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Cobra Kai: Ninja Riots In The Valley

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Cobra Kai: Ninja Riots In The Valley

"The views and opinions expressed geeks or the influence or that of the panelists and out of our sponsors Amazon.com. MTPA. Parental, discretion is advised. There's a lot of things that come out. As far as media goes or as far as like just shows go, which is going to be a social commentary right shore that do a good job of showing you the hazards of both, right Example. Cobra. Kai, you've got Maggie Dough. They show his daughter and John. Lawrence's son come together in a nerd and for karate and actually. Kind of start to fall in love with each other. All Cobra, Kai though Joe shows which is run by John Lawrence and he kind of started to shift a little in season two. But with season one, he was definitely hard line. You wouldn't be fucking nerd going to be fucking pussy nervous still derogatory where like. For Him. That's what I'm saying in. Coke no in Cobra Kai that is derogatory everyone that's learning under Cobra Kai it's a derogatory term pussy don't be a nerd exactly. Exactly so I'm just like they're you definitely see in the the Union Yang of. You know in that show. You do see that and that's because that's the world created it sort of WanNa have a an echo of the eighties, which is not an my understanding not so much school now like Big Bang theory. Geek is cool. You know to be a nerd is cool to wasn't we weren't. We weren't. Just into our age is a little bit seriously and that's part of the biggest fun of of this transition that's happening with Cobra. Kai from an eighties. Kids, Kung Fu movie because Cut Up ten how dare you seriously dude that cheese People of our age were obsessed with karate kid came out and again later years and all the sequels. Yes. For me not all the. Only, two sequels. So we're good. Yeah there's only two. Know. There's. Only blowing. Thing is that if there is an age gap like some of US dealing with a three out of the four that there. There's an opportunity to see through new lands start with Cobra, Kai where it's definitely more modern where it talks about. This dude that listens to fucking hair metal and drives like a shitty like transam. Transam low another all know he's got a great car, but it's that like nineteen eighties like nothing wrong with that. You're doing it then. I was about to say so how you turn it on yourself correctly. Finds that nice balance of things being brought up like non non binary and and the Internet Internet Internet period www period the cobra kai period. The joke is actually on Johnny half the time where he is the one that's out of the loop that he had one that has grown up sheltered. Stuck in the eighties it's like his captain America like out of the iceberg like. What the fuck is the Internet how and I think that's what saves. This show is that you have kind of elements of the original or movies that has that eighty stone because you have this. Reject that never grew out of the eighty extent is a reference accurate at. Everything around has changed and you have that dynamic between the two and that's yeah we're GONNA be talking about in this applauded on the influences how dare they become a series so good based on a series of movies from fucking. There was no reason. Cobra Kai should have been anything other than like the lethal weapon series should have been just the true like cash grab nonsense bullshit. Series. So were the bill and Ted TV series like it should've came around and went no. Now canceled I will say two things on that whole Spiel des Hobby just did their first yeah. That's a spoil Yeah Johnny. It's you can look at it as a form of innocence because he's kept himself in that bubble for so long and then realize how world a change was depressed Linda Press for twenty years thirty thirty years, four years. What iron for. Thirty. Years. Right iron. Eagle. Arnold to. Yeah I. Remember that. But. The fact of. You had this show brought to you by not just random people. Re Writers. Who loved the movies and saw that was a bigger universe than just those movies and I'm excited to dig and we're GONNA be talking about the karate kid movies as well because you have to reference those when talking about Oh. Yeah. Oh. Yeah. Predominant. What we're talking about on this episode is a a series that has been around for a little bit because it was on Youtube but. Youtube premium service that nobody bought, and so now is this like renaissance of this amazing series that some of us got see some of or all of a time but it is now our time to really talk about we're talking all things. Cobra Kai. Law Rely. What's their phrase? Get A girl Set. On this episode of. Influence welcome. Again. Dr. down. What's Better. Better. Will make. Bernama. Again. All to. Odd. and. It's if if you don't remember what the building expecter Kober K.. That's what he said he like, oh. Yeah. Coburg Kobe. Yeah blocking she's. I, we have been trying to do this episode since it actually dropped on Youtube, but it was not the right time or you know who the fuck spare out. I did it first and then I canceled after I finished that that was the thing is that nobody was actually watching the Nobody was actually watching. Anything else on youtube they did the free trial trial to watch Cobra Kai and then canceled that's what everybody did all the daily had Cobra kind maybe two or three other things through the premium thing that was technically extra than you could just watch on the normal youtube movies, other shows and stuff you still had to pay additional fees for what yet. Nobody did it you're paying for? No Ed's Essentially, that's how Hulu started fifteen years ago. So when it came to so Kobe was too good for Youtube. Fortunately, Netflix's recognize that and youtube was just like fuck it. We're changing our formats just can you take this and pay lots of money and Netflix's yes? Sir, which is not the first time you to I mean Netflix's has done that with multiple sites shows for no host who also I'm thankful because now it's getting the audience that it really deserves. Yes. Right and get to have this episode, and on this episode, let's go over our cast of characters on this episode to my left the Geek father himself running Geek father podcasts here on Geeks under the influence we've got Scottie PD Yo what's happening you just finished today to of water no going through the second the second. Time. I had definitely seen that shoe before because let me say because Youtube again fucked up shit so much people were able to pirate that Shit. So easily easily and just able to get it out there because Youtube You have provided your service, but don't try to step out of your lane. Actually yeah stain your lane. But yet no fucking phenomenal. Maybe HBO maxine Peacock should probably probably learn about that as far as like not being on Roku or is on services. Dating intact. Say Know. Sesame? No, it doesn't make. So that's the point. Speaking of not making any sense. On the. Fan segue. The. Yeah I'm a fan of a team that loses to the Redskins which know the WHO The what started the Washington team Mr Philly himself. In here. With. Cow Smash Lou Welcome I. I would say the only person on this panel that has any direct relation to the Colorado. Because your daughter actually takes karate yes. Yes. She does Obviously it's been on hiatus for a while but she's still very much into it. Actually funny side note when she was recording that I had to fight her to like argue with her to record it because that intro. Because she. So I real quick. She saw the first episode of Cobra Kai because I didn't realize she was watching it like I had had an on touch. Twenty minutes, and sometimes she likes to be sneaky and like watch from the top of the stairs. And I didn't notice. So but luckily, the first episode does not have much in it. No cursing there's probably has heard around the house. She has and watch it but she knows Cobra Kai because she has seen every single credit kid movie one, two and three okay and she knows all about it. So when she goes daddy that goes against what I believe and Mike Honey, this is just for fun just for jokes look everybody's going to hear your sweet voice in there. She's like it goes against where I believe like I'm not gonNA force you to do it but that it would mean a lot to daddy she goes. Fine trying to risk that bell now I a little Italian Gildo learn from my mom. I just gave her a look and she's like find. So we were she recorded it. She was in full stance. Little known fact. Get the fuck up smashes real last name is macho. Macho Rosetti. Hey. Yeah. As actually hold my hand up as. A The Italian motherfucker on this man. Is next up. But he's a spicy like I think I kind of Look Sicilian? You look part rage I think is your. Background is how we? Have we had a good road rage I certainly I think you look more Samoan than anything what you don't want that. You don't want their Shave Shave your head. You Simone GonNA put some fucking travel tattoos on you. It's GONNA be beast. He's not nearly friendly enough to be Samoan. Not. I'm not totally sure I'll own that. All at the rock here that I grew up very close to a community in in southern California with a lot of Simone Emily in San Diego Yeah. Really. Yeah. That where you're from shut up and I would say, yeah, some of the warmest most loving bugging people that I've ever met my entire life which is not Stephen so Stephen. Brown. macgyver here it's going everyone can bring the joy the funk in the rage to the the podcast here. Always, always talk I got. That's all. That intros, everything. He's also wearing a super sweet army darkness I am yeah and last but not least again, this zero Italian because he burns in natural fluorescent lights. I. Walk I have walked to true story not. True Story. Watch I watched the bathroom in the night light that keep on going to have to turn on lights and make. My is all fuzzy. When it's late at night, you don't WanNa. Wake up too much. I've gotten. Ankle Burn. sunburns from the night lights because of how fucking Pay Lion Oh my God that's vampire level. Yeah right it's it's yeah it's bad. Yeah. The big it here. Yeah. Translucent folks there's hitter doesn't glow and sunlight I look like he honorees when he gets out of the Matrix. With the NBA fluid and everything. Fluid that's That's how I sweat. It's really wet. So heavy like you e- gelatinous. Yeah. That's why this is an audio podcast. That's why we posted on on. Tackling. Because after we should talk. Now we're. Like. Okay. There's something there's something very wrong with that man like, okay. No, it's fine. Comments Shiny Shiny. Shiny panelist on this episode. Influence. KNOB. Remember. Rumored. Rate Review Subscribe to everything that we do here on the influence network that you can find a Gui podcast DOT COM and Yeah. Let's get into the damn over it we're. GonNa. Crossover Guide it's hard to get out of it. So I never dies. You're talking about something that we referenced briefly on a recent episode about turning a movie like a beloved movie into a series right and so many missteps that can be taken when you're doing that where you're. Missing the point of why people love the original property in the first place that's where you get like lethal weapon and macgyver, and so I mean a little less. Writer. Hawaii Five O. Of them terrible so bad. So fortunately for us as fans of the karate kid movies, we have Cobra Kai where they. Really got how to have a totally different story with a different tone. It has very. and. They. Also understood how to pay proper. Respect to the original properties as well. There's this beautiful balance they do, and that's what I really want to get into. That's funny. You say that what's karate all about? fucking, Miaki son. Also boilers by the way obviously. figured. Out. It's been out for almost three years. So we're good on that. Yeah exactly. I was that's fair. If you haven't seen it by now I mean, go see it. You know at the very least we're going to give you joe couch and see. From you're you're you're on the couch and watch it because it is on that flakes there, and like I said that D. because the way you brand that Sh- into the ground. It's piracy a you have a way to see it and that touch piracy. They don't need your money anymore actually taking care of it. I hired a shit forever because I don't have to anymore. I, keeping up with the shit that. Don't your motive how did say then? I checked today that it's been out for two weeks. I think he's been on yeah lakes and still number three of the top ten on net. Yeah. Still is Yep. Yeah and this is a show that did come out three years ago. And still doing that well, that means that that's how many people were like. Now Youtube sorry I'm not right youtube red. Cool. That's cool. I'm just going to wait like porno bread or in there like a porn site that has a red to trying to compete with that I. Don't know that's a deeper conversation I. Think Haughtiness Porn I think is youtube red is born I just looked really sexually. Hungry they are. Your Dick is not big enough comrade. LAXA for that big Joe Sad. String and be like, Oh, I'd love some bread right now. I fuck if you've been watching. Are you watching old episode of Real Sex oh Jesus. All right. You're talking about the trend of of the sequels coming out of these reboots with Coburn I. If you've ever watched interviews with those guys, we'll tell you thousand times like we said no for how many years. Longtime yeah. Movies to TV shows getting paid money because they knew how important those characters were and they're like we're not gonNA, fuck it up with some simple thing coming out when the guys came to them with Cobra Kai and the story that they based around kind of almost switching roles to an extent in terms of billy and Danny Larusso like how. Billy Billy ZAPPA HIS ROLE Sorry Bill Williams Aska Say Very quick that what they in respects to the story was they went around and they said listen you saw you saw you know these to these two guys these two perspectives let's switch those perspectives enough. To give not only sympathy and anger towards each equally. So where are you going actually I'm a fan of him this week He's still a Dick. I'm kind of a fan of him this week the way it started though it was a one hundred eighty degree flip and what happened to Johnny Yeah. After the to karate kids sequels we see what happened to Larusso right? Right. We had two movies of that and then not like we literally pick up where he is literally at rock bottom and that's been his life. So it was a complete swap and it has moved forward that in my mind the show is still about Johnny Lawrence and Now larusso is a character in the Johnny, Lawrence Story Again Truth Arguable and I think arguable and it's the scene that we're going to be doing for drunken scene of fucking spoiler that it if there wasn't that scene wouldn't properly inform what kind of show we were about to watch and happened in the first episode. Where Johnny goes to the Larusso Dealership Oh, he's looking for Fuckin- job well, no no, he's. Got Took it there to get his car repair. but but he's down to the his car is fucked up like he's an any so angry that he has to go and face the situation. Of course, the Rousseau is trying not to. Loose bragging and there's this conversation where they talk about the fight and it's like the Russa's brother I think is. His cousin is them and that exchange of. That guy. You kicked his ass yeah. He cheated well, technically kick them in the face illegal kick yes, and he's like. In the ribs like, yeah I got a warning. You won the match and knew that moment of realization for me was a realization like he did cheat like he shouldn't have won that match. You don't think about that when you're watching karate kid when you're fucking twelve right when like thinking about it that he knew that he was the better fighter in that match and that the fact that he got warned on a thing and Larusso didn't get called. On the the hit that won him, the match was something that fucked him for the rest of his life right? Well, and that's the great when you really get into the meat of it during the first season and everything's we're you start seeing the actual history of Johnny Lawrence Yeah and that's where I agree where Cobra Kai is more. So of his story at least in the first season, the season that has grows it's grown I mean it's again. Why you have these three writers come together and what made this series greatest because they saw what type of universe this could be but when you see the Ito You're really go for Johnny and the first season at least in the first half of it you know there. Could hit or miss on the week. But when you see the history and going because you always kind of noon the movies. Okay. Maybe he was not necessarily you didn't know him lean who he wasn't like a poor kid living in an apartment barely making rent, but he was definitely better off. But didn't you see what he really came from an old mom basically married this douchebag just so I could try to have a better life. Is What it came down to a piece of Shit Right Oh. There's a scene where like trying to pay him off to get out of his life in the first season. The first with the first check, and that's that's the important thing about perspectives and every human being on the planet can learn that is that every there's a perspective and not just yours everyone has a perspective. Everyone has a story that they can tell and that's Johnny's and you actually feel and the thing is, is that every watch those movies and every watch them with my daughter and I've answered questions for her and I've. Been surprised at Shit that I noticed again or the first time and one of them is how actually in conflict? Johnny Lawrence is throughout the movie. There's times where he's fighting. Yes where he's a Dick Absolutely, but it and he's angry right and so all of his angers put towards him because it could be. But if you really look at at throughout the film, he's in consistent conflict. What he knows is right. And what he thinks he has to do and that's actually been brought up in interviews and what you even some of the conversation because they that was another great thing that they've done with this series is how they referenced the original material. As well, but like something that they've talked about like Williams ABC I see again I still call him billy. Yeah. Because that's originally like was his Hollywood name was billy's now William but he just does that recently where he talks about that were because. When fuck increase tells him to sweep the leg can do all that shit and he's looking I'm like, are you fucking serious man? And he's got a problem with that Michelle Lawrence. And then again when. Danial actually wins the trophy. He's like you deserve. You know you are a great fighter. You came deserve this even even though it was illegal kicked face you know you know he was like. You got it. You know you you one and he was trying to be cool about shit even back then which goes into that. The teachers. You know creases nurture. He didn't get anything from home. Obviously, he was a conflict of this family secretes was the only thing he knew that the fingers this stint thing in his life there was terrible. That is fuck that was terrible which which ends up being one of the greatest fucking reunions. Oh, three minutes seen all you know short of something like Darth vader and rogue one like it was like. He's Himself in the broken mirror and he just sees the reflection of crease doing the same thing to him but it's funny you're. Talking about the call bags, they do to the movies like trees asks what's her name? Joy. The Miguel's girlfriend Joyce your name the one that joins Cobra Kai. And season. Taylor. She will both as chicks daughters also. Yes. But she's the sweet one she is. But yeah, crease again asser he when he's like, oh no finish him. He's on the ground. She got her point and creases like finish him and and she's like she gives ads down what and he but he says, he says, is there a problem with that? Miss Whatever last name is and I'm like Holy Shit Okay? There you go. That's directly from the end of Karate Kid, and that's what I love about this series is that you're able to really dig into this very kind of two dimensional story line that happens in these movies and really digging deep into what a series should be doing the first place for sure and you have these characteristics were Daniel Larusso is just as. Much of an asshole as as as Johnny Oh. Yeah. Half the time and then also have these weird conflicting feelings about the father figures across the board not just me Augie and crease. But you also have like Johnny Son and that conflict between Larusso, and and Johnny on like who is really being seen as the father figure, and then you've got go Miguel del. He's teaching and there's this weird flux that's happening where all these characters are developing where Johnny doesn't really identify the crease anymore, and then there's this big separation there and he's under. The gathering evidently son and it's IT'S AMAZING MS. Really, great story of like parenting and and father figures in how it goes generational. In this show, all I was going to say, we could almost do a par to on Geek father. Really. It comes down to it because I mean that's the whole dynamic of this because. Unfortunately will say we'll raise one to Pat Morita. You know he would be in this in A. Heartbeat Danielson if he was around. And A. Really, he was the only positive father figure but at the same time, that's what gives Danial Russo in this series the whole like. Well I, know he died, but it's almost like that whole abandonment issue. At the tunnel. Of like what Johnny Lawrence's son is feeling because Johnny Lawrence hasn't been there for his son Yeah because. Again Russo was a fatherless. Broken family too. So he like gained a father outside of that and then same thing. But again, decent re writers especially watching the interviews with them. They Saul such a bigger universe from these movies and they know how to keep with. This is obviously A. Father figure how do you learn the facts of life? The hard knocks on the how you and you see these different variations. But did you see that next generation totally flip over and go to the other side technically on how they're viewing stuff I? Think I think you're onto something there with the crossover with or part too I think we need to. L. We will we will task the exactly really Danny and Johnny at the end of the day, and that's Kinda. The point a Cobra Kai I think is the show that there really are two sides of the same coin. Oh. Yeah. The choices that you make you have these same. Become the sort of the same person but you take different actions based on the people in your life which is nurtured. Secondly, I think all of this sparked. An and to anyone who's ever watched the show is how I met your mother. That's where it's I and I would love to ask the writers like that's where he got the idea because on that show in like mid whatever season they brought. Bill Zappa on Yup and he is the favorite of Neil Patrick. Neil Patrick Harris Neil Patrick Harris says like no, like Danny was the fucking villain of the of the whole movie he believes in his heart, and that's the whole thing him and that movie in the show is that he's the hero like bill Johnny is the hero and And mentioned in interviews. That's in fact, that's that's gotta be the Bark but you're right. It's like it's your the two sides of the same coin is just one of them learned. A little bit later than the other right I honestly. I don't think Johnny actually learned really learned. He was learning through all season one. Into the beginning of season two but the moment that he honestly learned to me was when he went and picked up Tommy. And they had the one guys night out Oh yeah. He fucking ass and dude are playing the show like to kind of talk about that scene they're playing the show must go on by queen this they wake up the next morning. So Tommy, he's dead and as. Saying. Writer as. Fully, an easy rider. Oh. crease. To the class 'cause he's teaching because Johnny's not their Cobra. Kai Never Dies Tommy's getting zipped up in what yeah a body. Body. WHO's the one that said that in credit card one time like dude, you see Johnny's face and he is like shattered. He finally that seemed to me was when he finally realized what he needs to do moving forward the rest of his life on this I want to say you mentioned queen being played the fucking soundtrack and the songs that they use it from the original movies at the right time like runner same song the but will win on Miguel took. Samantha Larusso to the Gulf and stuff that was the exact same song when Allie and Daniel Roussel same thing the senior day. And as late as season two, like the songs that they were playing lined up to certain events from the movie. That soundtrack is fucking bowlers hell. so that that bar fight scene and not just the bar fight scene but the but the scene itself, and just all those guys together was designed to show that you know and you can see it's pretty apparent that all these guys. Are, redeeming themselves in who they were right because you didn't see anything after the fact, right? So they're redeeming themselves. Janis. The only one that now by being around them and seeing how they changed as one of them's a priest right now. Who would imagine right? That's got to be that spark that you really start see his change towards the end of season two, that cusp and. My brother one dude is fighting his hands like Holy Shit, I still do this link. Right Memory Baby No. Seriously you do repetitive motion. That's that's why you see. They show that they're training. You should just saint punches over and over again what you'll never lose it you will never lose that. ACKLIN. Ever I love that there's such a level of reality that gets dropped on the show where you look at the originals series of movies that there's good guys and bad guys the hero story, the movies are all the Heroes Store It putting in a modern tone you realize that there's so much more gray area than that even. Really a bad guy, there's no mustache. Is Humid it's just human that everybody's human in you're rooting for everyone you're rooting for Cobra Kai you're rooting for a maybe not fucking Hawk anymore, but he's a Dick. Duties Douche shaves his fucking everybody knows that you went to junior high school with that was a total fucking Dork and when he got into high school and got into. Football Cross or do you came to convict Bass. Knows that person from like their child, right that did that thing so that's why it's so identifiable is like hock is just that guy that was put down. So long that I'm not into the NERDS, Shitty book my previous experience and how was he put down spoiler alert by his ex best friend who was who couldn't even throw punt without verse three I. Would his ass? Not only on the ground, but it is a glass I hits the wall. Awesome side note you learn from the interviews that the kid that plays ally Slash Hawk actually originally auditioned for Dmitri who is the best friend that really all right yes. And he actually ended up because Technically ally was only a guest spot in the first season. So a lot of dialogue until he joined Cobra Kai. Pharmacy, he filmed it. It seemed like he barely did anything and then he was in a lot more, and then of course that character sparked up a whole lot. So they brought him back fulltime with the second that gives it could be interchangeable solutions. Hawk when he goes to the All valley tournament, he comes out and just does this weird totally nerdy Dan's like he's not a nerd with fucking tattoo remember that he goes for you guys aren't seeing but. He makes the wings and unfortunately I. Guess. That's What I think most of us are the table has learned is it doesn't mean that you can't be a nerdy more. Is that ownership of that nerd dumb as as what makes you not? Adore anymore, you're not Dorgan desperate, you're not trying to swim upriver, but the reason you get on is because you don't own your shit ownership people aren't going to fuck with you nearly as much and that's also something that's discussed in the. Ownership. And all of our shows have talked about is like near Geek. DM, and everything the only reason why Dimitri and of course, it was done on purpose for the the only reason why Dmitry you're like Goddamn mother for is because he winds. One Punch face dude I really do like this second watching as. He winds I don't liners I really don't like. The way he liked the whole conversation between him and Eli where he's just like, oh, the new doctor girl and they're in for its split moment at that party comes back. Oh. Is Learning. Mr Rules like hey, so do you seem like he's just I've got. My Mom. Anything to make me sweat. Slip Up. We gotTA. Take. Our breaks. Halfway, through. The talking about it makes my Benner go away. We're halfway through this debacle that is the Cobra Kai episode we're just so fucking excited about the show, but I'm a great material to what we're drinking drunken scene and more conversation about. Cobra. So stick around listen to some of the information. Some of the other shows the network and we'll be back in just a second. Hey, guys Scotty. Big Daddy precedent here. That's right. The Geek father asking you to join me here every other week with friends and family of the GYI network as we go through all the trials and tribulations of being a Geeky parent. So remember join us or cry. My name is bogus I'm Mike Gaba and we are the House of deeply upsetting where we use our expertise to answer your most upsetting hypothetical quandries such as what nonleague an animal deserves wings and what body part deserves a secret mouth, which it is the worst roommate, these questions and more played you. We answered on deeply upsetting available anywhere. 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Too much. callback and part of the reason why he gets that way sometimes is because of. What we're drinking. We're fucking. We're getting. You want to know while here you go. Hey, we're drinking. We're getting drunk we decided to I think to two of US myself and Scotty both decided to go. Oh Yeah. Dairy thematic with the. Conversation tonight there's one type of booze that that is drank pretty specifically on Koci and it's good i. mean we drink it anyways due to do I. Do I do not like. I did on multiple episodes sir. Thank you very much. Yes. Okay. I'm with you buddy. I do enjoy the whatever cures the cures. Here's the ink we'd. Being quit being we fear cures being queen here's being. and. It's all worthwhile just perceiving to make that face right there. So once you've got. Cans and the little the little grey bottles as well which and again I'm going to say since we're recording now is I want to give props with the bottles the drink of the enemy prop to Pat Morita. MISNOMER MR miaki. Thank you. We know he would have been a part of this project. In a heartbeat was a part of this project you motherfucker. He was all. All. Face neck and chest, and it looks like. There is if we were unfamiliar, there is a new trailer, the dropped for Cobra Kai that the last few seconds of the trailer actually has a few seconds of season three at the tail end of it where early Mr Ralph Macho goes to fuck Japan and learns about some things about his sense say that he did not know about before. That that he is not all that he was cracked up to be prewar say yeah prewar sense. There's talk of bringing characters have not been introduced to the series, but we're in the movies. Yes. Yeah. We say oh yeah. So we Allie wall machine accepted the facebook friend request and I'm horrible about the name but the girlfriend, the Daniel had in. Japan during the second movie apparently she's Guy Rumor, has it. She's going to be making appearances. Well, Danielson is not going to end up surviving his marriage by the season three. You, WanNa that because I would I like this the wife's not insignificant. She plays a major role in his area much. So how he conducts himself even if he gets away from self, she's always there like I'm fucking I'm so tired of your. Setting. Shittier husband because of his obsession over the DOJ Joe and Cobra as well as she put it the rotten this rivalry is basically stupid and what the fuck are you doing well, that's the thing is that It's GonNa come to light because of these two doges especially in school where it all went down at the indices in two I'll share that it's causing a real issue within the community. That's GONNA I imagine you I've Maj as a writer you're GonNa right somebody's GonNa be pissed off like the parents maybe Ninja riot in your high school I think it's going to be like talk to now. I'm also voting for Ninja riot to be entirely. So I I think the the big share. This evening is some cures banquet beer. Damn right and that is what you should definitely be drinking while watching Cobra Kai it is what Johnny Drinks. At if it's good enough for Janis. Good for me. Right Cobra Kai official sponsor of coors banquet being when, when, when, of course, be sponsor? Of Cobra Kai, no coke is so big now they're sponsoring coors. Oh, excuse me they started I instruct hard. ooh With No mercy and drink with no mercy. Oh, they drank with no mercy Kerr's banquet beer. Brought to you by fucking children PUDGY. You're looking at. Like worries pick the No mercy part comes the day after when you wake up truth curious the no mercy players beer when you have some demons that you're not willing to focus on and you see a kid getting meet up so you punch underage children. Beer and just want to watch Iron Eagle. In Iron Eagle to an iron eagle to your Louis. LOUIS JUNIOR IS A. National Treasure was. Let's get into. The. The next part, which is some people's favourite. Some people least favorite part of the show we're talking about making a drunken seen. Adrian can see. ME, mock PK's out. We teased it earlier that this scene from a season one episode one where Danny and and Johnny meet see each other for the first time I like how he's Dany the whole time we've been talking about him. It's Daniel Daniel. I'm sorry Danny he adult now Danielle Damian. Because Dan. It's weird that they did a gender swap for the for the series. They did Danielle. Rousseau. Think really works, but you know you know I'm not one to you know if you like it you life choices man. So this is a scene from the LARUSSO dealership. Where they see each other for the first time and we've got a Daniel Larusso who wants to play that role. How will I'm the closest thing to Italian either fucking? He was I've watched the scene like thirty yourself almost throwing elbow at Ami for that ship your edging yourself just thinking about playing Daniel again point he's been watching anyway. A side note. Johnny Laura I. got it. Okay. Ready to come fucker that. Can Match in his room or you and I. On their. Shit. Rolls Narrator we've got yeezy though I, know. and. We've got a let's see. We've got also Louis Larusso junior who only has one line whoever does Louis will also be doing the narration as well so so I'll do. I'll do I'll do a new song. Okay. All right. So this starts off with some narration. As Johnny leaves the showroom Daniel Spots Him. Johnny. Johnny turns around and sees Daniel Johnny. Lawrence Knew it. Was You hold it how the hell are you Daniel Hugs Johnny? Oh, my God is look at you. You still got those golden locks. God, this is crazy. Have you been? Great man. Thanks. That's great. That's great. Look at you. Say. Hey. A new comer Louis get over here I want you to meet somebody. I gotta go Daniel Grabs Johnny as a new Shannon Louis approach them no no no no. No. This is Johnny Lawrence he and I go way back right buddy. This guy was the toughest dude in my high school when I first moved here from Jersey he and I what we got into a little bit this guy really had it in for me. Yeah. Will you do move into my girl? Well Sham. He's getting bigger now, right Well she wasn't really your girl anymore. I mean, all right. Well, it's all water under the bridge. Way. Is this the karate guy? The guy from the door to meet Daniel nods. Oh. This guy is the guy who asked you kick The bad part is, have you know Louis that's basically Lewis as well. Yes. Fair. Enough. Listen it was it was it was really course match but if you want to get technical like I kicked his face a nation Louis lack. I'm just busting your chops. It wasn't illegal kick. Oh legal really come on I. Mean What about that Elbow to my knee? Yeah I got the warning you got the win. Will will will will will will will will no fighting in the showroom guys all right back to work nice not. Alex. Load your little build up with their rear. Missive to start, and then you got like really like intensely like that's what I would. I really thought that that was so impactful. I actually wanted to do Johnny. Johnny did everybody guilt. Story. That scene set the tone for that. Because then Builds up to the next part whereas the Dojo. Build up again I mean it just constantly builds up until we start seeing, we had to solid fights from them and even the second fight in his apartment was built up from the first fight. If you look at the L do. But if you look at Danny is he's the perfect reflection of where he should be based like he's just. Like I don't remember all the bad times like, hey, fuck see johnny things of his debates all he Ramirez on replaying. He's like a fucking kick your face. We're good joke. You would do that of your buddies right? Right. You know we have talked about the fact that that Johnny has been kind of living in that moment for thirty five years but also Daniel has as well like he built his entire like fleet of dealerships based on literally one of what I assume is many years of of Ninja fights in in the riots into riots in the Valley Ninja right to the valley is the name of the updates. Nice touch. That that that that one time was enough where he was able to be like fucking dealerships, which is dealerships has been used so many times in movies as a thing where you're not good at anything, but you're like locally popular. either. A weatherman or you have car dealerships that's it. It actually sparked in in karate kid three because credit card three him and Maggie start a Banzai tree shop and it was his idea he bought the property with his college money he was always an entrepreneur. It makes perfect fucking sense that he would see big money in high end cars like all right. I'M GONNA sold my first car. This is what I'm. GonNa I'M GONNA cut. The price is with Jenny, gives out free buns is because he knows how to promote. Well and they even he even tell us that story to his daughter about how Even, though he did all that, his first real job was at a car dealership and the way he was able to be quote unquote honest with people is how he sold more cars in the. Of that dealership that he worked for and he grew from there. So. Again, like you feel like, okay, you're getting from Viagi, the whole like being cool with people and Shit. But you you see kind of where that ego starts to come from the series as well and. I JUST WANNA point out call. You realize you just like embellished and played rightfully so. NOT, only A. Car Salesman. GO WHY CAR SALESMAN From New Jersey, you're welcome. Welcome. Don't don't get don't get too hard over there I know you really. Job. Yeah You keep it ends up like like choke. Secretly leg jerks off too late jersey, porn, there's probably as. Tony How you? Tell me how you like Tony Soprano Oh. He watches I don John on repeat. Scissors. Every game every time it comes out I say. Out of that. I did have something originally. Cobra. Kai. SEATTLE. You talk about the rivalries between them. It's important in the how that bleeds over to your kids and how your your unresolved shit. Or you know can bleed over to your children on unknowingly subconsciously Johnny. Lawrence is a perfect example, his while his was more not being there but the Father Danny Larusso is almost too involved until he's you know what I mean and and but his data is so tied into his whole life even the car dealership, the Banzai tree everything is tied into that fight that it bleeds over to his kids and and pretty fucking epic way, and you even see the rivalry between the two dodos affecting the later generations as well. Both with with Johnny's son and Daniel's daughter where now they're in. Their own love triangle of the end of it because of this weird like Montague capulet but with fucking Ninja Chops. It's it is eight does thank you Sir I did you chop Chop at user roundhouse kick at you Sir yeah. I mean it's like Shakespeare in Karate I. Don't want the Director of the did. The Romeo movie in the Nineties Leonardo DiCaprio and To do a remake of karate kid and do the same way where there's like really. High Okay this is not my pet shop. Very. True. Very true but. And that's that's what adds credence to it like you and that's the great thing about the show in general, which we've already mentioned how you can go back and forth about who you're rooting for who's doing the right who's in the wrong. But when you really see how. There are times where Johnny makes an effort to be with Robbie. Things fail but he that's why he takes Miguel in as well because he's like any tells that whole story of like Dude I was twenty feet from the hospital and all I could do was get drunk because I didn't know what the fuck to do. And I'm making up that with you because he doesn't know Robbie had tried to reach out to him. It's really is that whole like? was someone had just taken that extra step to say hey. Do I'm doing this or you need to do this. Eight this story could have taken a whole different turn. Sure. So it the perspectives are funny because in that rivalry Daniela Rousseau's entire life that that we know of you know in terms of the show and in the movies is built off of that interaction with him is built off of that relationship that rivalry. So he almost. thrives off of it whereas Johnny Lawrence on the other hand is the other end of the spectrum of that where it has kept his life. In one place since the eighties and that's what he's angry about in for Danny it's almost like It's almost like he's just rehashing high school but for Johnny Lawrence, he lived in Highschool Yep all those years. So his hatred is much stronger but Danny's just like his hatred is not for Johnny Lawrence it's for Cobra Kai just Cobra Kai. So those Johnny Lawrence. More fit, Al Bundy. kind of I know yeah. where he whoa four touchdowns in single-game shopping's instead I was gonNA. Say All angry, Al Bundy. Miserable Albany like legit like range filled angry album. ex-wife looks like peg. Bundy. So but when I look at, you look at the karate kid series of movies and then you also look at Cobra Kai as a companion piece to those, and you realize that though the conversation that's happening in both the movies and the films is about a finding like center a balance between both the good right add all of the characters that are involved in both don't at all, and literally everything from the movies to the series could have been solved very easily by literally just being a little bit more empathetic, right the fact that these characters even even Daniel Johnny doesn't Matter Cobra Kai or Miaki though it does not matter. All of them are so. Internally focused that they make these tiny little things into massive like. Things that that affect children in the in the community. It's. We'll see what like you mentioned the Love Triangle the whole thing is where originally where? Samantha's the daughter and she's dating Miguel originally in the beginning and how do you? She doesn't want to be like well, he's Cobra Kai but you know because Danielson they're bashing them essentially and she's like well, not all covered I can be bad. You know because again at that point. They're just high school students. Yeah. But then you start involving the whole rivalry of doe does and that's what drives the wedge between Miguel and Samantha or no? Yes. Samantha's the daughter. Sorry I keep confusing with the wipes. Or something But then why she her and Robbie and again together because they're both Neog Ejido Yep and technically they're both against Cobra Kai at that point and. Miguel. Still Miguel and Samantha or so all wooing over each other but they're in separate DOJ. Oh so it does just as work right where you you and capitalism exactly what you know doing we're so has blind rage towards Cobra Kai, right. So the whole period that's not just based on empathy of not having empathy is based around not having any the communication right because when they do if you really watch when you watch this show when him and Johnny have communication with each other talking or hanging out or whatever they're actually more of like they're hanging out or how good eight the car. Right but but when the situations. That appear serious happened SORTA like basically the end of season three with new. Season Two sorry with Daniel Louise's daughter You know getting drunk at the Party and and you know Johnny. Son taken him because he's nowhere else to go. It's the miscommunication. It's the assumption on Danny's part that everything that that guy does no matter what good he seen has got to be bad because of Cobra Kai and Johnny's just like I'm fucking misunderstood I'm trying to do the right now and and you just assume I'm this because you've tied me to that and it's it's like it's which she was a part of. The. Bad. Yeah. Even bring that up. It's like dude, you realize what that does like. So how can you may merely just chastising condone and condemn somebody for being part of it as well right you have no right to do that exactly, and that's really kind of the premise of this entire series is that there's this weird rivalry where all it comes down to miscommunication. Between two people that were in high school time in thirty five years later, they still can't seem to find a way to work around their issues with each other and not only is that an issue between them and their interpersonal relationships with their children and their their partners in in some regard but also they're now pulling children into it, and then of course creases. crease the real villain no creases always present the real over. But before we finish because we're right at the tail end here I've got things added that I really WanNa talk about the last episode of season two because the fuck and like raw turn, the high school, wide brawl and the right the results that came from that were I, did not see that coming at all new. There's a couple of, of course I mean because granted would that just shows how great the show has been a can show such a wide variety of like back and forth about where you stand and how you feel about things but. Because we've had so much thrown out just in the past like minute is let me just say that first off for the character of crease Martin Cove on new I was GONNA say that name run by a road it down he specifically said for for him to come back as crease he's like. There's got to be more depth to it. There's gotta be more than just the heavy duty. Bad Guy. Did it with him staying your visa or something exactly the whole the whole thing with crease and will. Martin. Cove. Said because Martin Cove had something like over two hundred imdb like tags or credits Irvy's he's like almost up to Dany trae level of just like random credits and and basically you could tell he was basically tired of being the the grunt in like the action. Movie and stuff. So he and he he basically emitted that him coming back for this. He was like creases got to have more. So they gave him a good backstory of like, yeah he's telling stories, but they're not really true. He's not staying at some fancy hotel. He's saying at some like he made himself out to be like all the stories you heard about Arnold Schwarzenegger in the in the movies, what it in real life is. Played. But yet when it comes down to it he still he is still Cobra. Kai. As he says at the end of the season that he will be always Cobra Kai in that Cobra Kai is you know so he's not a He's not a good guy by any means he's still plenty of douchebag ARY to have had. Oh Yeah. Yeah but. I just thought it was great for someone like Marin Cove who's always had a role in action films and to be niche to essentially any comes back and even a character that you know was a bad guy give so much more depth. No. Yes. So much more definitely, but the final riot. I'll let someone else talk for a minute because that right was fucking bonker Oh, my God and I can talk about the filming of that as well. How does this come back from that I do want to I was trying to remember his name and I was like while you were talking I was looking at my phone trying to figure it out as Thomas Ian. Griffith he played Terry Silver in credit kid three now he was the war buddy with crease, right? Yeah. Who was super rich you know he was your he was like your mega millionaire like eighties bad guy like dump dump dump that toxic waste in the fucking. Like he didn't care. He was that guy so you already knew who he was when you watch that movie and I'm I'm wondering. If he's going to bring him back for this potential because they were brothers and in season in season three episode I can't even get it right? The movie is the third. Yeah connections. Came in to take Cobra Kai back like he put his money into it to fund it and it was only just to Daniel Russo and miaki pain it was no other reason too much money. Yeah. The causing pain because he was fun for him. So I bet you I bet you that's going to be a huge are coming in. Season Three's just to be covid and it's really hard. It's really hard to actually help these show off to right on their pfeiffer. But I will say as much as I think it's kind of a general consensus that the next karate kid was not a movie, but it has like a Ralph. Macho and others have said in interviews that that is still. Part of the Canon will it's part of the candidates miaki story as well as their story so I think. I don't think we'll get hilary swank in the series. Hey Hey. Did a movie for Netflix's don't. Be Surprised. But I doubt it. But there could still be more brought into because of because again, if you look at the way things ended in season to the huge high school fight and everything, where are they going to find the again the whole premise between fatherhood between the next generation Howard training the kids is the balance in all that still comes from Miaki. Yeah and we're GONNA find out because I definitely suggest those they haven't seen it to check out the new trailer for Cobra Kai. is on this pedestal even now even at the embassies in two, he's on this pedestal my feel like he's going to be kind of. Taken. Down a couple notches and there's going to be some reality, right? Absolutely. So well, that's that's really good about the show on a human level is the evolution of a person especially father apparent because you can have someone a pedestal grown up and you become apparent you realize their faults through your own and your own actions In this case, he's learning Um Secondhand in another country but at the same time because he had him on this pedestal as the this great mentor father? that. As you grow up it's it's a it's a great reflection on. We see these people we put on pedestals who are actually human above human. Yeah. And as much as that's going to help this story, how they're going to cap or top I should say, excuse me top the ending to season to in season three. I hope they do it because based on the way they've been going like that fight scene at the indices into if you watch. Else the way that was choreographed away you here the interviews talked about the way they had a stunt double the way the camera moved it was all one shot camera moved the action or the stunt double duct and the actor popped in and the camera came back. Is fucking phenomenal up and away. How they'll top that was season three. I. Hope they do just based on the way. The show is going paralysis. I mean right? Like we'll see. But that's what I'm excited about season three. Also they got that sweet sweet fucking Netflix's Ma. New. Season three days well for Lucifer I. Mean it did well for lots. Yes. Very much so. And where this story goes from here on out because they've proven themselves to be worth carrying the title of the Karate Kid mythos by what they've done with these season. They have a lot more I really do too I think they've done very well so far. So I appreciate all of the panelists for coming on I. Appreciate the creeps towards for the use of their song by Don for the intro natural on this episode I also want to reference that. Kyle I actually did a karate kid. Yes we did. This is my pitch out on a galaxy com live event. Yes we did go out. Back on pitch up and look for the karate kid episode to hear him try to pair up. Scarlett Johansson with a child. As for. All kinds of raw? Child. It was. Like a six year old or something all kinds of wrong I self. had. This role reaction to that choice. So that's a very. On the spot choice just. Didn't. Feel. Make, a difference. I. Did have John Burnt to have him. But you'll listen to the upset I need to religion to that episode. So join us with re listening to the episode from smack my pitch up back karate kid and listen to all the other shows on the network. You can find that at. GSI PODCAST DOT com links to all the shows, the network and rate reviews subscribe all that Cool Shit Thanks to Scott EP from Geek. 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Rodney Dangerfield still gets no respect & Carnac the Magnificent is all knowing, 1979

