now one one. Meeting versus. Catching the bar one one. Yes, you're right. I did mcmil. I like make no, man. I don't care like. Me. Kendrick with sometimes on like what's wrong with this guy is the okay Michigan Louis thinking over there. And you know what? I'm going to make. Tell you what I'm thinking. The whole country New York. Himself spending, my friend. Watchos eight from where here go put J Cole. We which called us. I wanted to get that. So I said those the system day now. But right now, it's like a plan a game planning. So here we go. It's tuna one mil versus Kendrick Lamar. But you two are the lucky ones to join the show today as our our members and as our crowd members. Let's move on the oh, you wanna do devastating right next to me? So he better make the right choice. What do you got is gonna be big mill is it going to be Kendrick Lamar? It's a two one situation in the lead. Don't think of the to just manipulate the system like our good friend think of it. From whatever logic you on. I got hersal ties with dream chasers. So it was like oh my God. Okay. That's right personal side of Sam or. At least you're honest, if we're reading. But, but, but, but, but okay lucky sag, I told the truth. We wanna know who's genuinely rapper Kedah. Thank you. Wow. All right. So now. Very. Is LeBron all over again on from Cleveland? So. Mike. What do we think in here? You'll man we can take it all the way to the number one seed quedo right there. All right. Okay. Okay. Okay. Kendrick. Lamar moves on a mill. We thank you for participating. But you didn't make it. The last one people this is the last one for the episode. This is the five seed versus six seed, and I think this is a tough choice personally for me. And it's wis- Khalif at the number five seed versus two chains at the number six seed. I gotta be honest. I think about it. I thought about a little bit this week to. I love to chains. Man. I'm going to change. It's fucking about Atlanta. And it's fucking to chains. Mother fucker teddy boy to chains. It's sugar. We will go way. Two. Weird. When I first got the wrong guy. Someone spelled this shit on the album again, the about to go live somewhere, and he's like bra gotta change my name. I can't do this. I I realized that fucked up way too, high real bro, you have to you're wearing chains. Chains. Look back at the. Right. But where where's your money? I may or where's your minero at on wisc Lifa or two chains. She was Khalifa lost me recently as a fan he's been different than I haven't been able to get it to myself neither and the same. It's kind of like the same reason why like little Wayne anymore about. Although I listen to the Carters. Outside the currency and. I can't say what about the grease to chain. Well, I know that the pretty girls live trap shit, right? I'm not like, I don't hate to chains. I'm not saying, he's not my favorite. Of course. I got Kendrick over him too. If you wanna know, but. You got radio stations. One is pennant even thinking about this. All right. So it's one wondering out to chains and wiz Khalifa where we have a night. And I'm safe in both places. So almost go. Either way this isn't too controversial. I'm good. I'm good. I'm good name. So. Going to she. I ain't never smoked in my life, man. But I felt like smoke when I listened to weird man. Djabrailo easily. He just blew my mind, right? That he was gonna go to change. But I really if I would have bet on him. I would have said to teams line almost. All right. So to changes in the lead to one versus two chains where we add wait. No, no, his isn't. It's just confusing when I say chains, but where we not. No, no, no, no. I'm right. I'm going to JC to have gone was Khalifa. So's to one wisc leaf is lead. I want to say one thing quick, sure. And I'm going to quote, my homie over here. Okay. Drake is a puppet RIp. Magnolia just continuing. What do you gotta say that Devon about this? Different different style to the game. So I'm gonna go what wiz wiz? Holy moly, man. What I think there's an upset to me. I think to change. Also, what were you gonna say? When you go back in time. And you think about hip, hop, culture and stone or culture. Snoop. If you think about it. Yeah. That's what I made for the new for the newer is an extension of snow for sure even has his own movie about smoking McIntyre, go to high school with their dog. So like, all right. So to changes out of there. So this is what remains out of the twenty tens. It is J Cole Kendrick Lamar wisc Lifa and MAC Miller. That's what rounds out the twenty ten division. So I'm going to read them all out from top to bottom because this this just sounds amazing. This is this is what's coming up next week for the Sweet Sixteen LL cool J rock Kim, slick Rick ice cube two knots. Lorne Lauren hill DM ex little Wayne Andre three thousand. Let's say that I call that up. No. You didn't I'm in one. Thank you J. Cole Kendrick Lamar wiz Khalifa in McMillan. This is a phenomenal list. I gotta be honest. I'm looking at it right now. This is I think next week is very difficult for everyone. That's gonna be involved, but we're going to cut it off here Sweet Sixteen that's next week should have been. Honorable mention big creek, big creek. Yes. I know there's a lot of this. Joe button fans. Listen, listen, there's blood and paints or stop out there. Christner here they were here for the sixty four. Joe button. Mike Jones, Mike, Joel. Makes sense. But you make a good point though, when it comes down to it like, it don't matter who wins who at the end of the day's who comes out number one. And that's right where it's not a top. I can't believe Kendrick nearly lost. The meek mill what the fucker. Guys asshole. His accomplice. I've I've heard some crazy here. This is I want to read the comments off. This. Bigalow. We're gonna wrap it up like that people Sweet Sixteen next week. I want to thank my guest today. I wanna thank John g John t man. Thank you so much, brother. You're the man. I appreciate your many times over for coming here, man. John outside of John everyman, cruciate, you mess literally every other man. So I don't. Again, the new album is forty seven donuts yet. Well, that's the mix tape. That's the new mix tape, I'm dropping incrementally. So you can look forward to releases like every two weeks or so and working people. Find that YouTube John g hip hop Google that shit. No spaces John D hip hop. Okay. And you got find all you need to know. Are you going to form anywhere anytime? Super check you out, and yeah, we're coming up. Yup. Going to work with Carris one on some shows for twenty in Miami. Thirteen o six that. She is going to be crazy. If you don't have nothing to do for four twenty yet except get high come get high with us at thirteen. Okay. Is it like an event ticket or just kinda show up at door yet? No show, but the door would. All right. Got you gots. That's going to be dope. Man. I hope to see you again soon. Man. I think I think I could see that in the cards could see later are coming back to only on the side want to try to make money, and I'm broke for the light Bill, but I wanna take again the gang for showing up and Mike in Devon. Thank you guys very much for showing up really quite men. Do you guys have won a plug in really quick because of the part of the crowd. But is there? Anything wanna shout out? Follow me on Graham, poet netted in I've ED. Okay. Okay. What are we got here might where it was a pleasure. I'm glad to be on this today. It's gonna be a crazy debate. Because it is at the end of the day it is. But you know, who's going to be number one at the end of the day say nine we'll say you're not going to say, I'll come back to you. If I'm not in the top sixteen top to whatever in that podcast. I'm going to be in them comments who it is. And it was a pleasure and follow. Okay. Okay. So is so natural s zero you L and AT you are a L so natural right, man. Just like that. We're going to wrap it up. Walter. I don't know how could say this. But thank you for the boards down through. Appreciate you. Thank you bet man shot to the crew and shutouts awakened vape studios for amounts to do another episode. Any of you guys, check them out at wake patch and vape dot com for all your vaping needs. And you could check out this episode and many other under the everyman podcast, show dot com website. And again, I'm your host, John. Every man we'll get a ticket that and send my man, John, gene, the background, but pray now sit home at turn it up only shut down. It's like a crash landing. At the end of this. Knows manifest what?

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Los Angeles Times 6/19/20

L.A. Times Morning Briefing

03:32 min | 7 months ago

Los Angeles Times 6/19/20

"It's Friday June nineteenth? I'm Mary. Regalado, and here's your local news from the Los. Angeles, Times. Today will be mostly sunny with a high around seventy six and a low tonight of sixty degrees. Our Top story yesterday. The Supreme Court rejected President Trump's plan to repeal Daca the Obama era order that protected so-called dreamers, which is a group comprised of approximately seven hundred thousand young immigrants who were brought to this country illegally as children while trump had been confident that the high court would rule in his favor. The court called the decision to cancel DACA or deferred action for childhood arrivals, arbitrary and not justified chief justice. John G Roberts junior also said trump's homeland security officials did not provide a valid reason for revoking the program. The decision is similar to last year's ruling. That blocked trump's plan to add a citizenship question to the twenty twenty census. In local news governor Gavin newsom ordered all Californians to wear face coverings while in public or high risk settings yesterday this includes when shopping taking public transit or seeking medical care. newsome's order comes a week after orange. County rescinded a requirement for residents to wear masks, even though face coverings have been shown to decrease the chances of spreading covid nineteen. In the meantime, the new administration has not addressed how the new requirement will be enforced, or if Californians who violate the order will be subject to citations or other penalties until now state public health officials had only recommended not required that Californians where face coverings. In business. News La County has given the green light for several more businesses to reopen today. The list includes bars, wineries and breweries as well as personal care services like nail salons and Tattoo parlors all will be allowed to reopen if they implement the county's requirements, that means as with other businesses that have recently opened face coverings will be required by staff and visitors and social distancing practices will be mandated. In More Business News Disneyland is set to reopen on July seventeenth, but some workers want a delay. A dozen unions that represent about seventeen thousand Disneyland employees wrote a letter to Governor newsom yesterday. Saying it is still unsafe to reopen the park. However, Disneyland Defends Its reopening plan by listing steps. The theme park is taking to protect guests and employees from the corona virus. Safety measures would include capacity limits temperature checks at the park entrance. Enhanced cleaning, and the postponement of parades and firework shows that tend to draw large crowds. Still Union officials want additional safety measures. The reopening debate comes as covid nineteen ICU hospitalizations in Orange County have jumped seventy six percent in the last six weeks. And finally the city and county of La will provide six thousand new beds to clear homeless camps under freeways over the next eighteen months. The announcement yesterday follows a court order that requires that space be provided in shelters or an alternative. For those living near freeway, overpasses, underpasses and ramps in La County. La Mayor. Eric Garcetti said that. If the efforts exceeds, he's hopeful it will inspire more commitments from the state and federal government to help address the crisis on city streets. For these stories and more visit L. A. TIMES DOT com.

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Une tasse de Dieu ep#13 5000

Une tasse de Dieu

11:46 min | 11 months ago

Une tasse de Dieu ep#13 5000

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Zulfi - Episode 7

Zulfi

18:56 min | 1 year ago

Zulfi - Episode 7

"The woods rising. Newton if I have seen photo. It is by standing on the shoulders of giants. I have been talking to these joins on my show. Who made it possible for a writer from nowhere like me to see his work getting made into this beautiful movie. Zulfi I will introduce you to our special guests on the show today but before that I would like to tell listeners that the contest is open now and I were questioned for the days. In one of our episodes will editor mentioned about the toughest seen in regards to editing. Which scene was it sending your answers to our May lady though Studio Three D. h. e? Sdu deal and the number three at Yahoo Dot Com. Lucky we knows will get gift cards from Amazon. So get on with it and write to us and now it's time to accommodate our sponsors. We'll be right back. Muggy load yorkie Khalid monkey load. He'll be better freshness larger bobblehead VISU VISU. But I do but garbage was all right so we have with us today on the wall the DA of our films. Zulfi you know guys working as the DA is one of the most stressful job on the set can also be one of the most rewarding. You're literally responsible for tackling more at any given time than any other crew member and you need to juggle logistical creative and technical aspects of your project without blinking. An eye the Oscar winning actor Natalie. Portman has something to say about the job of a deer Turkey or even reme- people never ever ever get us anywhere bakes debate. Dare I feel like you could probably run that gutter diversity director the director. Then we You're going to be the one to take us through the journey of how you stumble upon the script before reading the writer in dinging crew for When defender hidden tonight had just finished auto Bush option that I've done and they're looking for and I think good which was What gorgeous avenues are up? And cyanide in in his innate and doesn't think of him and joke I mean. It'd be nearly up congenial Mickey stuff so we would all be let and or somehow just poison in your team and with the game on and As soon as they can. We knew that he wanted to do it. Because it's fix. This somehow came all the end. We will take it on The folks leading was very interesting because We had fun Hunt Cancer. A mom and dad of swamp. Whatever but I love. Yeah Thirteen hard. This this weird before Most of six. He had a legitimate goal to this good full rides. You knew everybody's thoughts backward through and more on the other hand. She addition shouldn't by backing for the dishes. If you knew that you on board and He thought he doesn't do. And it was so interesting to see How do I shows didn't maybe being Because every time you do you think she would just a couple of months And even if the kids come everyday just I knew enough and So by then hand because she was And it was a stretch perspective. Because she adds everything was into that something would get it. And then if you WANNA be as but hun voice in a runoff flying out so it was pretty distinct beating and willow so bad for all that eating so so y'all enforced and this together it was it was still off is absolute. The rules are the same anything new from the bill. Easiest BITCH NOW. That ended back because at sooners. Either since I had been discussing not initiating of socks and meeting new that you'll read saga and against us and we're GONNA miss the movie. Big Yacht and decide. They kind of a crash up before eighteen production manager onset so because I've seen A Blotch Shum then believing in this study and or the fittings that absolutely fashion as As their sole bashing of this wired back sort of fashion because of course It expecting such caution indigo minded fashion and boss. It's interesting because there was. I think we move in and Then we wrench meets in young Hollywood of NATO because of Your Excellency need manage to get the option Florida. And he just looked nobody. 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I met a little bit so he had to Because and sore school or did and you know I think diode or obser- knocks the House that you wish we we actually or one of the rooms on go there and you can work book and and And was that wanted to look like a flashing because the film is seconds situation. It's gone extremely foolish so getting ripe with a challenge but I think he managed the show. How was it you know so? How's IT costing removed goes in the region for different roles from Zoom. See through the school kids to the bodyguard. How how was the experience for then if you actually found by that? He was actually walking down the street symphony and He happy with your voice. I WanNa those are fun on trump's and I just basically what it is and was and and I think it was. I had to go in fall. You know there's a way he was one hundred and everything and I think he was pretty soon so he just went up to him and they had the conversation. Then you need to all new jobs and he actually he. 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Ross and Carrie Invest in the Mental Bank (Part 2): Free Will Edition

