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Born This Way

Bear and a Banjo

42:03 min | 1 year ago

Born This Way

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Like innocent on death row, missing to dear governor iheartradio APP on Apple Podcast or wherever you get your podcasts. And that's when the Fella next to me starts singing. And he's got a pal voice so the rest of us we start joining into. And Banjo. Walks on over and he stops. Any goes up to the man with the strong voice and he starts talking to. Real quiet and intensely. But I was right by him, so I can hear what he was saying. And I remember he's calling big. Mr Bill. And he's getting agitated. As unhappy ended up on a Louisiana road game. And this fellow, he's calling bear. I never forget it. Looks right in the eye and says back to. Me Mixed up with someone else. My name is led better. Great, what to be? Welcomed Barron Banjo. This episode made from the tape-recorded journalists of the musicologist Dr Mason be quick. Holder of the Henry Rollenberg Chair of American studies at University of locked. The one. In Mississippi of course. Dr Cues engage in a dedicated study of the two men referred to southern folk tales is Banja. Some stores are just too strange to believe. Today's presentation. Find Out. How Burn Banjo come to find themselves at the centre I ever musical prison break. In today's examination pertemps launch in the late forties and early fifties all the way back to the mid thirties. We go back in time to understand. Some of the folk origins of Baron Banjo. How they cross paths with pioneers recorded voice. And how in turn they disrupt history yet again in no small West Hitch, be mentioned that story. The duo does not happen sequentially for all intents and purposes their stories Lakewood through time. Certain events correlate other events, even though there seemingly unrelated and many times occurred decades. In two thousand and nineteen, I came into possession of a brown Durham. Seventy Eight RPM recording of the song. Call born this way in the papers of Oscar. Okay Alan at Baylor University Allen was governor of Louisiana from nineteen, thirty, two to nineteen, thirty six, when I played the record, it sounded like music. Maiden Nineteen Thirties although there were distinct echoes of the Delta Blues Vocal. Him Everything. Away. taught. Now. Nitric train on May. Label credited the performance to Walter Boyd. But I was certain I found another recording by mystery musician and referred to in southern folklore as Mr. The search for information about this elusive figure has overtaken my musical and sociological. Study Every new clue, each new testimonial or bit of evidence I uncover adds another piece to the Jigsaw Puzzle Picture I am working to assemble Mr Bear and his partner who called himself Jay Banjo seemed to have been present and even influential at many of the signal events in the history of American vernacular music from Parchman farm to New Orleans from the Bristol sessions. Two sons -Tudios. For years, experts haven't been able to agree on exactly where Barron, Banjo should even fit into the neatly categorized world of modern music, the pop up all around history. They're sort of like Kaiser Soza of the musical world. Musical ghost stories if you will. Story Beirne Banjo isn't just about music. Also about their proximity history. Luckily J. Banjo had the new technology on. The portable recording. Influenced by the characters he would soon meet. Lomax is in bear, believed that recorded music and voices of regular American. preventers to the rest of the ever expanding and Modern American. So they took the medium of recorded sound on the road to the people. Open up a whole new wave music which would in turn become the Fokker. This first wave of recorded folk music consisted primarily hillbilly songs, race records and other indigenous American sounds. Bear this musical opportunities voices for the voiceless. For Banjo, he saw dollar signs and another. Day Banjo here. I'm just outside New Orleans. We got some city full gear with technology to bring my songs to the masses. I missed my chance back with them Bristol sessions, but the Lomax here now. They've been canvassing the country. This is my chance to make it all the way to the big apple as a showman I haven't seen bear and some time now I'm making my way with or without him. Perhaps these tunes are enough to get me signed on merit alone, but if not, there's always bear if I can track them down timid. Where could he be? Where could he be? No one had seen the locks of bearer for some time. Barron J. Banjo parted ways after their initial Rana musical encounters in the early, not ten thirty. Day Banjo knew that in order to fulfill his musical drains. They'd have to remain. In the meantime there's that record and honing wrecked. The record credited to Walter boy did not sound like any record made in the nineteen thirties, or indeed in the pre vinyl era that is characteristic of the recordings made by the bear who seems to have been a johnny appleseed of musical. Some, of which had an immediate influence on entertainers, songwriters he encountered, while others lay dormant for years before finding expression and songs that appeared for the first time in the nineteen forties, nineteen fifties, and even into the nineteen seventies. Through the Library of Baylor University where Governor Okay Allen's papers are kept. I made contact with Dj. Brebner the son of the late governors longtime secretary body Bremner. It was my good fortune that bounty a- bachelor had cared for his father during a long convalescence and committed to memory stories. He heard many times. My father was the governor side every day Saturdays included and often Sundays as well. I heard him speak a number of times about this character Mister Banjo who I understand to have been a white man and Mr Bear who was a negro. My father thought it unusual that Mister Banjo appear to defer to Mr Bear. When they first came into the Governor's orbit, it was assumed that bad was banjos. Later my father said he was quite certain that the lines of authority extended in the other direction, although in those days in that part of the world is not something careful would've have advertised. During a sabbatical semester, I traveled to lose Yana with a copy of the song called born this way, and played it at African American retirement homes and to shreveport saloons that catered to a Clyde, tell of senior citizens. Several of the elderly patrons suggested that they knew the name of the singer on my tape recorder, but there was no agreement between them. Change Right. Now. My mind. Woodrow Adams I met him once in a while Mba saw him perform on the back of a cabbage truck. Yeah I know who? Big. TRAVEL WITH WHITE May! Not Kumate. I knew the man who name it, too. Big. Grading. Her newsroom from somewhat retinal couldn't help. Over two journeys, totaling thirty three days is symbol. What I believe to be the true story of how Governor Allan came into possession of the record attributed to Walter void. The more I learn, the more certain I became that I had indeed discovered previously unknown recording by the lost musician called Mr Bear. The first key was my discovery that during his days in the governor's mansion okay. Alan came to be acquainted with John Lomax. The LOMAX is people. You Might WanNa know if you're trying to digest the story rooted in American Twentieth Century History. They were folklorist and the Lomax John, and Alan Roam the American south, making recordings of spirits, blues and folk music. Google if you can. Interesting Feller share. Once I knew that I was able to fill in much more of the story with the invaluable aid of the lomax archive at the American folklife center of the Library of Congress. We owe much very understanding of American Blues. John and Alan Lomax. In the course of their journeys, low Max, father and son recorded prisoners like iron head Baker Clear Rock Platt. They were intellectual, bad acids and their day so was. John Lomax felt that convicts who had been locked up for a long time. perserve the purity of the folk and blues. Songs they remembered. uncorrupted by accessed the new inventions, radio and phonograph records the law Max's recorded non prisoners, too, and that is how they came to know. The man referred to in their notes as J Banjo. Today's the day I play my book repertoire from the NOMEX sure I might not be from the field or some small town, but I got folk music in me all that time spent with Mister Bay has brought it out I. Know I. see it and I think that they'll see that. I'm the real deep, and not some Phony Bologna city focus showy vaudevillian tricks to to make a quick buck, my songs that good and they're going to stand the test of time with or without bear. The lomax were approached by Banjo in a boarding house outside New Orleans. He said he had heard that the famous song collectors were passing through and wondered if he might see. They're recording machine. He explained that he was a musician himself an amateur collector of folklore. The father John Lomax was annoyed by this fast talking stranger young Allen was amused and showed him the three hundred and fifteen pound uncoated aluminum disc recorder that father and son drove from town to town. Of course, luckily for US songs and interviews, Lomax recorded from that era are available online for anybody to check up. Penny whistle mock. Was that though sessions and we pulled an interview of his account from the. Loses Fella. He asked if he might record a song on the apparatus. I believe he said he was curious to hear his own voice. The. Younger of the two told him he can come back the next day when they can be set up to the cord at the local Methodist Church Hall. Well the next moon that's strange fellow appeared at Church Karen a tenant guitar and waited walk. All sorts of the folks, singers, fiddlers, Banjo players and aspire and crews auditioned their songs. At the end of the session, the older one let that same fellow offer up a tune. And that was pretty good. We believe the person he was talking about to be none other than J Banjo. Banjo was confident as could be. He played not only to the recording machine and to the low marks, but to all the other aspirants in the church he offered a parade of songs that neither law Max had heard before. The RODEO at Cherokee slept. Home Horse home. Hordley her bones in the rushes. Roger! dickel, barrel. Aero. Ran. A banjos vocabulary was so wide Scottish. Irish Kentucky New Orleans skip rope songs. Country Death Ballot, White Gospel flow songs that senior law. Max looked at junior and wondering where this minstrel will come from even more. Where had you learn those songs? An it career at ddat means owning the opportunity to play a crucial role in transforming how agencies operate join Gd for challenging and impactful work that advances your career apply now at GD dot com slash careers. Lawrenceville after all you've been through the class of twenty twenty deserves a proper sendoff, which is why Iheartradio and Doritos brings you commencement the podcast featuring speeches and dedications from icons. We admire most here from Halsey. Kids! We've shown the world that while we can be sold a lot of things. We will never buy a dream and pit-bull. You guys are generations. Stand up, guys, generation make a difference you guys. Generation Gold changed the world techy John Legend Cashew Angie. 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I thought I mailed the audition, but alas, I did not. The LOMAX is want to meet the bear fair enough so I'm going to take them to them. Even if I don't really know where he is at the moment last, I heard he's caught up nonsense New Orleans so shreveport here we come. The journey shreveport was not long, but the Lomax kept stopping the car to listen to and sometimes record the songs, a farmhands, peddlers and vagabonds. They encountered along the road. banjos sat in the back seat, playing song after unknown song on his Tenor Guitar. They were ten miles north of Angola when they heard a Lo- chanting choir. Angola used to be a slave. Plantation and plantation was named that because the country in Africa that most of the people were kidnapped from was Ango. If as a great nation on the West Coast of Africa Centre Trade Amongst people to the North South and east. Europeans came Dongola stole the people brought him to the new world in chains, dragging their independent work in the lowlands by the by. Thought. It was a pretty good joke to named Lysenko. Your home now you're in angle. What, a terrible joke! What a terrible place! As. They drove over a rise in the highway. Prison road game came into view. Father and son became as excited as hounds on the Fox. When the automobile with the strange recording contraption pulled up alongside the road gang. The black men stopped singing. The guard in charge was a tall, red headed man with a half moon cut out of his forehead, he was called Bull Ball and he wore a wide, brimmed yellow hat and walked with the Riverside Sixteen Gauge Shotgun Twenty at the Earth. Approach the car suspiciously. John Lomax explained he was traveling with a recording machine loaned to him by the Smithsonian. Institute, in Washington for the purpose of documenting vernacular songs of Rural America. Bull looked at him like he was trying to decide if he should shoot his tires. More pass win. Young Allen produced a book by his father. Cowboy songs and other frontier ballads. With an introduction by Theodore Roosevelt. Boom all was not impressed. natty Johnson was recorded years later for the low Max archives. He recalled the day he met the father and son. I remember looking over and pool balls standing there y'all was showing them miss. Not Having. You know he doesn't care about some book. I'm not even sure ball knew how to read and then I see the film in the back seat. The Banjo. Any pools out of Shining Watt. Go. With, a silver chain and boy that seemed to do the trick. Boo Ball. You don't like much, but I can tell you like that China. So I'll see him giving you the okay to get out of the call and this Banjo fellow. He's got his guitar route now. He's trying to get us to start backup singing. But everybody's a little bit nervous, not sure. You know. What this is exactly. What's going on? and. That's when the Fella next to me. He starts singing again. And he's got a powerful voice. So the rest of us we. Start joining into. And Banjo. He walks over and he stops. And he goes up to the man with a strong voice and he starts talking to. Real quiet an intense luck. Right by him, so I could hear what he was saying. And I remember he's calling him. Mr Bid. And he's getting agitated. asking. Them have ended up on. Louisiana Rogaine. And this fellow. He's calling bear on. Never forget him. He looks and right in the eye and says back to them. You, must have me mixed up with someone else My name is ledbetter. Banjo held his tongue. He was trying to the situation and mentally rifling through a file of tricks, hoaxes and long cons. Is Instinct and natural inclination was to maintain a poker face in all circumstances, but coming upon his friend chained to the caboose of the Louisiana road gang shook Banjos APLOMB. Bear was calm. He said he had a song. He would like to sing for the aluminium. Recording machine. He whispered some chords to Banjo while the lomax setup there contraption, and then with a hushed audience, a fellow prisoners, and a bull balls, nervous finger on his shotgun, the man called bear by Banjo and Ledbetter by the Guard sang a mournful song of despair. Sometimes I take a great notion. To jump in the river and drown. Chorused counter intuitively by a courteous goodnight Irene goodnight, Irene, I'll see you in my dreams. No one had heard this song before. When it was done, bear gave Banjo and instruction. Get that to the governor and tell them Hoodie. William ledbetter of Angola prison host to gain apart and to pursue a career in lobby arts. Banjo looked at the big man with an expression. It said. I hope you don't. Boo Ball comes over and he says. Okay. That's enough of this and you gotTA. Get Out of here. You got what you want to go on. You gotta go now. And, so Yogi back in the car, and as you're driving off the Fella next to me. He goes out while you're driving by. He says. Go to Shreveport. Firewall to boy don't Finn in street. and. I'm thinking hell. Pool balls not. GonNa like that. Fellow yelling out like that. And I look over at, but he didn't even notice because bull balls looking in his pocket and he's looking mighty upset. Then I see them looking all over because he already can't find his fancy new pocket watch. He's looking on the ground. He's looking everywhere. And it is gone. And he's staring at the car. Driving off in the distance and bull ball is mad as hell. I'll tell you what that time piece must have had a long chain. Well, this is new territory even for J. Banjo. Having. His longtime companion and friend pretend to be someone else. Not Even let non with a wink or nod, as he puts himself, smack, DAB, in one of the most dangerous prisons in the world. kind of feeling for a loop. But only went with their instructions head Louisiana. bums music in Louisiana had been happily described as an embarrassment of riches. Louisiana generated several seminal musical styles and contributed to the development of many other. So when Banjo father and son Lomax made their way to the Red Light district in Saint Paul Bottoms. They moved from honky-tonk two saloons body houses today. Each featuring their own assortment of live music. RAGTIME minstrel. PARLOR BALLADS And this must have blown their verbiage Ma. It was Banjo who spotted a chalkboard on the sidewalk outside a tavern with the inscription. Entertaining Tonight Walter Boyd on. Piano Mouth Organ, box and guitar. The three men entered the tavern, and we're at once overcome by singing voice of authority and great emotion. The man called Walter Boyd Sat on a three legged stool with a twelve string guitar across his lap, clapping his large hands, and stamping his right foot, while hauling yonder comes Ms Rosie how in the world that she no way. She wears her apron way. She wears her clothes umbrella on her shoulder piece of paper in her hand. She come to see the governor. She wants to free her man. The lomax sat there stunned by song after song. Rock island line. Where did you sleep last night? The gallows pole. When the set had ended Banjo followed the man who called himself Walter Boyd into a small back room and introduced himself as a friend of Mr Bear. Boyd was suspicious. Any bears. From the lomax archives. We have the only known account of lead belly describing this encounter. I asked Banjo fellow bear was a magician. Some kind of escape artist. He said it didn't look to me like he was doing any escaping. Acid you here alone. He pointed through the doorway into the saloon. That man and his son gave me a ride. They are music people from the city and came with a recording machine. Bear asked us to record a song of his and take it to the governor. Platform and ask for a part for Mr Ledbetter. He said he was determined to carry out his associates mission, but had some questions like why would a powerful southern white man like Governor Okay Alan Pardon an inmate in the worst prison in the south? Just because he liked the song. I, said Worcester the song by. The song had this pretty melody. A man says goodnight. Irene Al See you in my dreams, and then contemplates drowning himself. It's rumored that when Governor Allen was young, he had a sweetheart. He was fixed to marry. She drowned in machettes river on a paddle boat outing. The pilot was reportedly drunk. This woman governor Allen's young fiance was named Irene. This is where the story needs a little bit of explaining. Now it was making sense to Banjo. He had no doubt that he could persuade the governor of the righteousness of his calls and that if all else failed, he was not about bribery. He was just confused as to how house partner ended up sitting in a sale Angola under another man's name. Regardless! He believed the song that they have in hand, told the story of the beauty of the Christian soul of ledbetter. And would bring tears to the eyes of the confederate statues. And with that, their prisoner escape was now in its final phase. I heart radio in state farm know that the graduation stage is the first of many, and while grads may not be walking across one this year. They can get the off. They've always dreamed of with our new podcast commencement, featuring inspiring speeches from the biggest names like John Legend I'm honored to have the chance to speak to you to share in this special moment Katie couric. You'll need some very important life skills to move forward. 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He regarded the three visitors to his office with the weary patience of an executive used to having his day, interrupted by strangers endorsed by people too important to ignore. Later in life he would self document this incident for posterity. The whole thing struck me is more than a little peculiar, and I'll be honest I was not inclined to set loose violent convict on the say so of these three dim. Who I didn't know from Adam, regardless of their supposed connection to the vice president. These boys went on and on about this fellow. This live better in. Frankly I was unconvinced. We are not in the business of handing out. Pardons on the basis of musical talent s is not how it works. In the more these folks talk that me, the more I felt Abbas being fed line of bull. I got the sense that this Banjo guy in particular was some kind of a slick operato. He's telling me how this is the right thing to do. And how he is, tree is going to judge me kindly. He thought performed a small mercy. And that was about to send them on their way. When one of the Lomax boys tells me, the prisoner has written a song for me. As a gift. And Alad Man. I was intrigued by that. It may produce this record. They crank up. Some Jews burn phonogram machine. They brought with him. In it stopped play. When outcomes voice was anxious as home in his mournful as good draft. Good. I'll see you. I was moved. It took my breath away. And so I said to him. If that grant this pod. You'll give me your word. You take this man out of Louisiana, and he will not return. because. I didn't want this coming back to bite me. And, they agreed. So I called them even told in the draw up the papers to sit free for men Gola prison. Conduct name Hoodie live. That was. Banjo and the low maxes contain their excitement, and thank the governor, and promised to keep him appraised the career of this great musician he had in his wisdom emancipated okay. Alan nodded and asked if he could keep the recording of goodnight Irene. On the road back to Angola prison, the four travellers came upon a wagon, fooled by two old workhorses with a large figure wrapped in a prison blanket, holding the reins. As they pulled closer. They saw it was the man called bear. Both the. Banjo said Hello Mr leadbetter. I heard you were granted pardon. You are confused. Brother Banjo Mr. Ledbetter is behind the wheel of your own automobile. Bear knotted to ledbetter, who looked nervous about being so close to Angola pardon or not? To heads peaked up cautiously from the back of the wagon. Banjo asked. Who are your passengers? Recently deceased inhabitants of Angola prison this poor Lazarus and his companion is the son of the widow of Nain. Bear asked the lomax would mind switching passengers with him. And with that we have the first ever musical prisons caped and I know. This is how the man called Mr Bear smuggled the great. American Songwriter Huddy ledbetter out of Angola prison by changing places with him. Got Ledbetter a pardon from the governor and along the way managed to help a couple of other unfortunate prisoners find their way to freedom by way of a hearse wagon. As a scholar I have no time for stories of supernatural powers, but the man called bear was one hell of an escape artist. Lead belly went on decades decade, popular success recordings concert all over the United States and overseas. Many of his compositions, but came standards. The foundational texts of Popular Music of the twentieth century. Thousands of songs recorded by John and Alan. Lomax became the Treasury of American music. Preserved in the library of Congress. Don't countless was record leases. lomax save hundreds of folk and Blues Songs, and made the public aware of artists such Robert Johnson Woody Guthrie and muddy water. The song called born. This way was like nothing Lomax it ever heard before. And contained and rhythms of the future and the past. And the ghost of both. On. Everything Go Way. I. Raise rain on. Zuma freedom. Premium me to this foreign play. In the midst of Saying. How was? This way. Wasn't. When, they had finished recording, Banjo said. Lamont when you get home pressed one copy of that. Send it to Governor Avid. Tell him it's from Walter Boyd a citizen grateful for his support for the arts. My Name is Dr Abby quickly and these are notes on my search for the identity of the two men called bear and Banjo who appeared to be active in the American south from the Early Nineteen Thirties Joe perhaps as late as nineteen sixties. Accounts Vary and witnesses disagree there's so much we do not know about the providence of the American music that it is our culture's greatest collective creation and the true map of our nation's unwritten history. What else I have learned during my research, forbear and Banjo. We'll continue in my next post. Kathleen. Graduate Student type these off. Of coming up this season on barren Banja. 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Ep. 5: Ears Racing (Jennifer Stoever)

Phantom Power: Sounds about Sound

54:36 min | 2 years ago

Ep. 5: Ears Racing (Jennifer Stoever)

"This. Is. Phantom power. So. He is racing. Race. We think of it as a visual phenomenon. But race as sound to. Hey guys, welcome back sisters. Everyone. When you heard those voices, did you give a race class, perhaps some kind of s Ignatius of character, and if so why do we do this? Where does this discriminating ear come from a MAC? And I'm Christiane phantom, power. We listened to race or to put it correctly, we examine how we are always listening to race. Our guide is Jennifer Lynn Stover, associate professor of English at the state university of New York. Binghamton stover's, the author of the sonic color line race. And the cultural politics of listening, a book that argues that white racism depends, just as much on the ear as it does the I she shows. How listening has been used slavery to distinguish separate black and white, and how African American artists, and critics like Richard. Right. Lead belly and Lena Horne have identified critiqued, and pushed, the boundaries of this sonnet color. Chris, when I spoke to Jennifer, she reminded me of a story that really shows how high the stakes of this kind of listening can be. I talk in the in the opening of the book about the case of Jordan Davis. It happened November twenty third forty seven year old Michael Dunn told investigators he felt threatened at a gas station part side by side with an SUV full of teenagers the alleged gunman complained they were playing their music too loud. Darden's fans were playing hip hop at the gas pump. They're driving. They had their music on. They were getting gas gas stations in theory. Transitory shared space, where we all come in with our music. We pump our gas, and we leave the tech say done confronted Davis, who was in the back seat and told him to turn the music down the white man at question felt a proprietary access to the soundscape both it if he decided it was too loud. It's too loud for everybody there, his sensibility should be catered to that there is a way that gas stations should sound and hip, hop is not part of that. And when they said. No. He saw that as, as aggression. Dunn's attorney says his client thought he saw a gun so we pulled his own weapon and started shooting shot into the car. Hiring. And killed a young young man. Investigators never found a gun and the teens car. In her book. Jennifer Stover has term for the way Michael, Dunn heard Jordan Davis at that gas station back in twenty twelve. The listening ear. They're listening ear helps us get what's really happening in a case like that, the listening ear is a term that used to think about the way that racial is listening practices come about the way that they create over time I was also trying to think about how whiteness in the US has become aligned with citizenship. What it means to be a full citizen with all of the rights and privileges thereof and have them be respected. And the this has become soldered to not just a white Visu -ality, but a white way of being in the world. And where does this white way of being come from? At times it's a form of distancing. It's a way of have drawing a line between what is music, and what is noise and putting say hip hop on the other side of that line. Admit to you that you're going to have to get people like geez. E R, Konya, west all of these gangsta rappers the nunc it off and then not just doing that. But then associated the sound of hip hop with a. Long history of stereotyping of black masculinity, as dangerous as outsized as listen to me, you gotta get with. All right. They idolize these guys with the hats on backwards and then the sound itself becomes a stand in for talking about black masculinity, and excluding black men from neighborhoods from equal treatment under the law, and the terrible rock, rap lyrics, and drug and all of that are moment is shifting now and I think we are having more overt. Racial threats but say three years ago conversations were being had through these, these sonic codes. And so part of what the book is to kind of expose when we talk about hip hop as being loud, and as as being culturally, when we hear these conversations about about hip hop. What are we really talking about these gangsta rappers? It's the athletes. It's the tattoo guys. So this, the, the listening ear is also very for, for white people. White men in particular very kind of proprietary. It's about the imposition of power. I think the thing that I appreciate the most about your book, is that it addresses this, this, racial dynamic, this, this kind of judging by listening that white people do something that I think any American really no matter what their politics are. They would at least admit that this does exist. Right. But when it gets discussed at all, which is, is pretty rarely. Generally gets reduced to this debate about Ebonics and so called standard speech. But what you seem to be arguing this book is that we use a prejudiced and even, you know, white supremacists form of listening that involves way, more than accent, or dialect, and that this actual type of listening is central to American racism itself. So maybe could you talk a little bit about your concept of the sonic color line. And what that does. Yes. Thank you. I think that's a really excellent interpretation of, of my work and yeah. I think that the why I chose that title drawing on do voices concept of the color line was the way in which this on, it choline brings together and helps us understand the linkages between the prejudice listening that happens in terms of speech in terms of musical production, musical, taste musical. Desires, and also the way in which we think about soundscape and space and really the sonnet color line, ultimately becomes a way to understand how we create spaces that are exclusionary America's free, and we have these legal legal protections in terms of space. But if race exp. Variances of race and racism are internalized through the senses. We all walk and experienced space in very, very different ways. Eleven women kicked off of a wine train Napa Valley after complaints. They were being too loud. But the women say we're not booted for being rowdy. They say they were kicked off for being black. We made it y'all look it as we ready to get on the wine trade, what started as joyful event for eleven African American book club members quickly grew sour even before they left the Napa wine train station, and she said, to us, I'm gonna need you to lower your your, the noise level needs to come down a little bit because you're being offensive to some of the other passengers. So forty five minutes into the trip they were told they had to leave when would be scored an off the train. And when that happened a further indignity, we had to walk all the way through all the additional five cars to be able to get off the train, so they took us, and they paraded us through every single car with all the passengers watching us, it was humiliating degrading, and that's the part that I will never, ever ever forget. It can say that. It's open, and that it's, it's diverse in its excessive oil, but because of the way that experiences of sound are can be. Fractured can be very different. These spaces can can be very actively exclusionary toward people of color in ways that can be hidden or covered over. And, and so I kind of started they're like, where trying to understand where we're at in the contemporary, moment and needing to go back, historically, to to document and trace that. And so we tend to think about sound is something that just is in something. Yes, sounds a certain way. But what you really emphasizing here is that we, we all listen through these ideological filters. Right. So as a as a tar player, you know, I think about this, sometimes in terms of like affects pedals, right? So we list we listened through these different. We listened through these different distortions and delays. And we don't really realize that we have these things in our signal chain. Right. We think we're listening to clean natural signal, but there's no such thing as that. And so, I think a couple of questions for come to mind, like, I what, what do you want white people to do with that knowledge? I guess we could just start there. Like what kind of intervention would you like to see your yearbook make with, with white folks? Has a really important question. I mean I as you put it right. Just this calling attention to the fact that listening is not a natural process for folks at work, and sound cities. It seems very basic right in some ways that's the foundation of of our field. I'm going to I'm going to paraphrase Hari through. We just finished teaching the book, white tears with my class. And, you know, there's a point where he says, whether or not you believe in raise race fines, you and I think this is part of it, right? That the book is, is written to counter color, blindness, and the ideology of color, blindness, that, if you don't see race quote unquote. You know that it doesn't exist that, that there's a certain elements of white people often very liberal white people that don't no longer believe in race. And yeah, racist been definitely. It's been proved as a. A scientific fiction for over one hundred years now, but the materiality of racialism nation is everywhere, around us. And so getting white people to not imagine themselves at the center of the human experience that the way that they here is not the way everybody. Here's and that the way that they here is impacted by raise is impacted by this deal of what whiteness is, and how to inhabit whiteness, one of the ways, I think that sound at least in terms of producing white racial identity works more powerfully than vision is because it allows a feeling of whiteness, that, that it makes whiteness and race real four white people rather than abstraction, the way we talk about Visu -ality, and races often that whiteness, is invisible that it's a racist marked onto. Two other bodies, but with sound and hearing in white ways, and sounding in white ways, it actually makes it this very material experience because it's been so associated with Americanise. The era is the human organ public speaker is most likely to try to impress as he makes the speech and naturalized this way. The, the white way of hearing has in America for many decades. And if not, you know, a century and a half or more, the, the way to be a human people can be interested in new ideas when those ideas are expressed in well selected words, did you ever consider how many jobs depend on your ability to express yourself to a group of people? Whether it's the former project. On a judge on the bench. Or a salesman. It important to be a good speaker. And when you speak, well, you get along better with people. Whether it's persuading them to come along and have fun at a wiener roast. Or trying to be a better citizen at school or in the community. And so challenging that and getting an opening of multiple perspectives, and multiple interpretations of the same sound is is really important. Even like so the idea of quiet neighborhood as the goal. The suburbs. There's a way that that race in class meet in that and that Brown nece blackness is associated with noise and sound. And the way that neighborhood soundscape are policed. The way that noise complaints are called on neighbors that often start a whole chain of potentially dangerous legal legal implications and problems. These, these conversations need to be opened up, not imposed based on a white middle class, sensibility, and so really kinda shaking up and realizing the, the partiality of white listening for white listeners is it sounds simple. But it's actually quite difficult to do a work on that in my teaching all the time. As a literary scholar, one of stove as techniques to engage with African American literature as a storehouse of historical sound, one example, being a close reading of Richard Wright. Oh, three of uncle Tom's children. Black boy, a native son. I've come to think of certain kinds of music in particular, as being sonic, traces of listening experiences, and deejays and, and as communicators of ways of listening. So I realized when I dropped into to Richard Wright's native son, I was receiving similar transmission of listening practices. An alum clock playing in the dock and silent room bed. Spring creek a woman's voice hang out in patiently. The first three lines of native some. Oh, establishing the scene through sound bigger. Thomas moving through the streets of nineteen forties. Late nineteen thirties early nineteen forties segregated Chicago. We were as readers invited to listen as hard as we can to how bigger heard the city and realizing that many of his cues and many of the most important metaphors and, and imagery in the book comes through sound that bigger can walk across the street from his extremely noisy apartment complex in the tenement. I should say kitchen really in the in the in bronze Ville and south side. And then move across the street to the Dalton mansion in the in the very wealthy, white neighborhood of their in Hyde Park, and everything becomes quiet. And this seems very natural. We've come to naturalize that inner city neighborhoods are noisy that wealthy. Neighborhoods are quiet, but what right does is to show us, right? That it's the overcrowding of the neighborhood that makes it noisy. It's the lack of protection or controls on industry and conditions of segregation create that metallic noisy nece, something that Laura Pollino, calls environmental racism, that's where the factories get put. That's where the, the incinerators are. That's where the and then when he moves across the street that this quietness is not a natural state of affairs, but it's extremely constructed. And that buffer is set up so that the residents do not encounter, or have to think about the black neighborhood down the street, but they in fact own the building that bigger lives in, and that in that invites us. Think about that. These two spaces are connected that the sonnet choline appears as a division, but it's really this, this link that we need to pick up in here between these spaces. Hey, everyone. It's mac. Hey, good here at phantom power. We are so fortunate to have generous funding from the Miami university humanity center, and the National Endowment for the humanities, and among other things this means that we don't have to implore you to buy a new mattress or join us sock of the month club. If you're a regular podcast listener, you know what I'm talking about. So luckily, we don't have to do that. We do. However, have one small ask just go to tune 's and leave us a review and a rating. We'd really appreciate it. It's a great way for the people who are funding this show to know that folks really are listening to it. And it's also a great way for more people to learn about phantom power. Thank you. Going back now to max 'compensation with Jennifer stove. All three of the sonic color line out on NYU press. And as Jennifer mentioned earlier book, attempts, not only to explain racialist listening in America, but also to trace its history, and she does so by assembling a historical archive of texts slave narratives of Frederick Douglass, Harriet Jacobs, newspaper reviews of black and white opera singers in the nineteenth century, the writing of W, E B, do boys and Richard Wright musical, recordings radio, dramas, featuring the jubilee singers lead belly, Ledbetter, and Lena hone and buying Zaman these as texts stove shows how the sonic colline evolved, and how African Americans documented th-they. Theorized and resisted America's dominant, cultural, politics of listening. There are these different moments that you point out where it becomes really important to listen for race to, to people who are invested in racial divisions because the paradigm of the Visu -ality of race actually gets undermined. So the first of these occasions in the book is has to do with just the mere fact that so many white slave owners were raping the African American women on their plantations and you know, having mixed race children. And then we get into the, the one drop conception of, of blackness and all of this, where it becomes difficult for people to discern by the I what race someone is right. Yes. And the end the fugitive slave law, I think was also part of that, too, when the nation in eighteen fifties. At the same time was then know the entire nation was turned into essentially slave territory in part by that act, it also caused a discernment of can you detective someone slave or free by listening? And so those two things I think working together began to create this language of what blackness sounds like. Senate majority leader, Harry Reid was telling people privately that Barack Obama's campaign would be helped because he was quote, a light skinned African American with no negro dialect in less. He wanted to have one should he resign. I don't think so. The president has accepted the apology, and it would seem to me that the matter should be closed, and that blackness and race and sound then associate. And then also at the same time, then what does what does whiteness sound like so, so yeah, is son of color line, at this point, it's doing more than just defining judging what it means to sound black also. It's this subliminal process by which whites are figuring out what it means to sound white. Yes. Without without even consciously thinking about it. Yes. Yes. Absolutely. And this happens a lot in, in music and said, he's of music that when we talk about recent sound, it's about blackness. It's about brownies. It's about the other as having a racial, I sound, the sauna color line is doing other kinds of work, right? So now it's not simply a way of sort of disciplining and identifying black bodies and black voices. It also becomes this, this way of essential ising them. Right, like this, this way of making them exotic of sexual Leising them of making them profitable to white people. So I'm thinking here about. The great musician. Huey Ledbetter better known as lead belly. And his relationship with the folklorist and record producer John Lomax. Can you talk a little bit about their relationship? Those two men. Well actually wanna start with with lead belly and he actually hated that nickname. And that's why in the book, I most often talk about Ledbetter and use us his his name because that nickname was given to him in prison and Lomax insisted on it because he saw. Him being his imprisonment as a kind of racial authencity, John Lomax was folk collector and grew up in Texas, and he would travel he worked for the library of congress and various other organizations, and saw himself as the great preserver of black folk culture. And Lomax quite disturbingly prison as a, as a as a way of preserving full culture that he would often travel to prisons, because the convict system, which really is an extension of enslavement, and new form of enslavement where black men would be picked up for petty crimes, quote unquote, vagrancy. It's cetera et cetera. And then imprisoned for inordinate amounts of time and then used as on a chain gang as labor. And so he would see them as they were segregated and cut off from the radio and all of these modern technologies that he felt were ruining the culture. You know he didn't like blues and jazz that, that were being played on the radio or mass produced through records. I'm actually saw these kinds of musical exchanges as corrupting this kind of purity. But then what does it mean to, to Seoul, little concern for the men that were producing these just saw them as producers of music, not as not, as not as human beings? You know he didn't do anything to try to dismantle the convict lease system. And so when he says he met lead belly there and quote unquote discovered him as a great talent. And he would often force lead belly to perform in prison gear that actually in my research, I found hadn't been used in the state of Alabama for a decade because the, the even the government at the time found it to be dehumanizing. So, you know, so Lomax felt that he was and this is where the essential ising comes in. And this is part of the naturalizing of criminality with blackness was constructing racial image. He felt he was reflecting it and representing it, but it was a very dangerous thing to do. This is the early days of something that persists to this day, which is white men, sort of assessing and determining what authentic black musical culture, is, yes, I'm feeling kind of possessiveness and ownership over this offensive image. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I, I hear it today of lamenting that African American people at turn their back on the music of John Coltrane, or whatever in favor of hip hop. I mean this is still something you hear all the time. Yes. And I mean even then in hip hop. What is the real hip hop? And real hip. Is it uses samples? Lead. Belly was an incredible musician an incredible. You know, he had as it's been reported over five hundred songs committed to memory. He really viewed himself in the tradition in the south of what's called a song Stor that he would travel from place to place that he would be very attentive to his audience, and play songs that, that would that they would relate to that. And he would switch this depending on where he was. And, you know, he very much wanted to be a pop star in the vein at the time of gene, Autry and had his own goals, and desires and really wanted to cross musical boundaries, but was bound through a contract with Lomax until until nineteen thirty nine and this contract actually prefigures, what are called three sixty deals now in the music industry, where Lomax had control over where he played lead belly couldn't book shows without low maxes permission. In addition to the fact that Lomax made the lines, share of the profits that this idea that he controlled lead belly's entire image and entire that, that doing anything that low maxima deem in authentic was was him really again. Exerting this kind of back to the listening ear. This proprietary ownership over lead belly, the person not just lead. Billy, the music. The music becomes a way to express this desire need for control and containment of, of black music and through this kind of fetish ising. And that I think, is what really shifts from the nineteenth century into the twentieth century. Is that consumption of blackness for the white listening ear becomes about a certain kinds of pleasure, that in the nineteenth century was a different experience at there was almost immediate dismissal of, of black music as noise where in the twentieth century, if it's noise for many people, it is this, it has profitable currency because of because of the sonnet choline, and because of the pleasure for white listeners of transgressing without losing their position in, in the racial hierarchies in the of the US. Ledbetter goes on to be covered by pretty much. I mean it's a standing how influential his music was Frank. Sinatra Led Zeppelin did a version of his song, Gallup poll. And if you listen to lead belly's original. Kind of blows Jimmy page away, and he's doing it on a twelve string guitar, which is seems so difficult. Yes. He got into. And there's been a lot of discussion in England about the, the skiffle revival and that was part of the circulation of lead belly lead Billy's music to England. George Harrison cites him as also plays a twelve string play the twelve string sometimes as, as an influence in that regard as well. And none of which monetarily are enough. I'm lead belly has very poor health died young. He was very much on the economic edged his whole his whole life. And so he never really saw any kind of I mean, props are amazing. You cannot eat profs though interesting because glow mix was attracted to lead belly because he heard something from the past, right? Or at least he thought did but lead belly's influence shows that he was playing something from the future. Right. Like even into the grunge era, like. Ervan covered where did you sleep last night? And if you just listen to the guitar part on that song it just sounds so modern. Good. On gone. Cool wind. You call a week and you need a moon you. You. That it completely makes sense that a band, like nirvana would use it. And cobaine said that lead belly was very influential on, on the band and, and, you know, and I'm I'm of the same generation as Cockbain, and I remember being in high school and sort of obsessively listening to lead belly and Robert Johnson records in high school. And, and hearing something that, you know, felt really true to me or in vital painful. Authentic. Right. And, and this is where I get some confusion because is this a way that white men have found empathy and resonance with flak experiences? Or is it actually a Rian stance? She ation of the sonnet color line away of marking what is supposed to be an authentic. Black sound. I'm just asking for a friend here. Yeah. And I, I mean, there's, there's some question about, you know, back to part of the sonnet, clear line is about the commercializing of, and the, the, the capitalizing of, of black pain. What happens when you turn black pain into into a commodity, and, and that it's it and I think that's, that's, that's really central to this authenticity is a form of arrest and a form of limitation of, of forcing kind of boundary, and, you know, but it's also way of bracketing, right? If you can bracket that power is from the past. Then it raises the the the contemporary connections. And it's, it's, it's a challenging question like a say in the book, and I actually dedicate at the beginning, I to the book to fish bone who is a fishmeal. Oh, I love them to in like they, I mean, they were as I say, they're like my first and. Donkey is critical race. Theorists. A good deed. But the white. Chase y'all tonight. Tonight. Why? People that, that through fishbone and the way that, that listening to fishbone opens up my ear to not just many different kinds of music, but the potential and the for fusion and connection between them. And that's the very reason why the music industry failed fishbone in the sense. It was never consistently Scott or phone or heavy metal or you know, the band really found these points of intersection. And merging, the sounds that we can't label you and therefore we can't sell you. So so music has that, that potential and it because it has that potential to open up listeners ears. This, why this on it klew lanes there. It's to contain that power that that music has. I want to skip forward to this second moment when the listening ear and this sort of listening for race becomes very important. So, so there was the earlier stage during slavery and trying to discern if you couldn't discern visually what race someone was trying to listen for race. But then we get into this new era, where we get the scientific knowledge that race really isn't biological. And yet this sort of ironically actually seems to recharge the sonnet color line. So you've mentioned color, blindness earlier in our discussion, but can you kind of talk a little bit more about what color blindness is when it when it began and how it kinda amped up the listening ear color, blindness is the, the belief and it's the reigning yet. Sioe Mian wine at the, the reigning racial, formation of the US in the late twentieth century, and up through our contemporary moment, is the, the idea that race can be fundamentally ignored comic grazing. But I just don't see race and that met at the metaphor for color. Blindness, right? Is then we, if we can not see skin color as a factor, then it follows that a race free society or a society free from racism wool merge, the least racist person here. Okay possible. And that as a matter of fact that creates an Abel's a new layer of racism to emerge, and in fact, a more dangerous one because then you, you can no longer talk overtly about race. You're only telling yourself that, so you don't have to think about racism or confront your own prejudices. The only way that the colorblind is could take root as an ideology, is that that race has to transfer and move somewhere else. And that if sound allows racism to do that. If we can't, you know, racial profiling is only thought of as visual entity what does it mean to stop a car because of the kind of music that's playing or what does it mean to to use to use accents to determine citizenship? This notion of color, blindness. It's an extensively liberal move, right? But, but it really turns blackness into a choice that's the wrong choice, right? And yes. And something to listened for it becomes well. Are you going to join the great middle class standard way of being or aren't you? And if and if you choose not to there's something something wrong with you. Yes World War Two and the Cold War was an essential part of this realignment of kind of body and, and voice, that, that what we think of color, blindness as a nineties thing or even a seventies thing that color blindness was part of the, the effort by the, the American government to recruit people of color to the, the armed forces that there is a kind of inclusion that. That's offered through color blindness that if we phrase his no longer factor than everyone could be American. But at the same time, skin color, no longer bars. You in visual appearance, no longer bars you from being American. But, you know, maybe everyone can sound quote unquote American, and then it becomes about this kinds of disciplining of the voice disciplining of listening to, to here. And have those kinds of middle class since abilities. And, and yeah. This idea of kind of standardization through voice speech music, musical taste. Starts starts then starts in that Cold War moment. Oh, says you wanna talk so very badly. I guess I'm not gonna have much trouble getting talking to this machine. I was going to be the first try to out. About morality. Matama morale around now tomatoes, suppose you step up in you? Gainst morale is because he don't talk good English. And has nothing to do with one of the things that I think, is so interesting about your writing on this is that you connect this to technology of the radio. And so this is another one of those things where just like listening. You know, we generally think that technology is neutral, but you really think a lot about the way that radio fed into color blindness, and this standardization of speech air, they're few representations visually literary Lee in the radio research on black listenership and, and then thinking about, well, wait a minute. There's this overlying you know, very, very entrenched discourse on the thirties and forties. As the golden age, quote unquote, golden age of American radio from a humble, beginning in Pittsburgh garage to the sumptuous studios of the national radio networks. In New York, Chicago, and Hollywood. These are the years, we refer to as the golden age of radio. It's important to understand how and why that came about, and how and why it's also seems to perfectly align with the worst and most segregated both legally ended in defacto in, in US history. And so, how can we then refer to think about this as a golden age, given this, this level of, of exclusion, the make America great again, campaign, I think is very much tied to these nostalgic images of white radio listening in the in the forties. And fifties. How were black artists, actively excluded from, from the radio and not just actively sloughed, but their their their performance and their, their representation tightly controlled. And the fact that the belief in technology as neutral, as just something that is, and thinking about radio itself, as you know, there's a huge discourse about radio as blind and connecting that to color blindness that you can't see race over the radio and that it's this open equitable space and a lot of the Cold War. Propaganda was saying exactly that like thank God. Our airwaves are free and open. They're not like Germany, but also really ignores the way in which racial hierarchy was driving the industry. And the way that the industry was thoroughly segregated down to separate musicians unions for black and white musicians. Black musicians did not get nearly as much work as white musician. Many many people when I give presentations or teach are surprised to find out, how black actors the dialect was scripted for them and the black actors many black actors were quote unquote tot to this, this way of speaking by white producers, and that there again, I think that price of admission of being, you know, getting working roles on the radio with having to having to speak in dialect, and this very dialect that no one speaks, having to speak, this white imagine language of what black sounds like. Leeann. Miss this modern, I'll be able to take it easy. Take it easy. Don't get so excited. I-love-you relax. I go out again. That's ridiculous. Well, she's got to learn the controller Phil. Good for you. Cool off now. Seek what you said. What I mean I had when you hear what happened. Again, normalizing and naturalizing it for a huge swath of, of American listeners, so microphones weren't weren't colorblind, as so many of the, the radio industry executives seem to feel, but the belief that they were is really telling and it's shaped a lot of how we've come to understand race through sound that way, will infect the invisibility of the performer charges. The racial is listening, right? You're listen more closely for race because you don't know you can't see what race the person is. That's exactly it. And one of the great fears of radio producers was that black performers would be indistinguishable from white performers. And that's why wonderful Smith was fired from the red Skelton show that his voice because he had to slip. It was a sketch show, and he was slipping in and out and changing character so often, and that this racial boundary, this all RO racial boundary was not could not be reliably maintained. And he was also himself asserting his agency and constantly, challenging it. This was shows color blindness to be ally. Right. Because fan. Here is that if you will just, you know, pay the price of admission and speak correctly and behave in a in a Bush, y middle-class way, then then we will ignore your race and, and all will be good. And then you, you get performers who actually do this, and then that becomes so threatening to white identity that they have to be fired. Yeah. And I mean, in fact, the dialect from the very beginning Gavin Jones is a scholar, that has been been working on this for, for many years, and white southerners, and blacks otherness sounded alike, almost indistinguishable, and that's exactly where the dialect comes into separate the sense of white and black to draw those boundaries, and to enforce into to create the sense of a difference. Oh, no. There's no sun up in the sky stone. Lena Horne, she's middle-class New York Brooklyn. And she was one of those artists that challenge the sonnet clear line and really challenging this enforcement of what blackness sounded like. Israel. Stall. Get mop whole self to give. I'm wary. The. Lena Horne's voice posed a dilemma in that her voice fit neither of the kind of stereotypically white, nor stereotypically black me only me. I'll let me be lonely. You won't what I love you only. Then happy with some buddy. This voice that. Challenge both of those both of those in positions it had a kind of racial fluidity Lena Horne had a kind of many people describes it as kind of coldness to her voice. That she was was a fen and was. But yet, even with this, the white press tried to racial is Lena, as a blues singer, and she was definitely not a blues singer. And by you know any any stretch. And so, what does it mean again that this listening ear then has to to label her, according to this, this racial is racial, is music, genre, and black? This nurse heard Lena Horne as a beautiful singer. And what is it mean then to kind of think about and discuss the beauty of her voice in relation to her body? And so this is a very different discourse about about Lena Horne's voice in the white press, and the black press. No one that some one is. Tend to be loop. Once you don't. Above have it to. They key back tomorrow comes by love. Joe? Mine. No. The sonnet clear line is not about accuracy. It's about an accurate description of diverse racial identities. It's actually about the reduction of race to the idea that there can be this firm boundary between blackness and whiteness, and then other racial identities than have to contend with these polls. the racial makeup and dynamics of the country are a lot more complex than this. And yet, this is where we always seem to come back. Yes. That's exactly what I mean. This isn't to say that this is the only sonnet clear line or that the that race and sound does not impact Asian Americans and indigenous peoples. And as a matter of fact, in, in this can be a point of solidarity in terms of organizing against racism, and an inequity. But yet, like you said, you know, here we are again, and how we jam the signal of this black white binary and the inequity. It's wreaked on all of us. That's it for this episode of phantom, power. Thanks again. To Jennifer Lynn Stover. You can learn more about phantom power, and find transcripts links to some of the things we've heard talked about the phantom pot dot ball. Also subscribe to our show there wherever you get your podcasts. We'd love it. If you rate and review us on apple podcasts, I'll tell us what you thought about the show on Facebook. 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8 BIT CRUMBS - 05-16-2020