The Johnny Carson Show

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Rodney Dangerfield still gets no respect & Carnac the Magnificent is all knowing, 1979

"Hey there and welcome to the Johnny Carson Show podcast. Today's show is from August. I nine thousand nine hundred seventy nine. I'm your host will Schreiner and we listened back. Act Too many of these great podcasts and try to put them into perspective for you. Jimmy Carter was president. All things in the country. Were good in nineteen seventy nine so we kick off our show is that always says you. ooh Johnny that was a reminder to all of us to get out of the bathroom and come in and listen to the monologue well tonight doc. Severinsen the band leader is often Tommy. Newsom mm-hmm is filling in Tommy was always the subject of a Of of a shot or two got a great shot on him about his close. Because Tommy was kind of you know a a dry wit and a good foil. Johnny Johnny got a lot of mileage out of that This show has A classic slow news day as Johnny's to say that was always a the premise for not being to top. But he had some things to talk about to do. He was welcoming the tourists and there was giving him some suggestions on what to do in town about like the southern in California theater scene and of course Janis visit the snail land. Next up he talks a little bit about Faira Faucets. divorce He has a joke. That needs needs a little explaining which China so good at explaining a joke but he saves it with great Killer joke end the bit on Farah Fawcett you'll enjoy that following the monologue Karnak them magnificent Visitor from the east as Ed but sets up so well. If you don't understand the remember the premises Karnak would give give the answer. And then Ed would read the question Johnny had always had fun doing this. Especially when the setup didn't go well or any time there was something that was just a little off off kilter ed got a great Great kick out of it and they really They really have fun together doing it. There was one off color joke. That gets a big laugh from Ed. And and there's one that bombs and Annette even says You'll hear it but as questions if johnny got it right or not. The audience is hot and cold throughout the monologue. But Ed milks when he gets to the. I have in my hand the last envelope. Well that was always a good setup for ed it was always a good reminder for the audience that this better be a good one and this one is and I guess on a show is the great comedian Rodney Dangerfield. Who We've lost a few years ago? I actually even went a to his funeral and it was one of the more funerals I've ever Attended and everybody got up and told Rodney stories and Roddy was a great guy to hang around with. He used to come in the IMPROV. All the time I sit around and the big roundtable improvisation on melrose and a whole court as we say because who as a comedian did not love Rodney Dangerfield I love this monologue and then of course roddy always comes over and sits with Johnny and then of course the model continues is but it's a panel so johnny would set up You Know Rodney on a couple of topics and if you listened closely you'll hear where he talks about How's your health and Rodney's he's not quite there yet so he takes? He takes a break. Because I'm not there yet so Johnny Oh oh okay. We'll get to that but it it for insiders that know the how the panel went. Johnny would have you know three or four topics to to ask Rodney and I guess health came who soon in the equation and of course my favorite and you got to hang in there until the end. My favorite bit is when Rodney has finished all his material there. He's got nothing and Johnny's not given anything so he just turns to the guest to his right and says So how's it going with you because it just floors Johnny that Rodney's out of material and he's already turned to the other guests. I enjoyed that. I hope you do too anyway. Here it is. Here's a another great episode of the Johnny Carson. Show podcast we've got Karnak and we've got Rodney so give give a listen. I know you're going to enjoy it. I'll see any other side and now ladies and gentleman Johnny Yeah thank you. I'll be I I enjoy. I'll be honest. I enjoyed the applause with amazing. How many people think the show is over Outta? Shoot for Billie Joe Bob. Anyway I will. Hey we got strings tonight right lots of strings. One two three four five six seven seven seven strings. Goes our budget for the month. Are you Tom Tom. Dhaka's off. Mr Excitement Mr Charisma Thunderbolt Tommy. NEWSOM only man. I know who wears medic-alert Bracelet says. I'm not dead. Trust me the you're on vacation tomorrow. You can meet and greet Tommy newsom personally. He's autographing leisure suits tomorrow at CR clothiers. Yeah we're GONNA talk. We have what we call occasionally and the entertainment busy slow news day you have to kind of make do with what the region as you can tell us a slow news day today and the La Times. The headline was runaway shopping cart. Career Ends Ladies Watermelon. Now you know it's going to be a slow news day today by the way is another historical day birthday of a famous person. You know. Francis Scott Key Francis Scott tweet see we give history also during the monologue. This is just not jokes. We give history. He was born this day. Seventeen ninety nine and everybody remembers remembers Francis. Scott key as the first man who couldn't remember the words to the Star spangled finished it and tried to sing it and never ever gonNA in many of you're on vacation right and you go to go go to Disneyland and go to the mission picture studios you make a tour of the television studios. been giving some tips to people out here because of the the gas crunch things you can do that. Don't cost too much money for example but we have some pretty good theater out here in southern California. It's not the caliber of of the Broadway theatre. I'll be honest with you. In fact there's a theater called Stratford drag on Pico. And they're having a limited engagement. There's I say you don't get the same kind of cast a run of Henry. The eighth starring Rob Reiner and Penny Marshall. Now you don't have to waste gas to see a lot of interesting things. Why go to Marineland? When right here in Burbank you can see l.? tipplers snail land. It's a very L. templer snail. And what they do every night at eleven o'clock Shamu the killer snail crawls out of a hedge and leaves a slick across Al's patio Al Templer Schnell land. Let's go to the the newseum Rosalynn Carter likes being the first lady President says she. Did you see the news the other night. She is becoming a very strong force in politics in this country entry. There was a poll that showed that Something like sixty eight percent of the people in the country did not have confidence in Jimmy Carter but we have a very strong first lady and apparently she advises the president or anything she when I told him to throw out the garbage and he got rid of his cabinet. All the press coverage of the the president's trip down to Bardstown Kentucky in Bardstown Kentucky seven thousand people turned out but if I were the president I wouldn't get too excited. There's not an awful lot to barged on Kentucky last week. Six thousand people turned out to see the butcher hangup rump roast in the window now a lot of people thought it was going to go small town in Kentucky. It was a waste of time. But actually I think going to barged on Kentucky was a pretty shrewd rude political. Move on the president's part because you all know the slogan as Bardstown goes so goes Harleysville famous slogan as soon as the president staff for they were going to the bluegrass state they stocked up on Zigzag Z.. Beeper the now that when the ban likes Jerry Brown took his first step in trying to run for president. They opened a the jury Brown headquarters Brown for president. Committee surprise. Brown made it official. He threw a sleeping bag in the ring. And the exact run. It might be good idea to have a youngster in the White House. For Change you know be gets angry. You can always holiest wrath and turn blue until Congress. It does what he wants or not. We'll be funny if the election turnout's be between Jerry Brown and Ronald Reagan. The young in the restless avenue. Sad News Farah Fawcett Majors. Probably heard this on the nose fair airforce majors and her husband Lee Majors. I apparently have agreed to split. Understand is suing a waring blender for illumination of affection. He was he was the six million dollar man. Biotic biotic attic man. See if you remember they really are funny folks no. They announced their separation during during their second honeymoon in Hawaii. Actually what happened. Was I understand the bionic man. shorted out and wine during foreplay. She had to find an all night radio shack. We've got a good show tonight later on. Paul Paul Newman will be out here. I'm sorry I'm just GonNa do a joke. He's not here. I was GONNA say the phone would be out during his racing car. And try to break the lap record around Orson Welles but you do anyway tonight. We have Rodney Dangerfield. What a great crowd we have tonight for our next guest famous visitor visit from the east all knowing all seeing hang all of the famous sears? Said's Soothsayer and former relief pitcher for the La Dodgers neck the magnificent welcome. Welcome a thousand welcomes upon your house and household so good to see you again sir. Tim is most enthusiastic suzy. Ask about your appearance here tonight. Never told me exactly what that makes him solemn him that it my three children I might mention their names solid youngest speaking of yes. We wouldn't expect speaking. It can happen speaking of children child. Four trying to have a child before trial the three could play. He's the envelope in bams. Could see this them knows that these are hermetically sealed. They've been kept in as jar on funk in wagons porch art since noon today. No knows the contents of these but you and your divine and borderline mystical way will ascertain the answers inside the question how he never heard the answer before. I love it when intense resigned below number so one would be proper hermetically sealed. I will give the answer having not seen the question. The answer this question. Seven double o seven the seven. What is energy secretary? Schlesinger's IQ DRACULA AND THE OPEC Nations Dracula and the nation's ages named do things. I WanNa suck you dry. In the wake of Karnik will entries on Gary Coleman Gary Cole- What is Wilt Chamberlain look like from the Moon Karnak Crime Karnak act the clean up pregnant camel. Rapper water over your marital bid Nicaragua Karaguanov. Why'd you what? Should you be careful not to do when you shave around your ugly. Five Hundred Laps described the Osmond family sitting down men aroused heard of yaks lasting commitment to your sister. No fooling what do you say one housebreaking a circus clown it really hit into Bedouin. bedpan Dan Roller Skates and Brown pyjama tops. What is Linda Ronstadt where to bid the escape from Alcatraz and rookie named movies and Fred Silverman's future at NBC? This school fever disco fever. What can you get if you use the same toilet? Seat is peaches and herb. Butch Cassidy was the daughter that hop along never talks about hot flash what flesh. What do you get when you expose yourself in front of a fireplace to hold in my hand? The crowd that would watch Bambi through a sniper scope the fire one fire to fire three describe president. Carter's last cabinet meeting the. Here's a very funny man but it doesn't help he's still he's still gets no respect. Would you wanna I want to tell. I'm all right now but last week in rough shape you know I mean the last week my wife. She signed me up for a bridge club. Jump off next Tuesday. It was rough you kid last week I looked at my family tree two dogs. We used it tell. You can't relax your no. We'll place I felt like having a few drinks. The bartender says surprise me showed a naked picture. My Wife my wife is always something. Her father died shutters body frozen. Every time I take a snacky force how to refrigerate in my wife could do nothing right well last week. Correct the crash into a tree. She said it wasn't her fault. You Poodle Sean. What a driver? She is over. The dashboard is a pair of shoes. Hanging belongs guy she hit. They couldn't one out. Some guys stole a car. I said to look like she told me she got the license plate number. I'll tell you what me nothing comes easy. Well last week it went to the track and field and gun to kill my horse. The last week I got stuck to a new book one hundred ways to make love how you ended up in. Traction action was a misprint. I never had any luck with girls. Anyway I know I'm ugly ugly and went to a freak show for nothing my wife. She don't go either in when she gave birth. I asked if I should be in a room. What does she said what phone I got pregnant? You WanNa Room with me. Since I'M A kid. Women always gave me a hard time. Signed my mother never breastfed me. She told me she liked me as a friend. My mother had morning sickness. After I was born. Tell you when I was I was a kid. I got no respect at all kid. No respect from anybody anybody. At the time I was lost in a beach cop and we look for my parents. I sent a copy. Dick will find me subtle kid to so many places that could hide man. He didn't help either. The tunnel was kidnapped. This like a piece of my finger. He said he wanted more proof. Could've went through plenty of my uncles. Dying wish he wanted me on his lap. He was in the electric chill today. No respect last week I was GONNA jump up my window. They call the priest talk to me. He said on your mark the I always have a good time Respect in your livelihood is over. You know it's really nice. Great crowd here. Serena hasn't been John Nice seeing always good time in Hawaii good. What's new in my life? I Dunno nothing new so just trying to keep busy working around trying to visit. Pardon Pommy Zero Hilton now. I Not Be Back in New York tomorrow night. The lobby there Thursday Friday and Saturday. The club working in Dangerfield's then I'll be a new England way next Tuesday. I'll I'll be in cohasset right outside of Boston told me and I'll be there could have been worse uh-huh I'll be up there August seven through eleven that he's south shore music search. WE'RE NOT GONNA be up that way too aren't you. I'M GONNA play Framingham anyhow. Chatto Deville you like. If they're nice people up there Jimmy. In fact I'm a friend of mine getting touched up a good guy. We've got no. He runs it all night trek game. He's the hello. You gotTA break of it. You can't bring on the big time I'm going. It'd be the place where we've been for my life Minnesota in Bloomington Minnesota one thousand lakes. That's right it'd be a lot of lakes over a thousand two thousand lakes. I'll be there. I'll be at the cotton celebrity liberty in Bloomington Minnesota Lincoln Minnesota certain places so far out in the woods my acting to be reviewed in field and stream manage the bears remember. Joe uh-huh I keep Bischel business rough shoe. That's why that's a hobby would mimic my money. My regular job. I sing a national anthem. It cockfights you know. It's a rough last week. My Fan club broke up. The guy died. Aw meet all kinds of people better guy in Vegas lists because working in wild guy from Texas as a big ranch down. He told me his ranch. Does your sixty hands working asked him why the Gay Ranchero Shit. You're all right. YEA nothing but sometimes people to class like a lot women sometimes they act so classy to go to the bathroom Shabazz's I'm going to bet. She's GonNa pout him. I know if that's what her nose a lot of trouble beat your strategy but last we have problems dream girl three months ago. He's going nuts. He didn't know what to do what what happened. The rabbit didn't die. It just stays in critical condition problem. I was talking to my brother today and actually I send my buddies my half brother. We have the same parents. He's just that way as wild having a brother who's gay I'll tell you it was kid and I tell them on the family tree section. You could kill. Everybody has problems. John Kid my meat you my marriage on rocks again. My wife broke up with her boyfriend. Madge always been shaky always day. I got married. That was a beauty. Everybody everybody was crying during the ceremony. Mother cried hotel. My wife cried. She got undressed. I cried I mean. Health is important. So we'll get. Take time out of my chemo. My kid forget it we it could get worse. I don't talk to my kid. He's a mean kidney he put crazy cool my preparation H my daughter. She's no bargain either. I in public school. She was voted most likely to conceive. It could still gotTA watch out for drugs bad drugs so many kids are using cocaine. Cocaine is very big. You know I mean kids today. They don't want to read about Snow White. They want to shove it up. Their nose always something new generation. Where my dog too? She gives me trouble. I got a female dog. Emma she wants fifty biscuits the female species rather it. Johnny terrible terrible. What happened today by PUSHUPS in the nude mouse trap? The quick pressure Johnny's birth. My hope is your L. Dollars Bug. Yeah that's the one I'm not kidding. Mom Getting Oh oh I know. I'm getting old when my legs both kick blue prairie fire holidays No my age. I want to girls at once and if I fall asleep. They've got each other to talk. Aw I assume you're back in a minute the what was I right. I mean that bit with Rodney at the end made me laugh laugh. Hope it made you laugh. I hope you're enjoying all these podcasts. I hope you get to download them if you don't Listen to them live and we hope you give a favourable review on one of the places where you get your podcast cast anyway. I hope you enjoyed all this. I'm we'll Schreiner. I was a comedian. I was there with Jani many times and the memories that come back listening to these. PODCASTS are fantastic. I know you're gonNA enjoy them week after week as I do and I hope to see you next week another Johnny Carson. Show podcast see you later.

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Weekend with Uncle Johny

Elvis Duran Presents: The 15 Minute Morning Show

17:13 min | 1 year ago

Weekend with Uncle Johny

"The in this election of course of questions loading maybe the greatest freedom we have I'm not letting pandemic take that away how do I vote by mail? Moved Quandary. He's still there are answers. It just takes a few minutes. Make sure you get right I'm GonNa make sure my vote is counted introducing the largest voting information campaign in us. For official information from election authorities, visit facebook, dot com slash voting info. Center this message was brought to you by facebook. To four would you talk about on your on your podcast? Strand presents. Shell. we have to dedicate this fifteen minute podcast to Garrett's hair. Yes. Looking that I like. I, like. Wish I could do. Some hair that would be great. I just had some little hair in a little more. There's. There's froggy Scotty B is in his. Guest, Bedroom. But we can't hear him. There's Gandhi and scary straight nate who looks like. TJ, who's to be on our show? It's crazy. How much can only Garrett in Dave Rhody Hi guys welcome. Got A haircut brought. Did you get a haircut? No knowing look like he looks like he got a cut that's looks different than lower love how rodents carry get along like scary magazine. accused. Anyway let's try to get along voice. Can We? Broke. Down in the basement and two storeys up the one and only uncle Johnny show I tried to conjure him into the room. Police. Let me. Let me call it. What will take longer getting him in zoom room or having him come downstairs. He'll soon. Have you seen him walk I mean. I saw uncle Johnny this weekend and he was wearing maybe my favorite outfit I've ever seen wasn't which was. A hell lady shirt sweatshirt a gold chain outside of it, and then football pants. With like. Something on that had to do with football I was like this is an interesting. Uncle Johnny. Come down and join us for the fifteen minute morning show podcast. Okay. Do you remember how to get down here? I think so. Did I, catch you in the middle. For. Any. He's GonNa Warehouse shoots those cheap house you get at hotels. Yeah. I'm GonNa, wear these in the house. So I don't track my stuff in from outside. So then look he's walking around outside and how shoes. You, need to be committed. To Watch. Who Do you have to watch more so you're two dogs or johnny when he's over I don't know someone's shit all over the floor in there. I think it's not uncle. Hope it's the dogs. He should be down here in a minute if he remembers how to roll down the staircase. It is that you johnny Oh Johnny here gives these headphones over here he made it. You want to sit down busy have his hair and teeth and no he he has his teeth and not his hair. The microphone doesn't work. You'd have to use those headphones right there. All right. You got to come here come over here with the Mike. It's GONNA be awesome. Don't get too close. Come over here. Can you hear me? Can you hear me in the headphones? GonNa, the KNOB. Oh wait a second hold on now what I saw uncle Johnny the. Video that was on yesterday yesterday on Instagram and he was wearing that same exact sweater has aged out of. that. Old Man Smell here. Off Johnny Sweatshirt I decided to keep it on. It was only two days. Off. Everybody off. Showered have you showered? Going when I get home today and weaving in about an hour all the poor drive you home. I don't smell that bad. He's really good old. Uncle Johnny. Got Alex, spotting all over the place. Host. Johnny. What was the most embarrassing thing? You did this weekend? that. Doesn't make sense. He doesn't think anything he does is embarrassing. Elvis what was the most embarrassing thing he did? Garden Donnie. What's here's Alex? Alex uncle Johnny took out his penis or this week and. He showed his penis to Gandhi. Do you remember that Gandhi ideal I? Remember that we named it after a food item I won't say what the food item was. Where do we? Know it's not remember the garlic not. Anything that would be anywhere on a person's body. Here's the problem. As you know as is getting older, his penis has been retracting into his body and he can't. He can't dig it out, can't pull it out. It said operations that I had they. They pulled out those those tubes in everything went end. Tiny like mushroom things sticking. Out. As Gandhi she saw is it like a little mushroom thing? I can't really describe it? No, it's not. There's nothing and correct me if I'm wrong johnny, there's nothing. Sticking out, it has actually retracted in and imagine like it's a little twisted. There's like it looks like garlic not on on the bottom of his stomach pain. He'll show you. I think you to please be my thing that. Yes. He wants his way back. Side I hit a normal thing for the years. Now I have this I don't know what the hell. So how do you alien up? I have to pull it out. I saw it does pull out so it's almost like retractable. So. So when you then. When you let go doesn't like. SNAP. Back. Back, in again Jack in the box and if I have to sit down and and. It goes over by balls and down. into the toy. Has. Changed. Over your scrotum. That's it. Wipe your whole scrotum off. Yes, I may. I is this quota. PODCAST we're doing. Couture. Pocket now you can say whatever you want. We're on the podcast all we can forty he says, I turn the radio on heard froggy say fuck I mean you can't say fuck on the radio as it was the podcast uncle John. No Shit. Are, we done with? Talk, is this what do you want to know about the podcast? What? Yeah I got. Can we ask him anything or no? As uncle Johnny anything. Johnny when you get when you get when you get a boner like does it didn't stick out or you gotta pull that out to. Honey if I go to Boehner I'd be so happy. I always say get it up. It's yours. I WanNa I. WanNa hear one of Uncle Janis classic stories when the days when he was a bouncer. At clot nightclubs and you know what he used to I heard you were you were goon, right? I. Was a Bouncer at. At Can't think of the dame. Side she was very to the Two. Lanes she was married to the. Taylor buried him. Reject Burton a civil burdens. It was called symbols and it was an upper east side in the sixties and I was escorting Judy Guile and around I was her escort and I'd bring her up to the buys and things and I was the bouncer there. during the week and during the week. Patty Duke and Liza Minnelli came in. And they were sitting at the bar and they were having cocktails and I said Hi 'cause I saw earlier at the house and I says Ourika. Tonight to define I went and they went back out to the door and Ben the owner of the club came over and said Johnny you gotta ask them to leave. I said, do you know who they can't leave the? He goes johnny the Doing. Cocaine at the. Back in the sixties seventies and I said, oh no, they wouldn't it and so he's. They must leave. So I went up to I said girls you've gotta leave, and that was very embarrassing Liza Minelli. Hey Johnny what was the toughest? You ever got at the bar like what was your tough guy story did used to beat people up John Manelli. Well, let's take the they got me upset I. I change a little. You want to hear a little yes please. Hey, don't fuck with me get the PUCK OB here. In. fucking. Dog. Johnny. Adams. What then happens when I'm on the street if anybody. Did you hear your uncle? Johnny do that. Question. I have a question for uncle. Tony Uncle Johnny. Now you had sex with merv Griffin correct yes. Now now we're you was this. Just a friendship thing or did you say that you were a Gigolo and he paid for sex? No, he didn't pay me. Okay. Did he gave me a pre show? Oh I'm so. Operate as Gigolo. Yes Very short time they wanted to come a hooker. And so I said China's GonNa set you up with some people whose they yet. Another hooker who bet me on the? That'd be jody and everything so. Why why don't you You know be can you do this and I said well, I don't know. Five hundred dollars this is back in the sixties and what did you do for five hundred bucks paced their bed with them what is your? Just. Like give them a little handy or do you have to go all the way? Well, what I did I got in a cab would get to the we went to the Hilton Hotel by Central Park South. Right. The Hilton or whatever it is. Tear with and we went. Out of the cab I, said, that's all right I. got this and we went into the bar where you paid. You paid. So we went into the bar. He's stills my microphone. Finishes, Norio trying, to cut in the middle. He ought to say what are you gonNA have I I'll have this and he said he'll have a drink and we 'cause he had his room upstairs so we added the drinks he says ready to go and I said sure I says Could we check please I take care of that. And so pets he he looked at me and he says, how long have you been doing? This is not long why he says whispers to pay. Cooker. Worst. Abbas. So I went upstairs he tried to do something I, turn my back to him and I drift off from. Did He. Turned his back to them. Tim and jerk democracy but you. Know I. He was laying in bed basically and I turned around. To look at them. List. Hooker every. That's that's what they told me. Extra. Johnny. Use. How much we don't time all. We got just two and a half minutes another we got room for another story. Uncle, Johnny. Johnny. Did you ever sleep with women? Did Women Pay You for sex? I? Well I did sleep with a couple of women and never paid, but I kept giving very abuse because there was nothing there when I went down. I. And now I'm living whole story in my life but now it's inside of me. PAYING THE PRICE I. Love. This cartoon. Oh my God how many? How many different women have you been with Jani? That three. Asking Daniel. One of the most impressive things. Other than these stories. Johnny ever told me is how many blenders he could have going at once how many drinks he was able to make at one dad's with Hello Lady came from when you were talking about earlier I had thirty six blended at one hundred and twenty drinks in six minutes and it was fifty five years ago and I was bartending and. Everybody would be around their handing these drinks and I'd say how lady because they would say how much and they'd be digging for money and I had five deep at the bar. That's where the whole old lady come from how Come on I'm busy here. Can we try to recreate that. We try to recreate that thirty-seven blenders to. Now, who will break your record? We'll get thirty seven blended. That was fifty five years ago. I was like twenty, four years twenty, we're only forty five. Blenders do you think you could do now that I'm going to be seventy, nine and eight `fo-. But how many blenders could you handle now? I do now I do about six. Wow. That's still little more than I could do good for you. How many men could you handle at once now? Talking with your back turned. To. You know it's over made for that I just enjoy looking. All of this is that uncle Johnny just nonchalantly said I met the hookup through Judy. Judy Garland. I've met them while I was bringing route to the gay club Oh. I had a lot of questions. This is a great. What a nice surprise of. Drop. In Russia. PODCAST. I want to hear more of your bouncer voice yet send us off in your balance or voice Johnny. Aright. Scary. Don't fucking with me because you're going to be in trouble. You See. Your. Door. That said John. What did you take a bath? The fifteen minute mortar shell. Nine Super Bowl appearances six super bowl championships the New England Patriots Tom Brady and Bill Belichick are the greatest dynasty in NFL history. I'm Gary Myers NFL sports journalists over forty years join me for a new podcast the goat Tom Brady. I pull back the curtain on the greatest run of sustained success by one player and one team in NFL history with never before heard interviews with Bill Belichick. Bill parcells Robert, Kraft Tom, Brady senior coaches, friends family, and of course, the greatest of all time Tom Brady the margin of error is so slim and there was a couple of plays in each of those games at if it goes our way we win. and that's for bone. That's the way it works, and that's why it's hard to win symbols. The Goat Tom Brady is available. Now listening follow on the iheartradio APP, apple podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts.