Oh No Ross and Carrie

1:33:32 hr | 1 year ago

Ross and Carrie Invest in the Mental Bank (Part 2): Free Will Edition

"Uh-huh. Hello. And welcome to Ono Rawson carry the show where we don't just report on for in science spirituality claims of the paranormal, but take part herself when they make the claims we ships. You don't have to carry poppy armor watcher. And we are right where you left us in a four or five story, brick building interns, Anna California coming to you from the hypnosis motivation institute where we are recording this kidding. I'm hypnotize ING you were in my apartment. What? Oh. Look, this is my new apartment. Hey, all right carries got all her stuff new bed. You've done quite a bit of moving in a very short time. You're right. I still boxes from my move. Well, just like two boxes. We okay, there's probably your mental. Oh, yeah. The no get it done. Right. Clean up the Aldhouse item. I have maintained a nice home. As one of my one of your overarching goals in your value of ants. You can really set whatever you want. And I decided since I'm using the paper one and editing would be a little harder that I would make mine sometimes a little more general. So instead of writing like clean up my house, but then also buy groceries or whatever I just wrote maintain a nice home. So anything that? I honestly feel that day contributed to that goal. A good overall goal. I can't remember what my exact six. Well, I made five are. Are we supposed to have a specific number of them? It said anywhere from one to six, okay? Because in the ledger in the paper one they give you like a lot of space. You could write dozens Newnan. No, these are at least I'm talking about your overall goals that you're trying to accomplish it doesn't give you space for it in the written one. Oh, interesting. Yeah. On the web version there's six bases that you can. Okay. Like, these are the cat categories of life. Okay. So our gave myself a weight loss goal. Okay. And I gave myself a reading goal. Okay. Fifty two books per year. Which is here. That's the same goal. Week. I've never gotten anywhere. Well last year, I got forty seven. So I guess I have gotten close to that. And go three is to write a book and then go for this year. No. I don't think these are there. Okay. And learn to speak German and run two to three days per week. Okay. I don't know. Those are just the concrete goals that came at the moment that seemed like things that I needed some motivation to exercise lash fitness work on my book, which I wrote difficult. Yes, I get twice as much for that work on this documentary. I'm doing so there's twice for that. Then work work, which is just are these your your value? Yeah. Because there's it doesn't have the general goals on this. I'm gonna work on financial goals. Maintain a nice home reading take L on a long walk slash play. And medical dental that one nice thing is you automatically get credit for doing your mental Bank ledger entry that gives you one hour's worth of imaginary income. Yeah, I have things such as using my language apps all five of them just count as one entry and using. Elevate. That's my daily mental challenge app. Go running bike or walk to work eat a healthy minimal meal because I just tend to eat more than I need to. To do and lots of pizza. Okay. Let's talk. No. But if if I eat a healthy minimum meal, you know, pizza exactly read for half an hour right for half an hour. That's my double point one which I haven't done yet. Yeah. They tell you you can do double points for your most important goal. Your hardest goal. Right. And I've hardest goal. I realized quickly that like, oh, those are just things. I don't do mean. I'm sense. That's why you would have such a ledger like this and arm exercises or just exercise general. Yep. Yep. Those are all things I get credit for excuse the turning of the page in my because I am using a paper one year that everybody paper. That's the way John g campus wanted it to be. That's right. Okay. Well, Ross it. I'm rose. So if you missed part one of the series. Yeah, you're already confused. Sorry. Is this guy hot and the guy giving the talk? You see is an e sixty important background describe all of this in part one. So yes, sorry to any of you coming here for the first time. Hey, I'm gonna listen to this. Oh, no Ross and Carrie show that my friend recommended. What are they talking about your friend a nutjob yet? They should've told you to go back on or so last time we ended up just kind of partway through his talk, and we're going to pick up from there. He was starting to tell us about just the history of this mental Bank concept. And so there was a lot of skepticism about this. When it first came out in the eighties. It was brand new then now there's been researched that shows that these concepts work. Well, like, did you know carry that free will not really thing? Boy. All right. Let's get into. Do we want wanna open this can of worms? I don't even know what we can't help. But do it. He opened it. We're just picking up them worms. Those just me making. We have no free will joke. Okay. So he mentioned a researcher it sounded like he was saying, John Bard. He was thinking about it for a while. But we figured out. It's John bar B A R H a psychology professor at Yale slash. Oh. No. It's your promo code. Marks psychology classes. So he addressed the question of free will and I really liked this experimental design. This is really cool. The the idea was doing vita bunch of people to take part in test under the guise the ruse that they were going to be tested on filling out various forms. Word puzzles serve like just in intelligence ten. Scrambling words. Yeah. I always love a good study where they tell you. It's about one thing. And it's about something else. That's always fun. Yeah. And I soon you're walking into any study would. The camera. The hallway down trip me and see if I'm sticking to act like it or you're gonna make me. I'm going to resist. So we really need to figure out how long you can it takes to these. No, we. What is the unstated thing about gas? So in this case, he had them a sensible unscrambling words, but the words that they gave them were loaded. So that you had one group that had just the control words average words asset like grey dog how road, but then another group of people got words that said, Florida, lumbago shuffleboard all silver wrap it. So then those words would seep their way into the user's heads, and then what they were. Actually, measuring was the time. It took them to get back to the elevators, or at least as George was telling this story. So then the people who got the words that suggested aging. Hey took their damn time. Getting to that elevator two times as long we were told so fascinating enjoying life, though. And then there was a similar experiment where they did the same sort of thing, but they would have. Some people get very rude words mean words, others would get more neutral ones or someone get very peaceful positive or plight words, and then they would have the person proctoring the test be aloof or not paying attention when they would come to turn it in. And so they'd wait to see, you know, if they ignored the test taker long enough what they say, hey, but yeah, being impatient. You I'm in your non-controlled group or would they just sit there, and wait, and wait and wait. So they could kind of measure that. So for the the rude words were more impatient. Yeah. They were they were more likely to say, hey, pay attention to me. So all of this is about priming in how our environments can lead us to behave in certain ways. And I think for me that was a really powerful concept because I think growing up I just had this conception that. We behave the same way depending on who we are in every situation and the idea that just your environmental cues can really. Change your attitude who you are that day blew me away. But it's powerful. And it's true in this way, or like learning that over learning a long time ago. I think I air the other way whenever people are Q. There's no free will because. Yeah, you can be influenced with these factors. I always think like well that was already my concept for Mike to free. Well is not like I can choose anything right now. And there's no harness on this horse. My concept of free will is already like. Well. Yeah. Of course, there's all these external factors influencing me. But then I still get to make some choices within that framework. Okay. So yeah, that's never been a revelation for me. Okay. Yeah. That was definitely a new thought for me and so powerful. But that's why advertising works pay such big money for advertising. Just seeing that tied. Pod them. Don't donate. Okay. Just seeing that type by means next time, you're going to buy laundry stuff type bud that comes to mind. Delicious. The example. I was here is if you tell someone, hey, think of an animal, then picturing an animal. Yeah. Everyone pictures in animal would you get bird? Okay. I got a kangaroo. But wait. No. I guess tiger says stripes not spot when you pick your tiger relented, your brain went through a few different animals that you either I'm going to stick with that first one or I like this one better. But then the question is where did that list of animals come from chair because out of maybe four hundred animals, you could name your brain just gave you a tiny. Do you think? I did picture someone. I don't remember them. 'cause I think only pictured it. Wow. Okay. My through my brain went through four before kind of stock. Doc them, but that's still consistent with the point here which. Just curious. We have to ask how did your brain give you that? Where did that come from? Who did that? What is that is that you? Magicians, always make more. Hey out of this. I think is actually true. But they'll say, Ooh, I planted this on the back wall put a picture of a parrot. And then you said hair it lists are pretty good at that shit. And but but even so if I asked you to different time on a different day, you would give me a different animal different. One would pop into your head, and what controls that so you have a certain amount of free will. But do you actually will what you will? You know, your brain kinda gives you what your brain gets you. Endlessly fascinating. Anyways, he didn't get into all that. But we're talking about just how the brain can be influenced by these subconscious measures. And that's exactly what the mental Bank is trying to do. So we're going to set those influences on ourself that we've got a little bit of a rudimentary evolutionary machine. Living in our heads little bit of biohacking going on here. Like, hey figured out. How we work. Let's use that to our own advantage. I'm all for that this whole. Seminar reminded me of one time my family, and I were at a tennis park, and as we were playing there was this woman walking laps around our tennis cage. You know, they have this high walls. Ed, she had headphones on. So clearly she was following some sort of program, but she kept yelling out. I am beautiful, and then she'd clap creature of light class. Oh. I am now I'm just totally guessing. But you know, she was saying things like that were kind of bombastic and wild. And sometimes highly spiritually charged about just how radiative and wonderful amazing. She is followed by clap affirmations. Yeah. And I thought okay, she's following some sort of guru or something that's telling her to shadow these things. I make thousands of dollars every week. Those kinds of formations. I really struggle with me. It has to be like still pretty rooted or else. I just immediately. I'm like, well, that's not true. And like my mind just rejects it can be like, I'm beautiful or I'm thin, even though I wanna lose eight pounds or what you know. But it has to still be like, okay. There's truth in there. Like, that's mostly just reinforcing that wrong. The leap is not too. Great yet too big. But if he f- I'm like, our break million dollars a year, then like shut up Kerry rejected. Yeah. There were a way to measure your suggest ability. My God him. So glad you mentioned that because they're actually is. Where would you find such a measure in success is not the mental Bank and concept? Accident g cap is HD time is passing buying. You are not receiving your share of success happiness, prosperity MB. The mental Bank concept is for you curious holding a bright vivid red book that I am selling back to her at a loss because I finished dollars. At least you read your book for the week. Dane, well, so this has a suggestive -bility quiz in it. That is really wild. Let's talk about I took this thinking. Oh, I can't wait to hear. How does? Okay. Interesting questions. Yeah. A lot of the questions. I like, I don't know. How this where you're going with this? Okay. So here they are have you ever walked in your sleep. During your adult life. No. Yep. Same as a teenager. Did you feel comfortable expressing your feelings to one or both of your parents, my mom know, I think I misunderstood that one? I thought it said uncomfortable. I think I'd actually say no on that one. Okay. Okay. Change your number. Won't change my results. I can tell you that. Right. Okay. Knowing how the first two questions work. Okay. Do you have a tendency to look directly in a person's is when you're talking to them. Yes. Do you feel that most people when you first meet them are uncritical of your appearance like? Weird way to state that. But I can see how many people would. Yeah. Thought about but that probably means I'm lucky and a group situation with people you have just met would you feel comfortable drawing? Attention to yourself by conversation. Percent. I started talk. I'll start. Here this particular questionnaire highlights our similarities so sounds like we're getting very similar results. So far feel comfortable holding hands or hugging. Someone your relationship with in front of other people when someone talks about feeling warm physically you begin to feel warm also. No, oh, I thought you might say, yes. Because you feel like motions in your heart interesting. Yeah. That's a warm feeling. But but like if you say you're hot near and I'm like, I'm cold. I always think like oh fascinating. I'm cold. And he's okay. Do you tend to occasionally to now when someone is talking to you because you are anxious to come with banana banana banana banana, I was actually thinking about something different which is? I can't remember all took on you. Do you tend to tune out because you're trying to come up with your side? And at times, not hear what the other person just one of those ones where okay, I could think of examples where I do that sort of thing. I felt the same. I was like, okay. It says occasionally so fine. Yeah. I did say on that. Do you feel that you learn and comprehend better by seeing or reading them by hearing? I wasn't really sure. So I said, no, I said, yes. Okay. Because I will hear something, you know. Okay. You know? And if it's written. Okay, I need even scan it a couple times. Okay. Now, I got it reading. I think is probably the best for me. But when people like would rather have a map than directions, and like we'll have to post a graphic of this because people are probably trying to follow along. And this is a lot STAN better by seeing or reading them by hearing, right? Yes. Bad gas to everybody auditory learners and new class or lecture to usually feel comfortable asking questions in front of the group. Now, we get carry those uncomfortable nut asking questions Rothfield uncomfortable asking questions, I don't know what that means when expressing your ideas, you find it important to relate all the details leading up to the subject. So yeah. The person Kanter standing completely, of course. I mean, otherwise, you're not explaining it. Well, then you're just that stereotypical plumber who loves talking about all the. Fancy terms without explaining any of them. Because it's just a I'm proving that I have this knowledge rather than with a display of my notes. I'm not sure why I'm picking on plumbers. I just feel like that's been the example. Please Email Ross do you. Enjoy relating to children. This is where we might differ. Oh, interesting. Yes. I put now. Okay. Yeah. I'm trying to finally admit this to myself whenever around kids. I'm like, what do I do? I think what do you need from kids for. You are like animals are for me. Like an animal. Yeah. I'm picturing in animal Ella. And you don't want to relate to her. Are you saying you dislike children? I don't wanna relate to them. Okay. Just liking. I don't want to relate to. Okay. What you dislike children? Then that's what I'm saying. Minutes myself. I hear the things you say about children. I think okay. That's how I feel about animals when I hear people talk about how they feel about children. I think oh that's how I feel about animal. I want all the animals to be happy. Just don't feel like I need to be a big part locking away. And I understand my friend Alicia has two kids, and I like them, but in a sort of science experiment way. Just like, wow, you're getting all these inputs some of its genetics and some of it's your parents taking care of you. And well, and I just try to stay in that space. So I don't get annoyed by like all the things they need on where we have different sensibilities. Find it easy to be at ease and comfortable with your body movements. Even when faced with unfamiliar people in circumstances. Same do you prefer reading fiction rather than nonfiction? No. If you were to imagine sucking on a sour bitter, juicy yellow lemon would your mouth water. No. Oh, really? Okay. Mass doing it. Again. If you feel that you deserve to be complemented for something. Well, done to evoke comfortable with the compliment is given to you in front of other people. That's one of those ones depends. But I said, yes, yeah. I think generally. Yes, if it goes on for a long time, I like recognition for compliments. Sure. To stand me up there. And they're like everybody looking pretty shoes. If people compliment in traits. I don't know what to do with that right now. That's making a joke. Do you? Do you feel that you're a good conversationalist? Yes. Yes. That was an example right there, you feel comfortable when complimentary attention is drawn to your physical body or parents. Okay. I said, yes. But it has to be brief. And I guess it depends on who the liver is if it goes on like a longtime. Okay, comfortable, but that if it's just like you look pretty in that photo like, okay? I don't know what to do with the physical compliment. I guess I appreciate it. But I don't know to that. Right. Okay. I'm suspicious of it. So that was questionnaire. One quest share to is going to be totally different different in every possible there too because they're so different. You'll see question one. Have you ever awakened in the middle of the night and felt that you could not move your body? And or I said, no, yes, same never had sleep little jealous of people who have it too. And my good friend Abe has it really really bad. And describes like how terrifying? It is. Remember to like respect that that. Oh, yeah. If I actually had it. It would probably be awful. I want that experience. But with parameters I want to be able to choose when I have it. Apparently, it's awful as a child. Did you feel that you were more affected by your parents tone of voice than by what they actually said? That was weird. I initially said yes to that. Okay. Said no. But on reflection. I felt maybe knows the better answer. Yeah. Because they couldn't come up with any specific like, well, the thing they said it wasn't so Brazil play. They said it. I didn't. If someone you are associated with talks about a fear that you have experienced before do you have a tendency to have an apprehension or fearful feeling also. No, I do not said, yes. Because it just felt like something that seems like a human experience. But it couldn't think of anything. That's interesting. I don't feel there any big fears that play a major role in my mental landscape, and I feel like this came up recently when we had the April Fool's episode. We were talking about eating disorder issues, and that was really difficult for a lot of people because I think maybe they would answer. Yes. To this question. You know, just hearing me talk about something that I was kind of just inwardly focused on thinking of in a very different way could resonate so deeply and that was a learning experience for me. But I don't feel that the first thing I think of is like I'm afraid of blood. But like, it doesn't feel like fear. It just feels like well, I'm gonna get lightheaded stout. And then I'm going to faint. But if people talk about it, that's what's going to happen. Yeah. Just don't have any touch point for that. After having an argument with someone you have tendency to dwell on what you could or should have said. Oh, of course. Yeah. Okay. Said no for that one. Really? Oh, that's all. I do. Usually like think like, oh, I should have said ax think okay? Probably should address this again, I should say X in the future. But I won't think like, wow, this is what I should have done in the more. I'll replay it for the next ten years. Jeez. Okay. Do you tend to occasionally to now when someone is talking to you and therefore banana? You go again and therefore do not hear what was said because your mind drifts to a banana. I said no to the other one. But yes to this one, okay? Do you sometimes desire to be complemented for job bowl? Tom feel embarrassed or uncomfortable. When complemented I said, I want to compliment for job well done, and then I'm pleased about it. I said no to that one. Well, do you often have a fear or dread of not being able to carry on a conversation with someone? You've just met note. Do you feel self conscious when attention is drawn to your physical body or appearance? Yes. Okay. Has it? No. If you had a choice, would you rather avoid being around children most of the time as it is? No, you know, what the exception is though time I went to see babe at the aero theatre, and it was mostly kids. It's like, oh, they react to this the way. I react. I belong amongst you. Maybe. Yeah. That's it. I'm like, I need all this care suck up. All the care finally said that'll do kids. When the farmer turned his the farmer almost kills babe. Halfway through the movie turned his gun on babe. It was like. I know. And then he was like. Like, see we're having the same. Carey made a connection with some kids. Do you feel that you're not relaxed or loosened body movements, especially in face with familiar people or circumstances? No, do you prefer reading nonfiction rather than fiction. Well, yes, you could've ascertain that from my previous response that was an airline. That was Dudley unless you like them exactly the same, right? If someone describes a very bitter taste, you have difficulty experiencing the physical feeling of it. So I said, no they're just from there. Really bid or coffee does your mouth start going like. Nope. Okay. So for you. It's just you talking about your bitter coffee. My brain doesn't engage and try to fill bitterness these taste parts. We do you generally feel that you see yourself less favourably than other C. You know, do you tend to feel awkward or self conscious initiating touch with someone you are in a relationship with in front of other people in new class or lecture do usually feel uncomfortable asking questions in front of the group didn't talk about this now fills like one of those interrogation. They're asking all the same questions lightly different. We're going to trip you up. Do you feel uneasy? If someone you have just met looks you directly in the eyes when talking to you, especially the conversation is about, you know, no and a group situation with people you've just met. Would you feel uncomfortable drawing? Attention to yourself by initiating a conversation. You just asked me this way feel uncomfortable own minds. No, also if you are in a relationship. Or very close to someone. Do you? Find it difficult or embarrassing verbalize your love for them. No. So I'm gonna guess we had a similar results. Yeah. Okay. What did you end up with completely unsuitable? I'm so unsuccessful off the chart of suggestive. I think like the way that the chart is labeled as the reverse of how the written description tells you how to get your score. Oh, I ended up going with this the way it's actually labeled like the Wii axis says combined score. Yeah. It's okay. So then we ninety seventy five. Okay. But now I have to do the scoring again. Then okay. At least old so restaurant. You describe how you come up with the thing. And I'll come up with the thing. So carries recalculating because this is highly complicated. So here's how you score your suggest ability number one count, the number of guests answers on questionnaire. One give yourself five points for each. Yes. Answer to questions three through eighteen. Why would he name those first instead of one and two and ten points for each? Yes. Answer two questions one and to put them in order number to do the same for questionnaire. Number two. All right. Number three at the two questionnaire scores together to obtain the combined score now. All right. We can do addition number four on the scoring chart on the next page. Look up the combined score you got on both questionnaires on the horizontal axis of the chart and circle. The number number five find your score for questionnaire number one along the vertical axis of the chart and circle. The number six. This is where they get it. Wrong draw a horizontal line across the page from the questionnaire number one score then draw vertical line down from the combined score. It's the they want you to flip them. Okay. Okay. So what was your final score sixty five? But the way then you subtract that from one hundred right final scores thirty five. Right. So number seven the number in the box where the two lines intersect is the adjusted percentile score for questionnaire. Number one. It indicates your percentage of physical suggest ability subtract that score from one hundred to determine your percentage of emotional sensibility. So my physical suggest ability is sixty five and my emotional just thirty five. My physical sensitivity is seventy six I guess. Okay. And my total suggested -bility is twenty four. So that's on right? Jour- higher. Physical suggest ability this hour stuff. Oh, yeah. Okay. Higher emotional kids. Okay. I guess I wouldn't have thought of myself as the more emotional. Yeah. They're these questions were not well done. All right. Well, I guess we'll have to share this. So everybody else can give us their scores complicated. Oh, yeah. So complex nearly no reason for them to be two different questionnaires. I guess they're figuring that questionnaire. One is like more important and should be more weighted. There too. But there's gotta be an easier way to do that makes as much sense as -tracting your actual real world income from your imaginary income. Yeah. So I guess I'm pretty physically suggestively still doesn't seem right though. Like, I don't sleep walk all of that stuff. I don't know. But it is true. Lemon sour lemon long enough. And I will be like little, but this is important because it kind of gives you a sense when you're writing your mental Bank ledger. How literal you need to be in your descriptions, and because we are on the physical suggest ability side of the scale we should be writing more concrete goals at the point rather than the more abstract goals. Okay. So I should be like go to the jam half an hour. My goal is to lose X number of pounds. Okay. Well, that's good to know. Because I was sort of going the other way with how I wrote my goals. Yeah. Okay. So okay. Maybe that's useful. Is a crazy way to get there. His fall. Ross is it I'm rose just feel like while. 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And then you'll find yourself thinking about flamingos when someone says pitcher in home, you'll be like let me go. Let me go. All right. So going back to the topic of suggests. Ability. Yes, that is the point of this program. And what they wanna do is trigger a bunch of very small intermediate changes that add up over time. But Georgia saying you'll never feel this working. Yeah. I like this part of the philosophy because I think this is a hard won wisdom. You get as you get a little older and start realizing Lenk. Oh, okay. A weekend. Retreat to kick start my creativity. That's never going to be the thing. Suddenly going to boot camp for two weeks to lose ten pounds. That's never going to be the thing. The thing is going to be just like they can vary. Settle gradual changes over a really long time reminds me of Richard Dawkins climbing mount improbable. All right. Okay. The whole message of that book is people say, oh, well, you never see a frog. Give birth to a duck. Right. They're trying to criticize evolution, and well, that's a stupid thing to say. But because we're all frogs don't give birth and of conversation. It's gr-. Gradual change that adds up over time. And so when you look at that, bald cliff face and go, wow, there's no way I could get to the top of that little do you realize you can climb mount improbable by going around the opposite side and working your way up slowly, the gradual ramp, my my my right, and that's how evolution does it. Small changes adding up over time personal evolution does it too. And that's how the mental Bank program. Does it? I'm also reading a book called change allergy. That's by the leading psychologists and behavior change a life today. Probably not of all time because we have skin Orissa, very great, man. But same sort of stuff applies where it's just like wanting to commit to these changes. We went you get excited about them. But don't get so excited that if you burn out you have ruined it for yourself. So George campus had all these examples of people coming to him and saying L so weird like I didn't feel like anything was happening. But now I've achieved my goal I have made twice as much money as I did last. Year. And that's the idea. You'll just you'll never know for sure if it's working but down the line somewhere, you'll realize oh, wait, I've come so far and the journey of a thousand miles begins with suddenly taking a really long jog. And being like, I'm gonna do this every day for the next thirty years. No, see it never works. Like that. I was going to say that sounds right begins with one step this wisdom. Absolutely. And he gives yet another example of if you drop Hebel inside of a barrel might not even splash out any water. But if you keep doing that one every day, you know in a couple of years, no water in exactly as anything to be like after well, the water overflows. And then it was like, oh, no after while. There's no water city va- paraded. It's like one of us. Right. Waiting. Let me work physics and what we have left this barrel for a long time. I it was gonna be some flied. And I suppose there will be rain refilling the barrel from time to. Yeah. It was an external factors. It was. I think about it. This isn't a good analogy and over to now's. But we got the gist. All right. So here we get our recipe for success. You've been waiting for it listeners. How do I become successful? What are the six steps? Ross. Number one, come to believe, he had kind of an interesting definition of this because I admit heard come to believe, and I thought okay, how do I just like we'll myself to believe something we're not gonna work those polar express with Tom Hanks exact such a horrible film. Mom used to read that book to us, though, growing the book was fine. Then they tried to extrapolate it into a move. The whole message of the film is just believe. Right. Just what does it matter? Just like who gets to you? I right. Just going to believe whatever you say my hatred of Slumdog millionaire. We'll get there later. But that's not what he was saying. Yeah, his definition was like come to the table of belief. Play with this belief gauge with it you're coming to it the way you come to a house, and you'll say this later fake it till you make it sort of an element of that. There is well like, okay, I'm not feeling it right now. But I'm just going to start engaging. Yeah. Number two daily reinforcement as he was writing this on the board. He was messing up on the spelling. And he said spelling is not part of my story because as we learned early, you know, what makes you achieve. Something is not you're you're wealthy. You're attacking. It's your story. What is that from the last lines at Hamilton? Oh nice. Well around the podcast. I just wanna say if anyone wants to cast me as King George in any legal production of Hamilton. I will do it. I will fly to you. I don't care. What city you are in? I don't care if you pay me money. It does not matter if it is a legal production. Hamilton will come and I will play King George in. Thank you know. Do you truly tweet about this every day? Now, it's slowed down a little I would say tweet about it. Every third day though. We'll carry number two daily reinforcement going to have to you. Now, really wanna be King, George. I'm gonna have to be like, I am King, George. Daily f formation told let's see if in one year, we can get me into one legal production is opening up our mental Bank ledger. But this in my value of vents notes is going to be your your affirmation. Okay. So I'll do it for tonight because I started filling out tonight for the first time you play King, George then you can give yourself times five bonus excited. Affirmation number four tonight is I am playing George in a legal legal. This is important one limo rented to be paid for his work in a legal production. Not some random person saying, you know, what I'm going make carry fill better. I'm going to create my own quote, unquote. Hamilton. I can't tell you. How many people have been like, okay? I'm going to do it in my garage. Will you fly here, really? This which are very sweet. But not what I'm going for here. You would need to get the rights for Mr. Lin Manuel. Miranda. Cool. I agree. It's going to happen in one. All right carries not throwing away her show. Okay. He said something I really liked here. We asked us as one of those kind of rhetorical questions. But he actually wanted an answer. When does history happen? He's three has its. It started. No this whole episode now. So the how often does history occur every day. Yeah. All the time. Yeah. Which is good. Because I think people tend to fetish is history that it's happened before take certain special people, right? And the reminds me of that commencement address. Steve Jobs gave I think it Stanford. And it was one year. He gave this great speech. He was essentially telling people all history was accomplished all these great inventions and processes and historical moments where all achieved by people just like you. So you have that same ability to go out and change the world and do these things they were no smarter than you. I mean, obviously, there are some really smart people out there, but you can go make history yourself. So yeah, I like also fetish is invention over innovation which is a shame. Because like so much of. I mean, maybe the best thing. Human beings have done is like education and sharing information with one another. So when you have the side that you have to like destroy all that was and built up something build up something new you can actually do away. With all the good humanity is done throw a lot of babies with that bathwater or animals, if you don't care about basically, I mean, yeah, don't throw away the puppy and Nash, we bathwater. Don't underestimate the power of small changes overtime exactly seems verging the humility to accept that people before you did amazing things learning. Those things is probably one of the best things you can do for the world. I find this all the time. I think in the business world people will want to start a new program. And so they'll say, okay. Well, this thing's been around for a while. So rather than trying to sustain it or. Giguere a if I reinvent the wheel. What if I? Yeah. Exactly what if I start just hatched this out of my own brain. And then I call it something new, and I can take credit for it. And then we'll relaunch it will make a big deal out of this new program, essentially the same exact thing. But now you've rebranded it and throwing away all the old records. This is something my best friend Claire says a lot because she's a nonprofit advisor, a nonprofit best friend. Trouble telling you what she does that. She's always like now that's about it. Basically, she helps people run on profits immediately. But when someone talks about starting nonprofit, one of the first things, she says is like are, you sure you need to start one. Is there are a lot of really good. Nonprofits might you better serve an existing non-profit making that thing better. Right. Yeah. Right. Yeah. But then my name won't be on it. Right. I want. I want to be the person changes everything the person submits to the existing goodness of the world user, tough problems Taft problems. But we solved them. Thank you for listening. Okay. Number three, symbolic language. Yeah. We didn't really get much of an explanation. Glided past this pretty quickly that there were a lot of people nodding. I feel like the people who are in the hypnosis program. We're like we know about that. We didn't mention that. Because when I first came in. He was saying Philip the first two rows with just students and everybody else can sit in the back. And at some point he had us, raise our hands. If we were actually students there, and then he asked for visitors and there were like four of us at the time share. I think is before you arrive we're visitors at most like six at the end so pretty much. Everyone was enrolled they're part of the school. Okay, profit consultants. Oh, she's gonna consultant like you're describing consultant. Okay. Okay. I was listening advisor works for. So when talking are you working? I'm guilty. His anybody. Sometimes. Okay. So symbolic language. Yeah. What did we feel like he was getting? So I think it was talking about that for missions. I think he was saying that you're not going to be saying things that are literally true about you. But things that are like. Matic of who you are slash who. You wanna be sort of on the edge of? Sort of on the edge of that way, learning to deal with non literal representations of things that you want to manifest that was be filling in gaps. I'm not sure that he actually thing might be something other than that. Number four. I was really interested in this Ideo motor response. Yeah. We talk about the motor affect a lot. We've talked about it in terms of the ouija board and dousing the Ideo motor response figures into some other pseudoscience practices as well. But it's basically that when you're expecting your body to do something or you're even thinking about your body doing something your tiny little muscles will start performing that action without passing through your conscious mind. So you probably do it most when you're driving if I think like I wanna just very slowly veer into that left lane. I don't have to actually tell my hands to move slowly will go into the left lane. That's your motor affect taking over you. Go. Whoa. How did that happen? That's crazy. And so. John g campus in his book uses that term. Just more broadly say any process that bypasses your conscious brain, essentially, especially with writing he said that typically it applies to motor control of the hands. But yeah, here he was mentioning handwriting as being so important to all this. Yeah. So in the book, it's like, you gotta write it out long hand. That's so important get that muscle memory and your hands and the book was originally written before personal computers. Right. So yeah, there wasn't even an option. I mean, you could use a typewriter where he was saying don't print this. You should actually just write it. So now, George that's the sock. He was like well now, we believe that. It's whatever is your normal natural way of writing. So most of the day, you're using a computer that is now your way of writing. So you can use that I still feel a treat. Yeah. John g campus the father made rolling fucking. Made the point very clearly like this super important that you write this out that you have this. My mom would always call it kinesthetic learning, you learn through touching and that kind of tactile feel and I agree, that's probably way more effective. Like if I write something down, I'm going to remember it better. But if I type something I'm still going to remember it better than I would just sitting there exactly which we find with these investigations all the time the handwriting really helps. So I prefer like with pretty much all might not making almost all I use a pen and paper. So that was interesting that the term Ideo motor responses, right? There is one of their recipe for success ingredients. Number five magic, thirty minutes. You're going to enter suggest moments every day, and they're guaranteed between sleep and waking as you're going into sleep. And as you're coming back out. So that's when you're at your most suggestive, and that's when you want to deliver a symbolic language to change your story. Just. So like you were saying, I think I think that's the affirmation that you have in your head as you're going to sleep. You know, I am playing a King George. And then and then soon you'll see that you are playing him. I see what you're doing. You'll be back soon. You'll see. That is my favorite song of the whole play his whole. I mean, it's the same sung with different words. But yeah, all of his songs are the best songs. I think I'd fucking nail. It you guys. I think I'd fucking IM fucking nailing it already fucking nailing. Just on delusional. Just go around being like I'm actually in him. No, you're the lady walking around the tennis court. I am a being of light. I George and a legal production of Hamilton clap. I am a warrior on the third plane of heaven clap. Okay, numbers six pre cognitive dreams. So you're the only person who knows your whole history asked us that rhetorically and everyone knew the answer is like who's the only person who knows everything that's ever happened to you. And everyone was like. Oh, yeah. Me. I actually I thought it was going the other way I thought it was going to be like, no one even you don't remember. Okay. I did not consider that. I was waiting for that you. I was capping the campus. Yeah. Well, done it was kind of like the Sunday school question where you know, the answer is, geez. Who is the only one who has the power to forgive you. Okay. Yeltsin made the point here that everyday the sub-conscious compares our present against our past. I think that's true. That's interesting. He was saying how the subconscious kind of uses that to achieve that homeo- stasis kind of keep us doing the same thing. Hey, okay. Well, this is what you do this who you are. So you're going to do more of that. That's what all of learning is is taking in these inputs storing them in your subconscious. You don't have to keep relearning them over and over. That's good. Yeah. Just sometimes you learn the wrong thing, and you have to go back and tweak it and here. I think we have this example of even if they're underlying explanations of how this is working the underlying mechanisms might be slightly wrong or out of date still there just affective techniques because of that because repetition works man, repetition works. That's true. No, yeah. Good point there. So you're pre cognitive dreams. Are you get these thoughts? Lodged well within your head and change that story. So that's the whole recipe for success. It does very very fun. I think I'm going to make a whole blog about this. Yeah. Yeah. Where should I put it? I don't know. Do you want it to be high-quality? Yeah. What is be quality? Do you want it to be like the designed you wanted to be world class or are you okay with like county class? I mean, I'm going to be using this to try to get cast in as we know a legal production of lin-manuel Miranda's legal on K. So I think it should be world class. And I think it should showcase at work. I might want to sell some products and services is I'm gonna want it to be beautiful, obviously. And obviously I'm going to tell me up coming dates wherein. I'll be playing King George in a legal production of lin-manuel Miranda's Hamilton. Okay. Well, if you're trying to achieve all that you're probably going to want to set up your site on squarespace. Oh, really? Okay. Well, they're actually sponsoring this episode impart. Right. Oh, that's weird. Are they I think so. Okay. Well, they offer beautiful, customizable, templates created by world class designers. Okay. Now is everything optimized for mobile right out of the box. Yes. Okay. Just expect. 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And then all of a sudden bright on the screen. It says. From Bella to Tyler. And then it's followed by a message. What you see in your mind's eye in my mind's eye. See happy birthday Tyler. I love you. That's amazing. I saw the exact same thing. You did what repetition helps happy birthday Tyler. I love you from Bella. Oh, I like Bella. She has a similar named Ila of there's a Tyler out there right now going who is this Bella loves. I'm the fine. That's probably what's happening. Well to the Tyler for whom it was intended happy birthday. Loves you. What else? What else? What else? What else happened George did want to give us some ideas about when to do our mental banks that came up a lot. Because I know I'm often cramming in a lot of my daily achievements at the end of the day. And so the question is do I need to wait to do my mental Bank until after everything is done. And I'm ready to hit the hay as they say. Or will you be to exhausted? And you forget to do it right at the same time. We know that. That's when you're putting all the stuff into your subconscious that you're gonna be dreaming about and working through and Thais leap. Yeah. A- gay. So at least in his estimate, it should be the last thing you do a few minutes before you go to sleep and his recommendation was to not get horizontal in your bay before you fill out your mental Bailey supine. Yeah. You want to you want to do your mental Bank, and he made a little joke. That clearly alluded to the fact that he might be laying down to sleep next to his wife or you might be having sex. Oh, there's only two things he does while laying horizontal in his bed. Nation to there's something that rhymes with mental that could be doing as well. Oh, okay. I mean, also you million things while laying now he also said if you are going to get really tired. I'd rather have you do it a little before that half hour, then you may be misset or rush through this half hour thing is if it doesn't work for you. That's okay. I've mentioned before on the podcast, but I use an app on the iphone called carrot to log all of my daily activities. So I know if I need to get something done, I put it in carat, and then I get that really pleasant feeling of swiping the right? I learn crap lab coat. Yeah. Sorry looking. No. That's fine. Andrew is filming a short film with his friends and them needs to be a doctor and it worked. We have a bunch of lab coats for him to us, and then have to write a review for success is not an accident. Nice. And then I have to test. Our twitch streaming. Let's announce that people should know that on April twenty seventh. At nine AM Pacific standard time. I will be playing a portal. And then carry may recognize after she plays that game this app is kind of a to Gladys from the game. She wouldn't recognize that now anyway, so this is a passive aggressive robot inside this app. And if I don't get enough things done, she'll turn on me, then the interface turns black and red instead of blue as it is now and she makes fun of meal the time, but there is a cat that lives here under the cat. Cam gave us a little me what's feed her. What are we going to give her candy peanut butter? Order house candy candy. So then we'll have little mechanized arm delivers the candy on a tray eats cat is happy. I can I'm gonna pet her. Okay. Gaels squad. That is the app that kind of rules my life and at my coworkers. No, if I put something in the carrot app, it's gonna get done. So they asked me to do something. I put it here though, Ross going to take care of that. And I'm at level four hundred forty eight. I've been using it way longer them probably most people. I'll be doing portal, which as we all know is a Vigia game. We're gonna strange to twitch stream it yet, twitch dot TV slash Ono podcast. And then we'll keep the video, and we'll put it up on YouTube or something. So if you're in some time prohibitive, play all it's all cool. Cool. We're going through the portal together. Can you go through the portal? She'll be back. Is that make sense? You'll see yet. Oh, you'll be going through many portals portals you'll be making them and going through them. I have a note here, you're going through the portal. Oh, you want so close to it? Yes. Here making note. Wait, I'm here. Huge huge success. Good. People tweeted me that it stored there in my mental Bing, and I love that you're going to be going through the game waiting for that to be said is it at the end. Okay. I hope I'm not giving away too much here. Okay. So back to our mental Bank class. But okay, anyways, you have best to do this all before you go to sleep, but you can go back and writing the ledger later, but you want it fresh in your mind that this is a hypnosis school. So we want to be playing with your most suggestive AllState, which is as your fallen asleep. Indeed. He gave us some good advice from Jerry Seinfeld on writing. Don't break the chain. Just keep writing does dome as a day. That's the important thing. Just can't doing it. Just keep riding just keep riding take that to hearten just keep riding. And then he mentioned Danny stock you'd heard this name before. Now. I just looked it up there. Okay. He said that one day he noticed that they were getting all these people signing up for the mental Bank program on the website. And the like Danny stocks sent me. Yeah. They were trying to figure out. Why why are we getting all these new sign ups and all this new money? This is great. So Danny stock by the way is an army veteran with a fulltime job wife in two little girl. Nls. It doesn't have time to drive all over town sourcing products. So he came up with this system that allowed them to take advantage of what time he did have his lunch breaks. I think he basically teaches you to drop ship on Amazon. Oh, okay. That's that's my guests from looking very briefly at his website. But he's the one who sent a bunch of people to buy them until Bank program. Like, this is what did it for me? Hey, whatever works for you. And I think good work for a lot of people. Absolutely. All right. So then we had a break we're told it was going to be a fifteen minute break is a twenty four minute Brad boy. And that's how much you spent on your book weird in dollars dollar per minute. While you were buying the book for me, I could've arked Cipolla and got some food. It's true. Instead, I sat there, and I took pictures of the room kept writing my notebook anyways. And I went and got her two books together. And I got us cups of water. Also to mention the very confusing signs all around this outfit. There is a sign that was like you wanna go to the top go to the right and the aero points. It said something about the bookstore. And it said like go through the double doors or something which is true. But the double doors were way far from that sign, and that time was next to a different set of double doors is all dislike is Darren Brown experiment. Eulogy experiment that I don't think it was. I think just someone didn't pay much attention fair. So when we got back that's when he really got into how to fill out your ledger. So we've talked about a lot of this already. He said that we're all going to found our own brand new company called the mental Bank. All right. The CEO. We're opening the ledger. Yeah. CEO CFO CTO, and he CEO's you want. Resident and your income. Of course is going to be two times your real income in but your real income. We call your reality income. Yeah. And he said he said to just pull that from your w to end its pre-tax, that's important. He made a wonderful point about taxes that I totally agree with he said, well taxes and expense. It's something that you pay the good roads and police officers and fire workers and teachers and stuff I really like looking at taxes. Absolutely. Like thing. I just targeting extra money from me. You know, what I deal with flipping the script a lot when I have a library fine. Usually, I'm like God damn it. I just flip. It I go like, oh, I get to give twenty bucks the library. I love the live all those great content. They give me one book with twenty dollars or I can check out how many books did. I check out last time, they're providing all these great resources for the whole community feel real great about it. And then I'm like, here's here's a twenty dollars. I'll be back next week. But what about the fact that you were already subsidizing? With your tax money, Kerry, even better. I'm with you money well-spent, go visit your library fucking library, and checkout fact, fullness, you're to people have been telling us that I put it on hold. I bought it. Twitter. Good read it. Yeah. Why haven't you read it yet? Isn't that part of your mental Bank? Just kidding. Take your ten. So he also told us the story about his son wanting to do the mental Bank. And he said, so we went we stole him alleger apparently was a callback. Didn't know because I had as we all know Bennett. Starbucks, and he was giving us various pieces of advice. You know, people haven't questions while. I don't always earn the same amount every year. Okay. Will you ever had over three to five years little do's and don'ts like that? And should especially necessary in LA where we have a lot of freelancers a lot of people whose income goes up and down a lot of pass through income. Okay. Well, here's what you do with that. And for children and also for like spouses who make their income with the help of spouse who works outside the home at cetera can still look at your income as how much money is being spent on your life is what you have earned by virtue of the chores, you do or the work. You do at home at cetera. That is your income fill like when it all came down to it. Yeah. Sure. If you got a fudge things a little bit just to make this work. We're dealing in. Monopoly money anyway. Right. I keep thinking like, okay. We'll wait. So if you have a dependent let's say your kid decides. Okay. I'm thirty five thousand dollars a year. Then do either parent deduct the thirty five thousand probably not probably questions like this all day long. Dad? Why did you set up this weird? Arcade. Skit and I just decided whatever. This is a hypothetical, but really does not apply to me. Do I wanted really tests the perimeter? Child. And then the child takes them interbank. Well, doctors ole them. Made myself physically incapable of having children, but let's all discuss my via lateral, soap inject me. He asked us said, it's okay. If you're goal isn't financial don't get caught up in like, well, I don't care whether I make whatever it is one hundred thousand dollars a year doesn't really matter to me. That's fine. You're still using money as a symbolic language for progress or symbolic language. Yeah. I just love the thought of all these people, you know, five minutes for they go to bed doing all this math adding together. Okay. So that's four hundred times three. Real. This is Gail. Let me check my Bank statement because I have a direct deposit. This very complicated before you're going to bed. I'm glad I'm using the online version. Good luck to you. Thank you. Yeah. I had a friend here when I was filling out the other day, and I was like showing him. And then I was like now I deduct the money I made today, I got a check. And now, I'm in the red. Got more money, then my fake money. And the idea is to tell yourself that you're worth more than you, currently are and even more. Bright, bright. Yes. In terms of remediation, then eventually you'll meet in the middle somewhere. So you're kinda haggling with the universe. Any tells us how to find her hourly wage, which we alluded to in the first step sub? But it's very strange bath. Apparently, it's based on a twenty hour workweek. Yeah. Though, he he didn't mention that. But yeah, that appears to be the case you mood, some cute jokes here about just filling out his own form. He was quickly walking through it on the on line one just to give us an example of the things you can put in there. He said, oh, yeah. I get like a complaint from my wife that I don't listen to her enough. But it's weird. I never hear that complaint. Now, he pays himself for listening to her and for complimenting her because this is very Kiedis like all think the compliments cutter. And I think I did that. But I don't actually say we're vocalized it. Yeah. Talked about giving himself credit for paying bills Wotton dog teaching a class like this. And then he says it's been really hard being nice while of you for three hours. Any also said pay yourself or going to work no matter what don't tell yourself out. This is just like my day job. This is meaningless. No, you're doing that. You're running money for yourself and your family pay yourself. So feels like you're kind of double dipping their go. Got reality income for that. Now, I'm getting mental Bank point. Oh, yeah. That was my point earlier about using the app carrot is that I would feel kind of weird because I'm already marking off these things that I'm doing everyday in that app. And now, I'm putting my mental Bank ledger on my carrot out. Right. And putting carrot and your mental at least I don't do that. And he said he gave good advice ear pay yourself for stuff you onto value more. So if making sure that you keep up with your doctor and dental appointments, something that's really important to you. Go hunting use that. But if it's like, oh, there's no way you'd ever fall behind on that maybe you don't have to include it. It's really your judgement. You have for me. I feel we were talking about this earlier. It seems like it should be just the things that you don't already do on your own. Anyway, that's what you're trying to motivate yourself. But if you put in some of those things that are easier to achieve than that helps kick start the. You are doing work all day. Yeah. You're not just goofing off here. That's true. So you're right. Yeah. You've talked me out of that. So that is the best way to do it. What you don't wanna be tempted to do is be like, okay. I I called Natalie show. I'm keeping up my relationships when it's like, yeah. You called Natalie goofing enough. So then after you put in all your value items, then you list, your accomplishments for the day that the mental Bank happenings. So you type in your happening. So I ran into weird Al today and shook his hand that was cool. A real thing that I did. I saw him do means next Beck's places. Good. Yeah. It seems like these are just nice things to happen to you. This might be kind of your gratitude journal kind of part of your Bank. Then you just reflect on some of the the niceties of the day. It's very nice, and I don't keep really like a daily journal journal. So that's kind of function in that way. Yeah. Enjoying the process, then you add affirmations at the end, and you'll nave three spots at least on the on line one right affirmations. There's about five. Lines on the rent and one. So you know, depending on how small you make him a few in there. Okay. These are those positive statements of I am doing this. I am earning this amount. Or I am achieving this goal. I'm playing King, George he his example was I am giving and receiving unconditional love and my marriage all and then he said, you know, fake it till you make. He also said he needs to walk his dog Brody more. And I think he does you gotta walk Brodie. Okay. Yeah. You said usually is white does. Yeah. You gotta spend quality Brody. I think this entire list. Okay. Hi, it's Allie cook one of the cast members of mission to sinks, a new addition to the max network, we're blown away by the welcome. We receive from Mexico listeners telling us you've discovered the show binging hard supporting us during the drive and just being grad. Humans all around vision. Six is improvised, obsessively sound design scifi comedy epic clung group of embassador explore the end of space. I played Dr that twelve foot tall Omni sexual security officer with free scales, chest talent and a series of flaps and shoots that are four. You'll figure it out. We delighted joint art crew aboard the aging sentient starship of our Jerry Jade as we traveled as quadrant meeting, all sorts of weird aliens. Played by brilliant guests comedians. That's mission deke's Z Y. Oh, this is one of my favorite parts was this one person in the front row held up the paper ledger, and she pointed out that on the left. You've got your mental Bank happenings and on your right? You have your actual ledger thing and she said, but you said to do the ledger. I but the happenings come first. And he said, no the ledger comes first and then the happenings going right to left as if he's a fucking mega. Like, sir. I think you know, that we all read love to write in this room. Maybe he went to Hebrew school. The of course on those pages they are organized from left to right on each. Yeah. Didn't acknowledge that like, oh, yeah. You're right. But we do it. Was a shift in. Yeah. No. I think he just. Weirdo. His dad, but came up with all this. Great weird. How funny smart Hanson handsome looks good in a short sleeve shirt. He's very hands on this end. We're very interested in you. If you're listening to this. We both will be you come on our show he mentions that you can write these affirmations for your sales department. There you go. So around this point someone behind me so must have been near. You said God, this is so much work. No, I didn't right behind. You. Don't think it was. You it sounded like voice would have remembered. That'd be great though. He started saying loud. Jesus you guys getting a load of this? Or if you refer to me as saying things by saying someone behind me, and then this guy this Burnett man said this thing speaking of writing these things for your business in the book that his father wrote he talks about all these businesses that have great potential for success with a minimal investment necessary. The companies that met my qualifications. I'm quoting from the book here, and we're classified as high probability businesses were organizations such as shaklee Amway herbalife Avon, Mary Kay, cosmetics and others pyramid. Schemes I'll I mean. Sorry, FCC or were dissociates. Multi multilevel marketing programs that are not pyramids game. So I like how is dad's specifically pointed to these paragon of the kinds of business practices that could be helped with his methods as long as you're the first start them. And then when you're done with all that you have to write out your acceptance and confirmation so you write out a whole phrase. Oh today. Earning three thousand one hundred twenty five dollars towards my Sierras and my goal my mental Bank ledger, period. Yeah. And you're writing out all those figures, you're not even writing the digits. You're writing the words except under fifty eight dollars with hyphens and all that. Right. And then you sign the contract your name in in terms of the online one you just type in your full name. And then it turns green, okay, we're finished. Then finally, you'll be handling these big amounts of money. And you're. Brain. And when you get to handle them in the real world, it won't be such a shock. You'll be like, oh, I've seen three hundred thousand dollars before. Then he said it won't be so weird. But don't stop just because you have some success. That's tempting to do you feel like, okay, I made it, but because close no more mental Bank digit. Remember, these gradual changes over time. So don't. This is an inside Jack between the two we will never explained planning on the show. Don't. You guys this is our favorite, and we really never tell you about it. Thing about it isn't. People as many many many questions, but one of them was well what happens if you reach your goal. Well, you just said a new one you set it up higher or just keep going, right? Someone asks how long do we do this hoping he would say until made twenty twenty three when the world ends. And he's just he's dean state profit at the very end. Oh, that's the world's ending. Okay. Pack it up. This is a clever response. He said until you don't want to change in grow anymore. I feel also he's practice all these lines. And use them many times. Given this presentation so many times and yet I still feel. He was engaged as he was giving. It totally didn't suffer it all from the repetition. This one woman got up to turn off the AC just made an executive decision for this entire hot room got up and they see up and he was like, hey, how about you don't do that. And I respect it so much that down Berkeley. And it wasn't like I'm gonna head. She was like there's a lot of people in this room. And it's very warm for the rest of how about you turn that. Right back on. Respected it. You also told us about how he changed his signature to make himself. More approachable and changing his handwriting changed his personality, and we're just taking his word for it. But he said that changed his interactions with people. Yeah. Graphology toll a whole different thing. And maybe we'll get there one day. But I'm a little skeptical of that claim we'll see if we'll just leave it there. And then he told us that there's going to be a free class on dream therapy and a week, but alas I cannot make it I will be out of town out of state. That's right hanging out with a friend doing a writing retreat. So then we had to review the class. That's right. They'd given us a lot of paperwork yet Rosa's the lady who led us in the beginning. After checking us off the list seemed like kind of stern task. Oh, interesting. Well, she saw my name. And she said, poppy. And I said you're arose. I'm poppy. And she really liked that. Oh, I see very close. You were you primed her to Mike you whereas for me like, I don't see your name on this list. She's like a Blocher's on a flower get the fuck outta hair. Ross is just one letter remove from rose, really. I just I didn't make a deal out of it. But then she found me on the list. She came in at the start of the break. And she said, okay, there's three people here. I need to talk to and I'd like head this momentary like, oh, we're in trouble. She was calling through other people trying to think of who the third would be if you and I were in trouble who would be this third person. Who's they're in trouble. Daisy ellings worth come up here. We're to fancy what's with your old fashioned fucking name. My last note here says HMO is the most extensive hypnotherapy school in the world. So he must've said that the end. Well, here's the important last note that I have my mental Bank dot com that is a website that you can go to that has this whole class. So let's listen to these episodes that I'm wanna see this from the source. You can go to my mental Bank dot com. Watch a tape presentation. He's wearing a dark red shirt, but it is not the dark redshirt nearly as interested in this man is it sounds like we are. But we're like really interested. When we did the first episode on the hypnosis motivation institute, I made a big deal out of the attractive teacher. Fair was same kind of situation. Like, yes. Beautiful woman in her fifties. I remembered her I don't remember oh wonder if that Susie because we learned that she's a teacher at the school. Maybe. What Susie his wife that he kept talking about? Oh, she was a teacher at the school. I hope it is we need to know. I don't think. So I think our name started with the K. What if it was Caplis? And that's why K is sticking. I would've noticed that. Don't. Suzy campus. Looking I'm looking sad. Her know, very lovely. No, listen, everyone knows maybe we're just being hypnotized into thinking ever wanted. H HMO is very hot. Maybe they're just incredibly effective. And we we have been completely programmed. Well, are you going to keep writing your mental bang? I figure to it until I fill up my paper one. And then we can return and see how we're doing. What do you think? Okay. Sounds good to me. I will keep filling out my online mental Bank. We didn't mention he had pointed out that one person that just found out that day she had been filling out her mental Bank ledger. The longest of anybody on line five years. She hadn't missed a single day emails here. And they were like, how are you? They don't know yet. So maybe she's a millionaire woman. Elizabeth warren. Probably that was good. All right. So what would you give this on a suicide scale where one is something? I can judge it until no I've done it for longer. Okay. What do you think? You know? I think I can at least give where my head's at at the moment. Okay. And this is tough because I feel like in the book that came along with this that his father road. There were a lot of pseudoscientific claims. Okay. Dribs and drabs in pieces where he would just recount the same sort of anecdotes. We've heard so many times and this was back in the eighties that he was writing this. But, you know, things like, oh, there's all these prayer studies that show that. Wow. Effective for healing can go away like shit. Really? Yeah. Yeah. Now. So he would just keep saying these things like well now, we know that's not true. Or if you've read enough, you know, that's not true. But I don't know back then those probably common knowledge or just passed around sort of thing where like he would hear something and he'd be like, oh, well, that's true and pass it along. So anyways that lessons my confidence in the source. So I feel like there are little bits of pseudoscience here. And I think the main bones of contention. We would have would be pointing towards those sorts of things and saying, okay. Well, you're over blowing the claims of it. But I do feel like this would be ineffective progr. For someone to make changes in their lives. If they stick with it so say three because I feel like the pseudo sciences there. But I just don't see it as particularly harmful. So I'm not rating it higher than I might. Otherwise, you're saying, yeah, I think this is a little tough. I think they're at least paying attention to social science and the research that's being done in psychology. So I think they're at least. Paying that? It's do I do think that there is a little bit of that attitude of well, we have tested it because we have students who have done it. And it's like, well, I'm not sure that that's quite a controlled experiment. Then that's a good place to start. It's I've seen much worse. But I think maybe go a little higher. Maybe I'd say a five fair. Okay. What would you give this then on a Puckett grinner scale where one is something not very good draining? You get a free online ledger and attend is something incredibly expensive, such as you are not allowed to leave the building until you spend fifty eight dollars on a ledger. Yeah. At one. I mean, if you wanna buy the paper version, you can and I am still pretty devoted to paper. But I mean can't fault them per charging for that. So I think a one for getting this free class if even a one, no certainly they do later on put the sales. To move on you to get you design it for the school because that's where this is all really going towards they want the fifteen thousand plus dollars enroll you in the school program, but I didn't feel like coming on pick. But yes, early on this application, I remember because I did meet with them once before to talk about my potential hypnosis career there, and and there I did feel some of the traditional, you know, sales tactics. They're obviously good at that. And that's kind of what they study. But yet we didn't get any of that. And we were welcomed into the free class. And yeah, like we sought out the books to buy. They didn't pass them around or anything like that. They mentioned in like once, but I had to go out and be like, hey, where's can we get the book? Now, the bookstore where is that oath through the double doors, but not these right? So for this class. All join you at one to say like at eight AM, I think that later on we'll run into them. Like, all right. Here's your chance to bake care. What about? Creepy nece rating or once this just not creepy, right? Like creepy. Not creepy like like swimming in your beautiful mid-century pool. Everybody likes to go to the pool sixties style apartments. Okay. And ten is something extremely creepy and you go to sleep and in the middle of the night year. Either it's Kara, and you open your eyes and she's in a beautiful negligee. She's like there, and she slowly and quietly grows your hand and just lead you ever so slowly to the zoo, and it's after hours at the zoo and everything's bathed in softly light. And she holds a finger to her lips just walks you slowly through the pointing at the animals never explains. It puts you back in bed when you wake up you're like what was that about? And she's like what was what about? The full like two miles to the zoo negligent. Okay. That's creepy. All right on that. I'm going to give this how I feel. We're talking about hypnosis. We didn't do any stage hypnosis in this particular class. There were no people laying playing across chairs or anything like that. This didn't triggered the creepy button for me, and we were talking about suggest ability in sleep states and one point five. How about you? I'm with you on all that all of the huge pictures of book covers on the wall minds me of like the movie safe, which you stop washed and the movie magnolia my favorite movie that like pick up artists Seminole submitted up to two okay, I'm trying to think about all the people there. But they're, you know, they're dressed nicely. There is a dress code at the school. Oh is there? I don't think mentors. If I remember from our previous episode on thing men are supposed to wear jeans. Oh, no one. Gave me a hard time for wearing jeans. Anyways. What would you give this on a danger rating where one of something not at all dangerous? You. Drink a glass of water from the tap. Because tap is. Well, regulated water here in California lease believe Michigan out of this right now, I did read actually that the lead levels in L A are not particularly good is that so that something you don't want your kids necessarily drink. All right. Well, let's say you pass your water through a filter. Okay. And now, you're drinking. That's one in ten is something credibly dangerous like drinking right out of the LA river. Yeah. You're right. Not a good idea. One can't even I would really have to be polling to think of a way to make this dangerous. I mean, if all your goals are like Jeb avenue airplane without a parachute two hundred dollars the NIA. Yeah. Or if you you have some kind of ill will you like how do I persecute people or not in my in group? Yeah. Sheriff it's just going to amplify whatever goal. It is that you want. For your life. And hopefully, they're good healthy goals. And I felt like all of the discourse in this class was encouraging healthy positive goal making. Yeah, I guess now that we are digging deep. I'm remembering that part? That's like, okay. You're you're a little over selling like how you have total control as you say these things to yourself. You know, you're discounting that people can be put in shitty situations at cetera. That's buried deep in the discourse. This could play into materialism just being too concerned with you getting your tesla. Let's dangerous. anyways. Yeah. You have to really work hard for any of that yell say one point five on that as well. But about your favorite moments where one is something not at all favorite like pooping in new and ten is doing very favorite like. An oatmeal raising. Okay. You say that says heavily? I dunno. I'd say it had to be one of the moments where he told one of his little jokes about interacting with his wife thought, Georgia's pretty entertaining. I have this visceral memory of walking through the hall at got both of our cups of water, a hands, and everyone there, it seems like they had all absorbed to the certain mood that just must be around HMO where like everybody's doing fun things with their bodies in space and all the men they'd like to real around give to their hat thatt's behind their back and stuff. And I was like I'm holding water. Do we have to be this phone? You're reminding me there was a guy sitting next to me who was pretty entertaining and just a friendly gregarious guy. That's in the mood there and think it's kind of like the Mormons like seemed to sort of accidentally encourage men crying and like emoting. Yeah. I think it's just one of those Regis thirty follow what's happening around you. And until you've got this subtle footprint. And I think that was happening with like dude splint entity do guns. Late stop. That's funny. I didn't really witness that I'll say this guy also is wearing these kind of sneaker like she's but they were clearly built to add two to three inches to his height. Wow. Interesting. I hadn't seen that construction before. Yeah. Okay. Seventies men were left. Okay. Yeah. It was like I'm trying to be a sneaker, but I've clearly to at a lot of extra material. People give up on that super nice guy that hot drinks, hot drinks. I think your to give it a thumbs up you buy your own Starbucks. Yeah. As long as you are willing to go by oh, actually. No that's true in the bookstore. When I went to her books I saw they have coffee two thumbs up. We like this place. Well, we hope to go back, and we'll keep mental banking ledgers. So at the end of the year, we'll have to go back over our mental banks and look at our psychic and see how well she did with her predictions yet. I have not been accused of sexual misconduct that I know of. Okay. That's that's something that psychic predicted Brian. Where it's like what the hell very beginning of the year psychic told me that I would be accused of sexual propriety impropriety misconduct, but falsely accused well, no, she didn't. Early was looking at me away that my might be guilty. Oh, wow. There's nothing I can do to prevent it. But if I paid her something like five hundred forty dollars or the candles. She could at least helped me deal with the situation. 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What's Up with the New 'Tesla Tower'?

BrainStuff

06:00 min | 2 years ago

What's Up with the New 'Tesla Tower'?