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8 BIT CRUMBS - 05-16-2020

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It's like no good time. He's like Oh my God awesome. I'm glad you liked the juice. Now thank you what was going on everyone. Welcome to the show and we tell you who we are Now let us tell you what we're about welcome to a big crumbs is a show where we talk about video games but then again throwing some variety all looking to his sober Drunk I don't know more was going on everybody. People starting to pile in right now good. Welcome a- else going outside what does she do you an some people say play do catch corona and I'm GONNA protest rights. I'm going to die. I'M GONNA die roads the way it is right to die up in this bitch. Don't tell me what to do is talk all the stuff off stream and it's like. Oh yeah the states are opening but speakers scared they WANNA get infected? Well not everybody's now dumb ass. Hey look today. I see we got some speed scares doing more chagall's shit. We got juicy milky. Yeah we do. We were talking about Christopher is just today daily double talk and he was He's you know he's always talking about his Puerto Rican. Now is he not gonNA called him? I said do you can pass your white. Your name is Mickey Smooth now. Milky smooth smooth interesting in the milky smoothness of Christopher Toria along with that juicing this up in name. How's it going latest Oh what is what is that at the bottom. They're really looking at. Oh that's from Vassar. Home Imaginary friends. It's cheese was that mentally challenged imaginary literally. Was that come on. Come on you know. They said it was something else but yeah Mentally Jansher. Getting Away with this stuff. He says one word. It can barely writing. You run around a diaper. Remember that character all summer. Cook you I see now. WanNa see that version of them. I haven't seen the movie but they put up the fucking Swedish chef cut. I'll check muppet version. Become it's some that's great. I love it. Doing today was gone on. Welcome to show chat. Welcome Infinity Ephraim. Cd's scale is here. We just talked about the happy. Hawaiian got suivant. Hawaii goods like the U. Wins diverse. Bullshit appreciate this. Are You Doing Julie? You can't afford them owes me I keep telling you you put you on credit She's work boy. Jay got up here. Yao Chris. Toronto is going on is fine yellow to the house was gone on Taco crumble way. Didn't you play a starring role in trolling? Yeah it was multiple. You kept using your face over and over and over again. Kept using my face getting use. My side burn my hair really. They really yes hootie. Oh Niklas one thousand bits thank you. It's the frozen on your screen because it's frozen on this one. The the is it's frozen. Olea the twitter chat specifically. Yes it is it is. I want to make sure I forgot to scroll a thank you. One thousand videos very generous. Y'All stops boiling. They don't care anymore. I on my stream last night I had. I had a person is the ban because they were posting. Spoilers man we talked about that and people got an honestly. We didn't say anything. Say anything wrong. We just say what other people were saying out there. We didn't say that you can have an opinion really on anything and sure enough last week. Chat do some research. You Gus completely often a compensation as lying. Why man some you even play just got? He's lending lending royal light hanging about mad medicine. I'm employed anyway. People by Mickey Bet did. Today is a one week anniversary. It is getting kicked out the house right last week barbecue. We talked about on Thursday. But yeah that was good time. I didn't mind that we had a real good time being barbecue out in the backyard and whiskey. Yeah me was the mayor. We put the barbecue in hinder. Cook as you still want it until he leaves some doesn't just roam around house. We look window. Oh yeah like a specter of vengeance. On what the Hell? She was just pacing trying to figure out what to do the entire time. Nineteen fifties horror monster. Walk we're looking at you. Let see your outline master. Just creeping fucking house was hunting scared to go back home and we say about to call XS me apartments. She had an umbrella. She would've used it on you. Ask somebody that you miss anything. No no not at all. It's just can start folks. You know all even bring up the scroll you here. Just in time to knows happened on. The show actually got a lot of stuff to talk about today. Righty like we said La variety not just video game. Oh we got. Gte Five Yard. The news about that. But I got something kinda special for you. You know you'd be something. A little throwback to back in the day more DC projects that you will not see some that you probably will see. Maybe who knows who Alamo going bankrupt in one small place state and stable and I'll look good now not a good sign. Also check concerned Coleman. That's all gone off the rails week. No I'm I'm fine. Everything's great cow him Let's see what else we got here. Smart we got some smurfs back in the news triumphant return. You'RE GONNA have to say about smurfs. Join I promise you I'm D- smurfs animated show. But I was like okay. They'll they'll look the same snort smurfs. It's the same guy. Look at you you don't give a fuck about smurfs now. Dais Mercer bring a smile. I promise you okay. This video games doing very well. We'll tell you how mafia and who knows what else pop up. We got a lot of stuff for you. Hit the questions two questions from the people because you know we have to do these ad breaks. I don't like to do them. I don't like to leave. You just love you so much chat but we have to. What the Hell is? This is my core tonight. I think that was like a post or something. I don't what happened. Mike Myers right out on the streets. people going to be reading your emails as we take. The commercial breaks emails from you. So what you to was it like for you to think of an email right now. Are something that you'd like to say to the question whether tells us to go to hell or whatever you you know Making me nervous man. They talking about thrown out the house. That's me Chris. You gotTa move back to the house in a week so I don't know what my status as right now. They gave me a mustache gallagher. I remember years ago. We were doing the show in house. Point even met you. Yeah so we doing it from a man. We had our old condo. We you I've never been in your old kind so you never saw that little condo. Now on the outside so yeah. I'd bought a condo years ago man and so I was doing. The stream narrates amazing. Done so many things in that condo that condo. I mean it's it's nice man it was but it's not huge but we threw parties in there. Where like we had one hundred people for Tequila Party brier? I've people got drunk like insulin. 'cause they don't know how to drink. Well yeah people got drunk instantly. Somebody just show and fell asleep. Were sleeping their own mess. They did man. Oh Jesus wow we have cool people though. Somebody went and clean it up. That's good yeah I was. I was ready to go in and clean up. And it was like the person was gonNA vomit was gone. They can span. I don't know what happened to either one. The thin person went down the drain. But also what was a man we saw? We had the studio and a bedroom right college student. I just set up this room and I was oh man. We were lucky to have the run. That did In the house because meal would just listen for us to say shit incoming. They're about her. Yeah tell me know to quit. I bet shut up like wow. It was an innocent jokes. There was this. There was a Turkish guy. Okay but you know this thing. His Act was he would. He was like a transvestite. Okay so all address. A makeup and hair was all done in. He was a good looking chick. Doing drag drag doing drag. Thank you doing drag drag. But the only thing is he kept his beard and I said and I simply say like Damn said. That's a pretty. He'd make a pretty woman got rid of that beard. She almost looks like my wife. Would THAT BE HEARD THOSE FOOTSTEPS? Damn both Senate the word. I don't want that show the middle recording to stop. Oh me it's a comment. You would make a beautiful Jaffar. Comic was I'd had the beard like you look just like this really hot do if you just shaved. Ups mazing was doing the show up like talking to make sure. We're talking the whole time. Tim when I was talking to talking to you. Hey Chris. Today on the show they'll be talking about mafia three. Also today. We're going to you know she's not my wife my wife but never got my wife. She's just been to the whole time. Does look at let me get a studio wise choice? Wise choice yeah. Yeah what is good? Now Oh Brooks Brooks Macara Brooks thank you a Shiro hero. That's new Yeah Person. Yeah my wife with NBA. No Shiro Hero. Thank you Shiro. 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Oh He's no one's around to witness might dreams by the way. Do Thank you mccown oncoming storm with a subscription for five months. Nice is west prime at which but then used you thank you. Thank you so much. See them cricket kneels. That's what they always like every Disney villain they all. They're always very effeminate. Kinda like whether they male or female and the thing is you'd think that chick plans for us. That's great cost player at. They're coming when got drag shit walking runway and he's always like this. He's always like this. He has this little sceptre salt and how that loud as gay friend five. Dow Better Than Jasmine. Joe I swear. Just get it. Okay get into a guy fucking guy okay. Jay's every gate got allowed gay friendly Yup Yup kept on the download. He's he's infiltrating the Royal Court of Agribusinesses. I can't about this or I'll be executed. I add one pass. Just give out it all right. Look well that's pretty young thing right. I mean the prince boys and girls. I had a girlfriend man back in the day she had A. She had a nephew and that nephew and then she's like. Should I be concerned that he wants to be Jasmine for Halloween on? I was like well. I mean it's not that big a deal. Well he's six and I was like okay. I don't know maybe I I don't I don't know you might WanNa talk about it. Yeah so do you have a picture of him and she showed me a picture him. I mean that picture six year old was just as posed now of course a feminine. I mean you're a six you can tell I was like Oh shit. He got a lot of sugar. Like man listen. Decade is gay lamb. Dress up whatever he wants to dress if you as me. It's a hard as I would. L- yeah I'll say yes please. That is not a Latin jazz. Yeah that's Jasmine right there. That he pulled off that outfit to and he wasn't even as Jasmine. He was dressed up. Like fucking woody or something. But he mean he was pecan woody. There's a snake in my boot name. Is that what he was able buzz? Uk Pitch. It's not flying. It's style God damage. That is man. Yacky was gay man. I just like this. He's not gonNA say yes. You can repress it s not going to help make him resent you Bagley Man Jasmine. They got oh shit. They got a picture that kid in a chat. They found Maria's right there. Yeah Man all right. Let's go ahead and get into the commercial break that we got it. Yeah obligated to toe. You guys. Don't WanNa do it but we have to have to. Somebody Sons Gay Swedish well. He's halfway the Swedish me. Sorry this insulting compliment. They're very liberal. People yeah I got. Ta must six year old son wanted to dress up in Jazz. Like fuck glad you. Yeah and we'll get some dig when you're older people like I mean not. The betterment did not all right all right. Listen aluminum on that as a compliment. All right. Let's go break. Let's do it all right folks Thank you for being here now. Glad to have you and we should be right back if she emails regime is known in during this break. But we will be right back. We can painless after booze. Let me see We have let people want us to talk about. This is from C. Here from SEAN Kearney Sean Says Hey Corey Chris have either. Have you played any of the Games in the Earth defense for? Is that the only fight. The in the Jinan sex played two of them. I don't know how many are there are franchise. But I played play too. I have not John Ants. I think I'm like a firefighter. Who has like a gun is remember them being like looking like shit and plane like Shit but they have their fan base popular. No not I thought I heard about them doing some kind of remake. I wouldn't be surprised I played like two. I meant I saw in thought it looked fun. That's what you know. I remember the giant insects. Yeah I remember Johnson particular put Earth Defense Police Sequel. Spinoff there is I just I just remember being in this very empty city and I mean they. Didn't they deny that the budget for this game? Everything felt very additive for you. GotTa be kidding me. They make me tell me. Say I'm not a robot. Fuck out of here got that captured. The capture coming out of nowhere. Making me do all kinds on your Laptop Shit. Look cost is going to fix it for you. Play Games because I mean cross cross that one last little Kevin Traffic Lights. Yeah the one above. I can't see from American barely second. Let's see is your role back to self destruct. Compromise compromise been revealed. Does work got me found? Terminator reboot now Statues Statue Statue. Devastat I think you nailed it there. We go I am not I am not a robot helped you out. So I am not a robot Rod Rod right around my round. There you go they you me see this Earth Defense Force right here. This is get on Youtube. But what is this shit? Yeah these people are welcome back. But if you can't tell we're looking at giant in right now Terrify Keishi seeing. That looks like a video game. You remember that's my kitchen right now on this Earth Defense Force From what it was the Mid-2000s I want to say because that's what I remember playing it on like the xbox three sixty three or something okay. The alert emergency alert not trying to tran LE. Da Da cloverfield bullshit. We can't see now. We see we know what they look like a Goddamn game. All right we know. Was this game popular Apparently made a lot of sequels. It has a fan base. There's no doubt about that. Looks Bad Asthma? I've ever played. I was not a fan that in now. What the fuck is a giant frog? That's new to me citizen. Yeah that's nuts dude. The ULTIMATE WEAPON AGAINST THE INSECTS. That that's what you want us. Oh so you eat all the insects. I have no idea. I mean that's what I would use it against you. Make giant CYBORG for us more. You telling me that this sucks Morrissey this want WanNa play. They had this giant. I didn't like it. I really thought this is like the the master chief of frogs right here. That's the fifth one. So there you go that's on. Ps Four for those five of these so those are the graphics of today for that game so a lot worse when I originally played Shan and he says he says if not. I think you might both enjoy the game young. I'll play man. I'll find it. How is this a PS? Four exclusive exclusive. I am the fifth. I got what you call it. A A game pass on xbox blocks. I'm not sure if they have it up there. Maybe maybe I'm not looking for earth. Defense Force twenty seventy seven. You were convinced guy. They because they said is basically a game about shooting down. Thousands of B movie months. Yeah in causing Michael Bay levels of destruction. What more can you ask for Chris? Season you know a good game. Hard to plead. Sometimes I can be playing that predators. Shit ask you as issues. Oh Hey you know what we're GONNA be talking about something a little John Lomax lomax big as Lomax. Have you ever seen Lomax Bro? I make video games. I'll beat your fucking remember. You don't I know a lot of people get John says what up guys. With video game sales skyrocketing during in nineteen and hitting a record ten point eighty six billion dollars in the United States in the first quarter. Twenty Twenty. I'm just getting more sports. He did everything. That's the story. We're going to cover govern until you. Well Stop Okay. I'll stop now all right and I will read this email. That's Nice In the middle of that score before after I liken you like we can start the conversation based on his question given the topic. We're talking about okay. I approve just remember that email. Chashma lomax right. John Lomax Chat. You remember the name. John Lomax we get to that story video games at doing. That's a great name. A great she should be fine predators in the squad. Colonel John Lomax fucker. Yeah scary you Sealand. Here's a guy who wants to get so big. He doesn't WanNa Nick. I'm not lying then. No guy in their reality show or something he wants to move around in the Tim Burton Batman suit. He actually said Knicks are overrated. Need though I'd like to turn my head. Yeah I was. I was thinking that needed for things. Like pivoting your hit left to right. He wanted to move my entire torso hip but he wants to. He wants to eat his on neck. Jesus Kronenbourg movie where he just wants some big ASS. Shoulders good look. I tried to talk about what he's in Now all right go Nash Voice Man. Hey listen you can't strangle them joke. You cannot have no neck. Has Its benefits man. That's what Shadow saying yeah players defense for some time. Okay there you go you know. We didn't get any emails can keep forgetting to do this. Man Keep getting tell people how to get a hold of us knows begins somewhere with his giggling and laughing. Stupid stuff stupid shit. Hey folks who got another commercial break coming up. I'm sure so here's what you can do. 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They're really appreciate Mr Truro up Arthur. There there's a there's a Lomax Ray. There's no national. He's trying to that. God capitalize on his on his lack of neck or and fucking went away. There was a tried to kill him. Like oh this guy's like he became an Internet meme but then he was like going to use this to market my son. Everyone stopped caring. That's what happened this that skinny naked to neck here with the with the volcano guy did have okay popped out of okay. Yeah well yeah people have you become Internet mean I mean you do nothing you just. That just happened by accident. You can't thank you by the way you've limited time as you what you need to do. Fern fern fern. Good guy and they'd get gets in sub-zero doing what you said that people listen you have a limited amount of time and don't Casiano just roll with it just roll with just just just coast with just enjoy it You might get something out of but you baca mom you remember to. Buckingham yes I do. Yes you still out there. It's like a lot of people. Enjoy the cheap got some longevity out of a little bit but I remember she tried to come out and there was something where some some something happened big. Some big thing happened the news some big tragedy. She came out and she was like people to welcome here. Let's just all try to get together and get along with each other. Remember that love is the key you mass for. Nobody wants to hear your opinion. Okay go seen. Imagine Care Right. People who look you know you got used as a marketing device for about forty hours and bug-eyed here. It's over yeah. There are some exceptions. Though like maybe third viral videos people spawn entire career. You know like Leroy Jenkins. Yeah and he was going to. He's going to blizzard con stuff like that. He had panels and things. He was getting paid. The backpack kid generally familiar with the backpack. Here you are. Come on man no this. Oh many man. There's so many I forget. You know backpack kid the kid. You've seen the dance before the one you do this. Guy The focused lawson kit okay. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah. He's still going around doing all the last time I saw him. He was at one of your things. Well he was not my thing but I was at a show wasn't even Ford Completely honest with you but I heard about like the kid is cool. I saw one the the conventions. Like vitkovice right right. Look Nice Kid and I don't want to invite them. I think people still philosophy. Nothing people still doing. And it's still out there but I I went to this thing called lyrical. Lemonade is a hip hop. Show The people from BB. Tv SAY COME ON MY CHECK. It out of the backpack kid go on. Talk Shit about but let me see here backpack here hold on. First Time. I actually saw him. I saw him in a video a few times and I saw him. He came out in this video. Katy Perry Oh my God. Yeah you want to say this. Yeah I do Katy Perry about like. She's you saw backpack mouse. This this is a She Live Okay. She brought all these like dances. Outta Shit was looking like something. They will show at the end backpack. He came back. This is and good for him him on his thing paid for them yet. I saw out like Oh shit out of all these people that he's the craziest thing that see right there on top. He's the one that's getting the most attention right now for me Louis. Obviously Katie Katie. Make him cut. Thank you thank you. Gore pori boring or Pori. Here it is man. Yeah and the funny thing but he came out and I saw like he just like he looks like he's actually anger to be signal is lost man. That's good to know it does talk. It was the season finale of SNL and look. Who is there the Rock and Tom? Hanks Scarlett Johansson Playing Ivanka trump and Alec Baldwin as the president but it was this unknown kid with the guy stole the show. The kid took the state. That's it that's it that's it God. It's like some good for him. I'm not I'm not be mad. I'm just like wow yeah okay yet. Columbus expression that's the best part? It's the best. What Katie Pairs beetlejuice? And somebody's like like the kids like are like a robot he really you know he's like he's like a toy wine the mother. Yeah Yeah exactly. They look at. It took the stage as toys. Like he comes low wind up toy man. This unknown will increase speed on a show up a notch. Kid took the stage as Katy. Perry performed and in about two seconds took over the show. Now he's an overnight sensation with social media dubbing him backpack backpack kid. What do you think about this? Big Cultural Event. I don't know about that. Well I believe everybody just stupid. God the government. I'm not saying stupid in terms of like like him at all but just people's obsession over something. I'm glad he made money where we live in. He's still out there. Good good Mike you it like. He's he's he's partnered up with the same people that were partnered up with TV. And he's there. I guarantee he's making more money than I am. Probably maybe maybe not. I don't know but all costs thirty bucks for that fucked backpack and he's GonNa get selection now wardrobe with backpacks fucking backpacks to sell back kid. Backpacks I'm sane. Does I would be like. We're GONNA market this after school specials off shit so now he's like a teenager and he's you know he's back teen. Huck PAC pacman backpack man. You could do eventually to hits eighteen backpack man. He hasn't Batman a superhero pacman feature with the power of Harry Shit mckeever. Wow know he showed up at this thing. Those is hip hop show on lurker lemonade. And I heard that he was there earlier. I got there later but the girl who put together and she was like yes. We had lunch backpack kid was was there like he wasn't part of the show. He just wanted to go up on stage. So you made a big deal. They were like beggars. Gatecrash the party. Okay so you got all these hop Axa daily these these current hip hop accident and they just stopped everything and by the way they on a tight schedule. Course a fucking backpack kid is. Hey everybody Yo y'all gnome y'all know the kid. Y'All know the backpack. Y'All know the dance and he went up and Denisot this unknown kid with the backpack who stole the show. People tweeted his ass on Like all right these. Yeah it makes sense paid money to see this show or whatever there to see the rappers and everything yeah impact people just kind of like all right you know. This is cool backpack kid man. But you know it's kind of worn out man stage as Katie. Talk to a man he was like I mean. Look I can't wait till I'm fucking like eighteen so I can just really really really let loose. Okay just be like the backpack man a backpack. I understand no again to his own backpack. It's all I need man so he needs his back. Hit the road. Yeah man to this said he got back booze out of it was kind of fucked up. He's he's like dad but he was like he's a teenager now and he's like almost eighteen now and he's like. I'm still make money so I don't give a shit our reason why he's like I'm cool. Now he's like I really think I can just bust loose. Rahm adult can really go onto what I want. Do and cash them want to whom he has an income capital. Yeah Yeah Yeah. It is funny because I saw one year and he looked like that and I guess a couple of years later I saw him. He looks like a fucking dude. A man with a backpack. Yeah he's I mean he's the people are still doing the dance and movies and Shit. He's doing these guys. He'll be man. I'll be interested to see what he will do once he's done be teenager because he's he's. I'm he's cashed in a lot on this go from. Yeah Yeah I'm not. I'm not talking been at all now. People's weird obsessions over. One thing is always always gets me? What's what's the next one GONNA BE? Yeah I thought he was already popular before that. I didn't know that does what he blew up on. Because I saw that saw the next day. And I'm like what the fuck is this as. He looks like from deliverance. Almost unknown is now. I mean I guess because he meant an egg nagging nagging. He's like a you know how reptiles Duchovny you'll have an expression that that is little weird to me that he didn't his expression didn't change like an animal risk was fastly speaking to his movement. That's the emotion that we're seeing this man. I I was mesmerized. I saw it though I was like Jesus this disease. But this is the maze. Kids got spunk. Yes he does I said this is. He's amazing man. I'll tell you nice guy talked to good. Yeah really kid man. I hope that he's remains that way. Because you seem pretty humbled. Yeah did man. He didn't seem like he was bragging. Anything I'll real nice real nice gamma so how much money he makes. Yes they do. He's eighteen now so he is back. Pacman yes finally Tim that this much money. He makes like per year per month. We get see looking at somebody sent me. Somebody sent me article who jeans statistics in. Yeah I'm trying to get that number on here. Oh this is another inside edition. Apparently love this kid. Edition loves this Shit. They love this viral pop culture zeitgeist stuff. Oh how much does he megan how much he makes but they don't even reveal the fucking ads. Yeah top on top six figures. Now Jesus Christ and he's he's winning he's winning. You make six figures. Eat AD is awesome. That's incredible that's good. At least one hundred grand business about six figures a year but I got to pay all you mother fuckers at this business and everything. I hardly anything. I'm sorry it trickles down to nothing. Coastal triggered an economics record trickle down economics do not work. Everybody doesn't Reagan. Go start throwing money away man. Oh thanks that yeah you know it was starting to slow but you know man. I know any little bit helps. I appreciate it hopefully will work it up. I was talking about Tamen Barbecue. Whiskey all right. Let's see we got here let's go and get into some stories talking about good backpack See All right. See We got here all right. You ready certain man. Sure thinks okay. Don't you know from not right? I mean no no. I'll stop everything. I'm good okay. All you can have sniffing and get into it now. That is cocaine. Hey man you DC. Yes Oh yeah people say. I'm not because I hate this evening. I am a fan. I like good. Dc's DC frustrates man. I love DC. Awesome man I mean. I Love Batman as much as anybody out. How dare you say I'm not a DC FAN? I speak truth and the truth to this. Sometimes it's just frustrating being a DC fan asked people downtown. What Shit what's good? So you know you try. They don't WanNa hear. Yeah everything's great. Thank you gotta be out something with with DC man. Here's the thing that frustrates you but trying to make these verses and Shit you know. They frustrated with the Shit that they actually make And if they if if that's bad enough they frustrated with the shit. That doesn't even happen. Which happens a lot with may frustrate. They've frustrates you with things that don't even exist. Years of stuff not happening under their belt. Push it out and he just never happens. Man For example. Remember that tiny talking about. Oh my God man. This is going to be great. You mean the director of Mad Max is going to do it. Justice League movie. Yeah George Miller Justice League mortal. He's going to do a movie. No He's not but I saw the costumes and costumes and he said so he. Dc's and we changed them No one knew we just don't feel like today we'll go wrong. I'm mad angry. Guy Being will make all y'all angry to time. Everybody thought that this was a good idea. I'm not one of them but a lot of people were looking forward to the talents of Tim. Burton combined with the craziness of Nicholas Cage. I would like to see that now. Nicholas Cage Uh Superman. She's a very then greasy. Superman lose like that. Looks like a lesbian Halloween Halloween Halloween part costume party. Yeah he's you know. How many have looked at like meth addicts? Who Women and they look like that God pieces like in front. It's like cloth but then the rest plastic. What the fuck is there is a weird look. I don't know what that is. His ads tumors like loves. No on his stomach can open up and swallows. He's Got Bart Simpson had on his got gotTA MAG on. His bickering is used to make my Dick mackey. Nothing going to be done with a man. You know who who remembers that people looking for. I'm not one casinos pure fucking evil but a lot of people looking forward to that. Did it happen? No which I can understand some this fucking crazy too weird yeah. I don't blame DC. I get but other things that they're supposed to be a watchman. Hbo'S HBO was supposed to be a wife and movie. Where's ago years ago with Kevin Costner? And other people in the end it was gonna be nothing like yeah it just the name name only. Yeah so sometimes. It's great that these things don't happen and now they have another project for you to decide on whether it should have existed are whether it shouldn't have existed and that is for before we had this movie right here which thought that this was dark all brought the war. True Walk Us. You can't win suicide. The greatest gladiator match in the history of the world. Oh my God battle so ethically dark soak signing people couldn't take it man just walk. Oh that's supposed to walk out of a movie. With Batman Superman feeling good felt like. Wow that was a piece of shit boring. Turn the contrast on this. Now man. Zack Snyder. He only has blue and gray to choose from his Palette Man. That's it as it thought that that was dark literally and figuratively. You should hear about what they had planned. For another Batman and Superman Virtue whatever whatever court case on time Batman vs whatever they were doing and It was supposed to be a a slightly darker than what they have. Right now. What was going on with. The story was similar. Pitch Batman v Superman Voday talked about specific scenes featured in this film what came after the Joel Schumacher films. This planned for two thousand or something and the movie would have opened up with. Alfred's funeral. Sorry off to a great guardian before we got into the movie and the previous. We'RE GOING TO SAVE AL MR freeze cure the fuck. It was Ellen for him to die in the next film that they do and it would have focused on will Batman Bruce Wayne. He's moved on the tragedy Alford but he found a woman and he fell in love with the thing was though it was a whole scheme concocted by the joker who somehow figured out that that man no he did because he knew Batman Bruce Wayne with the same person as we know in the burden eighty nine film and he somehow tired this actress and emerged this church pretend to be his wife and Batmans like to kill the joker instruments. Like you can't do that. You can't kill the joker and the weird thing is it was going to tie in to the Schumacher and Burton films. Where LEX luthor would resurrect the Jack? Nicholson Joker GonNa save is going to be the Jack. Nicholson Joe again. And so they're going to bring back. Jack Nicholson for this movie. And everything would you got. I know he was the most popular villain of that entire series. But it's like that is just bizarre like his taken the character but I could never have imagined coming back to do. This role was not so much that it was just dark. It was also was fucking stupid. Very stupid I mean. They say dark but any time they do that. It's like this is just make any goddamn sense and superman wouldn't been involved trying to stop Batman from how Batman is in a superman. Stop murdering people. Okay we're having. Your wife was sad but come I and then they would have thought and shit and that's what happened. They fucked us all. They really did. He had so much material in front of you and it just felt plans face. Shat this out to adhere to this. Guy's vision yeah. Yeah but wait. There is hope. Oh what's the home? Oh the man that fucked it. All Up is the man that show save us. Is that how it works? Man that destroyed it. She'll rebuild from the rubble because the people out there. You know speaking here. You're not going to see that which I don't know why it just sounded fucking amazing. Why did I not do that? I don't know why you're not gonna see their but good news or things that you shall see as I said the man that taught apart. Put it back together as people continue to ask for that Snyder car there. He does not get but he he does exist. Mail the movies and the movie Dan as a gender now movie has a has a deck. A movie has a giant Penis and he pitch dark robbing. Oh a lot of reading booed balls. He does exist hashtag release. The Snyder cut people a still insist that the Snyder a justice league does exist out. There you guys remember the inaudible. He's still apparently has all on his phone where he shot. It is iphone. Does that photo right there? Yeah Man Okay. Afon in his case people. Do you realize de realize that? We have probably seen aliens before. We've seen that got their snide it's nuts. Ufo's we've seen people give a shit people get we've shares a flat saucer. Release the Snyder Snider. That's real mystery. It that's our arc of the covenant. Excuse me bigfoot. The cuts release it and a lot of people have been asking for this and for those who have been asking for this on the Snyder. Could've justice league. Yeah let me be clear we got the could've ESPN again up these You should probably move some. This snyder cut is right up there with bigfoot and the Loch monster there's no proof there's some pictures and whatnot. Snyder won't shut the fuck up about an on his twitter him getting these fans all around exactly what he's doing because he's so resentful over the whole thing to happen with him and Warner Brothers. There's no he's trolling yeah. He's trolling keeping up his His stock yeah. The weather's a troll and not the rumors persist that it does exist to the point that it is said that there are those who have actually seen The people say like who these people who were these got you sucker in the scene that thing to put it up here man all right you know because that's going to be the next question. Who are these people? These people are the people over at places like heroic Hollywood. Here's a quote from them. According to them they say it seems like a recent screening of the film could lead to a wider release. Hollywood has exclusively learned. Confirmed that Jack Snyder again. Zach Snyder Goddamn held. A private screening of his cut of Justice League released under an alias. Next night slider related to Zack Snyder whatsoever. Completely wearing that spend mustache superman where to build his mustache. We need a top I heard my brother Zack was here. Where is he shut backstage? My brother Zack said he has released his cut of the movie. It's Great Zack Snyder. Cut and it's wonderful of course Let me see here He says here that that that Zack's ninety I you had a private screening of his cut of Justice League in the first quarter twenty twenty what executives from DC and attendance according to individual with knowledge of the situation. Something is happening with Snyder's cut of the film and discussions for that are underway. What to do I imagine they'll put on. Hbo Max a server is going to be coming out of this job. So they're gonNA be the big surprise people. The thing is man. Listen listen at the end. The day I really dislike sex interpretation. These characters disliked it from the beginning. Ever since Mana steelheads some merits I like parts of his visions because stuff on Krypton but after that man he just does not get these characters did like DC is a rainbow it is. It can be a detective story it can be about. God's living outer space can be a man from another planet coming down saving the world but he has it through this one fucking spectrum of blue and gray and everyone's mad and everyone said and it's like I just don't get that and for him saying this is the ones going to be redeem at all. I don't believe that for a second. It's GonNa be even worse movie. It'll be an overlong poorly paced film like all the rest of his DC products. That he's put out there. I just don't care about it and it's not even DC fans that upsets them. It's it's FUCKING SEGMENT OF SNYDER FANS. Who are obsessed with his vision and say it's better than anything. They think that it is a like a grander vision than any other person's reputation of superior before like it's actually intelligence not it tries so hard to smart become so dumb and laughable. I will never understand it. Well anytime you have somebody who goes greatly against something. That's what happened reaction. Yeah a reaction. Is You know for every action. There's an opposite reaction plot the rule of physics to the law to to entertainment man. People just what happened was critics came down so hard You have Fans that came down on it so hard that it gets to a point where there are some people who just there's going to stand up for just out of their own principal are now if you don't believe in like a little bit. Yeah you know violence even more because leave rained down. How like insure Cheryl this shit? Great in college genius or whatever. Because I'm just going to oppose those people who are complaining. I don't like it. You know. That's what happens man. You always get this anytime. Somebody has a strong opinion on something district. Some some people just want to argue sometimes people just want to do the opposite of what you do just to argue against you like that. South travel is your man we we just want to find reasons to fight each and the people who hated start fight back and then that's how you get all this right here but you know Matt Matt Matt thing with this whole release of the Snyder cut. I think a lot of people. I think they forget that there was a was a justice. League a was it was a Batman versus Superman. I think it was I think it was Batman versus Superman Do you guys remember that. There was a rated R. Cut Edition. Yeah. The ultimate Disney released like a bit in theaters for a while. I think yeah so. They released this ultimate dish. This rated R. addition of a Batman Versus Superman. Almost like it was the snyder and everybody before came out. Everybody talked about how much better was and how lead to self to a better story because of that they did cut and they let Zack's night is true vision. Come through. I saw not just like you know at best. There's no fucking different here. You go you just made it longer. Yeah and you just you just added some stuff to like. Make it right at all. That didn't really need to be there like a shanking prison. Yeah and more stuff in Africa. I believe I saw like this. This is genius. This has made it long so now they want to go in. And that's what I'm thinking like unless I see what they do with this. I'm thinking all these new cuts that people have and whatnot. There's a mysticism to them or Just mystique too because people. It's the rumors it's the also the perception people have and it's video games to that longer always equals better like no. It doesn't sometimes it doesn't sometimes it throws off the basic web lately like the one that comes to mind what we're talking about like the apocalypse. Now yeah the cut the director's cut the whole French stuff goes on for way too long. This is not even necessarily you can cut this out and you'd be made a veteran movie that was cut out because we will stand by getting edgier but did it make better no no it did not it just it. It didn't make it better. It was only just slightly by context. I guess yeah but I I saw it. And it's like yeah maybe there's more context of something but when I saw like there's still stay moving just foundation. Still Shit guys okay. You can keep piling stuff on it still GonNa fall apart so when you had. This snyder cut comes. I have a feeling it's GonNa be the same sources is going to be extra things. I might add a slight context to it. Yeah but you know what you're still going to. Have you still have things that they probably can work their way around like Those fucking shots. Where let me see those shots where they were net town that Russian town vanilla? Cgi Russian town. Apparently only one family lived next to a bombed-out power plant to power fucking noble exactly should noble family. There's giant Parkin apartment complex like nearby that we never see those people until people. What are you going to have the characters that they want dark side? You're going to be able to have that in there so it was gonna make sense those nightmare sequences with the Bruce Wayne that was completely dropped. Flash come in Batman vs Superman you have to save her Bruce or the phone and somebody said we put those in. I'm sure he did. I'm sure but is that. What are they GONNA do? They GONNA GONNA pull that out. Look I wait and see but I've seen these long cuts of things man and then go no not that that that that perception that longer equals better is always perplexed. Me Does it does not. So you'll be fucking darker and it'll be blue can can you can you just. I was almost people. Kept saying you'RE NOT GONNA YOU'RE NOT. GonNa get it and now I'm saying you know what please releases muffler. Everyone can just shut up about. He's out there and people seem to. Please release this shit so we can shut the fuck up about it and they are talking about perhaps releasing this. Hbo That's how you market your thing. It was said ruin is said. That Zack Snyder was working on this. And only thing that disrupted something sooner as far as a screening are release with this was corona crown. Yeah so please. Please released this shit. I'll be fair with I'll be is good. I'll be the first to tell you I'm the one. Actually it's like man I I mean I look. I recognize a sheet film but I you know I wanted people that still says. Hey just watching for fun. At least it's not as fuck dark is Batman versus soup. I mean I guess it's better than Superman. I'll give it that not much much. But it's kind of. It's released the motherfucker so we can shut up. Yeah please seen in and my feet all the time please people at least give these people what they want. Can we move onto the? Dc's they're in a better place right now. I think was stuff like Zan which I really enjoyed. I didn't particularly care for but okay you mean I get a step in the right direction and I really like birds of prey. So let's get more stuff like wonder woman that's right one is coming up in the first one room was enjoyable. So let's move on Thac police point. Let's move on and talk about things that really matter You see here. Oh hold on everything. County anticipation no to Mentana. Hold on man on on you. Just you know I'll tell you. What would you take a commercial break? Okay let's do that. Let's take commercial break real quick and we'll be right back to this ashtray. It's getting ready for Italian man. No metal arms dig opening mass basis. Let's see here. There is something I'm supposed to have opinion. I don't have no. No that's taking you take you take little commercial breaking email to yeah we get to Let me see here. Chris Reducing Herman. I was trying to get stuff ready today and I rushing. Found some stuff tune into sound some cool stuff that make an interesting conversation. Ships sad stuff sadly but that's the world including entertainment. There we got. It's what I'm looking for right there and move over here there. We are all right. When do we email real quick? He yelled is about DC. Because they're going they're going to do that. Just moral bitches like no. You guys don't care not I which should I'm just a plain. I'll call make bad movies and we have. We have man we're not we're not raving about the world. Nope can marble cam tomorrow him recently? Hey guys recently their room going around and by the way this from rock quiz mole. How reckless rockaway. Hey guys recently. There are rumors going around that Disney. Plus we'll be developing a live action kingdom hearts series. I don't believe in of course these are just rumors but is still got me wondering kingdom hearts could work as a TV series. What are you guys thing? Know that would be so complicated. I mean I don't know how you do it. I know so Roger Rabbit Shit. They'd have to pull. Maybe it's an because they said live action TV series action. S When Roger is GonNa say Bullshit Right now Kingdom hearts man is so weird. Maybe maybe the fan base would make it a hit. Mean they love it. There's no doubt about that. I think maybe in Japan so crazy that crazy shit work over there but it'd be like an animate yes it would be well suited for that but kingdom hearts is so weird man to do a lot. First of all live action. It would be expensive expensive now. I don't know if they WANNA put out. They want to put money into something that's live action is gonNa cost that much and they don't know how much mainstream audiences are going to get into unless they just know the numbers of those keenum hearts fans you know based on the Games and how interested they would be yes. I'm the only thing I could think of this the first time. I'm hearing about this though. I have not heard about this. I mean not. Let's see here. Let's see kingdom hearts so you guys get a hint of what what's it all about obsolete. Figure it out. I watch a thirty minute documentary explaining Mars before I played three and I I give up because this is my game I was like I'm still confused so basically what you have here. It's an interesting man. Say It's complicated. No you know it. It's actually very interesting. Actually Press Bundy August. I did welcome back everybody. Somebody's asking us about kingdom hearts potentially be. Tv show room to be a TV show. Yeah Live Action TV show room to live action TV show so basically what you have here is you have Disney characters hanging out with what final final fantasy carry ski ski inspires square. Swear characters and go on like shared stories and stuff. That's great for games man. Yeah but I don't know if the if the if the fan base is big enough to justify a live action alive like give me. People Live Action Adaptation. This thing does is sometimes. Where's the volume turnoff? Yeah the value. This did the other day. Man can't complete turns it off and it's exact chairman happens we gotta know you can get all that. You didn't get very self explanatory to me and I'm thinking. Let me just say from this standpoint from Disney standpoint. You're talking about Disney who are very protective of their Ip and they play it very safe and they played variously the protective of their Ip and the characters special that main character like Mickey Mouse and goofy harnessing making anything now in his. Yeah well. He's no animated shows. They got those animated shorts. They'd do that you. He's not like duck tales or something like that. Nah Nah I think they had. They had some stuff house of mouse. Which I like vodka with a great day They they'd had recently. Would MICKEY MOUSE ON? Shorts are no shorts. A great near. I think it isn't it. Hey I could be wrong. I Mitt that man if this happens in but if you want my opinion I think that my my first impulse is to say that Disney doesn't wanNA muddle their Ip's as far as a live action show. Movie goes where they put them in there with these square soft square soft characters and then make and make a confusing for the mainstream mornings. Because what's going happen is you're GONNA get a lot of people who know Mickey and Donald and Goofy. They'll come in and be like who the fuck is this chick right here. The spiky New Feminine Blond Guy. Yeah Yeah it's unless it's just that they know that they they have that built in audience of final fantasy fans and Kmart's fans but I don't know what the numbers look like but again Disney. They they played so saving especially now so safe with all the properties that you know I mean people have been complaining about how they treat stars now just how generic and Mills Law. This stuff is like their remakes and for them to do something so off the wall and I mean honestly experimental yes the franchise existed for a long time but do in live. Action is only it. Maybe they'll do like a live action You Know Roger Rabbit esque movie again some day but I struggled Kinda groovy. I struggled to see them doing something like this. Okay you know I would love for you guys at their put your if big kingdom hearts fans there there are there are surely passion. Those people are hardcore. I know I know I've me on on the bad experiences with them down explained the look. I said of the you know what I said. This is actually really cool now. I saw somebody play in during that time. Tron came in. They went to try warehouse share. Yeah hires of the A. The Jack Sparrow came in. I was like okay. This is. This is pretty cool. Man Insert themselves and all the movies and TV shows and things. Let me just say something real quick before we continue to getting mad? No no no no no actually people being very cool okay. I'm not I'm not talking shit about the series at all. I'm just actually being very cool. This is from guardsmen. One one seven been here since the first twitch stream. Thank you Mr Coleman you drum you. You drew me okay. Let's go Brought a small to me then as was feeling low and you guys have been doing a great job since been a fan for fourteen years. Thank you thanks. Thank you so much. Want to stop and say thank you. Listen I wanna hear from you guys. Phantom aside and tell me do you honestly think this work and that's not a challenge. I'm being I wanted to Let's see here Keen hearts doesn't work when they have live action levels. Somebody say who is that me? Part OF THE CHARM. I think is the animation to Austin. Duke Says No angry Asian says he says. I can't see it working as an enemy but not like anime. I could see that working as an animator S. Because that'll make any sense. I don't know what that was apple advocacy. It's all animated and are really bad ass animated. You could pitch to the fan. I think Disney would definitely be interested in doing anime. Adaptation had that available on Disney plus. Yes overload low. Say Hell No. We're on the same. No Hell No. It will not work lobby. Was there no nine nine? Somebody says even the gay the last game even work night train stranger hosts it. Now somebody say that Disney and square incident. Hold my beer. Somebody says the fuck no fucking know. Lot of people are saying no. I do agree. Do very much agree with people who say the that it work as an enemy. That's to go. Yeah Waking conceive of it. Yeah let's see so. I agree with that which is answering email about people all right. Let me go ahead and get back into You're talking about we. Just we were talking about how we just sick of hearing about X. Non Exact Snyder Snider Sneider cut nine hundred. You're saying you know we don't we don't really need it. He's he's doing just fine doing just fine just fine but I was telling you something you do. Need smurfs Airbus Mercer. Man Do we. Everybody loves US Murph. I watched show back in day but everybody used to watch this. Show man here. By the smurfs smartest as you can see created here by French. Cartoonists Bay. Oh She's trying to shift. What is in that cigarette? He's happy though. Talking to one of action figures right is what inspired to make them. Look at this pay. Who was actually trying to pick up. A smurfs event talks to me. So you got going on at night but it's been the smurfs right here. his invention has ninety five percents. A we call it recognition around the world. It's a it's an. Ip recognized by ninety five percent of people around the world. Yeah like that's what people see that like that should murph. What you're doing those those shrooms and pay all fucking mushrooms. Logan high similar meeting right now. A little body just looking at doing okay. We can write these down really WANNA TV. Show buddy okay. You want to move up. This another underage. All those little boy wanted to ride with me but Erbakan Murph's man has some recognition for man. Look they had toys. They heck comics. They dominated Saturday morning television here in the United States. Everybody loves us all man she song. You can't help but sing seeing these long with me. You know people like why when you hear that can't get your head man. It's pretty good. It's very charming. Yeah people just like. They can't stop breeze. Don't care about this folks. Get people man. People love the smiths style. They've also has several shitty movies. They have we own place. The magic mushroom tight white pants and all that different attitudes already forty. He's frenemies worry ward. Sometimes I just feel blue. Craig's Shade Irs nosy. So what's going on over there? There's one thing they she does. Keep walking rattles riding. Oh Watch them. Smart showers listen man. He's Kendall's there's nothing down there Murphy Sexual Sexual Right now. He's fucked Murphy. She's the one female smirk but the other guys. They are worried about having pies and they're about should never wanted to make it smurfs there a defined by what they do? That's their names. Yeah Yeah Yeah Baker. Smer VEGAS Mervyn. Only Papas MERV. Yeah Pop. He's the only one who's kind of rainy. Brennan Horny Hervey Gay heels the ones in the back and we never met the Goddamn village are yeah man everybody loves a smurfs man and now they are going to be having a Murph video game Doodle shit. I'm this I'm just like do you see I know nothing about this is this is GonNa work. It's like a Goddamn civilization game. I make of fucking SMURFS and had them fight against each other takeover. Different smurfs societies. Let me see. Wipe each other out as the sole. Let me see here There's this company put on the smurfs movies while we talked about this. So there's no gameplay there's no gamblers this announced right knows no knows no gains. We're working on this right now. They're working on it right now but right they say that the the smurfs French publisher microbes and the company I M. PS amps signed a publishing deal for video game based on the smurfs. It's going to be three D adventure game and hey okay and I think it might even be multiplayer. Play with a friend GONNA do. It's also going to be smart. Yeah so it's going to be basically get three D platform. I would imagine you get to pick your whatever smirk you WanNa be around now. I mean they're not giving specifics but I'm picturing my head right now. Okay Yeah boss battles of mean cat and yeah okay. Yeah you'll be able to go in and having a venture with a friend and whatnot. They say this is GonNa be as faithful to the property as possible. Just as much of those movies where Oh well you know the last movie. I wasn't crazy about it. I was like you know it was more than the other ones. Where the yeah the other ones where they have those other creepy as is. Will they do the thing where it's like a property from decades ago? Let's have him team up with live action people. They always fucking do that. Yeah that's one thing I could say about that smurfs movie from last time. At least they kept them in the Village Man. Share into a thing was like well. We don't want to spend a whole lot of money on mushroom houses in you know in CG smurfs let's take it to the real world like half of most of the live action. Yeah yeah at least. They did that the that would. Neil Patrick heirs are is. That isn't any Patrick Harrison to even do that any LAWA did money. That's why did you head. Sukhoi smurfs too. Yeah Yeah and they all blend together named from argue mill. Jesus Yeah Oh God hencke czar. Yeah Jesus these things were creepy man. All this movie looks looks fine. 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Yeah Man Oh yeah at least I do you know compared to what they did with that other smurfs was okay but it says the approval. Of course prove they're going to make money from from the state much like how they prove those other three films other leg here a light because they tried to get you can just tell like this is money. Because I'm looking at this Veronica colored who's Pales Daughter Right? Here you can see here at the weirdest Klan Rally Ever. Seem Nicer. Nice is there's certain buffets that's not racist not racist at all man and all I don't know I think they lynch somebody in the back but he says here. I am very happy about this beautiful partnership video games of always been my passion. I'll tell you I could yard Guy WanNa to save fashion. Yeah I could tell you know. She's learned to look. She says because they buy playfulness and often learning. It ain't nobody made an Educational Video Game Lawn Games from nineteen ninety seven hundred something job people come on. Yeah come on now Bullshit. This educational the Video Games. What you learn how to murder people in the hundreds and some PR speak for your ass right there. Yeah because I had the property. A lot from this more from this fans are going to buy video games where you learn how to do the math. Learn how to read play They don't do those anymore She doesn't know my passion. Sure like hearing hey. Helen Mirren Clan Right. Now learn how to count the money. Devolve into that have been great completely off script. Fuck it doesn't make money plotters get much more rich counting game one to three dollars lear. Goddamn COW WOW. That devolved it. Should I tell you man? Oh yeah you know is. Man Ashtrays the subscription. Thank you that is oblivion one thousand nine hundred eighty four with the ashtrays up in good name. Aka. Let's see here. So that's all excited about a smart should everywhere Let me see so here. We go so I am excited about this. I am glad you laugh. I do. I'm GonNa tell you why because you. This is actually. This was out before you born. You gotTA understand was gaming. Before you popped out the a non-charter let me see here so back in the day Do Remember Coleco Vision. Yeah you're saying you know I remember vision. Never played one of. I know it's history. So COLECO vision. I had one man Coleco. Vision was the shit back then because back then. The graphics was some of the best graphics that you had now about. Today's comparison at all at all. But one of the things that people wanNA games you have to have on. The clinical vision was the smurfs game because the smurfs game because it was the closest thing a little like the cartoon and plus smurfs was so huge back. Then right that people are saying yeah. Clico vision you gotta get the smurfs game like playing the cartoons essentially. Yeah it's a sin it's essential and also you laugh but it was actually hard man All Games are hard Oh it was challenging back in the day man back in the day they had that game had some of the most difficult and frustrating and hard his enemies out there in a video game for smurfs game. Remember the screen. We had to pick this killed by fed hole but he was by. We'll try again boulder. We still got. I love the sound effect. That's great I was a million. They reduce God damn fast. My God the hardest enemies like the fence the small. That never move absolutely incredible. That was hard manifest. Got You who do jumping was so dear. Innocent White picket fence was coated in poison. That will kill you to the touch. Select by trump was like I need to know we don't need great staff instant instant instant death. Oh Shit is you. Don't even know what happened. Oh stupid so innocent. Didn't know you walk around it. Really what they got a job yet. It was so innocent person. We can even jump but he said. Nah Innocent White picket fence. Right that's not killing me. Knocked his. It makes a great. I love it flat on his Pale by the fence. To He's he didn't get impaled. He touched it just touches. My God that's great for you. Hit anything they were back to spiders but that fucking got never seen a fence. Take someone out before all right. I'm pressed hard to fit a fist. Just knocked the shit. I walked near instant death. Right South Somebody jumped too early. Powell the buys on Asian get over it almost murph bodies. The game did it wasn't it was gonNA make it a man that's all weakening just to the rock rock expenses. There was some suspicion grants grants. Are you serious? Was it like a clump sticking out was? What was it is four blades of grass? Man Killed Him was so sharp. Okay you're fucking me. This was not a central game. People must have hated this game. No back in the day. That was seriously man. It was just kind of like those today. The equivalent of like okay plant resident evil. How come I can't go around fucking Bush right here? You know the Bush didn't kill you. Sure but yeah now. People like kids will play his game to look almost sure. Good luck what I hear looking still went ahead sinisterly waiting on him look at the game and I barely see it. That's why you would die because you didn't know Murph Rescue Scott you back to the start screen smart rescues no one here you go so you get paid like fucking head. Let's just see that we get past the grass pass because was in this game or is this Jan grass in village tough Them fearful self defecated voided. His goes family. Smurfs can that run into everyday objects. Being on week I wonder bad. You fuck up so bad to kill these guys. It was so easy fucking build a fence around them clubs grass. Yeah just grass. They die so easy. Just a blade of grass on shit man going about the entire time unless smurfs just really fucked up it might be a Murph. Might be dumb. Maybe it's a smart allergic to everything that could be. Yeah Yeah most backgrounds. I never met tied lucky. Get frustrated but you go. That was it man thanks. Yeah Yeah. Maybe that's Coronas Murphy. Something dilemma affect everybody. You can't touch anything man. Everything's coated with disease and virus. All right believe it or not. That would bitch smurfs. Somebody's immune deficient smirk. Long name is accurate. And you go to hope that the Games a lot better than this radio to up. Don't bring that back. Make that a secret level Let's see here some bad news for you man burnt. I love that affects my street. That's that's the sound when they die all right. See here Alamo News for you man. We were just talking about this. We were talking about this off street. Yep You saying you know all these other datas out here are the ones that don't handle this shit. The ones where you go in there you complain to them and say look. There's this guy who won't shut up and he's on his phone texting he's making noises a you know he's he's drinking and throwing shit at the screen can do something about this. How big is he sir or the typical answers? No no okay. Just checking all right. Thanks money back. No okay great good. There's the theaters. Don't give a shit you know A. That's why we love the Alamo so much. Yeah how big you are. If you can't shut your mouth you gotta go and you won't get your money back. Yup Alamo Draft House Man Alamo Draft House cinema. They were sort of the the ones that started the movement of these theaters. That actually not only care about the the the for their customers who come to watch the movie but also nights food drinks comfortable environment that aesthetic overall theater. Step up their game forcing the do that. Now you go well. It's a sad day right now to this started that whole thing is now following itself in a trend of theaters at times of Corona. And that is going bankrupt. Yeah yeah man you know look we wondering like man you know this is just right before. Cronin Alma was the place to go. That business was booming man. They was spreading all around the country. They are going into national in some places. Maybe we'll ask for that Nice Getting back to having the thing that made them so much. Fun Out to all the controversies in one. Getting back to having a was a big thing. About the Alamo. They had the the film Geek Culture Aesthetic that they didn't handle well but no one can leave the house no matter how great cultures of nobody's in the theater not making any money that's right and they're actually trying to do the responsible thing this saying that stay home. Wouldn't you know we know the governor here in Texas to open up? But we're not GONNA do it. I'll look at that sign. Screen is so lonely in is that logo solani ruins watching go. Google Hello Lewellen. Give it a hug man. Now the other thing with them that opening is also business. They they are saying that. And this is what is I'm wondering about with theaters. All because with the Alamo. They are not going bankrupt overall but then might not be a good sign for the rest of the franchise and yeah because they are going bankrupt in one particular place in that place. According to deadline here is in Arizona. it's three other theaters there. But they filed for bankruptcy. Yeah that's Arizona chain. Yep the owner of the three venues in Arizona. Craig Pass Sheesh made the news public in the Arizona Republic yesterday. The owner hopes that they eventually reopened She-she's reportedly working with Alamo Headquarters to figure out the theaters next steps into financially reorganized. I guess is this. Is this quote right here? He said I'm sad to confirm that due to the impact of the cove in nineteen shutdown. Three Alamo draft house franchise locations in the Phoenix area have been forced to file for chapter eleven bankruptcy protection. Our intention is to use this opportunity to organize a finances and plan for the road ahead. Were also currently working closely with corporate team. In Austin to determine our next steps we've been privileged to have spent the past four years sharing the films. You love with our friends in the Phoenix region. And we hope that taken these steps will put us on track to continue in the future in chapter. Eleven doesn't mean that closing down anything. It means that they'll be able to protect themselves as they try to reorganize the business protect themselves financially while going in trying to reorganize the businessman. You got any thoughts on this. Well it's I mean. I think now draft house bills regards theaters. There just caught in such a hard place because even though states are opening up the of the all. The governor's coming out. There's yeah you can open up but only twenty five percent. Maximum occupancy and a theater. It's like that's not GonNa not gonNA profit from that from having all these people spaced out. And there's there's no films to show the next big films that are coming out. I think are in July. We talked about this. Just our go. They're going to be Milan tenant and the craziest Russell Crowe Russell Crowe Action Film. But that's like again. That's only three films in a month in in in the month of July and there's nothing else in so it's like yeah I mean you could say that the states are opening up right now but there's people go out there to begin with either because they're still scared not gonna go to please main public places and so. I feel bad for particularly for the draft house. They offer such a agree experience personally for me. Yeah that's the thing with Alamo Draft House Man. I know I enjoy them to man. I got my suggestions jer. What they should do for some things that I don't love that they do but yeah I'm like everybody else. Mana their grape theater to go to because they actually had the experience of going to the movie in mind for the customer now and like all these other bullshit theaters. That just you know. Wash in who? Don't give a fuck anymore pretty much money including the screens screens just as dark. Splotches on them and everything. I see this damn lines. Yeah I've been so many screens look like somebody just pissed all on religious probably did it. We're going to do but Alamo they say would not opening in this to win. The Governor says that we gave because we want to be responsible but it's also a business thing man it makes sense. It's going to see it. I don't understand this and I had this discussion with Martin the day When we talked about what's going to happen when movies come back to the theater. Because theater is that fifty or even twenty. Five percent capacity. Can't generate buff profit. You're not making any money Nadal and I'm sorry man I mean I understand. People want leave the house. But I don't know many people going to be leaving the house to go watch Russell Crowe Chase down the fucking two weeks in a B. Movie. Sounds like this is like that's what you meant to do. It's not mom. Don't piss them off. Don't Pick Russell. Crowe hard timely. I'm sorry accept my apology signal. If you could just do the same we could press reset. Don't anything to apologize for. All right bitch I remember that the kill everybody you love you know. I don't know if anybody's going to be showing up to see this in the numbers that justify having Theater Open. Let me ask you something how do you? I'm talking about this movie. How do you feel about something like ten? Now we're going to open another discussion here just briefly. I think you're on the same problem still no matter. What okay. That's the movie? Have out but you can still only feel the theaters up to twenty five twenty five percent. Maximum occupancy how are you GONNA generate profit? Yes from that so you can have a couple things to watching there now. But you still can't have a lot of people in their screens. How many screens you can have opened for this field? You know there are people who are and I'm not one of these people. There are people who Abedin that is just GonNa go the way a record stores are going to be very scarce only have the theater. Special chains specially change always Alamo draft house. Be One of those. But Hey they're going through incredibly hard times and like much like those other big bigger chains. So what do you think this means for the future of the Alamo Draft House? I mean I would. I mean I think we need to know what will happen. The next few months to get a better perspective but the with the Arizona branch closing down now closing down. Excuse me but we filing for bankruptcy. Doesn't that's not a good thing. I think it's GonNa be more of a struggle for them and I don't know if that means just that's going to result in having less staff to serve people or cutting some of their things that made them so good in the first place you know in order to stay open. I'm not sure I think it's GonNa but I think you're going to have big chains. They suffer even more than draft house. Right now yeah yeah. I'm curious to see what happens with this two men because I think people are trying to put measures in place and put plans. They're not they're not helping. I don't know if that's GONNA work. I don't think you're GONNA enough people to justify being open like you said there's no movies coming out. I mean even the big Mussa coming out. I still think you're going to have people going to be like all right. The people that are going to go not going to be enough to make you a big profit understand Chris Christmas. I don't I don't give a fuck released this move. He's he's about the theater experience. Yeah that's it. That's it man wants to move. He's done at the theater. He doesn't even moving more. Like I don't know I I D- Baptist shoot banish shoot. Tv Land. Yeah. How do you feel about this chat? You'd think theories are in trouble. You'd think they'd is coming back now. I want you to put your your personal feelings aside because some people really do want to go back to the theater and I understand that but how do you feel what what? What do you think is going to be the future of theaters? You think people are going back. You have any ideas. Hey maybe you gotta solution Look at this Alamo Rem. I remember doing that with a draft. Let's see what people saying? Everyone see black widow but the thing again the thing is is like yeah people see but you'd have a limited amount of people in each screening. Dc that so does that still justify keeping those open. Somebody say they'll probably be a reduction in theaters y'all yeah Yep Yes theaters are in trouble now. Vod Is the best Streaming does this weekend look. We're GONNA have a review scoop tomorrow. But that thing killed on his first day now. I'm curious about the ever. GonNa have the same kind of trust wonder. How CAPONE DID. That's number two how `bout drive in theaters coming back. You know something to read some of these comments and I'm going to address that I doubt they're going to be gone just like snap like that but yeah you never know. I'm honestly a little scared. Who's at Freak? Who LOVES THEATERS? You know names film freak. I actually really enjoyed scuba Oh this review right here. I don't like the modern day jokes and references but half on watching it so you know somebody watches them. Vod Have Fun with Let me see here unless we get a vaccine tomorrow. Only specialty only specially retro wanted it for social distracting theaters will survive natural. He's trying to say Let's see here. I'm not sure trying to see the movie theaters who This is Lawn laser movie theaters are going to need government assistance in order to survive this pandemic already looking for assistance though. Because it's been a while. Yeah they've been asking for like a bailout. Amc AMC was the first one. I think there are some. They're going to suffer the most. Yeah bigger chains Let me see here dark. Like gaming says there's a driving through theater and mississippians booming. Yep Yep Yeah man the one movie that everyone will go and see and we'll go to the black widow. I'm telling you Chris and core I'm not I'm not doubting it but I don't think it would go the thing is it's the measures that are put in place upon theaters right now to have the limited and I don't think people are gonNA rush out to see black middle to be honest with you. I don't think it's going to be any film that we're GONNA rush out to see eye to be. I think people will try to see it probably more than other movies but I don't I don't think people don't show up in droves. I think people don't start to realize like I could go see that but I got so much at home to watch. I'm spending less. That's the thing I've noticed though. Living in the pandemic is I'm spending far less money than I usually do. Nice I didn't listen. I you know I got capone for ten blocks and the thing is if I had. I Gone With theater like I didn't like the movie but had I gone to a theater I would've got drinks. I would've gotten food. We've got all this things on top of this and you know I've been pay probably that that instead of paying the ticket price paid like thirty or forty bucks just for that day paying ten so but I did pull up his image when I was preparing today because drive ins are thriving right now now. I don't know how that's going to be winning. It's crazy yeah no I was coming back man. That's the biggest thing in the fifties and sixties. Now they went away and now they're another back. You never know man. That's why you you never say. Never again he's like anything. You never know his mom and pop places. Yeah those visit. Yeah exactly man. Compli were shutdown. Run out of business a long time ago. A lot of people say because of the of the of home viewing. Yeah you know. I'm an this is coming back man in these things and making a crazy profit right now don't have is going to do for things like the wintertime and stuff like that. But I'll that's true. Yeah but for as far as summertime goes. These things are doing amazing man. Yeah Man Vigil Redemption Says. I'll eat bats pretended maybe it was a middle man. He's GonNa get grown. I'm gonNA get Corona Bro. Even those backs watch my tenure. I've been planning this for two months. Bro Yeah Man. So my said. He's our risk corona photonic. Hey man well they count on people like you near. You're the movie goer. Christopher Nolan loved one. That would die for his movies right. Say We got here so you talk about old things coming back. Here are some things that just never left. This game is always on the top of some chart booze game. I got a lot of years. Seven GODDAMN YEARS. The man nobody even worried about. Gte Six still playing this right here. Vice Shiva crank in this area go through Trevor Dilip Enterprise. Day eight offering bind signed the contract right. Just ignore the bodies travers. Great character is always like them. Because I think he he's. He's a psychopath. Some people yeah. You know the scene where like almost as opposed to fill about this. I think I went into a house and murdered a woman guy. The couple the couple. Yeah you've been torturing the guy the entire time like taking him on your fucking and you mean you don't see it but it's kill them. Yeah Yeah you killed him in a girl tune cheeses. Well the he's lovable. Ms Mann Underwear Jones Robin around crystal meth their by laws as lovable world. Five so much that they broke epic games. Man are the of the epic? Gema servers the free download for epic. Yeah the free download man people. You can still get this game so if you haven't heard already. I think that this was the only going to be for an extended time that you could get this limited time but you can get. Gte FIVE FROM EPIC Game Store Up until May twenty first. So if you don't have the game you go get it now. I'm thinking about downloading this my xbox tonight people you can get on the experts not no. It's not only PC is a PC. Oh that's PC. So he went on to the plane on the PC. I mean people it's funny. You mean my chat. Let's say saying. Are you going to have an epic game store account but they were saying? Hey get one and then download a Five for three. It's like okay may do that now. Five and a wild but that game is consistently in the top ten like NPD like month to month to month because people. I mean not on the story. Line is just so robust but the online world people are obsessed with right now and they keep adding new content. This is what the the highest grossing a game of all time. The Bizet biggest success I believe in people were pissed man people because people thought they weren't gonNA be able to get it because it broke down for a day they crash. They crashed all the servers over there. People can get on and get it so I know what the original day was. It might have been the twenty first. But let's that's why they extended it. Okay so I let people. Now you can go there and get up until may twenty first goal so You have a PC. You WanNa get this game. You don't have it already. You got time. They'll get it now and I wouldn't checked on Epic store today and everything is good. Yeah download the game. So I don't know but I went checked. I was able to get through the Serb I was able to get to the page with the. Gt Five on it. I checked to see if it was still up and yet they don't seem to have any problems right. Now it's interesting. How loving the EPA game store where I know like a year ago people were hating it because they don't WanNA competitor to steam? Because they say I want all my my games that come through this thing when you get a competitor out there and it gets like a lot of exclusive in which that did because that's the moves you gotta pull were so mad but now everyone's like oh now. I can't wait to get games. How the fucking tables have turned every single time. I just don't get that kind of platform. Loyalty it's weird to me but now you know us need to give people just settle the happens. People hated steam back in the day. It was a piece of shit only love it so yeah I think Steve Uses were pissed off. Of course they're yeah. That's a consistent attitude man but Yeah people go and get to May twenty first. Today's what the sixteenth generous amount of time that five days. Man I mean. Don't sit on this if you want to get it down going down. I got a rig at the house man and I'm thinking about him and I don't really use my my desktop all that much. I got a lot of powerful laptops. Man Yeah. I don't use my desktop much for gaming. It's pretty much just my my stream machine for like obese and have their my chats up and everything but I gotTa do more. Pc game. Before I had this is my xbox one. Yeah so I might. I might download on a desktop habit. Free and who knows? I mean because it's still poplar when people playing online popular and shit as I got nothing else to do corona and kill people. People perform grand theft dot. Org exactly exactly man. May twenty-first so go get it at game store is up and running no crashes anymore You should have plenty of time After that then that's all you beyond getting But here's a little something here. Let me see so just since we're talking about Getafe Just a little bit of. Gte chair back when back when they working on a little game called. Grand Theft Auto. No one knew about this report on the BBC from back in the day when they're at the company's back in one thousand nine hundred six I can relate to this back in nineteen ninety six when everybody foosball tables and their pool. You know video games and shouldn't cabinets. Yeah Yeah like this right here. Yeah The nineties nineties as fuck man. I remember that. Yeah Yeah. This is a news report man. Nobody really knew a grand theft auto. Was You know? But it was on his way. But it's about to hit the world and change it forever Adrian. This may not look like the office of a major computer company. Doesn't rely anybody's office does it? But it is in fact the relax he those close a bag is this. That was a thousand style in the ninety s no baggy like shirts and ties like everything looked like it was ill. That's why trump looks the way he does still sucking in the Goddamn guys know shape at all man. Yeah Damn he looks like a wet paper. Segue into got most shoulders. He ain't got no hips offer him. He just melting him. His mom says. Don't worry honey you'll grow in a you could put a air hose and they had no shape fucking rubber band on each area of a very relaxed company and they are in their lunch asa. They're allowed to spare time. This is DNA designed in Dundee. They make computer games. There only started in one thousand nine hundred seven hundred for the Timex up the road and they've grown very rapidly in the last couple of years on the back of the success of a game called lemmings now working hard on a whole lot of other games. They've got over one hundred people here that talking of opening up in America. Let's have a look at what goes on behind these screens. Now we'll have people in transition. I love this behind these screens. Now all people inherit social distance hopeful new blockbuster. It's a game grand theft auto. It's got to be finished by the end of juicy. Not Pretty hard working here. It's a car chase through the streets of a fix news choice. 'cause it's like a racing game now that Roy chasing cars. It's all about a car. Chase American city here is some of the maps they've be working on and Dave here is one of the software designers. He's trying to fuck away from me. I don't know what this is a nineties for nine designs. Yeah Yeah Yeah. I think I had this. He don't give. I WANNA play my game. Lawful just explain the point of the game and mentioned placed driving game basically driving say stealing cows What you what else wanted to interview like game developers they get a guy to represent the company you know they just make the game playing game. I haven't found parent talking to plan a game do you what I'm saying? Distracted do dishes take out the garbage and they've been doing this for decades and the same like pretty tame after police say the Canadian common. Thirty years we'll see what we can do. We can take any one. No See Pretty Tame rip the motherfucker out his car basic come movement and also they came right here. I'm going to kill a prostitute. Sex were first and then get my money back in the mirror. Basically it's the the cost to look good and run fast. People want them and making them look like a real klay within the streets. You coming up against the deadline. Now what's What's the working pattern here like? Well when we need say what we got. Elliott things are yeah crunch so for people who had action packed adrenaline gain. This is what was going on the background writing born fun really. That's the way it was not supposed to be on camera. Nah Nah Nah. I love it. I just wanted to find like nineties interviews of businesses and things. Just watch them. And how awkward there somebody saying that Martin Shirt Good Sherman aware that somebody said before the days of crunch they another head crushed on his said. They just kind of the deadline. Things we'RE GONNA. I'm not alone. Were saying names but I know I know people. Cocaine get crunch time and this is back in the nineties. People who worked. Don't fucking kids games anymore? Going on like five anything they will. Cain fueled the makings of those games. Could go behind the scene to see what's going on with these children's games and I'll work done such a good story. Yeah Man I right. Let's take a quick commercial break. Do it. We'll be right back. See where are we This is Clifton love more Clifton. Yeah Clifton Lovemore Man. I love that name. Yeah how many how many. How many hoes have you slept today? Lipton Love wasn't Pinckney. We're GONNA say it. Sounds like a Stephen King character. Witness named Clifton love more what I do for a living I run BITCHES TEETH. Something that you know when you rub your goal to okay got that copper copper Getting just got to say I love you guys and your show makes my day. Thank you thank you so much. That's very nice of you. Thank you for watching really do appreciate it. Thank you thank you Clifton love more. Thank you so much Let's see MC. Get your money by the way bitches. Bit ahead my money Farrand Marin if you down I can jump on skype and talk about. The effects of the pandemic on the festival circuit is something. I'm in the midst of right. Now you WANNA call for on Lou Washer okay. I'm so hungry man or more barbecue yesterday and I was so upset. I forgot the potato sack. You love or smacking on that potato sal. The entire time I was there went back for that. Those Good Patel sailed. Oh that's Great Potato Salad Gallon issue. Let's see here alternate C. E. You start off this from Malaysia rivers. He says with something like the first vendors everyone knew the characters but not quite the backstory's yet so it makes sense to have standalone films before. Yeah to the Justice League. Everyone knows man's origin in Bamiyan origin. Even the flashes so I personally think they should have started with Justice League. Oh you know. What do you think about? No no no no. I'm sorry but minal things people know. Bamut Superman our. We've had so many interpretations before we got to justice. Like I agree with that. Like I'm tired of seeing their origin stories. We know Batmans get shah. Superman burqas plant blew up. But people don't know those other characters people say the flash like do you really know the origin the flash. No I don't think so on the one woman Zam me now. They know but my greenland like people. Just don't know those characters DC never was never made movies about them. Yes they weren't in a pop culture zeitgeist and so it's like no you have to do origin films. All these people the same way they did it for the Marlow care. You know who ironman was or thor or Captain America even Hawk Hulk Honestly Hawks probably the best known among all those characters at the time and now we know them so well because he's got so many movies but no those organs were absolutely necessary so for Justice League. Don't start out with just I just don't think that would have worked curry. Just would have been able to even more confused. Like I'm GonNa see the Batman Superman movie. Tim Provoke other guys. I just yeah. I mean hey. They tried they tried to do that. With Justice League and that didn't work now did it. Do they know this other people were go? Yeah right BECCA commercial break. Let's see got one more thing to talk about. Okay that's okay with you. Allow allow that. You GO PEOPLE PERMISSION. It's been allowed Just got talking about Gte if you got GTE five and you played it to the point where you're sick of it are. Let's just say that I don't know you Mama wouldn't let you play. Gte Five so you try to get by sneaking of the game in house call Mafia. How win catch that worries me like what's GTA stands all it says good times all waste? Things always adds mafia a criminal to Elias. Doing drugs. Yeah People Mafia mafia. I remember playing this game and Lafayette to play the first Mafia play Mafia. To Yeah in three. I played three as well Played some three to finish three finished the finish too. I liked it. Choose the best one gentleman I give you a new friend a fetal SCARLATA one. God said a lot of fun. You'll fuck you picked the wrong guy. Man to spun me Mafia three. I played a little bit of a man. I just went as interested like mafia three. It's like I love the premise. It's really cool. It's like nineteen sixties. A game yeah. Yeah and I mean Louisiana. That's cool location. But the game was so fucking repetitive. Those missions over and what it was. I just yeah I didn't. I didn't finish it but mafia to is the one I like the most stupid because I like the the premises colony or something. Well I liked the guy in mafia but the mafia three this guy was pretty cool. Man Got to traffic in the main character for Mafia. To warn coming back is is like as Lieutenant. Yeah Yeah I like the way they connect a man not knowing the second one first one away. Yep He plays the same character. You had to go kill somebody from the first game to family. I was a lot of cool things going on man but Yeah right I guess that's what it was. It was positive. I just like the aesthetic but yeah does the mission structures were not mean they were bad honestly and so let's too bad. Well if you haven't played into the mafia games you want to catch up on and off the last one didn't interest too much and you want to give it another shot you have as people say this mysterious ts. They came up a Mafia trilogy. Mysterious those fucking mysterious everything. I've done dumb from my family for the last ten years. All I'd done was kill. Kill for my family. I killed any money that got him way. Family you born well. I guess people want because they don't know what this is. That's misbehaved like. Is it just the collection of games? It's a remastered is a remastered bugging putting out on all the councils and they're gonNA be announcing the release status so is nothing added nothing story. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA say I find out the guy that's where the mystery people wondering. They know they're going to do some sort of remastering titles because you see the same characters coming in but are they going to be connecting these even more. Is it GONNA be more story in there? Is it going to be more gameplay? Maybe they come in and fixing some of the criticism people had with like three. Yeah could be that two people wondering what's going to be going on with this and well you don't know that's got right now but we'll soon find out. They almost like they're making trying to make an event with this. Yeah Not Mafia that they say what does it say? The family announced that announcement coming may nineteenth. So no more insured probably cover it a next pit crumbs the Mafia series. It's it's never been like that big marquee kind of franchise. But it's had his very passionate community of fans and they keep making them so they're making a profit and like each iteration has been on one console like Mafia one that was on the PS two X. box immigration mafia to thirsty now with a guy named the three most recently xbox one. Ps Four. So that's pretty cool that they've kind of had that yeah. I really did enjoy mafia to me. Nuts great I liked what you come up in the ranks and stop buying your house and Shit and you know. Buy New cars and stuff. That was cool. Cool how cool into the real cooling on people opinion chat they argue about a about Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin. Who's a sexist? I may not then are but said Mark Kicks Frank. Sinatra's ass as far smoothness goes see. Which does the desk. You know what that's fair that's fair. Thank thing de Martin was a little bit more smooth than A Sinatra's Sinatra. I think because he was more drunkeness drinking all right. 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Thingy almost made in the front yard watching the window. Fucked up product washes. He's GonNa get away. Get this this. That was worth it to somebody. Say is that a vampire besides out Okay I did remember like I thought I did. Awesome awesome man call for Ron Real quick. Oh man it makes me sad. We'll talk about this entire career just on television alone. Nation should do so many shows guest star appearances See Safer on the run. I get hold of you fat on Dot. John held on. Y'All go here here we are. We got bring up the eeps talk. Let me see Janina that Little Bird. Let me see what is it on you. On Dot Sean I think that's the same way John Jeeze. You'd think that there's one point. Go Try this fun you Arjun the fuck you want you there you as Mambo. How's it going? See you looking so professional in that picture. I didn't know that was you man. Yeah good you look you look answer right now man so people Farrah. We met Farrand in Toronto. We did our show. That's right and Farrand. He's working on a movie and we talked about as move before you show me some of the stuff that you had done it short clip from the movie. Yeah Yeah we pulled up says a real that we were doing that time. Very good very well. Shot man to. Yeah did you show my wife? And she's very interested in seeing this man but you had your well first of all. Can we see some of this as a real? Is that not able for public? I we took it down publicly but I can pull it up off. Let's see filmmaker man fall. You filmmakers out there. Look at what. He's what he's done with this film. Man. It's really good. Yeah I appreciate it man. Thank you thank you so much in. We'll look a little bit of it if he can pull it up but he had his his whole a plan for this on the festival route and now festivals aren't doing sorry in addition to the two theaters. You have to consider you know to hear. It is affected southbound. So it makes sense you. Just send me a link. Yeah let me see here there. We go there's this is a real rate here. Take the full full frame and let's go and watch some of this these days. There are two kinds of Iranian emigrants those who came before the revolution and does who came after thereof Aleutian this story after their children after addition and assimilation of expectations in a family. In love. Question one if you could host any dinner guest alive or dead. Who would you Costa and Japan who the Prophet was? What's a random quirky so that people might not know this liberty l? I only small size forks dinner ones but like the tiny ones. They fit my hand butter for what in your life. Remorse most grateful simmer parents coming here. The slight I mean the lottery without buying a ticket crystal ball could tell you anything about your life in the future. Probably what my life would be like at thirty five? Am Job I have. I'm successful if I actually come what I WANNA become and if my parents are okay how we can bring to audiences everywhere peek into a word of lively music. Intricate takes times in rent colors. Once upon a time in Taranto you know a lot of people talking about how well shot this man and it does look. This looks at Scimitar. That's I thought is. My wife is seen as it looks. What'd you shoot? We shot over the red epic AMAC's so a few years old but it's still came to hold up right. It does very very clear. It's funny how people talk about the changing a technology with these cameras. But they you know these always I mean dillard last a long time still great. So how's this affecting you man? The THE CORONA WITH FESTIVALS. Everytime have any conversation with my producer. It always comes back to the same thing of If it ends up being digital only like once we get to the fall. Are we going to release the film or not because you only get one first feature right? Yep So we're kind of trying to figure out what's going on because tiff is in September so right now about fifty fifty and they're planning for both scenarios they're planning for digital festival and for in person they haven't fully committed one way or the other and then the next one after that would be sundance in early twenty twenty one so we're trying to figure out if we want. WanNa go for tips for Sundance and the reality is like we have a way bigger chances getting into tiff because it's a local film sundance like it's a risk pushing beaches. Samarra an American market. You have way more competing local talent so that's kind of kind of what we're all worried about right now. Yeah so the thing with show some as well speaking. So people can see the excellent cinematography. You have going on with this so I mean you plan on Sundance. But he thinks sundance will actually be open or by the time. Now you know that comes around actually like Sundance's more likely just because it's it's early next year also I feel like the political climate in the states is a little different so I feel like people are a little more a little more anxious to open up than in Canada so I guess we'll see and then the next one doctor because full disclosure we can get into one of the top five film festivals in the world excluding tip. Then we get we end up getting a check for five times our budget for this one. Next one from the people who funded this. Yeah Yeah Miss. So what kind of the worry? Yeah well so I mean be naked. Back is against the wall right now with this whole thing. What's the plan what? What's the? What's the thing? You'd think that you are going to have to do so. There's pros and cons to either showing it out digital or at a or not showing it The pros being that. There's less competition right now. because no one's finishing their movies. No one wants to release the middle and then the other tro is that the more people are going to be able to watch it the CON. Being that you're losing out on a lot of networking opportunities especially as like. I'm a part of the directors guild but I'm not represented by management or an agent or anything so going into a festival. Physically is great for me because you have manager is an agents and stuff there so we're still fifty fifty on which one we WANNA do. We need to figure out which really want to go with but for now. We're we're submitting to tiff at the end of the month and then we'll find out in the summer what they decide before we make a final decision. Yeah couldn't do A. I mean the whole goal is to be able to make another film. I mean if you put this in the movie should be able to speak for itself. I mean people should understand the circumstances. I mean it's gorgeous. You have a great story. That's going to work in his benefit. Too I mean if you can just use this as a calling card. I mean even if you don't recoup everything that you thought you would your plans. Don't go like you thought they would definitely means. You can't make another film. I mean people just want to see you have a finished. A good finished product right. Yeah well it's the same over here. It might be a little different in the states but the same over here is. It's it's very hard to make A. I feel it's even harder to make a second bill because there's a lot of funds here that are available for first time filmmakers. But once like there's there's nothing here for a second time filmmakers like if you have like three or four under your belt you're good you can walk into as long as they're good. You can walk into a studio and be like. Hey this is what I WANNA do. And then they'll either take it or not but If you only have one film you need to make sure that it splashes worry right now. Yeah Man Jesus sorry you're stuck in such bad positioning is it. A heavy investment in all of this is going to happen corona throws everything off. You got any questions for. I mean when we think if you are going to release this movie when will to potentially be available for people to see for people to see outside of the festival circuit? Yeah Yeah I think are playing right now is fall. Twenty twenty one. It'll be it should be available for free digital distribution and. I think that we're like midsummer next year. I think we could potentially do like Limited theatrical run but again this is all dependent on US getting into TIFF. Gif Or if we do get an. We decided to hold off than everything at shifted. Yeah Yeah Man. Jesus Farrand worked really hard on his man. You know you've told me several times because he's calling me up at the process and every train it's been it's been gone awful while I really do. Hope the hope the for anything that you can tell anybody out there that could help with the film Al promoted or some promoted anything. Well not quite yet right now. We're just kind of in limbo is. We're trying to send it into the festivals. We're like two weeks away from sending it in but one side wants. We'll be making like once we sent it in our next phase is building the website trailers and Promo picks and all of that so that we can start to generate interest over the summer. But for now we're in limbo and honestly. I appreciate your kind words both of you and the words from the chat like it's really reassuring to hear this stuff because when you're doing it like nonstop for two years you get desensitized this things and you doubt yourself constantly. Yeah Man I mean when you show it to me. The first time like I told you I was. I was pretty blown away. How Great Look Come on man? You know. I'm not look I'm not GonNa Bullshit you for run is literally people show a stuff all the time and I'll tell them not looks good. You know those quick look professional. It's like it's like. Hey this is a film that that should be out by next week by the way it looks just expect out you that the it just looks of. Quality Yeah not recipe. Until he looked know. I like it. It probably work here and there. I'll tell them like You know if you'll be able to get to certain festivals but you know you made a great effort man. This is cool enough that thank you showed promise not a look at this and I'm like what are you talking about? You should be working and bill. Yes yeah appreciate it. Thank you. Don't understand man. Filmmaking is a hard thing man it's break into and then to do it afterwards consistently do today who just tranquil just to that right now and that expose and how he struggled like after I mean what would getting chronicle would then eventually get in the antastic four and then all that interim period between capone. It's crazy still can get done. Can't and he's still like living PATEX. Check one other quick thing I was going to. Mention is even the process of making films. Right now is really weird because like we're in post production so if you want to do something like eighty are were you lupin lines in post. We're having to put together kits. Where both on film and my day job we have to put together. Kits where we take microphones and like different is devices and software and everything you put in a box you send it to the actors then. They have to bring it in white down the box. Wait forty eight hours before they can open it all this stuff and then same things with now. Imagine the colorist. The composer like all these different people how you can work in post but it's just so post is become a lot harder because everything has the they now. They have a process to have to go in and make sure that they disinfect. Everything and makes you say this long. I know you can't disinfect. The gear itself. You could get so you have to put it in a box disinfect. The box waited and then well man. I'M NOT REALLY. I'm sorry that hit but hey let's let's look at it this way so you get through this period you get this move into position where you needed to be thinking might make the next time you make a lot easier fill out. He's under percent man. He goes sure. I'm going to really gonNA count the blessings if I get the funding per second film Yeah Man I. I look forward to a day where I can. I can work with my crew like in the same room Yeah Yeah I hope so. Too Man Wow. I thought this was interesting. Talk about this because there are so many areas where corona has affected things and you talk about the effect theaters and how they make moves and whatnot but you don't you hardly ever hear how it affects filmmakers that the process itself. No no thank you for providing a lot of context man. That's very interesting. Yeah I gotta get their website. Man People asking about a website right now. We'll get it up. We have the domain we just. We haven't built. We were told by like our marketing experts. That we've hired that way until you've picture locked so when you're done editing Dan you can actually start to. Because then you're you're leading up to like five six months into the movie coming out. That's a good time to build up hype because with indie films. You don't want to build a pipe too soon because then by the time you're movie comes out you want people to remember it. It's different with movie star wars because you can hype it like five years in advance and people are still going to be hike. Yeah can't do that with an Indie feel better by a question. Please let me know. Put them in the chat but one person has a question for you for honest to two beers. Mock wants to know yeah yeah to barriers. He says man. Do you have a patron something similar? That can be used to help you out We don't have a Patriot but what we do. We had an indigo campaign. If but if you send an email to contact Nova nine pictures DOT com. So it's the number nine. If you want to be to the to the film you totally can still a little short. We're still trying to raise a little bit more. But yeah if you if you guys want to want to send something over sending email to that email and my producer. Can King coordinate with you guys on on how to make that happen? It is because it's a movie and it's an Indie project. It's technically an art project. All that stuff's tax deductible anyway. Okay Sam the man's wants to know. How long did it take you to shoot this? We shot it over the course of four months but it was only twenty days of shooting kind of scattered throughout the four months four months. That's good. That's actually schedule Let's see here film. Freak Freak wants to know is your goal to become a quote unquote big time director. A filmmaker Just keep it indy. Honestly Mad I would love to go big time eventually like school. I'LL BE K- all but what you guys right now. I'm my ultimate goal would be not because I feel like I want to put a ceiling for myself but would be awesome is with all these new like star shows that are coming out and like these marvel shows that are coming out. There's GonNa be a point where they're going to have so much content for their Disney shows that they're going to be going to India directors the same way that they were they were going to need directors early on the films and I would love to get my hands on something star wars even if it was like one episode of some Weird spinoff show whatever star wars. What made me get into filmmaking favorite? If you direct something can you not bring in any of the characters that we've already seen just do some do some? Just do it despite the pitch that I wanNA to do for Star Wars Star Wars movie or show. What is it would be a buddy cop movie where you have honestly my dream casting would be you get Jackie Chan to play like an old Jedi master. And he's like he's like no one really cares about and you said this like a thousand years before the other star wars movie so it's completely unrelated and you. Gresh you linked him up with With like a really inexperienced shed. I Pat Oahu super by the book and Super Keen. And they the councils like fuck at this guy away from us so they pair them up with Jackie Chan. Who's like wash up jedi master? Who was like a drunken like a big SLOB? He's like the equivalent up like a Jedi crossing guard. Kind of what he does so they pair the two of them up. And then somehow these two these two Djeddai they end up. Finding a giant can criminal conspiracy. That's going on in. The streets occurs on you. Follow that He. I think that that would be great. Just Star Wars Buddy cop movie set thousand years before the other ones. Okay what I wrote all this shit down. Thank you sounds good. Now you'll be able to do anything with this one thing for for the Chattanooga Correy's got lots of awesome ideas so whenever he he talks about great movies. Tv shows beyond his ass about about pushing his stuff out there. Because I know you have great ideas corey. I've seen him. I gotta get paid man. I'll work at a super counted. I'll bet thank you so you with this know you are too and I want to let you not in dropped thing that we're talking about I. I like it takes to develop things. Yeah I had to go through in short net script man. It's too long. I got some feedback from people. People like including yourself. You gave me some good feedback but I got. I really have to go in and shorten Edmund for a little bit but yeah no but hey man is all about you. You a great. The film is it. Looks Awesome. Man Filmmaking is so hard even Ju Ju Julian Julian Greens like of course. He asked a very Julian question. Course man listen to this. What bill making cost so much question a made it so true. Yeah anything as soon as you put the film on it. You add is zero at the end of the price thing as you add a film stupid. Yeah no it's for one. The the equipment is hard is very expensive to rent in the people of the people you have to pay for expenses that come up. I mean you can get you know what you make of your film your budgets. What you make of it if you can creative and get out of cheap budget then that's fine but a lot of times. It's just a lot of stuff you have to pay for that. You're not gonNA avoid yet to pay for you. Have to pay for the camera equipment. You know you probably have to pay some locations. You had to pay for processing and other coming software that being said. Do you know what the budget on on this film one. Oh No if you if you had to wager. Guess Okay since you said that man. I'm going to worry about sixty thousand short right now from finishing it for just for like sixty thousands okay. I'm going to say that your movie caused in because you said because I would think I would have thought it costs more because at this point four hundred and forty thousand dollars okay choosing you gotTa Guess. I'll go a little lower so I'm going to say it. Cost One hundred sixty thousand and the price is right all right though. Canadian money once all of a sudden done eating. We're looking at me through the math. Really Quick Hundred. Twenty five thousand close only run up a little bit. You good man. I feel so far. We've we shot this on. About Ninety thousand shot gotten up to here with about ninety thousand dollars how. That's amazing men Ninety Thousand Dollars Seriously Man People. Let me show you this again. Look at this nine thousand dollars the fuck did you shoot this on. Bought a lot of favors. Lotta people working. Everyone got paid R. P. As we're volunteer but for the most part it's gotTA. Oh that's amazing mets. That's really good. That's incredible not man. I maybe need to put some sort of crowdfunding out. There are like my man said a Patriot Fan. You know to get something for this. I mean you know Uh. I'm impressed with this budget. And Ninety thousand. What'd you say? Sixty thousand six thousand is not cheap of course but you know if you do something on a an Indie Gogo go fund me US up. You could probably get good out. They can chip away at that budget that you need but we did and we ended up getting another seven thousand so we were originally short about seventy and then within the Gogo and a little bit of funds from here and there. We raised another ten grand. So now we're only short sixty sixty something that we can take it to different distributors and stuff and be like. Hey there's our movie it's done watch it. We're trying to get an tiff and they'll be like all right. Here's a check for sixty thousand so you can finish paying your colorist and your composer and you need to go to. Somebody said this isn't a chat. And right you need to go talk to Bloom House. I'm out amazing. The reality is there's so many like indie filmmakers out there. It's it's there's a lot of competition I have to tell you. Man Like watching. I'm not saying I'm not saying the same day or anything but I'm getting a bit of a cultural angle dealing with Iranians living in Canada. I kind of felt some elements of the farewell. Basically it's a Chinese mood to America and they're going back see. This is kind of the sense I got just like and look that. Chetty said asylum picture. Hire this man man you wonder. Yeah there's the love you man. If you guys think it can happen. Period tweeted them. And I'll gladly take it like. That's that's why I need a manager agent and why a film festival is so important in a first time feature filmmaker sorry mad about this disruption but they look. You worked smart. It looks like you've made the Ned a good movie. That looks like a good move seen. I can't tell you where there's not but I'M GONNA LISTEN TO. The fashion looks by the looks. It looks and what little I saw. Here in your sizzle reel it. Looks like the story is very good definite. Shot very well yeah. I think that you're gonNA be like you'd be good man Well Farrand brothers. Always good talking to you. Man Likewise likewise. Yeah see man. I appreciate that I got. How what my you know. My wife and I were talking about trying to get her to Toronto. Our Love Toronto. Man We would she would like is a lot. Yeah I got a variety I gotta tell you guys. It was hard. It was fun hanging around to run around him a couple of days when we were in Toronto. We did a show in Toronto and I had a great time hanging out with it was a lot of man. I appreciate it anytime you if the two you wanNA come you know like whatever you guys come take my place. I'll go stay with my cousin a Mikasa. Thank you and I still have a box of of A. that's right. You've got your box. I don't whole to go to Toronto in because we were we talking about acid man. We got to get you to run to Toronto. You're GONNA love it. And so we try to make a trip to Toronto Retro we went to Japan Right. And then you should happen. I did tell her I said I got some shit over there. It's funny man. We hung out. He was the last person hung out with before we left hanging out. What's his name? House Drinking Beers and shit that night. Oh Yeah I forgot the patio. Great Time but Ron thank you brother and we'll talk soon in there. Of course all right thanks for calling bye bye bye this get off shit but you know it didn't look good. Yeah you look great. Great minutes it. S A rough thing to do because I can tell you. That's a life commitment making films and I new. We have no downtime. Do on the weekdays and weekends sessile disruption like that. That's that's heartbreaking man. We're GONNA do a commercial break and they want to read the email and after that Wanna be gone and gone away. Good talking to you very. Yeah Very Nice Guy Folks before I let you go. They'll let you know thanks to you. We are very very close to our goal of twenty five hundred subs very close very close No the space jam. That was for different plan. Hey Mike come back into play but we have a goal of hidden two thousand five hundred subscribers before the end of May. We might get there good. I was I I just said well well you know whatever happens. It looks like it's not going to happen. They stuck doing this for let me go. You pull man let me go. So we have a twelve hour stream coming up on the twenty ninth of May. I think I'll be able to elaborate more on that tomorrow. Get graphic made and get a schedule on semi may content everything. We had a meeting this week about that. So twelve hours to get to that twenty. Five twelve hour stream to get that twenty five hundred Subscribe account it's going to be big twelve party stream Jack box games in fact. Somebody helped me out today with those. Who Was it? Somebody sent me some stuff today. George George an Weenie Guy. I didn't mean Yeah Georgia Guy. Yeah guys all right. He helped me some stuff. Let me playing games going to be doing karaoke. Be telling me stories Gotten guests to come in. Probably come through hang on to stop by sale. Poppy hit in real quick high Let me see wife is introducing something new this you want a Lotta stuff a lot of stuff that day people going to be. I think we're going to be doing it at the house. Although the more I think about it one thing about doing it here. I don't know why most base more space and you know would be tolerated. Twelve hour stream. She would she because she wants to be part of it. Okay so I think I'm GonNa do it at the house. Okay but yeah people should be a Lotta Fun fun so We'll see you guys at twelve or stream but we'll see you definitely before then tomorrow. You Uh maybe doing some give away those so all right folks stuff and is it. Is it everybody so We're GONNA take play the idea of got it okay. The just pressed it auto I did. We can answer one more question. Meaning we GONNA ask the male Let's see here so I still wanNA promote discord. Have Carlos telling me to do that. This court has been even more integrated with twitch. Yeah they have a way of making tears now. You really get like you add a tier where people could be in that tier. You get access to discord interesting. Yes keeping up with things. Good twitch mom. She always comes in and she says I am so impressed with what you keep how you could you studious when it comes to all of this shit since. I've been worrying studious see here. Discord is great project box. Yes got them. Hungry eat barbecue and you get and get that Potato Salad Man. Starting the car. Yeah Man I gotta go get some potatoes out. I'm so hungry man. I don't like going into businesses though I really hate to do curbside to curbside angle and get some more barbecue. Yeah there you go perfect. Go get some more barbecue there for you. Go get some chicken today. All the chicken one chicken was good. I'm just making stuff up grumbling. Somebody said stream date would have been all. Let me see here okay. I guess it's not bad. Somebody said the stream date would have been the day of my wedding. I I thought. Oh Shit ran out on. You would have been. Yeah I'll see here. The chat. Maybe Corona they delayed edgy. Forty One says Yeah Ryan Watson once you see this Murphy. I'm good okay. I don't know why driver play tomorrow. I'm hungry I gotta get out of him Trying to see if we have any more Chad you gotta think force before we go. I'M GONNA start saying goodbye. We go and put up some if you have something for us. That's not smart related. We come the SMURFS for. Let's see wants the pandemic dies? You'll need to come to Nashville. I think so national pride there are plays. I WANNA do small shows. I know that there's some places we go that we probably won't get like two three hundred people. We get the Tennessee Nashville Tennessee. I mean we could probably but because I've been a Tennessee. I don't mind doing a small show for like one hundred. 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Episode #1403: The New Phil Hendrie Show

The World of Phil Hendrie

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Episode #1403: The New Phil Hendrie Show