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Ek Chhoti Si Mulaqat By Sarveshwar dayal saxena |S6 Podcasts| Feat.Shivam Sandoo |Episode:15

S6 Podcasts

04:03 min | 5 months ago

Ek Chhoti Si Mulaqat By Sarveshwar dayal saxena |S6 Podcasts| Feat.Shivam Sandoo |Episode:15

"The Took pc malacca could automate. Arsenic is silverton. Beach sub dunkin celtic core leaky art abu to teach honing sufi to give them that standing up. Namus can't quit. State mitchum madan you see a sequel legia divided creek uneven se dorado took cassica china abuse manana. Or if i look decorating which state our on yet these times. But i'm just year deeply for hope. Johnny oh was it. S got on dissimilar economy subdue pygmy deltaic boy. Nobody big big got the button up. Need sleep on. Google such out that which offer back from getting butter from which make how i get any rally. Mookie are getting apart from lavar haughty jerry. It puts the outback. Not did the judy gets up to discredit up. Nick capri cafaro. It's dawar is big support all. We'll see john disciplined or battle up. Ross sneaky silverton ham. I repeat towards subdued in deltaic coil. Open new some otaki media. Can't some bit thomas or back a beat it. Off sneaky silverton mighty adopt nause simpson. Do all your debit cards up. Epi suna seem locked up service a balance a need been boca raton. Get up escaped apple so much up suit. Our but the up sunday i'm suffer.

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Boy Steals Bus

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

07:31 min | 1 year ago

Boy Steals Bus

"At target each item you put in your cart brings more good to life like a coffee brand that more is to black business natural laundry detergent that puts a lighter load on the planet wheelchair friendly Halloween costumes that set make believe in motion and make up at celebrates beauty in every shade. Here. The good you want is always within reach because target we believe in good we can all afford. What's it like to drive the Volvo xc ninety plug in hybrid? The thrill of four hundred horsepower t eight twin engined. The joy of impromptu road transit. And Serenity. Of Electric Power in pure ECO. Mode. Visit A. Volvo retailer today to experience the xc ninety recharge plug in hybrid for yourself. An eleven year old Baton Rouge student led police on a wild. I mean wild high speed chase. Guess when he was driving though this is a craze ward of big yellow school bus. An unidentified. Eleven year old unidentified somehow managed to steal a school bus and then fled from police when they tried to stop him according to authorities the eleven year old. The y the ride was wild it was intense. It was for forty five minutes just to joy reid. He was taunting the cops flipping them off several times throughout the chase really at eleven. It's a miracle. The boy was unharmed because he hit three cars during the chase. There's video of this wild chase and also a picture of the little boy handcuffs at the scene. He's charged with theft of a vehicle aggravated flight damage to Palmer deal out on remaining salt. Okay. How about? And say, this is a white baby I. Think. Was the baby white shoe. Steel living. Okay Nobody whoop his hands after that. I'm sure. Well. I you know if it was a black kid, we all know what would have happened. Right there, and it own the bus wheeled. Yeah. I mean. His parents his parents quote. Now we want them to different time Oh. Yeah. Yeah. Baby. Still. Have you heard of an eleven year old getting arrested though that was kind of unusual for he was only eleven. Flipping the cops off and everything. Wow. Have you ever taken your Casey none of the jokes? I'm right. STORY RIGHT AL's. No He's Paul. Get his ass I'm sorry. No He's supposed to get his ass. Would come on. Yeah. A school bus. What if? Yes would have happened for your funeral arrangements. What time? To Buy. Flowers to. Write. Story viewing information recess the all American man. Still a bus and thank you just come on that anal status. The bus Tommy you, keep saying he can't was going have he stole a bus and he got arrested yeah. Why has no one hooked his AF he his income. We tell us a little whiteboard. What Story you're. Not Getting. We tried to stop you awhile. Information. I'M GONNA go out on the Neil I. Knew White Kid. And that our understand the whole story or forty five minutes. Three day I'm cars and the clubs cleared up for me. Okay. So what you're saying to me Look White Dwarf can't get is a hoop, but still in a book. I don't know what I don't have. No. Clear. Okay this what he got time election. Why did you take the bus time? Where were you going, Johnny? Oh he gets you go into jail let this list and you're gonNA. Get Right. LET THEM GO GO A. Hobby. Housing, what part of this united getting? Explain some team Tommy. I guess because we can. No no no. No we can try this. Work. Tomorrow. Morning you go down and you still a school bus. Oh No no seriously surely they going. Thank. You. steeler school. And then I'm going to show you what happened the yield black. But what I'm trying to understand? Not Clear. Why can't we worked the young boys behind because. It was a white baby to stone at bus, Tommy. But what what they go? No go go down there and I'm GonNa show you what can happen if you still a buzz. Youtube. Tomorrow. Up in. His seat same hyphen. Say. All, right we gotta go coming up next nephew and the prank phone call for today right after this you're listening to. Morning Show. Are you ready mistress the heads fixing podcast Tuman. Bay. Yes. Reaches is. Final season. While not as. If you are to saved. From. IHEART RADIO AND GOLD HOPE PRODUCTIONS Steve Coming of the child affiars wealth destroy. She's dead. She came back. Something's going to happen. You need to be ready from creators. John. Scott Dryden and Mike Walker me. Because Greco, you are the hinge of history skulls whenever about the past they were about to future. Bay Season four take me to Tuman Bay listen and follow team and bay on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts. We wait. To invade. Known, as the world's largest online conspiracy theory. follows. Believes someone cool. Q. Is provided them with information about deep state Kebab within American politics within seventy US congressional candidates be the shared or outright endorsed. 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Listen: The 2022 Maryland Gubernatorial Race Is Shaping Up

WAMU: Local News

05:48 min | 5 months ago

Listen: The 2022 Maryland Gubernatorial Race Is Shaping Up

"For a second time in less than a year the us house of representatives will vote on a bill that would make dc. The fifty first state here to talk more about this and other stories from this past week is washington post senior regional correspondent. Robert mccartney good morning bob. Good morning esther. The big news this week was the dc statehood bill which was approved by the house committee on oversight and reform the bill now heads to the full house of representatives for debate and vote. What can we expect to see. The bill almost certainly will pass just as it passed the house less than a year ago. The problem of course is as before in the senate. As far as statehood. Supporters are concerned. The democrats definitely do not have the ten extra votes. They need to break a republican filibuster. Frankly they may not even have enough votes to pass statehood with a bare majority. I'm not at all sure that moderates like west. Virginia senator joe manchin would vote for statehood now so while the house. Vote the very likely house. Vote in favor of statehood next week would have the good effect for statehood supporters of attracting positive attention to the issue. It's still very much an uphill. Climb in the senate. A new twist is that twenty. Two republican state attorneys general wrote a joint letter saying that only that statehood was unconstitutional. Which is an argument. We've heard from opponents in the past but also objecting that statehood would and i quote empower the ruling class now. This is a new argument playing on stereotypes about. Dc is nothing more than a bunch of elite politicians in fact only a minority of residents even work for the federal government and a lot of the so-called ruling class around here live outside the district in the maryland. Virginia suburbs beginning of maryland. Wanna shift now to that state. Lieutenant governor boyd. Rutherford announced that he will not run for governor. What's the significance of his announcement. It opens the way for other republicans in maryland to seek to succeed. Larry hogan as governor hogan is term limited. Can't run for a third term. So wasting no time with rutherford out of the way. The state commerce secretary kelly schultz announced that she would seek the nomination. She's often been mentioned as a possible. Gubernatorial candidate she comes from frederick and previously was the state labor secretary as well. Another possibility is michael steele was pretty. Well known a former lieutenant governor and former chair of the republican national committee now he would not have the advantage in maryland of having worked in the hogan administration hogan of courses has very high popularity ratings and also steel is very outspoken critic of donald trump. So that that would probably hurt him in the primary and what's happening on the democratic side of the maryland gubernatorial race this. There's news there as well. A former prince george's county executive return. Baker said he plans to seek the nomination for governor. He ran four years ago but didn't do very well. The current prince george's county executive angela. Brooks whom i expected to run has said she plans instead to seek re election as county executive though the front runner on the democratic side is generally believed to be the comptroller peter franchise. He has very high statewide name. Recognition and a substantial campaign chest. Some other possible candidates are doug gansler. Who's a former attorney general for the state former democratic national committee chair tom perez and baltimore county executive johnny olshevsky better known as johnny. Oh and finally in virginia fairfax county. Officials approved the extension of told express lanes on. I four ninety five. Tell us about this. Bob yes fairfax. Ok'd widening the ball away from the dulles toll road to the american legion bridge. Which of course is also the maryland state line so this would add four lanes. Two on each side told express. Lane's nearly three miles to fill in. What would be the last gap to complete the project of adding the toll lanes to the entire virginia. Half of the capitol beltway. These new express lanes are expected to open in twenty twenty four and this means that virginia will have completely finished adding the tolled express lanes on its side of the beltway before maryland finishes adding even a single one. So you know. Virginia's way ahead of maryland on this now that's largely because there's much more opposition to this idea of adding the toll express lanes in maryland largely for environmental reasons. There's you know agreement to rebuild the american legion bridge but that hasn't actually begun yet. And the whole maryland project is currently on hold because there was a controversy over whether or not a bidder for the project the private company that would be the private partner in the project. There's a bitter feels. It was treated unfairly so until that gets resolved. Maryland can't go forward. Robert mccartney is senior regional correspondent at the washington post. He joins us most fridays. Bob great talking with you have a good weekend. Good to be here thanks.

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Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network: The Jim Rome Podcast (BONUS 1: Mark Cuban)

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Yet they played asked sleep. Welcome to the Jim Rome, podcast and welcome to episode seventy nine with my guest, the one and only Mark Cuban Mark Cuban is not preneurs. He is the owner of the Dallas Mavericks. He is a business mogul ATV personality. A media pioneer. He is one of the most interesting people on the planet. I am pumped to show this conversation with you hard to believe, but I've been rapping with Mark Cuban for more than two decades. And this is that kind of conversation we cover a ton of ground all the way back to when cubes was teaching dance lessons to sororities to nearly losing a digit chopping ham in Pittsburgh to slamming sake bombs with Dirk Nowitzki in Vegas all the way back to the officiating in game one of the rockets warriors. If it sounds like we covered a lot of ground. It's because we covered a lot of ground. So pot up at seventy nine with the legend Mark Cuban starts right now. Mark. I gotta say it's been a minute or two since you and I visited in fact, I can't imagine this case, but maybe not sense you win you and I used to text back and forth about the release of our beloved T mobile sidekicks, though it was ever how rat asked that was, you would hit me up on technology, all the time, and I had to try to brag about what phone I was getting, and I would tell you about my new Samsung fold, but got recalled. They already recalled that thing. Yeah. They brought it back. My phone was great. Man. I loved it. I mean, I it it opens up. So the, the screen is big. And you know, it's the only downside was it didn't have a headphone Jack kind of like the iphone. But other than that, I love that thing. I can't wait to get back on your that's really something I did not get one, because the fact is marquee, you know, it's kind of crazy. I'm I'm an iphone guy, not because like I'm such a disciple of that. But the ecosystem is so crazy that I can't live without the I message literally everything I do is because of an I message. Is there any cure for that? I believe my attitude is I actually have three phones, one on each different networks. I've got t mobile, I've got Reisen, and I've got AT and T. And so, two of my phones were Samsung on one is iphone, but, like when I travel, you know, me, I'm not a meetings or or phone call guy. And so if I can't get access to a network to do my work, then then I'm stuck. And so I, I have a little bit of everything. So I'm I'm equal. Equal opportunity. It really is amazing. Given what? You've accomplished. You are not a meeting guy. You hate meetings. Don't you hate a man? It's just the biggest waste of time ever. I mean, I'd rather listen to two nails on a chalkboard. You know, because you got to sit in there and you got it. So how the kids where the doughnuts what's going on? Then you got to set up the meeting, and then, you know, the people who have to talk have to talk. And then it comes down to okay. What are we going to do for our next meeting where I'd rather be like, okay, just send me an Email? I'll ask you my questions. You know, you give me your answers and not only, you know, can we do it? Whatever time we do it, but I have emails, going back twenty five years. So all I can search back and literally I could go back and, you know, brag about, you know, Jim Rome being on on audio net back in nineteen ninety six, you know, and have emails from back then got that is so great. In fact, what about that, Mark, you go back to nineteen Ninety-six? And I think that's right around the time you and I started communicate when you when you back then we're trying to push things like internet broadcasting, when people didn't even know what the internet was if what was the. General reaction when you were pushing audio over the internet, how much pushback was there was like you moron just turn on a fucking radio. Turn on a fucking TV. Yeah. Right. It's just like what are you doing? You full. You know, it's just like don't you know how to use a radio, but you know, because back then to just to get on the internet. You had to have a PC with the modem download TCP IP software. Then connect to you'd have, then you have to have a browser then you had to figure out how to type in the WWW, you are L, and that was complicated. And it was slow, and so, you know, and it was expensive, too. So people really didn't get it that, you know, it was pretty obvious to me, and a lot of people that all that stuff was going to get easier and a lot less expensive. And obviously twenty some years later, you know, it is what it is. But if we go way way way back, I mean, now you obviously one of the most successful and recognised launch preneurs of the generation, but you grew up in a working class family in Pittsburgh. You don't when you were coming up when you were growing up where you kind of set aside is like some sort of prodigy the wonder kid every. Had extremely high hopes for. No, not at all man. It was. It was. It wasn't that way at all. I mean I I was smart. I mean I wasn't the smartest kid in class, but I was up there, but I mean my dad did upholstery and cars, and my mom had odd jobs, and I mean, I remember being in high school, and my mom being worried about me. And so she got me a job. She was working in a real estate office, and she got me a job, working for the owner of the company lane carpet, because she wanted me to learn trade, just in case things didn't work out for me where I couldn't afford college. It's amazing. So she want to make sure something to fall back on time. You gotta hustle you already were you were working your hustle already. Oh, what kind of jobs, did you have on the way up, what types of things did you do? Oh, lord. So, like I still baseball cards when I was like nine ten years old, to kids in the neighborhood, I would, you know, Pat repackage them, so you had a pirate, you know, in because I grew up in Pittsburgh, then full garbage bags. My dad got me a job for a little side hustle. So I can get some basketball shoes. I sold magazines door to door. I mean I can still. I remember some of my pitch, you know, bam bam, bam. If I you know, if you this is back in, you know, in the seventies and eighties, if you told your husband that you were spending twenty nine cents a day for the education and enjoyment or your family when he'd be really proud of you. And then I just did everything I was a stock clerk. Well, this place Ralph discount and Pittsburgh. That's so listerine and I would balk on boxed listerine and put it on the shelf. I worked at a grocery store called gracie's. I worked at a place called is lease in Pittsburgh and Pittsburgh. There's like a local delicacy called chip chop Pam. And so like the first week I'm working there. I'm I'm slicing ham, and I wasn't paying attention. And literally, I sliced off the tip of my second finger, and it's just like blood everywhere, every fortunately, it didn't do any real damage. I just gotta let funky fingerprint, but, you know, I just did everything into college. I mean I paid for my junior year with a chain letter. It was just doing disco lessons. I just, you know, I think I invented the work side hustle. That was my life. I was gonna say your mom was worried about your mom was worried that you might not have something to fall back on when you were grinding it out. By the way, the disco lessons was that help pay for college? Or did you do that to meet chicks all the above? I mean literally, I got paid twenty five dollars an hour back then to teach dancing to, to sororities. It was the best job ever. I mean twenty five dollars an hour. Are you kidding me? I think that job now that is so much money, then is so much money. So then you go to you go to Indiana. And then you bounce from there. And you go to Dallas at that point, so you get out of college, how much money did you have in your pocket? Then in what was the plan when you headed to Dallas? Oh my God. I had nothing. Right. So. I literally had a bar that I own with a friend in Indiana. And we got shut down for underage drinking. We let our friends in, and so, and that was probably the best thing that ever happened to me, but I had, you know, I didn't really have money. I had a nineteen seventy seven Fiat x one nine with a hole in the floor board. And I had a bunch of buddies that had gone down to Dallas and one of my buddies. Greg shipper was, you've got to come down here. You know, the weather's great the economy's good. There's jobs. The women are hot. You can stay with us. I'm like, wait back up. The women are hot definitely and so I get my car and, and I probably had sixty some bucks to my to my name, I had nothing and I had to, you know, one of those deals where I had a hole in the floor board, literally, I had to put oil in, you know, every sixty miles, and I get down, and they were living in a place in Dallas called the village, and we had six guys in the three bedroom apartment, I slept on the floor. Let's one of my buddies had a booty call, and then I got sleeping in his bed. We're on the couch. Ouch. Yeah, it was a mess. It was a mess. So what was that job? Where did you work down there? So my first job I got working as a bartender at a place called a lawns. And so I was the rookie bartender, and so, you know, I would fill in, and then I would do barbeques, type stuff and clean up and stay there till like three in the morning. And then during the day, I was just looking for jobs and ended up getting a job after a little bit at a place called your business sofware, which was like one of the first retail software stores in, in Dallas, and I didn't really have a computer background at all. And so I, I remember the question the guy asked me in the near he goes, well, you don't know a lot about computers. If somebody comes in, and asks, you a question, what are you doing? I'm like, look, nobody knows a lot about computers in PC. So I'll read the manual. And he goes, you'll read the manual, and I'm like, yeah, hired and that was actually a good job for me. And I was there about nine months till I got fired what happened. It's so you know, part of my responsibilities because it was a store where. You know, wipe down the windows and sweep the floor and make sure it's presentable for opening then unlocked the doors. And, you know, I was still, you know, working on commission and starving affectively living with all those knuckleheads. I was living with, and I had a customer, who was willing it was going to be a fifteen thousand dollars sales, and I was gonna make fifteen hundred bucks off of that. And that would have been what I needed to move out, and so, I called the owner and I said, look, I got this whole thing set up someone to watch, you know, clean the, the windows and open up the store and, you know, I'm going to go pick up the check and he said, no. And so I'm like, oh man. Come on. I, I need to close this deal and the guy I mean, they went out of business long, not long afterwards. So it wasn't a shock. But I'm like, okay, I'm gonna make you know, my first executive decision in my career. And I'm going to go pick up the check thinking, you know, this guy is going to be cool with it when I hand them a fifteen thousand dollar check. So I did just that. And he fired me. No wonder they went out of business. Right. I mean you tell me I like I was in sales, and I failed miserably Mark, but fifteen grand who the fuck did he add? That was closing fifteen thousand dollar sales beside you. Nobody. I mean that's network. I learned so much, I learned so much about business from that too, because, you know, the things he would tell me that we're his advice. Right. He's like Mark, you know, you need to go to this place to buy suit, so you look presentable you know, and you need to drive a nice car. I'm like, I'm wearing two for ninety nine dollars suits polyester suits at stand up on their own. You know, I didn't take him to get dry cleaned. I'm wiped them down. Right. And, and he's giving me advice on. You know you gotta look good. And here's if you ever wear glasses goes this place called peeps. I'll never forget and but you know he was not he would not go on sales calls. He figured, I'm the sales guy and there's people who walked in the door. And you know that'll that'll be all we needed, and I learned right there. And then that, you know, you gotta sell if you're going to start a company you got to sell. And when I. Got fired my buddies, and I went on a trip down to Galveston, and that was a shit show in and of itself. And then I came back and started a company called micro solutions, what happened in the Galveston. You know, it was like six guys, you know, just swamped in this place. And we have pictures of it, it's hysterical, where, you know, we found this girl who wore these suits that, you know, back then. I'm not even gonna go there. It's. But in any in any event, you know, it was just a whole lot of cheap beer, and, you know, being stupid and, and doing rotgut vodka and having fun. You know, Mark, I don't wanna be irresponsible you and I are close in age in like I said, you when I go back some more than twenty years gift. Like you just said, I don't wanna go there back in the day. You and I would have gone there in a heartbeat right in the world's changed. Like I mean, I talk about this all the time, like I'm really proud that I still obvious show in a brand and a podcast, blah, blah, blah. But damn the show is so much better back in the day because we could go there. How do you navigate and is somebody who runs the companies that you do and social media being what it is? You gotta pick your spots now, right? Yeah. You do. I mean you always have to be aware and you just, you know, anything you are. I say you just assume somebody's gonna repeat it somewhere and you know. And you still I don't want, I'm never going to be completely politically correct and all that. But, you know, and my kids are nine twelve and fifteen to. And so, you know, I think that has more of a bearing on what I say than anything else, I mean, it's too late to go back and, you know, recover the things I said and did when I was single, you know when I was younger and, and, you know, that was done is done there. And but I guess that I think more about them than than what somebody might say, and social media, just because they're obviously checking it out and seeing it, as well there, this is Julie. Hey calendar. What's my morning like Julie's about to have a long day? Ten purchase birthday card nine zero five dry cleaning. Did you just go backwards? I'm sorry. I can't fit that question into your schedule. Nine fifteen cry for differ days, that won't end let schwann's help with swans he can get delicious meals. Like go from freezer to table in minutes, not hours ordered delivered done. That's homemade easy. Visit today schwann's dot com right now at banana Republic factory save big with fifty to seventy percent off the entire storms. 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So we were I remember being in the car going into the NASDAQ stock exchange. It's not really an exchange as digital, right? But they have this big wall, and everything where they were they showed the openings of stock, and we were betting on, you know, where the stock would open. We had priced it, so that it would it would have a big pop because we, we win this thing on the road show, where you sell the stock to different investors and people didn't have any clue what we're talking about. They didn't understand anything. We were saying didn't know what streaming was or internet. Broadcasting was, but they were willing to buy anyways because the internet was so hot. And so come come the day, July eighteenth nineteen ninety eight we're, we're going there to the NASDAQ, and, you know, we, we price it eighteen and other folks in the car are saying, you know, it's going to be twenty five and I'm like, no, it's going to be thirty three and they're like you're crazy. No chance it's going to be thirty three and so we get there and we're waiting. Thing, and we're waiting and we're getting nervous because the market in New York opens at nine thirty. And here we are at ten then eleven and twelve o'clock and it's still had no been meaning the number of orders, they couldn't match up the orders from the buyers, and the sellers because there weren't enough sellers, which was good for us. And the next thing you know, is probably close to one o'clock. It opens up at six sixty one or sixty two and then hit seventy two and then closes at sixty two and three quarters, which was at that time, the biggest one day jump for any stock IPO in the history of the stock market. And so we had to do you know what? Knuckleheads would do. We went out and found some bar arts. I forget it was like the a historic historic Wall Street bar. We all go there, right? Harry's. Harry's. Yeah. Harry's. And we go straight there after the market closes, and we turn on CNN or CNBC, or whatever it was called back then. And every time they mentioned broadcast dot com. We had to do a shot. And so, by four thirty five o'clock whatever it was. We were obliterated. And so we had we had cars where selves, obviously. So we take her car back to where we're staying. And we're like okay we're sleep for four hours and will wake up and we'll do it again. And that's exactly what we did we went and realized we had a bunch of our friends, and so the deal. Well, we raise money when I'd funded the beginning of it like the first I don't know how however many hundreds of thousands of dollars. And then we let our friends in for thirty K for one percent of the company and that thirty K turned into twenty two million dollars. Oh shit. Yeah. No shit. Right. And so that, so our buddy. These were were just like freaked out as well. And so they took us to a place called lot, one. Oh one sixteen or something like that. And just literally, no lie. They ordered two of everything on the menu and two bottles of everything, everything that they could find I don't even know what the tab was. But, you know, we went until I dunno till they kicked us out. Whatever time that was, and I don't remember the end of the night, but it was it was a hell of a night, why what a story. I don't know what the tabloids by guarantee was less than thirty mil. Well, that is something else. So now Mark, you are one of the stars and investors on shark tank, which is a massive massive hit. I gotta know what did you think of this show? When you first got your shot as a guest, and what was your mindset in your approach to your appearances. Yeah. You know, when they first asked me about coming on the first before it started the first year, and then when the SEC came after me before I kicked her ass. That ABC said, no, it's probably, not a good idea to have Mon and then by the second year, the show was struggling, and they brought me on as a guest shark. And I went on there thinking that the show has no chance that was bouncing around from like Tuesday nights to Thursday nights Sunday nights. But, you know, I'll go on there and just have fun and just, yuck it up. And by you know, hopefully by couple of businesses or investment couple of businesses that would work for me. And you know, so I do my guess shark three episodes. And then they invite me back fulltime the the following season. And then, that's when the show took off it just exploded, not necessarily not because I was on there. But just people got used to it, they gave us a spot on. Golly, what was it wasn't Friday night yet? Maybe it was Tuesday night, and then event, and it, it, it hit, you know, and, and I was shocked as anybody because I really didn't think it would last night, actually, I think that it's got lots with them putting you on as. Regular some curious. What what's taping the show like what are those days like how many deals do you see any given day? So here's how it works. We should probably two two and a half weeks in June in the same in September, and we'll get there. I, you know, we go on we're supposed to be on set at eight thirty. We start shooting at nine I pulled up about eight fifteen throw my food. They throw on some makeup. I mean you know what it's like when you do a TV show, right? So they, they print all up and started nine o'clock we start shooting. And when the first deal when the deals come out, we don't know anything about them other than their name. So when they walk out on the carpet and the deal set up there on the carpet, they start pitching us, and that's the first we know anything about them. And you know from there it's just whatever we want to do. I mean, there's, there's no set you know, we don't get information. They don't tell us what to do with our money, and it's all real. You know, the questions are real everything. The answers are real. It's all, you know it can be really intense and I guess the other. The thing is on television. The deals last about ten minutes in real life. Like if it's a really stupid deal. It'll last twenty minutes if it's, you know, marginally interesting, the less forty five minutes, but if it's intense, and we all wanna piece of it, it can last an hour and a half or two hours. And then they have to edit it down to something that's usable for television. And so in any given day they'll bring in we'll see ten deals and I feel sorry for the deals right after lunch because, you know, the first went after lunch we're like half asleep. But yeah, so we'll see ten deals a day, probably two hundred fifty to three hundred deals in a season, and then they'll cut those down and probably of, of the deals. We see twenty five percent of them won't air. And so, you know, there's some unlucky schmucks that just come in there with the life on the line. And I feel horrible for them. And you know, but they just for whatever reason the producers didn't think they were good enough to be on TV shark bait shot for sure. So really quickly. That to a couple of years back. Alex Rodriguez was a guest shark on the show, and you and he ended up together an investment with the gronkowski brothers protein shaker bottles. Right. That's not surprising. I am curious about Alex Rodriguez though, this guy was the face of the Royd era. The poster poster boy, for cheating now is the voice of baseball. He's Jlo's fiance. He's a guess shark on the show is a business partner of yours. I'm not never seen. A guy bounced back quite the way he has. How do you think he did that? I'll tell you a little story that most people don't know when Alex was going with suspended and going through all the shit. Right. Some mutual friends connected us instead, and they said, you know, Alex Mark has been through the SEC shit again where, you know, you're under attack, and you find yourself on the front page of every newspaper. And everybody's talking trash about you go talk to Alex and Gimson. But vice how you got through it and we sat down we had lunch and then kept in touch. And basically, I told him was look, if you're gonna fight all the time. Fans are knocked in like you. I mean that's not going to benefit your brand, and the league is all reroute on it. So you're not gonna you know you can make it seem like you didn't do it but fans, forget people forget. And but you gotta you just gotta let it go. And what I would recommend that you do is just say, you know, when you come back the next season, how grateful you are, to be a New York. The Yankee for your last season. How much you love the fans how much the support of the fans matters to you and just take this positive? I love you all attitude, and that's exactly what he did. And I'm sure he got the same advice from others as well. But it just turned his brand around and turn people's perception of him around, and then you know, he, we worked his way up and, you know, he calls me up the producers at asked him to be on shark tank. And I'm like, yeah. You know, Alex is actually got a really good business mind. He's, you know it's not like he's got this deep education and business. But he works really hard at it, you know, he puts in a lot of time to read he puts in a lot of time to. To talk to a lot of high end management people and, and investors and entrepreneurs. And so when he by the time he got to the show, I mean, he knew as wheelhouse, he knew he has gym he was operating, you know, a variety of different investments and he always talks about. He's the type of investor that invest in the jockey more than the horse, and that's exactly his approach, and it works great for him. He was. He was a great guest shark shark tank. I'm sure it'll be back in a month Tomase. And you and I can have this conversation. Get this far into it without talking basketball, but twenty twenty years in since buying the Mavericks. How's that sound has that make you feel Razi crazy? I mean you know what? It's like. I mean we you know we were the young dudes, right? Ninety. Not anymore. Not. Yeah. I know. Right. We were tearing it up and, you know, now it's like fuck. I've been here twenty years, and, you know, in the low in some respects, a lot is change, and in other respects, nothing's changed to twenty years. And, you know you like to point this out as somebody who is in the sports business father time is undefeated father time is undefeated, so things run feed it in the history of the world father time is one of those things, so you have Dirk retiring, I got to know what is dark, dark meant to your franchise in really the NBA overall. I mean you know what he's meant to the Mavericks. I mean he is the Mavericks, everything everything that we are. He is. I mean, we got from him just his attitude who he is on the court. You know, the first end I out, you know, the fact that the superstar of your team is humble, and he works harder than everybody. You know, he's got a good sense of humor. He's self deprecating. Just all, you know, all the things you want to see in somebody. That is going to be the face of your franchise. And in terms of the global expansion of the NBA, the face for all of Europe, you know, if not the world, and, you know, he's, he's just that type of guy, and I, you know, we talk a lot, and I was just talking to him at the gym the other day at a practice facility, and he's like our we put on twelve pounds fifty nut is on its way. I'm like you're going to be a piglet in a minute here at is great how much dad he is. He is Mark, you know this better than anybody is great a player as he might be a better dude. How much shit talk? Oh my. You know, I it's so passive aggressive. I mean, and he comes up with his own words, you know, or his own little phrases or selling, settings stains like what like everybody's a burger, right? You know, your burger your burger or if somebody, you know, something good's, have something good happens guy makes us shot that he never had no reason to make, you know, everything's happy birthday. You know, or if it's not going, it's a circus out there, you know, he's just got these same ranson seines that he's been using for twenty years. It's just and we, we all just die. And you know Dirk, he's always the last one out of locker room because you want to be the first in literally last guy out. So after a game we're always waiting on dark did I mean it it's, it's gonna be sad. I mean, it's we'll we'll miss him but I know he'll be around it's going to be so hard. I would imagine, so he actually came on this podcast. Mark few years back, and he described his relationship with you in a perfect way. He said, quote, how many own? Owners come to their best players, bachelor party and quotes, obviously, you guys were you guys were obviously tight. If you're a bachelor party, I asked her to elaborate on the party. Here's what he had to say. Listen in the mind, and we had a blast and that kinda shows what kind of relationship we have and had over the years and it's been. It's been awesome eased or anything you can share about the bachelor party involving cubes. Yeah. We went one night within Toronto and then with the two nuts in Vegas. And that's that's about as much as much as I could say there are some Mark. I know better than to ask the same question twice. But is there any stories that you can give away from Dirks bachelor party, not from the bachelor party? But I can tell you, they're, they're we've gotten kicked out of more than one bar. He's got to be a good guy to throw back a few with right? I mean and dirt. So Dirk is the most disciplined human being ever met in my life. I mean literally when you know during the season, he won't eat sugar. Nothing fried no alcohol, nothing. But. After every season, we would take trips Vegas and just have fun. And we, we, there's one time we were in the palms in Vegas and one of the Chinese restaurant, maybe tau, I forget the name of it, and we're doing sake bombs, and, you know, sake bombs work, right? Yeah. And so we're all positive pounded table to literally all of our heads were not enough in hitting the table. And it. Yeah. They, they platelet asked us to leave. Oh, they ask you leave were the were the Maluku, still there at the point that this was back in the day in day asked you to leave leave. And it was just you. We're were kinda loud. Make it up to making noise was launched the ghost bar at that place. Member upstairs, this is that one of the restaurants. Got it got it so more twenty seven. And I really appreciate your time, Romans, they're turning eleven you want it all you want, it all was that think about the one. Do you find yourself thinking about the one that you one or the ones that got away the ones that got away? Yeah. I mean, winning is amazing Balu losing his always far more bar, more painful. Why is that? Everybody says that it's so true every great athlete. Coach owners always said that. Why is that? Why can't folks on you win? I guess, and you know, it, it means something didn't go the way you planned. Yeah. I remember, you know, the countdown the, the most intense moment, the year we won was the last thirty seconds where it dawned on me that we were going to win, you know, we're up ten or eleven with thirty seconds to go, and it was over and then running on the court hugging everybody, it was almost like 'climactic right there. And then, you know. But, you know, the times we lost, you know, particularly when you think you're going to win or you have the better team and, and it didn't work out for whatever reason that that's the most painful, because you just you just question everything that you've done. And you know that, you know, there's nature of the NBA is that, you know, some guys get older and that impact their performance or their contracts are up. And, you know, you have cap space limitations. Whatever it may be. And you don't know if you'll get the same opportunity again. 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And by the time we promote them to the NBA because, like we said earlier father times undefeated for referees as well by the time they get there. It's almost too late to make them great. And so you, you get who they are by the time they get promoted. And we're not I think that's creating problems for us, and we don't we're starting I think we're supposed to start recruiting international officials more, but, you know, we don't and and you know, we don't go out there and just grabbed the best college officials you know, just bring them right into the NBA. So, you know, in some things have got to improve our. We're going to have challenges in terms of, you know, the officiating right now, you know. It always can be better and they'll admit that, and everybody will will with that. But it it's it's again I think it comes down to management more than anything else. I you know, we've had so much turnover in the person who's in charge of NBA officiate in my twenty years we've had eight people. And so, that's what two and a half year term for everybody. And that's just that's just not going to get done in something that's so critically important to our business. And so I mean I have issues there in terms of game one, you know, in terms of three point shots might the way I've always looked at our learned and different referee indifferent, wrestle, disagree is don't, you know, when you think of a three point shot, don't think of it as being, you know, specific or unique because it's behind the three point line if that, same, that same shooter did the exact same thing during the layup. And there was contact and the player wasn't vertical. Is it a foul? So if James harden, you know, contorts himself during the layup we call it a great athletic play. You know if you can, you know, even if it creates the contact even if it's you know as long as that, that defender is not vertical then it's a foul, and it's the same thing in for three point shots. You can you know you can control your body as much. As you want. But if that defender comes straight towards you now the defender angles. That's different, right? Because then there's not truly a contest and you're not going to the shooter. But if the defender goes straight at you, you can make your body do anything you want. And if you can create the contact more power to it's again on the flip side for defender, if you if a guy's driving to the basket, and you can get in front of him, and he hits you straight on and you fall down. It's always a charge. You know, but the onus on that three point shot is on the defender. And so the real question becomes, if you know if they should be called should you even contest it, you know, or should you make sure you're just straight up and down like you would be right in front of the basket. Jaba given this little bit of thought so bottom line. A lot of money. I know lots of money. I really appreciate your candor on that, too. So bottom line with the rockets. Do they have a right to have a beef or did? They let it get into their heads and get away from right to. Yeah. If it was me, I'd be, I'd be calling up the head of officiating, and just, you know, just be giving him shit left and right asking them to change it. Because, you know, like I said, it doesn't matter wearing the court, you are as if defender is going what they call eight to be from where they were toward you and they're moving towards you and it's direct line and they create contact. It's a foul. The story if you're shooting got it Margaret equipped before you go. You've been on the cutting edge of technology for a long time, because of that people want to know where you come out on artificial intelligence. You know where I'm going with this lawn. Musk is terrified of it? He's tried telling everybody that he can that it's a dangerous dangerous threat to our future existence. Bottom line. Are we creating our own demise or is there a way to manage the? Power of artificial intelligence. So, yes or no? It just depends on what we do. They'll be things like robotic dexterity. You know, staying power batteries, because right now, batteries are too big and, and too, bulky, and don't in don't can't last long enough to, to really create a robot or a or Terminator. If you will that can move and do things. And in terms of generative AI where they start to think for themselves. You're also going to need to define the algorithms or you. Depending on the circumstances. You you're going to have somebody that has to originate it. And that's something you can maintain a monitor and police. And then there's also the chips that go in there. And I think, really the, the best opportunity is to serialize and manage all chips that are made beyond a certain specification, because the big problem and, and miss miss. This is that there's only a few chip fabs places that make really, really high end chips in the world that, that can do the best of the chips and one's in Korea Samsung and one's in Taiwan. Taiwan Semiconductor, which are both neighbors to China. And, you know, China thinks that Taiwan is still part of China, and I think that's our bigger. That's a bigger risk right now than terminators taking over the world. Us something else. Remember those those two way pagers back in the day time they Tom port nine. Those things it's changed. Now man. That was great. That was. Oh, I just Don one last thing. I saw, I'm a huge riccar laogai, you probably know that I saw with some curiosity that the Lakers may think about this. I know you're not surprised by anything you see in the NBA at this point. But what about the current state of the Lakers? I mean, could you imagine one of the most storied franchises ever? Having lost more games than anybody in the league in the last six years and magic just quit as president of basketball ops. Andy told the media before he told his boss, and his defacto family. And Jeanie Buss when you look at the Lakers, what do you think right now? We're things one. I really liked Jeanie Buss. She is just everybody does. She's the best. You know, a lot of respect, she's the heart and soul. The NBA on the other hand, nothing makes me happier. You know, I've said it before, you know, it wouldn't break my heart at the Lakers stuck forever. You go. I think we're gonna walk off on that market. I am. So glad to have you on the spot. 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Dan Patrick Show - Hour 1 - Chris Mannix (04-12-19)