"Hey, brain stuff listeners for all you fans of true crime investigations. There's a new podcast from glamour, and how stuff works Marcus Hanna. Devante Abigail, Jeremiah and Sierra were all black children adopted by two white women, Sarah and Jennifer heart. It looked as if the hearts were the perfect family, but their lives ended in a murder suicide. Car crash shocked their friends and made national headlines starting Semper forth with new episodes every Tuesday co host Justin and Elizabeth follow. The families beta journey. You can listen subscribe to broken hearts spelled H A R T S on apple podcasts the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff. Lauren Bogle Bon here late in twenty eighteen APIs does called visit technologies. Formerly tech Saen completed a tower off of I thirty five near Milford, Texas with its laddis style. Structural supports and bulbous top it bears a distinct resemblance to Nikola Tesla's warden cliff tower sometimes called the tesla tower which was an ill-fated power project envisioned by the famous engineer in the early twentieth century the tower was meant to provide free energy all over the planet using wireless technology but instead wound up scrapped by creditors. After tesla couldn't pay the mortgage on the property visits vision statement, rendered in all caps on its website is to power the planet and bring light to the world indicating that its primary goal is indeed power related. They're aiming to offer epic trinity without traditional infrastructure as part of the partnership with Baylor University. If it's anything like tesla system, it could also offer new ways to send signals for radio communications. And. Global positioning systems, and it could bring city to the one point three billion people worldwide who don't have it and don't have the infrastructure to get it. According to company literature. The endeavor relies heavily on what are called zanuck surface waves these waves named for Jonathan Senic a twentieth century, physicist and electrical engineer are electromagnetic waves that harnessed earth surface is a sort of wave guide or conduit for electricity and communications signals so powerful that they enveloped the entire planet without the need for wires. Unlike so many other types of transmissions zanuck waves don't suffer degradation from challenges like solar flares lightning or other electromagnetic pulses sounds like a fairly straightforward corporate experiments so far right setup. Power transmitters in one location. And then the receivers in another tweet the variables of it. And then determine if you can make your theories work in real world conditions. The thing is when it comes to Nikola Tesla's legacy. Nothing is simple. His legend is fertile ground. Not only for real modern science. But also for fringe theories of all kinds down the rabbit hole. Wego let's review. In nineteen forty-three, tesla a brilliant possibly mentally ill. Scientist died in the hotel. He was living in US officials immediately seized the scientists research a partially in hopes of finding plans for a secret death-ray particle beam weapon. And of course, also to prevent access spies from getting their hands on any useful. Scientific revelations hundreds of pages of those documents were subsequently classified and went missing. It wasn't until two thousand sixteen that a freedom of information act. Forced authorities to unveil some of those papers it's possible that Tesla's tower had potential applications in some sort of particle Ray weapon, hence, the classified files. Some have even taken to calling device a piece Ray a kind of defense system that the war hating tesla created to prevent countries from attacking each other a powerful invisible. Wall of force that would keep enemies at bay without resorting to violence of bullets or bombs flash. Forward to modern times fringe, there's pounced. On the fact that to a visit technologies top leaders are ex-military with histories and ballistic missile defense. This at a time when the US commander in chief is speaking about a space-based missile defense system and the residence of Milford Texas, reasonably worried about the towers purpose. But there's more when tesla died in nineteen forty-three and US authorities snapped up his research, they called in a well, regarded electrical engineer from MIT to sift through the papers and note, anything useful. That engineer was Dr John g Trump uncle to President Donald Trump after valuating Tesla's work, John Trump scoffed at many of the geniuses ideas as speculative, but why then were these documents classified for so long? And is it just a coincidence that visits tower was constructed after Trump family member was elected to office? Visit technologies did not respond to the request of the house of works editorial staff for comment on the story. But Michael Taylor. Vice president of communications at visit had indicated. Located previously that the first rounds of testing involved low-power waves that wouldn't have any negative effects on humans or animals and has said that the company only wants to improve the lives of people in the community and quote the world around us. As of June two thousand eighteen the company had planned to conduct tests for perhaps six months to a year. And then use those results to reevaluate its future plans for further experiments as to what sort of plans, those might be. We'll just have to wait and see. Today's episode was written by Nathan Chandler and produced by Tyler clang for iheartmedia, and how stuff works for more on this and lots of other electrifying topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. Mating matters is why we do what we do. I'm Dr Wendy, Walsh, psychologist and relationship. Guru. And I've got a new podcast that explores the secret evolutionary motivation for human behavior. Mating matters listening. Subscribe at apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to your podcasts.

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Episode 44: Merry Christmas from the Headcast Network!

Head Speaks

22:16 min | 2 years ago

Episode 44: Merry Christmas from the Headcast Network!

"No all take by several. They're true believers. This is head speaks a proud member of the head cast network family of shows as usual. I save your host aaron. Moss aka at this is my mostly month. We hit cast. We're talking about comics movies playing games t._v. Shows and anything anything else geeky that i want so sit back and enjoy the right bless began <music> own. Tom merry christmas to all my listeners <music>. This is aaron moss aka brother head. I'll come out to episode forty four christmas episode i do too time regulations and just try to thank situated the holidays and all that i wasn't able to get a guest on for my next episode of <unk> on on crossover. I've been working on so diligently so we're taking another small little break so i can bring you a christmas episode. This smaller normal companies later than normal just because well time <hes> orage catch me and i got my g._i. Joe head speaks weeks. Mixed up in observers link change those anyways. This is episode forty four head speaks. We are taking a break from oregon two thousand one and this month. I'm i'm just gonna bring you a quick small up so that you know i'm still alive and i am going to bring you this month. Nothing really gig related per se but i ain't gonna talk. Geek related is always the things. I'm thankful for this year so so back to joey and <hes> this is the things that the head is thankful for in twenty seven twenty eighteen the twin seventeen year. You're the first thing thankful for is that i can figure out with a couple seconds <unk> serious just joking there <hes> <hes> i again. I'm thankful for my family. My wife my kids. They're all relatively healthy. They're all doing good. My boys'll hill both my older boys have good jobs moist got a job that she enjoys. I've gotten several different jobs that i._r._s. Last year at this time hi my got it before this last year this time last year. I was working the <hes> which is going to be closing in a couple of years. I've had life couple the jobs and got the govern- exam departments. <hes> hears about a month ago. I get picked up for as a lead metrics to us now. I got the lead for the ten for apartment on. Maybe managing in twenty eighteen months over at milk place so i get i'm doing good get a job. I'm getting further along so i'm thankful for all that. I'm also thankful for talked about before the amount of <music> geeking out there in the world i growing up we had yeah the cartoons occasionally special occasional tv series but now we we got it abundance a superhero goodies. I mean we've got several year which ingmar marvel dc how much complain about it s. We have as i'm getting too right now. It's good that i have so much to complain about out that i can. If i don't care or something i just not worry about move onto. Something else women's cartoons. I don't hardly watch cartoons any more on t._v. You just cut the time <hes> they're both pretty good as i've time for everything. I say there's networks c._w. Is a a superhero network. They've got four or five shows photos on devoted to superheroes <hes> d._c. Has streaming app now shows on it. You know i'm not happy. Happiness titans and it's not what i want. There is out there now so from what i was growing up. We have such an abundance. Ah i make a planet outside complain of titans. I have the dc movies like i should be but we get so much out there. That's if it down to something like if you don't care the dc movies. There's the marvel movies. There's the marble t._v. Shows irs them d._c. T._v. shows their net flip flip. Marble netflix shows there's d._c. Streaming sir with t._v. shows they're bringing back young justice. There are a lot of their dc stuff on there so as i said plenty of times that this is a great time to geek <hes> this is the time that like say there's t._v. Shows all around the corner corner. There's more coming up star wars. They came out four star. Wars movies said you'll have unhappy with them. Either join most of the star wars came out with with they got star wars t._v. Shows cartoons so might actually stuff coming up so again. I'm thankful that gay the culture has expanded and has become more commonplace more accepted if you will that's great tang allies. You're how much it may complain about something. I am not. I don't normally complain about something. Just bash it. I know some reviewers though they make their shows was on just bashing tags and see bill can be. I complain things. I complain about the things i go to bash. As i complain about a rally against are things things that in my opinion i care about s- and that's why complain about a fight if the titans i love the teens growing up the wolfman press title favorite books. I love that so when i see a show in my opinion isn't enough that i'm gonna complain jive at a dc fan most of my life war dc and marvel. I've waited forty some odd years for the justice league movie when it came out and it's not what i expected to be in a lotta times on the now playing podcast. I've i've talked about before where i listen to occasionally so apply about things and they'll say that i went out this way to come off as a frustrated writer could make in hollywood and there are there have sex that they say should be when i complain about movies like d._c. Movies not what i want. It's not so it's not a plot to us. I can see why that's not. That's not the way it's just that a guy way to forty years to see batman superman than flash aquaman. All the characters team up in a live live action movie that the characters arts begin proper service against. I've talked about before elliott's right now visited ended. I talked about things. I enjoy rain out so but autumn has not done rights flash wasn't done right my opinion in that can live talking from a frustrated riot. Ask him from a frustrated comics. Fan wants to see we characters from the cog book brought to life but this isn't a thing for me to you know gripe moan about what i don't like. I am thinking about things i happy with your taste for but may complain about these things but there's so much after i can in a final like something i watched the tropes of the titans just because it was bouma children and that was fantastic but let's let's catch by of hinds. I'm not gonna watch titan no cure for it like he because they're still out there. I can go watch listen. Listen to so listening to you also thankful for the podcast out there again. I guess we podcast. I can't listen all was i want a lot of podcasting and friends though have timeless and all of their shows because i got shows that i am interested in the content that was is moist dog in the background. <hes> the much content shiels. I the content of those other shows that i don't love the contents i listen to shows knows what i want to listen to the talking but yeah right now i got besides a bunch of backlogged <hes> now pointing podcasts. I got like half a dozen up so the show them listen to my body my yacht phone so it's just again again. I'm thankful for all the different podcasts are out there in touching onto that gleaning off of that i'm thankful for august's community on facebook facebook amount of podcast group that but it was mainly comparable type podcasters with started we rally for i think it was jerry conway or one of those and we stayed together talking. You know he fell. It is out each other later. H._m._o.'s are she does shows around or if we need assistance as a great group of guys and gals. I love them all so i'm thankful very much which to be a part of that podcasting community i've mentioned before on here on some other shows i have mentioned them but they're a great group of guys and gals. I love them all and i'm faithful to have them in my life and i would have their with podcasts and i i'm the type that considers facebook for that really friends because you don't know when you're alive hang out with them. Ross countries aren't you never gonna see but meeting up in nice memory alive at me on facebook these-these podcasters and another podcast group who talk how joke around each other it became like friends. That guy makes me change my mind that whole aspect so i just and again if it wasn't for hot cats i wouldn't have all these guys in my life so i appreciate appreciates. The group of people in it's on the podcasting front also use as another segue. I'm thankful the g._i. Joe it's been back for a couple years. I'm gonna say i'm thankful the g._i. Joe arroyo mercantile written by larry hama has returned. It's been going on strong <hes> <hes> oh. You may not be happy with everything they've done. I'm loving the book overall. I love larry hama. I think he's a great great writer. He's doing a great job john g._i. Joe as usual and again. That's one of the few books i am buying because it's one again i'm podcasting on. I love that series so i'm definitely glad that larry hama is brought g._i._g._o. Aroma hero back to action for us. Thank you for that. Lorries and tad said ask also. I'm thankful that i've got again. I've talked about the podcasting. I've got such podcasting friends that i deal with on a regular basis uses. All of them can rights. L. jared the yard. Sell artists artist albrecht pat samson usually guys over the g._i. Joe candidate facebook group. I mean if it was a podcast automated online and i would have darren colour. He sent me some stuff chris. Call greg. I talked with online a everyone on the facebook. Group is great group of guys and and again. I haven't talked to him on face on podcast yet but i would like with my doctor with them but the group of guys i would have met them without my podcast. So podcast is a great thing. I'm thankful for podcasts. In general i see other people have doughy orion daily august with quite a bit. He tillis grew bigger. He didn't have time but just all missing several amount. There are the newer ones brad fake you brad. I very much joy talking with you monthly on g._i. Joe all the guys. I talk with on g._i. Joe oh at a morse used a podcast with him. He's a great guy. He's one helps. Give me idea to start my behind the podcast shall i do so thank you for that idea and thank you everyone. I talk to thankful for all of you guys. You guys are a bunch of great guys. Spit that out. I'm grateful like speak english. Sometimes no no. I am grateful. I say a lot of this is not about podcast kathy my life right now but i am thankful for the podcast in the things that you brought in my life so i a thick for my family earlier some new dimension. I'm thankful that my oldest son has a brand new baby. Which is the a baby granddaughter so i'm thankful for that. I am very faithfully. I'm forty eight. I didn't expect to have a granddaughter by this point but i do so. I'm thankful for that beautiful little girl <hes> maybe some more so thankful for i'm working on some other you too much out of the state of so working on my working. Maybe my father is in podcast. I know how that goes once. They get situated there but that's a worker progress but s- so i am thankful and let me see what else my faithful for me. Let's be thankful for the family. My in laws got greedy lauzon over them. I grew up with my grandpa. My stepfather's appearance horrible people they by grandma grandma on my paternal grandmother on my father's side. She was just a horrible woman. He's calming name team. She didn't care for the family. They treat me differently. Who weren't the boys row kids so i'm thankful that my kids don't go through that. They're they're step. Grandparents will are great people and they they care for the kids like they were their own so <music>. I'm glad that i said they cheat. Statham is stabbed ranson if you will and they treat him and his debut baby daughter just like he was actually part of the family so i'm just thankful very much that my in laws or good repeat nuts bag trash jerk offs like my stepfather's parents were. That's not handy his from there. I they've over them. Favor of my entire family and i can't really think much. We're really at this point again. That's short episode but the the other thing i do want to say i'm thankful for and i mean this from the bottom of hard i think for for all of you all my listeners of the podcast listen. Y'all mean a great deal tonight a letter. We want to be a pre. She is still not listen but it means world that would i know some listening and handed great. When i talked to the podcast they mentioned everyone like shows. I know they listened on like originally had <hes> irredeemable shag over on my starman manhunter. 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184 - Lady with the Time Piece (w/ Helen Zaltzman!)

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184 - Lady with the Time Piece (w/ Helen Zaltzman!)

"Dear hanging John is supported by wicks dot com with which you can create your own professional website to tell your story. Exactly. The way you want just go to wicks dot com slash Hank. And John to get ten percent off whenever you're ready to go premium. That's w I x dot com slash H. A N K A N D J O H N. Thanks for all the spelling John. You're welcome. I'm a great speller. I don't like to brag. Listener supported w in Weiss e studios. And welcome. Dear hankins, John was I like to think of Jalan, Hank. It's a comedy podcast or two brothers, sometimes special guests anti questions give you to be said vice and bring you all the week's news from both Mars and AFC Wimbledon. Helen, do you know when you first move into a house, sometimes the house doesn't have numbers on it. That's that's concerning the blazes this nightmare. Yeah. I think it's okay. As long as you address the situation. Oh, Jesus dad. How are you doing Ellen everybody? This is heaven's. Alz been she as from the podcast illusionist and also of roller enterprises of of great quality. I'm a big fan and got to hang out with Helen at pod Khan, and she graciously agreed to take over for John as he is traveling with partners in health right now, which is really cool. And I just got an update from him. That says things are going very well. So we'll for him. I'm for me because I'm delighted to be here question altering focused for twelve years. So I feel like been training for this moment. I mean. There's a number of questions that came in. Helen was like, yeah. No, don't I don't talk about roommate stuff anymore. It's just broke me. He's doing a question. Casper. Twelve years you've done all the roommate questions, you know, how that often repeated quotation I think from a Russian saying all happy families are happy in the same way alone. Happy families on happy in a unique way unhappy roommates, I think are unhappy in the same way pretty much to do the dishes the dishes. Never have a dish. That isn't done is the main thing really, and it's amazing the reaping ones contentment that can be grated by on Sundays. Yeah. Yeah. We have the same situation in our office. We had to institute a no dish policy. If there's a dish in the sink than than like, it's like all hands on deck time for meeting that seems like a bit more effort than just cleaning the dish. Smashing into these. Yeah. That's exactly right. That's well, or that's what we should do. We should be like if there's a dish in the sink. We're taking it outside shooting. It. It's montana. This is how we solve problems desperate times. Tell tell me about your question answer podcast, it's cooled on this, and we own sequester fence it from the listeners, and you know, how that good. And then tell me about the allusions illusionist as an entertainment show about language and how and why we use it the way I like it so much. It's wonderful. I really appreciate the hard work that goes into your work making my life more enjoyable. Yes. Well, that's the whole point. Okay. Well, let's get to some questions from our listeners. This first one comes from Becca who asks deer hanging Helen, my dad recently purchased a new car, and it's great, however on the side of the passage side of the passengers she is sort of cupholder, except it's long and skinny I have attached an image for reference, we'll put it up on the patriot. The only logical explanation that I have is that it is a banana holder the explanation for anything blow. It does look look to be the shape of a banana much. No, it's like banana shaped I could put a banana in there. I don't know. I like bananas. Maybe it's a good. It's okay. What else? Do you have though? Well, I'm looking at it. And it looks like it. So the size of say a slim paperback book. For for will British some which in American won't because failing. Chill normal sandwich Migas sandwich or rate the maple up. Yes. Sometimes our paper, a paper map who has those sometime in England and someone gives me a sandwich, and it's just two pieces of bread with like with like mustard between them. I'm like, yes. Not this is just bread. Well, you giving me flavored bread Brexit took the fillings away. Yeah. You guys you only have so many things left. Just move bread. Plenty of bread. That's good. Mud. So it's very sad. I feel like well, I mean, we need a place to put our phones these days. Maybe there's charging ports in it. It's all just tell from the picture. What's in it? I'd imagine this going to be of Detroit this gathering. Yeah. Definitely what you do need to make sure that this pocket is big enough to get that hose in at the car wash to suck out the stuff because otherwise, you know, it's going to be a super nastiness twenty twenty-five rolls around. And and that's that's a that's just a 'Bacterial culture. It could be some very bacteria in. I mean, look how penicillins Trump was discovered. G think it could be some kind of device. Full gripping you'll seat nervously walls, the drive a takes turn recklessly. Well, I can't tell if this is an American or British car so this the driver's seat. Or is it the passenger see if it's America? This is the passenger seat. Yeah. It looks because the photo is approaching from the right hand side of the co. Baffour suggesting American passenger unless Becca flip this photo. Why would she do that just to be confusing for us? Okay. So it's a pass passenger see I mean. I think like ipad mini in there. A book does a year of a bible. Maybe it's the bible holder. Yeah. Co bibles for your car bible where else he's supposed to keep it in the coal to who's got room for that. I'm glad that we entered this one. So well heaven, I feel duty has been done. Can we can you answer? A question for me. That is about words. Jamie says did hunk Talon why honeymoons cooled honeymoons they have nothing to do with Honey all the moon. So I assume that we we are honeys Mike, I call Katherine hunting sometimes. So there's that. And then there's you know, it's like going to the moon all alone with this the two of you, right? There's no one else in the whole world. There's no gravity floating around honeystone about Severi sweet romantic explanation. It's very very sexy to the moon. I don't know. From from what I from what I've heard from astronauts, the moon is pretty abrasive. I guess it hasn't been of moon based romance. So fall in the history of humanity. Non hilly, no of though, they did go in two person teams. So there's only two people who on each of those missions know, what actually happened down there. But I suppose if you're wearing those all encasing space suits, and if you try to anybody. That's that's what you're on the surface. When you're in the capsule, you're still on the moon, and then they took the clothes off, and they have sleep bags and all the best fun gets had in sleeping bags. That's Ostra note business. These is a little less. Interesting thing Jamie might have hoped Honey is to represent the marriages sweetness because it's new and then the moon is probably saying about sweetness will only lost one Luna month. Who maybe even just until way? Okay. Okay. When did this become like an broad usage sometime recently? No. I think it's I think it's about five hundred years old. But then okay, I'm just I'm just wondering how long has the concept of marrying for love being around feels like a more recent concepts. And maybe this is a quite optimistic thing to to give marriage. Joy O'Neill to twenty eight days. So it's just yes, it's the sweetness of the first of the first lunar cycle. Yeah. Is the honeymoon makes a lot of sense. And I do actually quite interesting don't show yourself straight. There's so many interesting things that you've come across all the time. And so so all of this all of this. What's it called etymological stuff? Probably all see like all the all the boring explanations. That are boring to you are exciting to all of us lay. People I found something I did think was exciting, which because of languages they just have a similar expression to honeymoon but Jimin its tinsel week. Germany it only lasts a week, but it's so shiny wallet. It looks very I guess like I think of and I think of trash like this is bad trash that. I have to clean up that that makes it more difficult to recycle my Christmas. Tree. Right. Well, I suppose they're not feeding into my audio probation that marriage wasn't supposed to be enjoyable until recently. It's your bad trash week things will get better. After the first week. We promised. Maybe they won't get better. But at least I won't be tinsel on the floor. That's right. Be less to clean up. This next. Question comes from Boyd who has steer Hank. And Helen, how do you write a poem in another language that you can't speak, especially when you can barely right one in your own language. This poem is due tomorrow. And I need something that rhymes with fussily Boyd. Well, my immediate onto you don't Br opponent language account speak. It seems like being at least somewhat confident in a language is an essential for successful poetry writing. Unless you're just gonna do like John's poetry, wait. Just like this would looks like another would put them together whatevs. Yeah. That's good. Okay. First of all do jazz poetry Boyd. I know that we're too late to actually help you because I assume that this question came in not in the future. Podcast is going to be released some days, but first of all I did find that rhyme zone has a Spanish language rhyme zone called Remar dot IO that I pronounced very well. And so you can find things that rhyme with fussier like Brazil. For example, even though that isn't as Spanish speaking country. That is how they say it. So there's that you've got Remar dot IO on your side. And then secondarily, you should say to your teacher. Why are you making us to thing that basically is impossible because we are new to this language and poetry deaf. Initially requires a mastery of language, and maybe they would appreciate the eloquence of you rejecting the assignment bright, you could do it in Spanish, maybe you could do it rhyming in Spanish that would be very good. If you did ROY Ming in Spanish than you might have inadvertently completed this assignment. So that would be a great result will and maybe in the future other people wouldn't have to do it. That's what it's all about. It's about it's about like a one getting a good grade. But to saving all of your the people who were will in the future becoming through this class might. So you just creating a legacy Boyd of conscientious objection to the foreign language poetry close. This question from Tim. Him. He says deer hunt can Helen. I know in job interviews not supposed to talk about your current all mice recent job when you're asked while you wanting to leave or have left position. But how do you address it if you'll leaving say because the management is ineffective number liable without coming across as a complainer. We the best people to ask this because I don't know about you. But I have not been in a conventional working environment since basically forever. I'm not a bad person to ask about it. Because I do on the side of the job interview fairly frequently where I'm the one listening not the one talking. And so when I'm listening to somebody. I am worried about them being a complainer. I am. And so there this is something to be treated with delicacy. Of course there are situations. Absolutely. Where the management is bad. And that is why you're leaving. And in a town like mind that is quite small. I'm actually aware of some places where management is quite bad. And so could be like, yes, I agree with you. And you don't even like I might not even have to ask that question. Which is why it's nice to. Work in a small town. But also why it can be bad. But I think it is thing to be treated with care 'cause you wanna seem not like somebody who's saying I am better than the people who were my bosses because nobody wants that pert like nobody wants that relationship because it it makes the work environment inefficient when there there's somebody who's sort of constantly questioning everything that's happening. We'll say presumably you don't want to employ someone with the suspicion that down the line that gonna be. Complaining about you to someone else in another interview. That was definitely true. So the way to maybe phrase, it is to is to turn it on yourself and say, I want more opportunity. I really like compared to what we're doing that workplace. What you were doing it this. Workplaces more exciting to me. And and then say why say like say the things about this new workplace that are exciting to you and changing the frame from. I didn't like this too. I'm very excited about this. Because that's oftentimes, you know, something that perspective hirers want to hear is is sort of like how much you understand the potential work that you're going to be doing and why you're going to be excited to do it. Even if it's not like one hundred percent true. 'cause obviously like we're all doing work and some of it's going to be. Some of it's going to be boring and hard and and treasury. But but finding the things that you're gonna love about it. And actually once you start actually loving this things and taking the time to appreciate, you know, the value that you get to be adding to the world. It's really isn't the council thing to say that you'll ready for new challenges. I'm ready for some new challenges. Why? Because you don't saying, oh, you'll better than the L Joe, which these things still has an implicit you might sneak to it. I mean when this question comes up, Hank when you're interviewing someone what are you hoping to find out from that question is it just Trump to see whether or not they're complaining? No, not I hope very much that none of the questions I ever ask in a job interview. Our traps. What I am worried about this isn't a disqualification. But but what I want to know is when I call that person for reference like am like are those stories going to line up. So like am I going to hear that like they didn't like working with them in that they were fired? And in fact, in the interview, they said that they decided to leave on their own, and I'm gonna find out that like I was lied to which is a problem. And I'm and I'm looking for just greater insight into the person's understanding of their of their career path and of their relationship with the workplaces seems reasonable. You've convinced me you'll high it. I'm so excited to be working with you. No benefits. I get to learn something new every day. I'm sure. Four. This next question from Asia who asks why is refrigerators spelled without a D. While fridge has a D pumpkins and penguins. Eva yet pool, you know, the answer do well sort of I mean, none of the own says absolutely slam dunk, but it's probably because when they aided for frigerator to fridge if you just took the F O first thoughts a little bit of a rude word in in Britain dunno if it is in the states saw F R RIT written down, you might not how it's pronounced you might think. Oh, I would definitely say frig, right? Okay. Another people might say freeze depending on. Oh, it's which system and consonant they were subscribing to you. But in you put D in. I think most people who are accustomed to English would know this both be pronounced frit. So it's a short I and adjust sound role than Agusan yet. Because we have that in a bunch of other words like like judge. Yeah, breach. How you make that noise? Third. Yeah. Breach and fudge and people will get list. Yeah. And so like someone just decided that I guess like I'm not used to the idea of people just deciding how words are spelled. But I guess I guess we do that. With every word every word. We'd somebody picks it just happens incrementally. Because this did still office frigging. I've definitely seen it in books as an abbreviation. But I think I think the device was Komen. The more debris ration- we become relevant to people's lives because say right a hundred years ago, how many people had close to say free Joel freak. All right. It down. Right. And then I think it just. Yeah. Once it catches on people do kind of what's easiest us. Lot of quirks of language are just people making things easy because we're lazy right lazy people were saying this word a bunch before started getting written down. And then somebody was like we have to write this word down. We had this problem in a very early episode of deer hanging John where somebody wanted to figure out how to spell the word us like as per used because people are shortening the word usual, and there's just not like we don't have a good way of making that sound. And I've seen it people trying to abbreviate it particularly in subtitles of like Netflix shows or whatever they're watch like watching with the subtitles on there. Like, oh, the person subtitling and how to figure out how to spell us in those rough. And they yeah. Like, you're you know, stuff about language. How would you spell use? When thinking how easy it would be to spend it in Russian because they have elected. That is definitely you. And the letter and English is really let itself down with flexible spellings. I think I've seen it spelt. You. Z H. I'm translating said to one on American show right now. Thank you. Thank you very much. But would you if you sold up would you would you just be baffled? Would you infer from the context that it was used? I think it'd be I think I would know that it was used especially if there was an own lout. I don't know I feel that would help. But I feel like it would help it was more like. News thing. That's what makes something to syllable that what they do create extra problems. No, I don't speak, and if the not using languages, but that's what I got it. Okay. I have no idea. It's a mess. Next question comes from Sarah who has steer Hank in heaven. I saw an article that kids can't read analog clocks any more just to be clear. I was born in one thousand nine hundred and I can't read analog clocks, everyone is all mad about it. But really, we haven't just gone all digital by Nell is there some reason why analog clocks are better or more practical than digital is it just because they look better on a wall Sarah reason for this. Sign-off, sarah. Wolfson? Possibly if not she should is it so is Sarah reason for this heaven. Okay. I can think of some reasons why on a little clocks still exist. One. It's much easier to see them from across the room. That's what I'm trying to. Sneak a look at the time from someone else's wristwatch because don't let one fits digital no chance if it's enough oil up Sunday night Jones. Oh, yeah. Because it's not even sometimes not even on until they look at it. A won't around my neck, and it was useful people like also Hyundai. I can see the time just by looking at you. And there was a cafe used to frequent. And they called me lady with the timepiece. Did they call you that an English in English? And that sounds like a that sounds like a translation from another language lady with the timepiece or just the title of very undramatic comic book here. Yeah. Yeah. So I'd say that would be one reason I would say that this does less to go wrong in Yano clock that just the engine that drives the Huns round, whereas digital you've got the destroyed that doesn't break because as soon as one of the lines is out than the time is always roam you like is it six eight. Right. Well that that kind of digital clock. Now, you're talking about digital from the previous eras of digital. But yes, sure, I am. And then the third reason I think is that it provides more of a visual conception of the passage of time in the way the day is divided up and think maybe this value to a lot of people of that. Yeah. I have a problem where the difference between three like fifty two and four O one is so dramatic for me. But I'm just like I go from being like, oh, I have plenty of time to get all of my work done and in the course of like nine minutes, I go from that to being like oh God. Oh, no, everything is ending. And there's no way I'm going to be able to get my work done. I should just give up and not do anything to on a blood crash right before full Pam every day. I don't think that's it. It might be. I think that I. Have a really bad time like with all of the cognitive bias toward like not having that number turnover in the same way that I find it ninety nine cents sandwich much cheaper than a dollar five sandwich, which is amazing that we can have ninety nine cent sandwich. Anyway, what a world, but I don't have that experience as much with an analogue clock because like you see the continuity of the whole thing. And oftentimes when there's an analogue clock on the wall. What I'm looking for isn't like, I know what our it is. I'm just watching the hands to be like how much more time. Do I have in this particular, our to quite us staying with a friend know month, and they have a cookie crook. And every home. It makes a cook noise. And and I'd been reading about the door technique of dividing day open to was it. Yeah. And I was like well haven't consciously done that. But when the cuckoo cookers, I think that's another foul on did. I believe things that foul block cuckoo clock for optimizing your day. Yeah. Instead of tomato, which is guess why that's called the Pomodoro technique because that means tomato. Right does. Yeah. Is it named off to someone like Alex Palmisano, actually, it's named because the guy who started it had a little like a timer? That looked like a tomato. I'm pretty sure. That is where it came from. Robbie's? And I'm not saying you're explanations rubbish and just saying if you something off to that thought makes me sad. Well, if your time it just like time ego free with, you know, from the gestational something, I mean, well, you call it something else. But because you had a tomato you could've call it the tomato system, but that sounds really bad. So you were like the Pomodoro technique, and then all the people who are like into time management and efficiency were like that sounds very official. And it sounds good. That's why it's the whole reason why everything is everything because it sounds good. All right. I'll buy into that. It does sound good. Would you like the question? Full elliott. Yes. Please. Great. And it says Dan can Helen I recently gave a presentation at my job in which I started a bunch of statistics about the global transfer published in health access while I manage to check most of the statistics one surprised everyone was the assertion. There are a third as many people living in poverty today as in the two thousand it's understandable that it surprised them because it's role the numbers that office. Many the rate of poverty is one not the number freida understand that sorry. I even had conversations about it with my boss off towards and now I feel guilty and oak with I told them all incorrect information, how do you do with saying something wrong in front of people? Jesus vices preferred I have E Elliott Elliott. Hawaii's I get that. This happens to me all the time both in because I make informational content on the internet, and because I speak with authority in in spaces where I am the boss, and so people don't question me. And so I worry about it a fair amount. And Elliott, you're doing the right thing by worrying about it. And in this particular case, I think you are totally in the clear to send an Email to clarify and say, I said something wrong, and I want to to clear it up the difference between you know, the poverty rate being one third and the number of people in poverty being one half because the number of people has increased so there are still more people in poverty than there would have been like if no like if there'd been no population increase. So the rate of poverty has gone down more than the number of people has. Sorry, if I did a bad job of explaining that. But you can write an Email in which you explain that. And be like, hey, everybody. I got this wrong. And I wanted to make sure that this false stat didn't get shared, and it's a quick Email. And it shows two things one that you are an officiant communicator and to that you care about getting stuff, right? And I think that like both of those things alternately actually make you better than if you hadn't gotten the thing wrong in the first place. Yeah. How use to frame it. As you not wanting them to spread. Incorrect information on us as a result of Elliott's mistake. Right, right. Because you definitely don't want that not want that to sort of come back on them throw that in the closet move. Which reminds me actually that this podcast is brought to you by accurate. Global health statistics accurate global health status ticks compiled by experts to be disseminated by all of us accurately. Even when we get something wrong a little bit. This episode is also sponsored by Kana the bananas cultivated to fit perfectly in your car by Cup player the glove compartment. Oh. Will name behind the gay stick? If you have a manual transmission Kananga, get ten percent off your first Bush live Kanana's at Kinana dot, nah. Much better than our usual fake sponsors. Okay. Simple podcast is also brought to you by the new combination. Pomodoro Kuku clocks where instead of a bird that pops out once every half hour. It's a tomato. It's just a it's a live. It's just a real tomato that slowly rots showing you that all life is fleeing in that you should get some work done time munches on very Yoko Ono. And this pocus is also brought to you by freak. If you sick Nabil fridge hopping DNA not anymore with frig available in many bomb fridge freezer and look your enemy in it and throw them into a Corey size. I wanted to mention as part of this this period of Elliott's question about being right about stuff that in the last episode of this podcast. I believe I said that the atomic number of nitrogen was six it is seven. I'm not I'm not sure anybody took that one and started like shouting at around to people. But if you did go apologize and make a correction and say that it was hankering faults. It's too late. Now, it's too late for some people to for all the people who listened to that not this one. And I really do deeply apologize that that is the definition of nitrogen seven protons. Well, that's so bring stuff are. I got another question is it important one. That is a little bit sad. It's from Amanda who asks steer, Hank. And Helen my family considers the squirrels who live in our backyard to be like our outdoor pets. We have names for them. And we pretend that we can tell them apart. I actually have met people who can tell the squirrels in their yard apart, which I find to be remarkable. And I don't know if I trust them, but they really seem like they can do it. Anyway, I was recently driving through a nearby neighborhood. And accidents hit a squirrel with my car. I felt very bad. But to be fair the squirrel made several poor life choices at the end there. And by alternative with swerving impossibly hitting another literally. Brooklyn, the squirrel program. Yeah. You've solved it. Wow. Yeah. They do sometimes make several poor life choices at the end of there. But then I wondered did my squirrels. No this. We're all gonna meet so much trouble. If they did was it a cousin a childhood friend. How far does the squirrel social sphere extend? Maybe it was one of my squirrels on vacation, please help Exo Exo gossip, squirrel. Well, if you observing these squirrel, so classy, maybe you'll be able to see if they enter into a period of moaning, right? What is the morning, squirrel? Look like Helen like a black, squirrel. Let to run to. They're all very sad. There is that what you're saying. Very goethe. Could be that as well. Yeah. Or if there's just a period of dourness, you know, they're leaving like piles of acorns untouched sort of a symbolic gesture. I guess. Square will Shifa happening. Yeah. Exactly. I I my guess is that a squirrels social sphere is pretty localized though. Like, you'd think I would imagine that it's like a number of overlapping circles. So like different squirrel groups probably overlap, and there's probably a group like there's some overlap that leads all the way out to that squirrel that you got accidentally. And I do wonder like this relationship that we have with squirrels this like very week. We've created an environment. That's kind of perfect for them in the city good food options. Like, we like to plant nut bearing trees that are great habitat for them. We keep all of their predators away because it's harder to be a Coyote in the FOX in the city now. And and we don't actually study them very much in the way that we might study an animal in a natural ecosystem, which I think maybe we should do more of I want to understand a lot more about squirrels. And how they work how like a new, squirrel. I keep trying thinking of the word harvest. But I mean, I guess they're littering like they knew. The new like the new the new newbies. The new ones. Like, how many of them stay in the same place? Do they travel? Do they do they go? Like, do they go on like walkabouts and try and find other squirrel groups to become a member of how many of them survive at all? What are the leading causes of squirrel fatality is a lot of starving. Or is it mostly cars? Yeah. Maybe Mike is not so much irresponsible. Holding for winter. Right. Yeah. Just yeah. Not not preparing. I imagine. There's a lot of squirrel death in the wintertime, especially here in Montana, and I didn't look into squirrel population. Three ding and into breeding because still mocha can come. We'll probably only might. Amanda, feel was running just making feel less bond to say of lived in some pre squirrel heavy places Britain has many squirrels. I'm ready see them being convivial with each other. The jozy seemed to be chasing each other or ignoring each other. I think that the squirrel chasing might might. That might be fun. Right. Isn't that squirrel fun? I do like fun to me. Yeah. But I mean, you were pulling you human experience onto it might be the skirl. It's like it's like having a commute that it hates who knows? Right. The squirrels mind. The other thing that I believe we have we have also set on this podcast before is that there are no nice ways for squirrels today. So keep that in mind ways for anything tonight, certainly a nature. I think it's painful a hundred percent of the time. Well, at least being amended out of this life would be swift. We're hoping. His a question from khloe. She says Hon compelling, my friend has a deviated septum, and she's getting it such Cleber pet, and if you days very excited to be able to breathe and smell things. But I'm also very excited for me. Because I think not stuff is interesting. I'm out to Pepe Hove with questions about the procedure. And how everything works with up being appropriate. So drian smelt khloe, oh boy. I mean, like, I think this, of course comes down to the individual person. But if it's me, I wanna tell you everything about it. I think that's a pretty common thing. I can relate to this now because I had a major medical experience Los Jay and people love us me about it. And then they love talking about the own such ry fluids that split it out of such orifices in the bodies. And other goal is just not good over a male. But I would say people very excited to to say this where were you excited to tell them about? It. Really depends on the person. I think if they would take you kind of slightly salacious interests than yes. If just doing the whole oh pool. You must be awful. Well, it's really thirty eight to two in that. Right. Yeah. But mine was easier because like I have a scar on my neck, so it's very visible. And so people come looking at it. Yeah. Exactly. Whereas I don't know if it'd be not my bum. Maybe wouldn't wanna talk about it. Yeah. I just I I've had a number of of surgeries and medical procedures over the years. And I I like talking about it. I think it's fascinating and weird. And sometimes people get a little squirmy, Catherine doesn't like to hear about my tendon reattachment because that wasn't process, but. But I just got a colonoscopy recently. And I was like I'm gonna make video about this. And I did, and it was great, and Catherine trooper that she is like as coming out of the anesthesia she'd turns the camera right on and she filmed at the whole thing of me being really on drugs. And it was very funny to watch. After the fact what our team eighteen of people this useful service because thinking, okay, if I have to go through that doesn't seem punt. Yeah. Well, I've had so many copies now that it's like no need to break. Do you need to do? You have any questions about calling us copies. I give you answers. How long do they take? Oh, what it anywhere like when they're in? There is like fifteen to thirty minutes. It's very quick they go in they look around. And and so like for the doctor it is not a long time, which when you see how much it costs you start to question that though, I imagine that when you see how much it costs you don't. So. That's great, and yeah, but but how long it takes for you is a different experience because like one the day before hand is kind of part of the procedure. Because there's a lot of preparation that goes into it. You can't eat food. You have to take this stuff that makes you poop a lot. And that is a bad day. And is the is by far the most time that gets invested into the process might be is about the the yes. Did you say colon Oskar peeve? I didn't. But you just did. So now right thing. And then do they give you a video off towards they filmed? They didn't offer me video and I didn't ask. So I've heard that some people have gotten gotten video of their colonoscopy. So apparently, it's a service that is available at some hospitals, or maybe all and I just didn't ask I also know that you can ask to be awake during the colon us Coppee that is an option. That's available. They don't present that option to you. Because almost no one takes it. I met up with a friend the other day who's actually a bowel doctor Monday. She had a code most be self loss. Jaren such he had it without stage. She wanted as a professional as well. As a patient to know what it was like she said thought, but she had jihad the throat and dose copy, and she had some seduction for that. But the code on one no problem. The technology has come so far right up into your colon. This next question comes from Dermott who has steer Hanke, John. My name is Dermott, and I'm seventeen years old, and I'm currently looking into colleges and work, and I'm currently looking into college and work and a lot of places talk about coffee breaks for getting professors and other students it cetera. But I strongly dislike the taste of coffee. What should I do during these coffee breaks get hot chocolate and risk? Not looking dull t enough. Do. I suck it up in order a drink. I hate is this whole thing. A metaphor not a puppet. Frog. Dermott? Oh, thank you for explaining to me. How your name was pronounced? I'm glad that we got it all out of the way at the end. I was wondering what the puppet for thing was referring to right? It's a pronunciation guide. It was held knowing that. No. Yeah. It was hopeful. So I think coffee break is it's kind of a figure of speech because I don't really drink Kofi. The I've I've rarely had a problem at something described as a coffee break because usually -til water at the very least available, and then you mentioned chocolate if you're a place where you can order your own drinks than just get. What have you night anyone's thinking this attest folks, didn't literally drink coffee up coffee break. So he's disobedient and must be stoked. Basically, I have excuses ready to go pretty much any situation. So I'd say with this. You could tell people you'll giving up caffeine. Bring your own drink in reusable flow school will buckle. So if you wanna drink milk, you kinda known would know I would say when I went to college. There was a fault. Bigger problem beverage, would I did not was that. I was not interested in drinking alcohol, which is legal in Britain from the age of eighteen so in college everyone's at it. But because I was indifferent. I was regarded with great suspicion and. And also just made a little social occasions. Very boring Bing will pass interim of drunk people. So I just don't going to quote, a lotta things, but. But what I would say is that right now the question all skiing is whether you should conform by doing something. You don't wanna do? This question is not going to be just relevant to Kofi. This is just the beginning of that question in your life. Oh, I think probably it is the continuation of that question even at seventeen there. I assume that there have been a number of -tunities to do something to conform or to do the thing that feels right? You'll correct. I think that I would avoid hot chocolate myself. Like, I think that somebody might make like have an opinion about somebody who got hot chocolate at a coffee break. And maybe so there's two there's two opinions if somebody could have won they could be like, oh, come on grow up dirt or two. They could be like. Wow. That is a person who does it who doesn't mind doing something a little bit different. And so you're sort of rolling the dice on like the neutral route and be like, yes, I will also get a coffee even though I'm going to have to put. Out of sugar and milk in it until it basically tastes like hot chocolate. Anyway, or you could be like, look, I I'm going to people are going to be thinking something about this decision. And in general, we like in all circumstances. We try to do the thing that people aren't going to think about like, we do that all day every day where we we're we're sort of making the default choice because otherwise we have to deal with it. And I think it's great to sometimes not do that. And especially if it's allowing us to be a little bit more true to ourselves also hot chocolate is delicious. I have a friend who doesn't drink any drinks doesn't like them in the nightmare. Hayes on through life. I often we'll get to get the iced coffee. They have so many choices. Now, there's so many things that are available green juice, even Gus station. It wasn't a gas station the other day, and there was a section in the refrigerator that said healthy choice, and there was banana milk, and I looked at the banana milk, and it had like thirty six grams of sugar in it. I was like what's happening. Well world this. I it's an America that worlds. You can use the word healthy without having to back it up with the reality. We're not good at. We're not good at this you too. It's true. It's true. We're trying to live our lives in the best way. We know how which is sweetened. And undock domestically of we've got a one response that comes from China who says to the brothers green. There's a fabulous device that is like a mesh screen door where the two sides come together with magnets it easily opens as you walk through and then automatically closes behind you with the magnet closure. It's very inexpensive in the perfect solution to the chicken burglar problem that Andrea was facing an episode one hundred and eighty two we're gonna put a link to it on the patriotic. Thank you for your help. Oh, also China says, I'm just China help China. So I had to include that as well one. Helen, do you have news from ABC Wimbledon for us. Oh, she'll do AFC Wimbledon has come out victorious against Los place. Come full, which is not great news in the it was the expected outcome, but it is getting us in if they had lost that game. The season would definitely have been over. Then now in two loss place and have won four of the last five games, which is wild the O'neil the team in all of league one that has won four of the last five games is number three Portsmouth. So if the entire season would just lost five games if see Wimbledon we'll be fighting to go up league not down a league. Unfortunately, the Stelling relegation-zone a need to win Mogens in order to stay up. How many do they need to win on at? No, I'm not Joan. We couldn't figure it out. I don't see the future. That's it. That's the whole thing. Good job. Do you didn't? It's. I did my best to write them. See Wimbledon news for Helen to read. I out of me. You are you are you excited about the possible? Like, so this is the situation we thought almost one hundred percent AFC Wimbledon was going going down a league. But now they actually have a chance to stay up. And it's making me extra stressed out. Which is not what I need. But this is why sports about. Right. The make you stress they make Brits violent. It's not like not like you guys have anything else to worry about right now. I do think people still prioritize misery about sports. Right. Well, honestly, you need something to worry about that doesn't matter when things that do matter are miserable. And yeah, I can't believe they've won four of their last five games. That's like it's very good. It's very exciting. And I'm very happy. And and they are actually like they're really basically one point away from out of the relegation zone because the two teams that are ahead of them in the relations zone. Both lost their last games. So who knows anything is possible? Those teams need to keep losing an AFC Wimbledon needs to win. Do you want to hear some news from Mars, not especially if there's football MAs? There isn't yet though. We're working toward that goal. Or just sports. I'm sure the moment that there are people on Mars. There will be sports. In fact, wasn't long. We were on the moon before people were golfing there. So we didn't think of medium pacts or meteorite impacts as pretty bad for life. You get all that dramatic climate change. She get soon. Nami you get massive shock waves. You get dust clouds that lead to not having any light, which is important for life. So that is usually bad. But also maybe early on these on Mars, they could be good for life. The Mars curiosity Rover made some surprise findings awhile back where they found both nitrites and nitrates which are not nitrogen containing compounds. That are vital to the chemistry that forms the basis of life on earth, as we know it. But scientists were like that does not make any sense. There's very little nitrogen. On the surface of Mars where could that have come from? And they did an experiment recently back on earth where they simulated the conditions kind of with lasers of a meteorite. Smacking into the atmosphere of Mars, and they did a number of different atmospheric concentration. So like how thick the atmosphere was different atmospheric composition. So what molecules are in the atmosphere, and they found that in certain certain atmospheres, which were fairly thick and contains both carbon dioxide or all these things carbon dioxide nitrogen and hydrogen that these nitrites would form, and so they're thinking that this may be how these nitrates formed, and it indicates that there was a period of time where in billions of years ago when Marceta pretty thick atmosphere that had those things in it, which is really cool that you can may be in for a previous atmosphere from chemicals. Now found on the surface of Mars by the March curiosity Rover. Whereas we can also that we can infer things about like the geology of Mars about the rocks about whether there was water on the surface. But figuring out what the atmosphere was like is a really tricky question. And this is a pretty good way of actually teasing out some data about that. Which is really neat. Nice and the Tomac number of nitrogen is still seven seven hundred percent. Pretty sure Google it right now just to make sure percent prematurely. Yeah. It's seven you guys. It's seven carbon six, obviously. Because that is very like the most important thing to know in chemistry. Not that I'm ashamed. But I am. Helen is finished joy to make a podcast with you. Thank you for doing this today. Thank you so much for let me be a temporary brother a hall. Gosh. If only it could be permanent. I would love to ever guest host on any of your podcasts. It's if the opportunity presents itself coup might rope you in all right. Coz. I mean, you don't need them. If you wanna send us questions you can do that. Please do thank you to everybody. Who does it hankins John g mail dot com? There would be no hot cast without you. You can follow me. I'm at Hank green on Twitter. Helen, what is your Twitter? It is penalty Zolt sman month with z and then another Z Laden. Oh, good. Are you of Germany ancestry? No, it's Lithuanian name, South Africa. And. A little bit of rye with the consonants. As we do, Hugh like, humans spellings, they go all over the place, they seize and they think copy that correct them. Another letter upset this podcast is edited by nNcholas Jenkins. It's produced by Rosie on a house Rohatyn shared Gibson. Our head of community communications, Victoria, Buongiorno the music that you're hearing. Now at the beginning of the podcast is by the great gonna roll. And as they say in our hometown. Hey update, I got something wrong. Scunthorpe isn't the last place team and league one? That's Bradford City, which is actually a game. Still to come Scunthorpe is actually ranked above Wimbledon though, not dramatically. So that actually is a really good outcome. Because Scunthorpe went down Wimbledon went up. Eventually, maybe they're only two points ahead of Wimbledon. Now when will the can be a head of Scunthorpe in which case, they would definitely be out of the relegation zone. So Wimbledon is from what I can tell three points from being out of the relegation zone. I think that's yeah. I think so sorry, all you Scunthorpe fans. Didn't mean to say your last place that honor goes to Bradford City which is the final game of the season. So that would be very scary. If. If we get to that point. And then we're planning it's the worst team in the league. And then they win even though they're not going anywhere. They should just let Wimbledon win right? Okay. Bye.