"Can we stay home tonight? Try something new. All the show. Hello this general given shots issues tash loaf. Low fan me you and Hannah scene featuring Lil Wayne, what sounds to me to be four year old. I don't think that's why I think that the female, although she does decidedly very efficient. We walk into a show fill every show Thursday. You were talking about paying bills. I thought it might be interesting to start off the program. Films wants to do. I don't think he does. I don't think you were prepared because you're talking on those e excuse me, feel sometimes a lot of the things you talk about it. I know that I I think I speak for everyone here. You're not beat for me. I think there's Jerry speak. You're right about it. Mr. Henry speak. Good about what hold on. I was talking here before the show started about the fact that there are a number of people. I think look I think general there's a lot of people online who get into trouble for things they say, you know, that. Well, a lot of people online everybody that on the internet. Yeah. In other words, what I'm saying is what do you what are you single out for general? We think sometimes your federal by I'm not befuddled by anything. The only thing I'm befuddled by thank you. I had owned by belch on the only way that whole Christ. What did you eat again? Took a window. I had it was a Caesar salad. So go ahead. And you don't want park that one on your rear end general that was that was that a Caesar salad gonna make a big deal out of that with a gut him excuse, my French folks, but the garlic on that alone, the garlic on that alone could kill all gimme a break. I've known Caesar salads. And when I say, I've known Caesar salads. I mean, I love Caesar sounded so much that I almost feel as if I know it, you know, please, everyone just all right? I'll say I feel as if I know at Biblically only Biblically what? Biblically. What are you talking about putting it at all? What do you do you stick it in a Roman head or something? How dare you? All right. Hold on. You know, it Biblically. I'm just saying I love Caesar salad so much. I would I would I want to put myself into it. You know, live in it. I want to wonder around in a giant croutons nibble on forget it. Yeah. This one's laughing sophisticated effort. Okay. Well, I don't blame him for laughing nipple on the crew and one of them. I'll tell you what I'm nibble to with the two of you shut your mouth before. I get violent, and I don't care, and yes, I am wearing underwear say that because if I've got to put my leg up on this death at your clock about you don't have to put your leg up on any desk. It's not gonna happen. Well, how else am I going to vote across this table? You're not gonna vote across the table market that everyone realizes that. You wanna someday rip Dickman head off and stick it on a spike in front of the tower of the of the London figure figuratively. You know, what I think the generals? Right. You wanna kill it kid? I I wanna teach that brat lesson now, buddy. I've been your mother I would have slapped her face every day on schedule regularly would have been one two one two. That's it. And you know that that lesson would take today. You would be a well mannered young man, if you just had your face slapped repeatedly, and and very briskly do that to the del Monaco. Oh, I tell him to wonder hold on for a minute. I figure part polar. Are you telling me that as a course of action? General don't get you talk about getting between a dog. And I gotta agree with general you saying that you everyday just by a pure practice. Your smacking the del Monaco. Yeah. That could be seen as a as a law. Wait. What are you? What is this? Anyway, some kind of frame up you're saying that you spent the Domonkos face crisply briskly each and every day. Yes, I smacked the del Monaco's face. Of course, I do. And then he's allowed to slap Bine. Frank slaps my face. I slap his. What French slips that what kind of one of freaks? You know, something this is called a discipline. That is very very well rooted in the compound tradit, what is what is wrong with you people. Go component doc about martial art. Exactly right there. Give them a cigar. The Kung Pao tradit- Powell is Chinese food. You are. Oh, my did. You get a load of that. What a moron whatever fills, right? Come powers Chinese. It's the kind of Chinese food what with the peanuts and everything, you know, you say the kind of Chinese food what with the peanuts and everything like you've seen those peanuts going in and coming out forget it. Wait a minute. No, forget it. All right. Let's take a break here because got. Got a lot. We got to do here. Advantage filling show dot com will be right back. We above big in with traffic. Done mixed. I gotta be joining us again from the university of Washington, and we are going to be talking with mixup about the well, the motivation of students, the disciplining of the mind these days, and we're living in a day and age people just don't really get it. I mean, I think the world is moving so fast that we have people unaware really of of the world that they are waltzing out into all of that Moorhead here on the world famous Villanova Joan. You guys really happy off. If you think for one minute, I'm going to stand here. Let you interrogate me you're on the air. You guys. To bake, ladies and gentleman. I did. No. I was on. I didn't know I was on the that's what I want to say that finesse the del Rio never mind. Okay. Here's bacon. And we got traffic for you here on the world famous villain reshow, Bob. How's it looking out there? Let me tell you. Let me tell you. I grab a carburetor grad Kona got I've got down now. But I'll tell you round here by freeway downstream going up Gerber at the Gerber food. Vine got out the birth and the baby Birkin fill out of a truck and move run over by couple of cars down. There's Gooby slow going this forty the green line if you're heading on the downtown the on going is not going out. A I let's be anybody left and lose if you're not going to Los Angeles both people leaving and traffic. Hi, this is Terry Munson. And I'm a fill Henry show backstage pass scribe or. I like it, and I have an all excess pass that means I get to see the videos, and I'll also get to see the audios. And also guess what else? I get to do. I can go on chat to Phil's going to be on a chat on Friday night. I'm going to do it. Do it fills going to be on a chat on Friday night? See what you did. And do anything. Let him do it. But Phil's going to be on a chat on Friday night at nine o'clock. And guess what? I get I get to be on that one because I have an all access pass. You can't be on chat with Phil unless you have the all excess passed so you better do it. That's the Phil Hendrie show website. And that's for all access pass. Or I mean. Yeah. All excess pass that you get to have. God bless her little heart is just on telling you mostly gore was magnificent and the song she sang. I don't think any young woman captured quite as briskly and crisp. Here we go again with the brisk, and Chris I like things Bris, and I like things Chris and that Frank slept fish. You know, something general leave it to you to cut a gaseous cloud of stench. I mean, no not. Well, I mean anything Margaret, I think the general is absolutely correct. Where we left off get a lot of you. You can't see feels bug route. What are you all of a sudden father of the bride? I'm here to tell you that Lesley gore was a crisp and brisk singer. All right. So she was Crispin British. What's that got to do with clipping you across the kisser? And then the Dell moon, Akot, whatever's name is del Monaco. All right. The del Monaco, slapping, what the hell is going on at that house. Anyway, you wanna talk to the del Monaco. The I will allow my son on the or not how dare you thirty Margaret. I just suggesting it all right? Go ahead and call. Yes, down Marco you whether you're on the way to school. Are you to Monaco? Are you know? I only kidding. Yeah. Your mom wants to talk to you right now. Donning? It's mommy. How are you? True that I slept across the face. Yeah. Three. Chris Chris brisk slaps across the basement. I do the same to you. And dad slap you an ice left dad, and then useless dad, and I'll see who's at Lee, then you get to slap dead. Yeah. The nice left add across the pace. Now, what is the point of all this? Well, it's a compound martial art. It's something that we were taught mom and dad, and I we went on to China on a trip like the time. You said you went Mr. Henry only when we went there was more first class hotels, and you got the drive a car the time that we went what do you mean the time that you went there were first class hotels? Don't be disrespectful because we went to China at a time when they had far more first class combinations. Then when you went with your sleeping bag in your bicycle and the hotels with the open sewer out in the street. I fill you were there. Phil win. I was there in eighty two. When did you guys go, oh, we went to China three years ago? And it was just. Four started in my middle school. That's right, Honey. And we learned this Phil from a a month among them. What was it called Honey their school monastery? That's right. It's a it's a Moncton moments. Monastery buddhism's. I don't know what it's called your son seems to have a better grasp on this the del Monaco. I mean, you can call me. No, he'll tell you the the del Monaco. Okay. Yeah. The Domenico when you went to China, and you took this martial arts class. What was this? It was called. Okay. Well, then what is coming or that? We've intended you. That's for the peanuts. You're nibbling vet the nibbling the peanuts. God, dammit. Margaret where you're going to probably walking out dad did the same thing. They're ninety t- goes. Hey, didn't we learn how to do compound China? And my dad said, you're nibbling the peanuts. I have none of that Harvard. You're the one that braided up. No, you said no, this is let me fill this fair getting upset for Margaret. You're the one that causes this confusion when you call a come Powell to other night dinner table, and that's one dad plant you cross the face, and then you backhanded me, and then I back do member and that and that clarified clarified everything about it. When I remember your father doing is slipping the across the face because I said didn't we learn Kung Pao, and he Beck handed me. And then you clicked me, and then I caught you with the left. It's right. And I said it's called kung FU dirty old bag remember, oh my God. Yes. We'll we'll we'll wait a minute. What do you mean? Did this? You dirty old bag? That's part of the Mr.. Hold on. I've I've known a great many Chinese martial artist. General what did you show this knocking in light it? Okay. I mean smoke that thing or or or put it on your foot. But please don't make it be in the way of the words that out of your mouth the go into my air. But the hill is famous and kiddo. Come right over to that house? You talk about getting left across the years and bucks over the face and have. She's up telling you, Mr. Henry, I can have. What did you say you're going to do to my son, everybody, just hang on for a minute. Where are you by the way, del Monaco, Monica? Where are you by the way, del Monaco? Right now, I'm standing in for school bells about ring. We're gonna go first period. Oh now, are you? Did you take the note with you? He has a little bit of the jock rash, which is running up the crack of his ass. God damn will. I wanna make sure that you don't do gym class. Built you understand about young men and young women are very sensitive age where they don't need that kind of public display. No, my son better than anyone. I don't want anybody. Knowing about me, having a rash going to crack. Holy. Did you use the F all my God? Margaret, you know, I'm surprised that doesn't use it left. And right, in fact, I him I bet you run across the kisser go f-, and I'd walk out I cut and camp out under a big tree in the front lawn for loud. And pretend I'm miles from home, quite a bad idea. I really thank you for the idea. I mean, do that don't let your kid don't you break up my home? Wait a minute. Doubt. I forget where where are we bud? Let me just check my notes about Domenico slapped across the face. You got slip. She got clipped he got Clinton slapped and come back Jimmy that. Talking about on fishing. That's it. That's exactly the general said that the Kung Pao martial art comes food cold food. God, why are you always good carbon it up? You know? I'm simply trying to get this. It's the kung FU right there six kung FU Kung Pao that's the one you're talking about being given the peanuts out. You said that the martial arts that we learned in China was the same as the news mom. I don't understand Margaret bumble. All right. Look it. I want to let this young man go. Okay. 'cause the conversation the conversation the conversation you hear what I deal with darling. People are pretty pretty recognized from from the lower nose down to ten direct. No question about thank you, very much del Monaco, great talking to you. And I wasn't even allowed to say goodbye to my son of what the hell. Says is that getting out of bucks car? Okay. For a slave camp destroyed to dare you bring up such an image. But hold the phone here. Now, the thing that is you were learning I was in China to I was there in eighty two. I wasn't there three years ago where they had first class accommodations. I'm sorry, Phil. But we did stay at the Ritz. Then that was the written. We stay. I know it was we stayed at the four seasons Ritz. Then we went down to the Ritz or the was it the Ritz Shanghai. Or was it the Shanghai Ritz? And there we went to the four seasons. Great wall. Then we went to the funk pow, I don't know. But those name I can tell you right now. It's comb food at a come food Amaro kung FU forever, there ain't no Kung Pao that we got that. So that's what you messed up. I understand. I messed that up but what I do resent. And I resent this violently is the for the general to say. Grammy was misspoken gonna make a big thing out of it. Of course, a big thing out of it. He said that the martial arts that we learned in China was the same as me getting done on my hands and ease. He'd say that most certainly did. Well, I alluded to it test. And by the way to Margaret mumble, I've been getting cards and letters and cards and let you mean stale mail, well figured it. We speaking we're getting people saying they can't understand a word you're saying all the better, ladies and gentlemen, believe me when I tell you you are much better off much better off not knowing the things that are said, I will simply say this to you. Kung pow is kind of cooking. I know. Yes. I know people know that it has nothing to do there. There are peanuts used, but you don't get knocked that off. I was just talking. He's talking about. Okay. Well, let's great, man. So. About a good looking down. That's exactly right. That's what they used to say about me. Look at Margaret grace. She's so beautiful. I'd never. Varies berries. It'd be the only Fanti I some Sheri's berries. I wouldn't be quite as tense as I am here. The sporting tastes them. I. My love me, some chocolate, you know. You know, this is something I don't I learning Margaret, that's the way people are talking about. It's just a slang thing. What's wrong with that? I don't like the whole. I love me. Some you sound like some Otis cotton picking. I don't know you're sitting at the end of a long rule of cabbage. And you're saying, you know, rather than go on down and pick up those those other cabbages, I think just sit here on my dead cannon play the harmonica. Oh, so you've got something against folk music. Talking about exactly how the early Fook artists of America were discovered sitting on our Dennis is at the end of a cabbage wrote. Well, I I. This guy. Qualifying doubt, begging, you know, that's true. I mean Bill. Yeah. That's so John Lomax discovered. A lot of them. Don't start talking about John Lomax. I know that name John Lomax wasn't. He he was a newsmaker black newsman. Well, no, no, no, no, no, no John Lomax worked for the State Department. I think. State that what is this just listen. This is very interesting. I'm not going to be doing. I'm not going to be do. Kerley. Anthony, Quinn, and requiem for the for the heaviness. What are you talking about dude? Yeah. Henry got a cauliflower mouth. Anyway, John Lomax was a guy that traveled to south with his car and his tape recorder. I think he when he went with his son, and he recorded all of these indigenous original American folk artists, he got his many of them as he possibly could on tape because it was thought by the government at that time. It was thought by the people responsible for collecting the folk art of America. And you know, these are things that if we don't if the government doesn't do it who's going to do it. You see what I'm saying? When people say the government today, we have a Smithsonian today. We have an archive of all of this music that was being played on on banjos and guitars, and all these other places it wasn't getting recorded in recording studios. Even the how Robert Johnson that young folk blues folk blues, you know. Yeah. Folk news, don't get smart. What are you? Dr Johnson the blues artists. Yes. Robert Johnson booze isn't this? How he got started. Yes. Robert Johnson was discovered. I think by I don't know if he was discovered by. John Lomax Robert Johnson was discovered in the Mississippi delta, and he did go to Chicago. There was a session of his music. That was recorded Robert Johnson had a tough life. It was a short life. It wasn't particularly good life. However, he's immortalized than these recordings of courses music lives on among the many recordings that he made or songs wrote one was called the crossroads blues. I'm sure that you know, I, Don what crossroads blues, you guys never heard this on crossroads. I don't do Hugh Robert you're black. I don't know what the hell boss move. What do you mean? I'm blessed. I don't hope never crossroads was a big song. It was the cream. Did it? Oh, creamed in it. How about something this century? You know, get outta here you guys anyway. So that was the music and that was the the them's them's was the times. And that was that's how all that stuff happened. It was quite a so how did we get on this topic? We're talking about we were talking about you're talking about. I was talking. I don't know how we got on. Anyway. Welcome back to the program. World-famous Phil Hendrie show, by the way, by the way, I mentioned at the top of the show with the fan duel commercial, but I got involved in a special competition for today's games, and it has to its competition between disc jockeys talk show personality radio, host type guys and podcast. DJ talk show feel acting like the loon all right, buddy. Talking about Henry, I'm just saying I'm going to competition with other talk show hosts with fan duel today. So I gotta see what the right come in. The last time I checked. I had a pretty good little I think I had a pretty good score. But I'm not exactly sure someone have to by the double check that. All right. It's time to get a guy on here that we haven't talked to in a long long time. And that is Dr Ron Turner duck Ron Turner, who is there a Cloverdale observatory mountain meadow, Colorado, Dr Turner, how long it's been I can't even begin to say, but we're we're very very happy to have you with us. And we're gonna talk about something, that's really kooky. I mean, it's way out there. But I've seen the news stories. I know that you've been looking at it, and that is called rainbow gravity and the possibility that the big bang never existed is that accurate enough. There's no question that that is exactly a lot of scientists are are thinking right now, that's the big bang never existed. But it's certainly further active. We thought it was Dr Turner is with us send you guys who remember Dr Turner from a number of years back. He also is a he's an astronomer buddy has done some Medical Sciences also has a healthy competition with Stephen hawking wooden. You say, I know I I'm feeling so good today. You bring up day, Steven hock is not begging feel good at all. You don't like hunting. You know? Really? Don't like Dr Stephen hawking the reason why I don't like if you want to I can lose eight or not that would be. All right. Go ahead. Why would you want that you go ahead? Please. Why do you want that Margaret I'm hosting the show? All right. I'm so sorry, Vladimir Stalin Putin. But. It was stolen. First thing. Don't care. What do you say? What you don't like hawking? No. I don't like hockey. I never liked hockey. And I never will like hawking. I think it's one thing fell to get sympathy for yourself because you're riding around in your head is sort of tilted in one direction. You've got this excruciating vase and the rest of you is staring at another election. You're on a new fangled Hove around or some kind of three Wheeler very very I would say sophisticated three Wheeler quad. I don't know what he's driving these days. But I can tell you right now, whatever it is Steven hock gets around on. It's not cheap. And I guarantee you this much. He didn't pay for it. There's a very very good chance. The tax payers footing the Bill for what could very well be a multi-million dollar vehicle. It's only got three wheels. I don't wanna get you pissed off. Yeah. Look a Toyota if this is upsetting to you. I pulverize auditory the end the the origin of your your upset with Stephen hawking was this joke. Contest, I wouldn't think the origin. But that was fun when we had the new she -ation about metal joke. Contest was the astronomers and the businesses the work here. And we had a joke petition hawking who is has got nothing to do with our observatory nothing to do with Colorado. As a matter of fact, Stephen Hawking's only been here once, but he decided to but in and rain, and I prayed because he heard that we had a joke writing contest out here. So he began emailing jokes pilling muscled his way our joke writing contact understand that this is a man who when I say muscled his way in you're only talking about someone who has a smile on his face because it's probably. I take it easy. I know this sounds like it's upsetting. You have to understand this man who was a spinal space because it's up by toothpicks. Which wetter? I don't think that's particularly funny, nor do I oh come on. Would you give me? This is a guy Phil understand. So let's just say you don't like Stephen hawking. And I will tell you. He must wait. Yes. He did muscles way. And even though he does have a smile propped up by toothpicks. Your asshole. You know that asshole get the did you general? Yes. I did. I heard it. But I don't believe it will you are. You're an asshole. Thanks so much. You're not gonna hang up on me. You what a pain in the oh, come on filled. You know? This guy's got to get the shot in about Stephen hawking. With a smile propped up by toothpicks. I will not have that. No. I heard Tony laugh at that. Did you think that was funny? I have to admit yes, I did. It was moderately funny. If Stephen hawking a guy that has been devastated by this terrible disease. Lou Gehrig's disease? You think it's funny that Turner's they're saying here's a guy with a smile propped up by toothpicks funny about it is that he's threaten and everything by guys propped up by pig. That's exactly the case, bud. Hit the nail right on the head. The fact that man Tana is upset with this four wheel driving toothpick propped up. It is pretty call him back. Yeah. Duck tire high up. See what answering? Yeah. Can't take tonight. Can I talk to Dr Tanner, who's what your name bubbles and phone? Hi is Dr high bubbles is this his home? Well, why did I hear is he home? Dr tartar. It's Phil Hendrie. Okay. Can you come on here with me? What was all of that noise? I heard in the background. Well, I spilled that was sound effect that I had. I was I'm at home. I'm not that the Vittori. So you were running a sound effect y. Wanted you to think that I was working I'm at home with my girlfriend. All right. And I know we're on the air. And I figured that. This is the only just penance that I can do for saying Stephen hawking has a smile propped up by toothpicks. The fact he must lose way in on his fancy multi-million dollar quad. And I don't mean quite as an quadriplegic Quadra faming quad four Wheeler four Wheeler. If you wanna talk on Wheeler dealer, you know, that was the thing. I was saying is so I'm I'm doing penance here. I am bubbles. And I apologize. Have to give a dam with your home or at work. I know you understand the by employers. I let you go. Then. Thank you. We'll be right back. Fill Henry show. The hill. Is this sounds like boogie stuff by here? This boogie sheds. Pretty mean, boogie jazz relish that -tunities eight this for vice we have the black page of and I say black as in peds as not black has racial. This reminds me of the flat paddle days of Billy Preston. All right. Dr Ron Turner. How about that? I knew that guy wasn't playing with a full. Six sick, man. The thing about dance. But we never did get the talk about the thing. You know? This is the problem. You have Phil you get involved in these personality clashes to the whole thing is rainbow gravity and rainbow gravity is something that the big bang theory is being doubted now. Okay. Bengals a big bang theory's one the big bang theory. Is that the universe was born out of a big explosion? Yeah. Now. That's we got create and everything. No. We're not talking about God. We're talking about the big bang. That's not God. Yes. It is. You can't say that isn't how dare you? I'm gonna Theus that I will not be spoken to that link. The big bang. That's God and LA lap. Margaret. She don't even wanna hear the truth, Alabama. Margaret, take your hands grab by hand, grabs your hands, Margaret or or my breasts excuse me, wait a minute. Oh god. All right. So any event as things happen? Science moving on down the road and the thing about science. That's that's refreshing. That is actually a nice to know is that science can change its opinion as the facts change as what they find changes. Now, some people, of course, will argue with that they'll say that science has an agenda this that does that if if the other side cannot support its it's theories and theses and cannot support its ideas without saying, well, the reason why. Our point of view is not being accepted is because these guys are being paid off or they have some secret agenda, then you're not convincing people with the science. You're trying to convince people with a lot of political propaganda. You know, now they said about the other guy talked about anybody that he knows what you're saying. All right, fine. It's left to me to try to explain this bullshit, man, because I had you know. Get back again. Go ahead, man. So anyway, go ahead. I want back in on this because you're going to carve this an asset. I know this part. Permanent ass. He's carving it today. Do you mind if I just continue here now the rainbow gravity carbonated answer? Nope. You come on how much can we pay him? No. We can't pay a run heights. Phil. I apologize for your mind. I would appreciate that very much. So are you at work downfield? But I have these effects going in the background. I had bubbles just go ahead. Crank it up. That's it. It's a couple of speakers. I put surround sound in the bedroom. Here I figured as long as they were marriage going on the ceilings, and as long as there was a spending basket, I go ahead and have the surround sense. Okay, fine. So you want your employers think you're at work somewhere? That's exactly right. Even though I'm saying, but I'm not I'm saying that I'm at home perception is everything as you said, we're talking with Dr Ron Turner, who's actually at home probably laying in bed with a spinning basket over top. Then bubbles sitting in it. Maybe wouldn't you like to know? And however, the sound effects of our mind just ask. Hey, turn this is general general shock. Yes. That's right up. How did you know about you say your day? Thank you. I wanna know what is this rainbow gravity? Well, be the idea of rainbow gravity fill in general, Sean, everyone the idea of rainbow gravity is simply this that the big bang did not take place that in effect. The universe is infinitely old has no real beginning. Or any real beginning that we can trace to a explosion or a big band or a blinding band of radio activity that we could literally see using very very strong telescope input. Effectively. Do believe is something called rainbow gravity rainbow, gravity is owned dark matter. That is what is pulling our universe and parts of the dark better itself apart. Now, where are origin comes in is that instead of a big bang or a large explosion? There are small holes in this rainbow, gravity these are black holes, and they do represent as crazy as it may sound as television or telegenic as it may sound they do represent a kind of wormhole through which we can jump through to other dimensions and our universe was point Afaq created by this jumping through one of these worm. Holes of from one dimension to another. But the universe itself has never really created. It's always been here. All right. So our universe was at one time in another dimension. Well, yes, no our universe exists right now in another dimension. All right. I don't understand. Talking about you know, if there's one thing I don't like it. I've said this device students. It's when I hear that one lone voice in the back of the background of the classroom going like that because I go back there, and I say to them very sternly. Please don't do that. Because I'll have to come back here and get angry, and you won't like me very much when I get angry. So do it again Dickman and watch what happens and. Oh. That was. Yeah. Yeah. That was was that a gag. I I don't wanna know lowly callback. Only you would say that Dickman. No, don't call back did the line. Go dead. The light. He didn't hang up, and you didn't hang up the lying did go dead. It did dead. Go did go. Go dance goes. Okay. So go dead. So when it go dead the line. What does that mean what it was so heated and hang up? We didn't hang up. What happened? Are you saying that something interrupted? Yeah. Some kind of power. I dunno. She's it's frightening. It's very very fragment Kimmy that phone run. What are you guys trying to do? I'm sorry. What's going on Ron just strewn around? I'm sorry build. So we're where we were talking about wait. Wait, wait, hold on. Did you guys plan that crap out? He did during the commercial break. I know he told me what did you tell Phil? I don't know. I didn't think it was going to be that elaborate it scare you. Yeah. It scared me at weirded me out. It makes me wanna hang up. Would you guys? Not do that stuff. What do you do those sound effects? Anyway, why don't you just play the sound of the room that you're in and get rid of the Santa Fe of the carnival? Okay. Thank you. God damn bubbles seal. Yeah. We'll see for tennis. Okay. What's with you? This morning. It was trying to have a couple of laps. Phil. That's fine. Man. I'm just I'm asking you a serious question here, and you guys are going through this whole thing about how you scream and then you've got the sound effects trying to hold onto my job and have a couple of laps. You realize that my son is on with many more. You realize that Marjorie got custody. You know that I did not know that. Okay. She got custody of my boy, my son she's much better for the boy to be with her mother. And maybe maybe it's true. I said for his mother, but I loved that. Boy, I thought I was providing a very good home thirty here that Ron so she has time custody. Yes. Go. I had no choice. But to have bubbles move in bubbles. That's really her name. That's the name. I gave her her name is Doreen. What does she dance? No. She does not. She don't saleswoman. She works for Dun and Bradstreet. Why do you call her bubbles because I want to call her bubbles because it makes me feel good to call her bubbles because it makes me feels if I'm living with a woman who has no other purpose in life than to make me happy. That's why I called her bubbles dig that. Thank you anything else. You've already got me fired and hold the phone. I didn't get you fired. Okay. You're the guy pretending like you're on the you didn't have to come on the air with us so anyway, rainbow gravity rainbow, gravity. That's how the universe was created. I will tell you this fill. This is still a theory. However, it is one that is being shared by more and more scientists, I don't know whether I exactly subscribe to the theory myself, I do know there is an extra dimensional. Factor to the creation of the universe. The big bang itself is an extra dimensional occurrence. This is two brains. And when I say brain B R A M E, hoping not even understand that such your whole lease Mr. Dickman shut your hole that is something I do say in class, and I say frequently to all of by students, most of whom are graduate students, and some of whom will go on to become some of the greatest minds some of the greatest science in the history of this country in my classroom that the scum of the earth there nothing, and they stand up the, oh, Dr Turner, I say sit down or I will go to this desk and have to get the thing that I've carried into the room in that black case get it out. And I pretend like I'm going bang bang. Bang bang. You know, okay. Okay. Never mind Philly. You would never understand being a professor here at the school is so touching and so tiring God this stupid. They're really stupid and getting dumber. And that's why I'm saying to you. We've got to get the news of how this universe was created out there festive is that Drake. Could you turn that up? These aren't thanks a lot. Dr turner. You guys are full of it. You know that he was ready. I don't know. Phil. I yeah. Yeah. You know, what he gave me? Just enough information. I didn't understand any of that. But it is called rainbow gravity. Universe was created way way back in the olden days. Yeah. That's it. That's how the universe was created way back in the olden days with that rainbow gravity. We're gonna be right back here in the world famous Philippine show. Show. What a beautiful thing. Famous. Phil Hendrie show has so many things for you to enjoy not only the backstage pats. But also our online store, I'm Margaret grey one of these days, I'll have my own download of by best of hits. But apparently, I don't rate. That's fine. I don't care. It doesn't matter on very busy as a mother and his wife, please go to the fill in be show website and get yourself. One of a great many downloads are hard copy, CDs, our best to fill Henry CDs as well as Ted's of Beverly Hills t shirts, the hoodies the keychains the coffee mugs, the shot glasses the baseball caps. The this the that that this that all of that shit. How you doing? I'm very frazzled by all of this. I just. Hill is this music. That's right to Rick your legs. On the. Lintels co watch me. You were playing seven Berle head. I love that Merle's. Great. There's no question about that. All these re recording lot of that stuff. By the way. I started the show with the song that I is an anthem for all women. And you're right. Margaret was going to sing. You don't you? Don't know me is the name of the soul. It's you don't own me. No, it is not you don't own me. Where's the song? Please. What we have here is the title. No. Yes. It's you don't know me. You don't know me? You think you do? But do do, you know, the song gardens never lie to you? I would never lie to you. It's called you don't own me. I would never say that I own you robber. You don't own me is the name of the song. Not not not not YM. No, you're not making a statement to me, Rome. I'm saying the name of the song is you don't own me. I would never hope that you would ever say you do me. Okay. Now that we have that cleared up. Excuse me that anyone invite you into this conversation harvest face trying to get control over this GD show, not a naval Santus. You don't blow. Not you. Don't you? Don't long. Out. To sing the song. Okay. You don't blow me? Oh that would be impossible saying that with all due. Every time she hits you in a knows, man. I can't understand word you say. In fact, I don't understand what you say. Anyway. So. Margaret grey, ladies and gentlemen. Thank you very much. This is a song called you. Don't know me. Here we go Lesley gore. The late late cigar? You don't know what she says you don't own me. You. We're trying to tell you get started against this garbage. Again. I love this song Margaret we have been getting people writing in about what they're saying. We hear Margaret saying this song is garbage. And then when you stop the song you oh, I love it. And they think it's rather disingenuous is that. Right. It's funny. How that sort of conforms comports with your view of the world. I don't believe you all have to see it for myself. I'm going to let us if you want. Are they availed them? Yeah. Well, then how are you going to get them? If you deleted them what a couple of knuckleheads. Well, we remember some of them. Feel what did you just play the song quit while you're ahead? Cut your losses. Muggy greyli- young. Margaret ray. This is the great listening gore, and you don't own me. Oh, you don't own me. I'm not just one of the things that Utah with. Lot don't you? They're put your paws up my skirt. Tell me what to do. Tell me how to look. To war. Position you like me to. Oh my God. He interrupted every I'm sorry. What I wanted to explain to people that you're doing improvisational lyrics. You think they figured that out? That's what I do. Ladies and gentlemen. I do the improvisational lyric. That's what I do. I'm Margaret grey, people know this about me. What about? Yeah. I not know it about her excuse me. Don't own. Where is your Bill of sale? Yeah. I didn't think so you don't own me. Get in your car and take your twine with you because you're not tying to the roof of the car. Tell me what to do. Blue who to be. When I go out req- put me on display like I'm some very precious precious item. Though, I am because you you don't own me. Who the f do you think your effing? You don't own me. Go for the right price. I think I can be a bad girl here. All right. All right. All right. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Restraining boys come on guys. And do whatever I g b well, please. You can't do. No, nothing. No, forget it. You can't do nothing about me. I'm a real bad s s kicking chick. You don't own. Try and you'll pull back to bloody st-. What to do? What to say? The wrist of it's garbage. But you don't. Border gray. And you don't own me as sung by the late. Great Lesley gore that was actually charting after the four Leslie yet out for. It fades up from here. It's too meaningless. Yes. He was saying the song was actually charting after Lesley gore. Chiding? I mean, it was getting a lot of airplay after a Lesley gore passed on. So there is Lesley gore. There is Margaret gray. I am Phil Hendrie, and this is the world famous Phil Hendrie show, and it has been our pleasure to be a part of your life here today. Now, I want to remind you coming up on Friday night. We have our chat down Mr. ruby chatting on a fool Henry show website at nine o'clock on Friday night. That's not Clark Pacific daylight time. If you want to be on a chat, and you wanna talk and everything Mr. Henry here. Well, you better you you you have to do it. I mean, you'd better do it. Because you know. Yeah. Okay. 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It's I'm not saying that I haven't had a lot of fun. But that was I never worked harder that just goes to show you that when you're having a blast. You're also busting your ass. Hey, that's I can have that stitched on a daily or something where you're having a blast. You're breaking your ass. You know, what that is a load because no that's exactly what happened to me. Put on a t shirt or something. When you're when you're busting your ass when you're having a blast your also bust your I was anyway, I was working very hard. But I didn't mind at all because it was so it was so bloody fun. All right. That is the end of this. We do appreciate all of you guys for being with us. Thank you so much world-famous Phil Emery show and fill in reshow dot com. We're online there got a backstage pass. Make sure you visit our online store and visit us over on YouTube as well because we're always updating new clips from the show if you haven't seen our video cast. It's it's well, it's pretty weird. 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"Throw Out the Radio": Florence Dore, Luke Fischer + Making Sense of "Blurbs"

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"Throw Out the Radio": Florence Dore, Luke Fischer + Making Sense of "Blurbs"

"I have very fond memories of being back in Chicago and the nineteen eighties starting in nineteen eighty-seven and going to the old spot the atmosphere was was very special strange one. I lived three blocks away and I was there on a almost daily basis. What I especially like about the new space is that it's so beautifully curated, and it's so beautifully laid out. I will see things on the table that I would never otherwise see if they were in the racks, but they're not organized in a way that seems to reflect the power of particular publisher. Instead, it seems organized around the importance of the book and urgency with which someone has decided I should see it. And I love that. And I bought many, many books that way including many impulse buys, and I've made at the last minute. Going up to the counter and thinking. Yeah. Probably I need this, too. Florence door attuned to static in her research on resonant, explicit silences surrounding censorship race in modernist literature of the early twentieth, century. And it's recapitulation of institutional norms in her new book. Novel sounds, the rock musician professor of English at the university of North Carolina, scratches the surface of how rock and southern fiction came about in the golden age of radio at the expense of black musicians door joint, Peter Kobe yellow made for us. His own literary playlists previously on open stacks in conversation at fifty seven St. books for a long playing record of southern identity and the institutionalization of exile. From the airwaves to the academy. An article on the rock novel because I had noticed that all these contemporary writers, like Jonathan Lee and Dan and Laurie Moore shaving all the best writers of our generation. We're writing really explicitly about rock and roll, and bringing those into their books. And so that would back to my book on southern literature and privacy and was interested to notice that. So these are all these white writers, southern writers writing the nineteen fifties at the moment that rock and roll emerges, and they're all incorporating, blue songs, country songs ballads of an Acura, ballads coded is black, and white really clearly into their fiction, and I thought, well, that's an interesting parallel in same time southern fiction is being held up as the most important literature in the United States. And I noticed there's a ubiquity. Right. William Styron has this narcissistic character who is completely obsessed with the midnight special by lead belly flattening O'Connor's a good man is hard to find. Kind of touted as paradigmatic book of southern literature, you know, story about this decline of southern culture is based on a Bessie Smith hit from nineteen twenty seven actually written by Eddie, green and black writer nineteen somewhere around there nineteen nineteen. So it just seemed that these things must be related and then was Quincy reading a lead belly biography, in which found out that how do you Ledbetter was at nineteen thirty four MLA Lomax went and recorded Frankie, and Johnny a bunch of other songs that let Billy performed in prison in prison in Louisiana, but he performed as the negro stroke on a panel on popular literature. So I was like there must be correlation between the rock, novel Belet the and the emergence of often and southern fiction institutionalization. That's the Genesis of the book, let's pause here. First things first, the contemporary novels the door mentioned at the top are, John. The fortress of solitude Dana spirit is stone, Arabia Lorrie Moore's at gate at the stairs. And Michael Chapin's. Telegraph avenue just around the bend. You'll hear Peter alert making reference to a quartet of southern writers that includes William Faulkner, Flannery O'Connor, Carson mccullers, William Styron, or what we might think of as the best writers previous generation might might Huddy Ledbetter is better known as lead belly pioneering folk singer and recording. Artist also known as king of the twelve string guitar who influenced the likes reputations of several better known artists such as Woody Guthrie, Pete Seeger. Bob Dylan and the Beatles led. Billy appeared at m L A, the modern language association conference in Philadelphia with folklorist musicologist, John Lomax in the winter of nineteen thirty four on a trip that made a digital stops for lecture performances at Harvard and Yale, one of the things that fascinated by the book is like this is the quartet of writers. Faulkner Connor person mccullers impossible not to love, and you wouldn't think of them as sharing a coherent project, they could be grouped as southern writers, and I was wondering if you could talk a little bit about, how rock and roll for you, or the emergence of rock and roll pre nineteen sixty five moment in your book, sort of produces a kind of coherence in there, actually very separate disparate projects. I think what you see in the four of them is a way of producing southern identity as a kind of exile density in the nineteen fifties. And it seems striking that all of them link that version of exiled identity to particular vows and Carson mccullers cases just the ballad of the sad cafe. So the idea of producing her story as valid and then looking at just totally fascinates. Look at the first book length study of Faulkner's work as introduced by Robert Penn Warren, and the introduction, he kind of refer basically refers to Faulkner as a ballad year, it's just like, well, it wasn't really educated. You know, came from everything, but putting a banjo in his hand. There's this idea that these writers, and you can find it in all kinds of it's an institutional history in a way. And so I think that they come together just in the way that they were. Were positioned institutionally. And in the fact that they all sort of flouted that institutional privilege by, in particular showing that ballots aren't really doing the work that, that people who institutionalized them hopes the ballots doing character who comes up a lot in the book across the is little. Lytle like the twelve southerners turn out a really important for this book. Get Phil down from the wall as wonder if you could talk a little bit about that. How important they are to the story of institutionalization that the book that tells in what? Andrew Lago was one of the twelve seven who in nineteen thirty I'll take my stand, which is an agrarian manifesto, written by people at Vanderbilt who were concerned about industrial progress, industrialisation and kind of what progressivism was doing to American values explicitly racist, Robert Penn, Warren wrote in his essay, let the negro sit beneath his own vine and tree. So it's a segregationist and just to come back tonight, on the second, but Donald Davidson, talks about how the manufacturer and distribution of jazz, records, this kind of part of the detriment that progressivism and institutional technology technological forms are the havoc that's being wrought on American culture, and that what we need to do is go back to southern ballads right by which they mean white ballads. And Andrew Lytle says he declares southern farmers need to thrill out the radio and take down the fiddle from the wall and. Is an amazing quotes and instead of. Right. And so this kind of embrace of this is nineteen thirty and embrace of a coup. Stick, vernacular music and rejection of the technological forms of fantasy that you could get sort of idea of unmediated, bodily vernacular voice. And interestingly this trope that he expresses so beautifully. Right. Just comes up again and again, this kind of embrace of bodily vernacular. And one of the places that comes out is in understanding poetry, so Robert Penn Warren, and clamp published a really influential volume in nineteen thirty eight to understanding poetry and John done at peers and understanding poetry and Shakespeare sonnets and TSA Elliott and one of the ballots that John Lomax recorded lead belly singing for your earlier in Angola prison, Frankie and Johnny appears in understanding poetry. That's pretty crazy. That's pretty amazing. But what they say about ballots. Ballots are transferred word of mouth. Right. They don't give any author to Frankie, and Johnny who knows where they heard it possibly from a lead belly album, possibly from Charlie Poole and North Carolina. White ban that report, you just don't know. They use Franken, Johnny is their example of why radio is bad. We don't care. Frankie Janis about somebody in the slums, who woman who kills her man because she finds somebody else, and we did not care, if we, if we join the ballot is not because we're interested in the facts at this woman has shocked, Audrey. Husband or whatever it's because of the experience of the ballot. And so they going to a football game versus hearing, the statistics, like we can know the score, but it's much more interesting if you're feeling the feelings of being at the game. So they say they compare this to Frankie and Johnny. And they presumed unmediated transmission between the singers mouth and the here's ear that makes it valuable as experience the new critics really valued. A lot of things difficult to use one but experiences on media experience, bodily experience and that bodily experience, though. It's not explicit in any way and understanding poetry in ballads, and that you can see all over L take my stand. It's very clear that ballads are racially coded. Right. So Donald Davidson writes, all about how there's white music is not influenced by black people. Right. This is explicitly. White supremacist segregationist project. Absolutely. And these are the people. Right. Andrew Lytle published funner Connors for stories and the Kenyon review whatever no twenty with you. But Jonker ransoms Kenyon review. These are the people who were installing southern writers as the most important in American culture. So there's this really clear link between coded racially coded bodily experience of vernacular, ballads, and the institutionalization of southern literature in the nineteen fifties, I want you toil with more about the radio, which are Karen talks, and really beautifully calls like the technology of remote intimacy and how for you in the book, fascinating ly-, the radio is what produces southern culture as a kind of exile. As a sort of that is that is where you are. Not remote intimacy. That's great. Yes. I think that's a version of what saying to right. Yeah. That in the moment when O'Connor has this ending statement. She says. My to see the quote. But knowing oneself is knowing one's region to no one's region is also to be outside of the region. It's this really whacky abstract kind of description of regional identity as crucial and also as something that you can only understand relief as separate as being separate from, so it's remote intimacy in a way, I think that there's no coincidence, that the idea of let's call a retrenchment rate, this reassertion of racial guarantees, and bodily clarity that come with ballads is happening across the ehre in which we have hillbilly records and race records and recording technologies at the same time classifying records as black or white and producing a sort of racial acuity becomes clearer later. One of the real questions that I have for you the rock, and roll at least between whatever fifty four and sixty four say is characterized I think fair to say for the book by kind of charged energizing ratio. In determined that in your reading, animates, these novels, these novelists and not as a foil, not as thing that they are in a twelve seven sort of way rebuking or using I wonder if you could talk more about that, because that seems like throwing down kind of claim for the book because one could back Rian, Jack Hamilton arguments that racial indeterminately was always a radio. Born fantasy Jack Hamilton argument is that it's not until like a Rolling Stone that rock becomes white. I would argue about done, I would disagree with Jack, I think, on this, but I haven't talked to him about it. You can argue or simply read, Jack Hamilton argument in just around midnight, rock and roll in the racial imagination published in two thousand sixteen by Harvard University press. And if you'd like to learn more about the twelve southerners including Robert Penn warn, check out the seventy fifth anniversary edition of I'll take my stand the south, and the agrarian tradition published by LSU press a manifesto first published in nineteen thirty that. Back then defended individualism tradition. An endangered sense of the south as unified against the quote, trend of baseless conformity, in an increasingly mechanized in dehumanized society, I rocket comes out of nine hundred sixty one and it's pretty Peggy o like Scottish, ballads, Appalachian ballads. But also blind lemon Jefferson, lack ballads. So he had famously been rock bands. Bob Dylan and then ditched it and gone into folk in the early sixties when he started recording. I would argue that he records these these black and white ballads as part of a kind of racial mishmash. That is only possible after rock overall valorising rock and roll as racially amalgamated utopia say that at all. But there was ambiguous, I mean, people were not clear about nineteen Solomon, Burke, talks about going to record it some country songs, right? And going to play somewhere and just. Covering that it was like a lot of clan people or whatever, just because music was so unclear racial crossovers, people are doing, like Ray Charles was explicitly doing this, right when he made modern sounds in country music to albums of country songs covered K good-looking snow, so racial crossing was part of rock and roll from the beginning in a way that hadn't been not that it was successful. You walk us one of the fascinating things like okay so there's this genre that's defined by scandalous around racial indeterminately that troubles. Electrically that troubles me ties way and you would imagine if you are just as sort of casual reader of the southern cannon as for instance, I am that. Well, this is the project that the faulkners of the world, certainly and also the Connors are there to rebuke and the claim of the book is that is wrong. That, that they are doing something under. Well, I think that they are there to review it, right. Certainly, they are canonized institute is in order to review. But yeah, I think they're kind of like it's really quite clear that is the author's selves. I think two things one is I think they were sort of flouting their institutional privilege and saying, yeah, you want us to rebuke that we're not going to do it, because here we are calling our white story up black song. And at the same time in spite of whatever racism Faulkner came out against go-slow campaign against Browder supporting education that is sort of indeterminate, see happens in their word that an ascetic thing occurs around the social questions that animated their novels and that those social questions at the social ideological things that are happening in their world were also the things that were motivating and underpinning, the creation of rock and roll. Speaking of novel sounds. That's Mark would hear from an a moment on what we in the book business commonly referred to as blurbs or jacket copy, text that if the covers caught your eye take on the burden of sustaining your attention. And with any luck enticing your decision to keep going, and Marcus certainly no stranger to that and his role as editor of the seminary co-ops, digital front table weekly assortment of new general, in scholarly interest releases you're not likely to hear about anywhere else at least not like this segment. We're thinking of calling remarks when you're encountering, these blurbs, well intentioned or, or less. So from academic publishers depresses, which is primarily what we feature on the front table, here the club. Do you find yourself with copy that is persuasive only to scholarly audience, or do you find that the publishers themselves trying to do some of that work of trying to make some copy? It has cachet with the general audience, I'd like to know success ability, code, word for dumbing down in the case of no. No. It need be. I don't think it needs to be at all. You know, the co-op, obviously serves a number of different overlapping communities and audiences and. One of the things that I'm trying to do when, when I write the newsletter and the front table in particular is to keep as much as possible, all of those audiences, simultaneously on my mind at once as a reader outside of the academy, which allows me to fantasize a future, in which I've read all of these books, it allows me not to discipline because I don't have a discipline. So I can go to the front table or go to virtually any section inside of law economics in the store, and feel like I have the possibility of understanding with these books are on about. So is there something in the work of the blurb? That is simply harmless lie. That convinced his readers such as I that you two might grasp the knowledge the over Arkan concept of this book. Is that necessary for us? That's, that's a difficult question. It's an interesting question to restate my question, though, it's maybe less about what are we permitted to fantasize about? And more. What is possible to summarize some of these books? It is possible to summarize. If I can go out on a limb here and say it is possible in some ways, maybe it's not maybe I'm totally backwards. I was going to say it's possible to summarize collection of poems, new novel how to book myself help guide, but some of these other works as you say, really are necessarily a part of a larger context and one is that context while it has to do with hands on history and time, and that time is reflected in reader's own investment in the work one that can only be gotten through reading. So there's something fundamentally at odds with book, blurbs groveling for our attention and hopes that we will get there, there's sort of like the fairy taking us mainland to the island of the book that I would claim that, that was much better than I could have said it. But we thought about calling this remarks with an x ks. My rejoinder would be this. If there is an element of fantasy. If when you stand at the front table and gays out at the sea of jacket copy, if part of the experience, there is a fantasy that you could be so well versed as to actually read with comprehension and profit all the volumes there on the front table. That is a fantasy that is made necessary, by the way that capitalism structures are time forces us to be specialized prohibits us from being the kinds of well rounded fully developed people who could actually pick up any volume on the front table and read it with comprehension. So once again, I would say that, if some kind of context is necessitating the form that jacket copy takes in this case, the kind of fantasy that you're referring to, I would say that one doesn't have to look very far to find capitalism as an important element of that kind of. Context, as well. But, you know, I'm a Marxist, so. Sneaking weekly consumer newsletter. As the this is a flyer from Bulgaria books, which hangs above my desk, and it reads fighting commodity fetishism with commodity fetishism since nineteen eighty one. Say Mark that your ambivalent about some of the work that you do here with the print table. Leonard. Ambivalent. You're at -verting to the fact that I might be embitterment as a Marxist about selling books for profit. Dude, I need a job. I put a different spin on that say that too often people try to find standpoints critique of capitalism and the -ssume that these things have to somehow exist entirely outside of capitalism itself better conceptualization of capitalism, would grasp the fact that it is always creating new possibilities for Mansa. The stamp points for the critique of capitalism can be generated by capitalism itself. So we might hope to find those in books that are nonetheless published within a capitalist driven industry. Homework talk to you. It's. I don't know about you, but I'm ready to get out of this year basement office space and lay eyes on some of these blurbs action. For more on the long and short of it, and why let's head up to the ops front table with assistant manager, Elena Jones. So what is it about blurbs or copy on books that might help a reader to get on board? I think the first thing it can do is make someone run. They'll know get onboard. They know that they're fine stain off board. I, I won't complain too long about this. But there is a lot of jacket copy out there. That is just very lazily written sure Mark until you very formulaic approach to obviously, there are books that do it really well in that sticks out. And there's certain things that even though it's formulaic they do because it works at helps them get the book into the hands of the readers who will benefit most might be most interested in it. So I pulled a few selections of just different things. What? Presses are doing when they are putting these together. So, I'll start with this book conspiracy conspiracies of conspiracies by Thomas Milan. Kanda it's been getting a lot of press. I believe I saw feature by him and lit hub, just the other day and it's about an what about the subtitle. How delusions have overrun America? If you turn over to the back where the blurbs are we have a blurb from Michael Birkin, who's described as author of culture of conspiracy? Apocalyptic visions in contemporary, America, and Michael butter, presumably left the family dairy business to write the book, plots designs and schemes American conspiracy theories from the Puritans to the present. So what I see happening here and what I'm thinking about, when I look at this book is that they're not going straight for university affiliations. What they're doing is calling out books that are in a similar vein that have very interesting descriptive titles, so that people who are interest. Fid can align this book in this field in a way that they that that's very helpful for them if they just pick it up off the table and contrast this with Jeff loves the black circle. A life of Alexander give. I'm sure I'm pronouncing that wrong. But we have the blurb are described Carrollton Princeton University. William Todd mills. Harry Tuchman Levin professor of literature, Harvard University. It's cetera et cetera. They all only have university affiliations, certainly these scholars all have books to their name. But what they are really pointing out, here is Princeton, Harvard, Duke, University of Toronto, New York University, all incredibly strong philosophy programs. That is what they're leaning on along with this fantastic has MIR Malevich black circle painting this to me says is a super scholarly book. And I think says to you somewhere in the back of your head. This is being marketed app someone who is in the academy because it's relying on the reputations of these scholars and these schools to get you to pick up the book. Whereas this is relying on subject, matter and related authors, who are experts in related subject matter to get you to pick up the book, another example, which can veers a way is nobody's looking at you a book of recently released book of Janet Malcolm's essays that have shown up over the past few decades, and they do not even have a blurb. They simply have a paragraph of her writing. So this is an example of they don't no one needs to blurb. Janet, Malcolm, she does the work herself. We're all convinced that this is a book, that's worth picking up. Totally other example, is humankind by Timothy Morton humankind solidarity with non human. People from verse. Oh, one of my favorite blurbs of all times. Right at the top from Bjork. I have been reading Timothy Morton's books for a while. And I like them a lot. It's straightforward. I'm not sure me saying that about books is ever convinced anyone to pick it up. I don't know if Bjork saying that about anyone's book has ever convinced them to pick it up, but that was on the hardcover, and it made it to the paperback sold obviously, it's working for them. And then I wanted to call attention to another favourite blurb that I found, unfortunately, I didn't record what book this was on. I just have a picture of the blurb itself. The book is no longer in our store, but. No, we would have kept it. If we were paying attention the book. The book the blurb reads a must read for anyone who eats at restaurants. The blurb is from, Danny Glover. I have no idea what this was on. And I will die regretting that, but that is just an example of the perfect ler. What else do you need to know? For those keeping score. That's now three insider, bookseller terms, we've learned of late on open stacks, including remainder in Galle. Keep up with past episodes. Find more new releases and sign up for that free Email newsletter marksman so much time thinking about it's simple dot com. Ballads came up quite a bit earlier endure. And Kobe conversation and well, a musical ballot by lead belly might sound quite different from poem in ballot measure of alternating Tetra, try meter lines, ABC and so forth. Both poems and songs embody their meetings, creating a physical fossilized presence, who shape evades distance often in less time than a pop song, Australian scholar, poet and philosopher Luc Fisher's work, exemplifies, poetry's capacity to recreate itself by word of mouth hesitating is French poet. Paul Valery says between sound and cents or pros and dance music. We discussed fishers latest volume of personal history vision in the fall of two thousand eighteen at the co-op a book blurb by Robert gray as filled thoroughly with intimations of the sublime the blurb like that, who needs qualifiers. I wanted to begin with this, quote from Devon Johnston, fine poet, editor fl. Flood additions based here in Chicago. Devon sort of introduced the may two thousand sixteen issue poetry magazine, which Robert Adamson, an Australian poet, edited. And in that introduction, Devon writes, it is easy to forget that the distance between our continent's is vast, our purview limited, the cost of crossing extravagant and even the expense of postage is high. Such obstacles are only overcome by deep resourcefulness and persistent curiosity. We right across these distances but poetry is a matter of presence, whether on the page or in the air it comes to us through specific for to it occasions in the circulation of books and people. And so this is one such specific for two to have Luke Fisher Australian-based poet in our midst reading from a personal history of vision. So Luke, thank you for joining us. Thank you to call him. The book is divided in three sections starting with a section titled retrospect, and so there is a kind of implied progression of looking back and looking forward, and this metamorphosis and change. But I'd like to start by asking question pretending to uphold the third section. Why I right. Right to modulate my groups will share my joys that we know poem as in music, feeling finds a key and time. Nor do I write for recognition that were great field. Raid is words, a raindrops to my soil. While I wouldn't assist with the end not a figure speaks self like Venus to Milo. It isn't the need for perfection. The fine chiseling consonants to hold the volume of Foulds that draws me to my disc day. When I think about the title poem, y right? The first thing that came to mind was a comment by former editor poetry and poet, Christian Wyman, who has said that the sort of curse of the life of a poet, is that you're always missing life in its present state that you're always trying to capture life or as you say, in the poem in trying to capture every detail, and I think his lament has concerns are more meaningfully taken up by Robert Pinski, who writes that perception is made memorable poems rhythm in syntax, which sort of transfers to an audience as relation to a poem as its read aloud, he says that wanna poem is read, aloud, it becomes almost a physical act of meaning that quote by Pinski, sticks out to me because your book is so much about perception, so not just trying to capture every detail, but trying to sort of, in my in my. Reading create or make come about a perception on the page, and yet you right in why I writes, it isn't the need for perfection. The fine chiseling of consonants to hold the ball ume that draws me to my desk each day, but as you go into right? It's this expansion of the present. I wonder if you can speak to the difference in your mind between a poet, sort of impulse for perfection and expansion, and how that might inform your desire to reclaim if not restage the past, maybe I'll stop by saying date necessarily say attention between poet. And life in the sense that you might be missing out by riding about attention for me between poetry lot. He's all the demands life makes familiar. I mean poets right. Onto different conditions, particularly like to have my solitude variety. Attention to me, the active writing poetry is a way in which set of imagination three language and then also in relation to perception becomes more alive said to me, it's it enrichment of why his that being tension between the two when I think about on a more personal kind of level why poetry matters to me relates to it. I said at the beginning response to your question life, sort of seems to some degree. Impoverishment poetry is in a pod of what comes out a little bit in the end of the poem with its sort of expansion of the presence of I guess it kind of mindfulness. Maybe this is part of what makes someone become a poet as that poetry seems toll is like breathing. You're not gonna lie. Physically died, but having poetry. Some psychological spiritual. Yes, there's a almost physical hunger, or at least a psychological, or spiritual hunger when poetry isn't present. And it seems to me a different take on or impulse than someone like women's sort of fixation on trying to nail down or name, what has happened as opposed to trying to add to build on what has happened. There is something that same as well off to the active riding that once you've written about some. Be replaced too. The realities. Something like that. Attention. I want to ask about a another kind of tension having to do with your relationship to philosophies that you have a background in plaza fee as well as poetry in that same poem. Why? Right. You say I don't write forever. Latian though poetry is open rooms in the mansion of world mind. Led me closer to the hearth than philosophy has sort of, again had to or expand on philosophy and I'm thinking of the poem stones. Stones. But sitting by this stream, I'm struck by your simple presence Mateen, you the water slows and wrinkles Russia's on not going anywhere to you. It's all the same. Whether you're clothed in moss, or dappled in sun shade. The stone is well high. But is this a deficiency, I agree that attachment perfect. They seem outside relation so even in the case of stone. We find you in a mode of address, which is very common in your poems. We find you addressing the stone by virtue of its world, 'less nece, and I'm curious how philosophy informs your poetry, specifically, how philosophy informs these poems of address, or invitation, these poems that are very much in relation to the world around them. Poetry closely connected, they'll say differences, between them and I think the place from which I write philosophic list instance poll is different. Although I think in the Stein's poll, they come very close together them and the first lion. See coded from why I write are in a way statement in favor of the imagination. Poetry might be able to do that extends beyond philosophy in some ways, sort of dry rational discursive forms. But I think is also positive philosophy. Philosophy has to have have an imagination to I think, to be extending into domains and reality. Can't seem that stones poem poems, in dialogue with a number of other poems, as well as philosophy about Stein's. So one of the EPA graphs is from fish from boss Casse poem conversation with the stone the lines in which the stone says my whole surface is turned toward you. All insides turned away. And the second epigraph is from another polish poet, speaking of his poem pimple, which begins pebble is a perfect creature in a way that. By taking different perspective on Stein's jimbo's, poem, for instance, which is actually very close to hide against them. I haven't had in the back. I wonder whether Shimba hike role. I mean, maybe these ideas floating around have been many write poems written about Stein's hide, Jim bliss, ca says, even if you break me, two pieces in the same poem will still be closed. You can grind to sand. We still let you in hiding in his essay, the origin of the work from nine hundred thirty five nine hundred eighty six states this about the earth in relation to stones if we attempt such penetration by breaking open the rock, it's still does not display in its fragments anything in. Would that has been opened up a similar? And this is in a way trying to say, well, you know, maybe we maybe Stein's at inanimate beings, move and fury to plants animals humans, and the, the turning point is the get well, listening to shift into an image of kind of. Well listening in the end this differently like trajectory in that poem. But I think it's also the work of metaphor and imagination. Take the pope to that. Yeah, I think one of the things that interests me is the way poetry. And imagination also influenced by perception considerate connected to the world's. Nice demus pill, largely alienated from a lot of the time. I think the modes of address in some of the poems about the natural world of the environment have to do is trying to come closer establish mowing away of the natural world and said, of breach, the gap between self admit characteristic of consciousness, but one, I think maybe getting to the philosophy and poetry question. I think and, and this is the case in some of this. Well, Moi STAN misprint since having something that poetry really well, is to open up the problem of. Of questions replace thought contemplation without necessarily. Wanting to have the conclusion and again. Not going to solve. Issues I turned to poetry because I fumble so much loss of until, like I'm not. I'm not it's reader. You know, so, I think we'll go to poetry and get some grain of. I get I get really annoyed poem. I say much team. Look nice. Happy poetry month, by the way, whether your near or far we'd love to hear from you in ballad form or otherwise podcast dot com Elena for one thing is time to know what book Danny Glover blur his great for anyone who eats. It restaurants help with us next time on open. Stacks. The history of sexuality, Michael cove, Michelle suco, because he's branch and reading it for my class. By the law by a heart buying it for the philosophy of law. I am buying the scarlet letter Little Women and nineteen Eighty-four doing the podcast actually we read a book each week at like, yeah, we have a wide sides of the Atlantic. For Thomas Hardy's later novels in the Oxford additions, which are the best, and I'm buying them because I was ready to throw out my old dragged paperbacks, and my husband said never throw anything out before you read it and I started reading it and I realized that he was an absolutely extraordinary, novelist. Probably my most favorite English novelist. So my first choice is always to order them at the seminary co op.

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Tripping On My Roots Ep. 1: Blind Willie McTell

Pantheon

22:36 min | 5 months ago

Tripping On My Roots Ep. 1: Blind Willie McTell

"Journals to highway adult. Singing so Doodo. CHIME! In chosen around. Gets. All songs the we have some. Brand Chancery in. Eight To two. Ainhoa substitute. ooh! Shebin on WHO. I'm Jesse Calvin Young, and this is tripping on my roots. Junior. Got The. Job. Film I, I heard Blind Willie on a couple record released nineteen, fifty-nine I think by folk ways produced by Sam Charters. It was a companion disc to charters seminal book the Country Blues I must have picked it up in the village in Nineteen, sixty two. The song of Willie's. That was on that disk statesborough. Oh. Mama. In. The drive Mac L. from. Data Miraculous. Love. I was born and raised in the suburbs of Long Island. But. That song took me deep into the south. Deep into a culture and a life, so unlike my own. And yet not completely foreign to me. All teenagers a well acquainted with. That blue feeling. Besides. Statesborough was also a love song a train song. A confession and song about family suffering through hard times together. It captured my heart my imagination. Took me away. Drew me into a lifetime of affair with the blues. and. Ten thousand other guitars. And songwriters game with me, and if we believe the numbers on spotify another half a million fans are enjoying statesborough right now. Just the way willing laid it down. Them A friend. Of the contract Mama, don't you? Maybe Fabra. Got Nine hundred, nineteen, sixty five, when my newly formed band, the young bloods went into the studio at RCA Victor. To make their first record. Statesboro Blues and Willie. Went with us. Employees. Doesn't. Coincidentally. Is the same record label. That really started out. He made his first recordings for what they called Victor in those days. Mama Dada. Back good. So sweet. As I begin on my route, my first stop is Thompson Georgia the birthplace of blind. Willie Mattel. Thompson is an homage to the great twelve string blues man. He's featured in town bureau. There commemorative markers. And dozen huge twelve string guitar sculptures displayed throughout the town. Every day. There's even a Blues Festival held in his honour. Thompson is also the home of the mcduffie county. where, I met up with the director Louis, Smith. who had some very special memorabilia on display? Louis Louis good to see. But really Mattel was born in one, thousand, nine, hundred, one in Happy Valley Georgia. About nine and a half miles south of Thompson. And his Mother didn't die. Leave him reckless really. Many Dorsey was his constant companion. And would later in his childhood be his first guitar teacher. His Dad mcteer was known as a gambler and drifter. And never played much of a part in Lily's life. He spent his first nine years in and around Thompson. Where he had family. Early on! He learned to play the harmonica and accordion while he was still too little. The Handling Guitar. Throughout his life, he returned to Thomson to visit relatives and touch base with his boyhood. His trip would have been by train. So this is storage marker stands in downtown. By the Old Thompson trained depot. Listening to Statesboro Blues. You know that Willie was enthralled by the trains. Van. Op Daughter Seema curve. The cone. Traffic! Nineteen eleven, Willie and his mom moved to Statesboro. She got a job as a cook with a family that loved her meal so much. They built a little house for her and Willie on their property. It was here that really learned to play guitar now that he was big enough to. and His mom was his first teacher. That guitar changed the course of his life. It. Eventually became his means of support as well as a reason to travel. The best thing about blonde, really lived in Decatur, and he would play for nickels and quarters down at some of the convenience stores were picking would stop and buy hamburger and get something to drink, and he'd go from car to car in. He was serenade and play, and they were giving money, but even though he was totally blind since he was like four years old. He could go from K. to Georgia into downtown right there in the heart of Atlanta by himself with no hill excelled, he had to transfer three times three different buses in each time he would have to ask somebody. What's the number? And then he knew they would say number eight or number ten, and then he would not get on a wait for the next one. And then so he was so independent. He could do it all on his own. That's amazing I. Mean He went over the southeast? He even went to new. Atlanta would become his home town. But he would travel to work and carnivals, medicine shows and other outdoor venues. During these years, he was a popular attraction throughout the southeast. Singing all kinds of music, Gospel Blues ragtime. And even country called Hillbilly then nasty. As a matter of fact, this fourth verse of States Pearl. Just to country from blues. And back again. Back Two or three? Here's a song. Willie, wrote called Hillbilly Willy. GotTa Tom. For. House. Talk. Got Awesome. Baby got a house. For me got. And ragtime. was also a big influence on release music. I'm all. Shook, ain't nobody home but me. Dumb all MA. And I'll stop screaming about Tennessee. I can read and write. Case bail money. Dragging my heart around and. Come on. It ain't about at home. daughter-in-law! Nobody. Not Stab screaming. I'm going back, Tennessee. I, Love My. Who? Really give your man. All. ME. About at home. Off. At the end of the great, depression the so-called Country Blues were losing their popularity. As the big swing dance bands began to attract audiences. But in nineteen forty folklorist John lomax happened upon Willie busking at a joint call, the pig and whistle in Atlanta. And asked him to record the next day at the Robert Fulton Hotel. From the Library of Congress. And in one thousand nine hundred ninety cut sessions for Atlantic and regal records, none of which sold very well. And left him disappointed. It is suggested by one of his biographers that at this point in his life, his drinking habit worsened. In, one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, six, a record store owner named Ed rose, found Willie busking among some teenagers outside the blue lantern once again in Atlanta. One of his favourite haunts. Roads asked him to please make some recordings at his store, thirteen and peachtree. I willy finally gave in. Though, he did not want the material released while he was still alive. He said to roads. If I ever get any money from it. I would just drink myself to death. But. This is precious breath. That's the last recording Willie ever did. The year after this, he became a preacher at. Zion. Baptist Church. In Atlanta at Sam's light and maybe that. Maybe, that helped, keep your mom straight down there. And his wife. Ruth kind of tried to keep you straight. He ended up getting TB. And he went to ministerial Georgia for treatment. And, then he got kind of irate. Hard to control and he got out, and then it hit him again he went back and then he died so I think he died Milledgeville, and then they called him in Berry demanded Jones, creek peppers. He was buried at Jones, Baptist church mistakenly under his cousin's name Eddie mcteer. WHO had made the funeral arrangements? It took US historians. So long to find Willie grave was because he was buried. Eddie make mcteer. Who would that yeah for some like Atlanta author and producer David Fulmer? Finding willies, music was accidental. He picked up. The Almond landed twelve string and a PX when he was in the army. It was a fifteen song session done by Atlantic in nineteen, forty nine. From I. Bar I was enthralled, he wrote. As. He learned more about Willy's life. He was inspired to film Blind Willie's Blues, a documentary in the ninety S. Former credits blue scholar Dave Evans, as the researcher who first discovered will mattel was actually buried. But former say he saw this and he was so disappointed. Blonde really deserve something better than this. Yes, so he had that one beautiful blue marble with the twelve string guitar made with a correct names and dates here. They replaced it. He saw one of the elders of the church. Don't Baptist go over to the back of the Church and came back with a sledgehammer and David Fulmer said to that man. What are you doing? He says Oh. We're GONNA. Break this up in use it for. Gravel in the draft. David. And that's how David. This is. Had not planned on taking their. Newspaper Halloween he'd decorated and he was tired. They were moving and so come and get it, so we did. My intentions were to visit the museum to learn more about Blind Willie. Lewis turned the tables. And, asked me a question about one of my own songs. I saw that you sang darkness in. It was kind of like a tip of the guys from Vietnam. They came back and they didn't seem to get a great welcome, and you feel Kinda bad about that, so I know that. And I had gone in the navy for four years. I just wondered. If you knew you had asthma and you couldn't. You couldn't go, but I was wondering if you felt bad about not being able to serve. Maybe I thought you wanted to go. Into the Harmon you know I was really served in the best. Way I could. which was writing music? The. I wrote that song after I lost. Refers cramming Vietnam coastguard I thought mainly safe. I'm had a really. Louis frankly experience. And it just got me to think. In, my kitchen. Sign. Squeeze, your I Just. Thought my friends. In foxholes. Vietnam you know and night's coming on and awards just beginning. Friday Now. Darkness. Alamos was. Speaking I was imagining I was. Speaking to the time. While you were writing it or the form that also took effect. While I was writing. And I just noticed it a lot as I played. I played that shows. When they first came back. Trying to get. Benefits for the Veterans Day less green desert, always. Struggled and fact today's. Still struggled? A lot of them spoke to me. Being in Vietnam and hearing darkness. They fell. I felt supported. They felt like while somebody on the mainland has some idea of this. Darkness Darkness It reminds me of the friends I lost. And in this case the friend I never got to me. So I decided to take the nine mile drive from Thomson to Happy Valley. And Visit Blind Willie's grave. Born Willie Samuel mcteer. May Fifth Nine thousand nine. Hundred one. To August nineteenth. Nineteen fifty-nine. And underneath the carving of a beautiful twelve string. A fitting commemoration for a man whose music has enriched the lives of so many of us. You have been an inspiration to us all. Really I don't know whether you appreciate this. This room here. I think it gave you some trouble when you re-live. But It's just a gesture of love. These are the flowers that Connie and I brought you. Look. It's still alive a couple of weeks ago when we visited the first time. And these obviously planted. And all these pennies. Eleven. Yeah. You Music has. Moved millions of people now in the world. I'm sure you never dreamed of that. Data. But if you did you dream come true. I'm glad you're home. Home is good. God within. The state. Then

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Interview with 'oyster' Composer Joe Diebes on Expanding the Meaning of Opera

Maxamoo Theater

22:11 min | 3 years ago

Interview with 'oyster' Composer Joe Diebes on Expanding the Meaning of Opera

"Welcome to the max with ear and performance podcast is. Today we speak to a composer and multi disciplinary artist with taking up rats gilded hall, the nineteenth century and brought it to the train, I project have expanded the meaning of opera have taken place in warehouses. Museums status Boisture. He takes a look at folk music, archivist Alan Lomax, and how he developed a system that grandfather Pandora Spotify and other music services joy, the show, we are here today with Joe deeds. Joe thank you for guarding story. I'm very well. Thank you for having me, my pleasure. So I'm very curious about the idea of or Stor because it's an opera about Alan Lomax. Right. Right. And I really interesting that Allen was, you know, John Lomax on, so he's from a family of USA colleges, and people think thought he music in a way. Would you say that you had been bringing similar to, to Allen's not at? All parents are certainly not musicians or composers. Certainly, they're definitely not folk song collectors. So I came at this from from. My own direction where you're interested in what you do then. Well, I came to New York about twenty years ago, and I ride here as a composer. But as a composer, that wanted to collaborate with other artists. So I began to work with a our collective guilt. Gates in Dumbo this twenty years ago in, in a warehouse, where we had an art gallery and big sort of mersal installation performances that we did did that for about seven years and over the course of that, I started to develop my own Deatrich work did my first opera strange birds in two thousand and one and since then developed a number of pieces that I call operas, and sometimes depending on who I'm speaking with I might need to explain a little bit what I mean by opera because I, I'm certainly not writing in the conventional. Style of nineteenth century European offer as you might find at the at the met, but I'm certainly working with voice music, the African context, whole visual world, putting it all together. Did you ever get when you start did you have a sense of, like, you know, like, perverse Tushar by having all like that? You know that, that the Matt kind of opera purist Kutcher, Pels when you were like I'm doing opera. It's just not. Yeah, I had a well makes me think of something that happened. If my very first offer, which was in his warehouse art space, that I'm telling you about, and it was called strange birds. I was there was no orchestra was DJ it with a bunch of orchestral records. So I was doing a mash up of like Scibelli, Mahler Beethoven, and that was that was the score. And then I had a ensemble of singers that were singing. Melodies without words that were all derived directly from song Sparrow, melodies, so strange birds. The name of the show. They didn't sound exactly like birds. I slowed down the melodies so that the they became very theoretical. And they work are monoply, but certainly in terms of a conventional opera was it wasn't that. But what was what was funny about that particular one is it was listed in the New Yorker, right underneath, like Leveaux or something that was at the met and so actually had quite a few people that came expecting something a little bit more conventional. I do remember one one one woman who was was. Clearly an opera go because she had her code, and she had a New Yorker magazine on her. And she was so mad at me as you she really, she really was mad. Because it was loud, and it was not what she was expecting when she when she leftovers should not pay. Well, she didn't really say, but while I can say a lot of people were. Tortuous event or anything? But it was certainly something that, that. Would be unexpected for someone expecting possible an interview that you did. I don't remember where I thought it right? Heard actually you mentioned something that I had never thought about. And you mentioned how opera now like, you know, in the nineteenth century, require, like hundreds of people working to make it happen, except now we all computers making it happen. Computers, are what no help the audio the light and everything. So. Interesting to me that we are still not, not, not you, obviously, but people are still trying to pretend like operators, like completely computer. Let's art form. Right. So, yeah. Was also part of why you bring computers center up the work you to remind people about well. I'm just thinking about our contemporary world and our society, our culture and very digital technologically driven culture. So that becomes a lot of talk about. It's not so much because I, I'm trying to swore the classical coup stick opera tradition or anything like that. But this but about the, the tradition operated is one of the one of the Hugh art forms that really. Where the institutions really he fit in another time and place. Because the truth of the matter is, if you go to the metric sample. They commissioned, some new operas, but for the most part, you really listening to eighteenth and nineteenth century, your akin classical music, and. I love some of those offers, but it seems very, very removed from where we are right now as a culture and if one imagines where those operas were in the eighteenth and nineteenth century. They were actually quite connected to their society and culture at the time and talking about issues that were of contemporary concern. They're using a musical language that was very current. So really I feel like I'm making operas, but I'm using our current musical language and set of possibilities, which involves laptops computers, electronic music, certainly, once you do that, then, you sort of have to ask the question of, whether you need that operatic singing voice, and you don't because the operatic singing voice is actually a an engineered instrument. Visit this performed beautifully by opera singers that sing at the met so it's great in an acoustic. All but once you start to work with electronics microphones, then you don't need that immense projection that's sort of the quintessential opera voice that people are expecting. Once once you have a microphone, you can speak. So you certainly couldn't hear Renee Fleming. She started to do that at the met. So there's a reason why that voice exists actually technological reason to begin with. So upper actually thing about technology, the opera has always been highly technological, because it's always been an enormous operation involve, a lot of people stage, mechanics, orchestras, a highly technological device machine. It's just not digital. Right. So you don't touch how you'd think that I'll completely agree. Opera I mean, I'm definitely not classical opera ex but it seems kinda, you know, removed from inaccessible I would say and. Are you interested? Also by default in making opera democratic and having people who don't feel maybe like they belong at the Mets come see opera and be like, hey, I love her. Yeah. Well, you know, that's an interesting question, because I know I'm not being consciously excessive oil, not being consciously democratic in terms of making something I feel more people will, like I, I think if people wanna hear music on stage and they want to hear something really acceptable. They might they might see musical. They might. Watch film that has a lot of music in it or something like that. So it's not so much that it's really just much more. I am situating myself in a very current environment. And also, I, I am something of a Indy. Maker. You know, I don't I don't have equivalent of a label like I don't do these these this isn't a commission from a major opera house orchestra. This is something that I'm doing with a small company that I've worked with for a long time. So then there's also the question of, you know, the, the, the resources what you can do. Outside of the mainstream system as, as I as far as I understand. A lot of your work is also are indispensable art piece that he did at the water mill center. And I'm really fascinated by that, because it's not especially nowadays, it's not very coming to see, you know, artists trying to engage with other artists through their old mediums. Can you talk a little bit about what draws your interest to that? Well, the interest is that the reason why I'm interested in opera in the first place because it's the, the, the biggest mongrel of form. It, it already involves so many art forms already involved literature involves music, and false theaters and balls visual art, especially doing something like this piece, this very strong visual element, so already all those things are in play and also I mean this kinds of offers I've always been interested in whole philosophical aspect to it. There's an idea at stake, nothing another point as well. So I've always been interested in interfacing, all sorts of different are. So the piece we did a water mill, for example. That is, that's an opera in a particularly stretch sense of the word, although intended use that word even with that these where we responded to a collection of sculptures in the collection of Robert Wilson. The, the well-known theater director and offer director. He has a collection of, of art objects from around the world did our non western art objects. So we thought it would be interesting to, to bring those objects out into the large space where people do performances there and just respond to them, and make the sculptures half of the performance in terms of the performance. So their presence space was just as important as us as human beings in the idea was to have some kind of, of vocal encounter with the with the sculptures, and it was also a piece that, that was open as long as the gallery was opened. So it wasn't really a beginning middle end sort of thing. It was a space and. Experienced it becomes really interesting. Have you read yet? The that payments will infamous guessed by now Quincy Jones and every doing around over the internet. No. Okay. Well, anyway, the must read it completely insane. But there's a part of the interview where he talked about how one of his most his favorite discoveries in all of his life when he saw an ancient map. You know, when the continents were closer together before they played, okay? Yeah. And how he sets phrases. That Africa was like next to China. So he says that he has this year that you don't be and Britain's were inherited two different continents rack. He's like why? That's maybe why drums in Chinese music, are similar to Trump and African music. And obviously made me think about the low mecca. Right. So why, you know why Alan Lomax and your passengers start with John and other people? No Alan Lomax is quite well for me. Alan was more famous cintas bothered by out after I learned about Alan Alan Lomax. I think most people know about him as someone who's involved in American folk music, and someone not as folk music, but also blues, and that he for example, recorded muddy waters and lead belly for the first time and recorded jelly roll. Morton avast archive action Jones more, especially these oral histories that he did. So he's famous really I think, is an American folklorist and, and blues experts later in his life. He got really interested in the whole world. And that's when he started to work with world music. I wasn't really familiar with that. I read a book by John sweat that came out seven or eight years ago called the man who reported the world. L Nomex really in. I bought it because I wanted to hear more about what he was doing in the fifties viable all that, but then found out about the stuff that he did later in his life. That was really his life project in the end because he sort of reached the pinnacle of what he could do being a world of thority on whole songs, and he was in his forties, and he really wasn't ambitious person. And like, what am I going to do next? I guess it's going to be the entire world. Went out, and he really started this massive project to really understand the entire world of total total system and understanding for for music from around the world. So that that vision was fascinating. And it also is highly. Questionable in some ways. Imagine that really one can understand something as bad for the entire world or, or even another culture that year. You're not from. Especially with when one puts a set of grids numbers on things. So it product, this, all of all of these all these interesting things that were, there were contradictory. There's some things that were really fascinating about it. His ambition is actually, his skill building this system. But then there's also the whole cultural aspect of it, it seems like there's all sorts of problems still tin with the idea of putting all of the cultures of the world into some kind of numerical system, then is in coded, and then you get all this data Brown and then you come up with results based on that. So that was kind of problematic aspect of it, but it's the mix of the two that really drives me 'cause it's if this was just like a, you know, some kind of critique of Lomax, that's all it was. I would have no inspiration write music. And it's not that I think Lomax fascinating amazing ambitious person. So it's actually to those together that makes it interesting. I was really curious. Because, you know, when you're growing up and even talked people tell you like frame, personal breaks person, Alan Lomax. And I mean, I, I've had musicians numbers, I don't even want to tell you how long memories like multiplication tables, third grade. I've always been terrible at it, but many musicians of pointed out how there's numbers music. There's patient. And just find that to be vaccinating and confusing to and also your churning like Alan Lomax music into numbers, which now you're turning into music. So are you a lot a left and right? Brain kind of person. List of concept. Even makes sense that absolately. Yeah. I think I think there's a couple of questions embedded in that. And yes, I think I the right brain left brain things. Always what's at the core of, I think all of the pieces, that I've done some relay between intuition, this music on its visceral in, in a visceral way and a very conceptual way of thinking about things that might be about computers, but it might just be very conceptual not visceral, bringing those things together society for me. But yeah, Lomax what I think it would be useful to explain this process, because it, it's actually quite simple. But one has to understand a little bit of Alamo max system to understand what we're doing. So what he did is he, he invented a system called canto metrics. So it it's the word itself is a Neil gist. That means the measurement of songs of canto metrics. He assembled vast team involved with many, many people from every Allah, g you could imagine. So psychologists yet linguistic anthropology sociology. And he had this interdisciplinary human sciences research team in the sixties. And the idea was to find a way that you could hold by the songs of the world based on their behavioral characteristics. That was the main part of it. So his what he did is he made a list of characteristics of songs. Exactly thirty seven and they were things like tempo things like hich things like rhythmic ho he sickness things that make sense to a western musician. But then there are other things like what is the l-? Level of global activity. Or what is the nasal allergy of voice was level of maize -ality? What is the social political organization of the vocal. So he had these. Characteristics that he was analyzing weren't really traditional music characteristics. They're much more like anthropological even physiological things, and he put them all into a system had thirty seven lines. And then he had a team of people that were listening thousands and thousands of songs, and they had cards that they scored each line of this thirty seven line system, and they look to song. They say you know, melody five vocal organization, be three depending on what you're listening to after he had assembled all of these profiles. He put them onto punchcards put them into an IBM three sixty mainframe, computer, and shoved away a lot of statistics and numbers and came up with songs that were kind of like virtual songs ideal songs because there are an average of all. The numbers that he got the individuals. So he would have a song that was African the modal profiles where you call that was the average of all the numbers from all the songs from Africa resulted in one profile one song, and so that is what we're using our school. We are taking those numbers in, we're then using that as the score to generate a song it, theoretically should have something to do with the original song, because it started with real songs went into numbers into the computer. We're taking reversing the process, turning them back into songs. So that's sort of the experiment of the offer to see what happens when we do that every minds remember years ago when some Nevil arts student town magnified some notes that Bosh had drawn in someone's plus years. And then she played them. Song. Oh, it was really, really fascinating. I wanna know who that is interesting, interesting project. Thank you so much for, for today's episode of Mexico theater performance cast if you have questions comments or opinions are different from our own love to hear from you can find us on Twitter at maximum. And I'm at say so these Mayenne, if you enjoy the show. Please a rating and reunite tunes over ever listen to podcasts. 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The Imbalanced History of Rock and Roll: Robert Johnson Revisited Part 1

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The Imbalanced History of Rock and Roll: Robert Johnson Revisited Part 1