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I went to top shop, which is the hip search stored at I got this sort of camouflage sweatshirt thing and someone put a purple scarf on me. And it's on. Well, I wanna know fritzy. And paulie didn't get the memo apparently that it's hipster Friday. I have a few things I need a minute because I don't know how to do this. What does that mean? Okay. So you have a scarf. Seton by the way is the track outfit on the guys in Brooklyn wear. The scarves that were there. It's almost up to their eyeballs. Yeah. I can't figure out time the proper way in fritzy would've value sweats on I don't know if they're hipsters switz-, but. Okay. Okay. The combination of the button-down shirt and loose sweatpants is it's like a standard. What he quit his job. All business up top party down below. If you got rid of the shirt, that's what he wore all the yesterday at the hotel, this this is the gave up. All right. Welcome to the program already in progress. Here the hipster Friday, and yes, your comments are welcome. We we're going to put a picture up on the website. It's absolutely nothing hip going on in this room. There's no somehow we try to be hip, and we became unhip phone. I'll tell you though, Seaton's got it at that tracks who costs four hundred dollars. He nailed it with a slip ons. And mclovin looks like every single dude you see over there in Brooklyn when you walk around. There's no way TSA would let you through airport security, mclovin. Look like that. No way. I look I this new mclovin mysterious like what's this guy got cooking those shades on? No, you look like you're up to no good, man. All right. Let's see if you'd like get in touch with the program, by the way, the gymnast sound alike. Contest is in full bloom. We have some sound alikes coming up a little bit later on throughout the three hour show. We'll sprinkle those in. We may hear from Jim Nance Jim who finished runner up a couple years ago in the Jim Nance sounded like content. We're not sure what the weather's going to be like at Augusta keeping an eye on that. There's rain in the forecast for Friday Saturday and Sunday and Jim's not sure with his broadcasting schedule is, but he will try to join us a little bit later on. We say good morning to our TV partners. Of course, be our live dot com. You can stream that for free and also audience network. That's on channel two thirty nine direct TV in our three hundred sixty radio Phillies around the country. We'll talk some playoff basketball, the Laker mess with Chris Mannix. He'll join us coming up a little bit Peter Schrager NFL network NFL network insider will join us a little bit later on as we'll Reggie Miller as well. Mclovin will have a poll question for you the end of the NBA regular seasons? Never pretty we haven't had a whole lot of meaningful basketball games. Now, you had some jockeying for position here in the last couple of days, you know, the seatings, but it's amazing. How quickly the energy changes compla- off time in the warriors are playoff favorites once again, but there is reasonably that they actually will face real challenges. I certainly. Think so they didn't look dominant during the regular season, they look bored. Steph Curry's dealing with an ankle injury. The team says it's not serious the pending off season appears to be causing some friction. We'll see if another team in the west the rockets are nuggets, maybe Oklahoma City can take them down the east is as exciting as it's been in years because there's no LeBron you got the bucks, raptor, six or Celtics. They feel like they're all equal. They can reach the finals and compete with the warriors. So if you found the NBA boring in the last couple of weeks, don't worry, no more resting no more tanking, and you don't hear the words load management anymore. The play offs are here. The intensities back in a big way. I saw a couple of articles pro basketball talk listed the five teams that can knock out the Golden State Warriors number one on the list, Toronto Raptors number two, the Milwaukee Bucks. Now if Malcolm brogden gets back, and that's probably second round. Then I mean, you have. To have him. If you make it to the finals, I need to have brogden back to guard. Klay Thompson number three. They have the Houston Rockets. Number four, the Boston Celtics and number five with the Philadelphia. Seventy sixers. So you have one team in the west everybody else in the. Yes, mclovin. So Toronto every year wins fifty games. And then bows Abbas, Kyle Lowry goes calling the plans, but this year is different. He's glazer. Is that what they're saying? Well, the article says don't get stuck in the raptors are not a playoff team. That's designed you know to actually win the playoffs. Go far in the playoffs though. They're talking about Kawhi Leonard. Can he slowdown? Kevin durant? And they got they got all the ups here. They're good offensive team. They can play defense. But you know, the warriors are going to be favored over everybody. I'm just you know, you start to look at all of this with DeMarcus cousins how much is he going to be used in the plants. They're better when they don't have him on the floor. Is he going to take that as a good soldier Steph curry healthy? You got the Draymond green. Drama all the time. And of course, Kevin Durant may be just passing through with his last run with the Golden State Warriors Dan Patrick show brought to you by truecar you need to make good choices. In truecar. You get a star on your Auster when you're ready to sell or trade in your car. Check out truecar through cash offer not available in all areas. Poll question today. Mclovin. So you haven't committed or none of us have committed who's coming out of the east. We mentioned it yesterday. If we put up the poll bucks, raptor, Sixers or Celtics give it idea of who you think people would vote for. I do not. I think it'd be close between the bucks and the Celtics. Well, I don't know about Joel embiid's health that team is talented. But it doesn't feel like a team Boston doesn't feel like it's cohesive. Like they were last year. Toronto has just been quiet. If Malcolm brogden comes back with Milwaukee, and he's healthy than I would lean towards Milwaukee. If not I would have Toronto. But what about the Celtics? I. I just don't know what I can expect from them. I get the feeling kyri is sort of half in and half out. It hasn't been. They were better last year than this year. That's the amazing part. Is you got to all-stars back and they're not as good as they were last year. So do you get it together? Do they figure it out? It's hard to figure it out in the playoffs in a where you all of a sudden go we kind of figured it out. You know, the rockets needed the second half of the season to figure it out seems need a little while to figure it out. Golden State is still trying to figure out how to use boogie cousins in there and some teams don't figure it out at all Philadelphia. A lot of talent may have the most talent in the east. I just don't know. I can't I don't think they're consistent. So I would say Toronto right now. Because I think there hasn't been any drama, nobody talks about Toronto. And then all of a sudden, you're gonna watch Leonard playing go on its right? He is pretty good. Yeah. It really is fascinating. I like to think back of what we thought at the end of last season when the Celtics push pretty hard last year with her Terry Rozier, and all those guys I can remember when the playoffs finished you and everybody everybody said the Celtics are so the favourite and. The east because they're they're good. They got their young players from Ron Jalen Brown. And those guys they're adding kyri back healthy after his injury. And then Hayward back healthy it was short thing. And now, we're not even considering them as a threat, but you also got these young guys to get more minutes and more shots. And all of a sudden you go. Hey, I'm I can you know, Jason Tatum can take shots whenever he wants to Jalen Brown, and I can take shots whenever I want to. And all of a sudden kyri comes back. Gordon? Hayward comes back, and you're like, wait a minute where my touches here. Wait, what happened here? Yeah. Mclovin. Do you consider when you think about the MVP race between yards and heart? And does it matter to you how they do in the playoffs like Janas flames out in the playoffs and win the MVP that mean that people voted wrong. No, it's a regular season award. It's about matchups because you can get in a series where somebody just has your number. They have a better matchup against you. Then somebody else, but you know, I never Dirk won the MVP and bowed out the first round, it it happens. But I feel. That means that the MVP was a mistake. They didn't really take the most valuable player because how can the most valuable player go out in the first round. But it's about doing something for six months not for one week or ten days. So should I base the MVP off what you do in one series? Or what you do over eighty two games? It seems like eighty two games, you know, as a better designation of value than you've out in a seven game series. But it's like regular season value. Like, you know, like like, I hate to say it like Nashes to MVP's when he won't Dan, Tony just like hardens might win to dantonio. They I don't know that that's the right MVP because they didn't win it. All there were better players like, you know, but they have a playoff MVP finals MVP. Yeah. But how valuable are you when you know? Can you get to the finals and be the VP, then, you know, would you rather have a regular season MVP or finals MVP you'd rather have a finals MVP because that meant you won the championship? Yeah. But nobody remembers Andrea Gonzala or central Corcoran max. As well. As a great all-time player being they won finals every piece. Yeah. Yeah. So I. I'm saying you're valuing something that is over at smaller. It's a smaller sample size gets back to like you. You would vote for Jordan. But other people wouldn't just a mix it up and go with the regular, even though Jordan was gonna win the files. So he should have been MVP all six of those years. And that's who I voted for. But not everyone did I know. But I voted for him knowing the value. He was the most valuable player in in the NBA big because what he did on the floor crowds on the road. You know? So he was a great player, but he was so valuable to the league. And then I figured they're going to win the championship. I had no problem. I remember getting criticized in Salt Lake City and in Phoenix because I didn't vote for Barkley one year. And I didn't vote for Karl Malone and my logic. Was there not a better player than Michael Jordan? They may have had better stats than Jordan. But he's the most valuable player to the league. And he's going to win a championship. And every year he won those championships. So I I didn't feel bad when I would get somebody from the desert news. Who would call and say, how did you? Why are you voting for Michael Jordan, I go? Well, here's my logic. Yep. On I kind of feel that way about Steph curry, I think Steph curry is the best most important most valuable player in the NBA. But he's not the new story. Like if I had to take away new story. I think steps the most valuable even though he's on an unsolvable. I take strip it down kind of. I think I think LeBron is still the most valuable player to the league because everything is about him. So to the league is different Steph curry in an amazing how quickly we move on Steph. Curry is still fascinating to watch. He still unbelievable. The fact that he put a piece numbers and he didn't have the right prescription with his contacts. So, you know, Kevin Durant. Kevin Durant is still trying to hold onto best player in the game. It didn't last long and it won't last long because already moving onto the Greek freak. But with Steph curry, we moved on from Steph curry a little quicker than I thought we would. Yeah. Fritzy, you become a victim of. Your own success? You get desensitized you've seen all these amazing shots. You can't really do much more than we've already seen him do at the best. He can do similar things that we've already seen. Yeah. Yes. You, and I think that there's this sort of optical illusion that happens where if you're a player like Steph who's on that team like, yeah. But they have all these other guys that team's going to be fine. If you took Steph off of the warriors, whereas with Jaanus, and they're gonna fall apart. If he's not there, you know, what I mean, you get that impression. So if the one player seems to be the entire team, they seem more valuable, well if I took hard and away from the rockets this year do they make the playoffs with all those injuries. I wonder and they probably don't in hardened carry that team for you know, it felt like months, but we get so desensitized as fritzy said like James harden, put up fifty and fifteen in games, and we went all right? We say, it's pretty cool. Like what else are you gonna? Hey, you better went into playoff. No matter what he did during the regular season. It's the same with the Greek freak. We're going to say. The same thing. And he's gonna feel that spotlight in it's going to be pretty warm. Hey, better reach the Eastern Conference finals man because I do think he's going to be your own VP. What's a yes? We have a lot of people just tuning in over like, what were you guys wearing is it cold in their eight with all the scarves? It's called hipster Friday. You better recognize hipster Friday. I'm killing it today. You're pastels is a one seed in the shirt game. Yes. Nice. Yeah. You know? And I have shoes that accompany my my shirt. Yes. It kind of looks like a slide of cells stand. Sandra a microscope all the little pink circle. I never went to class. So I don't even what the impair Macy of and things like that going. I don't know if I have these are apples are they peaches. I don't even know what they are. But I know that they're hot. Yes. I take the scarf off. I'm getting my neck, and my I don't know how these history dudes do it with these piles of scarves on their heads. We don't a pass out. Just terrible. I have seen. Hey, you can't. Last tough being a hipster. Yes. I mean, it's a fulltime job here. But mclovin, I think mclovin is the big winner today is the hipster. Yes. So I don't think hipster is like Brooklyn is not what we think hipster ten year skinny jeans and all that. Now, it's become more like bright colors pastels like Modell Beckham dresses, like a like a Bakke shinning couple out of Cleveland. You know with these bright place L windbreakers, you know, and hats, it's totally different. I it's not scarves anymore, those owed L Beckham live in Brooklyn. He I think he lives in New York. Oh, yeah. But I'm not sure or maybe jersey, I'm not I don't know. Somewhere in the Tri state area guessing. Yeah, I went into a store yesterday. And I was like holy hell, I could people wear this. This is what people are they walk into the store and choose to purchase these things. I had my wife this morning. I woke her up, and I said, hey, it's hipster Friday. She said and. I said I need some help. Can you help me pick out a hipster Friday outfit? So I'm actually there at six thirty in the morning going can I wear cord quarter rice with that? And then she'll go. No, no, you can't no you have to have a hoodie. So we're discussing this like, you know, I'm going into battle that I've gotta have my armor on as I come in. So I'm picking things out. And she goes you've got to have fun tennis shoes on gotta get the color tennis shoes on. I. Okay. You gotta get the tight, you know, pants there. I said all right. Yeah. Yeah. Paul what was the hip thing? You wore when you're in college. Or after that, you look back said because I think I remember wearing a lot of cuffs Jean shorts with rope belts in college. Because everyone did it and I'm not really embarrassed by it because that's what everybody was doing it. I never had anything that. I thought was hip. I remember those platform to keep up with the crowd. If you know what I mean? Well, no, I couldn't I it was so bad. I I remember going to a dance. It was the Sadie hawk. Skains dance where the girl asked the guy, and I remember showing up Jenny Batchis house. I had my brother my brother was two years older, but he was five nine and I'm six three I was wearing his pants and a shirt because he had actually had a little bit of money and I walked in. And I swear to God the pants were up to my calves. They would look good now. Like, Capri pants. Yes. Yeah. That would actually work now. So they're really tight, and you could see I was smuggling grapes out of the country, and my pants, and I'm going oh my God. When I look back on that picture. I don't know how her parents let me in the in the living room. Visit was not good. When you look back at that picture that means you have that picture. Oh. Homemade me sick. The I team on it. I'll have a swat team. Enter your manic set to join us Jim Nance sound contests. Yes. Mclovin. You know, when you're not hip when your wife says you have to find some fun tennis shoes. That's immediately. You're not a fun, tennis, shoes and hip. My wife does thing when I hear ready to go out at night ashamed looks and goes you're wearing that. Oh, I know. Yes. Because I got dressed for the night. Yes. I'm wearing that. If it weren't for Johnny. Oh, I would have no wardrobe whatsoever. So I based this on Johnny. Oh, sending me stuff. So I actually looked like I know what the hell I'm doing this. All johnny. Oh, I'm Johnny. Oh doubt. This does this four will print is his Johnny. Oh, killing it. Yeah. I'm feeling pretty good to dish irt? Yeah. Thank you. Todd. Thank you. All right. We'll come up with a poll question Mannix will join us. We'll get the phone calls here. Eight seven seven three DP show, Email address DP, Dan, Patrick dot com. Twitter handle DP show, Peter Schrager will stop by man there. I kinda Murray is visiting with the giants. And some of these other teams the raiders had some interesting comments about Derek Carr who I don't think is going to be their quarterback too much longer. But I've been saying that all you know, since these season ended, I think I think Mike mayo Jon Gruden pretty much validated. That and then Reggie Miller. Will join us a little bit later on. We'll talk about the mess. That is the. LA lakers. The masters will keep an eye on that. Whether it's going to be an issue the cabs fire. Larry, drew, isn't that mean spirited can't put up with a terrible year with the Cavs. They make Zion Williamson, and then they fire. Larry drew Cam reddish of Duke, going pro so few things to get to your phone calls or welcome. And we'll take a break here. Twenty after the hour. This is the Dan Patrick show shack now that the NBA also we're going over time for the second half of the season to get underway. 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You know, they're the quality of the call. Not great. So I'm going to have to, you know, take some points on there. Let's see rooch in Knoxville. Hopefully, I got that. Right. Rooch. All right. Are you ready? Ready? All right, hit it Morio. Hello friends. This is your CBS sports update. Live from the masters here. Diseases are in full bloom. Unlike the Lakers, the array of colors, no less breathtaking. The Magic Johnson sudden departure as you look up to the sky you see the silhouettes of birds cardinals among them. And if you listen closely, you can hear them chirping about Cuyler Murray below the intermittent wars of a ten dis travel through the wind as smoothly as leaves of Toronto to the Boston Bruins yesterday evening. But of course, all eyes are on the Gulf shores as they strive for jacket greener than the fanatic of Andrew Pearl. Offs beloved Phillies who play the Marlins today. Now back to the action at Amen Corner. All right. Thank you. Thank you. Rooch got a lot of sports in there. But you don't start out with Hello friends. Jim Nance says Hello friends when he comes on camera. Yes. See, and it seems like everybody's falling into the same pattern of the most of the calls. Now are starting with the Elliot's in full bloom like the exact same line that everybody's using it. Remember the guy who last year he won because it was funny. It was awesome. And he completely changed the whole script. Okay. I'm gonna totally original. I'm gonna play that again, then we'll get to Chris Mannix. Mario can you play last year's winner? Just to let you know how creative he was. And this is how Jim Nance he thinks would be warming up before the masters broadcast. This is how it sound absolutely Gary McCord drives the maroon Studebaker dying pepper you bake witness nineteen Gail camera there. Thank you, forty five seconds. Fred Couples has a supple spine. Juniper juniper juniper, Nick, Faldo's trousers. Ian, Baker-Finch effervescence is the nation's Gurvich you're just moments ago. Thank you, thirty seconds. The patriot is a person Clint Eastwood Hines the dog would is that agenda ping win. The green jacket is not yellow. Then. Reema too. Offred's? That's good stuff. So curious to know if he planned those lines out or if he just sort of. I'm gonna guess he planned to mount Banglar dead. Dottie Pepper Nightingale undulation Clint Eastwood, climbing Dogwood, I more those coming up, and Jim Nance is going to try to call in if not then he will call the winner. And also we hand out a case of his wine, the calling Chris Mannix, Sports Illustrated, senior NBA and boxing writer. He joins us on the program from Mexico. What are you doing in Mexico? Part of the dissolved broadcast team on Saturday in for the fight that got down there that I'm back to Boston star the playoff. In which the fight. What's the the the big fight? The fight this weekend is is time in Makita and better token, but the big fight coming up to Connecticut Alvarez back in the ring and Danny Jacobs. That's that's on may fourth on Zola boxes of couple of months. Okay. Lohman shaneco this weekend as well. Right. Yeah. He he's fighting tonight. And I it's not a great fight. Because the guys facing Anthony Kroll is just you know, the kind of guy. Yes to fight as mandatory to defend his title. But anytime what would think apply to me the guy is number one pound for pound in the world. While the great fighters of all time. He's just he's running into the problem that a lot of boxers have in in. What is always a fractured sport? And that is opponents there are guys out there and could fight, but the politics of boxing, make it difficult, but make those ever been ringside and got blood on you. All the time. I in my capacity now working with his own like a sitting right there that literal ringside position. I could text you pictures by notebooks with with blood spots on them from the last couple of shows. But it happens pretty frequently. What do you do when you get blood on yourself? It's kinda like a badge of honor. No, like, you know, you're kind of in the trenches like I through. I think I do take pictures of a notebook paper. And you know, I don't know we play. It's almost like I was in the fight. But I really wanted him to fight. So it kind of adds to the atmosphere. I think you've ever been knocked over an NBA game like courtside. I don't know where you where you sit during an NBA game. Back in the day before teams kinda realized that selling the seats that media sat in was a better way of doing it. I I've had guys kind of jump into the press section in as first couple of roads. Remember, even Madison Square Garden used to be great. They put the press right there along the badge. But you know, that all of a sudden they realized that they could make you know, tens of thousands of dollars selling those seats, and they kick the media upstairs into the the the halo section there of the guard. And that's kind of the case across the league. There is still something especially the smaller markets to put the media new at or near courtside. But more and more. You're seeing the media moved forward further and further off the floor. I'll get into the Lakers here in a moment. Give me the two teams that you think can beat the Golden State Warriors this year. I don't think anybody can honestly. And the, you know, I was thinking about this as I was kinda working on some final stuff, you know, life. You're Dan would we're talking about we were talking about stepping Curry's injury. And how that might affect the team in the playoffs. And we were talking about kind of that regular season Malays that they went through as potentially being a precursor for something bad happening to that team in the plan that they make a lot of. Yeah, they struggled a little bit with with Houston a lot really what to seven games, but I meant role for Cleveland in the NBA finals this year. It kind of feels like deja vu. I mean, we're we're talking about Kevin Durant free agency and the markets causes how he's gonna fit. I mean, these are minor minor things on the back of a juggernaut. I so I think they could get scare or before to go deep into at least one series, but it's impossible to think that anybody's gonna take them in for seven. I think they'll get out to this. I think they'll get a much tougher challenge in the finals this year, regardless who comes out of the. Then they wouldn't make did last year against Cleveland, you know, but they could have easily lost last year. Chris. I mean, if if Houston acts like Houston in the seventh game and Chris Paul acts like Chris Paul and done get hurt. They're winning and they're going to the NBA finals and probably winning the championship here. So I don't think you can look at it and go, hey, you know, they had a little bit of a scare they should've lost. I mean, they could've lost. I think I mean the Chris Paul injury yielded for Houston. But you know, you you can't look at the rockets and say, well, if only they had missed like thirty seven threes in that game seven they would've won what part of like, the Knicks Assad, and you can go one or with a lot of things. So yeah, I mean, I think Iraq it'll still be tough. I don't think they're quite as strong as they were last year with Trevor reasons in that makes but I still I'm not buying anybody beating going four to seven if it's the golden papers the field debate on putting all my money on state, preventing Sports Illustrated senior NBA in boxing writer, also has a new show on Sports Illustrated into pain just launched and can be seen every Tuesday. His first guest is the Commissioner, Adam silver. All right. The Lakers miss here. What the hell happened the other day? And what happens moving forward with this franchise. Well, it's it's still, you know, the more people you talk to in around the Lakers organization, the more you get the sense that what it was is what it is. And what I mean by that is Magic Johnson wasn't holding anything back when he articulated why he was walking away from that team. And if you're familiar with the history of Magic Johnson, I know you are you you covered him extensively as a player in in the nineties, you know, nineteen ninety four he quit coaching because he kind of didn't feel like doing it anymore. Didn't like the challenge of it nineteen ninety eight that, you know, terrible TV show. He did, you know, you quit that and the aftermath. All you heard about was how you know he wasn't committed to it. And the show was a disaster start to finish. It's a lot of work to be an NBA executive top level MBA executive. It's not just kind of thing. Back watching games making picks and waiting for free agents to wanna flock to you. You gotta hop. On planes and go south the next Janas in Greece. You've got to go to low level college games to find the next Kyle coups. The next great second round pick that that flesh out your roster. I don't think and this is based on a few conversations I've had I just don't think magic at the Hartford and has a desire to do it in a daily basis, and you know, we can have a different conversation about the lunacy of going out there and quitting without telling your boss or anybody in New York ization, the insanity of sitting in a three hour meeting the day before and not articulating at all that you might not be part of the scene going forward. That's a separate conversation. But why he quit? I didn't wanna do it anymore. They decided it's more fun. Just being Magic Johnson. There's something else to this story. Chris there has to be you don't have it three hour meeting. And then all of a sudden go down the elevator and go, you know, I think I'm going to quit, you know, that just doesn't happen. There has to be. Something else going. I don't know. I mean, you heard the speculation. I haven't been able to figure out exactly what is true. And what's not true with this report about some kind of ESPN story about something going on behind the scenes out there? Maybe there's something to it. But even if there there was doing that. And that might explain the abruptness of the decision to quit because nobody was clamoring for Magic Johnson job. I mean, he hadn't been great at that job. But he wasn't, you know, leave us leave the Lakers in disrepair here. But ultimately, whether it was the way quick or when he quit, I think he did quit because he didn't wanna do anymore. And that's just that's based a lot on his history. And what we know about magic, John. Right moving forward. It is Luke Walton to keep his job. I think it all depends on who the next, you know, basketball operations is there right now rob Pelinka taking on a bigger role. But I've been told there's nothing decided yet as far as who was going to be running the Lakers long-term. I mean, everybody around the league that has an opinion on this since the Lakers need to go outside the organization to find somebody not within the Laker family. I mean, this is a team in with infinite resources. I mean, they can afford to pay like twenty million dollars for an executive. They wanna do that. If it means giving up a first round pick for an executive. They can do that. I mean, they are well equipped to go out to the top guy. Look, I would make every phone call you have to make I would try to get Sam presi out of Oklahoma City San price built something there. He wouldn't be leaving Oklahoma City in a bad place because Paul George Russell Westbrook or kaikal long term contracts. I would try Bob Myers got the UCLA can. Action. This might be a good time for Bob monitors to move on with Kevin Durant, potentially. Maybe having to overhaul that roster a little bit. I wouldn't even call RC. Buford. In San Antonio, everybody else. They're kind of that RC. Buford. Is this San Antonio Spurs lifer. Has anybody asked ask him to try to if you wanted to run his own operation and try something new somewhere else with all the resources of the Lakers. I would go big game hunting if I was Jeanie bus and not let money or draft consideration stopped me from getting my guy. Best first round matchup in the playoffs is. Oh, I most meaningful. I think the spin a different way because I don't know how many great first round matchups. There are most meaningful Portland Oklahoma City of Portland team. Everybody wanted to play because the nurture injury and the week. And how the weakens them if Oklahoma City can't get out of the first round against a Portland team. That is down a significant player. They've got some real long-term problems. I mean last you, you kinda gave them a mulligan because the Carmelo stuff Paul Georgia's first year this year though for most of the season, they look like a contender the last month or two of the year the shooting percentage cliff they didn't look like the same team. This is a team with a top tennis level defense to superstars you've gotta gotta the first round. So that's the one I think watching closely because it may have the most long term impact MVP this year will be. I'm boating for Janas. It's it's not really that close to my mind. I mean, James harden awesome. Paul George greats. You know, go down the list but Yoenis from start to finish in. I don't know. How y'all just also got my Beaufort defensive player of the year. So that's that's a factor as well. Jaanus is not just a ridiculous offense a player with what he did this year. But I think he's the best defensive player in the league. And for those Riems getting my vote. Yeah. And this is what I said to Adrian Wootton rows getting said if the Greek freak and won the MVP last year who would be your MVP this year. Would he go back to back? Probably probably one thing that weighs on me in as I make this decision is, you know, I know the Chris Paul missed a bunch of games this year, but he played fifty eight games. And he was around for for, you know, most of the season the difference between Janas and the second best player on the walkie is is the the gap is bigger than other MVP candidates and their second best player. I'm talking about hardening and Paul Paul, George and Westbrook, collide, Leonard. And and Kyle Lowry go down the list. There's just, you know, Kevin Durant and Steph curry, you know, Christmas good player, and he was all store. He was an Ulster. Okay. But would that books team make the playoffs without Yannis? Would the rockets make the playoffs without harden? With Chris Paul. Yes. I think they make the playoffs. Yeah. But you had been comp Capella who was injured. I don't think that gone. Yeah. Maybe. Yeah. I think you on this is going to win it. But I disagree. If you honestly one at last year, then people would have given it to James harden this year, you guys are predictable. You voters are predictable. You are. Slovan, but sometimes. Ability is the right thing to do. I mean, I like even pass the plan oldness right fan. I mean, you guys they great defensive player who you know, the team. I think finished number one in defensive rating and Janas plays like thirty five forty minutes every single mice, and he can defend every position how many guys in this league. I mean really there is a suffer in the middle in Utah. How many guys in this league can defend fives? And one in the way that you can do it. I I don't know of anybody. Thank you, Chris always great to talk to you. You gotta dead. That's Christmas Sports Illustrated NBA foxy letter. I think he's he's offended that I ended the conversation there instead of going. Hey, well, put their you know, what defense matters when we wanted to matter. I remember when Frank Thomas was winning the MVP, and he's not a good defender. He didn't he wasn't good first baseman. So it didn't factor in. But then if somebody says, hey, this guy a great two way player. So when you want it to factor in it factors in and then when you don't then you don't bring it up GNC. Let's like looking at any NBA prospect like, yeah, the guy's a great shooter. But who's he gonna guard? My drives me crazy Steve Nash jozy gonna guard who's guarding him. You missed any of the interviews this week from the Mercedes AM G man cave. Go to the Dan Patrick show app when you can watch and listen from inside the Mercedes AMC man cave whenever you want Reseda AM driving performance. We'll come back play the day and an etiquette question on game of thrones. Have that for you coming up? 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And also we have an etiquette question when it comes to spoilers for game of thrones. Mclovin. Could you give me the thought process illness this I'm not a game of thrones fan? But I do appreciate those who love it. And you don't want to spoil something the final season. First episode final season game of thrones this weekend. When can you start talking about spoilers? So traditionally. You should wait a day for an HBO show. These a lot of people watch from DVR or the west coast feed is behind east coast feed. But the season finale is so big that if you're a fan you have to watch it live. So therefore, you can tweet in real time about anything that's happening during the show. Paulie reached out to an expert John Hinde from the Howard Stern show. He wrote jump the shark, and he somewhat of an expert in this and the spoiler rules. And you got gotta hold of John Hinde this morning with the Johnson. I presented mclovin. Diesel to John Hein. And he said incorrect spoil route rules are in effect twenty four hours of silence. No discussion on Monday people because it's Sunday night show. Yeah. You have to be sensitive people who have to work that night or something else. They get twenty four hours to watch the show on TV are or stream whatever Tuesday morning is fair game. What he's saying is try not to post spoilers. Try not to talk about it and mixed conversation with people and. Unless unless you've checked to see if everyone has seen it only for Monday. But he said now the difference is this does not apply to the final episode of a show the final final upset this game of thrones. The final episode. Okay. If you don't see it live all bets are off. Okay. Can you would hear to those guidelines adalina? Well, the problem is my Twitter feed is going to be rou- of like just all spoil NFL players love their game of thrones. They're going to be putting it all out there. Everyone's gonna between lie. Even you. You'll you. You're the one who ruined Jon snow for everybody. Yeah. And I didn't even know what? John snow did or was given amazing ability to to throw like, oh, yeah. What Harrison Ford is at the. No, I did that what the sopranos where I didn't even see the episode. I never saw an episode of the sopranos and everybody was like, oh my God. Did you see the ending of the sopranos go tell me about it? Yeah. They fade to black. And I go, oh, they live on we die. So that that was my big discovery. There of what I thought the sopranos was all about I didn't even see the episode. Only knows. Everybody's like hey that song that they play journey. They're a great band. Go been around a long time there. But that was that was all I knew journey there at a diner and they fade to black. Yes. Mclovin. Now, what are the rules on streaming because say a show comes out on Friday. And you like a lot of shows streaming. Are you supposed to wait like how long do you wait now? But I don't tell anybody anything you say, hey, this good show. Yes. Yes. Like like Barrie killing eve, those are two of my favorites. Now killing eve if you haven't started watching that the first season like the villain. She is spectacular the sand rose. Awesome as well. But varies great- Bill Hader. All right coming up next hour your phone calls gymnast sound alike. Contest will open the phones up to eight seven seven three DP show. Final hour. Reggie Miller will join us and the NFL insider Peter Schrager will join us coming up as well. Got a poll question. Your phone calls are welcome. So your tweets one hour the books. Two more to go. Baseball season is a rug with the start of baseball season podcast one sports net has all your bases covered with the Dan Patrick show. You can't even spell strike the rich Eisen show. But it doesn't matter. If you get it moving if nobody's getting on base and baseball in chill. 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Brody, Can You Hear Us?