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The Story of 10 Rockers who found Jesus and why

The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

12:20 min | 2 years ago

The Story of 10 Rockers who found Jesus and why

"Pop quiz hot shot. What do Blackie lawless Alice Cooper, and Dave stain all have in common? Nope. It's not that. They're all hard rock and heavy metal gods. It's that they're all born again. Christians sounds crazy. Right. That's the topic of tonight's Lucchini hard rock and metal circus. You're listening to the Dini rock and roll circus changing rock history. One odd cast at a time. All right, everybody. Welcome back to the genie hard rock and metal circus. My name is Lou Lombardi, aka Lou Dini, sit with me tonight in the co-pilot share. Once again is the lovely and talented, miss lily, V six. Very talented not necessarily coordinated new not a thing. But we're going to be talking about that in a little bit Leach. Mike little hotter. Sewing we talking about that here in a few men ever doll. A seat. You want to salute Dini? I'm Justin things guys. Just talking with yourself. You're listening Dini rock and roll circus. Our website is Lou Dini, rock and roll circus dot com. Check back off and tons of great things like this, looting, hard rock and metal circus. Lots of interviews. Plus my daily show. Then I am refining working on his guy pick some cooled topics. We talked about him every single day. So please check that Dini rock and roll circus dot com. All right special shout to rock rage radio. Thank you to John g g for having us for being a sponsor in a way. They they put us up there. They took a chance on us and put us up there on their station. We're happy to be proud to be part of the rock ridge radio family, and you can get that where Rog radio dot com or free app for your smartphone. Twenty four seven Rockin medal. Well, I mean, what more could you want? Well, there's several things, but that's on my list. You want to do the list of things I want that could be a whole podcast. Okay. All right. So today's topic is going to be artists that have converted and I want to cover some stuff. And maybe you guys go with throw this out there at the beginning of the show was kinda comments. We got first of all ran a Facebook post on this. Yes starting yesterday. I believe an M G. Just the response is just been incredible overwhelming. I mean, I'd we talk all the time. Like, we we pick a top. You'll you think people are going to like get into the people gonna wanna talk about this. It's always the ones we're not sure of have the biggest response. And then before you know, you do something like this, and it's like frigging huge. So a lot of great comments. Lot of good discussion about it. But some of the things that I want to know. Then I'm very curious about is why and some sort of touched on this a little bit on their post. Why Christianity and not Islam or like, Scientology or something? I mean, it seems like a lot of African American people converted were converted to Islam. That was a thing. Like in the sixties, you know, Amax Muhammad Ali. Oh, yeah. Like that you know, so Stevens do that yet cat Stevens. So there's a lot of he was an African American, but any case, and then there's a lot of people we know Hollywood there's into Scientology. So this is very interesting to me. And I wanna know do you guys think that converted rockers can still rock? You think it's still good? Do you think it kind of takes something waiting ask? Maybe you think it adds something to it. So there's there's a long history of this like a very very long history of. This going back to like the sixties and the seventies with artists eighties. All the way up this giant thing. So we're going to we're going to explore the whole thing. And also, we we watched watched the trailer to Lilly. What's it all the the dirt the motley Crue story? Yeah. Yeah. So what do you think? Do you think that's going to be good? Okay. So my thoughts on this are, okay. First of all this is a long time coming. I read this book years ago, I've always wanted to have movie. Finally, they announced the movie and then years later, it's finally we we see the trailer so out next month. Skeptical since it's a Netflix movie. No fence, the Netflix. But I always fear that it's going to be really tame on that flakes and motley Crue is not team by any means. When I saw the trailer. It completely blew my mind. I'm like, okay. So now, I really really really want to see it. I don't think it was cast perfectly. Well, I think the guys are too pretty to be motley. Crue? Motley crews dirty I need to see some dirty guys. Sorry. But the guys they chose her very model as except for machine gun Kelly. He's playing Tommy. But the other guys are pretty model ask and just not how the guys were. And we'll see how it goes. But I'm excited to see it merchandise second. I'm all right. I'm gonna watch party. So coming up here in. Around a month. We're going to be playing we're going to be checking out we may even do a Lucchini rock and roll circus. Loot any hard rock and metal circus preview. You know, maybe a a watching party or something do something like that? But before we do that, let's talk let's play a ban. This is I ran into George Mahala vich this week at the. Marty Friedman show, and it was good to see him. I have seen him in many many years, although we have connected on Facebook for can they confess, but for a while his band aftershock check it out aftershock forever in metal on the any hard rock metal circus guys real quick. Those of you watching us live, I polish as I do after a second half to mute the artist you can if you're listening rock radio though to get the full effect. So you guys that are watching live. I'm not hearing the song. That's why. Sorry, just while. We gotta do it. All right. Check it out forever and metal aftershock on the Dini, hard rock and metal circus. Didn't this freaking? The mets. Here. Biz. Millions. Can. After shock everybody, and they are a premier here. Thanks, George Malevich for reaching out for run into me and hooking up. We talked we talked to while ago about the band, but never got around to getting them on the show. So that was aftershock and really great. Great state. Great singer great guitar player. It's really good stuff. I highly recommend that. Guys, check them out. Let's go ahead and throw out that website as well. Their website is. I'm on computer. Goodness. Of course, computer doesn't wanna work. It's aftershock dot com. Aftershock? With. No, see so.

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What's Next for Neymar?

ESPN FC

38:19 min | 1 year ago

What's Next for Neymar?

"Hello there welcome into the show on adrian healey distinguished company won't pull marano to my ryan got shaka hislop when craig burley here and we are rejoined the elusive low who is back from his western u._s. Odyssey's lots to get into so you with you. Today i starting in the city of light the city of paris where the lights appear to be dimming for name. He wasn't pontiff squander gates name over the weekend. Can these was some of the particular banner held up by the coaches pretty much. The only one that passes the tests that we can show you get out. Neymar was the translate. It shouldn't the ultras reacting name all back in july when asked about his favourite locker remember he basically said the lottery montana the comeback full boss against the six one victory gab and jules have a new podcast. You may come across it. It's actually called the gavin jewels podcast kaas this was surely in laurent on neymar and level montag the things he said about the remote data being his best is memory football and this and we knew didn't go down well by never thought he will be that extreme from the ultras and violence and clearly. He's not welcome. Welcome there anymore by the fans that doesn't mean he's not going to play for p._g. Ever again if he was to stay if did doesn't happen if he has to stay at the club it it'd be very very difficult. I think to rebuild the relationship with the funds leading with this headline. Meanwhile a classical porn name name on classic. Oh which team needs name mall translation from the spanish newspaper it sits you might be in a way for a while but we still we're still talking about day but even more so let's divide data site the classical division to to start with boss alone and what your sense of his potential move to the new cam currently is well in a way this is what's changed from what we've been saying from the very very start this summer courses bits of information of come out which of course once just things are known it changes the way that things will play out and the very fact that leonardo who said the name or is is basically going to go that i think is enjoys talking there about the fans being annoyed about him talking about the six one victory. I think that would have been forgivable if they didn't have that sense as well. Since then things have moved on owns the point where neymar has totally in order that wants to go where leonardo is by saying publicly which by the way forces the price down or at least forces your hand a little bit and said look. We need to resolve this he he will probably leave. Thomas has been careful as effectively. Let that out as well and so. I think what's changed. Now is a willingness to try and get this done. I think one of the things that happens happens not just in neymars case but in all cases in trouser windows because you've got a couple of months you tend to spend the first six weeks putting things into place or waiting to see how things develop develop and then there's a rush on it and so i think we are now in that period where we're starting to get a movement on this of course we see in the fact that barcelona have been embarrassed today so his handyman they see this. This is a kind of first step towards his son and of course it's a first step often with other steps that weren't engineer publicly taken off those moments of waiting of lit win hidden messages of discussions behind the scenes. This is the first step of something that can properly be called a negotiation which no guarantee that happens and the truth is at boston comedy afford this and don't really have a natural place name on the side but they're drawn into this and why they draw into this partly they're drawn into this its name oh and it's exciting and we want to do it and we've got a president in particular not a sport director of president who wants to make this happen and then the other thing. I think this is a key thing. We saw it on the on the front cover. L'equipe roman should have been drawn into it and i suspect but i can't stand this up at this point. The name has tried to draw me into this in in essence really for one fundamental reason to get barcelona's a move 'cause enough from boston. You'd think we didn't get any more if they think we didn't get and rail madrid. Did that's a reason to go and get him. <hes> what's your sense of. Where would he be better right now or bus you would hands down there that are cited more advanced <hes> <hes> so i think bustle i mean this. I said right i mean how does he all the pieces of the puzzle with this evening. How does he fit in good players. Uh-huh anybody you'll have. I mean you have to rotate unless they sold the before. The window closes settling bus loan a more stable excite at the moment. There's no there's no he has to make a move hopping because for the reasons set talked about the fully the graph it was up there with the ultimate he's just going to get this done and i i've said this all along but goodness gays playing career bahcall according to what we as as one of the best players in the world and forget the circus but in that starting lineup potentially on friday against the where would he fit in. I mean who do you sit at a reason. Why are you going to do you go to the whole three up. Top you go numa <hes> suarez charisma dynamite the i totally agree with what the defendant to the course aside in essence essences gonna play to two defenders four four. They're going to be bombing followed. The the facts about these players is that they always have pasta notions. They put the ball to the right foot so they're able to keep possession of the ball. The within the coaches go to be cautious. Boats is that when they do lose possession are the in good positions is young and his biscuits. Are they going to you know organize aside because that's what's going to happen. Can they play that much fine pound. Yeah i think i they can but it's asking boston in particular. They're they're wearing box samedan alba according to that last graphic to do something that they've not really been asked to do over the last couple of years which is said back on just defend dole warrior getting forward leave that to the front four look players do find to find a way to make things work and especially boost catch gets in his processing region coming into grown he covers. I think somehow boston a mix. I played i played in a sale to team up a period and the john bonds when we had we tried to all these playmakers and i can tell you now. Obviously these are quality players. We tried to fight berkovitch and lubomir avdic. It was fantastic. We try these guys in the team and what we found when we went with scotland and played in european competition it it was just too difficult and i think that is going to be some sense here if it happens but getting the balance right because when they do a plate the teams in spain there are many of them are gonna do play in european competition. Some of these guys might have to sit on the bench. Yeah all being seti to earlier question. I always have been surprised that that real madrid wound interests interested a whole lot sooner. I felt all along that name on real madrid madrid his preferred the destination given that he always wanted to get out from lennon messy shadow. No there's no renaldo. I just thought that was a much going back to wherever it can work for fossil odor again looking at this study eleven the boys of highlighted ways could work but he's a right thing to do about celona well. I'm by the way you mentioned one of the names on the bench there. That's then ballet cop messy soir ingredient already. You've also then belay and you've got name us as oh. You got an extra platform fitting. They're kind of work. I mean he's been pointed out that you've got to fullback. Sues fundamental role is to attack. You've got a team that will play very high anyway. Suppose that helps helps up to a point of course it worked brilliantly. We've neymar before we've swear a messy swallow a little bit older and possibly not quite the play he was in two thousand fifteen and and you've got to find something to do with grease men and i think that tells you. This is the season that the secretary the technical secretaries weren't that keen on doing. I haven't really the money for it but the president is following this now. I still think there's a challenge. It doesn't happen but if it does yeah. It's going to be really really hard to make this work what else it could also john's high prophetically moment few start taking an extra body in midfield with all the team goal. We know how clever sales you brisket. Escape says brief can't get around the ones that know then you say well. They've got frankly. The young could do that but that's gonna be a hell of a impression not young coming into boss. Luis harm continue came in this type of player but it comes in and funfair and each for whatever reason many struggle to to get going the pressure russia the system bub blah young young. The last thing he needs is coming into such a huge club is to be left exposed and i say that because you know peop- defines will get on his back and so you have to be careful when you coach that keep saying you got to get the balance right of the side particularly in the middle of the apart to get the best you guys sit meanwhile astonishing really developments at a madrid. I'm sure one of your colleagues diego torrezon jason l. pious reporting about ends at the bernabeu who's reported in the british newspapers. The independent that dan is furious with his boss florentino keino perez at the promises made about acquiring popo obviously having come to fruition that even on the point of resigning. What can you tell us yeah i think it would be i think it would be pushing it to say that he's on the point of resigning right now but i think i think diego has been cleared. This would happen for a while. All this was possible outcome and that she we've talked on this show before as a possible outcome but the dan came back at the time he came back because he was offered guarantees because he was offered the the chance to rebuild a squad which is very different to the type of role that he did when he came in last time that went hand in hand promised to buy the plays that he wanted and in in particular as well of course to get rid of the plays that he didn't want and that includes comments rodriguez returning from loan bomb unique and then moving him on and of course the man. We've been talking about for so much this summer gara file now i don't. I think there's any doubt a tool that you see the white for example is the dan spoke about biologic. It was germany that was a message not just bio but it was a message to his board of directors all right to the president as well and i think there's no doubt saddam will be frustrated what's happening. He will be frustrated looking at this thinking. This isn't quite what i was told would happen but of course there is a difference between a club. That doesn't do what you want and a club is trying to but unable to do what you want. It's not that easy moved gareth by lawn. <hes> <hes> that's the point is a great point and that's exactly the point and there's something of this short for for weeks weeks. Is that got us bail for for whatever reason seems intent to say look. I know you want me to go bought. I'm holding a calc- because i'm under contract and i'm going to stay in. I'm gonna fight from a place whether the manager the lakes me on a said said you can try. All you want to play it in his agent decide. They're going to titan to investigate what the one england anywhere it feels like. Saddam was given certain assurances that it was a the money thing going on which is why i sympathize with unholy fees about god and listen. I understand exactly what craig seeing but then if you knew ooh that guys beer is holding all this power. If you're florentino perez not able or not willing to take on that responsibility on whether it's being what what he wants lonzo all paying a part of removing domingos guarantees not to somebody like sedan who the only reason he's coming back because he is. He's things things are going to be done his way. The gareth bills terrible football. Maybe he's not integrated into real madrid. We've been talking about for years book. He still is incredible talent so the thing is if if if i'm going to move him on sit downs got away with him so simple as well integrated interior madrid i mean he's not obviously it's just all the stories of the language and lack of but the guy's been hugely successful there the problem as incident does not wake him saw oh big player who's like you said crates holding all these laws you gotta get something out of shouli yup say. I know you just bank. What are the chances in your book. That gareth bale plays meaningful football for madrid this season well. I think there is a difference between the situation situation. When you're trying to get a player out situation wants the windows closed and the players to lynn and at that point oversee the it becomes imperative. I think to try and get something off him when and you're trying to force him out of course you tell them there's no way you'll play at that point. Maybe shifts but zan clearly does not like gareth bannon doesn't want to play the best scenario and frankly i think scenario that gareth byles kemp have in mind the best nari for our bodies that yeah zinzan doesn't last very long whoever comes in and takes over from him does one gareth altiplano apply. We shall see of course quite a way to go. In the spanish transfer window transfers talk webpage still up and running every day the updates e._s._p._n. F._c. dot com the league campaign pain kicking off this weekend athletico madrid. Perhaps the most change team of the front runners the ins and outs of headline by greenspan's departure lucas. It's an desert rodri- also leaving but zhao felix miranda making his move permanent guarantee of kibera trip here of course <hes> from sedentary different looking athletic majel felix the headline act a great preseason with the coaching eras five games three goals and forces for the man who cost one hundred twenty million young portuguese phenomenon sandwich the ninth season of l. chile diego simione is what we're looking at very different looking athletico. What's we level of expectation for them. Do you think one of the moment it feels like the expectation is that this is going to be the best of his teams. Now i think it possibly as early to say that and if you call it your minds back to early in the summer when we were looking at those departures that list you've shown just there this six regular starters in that team of players who've left and not just six regular starts but as you really embodied the kind of the identity the team you philippi lewis and one from that's who fullbacks how long they've been there the importance of golden the departure of rotary aura. He was a new arrival but he was kinda. The midfielder who's gonna take the place likes gabby for many years and of course grease men in there as well and you look at that and nothing for there's a problem here because they don't just need to change players. They're going to need to change the identity entirety. Toddy identity didn't feel like it fitted exactly with samir only with all of the things that seem yanni is being for the previous season's atletico madrid now what's happened in preseason season is to completely blow those ideas apart as to show to us or at least to make us thought to think hang on this could really work this new athletico madrid could could be every bit as good as the previous ones may even better and of course there's lots of reasons for it but one of them is that name at the top of the agile alex who's been absolutely brilliant now. It's a lot to ask. It's a huge amount of pressure to put on him but simione said the other day. One of the great things about mc seems to keep on learning. He keeps them working hard. I don't think he's a club that won't let him rest whether they'll give him the creativity and the freedom to create and to be that player that he's been we don't really know for sure but the early signs in preseason all aw this could really work and if it could really work if they really are as good as it currently looks. Why shouldn't they compete for the league. Title diego cost out this weekend against the topics sound felix compete. The only thing is it's a wait and see with particularly the by four which has been obliterated four was really the thing that glued them together for a long period because it was so in june with each other and we know how they defended the defendant times at might be a a bit more of an exciting athletico madrid say this year and not walk them with a fleet up front so yeah i mean you got to make changes at some point nice what would see and i think that made the big changes the big guys out some fresh faces and why not absolutely can give the two boys around for money paul. You're looking looking for watching them. I am yeah. I think i've always been admira simione a-this terrific manager we get the best. What is the system that enjoy whether we enjoy watching them. Play previously is questionable book. I think with this young kid assists joe phillies. E is a really special talent. I've got no doubt that they will be given the freedom to express himself and this is when when you when you're in a football club and you see a special talent coming to the football club you gotta feed a lot. Lot is a very very special talent so i think they come push the nothing they're going to be attractive to what you think without question they push boss on this. This real madrid who finished second last season yeah and as much of a departure as it is from the usual viggo symbionese teams teams what we've seen from them. This preseason has been simply outstanding and as as we sit right no when you compare what we've seen from them how things seemed to be running on compared oh to real madrid for instance which began about them before there's no question that they continue to write no more stable more settled and playing better football that madrid madrid the question is have they closed up on boston and or will they close the gap in boston. Boston is still have their issues but still no messy now. Only question around and let me team for me is our show felix. He's still a teenager outstanding as years instead of the it's indeed ever miss eddie part of our show. The youtube web page is the place to go over four hundred seven thousand subscribers and county now all four lalita which kicks off this weekend bossa loaner four to seven on to win. What would be there. <hes> fifty six years rail madrid three two athletico madrid. You can win money on athletico madrid to win the nineteen twenty league type. Let's get some predictions. Let's get some soothsaying into the show say it's actually staunchy john g relook at recent history. Last eleven years bossa have won the title h of the last eleven round madrid just twice athletico the once who's going to be giving give us your top three in order for it was very easy thing so then you said kind of ruined starting with the old sale at that price athletico madrid i mean they got to be worth a bet and bear in mind we sometimes overlook this and in particular in the first us these two seasons because madrid won the champions league but let's go madrid finished ahead of two seasons in a row now wouldn't be cute surprise for them to finish ahead of madrid. I'm gonna go barcelona. Athletico madrid might be popular. Pick bossy wouldn't deviate from that basel strongest could be really exciting. <hes> season for lead toco madrid and bearing in mind what's going to happen and they'll next you know however many days the transfer window cl madrid still have to strengthen so i'm going for them and <hes> change first second third second. I'm at this point. The only beating point is i'm. I let you i let me close to bossa than be to them. Other than the front three the top three i think is predicted to fall to the margin of how close can push passer or if you think this is craig alluded to earlier the two sons defenders earth lettuce. I i i'm not quite so savage is never really done it for me to be honest i. I just think that if comes into boston nothing sounds boss. Wanna win it so i'll go with lots more. Would you take for athletic oh to actually actually overhaul them. I mean we boss have to implode completely well. I mean on the one hand you kind of wonder if boston i'm going to have at least one on the champions league themselves and maybe that plays into to let keeping the gap very tight but a lot will have to go right for letty a lower go wrong gaurav basu and offer. Let's table. It depends on the defensive side. I it always depends on the defense. Look both the size all three sides. Formula's plays going forward and book can they block the goals of a little bit con boscell owner if they are going to throw caution to the wind unplanned system that he's going to be ultra attack come. They concede that us. We saw the defense wins championships esotique. It helps you guys in the middle of the pot lorraine to who is now potentially going to be regular. Nuts not always been the case. It's a big pressure. I didn't i think trip he had his best season last year no supporting them but so he's gonna have to improve but absolutely why with coach knish site not challenge for uh league title again i think the <hes> now then extra time every day on the show that's the portion of the show directed by your questions youtube in case you missed it. Uefa champions league qualifying third qualifying round last year's this <hes> delightful story i xe getting through by the skin of their teeth against powell from greece didn't get great celtic. The transylvanian lenience clues sang that ethan nashwan crash as a big one israeli protests a massive if nato obviously that they will be seething there is a european trophy on the line tomorrow in istanbul that would be the supercop liverpool the big womb. Yes the big one in istanbul who's going to win. Jokes problems opens at the moment getting off the pecking up off. The united defeats a little bit of pressure on ninety. Let's see we shall see well. <hes> we're back to that final on tomorrow's tomorrow show. Hey we go extra time to start with shocking use the celtics bid for uh-huh champions league glory off the wait. Another year klay was crying polo for glorious clear. Now i mean i mean i know haven't played their how potent as to the support of your club for a particularly big support sixty thousand isn't and then see the game all i can only imagine from plastics -perience much stick yes. Did you ever experience any of us. Two how some highs and some of the coverage celtic toughness it's tough to play him from when you good they'll they'll support you and when you bought and i'm trying to get my mic because they let you know about it the european collect why not be forgiven plan waiting for up and gospel and the crowd and the pressure <hes> a few eah yeah. I know some people just buckle said lo is with us said one western odyssey but first of all porto another big name crashing out of the champions league third qualifying. What did you make of that. The two three finalists from many years ago we still remember as being the craig's talking about the fines and gulf tangent but it's as a relatively good while the the most extraordinary thing i've ever seen and it was genuine. You were talking eighteen ninety thousand celtic fans and seville which is a big city but not really big enough for that many skulls else boiling four five degrees the walls and there were literally people just lying in the streets unable to move from for heat and drink and i remember going into a bar on the way to the stadium and also for drinking them saying that the only thing they had left with coffee because literally every single cold thing they had had being sold it was just an extraordinary experience and it's worth pointing this out in fairness. The celtics got absolutely lutely robbed by type thing that was that was the win that stein josie marine years managerial two thousand three. I was there. I was walking from bbc you see radio and so i was there and said right could move fluid from east midlands airport is to seville and stupidly for i walk in eastern zaire poor just been normal under was just celtic bodies lie. Whoa that wasn't an airport in the united kingdom that wasn't because not couldn't on the flights coming out of the gospel so there was splendens cantons. I run the whole of not an airport. You could go right in the u._k. That they run and finding a way to seville. It was incredibly incredibly agitated. They've made a champions league or the scottish found. This incredible fox electric says the they wanted to go against you by the way we behave well. Go some questions for ghost poll actually this. You're on your own question. Pull mariners bugle is back <hes>. How would you guys right. The premier league's use of vodka in the first okay well. The bugle look the stolen incident when yes he was up so i'm never got over. The hawk say i'm always in his armpit craig. Come on some examples pretty prolific. How did this was on yesterday to get them in a straight jacket because he's upper plate. I took the naysayers and ended up people. Who don't i don't mind i i told her thanks to step forward and as i said yesterday in the show problematic automatic things in the game in via like you know the dominance of the clubs in the relative leagues way more problem for the elite clubs just dominating anything you know be as g by liverpool city event is whoever i've never known many people to be upset with decisions that craig ah through a subjective one but i've never learned so many people take opposite well. I know that this session was correct but it was changed. Claes clubs say what did you make of <hes> <hes> first week looking from afar on the perennially well i mean in hawaii wii an the very large risk of sounding like a small pants here. I enjoyed it because i was really just watching what we've been going through for year in spain and so this this is a process that all of these discussions before we've seen before and to give you a spanish view on it or at least an englishman inspire view of it other start the season. It seems to be very everyone is buying. This season went on genuine. He got to the point where i started thinking i walk. Even justice isn't isn't enough rewards have to part with this the best thing about the stolen incident when he was offside was the reaction when the goal was chalked off by the western funds priceless astonished astonished laughing moving on michael <hes>. I think i know what the answer is going to be yet. Have any of your full manages all of you former players in a yelling match with the opponent's manager i'd be very surprised if if any uh-huh any you have had platt stood on the sideline and gone in a yellow match with an opposing management you know of no really not you. You're monitoring you. Gotta show too much with the opposition one of your manager one and getting a yelling match with yes. I think that happens. I think my just have exceeded on the sidelines only yeah that'd be unique the unique about yeah. That's what i thought i noticed the question. I had been missing for new opposing manager graham taylor who is not what he was. He was going tomato red one the me into a vote that on a couple of weeks also also graham chapman leaves loud wind in soa muesli up lovely <music>. One i understand is that one day had an argument with the manager of brunei national team mistakes jackson does sound very strange to that we on with jesse on those an english gentleman managing public very well don't know who getting a lot of argued all subjects at picking up on a question for yes today yesterday's f._c. Extra-time stevie didn't think that craig would be a good manager and county wants to know <hes> the rest of the panel coughing having monorail well. I'll see you. There wasn't go go school. Talk off this the club to pick not tight. Some mind can't even get e._s._p._n. Close australia service on his foreign but it's only four food tomato who we went to go and massachusetts on only have to do is get in the car in these foreign and the aleph fifties wallet and then we said is hopefully goldcorp so we took off the turn one night told to it but you will cost you the nicest bloke on the gulf coast with all the all the members. You're lonely yeah so why why is he pullen you but nine hundred ten south east but then the management roles were to that point golfing craig on studio craig two different in cribs to go okay what about coaching ritual which one which craig showed up golfing outflow both i watched d._v._d.'s tracy was because we're provoked been in training grounds for years of what under some big monitors deaf account because i think he's trying to see the maybe have a short fused with some of the playoffs. I've not managing courts because i've never wanted to do the poll how much you have to change to some extent did so good by you live alone. Yes i'm grits. Ah ah shouldn't be an issue said issue a uh funds ten guy ninety ten guys d._v._d.'s nine hundred ten have to pick your battles so you agree with them all right now. What mall food can ever escape and indeed guys want. Is your favorite indian food being for every <hes> maharani ending for well as a as a an and we struggle around to you to get quality that we we do ya gotta say a good spicy chicken madrid. We are <hes> indian food trinidad and tobago different from indian food anywhere right right so i'm trying to be what was yeah right here. Outside zone the bill lamb ruben diaz is gonna go to yeah. I was going to go into coma. Although i like the mile preemies wanted to say you might as well just strawberry yoga uh-huh yoga for my <hes> say carried out. I just knew that the minute you said coleman got away with in many years which is why i was gonna say madrid's even though it's not true this is this is what happens in the curry is a measure of strength. Somehow now the depends but i i would go somewhere between chicken ticket without the also chicken ticket or a really good gel frizzy liability. I believe i believe sit minute yeah <music> frizzy for me all right with a site a coma in yoga. The the the the method india yet is chicken tikka. Masala lots do stand idle inside a deal onto which is a lot aspect of it because i can fire it up the cape. We can't let you go without exploring a little bit of your recently. He concluded gino favorite t._v. Does lightning claims not well. He likes to when he goes. He goes for the traditional governments. Take on chris chris and eh gonna. It is a journey how the west was won. You just you just i did like twenty five hundred miles around the winston u._s. Tell us save it was a it was a lot of fun. Yeah go gotten a lot of national parks all in hamburgers. Which is the the permit probably probably my favorite was <hes> it was being in the sea with sea lions monterey bay all right see pasta a few years years ago striving sodas yeah best fuji hatch on the entire trip said burgers ooh <hes> that was fourteen months rise well jesse food monterey. Yeah see laugh. The low family was the dog ugly. It was it was the dog was back in madrid thing off today in the pipe <hes> and this is a bit of a side one bay comes the ozone going into a shop in summer on route sixty six. It might have been williams modern flag stop. I can't remember it was a sign on the door saying please. He's do not come in here. Pretending your dog is a service dog and i fought come on. I'm seriously do that. That was my first and my second because that's that's a great idea stellar everywhere yeah well it needs to do is pretend she's a service dog and then for some reason today about a week lights. I read an article about this today. One of one of the papers part of this is a genuine problem in particular in the u._s. People genuinely pretend they're dogs are there to help them. How brilliant story talked about how there's been problems on flights. We've we've served. I still promise you. I'm not making this up. Assistant peacocks hype have emotional assistant peacocks chee offense defense smiley face. That's for sure. I'm goodness peacocks all right so it's it's a home improvement empire is waiting to be. I tended to <hes> so lots of those on his travels. We will be back s._p._n._f._z. tomorrow. We'll ever supercup final to <hes> to review for you.