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Go back and give you both of those episodes with our normal Monday release and special Thursday release of part two, so dig into Robert Johnson in the progenitor of the blues and next week. Get ready to have your mind blown on the imbalance history of rock and roll as we talk about brother Robert. Episode, twenty nine the imbalance history of rock and roll I'm ray good. I'm Markus in the darkest, and we're about to go down to that crossroads and fine where the blues began I guess where it came from before it began as always the imbalance history of rock and roll is brought to you by our good friends at crooked eye brewery with a cure for what ails you since twenty fourteen, and we thank them for their support. We are part of the Pantheon podcast network one. One of many great podcasts on Pantheon checkout their distribution hub, and you can find them on pretty much. Every phone world I think at this point, and that's why we seem to have more listeners lately for our podcast, and we thank everyone Pantheon, and all of you for helping to make that a reality. A lot of you've been there since the first episode. We thank you all for listening to the imbalance history of rock and roll, you asked. Where do we start? We, start at the end. The end of what well the end of our story a Robert. Johnson is a central figure in the balloons. He was born in nineteen eleven, which is after most of the other people who are in our story today He died under unusual circumstances which will get to right. Yes, crazy story and August of one, thousand, nine, hundred, thirty, eight, and one of the things that we both realized. Is that when it? It comes to rock and roll. That would make him the original charter member of the Twenty Seven Club because he was twenty seven years old when he died. A lot has been talked about when it comes to the legends surrounding Robert Johnson and the deal he supposedly made with the devil, but I think we should probably talk about Johnson, and maybe one or two other early progenitor of the blues on this episode before. We dig into the the previous history Johnson had a really tough life like a lot of people did in Mississippi One hundred years ago. It. Okay, wikipedia put it this. He was an American Blues Singer Songwriter Musician. His landmark recordings in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, six, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, seven, display, a combination of singing, guitar skills and songwriting talent that has influenced later generations of musicians. Johnson's poorly documented. Life and death have been given rise to much legend, the one most closely associated with his life is that he sold his soul to the Devil at a local crossroads. Near Clarksdale Mississippi. Yes to achieve musical success, he is now recognized as a master of the blues, particularly as progenitor of the Delta Blues. Style and that's where wikipedia started and just scratched the surface marcus. They really did just scratched the surface. When it comes to what happened in Robert Johnson's life and career, still even though we have dug into it and so many other people have dug into it in a insanely deeper way, there is still a ton that is absolutely unknown. Yeah, with a lot of what I. Call Blank spaces and we. We find that in the period before Robert Johnson reemerges. As a fully formed blues player because he was known, but not known for particularly for his great playing ability early in his life, he was a club. He wanted to play. The worst way in his life was horrible. I mean his he. He was a sharecropper farmer His wife went with child to her grandmother's house to give birth while he worked while he worked in wrap things up and followed up, but then he went on a walkabout, and at the end of the walkabout he gets there, and he finds out that his wife dial and childbirth and the baby died as well. And all he wants to do is play guitar and pass the time I mean it's hard. He was broken, I think he was completely broken his her parents, who were very religious southern baptists at that time blamed it on the devil's music that he was playing, and that the devil had killed their baby and their grandchild, and so there you have that. And that brings in the pentecostal Baptist conflict which you see. Two different styles emerge in music that are influential in music, coming out of those two different areas. Where you also bring up something very interesting that we were talking about the other day, and that is the inference that this music or that music is the devil music, and it is been everything since Robert Johnson probably before has been labeled that way by people who don't understand a certain genre. Or feeling in music, and he he he had to deal with a lot of that too absolutely, but so did all the musicians before him his the his influences the people that he wanted to be were called US whatever servants of Satan or whatever for. Wicked music. By! About inside and it's crazy. I mean the term rock and roll came from about the late eighteen hundreds early nine hundred slang for fucking, and there you go, so let's get to rock and roll has Deroga-. But yeah, so there's this period of time and son House. The legend son houses in this story as well because he's one of the people that put forth the that. Johnson had made a deal with the devil and I don't know whether he told that story before Johnson died or after, but I do know that he was the one who kinda helped to solidify that and son House was one of Robert's heroes. He was a little older, and he would hang around, and he was one of the guys who noticed that one Thai. They hadn't seen Robert in a long time. Time and we talked about how he wandered all over Mississippi for what a year to year and a half! Yeah, and it's Kinda crazy. Think about this Mississippi at that time had more lynchings than any other state in the nation I mean there's so many lynchings that we don't even know about that. Happened of undocumented people or people that are documented whose records just disappeared, and so these people were lynched, they disappeared. Also. I'm going to road there. Don't take. Up. I'm. Going to roll. They're gonNA take. Burma? N-. Go to? Riba. How this guy wandered through Mississippi with the guitar. By himself without getting lynched or without being harmed, but then comes back a Guitar Virtuoso I. Know Raises a lot of questions, and of course, here's one. There's one of them okay. During that time between when son House in his his buddies last saw Robert Johnson. It was a longtime year year and a half. Is it possible this practice practice practice for the year so when they? They didn't see him that he was just out there practicing and that he really just would sit and play by the side of the road. If he saw trouble coming down the road, he'd maybe jump off into the into the woods, or whatever to avoid coming across anybody from the K.. K. K. whatever whatever the trouble could be right. Yeah, maybe he just did that. That maybe he just practiced, or that's what I think. May Two but Zahn House swore that Robert. Johnson told him that at that crosser is a there's a landmark there now. It's outside of Clarksdale Mississippi that Johnson met this shadowy figure the devil and said he'd make him a deal. I'll take your soul, but I'll give you whatever you want. And he said I want to. To be able to play the guitar, and be a Master of the Blues Right So, the word is the devil tuned up the guitar play. A few notes handed back to them, and suddenly Johnson was able to play now. That Seems Pretty Damn remarkable far fetched in any way you look at it realistically. What does he more positive? Is They Johnson practice and include worry could. Every day and then came back when he walks into that place where son houses playing and walks in then you know it makes sense a little bit more where there would be a definitely marked improvement in his ability to play, because before that like you said he was just plodding along, you could barely play chords in stock. And he had super long fingers, and I was watching a documentary on Netflix about the crossroads and Robert Johnson, and they said that when he came back and played, he threaded into that bar for the first time after that year and a half being run as walkabout, he added a seventh string to his guitar. Legend about that to. The whole story of the whole story because they didn't go into details, but He's. He has five strings on as good, but still I mean what's up with that and I still want to know what happened during that year and a half I would love to know and there's people there are people who know who have that information who haven't come forward yet or who haven't been able to pass that legend on or something hasn't been found. Something will be found so all is happens Google looking for it? Because that's what it is I would go so all this happens and all of a sudden. He's getting pretty popular as a player and in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty six. He goes to find this guy H C spire He was a businessman. had a store in town there. Jackson, a talent Scout he put Johnson in touch with a guy named Ernie Ortega who. who was a salesman for the ARCA label group and we've heard about them. They put a lot of people's records out. Johnson gets introduced to Don Law to record. His first sessions the first of only really a couple of sessions that he would have in his life. It was in San, Antonio Texas November, twenty third through the twenty fifth in one, thousand, nine, hundred, thirty six. They even have it marked room, four fourteen of the Gunter Hotel. Brunswick records set up an ad hoc little studio recordings setup. Johnson had three days of sessions and during that time he played sixteen songs in a car. I guess there were alternate takes some of those later May the light of day. And there was a whatnot situation you if you see any of the artwork depicting it. Or I don't think it was a photo, but it might have been. There's two photos known of Robert Jackson. I I saw one. One is the portrait that we see. But I saw an artist representation of the studio setup in this hotel for the session and Johnson is facing the wall, which has been noted in testified to buy. Some. People say well. Maybe he was shy and stuff like that, but recruiter Reiko Gouda He. Slouch on the slide guitar himself It was he said in the notes for the King of the Delta Blues Singers but cooter put it forth. That might have been what they call corner loading where face facing the corner against two walls to helps add some power to the voice, not that Johnson from all the recordings that we do have really needed much. Much help with with that, but you know we're talking about all about acoustics and just a microphone or two tops. How they were able to capture his sound his feel the way they did is remarkable in the fact that we're able to feel the music the way we do if it would if it was done any worse I, don't know when the blue would've. Yes well, it's it's. It's what it added to rock and roll because you realize this is towards the end of his life, but in those sessions there in San Antonio did come on in my kitchen. Kind hearted woman blues. I believe I'll dust my broom and the crossroad blues. and He Oughta Devil Song. What's that is a song about the devil to like the devil blues or something like that in his repertoire, while they're the to tracks that were released, and they did on seventy, eight double sided seventy eights in those days it was the terror plane. Blues backed with last fair deal gone down. They were the only recordings that he would live to hear any went to Dallas and did another session with Don log at a makeshift studio at the Warner Brothers building that was June, nineteen, twenty, one, thirty seven. Again Brunswick had set everything up for him to do this recording eleven records from this session would be released the following year. He did two takes most of the songs while he was doing that, but it was unusual them, but they recorded everything. They didn't just do the the good. Keep the good takes. They recorded everything. And Spears a pretty interesting character himself. So. He ran this store. In a black neighborhood, and so he was in touch with the community and the culture, he worked as a scout for companies like Okay Victor Columbia Vo Kellyanne Deca an paramount, which turned out to be one of the biggest selling blues labels in this era of the blues, that was an integral part of the process getting music out back then the introduced the the likes of. Robert Johnson and Son House Charley Patton and Skip James and a whole lot more but. Now, the other Guy Don law was He was English born, but he was an American record producer. He did those e produce those those recordings as the head of country. Music for Columbia records believe in, not they put it in the country division at so crazy, but it makes sense I mean there's it's Mississippi Delta Blues. So there's that contract. Guitar, Yeah. Some of his other, actually worked with and was famous for breaking. We're Bob Wills and flats and scruggs and lefty frizzell people like that Johnny cash might hurt him I am man I got a Lotta Columbia Johnny cash in my collection three that much. Well! The thing is the legend of Johnson had already begun because he'd become what he wanted to be. He could get gigs at all the right road houses and he was. He was living. In New Choice. Choice in the survey. It's where he. Either snow, they'll. Do The nineteen thirties, people actually had to sneak in to see him at some of the Juke joint subsidies. Yes, and some did we start to get to the point in his life where he's, he's living the life he he wants to live, and if he did make a deal with the devil I say he got short change because he only had the short period of time. Where he was at the top of his game. His death is a chronicle and in lots of different ways, and there's been so much conjecture about it. And before we go there I want to talk a little bit more about his music. His influence on one of my favorite guitar players Eric Clapton is irrefutable and immeasurable I think he even did the Mister Johnson Project where he followed it up at actually had a companion was called sessions for Robert J, where he got everything else south, he really tried to indulge his love. Robert, Johnson and along the way play with some really cool cats to make that music you know and at Clapton. He's just a whole other guy that I. think that doesn't become who he is unless Robert. Johnson was so I think that. That was part of what was behind it for him. So many other guitars from that time period, and so many other musicians in general, even I mean the drummers. The bass players were all influenced by Robert Johnson and his music in some way his influence carried off to that whole generation, and then we ended up with the British invasion because of people like Robert Johnson, because what can happen between Robert Johnson and when they were kids Yep and who they're listening, which is will get to I. Think we're GONNA. We're GONNA have to move forward once. We do this whole this whole part of the blues, which is the earliest days? Now to give you a frame of Reference, the Rock and Roll Hall of fame put four of his songs in set of five hundred or the greatest songs of all time, and you look at what's on their sweet home Chicago. Owners. You. A. Car which is a standard in so many different genres right? Crossroad Blues which led to crossroads in from cream in a million versions of that and Hell Hound on my trail. And Love in vain, which of course the stones made famous. As he knew the devil was coming for him when he wrote that. He said he felt that they felt that maybe the deal he knew the deal was coming. Do you'd better hurry up and get those records in I'm coming for your soul. He died August sixteenth nineteen, thirty eight, as we mentioned at the age of seven, the original member of the twenty-seven inaugural member there was so much conjecture about this, so you and I both started digging into it because I i. don't know that you can say this is the devil come in to claim his soul in any way I in there are a lot of ways. The devil could have made his his point so to speak. Absolutely, and I think this was more of a case of Hubris. Yeah Rabi An over overload of pride would be the sin gets him on this absolutely for pride and being drunk. Only. I don't. Out On. was he was living large. He was large and. Ladies and one of them happened to be a married lady, or at least he was making. Oh? They did. Oh, tell me about this. I don't know much about the arrangement. I was reading the history of the Blues by Francis Davis. And that and the documentary that I saw Netflix mentioned something about some sort of arrangement, and it wasn't a big deal until Robert started being an asshole about it. That's what I remember from the notes that I took and I wasn't fucked up or anything. Like that, so I wasn't wasted when I watched it, but I remembered that him being cool, but then he just he became a jerk, and just went into full asshole mode, and it pissed the bar owner off whose wife he was sleeping with, and what happens, is flirting with her and his past a bottle of liquor, not knowing that the husband had screwed the top off unsealed bottle empoisoned it. Yeah, and I guess his his compadres in the roadhouse that night. WHO's known as Sonny Boy Williamson notice that the seal was broken and knocked it out of his he did. He knocked the bottle out of his hand, and then Robert was like. Screw you! I'm on. Pick it up and drank it. He's like how dare you. Three dollar bottle of whiskey or something like that how? Could out of my hands. You don't ever knock. Don't ever NOCCO bottle of whiskey out of my hands or anything like that it was considered an ultimate insult, embar life in those days, but at the same time you never ever drank from an open bottle of whisky. If you ordered the bottle, you broke the seal. Yourself S. absolutely that was the rule. It is and I think you know it's the same thing with the in today's culture. You don't leave an unattended drink in a bar. There's been to many make. Poisons cowardly thing to do so that night. Johnson's not feeling good. And you know, and there's witness to this because of Sonny boy, Williamson and he's not feeling well and the next. The the end is actually kind of sketchy. But as best as I've been able to figure out. Yeah, he suffered bad each suffered. They poisoned him good like some sort of hemlock gas poisoning, and they didn't do an autopsy when they said there was no official cause of death I always gotten the jealous husband. Aspect I always hit assumed that he was shot for his. His his activities so to speak, but no, so he spends three days still trying to do is thank still trying to perform and do his thing probably still drinking, but at least the liquor wasn't poisoned, but he had something that they figure what might have been strychnine and They said so the no op autopsy was done. He was found dead by the side of the road near. Near a farm, probably making his way to the next thing, there was no death certificate no record and they're not even sure where they buried them, and there's markers out there one place, but there could have been any number of places in that area where they bury people that they didn't know who they were especially a black person in America a one, thousand, nine, hundred, thirty eight. Ismal in Mississippi absolutely was awful so. That's how he dies. And it brings into the story. Sonny boy. He was actually. Sonny Boy Williamson to by the time got. He got pretty popular started life as Rice Miller. And went by the name, little boy blue. He started calling himself Sonny Boy Williamson, but he didn't know that there already was a sonny boy, Williamson in Chicago so they began in history. They began referring to him as Sonny Boy Williamson to, and he's quite a character in and of himself He's one of the guys that got me at a lot of the sixties and seventies guys. Guys into this wave of the American blues before he may be before some people discovered Robert Johnson I have a couple of his albums and it's just amazing the difference between the Delta Blues, and the Country Blues that we've been talking about is stunning He first recorded with Elmore James. Name. That becomes even more and more prominent moving forward. August my broom He did bring it on home. The Way Dixon Song. He was right in the pocket with all those guys, and there's a lot of dispute about when he was actually born because he was born. In eighteen while they're saying nineteen twelve, but they're saying it could have been born as as far back as eighteen ninety seven. There was a lot of disparity about these things. Kept that information kind of quiet because they didn't want people to know how old they were, and not only that they didn't. As good a birth certificate records in the rural areas of America in general, so it didn't matter who you were. The rural records were not as well kept at that time period, but he started recording for Checker records in the thirties, and he worked with big Joe Williams and Elmore James Robert Lockwood junior and other legend. Basically, he relocated his life to Arkansas to live with his sister and her husband. Are you ready? who was how Wolf Chester? Burnett no It was sunny Williamson's brother. So. That laid some of its first recordings for trumpet records and The thing about trump it was is that it would fold in one, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty five, and as they were breaking up all its assets, and so things off his records, and his contract and everything were sold to chess records in Chicago city blues. The stuff that he was working on was heading in this direction, and it was part of what the rock and roll would latch onto including. Album that I had that. I, listen to all the time. song he wrote with Elmore James called one way out. You might have heard about it. The allman brothers of course, making it more famous in the seventies than it was back then, but check out the band for his first album on chess records. Label folds and then all the assets could sold, and you figure in the dustbin right now. They broke out the eighteen sunny boy on harmonica muddy waters. Oh my Gosh! Be Rogers. Is Span Willie Dixon Robert Junior Lockwood and fred below on drums. My goodness, that is a lineup that's where he rolled for quite a long time until he died in nineteen, sixty five, and he was one of the guys that a lot of seventy suburban high school kids who were falling in love with the blues discovering. That's how I found him. One thing that is not Remember the fire that they had at universal their storage facility. We need to do an episode on that we will, but we can include the story of Sonny. Boy Msn in there, too, because his work was among those lost in the fire. Buddy I wanNA take a break, but I got a little thing I. WanNa give you hear a little thought. I'm Robert Johnson. Who is really the big figure here? There were a large number of blues, players, men, and some very important women who had created the desire for blues mastery in the Robert. Johnson versus the devil legend Johnson's clearly the master of the Delta Blues there are other regions as well Texas the Piedmont other country regions birthing developing their local versions of the blues. Sometimes, it was timing. That's at the John Part or instrumentation, but the commonality to all of it is the feeling you get. When you listen to the blues, and Marcus you know when I'm thirsty where I'M GONNA head whenever I need a frosty coup, delicious craft beer I'm talking about crooked eye brewery right in the heart of hat borough, the place that is open now and able to seat people outdoors on the freshly paved beer, garden and music inside a couple of nights. They're still doing the. The online open mic a couple nights to the best way to find out what's going on. A crooked eye is to go to their social media page facebook. It's crooked eye brewery easy to find, and it'll tell you how to get to their brewery right there at York in Montgomery in the heart of Hambro. Tell you what I'm excited to head up to hat borough. Borough and enjoy one of those cold pints. They have some really really good beers and I'm curious to see what they've been doing as far as brew making during the Pandemic Oh. Jeff's been busy I know that in he and and Paul had been keeping the brewery going and we're excited to see that life is starting to return to semi normal. They're crooked eye some. Some. Nice cold. Be Read on the patio and if you don't feel safe sitting around with everybody else enjoying the Bruschi, you can always bring your growl, or they'll fill your crowder, or they've got sixteen ounce cans already made free and ready to go. Crooked is serving the cure for what ails you since twenty fourteen, and we thank them for their support of a podcast. It's episode one eighty, nine of the imbalanced history of rock and roll. You Know Ray told me we started with the crossroads the devil legend all of that. And we've moved on, and we are actually looking back at some of the people who were before Robert Johnson who really made a difference to get to Robert Johnson, and some of the the basis for did did blues were become in a formal way I mean it started out in the fields with people singing, and the talented guys who who were created with the lyrics often got to be the singers right and it Kinda led to a lot of them, being able to fill a a roadhouse with her voice with no amplification. You know that Kinda think Yep and being that. They were all very religious people. They were singing in their churches whether they be pentecostal whether they. They be Baptist churches. There was always singing going on in the churches, so this kind of carried out from there, but fields don't forget the love yields. They were always singing, but it was a different kind of song. If it. If it went away from the religious song, it would become more of a political song, but done in a subtle way and in a clever way there's one figure that really made a big difference. And he didn't. He didn't live a long life, but he he he is considered revered by the rock and Roll Hall of fame. You went in in eighty eight. He's in the Louisiana. Music Hall of fame He went by the name lead belly. Born huddy or Depending upon how you pronounce it William Ledbetter. He became lead belly He got his first instrument, which was an accordion from his uncle. And he actually even though he's always pictured the pictures you see of lead belly has a guitar. He played a lot of different instruments and started to develop his own style of playing, and that's part of what these guys were doing in a vacuum. If you think about it, there were a lot of saloons and brothels dance halls in the area they call. He got his start playing red light district. Yeah, fourteen years old well. Here's the part. Here's the funny part. They called it the bottoms in those days in Shreveport now these days it's referred to his ledbetter heights, which is his last name, Lau, and by the age of sixteen, because he was playing the red light, join ta father, two kids by the age of sixteen I did not know that that is crazy stuff. We're learning here on cast I hope you're learning whether it's it's insane. And at twelve left school to work the land, and then he started playing the Juke joints in the. The Red Light district places at night, and he from there, and I guess he was a natural talent with the music and could play guitar like nobody's business. We have music all around them. While he was imprisoned which we discuss prior to this. He was a few times in his life once I think for shooting his own wife. was that right now for killing a relative over a wife Oh okay, it was a complicated life back then, but that's where they think he might have hurt. I heard a midnight special, which is a song? He would sing a lot of often through the years. A! With John, Lomax and his son Alan Lomax who if you don't know were commissioned by Library Congress to go out and document these great blues players that they'd heard so much about so that there would be recordings of the music, and it would be preserved for future generations, not knowing what it might lead to, but we're glad that they did absolutely yell lead belly, and he got his nickname supposedly maybe a couple of reasons one was the while he was in prison. He can handle the worst moonshine and not get sick like that. That bathtub moonshine stuff that God gut yeah rotgut. And supposedly was shot in the stomach with a shotgun, and still had pellets in his stomach. The two reasons I saw that could have been why he got his nickname lead belly. He was in prison, got stabbed in the neck and the knife fight in any almost killed the guy because he got mad. On. Where do you almost done his? He was almost done his sentence. And all this is happening. And they went to the governor to intercede on his behalf and ain't actually got them released from prison They came down initially to do some recordings, and they had they the crude metal metal desk, which was like a a barrel, and they would cut it into that, and then they could transfer it off there if they could at all, and then it came back with better equipment in thirty four. Four and recorded his stuff for the library Congress in some some of that is the best documentation. There is of his his voice, really yeah, one of the when he got out of prison one time, he wrote a song for Governor Pat Morris of taxes to pardon him, and so because he took the time to write the governor song. The governor pardoned him on his last an office. You know things like that. Do happen throughout the throughout the history a time when it comes to partners, doesn't it? And because he had big hands, he was a twelve string guitar player, which was very rare for the blues men. At that time he was one of the few that played a twelve string, and it was his. I think in the end his instrument of choice because he could get so much out of it yet for the songs he was singing, he took. took part in something here in the Philadelphia that was called the Smoker Group A. Modern Language Association meeting, Bryn Mawr College in nineteen, thirty four Lomax, he'd Kinda hooked him up with that. The dad because he had had a lecturing engagement and to be at Bryn MAWR at this stage of his life I. It introduced his music to so. So many people and we talked a little bit about the dynamic of the intellectual and moderate to liberal people being exposed to the blues, initially as part of cultural experience or curiosity, and then they being the people who would be the ones leading the charge in America for promoting these guys on this is one of those cases where it helped and they. They were. They were all wanting to write about the the singing. Convict was the the basis of the articles and Time magazine. actually had newsreels that they did and included him in that got him in front of other audiences who didn't know they had heard of then they all and heard let us lead belly character. Oh my goodness, he. He and sing. He recorded a bunch of stuff when he was on all the blues labels and stuff. They there that you'd WanNa be on Nirvana. Did a tribute to him on the unplugged record. Guess they did. Where did you sleep last night in the pines, and it's a brilliant on his version as haunting and scary, dark and beautiful all at the same time and I. Think Nirvana did a brilliant job capturing in that moment? Yeah, and it showed that they know more than just about where they live. You know. It showed that they all studied their roots girl. A girl don't. Be. A. And on in the pond. Known ever. ooh! Any part in. The Don't even John I'm. Not. There were some things that happened for lead belly. I don't want to I know we're talking a bit about him, but I think it's worth it to spend the time. He went back to prison again in nineteen, thirty nine, and then after he got out young Lomax Allen took him under his wing and After he got out, he appeared regularly on his Nicholas. Ray's cranberry breaking radio show on CBS radio network was huge back then it was called back where I come from so it was broadcast nationwide and he was getting into the the that kind of a circle. He was playing in new. York, and the area became part of the folk music. Music Blue. Seen that interest in the Sonny. Terry and Brownie mcghee. He met Woody Guthrie Pete Seeger and they're all performers who were on that radio show with them, and that's where he started fit into the folk revival in the folk song circle, and was accepted by them. It's weird because our guest around the same time that Lou Gehrig's famous speech about having what we call. Do GEHRIG's disease forever? A ls the same disease. struck lead belly hit. Lou GEHRIG's Dan 'cause he died at sixty. He lived for a while. Yeah, he lived for a long Tom with leg, Lou Gehrig did well. He lived, but I don't know how long after his diagnosis but. He died of Al.. We were starting to do the research here about that, and there's one other thing that was very key, and this isn't GonNa. Be Too surprising that Bob Dylan credits lead belly for getting him into folk music. Because of the recordings whether it's on the radio broadcasts. He hurt dealing credited lead belly, so thank you with lead belly, forgiving us, Bob Dylan and all the great music. Zimmerman and there's another character, though a lot of these guys were born in the eighteen hundreds. You know Born in Eighteen, ninety, three or ninety nine. They're not sure ninety, four, ninety, five, ninety, six, ninety, seven, or ninety, eight, or even eighteen, eighty nine. Who knows it was Walter e Furry Lewis. Tonight. Rainy Blues Sixers. Move. On we be, be. Wall me. if. He was country blues, he was from Memphis one of the few blues musician in the twenties debris brought out of retirement because he was getting up there, and he got a whole new career during the folk blues revival again in the nineteen sixties, he was exposed to all kinds of music in his youth, and as he traveled including Bessie. Smith, he had a lot of guys that he traveled with a eventually got tired of the travel and the road and took A. A permanent job in nineteen twenty two as a street sweeper for Memphis the city of Memphis, which he worked till he was retired in nineteen, sixty six, but that allowed him to continue to perform in Memphis, which is where he started, make a lot of influence on the younger generation from his little spot down there, and he was a feature performance in the Memphis Blues Caravan Seventy to look at the lineup for that. You've got him. You've got book awaits Sleepy John St's. Hammy Nixon and Memphis. Piano read all these guys. Most Vincent, and he opened twice for the rolling stones by the way I performed on the tonight show, Johnny Carson and he's the things they started. Find out we started looking around. It is the amount history of rock and roll, and we are looking into Robert Johnson and the progenitor of the blues one of them. Them is a woman that we talked about in our foundations of rock and roll episode Ma Rainey definitely a progenitor of the blues. We knew it influencing performers who later became popular especially. Bessie Smith who performed with her. Then you've got bessie herself. bessie Smith the empress of the blues. She was probably the most popular female blues singer of the Nineteen Twenties and And was on Columbia records, and was widely recorded and respected and I I suggest if you don't know Ra- musically to go and check her out online. I'm sure you can just type in Bessie. Smith and it'll pop right up. Nobody knows you when you. Basically. She was the Queen Eighteen. But she died a tragic death to and like I saw a recurring theme in the Blues Zinc. It seems like it I mean. Some of the songs were very sad very heartbreaking about hard life tough life, but you also had some very happy songs, and some very good songs as well that we're very loving, so bessie Smith Nineteen, thirty seven. She's so popular. She's had a crazy life. we were talking about her lover. Richard Morgan who accepted her bisexual tendencies and they became a couple for the rest of her life, which ended in September They're driving on route sixty one from Memphis to Clarksdale and Richard, Morgan Driving misjudged the speed of a slow moving truck. tire marks at the scene. They say suggested he tried to avoid the truck by driving around with less side and hit the rear of the truck at high speed, and Besse's arm was hanging out the window, and her arm was sheared off. It was a horrific scene she ended up at the Afro. American hospital in Clarksdale where they amputated or right arm, and she never regained consciousness. I guess you'd lost. Lost too much blood. Her grace was unmarked until Janice. Joplin paid to have a marker. Put there in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy. I. Don't know it's very sad tragedy because she was the empress in God knows what else would have gone on after that I. Don't know look at listen to the songs that she is downhearted blues baby, won't you please come home taint nobody's business if I do these are American standards, empty bed, blues and The all. All time favorite of mine is nobody knows you. When you're down and out, which helped spark interest in her during the American folk revival, because people like Oh. De and Dave Van Rock were playing it also drummer, please Nina. Simone hit number twenty three on the billboard. RB Chart in nineteen sixty with a version of nobody knows you when you're down and out your grown girl Nina. It's Robert Johnson and the progenitor. The Blues here on the Imbalance History of rock. Rock and roll. We're getting. We're going along this week. Buddy! Yeah, we are we are we go without talking about big bill bruins. Here's a guy who is larger than life. Man. self fiddle from a cigar box. When he was a kid, came from the world of spirituals and folk songs played country blues. He urban is the blues with themes and Song, content and then in the fifties later return to country blues as part of the American folk revival. Key! To the highway. And I'm viewed. And bound that goal. Going to lead Ronin. Walking. But bruins was all about a big life. He opened the doors for blues. Men The tour in Europe. He got critical praise and standing ovations over there and got other people to come over, and and in that became a regular trip over for people like Sonny Terry and Brownie mcghee and Pete Seagram and Muddy and all the gang from Chess John. Lennon of the Beatles also cited Brune Z. as an early influence, but he recorded. Recorded two hundred twenty four songs in a fifteen year career, and that's a pretty pretty amazing output for that time next up on our hit. Parade is Albert Hunter. You remember her. We talked to her about the foundation of Women in rock and roll did her career thought it was over right and became a nurse and worked as a nurse for years before resuming her career in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy seven it. It, just one of those one of those names that comes up again and along with Bessie Smith. She was gay or bisexual and that was taboo in those days, and it caused a lot of personal problems that caused her to shy away from the spotlight again i. think what's most impressive about Alberta's the fact that she was able to take the money that she made from her work save it up being able. Able to put enough away to pay for an education become a nurse and then do what she wanted to do until she and she probably sang, lot went to church, saying did all of that and continue to sink throughout her life, she got back into it, and then she got back into it and just fine-tuned chops again our next person that we want to talk about here. We don't have a birthday for Charlie. Pack. He died April eighth. Nineteen thirty four Delta Blues was his thing. Hundreds yeah I would definitely, and they're just not sure when seventies. Many to be the father of the Delta Blues because he obviously was before Robert Johnson, and he's one of those guys that Robert Johnson looked up to when he was trying to make his way to be in the hot gun lot of conjecture about his mixed heritage. He was part African, American and part. We think we were talking about it. We think Cherokee Cherokee. We definitely looks. They said they weren't sure if his ancestry included Mexican. American or Cherokee American. The native indigenous to the land, he, his ability to throw his voice. We talked about the power, the voice gain from maybe singing in church that he influenced largely people like Howling Wolf, and with his Hollarin' kind of sound, you know. He was a big influence to Jimi Hendrix to with his guitar play, and he was the guy who played behind his back, and all that stuff. That's right. That's right then we get back to the Mississippi's. There were two guys who went by the name. Mississippi John Hurt who was born in eighteen, ninety three self, taught worked as a sharecropper, started playing dances and parties like so many guys did any integrate finger picking style? The people loved. Made sides for Okay Records Division of Columbia and the twenties nothing really worked out for him as far as like having a big hit record that he could you know by the farm with the money or anything like that? They located him in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, three, and they guys, Dick Spotswood and Tom Hoskins, and they want him to move to DC, so they could record them for the library Congress and sixty four was part of the American folk. Blues Revival. Where was all tied together, and that really helped people to rediscover law? The Blues. Man of John Hurts era He played in the university coffeehouse circuit. He played at folk festivals and. Things like that and it was a real great spokesman for the Delta, Blues recorded albums for Vanguard Records His songs are also ended up on albums by Dylan Dave Van Rock Jerry Garcia back. Police officer. How can be? Rest. Cruel staggeringly. Goose, Sag Louis Doc Watson about a wide variety tie Mahal. Bruce Cockburn David Johansen his performance at the nineteen sixty three newport folk festival. They caused his star to rise at the time, and ended up being on the Johnny Carson show that the night show. The other Mississippi is born a little later Mississippi Fred. McDowell, parents were farmers that the died when he was a kid and he he started playing guitar at the age of fourteen, maybe out of necessity he played dances or in the Tennessee area where he was born and raised and he wanted to change, he didn't plow Infield so. He moved to Memphis in nineteen, twenty six, and he's considered a Delta Blues Singer but a lot of people really say he might be the first North Hill Country Blues. Artists and he lived in the hill country, and then he would move away. Remove east to Delta region and has really. Famous people who really wanted to push him to get him his name out there stones on sticky figures that you got to move and Fred said that he really liked that, but he was in that era was most famous for saying and I quote I. Don't play no rock and roll. and. He didn't mind associated with these guys like having the stones. Help pay the rent off of that record, right? But he did an album actually called I. Don't play. No rock and roll recorded down there in Jackson, and I it was his first record. We actually had an electric guitar on it, but by then. I guess he was fully caught up in it he died and seventy two at the age of sixty six, and had an unmarked grave I guess for a while, but Bonnie Raitt saw changing that she was. Was Friends with Fred made sure there's Mississippi Mississippi Blues Trail. Marker in coma where he lived, and his grave is properly marked. We're almost seven. Look at this. I mean this is just crazy. Some of these tie INS, and some of these influences, and the way the path sort of cross, or if they don't cross they sort of weirdly circumvent the parallel lot of parallel lines here and there are a lot of parents. Parallel on. Well you gotta go back again to eight hundred ninety September eighteen, ninety, three lemon Henry Jefferson We always thought. Was a made up name, but he was blind lemon. Henry Jefferson He was the youngest of Seven. started playing guitar in his early teens and playing a picnics and parties like a lot of guys. He was a street musician, playing in the East Texas towns down by the corner you know, but in the early Nineteen Ten's Jefferson started traveling to Dallas specifically to the deep ellum section of Dallas which he would become associated with. Asked. Where he met and played with lead belly, Leadville was got it or something. Around taxes for a while he would, he would help him get around and other people who who took to him because he was such a great performer in return, he learned tricks from Blind Lemon Jefferson that was as payoff or something. Yeah, they traded licks and stuff so so there he is right. He's learning from blind lemon, and he also starts teaching his kid airing Kibo Walker now. The middle name became the first name. He became. T Bone Walker. That's right. Lying for lemon. Jefferson taught t bone Walker. How to play and t-bone style would influence the three kings of the blues. So many other people and helped develop the south of Texas Blues. That's why I'm putting forth the idea. The Blind Lemon Jefferson is really if not the one of the founding fathers of Texas blue. Not Normal. You told me. You don't need Momma. In a very different style than the delta. Blues Delta Blues were Muddier in Dirtier and instrumentation was a little more laid back and country. It was cleaner and taxes. They played a lot cleaner. I guess was one of the ways that it's been described later. That would become the hallmark of the sound of the Texas. Blues selectmen when they went electric 'cause they wanted to be clean and nasty as they cut. Grass Lemon sold records but he he did. He didn't other than teaching a few guys who ended up being all these important guys. He didn't really you know. Take a big influence. And later you know. He didn't really like lured his spot or place. In now before Jefferson only a few artists have recorded Solo Voice and Blues Guitar. The first recording of that is recorded to be a guy named Sylvester Weaver in October of one, thousand, nine, hundred, twenty, three recorded longing for Daddy Blues now Jefferson was recording before that, but he was also using another vocalist and another guitarist. So that. I would to and you got to go. You know what I went on spotify just type in blind lemon Jefferson. Let it take you A. It's unbelievable. That's what I did get it. Because I don't have any of his records, and on either so there's also the first self accompanied Solo. Performer of self composed blue song was right around that time by guy named Lee Moores. Who did the Mailman Blues and I think we know what the Mailman Blues Zone. Unless should just toss mailman in your tire. Maybe it was about that I don't think so, but he had a big influence on people like Furry Lewis and Charlie Pat in Barbecue Bob and it was because of popularity of people like Jefferson and blind. Blake rainy the paramount records that we mentioned earlier in the episode became the Company for the Blues in the Nineteen Twenties the roaring twenty s in one thousand, nine hundred seventy move to okay records, and they quickly got him in the studio recording matchbox blues and the Black Snake Moan, which is I mean that's a legendary blues tune. That was reworked by countless artists through the years. He started to have success, and also omos became a gentleman of the blues. He'd lived a good life. He he being blind, he had people who helped him, and he also made a good buck, and they didn't. They didn't rob him, so a lot of his music was re recorded and re recorded, but what I noticed when? I was listening to his music before we recorded today was that how much his his vocal tone, and his phrasing is reminiscent of Alan Blind Owl Wilson of canned heat, or should I say the other way around is possible? The Blind Lemon was the biggest influence on the blind al. when can't heat broke out in the sixties, just say. He died in one, thousand, nine, hundred, twenty nine. That's pretty early in the life at a younger age, and they say it was Myocarditis, a heart attack right, but again no one was paying that close attention to a black man in the city. Even then even in Chicago he thought the heart attack was brought on after being attacked by a dog, and so there's all these stories. These are the the legends that nobody can really put their finger on Marcus and these legends are what make the story, the blues, even more exciting and more thrilling and more mysterious, so we got blind. Lemon is that we have Arthur Blind Blake. Van Downtown. Born around eighteen ninety six. He started playing blues and Ragtime, which we really didn't tie into this, because it's a whole nother story the time, but he did a lot of records for paramount sold a lot of records, but they don't know that much about I've never been able to find much about his life but basically he was born in Florida, which makes them at a place to a of this ended up in the middle of things, they say that some of the phrasing on his recordings indicates that he may have spent some time along the coast in Georgia the Gulf dialect collar. And Gull Agai Yeah, he's the guy read about. Yeah Blind Willie, Mattel and other blind. I said that his that his real name was Arthur Phelps Not Arthur. Blake but you know again legends that get built around all these guys the thing about Blake. That's most worth noting is that he had that finger picking style that would later be picked up and run with by the Reverend Gary Davis Your mccallion Ri- cooter John. Fahey Ralph Mattel. David Bromberg Leon Red. Red Bone so long list and and the title track of Bob Nineteen, ninety two album good as I been to. You is a cover of blind Blake's. You'RE GONNA. quit me blue, so dylan again in the equation here on the imbalance history of rock and roll and I mentioned blind Willie Mattel, who was born William Samuel mcteer in eighteen, ninety eight. He lived in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, nine, though. He played the Piedmont Blues. He was also ragtime up with some great names for themselves day. These names are fantastic Mattel was known for his fluids syncopated style part of the Piedmont Blues thing that was pretty well known to people who they loo-. They say I know it when I hear it. Played The slide guitar, but he also was pretty good at ragtime as well and he had an influence. Over people like Charlie Patent so. He learned to play guitar when he was a kid. Did Recordings Nineteen Twenty seven for Victor Records? which is part of the whole RCA family, right? Not The family the. he was one of those guys that got tracked down by John Lomax for the folk archives, and the Library of Congress later in the forties He was active in the forties and fifties, playing on the streets of Atlanta with his friend Curley. Weaver did some more recording professionally, and he didn't get to enjoy the American folk revival He passed away in nineteen, fifty, nine after suffering from diabetes and alcoholism. Annual Lamb. Oh. I've got. Max L. From. There is a song called Blind Willie Mattel and guess who was written by Liu Bob Dylan. But yes, it makes sense the Bob. Dylan wrote that song it was according to eighty three four the album infidels, but was left off in later released as part of one of his bootleg series recordings. We're digging into the blues. We've been talking about a lot of blind guys, and you had a pretty good theory about why so many blind musicians were out there in the south in those days they couldn't work. The fields couldn't hold a job harder to hold a job so the head good years, and they had great hearing, and many of them had phenomenal singing voices as well so they lose their sight, and their senses of hearing, vocals, and smell and touch or stronger. They're feeling smells that are not vision, and because of that they. They hear the music. They feel the music a little bit differently, and therefore it makes sense that they're able to play it so well after we were talking I was like you know what I bet. That's what it is that that's one of the reasons Marcus. We've been talking for a long time. We talk a lot a what we do here. On the inbound history, rock and roll, but I I think we need an addendum because I think it's time to we wrap it up and then come back with an addendum like a pocket podcast. where we continue the story of the progenitor of the blues because we've got more stuff to tell people about don't. We think so so yeah, I say we do that addendum and come back in a row that out don't forget. You can email us at imbalance history at gmail.com or on facebook amounts, history of rock and roll were on twitter. It's imbalance. His sto gets the R. Y. Twitter. Come on, come on, twitter are also of course on the Pantheon podcast network, and if that's where you found us, please reach out. Let us know where you are. Give us. US feedback episodes on social media to our website imbalance history dot com get caught up on episodes and also leave comments for us. That's going to do it till next time when we do the addendum to the Robert Johnson and the janitors of the blues brought to you by crooked eye brewing. In Hafbro, they got the cure for what else since two thousand fourteen. It's a production of dark duck media on the Pantheon podcast network. I'm Ray. Cou I'm Markus in the darkest, and we'll catch next time on the addendum to this episode on the imbalance history of rock and roll. That's part one of our episode, the Imbalance History of rock and roll Robert Johnson and the progenitor 's of the blues and the second part of that. We're releasing on Thursday right Marcus. We're going to give it to you. Digging into Robert Johnson to prepare for the release of next week's episode out on Monday. It's all about brother. Robert Growing up with Robert Johnson Ray and Marcus here to promote something. We're really excited about our upcoming episode with one of the authors of the new book. Brother Robert subtitled growing up with Robert Johnson. Johnson. We will speak with Preston Louder Bach who co wrote the book with Anya Anderson Robert Johnson's half sister and in our interview. He gives us a view of how his book will affect. Blues History I think it will certainly add a personal dimension to it that fans of Robert Johnson have lacked people. Keep asking me well. You know this book explode the mythology and I really think that those two portrait's hang side by side. He gives us insights into the mindset of Robert Johnson as he made his way into adulthood. He grew up with several different last names, and you can only imagine what kind of an identity crisis that would cause with the person, and he gives us a glimpse of why the long held notion of Johnson as a loner was wrong. Robert didn't divulge his family. History around is bleeds friends and he didn't really go into. His music career with his family, and so he very deliberately kept these lives separate, and yes, we will discuss the devil. And we will release our interview and what we see is the truth about this important figure in music history on July sixth to set the table were re-releasing are two episodes about Robert Johnson, and the progenitor of the Blues on June twenty ninth and July second to wet your appetite for this exciting new storyline about the Great Robert Johnson catch all of it here on the imbalance history of rock and roll on the Pantheon podcast, collective or wherever you get your podcasts. By side.

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Joshua Caffery  Director of the Center for Louisiana Studies at UL- Lafayette

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Joshua Caffery Director of the Center for Louisiana Studies at UL- Lafayette

"This is john swerved and you're listening to discover laughing about a podcast dedicated to the people and rich culture of lafayette the gateway to south louisiana. I'd like to thank our sponsors. Who make our podcast possible. We take our podcast with ongoing support of raider and jason sikora sound engineer. Reiter is a hands on. It service provider that integrates. All of your needs for advanced technical support. Effective communication options in cybersecurity. writers motto. Is you just wanted to work. We understand please visit reiter solutions dot com for more information iberia bank and first horizon. Who are now one bank to relationship driven banks. Both in the industry have officially joined forces. The combination of iberia bank and first horizon creates a leading financial services company dedicated to enriching the lives of their clients associates in their communities. I'd also like to thank lafayette general health. Who has joined the national health family and is now auch ner lafayette general as one health system austria. Lafayette general will provide expanded services in enhanced. Care from the familiar faces. You already trust osh ner. Lafayette general means more resources. To help solve healthcare's toughest problems reinvesting in our communities and being further committed to health and wellness general together means more learn more today at together means more dot org joshua clad calf-rearing director of the center for louisiana studies at l. Lafayette is our guest. Josh has deep ties to the university having earned master's and doctoral degrees in english and folklore studies from you. I'll laugh yet. His great-grandfather senator robert. Martin is the namesake for the university's martin hall a young man. Josh's career has already taken many paths. He is the author of two books traditional music and coastal louisiana. The one thousand nine hundred thirty four lomax collection which included a grammy nominated cd compilation in the creole twilight poems and songs from louisiana folklore josh served as head of the english department at a piscopo school of acadia. No he was alan lomax fellow and folklife studies at the library of congress and also served as a visiting professor and folklore at indiana university. He's acclaimed musician known for the french. Folk songs he performed with the red stick ramblers and fufilling. He received a twenty ten grammy nomination for his performance and songwriting on the colours album by for flight. There's a lot to talk about particularly his current work with the center for louisiana studies and their work to raise funds to restore the j. author white house located at the northwest corner of university avenue and johnston street so josh cavalry to discover lafayette. Thanks for having me jim. Thank you very here. The stage with the lemon visiting cat. She's our cat in residents so quiet until you started talking. We're gonna leave that end though. I think it kind of gives it a little little folklore. We can tell us about you. You grew up in franklin. I sure did yeah lived in franklin from tunnels born until tunneled college. Yeah what What was it like in franklin. We were talking before the show started. It's a small town but there are a lot of people and really some great wealth and interesting people from franklin sure. It was a it was a. In retrospect a really interesting place to grow up and in some ways. When i was young. I thought it was a little bit boring. I mean it is out there in the country and it's slow but at the same time it was a beautiful place to grow up by. I grew up about a mile outside of franklin Outside of the city limits between franklin and ball on what they call the calf re curve. Which is the big bend. When you're coming from franklin over to baldwin and i grew up on a piece of property that my family owned in that spanned a fifteen hundred acres suppose owned by different members of my family out of town so so had a lot of a lot of time to and a lot of space just to kind of trump around the by view in and sugar cane fields and in law always. It was kind of a paradise for a young for young kid. Right said the cafe name is well known if you can tie in that. And i'm sure it's large family that we all know ambassador calf ris poorly the cafes were don't want to go too far in depth into it but but they were people from political and business class kind of going back into the early eighteen. Hundreds they were you know that they're their rise. to prominence. early two hundred was really because they were associated with andrew jackson president. Andrew jackson andrew jackson married a lady named rachel. Donelson in rachel. Donelson sister was someone named mary donaldson. Who married an ancestor of john kerry and john. Cafes kids came down and settled in louisiana and partially at the suggestion of of andrew jackson. So they were pioneers and settlers to some degree as this part of the country was opening up early. Eighteen hundreds in a lot of their their early prominence came not because they added a lot of inherited wealth. But because they had this tie with with the jackson's the family family's opened up and and some of them went into politics. And you know. I had a donald cook. Every the second who's my great great grandfather was a senator. Us senator and pat caffeine. Beria was a was a representative and one branch of my family was jefferson. Jefferson cafe jefferson. Jackson the ambassador and a lot of other a the cafes on on lafayette side of things. Lafayette branch were in the diplomatic service. And so there's just kind of a history of politics being involved in politics and diplomacy the dates back really to to those early cafes in anti with andrew jackson. That's interesting now that you're a teacher. You're a historian but for folklore to be the focus of your life and growing up with. I guess that awareness of history you don't know about all of our ancestors but you have some that. Were well known. Yeah and i think you know franklin to some degrees this in the bad way but his is a place that's to some degree steeped very steeped in the pat in the past. So you're plantations and pipe. Yeah plantations and shirt and But also just older country people you know and their reminiscences and government monster we were just talking about you know he's a cousin of similar to yours and actually we have had a common ancestor. The little area of the on the by you are grew up. it's called irish bend. And and it's because it was settled by by these these pioneers and settlers from from our stocking of cafes in the foster isn't the murphys being a few of them and and the fosters mccaffrey's were descended intermarried with murphy's so yeah mike foster was just down the road when i grew up. Yeah did you always you know. Let's go forward to your career. You all. Did you always want to study history or english. What got you into folklore studies. That's a really good question I i went to we. Were talking before we started the interview. I went to the piscopo school of katie. And i and i gravitated pretty early on to To the humanities to to history and to into english and was always very interested in that in in college studied religion religious studies partially as a result of that interest and and became interested in anthropology When i was when i was at lsu anthropology and english and Had a class with guy named miles richardson. Lsu who was who was very interested in in louisiana culture and sort of different ethnicities of louisiana. On when i was in lsu really interested in traditional music in general bluegrass and folk music. And i found a book in the library that barry. Also elmore morgan. Junior had put together about the call the makers of cajun and creole music and it was all about these traditional music musicians from this area which i didn't really know much about until that time and so that really piqued my interest because i was interested in traditional music in general and so i started kind of try tracking down and learning more about that sort of that sort of music and i was a museum had played music Myself at the time in the started learning traditional music from this area and then teamed up with some other people who are interested in doing the same thing and and so that really your cells young man college student of passionate about about the music is really what drew me in. But then i also had kind of an interest in the humanities. And i always had sort of i. Guess a scholarly kind of event or an analytical bent and and I never thought that i would really be An academic and i still don't necessarily think of myself as an academic now that you are. I guess i am. I am some great. And i always want to be a writer of some sort song. Songwriter song writer poet and And so you know over the years. I've found ways to kind of do those things and try to make try to make a living out of it. You know do creative things and things that capture my curiosity and intellectual interest ball also ryan being able to have a career right. Well if we can look at the books. I didn't know anything about all this. Traditional music and coastal louisiana which is what you're talking about the nineteen thirty four lomax collection. This was this was like a big study. And i didn't know anything about this. Alan lomax is at the year. It was actually a father and son team john lomax and alan lomax and they were They're kind of acknowledged as being the sort of the the preeminent in most well-known collectors of traditional music and the united states. They they went out pretty early on when it became feasible to bring portable recording equipment out into the field. I mean now we have these this nice handy. Hand-held recorded eight that you have to do this interview but but then they they had to carry around a three hundred pound disc cutter. You know the inquiry into aluminum desk and even have that was rare so they went around the countryside. All over america and an allen subsequently went to europe and other places and traditional music in different settings not just coastal right right. That was one of the many place that that alan and his and his father it so they would. They would record live performances. Yeah they would record. That would drive through sort of down the country road you know and in some cases into cities and and they would record people who who knew traditional music you know they. They recorded old french. And one of the things. I became pretty fascinated with was old french. Folksongs that in the nineteen thirties were were still commonly sung you know. And we're pretty abundant and they. They ran across people who knew many. You know many tens or in some cases hundreds of songs you now and in record them days big france i do. I wouldn't say that. I'm completely fluent in french. But i do read french. And i can transcribe it translated so those those songs did they tell the stories where they like Folklore in their own way story else. The cajun's and you know i wouldn't say they actually told stories about about the the cajun's necessarily but the they could have been songs that were that were known to to the acadians and subsequently cajun's i guess it depends on what you mean by is certainly some of the songs reflected life and would see the cajun louisiana There aren't any that really. Reflect the historical Acadian story necessarily but some of them certainly could have come from. I come with the acadians from nova scotia. I'm fascinated with this because it seems you came a little bit after the robber dafur d- that first wave when You know guilbeault with pray. Gent's and robert gaffney and others were kind of at the tip of bringing respectability which should have been there all along To the acadians came here and then we have others like philip gould photographers that capture. You know some of the historical aspects to be studying. The music in the folklore is really really compliments. What others have been doing to present the the whole light your about the acadian culture. Yeah definitely i think. I'm of that generation. That is sort of the next generation after after zachary short and as you know sort of the people who are the children of the baby boomer folk Would which is also the folk boomer generation. They call them well. There's the folk room in the in the sixties You know interest in bob dylan. Yeah peter paul and mary you know those were those people were also the same people who are the baby boomers but their their children. I think you know as is natural became interested in some of the same things that they are they were also think my generation. There are certain people in our in my generation. Who were we're interested in what our predecessors had done and wanted to build on you know night and certainly you know my career to have tried to do that with people like you know berry all slaves been a big A big inspiration expert. Sern other folklorist In historians have worked here. I need to get him on the podcast. Oh gosh you know delinquent and not having him on several others locally there really historians that are known for that so so you were documenting. All this authoring two books. You've you've also been a musician. I want to get that in. You were a picture of you in your beautiful wife. Claire your grammy nominated for your work. You wanna talk about that. Some of the two. There's two known bands. You were wet but you were probably performed with others. Also early on. I guess The two groups. I was with a that Would be best known would be fillet and the red stick ramblers. When i was in my twenty s i worked for a while a writer for the times of the and then during that time we had a ban the red scramblers which started to become successful or at lease at the time. It seemed like we were very successful. We're making enough money to you. Know to eat and fill up our cars. You know which to twenty one year old guys pretty exciting. So i said well i'll just. Why don't we just do this all the time. Just play music and so so. That's what i did for a good. A good bit of my twenties played music for living and sub school. Subsequently i i I was a member of the full lay and we recorded an album that received a grammy nomination. And i wrote some songs for that album and playing guitar and then i produced an album along side. My friend joel savoia who was the Co owner of the valco record label and it was based on my book. Attritional music coastal louisiana where. We took a lot of the songs that i had studied in that book. Some of the ones that were that struck me sort of interesting Sort of jewels in the rough and diamond the rough and we recorded new versions of them and that was nominated for a grammy. And and so we didn't win other grammy's but it certainly was fun. We the grammy celebration and go to the parties. And everything and i had lost by ramblers on Andre michel they were saying they were nominated. I am sure y'all friends kind of the same group. Said you get a letter like oh how do you find out your nominate. And they were like they didn't really they said well. We didn't really get a ladder. I don't know what he did. They just call you up. How do you find out your nominated. Every time that i've ever known it was just. I found out the day that it was announced to the public like did they didn't call you ahead of time. You're saying you just kind of have to keep your ear to the ground. They make an announcement and they publicize it and you have to go. Look on the list and see if you're there. How did that feel those exciting. You know i. It's it's always exciting. It's get you know it's great. It's just a great fun thing does it. And you know. I mean i mean one thing about being interested in traditional music is you're not really you know you're not really chasing a huge lucrative music career. You're not really trying to be a big pop star so on the one hand. It's it's not that it's not the most important thing in the world to a grammy for that kind of work but at the same time. It's i think it's a lot of fun. And i got to take my wife to the grammy's and we got to dress up and wear chief. Yeah it looks good on your resume. That was really. Everybody wanted to know what claire was going to wear. Because the women s a lot of pressure yes. Good i know i thought it was going to be somewhat about me but really. That's all anyone who wanted to know. What is she wearing. Yeah she looked fascia. Losses his friend. So you What a career. And then you also took a path working with the staller which i didn't talk about in the interview but you you kind of help them in their creative endeavors right. I did had a great time working at stoler and sort of learning bit about the business world. You know it's interesting to go into. the business. World after being in academia from within academia tends to be a prejudice about corporations and the corporate world especially from within the humanities. You know and you know so for me. It was very eye-opening ways and it shouldn't have been but it was to see how a well run very efficient business worked you know and and i felt like it opened my eyes and brought in me as a person to be in that environment. Where you're working with tremendously intelligent creative and resourceful people you know And you know. I was glad to be able to take that back into academic my career with knowledge of the of the thought. There shouldn't be really any kind of prejudice between the aca in academia in the world of of business and just silly and that goes both ways but yeah had a great great time working out stellar. I was working as a professor at indiana university as a as a visiting professor own and it was a years back in two thousand fourteen. I suppose and it was the year of this brutal cold and and we had been in. Dc the year before when it was also one of these brutally cold years to had two years in a row that were brutally cold and we were living outside of louisiana and had two little kids and and my wife up there and and we were just saying what are we doing to get back down ice in the streets. Yeah it was a good career a good place for my for an academic career. But but it just wasn't quite worth it you know to be there alone back so this opportunity and so i said well. Let's go back to louisiana. We'll make it work one way or another. You know while you landed on your feet. And so i actually got it. I got hired off the street stellar. They needed someone for temporary job. I came in and worked as a copywriter for awhile. And then i got And then i kinda rose a little bit and ended up working on their branding and marketing team doing creative strategy but also doing research which was actually really exciting. You know i really fun and Edifying backgrounds and folklore and so part of the thing part of what you learn as a focuses to is to talk to people into god an interview people of ground your observations in an anthropological Sort of a methodology. You know and and i felt like i was i was able to put to good use at stellar because one one thing about stellar and about all good companies i think is they really care about the customer. The know the notion of the customer customer service is really their their and and so they're constantly interested in learning more about their customers in order to be. Have good customer service. You you have to know your customers are Know what kind of customers want what you know and So i worked for. I worked doing really marketing and branding research And i got to travel a good bit doing what i thought of. To some degree as ethnography anthropology with with With jewelers in different parts of the country which was really fascinating him. It's just a whole new world to me of jewelers. Who are you know one. Hand business people. Who will sell you a diamond that they bought somewhere else but on the other hand sometimes are really highly creative artists who are who are creating a new very distinct and individualized right. Works of art are or their craftspeople. Who are who are casting their own their own jewelry you know right and the meeting the trends for how things evolve. I did go through Stellar sign. I read some of your blog post. And i really encourage people to go to that to see josh cafes work but at one of them that stuck with me was about millennials and how they're drawn to vintage jewelry. So it's what you're talking about. It's like going back to the core of what do people want it. They get there because that's an evolution. Right taste evolve. Probably go back. It's a cycle. One thing that was really interesting is one thing we we're seeing at stellar was that e commerce was really just starting to kind of change. The landscape of the jewelry industry just like. It's changing the landscape of business everywhere. Pops are having to adapt mom and pops are having to adapt. And then you have new players coming into the market who have digital skills you know and and so we started. We started seeing some of these new young players who really had a mastery of digital e commerce and digital marketing. Starting to grab more and more market share. You know so. It was of interest i think to stellar into the marketing team. To know more about those people and that was fascinating because you really got to see something new. In the way. These young people were coming up and using the internet at as a way of of entering the market you know with a much lower barrier of entry. Yeah work with some really get to know some really interesting young young jewelers who are just seeing approaching that the business from a very different Standpoint you know. That was kind of exciting. I hope it was useful. Took to the folks at stellar. Think it was. Yeah it was. It was kind of a very for me. Just completely fascinating thing to do thing to do you know and And probably would still be to this day and it would be very happy. Had another thing had an opened up. Yeah so in two thousand eighteen. It seems like you keep on building upon experiences. You've had education music history folklore studies and you ended up as director of the center for louisiana studies. I mean what an opportunity to take all of your skulls and not only work for the greater. Good make sure that we're educated. Yeah it's it's been a great beautiful. It's been a great position me you know lets me do Lots of different things. I like to do and and i'm never bored. You know get to. I get to be immersed in some of the things that that. Have a scholarly kind of affinity for. And then i'm also involved in with creative people. You know we work with authors the center oversees u. l. press which is the university's press It's small publisher. You know folkston louisiana subject so we get to work with very highly creative interesting people you know to bring their Their books to life which is great. And but then there's also a business side and administration side which which. I which i am interested in and luckily picked up a few business skills in business experience here and there and at stellar able to apply that and So yeah i like. I like tease lots of different parts of my brain. And so that's an that keeps me on my toes which are like right now. You're in the library right. Your light kind of tucked away in the library and with covid shutdowns still. I guess things are pretty quiet for you that you want to change that situation right you wanna be more visible spots. That's right yeah I guess it was about eight years ago. My predecessor micheal martin and The folks in the college of liberal arts and also administration At you l. Decided that the the senator needed to move into more visible location. That was more accessible to the public. the mission of the center is really to be a bridge between the university and the public on the subject of louisiana studies in one way or another louisiana culture history and and and so about eight years ago. They determined that the royal house which is the the beautiful queen. Anne eastlake style. On the corner of johnson university would become the home of the center with us that every day estevez. And i didn't know anything about it i know it's kind of obscured there behind some trees you know and it's been a little bit forgotten over the years but you know it's an interesting building in. It's the oldest building on the campus. It was built in the same year that That the university was built at the university opened at nineteen one. Excuse me same year. They started having students the outskirts. That's right and even in town probably. After it was countryside it had been essentially field. You know a lot of it was owned by the gerard family and Yeah it was. It was the most one of the most modern houses of of the day. Ironically out it had running water had running water municipal municipal atrocity which were was new which were novelties. But that's why the universities here that because we had electricity sure. Well who was j arthur roy. He was a he was a prominent businessman and landowner. He came from a very prominent Family that had a lot of land in various places actually including young's ville which used to be called. Roy ville was the family and the story. Is that young. That young's ville became the name. Because roy ville kept getting confused with ray ville by which As far as. I know it's true but it may just be. Yeah and then he married. William bailey was the first mayor of lafayette trade. The daughter yes so that was a prominent family so there are very prominent folks of the time an jareth. Roy was an early booster over the university. And he was on the university's early board and and other than that you know he. There's nothing particularly historic more. The wrong also isn't that only structure on the university grounds. That's registered with a national historical. That ryan is the only house on the national register that's owned by the university that university's campus it's also on the state register and the local ridged. Yeah so what's going on. I mean. I know you're trying to raise some money to restore that home to its rightful beauty and function. That's right yeah. I mean it's been it's doing okay. You know. we use some of the money that we have raised so far to stabilize it. So that it's it's going to be fine But it was getting to the point where it was starting to fall apart a bit. You know Our idea to really totally bring it back to live. It needs a full scale renovation and needs new electrical new plumbing it needs a real paint job at the interior needs to be totally gutted. Too big job. Units about five thousand square foot building. And it's very beautiful building on the exterior and the interior. It's got on this. Berry ornate queen anne woodwork. And so we want to restore it and make it a place where the public can come and learn more about what we do. Export their own heritage in different ways. I kind of think of it as a sort of a hogwarts for louisiana history. If you've ever read harry potter for louisiana history and culture you know and we're gonna landscape that lot you know and make it much more open so you can see the house but also said that the law has been more beautiful. You know that corner right there. It's it's not just a gateway to the to the university but it's you know it's a gateway to the city you have so many people are coming down that corridor you know. I had that word in my mind before he said i was thinking it really is the gateway and for it to be restored to its magnificence will make a big difference for that whole corridor. I don't think so. Cities been kind of neglected for years. Things are turning around now but to have that restored with it because that's a destination for for travellers. I think it's a piece of the puzzle. come in on university in utah. You're gonna turn on johnston to get more into the heart of the town but i. Yeah that's a hub. we're also going to hope to have a little store there for you. You press books and other louisiana items and it'll be great. It'll be a beautiful place in the university. The university owned some beautiful homes. I'm thinking of the town home. That's part of the museum you know but the university needs more places like that to you. Know beautiful older historical structures. You know that speak to the universities like well projects like this are not inexpensive. So what is the goal and how. How much have you raised so far. So the goal in order to get us in there and to to to have the house in good condition and do all the major work that we need to do. The goal is eight hundred thousand dollars which is a lot but but it's really on the low end stating the truth of what could be done there. You know but we've raised a good deal of it. We were raised about six hundred twenty five six hundred thirty thousand. So we're we're within striking distance. I would say you know and we you know thanks to some really incredibly generous people in the community even even during the pandemic we've able we've been able to make some strides. I find that to be amazing. You know this year the economy has just taken such head yes and then with people not going out as much. You can't have in person fundraisers so it was just like a phone call kind of campaign or how. How do you raise money in these times. It it's interesting you know we. Actually we're going to have our first event out of the marsh house at avery island for for this For this effort The week that cove it hit louisiana. We had to cancel events hopefully reschedule. That would have been the perfect weekend. March like mid march. Yeah full weather exactly exactly. So you know it's been tough because people gotta the kind of fundraising that we're doing for the mo. The biggest part of it is is just meeting with people and talking to people and getting to know people in and try to understand what they were. They're interested in and that's hard to do when there's a global pinton bitcoin and also we. We started to do a good bit of publicity and public facing marketing. You know and and we've sort of pulled back a little bit from that just because we felt like the mood it wasn't right. It's been kind of a difficult time and you don't want to be tone deaf to what people are going through. you know. certainly there are other needs. That are more important than ours. And in some ways and the same time we've been having conversations with people who Who have been interested in the project and your host tier initial goal. I know that's that's going to go up. Your numbers are gonna go up as you get into the project deeper pets. You're really close. Yes we'll be able to begin the work. You do the work for the university. We haven't totally decided on that. We did have a. We did have a restoration carpenter sort of specialist in historic restoration. But unfortunately he moved. We were going to involve him in some of the The more delicate work where you're dealing with ornamental woodwork. And things like that unfortunately he moved. So we're looking for someone to replace him in. We are actually. We're currently vetting painters right now. Because we're going to go ahead and paint the house within the next probably six months. Start painting it because we have the money for that. Good luck that the hurricanes. Yeah that's a good point. I think somebody would be honored work with university. But it's a tough time to prepare. People gives a good point. The phone right now. I think that house would be showpiece. You know advertise your company that you sign up by bob. We have a painter that i've been waiting for. It's like everybody's so busy. I think during covid people read. They're doing much needed things because they didn't have anything else to do. And then with the hurricanes coming through. There's so much damage that it's been tough. I think you'll you won't have any trouble getting talented crews. Yeah so it will be a building that people can use for other purposes to besides you having a a bookstore for you. I'll press and people coming to do. Research is it. Is it an event place. You'd wanna have you know. Can people have events there. Yes that's part of the of the plan. Is that like like the hilliard right. And you know they. They do make their space available for she and we do. We do plan to to do that to make it available for events for photo shoots or for. i know like. I said we'll be landscaping the lot and to make that a little bit more friendly for people who wanna do things there. So that's part of bland and In the ideas that the downstairs will be totally open to the public. It'll be a public space. They'll be an archive kind of interface center. And there'll be a a library that pertains to materials that we have. You'll have parking near yet. There is some parking there already upgrade that. And that's an issue. Yes it is and we'll also have the bookstore there so hopefully it'll be a place that you know people people Want to come to. Yeah that's been timing. Yeah anything else. Going on with the center for louisiana studies. Anything you want to share. Well we're always involved in all sorts of different projects We're publishing books. Constantly we We have a see what's a what's a couple books we have right now. There's a there's a book. We just published called alligator children's guides and that book has been a huge hit. We all we A great gift. Great gift it's really well done beautiful illustrations and it's already going into a second printing after less than a month So that's always you know that's always nice kind of a nice surprise. When a book goes out of bread that quickly what else well go to press dot. Org and see what you might be interested in there. We have books about louisiana. Losing history louisiana art in culture cajun creole culture. acadian culture. How can people get published through l. Press is it. Do you have to be. An academic are is a local authors. Come to you with their projects. How does that work the You a little bit unique. You know we We aren't huge academic. Press like lsu and then we're not a pure kind of trade press a pelican press or some of the other presses and louisiana. We're kind of a at a point between those those two We do academic books Particularly books with a some sort of louisiana angle But we don't do purely Academic books are only academic books. We we don't have. We don't have a subsidy from university. We are our salaries so we we have to make you know. Put out books that that that make ends meet that we can't really go into the red and so we we have to run it to some degree of business and you on your toes. It's good we to. We have to put out an books that we that we we know people by allies the budget exactly so we so we so we do that by doing things. Like children's books which can be popular and we do you know fiction and whatnot and and then we but then we also keep doing academic books. So we do we. I think we cover a nice kind of mid ground between being trained publisher and being an academic publishers. It's really fun. A fun and exciting sort of sort of a publishing endeavour to be a part of we can touch on all sorts of all sorts of things in engage with them in different ways. I work with creative people as well scholars. Seventy five is john research I know you're working on the roy house. But currently you're in the Edith garland dupree library on the third floor so people that are interested in doing research they contact your office and you make an appointment to be able to go sit down and conduct research or or just come by you know Is it online too or is it. Mainly in person Most of our collections are accessible digitally. But only if you're in the library with us And you know it scholars. If they have a need for some of our materials we can make digital copies for them primarily what our archive is is audiovisual materials so we have a huge photo archive of digital images. I think i've seen some of that online. And i've done research. You can get to that yes. Some of it is online through a luck filter through cedar visually. We'd like those to be more seamlessly available directly through our website And eventually they will be but we also like there to be a reason for people to come in you know Really what we the center holes which is Which is most unique as we have a vast trove of materials that that deal with French and louisiana and particularly with cajun creole native american oral history and culture louisiana so traditional cajun. French created music for instance. We have by far the largest collection of any of materials related to that hours upon hours upon hours. Hundreds of hours of israel's related to that folk songs folklore oral history culture. We have a huge collection interviews with cajun's francophones who fought in world war. Two and we're actually in the process of that into a podcast with With the help of scholar named jason terry. Oh i was about to ask you. It seems like this is ready made for podcast to share these stories. Yeah we have you know. We're we have enormous amount of content. So we're always trying to work with scholars and different people and get via. No that's right. I think once people get into the us. It's it just pulls you you. When you see the history of this region government and that people are just so resilient to hear those stories into to me it seems like the audio visual which is supplement the written material so you had to really put it in context as to what the culture was like. Do you still do research. You just busy with your day job. You get into this research. I don't have as much time as i would like to to actually do my own work but i am as i've been in the job for a few years now. I am finding some squirreling away some time for myself to work on some projects. We're working right now On a project focusing on songs that were recorded in pint coupet round false river new roads and almo plantation area the lower taxes. Actually who i done my original were were gone. They recorded around around there as well. But nothing's really been done with those materials so we have a group of scholars right now. That are This center sort of organized together to work on the songs and that that's something that i'm a probably eventually doosan publishing around maybe publish another book with help but involving some other scholars focused on that and avenue. Too much time to do creative work like song writing poetry but hopefully eventually. I'll find time for that again to while raising munnings fulltime job trying to other jobs you're juggling strew as yeah writer yeah. Raising money is something that i never imagined that i would do. But yeah but it's. It's actually something that i that i really honestly like a purpose suffer you. It's for the community. It's a great project. I mean helps that it's a great project that i'm passionate about it but it's also great you know It's great to meet people who are philanthropic. I mean not. Just any. I mean not just anyone is is philanthropic There are a lot of people who have a lot of money who don't give it to good causes. You know but you meet people just to some of the people in the community that i never would have met who have supported the project of gotten to know a little bit and just blows my mind and some of them are quiet. Yes very generous. Yeah some of the people who have given us the most money. Don't even want to be known but yet they're passionate and in good good people you know and signing seeds for the future we are resources but you need that you're you know and then also people who are not who are very wealthy but not in a way that you would ever have guessed you know about it so that to me is just been kind of i know on a personal level. Been really kind of edifying interesting to see to learn more about how that how that works and then also to to to build friendships with with those people went to get to know what they're passionate about. So that's been it's been kind of unexpected bonus surprise right. I love this story. You bring so much to the table. And i'm i'm really honored that i've gotten to get to know you better and know more about your background. I just had no idea how multifaceted your career was you know between music and the doctoral degrees in the folklore studies and Rambam nation lawyer and a podcast. Her well i love learning. And i feel like your kindred spirit just every few years you gotta learn something new. That's where that's why i'm doing this. Yes yes abet agree. I agree with the you. Gotta keep keep mind active in in growing new direction. That's why do have one last question unless you have. Something else is or anything else. You'd like to share about the center. Louisiana studies not in particular on this show now the website. I think he just type in center for studies. And all this comes up about you l. Press the the roy house and all the other endeavors with you and claire. Having lived in other parts of the country and made a conscious decision to come back. Would you share from me and our listeners. You what you think is special about south louisiana and living here because you really could live other places. You came back on purpose. If i guess i could go on and on about the question but one thing that occurs to me is i feel like louisiana in this part of has kind of cultural gravity to and i'm i studied culture involved in creating culture. You know that's just something that doesn't exist everywhere in america and it really exists in a potent way. I think only in a few places in america and that's actually what attracted people like the lome access to this area. You know they saw. There is a unique and differentiated even back down even back. Then and dirty differentiated culture that that that grabbed their their interest in their imagination. You know and and i. I think the same thing is still true today. You know that there that there is this sense of identity and culture in rudeness. You know In in the people here you know And so that's one thing you know is feel like i'm part of kind of a of a network of people who are who were partaking of a culture that is that is unique and different and and is of a higher quality really then sort of the mass market you know culture that's kind of being pumped pumped out through the internet and through mass media. You know it. It's it's warmer richer into more homemade and it's more real you know so i think that's you know that's a that's an important thing to be a part of an important thing to be involved in holding onto i think it's worth worth holding onto so So that's one reason. Also i just love being in the countryside in louisiana group grew up like like we talked at the beginning of the of the of the of this interview. I grew up in the country on the by frank. Listen i i. I just like being outside. I like fishing. I went fishing space weekend. And you know. I wanna pass you know. This probably sounds like a cliche thing. But i wanna pass those things down to my kids and You know be both the natural environment and engaging with it but as well as well as the culture wanted to send our kids to the french immersion they. They are in the french immersion. Had myrtle place. And we're so happy we did that. You know that's grading live in that area. How can we live right across the street. All gosh you can walk to school. Yes they walk across the street school and so So i don't know. I feel like we're given given her kids something they can hold onto. You know and and and i think that's not something that you can necessarily do very easily in other parts of the country. Thanks for sharing that. I do want to mention again. Your wife on is claire. Oliver that her family's from here. Also so i know that means a lot as you're raising you know the the grandparents little people you're close to the families and their families instead of being across the country. I never get to see grandma. And grandpa grandma's if you will just put an applauded for claire she's a musician in her own ride and she's beautiful. She's an artist discount to tell people about your wife and what she's done. Oh gosh well clear as just. A renaissance won't fast renaissance woman. Yeah she's a a beautiful singer She's a great dancer. I know as an artist. She's really talented. She's incredible artists and we'd collaborate. She actually did the illustrations for for the book In the creole twilight that i that i published with the press and we collaborate making some prints of those of those books which we saw that was fun We had an and we even had an art show where where she show a showed all of the originals for that book and they all sold out that night. Goodness and yes. She's just a band. She was in a band called the figs which was super popular and is still popular with people who knew them. And you know She's a teacher teaches that pistol school vacated hannah she's incredible rockstar teacher. You know as you can imagine she so much fun. And she's a amazing mom you know and she's a someone who lives very much in the moment with our kids. She's very present always with our with our kids. You know and which is good. Because i can be kind of an absent minded person you know and get to your staff get into my thank. You know thinking about hirings not that. She's not a thinker. but but she's just a very warm and present present person and a great mom right. well joshua clad cafe for joining us on lafayette. This is why i'm doing this. Podcast let people see how rich are talent says in our culture. So thank you for what you contribute to the university into our community. I think the same thing about your show. Thank you so glad you doing this. I love it. 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225. Jad Abumrad (Radiolab, Dolly Parton's America)  American Multiverse

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225. Jad Abumrad (Radiolab, Dolly Parton's America) American Multiverse