Elvis Duran Presents: The 15 Minute Morning Show

14:45 min | 1 year ago

Brody, Can You Hear Us?

"The. Strand presents. Fifty. Show. This is going to be an interesting fifteen minute morning. Show podcast so We've got froggy and Danielle. Gandhi and straighten eight scary. And then there's Garrett and now for the first time ever we can see him in Zoom Room. Sort of it's brody hi brody. What. Brody! And it's echoing speaker on your phone. I was I had an open phone line I hung up on on the line. Okay, can you hear his brody? Connected I you now you can hear. High, brody? His microphone is hear him breathing into his microphone. He can't hear us. Can you hear US Brody? His Mike. Okay hold on. We're looking at him in the Zoom Room. The microphones eclipsing his entire head around microphone picture is the same shape as Brody. Picture. Johnny Uncle Johnny two point out. What are we doing over here I'm glad we're getting this live. Brody is slowly connecting to audio. You can hear his number high. FROGGY screen record the Subaru and please. Karate. Just wanted to know what. This isn't making sense to anyone but. So we have to describe were seen. What do you see? Now, I just see his forehead and the microphone up to his ceiling and the light on his ceiling. Oh, no, now! I think there's a finger he's got. Actually clips now because he could see the sun, and whatever that is the microphone. On, it looks like an eclipse earlier. His head was the son and his microphone. Scary. Why don't you call him on the phone I'M GONNA. Call on the phone, yes. This'll be great. That is the snowball microphone. You're seeing in front of his head. Guys. Let me get on speakerphone here. Oh, now he's. Yeah? Hi! Can Listen. We're recording podcast. Just go to your computer. Go back to your in front of your microphone. On the front of the microphone. I. I hear him I heard it. Can you hear us? I hear you. Feet. The background Oh. Okay because we're on the microphone in scary. Like. No we're not going to go on without knowing that you can be a full functioning member of society here. This is the whole point. Trying. Isn't working. Well. HUNG UP ON HIM SO GANDHI! What are your observations here while watching brody try to get off zoom room. Call first of all I think trying to help Brodie do something is just a task in itself so scarier saint. However, how are you to such good friends and you've never taught him about any type of angle like whenever this comes on, it's going to be the worst angle of brody ever. He's like putting the phone on the floor. He makes fun of me for having high angles when I want to take pictures, and now you know why, because he. Lost and look at. That picture up now. It's a caricature of him. That looks much better angle. Like him guys guys. The whole point is to get him in. On the PODCAST, so we can talk to him and we can ever regular fifteen minute morning show podcast. Uncle Johnny Zimmer was a record for that froggy was. Yes. Yeah something like that. And I think. Johnny. Oh Man all right. All right well so. Favorite. I've taken pictures. Brody eclipsed by his microphone. Fries recording the zoom room. So this whole thing is being recorded. That's right scary. We see the record light. All right so? We've totally lost Brodie. He's probably signed off. He's he's. He's been trying to sign on again. We have to bring you up to speed. Brody refuses to come into zoom room with us. He just had ever since we started doing our show from home three months ago. We are in zoom room with each other every single day. He refuses to let anyone see what he looks like. For some reason, I don't know why. Why is he so shy froggy? He told you why. I don't know. Why ended a Guinea when we first started? This I set up an email group so that every morning I start zoom room around four five five o'clock in the morning and so I send. Send out a group email that goes to everybody with our private manning number and the password to get in, so brody was on the initial email, and he said I'm not going to be in the zoom room. I don't want to be seen on there, so take me off the email so I did I took him off, but then they had to Adam back yesterday, so he could be a part of this, but now he says I'm clogging up his email box with the zoom every day, and can I just make it, so we use the same waiting number every day I'm like no. Okay, he's. Now he's high brody. Brody! I hear him. Cute. Yeah! He's throwing his hands up in disgust. Your hands. Air Kenny Kenny goal through his computer instead of that microphone in front of his face. Will the microphone. The fifteen minute morning show podcast is almost over. We've spent the entire time just doing this. Like how much time do we have left frog? We have nine minutes. Oh. It wasn't as long as. You WanNa talk about well. You know what we're doing today and nervous about it. So hold on. Hold on. Hold on. You can hear him. Brody I'd. Say numbers I heard him talking. Very is there he is. Brody. Connecting audio, he says. Did Not connect audience. Brody Hi Brody. Brody. Okay never mind Daniel. I'm sorry I thought we had some exciting news there, but please go back to your story. I want to hear that go ahead. So I have to take my son to the dentist today, because his one of his braces. came off of his tooth, and he has to get them. Tightened hasn't been tightened yet, and it's the first kind of doctor's appointment. Outing that we've been doing since we've all been on lockdown and stuff like that, and I am like I am very nervous about this. I'm like like like you know a little butterflies and stuff like that. It's Kinda crazy. I know they take all the precautions and everything, but I'm still nerve events. I think once you do it, and you get out there I think you'll be okay. It's like you know when you dive into the pool. It's a little cold. It makes your nipples heart, and then after while you're okay. Your nipples will be checked. Her body. Computer! He. Cursing Something! Back talking. To someone Rhody Brody. Brodie! He's staring. He's staring at the. Alley. Yes yes, we hear yes area. But, we hear you. Talk. Yankee Stadium. Roti. Roti. You really can't hear. He signed off. Hold on. Me Give this out and brody can't okay. I'm not being an asshole. But. What if brody doesn't want to zoom cameras so bad that he's acting like he can Harris he sabotaging. Because next. Go you know what Atari don't worry never mind. Okay once this is over. We have to walk him through it and just try to figure out why it's not working. We need them on here. I mean he's been zoom room before, right? He knows it's possible correct. Yes, absolutely. We record the Brooklyn Boys podcast every week without fail and without error, and he comes always crystal. Maybe you're right. He shows up for that. I'm talking again. He does not let me see him. Though he only shows up in the I can only listen to him. He refuses to go on video. Zoom with me for Brooklyn Boys. Why? I don't know brody what he looks like. We've worked with them. For years. I don't get your. What's that? I'm sorry. I'm play registered something no. You're playing video games. No matter a on the kid. So you're doing the fifteen minute morning. Show podcast, but you know we would come to you eventually. Yeah, I think so, what team are you? On the giants of course I'm way better than they are in real life, but still God I hope so. I think this may be the very very worst fifteen minute morning. Show podcast ever and they're still. Listen to. This is the thing. that. Makes it good? Time? It's getting worse what Gandhi? The video component will make this good if there ever is a video component of it listening to it was probably frustrating, but I think I just got the greatest series of pictures. Ever I'm going to turn into. Art is going to be called. Brody meets technology. Let me you something Gandhi. He's GonNa. Tell you take that down when you post that he's going to get very upset with no. Okay, I'll keep it for myself. He's GonNa. Break the computer than return, said computer and blame them for breaking his computer. Probably, why why is your level so gary? You have a low level. I'm sorry I'm GonNa. Get closer to the MIC. It's I love being at home in the comforts of home and being with my dog and everything and. We can still get together with Zimmerman, but this technology. It's still for crap I don't know. Maybe we need a better system. Works for twelve of people because they can't work for one guy secure. I know. But. We still have to deal with with delays. We. Talk, we talk all over each other all right here. We see brody trying to get back into the room here. He comes hi brody. Rhody. We see. Here! He kept area. We got him highbrow. Hand, call them scary. Get them get on the phone again. Let's try this again. They said this is. Where you know, he would correct you. I'm still not sure if he can hear us. I. I could care less. Brody Roll on still waiting. Keep waiting because I can see you but I can't get audio. I don't know if you just. To My. Phone, if he mutes his phone, he could still talk into the MIC. We can hear him. He can hear us into the Mike Garrett. Correct, but mute your phone and you can listen on your phone and talk into the MIC. I can't hear any audio through the phone. Have to pull your hearing him the through the Radio Board and put him on hold in order from to hear. Well wait a minute whole. He's responding to Garrett. Can you hear me, yeah? I, you guys through phone. Okay, that'll work. For, now okay, but now all we can see as a light. Oh there you are oh. Hey Well now we microphone! Face Brody we can't see your face. It's eclipse behind your microphone. Perfectly planned no. You cannot do that. Brody. Sangle up. It took me twenty minutes. I'm telling you right now you're you are not allowed to participate in this show until you get this zoom room, thing fixed, and you get that microphone out in front of your head. You have to be a participant. This is not fair for the rest of us there. You Are you look? Very! Front looks awesome. We work with you for years. Why don't you want us to see? We know what look like there was a joke. No. Tell you. What now this entire fifty minute morning show podcast is a joke because we've been doing nothing but talking about brody hiding from us for fifteen minutes now. He's got his mets mask on. What are you doing? Brody. How much time do we have We have one minute and ten seconds last. Task. We've ever done anything we've done this. Sit here and try to get brody on the show. Is this faster than uncle? Jilani or slower. At this point, they're neck and neck with each other and getting. Hold on, technically? His picks yet, so he's technically not out yet. Yes. So boaty. What are your thoughts about? Anything and everything go all things, brody. Have Nothing. Can serious. We set to all of that for that. I looked up on on the Internet. If there's no audio coming from zoom, it says the host might be meeting me. Is Foggy the host. Muted none out. I'm meeting him in the zoom room because he's coming to clean feed, which is another audio program? I can't have them both on at the same time. Dear Lord. We're out of time. It's been really you sat through this entire thing God. Bless you God. The fifteen minute morning shell.

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November is Veterans' Month - A Successful Encore Career Spotlight

The Successful Encore Career Podcast

12:57 min | 3 years ago

November is Veterans' Month - A Successful Encore Career Spotlight

"Welcome to the successful encore podcast brought to you by nationwide insurance central Ohio area agency on aging and INA source. This episode is being recorded at the veteran's job and resource fair. Hosted by congressman Steve stivers at read one ventures in Columbus on Brad, Johnson longtime volunteer with employment for seniors. And with me as usual is Carrollton Triscuit. Hi, brad. How are you doing to join great wonderful? We are excited today being with congressman stivers and his staff and helping veterans find work, so we are bringing in a series of guests with us with an array of employers and resource agencies helping veterans find employment we've invited several guests to talk to us today. And right now, Zac bridges who is a paramedic and firefighter with the city of Columbus division of fire is with us today. Zach is a veteran. And he is going to tell us all about the opportunities that he has found with the Columbus fire. And I and I have to put a little word in here to my cousin in law is a paramedic firefighter. He's wonderful. So I was really excited when you said, you could come and talk to us today's Exo, thank you. So let's go ahead and get started and tell us a little bit about you. Thank you for started. Thank you again for inviting us to the fair, we relish the opportunities to work from a recruitment standpoint. And that's the office. I work in to tell everybody about our job this job in the world. Wonderful wonderful. That's great. So tell us a little bit about your military time. See I which but a year after high school, I didn't have the money to finish college. So I needed the GI Bill and went into the navy for years active duty during Desert Storm. Wow. And I was a boiler tech, which no longer exist. Good. No. That rate out. I think somewhere in the nineties and see after that. I went to college was computer information systems person did not like it, really. I knew when I was seven I wanted to be a firefighter. Oh my gosh. Do you remember emergency with ROY Johnny? Oh, yes. Exactly. Who I wanted to be? I was gonna say I thought it was the red truck and all that those sirens and noise and all of that stuff on that was cool to oh there. It was more about just totally people. Good. So my wife gave me permission to leave the consulting world pregnant with our third child. Oh my gosh. Yeah. My dream is being a firefighter wonderful. All right. So how long have you been in the fire service nineteen and a half years in may of nineteen ninety nine goodness gracious seemed like yesterday it does. I believe it another five and a half years I can retire and it's not going to. But I could okay. So that brings us right into the to the issue now, your recruiting firefighters, if you find a veteran, what do you tell them what what are all the great great pieces that can be on their doorstep by pursuing working in the fire department will the first and probably foremost pieces each veteran receives five to ten points at addition to their score which only veterans receive so after we're done grading everyone through three face test. They have their score a veteran gets an additional five to ten points, which puts them into the ninety percentile. And that's off of eligibility list. You'll be the first people who we begin to that through the background vista Gatien portions the other things they receive is their GI Bill through our academy thirty two weeks, plus a notion another two and a half years till they reached the three year, Mark. They get their GI Bill. Just like they were in college. If they so happen to exhaust that the city has full tuition reimbursement up through your so you would want you to is that GI Bill while you're in our kademi. And if you're granted enrollment endure academy that's a job offer that's twenty five year career that you just received, and which you can do only as a veteran you can purchase any of your active duty time towards that twenty five years. So if you have four years of active duty, you can pay in retire at twenty one years instead of twenty five years, and is it because I'm from state service. And we have those opportunities to purchase time. It's better to do it right away is absolutely. I want to start that at day one. But the other caveat is the military can get all four years use a state run or to work there. Ten that computations out to only four your pension donations weren't right equal to the ones. They will be able to try new good. That's great information. Okay. So college careers possibility graduate schools possibility you just have to decide you wanna do that. After you've gotten into the fire department. So once you're in then what we have the best work schedule in the world. We work twenty four hours on forty eight hours off, and we have a Kelly day. So we only average eight days a month that we work. Wow. Once you factor in vacation, it's about one hundred days a year. The city compensates very well. Or did I go wrong? I was just gonna say why didn't I think about that? When I was. Now a lot of people. Do we'll get about five to seven thousand applicants when we do. Our open enrollment is at rate is but the military that competitive advantage. Sure. Because once they successfully complete that testing process, they get that those five to ten additional points, and I could see where a military candidate would be perfect for I'm assuming the position as a lot of stress. Absolutely. And you went through military. He saw stress right? Great. Could be a good match. Really good match. If that's what you thrive on in can. And you like that. Absolutely, right. If you Google the most stressful jobs, firefighters, number two behind active duty, wartime military person. Yeah. Those do excellent point correlate well with each other. All right. The other thing too is veterans sometimes are not able to easily translate their skills from military jobs to civilian jobs for a couple of reasons. They don't the the language could be different to. They're not sure, you know, why did this? But what does it look like in civilian? They don't see the value. Maybe of what they did in military because they aren't able to easily translate it. But part of it also is the value of being in military was that notion of unit that notion of working together as a team. And that's difficult for an individual to then translate their abilities to an employer, but to the firefighters that really works well because you're working as a team. So that's way to their advantage. Absolutely. I Gerald used to work for the fun. No. But I've been doing this a long time. You made an excellent point. That transferable skill set of team. I even fought fire them was taught to fight fire on board naval ship. Sure. It is a perfect marriage where a paramilitary organization in fact, so some of our nomenclature or military terms. Our promotional processes one of them, you promote to Lieutenant first and then to captain and so forth. They are excellent career movement from one to the other. I can see your background in from working in boilers to going into the fire. Just because of the kind of mechanical stuff that you had to do on board. And what you're doing in the firefighting? Now, what about other have you seen other veterans successfully working through into the fire department from other backgrounds in military? Yes. But it's more. So in regards to what you had said that personal. Chain of command SO P standard operating procedure. Every discipline within the military houses. Those of us from the military easily digest that way of thinking and being there's very little guesswork in our job. The great part about our job is no two runs aren't the same. So that it good point that attention to detail is huge that they gave us in the military. It's like, hey the way in which we're going through this PS change because the environment is changed. So what pieces and parts are applicable based on this new environment. Okay. So the rivalry between police and fire. At least sounds like it's great. We all know that you all work together. Even if you're on the baseball team on the on the field on different areas. But. It's easy for military police to translate into police civilian place. But is that something that you have to sort of push a bit to get people to look at fire as opposed to police when they're looking to to change from military, not really actually people usually sign up for both of our exams. Okay. Good good plan. We're fortunate the climate of the country, we have a heart. We have a much easier time selling our our services. I'll bet I'll bet but they are like our siblings. Sometimes that sibling rivalry, exactly. Sure. Sure. Yeah. You know, the big brother thank foot off the times both or going through a process with the police. It's better because they hire. Once a year we hire once every two years. And in fact, our expiring phase will be January first of twenty nineteen thirty. I was where you sign up for the possibility of a job in December. Over. So we're hurry up and wait process, which military personnel understand. Well, but it is. So the way that's wonderful. What words of wisdom? Do you have for veterans who are listening to this? If you are sincerely looking to investigate the fire service. Come talk to me, and the other people in my office, the process is a little complicated. But the sooner you start the better chance you have a being successful through it. We have the number one job satisfaction rating out of Indy occupation or career in the United States. That's that's an you figure. Most people would do our job for free. And if the listener is from outside of central Ohio, they can go to their local fire station and talk to somebody, and which is a great way to learn about a job to do an informational interview. And just call the station say I just really like to get an idea. What do you think? And I'm sure somebody would talk to them. Absolutely. Would. I before we before I forget, I just want to mention that. We have no age limit for application. We've had a couple of people in their late forty successfully did through our academy. It's tough because you have to run every day a couple of miles into PT. But there are those forty and early fifty year olds earn extrordinary shape, military specialists, marine, guys. He's not even so they can get through our kademi wonderful. Okay. Why don't you give us some contact information phone numbers websites whenever you might need to to to get across to our audience. So that they know where to go. Thank you, Carol. I'm glad you mentioned that the younger people usually know that you can text a phrase to a certain number that phone number for us is four seven four seven four seven in the word that they would text. It's one word join CFD cool edition tenets. So it's join sealife Columbus f fire department. Correct. Okay. In addition to that, they can go to the civil service website of Columbus, click on public safety as well as Columbus fire or they can give us a call in a recruitment office. And our number is six one four. Six four five six three eight seven. Great wonderful. That's great. Well, thank you for. This is terrific. This was great information. We we're we have an array of people, but I saw the firefighters over there. And like, yes, we're going to talk to them. I so thank you again for your time today. 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Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network: The Jim Rome Podcast (BONUS 2: Bob Myers)

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

45:57 min | 2 years ago

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network: The Jim Rome Podcast (BONUS 2: Bob Myers)