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Ep. 7 - Vamos falar de poltica, sim!

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Ep. 7 - Vamos falar de poltica, sim!

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Chief Justice, senators sworn in as Trump impeachment trial begins; Giuliani associate: "Of course" Vice President Pence knew about Ukraine pressure campaign

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

37:22 min | 1 year ago

Chief Justice, senators sworn in as Trump impeachment trial begins; Giuliani associate: "Of course" Vice President Pence knew about Ukraine pressure campaign

"I'm Wolf Blitzer in the situation room. We're following historic developments developments here in Washington for only the third time in. US history. The president of the United States is now on trial in the US Senate for alleged high crimes and misdemeanors. Here's President Donald Trump now facing two articles of impeachment accusing him of abusing the power of his office and obstructing Congress's constitutional obligation and to investigate just a short time ago. The chief justice of the United States John Roberts was sworn in to preside over the president's trial that he turned Swaran Oren members of the. US Senate will decide the president's fate while also setting the rules for the trial let's go straight to Capitol Hill right now. Our senior national correspondent Carajas joining us mono truly solemn proceedings there today marking the next phase of this historic episode. Walk us through these momentous moments CBS senators said they could feel the weight of the history of the moment as they sat in the room. They took the oath of office. And there's a trial is about to begin in just a matter of days now it started of course when the house impeachment manager walked from the House side of the Capitol to the Senate side of the Capitol then read aloud the articles of impeachment later the the Chief Justice's Supreme Court took his own oath. He was sworn in and then the senators took Rhode may vowed to do impartial justice. Here you we hear you. All persons are commanded to keep silent on paying over imprisonment while the House of Representatives is exhibiting to the Senate of the United States the articles of impeachment against Donald John Trump president of the United States. The managers on the park of the House will now proceed. Donald J trump president of the United States is impeached for high crimes and misdemeanors with permission of the Senate. I will now read. The articles of impeachment and president trump used the powers of the presidency in a manner that compromised the national security of the United States and undermine the integrity eighty of the United States democratic process. The presiding officer will now administer the oath to John G Roberts chief justice of the United States. I am now prepared. Take the oath. Will you pay your left hand on the Bible. Raise your right hand do you solemnly swear that an all things appertaining. We need to the trial of the impeachment of Donald. John Trump president of the United States. Now pending you will do impartial justice according to the Constitution Russian in the laws. So help you God I do ship. We'll all senators now stand remain standing and raise their right hand. Do you solemnly swear that in all things appertaining to the trial of the impeachment of Donald John Trump president of the United States now pending you will do impartial justice according to the Constitution and laws. So help you God. Aw Now the ceremonial aspects of the trial. Essentially Don and we're about to get into the meat of the trial. Briefs will be submitted by the House. Impeachment trim managers over the next couple of days. And then expect also that the how the White House is. The president's defense team will submit their briefs as well. They'll go and then on Tuesday. This Day is when the debate I organizing resolution that will set the terms of the trial. Democrats are expected to try to force some votes to try to push The Senate consider witnesses at least up front as well as documents. Republicans say. That's an issue that should be considered later that could flare up at the beginning of the trial. And once that's done that's that's when the opening arguments began the Democrats will make their case. Presidents team will make their case and then incentives will have to decide what to do next wolf whether or not they'll be witnesses for evidence that would be made available mono I want to ask you something that happened today with you up on Capitol Hill when you attempt to air a very fair series important. Morton question to Republican Senator Martha mcsally of Arizona. A question about the upcoming trial in the Senate watch this the new party. It's not answering a fair question. She simply called you a liberal hack. It was discussing. It was awful. She should know better. Certainly you're one of the most respected did congressional reporters up on Capitol Hill. Walk us through what was going through your mind at that time. Well the key question at this moment because House Democrats crests are planning to present evidence in this trial including evidence that has not been submitted yet through the course of the impeachment inquiry things that we've come out of left harness. It's providing a number of documents lots of documents. The House Intelligence Committee of course that's former Giuliani associated. And this possible. There's going to be even more evidence that will come out how wild the trial is ongoing and at that point senator is like Martha mcsally will have that his choice to make about whether to vote to allow new evidence to be considered so so a key question that I have and a lot of reporters up your hat about whether or not senators will agree and vote to actually allow that new evidence to come forward and Mouth Mc Sally as you can seawolf did not want to talk about and also. She's in the middle of a very difficult reelection race. And she's using that exchange to fundraise for her campaign awful. I take itchy. She or her staff. No one has reached out to apologize to you. I have not heard from them at all. They did the right thing She would personally call you and say I'm sorry. It was an awful awful thing that she did our thanks very much for that. The trial begins as associated of the president's lawyer Rudy. Giuliani is now directly implicating. Mr Trump in the Ukraine crane scandal. Our chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta. Joining US Jim Tonight. The president is team they are responding. That's right wolf and despite a growing number of photos and even video showing the two men together. President trump kept repeating himself over and over the dozen know Rudy. Giuliani associate left. The White House is attacking. Parner saying he cannot be trusted in the Oval Office. The president suggested party who has been indicted is simply trying to cut her better deal for himself in response to the president's comments an attorney for par just a short while ago tweeted out a video of his client with Mr Trump you over with the administration's alleged dirt for dollar scheme heading to trial in the Senate. The president is Sounding angry and firing back at left Parnis who is pointing the finger at Mr Trump in Ukraine. Scandal this president. What is your response to live partners? Who says your efforts? It's in Ukraine. Were all about twenty twenty. I don't know parse other than I guess they had pictures taken which do thousands of people that know nothing about him. He's trying they probably make a deal for president insisted. He's only posed for photos with the indicted associated. Rudy Giuliani. And nothing more. Mr Trump did not respond to parnassus claim that multiple officials in the administration knew about the alleged pressure campaign for information on Joe Biden telling CNN at one point to be quiet so when he says Mulvaney knew about the bold new about this quiet you just have to take a look at the pictures you just have to take a look at the polls. You see anybody's help. I don't need the help of a demand that I never met before I welcome him to say that even more every time. He says they'll show them another picture. He's lying he's lying in an interview with C. N. N.'s Anderson Kupa partners is offering to do more than just produce more photos standing with the president saying he's willing to testify on Capitol Hill. How you personally viewed it? This is about twenty twenty to help him get the next four years those away. Everybody viewed that I mean there was that was the most important thing for him to stay out for another four years and keep the fight going. I mean there was no other reason for doing it. President also maintained. He didn't know anything about a letter written by his personal attorney. Rudy Giuliani to the leader of Ukraine requesting. The meeting a letter that claim to have Mr Trump's consent I didn't know about a specific ladder. But if he wrote a letter wouldn't have been a big deal house speaker. Nancy Pelosi blasted Republicans. Who are resisting assistant? Calls from. Democrats to hear from witnesses like parties and former National Security Adviser John Bolton during Mr Trump's trial in the Senate fair afraid of the truth. They don't WanNa see documents connect. They don't want to hear from eye-witnesses President's defenders say parnes doesn't deserve the attention he's getting. This man lacks credibility one more piece of damaging information surfaced purpose as the federal watchdog. The Government Accountability Office found. The White House broke the law. In Withholding Aid Ukraine saying a statement faithful execution of the law does not permit. The the president is substitute is on policy priorities for those that Congress has enacted into law. And I've been here since the time of president four so I have never ever seen a report like this objective so strongly the actions of a president now. We also attempted to ask about former Ukrainian ambassador. Maria Vich and whether there was an effort to intimidate or or conduct surveillance on her but the president did not respond to those questions as age shouted at us to leave the Oval Office. At the moment. The President says he is still heading to the Global Economic Forum. Malvo's next week a trip that would take him far away from the impeachment trial that will be unfolding next week in the Senate at least temporarily president guests that the trial would go very quickly but as the White House snows and the president knows all too. Well there's no guarantee of that Davos Switzerland Art. Thanks very much Jim. Acosta over at the White House. Let's get some more on all of this joining us now. House Senator Chris Van Holland of Maryland. Senator thanks so much for joining US great to be with the history of what happened today. What was it like when you were in the Senate you run the Senate the floor? You were sworn in by chief. Justice of the United States John Roberts and then you sign that that ledger. It was a solemn moment I mean the weight of history was. Yeah I think on the Senate Chamber Senators and when you sign the book and raise your hand and take the oath To do justice. That's an important Horton moment. And now the question is whether the Senate will live up to that oath. What was the mood among not just your democratic colleagues but your Republican colleagues as as well When when you were all sworn in and you all individually had assigned I think people recognize the serious of serious so the moment you have the chief justice the United States is presiding? The United States Senate. I I've never seen that. Obviously that occurred back during the last impeachment trial of a president was twenty one years I was twenty one years ago and so the the moment I do. Think sunk in for senators The question is whether that moment and that feeling will stick and whether people will recognize the seriousness of the job at the moment. So what are you anticipating. What do you expect? You will happen starring in one. PM on Tuesday when the formal arguments will be made. I just from the Democrats. The house managers They'll have a few days to make their case. Then the the White House counsel will make their case. That'll be a few days. What do you anticipate well? The first first thing that will happen was Senator McConnell will seek approval of the demotion. He will put forward to govern the first part of this trial and at that time Up Senator Schumer will make motions seeking witnesses. We just heard the conversation that you've been having with others about why we have to hear from key witnesses Mrs. It's not unusual for new evidence to come out during the trial and for Republicans to take the position that they don't want to hear anything or see anything is is a dereliction of duty. So you're going to be hearing motions for that coming up in that first phase. Well assuming that there are forty seven Democrats fifty three Republicans Mitch McConnell majority of their doesn't want to have that fight right now. He says wait until after both sides make their respective cases their arguments. Then you can have a discussion about witnesses. This is what happened during the bill. Clinton impeachment trial. Well of course. The major distinction between the Clinton trial in this trial is in the Clinton trial. All the witnesses that they wanted to call for the trial in the Senate had previously testified under oath in related proceedings whereas in this case the witnesses were seeking seeking our witnesses who did not testify in the house. Why because president trump blocked them from doing so and blocked the documents? But it may well be the case. That senator Senator McConnell has the votes for this first face to not have witnesses but make no mistake. Republican senators will be facing that vote later in the trial as books is make their arguments. I WanNa talk to you about the government. Accountability Office bombshell today in which the accused the trump administration of actually breaking federal the law by delaying the delivery of nearly four hundred billion dollars in military assistance to Ukraine. I know you you've been involved in looking at that as well. Yeah I asked the Gao about this question back in October during a hearing and then about a month ago ask them for a formal legal opinion. And today's decision was Zeh bombshell right. This is a non-partisan independent organization determined. Conclusively that the trump administration violated the law when the Eagle illegally withheld funds. The money was appropriated the nearly four hundred billion dollars by the House and the Senate and signed into into law by the president and signed into law by the president and so the Senate. The president has a duty to faithfully execute the laws. That's what the. Gao said and by elite withholding those monies he violated the Impoundment Control Act. And this of course was part of the president's overall scheme and abuse of power in it's important to recognize that we have other public evidence that the president directed the agencies to withhold those funds so the president directed the agencies to commit an illegal act. Do you I want love partners Rudy. Giuliani associated is now under criminal. Indictment to testify before this trial while the revelations he talked about. Really really are blockbusters. The house managers will have to determine whether or not they want to seek his testimony. They already have a lot of the documents and the documents they they already have. Many of them will be part of the trial. Were expecting that they will get more information and that should be included in the trial as to whether or not to call him in person really. That's a question. The house managers to determine shift the lead house measuring his colleagues. They can make that decision. That's right see if fifty one votes in the Senate will allow that well exactly exactly. And that's the real test. I mean we talked about the solemn nature of the moment but the question is whether the Senate will live up to the constitutional requirement that we tried. Hi this case. And a trial requires getting to the truth. And that means getting the heavens crystalline in Maryland as usual. Thanks so much. Appreciate it very much up next. President trump predicts predicts a quick trial and assists will carry on with business as usual including an overseas trip to Davos Switzerland next week. Will the booming economy overshadow impeachment. And despite the president's repeated claims he doesn't know Rudy Giuliani's associate parnis. There's new video tonight. APARNA and the president it has just been released the attorney we have that and much more right afterwards. Hey Kristen ludlow and I'm candace Parker we've you've got a new podcast properly called low and parker on our show you'll hear our takes on the NBA league that we both eat sleep and breathe every day. Listening in on one of the League's most plugged invoices in Kristen and not to mention getting into perspective from a two-time WNBA MVP and one of the most decorated athletes to ever play the game and candice. We talked to some of our friends from around the game. Pop Culture and more search for Lebanon Parker and subscribe today. We'll all senators now. Stander remains standing and raise their right hand. Do you solemnly swear that in all things appertaining to the trial trial of the impeachment of Donald John Trump president of the United States now pending you will do impartial justice according to the Constitution and laws. So help you God. It's truly a historic day here. In Washington as the impeachment trial of president trump formally began with the swearing in of the senators by chief justice. John Roberts let's get the insight of our political and legal experts and you've covered congress for a while. Give us your thoughts as you Sauve the pomp and circumstance unfold very deliberately today on the floor of the Sun. Well we were just talking to your your guests From the last segment Senator Van Holland and and he said it felt the way it looked to us which is heavy and real and solemn. And I know that's maybe already an overused overused word but the visual of that. We're looking at it right now. Off All one hundred senators standing at their desks putting their hands up and then having to go and signed nine the oath book is a reminder to to all of them Democrat and Republican that they are They're jurors serves their individual judges. However you want to say it but they are the ones who are supposed to decide Whether or not this crime time that the house indicted the president on Hill he will be convicted for And of course between now and then so so much Rides on what fifty-one. What a simple majority of these senators believe? When it comes to witnesses and documents that will L. or should be admissible as part of that child? You Know Gloria. This is only the third time in American history. There has been a Senate trial and impeachment. Trial of sitting. President of the United States was the weight of history today. Palpable sure absolutely. I kept hearing the words impartial justice. And you think about that. Well I hope they can do that. It's there's no there is no bombast in the Senate today which we're used to there. Were no speeches in the Senate which mature used to and we know that go into this trial not only will there be no speeches from senators. They will not be allowed to speak to each other. And they're going to be forced I to listen to lawyers make their cases and then they're going to have to decide whether they need more information and and whether they wanna have witnesses and they we know that there are people on both sides have going into that chamber and have made up their minds lines one way or another The question is whether they will really be listening to for information that they don't really no now and what new we will learn during this during this trial and I have to thank and I don't know what you think your lawyer whether there's there's this is so unprecedented that there could be more information coming out as this trial continues. No I mean look the the contrast of all all this sort of partisan rancor that we're so used to the standard with the chief justice of the Supreme Court standing up there asking senators to swear that they will do impartial justice under the law. That oath still means something though. Senators are going to have to sit here now for a number of days and weeks and decide. What does that mean for them? You know we know that we we shouldn't kid ourselves that sixty seven votes in the Senate. You know we'll suddenly materialize to convince the president and remove him from office but we do know that there are a lot of Republicans that are really uncomfortable. The what the president did believe what he did is fundamentally indefensible and are resentful of having to defend it so one thing that might happen as we move forward in this sort sort of solemn tone is that we might see sort of cracks forming in terms of whether or not Republicans are are willing to defend the president and go along with a party line. That kind of distance could be something that ends up being really POW publ to voters in how they understand these proceedings unfolding and whether it's just a matter of partisanship or there really is something substantive table you give us your thoughts on what you saw. How this day unfolded today? You know what's striking to me is just how anachronistic this whole thing is is and will be when it begins next week and how that is in such direct contrast with how the president operates on a daily basis his use of tweets to control the narrative. It is his desire to have His defenders being vocal and and You know in front of the cameras defending him. The impeachment process that started today is going to be something that is not functioning on Donald Trump's terms and I think it's going to be A real challenge for the president to deal with that to deal with the fact that they're all going to be sitting in this room with no electric devices. They cannot speak to each other. They can't really speak at at all and they're going to have other people defending him in a incredibly sober way. That's that's one of the things I kept thinking about today. I don't know how he's going to cope with that. He's already lashing out today when when he spoke to the press At the White House this afternoon but next week I think will be a big challenge for him in that respect And I also think that these hearings because this is a little different from the way that the the Clinton impeachment unfolded. We are not done with the fact-finding in this process yet there is still a lot that we don't know and there is a sense of uncertainty as we go forward into the next week about what we might learn that we do not already not know about what transpired when it comes to the issue of the president's conduct Ukraine and the the defense spending that he held up according to the the Democrats in order to get this investigation into his political speaking. We're getting explosive new allegations from Rudy. Giuliani associate lived PARNIS. We're GONNA that much more on all the important news right afterwards. Hi Everyone I'm poppy be harlow were out with a new boss files episode fashion designer. Eileen Fisher she sees her brand as a platform and her employees are encouraging her to stand end up on social issues including climate chain. She's a leading voice on environmental sustainability in the fashion industry. Also her take on profit sharing and she owns sixty percent of her company and her employee owned the rest plus her advice for all of us as parents out there what she wishes she she done differently as a mother and how Eileen Fisher uses meditation guide her work and her life here at all. I'm boss finds I and subscribe today. We're back with our political and legal experts. I WanNa talk to you about Love parts the Rudy Giuliani associated. He's under criminal indictment right now. He's already turned over thousands of pages of documents. Congress he's doing public interviews speaking to our own Anderson Cooper Ah that interview later tonight. enter suppressed Parnis on which administration figures. He alleges knew about the Ukraine scheme. I want you to watch this us. You're saying vice president pence new. Well not quite vice president the everything we were doing out. I'm sure he knew he was. Of course he knew everybody knew. WHOA everybody that quote was close trump? No the that this was a thorn in the side. This was a serious situation. Both in Bolton Baldini Mulvaney Both in I don't think agreed with it. I think good. There's certain people that agreed with it. And then he called it a drug dealer on the hill I think is a very important witness because it then between me and Bolton we could fit in all the dots I think because I was on the ground there and he was over here. You'd be willing to testify. I would be very willing to testify justify any chance you think. He will actually testify before the so. It's one of the questions right. That that is unanswered. Sir Will there be any witnesses. And if so who and certainly he made a compelling case on Anderson Cooper saying in those things. That's that's one thing it's another thing to have to say it under oath. Meaning you know we gotta make you gotTa make sure the people who are judging historians have to make sure that it's true and So it's not just his testimony but it's also the documents that he's claims back up what he's saying. And you know the the the challenge for the Democrats trying to prosecute. This case is a lot of those documents or in the White House and the White House won't give it over So Oh this does but this does play into the line that we've heard from Democrats in the House and now the Senate which is your maybe? You're not gonNA vote to convict baby. You'RE GONNA vote to quit but you at least need a fair trial and you senators. Who are the jurors slash judges you? You can change that you can make that happen with just one vote. You heard Chuck Schumer. Gloria the minority leader Democratic leader in the Senate say that the new Parnis Ernest evidence or allegations. Whatever you WANNA call it and the GAO report alleging that the trump administration broke the law by not providing that assistance to Ukraine? And that that will help them. Push for witnesses during the course of this trial. What do you think I think so I think it? It strengthens their case whether the Republicans are going to listen to it or not is another other is another story but you have the General Accounting Office which is a non-partisan branch of government. Saying the president can't do what he did. And how do you not pay attention to that. If you're a sitting United States senator. I think you have to pay attention to it. There are Republicans who are coming coming out. I think Congressman McCarthy said today. Well it was right to to hold up the aid because of course he was concerned about corruption. According to Lev Parnis this as we as we heard today wasn't concerned about corruption it was concerned about Joe Biden also the State Department trump State Department said that that they gave the green-light right. That's right right. That's right and also as they were gathering this. Gao report that the State Department did not cooperate when they were when they were trying to their information nations. Right right so I think that how do you just say sorry. We're not paying any attention to this. It is up to Adam Schiff and the rest of the house managers to weave this in to their legal case and make the case that we need to hear from President kept saying today when he had that little exchange with reporters. I eat a eight hundred. No Love Parnes. He takes pictures with a lot of people. He doesn't know who they are later this afternoon. Love Parnis posted this video of his client Left apprentices attorney posted the video of his client with the president and mar-a-lago looked like both having a good time over there and promised that they would be posting more pictures every time the the president said. I don't know this guy look. There's there's going to be a lot of questions about the credibility of love Paris. He's made a huge range of allegations. Some things it's hard to imagine. Why exactly he would even know? What the vice president or attorney general no other things? He's clearly talking about things he did. Conversations he had with Rudy Giuliani on Ukrainian officials and and most importantly he has produced documents to back that up. The single most significant thing is not what love is saying although it certainly will become an important issue moving being forward but I think the the single most important document. Is this letter. That Rudy Giuliani sent to the president of Ukraine which he says in black and white I represent the president of the United States. I am acting with his with his knowledge and consent now. The White House is saying that the president's never met love partners is the White House claiming that that letter is inaccurate in that letter is a forgery or or are they acknowledging that this is Rudy Giuliani holding himself. Out to Foreign Leah. I mean I think thinking for left Parnis misses the execution of this whole execution part of this whole alleged scheme and he has the documents to prove it but I know it seems like a million years ago but John Bolton to the president's former national security adviser is willing to testify. He's made that clear and he has the other part of this. which is the inside? The White House view of what was going on. What Rudy Giuliani was up to you how it was viewed by the professionals and by the people close to the president so I think the combination of these two individuals The actual physical documents aparna has to provide to this process and Bolton's willingness to testify is really pretty compelling for Republicans ends Who who want to look fair in this process? It's very difficult to do that when they're leaving a lot of evidence pretend they're going to demand from the Democrats in return. That's the question question. Hunter Biden. I don't think so. Well we're GONNA find out over the next two or three weeks What happens A quick programming note to our viewers. You can see Anderson Cooper's interview view with Rudy Giuliani's associate love partis later tonight eight PM Eastern right here on CNN. Coming up an astonishing request to Congress from the US intelligence community. A request apparently made to avoid antagonizing president trump in the learning about an extraordinary request to Congress from the top. US intelligence agencies source tells CNN. They're asking Congress not to hold public hearings on their annual report about worldwide threats to the United States. Let's bring in our senior national correspondent. Alex Alex are the intelligence agencies essentially actually scared of how the president will react to their public tested. That's certainly what it seems wolf. This is really stunning. These are the foremost experts and analysts for subjects that cover the entire hire globe. And what they're saying now is we don't want to give our findings in public. This is something that happens. Every year essentially the intelligence community the heads of the various the agency's led by the director of National Intelligence are invited to Capitol Hill to give both classified behind closed door hearings as well as public look hearings to the House and Senate intelligence committees and now what we're hearing from a source telling our colleagues at Cohen is that they don't want to do those public hearings and and the major reason why is you can point exactly what happened last year. You had the then director of National Intelligence. Dan Coats the director Gina Hospital and others up there talking about some very hot button issues. The most pressing foreign policy issues that the US is facing today. Iran North Korea cybersecurity Isis Russia and in a number of those cases. If not all of them what they were finding was counter to what the president was pushing in terms of policy on Iran for example the president was really playing up the threat from Iran whereas the intelligence community found that at that time they were not working towards a nuclear weapon on North North Korea. This was when the president was trying to forge ties with Kim Jong Un. Play up the relationship. He had with them and and expressing optimism that they would denuclearize whereas the intelligence community found that they were not likely to give up their weapons stockpile and immediately following the hearings we heard as we often do from the president president on twitter blasting his own intelligence chiefs. And I want to read you part. Two of his tweets he writes the intelligence people seem to be extremely passive and naive when it comes to the dangers of Iran. They are wrong and then he goes on to write. Be careful of Iran. Perhaps intelligence should go back to school so woeful really does seem like the intelligence community does not want a repeat of last year. Remember last year saying at one point To a senior intelligence official you know. There's an excellent graduate school here in Washington the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. Where I went you may want to go back to school? He laughed at it was that. But that's what the president said. Maybe they should go back to school. Alex mark where. Thanks very much for that report. Coming up Ukraine launches an investigation as a new figure in the scandal suggest the. US ambassador was under surveillance. President Trump said trial begins. Ukraine is now investigating whether former. US Basseterre Marie Ivanovich was under surveillance by people are working to advance Mr Trump's efforts to get Ukraine to investigate his political rivals specifically the Biden. Didn't the surveillance concerns sparked by newly revealed communications between an associate of trump. Lawyer Rudy Giuliani. We're talking about love and a man named Robert. Hi C. N. N.'s. Brian Todd joining us with details. Brian Robert Hyde is a new figure. In all of this What are you finding out about? We've learned tonight. That Robert Hyde is very controversial. Fuel a man with very erratic patterns of behavior who is now trying to explain texts of his suggesting he was tracking the former ambassadors movements and security. He's an obscure candidate for a congressional seat from Connecticut. A long shot at best. He calls himself. An ardent trump supporter has contributed contributed. Tens of thousands of dollars to the President's campaign and inauguration committee has enthusiastically posed for photos with trump and his top allies. But it's not clear that he knows any any of them yet. Tonight Robert Hyde finds himself in the middle of the Ukraine scandal today. FBI agents visited his Home Office in Connecticut. US federal prosecutors and and Ukrainian police are investigating him. This comes after hides texts came to light about tracking the moves of Maria Vich the former. US Ambassador to Ukraine according putting two house documents hide sent those text in March of last year to love. Parnis an associate of Rudy Giuliani's text from Hyde which house officials say refer to Yovich. Did you say wow can't believe trump hasn't fired this expletive. I'll get right in that. She under heavy protection outside. Keith hide sent Parnasse a text saying they're moving unhurt tomorrow. One text says they are willing to help. If we you would like a price. Guess you can do anything in the Ukraine with money tonight. Democrats crafts informer diplomats are demanding. An investigation was the ambassador being threatened. So I'm looking for a vigorous Investigation of what went on on here because ambassador Ianovich At the House Intelligence Committee testified that she was Felt intimidated but high tweeted. He was just playing us and in an interview last night with CNN affiliates Sinclair's show America this week. He denied he ever had is on Yovich. Absolutely absolutely not a little deeper Connecticut and left Parma's told MSNBC he never thought the ambassador was endanger. I don't believe it's true. thinking she was either drunk or he's was trying to make himself bigger than it was so I didn't take it seriously. Robert Hi is a builder and landscaper with a complicated complicated past. There are so many Bodies of law enforcement and Lawmakers who are examining his behavior closely clearly because it does include some erratic and unusual patterns last May before launching his campaign for the House. Hide was at president. Trump's durell resort in Florida. When Reverend show police were called because he indicated quote he was in fear for his life was set up and that a Hitman was out to get him as a result of this? The police You know t took him in and I brought him to a medical facility for involuntary confinement less than a month later records say police in Connecticut. Connecticut confiscated several shotguns and rifles from Hyde quote due to a current protective order. Last July court documents show a judge in Washington issued a protective -tective order against hide for allegations that included stalking. CNN has contacted high to comment on these incidents. But he's offered no response as for a possible threat back to you. Vantage former CIA diplomats tells CNN ambassadors are constantly being tailed by foreign spies and terrorists. Not by the likes of Robert Hide. You're you're vulnerable to being surveilled to think that it would be American citizens who were threatening the facility or personnel for political reasons is just outrageous but again Robert Hyde is denying that he ever ever had is on Marie Avanovic and he's denied any intent to harm the ambassador. Nevertheless molested chairman of Connecticut's Republican Party is tonight calling for high to drop out of that Congressional race which hide has indicated to reporters. He will not do Wolf Brian. Todd reporting thanks for that report coming up historic appeasement trial of President Donald Trump begins with the swearing in of the chief justice and members of the Senate.

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The Most Anticipated Releases of 2019

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The Most Anticipated Releases of 2019