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A big thing podcast had cast. If you told me a couple of months ago that a podcast about Dolly Parton could move. Move me deeply and raise all kinds of questions that goes straight to the wounded heart of America. Today I guess I would have been skeptical to say the least but that skepticism might be exactly the the point. America is an Image Factory Country Music Rock and Roll New York City. Nashville we paint with big broad brushes. And if we're not careful we miss a lot of the details my guest today is audio. Storytelling Wizard Jaboomer on. He's the creator and host of Radio Lab more perfect. And now of Dolly Pardons America a nine part podcast series that achieves all those aforementioned implausible things Chad's trips into the Dalai verse with his co-producer Shima the only I reveal the country singer as something between a body Safa and one of those fairy tale mirrors that tell you the truth about yourself. Welcome to think again jet. Thanks Sir having me. I love that introduction. I feel like it's working. I mean that was the idea. The project was Dahlie as this kind of Mirror Lens. Whatever metaphor you want to use on on America at this moment and I'm so glad to hear you say it back to me like Oh yeah okay so often you tell these stories and you have one idea and the audience? Let's get something completely different. I mean she's really insightful about her life and career but I find myself thinking repeatedly like especially when you're in the Dolly Parton S- America a class at the University of Tennessee right. I find myself thinking like that. It's very interesting that you have on. The one hand is very sort of deep philosophical Sophal inquiry going on here and she in a way strikes me as coming from a very different place not herself necessarily really analyzing this stuff in this kind of depth and surprised a bit by totally. Yeah I mean I I yeah I I think of it is like like like language games in a way like there's the language game of college. There's a way you talk. And then there's the the language game of where she grew up which is is you. Don't you don't talk about what you're doing the same way but if you look at the way she has moved through the world like it's there's a sophistication there there's a a singularity like she's always kind kind of owning her own version of things in a way that is is no less sophisticated so you so yeah. It's like it's just kind of language. The language sounds different. But I'm not entirely sure sure that she's not thinking analytically about it and when you talk about that language game and sort of where she grew up in how she grew up you know. Do you think that that's that's it's actually a cultural value in a sense like to to be more action oriented to focus on the kind of the results of your actions in the world that over analysis might be a problem totally in debts. Not just worship grew up but like the industry of Country Music. Is it really sort of. It's all about you as the performer. Former being one of the fans kind of Lang I think like with rock or something. It's about you're supposed to look up to those rockstars they're supposed to be like gods but with country It's different like you. You're supposed to have this connection with the fans like they are they are you are them they are you in some way right and so you're just one of the people you you just say you can never be above those people and I think she. I love that about country music. I've come to love that about country music and I think she takes that very deeply and I think it actually he is authentic who she is and yet we do. Have that kind of buddy sought for thing as we start to look at her life and the way that she is and even the way that she handled that break up with her Remind me of water wet. Yeah Porter Wagoner her former partner and and how do you think about at this point. Her are almost saintliness the way emerges here. Because we're you know it's a strange moment culturally where I feel like most of our gods and heroes have been torn down from pedestals goals and yet you know I see in this project I see in the things that are coming out about Fred. Rogers I see a kind of raising up. You know happening again. I do think a AH America's looking for folk heroes right now and I think with Fred Rogers and Dahlie people are gravitating to those people be for that need out of that need. I mean. I think it's natural in the case of Dolly Parton because of the way that she I there are certain things that she has done her career which strikes me more like the stance a spiritual leader would take rather than an entertainer right you mentioned Puerto Wagner and the way in which she moves through that experience and takes this guy on some level is just kind of a douchebag the leaves that experience with such grace never compromising her own ambitions right right but also being incredibly forgiving forgiving of him never talking bad about him but being also very kind of like transparent about how hard it was right and not shortchanging the hard parts. There's something in nab fell very also with politics for example. Yeah cut myself off like I should I before we get there. I actually kind of jump in and say that like he was the first one went to give her a cam we would say regional semi national state. I break yeah I break. And then she grows Out grows that and then and there's attention because she's becoming she's growing large within his Oregon's starting may be overshadow him in some ways at a moment when his star is on the descendant as it were and so then yeah the leaving that we're talking about his deciding to go solo with. Yeah and so like the forgiveness. Forgiveness comes in in that she was. She was clearly a global superstar even while she was sort of quote the girl singer on his show and in many ways. He couldn't tolerate that like you know. I mean that was a moment in national in country music where there were no female headliners so he was very much a product of his moment like this. You're you're the the superstar was the man and the man was on on front stage and the men always had like the pretty girl singer that was sort of the Embellishment or something right and she was just not about that she was going to have her own career in band. And so you know that. That's it's like instantly adversarial right and you. We know that story. It's kind of even even if it weren't a male female thing we could expect that level of ego threat rising on genug within the organization organization. And then you add on top of it but what she does is she sort of upends all of this sort of scripts that we already have in that in that she was incredibly understanding inning of him throughout the entire process while sort of saying to him. I'm leaving out but she does it by writing the song. I will always love you. Tender Lake Empathetic Nick. I love you I I wish you happiness. I wish you joy like those were her parting words and it's so heartfelt and then he falls on hard times a few years after that And she bails him out financially and so there is this kind of constant level of understanding and forgiveness that she that she displays while going on to be the most incredible performer ever. She's not compromising herself in any way right but she's not doing it by stepping on his throat and so many people that we know who've gotten to where they've gotten have done it by stepping on the throat of somebody else to get there and she just hasn't and so it's I think it's that quality which some little does remind you more of like a spiritual spiritual leader on some way sure. Yeah again and again in a lot of ways this seems to be just who she is totally totally. Now the flip side of that for me is that so you see that kind of devotion mirrored back from her fans right and I don't think it's always healthy to put people on these pedestals. I think you kind of need to see people as complicated humans and I hope that's also what we're doing in the series is showing her as just somebody who's has her blind spots like everybody has had some failures along the way like everybody. Everybody but still manages to operate with grace and with dignity. I mean one way that those problem addicts come in and they they start to get mentioned explicitly in the context most of that university class. That you all go to. That's a wonderful scene in Episode six is it seven seven seven the class which is literally really called Dolly Parton America where they start to look out like. What are the blind spots? Here are the boob jokes. Okay what does all this mean this vision of the south that she's presenting what what is being left out here and I think all of that can be true at the same time. Oh yeah everything we've said before. And and and that's precisely why she's such an interesting person. I mean one of the metaphors of the series is the Dalai verse. It which is kind of like the multi verse right. You have multiple dimensions. What's happening simultaneously? And that is nowhere more true than with her. I mean you go to different parts of the country and everybody has a different Dolly Parton that they love love in New York. We sort of see her as his progressive figure who stands for for LGBT on rights and female power In the south south she seen as someone who's Moolah more wholesome more kind of a woman of faith those are the ideas four grounded and it's all true and the same time and so that's what's so interesting about her is that she's never not should never like shifting who she is but she's just so many people that we can all choose who to who to lean into for you. This project act also turned into kind of interesting homecoming. You're from Hennessy. Yeah from Tennessee your whole life. You grew up in Tennessee or else five and and then And then I left at age eighteen to go to college and your family is Lebanese. American or your father is both both my dad and right right right so you grew up in Tennessee in maybe as you I think you describe it as somewhat uneasy cultural relationship. I mean that that your family is sort of. I'm not from that region and feeling a bit like an outsider. Yeah I mean my dad put it to me perfectly. He described the experience of being a Lebanese guy in Tennessee. Hennessy I mean you know I- Tennessee was a really nice place to grow up so I I hope I know overstate the difficulties in the series. But you know when you're not of the dominant culture you'd never feel quite a part of the thing and he described it as like southern hospitality is real. Everybody is extremely friendly. They'll invite you into their home. But they'll only let the only bring you into the vestibule keep you in the vestibule for ten years. And he's like that's kind of how how it is is that everybody's extremely welcoming but you only get to walk in a few feet that's kind of what it felt like to grow up there. Is that Yo you were you know. I never experienced the kind of stuff that a lot of people do you know. I mean it wasn't racialist in my instance because I'm I'm pretty light skinned dark skinned Arabs. have it way worse but yeah there was always the sense that I was just kind of the oddball. I was just a Weirdo. Oh and that never really left me but also part of you know what you're alluding to in the homecoming ideas. Also know that story that I tell about my time in Tennessee is too easy sue symbol like there's a lot of aspects of natural that I know now after having done the research right that I could have accessed if I had known about it like it's much which more diverse and interesting place than I ever give it credit for being. This is something that occurred to me throughout because I'm thinking about myself as I'm listening. In relation to country Music Zik country music culture and going through all the things like okay townes. Van Zandt is fine with me all countries fine with me. You know. I'm down with Jay Farrar. I'm okay with Willie Nelson. And then there's this whole kind of blackbox where because of my own cultural programming as a person who grew grew up in the kind of alternative circles in DC. Or whatever you would call it. That I grew up in all of that is inaccessible. Cheesy Corny Oranje. Whatever and I realized like I realized that you know these walls exist for all of us culturally? Yeah absolutely yeah I mean I think it was country music. There is like there's is that Kinda bro country that you that you hear a lot. which I do feel like is very self consciously speaking to an audience and like I? I will never be a part of that. You take something like Bluegrass bluegrass. which is like a huge neighborhood of country but not sort of the center of rock country as it is now a bluegrass is like you get these? You have these gatherings and people are sitting down. They're just like the Evans. Pick picking circles where people sit and they're all playing the Banjo right You're mostly white audiences. It is true who played the music. But they're playing an instrument demented is of African origin. That came through Cuba run. These are gatherings at cut across class. You look at the music. The musical language of what they're playing these are musical languages. Came in from the Middle East from all over the world and these are incredibly democratic little gatherings. There's no reason that has to just be like the story of white people in the mouth. It doesn't have to be that I grew up thinking it was part of what was really great about doing the research is it. Oh my God this is my music to this. Is All of our music like I love. BLUEGRASS music I love the musicianship and like I should. I should have as much claim claimed that as anyone you know that kind of you know picking and that sort of like the Mandolin work is very reminiscent of of music. That I hear from my wife is from Turkey Turkish music has a lot of that very very fast. Double string picking those Turkish lutes foods and all that. It's very very similar. Yeah Yeah I know I'm so that was one of the most interesting things that I learned in in this series with that one episode. Where you talked about these overlapping influences and the way that ethnomusicology is very like there is no musical monoculture. NFL ethnomusicology is very difficult to do. Because because there are so many overlapping influences. How this mountain music has has those other strains in so like suit was revelatory for me? growing up in the south and I was like one of those people who like you'd asked me what I listened to and I'd say anything but country which is like right. You know this like classic answered. There's a lot of people give we sort of. Draw the line there and I didn't. I did it unquestioningly right just because I thought like culture that music is not made for people like me and actually I want to break in and say that like probably what has happened in the kind of broke country that you're talking about. We've had no doubt instances where country music and rock enroll in different types of music have evolved to represent a certain kind of identity stance that into end to claim Amano the culture that may not actually exist within the music so you know our reactions to those things may not be an accident there. There's a dialectic absolutely but we all see that breaking down you know with Liz X.. Blanco Brown I like these. These are these are people who are like who are challenging the monoculture right and so countries in a really interesting moment right now where it's shifting in like who is a of country music and who isn't is all up for grabs which may be has always been we've pretended otherwise but It was. This is a strange circuitous thing in in episode for I believe we ended up. Going to Dali Pardons Tennessee Mountain home home which was the sort of hallowed ground in Tennessee. Lor I refer to it in the episode Tennessee Valhalla. which is sort of like the hell is this A? Ah God the God Odin home basically. It's like the Olympics in a way to mix mythologies and so her house is really important to Tennessee. We we should say there's a song about it. We should say there's many other songs ten version of it in Dollywood theme park. Yes Oh it exists in reality and fiction. It's in my producer. She moly I and I we had been at Dollywood one day looking at the the replica and then suddenly like Dali's bodyguard slash nephew. Brian Seaver just offers to take us to the real place which we didn't think existed so it was this weird kind of like a Harry Potter like Puerto Moment where you're suddenly driving up the mountain and we end up? You know turning off on a dirt road and going through a giant. I wouldn't gate that. SORTA like game of thrones and then suddenly you're there at the actual home which is just like a house on a hill? It's very simple shack right but there was something something about that. Moment is like going back to the epicenter of what I took to be. The southern mythology fairly are unfairly. That's how it lived in my mind but then then I saw the house and it reminded me instantly of my dad's home in the mountains of Lebanon. Right just the way it looked the allocation The shape shape of it and I had visited his house twenty years earlier when we went to Lebanon for a wedding and it was like that memory layering seeing like. Oh this place. I've always taken to be so uh-huh southern is the center of it. All is really like my dad's place and Lebron just like that weird superficial layering became the kind of like portal. Gordo moment to ask all kinds of questions. Like how are their stories similar And it turns out like really similar and that in some way. That's one of the reasons that they have have a relationship. I should say that my dad knows Dolly Parton. That's how I can do this series at all and so it became a way to explore the similarities in their biographies but then and also took it to a musical logical level right which is like country music. What are the influences that can be seen and heard in country music and it turns out as has often been talked about the Banjo? This quintessential sound of the White Mountain Man That deliverance instrument right Dana Dana in like. That's that's deliverance. Did more to destroy country non-country relations than any other cultural. Aw It's so it's it's a movie that arguably is about the relationship between the north and the south but all it did was just stereotype. The South side way too young and yes. Traumatized asked me for that. Instrument is actually an African instrument and and it's connected to slave culture as playing on plantations and that that have been completely erased from the mythology. Right we don't think of the Black Fiddle player when we think of that are banned players. Say you look at things like zither. Either Right which traced directly to the Middle East the rhythms the musicality the singing styles are arguably Middle Eastern in origin. And what is the historical trajectory factory. There is it like slave trading from the Middle East and that's where it gets tricky right there was an we know there was a trade routes that came up the came from what is now now. Syria up into the mountains of APPALACHIA. We don't know how significant those were the thing that's interesting to me now about origins is that musicologist. Don't even do that As much anymore. Okay because you have a mixing that is so both ways all at once and one of the images that really haunted us was like this has been a lot of research about ships like these ships that have crews from all over the world and they pull into a poor everybody gets on and you have ten different cultures getting on a ship all with their own instruments the board so they played to each other and they exchange instruments as souvenirs and so suddenly you have frame drums going from Iran all the way up to Maryland and vice versa. Things are getting exchange in a way that would be impossible to pinpoint be like. This is where it started which are sort of music. Logical conversations always are like started with black like people in Africa and then it came through here and that is true but at the same time it was probably happening twelve different ways in different places. So it's like like the old like Alan John. Lomax Alan Lomax musicology is really more about the the tracing the origins and now we're in a different. We're in a different zone on and it's like you kind of have to trace origin so that you can you can make an invisible story visible again right and so you don't want to not do that at the same time It in a way does the thing that it's trying to avoid which is it. It creates a dominant narrative when actually the narrative is a narrative. It's a series of like it's a it's a network right. It's not a narrative and non linear non linear. It's not like a be like beginning middle end. Their one hundred beginnings one hundred medals channels and Andre and there is no end in some way. And so. That's that's interesting. Because linear narratives also kind of smuggle in hierarchy right there Yucky origins which you which is a different in a distributed network. That's right and so like linear narratives are very much speaking of higher keys. Like a very western way of telling history right and I think what musical colleges are are waking up to is that we want to do that anymore. You can talk about influences in connection points but it's it's it gets very tricky if you want to say this is the beginning and this is the end so organizing in time gets really hard. That's interest and that destabilizes. In some ways the power I struggle on both sides. Whether it's you know the dominant those those in power trying to enforce the narrative that they created the music or created the culture tone or whether it's others trying to upend that narrative this sort of undercuts that whole fight -solutely and anytime that you see in narratives dominant narratives originate. It's because because somebody usually in a very top down way decided this is the story. We're gonNA tell you look at the like the segregating of radio in the nineteen twenties in country music. Nick you had you had a whole bunch of black musicians playing country music and you had a whole bunch of white musicians playing rb but then they decided a certain point. No no you guys are routes so you you. Black musicians do R. and B. and you wipe musicians hillbilly music right and it just got racially segregated at that point again again that that those identity flags getting planted. This is what we do. This is what you did was just literally a an executive radio office decision so it wasn't organic at all marketing Claire Right exactly and so I wasn't one EXAC. Obviously you know what I mean. You know what I mean but yeah that that guy that guy is connected with all of this and the connection between your your father's story in Dali stray. There's the idea that country of Country Country Music as immigrant music which I found really really interesting and I guess the idea there is that it is that it's about leaving a kind of idyllic awake leaving an Eden of sorts. You know you're the the country childhood home and going off to the big city going off into the dangerous world going off into the woods woods. Whatever and that there's that there's overlap there in the kind of longing and the nature of that sort of music that you would get also from immigrant cultures? Yeah it might I team sort of more I think technically correct migration music but But yeah absolutely everything you just said. I mean the country music as this this I found really interesting and we didn't get to put put it into the series but the country music as an industry was only born when people stopped living in the country. And so what would happen as people would come from. Places like we're Dolly Parton and grow up Locust Ridge up way up in smoky mountains. They come down the mountain to Nashville where there was an industry naturals a city. It's a big city but there's an industry that had grown up to sing songs about the country and so it was itself. The industry was itself a souvenir of place. People no longer lived really the beginning of like the big first big country hit which was called a little old log cabin on the road in nineteen twenty one day wrong but he was exactly the point. Where if you look at the census were you see America head tip from being a predominantly rural society to a to an urban society so country music literally was born at the moment when Americans were no longer living in the country and so embedded into the very foundational idea of country music? Is that longing. It's about singing about a place that you've left that you miss. and which immigrant doesn't have that feeling and that's a kind of sorrow that I think left the rest of mainstream American in pop music. I think about the music of my wife's country Turkey. There is this concept called Houston in the Middle East which is this. Yes sorrow and longing longing and melancholy and that music is all in few like every popular song is deeply infused with melancholy and longing and that is is true of a lot of country music and that is really a decidedly not true of a lot of pop music. You know other solid. That's interesting yeah. That's super interesting. Because like the The grammar of country the musical grammar. You know like talking about the pedal guitar the crying steel we It's it sounds like crying right. It sounds like wailing. And there's there's all these cry breaks that they talk about where you make your voice you bend notes with your voice to make sound mournful which is extremely similar to the music of the Middle East. Oh you know the the singing style that Mel's matic singing style is all about mimicking. The sound of crying for the listeners is when you when you serve go glide over multi. Yeah yeah it sounds it. Sounds like some beautiful melodramatic singing. Yes you did you nailed it so yeah it all comes from the emotionality of sorrow I think and that's interesting to think of in the context of America right one. Major cultural strain in America is sort of positive charging foreword never looking back to which nostalgia and melancholy is something of a threat but see what's interesting about Dali is that she is both at once. Right right right. She's the vision of America. We all want to believe is true. That we secretly know isn't true anymore. which is that you can just grow up in a tiny little place up in the hills? have nothing no running water. No plumbing and then you come down and you become maybe the biggest star in the world like we all want to believe. America allows that to be true so she is like the quintessential into central bootstraps narrative. You know and this is as follows that to over the total air but all the while as she's charging into this kind of optimistic Sony Future. 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Think again to try sticks and get an extra twenty five percent off when you keep everything in your box. And there's a bonus stitch fix will waive the twenty dollar styling fee when news this show special. URL that stitch fix dot com slash kids slash. Think again stitch fix dot com slash kids slash slash. Think again. I'd like to talk a little bit about your process. Yours shame as in making this what did you have to begin with going into it. And then you're making hanging in real time I mean. The episodes are being released relatively soon after production. Yeah yeah so yeah well how. How does the process where you know? Has the project evolved significantly Ganley from where it started going all the way back to the beginning. I don't know that we knew we were going to do a series all the way back to the beginning I through my dad. As I mentioned mentioned I had a connection to Dolly Parton which we should say. Your father is a physician and she was in an accident and he treated her and they became friends. Yeah Yeah exactly and so I never really believed it was true. 'cause I'm living here. He's in Nashville. Still and I just kind of. I didn't think he was making it up. But I never fully holy let it enter my consciousness that he might know Dolly Parton because she's like she's like the patron saint of Nashville. So it's just weird that suddenly the idea of your dad. Yeah out with Dolly. He's he's not he's not that kind of guy so I love that is voices in the show to. That's really like like I had to kind of I got really interested in her around. Two Thousand Sixteen when the election was happening and people kept describing to me a Dolly Parton concert as sort of the opposite of the election in some way. It's the place where everybody it seems to come together. And so I got interested in that simple idea and asked my dad. Could you make an introduction. He did and so the first time I sat down with her. I didn't know if it it would be a series or an interview or anything and I had done a little bit of research had read a biography but I I wasn't as prepared as I should have been. She totally railroaded me for ninety minutes. Just telling me one beautiful story after another and singing and you couldn't get away so I walked out of there. You're being completely in awe of her and enamored but not sure if I could do anything with the tape It didn't feel like there was a lot that I could bring to her story curse story so out there I one. I'm sorry I WANNA bust in this money and say that it's interesting. I think it's interesting and meaningful that at this point in your career. You're still still open to just going and trying to have a conversation and see whether you know with absolutely no idea what kind of project it's going to turn into that as an artist you're you're you're willing to explore in those ways. Yeah I mean I feel like edney thing. Good that we that I've ever done Has Gone through this long period of flailing what it is you know. I've learned enough over the course of my career to to protect that space and to sort of say okay. This is like a development space where we're just GONNA do stuff follower instincts you kind of have to continually ask hard questions about what can be. But you kind of can't like define it. Too early. Premature certainty is always the enemy. I feel like and Yeah it was in that kind of fluid space. Where had the first conversation? I didn't think it was GONNA be useful I should say I didn't think I could bring anything new to the topic. But then Shema and I ended up spending ending. Well two things happen first. We went to the University of Tennessee to that class. That you mentioned right. That was pretty early on and To sit in a room with these twelve delve college kids and to see the way they were thinking so smartly and deeply and personally about her influence in their lives and about the history of their region of southern Appalachia. It just suddenly brought everything to life like. I thought Oh there is so much more here than just a celebrity. This is a person who represents a world that these kids are a part of and that they're struggling with and they have a lot of internalized stereotypes that they're externalizing through this history country research and she connected to all that and really complicated ways so that was like a real lightbulb moment and then the second thing that happened was we went and interviewed Dahlie a second time this time armed with all of this stuff that the kids had told us and we did a crap ton of research this time where we we basically gathered together everything that she had ever said in the media which is vast because she's been giving interviews for years and all these old pictures and these old records like record that she made when she was eleven and we put it all into basically powerpoint. How clearly a powerpoint presentation and we sat there with her and it was like a four hour interview and we just click through the powerpoint and we were just like okay in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven? This is you you said this. What do you think about when you hear this? And we just went. Click Click. Click and move through it. All these are kind of like the gem moments through her entire interview. No well I mean. We took her through her entire life. Practically it did the Porter Wagner chapter. Did we did a whole chapter on this her first gig singing for the cast Walker Grocery store which we never ended up using. We went through all of these sort of political questions about feminism in about Democrat Republican and all that kind of stuff happened in that same interview. Ah She talked about her. Suicide should suicide her a contemplation of suicide in an interview. We went through all of these old old songs that she had written when she was is like twenty three or four that are like deeply painful songs about female suffering. We played we hit play on a bunch of those and she just kind of talked about where they came from and there was something about that I think that whole experience like she saw how much we cared and how much we had thought through her life and that we were taking her super. We're seriously like most celebrity interviews with Dolly. It's like how have you been doing it so long. Great that's kind of the way that those conversations happen but she was like. Oh my God. These people have gone through my whole life and they've talked about songs that no one else talks about you know like the song down from Dover which is which she would say best song she wrote late sixties. Nobody cares to talk about that with her. I know this dress somewhere does an had the secret. I have tried concealing When he left e. promised me that he'd be back by the time it was really the to a woman who whose husband moves away right? She's pregnant she knows if she is noticed that she's pregnant the family's going to ex- ostracize which they do and then the the baby is born stillborn as a way of poetically saying to her. See He's not coming back and it's this horrible song of like a woman trapped by the prison of her circumstances says and by the culture that surrounds her. It's a beautiful song and it's a ballot it's got so many so many verses can allows you into a trance but We know we asked her about that song. uh-huh that's spun off into a whole story but I think she saw how serious we were and that was the moment. When the world of of Dolly Parton America really emerged all of these worlds about history history in the south and appalachia about feminism and politics and her as a songwriter and harassed somebody who's moved through these kind of moments with porter and like the glass ceiling moments? All of that stuff came from that one long interview and I feel like that's really when we walked out of there. Thinking of this is actually many episodes results. It's not just one episode. Like you know she. She talked about murder ballots in that story. And that was I walked out of there being like. I've got a cult leader to know more about what murder ballots are talked our moms singer a song about a woman being beaten to death and drowned right housing out who. What is a song so like all of these questions came out of that interview and then it just it just seemed like Oh? This is a bigger project on the political stuff. One of the interesting questions that the series raises raises right. which is something? I've been thinking about a lot lately. You know we're in. We're in a historical moment. Where just about everybody? I know feels that that. They are honor in her bound to to devote sixty to ninety percent of their consciousness in their energy to engaging and focusing on political questions Ashton to having strong positions to you know taking action on those in the world and it has occurred to me. You know lately that there's a kind of tyranny in in this and that you know that there is a need also for beauty and art in the world even at a moment when everyone is tearing themselves apart politically and that you know and that there have to be some people that aren't at war valley explicitly carefully does not take too many political positions outside of on. LGBTQ Hugh writes. It's yeah and it's it's one of the hardest. It's like this tension that doesn't resolve ever. I feel as you feel. I think we all do. It's like the circumstances of America right now are such that. You can't just stick your head in the sand you've got to engage it you've got to like speak out you've whatever the truth is to you. You gotTA speak that truth right at the same time. It is interesting to me that Dali's a political stance feels downright subversive. Right now right you know what I mean. It feels like rebellion in some weird way and that is really indicative to me that like maybe we should shut the fuck up and and not speak. And there's something she said a lot of things on this topic to me that have really stuck in my head and one of the things she said. It's almost an aphorism but I think it really hit me was is that we have the freedom to speak we also have the freedom not to speak and I think her decision not to speak on. Politics doesn't feel to me like she's avoiding controversy. It actually actually feels like a real ethos like a real decision and again we talked about how sometimes she is a she has the stance of a spiritual leader. I think in those moments she kind of does like she is is not going to judge. She's not going to cast someone out even if it means being accepting of somebody that you feel is despicable human now. I don't know how she feels about trump. But I'll say it all right like I. I think that trump is a madman. But I also know that to say that suddenly cuts me off from so many conversations that I could have right I was like. That's that's the tension I was thinking about family. You know and about like senseless stands. She's taking toward toward read. These things is the stance one might choose to take in a family and say okay. Like I'M GONNA sit down to dinner with these people even though we disagree radically on certain things and then in that detente in that choice not to directly speak to the thing that divides you sometimes overtime. There's a flowering our fourth of understanding of chain. Yeah whatever that can happen. That wouldn't happen otherwise totally you know. I just had a really moving conversation with one of my closest closest friends whose dad just passed away and he spent about two months with his dad and he loves his dad but his dad recently he became a trump supporter. And it was just this like just this. I feel it in my gut. I yeah and it was this wedge between them and not so much from his data point of view his dad's what I'm still your dad. I just I just like the guy but my friend was like no. You don't understand I can't love you take him. You know they got to that place and then His Dad got sick and he spent two months and he just realizing those moments there were other conversations for stations week. We could be having like you can just accept that. That's a deep deep fundamental. Difference that we have between us but it's not the only thing and there's something about hearing him him. Tell that story. That was really moving to me. It reminded me of Dolly and that I don't feel like she's ignoring things I think she's just trying to focus our attention on on the on other ways ways of speaking you know or other ways of relating to each other. I find that really refreshing right now. I find that it's really needed. She could be misunderstood in called out for that but not every every. It's not everyone's job to do the same job. Dago there you go. Yeah that's that is something you'll hear her say a lot because it's not my job. I'm an entertainer I. She thinks she sells herself a little bit short which he says. I'm an entertainer. I think she's more than that but I get it like I. I don't need that of of her and I think the people that need her to take a stand. I think generous way to say is they think she can move the needle but I think this sort of ungenerous ways it it's like a form of vanity. Do I need her to what if she's a trump supporter right. Do I suddenly want her to take a stand I duNno. Where does that leave us? Where does that leave us? You know so I you know my secret. Suspicion is she's not but that's just me I have no information to say Your name on that vets and that's my secrets Suspicion as well after listening into the show but I also yeah I have no inside Info there. So he's reaching for a box. I'm reaching for a box. Walks a blackbox. And you know what this thing is. We daily familiar or an art student from overland for Christ Sake but that doesn't the strategy oblique strategies this is sort of a mainstay of experimental untold dadaist creativity a creativity tool created by Brian. Eno and Peter Schmidt in nineteen seventy-five there a series of what I sometimes think of as like Zen Colon's that they wrote that are meant to kind of push you into a different space like when you're stuck in a creative project but We'll use them here like I'll have you draw one and we'll just use it like a free association. Whatever it okay to okay interesting all right go for a draw card from the middle of the deck jared it? Yeah read it out. What are you really thinking about? Just now incorporate that's great. What am I really thinking about right now I was? I was really thinking. This is a novel thing to do. Maybe I I should try it and one of my interviews and then I was thinking I was a little nervous about the car that I was GonNa hope. It didn't make me have to admit something which that's honestly what I was thinking. I like says incorporate something formal but but playful about that. We actually have two other people who we don't don't have mics in front of in the room. She must hear. What are you thinking right now? She was mouth is open about a thousand pounds and one in millisecond of time so many things there is a there is a sharply shaped object hanging next to Judd's head which looks like half a horseshoe and half a Weapon of elected throw at my head. Maybe there's like There's like a gem attached to it. Sounds like a beautiful weapon is that is that is that one of those is then in czar like is that an evil eye wording thing. But then it's like attached to a horseshoe that has spikes on it. It's the strangest thing and I don't know why thinking in the studio. I think they're both about lock right when I was thinking about this. And then there's some fish that her LEXA recent and metallic and they they're also cut it out and put on this board and happy Friday and I was thinking about. This is the first episode where he says he's a fish like he's like can't see the water of Dolly Parton Harden. 'cause she's so infused in the Tennessee and then I thought all that's episode wine and then episode eight which we're working on right now which Jabber an ebbing yesterday is is income encompassed in this weapon has somewhat spiritual someone very scared there's a horseshoe and we go to dahlie stampede. Where there is a horseshoe competition and it is the scariest episode that we've had to do? So far. It is the most intricate the actual horseshoe in in the stampede. Show is actually very lovely. And it's like a kids competition and someone gets a book from Dolly. But that's my incorporate underlying yeah it was just a window into the mind of Shema who is thinking a lot more things than I was at that. I'm glad I'm glad that she was here because lots going on in her mind. I think that that is actually as good a place for us to to wrap as any thank you so much for being on thank you Ganja's I've really enjoyed talking to. It's been a pleasure and this is a great conversation. I appreciate it and the series. The podcast series is Dolly Parton America. It is nine. The episodes and seven are out along with like a musical sampler thing and the next one drops drops Tuesday morning Tuesday morning it is imminent and that's it. Thank thank you for another amazing year of think again. We'll be back on January. Eighteenth Two thousand twenty for the beautiful new conversation with Joseph Goldstein. It's a perfect way to start the year. Your be safe. Be well and see that technology truth brought to you. By geico truth you will certainly send any text about your supervisor to your supervisor. What's wet Janet's fangs? Did she lose that. We'd whacker O sint wait. 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Rediscovering Janis Joplin

Rolling Stone Music Now

40:58 min | 1 year ago

Rediscovering Janis Joplin

"Hey I'm Brian hiatt rolling stone music. Now I'm in the studio with Holly George. Warren author of Sixteen Books Most recently Janice her life and music. which is what we're going to be talking about? Today is Osso two time grammy nominee and the longtime editor of Rolling Stones Book Division and a lot of books came out of that job. He asked over forty bucks over the years from photo books Anthologies of writing from the magazine. Kazini going back to the earliest issues to all kinds of rock and roll reference books the Rolling Stone Encyclopedia Rock and roll album. Guide elsewhere. The history of rock and roll. We did it all. Aw and you wrote biographies of Alex Chilton and Gene Autry. So this is your third biography but this book Janice her life and music is is a real accomplishment I think the highest compliment. I can pay to. It is by the end. I was dreading what was coming as I was was reading the last one hundred two fifty pages and then for the first time. This is someone who died before I was born. I never mourned her until I read this book and after I finished the book I was really really sad for a while. You know. It's her life is in some ways a tragedy in some ways. Not How do you see that. Well yes I mean she. She died way too young. I came to love Janice myself working on this book and interestingly I was alive when she was around down but I was just a wee lassie living North Carolina and basically Pearl posthumous album. That came out in seventy one was the first Janice album that I got and and I didn't know that much about her. As far as her own path her own journey as a musician as an artist. I of course read some books along the way. And she created such a vivid persona this image that I bought hook line and sinker this kind of Blues Mama and this kind of this flash of talent and and energy and then poof she was gone like a comet but going back and learning about her over actually quite a few years going back to when I was out rolling stone and got got to participate in conferences of the Rock Hall of Fame About Janice I decided wow you know there's so much about her I don't know and I really want to understand. Janice the person listen but also Janice the musician because I had never really gotten a sense of that from the other books so luckily for me I got to meet people. Close goes to her her bandmates people that worked with Chet Holmes who took her to San Francisco for the first time back in sixty three before big brother and the Holding Company and I was able to go back and meet friends of hers from High School and Learn about her youth in her evolution as an artist looking to find out about music and things like that that it took her on her journey out of Port Arthur Texas so yes. I'm always sad. I still tear up sometimes when I'm reading my book myself when we lose her but the the thing about genesis is she made a lot of tough decisions and she was fearless and she knew what she was doing. She knew she was taking a lot of risks. So I really do not want her to come across as a victim in my book. I mean. We're the victims because we lost our but she made those choices and you know sadly it was an accidental overdose. That took her out when she was only twenty seven hour. Among the many things I was struck by is the extent to which Janice was pushing pushing boundaries for a young woman in any era but especially her era and it actually reminded me weirdly of ethnic Curtis's recen- in Bio of Lou Reed where you learn. How ahead of the time? He was where people in high school were just like. This guy is insane and it was in some ways very similar because these were people who were literally ahead of their time they were ready to create the next generation the next era but she was already living it although from her perspective perspective. She was a Beatnik so she was in previous era. But what surprised you. Most about how far she pushed it even by the time she was eighteen years old. Yeah it's interesting. You bring up the Lou Reed book by Anthony Curtis Because I did read that book and loved it and I thought there were some real connections and the persona of both Lou Reed and John I mean I think Lou himself was also very much inspired by the beats early on and there was that whole idea of for Janice when she was fourteen years old she read on the road. Jack Kerouac when it was published fifty seven and his whole concept of beat being kind of beaten down you know outsider Outcast but still trying to experience life experience the dark corners of life away from that post World War Two optimistic like you know the white picket fence and everything you know the husband wife and two kids and the dog that kind of idea of life and Janice at such a young age really glommed onto the idea. The beats soon. After that she discovered the blues she discovered some lead belly records. And then after that Bessie Smith they just totally turned her around as far as what music could be now. She grew up at a time when you know the early rock and roll little. Richard Chuck Berry Fats Domino. She heard some amazing music driving around around in you know she was in the Gulf Coast area of Texas and they used to call it Doing the triangle going from Port Arthur to Beaumont to orange. Just listen listen to the radio. Smoking cigarettes drinking beer. You know and she was really a fan and she was also a very very curious Korea and wanted to find more this music the lead belly and the Bessie Smith which those records were really hard to find in the nineteen fifties. So she started seeking out that kind of music but but she didn't consider herself a singer. She was born with a beautiful soprano voice that she use in the church choir and the Glee Club and school and everything but it was only after she started trying trying to work with her voice and seeing a different way with more guts and with more rough edges to it fast when she really started to find herself as a singer and she wouldn't have done that. I don't think it hadn't been for like Louis kind of going outside. The norm of what her typical Roth culture was in port. Arthur taxes axis in the nineteen fifties. There's a moment when she for the first time breaks out into the first version of that voice and it was actually imitating or data is took off. Yes she was. I was really drawn to African American voices and she discovered a no debt or record. Now Oh Donna was trained. I think she was even an opera singer like like Janice she could sing. All different kinds of Music Janice called it her kind of Mule Skinner Blues type of Sand with what Janice was drawn to but again you know this there was so much amazing music going on in that period that part of the country that I think she really glommed onto but she would actually go up to radio stations at night to try to meet the DJ and like find out about the records. And can I get some coffee and stuff like that because she was just obsessed but she thought going to be an artist. She wanted to be a painter. She was quite talented artistically but when she started singing for an audience basically by the time she enrolled at ut for awhile in Austin Texas in nineteen sixty two and started getting that feeling of the audience feedback when she sang performing with this little Combo called the waller our creek boys that really set her on her path to become a performer as well as a singer. And that's one of the things you emphasizes while an interview. She would kind of propagate gate this myth that it was all kind of an accident and she fell into it. There actually was a long period of training and studying that led her to develop her Stalin. Voice Worse yes. She was the perpetual student of music and she was still doing that. You know when she recorded Pearl in nineteen seventy. She never wanted to just kind of stay with one sound or one style of music. She was driven to continually evolve as an artist. Sing different styles of music. Different musical Kohl backing again. She tried to make it early on after she left Austin and sixty three as a blue singer doing some original. She'd already started writing writing songs herself. She learned to play on a harp. She was teaching herself guitar. And so she went out to the Coffee House scene in San Francisco. And actually I rub shoulders with the people like your Macau Conan and Jerry Garcia. Who of course later a few years later they'd all be the king and Queen of the counterculture and Haight Ashbury and all that but She did that for a while so I mean. She was constantly evolving as an artist but also working really hard to and yeah. I totally always bought her myth that she's just like all all about the field. ABC You know and just going out there and do letting it all out and just kind of almost like just kind of came out of her and that was really not the case. It was a lots and lots hardwork and effort on her part that trip to San Francisco. The first one is one of the places where I said. Wow this was an incredibly brave young woman because it was so Outside of the norm for that time and she was taking huge risks and then she did very quickly she ended up. Pretty horrifyingly ended up a very I serious speed at it with terrifying speed. Yeah Yeah it was an actually. Brian believe it or not. That was actually her. Second Time Hitchhiking The San Francisco. She I went when she was eighteen. Eighteen years old hitchhiked. She was living out in Venice. Beach trying to be a beat neck. And so she hitchhiked up to San Cisco when Kinda just hung out checked out the scene and everything and then took the bus back home to Texas but yes when she really went to try to make it. It's hard for us to imagine now because there's such infrastructure now if you want to build audience and go out and perform but here she was all alone. A young woman nowhere to live sleeping on floors sometimes slept on the floor. The Coffee House where she he performed making you know five or six dollars maybe usually pass the hat kind of things and speed was everywhere in North Beach in the summer of that period of the early sixties. And she yeah she fell into that and you know in the beginning she and some of her friends were doing it because it just like taken can pep pills which she had done in college even they were very widely available in those days and then she went from that to methamphetamine and horribly ended up injecting it so she definitely pretty much wrecked yourself at that point and by nineteen sixty five. She had really won a lot of fans with her voice but by then then she was really sidetracked by you know she was down to like eighty eight pounds and had to go back to Austin and oh I went back to Port Arthur and was kind of nursed back to health family and then eventually she ended up performing in Austin again. There's a harrowing moment. When in the early dissolution she fell into? There's a sign up at a club club. I think in San Francisco said do not under any circumstances give money to downs Joplin or something like that which is like Yikes. I mean that shows how far she went so fast and again you have to remember how old she was you know. She was still in her early twenties at this point so she was just this kid she really had for the first time in her life. All these wide open possibilities to just go out there and you'll be beat so She did that and it really scared heard her though she knew how close to death she had come and when she did go back home she totally straightened up. She actually transformed into this taxes. Axes college co ED. Commuting to Lamar Tech in Beaumont Texas wanted to be a sociology major. Fortunately for me she wrote amazing. Oh my my God. These letters that she wrote to this horrible cad conman boyfriend that she had who was supposed theon say she like seventy or eighty letters over about three or four months and they're just so self analytical they're funny they describe her life with her State of mind her family. I mean it's it's literally like I got in her memoirs something getting to read all those letters which were in like a family archive that they allowed you access to know those letters. Yeah she later wrote home to her family a lot when she ran off again and sixty six. She told her parents. She was going to Austin for the weekend. She really moved back to San Francisco so of course they were horrified fight because they thought she was going to end up like she had the first time and so she wrote home a lot of ladder so yes the family shared those with me. These letters thank goodness. The guy the one good thing about him being such a con man horrible guy was that he sold the letters so I was able to find lots of them through some dealers who handle rare manuscripts scripts and letters who very kindly gave me scans to read. I found some on the Internet from other auction houses. Who have them up for sale? And I think the family we had a couple that they had actually purchased over the years so I was able to track down a lot of them and also she wrote letters to some of girlfriends that I was able to track down so luckily luckily she left this amazing paper trail. You had really strikes me that It's going to be a lot harder. Of course for people to write Bagger Fay's of people in the post letter writing writing era once again you so fortunate that she was such a prolific and articulate and with confessional letter and you know what's interesting is the family was great they did. It's share with me a lot of her personal effects that are in evolved out in Los Angeles and I thought it was so cool. They had quite a few of her books that she had in her home when she passed away and one of them was collected letters of f Scott Fitzgerald so she liked reading other people's letters to and then which is pretty cool the period in which she went back home for a while and like you said tried to be sort of a regular Texas young woman actually again Lou Reed did the same thing after velvet underground very str- these thirty two people. I never thought of any parallels before these books but again you feel very sad for her because she's trapped in this even after everything she wanted to fulfil what society. Heidi wanted for her parents. Thank yeah I wouldn't say it was society but it was her parents because she knew how horrified they were that she she had almost died before and she wanted to please them because of course they especially her mom wanted her to be. Yes a traditional college co Ed mom and wife and all that stuff and there was part of Janice said did want those things you know especially the security because this was a very loving close knit family family that she came from now. Her Dad was a real kind of outside the box. Kind of dude he was an atheist. Port Arthur Texas which was quite you unheard of in those days. She also saw her dad's obsession with music now. He was really into classical music. He'd come home from Working Texaco worked in the oil business middle management and would come home and listen to Bach and Beethoven at night and he loved to read he read history and philosophy sophy and really encouraged her to be different to think outside the box to voice for opinions and girls in port. Arthur Texas were not actually looked upon as being people that should be voicing their opinions so for example in school she had been fairly popular in done all those kind of fifties traditional type of activities in school but by the time she got to high school she was doing things like standing up in favor of desegregation which was was really frowned upon in Texas at that time and she of course got really into music. She started sneaking off going across the river to hear some live bands play and these road houses in Louisiana should be the only girl in a car load boys so she started getting a real bad reputation in town so by the time she was like eleventh twelfth South grade she was pretty much hated and bullied and mistreated by her appears in school. Yeah and they were spreading totally fictional rumors about her sex life which seemed to have been played into. You had people saying that if people were saying that she was easy etc etc might as well be and so that seemed to have kicked off her actual sexuality Weird Way. Yeah it was you know again. This was the fifties and they had all these morals especially for the girls. Zeno the guys in town. Hey all the boys could go hang out at the local brothels I mean there was this Big Red Light district right there in Port Arthur where the guys would go and of course course the girls did anything like that. Their reputations would be dashed forever at the same time wants your sexuality did develop again talk about ahead of her time. She was entirely open in fluid in her bisexuality. In a way that seemed to shock people in the San Francisco scene sometimes just shows how how far out she was. I mean there's so many yes parallels with Lou Reed Right. He knew yes she was. You know still quite young and openly had relationships ships with both women and men beginning when she was very young even before she moved out of San Francisco and she was poly-amorous and made no bones about it and I think she really just again she wanted to follow her own passions her own hearts her own desires ears regardless of what the cultural norms were at that time and in fact I think that's what led to the horrible incident that occurred when she was in Austin and that's what made it so sad for her when she would build up all these people in her life that really cared about her and supported her in loved her and then they would turn on her with this horrible. You know vitriol and just like you know school. She had friends growing up all of a sudden. Everybody turned against her. Well in Austin she became the darling of the the scene playing music she was featured in the school skull the UT newspaper with an article titled She dares to be different and was playing at thread kills and really build up a big following she again. She had relationships with guys and Gals in particular one woman that was known to be lesbian. And so the fraternity guys I think single Janice Out because of her notoriety as a singer on campus and they had this ugliest man on campus contests that usually they nominate like a linebacker. Or something from the football team. mm-hmm so one of these jerks of course genesis being one of the contestants in plastered her name on a poster all over campus as one of the candidates for the ugliest ugliest man on campus which was just so horrible and hurtful and I think again part of it was that she was different. She hung out with men and women and was seen gene often with another woman et Cetera. So it was kind of does anti Lesbian anti-gay kind of thing against her but it was it was really painful and so she ended up leaving soon after that and hitchhiking out December Cisco in nineteen sixty three you know the time that she was enrolled at ut when a couple of semesters then she dropped out just the week of her twentieth twentieth birthday and that's when she moved out of San Francisco and was doing the coffeehouse folk scene kind of thing bland. bessie Smith songs in her own stuff and she did actually you. You know one of her future band members who actually formed big brother and holding company basis. Peter Albin he was on that folk scene he and his brother had a little duo and so she did kind kind of museum then so a lot of people who would become part of her inner circle just a few years later in sixty six when she moved out for good and joined big brother and the Holding Company Company. That's when she got embedded with them. Let's jump to sixty six when dance. Joplin moves out to San Francisco again and and this time big brother and holding company are essentially waiting for her. She got audition like the moment. You got there pretty much. Yeah I mean they've been together since sixty five had been playing some of the crazy like atr tests and things like that and you know the scene was really starting to cook by sixty six in San Francisco. I mean you know you're talking about the summer more of love. Really you know. Sixty six was the real summer of love. And that's when she arrived in June now Chet Helms who she knew also Taksin met him in Austin Austin in that period you know sort of be confusing but in sixty three. She had originally hitchhike with him to San Francisco. He stayed when she left a comeback back to get off speed and everything so anyway he became really part of the whole Ground Zero of the family dog he started avalon ballroom so he was part of that and he was managing big brother and the Holding Company. Now a couple of bands had female singers. Great Society had one name Grace Slick and another one. Lynn called Jefferson. Airplane had a Sydney Anderson and later of course grace would take her place finalized yet but Big Brother other Peter Album who co-founded it was doing most of the singing but you know it was a very democratic banned. It was part of that whole communal kind of things just like grateful dead at that time. Time so different singers sang different songs. Different members of the band. There was two guitarist. Same Andrew and James Gurley. They contributed songs to and they sang some mm songs but they were realizing that they had a strong female singer. Could bring them up a notch you know and so Janice came out and you know. She thought it was an audition but the the minute. She opened her mouth and started singing. They knew my Gosh. This woman is amazing and she had never ever sang with an electric fan before she suddenly had had to completely change her style because she had these really loud guitars behind her. They were rehearsing at this old funky carriage house. Kind of loft place with no monitors senators or anything. I mean the clubs in have monitors really and she had to be able to hear herself suddenly seeing over this glaring. They called Freak rock at the time so it was. It was a huge again another evolution musically for Janice to adapt and come up with this whole new style of singing and of course develop up this amazing stage presence that she did. Yeah I thought that was fascinating that she hadn't thought of herself at all as a rock singer up until practically that moment when she got in front of Big Brother in the holding company she really had thought of herself as a blues singer. Had done this route. CR stuff that leaned towards country but there she was is and it's sort of like she had gone to a certain point in her development but it took standing in front of that band to take all the way to being the Janis Joplin that the world would know if yeah exactly she worked again very hard on developing this unbelievable stage presence that she had the way that she was able to connect act with. Her audiences is unparalleled. I mean I have interviewed people for the book who saw her and sixty six play at San Francisco State soon after she joined the band and today they're still talking about that experience as if it just happened last week it was that powerful and especially I think for Women Janez able to tap into these deep feelings. He's losses feelings of shame. Disappointment things that most of us want to hide and not express it all. We don't want people. Yeah no we even feel those things but she was able to tap into that and then put it out through her vocals and just such an authentic way and holy holy connect with people so instead of singing to them. It was almost as she was singing for them. She was expressing these feelings that they had themselves and just blew people away. The Big Brother in holding coming didn't quite know what they're getting into of course and the success was an immediate but it was a snowball downhill once it picked up momentum momentum it got almost out of control pretty fast and obviously Monterey pop was a big moment in there. Yeah I mean here's the thing. Big Brother Janice loved that band and they had had a very cool thing that they did when she joined. They were very improvisational and they did. A lot of core punk rock stuff. I love hearing some of their stuff and she was really really into that too but she again. She was restless soul when it came to her music. She didn't want to stick with one thing. She was like a Neil young type. You know she wanted to keep doing different things and even early on soon. After she joined the band she actually almost quit to join this kind of supergroup that elektra records was trying to put together. That would have been and her with the Great Taj Mahal. Stephan Grossman fabulous finger picker. So who knows what could have happened but her love for the guys and they really do not want her to quit and do this. They had a month long residency in Chicago. Coming up which on the surface was really a disaster because again this was late summer of sixty. XT6 and hippies were not very known quantities in Chicago Illinois at that time and people were kind of horrified and they were having to play five sets a night night at this club called mother blues and could barely get any audience in the air so the thing is was forced them to really expand the repertoire. They wrote new songs. Things added more songs to their sats and Janice had to work her butt off to get to get people's attention to get them to stick around and listen so really early helped her hone her craft as a performer on stage. So again big brother though they were a democracy. Peter Album was pretty much. The band leader her again. He was one of the guys that started the band so gradually though people just really glommed onto Jan spy when they returned back from Chicago in the fall all of sixty six and even Jerry Garcia told one of the first new rock scenes. That have just started that time before rolling stone and started hey you know Janice chaplain is amazing singer and I think the band is working their material to be a better fit with her vocals kind of thing and so that's kind of what happened and they just discovered more material that was perfect for them and we're gradually building an audience but it wasn't until of course about a year later after. She joined that they did Monterey REPAP. And then that's when really they got national attention for the first time and again Janice became the real focal point of the press and of people. You know important. People in the industry astray like Clive Davis at Columbia. Who would sign them? Albert Grossman Bob Dylan's manager arguably the most famous music manager in the country ended up signing joining them etc.. There's the part where and it's such a stereotype. But I'm sure it didn't make it any less painful for the band when they see the cut of the Monterey pop film and the Roseau Oh Jeez it's a lot of Janice although I have to say it's all in the eye of the beholder because if you you know I've looked at that footage so many times and of course every time I see ball and chain it just it never goes away how powerful that performances. I mean it's so fresh and killer but you know it does actually open with tight tight close up shots of the guys in the band doing the intro the musical in trial so that is in their. Unfortunately they did cut out this very long James Gurley. Qatar break they did cut that out. And then you know once Janez start singing but realistically I mean you can't take your eyes away from her so I mean Pinna Baker the great eight documentary filmmaker who just passed. He was nuts over her and the camera just couldn't look away. The editor couldn't look away so it's kind of understandable how that would happen open. Lets you let sort of force of nature into your band. It's GonNa take over but I mean there's a long standing debate that you get into in the book big brother. The whole company were one of the most sort of critically derided bands of their era in some ways. They're always was this kind of running thing of they can't I can't really play. They weren't up to genesis talent and what I didn't really know until I read. Your Book is how aware Janice became of that criticism and how aware Albert Grossman was of that criticism and also propagated himself and but at the same time they were doing as you said there was something punk rock and cool about. Maybe people didn't appreciate so well that whole feel versus technique kind of thing. I mean technically you know they could pull it off right but their whole vibe was. It's all about the feel and that was the importance for them was to just kind of go with it and yeah they would hit bad notes or they would you know it was punk rock. You know it was. Garage is rock kind of thing and I love that kind of music and stuff. Then you had these people like the Mike Bloomfield's the Paul butterfield's you know some really incredible. Great technicians missions. Really great great players. Who would be very critical of they're playing and and all that kind of stuff but you know again you could look at them and say well these guys just is play the same kind of stuff over and over and over just Kinda matter what your taste is? The big break was because yeah John is wanted to do other stuff. She was obsessed with Otis just reading. She was obsessed with soul music. She loved a Rita's. Atlantic records debut. She loved Etta James. I mean she loved some of the stuff being cut in muscle shoals and Memphis and she wanted to try to sing with that sound and yeah that was not in big brother's wheelhouse at all. They did what they did. Very very well but Janice wasn't content to just do one thing. She wanted to keep moving. Keep trying different things. So yeah ultimately even if they'd been like the most perfect proficient technicians and super polished and all that kind of stuff she would have eventually moved on still. The book gets had a bit the issue of whether she was entitled to Sing this music which is always a question that's asked and people think it wasn't asked until recently but actually was asked going all the way back to the sixties way before to jazz and all sorts of things and she is an example of white woman singing in a black style and I think the meanest comment anyone making the book is Mick Jagger of all people said if I wanted to hear black singing go to see a black singer. It's an interesting person for that to me saying that hot calling the kettle black. I was a bit taken aback right by that. But where do you land on that. And where did Janice land. And I also note that someone like Buddy Guy says flat out the Janice Sang Black Cheating. People that played with her. You know we're colorblind and I think Janice was colorblind. When it came to music and music specially when she discovered lead belly at Bessie Smith early early on and then later of course Otis when she saw his performances and heard his records? I mean this is the music that really spoke to her. Okay and she. I love that music and through listening to that music. She was able to tap into her own soul her own experiences her own sorrows and we we all have sorrows no matter what color your skin is whatever and she was born with the soprano pretty voice but she. That kind of ways didn't do it for her. You know it would be like an artist doing paint by numbers or something. You know So I think the fact that the music that moved her happen to be primarily black music. And that's what she wanted to sing. That's the kind of music she liked. It still going to be channeled through her own experiences through her own voice and band is GonNa come out being Janice distinctly Janice. I mean there's no other singer that sounds like her no matter what color of their skin now the thing. That's interesting to me as you mentioned. I wrote a book about Gene Autry. We'll guess who was the biggest gene autry fan and wanted to sing gene autry songs lead belly and John Lomax Max who was kind of a shrink him around and his manager. Whatever would not allow lead belly to seeing gene autry songs because that wasn't appropriate for his persona that he was projecting a former convict blues singer etc so he was not allowed under his when he was handling him to? Do you those kind of songs. In fact lead belly talks about that when he got to meet Gene Autry and and does some of gene autry songs from some library of Congress recordings. I've heard so. I think we run into trouble if we try to stop people from expressing themselves musically because of issues of race color those kind of things. Obviously if someone is going to be a minstrel show you know black face. I mean that's horrific so we don't want anything like that music cleaning plane and and I really don't think Janice was like that. I don't think she was trying to copy black singers. That inspired her. She was trying to do it in her own way. There's a scene scene where she goes to see big Mama Thornton and concert and she actually sees reform ball and chain and he's literally writing down the lyrics which could be you know kind kind of an ultimate image of cultural appropriation except that she asked Mama Thornton if she could cover it and gave her full appropriate songwriting credit for it. And thus I presume gave you big Mama Thornton some pretty serious checks from that I hope. Oh Yeah in fact Yeah Big Mama Thornton road ball and chain had not even recorded at yet. What's very poetic about that? Whole the relationship is that when Chan back in the fifty Saul Elvis do hound dog on Ed Sullivan and loved it of course and love to Elvis? But she wanted to know more and she found found the original recording that big Mama had cut nearby Houston Texas not far from Port Arthur on duke records her original version which is very very different than Elvis has got a lot more grit and soul and it's just amazing and she loved that record that became her favourite. And then you know yeah fast fast forward. Ten years later she gets to see her little club. At that point big Mama Thornton's star had fallen Commercially as far as the music business goes and and yes. They did ask her permission. And she's like yeah if you don't if it up you know if you don't fuck it up we can say let's write World Siriusxm right. Yeah so anyway anyway but yes one thing about Jan was. She loved to promote those singers. Who inspired her so? Every time she did songs live she always would tell who who wrote the song so she always gave him on credit for it as well as you know other artists whose work she covers she would go on to Cavite and rave about Tina Turner and Kevin hadn't even didn't even not Turner was at that point. She pay for Bessie. Smith's gravestone really beautifully. Yeah yeah so she really liked to put it out there for people to learn about her heroes house and a lot of them were women is also important to note how many women as you point out were inspired by Janice yeah mix and a million other people from stevie Nicks to Alicia Lisa Keys. I mean that's pretty cool. A wide range of different styles of artists have been inspired by the different facets of Genesis Artistry. Now when you get into genesis drug abuse and her self destructiveness some of it seemed to be powered by a real sort of existential depression. She she called the cosmic blues. Her father had a similar thing he called it. The Saturday night swindle. What was that well? Her Dad was pretty much a fatalist and told told her when she. I was Kinda down and out in San Francisco about sixty four or something like that. Hey look you know in ain't never gonNA get any better you know in Janice. She had that fifties optimal you know you work hard and you get better and then you'll be happy one day and basically his kind of existential show anx was no matter how hard you work. You think you're going to get the Saturday night to go out and have fun. Well guess what that's GonNa suck too you know you're gonNA wake up with a hangover the next day and feel like Shit Shit so Janice realized that no matter how much success she was going to have there's always going to be maybe disappointment loneliness emptiness other holes holes in her soul that you know as much as she wanted to be successful and wanted to be a rockstar. That wasn't gonNA fill that part. So yes she called the Cosmic Osmond Blues on this one of my favorite songs that she wrote Cosmic Blues which is on her first solo album I got to mow cosmic blues again. Mama which came out fifty years ago this year. I can't believe that cute a in another moment. That caused dredd when you read it. As when she kind of in some ways it was inevitable in some ways it wasn't but when she shoots heroin for the first time it's just like Oh that led her down the path that little to me to her death. It's hard to see otherwise. Yeah it's it's a horrible horrible problem problem in lots of her heroes. You know Billie holiday and a lot of the jazz players got into heroin and there was this horrible kind of romantic kind of idea. Yeah about heroin. And of course she really got into it when she did leave big brother and was trying to for the first time. Be A bandleader which takes it's a Lotta work to learn how to instead of being a member of the band to run the band to hire the players to be in charge plus write new songs doing a whole new stall music etc and there was so much pressure She was getting tons of media attention and so she started just kind of going into that blanket of numb numbness of heroin. And Yeah it's so many musicians musicians. I mean look at Eric Clapton. Keith Richards Dwayne Allman. I mean there were so many people from that same period that horribly fell into the same trap and the same time as much as there are things that when you look at it seemed to lead in the direction of while she would have been pretty downcast at that point in her life. There's an awful fight with her mother were mother says I wish he never been born which aches and she was very upset about the death of Jimmy Hendrix which people don't realize that didn't know each other super well well but they had a real sort of affinity for each other tight and so you can say. Oh Jeez you know. Things were bearing down on her at the same time. What actually really happened as you clearly tell us she just had the wrong kind of heroin? She did dose. That was four. What's usually would have? But she had China White. I think a very pure kind of heroin. There was a total axe. Yeah it was kind of like the whole federal thing today and horribly you know Janice had a drinking problem for sure and drinking alcohol. Alcohol is much worse on the voice than drugs heroin so basically she was trying to cut back on the drinking. She loved her band. She loved working with her producer. Paul Rotschild I think she was co-producing record with him. She had a lot yeah Pearl. She had a lot of input and things were going well for her but awfully she was trying Weiner self off the drinking sadly she runs into her dealer at the hotel. She was staying in Los Angeles and she ended up by herself beginning. This really pure dose of China white just had come into the country for the first time it was I think something like eight people. Od that same night that she did on the same heroin so horribly. That's what ended. Her life was just an awful accident and they also didn't have the kind of rehabs they have now. Yes she'd been clean for about four or five months so of course we're tolerance was much lower as well so yeah it was just. She didn't have really a great support system to stay clean some of the people in her life who who had helped her clean up around at that time and again she was by herself. There was no one there to revive her. It was so pure. 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8 BIT CRUMBS - 07 - 23 - 2020

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They didn't span anytime like someone talking about figures random licks, which I appreciate it good good very good man. You know they didn't pull A. They didn't pull a college course like Sony did. Come. Out and do a lecture draw plugging formulas. We've observed that people don't Shit. VOID YEAH! It's all about the games, and that's what we're GONNA. Talk About WanNa talk about most of the trailers at they had at least the ones that tried to show some games at least featured a little bit of Gameboy. Just a little bit jazz little bit. Yeah, people they. I I'm I'm glad that you brought that up Tom. I am getting so sick and tired of people just releasing two minute long CG, cut scenes and our presentations and without showing game. Yeah, except we don't know the context of like how how it plays. What's actually going to look at what the art is? I guess it's basically concept. I guess the Willie want to create. They never donated. Frustrated I'm thinking. That's why I'm not going to talk about that stuff tonight, no point. In nominee! For one. Okay one. But most of these tonight. You know if I want to watch a trailer with Gameplay I'll go watch a fucking movie down. Watch trailer for a movie I'd be fine. You to play I'm not here to watch. Can always think back in the rule player. I want to get involved. A lot of people like to watch but I. No, no, not that way now. You don't want me in the room watching Giambi. Mandalay is that you kind of put those others aside right there. I'm very curious to see the the one that does not have a whole lot of gameplay and I'm curious to see why you put that in there. But we'll get to that soon. which trailers do we have for you well? You just have to stick around and see. Was We. Tell you everything you just leave us. You just go away. Abandoned like you always do you to see the whole thing? Exactly exactly so. I'm you have some favorites out there? 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There is a sex scene. Yes, so did you play that on your stream? Yes, so what the fuck me, okay, so what is going with? Twitch and nudity and sex like. Because somebody will get banned for things like a dude had an e mode. I think I mentioned this to you one time. Okay? A dude had an email. It was a little cartoon. CHARACTER SPONGEBOB RIGHT A. Spongebob once much BOPs pants were yeah, it's like his his ripped underwear something. It's ripped new seed the sponge. Spot yeah, this is fun just not as of Spun Yeah Yeah Yeah I know talk about. Just a crack of sponge exactly at the tip and then another guy had a emailed. That was sitting on it. It was a little cartoon character. was sitting on a toilet right? He got banned for that the thing that brought back once. You're tested it, but it's just like okay. What fuck man! Yeah, this thing about. About nudity about sex, and I don't know whether you draw the line because apparently when it happens in a game, they don't give a fuck, but if you see a cartoon character spongebob doing something then it's okay i. they don't have a thorough policy in place. It's completely random how they do it like I know some streamers who actually purposely block out nude scenes in games that they play and yet, and maybe it's because they're so big I think maybe the bigger streamers they get more of views and is more aware of them, so they came entre. You can't show that. I played games that feature new day before and I joke about. Censored I. Use My own image to enlarge to get rid of the stuff nipples, but I've never read a specific policy where no. You can't have this this thing. They have to fix that because I. Don't know I've no idea so. Yeah, because that's what I was wondering. Because you encourage, people play games of all types. You know good fucking well. That's going to be a new a new scene or a sex scene coming up and there's nothing you can do about it all the time. Yeah, it's part of the story or something. Yeah, yeah, so, but then you know the. Guy Shows a cartoon characters sitting on a tortoise spongebob shows underwear and all of a sudden. That's that's the that's looked down upon that. That's an offense that you can get. A suspended by our band battle offense. It seems so much less than not ask. Controversial is something like a new thing and in a video game. Then there's there's just there's just no policies in place, and that's the biggest problem. Have the wrong I did too was on his form before we before right before I got on the twitch. And we were talking about that very thing right this year. You know what should be done about the approach to nudity odds kind of stomach. One one guy even came in, and said well I. You know I appreciate that twitches more family oriented and I was like what the fucking talking about people kill game. They killing people kill violently in games all the time, and that's coming from as based many. Are CG titties I've seen. Twitch. Start the gun I was like. I said no offense. But what the fuck do you think there's anything family oriented about this? Maybe he's in his own. Little bubble doesn't even realize I can think of yeah. Yeah, like I, I, don't. I. Don't get into just worries me because you know if I, if I've been playing his game light. The reason why I'm sure that got brought up is because I'm looking at all this. Asking brought up here and then they showed like. They right now we see spongebob and he's asked cheeks moving around exactly. Yeah, you got Jiggle got the Jiggling Jiggling Jiggling. Santa Claus, shaking his ass man. We're banned yeah. Oh Santa Shakes his ass. Would pass on. All the sudden I got to be nervous about that, but people send appeared decapitating disembowelling fucking showing. Body parts that's been a very weird thing where in the states like violence in like know whether it be gory or whatever? That's fine in media, but the idea of sex or nudity taboo where it's kind of like the opposite in Europe where Nudie today's show that newspaper because he boobs and newspapers. It's nothing, but they do frown and violence more. It's just weird the. Cultural divide over it. I mean you've put you freak the fuck out about cartoon character now I just not even conceptualize at all I think they pay more attention to something. That's outside of the realm of gains. Because Games has been. Thank for so long, but when you see you know fucking American dad working. All of a sudden as weird. But people not approve it. People have played. People have played. The last of sex scene has shown yes. You showed Yup. Yeah, nobody nobody says a fucking word about. This is days me man does. there's just no consistency and that that's the biggest thing which has to be consistent with what their policies are over something like that like sexually explicit or violent content they aren't. They your examples that you brought up where they're banning people for for IMO usage. It's like okay. What can can you not have with an e note? That needs to be put into I've never I've never? There is something out there, but I haven't read any policy in regards to what can and cannot be in an email, so and I need some clarification. I'll just say this. I asked did I asked and I got a long as. I'm not going to who asked. I'M NOT GONNA. I'M NOT GONNA. Say because I don't WanNa. Say Anything but I. I asked Twitch Fischler. Long answer and just ended with so you don't know. Here, you're. Just Like no! I like the honesty at least. Yeah! Work Yeah Yeah Yeah and I think that they're working on and. Just don't be banning people. Over. 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Yes, they were trying to stay. which runs law so that subtext for years like? This is what really was being discussed you. Motherfucker is just walk downplayed that. If you got rid. Smoking a pipe broad sterling. Back on your childhood. Was it really all it seemed. We don't think so. As we tune in to the Khartoum fucked up so. I will have a real name. Time. Oh, let's see. Let's go ahead. and. Tell these people how to send us. Their emails. We invited them and we were so rude. We did not put up an email address for them. Let's fix that folks. Please send us an email where we take our commercial breaks and you can send that email to number. Put this scroll backup. Send that two. K The man's ad g mail dot com. KC. E Gino dot com you emails, questions, comments compliments in so. Right. Hit US up on the social media twitter. INSTAGRAM face book. If. I'm too busy out there taking. 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We might learn play against some time cool. Jeez. People run the Sea of fake as a real close up something new. Seeing some. That's different fake. Do. Yeah Big Day looking at the chant. They see called you a bitch. I believe believe. I've victim of his abuse before. Reading around I'm very sorry. Yeah I heard about some of that now terrible. ALL RIGHT Tell you what? What somebody Chedda you said well since he thought he let me go in call you. Bitch Myself Dan. Check came in. He's in bowling. Bids? Is The plain simple batch. Right Ya. Oh. Let me see. Cord Bitch Coleman. Summed it on. Everybody, let's go ahead and take the commercial break. We'll take the commercial break right now. Allah, we'll come back to talk about. Some of the previews that we saw at the X. Box showcase. Won't try to show you the best things that they had out there. Maybe one or two things that not. Just okay now try to show you. Must Game Play as we can? Exactly because God knows they weren't showing. But we AIN'T GONNA. Do you like that so folks? Let's go ahead and take this commercial break. And we shall return. Right after. Somebody just stabbing. Let me see we got here. Somebody let me know ask Nick. says. new hairball video. Yes, we're going to listen to that. Okay Let's see. scarface nate scarface. I same as scarface natal here has to say. Oh let me see. He be heard of the direct. Netflix show Camp Creek Cretaceous coming in August What are you thoughts on? That is a Jurassic world. Show and nothing has come from it except the teaser. I have mixed thoughts on it and I was wondering what you thought since you liked. Battle at Big Rock is is that the animated show or his live action? I don't know the show takes place the dominance break. The dominance breakout Jurassic world's. Wrigley direct but I. Don't know if it's live action. I haven't even heard about this being me. I heard about it, but I thought it. Just kind of went away. I thought because of corona or something got delayed and they kind of went dorm. I mean if it's live action. You got to kill some of those. A threat okay gotta eat. One of these kids keep out running. These goddamn diners now possibles policy. I give him the benefit down the first film. Okay, find your stylish and your world, but one of those kids guiding world. Yeah exactly somebody. Let me see. I don't WanNA play any. Real because they have some these that say Camp Cretaceous, season one trailer. Like one from a year ago, I'm looking at. Oh, Jeez, okay I'm not I don't I. Don't trust it. All these keeps saying fan film or I. DON'T Trust. But, I, think it's cool to expand into TV, and they can keep up. The quality are least you know has an exceptional television quality. Keep up with the movies. No Man I. When you when you only have one truly great film in your franchise I'm Kinda burned out drastic. I love that I film. It's an incredible and I watched. It about two weeks ago again. From my stream and but I think about all those sequels like none of them not come close to reaching the quality that film it's. They're all disappointing, even addressing world which I get some fun, moments and fight, but it's dumb. It's a big guide you in the middle this bill I. Don't give a shit about any of these characters either I'm. Actually rooting for these annoying children get eaten complete. Kids and the I I really hate these movies crowbar. These kids in there just to give the young audience of reason I want to go buy some toys, so the kids never die. Let's get on the always always to always to kids. I guess it was just one and the third one and it was. It was one who's Jeff. Goldblum's daughter and that's. Using. Philosopher after so. Rapper that was on that piece of wood. We got like stabs. Gun paled man Jurassic Park. That's still the shit man Jurassic. Park is still an amazing film. Landmark CGI the animatronic still hold up to this day. Let me see that kitchen scene. 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Whatever it is ground. Yeah, it's right near. Rh. Let's go ahead and get into. Some of the Games that was shown at the xbox showcase and happened today, folks. We picked out some of our favorites right here. You picked him up. Ahead game played. Most of them. Most other than that have gameplay. Even I. Didn't see a lot of these until you sent them. There's about a couple of them that I didn't see. Some you're going to get. A real reaction, a real genuine corey moment. Oh. So, that's going to how many do we have here? It gets like six or seven six seven seven. Maybe six. Doing our feeling. Uh! You Sir correct it is seven go, so we got seven trailers to have. Some reactions and opinions about right here. We're GONNA start with this first one here. So in the console wars that are about to ensue. The Great Console Wars Twenty Twenty and twenty twenty one. It never ended. There's just new competitor. The new the new console wars, the latest one. The one is the one that's about to get bigger and bloody right now. Who would you say that five? Has a little bit of edge over xbox. It definitely has I think the. The mindshare at the moment with people I mean people are excited exclusives. xbox is not have something Spiderman Miles Morales. A, Horizon Forbidden West. No, no, they don't know. They don't think after a while people. Really we're GONNA. Start buying those as a DVD. Call as I. Called xbox humidifier bottle air conditioner. You can play games and makes breathe. Marketing. Tool I would go with that. They even show the fuck. It Fan this. This is huge span as amazing. It looks like a little space. Keeps you cool in the summer and warm in the winter. xbox spacey. About equity. A lot of people don't think they were taking series. Because as you said they don't have a lot of exclusive titles. Which is why I think the biggest thing that they're betting on right now without a doubt, Halo. Halo is going to be the biggest one right there. It's been a while since the last one to which was not very popular, might be the least the least popular halo game ever in the franchise. Yeah, so we're going to take a look at this, but it's the least popular game, so you got halo infant rate. So why are they coming out in? Showcasing this radio well, they're pitching as a both a different type of halo game and one that's kind of returning to a familiar formula in terms of the differences. They're making this open world, and they're kind of position it like a man. They don't want to say live servers game, but it feels like they to say live service game where this is going to be halo for the next ten years itself and they're pitching it where it's going to be similar at least. Infinite. They know the name. Usually subtitles like make sense and this is why. They're saying that the structure is going to be similar to Halo the master chief collection, which is a collection of like A. The. Halo Games, and where you're going to be able to select certain missions, and I imagine how they're kind of position as a ten year thing, download specific missions, and continued this new story with master chief, for or whatever the next chapter in Halo. It'll be on specific game, so it kind of. Does it here to xboxes. Str- services where they want to be. You know the gangs of the game service you think of right now, and they're going to structure have games around that structure, which is interesting, yeah? That's one of the things that I think was pushed couple of games. xbox service. They WanNa make sure that it's part of their ecosystem of with the get set up with that eight minutes long. Yeah, you WANNA wash eight minutes. Are we probably skip around a little bit all right? We'll see how we feel as we get into because I'm going to say I did not watch. Said you know what I'm going to wait to get the I guess Judy on watch it, but let's go ahead and look at this. 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This is going back to hail company. GOPHERS. Original assault rifle skin. Shield sound a those. Though Lonzo grunts grunts okay. They're likely. Cannon Fodder of the company you're dealing with a new enemy called the banished, which are not banished you. Know like I guessing originally, they were enemies. A Halo spinoff series called Halo Wars. Are. They are returning enemy. Yeah, from Halo Vanish Yeah. This is the first. Featured in first person shooter series. I tell you this looks. At definitely does looks amazing. Yeah, and again you're getting incentive like a larger open world. You've had significantly big levels inhaled before especially in the in the original game, but this one they seem to be emphasized. Now you're going to be going to different locations and like those in kind of the missions that you'll reply on giant Hubli all crossing nice. Honestly. They said they were inspired by before. They showed this got more. They want to keep expanding Jesus. Rendered to that guy. 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You. Too real look smell. Like that eight out of a was this shit called? The one with dwayne Johnson was hanging out with the fucking rampage Georgia. Georgia, right? Now. Yeah. This is cool man yeah. Although people have been. They've been kind of taking the piss out of the game. The people have been posting a Lotta stills of. They noticed within the Gable. We didn't notice any big. It looks beautiful, but they've been taking individuals stills of some of the. Enemies are not fully rendered. CanNot they're not very articulate some of the backgrounds they're they're. They're blurred. They're awfully rendered to some texture popping there, but what I've seen so far this this. Hey, this looks like a really solid halo entry, and I'm curious to see what the structure will be where they're not saying it's a live service game, but it sounds like one, but you know how you're gonNA, make be the next halo for the next ten years. That has to be very curious. I WANNA see Microsoft's actually GonNa, fall through with that or they'll go back on it. Yeah I like. I'm like what I'm saying. No. Like I said I'm not a big. Big Halo Person. But I'm still. Photo booth stick pictures. Took a still. Good there. Those guys who can take their pictures trucks, the same guy vote of the sunglasses. The MAGA had A. Goatee Hillbilly goaty look. We're GONNA make halo great again. Chief. White power. Empower. Is before. All right. Let's see folks. As somebody who's not played halo. Now it's funny when you put nice. Shiny texture on their. No definitely kind of brings. It looks like from what I've seen. Yeah, I, WanNa see more course. Yeah, yeah, same here. All right folks. Let's go ahead and move on to some other. Games that we have here some other games that. Art, Halo. that. People were curious. This would really be able to sell. The XBOX! Folks out there here. So I'll tell you I can't really speak Halo, look at it and I say all right. He's cool. I WANNA I wanNA, play this. That's fine, but. There were a couple of trailers that you pulled over. And I saw them I was like you know what? I don't know if this is an exclusive or not I don't think so, but if it were this alone, we get me to buy. The the the console. Because it appeals to me. You know I'm big Fan of survival horror. And there's one particular survival horror game out there that I told you the shadow like none other. In a looks like this and I'm not gonNA. Tell you what is just yet, but you pray you. Get immediately when you see it. The medium. Now Okay so here's here's. Here's what I can say about the medium right here. Halo is cool. They Edison extra things in like a grappling hook, and all that, but you know Halo. Halo it looks like. Any kind of shooter that you have out there nothing against the game itself. People love it. You know it's it's considered to be classic, and it's something that people going to buy this console four, but if you really want to sell me on what a new console can do. You want to sell me on things that I. Was not able to do in the previous consoles along with the Gameplay that you've established in there. You're taking advantage of the of the power of that console by adding some real. Innovative Gameplay and I think the medium does that I've never seen anything like it. It's inspired by certain title, but a what it's promising is very interesting. Yeah, yeah, and it really is when you see this and people. You've probably seen this the. The medium. Is doing something that I don't think any of the game has done because they couldn't. They couldn't do. Texture mapping in this way like they do here. Yeah, so let's go and take a look nearby like we'll show the goddamn trailing. What is your God? Kiss shut up. What is he built this thing up so much well? 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Tell you man They have really been positioning xbox game. Pass to be something really cool and already is. I think the only problem with that is that they've taken the time bringing certain titles over. They have, but they. That's why they didn't spend as much time. This generation workout exclusive titles that is going to be the biggest selling point for me. where I can I already have xbox game, pass on paying for it and these exclusive titles are going to be there already exact all right. It's not now you put him in. Now. You sell them on the constantly all services in bbut. Is Gaming. Up to scare to. Would you. Like that. Skinny Manager Girl! Just WanNa, talk. Vasquez said scared to celebrate big S. Jangly man walk into. Putting? This girl Shit. Come on out. Just Jiggling. To. Talk to You So Besides. Me Seeing that this one, the besides also being one of the big tiles. If they're going to be bringing to Xbox, game pass. The technology that they're using right here. I haven't seen anything like this before. I think that you're right. That is that's innovative right there, and it shows it shows me what you can do with the power new console because I. Don't think you could do this with the gains before. Where you have these first ball just. Where goes through? To a different world with different texture maps so quickly here, rendering to different levels at the same time, different levels at the same time and you you yeah, you are playing them simultaneously now exactly and they. They said that the game play will be simplified, which is fine because it's a four-game, we're a lot of running your Casa control of both characters. Talking to talk to girls. My God. His, fucking horror that would. That would be a long arms. To Jump Rope where. There's a double Dutch. Yellow. Dog Zero. Masks! That is that is incredible. Right there I think I really have not seen anything like this rally Gameplay, would you? You know you control in both those characters at the same time it's one. Yeah. So you want to overcomplicate with two six. That's that'd be too much, so it's like okay and got to protect the one care because he got him with the other ones. It might be a little complicated, but I really want to see how. That's. GonNa work. In fact, it's a horror game just drives up the tension and the panic. This'll be perfect for streamers to you can imagine how much fun you have something like this. Oh Yeah. Yeah. I think that. This is the This is the thing that got the most exciting because it's different is that's my biggest thing with xbox. And I think when Phil Spencer, he took over. He became head of xbox after the xbox one just had a really bad launching before its launch it just it just wasn't doing very well, and he said okay. Listen will will produce the Games we need to for this thing but I'm going to play the future game where we're going to cancel the projects I'm working on right now and we're going to wait until the next generation. That's when that's when that's when they started to focus on the live service I. Think this is kind of the start. Of that. This is the this is the start of that that promise all these new studios they've been grabbing over time and practicing for the working on, and it's like they're going to do something different. They need to do something different. Yeah, can't just relying on on the stalwarts like halo in gears and Forza the definitely adds a new level to puzzle exalting gaming. which a lot of people! Puzzle solving. Not Everybody's thing. I think that this is pretty innovative missile. Bring people in. Oregon the of course we mentioned this before. What game is this -fluenced by? Imagined unanimously people going to say Silent Hill, they said Sound Hills a reference silent. Yeah, exactly, and that's pretty obvious. Right there. I'm happy man because I'm I'm like finally. Somebody's said you know. What if no one's GONNA make economic. No one's GonNa make a new silent hill game. Fuck it. We'll do it. Went, proactive, witted like we. Of course. You can't call it silent hill. Ke-, but we'll do and you know what maybe it's best that they did. Take A. Take their influence from silent. Hill here's the thing because I don't know what can. NAMI would have done probably may just another. Silent Hill? Game Day took. Put a spin on it. You know being able to do do reality at the same time. When you see the same franchise against this derivative like every single entry, so it's cool that you just hate this a new thing that were just complete starting from scratch like yeah, it's being influenced. That you've seen, but it's something xbox needs to do. Yeah, yeah, somebody, say night, they'd they make it a slot machine oh yeah! Yeah. Yeah. Yes so I think that this is exclusive from what I've read if there's going. But I heard it was exclusive I. I heard that to change data smart because. I think that once people start seeing this. I think if you look if you have your mindset already getting a PS five. Then you've got your mindset on getting appears five, but I think you're gonNA. Be Looking at games like this and start thinking including with Xbox game pass. You'll be thinking well shit now. My decision became just a little harder. They really have to emphasize. That game pass, yeah, I would, I would make that just a cornerstone of my marketing. Yeah, they need to. If you don't know a game pass, is you pay? What could I don't even know about this fifteen bucks. You pay fifteen bucks a month and he's games. Come on and you in this their netflix's of gaming premium. Yes, exactly. Yeah so. Another way that these consoles are trying to get out of physical media and Xbox has taken a huge step towards that and already think that the the the services valuable, but I think it's about to get a lot more valuable from jer I saved so much money on titles using that service, so it's great for me and you have with all these new games launching. It's very smart, emphasize Buckingham? May mayonnaise this fifteen dollars. I don't have a fucking spare. All right by the sixty dollar version. That's. Disappear. fucking. Not that much money, but I don't have fucking to spare and. Do this I'm bankrupt. Look it's fifteen bucks a month. As opposed to plan depends on how many games you play. Sure, but it's an expensive hobby. Actually get it and we've already heard you know rumors going out there that the next generation is going to be like seventy dollars for some titles. Oh, you know what got some other little bit of newsradio. It was announced that they say this in the chat this is. Man Core Juicy. They announced that Silent Hill. Composer is scoring medium there you go there you go so. Talk and Silent Hill with just call, never gone downhill again. Yeah, I mean there's so many things that they listen. You can go here and see where they pretty much just fucking with Silent Hill. They're messing with Nami I mean. There's so many things in here that that looked like. That take cues directly from Silent Hill riding into this creepy town on a motorcycle. You know the whole thing out of missing the back of Misdemeanor, background Little Girls Everything is all rusted in an. Industrial! Would it eight dark wooded areas, and just the fucking within you pretty much pull an expensive version of asylum. Much. Else going to do it, just do it. I'm near man. It'd be a great. The Stinger is like you. You're leaving that area you one and it says the most part says Silent Hill. That fucking amazing. Be Like Oh my God! It'd be better to sit silent hill. Fuck you. Music. That guitar comes in. Being credited. All right folks. Let's keep up the spooky theme. This is a trailer that I have not seen. For this game here Stalker too. Much about Stalker one I know I've heard the stalker series, but I have not. It's been dormant since two thousand, seven, two, thousand seven. They stopped in two thousand seven. So if you're familiar with the soccer series they they were working on new one needs. Days dropped to the two thousand seven didn't pick it back up to like eleven years later. That's right now. The box had that money. We need games. Show. This is like wow. What does somebody do they come and say you got anything that you working on, and they were like fuck. Do Anything. We totally have. Working on. Pay For. On this, it's two thousand such. We still walk onto the. We started the two thousand eighteen. Yeah two thousand seven man so I haven't washed trailer for this this actually give you any confidence knowing that this was. Stopped. So many years ago. When the thing is, there are cases when you stop development, and you can police crap what you had and you restart which I think is for the case of this. Game The Doom situation. Hopefully, it's Taco turned to like a Duke nukem situation. Have something like doom does that's always a risk, but at least what they're showing which they do, show a little bit of game play. A little bit of just overall of the world against taking it's very much gearing to what stocker is which as survival first person shooter story on Stalker. Takes place in a nuclear. kind of like a Holocaust Environment! Dystopia in and where kind of like. You play a game at Chernobyl. Trying to survive. Okay, true noble with Harlem examined all right. Let's go and take a look at Stalker to I. Hear People in the chat are in the Chad seeing stalkers a good series, I don't know if some books before or something I forget i. just remember like the original, but a lot of people. Really like the original in like you just said so. People are looking forward to this. Let's go and take a look at the trailer and we'll be back with our impressions. Ripping off south. tells us it. will be no. Carcass racing like fuck picked clean man. Got! Take the hill today, man, those bones are bleached. We'll take one more one morning. Scorn Rock. Glowing Rock? That scariest music man I'm trail I feel threatened and just see like all these weird phenomenon just in the middle the environment. It's like what the fuck is that yeah? You get like a prometheus guide is what I'm GONNA touch it. Malformed some monster. Sparkle. Inside out and Shit. Just kill myself fucking. Living in that world. snuggie I'm just. I'm I'M GONNA fucking puddle can kill you like why. Why are we doing this? Goddamn garbage and probably feces, and now there's supernatural creatures around our fuck this. Killer rocks. Rocks. So no real gameplay that we see right now it's more just kind of emphasizing the overall aesthetic, but you can. You can kind of gather what the plays going to be like. I think the environment that they're showing GONNA. Be Reflected Bucknell G Race Silent Hill a mother. With old like sci-fi phenomena yeah yeah. You know you can look at this and I'm imagining. Environments are pretty much similar. That's why I'm like okay. I guess it's not game play, but I can actually see walking up to something like this. Being in a level or the cars are moving forward or getting thrust back and forth in this weird, fucking puddle combination nation monster never. You, know what? If, something this atmospheric. Think is I think it gets a pass? Yeah, yeah, I, I I'll allow yeah. Yeah, this definitely if you're into horror atmosphere if you into. Survival Har- You might want to see more gameplay, but really those games about mood in this really does deliver on that mood, right? 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Is this going to be this non-exclusive visit I don't know I just. I just know that. It's being offered on the xbox and PC. You know like they said it has been in development from G. SC, that's out there for a long time while. I don't know they even say they don't know what platforms is going to before. Eventually, it's going to be there. It's going. It's going to come out on the at least wireless xbox friends and the PC Microsoft. I think it's coming out twenty twenty one. Said who is this? US Beck to Saunders said. That all of these so far are exclusives, so hey. Your Halo. Obviously, but I knew halo was I knew that the medium was an exclusive. Though it looks like this is going to be an exclusive also. I just see the. And I didn't see the presentation today, but. I think what they're doing is smart. I think this is very promising as far as the presentation we. How did that go out what they did really well, and I think a lot of developers from certainly. When I watched like the PC gaming show is just go and show. The Games don't have too many talking heads and I'll tell you though it's like. Yeah, it's so certain things. underwhelming mean sadly were. The only games I I actually saw some of them, at least that had gameplay, and but they all ran a very nice clip. There wasn't a second way, said which I did. Appreciate Okay wasn't any filler because I heard different things hurt. It was slow in this part of the biggest complaint that I heard is what you said, too many presentations with no gameplay exactly slash CGI trailers, but moved at a good pace lost. Mick says none of this is impressing him. I gotTA Say I'M I'm very impressive what I see, but then again like I said these genres are appealing deputy, yeah. We'll tell you. Let's go ahead and get out. Of the Spooky Nece, get out of the survival Har-. Let's get into some other things and seizure I can still remain impressive. What they're doing got a game right here. I like the name. 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You have a very specific mechanic that that like some really cool interactions in the world that's both used a clear it and to combat enemies, and it's like Microsoft, really kind of. They didn't focus on those titles for a very long time since the lesson he did. It was like the original xbox. and. It's like. Hey, here's something for those players that that WANNA. Banjo Kazoo that. WanNa Conquers Bedford. But here's something new and I. Think it Looks Really Fun I. Love I. Love How whimsical it is, and I like the sci-fi fantasy aesthetic in the music is actually. When you say conquers Bedford. Firday what was a level? He fought a giant turn. On looking at this little, she's walking out. Somebody's Colin Right now. Somebody's ASS right. Here. Don't Pucker, don't. It's. A good question from Chad is this. A kids title. I don't know what. Title they me looks like it could be maybe for teen. You got some scary monsters. That gunk! 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The biggest thing that I really liked about this because. We're talking about this being a Possibly kiss title if it is. Admired the production they put into. Yeah, Look I love the music. The game looks cool. is a great design but the music I love the music and. World Music really adds to. Really I really. the attention to production. Put on this. Is the game I could probably sit down and watch somebody pulling. Yeah, no, I mean just gonNA run into the environment and field of flowers and giant mushrooms and thing. Yeah, and it's a mystery planet that you go to also allow discovery this going on here. Yeah, it's looks. I mean this doesn't look like a huge AAA type game at all, but that's okay. What I actually liked. In this conference is that they were showing a lot of AA games on a mixture kind of went away started to go away in the xbox and PS, three generate experts, sixty three generation, and was just completely gone. xbox and PS four and you're starting to see the return of some of these titles and xbox definitely gave attention to them during this conference like that. That's that's cool. Yeah, indies anymore. It's not just a triple a big. Budget Blockbuster Games. It's like no, you're cert. There's some room again for these mid tier titles, and this looks like one of them to me that it does not not A. Small Indie film Indian. Game, but yeah you middle ground. Which is fine man, you're not. I like that honestly. Yeah Yeah, Gimme, a good ten to twelve hour experience and I'll be I'll be set with something a little different Taking chances with game play deadly taking chances yeah, so yeah. I'm sure a lot of people. Not This is not something. They're blowing up over, but it is a cool looking time. It's not gonNA. Be System Seller. It'd be like Oh. That's a nice surprise. Yeah, not all these should be man now. Let's keep on the same theme of that. Let's look at something of A. Mid Tier Game. With somewhat of a really cool design. GonNa. World that you haven't seen before exploring all worlds and the. Inhabitants and flora and fauna that there. Along with probably introducing some very interesting game play. I think that's what the case is whatever while. Kanye Everything you said is true except for one thing. They said they have shown no gameplay and even sad what the game is going to be! Looked at this and I said all right. Admire everything about this game. But. This is the only one. I said I. Respect but do not sell anything. I don't know what what what what do I do? Feel these mystical powers, and he's beautiful looking so. So Fluffy. What am I doing? Yeah, it's pretty. Let's. Say My knows man. Because I'm trying to be mean. Let me go and take a look at the trail you. You looked at the trailer early. Let's go ahead and we'll elaborate more. Maybe I just need to be re refreshed on visit again away. Yeah, yeah, in my opinion will change. Has? Written We sense it. But only a few truly feel it. It is found in the smallest moments. Accuracy! Go Girl! I'm not going. They're going. To try to see that deer in the back better him than me. I. Symmetry of ritual. The bond speech. And, then moments of stillness. Teaches us to look beyond the expected. Childbirth for you. Just throw up. Your Baby Center was. The miracle and beauty of childbirth. Baby So. There you go live. To the world I going to say that fucking. I WanNa know is sexist crease. Not WanNa know. How does that work? To be a light and dark places. To seek onces. And to stand show. Over Has. Some point. Somebody's GonNa Start. Smoking out of some. Little, baby giraffe. Do. His death easy. Getting. That smoke inhalation. 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This one definitely stood out on his own. Again you haven't seen it. Watch. See how you fall on this and we'll discuss where we follow missile sales cycle nats, too. Without, misery. fucking biddle. Coming out of their mouth mutation rate here the. Baby's. Thirties bathing suit. Probably been a long time since you've got a visitor. I hope you don't mind pop hits. Feed like a fish. Eat. Fish. Brain. Where are. Why an ice. You? Don SMAJIC, done. For. That David Bowie. Who has those dulcet tones? That's like do like a deep fake with David. boies voice brought him back. Yeah his last recording. Just A. Now over. Seeing this shit right man. We doing drugs. What drugs all know what they going to be some illicit substance Sabi. Tear up a corner of a little bit LSD among by. Hugging sneak into. I'm on. The fucking corner in the room on your playing this game. Be Looking at that glass, backdate. Everything's. Moving. Back to looking at the wall plan. offline. Inside me own. Yeah, man! I looked at this. Let's say man. We gotta get fucked up played. Else. I. See this. They. They they put. The same over here. They thought they were doing when apart he. Did say. Dolly sit precious dream that durant. That win. Win Her head right now. Thanks, she sees. FUCKING Looking to cycle. Song Magic. It's conspiracy man. REBA team. Let's see C.. While ME, initially be! Scared be the scares enemy of all time. Awesome. I. Just want to. Like if we're forward, this could be screaming. I just want to look my computer in. So many flavors. Boise Berry Chris? Insurance go! That's some good shit. Chris is bleed. Too much yeah man. I WANNA, party would razz man. He's going to the best places you've got that. Good Shit. Arrest. The air somebody said somebody. I read this. Today somebody said really, can you? Can you really sell a game on a song? insists. Magic. Online Which? Hail Yeah Yeah, you! Heard this on the day. Who? Want this play in the background playing the game playing the game. 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They had the kickstarter for this, and they realized that we have to cut some content now. The Microsoft got involved. They had all that content. Put back into the game. Night or world's never saw like just looking like you're up your fucking high just horrifying, so I cannot wait the place. Nail, discharge, this might have been the highlight Utah. I love this trailer to, and it's going to be available on everything this not in Microsoft excuse. This is gonNA. Be Up. Here's fourteen. jags black we've behold Agneta Meghan Annoy. Singing the whole time here comes the balls. I could. Weapon. Maybe it'd be quiet. To dial shows. Jack. Jack Black Zero Ten, okay, put you down to Zero Jack. See you later. JUBAL! Set the. Stop talking to me. Oh. You just die. That's a whore elmer coming in. Black. Turn around he's there the whole. That's death screen. You cannot run me. Oh. Man Doug. This on I love that I love that I love that trailer man, so yes, this will be released. This is not an exclusive. This will be released on. Your peers for xbox one xbox series. X No mention of PS by? The Nazi. Guest probably prolly nuts. Ps Four, which you probably have, you can play this, but it will not be available. NPR's five. At least they haven't mentioned that yet. But everything else. That's good. That's good. Because originally they had they had the kickstarter. Made available on all the platforms, and that's just Microsoft going. Here to that, which is good and again? No, you saw. You probably couldn't tell because this is so trippy. There was game and. You probably. Just trip in. This game play this is. You know you. Cut Scenes mixed with game play. This game play here. That's game sites. Not much story except that You rambling dark mysteries. Drugs are grateful apparently. Hope you find? So. Yeah, man, this is going to be UH. I think there's GonNa. Be a lot of fun. Wait for this. I can't them and it's gone. This'll be a fun game to stream. I think this is coming out this year so to speak Games of twenty twenty. Yeah. It's coming up this year I think so I think twenty twenty. Let me. Check on Netflix instant anything. Later this. Holiday Twenty twenty, and whatever else that means, and they say it later this year and is available for the. Excuse me the. xbox series x then that means that counsel must be coming up to. Date but that's that's the same thing with the PS five. Right. Right, then Let's get to our last. Guitar last trailer one more for tonight. We got one more. One more here. This is an announcement trailer. This isn't game play yet, it. It's very short they. Will show you what it is. But. We're GONNA. Teach a little bit. Leave your. Cliffhanger Array here. As, we go to commercial break, but stay tuned. What is the last one chat? What do you think the last one is that we'll be talking? About was the last one bringing them guiding guesses. Guesses people saying fable. Let's see here. Fabel fable fable fable next three fable is like Mabel Mabel. Three able able able. To. So tell you what. We'll see if that's the case. Let's go ahead and go to this commercial break. Dame at this thing has. Taking time? Time Ever W the screen. The counter stops Oh shit. Yeah, I can do. Yeah. I can just refresh scream. On student sooner. Go I'm stupid. That's you say. Look. You gave me stupid. Yes. Over. Hurry, go to quick commercial break and we'll be right back. See, what that last trailer or Are Right. See! I'm going to go through see. We got here. This is Ivan. See I've been very nice, right? He says great far I read many articles. Look at that, thank you. Read. Many articles that say the flash movie. The flash point. Movie won't be having the Atlanta Slash Amazon. War Right which is a huge part of the flash point calming. It is I'm not read that yet are even seeing the an animated movie. How do you feel about this that the creators of this film are just taking the name, but leaving out certain things from the source material. Do you think the fans will be happy? We love to know your thoughts on this How. You know this throw to you. Just WanNa see you think about this so. You. Have Marvel Civil, war. And I. took the title from the comic series nothing really like it. You know they. They say nothing like it's not like the comic series, which is a good thing because I don't think that great, so they have marvel's. Civil war in the comics they did in the movies did entirely different so. Is that a way of saying that it can be done without having to stick to the comic stats, really positive way to look at it. My whole thing is like flashpoint. That's like a big event in DC comics peculiar for the flash like that's not the. That's not the one that you. That's not your your first flash movie. That's like the third or fourth entering the franchise. We okay, we established who this character is. You know in the in the first two films, and now we're going to show some weird stuff. Because Marvel actually you know. They took their time to establishing who these characters are like I still don't know even know who Ezra Miller. Allen is at this point. It's like who is this character we've only gotten like a cliff notes version of him and justice. League and I don't particularly like him. Reeling with a storyline is dealing with Seoul. Many characters which I'm like at a point like DC. They're finally. Starting to good place your establishing who these people are shopping tone, visual tone for different people and want to throw all these different people in the one movie that you don't do that yet. Because of the flash is first before you start throwing alternate versions of Batman in one room in. And Superman. It's too much. It's way too much. You could've stopped it if I just ran a little faster. Faster. Speed. FORCE ALLOWS THE REVERSE FLASH TO TRAVEL THROUGH TIME. Change something in the past. We have to find out what he changed and change it back before they kill everyone on the planet. This movie is good, though very heard that odds was telling me about this. Good this is so yeah. So I. The trying to go back to messing with the. The, the you know the Justice League characters they have and I don't I. Don't think that that's a smart thing. No I mean. I even read Justice League movie. It's funny. I was thinking of also including this story today, because we just had so much, but like Zach Snyder recently talked about justly again, and he's saying well. It's my just simply is not really connected to what he's doing. Now it's more of my snyder verse, and all these different films are going in different directions, so you're going to establish like a whole `nother. I. Listen I. Don't mean constantly should on the DC films like I really enjoyed vertebrae. I liked wonder woman. The lushes am. Joker was great, but I think you establish you. The flash is first before you start playing around such a big playground, okay? I think this might be a mistake. Mark chance will mark. mischance he says here Microsoft's plans for the next generation I think Microsoft is doing the smart thing trying to build an ecosystem with their games rather than win a brick selling contest with Sony Nintendo. Awesome. In the long run. This is the best way to win back. Microsoft loss for the from the last generation. Who like me switch to? Instead of getting a console, not definitely right about that. That game pass is going. Be Incredible if they work at. A bills goodwill this customers in dips into the norms pie that is the PC gaming market, and that is from longtime viewer. It says Mark Shansi, but is says. Hello Katie Oh kitty. No Great Very supportive. Yeah, thank you for the. For the email agree. We've been talking about the whole show. Exactly. 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This announcement trailer boiler right here. It is another. Exclusive right there, yeah, and on Game Pass. Game kick in. It is man watches. Suck comes. ME, so disappointing raising the price to thirty dollars. Let's go and take a look. This is a teaser is very much a teaser. Plays said Yeah exactly the tone for what you in for. Let's go and take a look. The world is filled with stories. Of Legendary, Greek Heroes! Treacherous. fantastical creatures. Of Congress faces. When nature. Live. God. A cruel or What. Do. Crunch. It is not a good night for flying things man. We'd have one right here. I mean that might have been a better desk slowly digests. No, yeah, no. Quick right there. So, come frog, acid. Just an Asshole, do like yeah. What as you? Say Looking Wall die. fucking hungry. Oh whoa. In. Guess. We get to see them swallow exactly. Not, all stories have happy. Didn't did it. Want to write this. That's a cruel story. He's like this. would. Massell guys gotta eat. You look. 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Yeah, many of them. Maybe that made that that the ferry stab somebody look. I captured. Okay. You're making later. This ferry killed ten people day. You didn't know that you judge. She's good looking. I'm a frog. Doing me. Does me. You don't even know. The very victim blaming. WHO. Who who knows victim? She had no. Magic spells and Shit. Like this poison ten people in the last year and she turned me into this thing. She did to me I got her finally. Got Your Bitch. This is years off. We're not seeing in this game for awhile. Are we not know how many years I'm going to say at least two? Okay the very least use of maybe twenty, twenty, two, the earliest, okay. Give them time to digest. Right folks. Hey, Austin Nick. Came in, he said. Mentioned him earlier is. Just not feeling any I'm not impressed. Awesome use me Microsoft. Says here. Why I was disappointed by the Microsoft showcase. A coin moist boody Herman taste. Is there is. A found the Microsoft showcase disappointing. They were showing off the the these games, but it was mostly CGI trailers. Yeah, that's what I'm saying. Yeah, I agree with him. Yeah, no I. Guess. We are in full agreement. Romania, sure. The conference just prompted game. Pass more than others so it. Made me think I could spend money on the XBOX. Many Fridge whatever? Could get an xbox one with the game pass and have a ton of games, but okay. Here's the thing. You could do that. But. Are you going to be able to play. And maybe not interested. Maybe don't give a shit, but like I'm looking forward to meet him besides cycle. Not This is the second one. I saw I was like wow. I'm really into this right here which I don't think they're going. Be Able to do this on the xbox one. xbox series. NPC's so if you have a PC. And there you go, yeah, but if you want if you don't have a pc that can play this then you probably get a and you, WanNa play. XBOX! Mini Fridge like. dehumidifier. Let me see here. He brings up a very good point. No, he does. He says a as well compared to the PS five conferences. There was no surprise nothing unexpected in even the weird indie stuff like bugs, snacks and data, so high was more memorable. The most of the stuff showed off today to butcher. The words of the hot pocket man is not fucking worthen. To buy new Xbox, what are your thoughts from? Austin PS. No Cup. It to our deal. See for Martin. What a shame! Martin is going to be so broken up about that. Very true. That's GONNA fall. Ever. He must have just start a couple of. See I've been there. I only disagree that I I as I say there are certain Games I. WanNa play on here I think xbox game pass. Them having those games that I wanNA play. Like medium is going to make it worth it to. No as I said before it was underwhelming because there's this lack of Gameplay, these are the ones that I found that they announce a lot of titles, but there just wasn't enough room like I. Just don't even know what this game is. You got on the specific. Even showing me how it plays, and that's why it's like. Yeah, that was underwhelming, but some of these titles. They look a lot of fun. I I'M GONNA. Play the next, Halo. The medium as you said. The gunk go much fun. Psycho. Nuts which be fair is available on different platforms. But listen. I'm going to get both councils. No matter what just because of what I do, but I can I can. I could see there's. There was a there wasn't like a lot of AAA Games here! There was a lot of Mitch. Okay, I think it was kind of cool, but I can understand that I wish there was even some more big surprises even was saying like. Maybe they'll show the next Batman. Maybe they're gonNA. Show the Harry Potter. Runs on Xbox Series Act so I could definitely see why. People, disappointed, disappointed in that regard, but in terms of like the conference and stuff like how it was I was paced. Keep doing it like this. All Conferences should be forget. He three forget those talking heads up there like. Drawing on and on and on this is the right way to do it right do it. No I completely agree with you man that that that is definitely the right way to do it. I think it took so long for people to realize like. A everybody had to do it because at the time. That's how you did it, but it was so much stupid padding. filler exactly yeah, too much about it is unnecessary like you do it like this and. They'll get better. I think looking to get better. No, no, they will, they will. So that's a good question, do you think that this will have a lasting impact? The way they presented these things today I mean definitely saves money. Still, it's the Internet and The marketing they want. You know was very telling. We talked about this a while back when playstation said they weren't going to be at three before way before ethers counseling covert thing like we're not gonNA, do we three and it's like no one does no one needs to do it. If you just present things like this, and you just watch the content online, I mean I'm sure the numbers on twitch in on Youtube. For this incredible, probably in the millions of people, it's like shows as Much pay them much. Why are we spending all this money? you know renting out these venues in wherever they do eat three Anaheim or Los Angeles or something? It's not necessary and sounds like yeah, and it was at a faster pace. I want to watch these shows for two hours now it's down the one perfect. You think this is going to have an impact, a negative impact on eat three. Yeah, yeah! I mean negative. I mean positive for us. It'll be easily consumer like I'm. To lose money, they're going. Show BACK PEOPLE STILL WANNA go to eat. Three people will still want to go, because they just want to be there and experience it, but if anything I think it shows all these major publishers developers. They don't need to go chat. What do you think is a lot of people? Come in the chat and giving their opinions on it? What do you think is? What's the fate of three is going to change is gone is. Gone is it going to be around? They just have to kind of come in and kind of tailor it down. Maybe make something different. If it comes. If it comes back, it should be a digital only event. Okay, so where they think a lot of people say threes over you threes daddy three needs to go away a lot of people here, not like three. Gun Are What does it say here a leisure date or lesser? You're steps though less estate. Okay I mean you're going to have to make the digital only I don't i. don't need a live presentation. Sigler Armagh homeys hey. Home his eighth these three Steve says good riddance. Wow not not. For such a big I guess people. It seemed like people liked it out of. Out of necessity like that's what you have because that's when everyone all the big console, manufacturers and publishers get together and say here's everything. We have the next few years and it that, but now you're getting these smaller of were more. They're more leaned more lean and there's more of them during the year. He said. We're going to do another conference later this year. Playstation said the same thing some of these other. Publishers be off said they're going to do another one, so it's like okay, that's that's the way it should be the. Well I mean yeah. Feel, you guys on three. eatery gave us a lot of great things that without them will never get those things again. Like Mr Kathy. Looking at it. Somebody mention state of play guy was the worst year yeah yeah. Say Irony wasn't being serious. But. Yeah, so he'll crack. Kathy Kathy Man. Curry. Can. Effects of the. Decision. Mask. That's still my one of my favorite moments. From my favorite moment. It's sad to lose those moments. Yeah, exactly, we'll never have another. Mr Caffeine three goes away some people like. ME. Justice but MR caffey someday someday. 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Core trying to say Tequila. Mavi put a spin on him peewee. Herman knocked down a gun model of motorcycles, but what he'd do. At least he gave us. You know the the the Tequila. Ucla with needles soaps. And numerous. On the mood, what are the? What are you all? You said you said it. To, Keila. spittle. Herbert Mug Bill Bill To. You know what I'll say this. I'm glad he's having so much fun with us oh. Yeah, no, it's. Absolutely glad that he's had so much, but. I WANNA. Oh. Let me see here. Let me, see. So This is this is him at home making videos on us. That's always that's the holy sea. Resort! Spa. Lorenzana Goosey Link. Man, Having Fun Yeah You keep. He's all about yeah, putting us in forward reverse. Okay you know what? I why you have involved with. Again. Not Him from with you. Spend on. Motorcycle. was, Great. Keep doing. What are you doing? He gave us. Tequila. Lou. Three stooges. I don't know what the Hell's going on in your brain. But don't we love it? Ryan Watson is a correction about Jurassic world. Show Jurassic World TV show called Camp Critique Creek Cretaceous. Yeah is actually real is set to premiere on Netflix. Next year. This year sometime. It's animated series all right. And it's teaser was out a year ago with no the promotion since then. Okay Conference. Has An actual gaming question okay? What's up? Guys? Thanks for watching Hamill. Grew welcome? Kick Outta I'm curious I didn't know. Like right when you think point can get new worse can. Against it I'm just talking about what the parodies is. The. That is why they live actually. I'm curious I realized that Games are doing great right now. On current consoles in some select games, but with every month millions of more people being affected by Kobe economically. Do you see a potential crash in the game industry? Come this holiday season from people making that choice of paying either rent a mortgage or by the PS five our new xbox in the game that come along with it i. just don't see the economic stress that people are going to. Are The people are going through can afford to pump over five hundred thousand dollars on a new gaming hardware. Console in software. I don't know about a crash, but I would not be surprised if the sales are initially soft I can kind of see that for the the new consoles. I mean, plus there's this. There's so many games. Okay to well. Here's another thing here. Do you think that? You know I to keep talking about. xbox game pass, but do you think that that'll be another incentive to push towards a subscription system? If I was Microsoft I'd emphasized that. Hey with it. Whatever commercial you see an Xbox, you can also get the. Maybe we'll do a month free of the xbox game, pass or something you buy this console and after that you pay for. Access to all these Games Yep. Let me great way to do it I've been through. Let me here's my opinion. I've been through about three big economic crisis. you know there was the tech boom the housing crisis? Wait reaganomics. Look, there's been a lot of. A lot of economic crisis. That I've been through and one thing people, do they? They find a way to drink. In the final way to keep themselves entertained, they find like I. Say come for food, the trailer parks you can go to the projects. You're going to see dishes. Sure you'RE GONNA. See People with their cable. TV Big screen TV's. Life will far away. As far as their taste goes crisis. Like I say no like you said. I could see. Dampening a little bit, but not crashing. Yeah, I You're not going to see a lot going out to buy these ordering it, and they'll be a delay on orders. I imagine you don't have to wait and everything before you can actually pay for, and then they send it to you. That I could definitely see, but he's not gonNA be able to pick I. Don't think you'd be able to of all these things. A brick and mortar stores get. It doesn't get worse maybe now, but it's GonNa get even worse than the fall. I. Don't do so good question. Good question. That's a very hey who knows question. I mean the answer is not really. People think seriously that somebody in the chat made a good point. Right here. I just saw it. People buy iphones. People find a way to give. The people find a way. People who ain't got the money to do what they find a way to get those new phones and this has been the. Best Year for profits for games. Since twenty ten, so be buying a lot of video games. And yet that's true. In my son, he said Hey. This is Julian I. Just wanted to say hi. How y'all weeks going hope everything's Good Julian things. Go with you up down trouble. Weeks been good man. Weeks been very good. I have been able to. Find a way to keep myself from going crazy I've been going out, but I'm. Out I mean taking walks driving. To get Pick up curbside curbside pickup I go to the park when it looks safe. When I know there's a Lotta space onto. Get close to anybody here. drove out to tzilker. Stay that long because it looked like it was starting to get crowded left, but still it was a lot of open space. Excuse me, but yeah you know we go. How about how's your week? No, it's been. It's been going very well. I mean kind of like you. I always take a very long walk every day after work, trying to get outside a little bit and now the streaming Zeman going extremely well again. Thank you, everyone for the mass amount support, but so much fun goes to Sheila's been blessed by the way I know you're currently still in lapses part. That game is really really fun. Gave A. The! The Core Bite is actually picking up I guess. I left off and I guess he's going to be doing stream, but. Yeah I I'll probably will move on. To to the other gang, Shema courses seuss I've been watching. You play thanks. For. It is fun, yeah. Everything's been going really. Good good to hear extremes going well, absolutely nice. Are Right. All right. Cobra Cobra Star Julie. He says, but for real he's getting A. Day One. Yeah Yeah, all right. See what I'm talking about. He ain't got no money. But he's. He's looking to buy. Ripped off. That that proves it. Block a wooden analysis. Magic burks girl. Terrible a speedy speedy G., twenty, two, uh-huh. ps five okay you got. You got nicely. You can return. To be one. Hey let's say goodbye to the Chat Fam- over here. gray show guys. Thank you thank you? Cash that'd be seven hundred dollars. Julius mean Thank you guys kingpin Larry. Julian author William Les. Thank you thank you. Moist Mike. I love the name Moist My. He's a y'all haters know when we love painting. A. Hi guys by guy that's from. Mega David. Good Oh have a good night. Guys, thank you, thank you hope you had a good time tonight. Everybody and we already here. With you guys on the next one? Sarah for a bit crazy Bart. 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Episode 141: Betting on Buttigieg