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Call starting in nineteen ninety nine finding nearest store shop online only banana Republic factory but as you watch Steph right now. What is your? Level of concern Curry's, one of the most balanced people I've ever met. I'm envious of his joy for life, but he's fine. I think he bounces back because he's a great player and he believes himself got a high level of competence. Which is why he's been able to. Welcome to the Jim Rome podcast. This is eighty in my guest is the president of basketball operations, and general manager of the Golden State Warriors. Bob Myers Bob is a two time NBA executive of the year. He was national champion at UCLA. He is a San Quinton basketball legend fund me someone better to talk to in the middle of the NBA playoffs, then, the president and GM of the defending champs health me, a better guy. Period is good friend of both my radio program and the podcast, Andy's back here on the side hustle, after we absolutely killed at the first time around seventy five episodes back before his team tips off against the rockets in Houston tonight here Bob Myers on the podcast right now. Nothing is easy now foamy on this. It's a little convoluted. But, like if you've got that bowls on your back, you'd get a fight that and then complacency, and then the fatigue, applying late into every single season and then you've got this season, which is probably no different, except it every season is so different. So you this what made this season so unique in, how do you feel about what your team is right now of two games to one on Houston? Oh man. A lot of night. A lot of stuff in that question every seasons kind of its own movie or book, so you just don't know you start reading it, and it takes all these different twists and turns, and I think what you learn in this business, or maybe in life is that you have to kind of weather, the down moments 'cause they're going to they're going to come. Right. Movie and book aren't even good. It's all great the whole time. So, so you learn a lot. I think that more, I'm in sports or have been in sports. The fascinating thing is you get to see. People in a very raw environment very unbridled. You know, high scrutiny highly emotional high stakes. I Don we put these huge stakes on sports outcomes, which is great, right? I don't I don't I like I love sports too, but there's a pressure component. There's a lot of money. There's a lot riding on wins in wins and losses. And so kind of, how do you live and all that stuff for me? I live in, in the role I'm in, but players living at the way they do coaches. I mean, the, the life of professional coach is the listeners perspective of it is so different than I think, what it actually is. If you live with these guys and move home and see what they're up against they make a lot of money. But that's one one bucks. You check in life. It doesn't mean that everything else is great. So for me the fascinating thing Jim for this year, and as the longer I'm in it is to see people and see how. How we react to things, so for us this year. Yeah, there's been moments and then trying to do it again. And I love the analogy of kind of climbing. Mount everest. And it's, it's like is the is the fourth Tanya climate as meaningful. As the first the truth is man, I mean, I hate to say it, I don't I don't know. Right. I mean the truth I mean there's a hunger. So how'd you find it, and that's the challenge? But there's people that succeed over and over and over again. And I think the ones that do it yourself like your your success in your show. I mean, what keeps you going and working its because there's something in there, that isn't moved by money or fame. It's moved by your own pride and your own work ethic and hover. You got that and just doing your ultimate best. And so if you put it a lot of people like that together. It's pretty cool to watch it come to fruition, no matter if you win a championship or not, this is why I love talking to you that, that is so interesting. There's so many interesting elements now response blue ask about the one thing you start to say that the listeners really don't know exactly what it's like to perspective is kind of skewed like what are the listeners think it's like in. What's it actually like for these guys? If not glamorous. I'll tell you that. But it's okay. I mean he agree. We watch movies, and we think the actor just showed up and made the movie and went home. There's a set, there's a trailer these guys live in their eating food. They make money not with your family. You know you walk on the street. Somebody wants to picture. That's fine. That's great. But will maybe somebody says your movie sucked. Maybe maybe they tell you that you sucked, they don't want you on your fantasy team. I promise you athletes are not machines coaches anybody. Hey, Jim your show sucked. If you're driving away or this podcast did with Bob Myers, sucked, you hear that you're not like a you're not made of metal you. So you drive off and you go, I'm not gonna listen to that, but you heard it and that hurt, right? And it should who wants to be told that stuff. So we're in a decent you have to almost desensitize yourself and that's not fun like who wants to look around going. I don't care what anybody says or that guy. Somebody yelled at me. You know, even the people that are listening like you drive to work, and somebody honks you, we all want to pretend like that doesn't bother us it bothers you, man. Whether it's for five minutes or ten or later that afternoon, you're thinking, why don't they didn't even do anything that, that was crossing the street yelled at me because I was a little bit in the cross. What was that all about? Imagine having that come at you all the time. And people are listening to so what I'd rather play a sport and make money. That's fine. That's okay. There's so many good parts of it like any job. But understand there's travel, there's displacement of families there's pressure, there's publicity, there's fame. You think fame only means good. You know that. I mean it's not it's in some ways, I guess it's great some ways it's not. So I think the interesting thing is, as the more, we can imagine someone's life, but I think sometimes we want to hold up a athletes, or celebrities as perfect, because it makes us feel better and we don't want to see behind the curtain, like I don't wanna know that the players are just sitting in the room waiting for the game. I turn on the TV and their pop there in Houston tonight. You know, so I don't know. You probably you've been reviewed a ton of people. I'm sure you feel it in the interviews like this guy should be everything should be perfect. But nobody's life is. So I think maybe people don't wanna hear that maybe that shadow. There's a myth, but it's okay I think we'd all be better off a little more empathy for each other's occupations. But, you know, some people don't wanna go that far with it. Now Bob, I think most people here what they wanna hear and I've done this a long long time now. And I've always said, listen, we don't know any of these guys, we just don't know any of these guys based on who based on what based on their style of play based on a short interview, based on even along foreign podcast. You know, maybe they know me because I've been on the air for thirty years, or maybe they know you 'cause you and I have had several awesome conversations. But you're right. We really don't know what goes on. And I think you gotta have that empathy. I what I'm amazed by, like, what you said the world is pretty nasty, and these guys know what they signed up for, and you take the good with the bad, but the sense of you really need to desensitize yourself. You don't strike me like that, at all Steve Kerr does not strike me like that, at all the culture of your organization is not one of desensitization, but you have to have a thick skin, so we're do use raw a line. We. And that's why I think it's who you work with. Right. It's who you walk. The journey. It's who you prop who props you up on the days where you're kind of sitting there going, man. You know, if Steve says they ripping me for coaching or, or I feel like you know, they say a roster isn't good enough or whatever you probably other up, you go don't worry about that. You know, listen, we, we go we need or you, you know, you gotta make tough call. He didn't make the right call if I see that the him. I mean it's it's who you I mean, the truth is in our society, your spend more time with your co workers, and your spouse, which is your kids. I mean you better darn well, like who those people are 'cause we're investing a ton our cultures, hugely driven by work. And so if that's the case. And I'm in to I'm not sitting there judging because I'm in that type of job. Well, it better, I, you know, I learned and I think, you know, or people I'm sure people listening, there's there's, you don't know how long you get to do. Whatever you get to do. You don't you don't know how long you're, you're going to live with your parents, or your friends, or your own. I don't know. So. So make it you know, work with pretty decent people. And and, and to the to the desensitization thing remember that movie fever pitch where Jimmy Fallon's in and they're sitting there and the Red Sox just lost, and they cut to a scene and a couple of the players are eating in the bar where the fans are and the fans are, you know, drinking their beers at the bar and Fallon's with his buddies, and they look over there. It's chinese. What is Johnny Damon doing? What's he doing eating that steak right now? And this buddies. Like what are they not supposed to eat almost like that? That scene was funny. But at the same time, I promise you, like you know, you lose a game that you're supposed to win or it's the final you lose and the fans of there and the player walks what what's he doing here? Why don't you having a glass of wine and it's like, well, he's got to figure out how to leave. You know so there's this I don't know. Man, you probably know more than I do you can tell you better than me, how we view our athletes, and our coaches, and our we serve at the pleasure of the public, not me as much, because I'm not I'm not really in it like the spotlight in it, but we're supposed to make people happy. But man is feel good when you do it, but most of the time, he don't. Right. When a championship. So what do you do that nuts tough? I right. I mean you're, you're there to entertain, but then people put so much emphasis on not empathy but emphasis, and they wanted so badly. So Bob, when you look at it like take Steph Steph, seemingly has not necessarily been himself of late. Maybe not shooting the ball the way we've come to expect of late been a little bit of foul trouble. I mean you're known and already see it again in the conversation for your legendary calm. You don't overreact. You don't panic. This is no different, but as you watch Steph right now. What is your level of concern? I don't I mean I saw fit we talked I the thing I said to him was, I don't I it must be hard to be not, not even let's say at fifty point it's still, I don't want to sit here and you know, say that. He's got a wonderful life. It's awesome. But, you know, you it all still falls back on, who's your family, who's your friends, good or bad. Like I said, I mean so you celebrate with and who you? Agonized with. And, and that's what gets you through whatever you get through, and Steph curry is one of the most balanced people I've ever met. I mean, I'm envious of his, I'm envious of his joy for life. It's really a unique character. I think that's why a lot of people like him so much is he's a happy person he loves his job. You can't not see that you like him or not. You're everybody's own you know, they can do whatever they want with how they feel about them. But I tell you what he's really decent person. And he's seen. He's heard all the accolades, and, you know, when you're at that level, he's at a tiny blip. And, you know, they'll question you so. I again, I keep coming back to this. But like I have no idea what to say I can pretend to say some stuff, but always said was, hey, you know, I know you know, the answers to these questions and I'm confident we'll get him. But that what does that even mean we, we've known each other? I mean, we started and he had the ankle stuff and been through losing and winning. You hope if you work with somebody long enough, you have a little bit of a foundation. I think we do that. He just was just saying you care, like if I could do anything but he's fine. I think he bounces back because he's a great player and he believes in himself has got a high-level of confidence, which is why he's been able to do the things he does you need generally does Dallas back pretty quickly. So I would imagine if he's going through a kind of a challenging spot, or time, it always helps when you've got a seven footer who seemingly can do what he wants when he wants to whoever he wants something you've seen. Kevin Durant get zone before. Have you ever seen him on a heater quite like the one who's been on this postseason? He's focused. No, I honestly with him. You don't you don't ever, I guess he's so talented that. You just think he's capable of anything every time he shoots. You know, these are the best players, you think it's going in. I just feel lucky to watch them close all the games. I could see Kevin Durant. It's pretty cool. I mean I grew up loving basketball watching NBA just go into an NBA game. So sometimes you got to remind yourself look for you. You're like I get to talk to some amazing athletes. That's that by itself is, is great forget about how long it get to do it or who it is or how much you get paid to do it. You just get to do it. That's a pretty nice thing to experience. And so for me to watch him, what's your team and watch him perform up close and have that in my life to look back on, and ever many years and go man, I always say that about the final even when we lost game seven in the finals. I really don't sit on the floor on the floor. And I was sitting there going, this is a memory painful one, but this is life. He's, you know we live in life staring at. Something that I could game seven in the NBA finals at home and you lose. It's like, wow, we don't remember a lot of things. But some things, you know, the more things like that, that you can live good and bad. It's a it's a full life. That's what you wanna do. I think, and I think for me to watch Kevin Durant is I'm not gonna, you know, twenty thirty forty years down the line. I'll say I got to see that guy. Get to know that guys. It's pretty cool right now with the Republic factories, save big seventy percent off your store. Let's vicki. 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Guys who were in this thing. And you guys you've played for guys like this, you know how this works there guys were winning is relief in losing, his death, and misery. And I don't think you're that guy. I think you've got this amazing life work balance. I think you had this mazing perspective that said when you mentioned that loss, like when you think of things, do you think of the wins the big wins, first or the tough beats? I think the law, right? I say loss is it's just. I don't know. I mean the law 'cause then it's what could you when you win? You don't go what could have done differently when you win. 'cause one and there are things done differently to be honest. Maybe one by Moore one faster. I don't know. But I don't think I've changed. I, I, I think. It's hard. I, I don't know. Here's a bad example. Let's say you're thirteen and you know, you don't have much money in your growing up. And you wait for your driver's license and somebody says, in and you've got a picture of a red Ferrari, on your bedroom wall, and you're like, oh, Mike. If I could get that for I mean, I life would be that would be like that. That's all I need when I turned sixteen if somehow I won the lottery and got that Ferrari, everything would be great and fast forward three years. And you've got that picture your stared at all the time and sixteenth birthday, you pass the driver's test, and you go out and your driveway, somehow by magic. You gotta Ferrari. The problem with that is. I want I, I almost wish that upon everybody you get in the for all you drive it. And you go. Pretty pretty unbelievable. Exactly what I thought we goes by still pretty good, but not had a bad day at school. Screw it doesn't like me, and whatever my friend said something to me. So I'm gonna get my Ferrari and drive well, not really doing the trick. No two weeks ago three weeks year. All of a sudden, you know you're you wanna go drive now. I don't I don't I don't want to say I in the point is that so I think we all should whatever it is. I don't know what is for you. Maybe you had to get in syndication. I don't maybe for you. It was the X amount of money made or I don't know. There's something in your life you if I could just be on the evening drive. And you got that and I could just see Cindy I got a TV show. Okay. So you're telling me, you probably chief more than I have. I mean so what did they do? I don't know. No. I mean what does that do for you? Did it change your life? I mean, it's a great success. But what does it mean? It means you, you accomplish some stuff. So that's good. Now what? And I don't know this stuff it live. I live, not achieved more than you. But I think it's a really fair question. I'll never forget when I went to UC Santa Barbara, Bob. I remember at a professor that I thought he, you know, politically, I keep politics out of the show. But I thought he was a really interesting guy. And I remember he came out of nowhere. He wasn't a guy that had been there, a long time, and he was really very, very, very liberal, and I was fascinated by the guy, and I remember him looking at the entire class one day and saying, let me tell you something kids, a new bike ain't gonna change your life. A new bike will not change your life, and I remember thinking to myself, you know what man, a new bike would change my life. It'd be really freaking cool. But it's so true. Right. Like we, we all lock in July for like a week day. Exactly. Exactly. Until some other drunk kids, stole it, and then where was I to go? But I think the point is fair like we keep grinding and grinding grinding for each. The shiny thing or the thing that brought us prestige, whatever it is. And then you get there and then what it's great for a little while. But then what then what, what do you do? I don't know the answer to that, too. You know. And I think you know what it is. I'm not good at this stuff. Like I don't want the listeners to think I know I question these things that I don't have the answers because I have the answers. But honestly, I think I think what it's about is something good happen. The good things in your life happened in the bad. And who's there for that, right? Like it's your wife at your kids, your friends. Whatever who, that's it. Right. I think that's it. And I guess if you do well, financially that allows you to do things for other people in your family. So that's good. But, you know, I'll tell you what, you know, took to wrap the bow on this thing. I think it comes down to so, so I guess, I'll ask you, you don't have to answer but I'm curious what is your definition of success? I wanna go back to your first point known that don't answer the second one. You're right. You're right. It's who when it all goes down. Who's there for you? You know, your whole point about I wish that every kid could get a Ferrari at sixteen to see what it would be like I wish that everybody could have a quarterback come over the table on TV and deal with that. And then see who's there for you. Because they know who your friends are there know who rushes into pile on. And now we're now we're getting somewhere right now we're talking about what you're talking about with your guys. And then, you know who's gonna stand with you win. It all goes down. Yes. So we remember and here's the thing. Oh, yeah. You know you right now if I said, Jim right down, right down. Who is there? There's probably like five names. That's it. That's it. And you remember this. No. Do remember, who you remember how you remember when they called, you remember when they showed up, you remember what they said, you remember how they do it? And then you say, why did you remember that? You know what? I remember that because it meant something because it meant something and you know what? You know what else remember all the people I thought or something and they weren't? And here's the here's the bad news. You will never see vet not you them. The people that were not available or went to certain way. No, no, no, no. You can't have that back some things. I can't forget and it's not forget forgive but something's sorry man. Like, what you did in that moment. No, I can try. I'll try I don't wanna be upset anybody. But that time you you gotta be there. You can't come it'd be like that. And I think that's your right. What you said, you get you forgive because you have to you can't care that around with you every single day. But you don't forget, you don't forget, and you'll be there in terms of what success Nobel. What success it seems to me? I'm not here yet. And I think about this quite a bit. It's, it's self actualization, right? It sounds like so cliche, when you hear athletes say, I only focus on what I can control and I don't worry about what I can't control with that'd be the biggest waste of time ever. All anybody could ever do is be our best version of ourselves. Right. And believe me, I'm nowhere near where I wanna be that's success. Are you are you making good choices consistently? I'm gonna hate that whole can you get a little better every single day? But can you get a little better every single day? And how do you stay mindful? And how do you stay present? And how do you maintain that balance? That's me a success. No. And I think that I think you're right. And it's a constant evolution. And I think the one that grabbed me was because, you know what you told me. I'll tell you what my definitions. But what everything successes money? What is Johnny fundings big house Bacar vacation house, fame, money that guy successful? We don't even know what we're saying because successful what he's got, like five kids from five. What do you mean success like what, how well you know, he doesn't because he's always got a hundred. Dollars. Okay. So he's rich because is that successful I don't know. I mean but, but unfortunately again, I don't I do it too. Like I was really successful. He started the company a real jerk. Yeah. But he's that's full based on what my favorite definition is the people that know you best love you the most. So we can go, you know, picture time like thanksgiving dinner of somebody that has it all on the outside who's sitting there with them on thanksgiving or Chris. I don't know what pick a holiday. And you tell me like they gotta whatever they got is that success. Like, and then you tell me somebody doesn't have much, and they're surrounded by good people or friends, and you go that and their kids and the and, and, you know, they're not famous. I don't think you do. I don't think you do what you do to be. I don't do what I do to be. I don't I don't understand it. I put the wrong person to ask about Bob. I know you don't I just can't understand like I, I understand people that wanna make money, I'd get that understand that. But fame is another one that I, I and I think, again, like it's unfortunate because I think when you seek that stuff, it's dangerous, but, but for me it's really, you know, you can be publicly successful and privately, you know, when they grab when they do the thirty for thirty or the outside lines or the behind the music and the interview the, the daughter of the sun, and they go, yeah. I never really knew my dad like he wasn't around. So to me, that's the then I'm done. I don't care how many Oscars Grammys or championships. If your kids interviewed, and you're in your life story, and they go, yeah. You know, my dad he came around and my twenties. I'm sorry. I can't I can't go for like that's not I can't like what's what's worse than regret. What's worse than regret who wants to be sitting there at seventy or seventy five and having all these regret? And being unable to fix things. Don't things he worked so hard for what do they mean? Then what do they mean at the very end? They mean nothing. Yeah. And I think, you know, we're talking about, I think sports is such a awesome thing because it highlights it puts a spotlight on people and all the things that, you know, it's, it's fascinating like the sports culture, and I love it. I really do. I'm not against any of it. It's just it's just so interesting to kind of live, and I, I get to be with the little man behind the curtain, it wizard of Oz. I get to like feed a megaphone. I don't I don't get to look at the big voice behind. I don't walk up to the curtain in here. Big voice, I get to sit behind the curtain, and watch the little guy with a megaphone and go. What do we do what we do? So it's, it's a different perspective. And I think I'll tell you this. I didn't know I don't know how you grew up, but I didn't know really what the players were doing. For breakfast or what kind of shoes they even war, which is a big deal. I think I might have known, like Michael Jordan, headed Airdrie, but to be fair. I didn't know who the GM the warriors was. When I grew up, I didn't know what car they drove into the arena. I didn't know what they thought about certain things. I knew that on the next day. I'd open up the paper and they scored twenty points and they wonder lost, and had five rebounds. I knew that. But, but now and that's like who even opens up and looks at the box. I don't even know if people look at box weird, isn't it? It's so weird and so different. I like Bob, I'm older, but I, I can tell you, my earliest recollection acting remember, fighting, my dad for the sports page, because that's all there was back in the day, he taught me to read the box scores. And I remember him telling me when I was in second grade, your guys Gail Goodrich you love. Gail Goodrich, right? Gail goodrich. A letter asking for an autographed picture. And sure enough that thinking about a month later, it was like greatest thing ever man. It was so awesome. It was. So awesome we. Right. That's all you. That's all you knew that it's okay. But I think it's, it's not gonna get laugh my lawn. Man Gilgamesh was my guy. Off my lawn shoot. It now here's a good Bruin, right there. I like this story was great. You ain't gonna tell you better. You better meet him one day I meet. And plus you now it is, you can tell me when you first met one of your idols, we all want to go well, and it does not always go. Well, I had a few I had, like three Terry Bradshaw, Ron sake yoga, which was my guy. Would you believe that I finally met Gail Goodrich in interviewed him at the opening of a K mart in Khalida, California, Santa Barbara? That's how I met my idol Gill Goodrich. Great crazy. Right. Who is your who? What did you who's your first guy when did you meet him? Your first idol me medium. Yeah. Who was your first, like what's it gonna be really admired and looked up to as a kid, man? You know, Chris Mohan was a guy that was key. Come to our high school open gyms, and he's quiet. I really liked Chris. He he. You know what I liked? He wasn't. He you know what I like about Chris in liked. And like still is he's authentic. Like even and, and at that time I met him. He might have been going through through some stuff. I don't even know. But, but I just like the like he was just a real guy. I don't know how to explain it the right way. I mean you may have better words. But I'll tell you what he was what I thought and to me, that's a win. When you meet somebody, that's a famous person in there, what you thought that's a victory because most of the time, and it's not what you think. And it goes the wrong direction. I mean, if you can meet your expectations like whether it was Gail or anybody else around say or Bradshaw, you go. That's cool. I met him thought he'd be a good guy. He was the hardest ones are with you, meet somebody. And it's like whoa thing. Friday night, Sunday brunch. Does not match. Her backs are Beck's Queen every cigarette can cut your life short. Find that hard to believe then tap the banner for more this free life freedom to be tobacco free right now at banana Republic factory save big with fifty to seventy percent off the entire store. Let's take an extra fifty percent off clearance. Doc dresses, polo, starting in nineteen ninety nine. Thank you nearest store or shop online only but like factory, look, I know it can be frustrating, especially if you're running late or you're in a hurry. You find yourself at a railway crossing, and you're waiting for a train, you don't see the terrain, the signals were going, the trains, not there. You're like screw it. I'm just going to sneak across the tracks. Don't do it ever for any reason, because trains are going lot faster than you expect them to be. They cannot stop even if the engineer hits the brakes right away. It can take a train over a mile to stop. And by the. Time, what used to be your car is a crushed hunk of metal, and what used to be you. Well, let's not go there. You don't think about that. The point is you can't know how quickly the train is going to arrive. The train. Can't stop, even if it does see you the result is a disaster. If the signals are on the train is on its way in, you need remember, only one thing, you need to stop because drains can't. The story of how you interviewed which lake is awesome. And again, I know you're not looking to make it about you. But the fact is you were a really good, young agent and attorney would no connection to the new owner of Golden State, you grew up in the bay area. How did you get on his radar? How did you get that job? I don't know. He he he he he's brilliant in his he built a bit. I mean, he didn't come from anything grew up in east coast and, and made his own way, and really, really smart guy and built companies through Kleiner Perkins and invested in people. And I think what he saw. I guess what, he's telling me with someone that had some skills to help you know this organization. And, and I think you know, when I met him was I wasn't. I didn't agent thing was was good for me. It was. It was a good networking thing, but it wasn't I never felt comfortable in it entirely. And so there's always kinda hoping for something else. But, but I've been fourteen years, and then guy I met through the agent thing was Danny Ainge who had Kendrick Perkins ahead with the Celtics and scallop greeny, and, and so job Laker was a minority partner of the Celtics prior to buying the warriors. And so, when Joey bought the wears I think he'd had him for about eight months. Once and I called age and said, hey man, could you introduce me to Joe? I, I love the kind of meet with him, and see if I could ever work there, not, not saying, I gotta be the GM or anything. I just said I'd love to try to maybe go work for the worst. So I did one of the deals where, you know, I think I told Joe you know, I'll be up in the bay area. I think it was in December, you know with my family if there's any window at time and I, I basically gave him a two week frame of when I'd be up there, and it wasn't gonna always going up there three days, but tip to anybody. Like just say you're going to be there. And if he says, I'm available this day just fly fly down and fly up and go, so it's kind of what happens and I can see on this day I wasn't planning on being there on that day but I met with him. And we just talked about basketball. We're talking about the team. What, what we thought it wasn't a lot of business though, just Bastable and I left and I got in the car with my dad. My dad drove me. And my dad said, how'd it go? And I said, well, that's not happening. Tired and me. And he said, what do you mean? I said, I just talked about basketball, like we didn't. He didn't say what can you do? We didn't do we just talk about affable. And in about three months later Joe cold, and I remember where I was I was in Brentwood LA, and he called and I pulled over. There's like a I think now it's a wall. I don't know what it was CVS. Walgreens on save any and I remember where I was in the parking lot when he started talking to me, and he said, hey, I are you serious about wanting to come and I said he said, what could you do and I, I think I could help. I mean, I've worked on the business side of the NBA for a while, and I don't know whatever you want me to do, and then a couple of days later, we figured out quickly a role and started off in the system GM, and he said, you know, maybe one day he can be GM, but he didn't promise that, and that's it, man. You know, like you, you, how'd you get to where you are. There's all these tiny little things I just skipped over that gets you. I mean it starts with. How'd you meet, Danny, HUD, you meet this guy, you know, we all these things that that alliance for these moments in time. So there's a lot of things that happened before that to get me even to meet with them. You never know. And in Bob. How about, you know, I picked my spots with respect to your time you have a pretty important game tonight, but a final thought when you you're UCLA routes mean very, very much. You we all almost all of us love when we went to college, those are formative years. That's what we remember you were one of the guys on the ninety five championship squad, you know, maybe, maybe the numbers do not jump off the stat sheet necessarily, but you that's amazing basketball. Urine your life like where would you when you look at your basketball life and amazing life? You've had where would you rank that year and what are the things that you think about I when you think about ninety five? And that was like the young naive, you know, hard to believe like surreal, part of my, the first bigger than life moment for me where you're kinda like wow. This is really happened. I remember leaving the king dome and Seattle and the bus, and I was listening to a song I had like discs man's or something. There was no pods. Right. And it was I think it was that Natalie merchant song like these are the days, I don't know who sings it. But anyways, it was kinda like I remember sitting in the bus window looking out as we were driving away, go. And these are like this is a this is a moment in, like this is this is big like all this is going to stick like your graduation day and whatever big things we have your kids, and I remember that year like I said, I wasn't. I didn't do anything to practice. I, I the, the years I played, we're after I played my junior senior year when it actually mattered when the game was not. We rub up thirty. Right. Didn't matter if I was inter- not. But myself we didn't play. That's when we went, but I remember. It's twenty because somebody would ask me when did you think you had a chance to win the championship that year so myself? And I would tell them my freshman year we were playing in the NCA tournament in Oklahoma City against Tulsa. And it was halftime of the game. We were down twenty something points. We were a four seat. I think they were thirteen or something like that. And, and Ed O'Bannon came back, and he was our best player and he literally quiet guy. Nice guy. Quiet, quiet leader. And he comes back in the locker room and picks up a chair and literally throws it against the wall and goes, I can't show my f- face Beck in LA. This is never going to happen again and just screaming and the coaches walk in gym here because our coach and literally just stopped because this was so out of character and for Ed to be doing this, and he he was went on a tirade and, and just called. Everybody out and said this, you know, this is this, I'm coming back next year. And this is never going to and from that moment on. From that moment on, he showed up he came back for senior year, and there was no question of whose team it was. And no question with who's gonna lead us. And literally he took us to the champ. I mean it was unbelievable. So again, everybody goes, well, you'd be Arkansas. You know, it's it starts way earlier, man like it all. And that's the best part of the story. When did you think might have a chance to win a championship when we were down twenty five the year before and the NCA tournament? That's what I thought we might look at Virginia. This year, lost to a sixteen seat, I bet at the end of that gain Tony Bennett had to suffer and face all the wrath of media and fans and everybody and then a better I bet he looked at the players in the locker room. I don't know any of this, and I bet he said, you know what, I'll go. I'll go for with this group. We just we just we were just we just had a historically, bad loss. But I'm looking at how they handled it. I don't know how they handled it, but I bet they handled it. Right. 'cause they came back and won a championship the next year. So that's what's interesting to me about spoke. It's not well Virginia did this and that and this guy hit a shot, what did they do when they lost to the sixteen? That's the story does such great story about in Oban. And I love that because you're right that's at Obama. And that's not how he was dream on dream, Draymond Torna chair through a wall, but it'll benefit differently and finally up to your point this how he'd come full circle. This is how we started this conversation. The beauty is sports is how people react to this strive to the adversity. Have you ever seen a calmer? Cooler more collected guy than Tony Bennett. Maybe your guys Steve Kerr, maybe but then Tony Bennett. I've never seen a coach like that ever. And. Here's the thing. I agree. Totally agree. When did it become right to be crazy on the set? Like when I don't know. Is that mean you're trying harder you care more? I don't know. Yeah. You care more, because you yelled and loudly. I don't right? Yeah, unfortunately it exudes it does. I think many people think that, unfortunately because I don't think it means you care more, if you yell more, I don't subscribe to that theory. No, I think Jay writes are pretty cool character. I think he cares a lot. I think Tony Bennett's and extremely cool collected guy. I think he really cares. There's no way you could come back from losing to a sixteen and win it all next year. And this you cared a lot right? 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2021 Pala 2 MX Post-Race Interviews

The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

18:56 min | 2 weeks ago

2021 Pala 2 MX Post-Race Interviews

"Pro circuit racing based in corona california and founded in nineteen. Seventy eight by mitch. Payton is known for two things building high quality horsepower and winning races the name pro circuit has worldwide recognition that you have bought the best and we strive to get you the very best products for your bike from two strokes to four in june porting suspension in our top rated exhaust. Bronx we cover it off. And i'll take a look at our own. Twenty twenty one roster of joe shimoda cameron mcadoo awesome fortner jordan smith and seth haymaker visit pro circuit dot com for more info on all the services and products pro circuit. We raise now. He's not doing media that we've we've done weekly interviews and we're going to let them go. Kristy craig making you return from a from an illness. Hey track down kenny. And that second motor. You gotta be stopped. Yeah but yeah he was. I think he was a little tired from the first motto. So that's not normal okay. But you've been sick. You missed a race. You haven't written a lot so let's you know you're you're both not one hundred percent. Yeah no i was struggled out there. I think i think my my writing style fit the track today like being calmer off the clutch into smooth standing up in corners and it helped I got to top five. And i pretty much stayed there So first of all you were thirty seconds. Back thirty seconds ahead. I mean it was like a regular practice day right literally just by myself riding around Unfortunately but five four but the fill this so depleted so. Give yourself some credit here. No i didn't ride the best but did put myself in good spots and stayed there so We got one more week to maybe get a podium something. Maybe a modo podium be cool. So i was just talking to a kessler whose on the pope mex- machine today he said actually wasn't that rough. It looked brutal to me but he said it wasn't that bad now. It was so damn hot that literally halfway felt like you were shot so it wasn't as rough as the first shot when we came here. Now sketchy it was I'm not gonna complain about that so Less deep sketchy nurse but man. The track was okay. Couple seen kohl's that took him people out but yeah all in all. It was a good day. I think you've gotta be happy with that. I mean how much have you been back on the bike since you were off. I wrote one day in the past two weeks since budd's creek so and one day it was rough so yeah. I'm glad i got through today. practice was rough. I felt like just tired all day today. So just put it in cruise control and domi- laps probably won't ride this week. Either i think one ray. I one day. I'm going to do some starts and and just try to try to stay fresh for hang town not so about five four like you said good job for that. Thanks thanks thanks. We'll haunt Love to see today Three in a row by me. I really don't have anything to say to be honest with you. My performance is just lack of better words. Piss poor I've gotten cocky. Had a big lead everything was going you were cruising yeah. I resigned my contract for multiple years. I got a lot of money and Yeah i'm just got caught slipping really so it's gonna come down to the finale. It looks like it's gonna be exciting times. I'm going to possibly. I might wear nothing. Dirt bike related. I might just go incognito. I don't know. I gotta go back to the drawing board because whatever i'm doing right now is not working. We're good luck with that On on the serious side of the side Michael moseman Got writers out right now. He's back last week thirty. he's good. That's i mode was really impressive. All around awesome. I mean we haven't had the best odds against with you being sick and whatever we can make. Zoe aren't right but he's a blind himself fully at showing and it's it's awesome to watch first motoman. Look yeah you don't see guys go crash back the seventh backup. That's and it's hot. And i think i think it was the second motor. He's like man. I don't have much less than the tango. And i'm like well. Luckily no one does. It was hot today so No it's awesome to see the building in this whole team environment that we have going on right now is it's pretty bad ass just abortions supposed to be on team. Usa pulled the plug. What are your thoughts on that whole situation. I mean it just sucks right but it's the it's the right move as a whole. I think it's the world's weird right now for whatever telling me yeah. Just everyone has their opinions in no matter what you do. It's going to be wrong so it doesn't really matter right so however it goes. It's the way it's supposed to happen. We don't need to travel overseas. I wish we were going. I know justin. Which is he was going which we're going to italy. I love your so. It's one of those things where it sucks right here right now. We'll be back next week. i doubt it. Yeah i'd say well muslim zuniga job. And i'm up and i'm cruising right now in our little flip off game. Life's good right now for me. I'm gonna go home and really think about what i've done the last two weeks about next jet lawrence Some would say your generational talent. Yeah if finally the good to hear you say that. Actually it's we had the internet lined up Jet just picked the number one media source for his first interview. He whipped his thing at us. Look long minors. I think he does a good point. Yeah he really does. Can we just do this real quick and then never mind. The racer quotes veloce. Okay i make him feel. I'm going to ask the same question. Three three three at paula. incredible This this was backwards. It doesn't seem to matter. Yeah for some reason. I think I just have some magical something on this in this area it's I've had three for three like you said it's awesome and you can't really complain about it much but Hopefully we can keep it like that. Four in a row that anything changed for you coming into iron man like anything different any settings any mindset. I don't know if something happened to help these foreign motives. I just kind of kept that my work really. Everyone else is kind of dying down now. Because it's gonna get audit. Starting to get more mentally fatiguing. Thankfully i have a olsen traina johnny any keeps on my ass and and thankfully all the work and the off seasons really sauna. Payoff really johnny. Oh he's trained. The martin brothers variety trained ricky strength a lot of guys and he's known for her soul crushing bike rides. How do you do on those bike rides. I saw a lot. I am starting to get closer to them. Which is so. They don't have as bad as they used to. They still soccer. Yeah it's it's i've heard track. Prep today look the same. As round one. I to be honest i think round one was better to be honest it today. I felt like it was an eli tracking. I like how that russ would kind of go into more berms allies. Really good at that. And i think it was more of that type of tracking and the wants to go dry they. They tried to keep them water. Which but once it goes dry here. It's hard to get that water back in and so we're going to hang down. You got a nice lead but I guess you've been hanged on before route you raise the regional or something there. What are your thoughts on this week. And the preparation down my preparation for the hang towns gonna be same as this weekend and i'm going to be going in mentally wise thinking that i talked this weekend and make sure i go there and and do my job rank these announcers in order emig langston wagon ranked him in order and make emig langston and again we each like. Hey we'll go. i'm gonna go langston. I because he's a nice guy. And i'll put put Jason second because these right he. I don't wanna get knocked. Daddy really hoping you go third for this idiot. Well he's in easing punching distance. I don't wanna get yeah. I already had one blood nurse today. So i don't need another so What happened. I think the first one i came in i just i think mainly because of the heat book i bought was like okay. Great work four in a row crushing it and hard not to think of that championship next week. But yeah it. It's looking good man. Thank you for doing this. Thank you boys jason kessler. Look my bike. Let you down i mode. Oh that's that's my fault. But fifteen. Second moto erode really. Well man you just steadily shady starting spot of course and just steadily got guys. Yeah man i moto. The wheel blew out but You know unfortunately happens at track. Brutal out there and second moto Just try to sell the through. Ever i could. I was pretty far inside so got pinched off. Pretty hard on the star and Yeah just dug. Deep man is like mid twenties at the beginning. And this kind of worked my way up. I you know i i felt like i was. I was moving along. pretty good. Guys were getting tired and You know i was making passes and moving up semaine things so Finish fifteenth at the end. You know which. I could have got rapper. Fourteen but You know that's all we had laughed. Made almost my now to go there. They denarlie hold about one over the bars. And that was that was it for me but You know good way to good way to end it at least salva today. A little bit Let's face it this is it. You're an east coast guy. This is not your premier kind of track and the conditions. Start totally different. And i'm never out here. And i know excuses should be able to write anything but it was definitely a more of a struggle for me today and we're challenge You know happy the second only salvage something on the day you almost died right in front of me and before the finish over the bars saved. It's still the finish line. Yeah man that was sketchy for sure. I took the inside and came out at thing and it was just walked out. And i tried like really over the last one dropped in it. Yes i mean compact it about bio toss memorized superman and all sketchy but Camping off by early but Yeah i can't thank you enough. And and i did a great job. I do especially you paul neck. I can't think you guys especially Pair of dino's man he He worked his ass off today big props to him and We'll swap break swap changing bike over to everything that you like. So yeah there's a lot of work involved we. We didn't know if we're going to make the second motor off. I is because the break caliber was was destroyed but luckily luckily a friend gave us. A bike takes parts off of and Now we got it back on and just try to do my best Can't think you guys enough. Because the only reason i hear it was cool to have you out area fifteenth inamoto. That's great. i mean you got your career. Best was thirteen last week. So on a california track with thirty gate bicker. Whatever the hell you had you almost did your career best. I'm sure that's a good way to look at it because i You know last week last weekend at ironman was was running good and finish thirteenth and only finished two off You know for these conditions. Not bad. Maybe brought your gear and everything. Everything was good there. Yeah and my my o'neill year was fresh for sure you know. Enjoy the ride. Always thanks for doing this really fun. Deal thanks for doing this. Hell yeah thank you so much. Michael moseman paula man. That first moto. You're winning you get past crash you're in seventh. You work your way back up. Never mind the overall in the second like that fucker. I motor was awesome. Dude great job. Thank you thank you. Yeah i've been working a lot towards that towards that end. And i believe that i can win and i believe which is honestly new and i believe that i should be up there. I belong up there and you can expect to see me up there a lot more and so your second modal last week was still good. You were pretty far back right and so that you're on four really really good motos. How's the shoulder. I mean is this something that's even could be even better if the shoulder was as a good point I'm dealing with. I don't know probably like a minor. Ac separation I think i just cancelled my doctor's appointment seriously i went. I went to the doctor. And he's like yeah. we should take. You should see me back here. In a month i said a month. You're kidding like i said two weeks tops off the bye and he Anyways it sure another was like two weeks and then we decided race and shoulders pretty much. Good pretty much. Good like on the basketball court. Like lefty lay ups probably like not in the cars yet but other than that Leasing could be better off. The couch isn't help. But some of the pressure i mean. Look here's his out justin's out. I mean some of the pressure and i'm not saying like tk and wilbur yelling at you but i- internally you must be like. I really if i can race. I'm gonna race. Yeah no there. There's that Obviously they want to do its best and You know they they want to do what's best for the team to and so Did we did it and it was. It was a good good race. Track was brutal and the weather was brutal day track brutal weather brutal. But i love it man. I love it like this. It's like absolutely miserable. And then you get done and you give all you have and some. That feels good. You know i guess for the jet. I mean you gotta take your adviser to them and be like hey kids three for three of this track so i guess i guess he's got it down. No kidding you know. He's he's got skills. He's got skills and You know he put it to a second moto. This guy's been you know in in shape and he's been rocking these things often so You know just come up and challenge is not going to be an easy feat but Come and watch next weekend a good track for you right absolutely home track. I got a lot of upset. Knows maybe this could be. You know you've kinda gone. What second overall last weekend or third third third fourth overall second overall this weekend it's only one spot to go right absolutely absolutely that's where To my eyes are and I think like a couple of weeks ago. I was like i want to win last round whether whether if i race and that was when i was like pretty sure i was only gonna race last round But that's awesome right man. I motor was damn impressive. Thanks for doing this. I appreciate you. cody shock. While another great day on a track you know well what was it like though from round one to this one as far as prep and dirt and obviously direction was backwards. So europol guy. What was it like. I at the prep was almost similar as around one. No no but i will say they feel like they. The maintenance on it throughout the day was really good. So good race track It's just. It's hard here. Because when paula makes like not a new layout but they like fully redo the track the top soil gets blown off. Then the there's holes that form so you got honestly be on your your toes all day and it keeps you on us and with the heat today. Obviously you get fatigued and dealing with attraction. You're so much like it was today was honestly pretty hard for me. Was it really. Yeah i felt like today was harder for me than ironman which is weird because ironman you have the humidity which takes more out of you in a way out here you have dry heat so it's two completely different factors but felt like today was hard for me so Like the direction. Yeah i thought. I thought it was pretty cool. I think we needed a change. Honestly and now. I feel like the overall the track was fun and yeah it was just a good good day under starts or good man. You start to really good right now. What's the secret sauce. Keeping it locked it. That's why tony tells me to do keep it locked in so Yeah no i. I love starts. It's one of my favorite things about racing. And it's it's never been strong suit for me by lately has been in this four fifty classy half have to get a start because that reuss sucks so yeah no. It's easier when you start up front rather than in the back. I'll be with your motives today. I i was overall pretty thrilled. I mean we're gonna roll Seven i went seven seven for seventh overall. Which also 'cause. I was like if i go seven seven for like eight six. Then what have been the inc. Yeah so now. It's just a good day. Honestly and then obviously i think we all know. The news team may not be around next year. Leaves you in the lurch a little bit. I'm sure the way you're writing. You know you're gonna have people coming to you but that's a good way to end the season. Got one more to go on a very very solid season. Talk about that a little bit. Yeah i got the phone call on wednesday and after. I've been announcing that. I'm staying on here for next year. So that through a lot of people off Yeah i mean. I've never been in this situation and to me. It's it's very stressful. Because obviously that means tony dyer probably going to be split. And which is okay. I mean i get. It's how this works it's business. I believed him very once. You know i mean it happens. That's huge and it's business today. And i respect that and honestly i think it's gonna be better for us in a way i mean. Is this really shows your true character and hike and deal with the situation and For me to ride like this today like it was so stressful all this week trying to figure out something then china you know. Flip your hat around and say okay. Today's race day then after after race day. Then you worry about it again so yeah just had to dig deep and try to keep the focus on. Wanna stay read. I would guess if you can. I i would love to say everyone over a. They're great to me. And i wanna keep building with them. So we'll we'll see what's available but i. Yeah i just gotta make phone calls and just see what's available honestly. There's not a lot of movement in the to fifty class right now and i wanna be on fifty for supercross. I feel like someone. We'll make room for you. You've been so good. I do feel like a good team will somehow find a spot. Yeah i i agree i. I've tried making my rounds here yesterday. And it's this hearkens. Like i'll say i want to get on a factory team and i. I'm honestly willing to ride for free. Like i just need a bike. And i did it this year practically ride for free. I'll do it again just myself. And i'm not. I'm not gonna quit because i know i can be that guy so we'll just keep fighting and to see what time does so awesome awesome. Wall said another great job a thanks appreciate it.