"This week on the Ledeen hard rock and metal circus. We discuss the most anticipated releases coming up in twenty nine teen guys ready. It's election day. You get the vote for the bans the artists that you wanna hear in two thousand nineteen hit us up. That's what we're talking about. You're listening to the Ledeen hard rock and metal circus changing rock history one podcast at a time. All right, everybody. Welcome back to the Ledeen, hard rock and metal circus. My name is Lou Lombardi, aka Lou Dini. Election day erection day. Ooh. Better in celebration of erection day. I have a very special song. I wanna play for you guys. Specialties? Oh, it's so special that like you and you're going to like. Down by theme song here and check out. This is. Tito, lavar area anarchy in the USA. Okay. All right. All right. You're listening to Houdini hard rock and metal circus lily V sixes with me the co-pilot Sheridan. I was up. What's up what's going on with you? Do you know anything call, you know, erections for you? Now, I don't for lily tonight on erection day. But how many of you out there got an erection today? Let us know no questions we have here at The Danny hard rock and metal circus are going to be talking about some of the most interesting fated releases coming up in. In twenty one thousand nine hundred. In two thousand nineteen. So we have a whole list talk about and what, you know, not only leases coming up. What bands? Would you wish would do something? Finally, there's a lot of bands are being kind of like aunt coming. You know, get a record out. Listen bands. We play here on the pike Essex flying, Joe. So I wrote up mic guys come on. Let's do another record. I wanna hear another record. So all down another great, man. We play here on the show hasn't done records. It's like twenty fifteen or so get another record. I guys come on. I'm ready to rock. So do a dance. We're gonna be talking about that tonight. You are listened to the Lou Dini hard rock and metal circus L. Let me go ahead and just throw the website accidents. That is. Lucchini rock and roll circus dot com is the actual website in wanna go there because you can share the pike guests all kinds of till I interviewed Nita Strauss again by the. Yeah. And so I just tons of interviews tons of specialty podcast rock and rans bluesy Tuesday. We could riff Wednesday all kinds of cool stuff up. They're the ones you like please share them around when you share the podcast round. Which do you're doing your part kind of like voting on ice squeegee there to to keep guitar driven music alive. So share the podcast round. If you like something chances are your friends are gonna like it too. They're gonna want to rock out to it's just a great way to kind of spread the love share the music and help some of these bands out the just are not getting their due on corporate medium. Now, the other thing you can do if you are, you know, a real maniac like me and lily and you'd like you can get tattooed on your exactly if you'd like to be a part of community of people that really are passionate about. Great guitar driven rock hard rock heavy metal stuff like that. Then I encourage you during my inner circle and that his moon Lombardi's dot com backs like inner circle or a lot of people that are probably tastes. But through that, you can meet hang out with postal stock share stuff around say space school, check it. I Lombardi music dot com. Backslash inner circle. Okay. Now, get all that out. I mean, it's just like was getting that was a long astronaut song asks long asks how long is your aspirin frigging law? I have a case of long asked. Okay. So. What's going on with you? Do you do anything fun? You saw bohemian rhapsody. This. I did see bohemian rhapsody. And if you have not seen that movie, Lou go see that movie Ramey. Does such a great job as Freddie Mercury. It's like spot on I loved it and the whole scene with lie. They just lose pretty moving not gonna lie. Yeah. I don't want to give too much. If you have the. Yeah. We're your bowels move. They were. Wow, it will even move your bowel so much so cool stuff. Okay. We are live on by like just personal channel and sharing to rock ridge. We're trying something a little bit different tonight with some technical difficulties last week. So we're trying to say things we're trying some new things to work out. So those of you were used to seeing us on rock rage shared it over there. You should be able to tune in. And, you know, hit the likes in the shares and throws the comments and everything as well. So we're still getting some things figured out. And so it's all good. Hopefully, Keith will be joining us again. We haven't some technical difficulties getting him in fly up. Cater net. Yeah. Just goofy ship. So. So we'll get it all figure you see what I wrote here. The Lou Dini, hard rock and metal circuses. There's more than one oh, God is more than one. No need that. That'd be all kinds of problems that ain't nobody got time for that. And nobody got time for that. So bohemian rhapsody you could get thumbs up. I give it a thumbs up five stars all the things if you don't like it. You can go to help. Sorry. It was good. I really was worried. It wasn't going to be good at super guy. So I was telling lily before we came on tonight that because she was asked me she's like, well, did you go see bohemian rhapsody? And I know I did not. And let me tell you guys. What happened? We went to the movie theater to see bohemian rhapsody. And we saw that spirit was playing as well. And my girlfriend's. Oh, I really want to be scared because we both like scary movies. And I just had his little feeling like she's not going to like I just had that feeling because I because the spirit is a dairy was originally. Daria Argenta, film, foreign film. It's weird. It's strange, and I had there was no reason to believe that this was going to be any different. And I was right. The very strange weird movie that my girlfriend absolutely did not like it's very long. But I found it absolutely riveting. It's been a long time since I sat in a movie completely, you know, like on the edge of your. Yeah. Like stiff like so tense with my hand over my mouth. Like that time when the when the horrible things happen in that movie. They're really fricking horrible. Let me just they they don't Lynch away from anything horrible. It is in your fucking face. But it is it is a long movie is a lot of kind of it is set in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven year that you original was released, and it's kinda cold to kind of see the girls in the seventies fashion and part of it. It. Yeah. Yeah. That there's stuff about it. Tilda Swinton place. Two parts in it. She. But you, but it's not for everybody. If you need if you are a, and if I say horror movie, and you think like insidious, the conjuring those kinds like modern horror films. This is not for you. If you can deal if you are kind of person who can relax into like just a really cool well shot. Beautiful looking film with Coquelles Kelly character development, and you can deal with some subtitles it is it is an English mostly, but also in some German and some French, but there's something that will see you don't worry about that. If you can deal with that. And you know, kind of a slower pace relaxed kind of face what happened what I found with me was because of the slow pace. It kept me free like terrified that like something horrible is going to happen like any sack? So I felt that that added to it. But not everybody's gonna agree with me on the side of people that you guys like the more modern kind of movies. They could removed an hour the cut removed an hour from it could have been a solid film at ninety minutes. There's a whole character in there that doesn't really need to be in there, and they could have done it a little bit differently and made a faster pace film. It just not what they did. So I that the performances were great Dakota Johnson and till the sweat in are just they have amazing onscreen chemistry. So if you can deal with a slower. Paste kind of film something that really kind of builds in like throw shit at you randomly. We didn't at least expecting it. Skier kind of thing. It is kind of already. It's kind of an art house kind of film. It's not like a mainstream kind of films with keep that in mind. A lot of people aren't going to like a lot of you guys who watch our show listener show aren't gonna probably not probably not. But I'm throwing it out through to some of you might. So I just wanted to talk about that. Because you out so I'm gonna have to go see building rhapsody. So I think Sharon she's right now to go. Distract out. Soon but this weekend. But so I just wanted to kind of do we like to kind of talk about what we did through. We I didn't really do too much of the week. And you you what you would see John five though Sunday. Yeah. John five was Venus infers locals band. John five Wednesday thirteen who I finally got to see they never ever come here. They're always in Cleveland. Oh, I loved him favourite favorably. All are they Indian after we can indeed enough that we can play on the podcast, you probably could get away with it. Okay. I would think awesome though. I would got they did not play all the songs that. I knew everything they played was awesome. And he puts on such a good show. He's got like costume shit and everything then called again Wednesday thirteen Wednesday, thirteen okay. This is not Wednesday thirteen, but this is a really cool band called phantasm dangerous kiss debt from the album dance of the veil on the Ledeen hard rock and metal Sergey. I'm sorry. I'm afraid I have to that. Phantasm guys cool ban. We've been playing them off and on on the podcast reverb nation dot com. Backslash Frenna nine VR A N A nine phantasm. I I think that's on frigging. Brock's, actually say. Rocks. Loud. Fucking your loud. I'm loud. Dance veils from the dangerous kiss. So chick guys out. Rick Rick Verana is that it's his project. And they are if you if you got to get the little thing get our Email us, you'll see send you updates on new tracks that they put up all the time. You don't wanna miss it? It's all great stuff. He's amazing Dr player and very good song writer, so check them out as so tonight. I think we can maybe pop in talking about this week's topic. We're just kind of like relaxing around its erection day anarchist. And if you're an anarchist like election days like fuck you. We don't give shit. Go fuck yourself. So I don't care enough. Exactly. So lori. Let's get let's get into some of these. New release toll. There's supposed to be told coming out into twenty nine hundred two. I don't care about. You. Don't kill one. Throwing that out there tool. I felt sleep at a toll concert girl. Don't tell me stuff like that. It's true. Okay. So what do you got one? So let's talk about some of the ones that are coming out some of the ones that like I would I told keep saying they're going to do a record. Yeah. They're not. But they're putting it off and put it off on like when I'm gonna do right him a strongly worded. I'm told tribute act and I'm gonna put a tool album out. Do it. How do you like me? Now. That's what I call it. Now what all's the I'll call it a call the project tools S. So I can't. Who's tools lose tools? So what what do you got on your? There's some that. I I'm very interested in seeing what they're going to do. So what do you got on your list? Go ahead and start with rob zombie supposed to have wanted twenty nineteen. He's juggling movies and music. So hopefully that actually happens the last one he did was twenty sixteen the electric Warlock acid, which the Tanic or g celebration dispenser was the last one. So it's a mouthful it. Sure is so I'm kind of fingers crossed. It's going to be good. I'm kind of anticipating that because I do love him. And I do love when tours. Good life. God. He's awesome. Some live summer. This with Marilyn Manson. So how was that? It was awesome. He's he's a little older. So he's not running around as much, but he's still running around and jumping and doing the kicks in the whole thing. Very thin style. I don't want to say that. But you know. Yeah. He's good. He's still sounds good. I love all of that short little heard the queen's Reich are you queen's Reich fan. It's supposedly. I know I have that they're going to be doing a record. They even have a release date. I'm so excited. So what's tell us about it? What do what do you? What's on your what do you got on your? I pretty much the same thing. They have their albums gonna come out March first twenty nineteen supposedly that's the release date called the verdict. Their last album was conditioned human 2015. Literally one of the only ones on the list that has a release date named the album. So I'm that's pretty good time. Yes. So it's that's probably definitely going to happen then. Yeah. I think queen's Reich is a great bit. You know, I love it was really funny because just like literally I looked this up a couple weeks ago. It was literally like three or four months. Baby six queen's Reich released empire, which is like an amazing. It's like it's one of those records. It's all killer. No filler. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Great song after another. And I when I heard that record. I really thought this band is the future. This is where rock is going and six months later, nirvana breaks, and everything changed and queens and another band that did recognise the same month extreme released pornography pornography the same month that empire. And that is a killer recognize out. These two bands are like they're doing the rock thing on a different way. They're bringing something different to queen's Reich with the sort of more like kind of almost beetle s kind of chord progressions and deeper kind of melodies more serious kind of song songwriting extreme with the more danceable funk rock, you know, like with the horn section killer. And then nirvana happened, and I totally wrong. They saw that disaster. Still hate nirvana. There's a lot of jazz musicians. Eight the Beatles because. Kit rock was kind of dad, and they really thought jazz was going to happen. Turn come them. Beatles. Heard this. And I don't know what's going to have because the release date is TB. But Tony I owe me I'm hoping is going to put out a solo album. Now, I don't know if this was his last saw, but I have a solo album of his that has a bunch of great singers on including the woman, he was married to for a while who sang and drain S T H ozzy's on it. Billy idol is on it. Bunch of cool people are on it. It's a really, I don't know. When it I'm thinking earlier, two thousands. I don't think I don't this last album was fused in two thousand five. Maybe that's because it didn't include all the others. But he is going to do an album. So it's going to be interesting. He said he's working with Tony singer Tony Martin. So we're going to see what happens. Maybe I would love that happen. Yeah. I would love to see that happen. Yeah. I I liked his last solo album. I thought it was really good. So we will. Have to see what happens. But again, it is a TB a, but you know, there's there's some cool people attach to like Tony Martin and Glenn Hughes. So how about that Glenn Hughes? He's like a fricking like energizer bunnies. Like fricking every. Yeah. He was just a gerbil seventy two and he's like playing, and he sounds awesome. Yeah. I I mean, I wish I wish David Coverdale excuse me sounded that good. Glenn sounds like he did when he was twenty five. He's mazing. It's because some people got it. Yeah. He's just great. So what are you got on your list, girl? My next one Ramstein again to be determined. I'm hoping I can't pronounce their last damn album. But it was in. So it's about time like ten years time to release something. Right. You'd think but here's the problem. It's probably going to be their last ten fricken years. I mean, they're doing democracy thing. Yeah. They better better kill if if it happens, but it's also rumored to be their last if they do it. So that my way they just like this, farewell. Yeah. This is like it. They say that's a band that is a great band that did not break in the US is big as they did in Europe. But that's the kind of band ever like just go to YouTube and Google some of their concert of their live shows live show. Yeah. On fucking believable live show, just absolutely killer banned, speaking of great live shows. I've never seen them Slipknot. I would like doing is doing is doing another record. They just like Corey Taylor. As such an amazing voice, and he can do so many different Slipknot thing. And then he can come out with an acoustic guitar and sing wicked game and stuff like that in destroy unbelievable stuff. So it's this should be. What was the last record was the great chapter twenty fourteen. So it's been a couple of years. But yeah, they did all the stuff. So I mean, Cory Taylor specifically has been doing stop their prominence though. They're they're not waiting ten years Ramstein. And then quitting. Watched an interesting documentary this week on guns and roses, specifically, they're kind of like inception from the progression rather from appetite for destruction through the user luge. Now, it's really good. You can check it out on on Amazon prime Amazon prime if you love music, they don't sponsor the by this should if you love music, they have so many rock and just music documentaries. Just on prime that like, you don't have to rent or anything, you can just view the prime subscription super worth getting I have it on all kinds of. I mean, there's a documentary about the frigging scorpions. I mean, not to start scorpions roster. But I'm just saying like today have everything basically saying I mean, just like tons of people. So you might want to if you're in the market for you wanna know more about the band's you could check that out. We did mention rob zombie by when you got I wanna do quick little shout out shot. My my friend Robert from the ban despire. He's having a new album coming out in March of two thousand nineteen. I saw them one time when they came to Pittsburgh when diesel was still around it's the Foxtail now. But definitely check that out when it comes out, they they they're awesome. And get a hold of me because I love to interview you to help you promote it so reach out to me, just if you're watching just send me a message your face. They're awesome. If you guys you guys want your music played on you, promote your music, shoot me an Email at Liu at Liu Lombardi music dot com. And I'm, you know, couple of couple of caveats first of all it's gotta be rock for metal some kind of rocker metal. Okay. It's got to be like a lot of Qatar stuff. No, hip, hop or EDM or dub staff. Or anything like that place country? Yeah. And you got to have a real. Record. It can't be like this demo. We're in. We're working on something. That sounds finished. You hear the music play on your? It's gotta be like, you know, we opened the show with phantasm. And that's an awesomely produced song your record has to have like those kind of good production quality sound like that. But it's got to have those good professional sounding production quality. So please demos. If you're you know, you're sitting in recording on your phone, probably not. Yeah. The probably will suck don't do that. Don't do that are. I don't know. I know you're you're more of a, you know, straight up kind of rock Earl eighties metal kind of girl. And they'll know if you're into the Jack white thing, but the rock on tours are supposedly. Doing a record the last record wit was in twenty ten a long time. I play some Jack white on myself. Yes. So I'm looking forward to I love the rock on tours last record thought absolutely fricking killed Jack has that like great like ATar driven. He's got a lot. He's got his route super talented. Yeah. Because roots and great classic ride to what he brings about that weird alternative corner thing you just makes it puts it in another dimension. So I'm really looking forward to it. I I hope that it's awesome. Because it's a killer bans up. What do you got? You got somebody to talk about for playing on the song. I my next I band that. I want to talk about is megadeath. Of course to being onced for twenty nineteen last album was in two thousand sixteen which they wanna Grammy for so now they have to either match that or be better than that. But I think they could do it's megadeath they got this. I love them who votes on the Grammy for metal who the hell should. I know or I don't know. I mean, even no probably not it's probably people don't even listen to it. I heard of that mega that was put them in. The name sounds cool. Let's do that. Yeah. Let's just do that except they spelled death wrong. They know. That's right death is DA t h that's correct for them. I like I like the people who spell it DA t h when they're talking about the band, and I'm like, you really don't know shit about megadeath. That's my favorite thing. I know people who do that. This is a this is a great band from Pittsburgh. I love this band my girl. Yeah. Zo Zo sa-. Am I saying shut shove is in it as in Lucia the puck up and play the song reign of C whispers in the walls on the Latini hard rock and metal circuit. Want the moon the word, and I'll. Bosso plus plus sentiments dren chrome. We would think this would shopping up ready to. Field trip. The old all travaillent with rain of z. Chris if you didn't catch that it was rain of the Ramsey. Chris didn't catch that Chris. Reign of band. You should go. Check them out Kris Pittsburgh Steelers fan. I'm going to the game on Thursday Stiller's likes Marsteller. Playing the Panthers gall Panthers. Yeah. But you're not a fan of those things. I don't know what a panther is Carolina. You wanna go to rain z dot band camp dot com. You want to go there because you can actually get the music you can. I like van Cam go do the thing like fucking around. If you like rain of z, and you like phantasm mass replying here. Share the motherfuckers like just hit the your wife. Literally click the right now some of your watching life like Jared. I'm looking at the share to share it share. Don't think think you share stop thinking sharing less thinking more sharing? Listen, you they're listening in. So I got fans on I tunes does share in their shares all your social media stuff. Let the world now at oh. My God raves e fucking kicks ass fat has kicks fucking ass. We're going to play Lombardi Strangelove and thunder mother as well. I mean, all great indie sayings of. That's a worst band. So share that shit mother fuckers all call you mother fuckers. But I mean that in the nicest most he's being very very nice about that he's being kind. So what are you talking about some releases that are releases aren't they release? I feel like we're saying something dirty. Well, it's better than saying the dropping it. I hate that. I hate Trump. I hate that this morning when I got up and the come out, it's what I say. It coming out of the closet now. Coming out of the closet. Speaking of female fronted ban. The evanescence is supposed to have hell outta here. New album are not putting out any. So they say, of course to be determined. When was the last twenty eleven was the last religion, the last original when she did she's worked, but she hasn't done anything with essence, she's worked, Amy Lee is awesome. Her voice is it's kind of like hypnotize ING, I love her so much. I love her. But I think she's a little. Is a female fronted band as some of them are. But they're always very commanding females the front of band metal band there. Either commanding they suck. I will also the name, but I saw I did go see a band. When did we go Saturday? I can't remember. And this woman would not take command of the stage. Really? She just have later. Who was? The presence action a whole band was kinda weak. But if you're going to play, and I don't care if you're playing covers or not whatever you're doing. You have to come in that state. I mean, did just like you can't especially as a woman can't do all the goods to do that. Yeah. Have you? I mean, do you know that? These guys aren't really they're not really metal. I mean, they're called. Man, just. The kind of like an ARIN be not RAM be. That's the right word. I want to kind of like a blues Americana kind of an from south female fronted, saying the name just escapes me. She's African American kind of. I well rounded woman put it that way the lecture. Yes. And but she just absolutely. I just saw her performance Austin city limits, and she just when she walks on that state. She's a presence like she's like, you mother fuckers are looking at me, which that is how you have to be. I don't care what you're doing. And it this is why your band sucks. That's because you're not commanding the stage that is one of the biggest problems, I see bands over and over and over, and they will go see Alice Cooper's backup band perform those covers their commands. The fucking stage and did covers. But when they when they kick into a song. All is front. Yeah. There's no. There was nobody at the bar 'cause I went to the bar. Because those guys commanded the stage. And that's what it takes. Please command the fucking stage in disband was like I was embarrassed for them. And. Vive ING that sad that you'll have to tell me later who it is. The band. I was thinking about this the bad high saw. But the man I'm thinking about with the female fronted band. It really is really awesome. It does kind of America are blues. Americana blues thing is the Alabama shake. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I like them. Shatt woman say she as ING. Chills just thinking about her. So that's you know, you guys got to work on anyway. So what else we got coming out here in two thousand hundred four of saw the anthrax anthrax. You know, your your long lost cousin there? Yes, sit. And I are I'm brothers from another. I'm gonna go. I'm gonna meet him someday. I hope you guy you need a picture together. It isn't just the go t it's every. Shaped like knows and. And everything. Yeah. Look very much alike. But they're supposedly getting twenty nineteen release. Don't have a date yet. Of course, the last one was in two thousand sixteen so. Not not like too far back. But it's time it's time. And I'd love to see them again. Well, speaking of the vans that came with slayer this year lamb of God doing a new record. Yeah. I'm for that. I mean, I'm not like a huge lamb of God fan. But cool seeing them. It was super cool. Yeah. I liked it better. Good live the ban them kind of interested in hearing. Their new records mastodon. And these guys haven't they did a record twenty sixteen. So this is going to I think this is interesting. I do some different stuff, but they've got a record coming out this year as in two thousand nineteen as well. What else she got there girl? King diamond king freaking dime. Socks Keith diamond. What would you have some health issues? He was having some health problems there right after the give me your soul, please album. I think that was two thousand six I could be wrong because I didn't finish the year on this notes. But. The album's been promised for years. He does keep promising. It like tool has. So hopefully, actually does it king. We need you. The king. We need a record. I know you got stuff going on. I know life is hard. Please. What it wouldn't be great? If like all these metal bands just dropped on all the same day. That'd be great. I'd spend all my money. It'd be like a metal Gazza. That's t shirt. You guys remember a banned from the nineties. I do. That did the song. Not picture by kid rock. But. The picture. They did song called Hayman, I shot filter. That'd be cool to record. I mean, they did do a record twenty sixteen which I didn't hear up. I I mean, I hope to record was bad ass. I need that in my life. I feel that in my life. Mentioned essence what else we got? What else you went talk about? I have dream theater. I'm not a major huge dream theater fan. But I do like their stuff. I'd probably enjoy it last album again twenty sixteen. That was there was supposedly the most creative of their entire career. So it's like one of the things they kind of have to top. But they better not wait ten damn years to try to do that. 'cause that's not working for you guys. Don't do that. That's really bad two words Chinese democracy. Just just keep that in. I mean, I think I. The worst Chinese democracy thing. Here's what I I think dream theater is. I think they're in amazing, man. I I I hadn't listened to them allow so I put on dream theater and streaming on YouTube. And. They sound great. But when I looked there singer he looked like he was uncomfortable or straining or something. But when I wasn't looking sounded good. So hopefully doing this like burning out his voice type thing because that would be a fucking shame. Don't you fucking voice to the guy will be pooping? I don't know what he's doing. But he'd looked yet of look on his face like like it was hard. Do you know who Devin Townsend? I don't actually. Okay. That's why I did not put it on my list. Now, let me let me just say because everybody thinks that disgrace Steve by album is like that. Passion warfare. Or was it alien love song? Whatever he did. That is not the greatest Steve greatest TV album is is the album he did with Devin Townsend. And it's called sex and religion. I think if you you're wrong might be your Pinon that but it's completely wrong. You can be run on your opinion. Devin, Townsend is out of control TM Stevens. Terry balls. Yo Devin, Townsend amazing band. I'm sorry. I like vocals Devon has an amazing voice to some sick shit a great record. And if you don't like it, you could kiss my entire go straight to hell. But Devin Townsend is do to release an album here in twenty thousand nineteen and what else you got girl. I think the last one on my list, but I put chevelle on there. I only saw them once live, but I really liked him. And I really don't know whole bunch about them. But I do want to know more. So that's why they are on my list last one was twenty sixteen so again about due for another album so kind of excited about that. Because I did enjoy them when I did see them. So one of those things it's like, I don't really know whole lot about them. But I wanna know I wanna throw the kind of a wild card. Okay. And that is. This because I see kind of like he's a rapper, but he has a metal band plays with him. And they they're gonna do do record. That's no. Yeah. I mean, yes, I think it's really coal so body counting death, check out ice tea or body count. Icy body out check out the new album that's going to be coming out event. Sevenfold is going to be coming out with a record asking out. Outbid Andrea nuts into but cool yet, you know. So this come on. Who is that other one napalm death is actually coming out in twenty nine? I know you're not a big Myles Kennedy fan miles Kennedy's time. But alter bridge is doing has got a record coming out as well. So I don't how miles does it between playing with slash and everything doing, you know, but he's got a new record coming out. So. Yeah. Same with rob zombie with him juggling. Let's do a tour and music and movies. And let's do all the things we're freaking believe lamb in the back of my Dragulj song about Janice. Joplin? We'll be right back on the looney. Hard rock metal, sir. With. Yeah. Want to handle the truth? You can't handle the truth, but you can handle great guitar driven rock, and I was losing Bharti's Strangelove Lombardi music dot com, and you can find out more about that you'd free CD kind of stuff such that out. We opened the show. Show with Pantasma fans. Do we really awesome and them, and we played a rain of Z that was Lou. And then we ended little trains we're going to play no song. But we need to get out of here for rock ridge radio. We get an hour. So you guys may not here, but we're going to rock thunder mother at the end great band, kind of like the female ACDC killer. We're going to play we fight for rock and roll. Which is that could be my fricking theme song. So so we had a lot of fun. I talking about all things coming up coming up some cool shit cool shit coming up we're gonna we really enjoy it. And we talk more about it as it happens coming year. Let cool podcast to come dean, rock and roll circus dot com is the website. Check back often if you haven't shared this already for listening to this on the replay on I tunes or on pod being or play Stitcher or player. FM or whatever that share button, real quick, whatever your favorite social media, medium is Instagram Twitter Facebook, wherever it's it's just fine. Just get it out there. Look people know that you support rate guitar driven rock and let your friends know about all vans. Did your hearing tonight that you're not hearing on corporate meeting completely being Nord corporate media? So that's what we're here for. We're the answer to that. This is what you wanna do check it out. Also want to shout to rock ridge radio. Rock radio's brought us our happy part of family great bunch of people there. John g thank you guys so much so keeping a real sell. We hit our top our favorites. Or one worth thinking about twenty nineteen. I want to kind of do a Cup uncle fun thing here like when you do this. So we're going to be talking a little bit about rock this day in rock history. In two thousand ten falling to pieces front woman was killed in a motorcycle. Accident me she C disodium lead vocalist for Livermore, California. Livermore rash thrash. Metal core. Falling to pieces was killed in a motorcycle accident. Wow. Yeah. Stay in two thousand seven Meatloaf, canceling his European tour after being diagnosed with a little cyst put a little baby bitch. Cancel what the find through it motherfucker. He's you know, he's supposed to tore. But he's not gonna sing let's out stories, and he's gonna have some some guy from American idol. Now, I refuse that's come onto. I really use. Listen to that garbage. That's that's I don't like that. At all. Don't Marianne faithfull reveals that in on the two thousand six that she's made four recovered from breast cancer. She still alive. Hope Daryl I read that. Like, she died like three, I don't I don't know. I feel weird about it. Now. I'm sure somebody will tell us God former Sex, Pistols and public image frontman, Johnny Lydon, better joint, rotten debuts and online radio show on this day in nineteen. Ars? No. He just we wishes he could have been part of Lucchini rock and roll circus lives on this day, nineteen eighty Led Zeppelin meets on the island of jersey to discuss their future following the anonymous family, an unfortunate death of their drummer. I was along or near. God average city. What are you saying nineteen sixty working nineteen sixty seven years born on a stay abbey road's studio in London, the Beatles, ever, working the Beatles mixed four songs. Hello goodbye. Your mother should know magical mystery tour, so there's a little bit of rock history for you guys. It's always fun to read about on to kind of go back in time. And see what happened? I'm kind of scrolling three can go to this day in rock dot com. If you like that sort of thing. On this day in nineteen forty eight. Glenn fry of the eagles hate the fucking eagles. Then fry I hate the fucking gills. Wow. I love the eagles into line from the big lebowski. Got it's twice ever that line in like three days. Okay. Anyway. So I'm thinking stuff rose. Your ninety four day was now to check berry will headline tour in Britain. Nice. So Jefferson airplane day, sixty five play the San Francisco, my trope appeal party, that's fun at the collide ballroom. What the those crazy, you know, like they'll get there. Like, they'll get there. Like, Toby mess. Clint we'll play. Yes. Let's see this. All the things got in this day, Bill Graham debuted live at the Fillmore in nineteen sixty six. The same nineteen sixty six Paul Gilbert Qatar, Mr. beg, raise your ex was born happy birthday, Mr. Gilbert. Singer pebbles who saying if you wanna ride in mama scene is bowl. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Say nine thousand six I love that song at the eighty song. We have to do on on. If we have if we're doing a show for nears something really important happened on December thirty first nineteen Eighty-one your Warren. Yes, you're your New Year's Eve. Yes. We did a show last year when we first easy Bertha to remember, it's not because nobody remembers it's my birthday, I dated a girl was born on Valentine's Day. God. She's like, I know it's easier. Okay. So do you guys know that John Lennon and Yoko Ono yoga or no the woman who broke up the Beatles, by the way, she did that. They're weird. Sean. It's nineteen nine did a screening of the Mannheim film festival of. The rape film. Really? That doesn't surprise me with her. She's kind of strange animal noises and shit on her records. I can't handle it has been used to love listening that shit. I'm like, oh, I promise you. He was a weird, man. Does anybody out there like listening Yoko owners albums? He had like he had one was she only have one. I don't even know, but he had one he may be listen to it time. Chris under oath Dawson says megadeath is to twelve with Ozzy next year. Yes, that's the summer tour June. What is it like thirteenth or something? I'm going. Startling do. We do you want to review any comments or anything head or? In the comments are just talking about what you were trying to say would that alien love secrets? However, I actually seeing your show the Saturday for chip in the charge ups. It's the black and gold rock and roll riot. They are gonna have also love six going to be there. They're gonna have prizes and music, and I get to talk and what's more important than that. Quite honestly. So come out there if you're in Pittsburgh, it's smiling. Moose early show starts at six thirty and nine thirty quick and dirty be home by like eleven in bed. If you're like me or Coty novel on old fuckers. So it's going to be good time. So we did not get to something. I wanted to talk about, but that's like we're going to kind of wrap up, but I wanted to bring up a little bit. Why some of our favorite artists they put out records, and they completely ignored. So we're going to revisit that on another night. We're gonna talk about that on another podcast because then he's a little bit of time. So so we hit it all we talked about some of the movies. We saw we talked about some of the new releases that are coming out in twenty nineteen. Is there somebody you wish would do a record? I always wish Aerosmith will do another record. That's my favorite band, though. Fame. Molly crew. No, everybody thinks I'm done. I'm I know I just wanna marry Nikki six I don't want. They're not my favorite band there. My fifth favor band, actually. Okay. All right Ariza is my favorite. I know. It's hard to believe how calm just to tick a second take a breath five through one give us your favorite band. All right. Say a little something motley Crue Nikki sex about that. You're just in love with. Yes. It's a problem. Not Tommy Lee. Wow. You like the ugly guy. That's make. Actually, it's been Vince. Now, I think then Halen is number four need. I say more really I didn't realize that I've known you all know, you don't know my top by worth favorite. So so Molly crew vents moniker number five van Halen number four number three number three is def Leppard. A she doesn't even have anything written out. She just knows this number two. Is Alice Cooper cannot at town. Really a number one. Is there a Smith? And that's always how it's been Arison. It's been my favorite band since. I was eight years old is that that's one of the very first albums. I heard their very first time. I heard at my parents house, I played it their song move out like one of my favorite songs ever. Just always stuck with me. Like, they they change it up a lot. They did a blues album. The we may have some shitty albums. I'm not gonna lie done with mirrors can go straight the hell, but it's a bad album happens. Okay. I still love them. I love their stage presence. I love Steven Tyler jumping around. Love. Joe Perry's guitar playing just a great, I just love them. And I've seen them the most in concert too. Well, you know, I was. I was listening to a. Podcast or like, a YouTube like slash by casting on from cinemas accor-. And he was saying that he was naming his favorite movies. And he says, I feel like your favorite movies. You don't pick your favorite movies pick? You. That's true. Music and your favorite bands. You know? I feel like that's probably what it was is kind of resonated. Yeah. When you're like me, I listen to when I'm sad, isn't too happy. I have every album. One of my favorite. What is my favorite band since? I was eight eight all right then. Well, I know nobody really knows that because the last name six, and I got over motley Crue all the time. I get that. Really? I'm surprised Arison. But I was really thinking. Well, not my. Six now, I'm in the Air Force One club. I hate telling people that. I'm not in the kiss army Aerosmith nerd, I really am. It's kinda sad worst nerds to be. Okay. We're gonna come back. We're gonna we're gonna bug out here and her and I are going to have a conversation about her Lilly. And I are conversation about what we might talk about next week. So guys, thanks for hanging out Lombardi. She's Dini rock and roll circus dot com is the website. Please click on the podcast, share them around Lombardi music dot com slash inner circle. If you wanna get with community, very cool people that are really passionate about great news, especially great guitar driven rock, check it out. It's just some free exclusive music videos, kind of close up there to Lombardy music comeback slash inter circle. And if you check all that out guys, thanks so much for hanging out lily, any final announcements, say your show my show. Yeah. Hot licks lily six. There's nights to clemmie stern on Rodrigues radio. You download the app on your phone if you have a smartphone or just go straight to the website. Rock radio dot com. All right, guys. We we played phantasm you can go to revive nation dot com. Bax backslash run. A number nine ran a nine on river. Mation we played reign of Z that his reign of z dot van camp dot com. Lombardy Strangelove Lombardi music dot com slash inner circle. And we're going to wrap up with I got the interview Garni from thunder mother a few months ago. Just frigging Kohl's person. She's their new lead singer. She's got an amazing voice is very edgy. Very powerful. Check them out. You can go to thunder, mother dot com. And check those guys out killer ban. So thanks so much for hanging out with this. When you guys all on the next Latini hard rock metal circus as keep rocking guys keep great guitar driven rock alive. We fight for rock and roll. Rave? In the name. For rock and roll.

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Podcast 635  The Birth of a New Humanity  Part 4

Psychedelic Salon

40:42 min | 1 year ago

Podcast 635 The Birth of a New Humanity Part 4

"Cheats greetings from Cyber Delic space face. This is Lorenzo. And I'm your host here in the Psychedelic Sawn. I'd like to begin. Today by thanking are frequent donors Samuel G and IAN W as well as my four hundred eighteen Patriot supporters. For helping to keep these podcasts. Coming your way and also I want to give a very special thank you you too. John G whose large recent donation allowed me to buy the reading chair that I've been wanting for a long time. You know it's the first time in over or twenty years that I've had a comfortable chair with a good light to read in offer somebody like me. It's like being a county fair and allowed to eat all the cotton candy you want. It was a big smile on my face. If you can't tell so Thank you want it all for your support this year. It's really been gratifying to have you behind me now in just a moment. I'm going to play today. Simply brief. Talk by Terence McKenna while there were still a couple of questions left in this recording from October nineteen ninety-two workshop. I decided that they weren't interesting enough to end this podcast on After what I consider to be a really okay. Great rap about drug safety by Terence McKenna. And that's what I'm going to end on so I WANNA make a few brief comments right now and then let terrence end this talk without any any more comments from me but There are two things. I'd like to put some emphasis on any do pride you to think about for a little while in fact next year and the Live Monday night salons. I intend to use these two topics to focus our conversations on a couple of different nights. And I'll be telling you more about the new live salon blonde format and a future podcast but well that can wait till next year for now here are couple of things that is going to bring up in today's talk and I hope that you give them some thought so that you can join in if you want when we discuss them in a live slum next year now first of all terrance uses a phrase that probably has been around for a long time. But I just didn't remember hearing it before. And that is the phrase a global leveling of society now. Obviously elite can have a lot of different meanings that I think we should look into someday but one thing that comes to my mind right now been something I've been thinking about for a long time and and that's what a lot of us have been calling the Americanization of the world. You know with fast food joints and stuff like that being everywhere you go now so my the question is is this really an Americanization of the world or a global leveling of society this I don't know myself how I I feel about that but something I'd like to talk with you about another issue. He brings up. Is the difficulty of actually recognizing an alien intelligence allegiance if we encounter one now if you're a science fiction fan than you probably read some of stanislaw limbs books where he makes the argument that it is actually impossible goal for our species to directly communicate with an alien intelligence and this may be just something to talk about during late night conversations that may be fueled by a little medicinal herb. Well it may be more of a pressing issue in the near future as the field of artificial intelligence continues to pick up steam. If you're a star Trek Fan then you probably remember the episodes where commander data's self-awareness and ego personality and all were called into question commander data being basically a machine and this may become more of a pressing issue than we thank anyway. It should also be a good topic for one of our lives lawns. Now the main reason however that I'm not going to make any comments at the end of this talk doc is because I want to let terrence have the last word here because it's a matter of safety safety should somebody decided to defy the laws of the land. Then you psychedelics. As you'll hear turn say and I quote I am terrified of psychedelics. I never take them without a sense of sickening in Greg and quote and I hope that you'll follow terraces. Few simple ideas for safe travels and now here's turns. I just scientific community that we are evolving rather the evolving. Well eight year referring to the Burgess Shale Shale and. What's his name's book Wonderful Life Right? Yeah I sort of differ with your interpretation reputation of it. It wasn't that these things were more complex than any life forms on the earth. Today it was that they represented a a large number of Beila none of which exist on the Earth today so the point that was being made by the paleontologist is this. Apparently we started out with many different file and then the narrowed some point into just a few file which then re radiated out into all the forms we possess today so I think Other people have brought brought this up and it's a troubling example because it tends to throw railroad tie against the on rushing of my rhetorical freight a train. But that's the name of the game folks It probably is true that at an early point in the evolution of life I mean it's obviously now established there. Were these many many different silo. And for unknown reasons. Certain file became extinct and then the The what will the Filo which were left radiated and filled all the bands and niche is is that had previously been occupied by these now extinct organisms but nevertheless we have to look at. This question can Of for reasons unknown they became extinct. Why did some finalists survive and others not it would be inconsistent with the theory of evolution to suggest that this happened entirely by chance? There must have been some adaptive advantage possessed by the filers that made it through whatever these narrow evolutionary next were and man the Filo which survived these climatological logical crises. Or whatever they are radiated into an incredible number of complex forms that nevertheless could be trade to a small number of earlier. filed a more in line with your the thrust of your argument. Mourn more difficult to answer objection that I don't know why I'm telling you this because it erodes my own position but I was preaching this this. The world complex defies through time raft at Esselin one time and a guy was staying with me there who was Of Professional Professional Russian translator he was rush and and a linguist and he said you know there's a major exception to your ruled the all phenomena complex fi through time and and that is language he said as we go back into the past left languages become richer and I. I am still puzzling over this. I don't think it's an inherent property taste of language. I think it's because as we go back into the past languages become more and more localized and local local variations developed in small confined geographical areas. So that Ben when you pour all these languages together there there tends to be a certain leveling and this probably result in a In general Fall in the total number of words being used in a language in other worried if in Canada they call a windshield a windscreen and in England they call it. Something else will then as long as Canada. The England in the US don't communicate. We have three words for windshield but if these three cultures communicate frequently and deeply probably probably a couple of these words will become obsolete or colloquial and one term will dominate so language is not evolving in a vacuum. You have to look at the effects of modern transportation migrations of people and that sort of thing. I agree that this is not this complex litigation through time thing has the characteristic of a general tendency. But it's not an iron clad The national law we can see that now for instance communism in the Soviet Union acted as the deep freeze for traditional cultures. Wonderful traditional choose exists doubt on the steps of Central Asia in Kirgizia Turkmenistan. The Stan Nagorno by action sky and these places. Well these wonderful. Traditional cultures are probably now all trading leading in their colorful garb McAfee Larry's than technologies for Transistor Radios Subscriptions to Time magazine Windisch Beagle and generally lining up with the the global leveling of culture that we see in the twentieth century. So these are complex issues. She said you're you're right. It is entirely straightforward earn. Do you mean the one to progress to Italy well I went to Prague to the IT. A Conference International Transfer Personal Association Conference in June and I had never realized till I went there with my second trip to Czechoslovakia but you know as children. We grew up. With a wonderful story of an Emerald Green country tree farmed by happy Munchkins and ruled from a beautiful capital city built around a splendiforous. Indifference Palace presided over by a wizard and I realized Czechoslovakia is ause for grown. Up and and It the Marco. Genetics field of the place is such that it might be a place we should all consider as as a good venue for archaic revival. I think prog in the nineties could be what Paris in the twenty s was it is is. After all the capital of old Bohemia you may not know y we are called Bohemians. You don't have to have a slavic gene gene in your entire family tree and can claim yourself as the bowl team. It's because Bohemia stood for individual freedom read them eccentricity the magical arts the practice of the arts and The a science which more gently approached the Union of spirit and matter and this whole out potential ou- chemical civilization taste around. Prague was destroyed by the thirty years. War If you're interested in all this you should read Francis. Yates book the Rosa Chretien Enlightenment. In which she shows that at a certain point in Western history there was the possibility of a Protestant outcome Nicole Revival in central Europe that was a bone goals by a series of diplomatic and cultural misunderstandings understandings and led instead to the thirty years war. which then if you know before the Thirty Years War Europe was thoroughly medieval in this character really and at the end of the thirty years war modernity was launched? I mean the absolute power of kings had been replaced by I parliament's and peaceful and Prague when the people who won the thirty years war gun down to redrawing the maps of Europe. They make sure that prog fell on the wrong side of the language line and became a place that spoke a language spoken nowhere else in Europe check instead of the language that had been spoken there before the Thirty Years War by the court which was Italian. So it's a whole lost episode in Western history that Not Too many people know about but we could all return to our Bohemian route and and create a community under the shameful aegis of Faulk love Hogle and similar philosophically right thinking the people that might be a window of Opportunity Wean. You know it's very important when you're trying to make social change that you find find the proper resting place for your your fault trim or proper fulcrum for your lever and the best place is outside the the system that you're trying to move and if we're serious about carrying on a major critique of American Society prog might be an excellent excellent place from which to do it especially if by some nightmarish flew to say to the not heads currently in power able to to hang on. Sorry for that brief foray into politics. That's what Richard was trying to bait me into. Yeah could you comment on what you're feeling so in terms of our planet being colonized by extraterrestrials in terms of Atlantis and warriors landed mood. He I can. I'm not sure. How much comforts it will give you It seems to me an underwhelming proposition in other words if this happened where is the evidence You know there have been fabulous civilizations existing in the past but there are facts. Their buildings their earthworks works are available to be visited and seen it seems to me. You know in trying to build models I try to follow. Walk comes razor you all know. What comes racer is? Hypotheses should not be multiplied without necessity and I I just find the the lost continent thing I'm necessary hypothesis. I think there are lost civilizations but I think we do a grave injustice to our dilemma and our accomplishment by thinking that anybody ever stood in in this position before to me. You See. There's an impulse. That's very old in the Western mind too uh-huh and strangely enough I trade on to some degree it's called the Dow just for Paradise and it's the we are always looking back back to a lost golden age and I think there was a loss golden age on the plains of Africa. Fifteen to twenty thousand years ago. I discussed discussed it this morning but I don't think high technology has staffer existed before on this plant. Will there's just no evidence himself and the Atlanta Tan people enthusiasts Murray mood and Lamar area are always trying to fiddle with the day and say you know the Great Pyramid this twenty five thousand years old and very soon ruin on the NAS complain but fifty thousand years. This is first of all the evidence who's absolutely unconvincing and second of all the miracle is not how old the breakout into language and technology is but how reese I agree the issue. I think that you know if you were to go scuba diving off Bermuda demet islands. You would find what many people believe. are artifacts lantis. You can hike in Decker Canyon and most of what is to be found on your water because of the shift in the continental faith ten thousand years ago or more but many people believe that the UFO involvement in that civilization. It's still very active today. I know someone who I met last night. Robert Stanley Mucus magazine cakes. People in these Expeditions Decker Canyon. He took somebody to beginning of the summer and a roll film was shot. The person was from the East Coast in Boston. And he space under Development Altman bill he just forgot about it and he decided okay. I'm going to smoke at this developed and sure enough hovering in the distance over this part of the Canyon while saucers and it's pretty obvious picture. I call it last for the first time. I'm just curious because I think a lot of us don't really feel with a lot of the information that's is coming out right now because it's overwhelming wild. Well I I I am prepared to be convinced. Yeah but I'm not willing to buy in without a fair amount of evidence as far as UFO's are concerned I thought a lot about it. I seen them far away up close and it's not what people say. It is breath and the the problem there too phenomena the Ufo who knows what that is and then the Ufo community community and my God. These people are much weirder than UFO's. I mean they the the whole wolf flu love them and the whole problem with the Ufo community is apparently these people have never heard about the rules of APPLETON's I mean they're just full of revelation after revelation with absolutely zoom to back it up there. I mean you look at these. UFO magazines well well you want to believe mastered him book of the Nobody System More you want to go with the Billy Myers crowd or what's coming out Brazil I think you shocked Valet and one of his books estimated that if you don't believe UFO's only appear where there are witnesses and Take the number of sightings seen by people and extrapolate that APP by the area the surface of the earth you have to conclude that you have posed are coming and going from this planet at a rate of twelve thousand among my God. What kind of extraterrestrial contact is that? Is that twelve thous a month for fifty years and never a definitive piece of evidence. I was talking to one of the researchers on the fetal duck thing sky was all excited he said to me you know. I've talked to five hundred women who claim Surgical removal lift fetuses. And he said and you know the amazing thing. There's not a single sign of physical invasion of these as women's bodies and I said well Dr X. doesn't this suggest something to you and he said Yeah advanced surgical techniques of which we have no no knowledge said WHOA. Yeah but doesn't I mean give me a paret. So I think they have to operate in the light of the same evidences. Everybody else and their problem problem is that they claim to know too much. They're just willing to tell you you know a hundred and twenty five thousand years ago. They arrived to grow sweet appease and then one hundred thousand years ago. The project changed me. Eleven planets did something too much too much DADS to Jack Armstrong. The government has the technology to travel and shifts to other stores. You think we're doing that today. Review No. I don't think we're doing that today. I mean this is it. We have a government Tampa to knock off A loud mouth in Baghdad. Let alone travel to star the army programs to reality on basically underground the whole network society basically within our government that are involved in research technology. Well obviously there is a black portion of the couch from and where research goes on and probably fairly king be. Thanks to Carrie dout but these people are no different from us. I I mean some of them may be here today and I don't mean cops I'm mean there may be NASA scientists here today that we are not so different from the people we're talking about. Human beings cannot keep a secret you made bank on and so the idea that you know somebody Eddie. Kazak is the technology thousands of years in advance of us. I mean then when you actually care the lid off some of these government blacks operations and you don't find super scientists and brilliant minds. You Find People like Gordon Liddy and John Dean halfwits halfwits clowns Seemed to lie behind. Most of this. I believe that. No I am not a conspiracy Person I believe that nobody is in control and that the people who seek control are the most misguided of all. Aw and that there's a great deal more than we don't know than we do know and You know I would love to convinced that something really far out were happening. But it's just always seems to come apart in your hands. These are I consider their stuff like the UFO phenomenon as popularly Commercially available UFO beliefs as basically basically viruses of language diseases of understanding if you could teach people about the laws of evidence and and how you build a case and stuff like that then people wouldn't be troubled by this the same fuzzy thinking that permits people to believe in UFO's permits them to believe in the eminent Expectation of the second coming or you know the face of Christ appearing on Tortillas and all of this turns mate might stop here for a second. Is there a lot of people still with questions because we still doc a lot of time. Well at least till six o'clock supposedly can have Chopin's of okay. There's a few more because we wanted sort of limit the questions. The one question per person and sort of one rebuttal from that so that everybody can get a fair share before we make a final. It's a gentle Gansel hint to stop raving leave. Well I say into the UFO people the same thing you know. What can you show drag? Its fourth everything has to be judged on the same field is if if you got something spill it but to claim you know as I wanna use names hear stories like well we met the. UFO's IOS and they gave us a message for mankind but when we got back to our car our tape recorder had been miraculously raced itself will then be quiet ahead. Don't tell anybody don't you understand lane that sound. It's not a believer. You have to convene their a pushover. What are you gonNA do about six? That's the problem you want me to tell you a story. Sorry I was in the Amazon I within the state of considerable psychic turmoil and AH I sat up all night. This is told by the way in the book. True Hallucinations which will be published next year and At dawn I looked across the lake and there was a thin line of clouds on the horizon and I watched this line of clouds than they were and then suddenly I know that they were turning in place like a pencil spinning on its axis in one place and then the clouds clouds This line of clouds broke apart into four perfectly identical in particular clouds and then when the length the foreleg clouds merged into two lynch clouds and then the two merged into one and and as they merged into one I heard the the we we sound of Hollywood Science Fiction Kim Flying Saucers and I realized this thing was coming towards me across the lake and it was absolutely convincing it was was flying saucer the real thing and and I. I was absolutely convinced that it was going to take me me at that moment. And as it passed stover only about two hundred feet above my head. I could see it clearly enough that I could see river on its underside I could see. It's running life. I could see did but you know what I saw. I saw the end cap of nineteen thirty two model hoover vacuum clean. It was the very same flying saucers that George Danske suspended from a piece of mylar fishing line in Nineteen fifty three and photographed in his garage. One of the most famous UFO hoaxes of all time I saw had a diameter of forty feet over the Amazon basin. And I knew what I was looking at. It was More disturbing disturbing than if it had been the ship from Xavier ridiculously because it had built in cognitive dissonance. Yeah well see I believe you completely. I don't have any problem. I'm with that. It's simply an enormous leap to say that that was a craft from another star. It's much better to you. Just say it's a who knows what it is. The world is full of weird stuff. It just briefly. Here's my theory on flying saucers officers and a whole bunch of other stuff. This tries to solve all problems of this sort. Simultaneously The transcendental object. I'm jake that the end of time. Let's drag you in here. And let's imagine that it is like those mirrored balls that they a hanging above the bar and spin so I think that definitely there is a forward movement of causal necessity which propel us from the past into the present on into the future but that there is also an necessary to account around for pre cognitive visions and stuff like that which happen all the time flow of information from the future into the path breath and the transcendental lob shake that the end of time is casting reflections of itself backward into the past and if you are struck whatever that means by one of these SCINTILLA 's from the transcendental dental logics at the end of time. Then you begin to cure and not and if you really got a good hit possibly raise the dead. I mean. I'm not sure how far it can go now. Also these these images of the transcendental objects at the end of Tyne Line on the skies of this planet in the form of Spinning vortices of contradiction. This is what young Tom said he said you know the UFO is an image of the cell. And I don't mean the little cells I mean the collective fell of humanity so a story like gyms story. I have no problem with it. I take it as true. It's the people who say you know. And they revealed the nature of the fall of Atlantis and the World Plan Van. It's too so much because it's coming through human interpretation the horrible thing about the UFO people who claim contact is. Is that the the aliens they present to us are so impressively mundane so much more mundane than what you would encounter go on the DMC flash that they're just like the neighbors next door I think that you know alien intelligence. The Trick Creek is not to find it but to recognize it. When it's in front of you intell- intelligence is very slippery concept? Sometimes we can't even even identify it in the person sitting next to with on the bus. So how can you expect to identify the intelligence of an alien I it. It just seems incredibly unlikely to me. I think the world is a lot stranger than we suppose. Without evoking benevolent aliens ends who prefer Vegetarian Diets. And who come from the stars I mean why do they so fit our preconception of what they would be. I mean Silvery Silvery humanoids Alien Intelligence and alien life when. And if you meet it you'll know you're in the presence of the real thinkers you'll be barely barely able to wrap your mind around you know. Maybe there is a certain sense. Answer reality about maybe maybe there is a holographic projection. Out of the guy in mind. It could be a you know. A race of intelligence sarin's that rose and fell before the asteroid impact that wiped out the dinosaurs. It could be all and everything gracing. The trick is to try and get some kind of evidentiary. Hold on this nut in both question But I I'd like to preface it by saying that I haven't used psychedelics in twenty years and haven't used marijuana in seven and and have been considering return to the use of psychedelics and When I stopped stop the last experience which I had it wasn't a terrifying experience and it wasn't a bad trip? It was the similar it similar insights that I haven't heard you mentioned and speak but there were times in which my psychedelic use left me rather shaken and terrified dealing with Gap Crossing over the line though. I have to say that my very first psychedelic experience was one which contained a death and rebirth experience. So I don't know why after that but that's the nature of course So the question is not in both question. It's How does one see with the use of psychedelics? After a long absence from it and not make the mistakes and not running to the walls That I- occasion ran into and or and or deal with me. Get around so well I think the best protection against against unpleasant experiences on psychedelics is to do it with care and the tension in environments that are safe and Dan low on sensory input in other words. You don't take it and go to a crowded singles bar or even a rock and roll concert concert. I mean if you have to combine psychedelics with rock and roll do it with low doses. Well this is the way to do it. It isn't always going to be ecstatic but it's all. It's almost always guaranteed to be educational. There's no way you can feel yourself off from Shaw because Shaw may be what you need but you you can attention to it. I mean fast and going into it cleaning yourself creating a safe safe bay. Not going to it. If you've just been highly agitated by some emotional upheaval in your life and then take a long time to integrate and think about it. It's basically in the fan of the word of religious activity tizzy and it's been crammed the intellect or whatever it is that lies behind. It is very sensitive. Heave to your needs and your limits and unless you approach with cavalier attitude it will usually be very temporal with you now. This fear of death things though it's hard things to come to terms with because You No it we are going to die. It's scripted into the human experience culturally. There's a great deal of anxiety around this and basically I think what one has to do is simply ride it out in terms of advice as to what you do once you have are in the middle of an unpleasant revelation. You can sing your way through that. You can smoke cannabis to to shake up the pieces on the board or and you can just wait and put up with it. It's the the real issue you see around. Fear on. psychedelics is a surrender issue. The EGO plays the trick trick on you because ego begins to dissolve under the influence of the PSYCHEDELIC and The Ego sends thank you the message. You are dying this is it last month deaths. Frisk ploy to hall. What is happening coming because the EGO is dying and to the degree that you identify with the ego you'll be driven into a state of panic joke about about the lone ranger and Show are surrounded by Indians and the lone ranger says well. It looks like the end of the trail will park near and Kontos says the or says it looked like the end of the trail for a partner and concert says what mean ars Pale face and it will be fun to be funny. I am always. I am terrified. Defines the PSYCHEDELIC. I never taste from without our camps kicking for because I take care you know I stand up in front of people increased stuff and want to get it will really get good and what is thank you it when I tasted I say i. I am surrending ring I am surrendering myself to you completely. What you wail with me? Please don't hurt and if you kill me please do it quickly. And I eighty nine no people who tried to order it around heavily male dominated type. He wants to became canal and Mike God they have bad Frisco clarify that they never come back to again because it besides hung on you. It has resources that would make your hair stand on Rep ray with a great great deal of the and for now. This is Lorenzo signing off from Cyber Delic space. Be well my friends