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1:14:10 hr | 1 year ago

Episode 141: Betting on Buttigieg

"Ooh. I'm Andhra distinctness. And I'm one of the hosts of national reviews ordered liberty podcast. My co host David French, and I discussed all the latest political news, and especially the intersections between politics culture in faith. We approach these topics with a focus on the constitution, and the importance of our founding values, and every once in a while, you can even catch us talking about are clashing views on sports and pop culture. You can listen to ordered liberty at national review dot com or subscribe on itunes, Google, play Stitcher. Tune in or wherever else you get your podcasts. With the. History and redemption in Minneapolis Virginia. Cavaliers win their first national title a year after historic loss by a number one seed to sixteen seed, we'll discuss this and nothing more. Okay. Maybe a few other things on this special who's championship edition of the editors rich, lower UVA, nineteen ninety joined as always or at least occasionally by the pride of Tennessee. David French and our special guest the guru, David Johnson out with the new book. And I mean, the new book like released this morning book the case for dividend growth and the Notorious B d Michael Brendan Dougherty. Author of the forthcoming book. My father left me Ireland. You're listening to a national review podcast. If you're listening to this podcast on Nassar dot com. We're delighted to have you. But it would be easier for you and better for us. If you made as part of your feet at Google, Stitcher. Tune in or I tunes if you like what you hear here. Please consider giving the five star review on itunes. If you don't like what you hear here. Please forget I said anything so David you. You're the basketball expert among us. So we'll go to you first rank that title game last night. It was a good game. I mean, you know, I jokingly in in the hall of fame of bad Twitter takes I jokingly sent out a Twitter poll about an hour before tip off asking people to vote on the final score. And I think the highest final score. I had was fifty one forty nine. It was two the best defences in the NC double A, and one of the things I actually thought was interesting about this game. A lot of NCW games that I don't like I don't like a lot of instability games have low scores. Just because they're playing basketball. They can't hit shots. They can't execute on offense and everyone's hustling, but yeah, they they hustle high school basketball too. And but on this you're talking about two incredibly coached very well coached defensive teams with very different defensive schemes. And you know, the tech had that swarming scheme. That's always kinda fun to watch. But you know, look, the the players rose the occasion was well played big shots. You know, it's under appreciated. You had a kid step up with who tech who has a sixty one percent foul shooter with the eyes of the world on him and just stone cold draining. Two foul shots to take up by. Three. And then Virginia does the riskier play rather than going for two goes for the tie with that corner three. And that was I mean that was tremendous bit is also tech defensive breakdown. It was everyone collapsed in on the driving player when they should. Yeah. When they should've just let him score because I would have left Virginia down one having Phalle again. But what a game. It was fantastic hats off to the Cavaliers. And did you sleep any last night rich, I slept very happy. Man. It was those amazing. I've been so defeated about UVA basketball for good reason for so long and when they and the regular season when NC state just took them into overtime. I was like, okay. This is never happening. Forget it. We're never getting to the promised land. And just that that Purdue game. You just feel like the palpable sense of getting over the hump, and they I mean, it's amazing. They last three games. They're losing by three points with five seconds left with one. Second left, and with wealth seconds left and one every single one of those those games with just a very just steely mentally tough team. And also you need need a few breaks. Did I pick up on Twitter? You're Duke fan. Did I why it was from that era from eighty nine to ninety two? It was I hated UNLV so much believe them why accurately believe them to be a basically everything that was wrong and evil in the universe. And when Bobby Hurley, and criminally or beat UNLV ninety one it forever changed my life, and I've just been a huge coach K fan for years gotten to spend time with them over the years. And I love the guy. And so and also this do team this year, you know, it was really something special in the fact they of couldn't get done chains all tournament and elaborate into when a championship. So tell us a little bit about the the new book the case for dividend growth. Yes. So it's it's my first book that is actually in the vein of what I do for a living. It's. Kind of my treatise on the investment philosophy that we have in my company the bond some group, so as you know, a little over a year ago. My first book that I ever wrote came out which David French. He wrote the forward four called crisis responsibility. And it was more in that political and cultural and kind of socio economic vein that we're out of those passions lie band, then I thought maybe I should write something in line with what I do for a living. So I took twenty years worth of my belief system about investing and packed into one book. And that's the one that comes out today. Great, congratulations. Good luck with it. Thank you. So let's dive David on Trump's taxes. Democrats said forever that they're gonna get Trump's taxes if they retook the house, which they did. And which they now are demanding under this. Obscure early somewhat bazaar provision in in the law. Would he make it? Yeah. You know, number one. I mean, Trump has promised to release his taxes. I think he should release his taxes. I think he should do voluntarily. Number two, the Democrats here. I think you know, one let me back up a minute. One of the things that I think is dispiriting about the the last couple of years political combat as we have realized how many really grossly overbroad bad laws exist in the US code. And it's almost as if you're a government official, and you want to accomplish something you just sort of send lawyers Bologne cking through either the code of the CF are the US code to find something that's gonna Lau you to do what you want. And you know, when when we saw that the Democrats are seeking Trump's tax returns, the lawyer in me says on what basis because you just can't grab a person's tax returns for any reason in the US. I mean, they're confidential by law subject, you know, certain certain very relatively narrows disclosure obligations and certain relatively narrow circumstances. And there is no pre. Acting law that requires presidents to to disclose all their tax returns. And so what was the basis, and you look, and you see that there is a law. Dating back to the nineteen twenties that essentially says tax returns are going to be confidential unless the chairman of the House Ways, and means and Senate in joint committee on station in Senate committees says we want him, and then if they want him they get him, and for any reason or no reason at all. And and now, of course, it says if you could identify the tax payer through the tax return information, you're getting than it should be only disclosed closed executive session, but, you know, congress never leaks. I mean, this is this is a ridiculous law. So on the one hand, I want Trump to disclose on the other hand, the fact that he doesn't disclose shouldn't mean, he subject to abusive legal process, and I think this laws just a terrible law. David just seems entirely. Pretextual justification forgetting their tax returns, not related any legislative purpose. They're not going to write any laws based on what is in or not in Trump's tax returns. Would he make you know, if it's a one sorry, you're wrong? Yeah. Yeah. I think that the bigger question for me. I mean, I completely agree with the other David Frum a beagle standpoint. It's very dubious, but you have to wonder at this point what why Trump tears the voters don't care like let's just take for granted. We all know what's going to be in there. He doesn't give anything charity and businesses lost a ton of money for a lot of years. The people don't want him to release it a real estate developers that it's gonna shine overnight on the ridiculous cronyism of the tax code about the depreciation of Alice's net operating loss carry forwards that this class of people gets no charity didn't make much money lost money and didn't pay. Oh, any doesn't know that? That's what's going to be in there. The voters knew and didn't care. So what does he have to hide at this point? It's really bizarre. I think ego reasons probably rank high here, Michael just admit publicly. These things are seeing these things publicly splashed. I think that's right. I mean, I think he has kind of New York or any big city real estate developers idea of self worth which is sitting in a building with your name on. It is the proof of your wealth. And the details on what you provide DeutscheBank when you're asking for loans are just a convenience that that you provide to continue sitting in that building with your name on it. I'm troubled on the on the New York side is that this law the proposed law New York. This proposed law is for one man. And I think it's a horrible legislative strategy. I think it's it's anti Republican in the small our sense of the word to write a law. Which you specked is only going to be used to enforce on one man who you don't like this is corrosive to the system. There are lots of other ways to continue putting pressure on Trump to release these tax returns. If you think it's a worthwhile strategy. You know, they're basically looking for a freebie from Albany on the strategy. And you know, like like David Barnes says I'm not sure it matters to voters. So David Johnson. Why do they have the theory that I I don't understand why people on the left of thought that see the tax returns of somehow you'll know something about his relationship with Russia. What how does that theory work? What would what would there be a tax return? That would tell you something important that we don't already I haven't seen a single thing from the left that has made any sense about why they want the tax returns. I even during the campaign. There was all the talk of hit the tax returns to see what he's really worth. And and. Most people I think no, personal income tax return doesn't have your balance sheet. I suppose there could be something that's implicitly indicting if he made some sort of statements about his cashflow and income to a vendor, and then the tax return say something different you could get issues there. But if that were the case that would be coming out anyways in their investigation of Bank fraud related, but but there's a precedent here that adds to my confusion. It's the way Trump handled the bankruptcies during the campaign because it was the moment I realized I had no idea what I was talking about about anything with the campaign because I thought this is going to kill them when it comes out that he's really had this troubled business passes. Not what everyone thinks he is. And he turned those bankruptcies into a plus for him. He said, oh, absolutely. I took advantage of the laws, and I did what I supposed to do. And everyone told me I was smart to get out of all attic city and everyone bought it. And I remember just thinking I missing something here. I've been he would just do the same thing tax return. Of course, I didn't. Pay taxes? I took advantage of the laws and makes me smart. So even the ego thing I think he would spend it to his own benefit it. I think the whole thing is confusing as far as Russia Russia. Ten ninety nine them for. David will this go to the supreme court or what what's legal pather, David French? I should say. Yeah. I mean, it's early. It's almost certain that he will just flat out defy the request which will lead to litigation and. Yeah, you know, I think it'll wind towards the supreme court, but on a not necessarily on an expedited basis, so you know, this is not like one of those disputes where you know, at the travel ban headed up there pretty quickly and other disputes sometimes head up at supreme court pretty quickly. I think this will be pretty conventional pace of of litigation which means, you know, if he would probably not make it to the spring court before the end of his first term if he's not reelected, these she will probably go away. If he is reelected, you know, maybe middle of his second term will have some sort of pre court resolution on it. I think it's it's probable just given the my general viewpoint on on a litigation is if you are. Defying the plain language of the statute, you're usually going to lose. So I think the odds are against him overall unless he can make a constitutional challenge to the law, which which is possible. But I think he's likely to lose not certain to lose. But I don't think by the time. This is finally judicata. He he may be out of office. So segue to the question to you Michael Brennan toward congress will obtain Trump's tax returns this year next year twenty twenty three never. I'm just going to say next year. I feel like this is a guess so next year bond sin. Never French never say never sorry. Michael. Something wrong when I'm not on the same side of an exit question. All right. So before we move on as many of, you know, national review has had cruises once or twice a year for a very long time. Now, these wonderful vents, we get to know, our our readers and supporters and make in some cases, really lifelong friends, so these wonderful events and to hear more about them, we go to the great former publisher and current vice president of national review, Jack valor. Ensign Jack Fowler here to encourage you to join your favorite conservatives. This August on NR's Canada. New England crews in Montreal will board Holland America's luxuriance Zaandam and over the next week. We'll sail the glorious Saint Lawrence river visit Quebec City far harbor, Boston and other great ports and enjoy great seminars and receptions throughout the sojourn prices start at just twenty four ninety nine a person get complete information at NR cruise dot com. All right. So we've already had a big surprise in the democratic race, which is the rise of mayor Pete Pete Buddha. Judge the mayor of south bend who has been knocking people socks off. It's all started. And a CNN a forum where he gave a peppery answer to a question about Mike Pence and his support for Trump and Michael seems though since booted edges kind of occupied the betta aerobic lane better than Beddoe urkel, the Aurora Keti splendid first day of of fundraising and has had some pretty good crowds. And we've been generally fairly bullish on Beto. But it seems like the young charming white guy who hasn't really done much in his political career that's basis now being occupied. But booted edge, what do you make of it? I mean, I think it is a real phenomenon. I had a. Friend who is very active in progressive, politics and democratic politics, and whose opinion I trust I don't want to blow her up right now. But she said she thought Buddha judge was actually already on track to win this thing. And Kamala be VP. So I wanna put her pick on the record and reveal it if it turns to be true. Listen, I think Democrats do like to fall in love. They love younger idealistic seeming men, the man from hope in Bill Clinton they loved Jimmy Carter. And I think they still view this in many ways, Barack Obama was that man in two thousand eight right? Young candidate that taps into their idealism in a way. Democrats I think engage in politics where they they they built up this massive amount of cynicism and distrust of the system during Republican administrations, and then they want candidate that comes along and kind of transforms all of that pent up energy into something that they feel positive about. And that's obviously not how Republicans treat their candidates. So Buddha judges making a play for that that kind of dramatic role in this primary. I was kind of refreshed and impressed by what I took to be his his sort of man full defense of the Piscopo church, and it's kind of moral revolution. I oppose that revolution theologically in Sacramento Lee as a Catholic, but it was just interesting to hear him say in these terms. Well, Mike Pence is a problem with my creator. I'm kind of I kind of like that. He said that because I do think a Piscopo Lena's still maintains its function as the social doctrine that is most likely to be imposed on Americans by law. Really? Well, yeah. I mean, I in a way like if you look at the decline of the the mainline Protestant church attracts perfectly with the rise of the nuns, the religious nuns and oh N ES. And what you find is. There's there'll be a moral and in Sacramento revolution, the pimple church, and it's followed on three years later by legislative pushes by liberals to make these changes obligatory for all evangelical and Catholic institutions as well. I think in the long run of history, we're going to say like, the Piscopo church was the, you know, American church unacknowledged, and unofficial you gotta write this. You know, I mean Jodi Jodi bottom wrote a book like this few years ago, and I think everyone should freed that book called an ANC. Age. But anyway, it was just. It strikes me that that is America's religion by default. Even if people have stopped attending these churches. So anyway, I think Democrats are energized by Buddha judge, and you know, if he's going to be a more energetic and slightly more on the ball Beto. I you know, maybe he has a shot. I think after Donald Trump's election, we really can't discount anything. So David bouncing what do you make of just look at booed edges resume, and it is impossible to get more credentialed marriage critic elitist resume than his should that be something in his favor or or something that should make us more suspicious of him. I mean in terms of the electoral, you know success. I think it will help him with the left. I think that if he were running against Trump in primary it would hurt him in significant way. But actually, what is most interesting to me, the thirty seven year old thing. I don't think will hurt him. I don't know if I know in a primary won't general. I'm not sure yet if his you know, gay sexual orientation would hurt him. But the fact that he is not running a little bit to the right of the kind of far left opponents in the primary that he's actually with them on single payer and green new deal and things like that. That's the part that I'm I think is going to kind of trip up a little if he was willing to be everything needs to check all those boxes. He's the intellectual antidote to Trump Harvard. Oxford military service young he's got eight checks all those boxes, but then was kind of. Reasonable on economic issues. I think there would be a lot of people that would open up. So is he is he because I think there's this divide in them field where there are people who say I'm in favor of the green green new deal Medicare for all who don't actually sign up for the specific legislation in. That's just do top line. That's where he would be. So he's a top line hop. Yeah. So I want to jump on David bonds point about the meritocratic nature of Buda judge where he has all these qualifications. What I find interesting about that is that he's he went back to south bend and served south bend. Where a lot of people degrees would say I'm going to start guard and start making a fortune or I'm going to go off to London or South Asia or New York DC. So like, I said in this idea of like energy, that's transformed. I think Democrats would love to transform what they've felt as their own sense of hostility. Towards red America their own sense of alienated from the heartland. I think they would love to use a guy like peach Buddha, judge and say, actually, no we're gonna take all of our credential ISM all our educational our good intentions and serve people who don't know any better what they really need. So on an emotional level. Right. I I'm the opposite of Nate silver on this unemotional gut level. I think people to judge answers the dramatic question. That's been posed by this era for Democrats that that David French the that attitude, we're gonna go explain to people who don't know any better, traditional liberal attitude. That's actually much better than what was the implied. Hillary Clinton attitude is which was just we're waiting for you to die face and go away and not bothers anymore. Well, you know, Buddha judge broadcasts. I'm a progressive. And I don't hate you. I'm a progressive and actually. Kind of like you, even if you're, you know, even if you oppose me, which is a distinguishing himself a quite a bit from some of the others in the field, especially say and Elizabeth Warren who's broadcasting I'm progressive and everyone who's against us is the enemy. But one thing I would one thing I'd say about him is is far as. Leaving himself with some wiggle room. I mean, he's on Medicare for all he sort of said, okay? We'll that could mean Medicare for all or it could mean Medicare for all who want Medicare. In other words, this public option idea, which is believe it or not sort of anchoring there. Right edge of the democratic primary right now. I you know, the thing about him. I think that is interesting and injury Sullivan wrote this that when the American people want to change they often just go opposite of what they had before. You know, Trump is in many ways just so fundamentally different from Obama. It's almost the, you know, almost a textbook example of that. We've had many other examples of that in American history. So for example, when the Knicks era ended with accepted that short Gerald Ford interlude with Jimmy Carter who's this southern Baptist Sunday school teacher who walked on his inaugural parade and was sort of shunned the trappings of the office. If if the American people are going to turn away from Trump, which is far from assured. It's stands to reason that they will turn away pretty decisively into more in not not turn towards a democrat version of Trump perhaps towards a sort of a democrat version of anti-trump and hard to get more opposite from Donald Trump than thirty seven year old combat vet Rhodes, scholars speaks eight languages can actually find casick's stand on a map. You know, the the, you know, he's gonna have a direct contrast with Trump. But, you know, look, I mean, it's a lot of this also feels kind of premature because as we have seen these candidates in the operatives for these candidates have no qualms there. There are no qualms right now about ripping each other to shreds and during this primary, and you know, woke Twitter hasn't fully gotten a hold of him yet. It's it's going to be very very interesting because as of right now, you know, all the Democrats are broken down into these sort of different factions, and there is no love lost between them. So David on the substance of Bitta judge. He tells us something interesting, which is that there seems to be the core. Consensus across these candidates may we haven't had heard from Biden about it yet. But about changing the institutions of American government and Buddha judge for the reasons that David outlines relative moderate and the democratic field, but not on any of this stuff. You know, he wants to the supreme court that appoints itself he wants to do away with the electoral college, and it just it just seems as though there that that is a lowest common denominator. Now, those sort of things for the Democratic Party. What is the issue that he has a moderate view on? What's the what's the issue giving him moderate, bona fides? You know, he want statehood for Puerto Rico in DC, the issue with Pence what David just had a moment ago is correct that he has his kind of likable posture with opponents. But then when Joe Biden said that might pensin is a guy he's woke up and said, no, he's not he's hateful and the holds two things that are contrary to what my God believes. I would I would love to have that theological discussion with them. But I'm just curious where the other than maybe kind of style where the moderate stuff gets to be applied to him. Because so far he said he liked the seventy percent top marginal rate. He said greener deal was great framework, and then his single payer kinda nuance too little, but you know, I haven't seen it actual policy example. And in fact, we've seen plenty of the opposite, the Puerto Rico statehood thing I think you get him in a lot of trouble to day that he David he will go to chick fillet. Let's say chick flick. One thing. I think that it might be what woke Twitter starts tearing them apart on or it might be a way for him to. I don't know if this is a way to burnish, you're moderate credentials. But as mayor it seems he did try to institute programs to accelerate the demolition of houses that were occupied by squatters or that he thought were subject to blight or trying to to up the fines on homeowners who weren't doing improvements that the city said needed to be done in order to kind of drive some residents out that maybe a thousand homes thousand days. Yeah. I think some of those getting up to code and some of them was just just bulldozing. So he did his job trucks much. Well, that would be interesting. You know, it's I think David was saying how he believes that they're gonna have to go. After once you'll Twitter it gets a hold of and so forth. But the obvious voted ability is experiencing a hundred thousand people I think it's a little less than a hundred thousand I go to south bend every other year for the USC Notre Dame game. And it's it's the small and and does that matter anymore. Well, obviously, Michael said this moment ago, I would've said emphatically, of course, matters two years ago. And now I say I don't have any idea what I'm talking about. Because apparently a dozen. But I mean, if we were gonna have a mayor with no federal office or statewide office experience, I would have guessed it would be a big city mayor if they were going to get to the top. And I think that camera and Corey because they're the ones that are getting kind of inch down by. I mean, he's pulling ahead of Corey I think that they're going to have to go after them for the lack of experience thing, and that becomes a real great general election opportunity, if he were to get through so David French tying up loose end from last week, Biden subsequent to recording semi apologize say sorry. But just said he he gets it that he shouldn't smell the hair of women. He doesn't know an eskimo kiss them all that sort of stuff, and then and then kind of made fun of it. I think in. Totally inbounds way where he'd, you know, hug someone on stage and say, oh Lonnie gave me position to to hug me, which is caused outrage on on woke Twitter just seems to me that he's absent some, you know, groping alligator real groping allegation that he's he's perhaps found a way to thread is way through this one. Yeah. You know, if he's smart he's going to ignore what Twitter because he has no path to the nomination by pandering to those guys in and in and on point to that today. The New York Times has this really interesting. The upshot has this really interesting look at the difference between Democrats and social media and other Democrats and two things stand out one. The Democrats are not sort of really active on social media are the majority of Democrats and number two the Democrats who are not as so active on social media are more moderate and more conservative so fit. Fifty three percent of Democrats off social media identified themselves as moderate or conservative only twenty nine percent of Democrats on social media. Seventy percent of Democrats off social media say political correctness is a problem in the US, less than half Democrats on social media. So this is this is Joe Biden sweet spot in and I think the Democrats on social media. The especially the woke Twitter version of social media have have great deal about their relative power simply because until people start voting. They're kind of the only ones who are heard. And so, you know, that's Biden's laying. Now, the the thing that could really trip him up as if he surrounds himself self the staff that never gets their nose out of Twitter in which case, you know, he'll be urged apologize for this apologize for that. But if Biden sort of stays true to Biden sort. State sticks with his sort of core personality wraps himself around the Obama flag to the extent as a path that's a pass. But then we'd also have to see something from him that we've never ever ever seen before which is a competent primary campaign. So apparently, no young people want to work for Biden. So maybe the staff and in that respect won't won't be a problem. But Michael exit question to you rank from one to six the top Democrats in terms of likelihood of winning the nomination one most likely six least likely one to six okay? Let's try. One. Bernie Sanders is my pole position candidate to wildcard I'm gonna see Pete Buddha. Judge, you know, I do think Democrats wanna fall in love with a young guy. Three also in that lane beta aerobic. I think if if it's not to judge it's beta in that lane four. Kamala Harris in the sense that it seems like harasses people are kind of wired in with New York Times Washington Post and are able to get a lot of dirt dumped on their opponents. Whether my a met five now. Cory Booker stages some improbable comeback. I think we're pulling up the edge now and number six. I don't know Tulsi Gabbard. Why? Tulsi Gabbard guy has to catch him self and put tolsey in there. Theory of that of be I don't know Assad poisons. I I don't know. But. Yeah. We'll see that that was very manful effort, David bots. Yeah. Bernie Sanders still at one, but I would put chem- further up in four. I think. That she would be the candidate. I would like to see nominated really. And I think once you get into that general election that identity politics side, her charisma. I can't stand her. She's my Senator in the great state of California, but she is just complete anti Hillary as far as her like ability to connect our presentation, she she'll have a little charisma factor that Hillary didn't have and it's just downright dangerous. And so she scares me more, but she doesn't fundraising prowess. She's definitely going to have the politics ticket. Now, they're they're going with a lot of white males right now which impede and Biden, and Bernie, and and Bago and so she could fill in that lane. Corey I wouldn't put in the top six at this point. I cost my list altogether. But it's hard to do it, you know, because kinda changes so quickly and all you can look to right now. Like, we're supposed to be a little more sophisticated and just to faulting the name idea. And I think the polls mostly reflect aim ID, but the fundraising does say a lot and Bernie's still it's really impressive. How he's kept his fundraising. Apparatus interesting. The map is good for him too early. Yep. Could and California being earlier helps cameras. Well, David French. You know, look, I I'm I'm not going to underestimate Bernie, and this I would have to put him in the pole position early on. And I'm gonna I'm gonna say that he did something really shrewd where he sort of doubled down on his lifelong view of immigration, which he you know, he sort of anchored down the right edge of the democratic field on immigration recently. When he was saying, you know, look this open, borders, ideas, just a bad idea. So I'm I'm putting Bernie at the as the front runner, and after that, we're gonna go with three Bs and a k Beto but digest I never can pronounce his name consistently Biden and Kamla. I think each one of those sort of are equally it's tough to different differentiate between those three as far as their chances. And then after that, I'm just gonna. To go with field because somebody somebody will be flash more one or more people will have their moment. I mean, we're so such a long way away. So somebody else's going to have a moment. I literally have no clue it is. And you know, Elizabeth Warren really seems to be fading. Assault putting her third and Massachusetts, which is pretty surprising. And that was their best senators. So this would be my take out say, I agree. I think we had EMMY on this Bernie number one. You know, he's he's got the fundraising. He could really go one two. And I wa and New Hampshire I go number two player to be named later or David puts it field as just a nod to modesty. I think we're just getting started. And they're they're gonna be some crazy things three Biden just because as different pointed out there just a lot of Democrats aren't woke Twitter Democrats, and he has has a really good claim on them. And maybe just need, you know, forty percent to win this nomination that I'd put Buddha judge number four number five. Stacey Abrams and number six Beto Rourke. Commenter feels definitive. Settled the one dark horse. I do think some debate moment. I haven't kinda Carly Fiorina type moment. A Julian Castro deserves to be in the top six. No one's heard of him. He's getting no traction these raising money. But if he were to get an opportunity, he has the talent, use charisma for sure comma, Harris, and you know, her much better than I just she's just doesn't seem very good to me very likable. Now, maybe they don't want someone likable maybe like the on prosecuted. I'm going to prosecute the case against Trump thing works, but it seems to me Stacey Abrams who's actually also done nothing which seems actually to to help people rather people early early in the process. There's this seems certain Winston to her rich. You're not allowed to say that comma Harris's not likeable. Yeah. Yeah. Sorry. Out to a year ago. And I said Hillary Clinton wasn't likeable and everyone just get that feeling like I've just done something wrong. I don't know what it is. Nothing. So I get the come Allah, has charisma argument would I don't know. And what I don't think democrat voters. No, according to the polls why you she running right? She's she's gearing up. She's got top-flight consultants and staff she's inherited some, you know, the leftover bits of the Clinton machine that are scattered like Russian oil tankers at the end of nineteen Ninety-one. Okay, fine. But why she running I think I have an idea of why Biden is running or even Buddha judge or or certainly know why Bernie Sanders is running. Why's beta reading? That's I think some of these guys are mean Beddoes running in commas running because they can be president. I mean, this is I mean, this is it. I mean, if if you're if you're if there's a school of thought that that I think has got some credibility that sort of says, there's a shot you have. And if you miss it, you miss it. And you know, right now, if there was going to be a time when there would be somebody who could say, okay, wait a minute. Like, look, let's just get real. Where all progressives were all going to basically, hire the same people were all going to pursue basically the same policies. So let's find the person who can win. Let's find the person you can turn out two hundred fifty thousand more people in Wisconsin the way Obama did or increase turn out in Detroit the way Obama did in flip some of these states back blue, you know, that's the logic. I mean, the you can't really say it like that. But I think the real story is some of these guys know are feel like. If they could get one on one with Trump that they can be Trump. And that that's the reason why they're running period. Yeah. Feels like a nomination worth having. And then is just they're exceptions to this. Obviously Rick Perry the first time around, but almost never do lose. Anything by running for president, especially have some confidence in your own own abilities and have something going on like Buddha JR. If nothing else happens to him in this race. And just kind of fizzles out is still huge upside him just from what's happened. So far when you can imagine him for cabinet post or something like that. If in future democratic administration, I would say in the case of camera. It's almost a foregone conclusion, I think she would be the VP pick if any of the white males that we talked about end up getting the nomination, she would be pretty obvious election. So not only different cabinet positions and overall brand of Asian little book and TV and things like that. But I think in this case the actual VP side. There's a couple of them that have a pretty good inside track on that. So let me can I David David Johnson and question my exposure. Ecologist to double down on on riches unforgivable error of written error of of raising ability. My experience of her is that she comes across as almost relentlessly condescending. And I have not been had the prolonged exposure that you have is a resident of the great state of California. But that seems to be the kind of demeanor that a lot of progressives like because it's sort of lecturing the plebes until. But it it. It is not it is not. Huma, very condescending. And his base still would have described him as very likeable it hurt in hurricane his everything you're saying that Richard Richardson them over to go. I would agree with like for me. And you guys we don't find it like -able that condescending, and there's a real sense of entitlement. And here's some of the stuff that will end up coming out. She is brutal to her staff. She is a total premadonna the joke on her as she doesn't like any four star hotels. It's not enough stars. You know, that kind of stuff that could end up becoming a problem that I don't think you're gonna have with with Pete. And you notice I only use his first name just taking the easy path. I think that beta beta in these guys aren't gonna have some of that so cameras got this unlikable almost I guess you could say Hillary aspect to her right? But I'm referring to woke Twitter, the people that were that energy is that millennial crowd and a lot of the various aspects of their base. 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And there are people out here out there who think just in the cause of social Justice, travelers transiting, those airports should not have the opportunity to have some amazing juicy original chicken. Sandwiches and welfare us. Yeah. This is a bigger deal than I think people realize, but well, let me say this. I think out here in the red states where I am people realized that this is a big deal. I think the progressive world doesn't realize that they're poking the bear again here in in. Here's here's why think this. This is number one. It comes across as shockingly extremist to do this on two counts. One is just flagrantly unconstitutional. I mean flagrantly unconstitutional and now I don't have a right to open a restaurant in a in an airport. Nobody's has a right to open a restaurant in an airport. But I do have a right for a government official to make a decision about my application to open a restaurant free of punitive, a free of punitive moment. Retaliating? It's me for my freedom of expression and just to make this sort of really concrete. And this is this is what we call black letter law. And there's a great case out in California where a bunch of schools school district in California punished the owner of what's called a living history farm. It's a farm where people sort of replicate history reenact history. A punish the owner for posting things on his personal private Facebook page like comparing Kirsten gillibrand a somebody. We haven't talked about today to an ice clean or an ice sculpture saying other negative things about Democrats, and they cancelled all their field trips to this living history farm, depriving it of a big pile of revenue and apo- Obama appointee. Judge just ruled in favor of this of this farm saying you can't do that you can't retaliate on the basis of private expression. So number one, it's fly. Flagrantly unconstitutional and number two thing. Let's just Pondimin about how extremist this is. This is what this is why they're canceling Chick-fil-A because Chick-fil-A supported the Salvation Army and the fellowship of Christian athletes in a very small donation to a group home the fellowship of Christian, athletes and the Salvation Army are out of bounds. Now that is nuts. That is absolutely nuts. If you're going to say about those organizations that it is out of bounds for private corporation have anything to do with them in this sort of, you know, in the charitable way. I mean, that's basically every evangelical church every Catholic relief organization every religious organization that isn't sort of main line piss Capelli as which I didn't know NBD loved so much. So this is really Michael I wrote a column about that this this this week as well. And just the Salvation Army, really. I mean, you know, millions and millions of people served every single year they raised two billion dollars from private sources every year and the beef that they have against them. There's this think progress, quote unquote report about Chick-fil-A giving that as highlighted this stuff and and been the hook for a lot of the the left to attack. But I is just that the Salvation Army says we're going to buy buy local anti-discrimination laws. So that that's like, you know, that's not enough to say you're going to abide by the local anti-discrimination laws fellowship, Christian athletes. If you sign up to be a leader in keeping with their faith. You have to say I'm not going to engage in homosexual acts. You have to say I'm not gonna engage in heterosexual acts outside of marriage on not going to drink. I'm not gonna smoke. I'm not gonna use drugs. So they they make that into an anti-gay thing in the home that David mission. I looked it up a little bit yesterday is. This home for troubled young men, Christian run in of Dahlia Georgia that the founder of Chick-fil-A support it from the very beginning. And they what they use against them. Their few blog posts from a couple years ago that were were intemperate, and, you know, set some anti-feminists and things in some things about sources of homosexuality that people don't like, but it should like one or two blog posts from years ago. And again, you're disregarding every outs of good this home does for for troubled kids. So it's really insane and very disturbing. So there's a couple of things one. I actually don't actually think all those cases you cite are pretextual. I mean, this is about the Chick-fil-A CEO saying he was against same sex marriage and. Really? I mean, really what I see going on at the deepest level is it's an aim for this moral gala -tarian ISM to monopolize the social aims of every significant institution in the country. Right is that you cannot have a Catholic hospital that that gives health care in a way that's consistent with Catholic belief if it comes into conflict with our contested interpretation of what equality means you cannot have the prestige of owning a major fast food chain and running a major fast food chain rapidly becoming the third largest in the country. By volume and hold to these beliefs, which are deemed abberant and effectively deviant. Now, one of the problems. I think we're going to face at least people like David I who who who have very publicly dented with our churches, and and sign up to the doctrines of our church is that the constitution and the popular understanding of it for you know, forbids the establishment of religion. However, it does not forbid because it never foresaw. The it does not forbid the establishment of gala -tarian ISM. It does not forbid the establishment of feminism. It does not forbid these of all these other doctrine, moral doctrines and political reform movements that are contested that. Are not provable that kind of put forward a metaphysics of their own in a way, those things liberals feel no compunction. They don't feel like I am overriding someone's rights when I when we do this. When we chase out these institutions from the public square or redefine their mission in in our terms. And so it's going to be difficult for conservatives. I think to make the argument we've we have good so far we have very good supreme court case law, and I think that will hold up for a time. But you see some of these lower court rulings and think okay, if some of the lower court rulings that are going against us or if the culture's so far against us that apple the biggest company in the world comes down like a ton of bricks on on a state that wants to religious freedom restoration act. I I mean, I think we have to think culturally in strategically as well as legally in these cases, David bonds in what? What do these do you? What is social conservatives do especially if they're views on sexual morality, which are are now. Increasingly in the hate say it in the mainstream culture defined as inherently hateful the views that Brock Obama had about twenty minutes ago. And that now have become hateful. They didn't go. You know? That's the thing is he went from saying, he believe marriage, marriages one man one woman saying volved on the issue. And that's obviously now where the entire left is. But it isn't that for those of us who hold socially traditional conservative views. And that was one case Michael where you could be talking to either David about us, holding views of our church these issues. Isn't that? Now, we're on the other side of it politically. But immediately went to hateful, and and just completely not to be tolerated. And the thing is, but one example is all over corporate America. There isn't a fortune one hundred company could think of that isn't more or less in the same boat. I spent many years as a managing director at Morgan Stanley, the cultural Marxism was off the charts, and and things like chick, filet get into the press, and it and they shine a light on it. As sense. You could argue from my perspective. It's a good thing. Because I don't think very many people understand the severity of what we're up against. And they're still kind of understandable tendency to want to nor the culture war. So yeah, my my view not only as a Christian, but as a conservative engaged in the public square there isn't any need to to back down. I think that compassion. And softness intact and all those things are always important from a wisdom standpoint. But as far as right and wrong of the issues. I think it's perfectly appropriate for people to be forward in their views on it. But see in this case, and it was one of the real important things. I believe in your article rich. They're not Chick-fil-A is not. We're not talking about them. Not hiring gay people are discriminating policies or benefits or some kind of issue like that. And for the most part when he gets into Christian colleges on their hiring. They've tried pushing that issue I still think that dam breaks at some point. But we've held the line there, you know. But like as far as in a Chick-fil-A, they're they're not having even accused of any discriminatory hiring practices. So this is rank cultural Marxism, and I honestly believe that there is still a significant amount of people that would have a more left-leaning view on the issue that would not support this discrimination Chick-fil-A, so David French exit question to you the renewed campaign against Chick-fil-A will have what effect on negative effect on the restaurant chain, substantial negligible. No. I'm gonna cheat for minute and respond to something David said, and then I answer I think this is a really this is one of the most important cultural points, and this is one of the most culture important cultural questions for the next quarter century of American life is how do we respond to what rod Dreher calls woke capitalism. It is this this. Essentially, the commandeering of the mechanisms in the power of corporate America to push very specific kind of social and cultural agenda, and I think that one of the things that Christians are going to have to do for lack of a better term is man up because I think what's happening is you have an awful lot of Christians who've caught in used to the notion that have gotten used to sort of keeping their head down and staying quiet. And then when you keep your head down, and I'm not talking about engage in insure your views in any way, that's anything other than loving, gracious, respectful. But. Christians need to need to be known in their institutions that they need. They need to be known in the sense that they need the institutions need to know, they exist because it will right now, we have a problem, and I and I get comments, and I get to Twitter Deums and emails all the time from people, and they say, I'm at Google or I'm at Facebook, or I met, you know, Netflix or this major banker that major Bank, and I just don't say a word, and I think that that's got to stop because one of the things that it does is it creates an impression that there is no real internal opposition in that all reasonable right thinking people agree with this progressive agenda, and if the person right next to someone in a cubicle or in the boardroom or in the meeting raises their hand and says, no I disagree. And I've been in that position been in that position in big law and have been in that position when I was. Teaching it at Cornell law school, it is difficult. It is difficult. But you might be surprised at the results when you actually raise your hand and say something so that's my jumping off by soapbox. And then the to answer your question as far as Chick-fil-A, the health Chick-fil-A of business if past practice is any repairs performances any predictor future results, which I know David bonds, and I should never ever say. It's gonna help. And dotty on the question of the business stuff. It's going to be nil unless a court litigation goes away that we don't expect currently given the precedence of the the courts on religious liberty and non-discrimination in contracting. I'm gonna cheat to and just add that I think David's exactly right on how Christian should act within these corporations those are outside of it who are in positions like the day, David French and myself, I think we need to be professional and aggressive. I mean, apple has done more to protest religious freedom in Indiana than it's done to champion religious liberty in China. I mean, affectively Tim cook is promoting the Chinese communist view religious, Reggie regulation. And he needs to be called out in exactly those terms, and we need to do that across the culture. And across corporate America, we need we need to just pointed out that this. This is an attempt to do. I I'm not as big on the term, cultural Marxism, but it is Soviet like in its in its jealousy and hatred of civic institutions that define their own aims, David. Well, I'm gonna I'm gonna Inver something David French said that I know he would agree with he's exactly right people in these corporate positions, whether they'd be kinda mid level poise or senior level people have to have more courage. But I do think David also implies that those people are themselves indispensable in their companies. See the more talent and gravitas. They have and more presence that we as conservatives and believers able to stab wish in vocational America. The more coverage we will have to resist these efforts as far as the answer to the question. It will help Chick-fil-A, but I do not just say that as economic. Answer, but feel Adriana one. Because I think that God will bless them. Keep in mind. This is a restaurant than is only open six seven of the time still just to make more about that all the rest, so sometimes obedience works, but the real winner and all of this Donald Trump's reelection efforts. So I say nil the because. Chick-fil-a is backed off, you know, they they. When this first happened in two thousand twelve they said, okay, forget it. We're not we're not funding in any way, any politically engaged socially, conservative groups or pronouncing on gay marriage anymore, and they actually this latest controversy. They cut off this home in in Georgia, and they're big business there. That's the right there about making making money. But so the what's most disturbing here is not what will happen to Chick-fil-A. It's just the broader trend that will grind other people with with fewer means underfoot. So one last thing let's get to just really quickly exit question style. Which is the ouster of cure Ston. Nielsen at DHS go to eat. I Michael Brennan, Tori, the new s secretarial make a positive impact in US policy at the border. Yes. Or no. No because the only solutions at the border legislative and that personal have no power to move congress. No. Because of what he just said French. No because every syllable of NBD's statement was correct say, yes. Because. Minor difference minor difference. But apparently the the beef with Nielsen besides just Trump hating her because the numbers are going higher at the border is the bureaucracy. Particularly USCS IS was not doing enough. Internally in terms of regulation, especially at these credible. Fear interviews there the first process for step in the asylum process. Ninety percent of of the migrants from Central America passed the credible. Fear interview really fixing that does require congress. But the things you can do at the margin doesn't have to be ninety percent. And there are other regulations coming out of DHS. They want to challenge this Florez settlement. They wanna make it alive issue. Again. They wanna regulation to come out that someone will challenge to get it back in the courts things like that that that haven't happened. So I think the next day sexual very focused on these things they obviously don't end the border crisis. But they'll make a positive difference at the margin. So before we go, let's hit a few other things. David french. You're a fan of show billions. Yes. Huge fan of the show billions. It's I'm going to say it's not going to be in the pantheon. Sort of this platinum age of television of the best shows ever like breaking bad or? Game of thrones. But it is it has sheer fun. And it's essentially the story it started off as the story of the confrontation between this hedge fund billionaire, and this the US attorney in the southern district of New York. And it it is over the top. It's often hilarious. It's incredibly it's incredibly compelling television. It is just in this. And the reason why I the reason why I picked it is just this past Sunday was one of the best episodes. I've seen of the show's entire run. It was remarkable. And as the thing I like about it is you've talked to folks who are sort of in that hedge funds curies industry, and they watch it constantly you talked to people who are in the US attorney's offices. They watch it constantly, and I also found out another community of people watches it constantly, and that's NBA basketball players Levitt. And as do hip hop stars. Love bill. Millions. It's it's kinda got this like subculture following in multiple industries and check it out start with season. One episode one like all premium cable shows, it's almost as if the first episode of any new season of urge news series of premium cable show is designed to be the most shocking possible episode, but hanging there after that the first fifteen minutes, and you won't regret it, Andy or sons in trucks. Yeah. So my two year old son is still developing vocabulary. And basically his favorite word is truck and his second favorite word is fire truck. But it's just a great way though. I mean, he's forces to rewatch an hour long video on YouTube about fire trucks, a couple of times, they get the tea and truck it's not like Huck no-no gets a t in truck, but he doesn't he doesn't quite get the are and fire so file truck. But in a weird way, it's great because a two year old even two year old expands your world. I mean, we were walking around town on these nice, warm evenings. And my son just demands to visit the the fire station, and then two blocks later, the volunteer fire station and the local firemen are happy to let this to your boy run in and stand up stand on the trucks at great said David Johnson NCW tournament. It really was a wonderful tournament. It was awful out of fun. I in mystify someone who I hold regard. I do David French some stuff that he's I I thought he was joking that kind of dug deeper and he. He poked back, and I ROY was serious and I had to stop conversation because I didn't want to use my regard for him. But I mean there really is nothing in sports like March madness the college tournament and just wonderful wonderful fund. Right. It was so yeah, I've been thinking a lot about David being wrong about this and trying to figure out just how and I think maybe the analogy would make is like NHL hockey, obviously superior to Olympic hockey, certainly Olympic hockey when was really Olympic hockey, and it was amateurs at least except for the Soviets but Olympic hockey, still greater spectacle. You know, at least for you know, three weeks, or whatever it is. And that's sort of the analogy would make with with NCWA basketball. Do you want to respond, David? Yeah. I mean, March March madness is a nice gimmick. For. Brilliant brilliant, little gimmick. For for four weeks. People. Never tune into college basketball have a exciting ride with some up sets in watch college students, go insane and go crazy. It's kind of fun. But you know, the reality of college basketball is on the Dacian. Well, yes. Actually. Yes, I wasn't even going to go there. It's so funny to me that that conservatives defend the it's really interesting. On just going by sort of the way, the demographics of it. All breakout. Conservatives usually fiercely defend the CWA, and progressives fiercely defend the NBA just as a general rule, yet one of them has capitalist and the other one is just fundamentally exploitive and extremely woke which is the NC double A. And and you know, so I wasn't even the go there. But I'm with you on that. I as a matter of fact, I completely totally support Nike paying the college players and their families. What is capitalist about the licensed cartel called the National Basketball Association will start a team up and and start competing with NBA team. You can't you can start a professional basketball team and start competing with the NBA as many people have tried to do as the did. And did it. So successfully that the NBA merged with it. But the NC double A. I mean what you're watching. There is the NC double A reaping billions of dollars in revenue off of this this gimmick tournament, and and then vacuuming it up into this extraordinary woke bureaucracy of the NC double A and the member schools, and you know, the funny thing is especially like when you're in the SEC, see rich. You've got me started. I really did. You know, the funny thing is like just I love college football. I can't help it. I grew up in the south ledge full of college football where there's no exploitation in college football. No, no there is there is, but I was just going to say, it's so. Funny. If you go to an SEC football game, you would think that the member institutions of the southeastern conference where the most hashtag merica patriotic institutions in the world based to the way that with the way that the game day rituals, the anthem and the flyovers and all this and all those millions and millions of dollars pouring into the bluest woke cast parts of the state. And and that's what the CW is doing and conservatives are like, yeah. So I just I don't know bad basketball bad institution except last night's game was good. So I'm not a huge music. I, but I've been reading up on the history of the the blues something I've been working on and just just looking back to the origins of the blues in these work songs in the fields or on the trains, and these hollers that on that. Workers slaves and others. Said sunk to themselves or to others or or just keep time in the fields or at work. And they're just on believable. There's this musicologist and folklorist John Lomax that recorded some of these work songs and hollers in the mid thirties and library, congress has available. And if you just listen to them, you just they pull your heartstrings and on believable way. It remind me of a line that Bill Buckley said of Whittaker chambers, Whittaker chambers voice being magnificent, tone, speaking to our time from the center of sorrow from the center of the earth. So before we move on. Let's get our editor's picks. In before we land this plane, m B? What's your pick? Mine is John O'Sullivan who wrote this week on Brexit things that pieces, titled if Brexit fails sodas Britain Jonah disagreed about maze. Withdrawal. I've been for it, and he is against it. But this column, and basically a lot of John's writing is just a great case for for his way of looking at British politics, which is a bit deeper than mine. Even though I've I've been obsessively following this. He is looking at larger trends that are transforming the Tory and labour party and he's essential. David French with your pick. This. The San Francisco is slowly committing suicide piece that has been just. So widely read justifiably over the last couple of days at national review. And it is you know, it is it is really tapping into something that I think is is critically important in that is the fate of our major cities as they are both becoming sort of like this exclusive playground of the of the rich the trans the international rich one of the statistics in there. That was so interesting to me was the rent average rent for a one bedroom apartment in San Francisco is approaching about four thousand dollars a month. So you have these cities that are simultaneously mind bogglingly prosperous in also decaying and fundamental ways. As was laid out in the article and Jack Fowler had followed up with something very similar about Seattle in the corner. That was also really compelling, and I you know, I think that this is a cat part of the frustration that we see with a lot. Younger voters right now that lot of us who don't live in these cities. Find puzzling is it is really expensive and hard to live in these places unless you're just ridiculously wealthy and that does create a degree. I think of justifiable frustration. They would bouncing. Yeah. Mine kind of ties in a little bit today. But it's Kevin Williamson's new article this up it's complicated, and it kind of delves into the messy -ness of government solutions. And when you get past the rhetoric of things the complexity that exists in solving various issues, like affordable housing, which is a great example of one that oftentimes more government sets out to do the worst. They make it. But as is typical of Kevin this is a really really good piece. So my pick is Matt Continente cover story in the new issue on the thought of Charles Krauthammer, Matt has really made himself one of the foremost historic. Hinz and explicatives of conservatism as a as a flossy and body of thought, and he delved into Charles's work in and thought in it a really valuable way to five thousand word essay. But well worth your time. So that's it for us. Even listening to national review podcast. Rebroadcast re transmission or account of this game without the express written permission of national. You magazine is strictly prohibited podcast has been produced by the incomparable, Sarah. Should he makes it sound better than we deserve? Thank you. David french. Thank you, Michael Brennan dorey, author of the forthcoming my father left me Ireland. And thank you, David Bonderman, author of the book out right now. Literally right now the case for dividend growth. Please check it out and thanked especially to all of you for listening. We are the editors wa who.