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JONBENT: A Bone to Pick

The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

25:28 min | 1 year ago

JONBENT: A Bone to Pick

"Did you ever know him harder. No no we ate at that restaurant. He worked in many times. Welcome to episode. Seven of the killing of Jon. Benet the final suspects. I'm your host Danielle. Rowe Bay. We we have put together a team including investigative journalists. Doug Lumbini and Dylan Howard Online. Jon benet expert Jameson. Reporter Montero and Jon Benet is his father John and older brother John. Andrew Ramsay to reopen the investigation of America's most notorious unsolved murder. This is John Augustine. Augustine is a fair amount where it's become more work now because of what we have not done loss twenty-three years right. You've got to put together a team of people that are objective that they're willing to look at all aspects of the case not just the family but also look at the intruder because really at the end of the day. There's only two theories either believe the family did it or you believe in intruder. You and your role as an investigator is to determine what evidence supports toward over thirty in the last episode. We investigated two names on that list. Both men believed to have business grudges against John Ramsey. He could one of them have exacted a terrible personal revenge for what they saw. As a professional slight Sandra Henderson had worked for John. Embezzle budget money from excess graphics. And apparently out of money she embezzled with similar to the ransom amount. As I recall Sandra herself has been ruled out but we are more interested in speaking to her son. Cameron whose brother clay had submitted to a DNA test. Our team remains committed to thoroughly pursuing this lead. But in the meantime we're going to look at another name on detective. Liu Smits List Dylan Howard talks with Jameson. And Doug the Glenn Guinea so who is Pasta Gye and who is regarded and what he say connection to the Ramsey Family Ali j allows ski owned a restaurant called Past Ajay's in boulder one of the people that worked for him at that time was Gardner regarded garden was not out in the restaurant meeting with customers he worked in the back. Making Salads allows needed needed some extra money and at that point John Ramsey uncalled for business. There was an incident with Gardner. They're the owner of the restaurant jail. house-key in which Gardner had a knife. They were in the restaurant and he he menaced allows the with the knife on. You cut him a bit. The first time I heard about a third ner was was about the incident where he had stabbed j allows the since everything having anything related to the reince the case no matter how big or small. It came news so this became huge news so we suddenly had this violent person worked at ask Jay Restaurant and of course that is b The place where the ramseys that gone eat on Christmas. Listen so everything trying to get blown up and there were stories in the papers about the mental health of Rick Gardner being in question a he had seen the ghost of Jon. Benet come up between the cracks in the sidewalk and felt that she you were telling him order was at the hands of allows among his other business interests. John Ramsey was an investor in Pasta Jay's a popular boulder pizza restaurant run by his friend J allow ski reporter. Andy Tillett explains just how close they were John Ramsey and j lasky were very good friends. It was more than simply a business relationship. The Ramsey family were regulars at the restaurant so much so so the Eight Vale Christmas Eve before he was murdered and in the days after her death. Jay Allows skeeve input. jawline Paseo his place so they could get a bit of privacy away from the media. Scrim Room Jailhouse. Ke's desire to shield his friend from the press backfired on him in Nineteen ninety-seven Allow Ski Brandish Baseball. But it's it's a two men. He thought were photographers. who had been harassing patsy? They turned out to simply be engineers and in July of that year he pled guilty to misdemeanor menacing. That was only the beginning of Jailhouse keys. Troubles two years after that incident allow ski himself. became a suspect for the killing of Jon. Benet here's Dylan Howard. Talking with our team one of the interesting things about this though. was that jail out. Ski At one point becomes the suspect and that was because the authorities were saved Alaska advising them to look into him because somebody climbed he's handwriting was a match match for the handwriting on the ransom. Note and I included examples in that presentation to police. Now he was immediately ruled Out very quickly as a suspect because he had a solid alibi he was in Michigan. The night of the murder but doug. Why did the police look at him? They looked at him because they got a complaint From Rick Gardner and Gardner is the one who told the bullet all the police department that they should take a look at at Pasta J. A- jail Hausky His boss eventually he even wrote put to the private detectors for the ramseys that they should check the brand of Cologne. The J Lasky used that somehow if they they looked into that they could find molecules of Jay and they could somehow compare it to other things from the crime scene. You know crazy Thoughts but he but nonetheless. This was an employee who was turning his boss as the possible eligible killer of Jon Benet Ramsey but the story goes further than the because win. The police department didn't seem to respond to referred anders accusation. Rick Gardner took to collecting and grading samples of jailhouse e from the business even through the garbage and he got shopping. Liska Scott notes that remark in the business and he sent them out to a handwriting. Expert named Anthony Macaroni in Florida Florida. And he said you know the Bullock Police Department are listening to me nobody to listen to me. But here's a handwriting and being an expert at listened to you you so I want you to look the handwriting and tell the Police Department they need to look at J. Allow ski is the prime suspect kind of boomerang. Moran God's sure did the neck loney cited. The hostages did not write the ransom note but he felt that the letter that had been written by Gardner and the envelope both showed signs the handwriting and ransom. Note he says is in my professional opinion. There is sufficient match with the writing of the ransom note to suspect him at being him being gene. Rick Gardner as the writer not similarly Hertie that the leash look at it well. Macaroni was also weird by of Arben frustration. He ended up on picking me instead. Me Letters saying I've been trying to get the boulder police departments look at this survey they won't but earner should be unadjusted cliff. So Jameson on one ask you this question. Did Lou smit ever come to icon credit conclusion about God's potential role in this crime according to loose-knit spreadshee- that read these were not olive properly. He not clear image felt the he needed more attention. So He's was a priority one and in a bid who checked burn spokesman. Rick Gardner now. Sixty five is still living in builder and his name is still undetected. Smith's list of uncleared suspects so if loose-knit couldn't rule him out on equivocally. What do we need to do? I think we need to grow out of Boulder Colorado interviewing for ourselves. See how we feel about him is how how do you feel about confronting someone that he's I suspect in the murder. It's always tricky. Because you don't know I mean seeing as the newspaper reports at the time of the incident with Pasta J. with seem wielding a knife at the medicine also mentioned mental issues stat. Rick Gardner had we hope that he has addressed those whom all these years Godspeed team Soon after that. Conversation Montero Jameson knocked on Gardner's door. Not only did he answer but he actually agreed to talk to our team. This is audio from that interaction. Stu Gardner could you please introduce yourself. Tell me what you do for a living and also describe describe how you got involved with Johnny. Oh I'm Rick Gardner and I live in Boulder. I used to work for Pasta. The J. and he was good friends with John Ramsey and I knew that he was having some problems with his life. I will forever ten years. I Made Salads the salad man and a prep cook and what piqued your interest about this whole Japanese. I mean here you. Are you working in a restaurant and you know you minding your oh business. Why are you GonNa Bother and get involved with this whole Jon? Benet case does explain oh well it was nineteen ninety-six and my mother passed away at that time so so when that Christmas rolled around you know I had to always kind of depressed and then when when this thing hit the news you know on Christmas Smith you know I thought like you know are kind of thought about my mother's and I felt a lot of sympathy for the for the thing I found out that j allow ski was involved with John. John Ramsey. His restaurant was picked up and put on the back of a truck and he loved his restaurant any laws restaurant and I thought that he might have some resentment against the city for allowing that to happen so I thought like Oh maybe has a motive to kill Jon Benet to get vengeance on the the entire city and that that was my theory gardeners reasons for suspecting Pasta Jay have changed drastically from his original claims. And this is Dylan. Howard and reporter Montero Rick God now obviously presents tremendous interest because of the fact that he tried to Dobbin his boss and that he had handwriting that was similar to the ransom note? But what do we know about his story story and how it's live it over the years especially in lot of al confrontation with him regarding her are at the time was not a very stable individual and everything seemed to set off in his mind when he saw the image inch of Jon Benet Ramsey rising out of the side walk and accusing Pasta J. of being the murderer and that set off an entire chain of events which eventually led him to becoming one of the suspects this audio from our team's recent visit with Gardner. Did you know Jon Benet or Mr Reindeer. Yeah no no I. Didn't I saw I so Mr Ramsey around you know he would be in the restaurant now and then so that's all. I know you were vacant salad. So you're in the back so even though John and patsy brought the kids in quite often because they were there Christmas Eve they eat pasta. Jj would have a busy in the kitchen. Wouldn't didn't emit any notion past Ajay's but until now I didn't know what your job was and I assume that you had lead time out front and would have had some contact no Jonbenet. Yeah no not at all cost so you never met. Never seen her no no. She's you know totally unknown despite apparently not knowing the ramseys and having never met Jon Benet Gardner grew increasingly obsessed with the idea that his his boss j allow ski was somehow responsible for her murder. I started looking around when when the ransom note came out I started picking up little pieces of paper that had that is writing on there and I started put a little book together and I convinced myself that he wrote the ransom note. So that freaked me out Carl accuser. The way this letter win or that letter win you know. I didn't know anything about handwriting analysis or I sent off some letters to other people to see if they could analyzed analyzed the handwriting for free but you know that kind of backfired on me they thought Largo. Maybe I was you know. They looked at my handwriting and Said uh-huh he could have written ransom note so I gave up the whole project because I finally came around to the conclusion that that the original motive I had for for him to kill Jon Benet to get Venza border. He wasn't real. You know it was. It wasn't strong enough. You know his. I wasn't really convinced. How if he was really that passionate about his restaurant he would be willing to seek vengeance or something you know because the city of boulder let them take it away from it to make our seems like the perfect suspect I asked the what would he's TV? And why would he continue to put this out out in the public by turning up to the courthouse easy really genuinely concerned citizen. WHO believes that? He's bossed jail. ASCII could have done this even though he had a solid alibi or is he just a Christ mentally ill man who was having some sort of psychotic episode at the time you could even this question. Was it all just a cry for help. The play for attention. It is pretty weird. The God on his handwriting was in fact. More of a match than J allow ski. I can't help and ask this question. Maybe this whole thing was actually averse US longing for garden to get cold. We've seen in the past where cases where the actual criminal criminal points a finger at someone else. Now it's maybe because their cagey or maybe because they're crazy but we've snapping and that's that's the question we don't know in this one That's a big question was he. As you said Dylan. A cry for help wasn't more of a confession On June tenth nineteen ninety nine. Things came to a shocking head. Rick Gardner attacked J allow ski with a knife claiming that his actions were guided by the spirits of dead bad girls. Demanding justice for Jon Benet one witnessed the attempted stabbing told police. That Gardner claimed quote. The children were crying out for vengeance. The Gardner was arrested and charged with Second Degree Felony Assault and eventually I confronted Jay. I said Said Oh. You Killed Jon Benet. That's what I got in trouble. He called the police and the police took me away. Because you know you always threatening him then after that I became homeless and I you know I lost my apartment and I was homeless for two years and I finally got involved with the boulder mental health and they got me a place to live which is right here where I am now and have been just been treated for bipolar condition. Because because I think that might have been influenced my thinking at the time. If I'm sending you know maybe it looks a little suspicious. You know I'm trying to like frame somebody else or something obtain handwriting and just writing them. A letter asam analyze the handwriting. You Know I. I think that was just one person you know but but nobody volunteered to help me out with that. So up to creek that way and it must have been terrible. Tell me tell me how you feel how you feel about all I was kind of I kind of got obsessed about did I are worried about all all the time I kinda got paranoid. You know so I had to talk myself out of that and it took took me a couple of years to do that. we're sitting here today. Yeah I'm sure if you use sometimes say to yourself boy. I wish I hadn't written those letters. Oh at the time you know I was really compel new. You know they could be checking out. My handwriting is well now. That was that was possibility so I knew what was what might a happened. Were you surprised when when some opinions came back that your handwriting was close to it. Well you know I know I was. I was surprised at first but you know it did matter too much to me. You know 'cause I thought like well I didn't have anything to do with it but you know handwriting. Handwriting analysis is kind of a tough profession of being right. It's very jacket art. Yeah very subjective. Meanwhile while all this is is going on he's going to the library and going to my form where his name is speed put out as a suspect that hit me hard. Oh I don't remember that you know. I kind of stopped going to the library. You know after a while you know I gave up on it you know. I didn't undo anymore searches on Jammy. That was always trying to get out of it. Get it out of my head when Montero said this is my associate Jameson. You sure as hell knew who I was. Yeah your did no. I didn't know your your website. Yeah after spending the afternoon with Gardner. He finally agreed to give a sample of his DNA for testing. I'm going to open this up and you're going to grab the cue tips. There's two of them to. You'RE GONNA put them in your mouth and you're gonNA swab around thirty seconds both at the same time cheeks both sides all around your mouth at the thank time. I'm never touching the sticks so when I peel this open you're going to take those two sticks. You're going to swab your mouth. Thirty seconds five seconds. Then we're going to put it nitin below that so that I can have that ready for police to my hands never touched these cue. Tips swabs instilled containers. You're the ruin touchy Swab. Does it work. She's got more swabbed. Schwab's okay goals at same time. We'll put them all together. It doesn't matter just swab the whole in Saudi minister. Those swabs it. Just keep it the little while make sure you get the roofing amount built cheeks the guns everywhere and your DNA beyond that. And I'm going to put it in a envelope and that should be and just drop it and this is papers which should dry and I'm old it and he will in this lab and then when they convicted results which they have all these other names from loose bits lists right going all those people people to yeah. We're trying we're trying to find them all tap ten. Yeah so that's what we're doing and it just seems like a reasonable approach. That's lose Smith's daughter is doing. This is what the police use. They have done some tests on some other parts of evidence that obviously is DNA every year. They probably get better at it so now that we have the deny. What's next it's GonNa take six stay weeks to get it back and then we'll know for sure? What you prediction Jameson? My Gut feeling heaven set with him for over an our is that we're going to find that he was just a poor soul in the wrong place at the wrong time who a- caught up in a situation he he just had no control over. I don't believe he's involved at all. Like God is that he he had a psychotic episode. But we don't know that for sure until we get the DNA back after collecting gardeners DNA. Jonah Jameson meets detective. Smith's daughter Cindy Mara who leads a team that continues to investigate her dad's life defining case. There's two swabs in there okay. He swapped we open the envelope and he put him in so the only one. That's touched the winter. Anything is Mister Garden and when we signed we saw it. Okay they're nearing two. Okay the results you let us know our team is close to securing their first. Major breakthrough will gardeners. DNA matched the samples taken at the murder scene. Or can we rule him out from our investigation completely. We need to wait for the lab results. In the meantime Doug Lumbini has some more information on an old lead or in another development element. Douglas Gainey you seem to have a tip. That is something that we must look into and look into quickly. There was an employee Roy at the John. Ramsey's company named Sandra Henderson and she ran into a lot of problems in Susan. Embezzlers went to prison. But you'd also been fired. I access graphics. John Ramsey's company. She was embezzler. She went to prison and she had some children and in mind. Those children needed to be checked out. Because what kind of grudge did Sandra Henderson have against excess graphics ethics and could lead to violence persons of interest. No doubt no doubt. Next time on the killing of Jon Benet the final suspects. Doug Lunghi goes to see the Hendersons. No one's ever come talk to me about. This really ever surprised me a little bit. But I'm the first person to knock on your door. The same would be true for your brother. Nobody ever came to talk to him. No I was on Smith's list like that. We're has minute GONYEA. That's why I'm wondering. How did you get the killing of Jon Benet? The final suspects is hosted by me. Danielle Rowe Bay executive executive produced by Dylan Howard and Matt Spouse and is a production of broaden water studios an endeavour audio executive producers also include. Tom Freestone Doug Long Dini Susan Bennett James Robertson. An Andy Tillett. The series is written by Dominic reporting by Doug Montero the series uses mixed and engineered by Sean Cavite and Sam Ada. 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Episode V: The Music Calls

Blockbuster

25:36 min | 2 years ago

Episode V: The Music Calls

"The following is a true story about the making of an empire and to visionary, world builders who made it possible. This is blockbuster. Episode five. Spring, nineteen sixty three Modesto California. George Lucas is in his second year at Modesto junior college studying anthropology and literature, you come in George, she bet Georgia's taken an interest in art house films. You couldn't see those Modesto. So he and his friends would drive up to San Francisco for screenings is lifelong friend. John Plummer has also encouraged him to apply to the world renowned film school at the university of southern California in the mail was an official looking envelope from USC. John look, it is you open it or what? Hi, pleased to announce your admission to the university of southern California. God, I got in cat, it was a private university, George needed. His father's help to pay the tuition, he'd get the money on one condition that he'd treat his studies like a fulltime job. But his dad's still wasn't sure if there'd be a career for a son in film. I'm gonna place for you at the store, George that I don't wanna run a company. I'm never coming back, George held up his end of the bargain at USC. He'd worked night and day on his studies and student films to with friends like John Milius, who would later become a writer and director, Walter merchant would become a legendary sound designer and a beautiful girl named Marsha Griffin. The wanted to become an editor. Did you do? I take so many photos, USC was an incubator of budding filmmakers and the George didn't know it yet. He was already making his way to the top is next tudent film was about a futuristic distortion world. It would become his calling card for decades. THX one one three eight. Spring, nineteen seventy seven Hollywood George Lucas is thirty two years old. Doctors have given a death sentence either for him or for Star Wars. George was defiant. Well, that's gotta go. No, no, no. That's gotta go. He's in his office. Slashing apart the script for Star Wars shot by shot that one stays that one was the millennium falcons jump to hyperspace, that one was crucial to the film. George began spending two days a week in Ireland trying to make up lost time and hiring help to oversee them when he couldn't be there. He became overbearing and strict, if they weren't going to get all the shots done. They've at least get the important ones cannon going boom boom, boom. Explosion. In wall panel. John Dykstra had run the place like a free spirited collective. That's why he and George had always gotten along creativity came first. But now they were out of time I need to shut done today, George put his foot down. He felt like a jerk these were as friends and he was treating them like employees. They were employee's. His creative vision had become a business in some ways he felt coal, but a Star Wars continued to unravel there was no other way. Gary, george. Please, please. Give me good news in slashing scenes from the film, George had added a few new lines of dialogue those required some re-shoots, but FOX wasn't making it easy. Again, twenty thousand I can't shoot for twenty thousand. The reshoot problem got even worse after actor. Mark Hamill broke his nose and cheek in a car accident. It made his reshoot impossible. All George would get is a few days in the California desert. He knew that was it. He'd have to make it work. Meanwhile, Steven Spielberg is also in LA doing test screenings for his first cut of close encounters of the third kind, the reaction is lukewarm at best buy. Wait. How did they know where the aliens, the nerve gas hopeful all supposed to be a dream? Stephen was feeling the pressure. Once more this time he had a film, with structural problems now mechanical ones like on jaws. He needed rewrites re-shoots and money to do it Columbia, Pictures, sought parallels to the troubled Star Wars picture at FOX, which should become a bit of a rival project, Stephen would get his re-shoots, but the film's release would push back from summer to November that year Star Wars would get a six month headstart, and Stephen worried by then there might be no audience left for close encounters. Bring nineteen seventy seven. George look at that screen George and Marcia have invited their friends over to watch the film. Stephen, of course, he did Brian. Marshes advice, the new cut of the film includes a completely new version of Luke's. Trench run on the death star at the end of the film, and Han solo swooping in with the millennium falcon to save the day, if people didn't cheer that the movie wouldn't work. They were about to find out by the way, Marty apologizes. He can't be here. He was excited to see it. It was a reunion of the movie brats, Martin, Scorsese, wouldn't make it and Francis Ford Coppola was in Manila shooting Apocalypse Now. But Stephen Brian depalma John Milius writer, Gloria Katz and a couple of executives from FOX, including laddy, wouldn't miss it for the world. Hey, yeah. Popcorn what I'm talking about. It's all about the experience. Hey, let's go ahead was real one. So I should mention we're still missing the special effects. So I put in some World War, Two dogfight footage in there. Instead also Johnny's doing this great score for the film, but. That's not in there either. How about the photography shot? Anything yet George at Brian shut up Ryan, the film opened with shaky text. A primitive, long winded version of what would become the conic yellow opening crawl. And the first pictures of the film itself were handwritten notes that said, huge space cruiser here. Wait. So is all that text just a placeholder where was this big expensive movie. No, it's more background for the story. It was just the start of what would be a nightmare screening. The longest two hours of Georgia's life. So this, this part will be different. With the music this sequence is going to be a lot more intense. Member a jet. I can peel the false lowing through him. Most scenes required explanation to make sense. Marsha was relieved the trench run seen got a cheer from Stephen for when they got to the film's final scene. The throne room, there was total. Silence. No music, no sound a strange boring ending for an adventure movie. When the end credits rolled no-one applauded or spoke, the silent Sankt, George deep into his chair. It was clearer now than ever Star Wars was terrible. Marsha broke into tears. Not even Steven new to say. I don't mean to sound harsh. But. What is this shit? Marsha? Leaned over doer friend, Gloria sitting next door. People from the studio here, the love of scifi at long last love was a musical widely considered one of the worst films of all time. Marshes heart broke for George who was bright red with embarrassment slumped down in his chair. He tried to save the moment. Well. At least for the FOX executives in the room. It is a kids movie. Of course, you know, Walt Disney kind of thing it's going to do eight ten million. I it's, it's a kids movie. You know, it's a kids movie, Brian, what the special effects and music. Hey, I can see a really fun movie. It was laddy, whose opinion really mattered. And he'd been the only person at FOX that still believed in the movie I for a moment. Now it wasn't so clear. I think it's good. George very entertaining, kids movie, it was the polite way of saying the movie wasn't what it was supposed to be. I'm going to take off George. Thanks again. As the executives from FOX left, the movie brats, followed tradition, and went to dinner Chinese food. George was silent in the car silent at the restaurant more than an hour passed before he worked up the courage to speak again. All right. What do you guys really think George had a notepad? He sat at the table piled high with empty dishes, yet to be cleared and begged his peers for help. This persistence has saved him before, but his friends knew it wouldn't this time. Well, George, it was Brian okay? The first act. Where are we who the fuzzy guys who's this tin men from the wizard of Oz? What kind of movie is this? We have no idea what's going on. You've left the audience out. Brian was relentless several times Georgian Stephen tried to defend the story, but Brian continued, and what's all this, the Fourche shit? It sounds like farts may the farts be with you. George was still bright, red, and humiliated. And you gotta drop the jet I shit nobody's going to know what you're talking about. He made notes on his notepad. He saw the only way out was to figure out what he'd messed up so badly. You don't George. It's definitely rough. But I don't know that I agree with Brian. This story is great. Come on Steve, honestly, this thing could make a hundred million dollars. I'm serious. It has harp people like that you get the shots put in Johnny's music in there, you're gonna have a hit by the end of the night. George had his list of plot holes and problems. And after Stephen show of support Brian offered to help fix the film and re write what would become the iconic opening crawl. Studios England a few miles away from London. It is recording stage for music used by some of the celebrated composers of the last decade, Bernard Hermann for vertigo Jerry Goldsmith, for the Allman, the walls of this great big room had history. And John Williams was about to record with the London Symphony Orchestra. For the first time. George was in a smaller room control room separated by soundproof glass in front of him. An enormous mixing board and his sound crew George. How was the flight? That was Lionel Newman, the head of music for FOX. He made the trip from Los Angeles along with George, and of course, John Williams who they could see standing at the podium on the other side of the glass. We, we didn't have score in American graffiti, I'm not sure what to expect. Are you in for a treat? John were a black turtleneck and reading glasses carefully. Scanning the sheet music before they begin recording with the orchestra. On the wall of this enormous stage is a projected image of Luke Skywalker. Thirty four feet across in front of the screen is a semicircle of fine wood and brass instruments all lined up facing John at the podium. If we're ready, shall we begin John over the intercom? Levels of said, George may the force be with us. John grasped the baton and held it up vertically as if casting a musical spell over the orchestra. It's the greatest music anyone in that control room has ever heard. They can't believe the only thing between them and the magic being played by the London. Symphony Orchestra is just a pane of glass. George fumbles to dial out to Steven in Los Angeles. Can you Stephen on the phone? It's urgent. George. What do you think? Johnny brilliant. It's already the best part of the movie, ladies and gentlemen of the London Symphony Orchestra. Welcome to Star Wars as John conducted. George watched the film play on the screen above. It was dazzling the images sparkled with life, more vibrant than they've ever been before. George. I've got Stephen on wine. Steve, you're right about Johnny. Listen to this George holds up the phones of Stephen can hear them using. This man is a genius. Stephen. Stephen listened for half an hour. An international long distance call that would cost the studio nearly six hundred dollars. John's baton held in a stunning command over the orchestra for a recording. That would be considered among the greatest musical works of all time. The cast who were still in London. Had heard the buzz about John score. They had to hear this. Many of them had come in now huddled in a cramped control room with George. Carrie Fisher was moved to tears. They all held their breath as John conducted, the final q. Walked out to give a big hug to his composer, who is now visibly weary from hours of emotional, conducting Johnny. Oh, it took John by surprise was it? All right. Johnny. It was. I'm speechless. It was the only thing that had gone. Right. And boy, was it right. Stephen would later admit he was worried he'd never hear something so wonderful as that music, George had brought up the very best of John Williams to save Star Wars. George left London on top of the world. On the flight to Los Angeles. He fantasized about the future of Star Wars could still make the splash jaws did after all this trouble, a thousand movie, theaters lines around the block. He'd have twelve hours on a plane to think about it and was still worried. The music might have come too late. George was back in the warm California sun. As he rushed his teams to finish the special effects shots in the sound mix. He got a note from Alan Ladd junior at FOX. What's this? He just said to call him back when you have a minute. A lot of local theaters on sure about the Phil we're not getting the numbers we thought we'd get. Do we have? Not letting how many. Laddy could almost feel Georgia's dismay through the phone. Okay. We're going to keep working on a George, but we had an idea the movie comes out on Memorial Day weekend. They're thinking we might be able to get a little word of mouth. If we release it a few days early on Wednesday. It was unusual. But a move laddy said, might help the opening weekend numbers the specially for a limited release. That look desperate. Well, George theaters had no interest in Star Wars. They thought it looked silly and wouldn't make money. In fact, the title was so unpopular that FOX had to threaten to withhold another movie later that summer, there was more anticipated. The other side of midnight theaters, wouldn't get that one unless they also showed Star Wars Twentieth Century Fox feared a flop. Mr. Spielberg's office. I still weeks from release Georgia's lost. All hope. He sees the writing on the wall. The epoch SCI adventures. Fox has been touting for two years is no more than a mediocre kids movie buddy. I know you're doing some rewrites, but I'm thinking about going to Hawaii opening weekend. You wanna come Memorial Day weekend. Get away from the press, you know. It'll be good just to relax couple days. Great great. There's a good hotel on the big island. It's perfect. Hey, george. What if the press is good? George couldn't find a way to tell Stephen Star Wars is only getting a limited release. I'm not sure it will be. The book third tickets when Star Wars arrived, they plan to be in a galaxy far far away. In the final episode of blockbuster. We ought to do something less complicated for the next project. You know, George and Stephen escaped the press on opening weekend, always wanted to do a JAMES BOND picture where they forged a partnership that will change everything, you know, I have a story better than James Barth. Really? And word of mouth creates a new hope for FOX and Star Wars movie. That's coming up on the finale episode six of blockbuster. If you enjoy listening to blockbuster without ads, it's because we structured it that way. We're thrilled to share blockbuster in its purest form instead of ads interrupting the story, but it's also an expensive production. And if you enjoyed hearing it like this. Please consider a small donation on our website, get blockbuster dot com as our thank you for your donation of ten dollars or more. You'll receive a link to the complete series digitally mastered in the highest quality available so you can be truly immersed in the story. You'll also receive exclusive tracks from the original score by composers Ryan Tabart, and Benjamin Botkin, and we'll also put your name in the credits on our website as a friend of the show, and you'll be the first to hear about bonus features interviews and anything else. We release in the future. Help us pay the bills that allowed blockbuster to be shared with you and please consider a small donation at get blockbuster dot com. Blockbuster is written and narrated by match raider sound design by Peter Bobbitt's original score by Ryan Tibert, and Benjamin Botkin produced by Elena, Bobby. It's a production of epoch left media. Hey, this is Ryan Talbert, one of the composers of blockbuster. Stay tuned for short conversation about making this episode of I would you? Please take a quick moment to give us a five star review and share this series with a friend and for extras and exclusive follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram or visit get blockbuster dot com. Thanks for listening to blockbuster. This is Ryan Talbert, one of the composers of blockbusters original music, and this match Schrader creator and narrator of blockbuster. Each week. We are discussing a little piece of the creative process of making each episode. End today, talking about a topic that's close to my heart incredible original score from Ryan Tabart, and Benjamin Botkin and Ryan is here, and Ryan when we met, making score film music documentary you came on as composer of that film. And I remember you saying, oh, great. So I have to write music to follow up the greatest hits of Hants immer. What did you think when I asked you, if you'd score a series Williams, that has to be one of maybe one of the most timid timid eating things that projects composer can agree to? Yeah. I mean, the best, I guess, at the end of the day, I just figured. Well, you know, I can only do my best, a very musical episode. And one of the things about John Williams music, specifically is there's so many themes and motifs that are layered, a lot of character themes, a lot of that was something that we talked about early on kind of having a motif driven approach theme driven approach, where each character had a theme for me, just started with understanding their story understanding a little bit about their personalities you know, just had said down with Pia. No. And I tried to, I guess, walk in the shoes of the characters or get into their personalities the George Lucas theme. I wanted to go with something that felt something that almost has child light since fantasy in a way. But, but also guest element of sophistication, Ella tons. I just start with humming something in my head. If it's easy to home than soon that will be easy to orchestrate and sound good with the orchestra, you are one of the two composers, who created the musical heartbeat here and Benjamin. Botkin. The other composer, really helped tap into the John Williams sound for me. It's a feeling there's almost certain bounciness to the orchestration. There's a softer touch to certain things as opposed to going full rock and roll with the. Orchestra every musician fills like they're doing something important. They get to have their voice on certain moments rather than just kind of blending in the whole time. That's really interesting. Yeah, yeah, I in the creates a certain feeling it feels like every musician is playing something apart that feels important for them and important to the whole peace, Benjamin's based in Nashville, you're based here in Los Angeles. What was the working relationship like it was very back and forth? It requires a lot of work to get that kind of sound. And he would I would send stuff his way he would change a few things around, then he would send it back. I would change a few things around. Yeah. Until two it sounded like something that suited the project in sounded convincing composer of blockbuster. Thanks for sitting down to chat. Thank you. No problem. Please remember to subscribe, and leave us a five star review to get all. Episodes of blockbuster follow blockbuster on social media for extra content and read are behind the scenes blog or visit our store at get blockbuster dot com.