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Catchin Up With The World  Sea. 3 Ep. 102

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Catchin Up With The World Sea. 3 Ep. 102

"Supporting this episode is brought to you by the number two when it's not the number one or the number three is probably number two number two. It's not related to the bathroom in this one. But yeah an Ooh what you need to make. This is what you saw self respect for the money. That's the goal even Hughes Channel as monetary. Episode yourself pilot. That's fine. I appreciate it guys. All right. Eight takes villages like they say right. Welcome Ladies and gentlemen to another episode of the Everyman Show Woo. That's right people. We are here for in our second episode. Already inside Kendall podcast studios the new home of the every man. Oh yeah alright. What are you arguing with your bottle? You got you okay. So you were arguing with someone there got it got it already. We're getting shouldn't here. Mosquitoes have no purpose of life. Don't you know what but they say if you take him off like the evolution chain like don't mess up the ecosystem depends around diseases or I guess I guess it miss it. They said something with the larvae or something. Kill a lot of people. Yeah they do man for sure especially on what's going on right now. That's that's pretty nuts would hang on and do the mosquitoes ladies and gentlemen. I am your host John. Every man light one today sitting here with My Ace my compadres mop. My podcast friend. Puckish podcast besties. We should really come into the bill. You just come here for the beer. I feel love right now Mr. Good night man this amount of beer though as long as you know but sometimes your bottles beer. It's something it's just not beer liquor. It's something in their boilermakers sufficient. Ain't fucking booming man. You know speaking with these diseases may have you been keeping up with this corona virus crap. I don't know why I call the corner. That's the funny name. Well it's I think it's called one. And then they they wanted to make it more like sexier name. I guess and called the corona virus so everybody is walking around with Massey's zone for some reason reason. Well yeah well you know what man? I've been noticing this whole week. How it's put an affect on pretty Matz day-to-day society like the top of the Asians wearing a mask. But they already did that but see. That's the thing about the mess. That's the stupidest should you can do. No they need to educate the masses. That's not prevent you from getting sick. That's only for the seat right. Well it goes further though. This isn't just about masks anymore. Coca Cola's being affected. They're saying that they may not have sweetener available because it comes from China so now they're afraid that whatever you get productwise might come with some corona on your shit like if if if I went and bought my my my Samsung Phone Tomorrow Apple. Excuse my apple phone It might come with Caro- what came from. You know I don't you don't you. You know what's funny? You say this. Someone posted on facebook about a post about. The Wuhan is some sort of fictional book. And they made it said it was lab grown and some people are saying that this is come out of nowhere. It's it's like an atom nowhere virus from them eating bats code. It'd be eating animals wild animals and the first time but uncooked. Not as nasty. The Bush people finally got caught up with Dan. It's fucked while so see. I didn't know that see I? I thought it was some labs shit you know because I I believe in conspiracies before I believe anything. They were eating bat. I don't think you should be everybody's not a good dentist leave but listen man. That's that could've got an insult man. Bad Bad or what else cares chopped up people be back one they call it. Guana Batz Yashar from. That's that's Walter said it and Walter loves listening to NPR. But you know what that's what's up. I mean people hungry every woman everything delicacy overdone time. Yeah that's disgust. You can go over there right now. They got it in the bet. I'm sure they do not WanNa grinding on at the cameras cameras. GonNa be looking at you. Make sure that you safe right. They ain't going to tell them that. So they're going to go to the back actor manager they look at the cameras. Native Telugu is okay to sell it to you or not. Do you feel that your joke that you like to use the talk about? Justice restaurant plays into effect real. Everybody's been messing means about that anyway yet. I didn't it wasn't about bats. It was by animals and stuff delay. Delay was right and six years ago. I told you so long time. Slow not even that now. I have a job where I see some like if you see a tiny right by pet shop. Don't eat the same food and you're putting stuff just more convenient but that their job. I've been saying I already jokes. And it's a mean now is a mean so definitely. Amina people think I've stolen now. You go back six years I did. I got it on video so I can. I can prove that I did that. You're well back. So you kind of nostradamus. To joke here Yeah I I'm sorry coming now but I I wish no virus nobody now. I wonder what he wants to wish. Well I mean there's gotTa be something that you wish the virus on the devil. I mean sometimes doing food because we drank Voodoo right. Nothing bad somebody you know right now that bill which bad on us right now. That's probably talking all wicked. Probably fall out in this Man Let me ask now gone. Or whatever corona virus hasn't made it sound like the name for that though. Gino no that it affected the sales of Corona. I like coronas like coronas getting like has to respond and explain to people that they have nothing to do with the drinking. No right for us. Was You know I made? Sure I'm drinking Heineken. Listed this I I won't drink a coronal. It's free right now. No bullshit coronal. If you WanNa send me some I seem ideas and email me. I don't give a fuck by sent me the email man. I'm aware mass to vent shit. I only be whoever Bush. That's only for the not prevent disease mathematic cat on a virus. I'm sick and then I'm wearing a mask skills into dogs now. They're saying that they got the first dog. Confirmed WITH CORONA virus. I don't know what it sound. Weird to say virus. I don't keep saying. Would you like to go back to college? I said okay. Let's keep going last. They say three to five percent before the hospital right that somebody that their health system is subpar. Yeah we we beat them all Zeka remember Zico interesting water. Pigs was gas fields. What we'd be you know. The funny thing is like when the virus? What are you had their Walter Avenue over large in the right? So you're saying they're doing crowd control with this virus they can't get kill the more on on the why but the bigger it gets they die. Less people will have a bunch of old people dying right. They run out of food. They'll start your cannabis zombies and shit. Gosh okay so wait a minute. So here's the thing he got too far Walter A. And by the way Walter. Fuck off so So here's my thing though so. Wuhan hasn't made it that we know of yet into Miami. I don't give this right. No there's no reported cases but let me ask you this year for a low low. They're selling it out here of any highly highly to see now now. You're kind of answering my question here because my question was going to be. How do you think it's GonNa come into Miami but now we just out there selling it in high alert? Agus so there you go bard got it all right. I was going to blame it on. Maybe like 'cause you know like the Hito plane tonight and they draw such an international crowd. I missed moving with your next topic over here. Well then you know what since since we haven't had a chance to really kind of talk with ourselves and not have so many guests. I want to catch up with the world. I was reading on some news articles here and I wanNA share them with you and get your opinions. The cats were you just. I one or catching up scheduled world questions in Michigan. There was a couple. They had a domestic violence issue. Okay apparently The girlfriend stabbed her boyfriend new. Okay with a summarize sort okay. You don't get stabbed with no some worse I cut with that. That's A. that's a slice. Stabbed him over. Snow set the fact that he didn't buy her. We'd nine a lot about the week you take. It was more than what druggy think causes established crystal Meth. That's not normal week though. That's not normal to summarize. Sort it you gotTa have. Muscles who has summarized sorta laying in their house. Okay Alfredo all right fuck you gotta hate learning about people in here so shirt give a gift with someone to make like your who some random lady just ended you like a summarize. Her boyfriend and gave it to you show. Yeah this with your bare hands. Ham It police come knocking on your door. So this story diva so no the gentleman you get started what he shot. Somebody's like they said. It was twelve inch twelve in sort size of picture. A roller got a pocket knife. The size of the story up a one foot sort of sword. When does this constitute as one foot sword a sword is a sword a sword does it has a pocket knife may fifth sliced POCO? Maybe it was a sword for midgets. You know that could have been midget summarized in the world. You know that right. I doubt it all right. But they would have had swords. Oh now. Do you ever seen a homeless midget. No they win. They win it. I have never seen a homeless bitten in my life. They win it now. Because I saw I saw. I saw game of thrones. I saw the Meiji. He didn't have no fucking forefoot sword that would have been the size of his body. Big Twelve hundred two but okay. What about the soil have so The lady goes to jail and they come to find out that When the police get there and they charged her they charged her as a female but it turns out she was a transsexual. Wait a minute this story worth I. I'll wait a minute changes. The perspective now doesn't mean I. I'm like how you started it because you didn't affect. Yeah I was waiting waiting for that one. You hit the fan 'cause because I came up with the transistor assessment. Whatever what you hit the facts but you not tell them that. That's a she Shirt today right. He loved you for that or she. Whatever my bad data story I got weird. Yeah man it sure. Did they sure did he now? He should've stepped back. That's what drew me to the story. I was like not the Samurai. I said okay. That was that was a clicker but then when I find out that that was a transsexual mouth is just changes everything. This whole story makes complete sense. You know what now makes sense to me? You know getting to fight like that and it's like a person like another against the transaction would just what you said right that what they call it. A S. another male They say if they acting like a girl but the you know like in a few seconds they turned into a man like we can be arguing rabbi and then she got Nick O. Got Like A win. It's like it's like you wrestling back. Maybe Stop Stop. Stop Stop All right now. Like to carry the chain. They very great cared him. I think every transsexual should be in movies. Jeffrey could play Will I think like Mr Turtle you know how you decided to do the same 'cause it's hard to say they've talked like somebody you're not like they're like a woman for a long time until they get mad. Do come out well. You know what now that you're talking about it and just have you ever seen a gay. A gay couple fight in person. It's the most violent. And scariest thing now is the funniest I don't know but man let me tell you. There's some scary as individuals man. You know the funny thing about that and this must be because I have seen it with Mon to this. Ain't got nothing to do with nobody but they they call each other factors money fighting. Is THEY DO Shit? Paul like McCartney the facts it's the weirdest shit and anybody could get mad at me but this is fact. This is what I think. This is not. This is not. I'm not just talking shit. This man they call it punks in fact you bitch. I'll both like I don't know but I won't say that word but usually if they say you know it's weird right to each other they've gotta be swinging. Fuck you bitch. Fuck opinion must be it must be. It's it's the scariest thing to see. I've seen a gay male couple do it? And I've seen a game female couple days. Yeah you'RE GONNA YOU'RE GONNA fight with her or and they say gay just a person that's like that they will shoot ns way we`ve. I've seen them like they didn't get damaged weird because I thought about it in my. I've seen it. I said wow man. So it's not like male female where you fight your you get you get to gaze. Fighting is going to be a bro. It's never it's never one on what is always a big Bro. Yes yes superbowl. They Punch each other like like like Joe like and they all on each other pump. Listen but they quickly bypassed the verbal arguments and they get quick into the physical contact of the portion of arguments here so many bitches of them they kind of makes me appreciate being a straight male and just arguing with women and I don't use those words and speaking of arguing. I think they like I seen someone on the phone and it was just cussing person out and I was like damn man. You talking to your lady like now. I'm talking to the The Cable Company. I was like well that that that's new. I think everybody. Oh you never never argue with the cable company. Everybody did own magazine. That's a new argument anytime. I hear people arguing. They couldn't all if I if I had a volume all pricks every single company. You have people. At and T. Whatever you name the all I promise you if I WANNA act big and bad and I want to release the stress everybody. I call the cable company in Iowa like insult them down to their regular compensation you'd people you argue with you. All right The normal cable company sounds like a marital argument with fuck and all these years and the all these and shit. I'm tired of your Shit. I walked outside this room out. Hang up eighteen. Damn I wish I could go back to being normal. Which fucking walls argue arguments? She must be with thirty dollars a month. Why am I say seventy now? What's going on? I only got rego basic cable. I'm only watching the news in the house of Perry with the fucking my seventy dollars without has seen a commercial for premium. Package that fifty. I got pissed me. They watch the same over in reruns. Elliot the Cowboy them. What is going to be honest with you? I've seen comcast's commercials Rossi like a real good deal in a feel like it's less than what I pay now. I get angry and a call. Comcast the news people a small commercial thirty nine ninety nine for New People. But what about loyalty? I've been with you for fucking eight years bitch. You better pay your and you better turn them took English CETERA. Powering around no more. I don't even need. Hbo Oh man. There's no speaking of TV and shit this weekend. They had that fight with Those two idiots. I don't know their names. Fucking big dude big dude walderings enticed him now whereas Moma for every person in America right so everybody woke up man in the mall for the right but not me. I didn't give it away. Oh man so it's like okay with the white guy a racist when it comes to black and white wanted like a fight or whatever it is like even if I don't watch tennis is a black person for instance white person cocoa or like Venus. Whatever I'll give never not name or not. I don't care if it's hockey. It was black people. White people are willing to black people some racist Shit. Every everybody do yeah. Everybody is moving. If you'd have to like if I saw the Cuban fighter again Kuwa- lead the only time I guess a blackmore. If too cocky right and I we get his ass than what was you said. You didn't care then that wilder loss. I don't give a full. I mean personally everybody lose a fight. I mean he just I I. I don't think he came prepared and other do did I. And I think that's what it comes down to and they're gonNA make more money for. Did you hear about the money? They now of why he felt because he had a heavier costume. When you think that's true no the other do got Carrie by women by women. He didn't have to walk. He don't believe in that he just got his ass. When you when you get your ass you gotta have some type of excuse right now come up and get my ass. I have my coffee. This morning You pump up on coffee. You know anybody who have excuse me gets okay. Wait a minute so now you got me now. You got me here because there's just may remind me of another famous fighter. That had an excuse why he lost so Dante while. They're said his quit his his his whatever was too heavy that that his costume by his legs. That makes sense but I remember Mike Tyson. Saying years ago that his back was broken. He broke his back in a fight. Everybody when you lose excuse was crazier. Your back is broken. I mean you. Food that though for the Ba- Brooklyn Park. I seen somebody at nine thirty on the back and and I don't know how the hell do have his back. He was riding a bike the next day. I promise you. This is the facts for crack. This is no bullshit. I think crack. I'm telling you I keep telling you. This crack is a new medicine. The Do Actually. He broke his back. I know this for a fact I noticed personally. Yes surgery on his back. The next day headline the bike for like nothing for crack he felt fine. I guess a crack crack is when he started smoking. Fucking I I could ride. They crack is wack but occurs the back that night. I've never seen it but it is. This is this is everything I say seen this and I don't I don't try to make that'd be funny. Another shit just chose Ru. There's do first back surgery. The next thing he's riding the bus for crack. Yeah Mike. Tyson has some validity here. He did he lose. He lost that fight. He's leaving me and I don't remember who it was might have been like a holyfield fight or some nine Holyfield said. He broke his back and fight. That fight needed. I I just know. Every person in America pissed yeah man like black people were upset with that. One failed down on black history month. Like that's how about you. Cow Able just about black humor but for me for personally. Everybody was a fight. You didn't get the medieval costume. Though I was like. What's the point of that like the list? It's too much. It's too much fan going on. Just come out. Regula combined ready to fight them back a kitten begging the dating and do all that shit that commerce gets. You'll ask if fucking fighting from all that Clamor Kate. Okay so when? Is it the best time to come out in some sort of medieval gear? Will you know you're GONNA win in and get so as being you your rapper rapper? Goodness medieval gear. Nope they wrap trash dumb ass lyrics to came out here naked. We'd have been made sense if you saw easy coming out with like a medieval geared. Does that make sense not this time? 'cause he doing a lot of Gospel so it wouldn't throw off the messier. It will make well. What about the same? Maybe he's GonNa go right back to the crew and like I say I feel like any time any time money box I feel like is is no excuse. You GotTa compare and you know you should know better to wells like some shit like that. You know what affects your leads or whatever. The case may be sure before you put any extra things like that. You've been practicing that coming out and that's one thing about wrapping. They were probably already practices that already the Bernardi knew that they would have been understood. Eh One day just WACO put on his heavy ass. Shit is like robots shit and walk out there. Yeah I was like a little bit much it could. It could happen. Well he just got his ass but he loves. He know that you would've thought it was some. Wwe Shirt Nelson. W It looked like it. That's all it is a third fight right to boost our more money because everybody going this guy because the US was totally against the other. Do I got a bet with other? Do you know any names while they're enticing. Yeah you see. I don't watch a lot of fights only and wanted this new fight. So you know. I'll watch none of that shit. I got paid for this but I feel like I think this is like do carried out that that was beyond me. There's other do walking. Well let's see it's like there's a lot of shit going I feel like you gotta fight and then you can do you want somebody asked you. Often they're mad at me but yo coming in with a math now is losing its popularity. I can. That's why I am trying trying to put up. This is all about the money like we're GONNA have a third fight and that's going to boost up a lot now to ask the against wild and he'll actually win so we'll go wild win. Let's say there's a boxer your his manager in this guy really just wants to come out into costume. What would you recommend? And I'm as manager. Yeah you can get your ass date and I'm gonNA throw in the towel before you do what you do you want to. I feel I should wear. It's like me right right right right and I come back there with all his glenn she come out with Glamour. I got she going push. I Guess Fourth of July fucking like that and then I go up there and bomb I should say in. Yeah you shift within the Busse boost their make about who subarus in that well off. It's like I'm going to do all that I know about the bulk of the come on and say my name say my name. I WANT MY ASS. I know music started talking. Hopefully mushy good. And then after the show I start letting them shits fly when my she'd be successful. I think you've got to do after you will celebrate man. He's only one person that could celebrate. You think mayweather that's it he dominated in today's Day on to what's so hard about getting some sort of fake aluminum. Shit that maybe looks prosthetic and it's ultralight like you got the moment you don't work you don't know that it's not. I want to be authentic. No you don't WanNa wear real you doing. I'm saying he never tried it on. He just fight. He never tried that on before then he got up that day. You know but you know when you walk in and make sense. Because I've seen a heavier shit I'll make you could way down your legs but ain't GonNa do to swing motherfucker swing you got so as beat. Beat Leagues Game. No no no no no you don't move me that he s type of fighting move. It's not a lightweight. Middleweight Shit. We move a lot with my legs. You heavyweight when it gets heavy tap awaited. His heavyweight is comes down. Just Punch man but as Legwork to as more to stand in a hidden you know what really that much it makes me wonder Because ask mom I WANNA I WANNA move on. You know what but he actually listening to you. It makes me realize that I have a finer appreciation for way back in the days when they had those nights for battling and shit because if he couldn't handle that imagine those guys back then they used to dress mash it and fighting combat with those out. Like yo you those guys were all took too long for me. That's the worst of nothing. It'll mean shit man. I think until like four days when the madoff like if if I'm know with warriors is to mother for two grown as mayor having a disagreement and they won't fight phone. I feel like high monarchy with fucker. You and him Schiff we. You should just get in that everybody's standing in a circle any war team versus team could lose. Wi Fi for you but what? But what if one's like super young and John the other ones like eighty finish talking about that man? Talk Big Shit is your ass. It's simple if I even right now. The president is going if the president go out on US money from Mexico or some Shit. They should get at it. You know what anybody one on mono it sounds like you're playing a game of big bank versus Little Bank. Whoever wins takes the fucking thrown to me? That's how it goes anyway more man you know you've got thousand two hundred a little bit. Yeah NUMBER DUMB WAR. You gotTA kill a lot of people. Hey you thousand man and it's two hundred. I'm joining thousand one a Allie. Like this team shop in the army of all to the flag. You know they always like the flat flat. I'm grabbing Shit. Y'All playing big bang versus little. Thank man I ain't playing that game medieval Big Bang Bang. I'M GONNA I'm on the two hundred two thousand on one man. I heard home. You ain't even gotTa thousand you got about ten thousand. He just brought this to play shots. Come out to work and back then. I'm wondering type people that they two girls man. Y'All guitar then she. I swear I fight all so Yana forward. I got you a trade or no. I know I'm a smart man. I'm small I'm at full lives. You can imagine you in the movie. Three hundred and he went up against like that. Sir. Cro Three hundred. I'm with them. I also you'll play their game you play little pursuer big baby to ugly turtle nigger man. He played that game to say side. He saw the numbers. No got one hundred thousand total. Do though I feel he fucked up for that because I feel like they only let them fight. Because you couldn't she'll these motherfucking aboard arose you will turtle. Uk. She'll man you keep calling him the turtle dude. Yeah I'm fucked up what to say better. Do you take that movie. Just narrating comes little turtle dude. He did the smart play. Play play medieval big pain versus little bad out of that. Three hundred they had a women went to the side with women. He saw the big elephants in the Golden. Turn logging fucking buxom that night. I don't blame you. We'll get known over. Its worst nightmare man. Over for some reason I wanna see the version. That's in your head so that we can see little turtle dude walk around him and hey little turn them in. You made it to the right to me. But you ain't gotTa tell me. I can't put my shield. I'm not I put my arm up. Can't be in the front aim. I haven't done pushups all week long. I can't let this Senate gotta go. I'm ugly I WANNA ask him off a sweet Jesus gotta wipe the tears off this one. Let's move it along and You know I saw in Denver. There was There was a lady that had to go through the courts to get back her apartment. She had to fight some squatters. You ever heard of squatters man. They go in there and they just fucking sit in their. They live in life man. Yes squatters. I'm I'm like this. And those are the most people in America. Not Aim Bo yards. They need a place to stay this. You're not leaving now. You believe but you don't want to I got lice. Owner changed a lot live here. The banks have the squatters work anyways. Do they work at the bank? But you find a random house. I'd sleep in the inner city. Somehow you hitting no listen of people that got cows and the squad to get enough water. No you wouldn't let me days could have got milk coming up but but we but let me ask this though as the squatter. You can't leave the house or you stuck in there because I thought if a squatter leaves catch you just go back in there yourself right intake over the house but like as a squatter like so long as you're physically in house you live in there. Can't leave what. What have you got like a job or you wouldn't WanNa go like listen. You say your squad got A. I'm just sat one my job as the final another house asleep here tonight right. I guess I guess they kind of have a job and they score and they smart but squatters gotta eat. Wouldn't you have to step outside? It gets to eat what you mean. You gotTA leave the House. Now they can leave. Include if you're going to come sleep with you name you okay. Okay remember. Squatters have lights in their name. They got the key to change the locks. Initiate the cut the grass. It's it's the house They've got a puppet on sixty they probably even paying every man. It's going to be a squatter for the summer. You're not a good squad squad questions like can I leave. No they're not. I don't know squatter prison. It's not like that. Get squatter rules going on and you probably have come right back backing. I was wondering I was like what if I like as the owner. Wanted to come back in there when you're gone like I can't use anyone that people squad they know you know one of their house. They knew it like. I say they've got to work for the bank. They gotTA Listen Up Evil Shit if your professional squad that means you find a houses every month old house for year. You can live in house for three years. Yeah the bay to go nowhere to go in and start payments or trying to get moving you can live how long you want and somebody acting own housing. And they're like okay. You gotTA leave. You can have friends all in that bit from the do right you for a long time to somebody actually own. That is interesting. I didn't know that well the story that I read this comes out of Denver Colorado and There was a homeowner that had to go through like a whole ordeal to get her. Back from squatters parenting. She was running into someone and then the guy left which she didn't know when he left squatters took over which was a a lady into guys. Are you what you don't know? Is Man that do what he's new he's so. I'm sure he did he. He knows professional squads so he sold the house for cheap and he let pride they come in there and find out well and then where everybody in the high anyway so we all know who who know what well I believe. These people must have been high because when this lady her place bag. She said that it was disgusting. She said that she had to hire special cleaning. Crews to get stuff out. She's cleaning up. Oh No I'm sure you imagine that. They brought console the going to clean my squatted house. You respond up. When they come into play would she came to discover was that she found drugs? All the place paraphernalia. She found sex toys and snakes. Wait a minute we already listen or the sex toys. Our new drugs together. In life draws the sexy. Oh I never have. Anybody ever did drugs and no one has six after that Shit. They foolish it. Well you know I was KINDA WANNA NOBODY. There do draws. Here's what threw me off. No no no. But here's what even on a stick a heroin. They'd sleep for a few hours and they wake up. I WANNA fuck is true. Well here's who threw me off. It was one girl into guys that were living in their apparently or she. And that's what I was thinking. I was like implies like what type of fun is this drugs. Like running porn in here the squatters slash swingers get different people. That came over there right. They other community squatters the come through but what does the snake have to do this? Yeah like where does the snake coming into this game? Shit ain't nudo professional squatters. They crony there'd be no wait a minute. Shame down the snake inside the cage with the little like the snake was able to come on. And Tell You this movie with. Y'All living here come in. Please keep me shit. They all left. They were like Damian. Ya fucking left me behind me fucked up. What type of snake? Though you know by now I didn't they didn't mention the snake but I was just like that's so weird like who'd have like sex toys and like snake. I understand now. The reason why they left the shit open for the state to get out because they house was filthy. Like lady standard was I mean. It was coming in that month for Free Dan. This is a good way to the smart way to live. You know. If you've got a squad bring pet snake. Yeah yeah all the Redskins in out when he wants so. We have a lot of mice. I let snake goal. I'm going on you see Mr Good. I walk with a kitten in the little snake. He's like what do you do about the goal squat with a bad blue? A bit What you do though going camping camping somebody that's fucked up as the owner man. You know they didn't see the type of house it was. It aint get into specific so that squad. I'M GONNA go into big house for responding to that. You wouldn't do it in a small little like a man. I won't be able to go. I'm going to be right. He's GonNa be living in Coco plum over here in Miami. Only big this neighbors Pat Riley. Talk every new. I'm not unable what he don't be squinting his belief. I need food. How long do you think you would pull it off? How long do you think you'd be able to pull off when somebody is trying to pull my whole life if he doesn't own family whitegate white picket fence? Yeah the professor. Just Oh man. They know him around. The block is the squatter family and he just keeps finding better houses every year and shit like oh they just finished building backhaus baby look like somebody gotta get over. Oh Wow man. That's what I feel like. I learned a lot was squatting. Right now you can move alone. Yeah we sure can my friend Andy Reid I would to a man you know what I believe. I don't have not. I got one more story left in my head. This'll be our last one of the night. Well not actually this one in I wanNA have a quick to be with you This last story. It was in North Carolina. It was a family. Mcdonald's A man. His wife and I guess their child as they were leaving McDonald's the wife and the child gone through one side of the vehicle to get in but as husbands going into the car just before he gets in he gets ran over by a deer he got hit by you know he was trying to get in his car and he just got blindsided ran over by deer. Come was a bit. Don't remember you re he'll remember you do you feel that What animal would you be able to withstand getting ran over by no none? Hell no you think you could risk standing deal. You're talking about with atlas who I was picturing without seeing a big deal dino that he said he was happy he was okay that the deer didn't get hurt. That's what I told you. Call he no he does. He probably hunting them. Do you think that deer recognize the mall? Yeah I remember you partnered. Oh Man oh yeah. Babies were Bambi. Came back and said Oh I saw you three. That's you man actually got another story. I want to move into real quick This is an Australian man. I I read a lot. I read a lot. We need even watching TV. I read like one hour Ah Bam boom. That's I in Australia. Aban boom thirty minutes is it Bam boom. Am I saying that right? Bam Boom Bam boom as a monkey. Yeah you almost babble babble babble on their baboon about Boone in Australia escaped captivity with its two wives after they were trying to attempt to do a victim to it. Do you feel that's true? Do you feel that that baboon escaped because it knew it was going to get a second me took two wives when first of all how does it baboon have to is what you mean? How do they get married? I don't know maybe maybe I could've been could've been too not just the Muslim one. It could have been one of those Mormons as they want a you could they form a mob coochie good? Don't give 'em whatever you are you would you know you. Yeah Yeah I mean when you got yours you you protect plants. Kucha FIFA both but he was escaping now for them because they were trying to snippets balls grab. Both of them should me. Nothing sees folks to two and if we're getting there before they cut my balls off your the scientists and you saw that your boon escape because you knew it was about snippets bose. Would you try to go and get that baboon? Backer just understand. Now I get you right kids. I feel like Dan though. These bad boon's or evolving this planet of the Apes Surreal. Because this guy knew though does my thing hey no. This wasn't a nuts at is true. But how do you get more nuts to animals? No they're getting their nuts clipped you know what now started thinking that scientists little freaky. That's why that baboon. It went by not bowls scientists. Yes because little. Booties Iran stupid. He'll probably trying to stick some of his booty. But I ain't GONNA go. I WanNa lay that. I'm with him. Bush hypnotized touches. The ball. You talking about man getting man. No babboons are the ones that had their butts exposed. You know guess I would. I've watched discovery channel. No no no no. No no no. Very distinct asked issue was a little weird weird little food. No because it's yeah because there's a little booth from S. Two scientists GONNA take my two wives this scientists. We'd Man. That's funny ball who you shouting out. Because that's what you're about. I mean you know what he's an asshole but then last but not least not you know. We tried doing this last year. And I feel like we almost all drew lines of like Warren Battle when we tried doing the tournament for for hip hop artists. Remember that last year. We shouldn't do it now because through right. No no no no but what I do WanNa to do and I wanted to beat this with you now should we? Were not going to go back into hip hop. I don't want to. I don't want bloodshed anymore. We're GONNA move into this year with movies. Are you comfortable with that moves? That's cool all right so let me call out the four categories and stopped me come. Comedy who sci Fi horror folks whole all its sign Horse Saints Share Right Right Right Right. Yeah tomato so models ever watch. But you know you gotta go to sci-fi before you gotta find the hordes of every movie tornadoes shocks who okay this shit keep on. The next one is love movies. That'll be our third category. Oh wait whoa you have one already hold on in. Our fourth category is going to be Action Adventure movies. Yeah now what? I do WanNa expresses the rules when we start this next week that Certain these categories are gonNA have certain restrictions like for example the avengers. We all love avengers. But where do we fit them? Are they action or the sci-fi yes a good question May both probably I think I think fairness is big ads. They need to make them If you if you make them satisfy your taken away from horror movies because that's how they live right okay because you know what. I'm afraid of when we do this. I feel like one category is just GonNa get jammed with feel like. We shouldn't like mix up the categories. I think the funniest movie that we think should be should be that in comedy and this is another one comedy in love. I do WANNA separate ROM COMS ROM coms. I think Rome comes belonging. Love movies saying you just separate separate every category comedy as the funniest movie or well. What about fifty first dates with Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore? 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Term Recap: 2019-2020