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That's good stuff. Now. I can go ahead and. To Yell is going to happen here that train. To Biz overactive, stupid that training just kept on going. But it didn't exactly stop when it needed to yell missed train so. The hype train ideas maybe they'll be another one coming through, but we can't wait for that right now. So it's Day to get things going just going to say it was going be on the show here today talking about project power. You saw it. Finally. Gave Shit did they because I gave up? Yeah. I. Saw it today on my my screening list like not today last night I was like all right. I watched it on Netflix frightening. Yeah. That's what I do. Yeah. Yeah. I WANNA get no. That's the thing. What was already Netflix when we got the screener. See that's what was funny to me getting an email from the rep going, hey, link me to your review. I was like Oh funny thing about that. And I said I'd love to give you one. I mean we try. We try. We try to tell you. What you review for what oh? Well, maybe you didn't do all the right steps. Yeah. Maybe why don't you walk and? Tell her this. Almost. sent her an email back saying what my review of got damn thing. Review what the fuck? reveal. Why don't you? fucking they help me when I asked. About this movie right here, Fuck. I asked you about this. Yeah people. So we'll have the review today for at least gave us undo for today. Was Fine we couldn't review until Thursday night away. There was an embargo. Six PM on Thursday. Embargo was that just. A few hours before it's released to the public and. What was the point of that? Zach lately just just don't make it available to the press and that. No confidence initiative wait. What was fucking a few hours going matter because it's going to be up. Thank you. Thank you over there. Big Homie homey sixty nine coming through with the south. Right today also folks we're GonNa have a discussion. About controversial music, I got somebody who emailed me wanted kind of a follow up to his whole car to be discussion that we had last week when we talked about I was Wednesday or Tuesday. Tuesday we talking about and I said if I find out anthony more about Cardi B. I get into this I'll let you know and honestly I didn't. But I did have a whole issue as people I know I know and I could weigh in on it because although I didn't follow up with our own. We had some friends over on Friday night and we we had a long conversation about this unlikable fuck more thoughts about this and. then. I originally imagined so I'll follow up with those thoughts and we'll talk about this whole thing with Cardi being controversial music and her controversial music video and whatnot. Sort of a follow up to last week and Oh got a surprise for you another one. Okay you know what? I. Wouldn't be surprised if I just told you right off the bat. So let's let's just take it one step at a time. 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I'm scared like we don't convert by the end of the show. He's GonNa, beat the shit out of. Like we're not all saved. GonNa save us against him. Sort of truth. Oh. Shit. Marta. Yeah Man. Folks, you can go and look that up right there. Let's see. We got here today folks. Welcome to the show. We had to cut down the alert so we could hit the. Word of Jesus Christ. Up in here, cut back off a little bit before welcome to the show just getting here gotTa Review for Project Paulo today in also going to be talking about some controversial music, I'm answering email. In regards to Cardi to be in the controversy going on with her wop. That is don't know it is already and A. Surprise you. Okay. So first of all. Let's go ahead and. Put in on the note a where this glorious new sub alert came from. Not, leaving the dark anymore. And then we'll have something to wash down. The means nothing. Nothing to me. Is Random. Go. Along. With a month, they won't be so random when it's all done. So this is what happened on the are you familiar? With this man Boney M. You don't know that is crazy because. Boney M is a group from back in the day and they made a bunch of hits and I thought you know because, I you know thing is they were. So they had a lot of popular songs idea recognize one song, but there was a mean going around with this guy bony in the band. Okay and. Turns out that. Even. One of our. Before we even a star this mean here. Even, one about hype train songs. Feature. Bony in in the gang didn't even know it. Turns out he looks just like. He might be you might actually be my grandfather's Yeah. But? Yeah I didn't know that that was actually boney m right then we would look at it that before this meeting came out and made popular so we just start getting into You know. Let me give you the actual song right in. This is the mean. Let me see daddy cool. Daddy cool. Daddy cool has never heard Daddy. Daddy, Kula. Cooled. It'll make sense. Give it's all coming together. Here, it is. It's the. You know what? Makes Sense hundred percent. Some details are lost his year. By this point, some pieces you fall into place. Nothing it just leads to more questions. But the questions you had immediately. Might be answered and stress. Might. But this is this is boney M so. I've been going over this for like two weeks now so Bony an came from got popular game because Snoop Dogg put out this mean. Where said it was? Three girls saying. and. said. Mama. Me and my friends getting ready to start a band mama response. Okay. Baby. Just take a little brother with you and this is this is the video where it came from. Related his own, world. Not encyc- Three. Found about rehearsing what they taught. Just kicking those. Not. where There's a totally different show going on in his head. Just a little over the. Line. Away you've got moves now. Look at these these new smooth moves. Ativan aneurysm. But it'd be electrocuted. I e. Time he's like I know I can date. But he's like, fuck these bitches. They. Tried to show them be fair program. You know I get up and do a dance for y'all. Notice okay. Everyone, is paying attention to him not those three girls that is true staring at him. You got something so there's a big story here. I'll tell you about a little bit but they came out with this other song. Called a rasping. RASP you. Yeah. Man. Did it all lead up. Yeah. That's song. That's Long I. Don't know how I don't know where but I said you know what I heard this song before and had no idea that this crazy do was the one behind it. Oh, here it is. Here it is. So I like I say I mean it gets crazy. This makes Oh. Yeah. This was pop that was his role in the band I think he'll ban is called boney in okay. Because his name is Bobby Farrell that guy. Okay. So the band is called Boney m why don't know but That was that they is making these crazy songs of sometimes about a person like got one call mob. Acre. Daddy cool and. In this. And this hit right here. rest beauty. Say. It'll get me more sane. Is More questions than the girls in the Russian Dr by get. Him It was like a Swami or More Indian than anything else yeah. It's a hodgepodge of different cultures Russian we said. I was telling him though the day. Because I saw him in check because. My man a frontman right here Bobby Farrell he's he's German I think the girls might be Jamaican. this thing in about a rushing wizard. Yeah Turkeys Turkey beat. That eventually turns into American discount. So all. The girls dressed up like a coup. Aladdin back there. So all this don't make sense. To you gotTA despite a mental. Does just. God Damn Fool Those long tell him that he's not doing it right. And you not they gave up. Fuck. We try talking to them. You. Know first time we gave them cocaine have came. Just tired self, out one. While he does time stuff out. Pay. fucking. Hard but now. I'm ED. Comes in. That's enough of that Shit. I. I WANNA straight to the. Whole intro. Forget about. They had to give him about five minutes to times. You'll be doing that. An hour after the song, it'll be in the car. Russia. Super. With this. Course is actually really good. That's how a new song because it's not a bad song man actually catch you. Broke. It. Was a cat that really was gone. Hey. That cat rescue seaman he was gone baby. Gone maybe gone. Need. Okay no makes. Context. came. Together. You. Know. There's a point where he got tired tired. Yes. Again. I'm. Aussie. All in once. Like orange slices or Blood. Sugar's really. Jesus. Shit fuck the slow. Breaking. To, more people. To do something about this. Outrageous. Twenty. Two not fucking deliver got to rehearse for this. Shit. Catherine. It's all big difference between something but together in the studio and perform who live or even in a video but he looks thoughtful ahead that light skin when he said. You know for some reason. You. Know what as Martin? You. We don't now. They started. There's something there. Meka. That's Martin I. Don't know why okay he got scale. Facial feature plus you know he's he's cold. Gush Shirt a nice shirt on. School is so I just I just went I sung a song behind it and just made up on a spot. You know you can make up songs on the spot around here what I hear you ball's coming in and doing the video and. They started jumped on. That's not what I'm hearing. Corey capitalized. God. Didn't make the video supposed to be about friends. I sing your praises. And then. Basa came in and. He said, yeah, he made a sign even tell them to do it. Man I here boss I don't do this man he did it anyway. T. That Cam. Now Now So. Part of this is a remix point of I'm laughing up in. Now. March. And they loved it. They loved it out there. I posted noble pitches myself on the Internet. That was that was. All right. All right. It's cool. So. That's what okay. Okay. Interesting fact about this about this ban. So, this guy, let me see here. So this guy. See if I can find. Part here. Point here. COMES UP. Place. So that was his thing. Also a Nissan usually just had like just. A couple of words something turns out that the person that put this band together. With the same person that put. Milli? Vanilli. Yes. Yes. Because I was like wait light skinned black German German. Yeah. Yeah. The good job Martin. So. Yeah. He pulled the same shit with him for a year. This guy didn't really get to saying he just lip Sync uh-huh are you? Just. Lips stuff are. He wouldn't sing at all when in the studio and he was on stage. Yeah. He would lip synching with the whole thing of like let's get the ban out there. Let's get going. Let me do the vocals and whatnot ended eventually you will get to saying which he did. That was kind of a plan for Millie Bonilla right right. Except they got caught fucking record skipped and they got caught before they could come out and actually saying so they became those dues and everybody thinks with vanilla that those guys were just like these. These these people these really bad people that deceived everyone it was everybody but them. People were trying to many around the world they sign the contract they. because. They've said before let us sing and they're like oh just hold off Oh, you're saying after a while Oh yeah. But the two guys yeah, together. Yeah. Yeah. The two guys. Tried to Fab Rob Robin Robin. Robin Fag. Your everybody thinks that mealy like these two guys would just is really bad guys that were out to make money by deceiving people and turns out that they were the ones that begging the saying. Excuse me. They said, they knew this was coming in a thanks better if he just lit a saying, but this guy had already done this shit with him and it was successful. So we'll just kind of like. All right. Well, you know what if it works then work? So just trust me guys famous last words so. These two guys when it happened. They had to get a grammy back which that was. The biggest thing is that they got a grammy while they were lip sync so that I can they couldn't take the Graham. That's one of the things that they were kind of even it was all bigger than them, right? Right. So yeah. The switch before that. If that grammy had never happened I. Don't think they skated by been fine I. Don't think they really expected this to blow up as much as you're did so that grammy nomination came through they won and they had to give it back and that's where they all since they the front people. It all fell on him like all the the you know I mean everybody was kind of complicit in this record company producer. Just got they got fed to the wolves man sure. Yeah so Yeah, man. It really is a tragic story about these guys man. I. I also felt bad for the people who actually say oh. Yeah. They came out for about two years known as the Real Vanilla. People like. The real. Please, stand up. The name? Nilly. Millie Vanilla is associated with fake so you can't say with a real. Yalla fake phonies. Well. It's kind of crazy with these two right hand man. Wasn't show everybody we're about to go ahead and get into everything here guitar review of move. Project power. To have a discussion about music which we just kind of did gone to controversial music but. Talk about controversial music for today. In what's his controversial anymore? Exactly you WANNA fuck y'All mad about this it really I I'll tell you this much. I don't I really really don't get it after that discussion I had on Friday. I started talking I was like, well, you know really surprising. You've got this. There's nothing Oh shit this is the whole time. was just talk about. Oh and we'll come back and a little bit after commercial break. We'll come back with my other surprise for you. Okay. Also for some updates real quick. We are going to have viewing party on Friday. Everybody's welcome. Whoever wants to come in you know how some people on discord come in you can also join in on the chat. The double toasted dot com chat that is. Right here. See. Boy again craze up in his chat but. Have you there We'll let you know what the move is going to be later on the week already know what it is, but it may change but We'll let you know it's GonNa be on double toasted dot com not the twitch channel not you to double toasted dot com that's what we have therefore to actually do some. Gary Can. Get you can just random and it he wants to be. There's no, there's no rhyme or reason sense to what he does. He's a joke of measles purchase health trying to find one. Yeah Man So we'll have that Friday eight, thirty PM Central Standard Time like we always do. Sit Down and have some drinks that you guys watch craziest movie. Also still working on the Patriot on. Mcginn an understanding more might be a big benefit for us, but also looking at some stuff that we were doing and I was thinking man, you know I really do miss a miss doing animation. And creating stuff and whatnot. So I was like you know this could really cool but it might patriot main the playing a bigger role around here on I. Don't know. We'll see. We'll see how it goes. And let me see here. What else we got the hell see this we all lose losing what the Hell is going on in. Chattanooga. Jesus I do not have no idea what's happening here at this moment Batman forcing taint on someone. Well yeah people. We'll talk about more I. DON'T WANNA get into it too much. I'm probably saying too much as it is, but we'll get to the patriots stuff later but I don't like to catch you by surprise ever meeting with Patriot on Tuesday. So we'll see how that goes I. 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With. Your eyes are darting. It is true. Down I'm doing this. In Your Eyes twinkle in your eye I didn't do that today only. Hey. Yeah. No, that's. Like. A Lot. What'd you get the? I honestly don't know. got that head coordinated with it. Yeah. I bought the hat recently like the store get all my shorts from all the Paisley shirts. The closing down see and I was like Oh Paisley closing. And I was like, well, you go in maybe some good sales going and I was like shit different for me to buy. I bought everything. That's going on business. Say He's a hat. I just bought that and then I said. Just a circle with the Nice. You got that looked Kinda that gray. Gray. And then you go. When they say you know we got one piece of Paisley for you. All we gotta look. Like I'll take. All right folks. You WanNa, stick around because we're going to review. But before we do that. I got a surprise for everybody in here. something that. Until. You don't don't. You just wait. I WANNA get everybody's impression when we do this do this but we'll let you know what that surprise in what? Is as soon as we get back here. But before we do that, tell you what we're GONNA do. The commercial break. That, we were talking about. And focused we will be. Right back. After. He's got to reds no. fucking put. Directs. Yeah. Era We understand. As we beat you as we understand. We hold you. See. US Some interesting things event Hong Tran said Tyler period just shot a ten episode season. Ten days has an episode day. I'm not surprised and he finished two days ahead of schedule. What is this? Okay. Is the deadline article right right there. But yeah I believe in man. I'M GONNA, leave it to shed I'm surprised it took them so long. Goal. Breaking. It'd be probably good question for you. Martin. This is from. Why Blaring Wa? Sixty, five, I'm sure there's something else my mess it up. We're GONNA, go with that right now. Says Marble TV in Jeff Lobe. Hey. DT Crew. Did y'all ever talk about the racist comments made by former head of Marvel TV. Jeff Lobe Asians. No I did not know about this. The stars, of of some of those were upset because he downplayed the Asian characters Abbas. They had a whole bunch of story lines with the Asian characters and daredevil. And he was like nobody wants to see Asians. I knew about he got. Mike hears about that. I don't WanNa see them bastards. Yeah. Yeah with some of those those characters from the hand Kinda came off flashy and you're like there was more development well planned madame guy was. Shit Suck. Yeah. Because I did not like it was one of the actors who who's like listen. I ain't trying to kill my career and I've waited two years to say something. But yeah, this is what went down and. Other people have. Corroborated while I I. Don't I. Don't doubt it. I think that's probably of the reasons why I mean I'm not saying that this is the reason why? Because I didn't notice it. But if the if they play Dow play story elements, it's probably why something like the defender kind of sucked because I didn't like that it wasn't wasn't sigourney weaver that at the hand. House like Oh shit. You white this this this very distinctly Asian criminal organization white late is in charge of it. Jeff Lobe and I've in Pearl Mutter all the main reason why Kevin Feige like separates the movies from the Yeah, I did know but I didn't hear about all this stuff with the agency said. See here. Daredevil actor Peter Should CODA Aka Nobu. Talked about the comments made by Jeff Lobe to the right of the show and he put it down. Here in a link said, he also didn't invite Asian leads Incheon Coda and Wayne chain whole. Aka Madame Gal to the season two premiere on like the rest of the cast. Well, fuck you. was a huge part of all. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I mean. Yeah like I I don't know this out of the store here. So I'm just going to say this if over the the other thing was at. 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But Hey, you know needs to be saying this is the way like. The straitjacket he likes. Look it up and looking like this but not good for him for putting this out there. People. There were three previous marvel movies at Trilogy Lados need where was kills two hundred agents. Each moves nobody gives a shit don't write about. and Gal and he was. Very talented. But. Is Too long. Maybe. Double toasted love machine. Yeah maybe. So doubled toasted love Michelle because we'll be beginning what are to Syria? Running to what he's saying Monaco dancing. It's. Free. Where we went to a to? Intensely looking at this. Wow this is sad. Man This is. Donald. Thin. Me See here. Mute and mute yes. Sir Not that we don't love it now. It's funny. All right doctor. I have privy to that story on. Explained it to me. And they were very apologetic. They couldn't follow through with it. With type. It was very interesting storyline about them. About having to to go there under the guise of getting. Some kind of A. 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Who knows who knows what I know that Ray Fisher put out a tweet and how people Kinda like again like oh you. Get to do as much Cyborg as you wanted to. You know what we got you back now they're talking about I don't think it's GonNa happen and even mentioned like a cyborg movie I mean that was years ago when they Had Green Light, all these other films that have not come to fruition at this point, and the thing is he hasn't really shared any details. He hasn't done something like this actor just did so. He's not put a lot out there, but that's just another example. Yeah Yeah. Yeah, a lot of a lot of people and it seemed like it all going. Hey, look. If you got something that you've got, you've got some secrets. You've got some stories. And you think there was a time. Yes. That would probably hurt your career come out should now. Because now, a lot of people like a really diversity moments. Come on over. Yeah. It's it's GonNa do it now before fatigue sets in? Yeah because they're going to be. Where it's like man I got a story about what happened yeah? Yeah. Yeah we we know we've heard. GonNa say I don't want to hear that. I've had enough. Just this morning now yeah. Yeah. I. Don't I don't WanNa hit now raid. Do you want the? Gender? Job Broom clauses right over there Jesus Christ. So. Yeah Man. Get A. WE'LL get to that point to. These things to. Go in. Cycles. Yeah. Yeah Yeah. Get Away. You can before we get tired of your black, ASS Take. Mistreat on this again, you and everybody else. I'm sure it was bad. Don't get me wrong I. Just don't feel like hearing it anymore. Look Man. I hired a couple of black people seven years ago. Okay. Did I was opposed to. A. You. Just never satisfied are. You. God Damn. You know what? You can do my car's dirty go watch this. Do a good job. right Folks welcome back. We. About to get into. We're about to get into our review. For Project Power. This is the Netflix movie starring Jamie Foxton Joseph, Gordon Levitt. We're about to get into debt but before we do that I, thought something might get us To the mood. Let's see here. I don't know what I'm saying is where race some libations Nail it. Thank you. Switch. Rental put out there. Was that where? Be. Burton. Very Very. Heavy. That the heavy that the pivot of it. Might, be saying we try this thing that I have right here. So. I'M GONNA. Grab this real quick okay. Hold it down to you WANNA switch can switch. Switch. Switch I saw this coming before I even got. I've done this before we got this. Oh. Martin how you doing today? Doing Okay I didn't ask him that you can give me a time to ask me sincerely. Want to ask you how you feel. Anything I can. fucking. Shit I took a trip to. I wanted to. Nurse, it. got into that eventually know that's why. They're. So. Got Three these. Bottles right here on mark. Bottle. Think this is. It looks like it's in a beer bottle but oh, it's some of your wife's homebrew. Ding Ding Ding there you go. My Wife. Is An official brewer. Now, she made her first batch. She bottled it. Capstone. Got A lot of these at home. So. Explode. Like Molotov cocktails? Folks, this is my wife's. First batch of beard you guys WanNa try some. Can Ask what type of beer it is it is a heavy vice. Oh Oh, that's right. You can't have. Oh. I'll. I'll take a sip I'll taste it because I don't want you on the show. Share are you allergic to this? Yeah I got ex OH. Okay. Recently diagnosed I'm so sorry to hear it but there are certain beers I can drink. But. Heavy not one. Yeah Well Buddy. Wants. Drink. In. Front of Mark. It is good too because margins WanNa Talk Shit. Okay. Sorry. I. Mean you know it's beer. that it tastes like beer. All right. You want want to curse you and our are cool. That sounds good. I like that Mar should you know what by wouldn't on I'm sorry I forgot that's okay. 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INITI- pulled up this bag and she said, what do we do with? Sid told me this I remember when I said, you mean the hops. The main part of beer. Fixing your car, you got a bunch of these parks leftover. Judy you do know a beer requires Oz. Did you read this in? Open look to put. and. Take it out the stuff and she did, and we had to start the process over on that one particular part. So I think she would want ingredient in there already. So if it does taste a little weird in. It's fine. I like it a maybe. I'll be. HONEST WITH You I'll be completely honest with the. Made. My expectations were low. Wow, it tastes like being. Like beer. I told Alaskans. I've drink. This is one of them. You know what you need. Was that me fucking foot in your mouth. His beard. fucking thing is made that joke before joking. I said GonNa be like will this beer and you did the same thing will. Be. How much? Of Me goes on. To. Be there. Joy I enjoyed it. Yeah. It's refreshing. I haven't drink beer to. ME. 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I know that you'd be honest because Chris would be honest. He would. He would. He would find the nicest way. I was one. That's one thing about quiz he will find the. Why are you trying to be nice. Now you. said a word. Mortgage Look whene whenever he thinks I'm fully with. The talk. Shit while you play. You talking about your wife. We see. Know I know you thought you would be very diplomatic and find a nice way to say that you don't like something. Yeah. I don't like. To Watch him, do. You, read a chunk that bottle. Undecided yet. Fair now nice. I'm seeing is. With You like. Yeah. shitting. Clearly, he likes the beer because he's continuing to drinking. Yeah. No, I see I. Politeness but I see. United your fellow they're doing. STANDUP. Guy. worser Hey I'm glad to say that we have over a thousand people watching right now. That's really cool. Right on yeah I think what would what happened for days? We were unlisted why I don't know why that's the thing I didn't think you can do that you had to have. A category somebody flipped switch. Off but it does any new people here. Welcome to the show. And welcome to the channel double toasted. Latte. Happy here. Cory Martin. and. Chris. Harman over here, we love to give Chris a hard time. Everybody gives people hard time around everybody. Especially Chris. Not. Everybody hates Chris. I guess I missed your dancing mean. Many die than memes. All head on me. See here. But yeah, people welcome to the show entertainment channel. Also, talk about some news issues out there. Every now and then but today is going to be about entertainment going to talk about the movies. And as you know, a lot of people are watching stuff on net flicks. Because people too scared to go to the movies even though. People trying. CRAZY ASS Russell. Crowe trying to get. He must really be unhinged thing anybody wants to see that shit get sick watching his stupid as chasing by down a car. But Hey. Netflix being probably the most popular streaming service out there. A lot of people flocking over there and using that as a form of entertainment while we can't go to theater and that is what we have today. To talk about this movie. Excited about this because this movie tells us that there is finally away for us to be superheroes more Comic Book Fan. You can earn over there to all of us love watching the the marvel movies in. superheroes. And it turns out that we all can now be superheroes for Five Min Say All of us. All of us can be the adventure point but you're right. Martin is GonNa cost you and you can only do it for five minutes. See Martin it ain't that fantasy should. This is real life. In. Real life everything comes with a catch. Their. Thing is you can't really save the world. In. Five minutes that's hard to do nobody's I can tell you nobody's ever see the world in five minutes I'll tell you what I can't do in five minutes rob a bank, a liquor store. Somebody. I can carjacked someone. Yeah. There's a lot of crime that you can do easy. because. Anybody who indulges in this. Clearly up to no good. Yeah. 'cause there's no good. You can do in that five minutes. No, there's nothing that you can do about. You know being good. Takes work. Just amazing. How do up this shitty man? That's easy. I can just walk up to knock on your head and take your wallet like. This got four and a half minutes to spare. Whether what other Bush? Crazy vile thing and I do to someone. So that is why The cops are trying to take this power pill. off the streets because too many people doing shaded things out there with this. You know, and they're trying to get this off the streets of Louisiana. That is a desperate man trying to save his daughter. Does it come in unravel the whole thing. Like I said, you know these cops actually doing some good. Don't get mad five minutes to fuck that all of. What goes on movie. Project power. Great. Great premise right there. Again, what have we? All could be superheroes by simply appeal. Course those come with side effects. You know chills. Diarrhea always die realize explosions. Self combustion. So? Yeah. You know until this gets federally approved. By the FDA maybe we should take this off the streets. But. Sure it makes for an exciting adventure. Are Does it? Let's go ahead and take a look at the trailer for project power and we'll be back all of us saw this. will be back with all. POW speaking out. There was a pill. That could give you five minutes. With Powell. Pure power. which it takes. I'm about. I'll do anything to find this or This is Malign. Welcome to project power goes. The next evolution of the human species. You're taking one of those. Could make you strong. Make you invisible. Never know what your power is until you try it. Out On the streets telcom combat superpowers, the dental them how long he could kill. The plan now. Except from. I gotTA. Get. Back. something. I saw one. Tearing our city or. Your kid has something to do with it when you got the formula. hotdog. Week more together on this. What do you need stood at the pills on? Spent the noise. So. Birds. We wept. Our goals we're always goes people. Think, they can just take their product on my city. See what happened. Now Batman Ravenous movie. This is real life you're doing these. Bad boys for life. In this. UNDERGRAD. Is. No, fun? issue. Complete that in the trailer. Jimmie Foxx mandate you'RE GONNA. Be Meet. Up. On the. Church's chicken. Ruin his game gonNA trailer like it's it's building up all the pitch a cut into that one scene. That's such an aside it's a it's like a funny little moment but. Was Story. This is important here. Come on. His game. He might even give you PCB. But. So this right here. You can tell by the trailers so. You get a power, but the thing is you know getting the when you take this pill almost like it's almost like a loop box or something. By A. GREAT WAY TO PUT IT When you? Take it. You don't know what power you're going to have. So the first time you take it, you're taking a risk because your power could be i. don't know you might be like the human torch you might burst out into flames and. Be. A big super powered a super villainess. flame-throwing person mutant if you will. You know depends on your DNA. Genetics depends on what's going on inside a that's why I was actually in real life they would call it the X. men peel. Well, it's funny. You would say that because marvel comics has explored this a bunch they hit daredevil they had something called the mutant growth hormone that was a drug on the strap we're taking the powers Newton powers temporarily, and then with the in humans they had the tear missed where if you came into contact with that and you were an inhuman, you would branch out with some kind of power that you didn't know could be something good some bad. And in the comic book powers who wrote the same issues, a daredevil that was all about that. Cops a hunting people who have these powers than they aren't supposed to. But. They're saying. No might have made a movie yet. Very much. A movie out there. You read all. You want. To make a pill. And but yeah no, and I'm sure that this story has been in some form or another. And like I said, man, you know speaking because of marble was able to make this into a movie. That's what that pill would be. It would be the X. Pill or something if this was in real life are real life you know some we saw dude. Pick a car and trump that shit dude genocides shitty on the X. Men and Shit the mets man appeals they're gonNA X. Man's. Man Are. PCP. Is Be the same thing. But. You know. The movie here. Is that kind of premise and I'm sure you've you've seen this before right here where. You, know it takes a movie that takes a fantastic. And tries to make a grounded by. It up with a more realistic genre is usually the COP street action genre that goes on. You know you've seen this done before. It's done several times that was a movie alien nation that this was done with a few years back a long time ago but you guys might have recently seen this with the another Netflix's property where the one where we saw wheel. Smith trying to murder fairy. Like their particular LAPD. Crate. Humane at all. That's bright. Big Difference between embrace is at bright was actually even more fantastic because I was magic. This is sort of superhero science in a way science fiction and was David Air so setting Los Angeles. Everybody wanted to be Mexican. And a game. But You the problem with that approach. When we see this at least that I've seen in of the news, not always the case. Don't have an example where it was done. Amazingly. But for the movies that I've seen where they didn't work out that well. Or were they were kind of flawed is where? They really get by. On the idea. Of mashing up. The fantastical. Oslo something that's heavy science fiction with the real world they really concentrate on that. It's almost like a gimmick that's what they're really by on that idea. And usually they're so stuck on that idea right there that the not really. Putting into the potential of the COP street story what happens with that is that the COP street? Action Story. Is usually kind of lacking. In Lexington sense that. Is usually. Just a typical cop. Street action story that you see I think and I'm not saying that that's bad. Not Seen as good but you know It goes anywhere from week to serviceable. You got kind of both elements of like that here. you know I'll start out with one big thing that bothered me here and you guys please tell me what you feel about this. In this case. It was the villains, the billions a week. I thought that does not a villain in here that actually stood out to me that I remembered that was had a great personality. They're popping power appeal and doing some freaky Shit. Yeah. That's awesome. macedon Oscar everybody I wanna see what happens next with somebody but as far as being. A villain that stands out in the movie. where I'm like, wow, you know because a lot of times we watch these things. It's like man you know one thing I remember here they went up gets a bad Ashville nine all these. Mouth Villains just. forgettable as fuck man downright lazy in some cases. You know Steph given. All the Nichols all of the villains. Before, they mutate into something crazy instead of giving a villains great lines instead of getting a good scenes. A personality. To give them a silly as look. Rodrigo sent Toro right here. I think he's in Westworld, right? Yeah. Okay. I thought. So my wife pointed that to me he's a straight up costume shop villain. His biggest person. is to me to me. His biggest personality trait is that he has facial hair. Is Allowed GNARLY. His neck is all Vani gnarly and everything but that's his biggest trade. He guess stupid facial hair. And our backers will see with. I Sat. Working for the woman was unchanged. You know. I'm looking at this and the whole time I couldn't stop looking at that not. Looking like a Latino Colonel Sanders. Doesn't look at my wanted looking like a civil war General Three Musketeers Shit just. got that twist at the. Twins Nicer. Wax. Be Looking like a serial diversion I got a nose job as city I'd like I'm like come on man that's that is his trait as is big trait and I gotta tell you and I'm GonNa pass on your maybe I'm a little biased because. It makes me whenever I see a villain who wears his over his shoulders and don't put. It doesn't wear properly. Because I'm looking at that undisguised just it's the personal peeve of mine. That's that's that's very specific personal. I'm throwing off. Just put your fucking arms through the sleeves. Are DOPP put down commit to the they want to give them a cape that's too much. Just give him overcoat and that's Take like a wearing. Whatever billion? WHO's wearing this is A Duisburg village to show he's the boss. He yeah henchmen work under him. Yeah. I. Got it but I I just Kinda like I. Put. The fucking. Coat Auto. Put it there. I'm more like, why are you wearing a coat? It's fucking New Orleans. It's one hundred degrees outside one hundred percent humidity. What's wrong with you? Remember Nassar with. Always how much of a bad as? My Co, Goddamn Day of summertime and. Tell me how to Rachmat fashion and say something. I WanNa look like a God that Mexican Colonel Sanders I'll do this. Tell me what I like and it's not just him. I just thought like the villains will come in and quickly and then he just left they'll put any real attention to him I'm not gonNA. Say That could really. Takes away the not terrible. It's just that they're not memorable now the. Family time when they are specials when they showcase their various powers that's the one thing it's like, okay. Now we got to the cooling I can't tell you a single name of one the villains. That's the evil woman the Guy Not Mexican Colonel Sanders like that's it and he had like the big bald guy and that's all I can remember I don't know anyone's name in this. I'll say I'll tell you why don't remember anyone's names by their actors names, their real life names. Because I think th this movie does it just we're just going to showcase. This kinda street gain cop story. But with that heroes on of and that's what works about from those part but overall I can remember the character's names. Yeah. I didn't even think about until you brought them up. I mean it does it does I just I just thought. Okay. These guys aren't the focus. Are Three leads the focus and. The effects that everything else is going on, but you're right the yeah. The villains are there there for the most part generic could have been interchanged with somebody else? Just for the record, he's Brazilian excuse me new fucker. You said Latino that's that's fine. Chris said Mexican Cassandra was like well more excuse me Okay Okay I think it makes concur. San. Feel like you said, Latino go with that. I'm not feeling. But Yeah, man? Now, the rest of the cast to be fair. You know they're they're not too far from being types themselves. Start out with Joseph going right here. Joseph Gordon Levin they. He's the kind of person. All of them are really kind of people expect action flick, but especially him, you know he's he's a cop that doesn't play by the rules. You know if you want to go out and catch criminals, you gotta make even playing ground. You gotta play by their rules which no rules at all you know we've seen that over and over Jamie Foxx Jamie Fox is the anti hero here. You, know he's. He doesn't want to hurt anyone. Even. Though he'll kill every mother. fucking. If he has to get his daughter back gotta get and that's the thing about it. He's like you know what? I I got to Palmer daughter. And he's hiding some secret to as all mysterious anti. Heroes. Do. In these kind of flicks. Dominy flip fish back. I never heard that last night before fish banking. Fishburne so Back. Kuzma lineage of people who like to cook fish along with Larry Fishburne. She plays a chick Robin. And she's a drug dealer, and now I'm not saying drug dealers a bad I don't know knows an argument to be made for that move wherever you are whatever what that's not. We're GONNA talk about right now we'll talk about her role as being a drug dealer in this movie right here because what they want you to know, could they go out of their way because he's not a bad drug dealer they are the way to show you this. She's a good person why because? Why does anybody who has a harder goal? That does something? That's a legal? Why did they do it? Because my Mama Sake I just got to pay for her bills. Mama got the dog Venus. So. Slow as like. All right. All of these types I will say this the thing that impressed me. was how good all three of these main actors worden. In here. You know they were able because this is this is typical day rose above the material. This is typical comic book. Science Fiction Fair right here man and they rise above it. A lot of has to do with. I can't even tell that dialogue is silly not because they do such a good job at delivering in but I do know that they have some moments that dialogue feels real man. A Believe Dominic. Fish back is a newcomer. On the scene. and. She's a natural with everybody in here man this girl is. I was every time she was on I was like. I was Kinda mesmerized. She's really good. Well, she's got a great charisma, but she's also really good really convincing at playing a scared young girl. That's the that's the thing about it. She wasn't one of those people who is scrappy getaway and Sassy. Sassy you know when? When when a? When when Jamie Fox founder? She had one time to talk shit to him. Fuck you all right in the trunk you go. Locked up in there and there were moments where he brought out but he'd like look. I've been around. Don't don't tell them pull this bull show me. especially. When he's talking about how she's trying to Oh you drug dealing out there and his treats you woman. But when I put your ass in the car got you scared all you just a kid he's like no play that Shit with you you an adult when you were. Slinging thinking them drug beach has like an adult if you fuck around with me. On, tell we talked about. And that you saw and there are. No. You set a direction direction. Ranting with this. was just trying to make ends me I'm just a kid. Trying to do. Like girl I'm. GOING TO PUT HIS MOVIES That's one thing I didn't buy with this girl is not in high school I don't know how old she is, but she's not in high school. You any stories dealing you ain't no. Damn. Kid. that. You can't play in the home I'm just a child car. Okay. As Mega. Plus I WANNA buy some drugs. Her in. Jamie Foxx. A really good together man you're GonNa say, no, this is going to say they also out of the way not to make her annoying. Yeah, which is like so often they'll they'll have the kid they constantly get into trouble in. We gotTa Save The kid now she actually sheet again, which a lot more recent films are doing. She's competent and she actually adds to the group dynamic both in the dialogue between her and Jamie Fox and I'll still scored eleven is great. It's very, very fun but also just through her actions to she's actually helping the action goes along is that she's not detriment to what's happening. Great. Yeah are relate to this look. When I hold she is somebody say she's thirty is what? Wow I look. I'll tell you this not that she looks really young she looks young but she looks like she's in high school I'll give you that I never bought for a moment and keep pulling this shit. I thought that she was twenty three, twenty, four something like that. But when she first comes on, I, didn't think she was in high school and then they have her there but then other times I saw I was like she does look really young. Yeah. Maybe I'm nasty because I never bought dishes. Look young but I like Nah. I'm not buying. You know I mean I like this I can people just like all right whatever but yeah, I wouldn't. I didn't see this shit it off. I did a you know like like I say many they're good together the better and scenes like this where they actually being you know more dramatic scenes because eventually it goes to the whole formula. Then bonding you know they, they got the moments where you know Jamie Fox as the anti hero he's he's more hero than anti after while. She is not so scared anymore she she is actually endeared to him, and then they got the moments that you expect those cute moments in these movies where you know something happens that the audience got all that you know he's bringing out the father figure in her is where. He's given a hard time about a rapid. She wants to be a rapper odd. It's. It's a derivative scene, but it's a cool scene because those two just so good to get at least in my opinion you know what I think most time people don't want to do something because you're probably just whack at it if you wack to say you. Finding me. Word. I'm the top give me a word. Feline. Feeling. I'm about to make a beeline and every single accolade I'm go from Oh shit and goodwill will design. I'm. GonNa be rocking deal dion of see Eli maybe I meant selene billion really kaleen someone tell them other boys MC is come in no hobbies like did you just make up a word? Issue just say colleen. Do that I don't understand. On this in any way. But yeah man. I will Jamie, Fox I liked him but you disturbed the shit out of me in a certain point Oh. Really. Yeah. Man Because you know it was a point where he just gets psychotic. I. Love that. Yeah Yeah. I'm not saying is bad I. Just said God. 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It turns into more violent movie than you probably imagine it would be at the beginning. This I'm going. Yeah. The thing is I don't know if you're going to cover this later on what I was GonNa say like I love how they show that superheroes superpowers are terrified. Like. When you get it really is is randomized and you can get something really cool or oftentimes something fucking horrific that can affect you for the rest of your life they elected they showed the consequences of taking this pills like that's really cool. There's it's taken all it's all gone it's like there are. Horrific aftereffects. Yeah. This. A powers that physically scar you for life people who look like they know they got power but they like fucking Bacon. Yes Because so often it's like, Hey, you could take a pill that would give you this power. Would you goddamn right? I would like well, don't ask Shit because let us show you some things I. Yeah and then not to watch and you like yeah, would never do that. 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You always wonder what will happen next when somebody POPs appeal. It's almost kind of suspenseful in a way it is. They have that sound effect that did. She get all crystallized and everything, and you just wonder and Shit what's GonNa Happen next you fall apart are you going to be like some bad s avenger after then? They do a good job at. With somebody POPs appeal. And an powers kicking there's a lot of seeds they do a great job at immediately integrating into the action. took. Should get that bullet a fist. Shit I'm GonNa make the best this last Sunday it's. To. Do this. Whole time he's going to be that and when he got shot I was like did. You know. I'll tell you the power is a cool but most of them are just die rips off of a X. Men. They are they are rip offs of FS, the X. Men powers, but I liked it how they would showcase. Yeah. We see the the the the the the the grand version of those bars. How cool they would be also show detriment those powers are. Really fuck you up like they showcased like Wolverine ask powers, iceman powers like yet. That's terrifying. They have that real. Realism play a role in here and this was like, yeah, fuck that yeah no they do. You know that is no they. They. They had these powers where just messes up your body. Yup. These Powell. Yea It is and he'll. Do this still is almost like a David Kronenbourg ripple ex-man. Absolutely. This. Is What this is what Josh trank wanted to do a fantastic. This is what I think he wanted to do. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. No I think I wanNA make a Kronenbourg version of that film and. You know it was almost like, okay. You think this should. It's cool. What if people really did have X. men powers and they got they got the versions of the in there yes like. Oh Jaquez Wolverine in. rip-off. goddamn discount. No look nothing as cool as it really doesn't. It's like, yeah, it's Kinda lame. It'd be like them. fucking bowls come out of the. Closet. No. Out. How? Old. Like woolery cousin. Really does yeah and it shows. That power is not gonNA help if anything it looks it looks more painful and it can be easily used against you which I love that. They really do show like these powers actually in hindsight probably shouldn't even pop that pill. You made Far Worse for you? Yeah. This is the. This is like the knockoff action figure that you get. X. Men. Yes. This is the one where you find in Thailand. Avenger friendship. Tijuana Flea Market Yeah? Exactly. Spike man. I WANNA fucking Wolverine I, want this. You know but I mean still cool again, you know they might be knockoff Wolverine people but that's what makes us so cool is like all right yeah. A you want to make this more realistic than show that superpowers they hurt yeah. They they they. They look grotesque. Now you see how it looks like in these movies or in this comics. Now let's let's try to a different variation of those powers would be in this type of world. Yeah, exactly. I like that there's corny scenes in here that they didn't really But they they make Corny as they could. There's some scenes that caught me by surprise. This was actually a couple of them here the Commie by surprise there was A. Like the one where she gets up and starts rapping and class you know. In his. Teacher like this is this what you see in movies where like somebody you know with? The teacher, and of course, the the student. GETS ONE WON'T. Make me believe that you've got a shot. And I'll give you a see the year. Smoke this food. Precious on. The difference between a student and a teacher or one of them is going to others getting weaker is the criteria for you to be. Stuck on a whole. Get you some stinkers get new cakes. Brand. Get a life. Get a wife. Get a cheaper looking yellow ghetto white. On A. On roll lent years not up digging enterprise. These black people around. Yeah I feel like the energy for this insult. Did I just do. Jerry Kushner's terrify. His petrified can't even move who Just. missed. A. That that right. There was a scene that worked out whereas like all right. I ain't going xactly where I thought. It would go thought it was going to end up being real cheesy but. I kind of liked the way it caught me by surprise well established as a character is feeling about themselves, and now they grow throughout the rest of the movie. Yeah. Sounds like okay. I see what you're doing yeah. That's exactly what they did. Is it even when they resolve it, it's could have been something that was just kind of a you know some again derived a narrative trick, but it was it. It really reflected how that character defense putting it just so. Happens early, enough in the movie that kind of sets a tone. Yeah. Because if it had played out like it looked like it was going to probably have been watching this go on link. Okay. Exactly. I know this is going. Goddamn kids movie I'm watching them. fucking dangerous minds people. Excellent. That's That's an idea. Do Teach. Tonight. Used to call me. You can call me. Professor Acts. What did you think of Louisiana as a city? I thought they picked this because of the tax write offs. That's exactly. Set their like look typically, it's New York or La for eighty five percent of movies there. Maybe you might get Chicago AB, they'll mention Austin but if a movie set in Louisiana. New. Orleans. Because of tax write off. A lot of those now Yeah. Man because apparently they need people there I looked at this fucking like some a tag put some overtime. I was like Goddamn. Do People just let. They lead the tag is just show up and they just not give a shit I was impressed with some of the stuff that they did. That would be someplace that probably got abandoned during Katrina and never got built backup. Is like that. Yeah. It's a good point. I'll say think they use their sets rather than environments rather well, there's nothing like this looks this looks so cheap and it looks fine. Well, what I liked about it that it takes place in New Orleans and it's and it does take place in New Orleans. There's a lot of things like like there's a there's a saints game going on even kind of plays part of it so they're using environment is not just mentioned it. And it's just someplace where shooting yeah and and because architecture is so distinguishable. We can't not say this where we are but other than that. Fuck. Yeah. No I was looked like this not thought Dan you know. Because, it's not in the future you know. Like, not just poor maximum may imagine being a Location Scout and you stumble upon that place. Yeah. Yes. Like these people are literally living in graffiti. Like goddamn banks and went to work on his shit, right? It's like well, I thought that that was really cool though there's really cool I like they found I mean you know they. They made them look like low income areas but at least they made a real creative to thought that that was You know they there was a there was an artistic level to it. They're good settings for the action scenes they which for me personally is what works best about this phone yeah. Yeah. I'll tell you what I really liked man this again goes back to being personal to me. Finally, somebody giving some respect to churches chick rights. I never seen church's chicken featured a movie as always KFC's always Popeye's and it could have been papa as an issue I mean. Yeah. I was surprised not Popeye's but church's chicken must come in with a big Ben said listen we want this, we need the publicity. How much how much you want else Papa's was too much. Yeah. Papa Way, to modern churches. Drought, do ask what they want to be in the mood. Is what I grew up with and Waco. You've seen it. Yeah. There's a churches chicken right down the street from me. That's what I grew up on like Dan don't Houston. Yeah. Well, nobody give churches love man and they finally did finally did. Thank God middling. Churches him but sit. Hometown. Pride. Man. Well you know you got one of those hot church's chicken thighs and you bite into it and once you your teeth crack the bubble of. Of Batter is this a huge? Grease that goes burn down. I've got third degree burns my hair chicken crease from churches. Proud. and. You loved it. Yeah. Yeah. And went back the next day boy used to either churches everyday I might. Make just a knife full time six. Had had a while for a month. I worked at a black record company doing graphic design and they would bring us church's chicken for lunch every day. And at the end of the month when we got checks all bounced. Shape but my Chicken. That was your power. Chicken. Chicken. Mike's. Yes, he'll go here. Take Him. I got a force doing Waco we. wrapped. Trunk like they look. Let me see here. Among impressive the catfish gas. Yeah. Yeah. Henry. juiston Ariel Schulman. A Martin somebody like a Frat catfish place catfish king did this. Man. These guys they did they started the show catfish. They had that movie catfish, right? Right and that started to get into narrative features. A while back, I don't know if you remember that movie nerve movie nerve. Oh weight with. Franken. To nerve a game like truth or dare minus the truth watchers paid. Players play to win cash glory are you a launch or a player? Are you a watcher player? Are you a watcher playing? That was a that was an interesting movie until they got to the end. Yeah. No stupid as in and it was a again movie with a kind of a cool. Cool premise to play with right there. Guys. I was really kind impressed with what they did with this since I still associate them with more reality. TV, more reality filmmaking but. I watching this I'm GonNa go ahead and wrap this up and let you guys it. And now you you kind of hidden toys this last night when you texted me. You know this is A. I think that this is something. With a great premise. That does not the new with. You know beyond that it does not the new beyond the idea of again mashing up. Is, big fantastical story with something that's a little more gritty and realistic but it moves fast main actors. They do great like the the main actors do great with the material that they've given and. Most importantly man it's it's just a lot of fun I. Mean it's I want to say is great but it's it's it's really cool to watch as far as watching something is not too heavy I don't even with the dramatic scenes in here. I. Don't think this is taken herself all that. Seriously, it really is sticking to like look we know that this is kind of a far fetched idea. When the but we're not going to sit here and play it off. You know a lot of movies they sit appear and take these kinds of premises and they're like, well, you know it's kind of silly anyway. So either they take themselves way too seriously are they don't take it seriously enough at all. was enough ground where you have a premise where it's a lot of fun to watch. But you have a lot of people here who are taking their characters and a rose not overly seriously but they're respecting the material that they got enough to do their jobs well. You know. Like I said watching, this is mostly like watching people who turned to poke mind you know how they Are you go release them and how they're gonNA fight and all that kind of stuff. That's cool. I enjoyed this enough to give it a maddening. A lot of fun to me. But you guys take the compensation and direction that you want to know Gosh I don't have a whole lot to add to what you just said I agree with it quite quite a bit watching us. I was thinking back to something we saw not too long ago, which was code eight and I was like, yeah yes. Lot like code eight except just got a better. A bigger budget. And the the style of it is is better and action is impressive. Chris brought up several times and one of the big things is that it is it moves it doesn't give you a lot of time to sit there and think well, no if this works well, that's Kinda. Stupid it's just going and. Going I don't mean like it's it's breakneck pace. This is a movie that that doesn't slow down just but some of it just because of character interactions. And Yeah the the three leads really make this more than what it is because when you strip down, it's a bunch of ideas we've seen. Before and done yes. Yes. That this time it's done in a movie that has respect for the material and really knows what it's doing and by the time it's done it's like. I could watch another one of these. Yeah. It's it's it's open for maybe doing more even if even a line in there about that. But yeah, I thought now this is this is a good solid matinee. This is the kind of thing that makes me go. You know what? Maybe I don't need to go back to theater because it was in really high definition when I saw the colors are all really bright and. Yet really popped I was like, yeah, this is. We could do this. We can make it through this thing up anyway. Netflix I like this past year has been doing a good job of a lot of action thrillers. Like a couple months, which I thought was really fun so. Much like that movie like the characters were they were. Reports chemistry with the one. Can I thought it worked out well, but you really there for the action this is what the movie I think does Bassett showcasing does a lot of fun takes on all these familiar problems we've seen in various mediums whether it be the comics or TV shows or remove themselves horrific graphic way which I really did appreciate about that lot lot of body or if you like if you like science fiction horror especially with bureaus, this is for you I. Think you would you pick out of it you guys been saying the villains yeah. I can't remember any other names I just remember there action scenes that they were and they do some fun things with that but overall the personnel generic at. But thankfully, you have your three leads the one thing I will say because I thought like Jason. The actress who plays Robin. And Jamie Foxx lead good job. But I think that Jessica his his his. Plot kind of gets lost and we'll point the film goes away for a big deal. He's in the beginning man you. Can write about that. Look I was like in the movie i WanNa pull that Shit. Okay. Those one of those things where like when you say movie that you don't like in something doesn't come around wild like an a character shows back like Oh yeah I forgot he was in. Yeah. Because that's like I guess he's A big role maybe it'll come back back in the middle and he has like a couple of scenes. There's one comedic scene with Robin's mother. Starts his move. It really does and then lenny you like this movie Jamie Fox and come into like what fifteen minutes twenty minutes it takes. Time for him to come back in but then it's very much his moved along with the actress who played Robin. And eventually when they aren't screening, they are fun. They do have a really good good dynamic but that's the one big thing about the leads. Bob and I would have liked to seen more of Joseph because he's a great actor and honestly I mean he's in so few things nowadays I kind of liked him in this think about his accent nece it goes out. Look at first like he didn't I thought. Okay. Because he's not doing it doesn't matter. I mean didn't have a New Orleans. Accent and he does and he had like a country accident some points like just typical proto southern accent and it looks like. It's funny because you go to New Orleans and accents do very yeah. But they don't like the same person does it vary that access drops out his shops out? I look I'm glad he's getting more mature I'm glad that he's a little boy. It was a listen man I have I have I call them the the little boy. Because he's just I mean he he's aging very well, but he always looks so young to me when you see him in these scenes and he's trying to be like, no, I'm like I'm a thirty five year old Manson. Posture. Like a bad ass but he's still kind of super slim and. That's one thing you look. I don't WanNa talk bad about the he's GonNa Actor is great actor. But his his. His fucking accident is float like you've got flooded. There's a moment where he does have some agents. So well, he looks good and it doesn't. He's pointing a gun at somebody's like she young man I'm like which one? Young Man who? Maybe, talking about downhill by. He's adorable. Your Daddy's. The thankful. He does a good enough job where I get him Jamie Fox and the expert Robin on screen. There are a lot of fun. So yeah. You guys said it's a really fun matinee. It doesn't need to be leaders because some people I know on social media saying I wish is in the theaters and you know it's like it didn't really need to be I think it's perfect where it is I I've seen lesser movies in this in the theater even like genre movies so it could have been, but it's fine watching it. It is I mean I. Don't know we just get used to it. I like this and I thought, yeah, I'll probably if I've seen this in a theater, I, probably would have said. Exactly, what you're saying look I could've watch us at home. This feels like more streaming quality but I had them the fund where I didn't feel like I regretted being here. So I would have given us probably still like a low matinee rental but It netflix's really has turned around, and this is like the third. Property the NETFLIX's put up whereas like, okay. Let's just don't mess around with Superhero Genre and just yeah and just. Kind of make that. All place to go along category. Listen. We know what you guys are into your into superheroes and. And it's black things popular right now. So he stuff et. Black Super. Shit. But you know like recently They're able to do what you can't see, and this is what I'm GonNa. Say this and this is almost another argument. Maybe. We should have this at another time Guam talking about. NETFLIX's is. Really, doing something with the superhero genre movies could not do our refusing to. NETFLIX's coming out here and make in The making radar. Are. More doping superhero content enable to play around with different things at studios might not want to mess with able to put in A. More. characters of colored able to play with sexuality One of the things that we just saw that we also thought was pretty good was Charlene, Darren in in the old guard. These extraordinary individuals. are extremely resistant to capture. You know like they had a gay couple net played a major role It's very gory. Same Way with a we just talked about it same way with the umbrella Kathy, you know we we saw this kind of like, wow, you know they're able to play with these themes in able to end the most important thing is. They, all of these have to deal with. All these people saying. Superpower suck yeah. All these most of them are just kind of like a fucking hate this scary. Yeah. Just kill me but yeah, all those things are good whether their series of whether the movies and I'm glad that Netflix's. Everybody's talking about the starting to hate superhero movies. It's starting to get tired of it. because. I Love Marvel. But you see a marvel kind of I mean, look marble is. There the Disneyworld of Superhero movies right? I mean they'd know you're going to get. That's what you're GONNA get Netflix's taken it to another level where able to do interesting things. With that I mean I'm not GonNa say we don't need theaters but this is why I'm saying I need to go the fucking theater right now I'm happy where I? Wash drinking. Chris Shitty Beer. Messed with no, you loud just messing messing with I really am. Chris take this incredible cross. My hip. I no. Last night I was drinking beer with my wife and watching this uneven. She was just kind of like it was great watching watched it. Where do you watch it at home with me and it was great watching at home with her because she got a little. And then I had to like drop home after theater talking about. But that was some stupid shit. Always, got dumb was. been mellowed out at home watching this man. So yeah, it's good. So yeah I really think Netflix's is doing a great thing with the able to play with a lot of things but really been going on on a big limit these superhero promise auto not trying to sell backpacks with them. Yes. Yeah. That is true. That is very true. Just the movie speak for itself. So I, agree. Point. Yes. Oh yeah man. Because I. Don't think it's going to be a waste of time to watch this. This is now it's just going there with the idea of having fun. You'll have a good time. All right. Tell you what we do. Let's go ahead. In let me see. Let's go. Real quick commercial break. We'll. Be. Back. To talk about music. And Talk about, how Music Oh, let me go ahead in refreshed this and talk about. The big controversy with music. You know certain people do saying about six. Booze now he's Horny as musicians at Tom by fucking all the time. What happened to love what happened to creativity what happened to the music? We'll talk about that. Right. After this. Out. You brought some good points man with that. Thanks. Bishop. Joseph aiming to think about that man. Baby boy. Do He's adorable hold. Older. than. Oh look. Little. Boys Mad. Let's see here. Let's go ahead and. Take a quick. Email. 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But the whole mentioning all these other famous people have done it and it was like, what's the point us for this fully for them I, mean unless the people out there want to see it you know and if we want if you want to see it, I'll do it but I just. Think, you want want to see it and then once it happens you're over? Yeah he is lashing the Pan Yeah, I don't WanNa, take like I'm all for doing stuff that people wanna see but I wanted to go to crazy but. Somebody said track for the twenty-five Stream. You mean the twelve ashram suit you try to do. The last six hours spent at the hospital. Yeah. On the toilet I'll tell you. I'll try a little bit of it if you want to for maybe a stream twelve hours from maybe just a little bit but I'll be near the end. Said last try some way to had always shitting so hard the next day. As. Just hurting. But I'm just not into doing stuff that people already do but you know what? I don't I don't mind try IT IF PEOPLE WANNA see it if we need to fill time something like a like a like a unique stream like the twelve hours dream is. The juice the the. Catfish guys a direct, a paranormal activity three and four Oh. Yeah that's right. I forgot about three the. which I don't think that it's the origin what? You think about the Mexican. Yeah I don't think did that. They did the. Did the PREQUEL and it was the one with the. The the X. Box. I. What the Fuck don't talk about. It was the connect. Expert connect. The hunt to connect. That's right. That's right. His movies with. was stupid but they made a lot of money and somebody was smart. All, right guys. School he didn't get into this. Right here so we can. Get on Outta here. I got a date with Patrick. Gert sow no. Now he wants to watch some bad shit. You know what it is I think it's A. Yeah, I. Think. It's a basketball team made up a dwarfs that play with Dennis Rodman Jesus. Doors. That's new thing. He you know how it goes into. Phases. Successful As you. Go answer the door would choose on his knees. Don't give them the idea. To Stop Salter appropriation. Patrick. Stopping. Somebody I'm sorry what? As him. All right folks. So I got an email somebody Wanna follow up to something that we talked about last week I. Believe it was last. Tuesday talked about it with you and bill. And it says here. Hey acorn crew. This is for anyone who has an opinion but. Specifically. For Court. For you said you. Looked into the. Cardi B.. Controversies. You would look into the Cardi B. Controversy some more to have a more informed opinion. Did you do that and if so what is your opinion? Now lurker who was always watching? Jamaica. Jamaica but that's Jamaica. Jamaica. Now With this right here. Okay so The simple acid you question to. Follow up with this no I I kind of talked about it forgot about. It was mostly I. Just kind of forgot about it after I talked about you know that's a call a day. Then nobody cares what have to say but apparently you did. But the reason why I got brought back up is because we had some friends over on Friday night. Carl, Michelle. Came over Friday they brought dinner. We have some drinks and then somehow this whole Cardi B. thing got brought up in the just to. Refresh you on what happened last week. So somebody else has sent an email talking about you know do you think this controversy about Cardi B.'s latest song and music video you'd think there's Really married to do you think there's something that that much of a big deal with people need to start talking so the video. Itself is. You know a little bit a little bit risque. But probably I, it's the the name of the song that got everybody know your car to be fan you've heard a wop wop I have heard of weapons you know upstairs for Bush yes. Sir You sound just like I guess you. Don't even fuck. With me? Put some bass it rains. Gravel. mcgruff the crime dog and I practice a little bit before I came on because I knew was going to mention I said. Excuse me with. Christian Bale? Him. Batman. You had a little bit of, yeah. You had a little bit of a swag with. Damn. All right. Somebody put up the best signal tonight. Until you not a white people with the same. We have some differences you do thanks I just saw now. Let me please. But yeah man. In the video people are saying, Hey, you know something. I get the music. Video video credit for the creative visuals but those those. Clean version right here. Those lyrics just that's just too much technical by. Make a stream pundit, Myskina? I. Don't Cook I don't clean. Gobble me swallow me trip down meek will. Of, me put it never tell them well. Down on a have an I. Even, the clean lyrics just insinuated too much sex that is sex. Oh. What happened to the days? When music used to be pure used to be about love just fucking. It used to be about creativity when people just didn't saying about the body parts nasty things but actually put some imagination into it even when it was sort of hinting s sexuality. People were still. They were still being creative about it. Class People say. Isn't. So. Last week this came back up because we started talking. Somehow Cardi B. Megan deed stallion got brought back up, and we started talking about this song start talking about his music video and it's all about music, and then as we start to talk about and started like saying, well, you know something a what I started really trying to be fair and think about it like you know. Not only has this been going on. Forever, pretty much but. This is also something where it ain't. It is nothing new. And maybe I don't know there's a lot of arguments to be made that maybe maybe this is only catching on because of a few things like technology in. Because it's a female. And I'm not gonNA argue some feminists thing for Like you hear a lot of other people talking about but I mean really this. 'cause this has been going on a long time with all types of people from all different genres, mall different backgrounds. I I'll say this while we're all. Gasping. Clutching our air pearls. While, we talk about Cardi B. Rapid about hope of Jonah. Dues. been. Bragging about their dicks for years. Music and a lot of other places dues been bragging about this sexual prowess. Which is why maybe I'm not sure I 'cause I'm not shocked because that was the that's how it came up like all these people so surprised and shocked and people like it's not my thing when I listen this is not really The songs with sexual lyrics and whatnot have never been my main thing in any sense run up. In a But. As far as being shocked shocked about it. I'm thinking about all kind of I mean this has been in hip hop for the longest time. If anybody says hip hop as misogynistic no because there's all kinds of hip hop out there. There's been all kinds of rap is even fucking nerd corps out there. You know it's been honest. People rap about bidault game. So it was not that, but you know a lot of stuff that ends up in controversy and ends up. In the crosshairs of politicians because I think about two live crew to crew back in the day you know. They were you know people would look to lock crew for the longest time to lot crew got caught up a the news because you know. There's always a little more mainstream some politicians caught it, and then they want to censor music. I love that that you had. You've never heard of that back in the day of course. Yeah. Yeah, every every. Culture phenomena, you're not taking that sample from a full metal jacket. Misano I. I went mainstream used to love that man used to love that back in the day you know but again. This got caught up because of a censorship case with them. They're music was just seemed to profane. But you know, we say if you go through hip hop, you'll see all kind of clean hip hop dirty hip hop political hip hop fund hip hop. Whatever man you know will Smith was considered to be the you know the family friendly do of of hip hop him in Dj Jazzy Jeff. But as far as nasty hip hop goes I mean that's been part of the fucking scene for forever. I remember. In. High School man too short. Why does air? What is there about turning the Dacia Pale? Dating invasion feel. That Song Freaky Tales, and now with something I, remember just off my friends in high school. It was a big thing with them. I remember being I remember being an because one of the biggest things I remember with this dirty song. This is. Tells it on freaking necessarily do I remember being in a my first in basic training? In seeing some at. When some of the guys broke out in a singing to shaw maybe just as blond Aryan. fucking German looking do just like right there with him just love initiate. So you know everybody was listening to this stuff back in the day man. When was. Off. Nasty get with this because it gets whole lot worse after that like I said, that is something that when I was in high school early and because it was. Everybody was into it. I loved it. You know I mean, it's not anything new. Today. You gotTA pull random example because we could go ever. We could go like you know days talking about examples of all this stuff. From everywhere. But you can go for days talking about this. I'm just pulling up random examples that I could just came off the top of my head I just threw out there. In about familiar with the GUY ECON artists ECON. Has An artist. Single Liza A. Background. And This was about to bill conduct. He's about he's he's making a city call a city. Yeah, he's going to Africa in building. To challenge he's black. He's like he's he's going to build a city based on crypto currency. Oh. Yeah. It's. He recently gone to little controversy because he was titled. American. Music you. Know you know what you guys your problem is You you. You'd think about Labor too much forget about slavery and you'll be you'll be fine. Now that's not the argument will make air saying is the brother he's he's doing something he's he's doing big things. And you know. In the news for doing of big centers. And let nobody jumped on him for. Before. His songs before this I mean he had know before this whole thing came up with him building Kanda he he He had a son that was very straight for the title song was unlikely no girl you know I wanNA. I WANNA. Get with you girl I. WanNa Rock with you girl I WANNA fuck you. S is that is that is the title I. Know You see me again that you. Know. Song popular son you guys probably because I heard this song all the time being. Heard this song all the time out and Y'all have to. And this song is on there and nobody raised by AK- tell somebody straight for I wanNA fuck you. I'm not granted. Didn't have all the images that maybe Cardi B. Head and made it even have all the kind of the explicit lyrics but I mean come on. You know nobody says shit when that came out. But his thing people really stopped using hip hop as a scapegoat because that's what it comes down to to. A lot of people see hip hop and hip hop has always had this image of being violent of always at his image misogynistic of always had this image of being. Anti American and maybe some of that maybe something that you have a case for but that's that's not all a hip hop. First of all an not all of hip hop is it's not just hip hop doing all of these sexually explicit lyrics. In when women do it, you know all of a sudden people start looking at them but fuck man. This is off and all kinds of genres, ball kind of artists, some artists who were huge out there prince Prince Naseem. Man. Ship one of my favorite songs from a masterpiece of an album. Purple Rain Darling? Nikki. Look ain't exactly. Cardi B. Whereas Pussy saw but it's pretty hey, look. There's no confusion what the song is about. You know. Nick want to grind. It Prince Prince made songs that were just straightforward about sexual ex. I mean, yeah, you know. Yeah that was that's pretty straightforward A. Hotel Lobby masturbating with a magazine you know as a kid I thought that she was using them. I noticed just looking at the magazine as dirty. My mind is, but press had a album dirty minds. He's on. Fucking Thong. BANDANNA around his little happy trail. GOT THAT HAMBURGER MEAT And he he made songs. They will again more straightforward than Nikki head. which was about getting giving some head. Non. In. Its oil sex in it and I mean this has been going on for a while man. Madonna Madonna made a book in the nineties. I. Wanted Wants to talk about Cardi B. Madonna made a book called six. Back, in the day. In you know with our images just image is way more explicit. Been Cardi B.. Ever was. I mean her fucking Robbie Van Winkle. Even. Look. Vanilla Zinedine and got the best reputation until the truth but it did. All year I hit this Shit's I mean. She she put. If you look at that book I mean is extremely sexual. Madonna was way before Cardi. B. was out there. You know what I'm saying yeah. You know the. On subject of Nasty Nasty Women. Of, music. And I think you know people look at Cardi? B.. Because it's probably you know slight race thing to it but. I don't know if you've heard that you're another artists called patients now. You probably heard some peaches is a is a is a is a white female rapper. I remember hearing her songs in in a couple of movies. And she just laid it out there. You know where? At least Cardi B.. Made an acronym at out of her Nasty Shit Web. Peaches. Peaches has made a song called fuck the pain away. Damn Oh. Okay. And Told you how to do it in the song? Sucking city stuff you wanted me calling me all the time I'm. Chrissy manage. It gets a little more explicit from there. We're talking about fifteen years ago. It when exactly hidden. All right. Let's not forget the dudes out there who are not in hip hop also. Trent Resin saying into thousands of fans the way he wants to have sex with them. Fuck off with this Oh, my God Cardi B.'s Nast, and get the fuck out. This shit has been part of the sex has been part of American culture. We Sell Shit with it. You know it's been we get a title, but we sell a lot of things with and. We. It has been such a huge part of the musical landscape in all cases for years. Let's not forget the people that actually just. Just insinuate I mean you know we again we come by thousands of songs out there. That, a insinuate sexuality. In their. Music you know I'm just. Random examples you know the band Primus prime has made a song you know. I mean. They had their own kind of Oh. Oh, they ain't going on. It wasn't as explicit as a as as Cardi B.. But you know you ever known as Big Brown Beaver S. Wind was GONNA big leverage. All friend. Know that even benefits. With. Admiral. and NASA. Me Talking about how bad a woman's Vagina Smith. You that's Known as Big Brown beaver. All dishes sex is always been initiated. Last thing I'll tell you right here. And it goes way back. Way Back the blues and country it all the time. I remember when I was working at studio Goo a whole CD of nothing but nasty blue songs. This. Is from a donate Bo. Carter is a song co war my Weiner. Again. Mom. Called me read. Right calls. I've done it. I'm not offended by. That song. All right. Next to you. But you know people. Walk. Goofy. Honestly everything's just goofy. Of course, it's goofy man I mean Sassy questions and Meka this is what the pulled his because I just kind of one latest ray now on our in right here. This. is nothing new man. None of this is new. You've seen all this sex is been a music in every rolling stones. Made Music with lyrics at insinuated sex. I want you know I wanNA, share my Nella sonning show my cream with cream with me and you know. She's has been out there all the time I think. You Know Maybe A. Small Raisin in female thing may have something to do with this but I think on the biggest things with this is then. Just. WEAP- Cardi B. saw could easily come out. Years ago. I mean you've had songs we talked about the girl who you're at the song, my neck, my crack. Pushed the A. My back on. My Back My. Grandma. Donuts fucking years man the sun came out years ago only differences is that you would have had a clean radio edit of this when it went popular in maybe maybe somebody would have got mad about it but it ain't nothing new man. The difference is what's new today is that the Internet is making the dirty version so accessible. Everyone has a social media account. Everyone wants to have an opinion that's why you have. Conservative. Commentators like Ben Shapiro coming. This is this is the big story that's being. Broadcasted right. Now, I'm going to share my opinion on and I'm going to give the conservative point of view on and that's why the. Rates? So that's an excellent point. All right. He shouldn't even have known about the song. Yeah Yeah people put up there. You know skeet scheme. You know. You're a bunch of songs just like I said I can only put up a few example maybe you could go for days pulling up examples of this, Shit. For days. Yeah Go back to Elvis. Presley. I mean people that he was originally controversial. Walking thrust in everything I on on stage no, it's. It's always been been around kind of my personal opinion on it I. I speak from the point of ignorance 'cause I don't know that much about music but for me like older songs that you showcase kind of goofy. Under. offended by them or they think they're controversial honestly just like I think this kind of humorous. Maybe. It's like the singer or the writer they're taking this seriously. But when I hear these lyrics as I can't help but just kind of snicker about the whole. He's GonNa ridiculous to me go into going to rap rock blues country a lot of things in between you're gonNA find all this shit was a has been out there from long time Klan Shit right now. Nasty, Girl. Written Prenton. Casteel. He's ten. Star specific. STIEG. You Know Mariner. Remember this from Beverly Hills Cop also remember. The he was at a strip club. Came in that's when the guy the trench coat. Okay Nasty girl in the background. Yeah man chat pulling up all this stuff. Was From the window to the wall. To sweat drops off mob boss. Modeling I have not heard any of these classics I'm you've heard that. I've heard that lyric yeah yeah yeah man. In what was just more accessible, the dirty version of something in and made a great point it's more and when is that accessible is going to be available to more people more people gonNA start talking about it because people can either either maybe people really are offended or they just it in a way they never would see it. You know usually the stuff was kind of it. Was it was kind of underground insulated from people and it was hard to talk about because the only things like especially like doing all the things that you brought up which I mean everything from like the nineties back like Yale. The only thing you really had was radio and television and not everyone can have their own TV show now not everyone can have their own radio show like. The the the public, they had a tough time speaking their minds on this said had these specific public figures that did and that's why didn't proliferate. That's why I think a lot of these things. You had your controversial moments where people weren't able to be really offended or defend it as much as they wanted to. But yeah, that's that's why now you have something like this where it's been going on for decades upon decades. Now, this this this thing reason it's the it's the most controversial thing right now get well. So yeah. Yeah. Insinuating sex. Even singing about it, but it was it's always been a thing of how close can I get to the line of clothes. To weap-. It's not only stepping over the line and its way almost on the other side. It's so in your face and yeah, you saying that's the that's the dirty version and there's a clean edit. It's getting seen you Chris brings up it's something that's been talked about and as a snowball effect if a bunch of people talking about it, then more people go. Oh, what are they talking about talk about it too and it just spreads. I mean. You know I mean what you say about race and sexism especially sexism that probably plays a part in it. It's just so many of the examples you gave those songs that if you took the lyrics out, you'd still have a song that you WanNa dance and Groove to and lot of times people will be dances something not even paying attention to lyrics with rap. It's so stripped down the beat is so repetitive that you almost have no choice but to. But the focus on the lyrics well. I'll say what? I would say that to a certain area I think the I think the it's not any more stripped down than like a place that that that too short saw. Room we. I would even say. 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Forget the saw it's like what what they're actually show caissons that honestly with the visuals it, it works fine because there's enough distractions. Yeah. Exactly. Just listening to it as like, Oh okay and then just. Putting it out there. Okay mean that which is fine like I'm not bothered by show show your body's He'd be my guess look good. I'm not. I haven't always been a big fan of Just a very overt sexual lyrics man you know and they've been put out there you know. Yeah I haven't. But that's that's me man. You know I mean I'm not offended by this at all. In fact, like I said at one point I used to it would want to Tucson listen to where I was like the WHO am I to criticize Shit I don't I don't care and I think it's hypocritical for anybody to come in and try to focus on this when initiatives been out there like I said man, you know in some form or another, there's going to be something comparable. This is just what it is at the moment. Yes, just. Hot Topic Right now it's Not The moment right now man it's Yeah IT'S A. Non. Issue Really. But people talking about in s my pain on it. We all showed our opinion on this. You know I hear what you're saying with the beat to hear what you know. But yeah. But then again, you talking to me with my Nastase mouth. I have never been won that really care about using words. For Censoring Yourself Censor Myself I I'd that slow this. Maybe I'm the wrong person to comment on this. To the only person I'm concerned about right now is Ben Shapiro's wife. That's the only person scary. This UK she's like, what did you do? Just stay in your lane. Lane Buddy. Know. About. Jesus. Let me big fan the guy, but I'm trying to help. I don't know man. I don't know how you feel about this man. Good Yeah. Thanks for sharing some the videos. Yeah. Not Everybody's saying but what do you think about this man? That's fine. must of my horny and say you know he's Julian he's A. As he confessed. Julius they that a? 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Yeah boy dropping everything somebody saying that said. Favorite one. Oh. So we? We say this all black westworld. Breakdown. Awesome. Okay. So this Is Like you can't be on this show bursitis shoulder everything has to be this. It gets to a point where. Actual black robot comes out. Also things I'll put the choreography function. Shen. Also. What? It is. Turpin. Make it up as you go. Out figured out what? Else Shit. Came over his own feedback. Unique. Unique. All right could. Definitely. Goddamn oats in there. You go somebody's Chappie. became nailed it nailed it. Right. Get outta here man let's do one more break before we do. And Let me see. Let me say thank you for putting that in their. Ryan. Walter. Son He's on it. Damn right I am somebody. To tell them. Yeah. You never seen that before Hon I thought you singing that. Because I hadn't seen it. And we just. got turned out black cards. Man I thought everytime you think you've seen everything like, no yeah. The No Boney m the no James Brown's future shopping. It did not wonder how long that lasted three seasons three CS three season. Yeah. That's right. Man. Guess we talked about that more than one thought. We did deep dive. A put that up on Youtube and. She was talking about. Doing well yeah. Oh, good. Yeah. Debates. Oh Gotcha Gotcha Gotcha Gotcha. Let's see here. All right folks. Bad Screaming. Let's see. All right guys. Let's go ahead and. do his email. Will be on. Our Way Out. Had A. Great Time Today but. Stick around for just a little bit more, we'll be right back after this. Right is last email we're going to do. Not. Let me see. John Lomax says, great show tonight. Thank you. I want to rip off what your discussion worse tonight regarding different genres. Do you want that beard by the way? You know no beer. No. Be Left behind. I can't take tastes number, sourness and salt. See San. sourness. Different. Pellet A. HE SAYS I want to rip off what you discussion tonight regarding different genres having sexual themes come across a real shitty quote on quote metal ban recently build cycle sexual. Is basically a super shitty sex theme. WanNa be slipknot aloe slipknot by the way check them below the shit is cringe as fuck. All right I'll take a look. As Super Bad. Gun here. Won't try those cherries now. Try Yours. What Dollar Ninety Nine Per Chair. Oh my God. Keno titties there. Yeah. Can't. Yeah. I was going to say we're GONNA play this on sight unseen Let me see. Let me say I don't see nothing. Flash. Me See. Over. Let them. Oh. No fucking you elect to several. Okay. So you all that. And Lisa Carter being got some do stabbing himself arms. sado-masochism. Rice right where you think you've seen it all. Crazy she always some crazy out there. who? Red So for animation. From you know why, Hey Corey I'm sending you this link about this new Karen Foolishness. Hope you find a hilarious. We I would watch videos maybe we'll save it for tomorrow. For the foolishness that we have going on which I think you send it for that. We'll do that tomorrow. Oh. Awesome. So many emails. See what is a course and she was talking about music tonight thought you would like this song if you haven't heard of it yet. How you are, of course, theme Song Trust this. Trust. This you know now you've got me curious. To Rail. I know but I have to go in. Anyway tragedies. Throw. I. About. We go have. taught me up. Yeah, I can. See that. You are correct. Sir. Was At band. Toby toby getting. Last, night. Shawn's the Jake. There's another videos miles. Video? No. No. Question Cuny. Giovanni we'll do my young my dead next time we'RE GETTING OUT HERE Let's see. In Chris. You're man is back. WHO's who? Lo- von training or whatever. You. Know who the Renzo. Okay. Now, I have a new. Piece of artwork or something. Yeah. Okay. Cool. Things I don't know why he. Let me drive like this man i. Understand. Why A beer sometimes you don't. Every episode I sometimes. On this episode at least on this picture you say you shaved okay. That's here. It is from Lorenzo Day draw pictures of us all the time. Here you go she UC Hermit Choosy Herman May. White Gamer syrup blackberry fruit punch juice. Chorus. toasty chips cat daddy flavor, and so there you go. Get your own picture on the me. I'll tell you. GotTa. Lately. Come on that's to joins and. That is a lot. That tax. Especially these detailed. ME. You got you man. I. Continued look right. Why gamer boy. All right. Go folks. that is that. Don't get on Outta here now. Going out of here now. The. Looking at all things giving us, we'll save these questions from next time. All right guys we OUTTA here. Thank you so much. Appreciate it. You know what Martin is A. I'm not the fuck. This is it says. Oh video questioned. The. Brown. Okay. I didn't know what this was. I didn't get it at first but demonte Brian has a video question just for you. Martin. We'll let him answer that I'll let you that rather. Let's see. Let's go and play his video. Monty Brown handsome to. Jesus. You should be so honored s to have a question asked by such a handsome man caught an row frame. He's a handsome, the crowd. Back it up. Back, up whoop backing up. Martyrs for you. Okay. Okay. See I determined sound. You Go Martin don't think it's worse now. You. Hey crews going on at a question mainly for Martin it'll probably be the last time I asked him about the show unless he hasn't finished yet but I wanted to know what he thought about the second half of the final season of reasons of shield. I personally thought it was really good like the rest of the season was my personal favorite episode was the groundhogs day one I thought it was pretty well done. Got Some pretty philosophical stuff at the end there. Actually had me tearing up surprisingly I and I really liked absol- specially after watching Palm Springs. I thought the rest of the season balanced comedy and drama pretty well, I like the addition of the character from Asian Carter Dang, of Susa, he did pretty good job. I did not like Bill Paxton son playing a young version of him. Unfortunately, it was a good gesture to get him but got somebody else even though he had his dad's works. I think that. The. References to. Giving away spoilers but. Less. I've I've watched everything except the last episode which I it occurred to me it's like Oh wait this is the series finale. and. I'd started it but then was like, oh, I gotta go do something. Meant to finish it today and yeah Devante, I agree with what you said I did enjoy the season. Every season. Of agents of shield, it starts out and I started out going like, yeah. I don't know about this show and then about three or four episodes and I'm like, no, no no I'm I'm digging it. It's. It's good. You know they're they're being creative have the only thing in it so that I hadn't liked was. Just. Some trope stuff where. People who have powers who just stand there and let themselves get. You you know you've got this and you have a minutes looking at you coming at you fucking blast on before they even have a chance to do something. But just you know you stand there and almost trade punches and then somebody ends up getting killed and there's a bunch of angst over that. It's like Jesus. Do we have to do this every time but there's so much going on and I'm looking forward to watching the the final season. Okay. Are they still episode? Are they still like actively attempting to connect it to the films or they just doing their own thing at this now this like in the first season you you've got. Soldier Connections Yeah Winter Soldier Connection. I do like they. Did they mention the snap because I think that was one of. The whole thing they brought them in a lot. I know they played into the but with the snap they didn't okay I think they weren't even allowed to know. Only, because I read this, they do. Hint at something. Yeah. They the last episode. I'm not going to say what it is. Almost spoil it for anybody and I haven't watched us all that much. But I did read like, okay they mentioned something that could tie it to the original. But. I can't but he has. A point where they gave up on really connecting it. To mention that. You've got a bunch. Yes. All right. Well, there you go. Nice veto question. Thank you for the wrong answer. March That it was very, very nice. All right. Tired of you top you to go loved you when you got here now. You'd go home. Done SCOTTSD- Yes down with you. What I've enjoyed look at this got to get my my Uppity Negro Brand of cherries. You Can Photoshop label. Didn't. Have Time. Give it time. You know what I tell you what? GET SOMEBODY TO DO Photoshop a Uppity Negro Cherries. Georgia. Let's see here? Okay. Good night. Yeah. Not Sweet. Just left to rail. Good Nights are the Glucose Guy. David Madison. Ma Son Julian. 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THE SUNDAY SERVICE - 01-12-2020

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THE SUNDAY SERVICE - 01-12-2020