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Term Recap: 2019-2020

"Hey everyone. This is Leon Nathan from fiasco and slow-burn. On today's episode of five four, Peter Reunion and Michael are taking a break from history. Instead they're talking about the present. It was the first abortion case sided with president. Trump appointees on the court a decision coming in on Daca Roger Trait the opinion, and it was John Roberts and the four liberals, and the opinion is it's a joke what happened during Supreme Court session that just wrapped up. How differs from what a Lotta people think so we have another decision from a conservative Supreme Court with an outcome that would please the Democrats and the Liberals. This is five to four a podcast about how much the supreme. Court. Sucks. Welcome to five to four where we dissect and analyze the supreme court cases that have burned through American life like hot lava through the streets of. It Peter Twitter's the law boy I'm here with Rian Hey. Hi Everybody and Michael Hello and today we wanted to take a step back and reflect on Supreme Court term that ended a few weeks ago. We took a week off last week to give thanks for the term that was and also because I was moving now they're in a new closet surrounded by pillows and blankets, and all the things that my producer. Makes me put inside my closets Mo Money Mo problems that's right. The incredible wealth that we've derived from no cast is not without sacrifice. Guys, can you imagine doing this podcast and it being like economically worth it I. Wouldn't that be so fucking cooled Before we talk about what happened this term we should talk about what people seem to think happened this term and what people seem to think happened is that Chief Justice John Roberts established himself as a moderate voice on the Supreme Court. He joined the Liberals in a handful of close cases especially towards the end of the term, and that gave a lot of observers the impression that he's gravitating left but any close analysis of those cases shows that his opinions are intentionally cagey and designed to give liberals a short term win while paving the way for conservative victories down the road. So. Roberts has changed his voting strategy, but he remains deeply committed to the conservative political project and you really couldn't tell that if you were just reading the legal journalistic media right I mean. been receiving heaps of praise from moderate and liberal journalists pundits, and I think we should talk about some of that media coverage in Rianne you you read through some of it. A unfortunately did and I'm here to report that it is a pile of smelly garbage. Like do legal analysts have some sort of duty to like. Say like got hand it to the chief justice just like every fucking term like can they just save for once that? Shit. fucking sucks. This is why cancel culture it's not real if canceled culture was real, we wouldn't be here right now having to tell you that actually chief justice, John? Roberts. Is a little bitch in he's not gonna his job but yeah, let's go through some of this ridiculous kind of media rundown over the past couple of weeks a commenting on. The end of the Supreme Court term. So Jeffrey Rosen wrote in a piece called. John. Roberts is just who the Supreme Court needed. He writes that quote at a time of greater partisan conflict between the president and Congress than any time since the civil war as Americans are questioning the legitimacy of all three branches of the Federal Government Roberts worked to ensure that the Supreme Court can be embraced by citizens of different perspectives as a neutral arbiter guided by law rather than politics. Adam live tack in The Times he's like Ana John Roberts Dick Sucking. Marathon stop. In quote, in an era of stark partisan polarization chief justice John G, Roberts junior fig. Honorific Robert. Steered the Supreme Court toward the middle doling out victories to both left and right in the most consequential term in recent memory Then he quotes a professor, Lee Epstein as saying trend is clear. He is drifting left at a statistically significant rate and at a re roughly resembling suitors liberal turn in the nineteen nineties. FROG. Lucky off. If you ever see any like statistical analysis of Supreme, court decisions that tries to place them on like on political spectrum you can immediately move on right it's so difficult to do. You can't clearly delineate between left and right decisions. Right? It's more complicated than that and anyone who's trying to do it and like selling it to you as an explanation of the Supreme Court is a her yes, absolutely. All right well, but this like completely unearned praise. For the chief justice is not just an east coast disease. So David Savage in the La Times wrote quote as he has done in previous years. Roberts showed again that he has masterful at finding the middle ground on contentious issues. Later, savage says the Supreme Court term took on quote a dramatically different tone than conservatives or many others expected with Chief Justice John G. Roberts firmly in control and steering the court on a middle course why why do not have to act like something as cool and novel and surprising if it just isn't like good somebody check on these people's brains, it's not hard because they're like dripping out of their. In Floor, their writings are perfect check in with their brand also upset that like these people just get to go to like the LA. Times. Times the Atlantic and just pitch their shitty idea like what if we said that John Roberts is good now and it's the same. Like in every newspaper across the country and the editors are like. Yeah What we pay you two hundred, thousand dollars a year for it's also even crappier to be like just a law professor who's like you know what the world needs to hear as an op-ed. John Roberts is doing good. Yeah. Okay. I got one of those for you. Jonathan Adler who is a law professor at some garbage law school. They're all garbage he said in an op Ed in the New York Times that Roberts is quote a judicial minimalist judicial minimalist who seeks to avoid sweeping decisions with disruptive effects. If a litigant seeks an outcome that will transform the law or produced significant practical effects, Roberts vote will be harder to get guys. My soul has left my body a minimalist where it's not minimalism. I don't know what he thinks minimalism is. I think that someone who like dismantled the Voting Rights Act is not a minimalist. That's not. Yeah he's a minimalist when the alternative is something that he feels is politically untenable. Sure. where he feels advantageous, he's minimalistic when it's not, he's Maximal Listrik that doesn't make a minimalist that makes him an opportunist exactly right and so. You're asking where the shit comes from why these people do it and I. I think of it like in ancient Greece. There was like the bucket Oracle at Delphi. WHO WOULD JUST Pronounce like nonsense, and then they were like these priestesses profit tae who would interpret the nonsense in turn it into something coherent and that's basically you know law professors and the legal journalists is supreme. Court says whatever the fuck they want. They say they're following precedent when they're not. They say they're like respecting the lower courts fact-finding when they're not these people job is to be like actually they are money speech that makes sense. Yeah and this isn't overturning Roe v Wade it's just Get and it's because they're entire job you know relies on it like if you're fucking priest of the Supreme Court and the supreme court's garbage, nobody has any use for exactly look just as an example if you're like profit like UC hastings may even if you graduated from Yale if you're young like you did graduate from Yale or Harvard, you went clerked cream court. None of your students have that career path, right? Like that's just not something that's on offer for them and you don't have anything meaningful to teach them about the law as they'll be practicing it in their careers because they don't know shit about like what a real estate post-closing looks like or how to get like a default judgment vacated in some county we're or whatever, which is like, what most of their their students will be doing their value to the students and to the academia in general is interpretation of the Federal Courts, the Supreme Court in particular. But also the courts of appeals and if the courts are just ideological lawmakers pursuing their own agendas value is next to right. Really good point. We should note that not all academics have been so blinkered in their analysis here, Leah Littman wrote a great article for the Atlantic I. Think she got her on the Washington. Post about just how narrow the so-called Roberts winds were Erich. Segal the wrote about just how dangerous precedent created this year was, but I want to note that like writing articles about how a Supreme Court justice seems good and smart even if it's accurate is the type of journalism that is just fundamentally unimportant. Yes. It doesn't ask anything of the powerful it doesn't challenge it's reader it is produced by and for the brains of people who are on mental cruise control from birth until down. And Fruit. Of completely friction Lewis Lives. Seated bad. But what if I told you that it's actually okay like don't worry. John. Roberts. Is there for you rate it's as people that are selling comforting lies to people who are not affected by any of the turmoil in this country or in this world, right? They just need reassurance that their apathy is acceptable. But if you're a professor and that's your takeaway, you shouldn't have a job and this is just what happens with twenty years of your entire being right two articles a year give kids the same test, two semesters in a row, a month and a half to grade it, and that's it other than that. You just fucking blow smoke up your friends, asses at cocktail parties and that's it. These people are not interacting with the world in such a way where they could ever actually produce an interesting thought. About it, you don't have to fucking pay attention to what they think because it's so disconnected from reality that it just doesn't fucking matter. Exactly. So the dominant media narrative about John Roberts here runs in the two problems. I the cases he's being praised for aren't nearly the victories. A lot of liberals seem to think they are with the exception of Bostock County. The LGBT rights case that we covered a few episodes ago each of the cases and we'll talk about them are very hollow and fleeting wins for. Liberals. The other issue is that Roberts's votes in other areas are consistently the same horrific reactionary shit we've come to expect from him. Yeah. So I I think it's important to quickly discussed the cases where Roberts supposedly flipped to the liberal side and again you know maybe the most unequivocal victory where Roberts joined the majority was. The Clayton County again, we didn't episode on it. So I don't WanNa get into too much detail but the court held that Federal Employment Discrimination Laws apply to lgbt people, and the caveat is that the opinion expressly left the door open for religious exemption to the law through the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. The other caveat here is that Robertson even write this one gorsuch did his vote wasn't even necessary really to carry a majority and so giving Roberts credit for it seems a little bit odd. Yeah and then in the abortion chase June medical of Russo Roberts joined the liberals in striking down like a restrictive lease Anna, abortion law in those five four and so he wins the deciding. But that also has huge caveats in the big one is at this exact case like not like similar not like kind of the same like this law was before the court for years. And in that case, Kennedy sided with the Liberals giving them five votes and striking down there restrictions. And so the reason this case is back in front of the court is because conservative activists where like Kothe full fucking Kennedy's gone right? He's been replaced by cabinet and so yet Robert switched sides but the reason he did so is because he's just like look the court just ruled on this like you can't ask me to say like all that really matters is like the personnel of the court we're supposed to at least pretend like this shit man. And he just doesn't WANNA look transparently in bad faith. But what happens is he writes a concurring opinion which is going to end up being what a lot of courts pay attention to. That endorses a standard that actually allows for a lot more restrictive laws you know without requiring any demonstration that the laws protect the health and safety. Back Yeah. So the case for years ago that Michael mentioned that's called whole women's health, and that case was about restrictive laws that were passed in the state of Texas to force abortion providers to meet these really unrealistic standards like for doctors to have admitting privileges to area hospitals in that case as Michael. said, it was struck down and then this case June medical brought basically the same sorts of laws. That Louisiana had pasta. So while Chief Justice Roberts. Yeah. He upholds the ruling to strike down to Louisiana Law June medical. He does it like clearly really begrudgingly, he says quote I joined the dissent in whole woman's health and continue to believe that that case was wrongly decided and because Roberts makes himself the swing vote here that means that his concurrence that's the holding opinion that's the law of the land so to. Speak this is gonNA allows dates some wiggle room to pass laws that are restrictive and in addition something that's really really concerning for people who are working on reproductive justice and reproductive rights is that Roberts in concurrence? He's straight up signals that he'd be open to overturning Casey, which is a conservative opinion that sort of saved abortion rights but in an already narrow way and Roberts here in this concurrence is basically signaling. that he wants to hear argument about Casey he says quote no party in June medical has asked us to reassess the constitutional validity of Casey meaning bring us a case where we can assess the validity of Casey. So we don't need to praise this guy for being some big respecter of Precedent Casey is precedent to and he's signaling to the public. Hey, I'm willing to rethink it and just to emphasize like Of Casey. Everybody knows the name wrote away and think like, Oh, they're going to overturn Roe v Wade that's the right to abortion and all that. But in reality, the decision that describes that right and the greet which exists in the degree to which states can restricted is casing. So if he's willing to revisit it, that means you're willing to rethink entirely the way abortion regulated or whether or not he exactly right. So a couple of small decisions we wanted to mention Roberts joined the liberals to uphold Daca and to save the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau both those cases were kind of similar Roberts joins the liberals, but he provides the trump administration with a roadmap. For dismantling DACA and for ending the CFP, it's barely a win. In both of those cases. You also have the trump subpoena cases sort of similar. He denied Congress access to trump's tax records while saying that prosecutors could have them essentially ensuring that whatever those tax records are. They won't be seen until after the election and it's just embarrassing to see the media into the idea that those are wins for alley right and the dominant give praises Roberts for two things, his objectivity and his desire to preserve the integrity of the institution of the court. But those things are incompatible. You can't be both objective and purposefully shifting your opinions to make the court seem more moderate. Almost, no legal commentators have pointed out that there is inherent tension between these two things if Roberts is intentionally trying to land on moderate outcomes in certain politically contentious cases and I think we all agree that he is that doesn't prove that the court is apolitical. That Robert is expressly factoring politics and public opinion into his decisions. This is someone who in his confirmation hearings famously described his judicial philosophy as being a neutral umpire who calls balls and strikes. So it's bizarre to see people praise him for engaging in what we all agree is political decision making on the court exactly and it should go without saying that if you admit he's shifting his opinions for political reasons you to ask yourself to what end everyone says he's trying to preserve the institutional legitimacy of the court. What it means is that he's trying to obfuscate just how conservative the court. Really. Is and just how much farther right of the general public it is on a huge array of issues and so when someone writes an article praising, Roberts for his statesmanship or whatever what they're really praising is his ability to project to the public, the image of a Supreme Court that does not actually exist. Yes. It's misleading to the public on the part of John. Roberts, and it's misleading to the public on the part of journalists and legal analysts who are sort of regurgitating this line over and over for us right. All right. 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Right, you know let's talk about what actually happened this term outside of these kind of handful of cases where he a Stencil. took a small step to the left. This term like any other Roberts court term was defined by a huge number of reactionary decisions. The most visceral and farthest right in our view fall into three basic areas, immigration, religious liberty, and voting rights. Let's talk immigration I share like we already said, well, we got a Dhaka win an opinion that sort of. Again a upholds and protects DACA for dreamers. Please remember that John Roberts is no friend of immigration rights. We've already done an episode on it. John Roberts is in the majority in Trump v Hawaii which, of course is not in this term but trump Hawaii upholds the Muslim ban. In this term, he's in the majority in Hernandez v Mesa. We also did an episode on that dot case is about a border patrol officer shooting a young Mexican teenager across the border that case isn't expressly. About immigration, but it's certainly about the border and border politics and what law enforcement can do in these immigration enforcement zones like the Guy Sucks okay. He sucks on this issue on immigration and aside from Dhaka, there are two other cases. This term that were awful for immigrants and asylum seekers in the United States. The first is Barton verses bar this case it's literally too complicated to discuss at any length, but we can just say that this case burn, v Bar creates an additional barrier for green. Card holders to be eligible for cancellation of removal, and that's one of the few defenses that green card holders have to deportation, and in another case, which was department of homeland security versus their acid GM. In that case again, Robertson the majority saying that asylum seekers are not entitled to getting their case reviewed by federal court after an asylum officer rejects their initial claim for refuge in the United States basically What this means is that when someone reaches the US and wants to be granted asylum. The very first part of that process starts with an asylum officer in what's called a credible fear interview, and if the asylum officer agrees that you have a credible fear of being return to your country, then you can get your refugee claim reviewed in detail by an immigration court. If the asylum officer does not agree that you have a credible fear, the supreme court has said in this case that that decision is final and you cannot appeal that to Federal Court to review on your behalf. Imagine. What sort of fucking exactly are you know the officials who are deciding whether or not your fears credible, right right. Right right. So religious freedom. Maybe one of the most consistent trends of the Roberts area is the expansion of preferential treatment for religious people and religious institutions. We talked in our hobby lobby episode about how the court a few years ago was using the religious freedom restoration act to sort of create a space in which employers could discriminate using religious grounds and gorsuch decision on lgbt writes in boss doc hinted at future exemptions to employment discrimination laws for religious employers. But there were also two prominent cases that underline just how far right. The Roberts court is on so-called religious freedom. Generally, in Espinoza v Montana Department, of revenue, the court held that if states give secular private schools financial assistance, they have to provide the same assistance to religious schools. A lot of states have rules. Against funding religious activity for the purpose of avoiding having the excessive entanglements of the government and religion. Right of course, the goal of the First Amendment, but conservatives have steadily been rejecting that understanding of the First Amendment and shifting toward a framework that is in some ways almost completely inverted, where not only can states fund religious activity but is actually mandatory for them to do. So in another case, Our Lady of Guadalupe, the Morrissey Baru, that's how you pronounce it. The court held that antidiscrimination laws do not apply to teachers at religious schools. There's an exception to discrimination laws called the Minister Ariel exception and the idea is simple religious institutions like. Are Allowed to discriminate on the basis of gender sex or lgbt status for example, when they're hiring ministers or priests or some equivalent because they argue those things are essential to their religious practice and they should be allowed to hire representatives of their religion that reflect its values and that's why it's legal for every Catholic priest to be a male or whatever. But that's always been limited to actual ministers and priests or people in similar positions, and this opinion basically says that. Applies to anyone employed by religious institutions, opening the door for religious schools and churches to discriminate against their staff even if those staff aren't in positions of any like religious authority. So for example, if you are a Catholic school or a Catholic Church and a janitor applies who is a gay man, this would allow them to freely say, no, we don't hire gay people despite the fact that any other employer a nonreligious employer would, of course, be violating employment discrimination laws by doing so. And I think this brings US unfortunately Voting rights maybe the single most consistent project of John Roberts himself the slow sort of attack on voting rights as they exist in America, and the genuine erosion of what I think is any real claim to us being the most democratic country in the world, right? Yeah. But this is the. Biggest smelly as pile of shit. And John Roberts. Legacy. Many piles of Shit right there were four voting rights cases. This term actually you might be surprised to hear that because there was only one that I think really people considered like A. And that was RNC DNC episode on it recap that in a second. But the other three are took place five like the courts shadow docket, which is all the decisions they make without oral argument. They don't get as much press in it's like. Are we gonNA hear this case or not or is it decision just gonNA stand is this ruling be like put on hold or is it going to go into effect of things like that and it can have massive consequences I wanNA focus on two of the four because I think they're pretty significant. I again is aren't CB DNC, which was about the Wisconsin primary, which is happening right in the middle of cove it, and if you didn't hear our episode on that or you don't really remember it, the issue was that that would have elections just overwhelmed while with requests for absentee ballots the. Fact that they were going to be thousands of people we didn't get their absentee ballots on time to vote Wisconsin Law requires that the balanced and filled out in returned in received by election, day and their people. Clearly, we're not even GONNA get their ballots by them. So district extended the deadline and said, okay instead of having to receive it by election day, you just have to receive it within five days of election day in giving basically a full extra business week to the board of elections into voters to get their shit together and get their votes in seems reasonable and the supreme court said Noah. That's a little too friendly to voters, and so what they said instead was your needs to be postmarked by election day. This is precisely the thing that like that fucking Douche Adler might say it's like a minimalist approach to this. But actually this is more sort of violence to the election process than the district court sprint because what happens is a few days before the election, the Standards Change, it did turn out to be the case that thousands of voters didn't get their ballots in. Time to get them postmarked by election day also, some people got their ballots and sent them in on time because they were received day or two after the election. But since this comes on like government issued postage paid reply mail, they didn't get postmarks and so the board of elections to know what to do with them says of big mess. Some people voted in person who otherwise they didn't want to a number of people got sick from covid thousands of people got disenfranchised to meet new. As a result of this ruling and the court. Based on this idea that you don't change the rules of an election very close to that election, which set aside the fact that they changed the rules again, even closer to the election in a way that was more restrictive and mortgage fusing is just ridiculous because that will applies ordinary times but you know cove it is not. Exactly an ordinary exactly, and so if you compare that to this case razor via the Santa's in Florida, the court goes the exact opposite way and you got to bear with me for a seconds the procedural history kind of matters here. So the state of. For a very long time at a law that said convicted felons lose their right to vote forever as a relic of Jim Crow. And in two thousand, eighteen, the voters of Florida resoundingly rejected. It's like something like sixty five percent a crazy number in modern dance to get that many people behind it saying, no once people have completed their term, they should be able to vote again, they should be able to reenter. Society and immediately Republicans in charge of the state. House. Pass a law saying well, okay. Sure. But completing their terms doesn't just mean that they're out of jail doesn't mean that they finish their role also means that they paid their fines and fees. and. All that. which is a problem for a number of reasons You know that sounds a lot like a whole tax right and so it was challenged in court. Another reason we should add is that Florida has absolutely no understanding or record of how much most of these people actually. Oh so there's literally no way for them to satisfy this requirement and gain the right to vote right next to. Add to it even if they did have specific records showing exactly what you owed, you know once you get out of prison, you still have some fines and fees from your case or whatever. There's no recognition that this obviously disproportionately affects the poor right if you can't afford to pay your fines and fees, you can't vote and that's not how we do things in this country supposedly well. Yes Oh back in October two, thousand, nine, hundred, Ninety District Court. This was like it looks like you guys are going to win. There's a due process concern here. Said, they don't think they'll know fully who does and does not know fines and how much they owe till twenty, twenty, six at the earliest. And in addition, there's the fact that two similarly situated people same events, same sentence completed it. One. Who has money and one who does not one of them gets the right to vote. One does not, and that sounds a lot like a poll tax which is illegal, and so he issues what's called a preliminary injunction, which means that for the time being Florida is not allowed to enforce this law and eight hundred thousand people affected by this there are eligible. It's a huge number in a big important May. And that gets appealed and the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals. Says we agreed. Yes, looks unconstitutional. This is the standard. This is how it should be reviewed legally. So the District Court has a trial. There's a lot of finding and says, look I was right. This is really bugging unconstitutional and enters hermitage injunctions saying this law is dead. State of Florida appeals that? And the Court of Appeals to sit on for months, and then not even three weeks before the registration deadline without opinion says we're putting that on hold and we are reinstated the voting restrictions a massive upheaval. There have been thousands of people probably tens of thousands if not hundreds of thousands of people who have registered to vote in the last nine months who maybe intend to vote, and now the court is saying, well, you might be registered to vote but currently are not. This comes up to the Supreme Court and they have to decide well. Is the ruling in effect or not are the restrictions in place or not, and if you go back to the principal, we talked about D. change the rules up right before the election It seems pretty clear that the status quo for nine months, which was that This laws not in effect should be maintained, but instead the court agreed with the eleventh circuit and reimpose these voting restrictions and so now there's Just, a class of people who don't know whether or not they can vote they might not notice opinion happened they registered to vote. They might just think that's it against exactly or they might know about this decision but not know whether or not they owe anything right and if you vote and you're not eligible, that's a felony in Florida, it can be a mistake on your part. You could see Florida never told me. I owed any fines I registered to vote legally I did everything right and that's still a felony. So this is a it's a disaster eight, hundred, thousand people being denied the right to vote that the people of Florida overwhelmingly said should have that right in the most confusing and difficult way possible pretty much at the last minute and this isn't just for primary in. August. Although it is for that very possible that. This is in place in November. Yeah. For the presidential election, which is kind of important I think, and so you can see the through line here is nothing principled about this right? The through line is that it should be as hard to vote as possible. That's what Robertson the Conservatives believe, and this case was five four of course, much like the Eleventh Circuit and the Supreme Court didn't bother justifying this absurd ruling. The other two cases are both pretty bad too but they're less sort of egregious. One is a Texas. Restrictive absentee balloting law that a district court said, it's cove it. You can't be this restricted about who can can't vote absentee supreme. Court said Fuck that they can be interested they want doesn't matter if you're a immuno-compromised you have to go vote. And in Alabama very similarly laws that restricted absentee voting required people to go get like their photo ID copied notarized God. Vote Absentee. Disrespect said look you shouldn't have to do that and you should be able to take your ballot and just drop it off curbside if necessary. So they're gonNA have to go into the polling station as said, nothing's. So the Fadh of this stuff is it's not hard to predict just like in Wisconsin they're going to be thousands of people disenfranchised. People who get in there are a lot of people who have to choose between risking getting sick or voting and either way like that's a choice they shouldn't be too exactly. But that's their project where he's one of his at his most radical. Yeah. Absolutely and it's important to conceptualize the voting rights cases because it does not matter how many shallow victories Roberts hands the left if he continues to attack right on voting rights because if he does that enough all of the. Political branches of government will steadily fall more and more into Republican hands. The laws will become increasingly conservative and it won't matter what the Supreme Court says because the political branches of government will be pushing. Right. So you know Roberts tiny steps left weighed against the massive leaper right that he's facilitating with the voting rights cases I mean it's obvious what the real outcome is here and to say that he is moving the court overall left is just an incredibly simplistic sort of. Tunnel. The way of thinking. Right let's go to look at. This episode of five to four is brought to you by keeps. It turns out to three young men will experience some form of male pattern baldness by the time they're thirty five. 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Your article in Washington Post about how you think John Roberts is our savior and something we haven't mentioned is particularly this term. Roberts's strategic consolidation of power in himself over the course of the term and across opinions and cases. So Roberts has placed himself in the majority of the vast number of cases this term F. Forget the precise number, but it's like sixty two out of. Sixty. Five. It's like almost all your count on one hand the number of cases that he's not in the majority on. Yeah, and that's significant because the rule at the Supreme Court for who writes a decision is that when the chief justice is in the majority, the chief justice decides which justice will write that majority opinion and that means that indirectly he is wielding power control over how these majority opinions are written even when he doesn't assign the. Case to himself He's not choosing Justice Sotomayor to write the majority opinion in the case that protects Daca it's not a mistake it's not random. They didn't rock paper scissors it so that justice gorsuch is writing the majority opinion in Bostock v Clayton County the justices that he's choosing to write certain opinions are going to write say a narrower holding a narrow rule, a more conservative angle on you know what you might call liberal win. So we should talk about some non Robert Stuff a lot of people asked us to talk about mcgirt v Oklahoma. where? Joined the Liberals to hold that large portions of eastern Homa remain an Indian reservation for purposes of federal law that does not mean that half of Oklahoma belong to the tribes. It does mean that it's a separate jurisdiction for the purpose of certain federal laws. Yeah and it's a big win for Indian. Ironically. Maybe the most caveat free win for the Liberals of the entire term and yes, wasn't hard of the majority, and in fact Roberts writes the descent, which is basically a full endorsement of scrapping treaties. The government entered into with the tribes because they'd be too difficult and complicated to maintain just an intellectually bankrupt position Yay and don't call him a minimal. He was writing to completely dismantle literally hundreds of years of law right and you know we have to say something and our epoch systems episode just a couple of episodes ago we made fun of Gorsuch is tedious writing and we want to issue a partial retraction because mcgirt was like very well written poignantly written it caused me to go back to make sure that epic systems was as bad as I remembered and it was. I'm just trying to figure out why obviously part of it is just biased when you read something you agree with your like, yeah, this is good and agree is worse but it's more than that I. Really think that Gorsuch really cares about tribal law issues. He asked his he's just passionate about it and you can feel it in his writing whereas epoch systems was outcome driven right? He wanted to reach a conclusion. He found some technicalities to get them there. Yeah. No I think the opinion that comes from a place real empathy which comes through and I also think that he listened to her episodes like. Step it up. They're dragging me for sure he's at Oh. My God the law boy he doesn't like me. That's what he calls me. He calls me the law boy. So you know some other trends this term one I wanNA point out is that Thomas really seems to have just sort of fallen into the role of an elite auto style doctrinaire conservative. You know he was long viewed as conservative and maybe even particularly conservative but also sort of quirky and with a lot of very odd beliefs about retracting you know huge swaths of precedent, etc. Cetera and now he seems very just sort of standard bear and I think part of that is because he is increasingly sort of polarized from a political perspective he's been watching too much Fox News. The other part though is that I think the standard conservative legal line much farther right than it was ten or twenty years ago, and so he's starting to look like he's one of them when in fact what's really happened is he's dragged them in his direction right that exactly right. He's not so much fringe legal freak I. Think this goes back to an earlier point Peter made about like the difficulty in statistically measuring a specific justices like. Or, right? Yeah. If Thomas is dragging the entire, your conservative legal institution to the rice and Roberts have standing still then Robert's isn't moving less. The ground is just moving on right right and it's just more extreme decisions in more extreme arguments coming before. That's right and we should also mention ruth. Bader GINSBURG made a public statement a couple of weeks back that her cancer has returned and she is undergoing chemotherapy. And you know. We've occasionally gotten some shit because we rag on our BG a lot and have made cracks about her health and I want to say something about that. We've made our general position on her tenure. Clear. Her failure to retire before twenty fourteen was incredibly reckless and may well have put the court at risk for generation. Her health situation is sad when she dies, it will be sad but our analysis of powerful people at the end of their lives should involve more than a pat on the back for having achieved success they deserve scrutiny and they deserve to have a light shined on their failures. Those should be the wages of power and when someone in her position can do something as selfish and dangerous as she did when she decided to stay on the court into her eighties and relieve. Nothing but praise and admiration. That's a sincere failure of public accountability. So you can feel free to tell us that like seeking some catharsis by being a little mean to her is in bad taste but we're not the ones who bet the well-being and dignity of millions on our own health. That's exactly right and you know she can be a feminist icon ruth. Bader. GINSBURG is the person who changed sex discrimination law by and large in the United States and that's incredible rate. But today for me and a lot of people like me who live in the fifth circuit and incredibly conservative Federal Appeals Court district it's not empowering that you know my right my access to. Reproductive Justice and reproductive choice rests on a dying woman who is ninety years old that's not your queen feminism and Ruth Bader Ginsburg for all of public service and for everything that she's done for particularly women and you know sort of the liberal side of the law has not earned just one hundred percent praise from the public. That's not how her position works and that's not how her public service works and just a reminder that since they have life terms, they have life tiger. This is the only way to have accountability exactly. Oh titians are doing that you can throw the bums out at least in January but if a justice is fucking up is imperilling only The only way you can accountable is just telling you. That they're gambling with everybody's rights because like we can't do anything else. That's all you can do look I mean first of all I think it's obvious that were a little harder on her than we otherwise might be because she is extensively an ally. She's white laughter are as justice go but the reason she has given for her decision to stay on the court are basically that she feels she should do it until she cannot and I don't know how to describe other than somewhere between naievety and just raw idiocy or stream. Cynically great to think like I'm the person for the job and nobody else can do it as good as me even in this state forever you know. But I'm have a ton of faith that she's going to keep doing hardcore workouts, and that should be enough to keep her alive through her nineteenth cancer. Or whatever the fuck this is the place girl proud of. Producers Unhappy with. Some communication with RPG's trainer and he told me that she did five ramps of holding her head up with her neck. Get it on instagram grow anyway. I will say this though if she survives and Biden his elected and she dies or retires, we will do an episode about her and it will be mostly Nice if she dies and trump replaces her. On my dying breath, I will never say a nice thing about. Its funk RB. I di-. I have one more thing to say about this term and its it implicates the next term interesting development in the court is that the trump administration frequently party before the Supreme Court. Of course, a has at several points in the last several years expressly lied to the court about what their motivations were. Certain laws. We talked about this and Trump v Hawaii right the Muslim. Ban Case. Now there it was sort of you know it's A. Little. Gray. Almost we believe of course, he's motivated by discriminatory animus towards. Muslims. But there is a case last year regarding the Census and if you'll recall the trump administration tried to add a citizen question to the census that's right and they claimed that they were doing. So to help Enforce Voting Rights Act, which is here you're with the trump administration. You can immediately read that as ally because they have never won shied to enforce the Voting Rights Act. What they were actually doing as several commentators pointed out at the time almost certainly was preparing for an argument that the amount of congressman state gets should be determined based on the amount of citizens in the state. Now, until now it's been about the amount of persons in the state, which is the word used in the constitution. This means that what they were actually doing last year when they claimed that they were trying to the voting rights act with this information was flatly lying to the Supreme Court, and there is a real question in the next term when his case is heard about whether the court chooses to address that. Yet. To address the fact that the trump administration has several times now been flagrantly dishonest with the court, and this is probably the most explicit and I sort of think that Roberts has a little too much pride to let it completely slide right you know I believe that he will hedge I believe that he will create space for the trump administration to work. But I really believe that he is going to be a little bit offended but I think the real boundaries of just how clearly and obviously the court will allow the trump administration to lie to it is going to be a big part of the next term so. In. Conclusion Supreme Court Bad. Twenty Twenty Supreme Court term also bad. 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Here's What Every Supreme Court Justice Said About the Passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg

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Here's What Every Supreme Court Justice Said About the Passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg

"Brought to you by lucky charms magical mission. Let lucky the Leprechaun take you and your kids on an interactive adventure through the eight magical charm lands to restore magic available on your Smart Speaker just say open lucky charms, magical mission or search for it wherever you listen to podcasts. Here's what every current Supreme Court. Justice said about the passing of Ruth Bader GINSBURG. Tara Law. With passing of US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Friday the United States lost a champion and the fight for equal rights between the sexes and a distinguished jurist. But for the current and former Supreme Court justice who served beside her Ginsberg's death also means the loss of a respected colleague and for many a dear friend. On Saturday. The Supreme Court released statements from the eight current justices who served alongside Ginsburg until her death, as well as statements from to retire justices who were closely with her and their statements. The justices remembered the remarkable individual they knew as well as the icon who left her mark on American history and law. Chief Justice John G Roberts Junior. Our nation has lost jurist of historic stature. The we at the Supreme Court have lost a cherished colleague today we mourn. But with confidence that future generations will remember. Ruth Bader Ginsburg as we knew her a tireless and resolute champion of. Justice. Justice. Clarence Thomas. My Wife Virginia and I are heartbroken to learn of the passing of our friend Justice Ruth Bader GINSBURG. Ruth, and I I met when I began my tenure on the DC, circuit in nineteen ninety with the exception of the brief period between our respective appointments to the Supreme Court. Have, since been judicial colleagues through the many challenges both professionally, and personally she was the essence of grace civility and dignity. She was a superb judge who gave her best and exacted the best from each of us whether an agreement or disagreement and as outstanding as she was as a judge. She was an even better colleague unfailingly gracious thoughtful, and civil. Through her loss of her wonderful husband Marty. And her countless health challenges she was a picture of grace and courage not once the pace and quality of her work suffer even as she was obviously suffering grievously. Nor did her demeanor toward her colleagues diminish The most difficult of a long tenure is watching colleagues decline and pass away and the passing of my dear colleague Ruth is profoundly difficult and so very sad I will dearly miss my friend. Virginia and I will keep her family, our thoughts and prayers. Justice Stephen G brier. I heard of Ruth's death while I was reciting the mourners cottage at the Rosh Hashanah service. I thought. A great justice, a woman of Valor, a rock of righteousness and my good good friend. The world is a better place for having lived in it. and. So as her family her friends, the legal community. And the nation. Justice Samuel A. The Martha. And I were deeply saddened by the news that justice GINSBURG has passed away. Ruth and Marty made us feel at home immediately when I joined the court and we will certainly miss her justice Ginsburg down as a leading figure in the history of the court. She will be remembered for her intelligence learning and remarkable fortitude. She has been and will continue to be an inspiration for many. Justice Sonia Sotomayor. My dear friend and colleague Ruth Bader GINSBURG was an American hero. She spent her life fighting for the equality of all people and she was a pathbreaking champion of women's rights. She served our court and country with consummate dedication, tireless NECE, and passion for justice. She has left a legacy few could rival. I Will Miss Ruth, greatly, she welcomed me to the court with a warmth. I could not have expected and I came to feel a special kinship with her. She was someone whose wisdom kindness and unwavering support I could always rely on. I will forever cherish the moments we shared. I send my deepest condolences to her children, grandchildren and great grandchild. I know how much she? Treasured lofty. She often said that leading a meaningful life means living for once family and once community not for oneself. Ruth lived a profoundly meaningful life and the numerous ways in which she changed hours will never be forgotten. Justice Elena Kagan. To me as to countless others, Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a hero as an attorney. She led the fight to grant women equal rights under the law as a judge she did justice every day working to ensure that this country's legal system lives up to its ideals and extends its rights and protections to those once excluded and in both roles she held to indeed exceeded the highest standards of legal craft. Her work was as careful as it was creative as disciplined as it was visionary, it will endure for as long as Americans retained their commitment to law. Ruth reached out to encourage and assist me in my career as she did for so many others long before I came to the. Supreme. Court. and. She guided and inspired me on matters large and small once I became her colleague. I will miss her her intellect, her generosity, her sly wit, her manifest integrity, and her endless capacity for work. For the rest of my life. I give my deepest condolences to her beloved children and grandchildren. May Her memory be a blessing. Justice. Neal gorsuch. Louisan I have lost a cherished colleague and friend for forty years. Ruth serve the American people as one of our most distinguished judges, her sacrifices for the country were many but always performed with honor. We are blessed by the happy memories that will remain like traveling with Ruth to London to her delight. Uninformed Guide kept calling her Ruthie. Or? All, the operas she tried. So valiantly to teach me or her sweet tooth at lunch or the touching stories of her remarkable life with Marty, we will miss ruth and our hearts go out to her family. May she rest in peace? Justice Brett M. Cavanaugh. Ashley Margaret Liza and I are profoundly saddened by the loss of Justice Ruth Bader GINSBURG and we extend our prayers in deepest condolences to her family and to her four decades of law clerks. No American has ever done more than Justice Ginsburg to ensure equal justice under law for women she was a cherished colleague and she inspired me and all of US With her unparalleled work ethic and devotion to the law a meticulous and path marking judge, she held herself to the highest standards of precision and accuracy in her beautifully crafted opinions and she inspired all of us to try to meet those same exacting standards I learned from her principled voice and marveled at her wonderful wit, our weekly conferences and daily lunches. Justice Ginsburg pave the way for women to become lawyers and judges. She made it possible for women and girls like my daughter's to compete on equal footing as student athletes. When justice GINSBURG was last in my office earlier this year I pointed out a photo I keep a first standing with four women who served as law clerks in my chambers in my first term as long as I am fortunate enough to serve on the Supreme Court. I will keep that photo prominently in my office as a continuing tribute to justice Ginsburg and as a daily reminder to work hard and pursue equal justice. May God. Bless Ruth. Bader GINSBURG. Justice David H suitor retired. Ruth Ginsburg was one of the members of the court. He would sheep greatness before she became a great justice by loved her to pieces. Justice Anthony Kennedy retired. The members of the court always will cherish all that justice. GINSBURG meant to us as a distinguished jurist and inspiring wonderful person. She will have an esteemed place in the history of our record. Ruth was a close dear friend. Mary joins me in sending our deepest sympathies to her family. And our court sessions and conferences ruth was remarkably well prepared for every case down to the smallest detail. If the two of disagreed, it was always in a civil principled respectfully. By her learning, she taught devotion to the law by her dignity. She taught respect for others and her love for America. By her reverence for the Constitution. She taught us to preserve it to secure our freedom.

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