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She's like his code in here and I was. We're GONNA cold in here and then one day I gotta sit pass to cool breeze recall. Her Coleman traumatize man. She put it in my head now. Oh I was by. We even got. We even argued the over. How cold it wasn't your goal is not wouldn't be at all what being a pussy and then I'll be there next? Yes yes he did bad doing oil nights. He's siphoning off your freezing wishy stirring TB. The fall like snow. Doing today was good. It was good job. got a good sermon for everybody out there today. Today we got a lot of announcements There's a lot of interviews that are coming uh-huh and I'm looking forward to the more even more it's just gonNA turn to an interview channel Man. He's gone half of it. It looked like last wore my ass out in on what's supposed posed. I don't even have days off now. I got half day offs half days off. Whatever have they all have mornings and early afternoons off? Yeah so now. I'm coming here to do these interviews. I did interview on Thursday and Friday. Cool people though real cool and man We'll tell you about those and little bit. The director Klaus was amazing. Yeah real cool. You couldn't shut him up. No language barrier no not at all not at all in fact he was like he he was like a man U s Spain. The ADEMIR Director Director of that movie Klaus on Netflix and we interviewed him. He was real cool man. Real real cool guy. But I said you couldn't shut them up in the best way yeah Yeah because his assistant he may coming in bombing us go the fuck out. uh-huh no he cannot. He kept going man. It was fascinating and then the the girl we had on Friday. You'll probably have heard about it. But you probably hear about to hear about a one day Sam Sawyer real cool girl man real real friendly grow sweet girl man. She was just a real pleasure to talk. Talk to you tell. She was grateful for the interview. But we got some big names coming up pretty soon or at least recognizable things for you are interesting things. I've been building up for another reason season finding that we happen to connect in this way with these interviews. Neil Breen don't put it on my own. He was. I'm tired now but now's got to just watch knuckle behind him a new brain that he was confused. The fuck fuck. Is this breed. How you're doing today? Let me go get started now. How y'all doing both my babies in the chest though jeet set in that new a new chair chats a tat tat's was going on? I mean holidays off a little bit. AMC Joe I Mari Thomas The candidate you want offices Goddamn pictures you could sell professional Ashley. Don't take so few pictures. But when you do find a fight back on that ASS. I'm Martin Thomas this. I approved this message to November primarily state Alderman's Host family future us all to answer bone bone. Hit our. What is trying to do it every day? A given sole twenty headquar. Hey Hi how are you doing happy to be here man. I got a whole bunch emotes need to put an air for you. aww stockpiled you got the one that we that we discovered our stream people wanted which one is on the dose that one dunce dunce Cap. Kevin kept you this dunce cap right here and make it happen. Look I'll put it right in front of streets you get high. Quality rate is not an accurate. No near you go back and you can put me behind. Yeah you don't once you brought this Shit Oh yourself you have no one to blame you very popular one. It would be. They got the dude from. Let me see Oh Kevin having king made a he made another one too. Okay yeah he made A. He made it. He made a good one. Let me just as new content chat if you subscribe. Yep Yep let me see which prime or four ninety nine let me see you can find the Where is it all? Let me see if I can find the because as a good one out there. Man That that people I think love let me see there. It is he People that share posts and all the ones you have right now I see good variety of them too. They're all very different from each other. The Good Hope get sued for this because this is the this is the new one that That Kevin King may try to put. I can't do in the middle of the show but I try to put it up. It doesn't Luna Kevin King May off. He made the black. I'm black I'm black cop from blunt most attention. That actor has gotten in decades fucking around. I'll make an email out of you. Right Presidential Martineau I'm sure they will you already pop-up man look at all these memes that they're ready to make a you presidential Thomas but we got a lot of stuff to nasty out today but on top of that GonNa talk about this whole thing with Prince Harry Megan Mark Thank you for the subscription who is a jazzy groot. How you doing? Thank you for the subscription. You always sit. I see you man Dan all the time here supporting us and I appreciate them. We'll tell you all about all these. Subscriptions are important right now. I'm a level which I won't be serious with you and a little level level up with the turn out the lights but spot on you if I could just have a serious moment of time. This is not a joking matter. But I'M GONNA. I'm won't be Lama level with it. I'm GONNA be serious. Let me say dime black cop for president. I agree I love. That man is funny to do. What you said is the first time he's got this much attention to what you notice him? He didn't and he didn't touch him at all. No you didn't touch them at the top of the he didn't touch him but notice everything else fell apart. He's still together though mistake and just looking at right now. The Ark of the blade went down the other show and even hit that shoulder. Hey No continuity director. You know what Abe is planning maybe Made US do was the neutering the Baltimore I never get enough of that. That's why I love these bad mood. We'd never get enough of it. got a lot of stuff happening. Thank you guys for being here. We'll talk about this Prince Meghan markle thing because I love it. How people are surprised? AH TRAIN COMING IN. Oh keep the hype train going. y'All so what's the sure to get this trae one percent it. We got subscription for the hype train. What happens with that Martin is dead it target lips? Just scribe. These people. People aren't does not only in two thousand seven. Come on and get that Trey. Got To get that Orleans stand. PBS played mind this whole thing. What the fuck is avenue? Did somebody say whistle. The Oh we achieve joke that level one complete on the hype train. Thank you you know the hype train is right. WBZ training you wouldn't ask Louie. Nobody ask enjoyed. Yeah so they get people to give like. They have goals things hyped and get people to give subs on the gift or someone subs at that moment of these you. It's kind of a goal when they reach at the hype train. You know you see a bar okay that reaches up to the point. Yeah you saw that. Go man go see it so new even this this this sort of. Hi Hi. Try The gift on hype train from Thailand like you Charlie. Needham mm-hmm subs from everybody. Hi Pal I wasn't supported. Yeah I just don't line because somebody like returning like but he was like you say Ed was specifically in your worries excited Ohio excited. Oh we got another hype train going on. Oh Oh oh look at this. Do you the gift to us. Bits to get to the next level hype train. We leave trying to reach three on the hype train. Yeah Yeah you get Tariq different levels when you get there you should use it man. I should use eighty-one percent on his next. We'll see we can make it. We have a sub a gift our our use of bits to get next hype train right this you guys keep the hype train going. If you want to. We'll see if we can make you got you got three minutes. 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Thank you for keeping things hype around hanky-panky going and I got him in love with all about certain things when we get to it. Also Burger King is in trouble for using the D.. Word I heard. Did you hear about this. What's the deal? I'll let you know. Get to a terrible were. You should not use any kind of advertising okay. According to a certain group out there set up a Burger King. What did you do now? Burger King always bugging them. Burger King fucking up again. Let's get a dime black hop emo core. That's a good idea. Well great you put it like that was all in the execution when you do it so well deserves to be immortalized. Context context that deserves. That doesn't deserve it. Sir Neil Pert is going to be briefed but Neil Pert Neil parties and. He was the drummer of rush. Josh how you know that because someone set in the chat at least you love uh-huh oh hi trae reached one hundred percent hundred percent on the hype train. We reached it. y'All Kirk Lazarus thank you for subscribing. Kirk Lazarus thank. Thank you hype. Train hype and things kept going on the hype train today. You guys are awesome. Thank you for keeping the hype gone level three complete right there four for love of four. It's even keep things going. Keep it hype Air Guy. y'All keep it going here. Tommy Hi it happens. They're trying to present. MARLA look disapproving. Everyone just go back to my old website. We talk often connected like it is like we have got since before. This really really has become the sound of Austin thirteen percent on the hype. Train right there as fast. Can it all be so simple again with no. y'All love this man. y'All doing this on purpose. Isn't y'all doing it and mess with him. Those reaction those wreck Chris. Armand you you become a quite the regular around here thank you. Yeah we'll take forever me on. It's been it's been. It's been a blast to do this great learning experience to know you should keep coming. Everybody loves you know. We can't have church without acquire Kinda miss you and you're not here. He really does and fucking juicer. The nickname yeah no thank you so much. It's been amazing. Ten Leaf thank you. Oh good. Hybrid tea. He deleted three getting hype on the hype train. Thank you thank you from Chris. Ayers thank you for the hundred thank you. Thank you guys this hype train on. I think what the everybody come on man. You already got one song stuck in my head. I love that you know what I've got the perfect song for the hype trade. Two of Y'all keep it going. Okay yeah let me see every little we get to play the saw. Oh Yeah we'll play this Dr Martin crazy overview making a great point Continue Mar- Martin. I'm sorry drinks back to our the show. You were talking about income equality everybody off. He's got I mean kind of aw stop the train the the love avoid. y'All Wanna get that train. I want these dancing Negro cowboys. I you gotta you gotTa do the dance and you know what this was our. This was our Mendeleev moment rights. I I know you remember. Yeah Okay so Chris let me tell you know the Mandela fake right I know Nelson Mandela okay. The Mandela effect is when you get Lockton jail for a crime. You didn't make sense okay. So you don't see. I'm sure you've been through this before another man I forgot. How was I really think this everybody thought Mandela died? Yeah so when you remember you remember a moment or something you remember wrong. You're completely wrong. Michelle description of this. Not just what is called called the Mandel because so many people we're on the impression that Nelson Mandela had. Oh and there are people who are like you know I remember when he also news dodging people would sure about like having a big shared shared memory of something. That didn't happen like like there's one here's another one. Everybody Remembers Bernstein. Bears being called something different like an angry Asian that's another one The train is stopping the AP. I want to get these These data nick the outlaws right here to keep go but so you thought something air and everybody remembers it the same way. I got you in this video. Right here was for Martin Myself Are Armando Affect our. We gotta love with a train. The train is leaving no more no more Marley. Thank God I know but out of that we got seventeen. Says Great Work Right here. We got seventeen subs hype train success. We got seventeenth. We got a bunch of bits level three complete on the show. You right here such strong support so so there's just some five hundred and forty bits interested. Thank you guys thank you thank you so much. Tell you what I'll tell you Mandela affect our Dr Mandola moment. That was Mandela's I'll tell you martin from For myself and Martin I'll tell you the Mandela effect right after right after Paul. Thank you for this description Zolfo. She's great she is on who she she. She's been on for five months. Oh thank you Phoenix EXOTICA. Thank you so much. WE'LL DESCRIBE OUR MANDELA effect. Right after this. I have this shelf everybody to thanks for being here man. No No. It's been really fun. I love the second Salaam you sound. Just don't hear myself as why do I used to have a Canadian. Say His name. Oh thank you for description. who was that woods? Blew nine or woods. Blew the eight nine eight. I think Oh thank you. Subscribing which subscription right certain certain manual subscribing. I used to have a friend from Canada Just let me say I. Oh I did not want people to know him and I'll boys during his black face. I said it was okay. Missile Man. Yeah you pay your friends with your own. Prove you're you're an honorary Negro. Welcome back yard. You know. I had a free. We're just making fun of his squeaks and squawks but we are you a friend from Canada. Awas nice guy though but everybody used to best their impression of him because every time you taught them how you doing and they had to actually before they head to his nickname was the little nipper little cruel maple beside the. Hey thank you subscription. Nelson's Arcand Thank you Nelson. Thank you so much. Milton Elson Zircon. Thank you so much description. Yes do come to the little nipper because he wore a button now now but he always unbuttoned fully open and underneath the tank and the tank top was loose so he'd always go in and is that an enemy she studio so he's always going and talking to like his assistant and talking to other people. I always put his arm up on the desk. One Nipple would just come hanging out. I finally somebody had to people with thinking. What what the fuck you doing? Well what world do you think this is appealing you know and if I had to pull ah science they put on a fucking sure when you wanna be a Hawaiian shirts. I'm not I'm not lying. Man Yeah thank you subscription rats. PULL RATS rescue. Yeah Yeah you're right right. The Red Dragon. Thank you for this subscription. Thank you guys. Thank you so much support today so far it really has been hyping so Martin people just tune in. We got a good show today. Got Some announcements boy far as interviews and other shows show's coming up thank you thank you. It was that I was the Red Dragon. That's already creating some bonus content content coming up for you guys. I want to tell you about. We have this whole thing with the Megan markle and Prince area. I don't know why shocked by this big group people at Lane and They will going to happen. From the moment she jumped on board in a burger. King Commercial. That kind of trouble about if you want to call it that and and Martin and I were talking a little bit before we had the hype train going new feature on twitch actually love unless you can fuse like Martin. I mean we used to be adults are asking. But there's the song called Party trained from the GATT bad we got over thank you. Kirk Lazarus for the selkirk Lazarus thinking. You never go complete this right three times audience. We're GONNA talk. I'M GONNA get the among the most this message if I can get past all all these love. All the love is coming through to get. Ah Chris Behind you. But it's a soft in the back of the gap band called Sarah Zehra. Thank you the party train that we said we're GONNA play every time we get the party train going about get it I was GonNa Ziadeh next live. Show all of them got shirt had anyway and we we. We can make Chris this dude. Hey we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA go with a cowboy theme man. I ain't got no college. The the break dance goes and I the mobile game of every stripe. I got a lot to ask. Ask just to talk shit but now we thought like this guy. We sat in the video. He's using Oh she's on the beach mhm and so our Mandel Affect Mandela factors where you remember factor an some. Some incident are some situation in you just recall it completely wrong but everybody you're wrong. Everybody remembers it the same like a mass hallucination. Not so in this video this lease saying his Charlie Wilson and we thought that we used to make fun of him and his video. Because he's like man. Negro came at the at the water on the beach. Wear Silver Speedo and a cowboy hat. It was so I can still see my head right now. That's a strange thing about it. Man I saw the Matrix trix exist. There's a glitch. You both share glitch where he was at a cowboy hat in a silver speedo and we was sure about it. Let me see if I can find it. Well what kind of clothes. How's it going to Speedo is black in my head? I remember being silver. I was completely wrong. I think it was. It was Sylviane. Silver ahead cowboy hat okay. So they were completely reworked completely wrong. He's not he doesn't have the hat. The hat on got the color okay was paying very much attention combined together and you had the guy in the background with the white and kind of silver. Get there you go. That's the way people think that the Beta says Luke I am your father. Yes she does not because the Negro on a beach stands out. You'll see that every day not every decade lifetime and this came from the ocean ocean came out of the abyss. Yes yeah love but yeah that's our Mandela effect right. There Chad left and right now the fuck is wrong with Aja. Manta brought his black man. This black man is black. Ramaz McCoy Gutman for some resigned. Really I don't know why the bitch thank you. Thank you for the twitch brand subscription. Thank you you for the twitch prime subscription Sir appreciate it thank you Atika so much so much all right. So what about into the show right here. You tell you the subjects that we have you guys saw what we're putting up here. We got some big announcements. It's Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's situation all over the news. We'll talk about that. Burger King Messing. Got The box office for you real quick and then I think uh-huh emails today who knows what else is out there now One of the things that I want to let you guys know real quick is that that we do have sub goals. And for those subgoals. Let me see you don't Wanna I don't WANNA keep coming up here and You know big money and everything but it is important for these these these subs new here on twitch and entering our second month and we had a great first month Mister twitches very proud good patio may ahead MIS yeah. I'm glad they aren't like yeah. You gotTA start out grouping but now you just fuck in but no it hasn't got to that point but it is important to reach these goals that we have here now. I'm going into details about these stretch. Goals here a little bit along with some other Nelson's but it is important that we reach these fifty hundred going to have some fun with that fifteen hundred we're gonNA that'd be playing some games We've already decided there's going to be a joint effort. We are included. You in this morning some more. Yeah come on How play the preseason game or something? That's not coming out of the IT. Does I'll play. You gotTA fight the onion the onion. Yeah but I'm GONNA play him. I'M GONNA play for a few minutes of One game that people asking about it we. We didn't know how she this. Assist Shitty Shitty Janine boring but you can still have some fun with minutes. Is there not a dark souls to do you play. There is a dark upbeat at all. Right uh-huh There's a well you know. Space Jam is my movie that I wrote off a while back because I had bad experience with Hollywood leading People Hashtag released cory cut of that move five hour cut space jam man a lot of people seriously on any and I'm not even lying on any given day. This was last Friday down on Wikipedia because people saying man he's always talking about the space jam Shit Interregnum Space Jam. They went on Wikipedia and my name was there now but it was. It was directed by produced by it was three credits on produce about three. Korey Coleman All I had written all of it starring billing top billing man not even lying about it and it's all true. Yeah I just don't want to take credit for it in just let Michael Jordan is in this joe pig Habit but so for that stretch goal right there I'm GONNA play The space jam video game and let me show you a little bit of it's crazy to is weird and you can tell a lot of people didn't even like working on. They did some things that it's pretty obvious to anybody else. Who sees this? Just like Michael Jordan fucking. The whole gathering data is trying trying to escape though. He's like he's like soccer. Is succotash fucked again. Well what we would we did this on. Ab Crumbs of the day. We'll wait what the fuck is fucking the whole game. Wow that was shit was thrown road. This game is so bad since games back in the ninety S it is n- didn't do number take NBA two K.. Jam and just replaced with the Moon Stars and looney tunes characters three Tasmanian Canadian Devil tune squad down by one Michael Jordan stuff fuck nearby just grabbing assistance system with basketball stake a no. It's literally the fuck off Martin Starr you gotTA DO Cup Man. I'd rather play this. You wouldn't trust me. You know stupid and his boring. You WanNa play their trust me Martin. I'm boring do now. I'm helping PENOLA for second here. We're going to need two thousand five hundred subs and that's when we're going to have a viewing party for space jam and in a moment to review it will review it again. A longtime stuff seen since I made the bless you'll be Michael Jordan Ingraham show up. You know what I tell you. What at five thousand prescribers? We were told that Michael Jordan. Actually I can't even get here for space jam to I gotta go with Jordan. Junior Lebron run to get him and talk but we'll do a twelve hour stream. That's kind of a joke goal right there but if we get it we'll do a twelve hour street. Have a lot of events plan for that but but I want to let you guys know that am being serious about this online. Got A reset twenty five hundred before me. I'm already talking about alternative. 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Don't take this as pressure. I'm giving you just the on his truth right here. Like twenty five hundred subscribers is what we need to reach by May in order to get to where we were on our website. Hopefully a little bit more. We need to see some need to see some growth around here so I don't know I'm thinking about it. I'm always want I'm not being pessimistic. But I'm always just WANNA think far head to just to be prepared for stuff so a chess talking about on the I don't want to leave either and I'm not. This is not me making making really. This is not a sympathy. Plead Not GonNa Beg. I will be fine regardless of what happens. I will be fine. I'm okay but yeah a man and don't be don't feel pressured to I want to grow. Naturally I want to grow Ganic So don't don't don't take this meeting. You know begging you out of sympathy to sub. I'm not I'm just letting you know ahead of time because whatever happens I'm going to be okay but this took a chance and this is where we need to be so. I'm just kind of preparing everybody. If we get to this point it'd be fine. That'd be perfectly fine I want to. I want to let people know that we are planning adding on trying to do something special for some video game streams you know a four resident evil to remake. Martin was when your favorite games. They they had these minds that are on there. We showed a couple of them. They got one with Russia. Joulwan with little tiny Mr X.. Yeah Yeah Yeah. And they got one with Thomas. The train rain chasing your character. They got one. The one that got us on. This discussion was the one with Penny wise pretty deport music in there and everything changes music. Please don't work for you. Can he stopped clamor. Make an odd. Yeah I'm serious about this man we're thinking about getting a mild me where in the guy that chases you let me see. Can I still headed up this way reminded me so I'm thinking about getting a modern made. Get Chase last Thank you for the scripts the subscription their doctor von Bugging Dr Boogie. Thank you I know I. I love that guy. He's been around for a while but I wanNA have you beat your your care to be chased by the booty man. It was more. Buni booty was more important than drinking water. What you'd be? What do we do this to the hallway? Hard with Boonie but the young Buddhist mob they screen chat the true our experience Julian ending the linked together makes man we can get To Chase about the booty maybe a special stream that would be a special stream and that would be. I would love that man. I love that we get sued for that. You had to like change them around here. That's fine but why not. Just make it you but made me. Yeah why why you WANNA making me. You don't WanNa creature in the game. I want to be trying to rape some way of Leon. I WANNA I WANNA be the guy to run from yourself. They call me a rabbit. You don't WanNa be you mean you. Is that character rapist. This guy not held back to. They're just kills you kills. Okay I think you have the subscription so thank you know but this guy right here in what I was saying. Wasn't that difficult to figure out. Oh No Martin. It is very much. Is Martin Clear Comartin. Keep it simple. That's all right. That's all you need. Thank you for the description there been rambling ramming ramming woman for Ram Ramblin woman. From thank you thank you all right. Yeah we're GONNA come back and get ready to get into the show manful we do. We gotta take a quick break. We'll be back to get into what we're doing here and more right after this. Oh how about making you more like they didn't miss rex has that had already. He already held her facing soup. That'd be a cheap bud to this most likely would chased about this guy that everybody all about get away from me. Thank you as man appreciate you being inland the Nasty Nick Nasty. Nick thank you mission till nastiest. Thank you and Chad. Thank you for being here today. Johnny Eddie Rocket Fingers. Yeah you guys man having a good time with you today going to have more of a good time when he continued to show right after we get it through the commercial break here and we look forward to having you today it really is talking about Megan Agin markle. Hey everybody welcome back. Meghan markle prints areas. We just talk about stuff that we're GONNA be doing. They Meghan Markle. Prince Harry Burger King. And what they did box office us. And we're going to round things out right here with Dr announcements just to take something real quick we got interviews coming up next week and the week after. You might be familiar with this name if you if you're not you know the voice definitely and even then you might not recognize it because this voice takes on multiple personality. You know what I'm talking about. What went on Rob Paulsen? Yes Sir yes a rob Paulsen of well. I could say tiny toons owns. But he's done a whole lot of characters as I say I'm forty years old and this guy's doing voices I was like eleven things he's like transformers and Gi Joe and tiny toon adventures land before time Jimmy Neutron Jimmy Neutron and the Maniacs Anna Maniac any excess guys power. Puff girls got teenage mutant Ninja Turtles Phantom the Little Mermaid. Yeah Yeah Yeah. This guy has done it all. We got an interview coming up with him. That's going to be on January twenty third at one. PM Central Standard Time so look forward to that if you're a millennial even Gen Z.. Even Generation X. Than you've heard this guy before it's going to be a lot of fun and our next interview review on January fifteenth which will be next week. Now tell you guys about this play them trying to get together to go see for the love of the lung. I get to talk to one of the great minds behind this. Which is Jerry Minor? Comedian Jerry Minor Jerry Mind Jeremiah. SNL Yes he did dismissed show. So we're GONNA talk to Jerry Minor. WHO's behind Casey? I didn't know Jerry minor about to rape high. Hi Jerry minor at two PM on January Fifteenth Against Standard Time. So this is you want to know why you subscriptions and your all your Your support is going is going to get in good things like like this. So thank you guys so much. Thank you thank you for your support and one thing Kevin King Forget these interviews out here so yeah. The people got a lot of stuff coming your way a lot of things coming your way. Oh let me see. Oh God tell Ya something Razz me so. This is almost a warning to people so for Tuesday. A less something drastically changes something big. It comes out that we have to talk about at to cover. I have to talk about this movie more. This has to be our next a next bad move review. I like to take a while between these things. I like to wait but a Brad Jones he sent sent me this and other people start telling me you have to talk about this Brad Jones and Gertz. You're getting filled. What it was? It wasn't even their toast. You start coming in. Can you believe this shit. You got stop everything and talk about this and even I looked at it and I said around seeing a lot of crazy shit. I've seen a lot of things that I said. How did this happen? How does this exist? But this is the one where I was one hundred percents. Just just baffled to how fucked to this ever made and I think that this is called. 'cause it's a little bit long title. I want to make sure I got the title right. Oh here we go is called the murder of Nicole Brown Simpson now. You've probably thinking that this is a documentary are this is a dramatic reenactment a biography whatever of the incident. Yeah Oh no no no no no no this nervous this this is just bear with me. For what if Martin the truth behind his murder was Oj. Never did it did. It was a serial killer that was stock in the Coal Brown. Okay that killed her okay in framed framed. OJ Okay right this. I would not be surprised. Yeah and they do this I thank. There's an element of the supernatural thrown in to. What if the guy that came over to do odd jobs on the house took a shine to Nicole Brown and murdered her and somehow OJ? Got The blame. Everybody is talking about that. This is somehow Fred. Goldman and Nicole. Brown's family they didn't get an injunction against this. All I can say is it exists. Emergency one over here now. Now wait a minute. What's your name? Okay it Nicole. Do you WanNa tell me where those bruises come from. I know what you're thinking but it wasn't Oj. Yeah you're right that Negro look nothing nothing. Nothing it didn't get the color right when they look for people to play. OJ They look for the four here. Exact big four. Yeah we just look for any black dude has a cranial cranium on big enough to play Jay. You're right thanks for what's going on sweetie. I met another man. He was just so when I hired to work on my condo and ever since then it's like wherever I go. He's they're like he's haunting. Uh Tim again is twenty angle he does look like. OJ dipped in dark chocolate. I I I see what they would think that dark Anglesey turns I was like okay. The nose looks so they got it. I mean crazy as teeth and real the OJ. Those like a these are complicated toward that son of a bitch gets. Okay Sweetie. What is this your really starting to scare me now discarded you try to tell myself it was just some horrible night air? How this sounds seems to me willingly invited this man in your all? You have to kill me. You people can live with the fact that you never did a thing about. It can turn her next door neighbor. Nicole I need to talk about the nanny pain in her house. A thousand times before It's GonNa be you had to commit those one point Smith Charlie boy This this thing is all full of. I wonder whatever happened to. Yes yes like your girlfriend. Municipal Var is yeah municipal bar man next off from terminator the three. Yep Yep exactly this shit looks like something that was put all cinemax in one thousand nine hundred ninety one does so she looks cheap because Martin is right now. I'm looking at some of the people they're talking about here. They talking about this. They got this model projects. uh-huh rejects all of. Your anybody like is younger than you Chris. All of it is is a cast of people with kids are Tom. Who who who fucking okay? Fuck this I I give above. Yeah Meena Sabari Nick Starr. Yeah from Terminator in City in Sin City yeah and it was carnival. It was a show on. Hbo Yeah Yeah Yeah Up. I'll look at the people that they have in like survivor. American Beauty Nick Stall Terry Minnesota. She looks still looks pretty good. She looks young no she knows she has fuck man. I AIN'T GONNA lie. Should wash the top issue. She was offered to you on a silver platter. Look so smart angle. I'M NOT GONNA lie municipal. who was the outdoor Birch Birch? manade they at the time. I don't even know how whether it's legal at the time Yeah okay I mean to be in that movie. The man she gets naked. Yeah there was a point where this is not even a national Bush in Del denied but Meena Saviour Varo was flirting. Like a motherfucker watched that interview over and over like nuts. They're not even just kind of pulling your leg off. Aw drug a what happened. But it's one of those things where they were flirting where they don't touch you with just the hands touch with the head when somebody's in the you don't like you like Chris if you everyone another girl is you're telling Jokes Barbie. When he started laughing they do this? Move Move Right here okay. Uh remember that get used to be touching you. Yeah yeah that's permission to fuck me. Let's go engage. Let's put this into yes. You have the barriers down for contact Guy Right. That's what it was man. I mean looks like it's not too late. I just make it. Bears will be put a bullet augment. Listen how hard is Yo- career on the down slope that you've got to take some shit like this. This is not a career booster. How does your fucking agent bring this to you but like you know what this is GonNa put you back on top? How fucking present this to you is all you got say? Hey how come. I'm not getting any calls. What are you what are you doing for me? Why do they have in higher? You as agent a I. I got something I don't know if you want it to work. Give me something something. Okay someone says of course a little bits Bishop Gibson up turning it down. Yeah Yeah I am movie star in your like famous and Shit Boy Marks GonNa love this when I tell them where you go away. AH OF I don't get this. I can understand taking a movie. That is cheap. I don't understand taking they're gonNA lifetime movie. I understand taking some cheap shit just for check. I don't as as a favorite peanut eaten activists. It was work work. Doing you got to where I have. No listen I have no judgment about anybody. I know judge people you know working man. No project is too small but this shit seems like this'll be a blotch on your resume. Yeah I don't know I never know how much you can blame an an actor for taking a role. Since when they signed up for something he'll be we got this. We got this. We got this and as it goes on you. Kinda lost some funding distribution field through. But we're still working on it all right already. I'm halfway through this. They're not made aware of all those things either. Kept in the dark so much anybody but you took this took. The idea of doing this story was work but no this is based on somebody that was was murdered man making some thank you for the subscription was at the Shady Baby Shady baby thank you thank you shady. Good O'Shea good old shady business. Yeah I have to man. I mean you took something now whether you believe. OJ Did not which. I most certainly do. Not Muffins crazy especially it whenever like the DNA evidence we got it. One hundred percent is ninety. Nine point nine eight so that's not one hundred not not not so it's possible it could have been somebody else I mean not really but not really yes or no all right yes it could have been so damn yes yes he he got off a money in an altercation. You from a racist cop doubt introduced enough doubt but the woman was hardly hardly murdered and young will exploit that she but this trash is a thriller right. Here get offer counterpoint. You always do. Okay wait till you this. It's it's not trashy it's it's well made and we'll reviewed but once upon a time in Hollywood something similar where a woman was horribly murdered and they suddenly spun it to give it a comedic twist stayed in some fantasy ending and I was kind of harsh against that. Yeah Yeah So. It's not me counter like hey man what about this. I'm saying into the general audience consider. Yeah but I will say this that at least any defense for once upon a time in Hollywood is that this was done from genuine. Love of Hollywood. Yeah bye bye winter. No I think he came foot Quin Tarintino. He came from an honest place. Where somehow his mind nine he was honoring the death Sharon Tate? I don't fucking know how I know. I tell people who say they're feeling like yes ticket to those Manson kids. I'm happy to see why didn't happen for real like that. Yeah that's a that's a dishonoring but yeah that's a revenge fantasy yeah is what it is is so but in his mind somewhere was coming from a place of love for Hollywood in the memory of Sharon tate. This is this is pure exploit. This is pure man bullshit. Bullshit is complete pure. Bullshit I can tell you that before. I even see it from the way made to the cheap. Look of the fucking concept. This is Dan disrespectful. I'm sure I I will laugh when I when I watched this. You might not. You might just make you depressed. Michael Sculpted Brad. Jones kept sending me back screen. Shots like old. Take US Christ man. He liked Musab. Go check him out man. I told him I'll give him credit for this. As long as I keep talking about it. Nice Yeah He. He's exposed to this. I can't say stumble upon this myself but although some other start to email me say you have to wash so yeah so Tuesday I was ready to go with you but I look at this man known. Okay this is the one I'm taking all look likes that people say that that I look alike. Believe me there's a lot this is the one I'm constantly getting right now. Miguel new nist for years beginning that consistently so much that is what. Aw that's what I'm going to take. Okay that's what I'm going to have radio man. I'm owning that one right there. She looked like the Goddamn Buddhi man. Imagine mentioned glasses. scully right there Hala we ah go trick or treating. So what would you like bone in a what. Yeah Miguel Nunez Man. I'll take them back to. This may mean Savar thought I would miss this Miguel Nunez but yeah yeah man. I Dunno hoping for that. Did you WanNa man to man to maybe catch me. And you don't want to. It's like Martin like the puts out there when they replaced Martin Lawrence with with Brandon t Jackson. Big Mama serious yet. I'm free for all your Miguel Nunez parties. Oh you had yeah. This looks like Bush. You done washes Chris. I'll get it for you bill. Thanks man thanks for sharing. Noda's Oh does I did not ask Martin. I mean if I have to I guess but I I am going to watch this man. Do it for the people for the people to just giving you ready for this Tuesday. The what is it. The death of Coal Brown Simpson. Yeah so so. y'All getting ready for it man coming up coming up. Yeah were you going to say you have to take a S. deep inhale. Here's another one and this is true to thank you. Subscription submit that and waiting for it to pop. That's Nice Hug man. I think I've seen this guy in there before to thank you. Nice Hug man. Thank you thank you for the subscription two months we are here going fast. He says is going strong wrong. I do have a comment here. Koy Bumba who says right here he says in all fairness about a Quentin Tarantino and once upon a time of Hollywood in fairness Tarantino also gave the script with the ending to the sister Sharon tate also would a check probably not making jokes radio who gave full thumbs up to him the same woman who clearly hated that Lindsey Logan Sharing Flick. So there you go man. Should this movie was. That means. I know to be fair. Somebody's saying are you gonNA depict my sister's murder on screen noma change it up okay. Fine and I'm going to pay you. Yes he does it a lot actually like even he's like well. I got permission from the black community to make Django unchained. After I told to Sidney Poitier and he was remember that stuff. Yeah Yeah Yeah. He talked about that Sin City. PORTIA was like you have to make. This movie is probably a whole different different script. Nuno's he gave him the script or routes three. I keep saying that word and MR A bit. Thank you thank you Jim Volts Voles voles descriptions our. HR We're go back to get into our discussion about Prince Henry Prince Hidden Missile Prince. Harry Harry reprints Harry Tonight and Megan Markle and we'll do that Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle. And we'll do the right after into this Thank you guys all the support. Tonight people were are saying that the scroll down the O. G. Chad has. There's been stuck on my picture for. Oh I thought Oh gee okay damn get that auto school damn missed a lot of me. I oh sorry. Oh Gee Chad I was wondering Galway's Christ not wrong about that. New News picked great. The man beer older brother Man Lindsay Lohan was in that the hunting of Sharon tease. Yeah it was terrible man. I heard about it. I didn't see it but heard about. There's wow that's Jesus Christ man that's all would like make. Oh Yeah Yeah. That's accurate may welcome back. Everybody would just comparing notes between myself in. What's his name That's so I know him. Yeah maybe I'll go as lathered up transvestite Jouan and walking around looking cloud out of a Washington. Hey Uh space jam crossover in space jam EH. Speak on that happy. If I can't get Lebron James. Hey guys we have a lot of fun here on the show today about again. Two topics will be here and believe it or not. No we will get that we get to our subject talking on. You're not done yet and you got it. You still have you staffed fighter. Martin put on easy level. Now let's put you on the heart level. Ah Mister man he got. PTSD look no no like I keep asking about come on my open home. If you play cup I'll play Klay. Sonic I'll play a sonic game of your choice. Chat about benefit. Well doesn't share in the misery. I want to play. What do you laugh at me? Love his Martin some fun doing away. About what Martin will be at the. 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I'll the white sauce scared to say slur talion over there. I think Oh you slur Italians just by eating at all times. Burn this into but go back to reading. Ah Shift what might as well go ahead man man. All we are surprised about this whole thing with Prince Harry in Megan let me making the proper announcement people. Please welcome. Prince Harry of London and Malian Duchess coaches of Sussex in. Everyone's been talking about them because you know road is important in a row actually. Does something Chris on. Okay explain to me what's happening. What do you the people this saying? Yeah you'RE GONNA do ship US either. It sounds cool. It looks nice figureheads based pretending that's yeah That's exactly what it is. It is pretend absolutely right. You know it makes Americans thanks we we still have King Arthur over here it's it's it's a deterrent. I still think we got dragons so yeah probably royalty around man because it's important for the look and that's why making huge news that Prince Harry and Meghan markle his lovely bride. They have split leaving their roles roles as senior members of the Royal Family. The new fallout following Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's announcement. The Queen Not Happy said to be hosting in crisis talks next week to fund solution. ABC's Julia McFarland's at the Palestinian Omega. It's a crisis. Kreil Shit London. What are you going to do but brexit? Oh my God the head of the prison. That Duchess have left the bill O.. Sit in London zone London's bridges Vernon his dog sit back. God says the bombings of World War. Oh Oh oh jolly old England not so jolly no mom so sorry for life doesn't look good. Must have just come to a halt guy you as such schadenfreude when it comes to Britain uh-huh oh keep Wanna go back over there. I want to go back and laugh. o people out this threes. Oh God in London Bridge. Oh Jesus oh Lord what does lund on do this is the monk. It does cloud with a face through the city. Oh God Jesus alone can Gerard Butler say uh-huh Oh my God somebody calls them hobbits nothing New Zealand walk over there. They need a journey but man listen. Well everybody's looking at this because they take that say Prince Harry and Meghan Markle by thank you for the thank you for the five hundred bits there while Megan markle imprint theory. That splitting in the world is going crazy on the rest of the world. It's okay it's okay. We're we're going to leave even just be regular foxing. We're going to leave. I think a thing here is getting the job a whole foods. I think Duchess Megan she's going to open up a part-time daycare. Or some shit. You know they're GONNA be regular folks just like you would be you know. No don't please don't worry about us all L.. All regular folks. We have netflix deals and everything else or royal monthly allowances that they may not show worry about these two they when they leave. You know how they say get royalties they literally looked just you. Love has got some nerve. Oh please don't worry about us. We're going to be regular people but we'll be okay. Gave right but they were just getting all this shit cut off and they were just going like this starting from scratch now no no. No people want them to be cut off. But that's not gonNA know. Well I mean it's it's not so much of them leaving and said hey we WANNA be regular people is more like we don't want to be around no that's the way it is man. I'm making making fun of them. I'm I'm not I'm not prince. Harry actually liked this do Prince Prince Harry said Beck and he just got real like he's like he's the new generation and he said fog raw. Ain't built for this man. Yeah well okay. The stripped down a party. I WANNA fuck chicks I mean that's also royalty Treated my mom. You need doing my wife like this. Oh our own. No Oh no no way. And they're doing his wife dirty right now and before you even met his wife. He didn't want their Shit Schipol product and he's like fuck I'm making jokes now. But who knows. They say he liked to party. He did not give a fuck about royalty at the beginning plus he said I'm the six one down. Don't get shit. I'll get that got their chair. From game of thrones you. I'll get that ship before. Actually get the royal thrown up. I even had a chance to sniff that chair much less be able to inherit it. so He's like look. I got nothing to lose. That motherfucker went against everything he he was always the rebel. He's like I'M GONNA go out him party fuck broads. I'm going to have all kinds of things. He's going on Black Mary Blacks ING. You didn't notice that the que- Now why why the scandal the now mummy. She's only partially. You know you know she had old badge must have handled fifty pearl. The other Strand Majesty Ness President Bush's probably slip. It is immoral man. I'm Don t listen up it'll be real with nobody gives a fuck about royalty because Prince Prince Harry very start may did not give a fucked royalty himself. I'm GonNa let you know that right now. It's been so much shit that they've done. The Diana sullied her name. I'm not I'm not one of these people who gets in conspiracy theories if there's probably some foul play involved and I don't know but they did a wrong if they didn't assess nater physically assassinating her character royalties shady just like any other thing men out there where people fooling power and he's saying it's all but he didn't want that Shit plus at the same time he's like man you know what I just don't want to deal with all the confines and restrictions strictures of royalty do always hanging out with puff daddy up puffy or whatever the fuck is name is. This is week who spent like Negro alcoholism home to marry. Why not have you think it smells bad? Smell down my may I am a Negro Eh. Some give them. I'm letting you know I it's segments proudly and I'm not even trying to be. I'm not one of those people tries to all share. There's some that's GonNa make me edgy. I'm just I want to say what I want to say in a chance of what I could get us band on twitch. I'm not but eh believe everything I'm saying is in context so almost say some things that might people might feel like you know pushed too far but I think everything I'm saying and I'm not going to be held down when I'm speaking truth right here Kazaa because you will agree with what I'm saying right here very much because the reason why because a lot of people for some reason is making news people were shocked but there was a whole group of people out there who said man. This shit was on own and Mata- time this you know I remember when I I'm as I told you I'm not won. Always ABC's everything coming not smart person out there but I knew that shit was coming the moment they even announced engagement and was with her away. Away this'll be interesting. Okay okay. We'll maybe they've progressed they. They've lost money and they're starting to see it's it's a new world and they've got to give up some things you'll make me throw it down Bro. No Hell Hell no you know I I guess I don't know I think I know what some people think and I don't know what the what Megan Markle was thinking because Megan Markle is biracial. She's half black. Half white dead is on wayside and also she's an actress. You go look at this prince. Harry's his party's shift look at this doesn't Las Vegas Man. As he was doing he was doing all kind of party and all kinds of duck not give a fuck nece about the royalty but Meghan Markle biracial chick. Dad is a dad is way. So she's heavy on the on the light side and you know what they call the fair beaches and on top of that. She's an actress. She's been a few things using the show suits. Yeah made a big big scene. She wasn't a movie la but she had a big scene in a horrible bosses man. I'm an account manager at a chemical company and I'll tell you something the job has its perks. Hi Can I help you. He's just signing leakages. Thank you oh no no no I should do. Reggie got this. Thank you buddy. This is high priority stuff here. What's going on here? This one of those hidden camera shows. What what do you make your way too? Cute to be just a Fedex ground. He's gotta be like a model or actress or something right but what happens when opened on these boxes. Someone's GonNa jump out by truly like a fairytale man man. She went from being fed ex girl to being a Dutch boy. Spoiler alert for you. Yeah I guess people thought because she was she was she was. She was an actress and plus she was fair featured and likes did they did they did they did this did she. Looks White until she's next. British people were whiter than white. They bring out the black in her like standing next to royalty they will soak that shit out. They will find hound always black. Find you if somebody was trying to pass all you do is take him to Britain and standing in front of somebody like Nah brother. I see what's up with you she. We're GONNA roll up and pass. And they had the old personal gandalf. Oh Yeah because you see US daddy standing next to the wolf families shit at Ed she you could tell us. She's by racial. But you know a the best. Maybe she looks like Latino something if he's trying to achieve something outside of that. Yeah no brain net look. He's he's actually using his powers to bring the blackness set up right. Now come out come out. That's baby archie. They got right there. But I'm GonNa tell you why did she is fouled. Because I I guess a lot of people thought she's going to walk up in there because she was in Hollywood and she was She she for a lot of people maybe they thought she was white. Because even I saw this thing I thought that was the white exactly. Yeah and everybody thought that she was going to go in there and that she was going to have some sort of you can be kind of Disney princess. You expected effected a fairytale ending now. He's kissing the frog in Louisiana. They they have a hell. No Hell no because we all knew that. That was not going to be the case. And I'm GonNa tell you I'll be the first to let you know that I don't understand royalty foam rast thank you subscribing right. Now thank you. I'll be the first to let you know I don't understand royalty. I doesn't seem like it's doing anything to me. You know. I'm looking at some of the things they talked about royalty right now all these medals and all this other kind of Shit I I don't get it it to me. It it to me seems like again is famous for the legacy famous for their names like putting the crown on the Kardashians. You know it's like I mean I'm not I'm sure they have more important but maybe not the head of the Protestant Church okay. Yeah Harry's been hearing arena that very well has it also like back in the day with Prince Andrew who was suppose this man I see much partying. It's my stubborn brother. Oh I got to go to church. I come on the devil up in me but I got demons. Yeah man because the thing is they can't even run for office right. They can't even the office the point with royalty. Besides she looks Black Hill Right Paul where I got. Yeah my momma looked like that. When she was young she might as well have a Polka dot? A red focus on wrapped around and people used to say six that looked like that used to be mistresses and cyber bitches for the phone for his family and during the day sit that easing. I'm unless B Plus B for really all. The point is seen like okay. Maybe they run some important. You know important things and organizations but really there's a so there's a legacy in a brand in business going on behind royalty rate here you know and again not too far from the car dashes getting by on your name and being famous people hold onto it. No disrespect to the royal family. I I don't know any of these people so I'm not trying to say the bad people. There's been some questionable. Well Shit that goes on and I recently Ain't shit somebody in the back looking around like he's he's like a next. Oh Jeffrey Yeah all the Jeffrey Epstein should they ado sure that that that that surely should be in jail. Oh He's just been putting the corner. Fuck this man retired from public Tiber tired with that just means you hanging out on a beach somewhere. Yeah it's not not showing when you face a little profile sullying. The family wait. Wait till the heat dies. Yeah fuck out here with all this man is. I don't like this all these organizations. That's supposed to be about God supposed to be about about a pride and civility and all kinds of how to get the Fuck Outta here man. It's all about money and keeping that money and keeping you'll name you can keep that money and not going in in smearing the family name with some deed that they can't cover up our image and you know. Yeah and I'll give it to you. Man The card dashing. 's Card Dashing. Least they you know they love. They love that black men. That's true action acquainted like that. You're not bring it up. You don't be trying to be white and try to marry family. Yeah this ain't I liked the civil rights movement and this ain't like you know Going in and and trying to give the appearance of being progressive by By showing people You know what do you call it. Segregation and desegregating. The public whatnot This is this is this is an exclusive organization. This is the British royal family as Martin wants this. This is the original white. This is the ultimate White Country Club in the only reason why hi Megan Markle Meghan markle squeak by is because she does lean more on the wider side. Sir You bet you bet if they have brought in let's bring us somebody like Lupita neon. They probably would murder her. She tries to marry this lesson coming in looking like that. Don't you bring this up. And what they like to call the Yugo Boo boo this beautiful girl and the angle. But let's hey this is twenty twenty I we all agree. Well progressed man. Racism and a big thing. She let her try to get up in the royal family. The pay her to leave she be a billionaire just to get the fuck out of the room and even if they even if they were open to the public would lose their ship even so much. The royal family might be Kuwaiti. It didn't make bad press. Because that's what happened with Meghan Markle. That is one of the reasons. Probably the main reason why Prince Harry's leaving I'm tired of talking Shit about my woman. Yeah Yeah Yeah Todd. Is this bullshit man. People like Piers Morgan every single. Here's Morgan Man's an asshole. Now Piers Morgan. You know when I look look at this. I'm make make let me make it clear. Man I make no judgment about Prince Harry a Meghan markle man. I don't know her situation So all I see right here to people who love they got married and they said all of the world be damned. We're going to be together. I don't care what my family he says don't get the press says is what was known. Do I can't say to what degree she expected. Any of this. You know what I'm saying. Yeah I mean it's probably one where you can't be warned warned enough yet. You can't be one enough but all this stuff is saying I'm going to do. I think I'm fine saying this but I will say one thing and this is the thing that might make people offended ended. But I'M GONNA say it anyway because it's fucking true. A lot of people looked at this and they thought this was going to be some fairy tale when a lot of us such as myself. I'm sure Martin and all we saw was another episode of you. Still GonNa meet and we know that show very will do we not yeah. It's perpetual reruns. TV Are they making the weapon. This season was great She's having her Obama moment. Yeah that's what that's what that's about about Paul Mooney coined as the nigger. WAKEUP call. There you go you go man no matter how much you say. You're half half white. No matter how much class you act with no matter how well you bring people together with your well-spoken nece people always say without you. No matter what you change his show to still be co still and they're going to me. That's what that's what they saw with Obama. Not everybody not everybody now not everybody but a lot of people hold on that because a lot of people think times have passed all this guy. I remember when Obama Track to where they're brown suit and they say well that's not presidential. How can you wore brown even get running the country? You Walk Brown even worse thing that do you remember when he actually did a fist-bump yeah what Michelle Obama and look. I can understand. They did nothing wrong with that. But I don't think it's right. I understand somebody saying well that well. It wasn't professional fuck off. It doesn't matter but what really got me. Fox News says no one had gangs us. That was a terrorist gesture. Yep Hezbollah yeah. Yeah you're not has al Qaeda. Our enemies of America was a terrorist fist. Bump that was they did in front of millions of people talk on camera to let them know death to America and right after that the bombs dropped yeah. People criticize him for a bike helmet while riding a bicycle. Yeah wh-what's kids. Yeah Fox News Sean. Hannity no that. Yeah but meanwhile meanwhile we got a we got a first lady first lady. Melania trump with him you can find all kinds of nasty pictures of her online. That's pain that's very all right here. There's other there's other than Clinton believe me I had judgment here. That's fine but I don't care about people getting nude. I don't just people by their past or what they've done to care people by the sexual activity far. Be It for me to do that. I just the people who judge I. Just that's what I've always said. I judge those who judge. She even has some things that lesbianism isn't going on with all these people who apart you know against the against gays out there that will tarnish the minds of our kids but but and destroy destroy the sanctity of marriage and destroying the sanctity of marriage. Even though President Mayor Lesbian she does some dirt on. Let let let let Michelle Obama. Dudek no she'd be all Kinda host She'd be all kinds of horse. She'll be all kind of bitch horse this. This woman couldn't even come in and do the most conservative things without being called a gorilla. You know what I being called a monkey. Neither one of them off. They lost his shit when she showed her arms. Should they call her man all of those Manley arms because she can she can do any of this shit man. light-skinned did nothing to stop people from going up against Obama. Obama never tried to push it. Either you know He. He played it cool. He said I expected this in the press did Meghan markle the same way over in Britain they did a saying Goddamn way they the reason. Why Prince Harry is leaving is straight up? That tired of the racist Bullshit and here is tired of the bullshit period with his mom. History the hypocrisy of the organization. But he's tired of the racist Shit against his wife and I don't know anybody did not see this shit coming. You'RE GONNA walk up this fucking Lily White Organization and thank you first generation you know bringing bringing a a half black person. We'll especially now that they're going through this whole wave of Britain for Britain's original Britain's anti immigrant and and pushing Brexit is it through which is all based on money race. It was his name. Bam Bam Lupton Nair. What's his name? Boris Johnson Johnson. Johnson bringing these attitudes Beck just like. Yeah YEP president over here but they did that to this girl right here man From the moment she was getting into they start digging up not not talking to a father a whole lot. They start digging up all of the most urban blackest shit they could find on her man like here in the Daily Mail. Harry's girl is almost straight outta compton gang scarred home of her mother rebuild so will he be dropping her fatih. FUCK NASTY NASTY. That was nasty and I wrote it down right here. They wrote some nasty shit only about her but her mother man in this article you could read. They referred her. Mother is a dreadlocked African American lady from the wrong side of the tracks as yeah yeah comical. It's almost like a parody. Almost like if you're trying to ars there were look here. His girl is almost straight because it because he never did another shit. Fuck you man. She never did any of that. Shit Oh win win when Archie was born son one of the guys have not. I'm not making Britain all bag because it's not all Britain. Of course you know just like over here. We've got people who outspoken stupid and they had this comedian In this morning show host on BBC Danny Baker and when he came out he did this tweet right here where. It's a couple of holding a chimpanzee. In his says royal baby leaves the hospital and this is why I say you're by he. He tries use that thing of men jokes the jokes no. They're not don't ever fucking use that. Excuse with me jokes not jokes. All right I I'm very lenient on jokes but jokes and not not job because he tried to put that same same shit. I'm offended that people offended is just a joke. That's why you ain't got no fucking morning job. No more getting fired. They fired him. Yeah yeah they fired him. Oh and while. We're talking about Archie. They say is by choice. That little little archie eighty notice. He was when he was not given title which they say is customary of newborns. Yeah meal newborns but not given a title Prince area says that that's by choice voice but probably much arguing back and forth. Fuck fuck it. Just don't know exactly if if I gotTA fight. You would not be surprised if there were other factors involved. Even uh the royals oils took a jab at her man. And I'll show you that in the shit gets even worse and I'll show you that right after this message man I looked at this and I said man everything that I thought would happen with this kind of came true. I mean I didn't predict not not specifics but I said I think press has gone on start talking shit about her. Because we've seen it when Obama's sure other people within the organization and Austar coming out of his full last bitch made could chat about God ed's a you know what you can get a subscription to slate. GM night justice GM night. Just did that thank you Jim Night. This it's very personal bitch. It is is anywhere from affordable to free even during believe Abbott. Yeah man thank you guys subscribing their free shade. Somebody said Harry have a last night. Yeah Balzac thank you. Thank you for a two to two tons. Thank you for the the. What is that Four understood the message for you to stop talking about the UK. When you know nothing okay do I know nothing? Let me see if I know nothing. Nothing we know some things. I don't know nothing you know. Why am I pulling up shit from your press up this article right here which exist about no nothing? Why does you gotta get fucking fire for that tweet right there if we know nothing? And furthermore if we don't know nothing about this which was reported widely really your country and here I'll talk about. The roles came after her. They had a princess Michael of kidneys the Michael Jackson a drag. Show me not princess. Michael of Kinne went to Christmas dinner where she was going to meet Duchess Megan for the first time and they talked about this bridge. That she weird broach. Damn Weird this brush that she Broach here. We've got them when she wore with with the black face. Yeah this show love it so much talk about. I didn't even notice this is. Is it a compensation piece. I don't know what it is that she wore is black more art. And what that is that is subservient black image right there now. Yeah Yeah and oh just in case because she later on when she wore that and I'm Megan markle looked at them like what the fuck she felt terrible about it horrible about it. Have you know though just in case you think that this might be an accident. I mean maybe it is. But it's kind of weird how her father was a Nazi. A Nazi SS officer. Actually even a Nazi officers and she. She was at a restaurant in New York where she told a group of black custom. Mystic go back to the colonies and Gabby hey it was all a coincidence right I. I didn't know closet. There's a dominatrix outfit with swastikas. All over this was because some spin this. Oh no no no. It's an Indian signed for pizza. Just like some Shit Outta Hill Boys. It was my father's. Hey Man I'll pull affects for Millio fucking press but yet we don't know anything it ain't Shit on my ass so I mean you telling me we don't know none. We just read the news. We just know what they tell us everywhere so yeah. We're hearing not having any way to get to the throne when you know that's only benefit of royalty for him really. I mean he'll he'll still get money me. You'll still get paid. He'll still have used to have a good life and even let's just say that they would have cut off complete even if they cut them off. They can still do appearances here. Here and there make plenty of money speaking engagements and so yeah They will have linnea. They're set for life man they're set for life and they had good D- trust me. Nothing's going to happen to them and I actually. I admire them rough. Yeah Meyer than for this move. Yeah it'd be easy to just go like well we just gotTa take it no no we. Don't yeah what people are GonNa talk talking now. Let's let's see. Let's see what the Chad has seen real quick man just real quick. Somebody's saying here in a chat. Because I really. I'm not looking for you to defend me. I'm looking for you if I'm actually out of line. Tell me but I looked at this a lot before we even did this show because I wanted to come in and make sure that I'm not speaking out of turn here but in the chat Somebody this Lewis Pete. Don't know how anyone from the UK could get mad at Corey San. It's all true and he's not seeing this everyone from the UK not speaking the entire country. This is all the how they feel. It's it's the most exaggerates the loudest elements who are saying it's like an archipelago Zelikow. Cut that Bishop. I'm no- nobody said that. Is I believe me I know I know you know I spent some time in. UK boiling Sometimes some of my best friends British. But now I know the Tom. Thank you. BITTY thousand biddies. I eight man yes. Why brexit voted? That's why the Conservatives won one with a massive majority clearly. I'm wrong. Ugh Look trump got voted over here. Starting from talking Shit was is that what's popular. Suppose me even let me get my polls like you and your point when you talk about this clown over here. We got in the White House and I talk about Joe Shittu Bullshit. Yeah that he put anybody who thought that this was going to be like the world was changing the way we about to go about to give some black rotel up in here. You you better go to a condo. Better hang out with black bands because if it ain't happening in Britain tell you that right now and I'm not I try and listen to people all the time. Thank you thank you Benny boy. Thank you Benny boy. I'll see you up in there. I'm sure I'm arguing with you. Two tons like I'm arguing with a lot of people people man you and I B B Kissing each other's ass tomorrow something like we always do if not. It's going to be awkward. We did it live show. I'm trying to get over to the UK. Now clean has said to fuck hubris people save right followed by you bear in mind that the The Daily Mail's a hardcore. I know it is. I know I'm not saying that right. I'm giving an example like Fox News over here. Fox News assist so many things about Obama that is untrue but people listened. And I'm sure there's going on with the Daily Mail to man. Oh think of almost OUTTA Compton. That's not even real news. It's just the way. Go bomb a terrorist fist. Bump and that's what I'm pointing out the hypocrisy in in the dog whistling in the flat out racism that everybody does in their own countries man and and You can't sit there and deny the hell anti-immigrant sentiment and in the brexit getting pushed through. I mean you're talking about at the conservative wave is going. That's that's a real thing you guys got. Thank you spidey one nine nine eight. Listen y'all are going through the same shit we're going there nobody talking about you. You gotta a major income inequality going on. Nobody keeping living in in London. They got people who would just paint temporarily just to keep people's houses row right so it's just it's tennis to just kind of keep it clean. Were kicked out when it campaigning also still crippled by their class system that they just can't shake everybody's got their bullshit man. Nobody's looking down down on your man mainly the stories about unlike people over here who are not getting a lot of awareness was going on. It seemed like Yo man on the inside Prince. Prince Harry knows exactly what the fuck is up getting a flag out of there so it's more of a story about admiration and talking shit to to London to to Britain. I think we all going through it. Man We going through all right on a chat. What you've got to say you know? Let's let's listen to you for a little bit and if you're listening you know really you know anger out of me if you disagree. I'm Devi temple the Shit I will go and look it up seriously. I'm not looking to be proven right. If you disagree. Disagreed as fun to tons issue I can. I'm sorry maybe think that I I'm sure tomorrow will grow mills down the line in the I agree to disagree agree to disagree. 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You might have to be irregular here to see what makes that happened man which had been talking like God Nestle. Actually I was Italia's diet gotta see we can make that happen been great having you here I appreciate it fucking God oh The the the toasties have been very very kind and I really appreciate them. So thank you. Why would doing that? Let's bring up you page man and we're GONNA back up. Let's bring up twitch page. Thanks Mr Revon seven seven seven over here. You know one of the things that I've told Chris here he says that it helps is my big push is to not coming. It's not not do some wrong. Let me try this good although you are you got you got you. Thanks man one of my goals as for Chris Harman because he's been such great host for us over here. I got a pause kissing. You ask for more welcome back everybody. I just had emma face between Chris Cheeks Right now. Just not please no I think it all up in his. You know course Martin. I've been doing this for years and we've seen people come and go and we have. We've had some people some great people in here. I gotTa Tell You don one naming names. I don't want people to feel like I'm trying to think one personal the other. We've had some great people to come through our latest person. Is Chris Harman Right. He and Chris Harman has been one of the best that we've ever ahead come through. We have understanding what each other on everything united. You know you just very mature about everything that we do here and also you know one of the things that I want to do with bringing them on. I know you're trying to get partner on twitch yet and so I have been trying to do a big push to help them out with that and please go to his page. Mr Ribbons Seven. Yeah would you say Martin. What was it to the pages black? That's yeah yeah I was hosting. I rated someone after my stream. They finished up and say that's my Mr Evans. 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It's not I'm not look like a rabbit chipmunk on yeah avenue currently playing through Skycam as Egypt's the sneaky kitty cat daddy up from cat yes it is not just like just a funny man had back in the day Garfield member. I need to go while I watch you play I. I never saw your character looking like wasn't mechanic. Are You McAfee with the code on or naked. I got my cone. Okay I take one of the things that was jarring in the movie walks around coat later when plus around so it really does a racist genitals but he's just sitting there naked like what I saw recently to just horrifying but incredibly funny. Yeah I I just. I don't get the funny that you guys have seen every time. He doubles onscreen. I thought he was so this. Isn't the cabinet. Make people disappear saying his name. Oh Yeah goofy Ian mckellen just like not knowing where he was what he was Judi. DENCH looking confused. Yeah Oh yeah no. It was hilarious. Killer would just wondering making noises and we're drinking milk cow. Guinea metlife talks shit. I got home Um and I just couldn't get it out of my mind. Yeah it all made me not WanNa go again is that it's boring and some say no. It's definitely like something I'm like you Martin I don't like any of the The music except for memories grades but even then that's goofy unintentionally funny because of Jennifer Hudson the snot down downing did her so wrong. Pull it back a little bit. But now they don't notice here's a one place to the whole thing. Today road narrows a Keg. Wow this is terrible man. Yeah no it's it's a bad movie man. Somebody pointed out that all African American cats or either bad or down in luck except for the one that was fuck it everybody the the milk guy. Yeah the milk Jason Jason the rule but he was his songs all about Hamma bad. Kitty I feel this way one time next. I'm doing this cool. Yeah I'M A bad. Hey man he was. He was a kit. That you fucking the new mayor will the Martinez. I wish I hope. They have a version with somebody's monitored where the cat has bar. Someone will get on that Jellicoe. I was like what does that bother me because I always think somehow understand cats made me mad almost. Yeah same here because it kept saying over over and over like evangelical gets lost meaning to after a while the Gel cat and there's just jellicoe come on June charleena's Djelic okay. Okay okay. Now we pick the jellicoe cat. I thought we were all it made me mad is that they think it's nonsense. It means nothing. Yeah jellicoe cats. It doesn't mean a fucking thing and at the end of the movie and I say Y'all got to see his horns like I'm I'm telling you it's a big talent show and the winner gets to be the GEL cat. Oh wait no actually the cat. WHO's the most down on luck? Yeah well then. Why do we even practice kill that? That can sacrifice them. Yeah in a disturbing way. Actually they send them off into space in a chandelier with hope either you suffocate or it's going GONNA burn down like wicker man or just collapses and you fall but the whole thing is like you say that you'll get a reincarnate. It is like the wicked man. It's a sacrifice take sacrifice academy say. Don't worry about it. It's a Colt. Oh you'll be you you come back again. One day we don't know win but Okay fine if the next verse followed up but having to pause and we'd love the CGI it was good all you tense when you sense. There's a storm in the the home. You know how to go to side him. I want to see him. It was bad black. Okay I think he might be around me. Oh that doesn't return Judi dench and took it to the fat black man and made old white woman yeah Jello took. I don't know I I can't stop thinking about. I hate the song but I can't stop singing it. They get the fuck. Does that mean it means nothing but the episodes should they look at that other cat like Judi dench tells us like. Oh by the way you general. ooh Who gives a fuck your bitch off nothing nothing. Yeah but I can't stop saying this buck and so they say it over and over and over suck in your head. I'm going through the House all day. telecasts Lewis Jellicoe. Do my wife is like what does she didn't even know. What does that mean? What are you saying upset when I get KRILL? Buffered singing Rebel yell stuck in good someday. This is all clear my head all the to the check tipped. Say whoa wait a bit whitewashing. Whitewashing whitewash cats. No no yeah man. Yeah I'd Jesus but I can't stop thinking about it because I I wash it. I was mad. What happens is killing me between this making any sense creeping me the fucking look at this woman laughing every would make it bad too? Yeah I was done and was done. They can't get on my head and I wanna see it again now by myself. It like I do a bad movie slowly falling in love with. I don't want to go to the theater it. 'cause I'm trapped heaven at home. I think it's almost theaters too. I should be shouldn't have been in the first guy. Gert Suppose wanting to go see it again and it was out of the theaters He wanted to make us at that time he told Yes. I was going to be that fourth time. I was going to be his jellicoe cat on New Year's Eve WanNa go see cats and I'm like no it's New Year's Eve the Party and everything we were GonNa go that night I would have wrought in the new year left the Sardi. He wanted to do that to go. See Cats with the first thing I would have done. Twenty twenty he. Yeah he does Chris. He texted me. He said Gertz is insane. I love him I preference I I love him but he's insane. This guy's insane like yeah. Yeah we knew we we called it. I'm not even saying that way. Not Gert Yvonne functioning mentally ill. He doesn't need to go to the hospital in a straitjacket lunatics. Go He's Oh there we go yeah man one on the front one of the most fun days all right. Let's go ahead People talking about Burger King. What you do? Yeah no Burger King the messed up again Wolf Your Mama go whoop you all million of them so we got this group here call one million MOMS and they are upset. They mad then mad because Burger King Burger King put a commercial up where they opened up a new restaurant. Go with the New York Assembly. They open up restaurants and the commercial was getting reactions from people who tried the impossible burger. One do try did that. He slipped up and said the D. Word in Burger King. They lifted in Brinson. Something big and we had some great news for that. It's not an impossible Russell. They the dude who was nine fast food. We're excited so excited happened waiting for this. I've been stocking burger. King is now in New York City. The way they release people from Midland try. This stalking Burger King was is about to kill them before they released the I was going to shoot up but no the impossible whopper or is going nationwide really. Oh Damn what he says. I got a multiplicative understand it girl. ooh That that's The D. Word not even damn bloom brother. They should be mad about about this. Negroes Matters Mason your mom and you hear listen to sit. You can't even hardly Harley Been Meghan out. Listen wide mouthful of food like swallow this. Can I get you too and probably be bothered to swallow his food. Look look at this doggone doggone that's it that's the D.. Word Bras we met. I thought Burger King was GONNA DIG Burke. That's what. I thought. They must be the word somewhere along. Dick's or something you know. I thought when they take these people mad at this doomsaying the D. Word. I thought you were GONNA say Dan. Good the one one million MOMS mad about that. That's one million people who ain't got shit else to do about the whole million is probably right. Just say that the Council of twelve can seek for the rest. Oh good the rest of who too busy to raise a kid. No Martin is a million MOMS at their covenant ears it is a you as a million his million miles clutching pros at the Queen. Put God they're really mom really upset about you. Know I'm looking at this organization man back with him saying how. How miserable is your life where Dale is the thing that gets you offended? Life must be terrified for these people got protect the Children Choudhry. Oh if we let damn sly and Shit is next next then as they say in a Christmas tour of the Queen Mother of all dirty words. Get to that F word about uh-huh I will be a mother to ask me You mother fuckers Yup said about this one million motherfuckers mad about the D. word. I'm looking at CNN. You could say the word Damn Damn I wanNA tell them that. Let me see here. Remember this so I don't know if you remember this title. Is this a classic piece of classic. Ask piece of television right here. Why love to show this organization one million MOMS this right here? They said it really. That's triple X.. To them right then yeah. That's that's pornography right. The boy boy. y'All is something else what happened with this is is exactly what you say. Martin you know. He's kids can't hear such smut you know because they repeat what they hear the adults here. This man is not is man here is nine example for children. I can even chew food. What kind of role model is this? My kid my eat at Burger King. And he's eating in a veggie Burger to. Oh you know the CNN was talking about this. One million months one million MOMS finds is highly inappropriate when responding to the taste test. He didn't have to curse are if in fact it was real an unscripted. This interview in which the man was not an actor. Then Burger King simply chosen to edit the profanity out of the commercial. Hey Groups Burger King is trying to keep it real and I think it did slip but you know don't say so you'll burgers good like a due to my down to sit of Shit in there or God damn. They would've lost money while hope that I wish that due to be like God got damnedest motherfucking burgers good. She doesn't taste this phone funny. Is that his reaction. Is the most team out of everybody and their brother. That has. That's normal. Yeah he's going nationwide uh-huh spending out sh uh-huh off me at burns Brother had a good times the rest. Yeah the Yahmed about you know so with this organization one million women. They have questioned if you go there where they're talking about this. It's only eight doused people who will get on that flight to respond to this whole initiative and Jesus Christ me can you imagine. Can you imagine if that's your mom Kris. That'd be pretty embarrassed. Smack a rule women relight. This may one thousand moms. Were Mad at the word. Damn those are the kind of mothers that Create Porn Stars. You know what I'm saying. Yeah isolate the MOMS from south the park. Yeah these are the people create porn stars and heroin addicts and bad boys. You know create bakery. People repression will do that. They agreed they they create people who are very aware who've been through some shit they wanna go through again So hey on that end one million MOMS thank you know those action and thank you for the porn stars to benefit coming now from the blame candidates. Yeah Kyle's mom's easy kids Linda. Prison isn't man. I'll tell you what though really is abuse. I think man yeah. It's psychological abuse. You're not teaching your kids. How the world actually is? You're repressing him so much. You're you'RE GONNA make them rebel sometimes in a positive with most of the time in the negative way. Yeah so yeah. It's a sad about that is what said what it said about it. You know what's funny. This was probably the product of a mother like that. Ah but you know when I when I look at these women men. It's one million MOMS. You're for you know because what you do. Is You. Raise your kid trying to raise everybody that. Yeah but look at these moms out there who are so offended by the word Damn and I think to myself a bit the great in bed a bit they fucked the shit out of you. I bet they are not since I met to differ because I bet that's one place as long as Mary and I I keep all this energy repressed inside of me. I bet they let that shit go in there too. Busy trying to protect the world that they're like no known a dirty we we. We don't need to be doing that. Matter of fact I think it is the opposite because it probably getting anything in bed. And that's why they're acting aggressive. They need to take their sexual the frustrations out on something Burger King. You know what when the meat the meat they need wouldn't surprise surprise dues who's got side chicks. They have sex with my wife. Never let me say this. She never let me say this. Yeah yeah baby so man lookit here's the thing with these one million women Mamoulian mom MOMS. I'm sorry one million month thing that bugs me about them is that they take that mom shoot way too seriously. They tried to be everybody else's Mong they're always up in somebody's business always out there trying and I'll give him credit now. I'm not listening. I'm not trying to talk about dengue control. Anything but they did. They were concerned about the number of guns out there and the children and Whatnot fucking ellen degeneres about something because they're Berry Berry anti LG btcu Berry Anti Gay. I was fucked with people about it instead of worrying about them. So raise your fucking kids little crazy we're nerds. Don't be coming up here trying to raise everybody else they. They went to the hallmark challenge in. There was a commercial for Zola which featured lesbian couples getting married getting married and they got mad ed because all they touch lips we do. We have two million cupfuls planner with three. Kids cannot see that how. How dare they you know they tried to? They tried to get hallmarked pulling homework. Did pull it. And then they got heat. Yeah hallmark not was thought it was a million people really. I just think took dishes seriously. I guess they just looked at the banner thought that she was really accurate. Turns out it wasn't it wasn't a full million people apple and turns out there were more people talking about you. Listen to those bitches. Yeah what all this spewing this bigotry commercials the same as porn spun. It on them say like Oh so now you guys are anti gay to wait. Wait no no no no no. You're pull this shit. Okay okay. Okay I'll take you know what I'll take my money used elsewhere. I'll take my money from Zola. Stop watching hallmark chick-fil-a Sandwich man. You know the people said really hallmark. You're going you're going to budge like that. You're going to let them punk you out like that hallmark soon realized that. Oh Wow arisen. Really isn't a million of them. Actually actually more people the estimated. There's a lot more less music music crisis we didn't know we know. There's many lesbian watches chat laurey cool so yeah man this is someone just my own fucking business moms. Raise your kids. Let's leave people people loan but telling people what to say who love and how to react when they either goddamn good what are they gonNA. We call it thing. Possible Burger enough of them all the time. It would stop because it's so hard to believe actually Burger uh-huh Martin's like every time you ate one went. Damn this is good blue. Should use your take about the spit shit all across the route people alone. That's all you gotta do leap alone for some reason just too hard for people to breath eight to sandwich wanted to say fuck. Let them do it and damage aint big of word. It really is not wide enough that you couldn't even stand no you can't and you fooling yourself if you think stopping this commercial means your kids won't be exposed to your word about damn guarantee your your little angels over. Your friend's house watches some do Nelson Chicken ass. I'll tell you that right. Now you see your kid is getting this somewhere. Somehow they're on youtube on your phone. Logan Paul whoever else. y'All worry about the damn you know about them saying damn me why you got. The bug is on the run around tearing up city. Should shut the fuck up with that. Thank you divine appreciate it. Thank you do a commercial mercer break. We'll be back to get into the box office. We'll do that right after this being guitar. Today Sir hot I feel good again at work out there. I told now sweating. I don't WanNA prove you right. You gotta be like Shitty Spoil Petty other whereas could come up with the scrubbing Aso. I'm probably those two data feels good to have rights and US get for being an ass like air man. You know what. I can't stop thinking about that. Lemon cake dessert. We headed olive garden. Man You gotta limit kick yesterday Dow. WHO's GonNa Shit was I? I was like I'm not staying. Welcome back I don't want to interrupt Martin to go off on this limit cake man. I'm not a Fan Anna Olive Garden but that lemon cake dessert they have. That thing was amazing. I mean it's five hundred and fifty calories and one slice staying away from this new but he went ahead and got it. I was like it wasn't moist. Yes good guess moist and limone and the cream. Mrs You know how you look at a twinkie and you imagine what it tastes like. But it's never knows terrible. This is better than what you imagine. But with that hint of lemon as well okay. Yeah yeah mom was that Kigali food All Mar you'll get in trouble. I'm GonNa tell you your Mama's and you should have seen it too because when when don was done because not just order she just to order you know and done order that cake. And he's like a man you almost medicine really enjoy your food cake. We got up to leave and I looked over that table and said look the big chunk on the cracks in the last bits. Young people we were I just. I enjoyed the going to the movie yesterday. People who went to a special screening last night and one thing funds funds entertainment for happiness fines bonds. Pr Bonds PR for having US over there. They do all these special screenings all the time and make it from my angle allows hoping to go into some free. I know man I got I got told. Hey just slide. They're gonNA knock ten dollars off the price so you eh. A friend said Hey. I heard through the grapevine going to do this so i WanNa wear anything. I was like well. If they're going to take off at the end I'll go ahead and order something. I The yeah man. It was good time. Chat Tumba gotTa Adam. Okay let me see. Let me see with captured here. Man Mud clip fray. What's up do what do Or should just order and don order that cake and and he's like a man you want some medicine. Now enjoy your food cake. We got up to leave and I looked over the table. Said Look Big Chunk on the looking at it from my that was nice. Thank you those clips. Guys they help. Yeah yeah they do they do. Thank you clip an easy. If you see some you like on their please Clinton Sherrit flip it like having when you go back to my video producer here and see if I can put the chat to full screen. Bring on that God damn time. I do this with you guys. Every time I show something that you put up here like that it doesn't give me a window doesn't make new a window and then I have to go in and start all over again. Let me some time here. Pull you guys back out my Chen where you go and pull you up next to their new new chant who you go so there you go guys we gotcha acid. Having a good time. We got a day. They look. WHO's GonNa say this real quick? This is nothing too big here. Well not not. Don't let me. There's nothing it's not not too big. It's not a long segment. Just go in and give a little bit of repeal a little bit of respect to kneel pure the pure is the drummer credible drummer for rush and ver- Martin and not talking. We've we've told you guys that I don't know much about the ban rush. 'cause I know rush has a lot of hardcore fans. They go Russia's a lot of hardcore fans there and I've actually seen rush live in concert. Thank you yeah yeah it was. It was years ago. Man Over at the Erwin Center went with a friend man so we went was a huge rush fans and got me a ticket in and we went. I will tell you that this is one of my favorite openings in music ever Ahmadu in today's Tom. Sawyer mean me Neil period that you saw on the drums. The next time we go to we did that We played in Canada in Toronto. But next time man we got like we got a we got to get like a whole stage age affects. Oh pyrotechnic guys coming. Hello come down from the heavens man Sunday service. It won't happen like that you know you know in Paul's dropped mountain into the Tom Sawyer. Rush Man it's an amazing song it is Wanting to win you don't even leaving Washington. It's funny because they focus on the Guitar Solo but you can hear him going off he's like the sound before. Yeah I've heard of it. Yeah Yeah I've heard of it. No I I've heard this before. Let me see if he has to come down. ooh animal from so. You said one of his influence Keith. Moon from the WHO who animals animals based on the meal. purred says you've got a lot of his style and his wild drumming style which is funny because Ki Moon died from an overdose in even the WHO's like too much right right some members of the WHO Pete Townsend has gone on record as saying yet. Probably the best thing to happen do die. Yeah Yeah but yeah man. He'd had a sixty seven. I believe he died of brain cancer. Dane thing yeah. Yeah have you noticed you always add hat on and whatnot. But he died at Brenham that data brain cancer man in he he is succumb to it. Believe wasn't last last week at some point 'cause it came out like twenty four hours later three days ago but yeah he's incredible drama man like I said I I saw him live and notice that he was just surrounded by wall drums when he's out there and he was known for its crazy as as trump solos he was on David Letterman. I mean all this footage online where you can find him doing crazy drum Solos David letterman and he just had to do it. A drum mm solo set. Yeah Jiechi Simpson's Ah you're rushing but yeah man I just wanted to. Yeah Yeah Man. He was he really really jeans drummer. Man I mean they gotta be drums to keep track. Oh Yes ads. God's cool cool man one little dues. We'd like play all these drums and thought that stick up and and miss it and there would be another drumstick. Oh Yeah it is. It's crazy man. It's the guy was amazing talent so it really was. Yeah I know a lot of rush songs but I know I'm not As horrible hardcore fan as you guys out there really love rush so I'm not even claiming to be. I don't know anything about the ban. Just kinda music but it's been in Russia's was really popular on scene really liked him. No one liked them. No I did. Oh you didn't and then after died down here the songs fuck I love this. Yeah no there's a except Tom Sawyer you could not there's no way yeah Working man is that. Yeah clammy the working man Tom but yeah man fly-by-night proud. I used to like this song until I have. I've worked with a guy who love Russian ono singing in. Oh Aw yeah he was. He did A. He's animating stuff to rush as bad as a concept album called twenty one. Twelve twenty one toilet. They did and you know he was crazy about that album. He's always playing shit. Man You got to cut this off. I liked it a love this band but yeah bagging the MTV man This this is why I learned to rush because this song will come on. I used to love the song when it came on. MTV when we first got it if they played this shit heavy rotation About five times a day you see them playing Tom Sawyer it. It's funny what you bring your friend. I just remember that was why rush because I had a guy who was made into. What's Wisha French? Name Names Greg. My first grand go his house he was playing all the time he just kept talking about And I was like man. I can't fucking stand leasing voice. It's driving me nuts. I realized it was just because he was getting my nurse. Yeah then later I was like uh-huh yeah upper belly man. WHO's that chick all right? We're going to the box boxoffice real quick couple of emails. And we'll do that right after this has been fun. Show today I gotTa tell you guys man. You've been so generous today. We had like a thousand nine subscribers and right now standing at two thousand sixty one. Now these do fluctuate fluctuate. I know that but hopefully we can get to. I'll be honest with like I said I'm just looking to get to there. It is down sixty the right there. I guess I'm just trying to get to twenty five hundred by the time we get to me. We'll have two thousand five hundred would good for awhile man you know. I'm never never satisfied but we'll be back to where you were and then some so that's what we're trying to reach by me so I just want to thank you for helping us reach that scare you anything saying that you don't reach. Then they'll be brain membrane. Picks him a little Chihuahua. Hold a gun you have ten minutes. Oh wasn't back everybody. Almost I didn't see the thing run on people saying we love you. We love you we we do too. I love to be here for a while. I would not like to leave but reser say we'll be. We'll be good if we have to. 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But that was the other thing if Let's just say that. Let's just say that if I mean Turkey is an option. Probably the last option but isn't is an option phone. My wife has a lot of properties in Florida. That would be good money for her in Turkey because the money. So good over there Sherry to has some properties to live over there are I could start something new kept me mom would be. I would be mad. She tell you what the bullshit the work bitch. My father say you should get a job. Somebody said then when you buy a house. Yeah I'M NOT I look I. I don't want to sell the house because area that we kind of up and coming but Rented out are listen and you do what you gotta do. We'll I don't want to but you know there's just you do what you gotta do. I mean I don't but that I'm talking about worse case scenario for this. We haven't even started to be a front page. Switch it so it's just a second you know. We're barely into a second month. So yeah we'll see we'll see all right guys. I Akkad dance all night but my but but you know what next next show. y'All started will do something for a man. We'll do some for keeping going you can tomorrow. I won't be here so my wife really won't like the this is yeah Yeah Right Oh why is it. Not Chats is why he got see you broke a did break it. Bro- broke KNOB. Broke the new chat. I can't look. I can't see my in what refresh exactly there. You Go Martin just fresh and renew refresh rejuvenate there. We go there we go there. You guys go all right movie over. We'll do this and we will do the box office fool so much commercial break. We'll be back right after this I'm coming though it's coming. It's coming though. It is just so day. We've got a hundred subs. That's good guys if you get to the Serb. Fortunately a lot of these were subs from people who subscribed on our own. That's right not hitting Nick Doc. Guilty as mark easy. You know if you've got Asmat. I thought she had he nick Reynolds that just over here. You know what I'm talking about over here. You know aside around there a little that means you just talking about this man next in my love life here. I'll go and do this. Do this chat real quick. You see we are that Chad but we doing box office. Jesus Christ help me. Can't find him. Oh here we go let me see. Where's your box office at our Kevin? Thank you Sir all right. Let's going into the top five. I WanNa do this real quick. Let me see here. What's the number five movie? Anybody benches mercies mercies. You lose. It is just mercy. The grossest ten million dollars for a total of ten point five million after three weeks. Thank you for the bits in for the description Kevin Budget on this. We cannot tell but it did open up and more theaters after Christmas So it's up twelve percent exit thirteen percent. If you look at it right here. It was debuted in fourth theaters. That's why Wright played on Christmas Day. It's right 'cause that was was that last that was are. We reviewed this on new years. Yeah because they have the screening pretty early but It was way before it came out before why beliefs anyway see here. Some afford as well locations expanded over two thousand theaters. Two thousand three hundred fat music and audiences came out loving this man a plus it plus plus from all the people out there eighty percent around tomatoes six percent sixty percent female. They love them. Michael being he can slick village continue to play well oncoming weeks though big competition with serious dramatic dramatic films there anything Martin. No no just seems like this. Early January is a time for releasing like movies like this. Yeah it is is. I really liked the movie I know. What did you give me like? Yeah this is one of the bright sides of January like. It's not all just a dumping ground for January January. Sometimes they release something which I don't think is going to get an Oscar but at least we'll get some kind of critical praise and because they thought this was Oscar. Were they were released later earlier. Yeah earlier are early Early but twenty nineteen. I'm sorry I'm sorry you're right so yeah this is but it's not a bad movie. Deaf doesn't give the impression of what the other dumping grounds are for right. So let's move is doing okay. It'll be gone next week. 'cause I don't even know the budget on this but to debut at number five. It's not the best but no usually don't stick around Nancy. Ask going to be gone for wild. It's the only thing about this is going to be that movie that people say man. I was a good movie to decide anything I I did not see it okay. Another of net. All right sir. Thank you okay. Let's go ahead and get off at this move would have been higher. What's the number four moving like a boss? Oh you're right sir. You asked that like the bus you like mining last hope we can gross has also tim me in dollars. It apparently did not perform like a boss. They they said it came in lower than expectations as and did they. They meant now. You're talking about dumping dump this movie. I don't know if you had a whole lot marketing behind it but I yeah not not talking about this. They put up the trailer for this kind of late. I've seen nothing for this film there. You go yeah absolutely nothing. Well they also if they worship and trailers the busy time with so so many other movies during the holidays people talking about right. Here's another bigger comedy out there. People are seeing or which one is that. It's in the top five talk about okay. All right twenty. The million dollars though is what the budget is on this though. I don't think it's going to reach that before Liza but it's low enough to where it might now because stick around you but it was not in the top ten. I mean our top five. You'll be in the top ten in reach that but this is not anything that's getting like great word of mouth got twenty one percent on rotten tomatoes we added to that we weren't crazy. Biggest praises was see it at home. I don't know nobody gives a shit about me. Yeah really really dumb man. People gave it a b from the cinema score rating. That people gave out when they will come out the movie. Yeah man all around on this is this is just received a lot of a lot of poor reactions financially and critically. It's not going to be around very much longer. Let's go ahead and get into the number. Three's Sir Gentleman Gentleman WanNA correct here. Jill Manji North K- million. The comedy you're talking about. Oh yes it is. We can gross fourteen million dollars gone down quite a bit. But it's a slow period. Also is grossed after five weeks two hundred fifty fifty six million dollars on a budget of one hundred twenty five. Even those dropped forty seven percent really hasn't taken a toll on the movie been doing well. We're wise up to six hundred. Seventy one million dollars all right. Let's go ahead and get to number two Martin the rise of skywalker which is starting to fall actually weekend. Gross fifteen million dollars total gross born in seventy eight million dollars though is not hurting. Only thing is hurting from his pride. I know what I'm saying. fucking with Gawking. Man People talking about how is not making as much money as the others. But it's making money. People split where they want people to be more unified. Don't miss this is divisive film. It's not really even that good of a movie to a majority of people out there don was into at boy. That was the funniest moment at lunch when I saw it. I really liked it and you struggle. which is something you don't want to destroy somebody likes I just? I really can't say I liked that movie I really was. I was letting the marketing team needs a sweat in your. Does he WANNA say look brought to the excellent fighter and I just cried. I'm like we say the guy honest cries emotional reactions mostly reaction because I have to say market even tell you I just started making shit. I'd just make really crazy things. Well you know what it brought you joy we we need more join Martin you reach them damn the phone things just talking about you sweat like w yeah it was was man. I'm glad you're there. I thought was. I thought it was stupid. Oh I think it's going to be some big Shaka's behind the scenes though because this is underperforming compared to the first two movies there has to be at this story. Kathleen Kennedy that. Your I mean. It's the it's the end should be the end. Yeah it's time to restart and not. Hey let's remake a new hope all over again. Sure yeah new blood please please. Can we move the fuck on. Please see we make no promises of. Oh please don't let this be a room of Kevin feige coming over. Let him do some with. Yeah Yeah. It's a series of films at the very least. Yes uh-huh I mean. They say he has an idea. So maybe here's an idea for one movie and some suggestions of things they can do and the bad thing about is everybody's about his head ideas. Yeah so we'll see yeah. I had a friend. He he posted on facebook. This is almost a Steven Seagal. Kind of thing where he wrote He. He posted that I wrote a script for star wars and everybody. I showed it to cry when they read it from what I ah better screaming Africa pass around. All my friends told me they cry when they read it was like your ex dude. That means nothing anybody plus a cry from what afternoon they cry for you. This guy the greatest script last night of all time really Who who wrote it? I did I heard something even funnier than that or or great. Piggyback on that Dana Carvey was on Howard stern talking about when they were doing a Hans and Franz skits uh-huh yeah and Seagal was was was the host and they worked skit. They won't have in their sound like off on a here. He twists you into a pretzel. Yeah he'd he terminates you do all this to you and said Steven Seagal kind of walked off and say hey man you you okay. He's a yeah just a wish on. It was here though so I could kick his ass in front of everybody you know. This is the Dan. The Steven Seagal is crazy. He was doing that show. It's a sheriff. Oh yeah this is not a joke. Criminals are laughing at it. Could be my hands Martin. You do something one time. That just had me laughing so hard so we had this guy come by the studio when we were doing cable access He was a little off and he wants to promote is moving onto this go with like a real. He put together to to like put on his sales pitch for this film and so he added the little camera. Es somebody filming him with him filming something else with. It is little video camera in while people film in Him and he was describing what he was going to do this big auditions. He got down on one knee and look so serious and put the camera camera up to his face like he was filming the best thing ever Imarn Marne Wa the Stop the Guy from talk and he kept the right moment where that guy was looking. Margit of the footage pitch. This will be the best movie ever the mail. You would thank God. He's seeing all this crazy shit like Brian pillows. It's hard time we could laugh insulting right there. Yeah Shansi Bulma. You're testing the air. We couldn't laugh and the only thing I could do was just let water run from this one. That was my Lynn. You had that one bag so you you sit there and look and see like that Indian commercial. He's he's straight face. It was painful for him back. Yeah we all all died man. You all tried other guy was. You'd never made that move by the way. Yeah that's right the next time when he came in and it seemed like Oh. He's he's desperately needed medication myself. Yeah it was. Oh thank you for the Hulu Talk. Thank you man. One thousand babies have been very very Tom. Tom Thank you man. Appreciate it guy. That was mad at us. He shows being very nice. Thank you though. He did ask a question when you want to answer the question yell something says the trilogy have been better if J.J. Abrams wants to chargeable three films. No NALI Nali. Two of them them like the fact that it didn't feel like to finish that question. No he was good for getting it restarted and then stepped the fuck out of the way because keep watching the same movies over and over again. I know what I just that question mark us only slightly disagree only slightly really the reason why is because some bring this up here The question was would it be better if J.J. Abrams had directed the whole the full trilogy instead of only two and one