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Time for a change of thinking on dyslexia

RNZ: The Detail

22:18 min | 1 year ago

Time for a change of thinking on dyslexia

"I'm Donovan and first up on today show welcome to the detail quits Christian one of. One. What did these famous historical figures have? Good Day. It is a pleasure to meet you I'm Erin Brockovich. Didn't know I was dyslexic at the time I am dyslexic. That full when I went off to school I've found conventional schoolwork hopeless visual defend our island whatever the cost maybe. Eventually good school in Paris I was sixteen but until the apart from being taught. Big I'd had no listens speak of a tool I. Don't think. That, we need more calm drunks. Here I think we have enough to be successful. We do need to finance these contracts, Erin, Brockovich Richard Branson, Winston, Churchill Agatha Christie, and Bill Gates. Now all dyslexic. It's the most common learning difficulty in New Zealand and probably the world around about one and teen of US have it but more than one hundred and twenty years after it was first described the sleek sick people still struggle with social stigmas around what the condition Maine's and what they can contribute to society. But with the job market and desirable skills transforming at lightning speed as it time to stop thinking of this, here's a disability and to start thinking of it as a parallel way of learning the man with dyslexia who failed a screening test to get into the police claims the Human Rights Commission was dismissive and insulting when he asked for advice now wasn't that the man couldn't do the tastes he just couldn't decode them and the time allowed his plea to the human rights commission fell on devious. He immediately shop back or KC failed the intelligence popping. We'll hear more on that story late of at first maybe lied skit an explanation of what dyslexia actually as he is very simplest I male age is a condition where otherwise intelligent people struggle with reading writing and spelling that's Mike Styles, a specialist and literacy and numeracy for the Primary Industry Training Organisation people with Dyslexia do struggle with a number of other things I struggle with short term memory oftentimes, they struggle with time management and all when Xishan. and not say the processing speed of you know. Cognitive stuff is a little slower. a struggle sometimes what sequencing of stuff. But the exciting thing about dyslexia is that it comes with a whole lot of pluses things like. heightened spatial version three day skills. They're often great ed solving their off nine to be creative and innovative. They are often nine to be very good at reading people that are often very, very impo theoretic. They're often have what's crudely referred to the primary sick to as a very good bullshit meter if I could use it language. In that, they're often very good at being able to tell when people are being one hundred percent owner store not and what is possibly the most exciting thing I think is that many of the world's? Greatest entrepreneurs. dyslexic in March isn't kidding he. Bill Gates Richard Branson Ellen Sugar Warren Buffett all multi believes in all dyslexic research from the United. Kingdom. Said Gee some twenty seat of UK entrepreneurs heff this condition and that's because that economy people that prepared to take a risk. They late strike to I- conclusion I don't get bogged down with the the details and you know I would talking we're talking the Richard Branson were to open a Bill Gates. Were talking the warm buffet, the list literally goes on and on of self made millionaires who dyslexic. He is the funny thing. DYSLEXIC people are well nine as being very, very bad spelling spelling is the thing that even if they master rating this issues with spat with spelling remind and Agatha Christie, Winston Churchill, both highly climbed authors in teaming Y as well. So Winston Churchill, Nobel Prize for literature. But of course, he got someone else to type up. To pop his his manuscript so there is not necessarily impact on intelligence legals or the desire to learn or anything like that. It is simply a issue perception I suppose yes, it is and definitely unrelated to intelligence I some of the motion teller giant people on the planet dyslexic but of course have been. Misunderstood in education seek to so many of them heaven achieve anywhere near as well as they might have, and I did a research project with the corrections department because it's well known that. People with dyslexia often up behind bars marks grain one hundred and twenty prisoners from four prisons in the low and Oakland, using a dyslexia screening, he found forty nine percent of those prisoners head what he termed significant dyslexia more than eighty percent at least than two years of secondary school education and almost ninety five percent leafed skull with no qualifications show when you think about it and the people that are intelligent but are sidelined from the education system and sidelined from the regular kind of would. Get into mischief a network dyslexic people do how much do we actually know about what causes dyslexia? And she leaned in the last decade or two. Has Been Phenomenal increases in knowledge of what causes it that's down to Brian Science. We can relate to sleep Z. back to thirteen specific genes or at the human genome. And secondly, we've been able to trace the pot in the brain that are activated when a regular person handles problem and win a dyslexic person does and the truly different pathways in the brain that are activated. So to with dyslexia, his first chasm dyscalculia. There's different parts of the brain activated for him, and that's why they struggle with with anything to do numbers. Okay. How as dyslexia diagnosed two levels of diagnosis fishbowl? You can have comprehensive what I call the Rose Royce version of diagnosis or assessment at tixx multiple hours cost anywhere from five hundred to fifteen hundred dollars to get done. Need educated psychologists or somebody from spelled spelled as a not for profit which helps both adults and kids who have dyslexia and other learning difficulties, and you end up with a multi page report that. Is Incredibly detailed but sometimes to detailed because what people really need is a screening as out which basically is much shorter tixx maybe forty five minutes and as a result of that we can identify. In the ban identification of dyslexia as opposed to comprehensive assessment, we can deny is that person dyslexic or not, and we can have some rough idea about the particular things I struggle with because with when you screen them, you identify device some things that they struggle with, and as we've already alluded some things that are actually quite good at. As the like a a scale of the more significant analysts significant. Yes you. So when I use a screening tool and when I screened for just leaks the they have to. The ranked on a score, and if they're below school a particular liberal school, the not dyslexic Benham anything above a particular number they're identified as dyslexic and you can be mildly dyslexic and you can be serious ray dyslexic presumably that means there's the would be a large number of people who might go undiagnosed for long periods of time is that the case absolutely and not only will stay with modest leagues been very serious dyslexia show mini, dyslexic people I that right themselves off as quite second stupid or people write them off as the stupid. There are a whole host of telltale signs off. People with kind of undiagnosed dyslexia. So people for example, that in the workplace in a really be job but shy away from promotions because I know. If I take promotional hector seen receive emails and read and write reports. So they shy away from the. People that will always have a reason why they nikon. Or write anything in front of you. Now say things like are sorry. I haven't got glasses he to die or I'll read that. But Oh dude at home because I I as distracted. And that easily distracted thing is another characteristic of feature of people with two slakes here. Last week RMC reported Ruth Hill filed a story about a young man named Anthony Who's dreamed was to join the police force. In order to join the force, you have to undergo a series of teeth including psychometric tastes. Anthony, failed one of those tastes the for his application was not back. He was disappointed in. So he decided to get in touch with the Human Rights Commission to ask for advice he immediately shopped back. She felt the intelligence popping another thing that he said was I would be a danger to people because I raid and the tasted what it was supposed to and capable person like me out. Are you confident that you could have passed the test if it hadn't been like a restricted timeframe and that you feel that you under unfree appreciate I don't know I might have done Beta. A lot of advocates will say the same thing is that psychometric testing and in a way is an extra barrier for people that have just like. Your confidence that you'll dyslexia would not get in the way of you being a good police officer. No I don't think would because I know a couple of two six cops and when I talk to her about the whole situation and she was like, don't worry about it man like as hates just exit colts being called as more than just driving around and a five car. And catching bed guys and stuff like these a lot of aspirational whip to it. You know you're a role model for the community and to see someone who is like sick who has managed to do something it's upstanding to the community that spotting PA-, justice it's awesome when it comes to work and a ceasing someone suitability for a job there feely sort of rigid structures around. Competence. In the often based on resin teast under time pressure or performance and spontaneous interviews. We don't know what the questions is going to be, and that these would seem to be anathema to many people with dyslexia. Then a big issue that people with with to succeed, which is it is a really big show, and for example, let me give you a classic example if you submit a CV to an employer and as I smelling mistake on A. Most. Similar see these two that would be dispensed to the rubbish bin. Straightaway because conclusion would bay. Disproven hasn't paid any attention whereas the reality is somebody with an either spill she can help but you know that doesn't solve the problems and the reality is that somebody was dyslexia for example, could proofread that twenty five times played the most. Careful attention to it but still not picked up on that mistake because of this spelling. Difficult. And so that's a really big issue and and I know that the human resources industry is under great pressure you one hundred CD's submitted to you need some way of wiggling down at hundred to a manageable controversy but. The IT Department and the appointment. Percy's can be a major barrier for people with just like see an ironic Lee and understanding the human resources sick data department can be the greatest empower of dyslexic people once they understand the shortcomings in the fake that. While they may not have the obvious skills and talents. They often have a lot of other ones that we've largely leafed. I'm exploited. How is dyslexia treat it? There are a large number of strategies that we can use now first of all. They there are some amazing technology out the and that does level the playing field a lot for dyslexic people. So for adults and ironically does more stuff happening for adults and for children right now, which is it's a little bit like putting the cart before the horse. But there are some amazing technology out the on your smartphone is a lot of technology is simple APPs it can be put on your smart fine. There is technology reading pins get around the reading problem for people. There is dragon naturally speaking which a lot of successful adults with dyslexia us. It's the top of the range. Voice to text software but there's lots of good practices that teachers can use everyday everyday. So. Look at more ro assessments of children give them assistance. What proof reading let them type stuff? We of course, spilled Chica comes in as opposed to making them handwrite stuff. Giving them pictures and diagrams and charts to illustrate stuff rather than relying on pure text. All of those things can make I. Really Beg different an other thing that can help especially early in life as teachers who understand dyslexia and how to work with dyslexic. Children. Just over a year ago the Ministry of Education Role. That six, hundred and twenty three new special education jobs learning support coordinators who would work and more than one thousand skulls helping to equip in classroom teachers with the skills to help students with learning difficulties. How however education groups seat the plan was flawed bureaucratic and impractical, and what they really needed was more specialised in classroom help. When what went wrong with the Rowlatt Associate Education Minister Tracy Martin was at a loss. This has gone so awry this was pilot state. We're running twenty seventeen through the learning support delivery model. See that the previous government that showed that we can low awaiting this, we can be to support children with moderate as well as conflicts and. This was something that the city all I can paint four and an opposition came to see me about two requested. This is something that in twenty sixteen at the inquiry into dyslexia dyspraxia and children on the autism spectrum that minister hip pins, and myself committed to, and we have now delivered at least the first tranche old so. Yes, it's interesting. Isn't it? That wasn't pushback and there is some justification for that but the important thing is. Even to this day twenty twenty most primary trying and even taken re teachers as well. Of course, do not receive any specific training in the teacher training about dyslexia more than about sometimes one or two hours maximum, and sometimes the most Hatha Die For a condition that impact on at least ten percent of our youngsters. So teachers, themselves have not traditionally Bena equipped to identify, and for sure there was some pushback. I actually think that what we need is more of these people sorry that child in every school gets Xi's two. Identification full possible dyslexia. What is beast practice when it comes to children with dyslexia and how best to sort of manage their educational pathway because I suppose you don't want to get a wise kids with dyslexia. You differently dawned a couple of basic point. There is a sign in the dyslexic will die Weit until children file. So identified before that because. On Albanian needs system for many many years, there is a tendency. For Teachers Deci often with incredibly good reason don't worry Johnny. Oh. Mary. Will get next year because not everyone gets the whole reading thing at the same time. and in terms of the year light of they will get it. But of course, what does happen and with my brought head on of Eight low literacy in Ed oates there's a large number museum just don't get it and they the bus the buckets passed from year to year in the school system, and then these people leave school many them lethal. What early? And they end up in the workforce where the stats around. Low Literacy and numeracy a really horrific side. In round tombs for a long period of time now, forty percent of New Zealand workforce do not have the adequate schools to do the jobs affected the adequate literacy skills and numerous. To do the jobs effectively. So these people that have been short changed by the education system and it's my belief. That are good. Half of low literacy issues are down to unidentified angel unsupported. dyslexia. Yeah Mark just finally on. The case that we were talking about earlier. With the gentleman and the PSYCHOMETRIC teast. Now, he sees that he ring the Human Rights Commission for advice on this and that he was with the list than sympathetic response and I made that well, I mean you actually spoke to ruth for the story. You see this as a child we sort of its time and it does seem curious to me that you know a learning difference which was identify more than a century ago. On the impression anyway that. It's not really that well understood. You the reality button certainly is not well understood in you see the reality is that government agencies in New Zealand sadly unaware off dyslexia. We don't get her any official stance about. The Ministry of the statistics, department don't get any steps about it. Even education bodies like you know the Ministry of et see Eero. Aged I know I only of Australia very small about amount about dyslexia. I would've thought that given a situation that impact on ten percent of the whig force precious like imbi should be all over this as well. But they're not the reality is that not in New Zealand, it is a case of we don't know what we don't know, and there's not been much difference dight to do anything about correcting made. In the broadest possible terms speaking what politicians might of mid on Zealand one of the fundamental things that you think most people should understand about dyslexia ride. Well, first of all, it should be a public education program about, but in terms of the details of what Joe Blow Average citizen should. Now about it, I should nar that it's I- difference not a disability. That many dyslexic people are very very cleaver and we really need to give them a fee go and we ought not to judge people purely and simply on their ability to read rotten speller so much more to humanity than that. Give these people fear go to demonstrate the skills and talents. 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7-12-21 OLR Autumn Connolly and Jackie Schlegel

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7-12-21 OLR Autumn Connolly and Jackie Schlegel

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A little green around the gills. But i'm going to get through it you know because that's what you have to do in life right. You gotta meet your responsibilities. But i'm always happy to be on the mic on the air. It's such an honor and a pleasure and we've got a great show today we do. We've got jackie schlegel at the half. We're gonna be talking about a vaccine update with texans for vaccine choice and we've got autumn commonly out of the gate how to find inner peace. I'm all about it. I could use it autumn. How you doing. i'm good. how are you. i'm good. I'm good you know had a rough weekend but you know and inner peace is a big part of that isn't it is overcoming struggles that you have to go through in life as a family right difficult to get through life without having some kind of struggle. Oh i know it's it's actually you know you you learn so much when you struggle you really do and so it's hard as it is to go through difficult times it also empowers you shoot smarter and stronger or at least it should write a little bit. Always you know but Most of the time. I think it does particularly if you're open to that kind of growth for personal growth. Sorta thing if you're not then it can bog people down but usually my experience. People tend to rise above. Yes yet you know and i always love talking about inner peace. It's one of my favorite subjects. So i take books out of my library and yeah and just so. That's what we're going to talk about but let me introduce you. People know who you are. Then i want to touch on something that i brought up a couple of days ago That i actually found what i was talking about it anyway. Let me introduce you ask sound good. So if you're just joining you're just now joining us. It is monday. And we have autumn calmly with us She lives in the sky islands of arizona with her four kiddos and her animal baby. She is the creator of and traditional healing a company dedicated to restoring microbiome health through diet. And wow is that so important. It's really important. Yeah no i was reading. Well i'll get into that after i finish. Introducing new but autumn is also a self taught vegan. Chef a serial gardner and an avid believer in and a teacher of the healing powers of meditation. You can find her at her email. Meditate with autumn at g mail dot com or her website and ville traditional healing dot com and our products are sold on amazon is well and she's got some great products Do it yourself. Products that a lot of people including me that really love and what i was going to say. We were talking about your gut. Microbiome so tomorrow one of the biggest shows i think in the history of life radio. I've been reading like a mad woman for days and watching videos and all kinds of stuff in preparation for a topic that i'm incredibly passionate about and have been for many years calling out monsanto and the weed killer glyphosate stephanie. Said if you know. You probably know who stephanie sunup is. She's a very popular mit scientist with like one hundred degrees which she's a phd and she wrote the book toxic legacy how the weed killer. Glyphosate is destroying our health and the environment. Everyone should get a copy. And there's a lot of the science is very heavy even above my You know understanding. I'm not a biologist. But i have to tell you their stuff in there that everyone needs to know when i'm so excited to have around the show tomorrow. They have compared her book. Toxic legacy to Rachel carson's book silent spring. So it's a big deal Can't wait my gosh. All is the whole topic. The stuff that i have discovered. Oh my gosh i. It's going to be hard to pack it in In it's just one show but we're gonna do our best but You know you know the other day this. This is what i was talking about. So you know the other day junior. When i was saying that going in and out of cold places into the texas he in and now. It's really not good for you. So i've got validation. So this morning. I was reading the epoch times and And there was a little article in here called summer. Vacation is almost here and it's time for a fresh fresh garden herbs. Which i know you know a lot about autumn. You've got probably got a whole. You got a whole garden of verbs. Don't you right now. Of course you do. You always do but in this article was saying. Don't don't avoid sweating and especially. Don't keep yourself inside. Air conditioned rooms all the time sweating will cleanse your body pores and reduce heat from inside out naturally too strong or too sudden of a temperature. Change clothes your pores and seals all the humidity and heat inside your organs and channels and that's one of the major reasons for disease according to traditional chinese medicine. What do you think of that. it's true though. Yeah it's funny. Because i was just having this conversation with somebody about it being Such a shock to go from air conditioning and outside into the arizona. Fun and i said you know it makes it almost. It makes the outside feel more unpleasant than it really is. You know quite honestly even though it's hot here in the sheet. It's still pretty nice. But if you've been inside and a fee for our you know it you have to take some time to acclimate again back to the natural feeling of being outdoors and it's hotter than jesus. The nearest zona isn't it. I know someone that just came from there. And they're like. Oh my gosh the heat the heat where i live because i I live a lot of nature but in the cities where there's a lot of radiant heat from the concrete or the buildings. It's pretty bad. yeah I used to have a. She's not used to have. She hit with us my former mother-in-law but she lived in palm springs for a while. And i remember every time we would talk on the phone. How you doing. She say i am a prisoner of the desert because it was so hot that she had to stay in all the time. I guess i don't know but it just made me think of it made me laugh but it's it's always good to have you on the show autumn. I know everyone loves you and certainly we do here at one of my radio. But you know the topic of how to find inner peace and talk about timely to Marie and i were joking about. It's so funny. Because she and i both been you know just a junior to you. Know a lot of stress with a radio show production and all that and just making it the rocket. Go up and you know it's hard when you're working that hard to find enterpise to find the time for inner peace so let's talk about this. So what does it mean to have inner peace and is it truly attainable You know to have inner peace. I think i think it can mean different things to most people but For the most part what. I believe it means. Just simply not letting thoughts to agitate. You are upset you whether that's anger sadness frustration anything like that. Not letting those be your primary thoughts and When i say primary you know we are all humans and so to answer the question of is it attainable. It certainly is attainable as humans. And as as you just mentioned as having busy lives where we're constantly going it yeah difficult to maintain a consistent level of peace when you are On a than a modern life yeah modern life time you. Yeah i mean you can bring your thoughts back to it. You know I had a weird weekend too. And it's like my thoughts. Keep it's almost like a You know like a magnet thoughts want to go to The upsetting the status thought. And instead of letting him go there's more of an exercise you know you pull away from them and you have to. You have to consciously make the effort to attain that peace and that What i like to think of like pretty much. Everything i do practice. My meditation is the practice. My yoga is a practice. All that it's something that i'm constantly doing so it's attainable. But i would never say that you can read enough for meditate enough for you know Get yourself into place. Who is in constant. Give peace that that to me would be a little bit Difficult to achieve for the average non monk person. Yeah yeah non monk exactly okay so speaking of monks it makes me think of the tabet in bell because i asked someone this morning like. What do you do for peace. Just trying to get some other people's thoughts to share on the radio show here today and they said a prayer meditation. Tibetan prayer bell is what helps them to re and being completely outdoors with no electronics. Anywhere around them. So i mean like science outdoors. No for sure yeah That's a that's a big way to get To get pieces you know. We don't necessarily have a cognitive awareness all the time of all of the different Radio as or you know the bluetooth ways mike you know micro. Microwaves anything that's in your house. The wifi all that kind of stuff. You don't have the awareness of it but it does affect us and I actually live in a town where there's a lot of people who live here because they're sensitive. Ems and I don't you know. I i do believe that it is a thing for sure. I noticed a difference when we unplug our wifi and stuff like that Sensitive as some people but you know when you're out in nature and there isn't any of that style on. There's you know there's such value to that. That goes underrated that. I wish more people understood. It's so simple. You know it five for five minutes and do nothing. But we've all had this experience junior. I know you. I know everyone out there. Listening has had this experience. When you're in your house and the power goes out right. There's no silence like that. You feel nothing. The air is is calm. There's nothing in it. I i'm not describing it very well but you know that knowing that i'm talking about you lose power and suddenly boom like everything siren and it's a different kind of silence right. Yes and it's monsoon season here so We get these big afternoon. Thunderstorms is the clouds roll in. And it's just beautiful and what it also does because it's a small town is it knocks out our power but so all of the electronic off all of the air purifiers and this and that and whatever wifi all that goes out and then at the same time just a thunder and then raindrops on You know a metal roof and it's like You know like it doesn't even you can't even create this kind of meditation. You know it's up to nature on. Its own so the very cool thing to to have to sit in. Just be a part of a thunderstorm and not have anything Distracting from it or whatever. I love a good thunderstorm. How about you junior. Oh i know. I can remember. I loved like. I used to drive my kids crazy because they would get scared. Because of my mother-in-law the one i was talking about earlier the prisoner of the desert. You know she puts. She was scared of thunderstorms. So she kind of you know. The apple didn't fall fall from the grandmothers tree so that she talked to my but anyway. I'm when we when you just said that i just. My mind flashed back to being a kid sitting on my front porch in upstate new york and when the the summer thunderstorms roll through. Oh my god. I used to love to go out there with like a blanket and just sit on the porch and let it roll through. It's beautiful experience as as we were on a walk the day with bill. I live off for kids. And i've got one strap to me one in his girl or the two big downer skaters and we see the mountain range and the distance we can see rain on the back side of the mountains and i was like we're fine. We can keep going and then my oldest was like. Oh look at the front mountain. Now mom and i left and it was coming closer to this wall of water and these big bowling class and it was It was a little intense getting home. Yeah but but what's elliott was so cool you know and it made us all new uplift. Everybody's spirits alan like. Oh this is cool well and you know what we're talking about right now are simple things that are free enjoying what's in front of you being in the present moment all these things that they talk about how to find inner peace right. It's right there in front of you you have to. You just have to as you said practice or or exercise your mind to to capture at right and enjoy that moment. Oh my gosh. i'm loving. This i love it is it is and it's you know it is. It's the simple things fighting on friday. I find what really difficult time and we were talking when years ago. And you know she said something to me that says step with me. She said yeah. The the mind is only capable of having one thought at a time. And that's true. I mean you know you can have with rapid fire thoughts of course one right after another but typically You can always replace a thought so if your mind starts going into a negative direction you know whether it's something that truly has happened that is upsetting and very A very real thing that you potentially need to grieve or something like that by replacing that thought With one of acceptance or one of serenity or one of just using the word peace. I have instead of just thinking negative thing add on things negative thing and then to the end of it and say and i have peace about the situation and that refrains the whole thought entirely until you're training your brain to go back to that peaceful place regarding the situation rather than the hurtful place. Yeah and you can find instant piece by walking outside typically or just going for a walk finding a little quiet space. I'm looking at the clock on really need to go break. I'm gonna. I'm gonna ding my bell here. My my prayer bell my betton bell as we to break and so everybody enjoy. We'll be right back more coming up. With autumn cow connolly. You're listening to one life radio Live with such off. They say you gay listening to one life radio. Make sure you check out our podcast and get to know the show at one life. Radio dot com right. Everyone welcome back to one life. Radio this is burned with junior in the mix and autumn connolly. We are broadcasting live from dallas texas on iheartmedia as well as km in southern california on abc news. Talk autumn. connolly is just a wonderful woman she really is. She's amazing. She's a self taught vegan chef a serial gardner and an avid believer in and a teacher of the healing powers of meditation. You can contact her. At meditate with autumn at gmail.com or her website and ville traditional healing dot com. And you can check out in ville traditional healing at amazon dot com as well. They sell oliver products. And it's always great to have autumn on the show. She's you're just wonderful. Everybody loves you. They just do. But you're welcome and how's the new baby just by the way i haven't talked to you in a couple of weeks weeping right now we better be very quiet forever. Wow watch your wake up screaming here but you know today. We're talking about how to find inner peace with autumn and so what tools techniques can we use to gain inner peace them. You know what i always. I always say mansor for me. I'm most being. I wanna self self-awareness aware of your thoughts. Be aware of what you're thinking. And how your thoughts make you feel and then try to get rid of kind of control the ones that caused you to feel frustration agitation and then of course the best way to My mind the best way to Always act from a place of awareness. Is through meditation because meditation offers you that space that actually a little blip of consciousness where you're willing to Pause before you Actor you're willing to pause when you're thinking you know it gives you that ability to Have a thought and then immediately go wait a second dot is painful for me or that thought self destructive and meditation really allows that extra that extra room for growth and most people. I've experienced myself. I've experienced it with so many people around me even in my Young children meditation makes such a big difference and giving them you know essentially a fork in the road. Or maybe you're neural groove. Tend to go in one direction and then the meditation through meditation. You can actually physically change your brain structure and change the energetic balance of your brain to where you have more options and When you have more options you know we are. We are creatures. You know like Like like other animals and want to choose what we painful for you if the option is present then that's the one that was going to take the path of least resistance a lot of times. It's just not present because they've been conditioned to kind of believe that our mind is Is is supposed to control us when really. It's not anything more than a tool what you say. The word conditioned we're conditioned to like busy lives and lots of noise and chatter. There she goes. I hear is that to seize noises on q. Will you know. I'm thinking about a lot of things. But you know you condition yourself and habits of you know of of losing your mind you know instead of instead of capturing or tapping the brakes. Go wait a minute. I'm not gonna lose my mind this time. I'm going to have as you said some self awareness. I'm going to i'm going to. I'm going to train myself to react differently. It's so hard though so many people you know i go back to. I think of the times when When i owned adrift vote spa. People were afraid to go in the tank with no sound. No light no noise no nothing they were afraid to be in that silence right. Yeah of course. I mean because Where's the distraction. A lot of people think a lot of people are paying their peace through distraction and of course it does work momentarily and it's not always a bad tactic. Sometimes you know if something awful happens the best thing we can do is kind of you know immediately distract ourselves from it but certainly not a long term solution and many people have relied on it as that sort of shows the way of life and It's unfortunate because that's not real peace and the feeling of real peace is so much greater and so much more expansive but The world it just truly be a better place if people Practicing more often. Oh i know you know you hear about this snack exercising now where you do like little snack exercise like a five minutes you know like three or four times a day to get your fifteen or twenty or thirty minutes and you could do that with. You can do that with meditation to you. Know right most and studies in meditation. I mean it only takes. There's a big harvard study. you can easily look up online but Five minutes of meditation a day over eight weeks and that's only five minutes. We all we all spend five minutes a day doing something productive unsure of it and Over eight weeks actually changes the Physical composition of brain agree matter. That's in the brain is noticeably larger. After just eight weeks of a five minute meditation a day and it's pretty impressive to think that five minutes could have that much of an impact and If you want to think about it even further further out what could ten minutes a day due at five minutes a day for a whole year. Do it's amazing. The the capability we have to change our own to change our own Neural composition to change around brain and And it doesn't take as much effort as people think. No and i. You know when you know. I'm a huge fan of on and having mindful. Meditations do a dish doing the dishes meditation. When you eat three times a day you can take that time to be silent and reflect on the people that are next to you in the food you know and not be so caught up and having to have a conversation or something to watch and and just really her right really focusing in on the food. Well that's one of the biggest things that i land whenever i was studying meditation. Is that the goal of meditation is obviously to clear your mind to have thought acting by but not engage with them but even more so than that. The goal of meditation is to be able to have that feeling of meditation that calmness that peace within you When the you are surrounded by chaos so you know I've been telling myself lately. Oh i don't have time to do my long meditation. Because i like you do an hour an hour half long meditation and i don't have time to do that but what i do have is a lot more time to practice Being in a meditative state. When i'm surrounded by or activity or mess or A never ending list of to do and it's not the same. It's not the same type of practice as an hour. Long very Very specific meditation. That is a different kind. That is Adds a lot of functionality to my life it allows me to take one. Step back from whatever's going on in my life and Trained myself to not react or train myself to see it from a different perspective. You know rather than fee something as a mess or fees loudness is something. That's frustrating chaos. Or something you know. I can stop and i can look at it from the perspective of oh look at you know how lucky we are to have these things to make a mess with. Look how lucky my children are to have a home where they feel comfortable to do this thing or you know how happy they are there. No easy just happiness and better that being an irritation i can immediately turned it into a gratitude and gratitude alone will add if you own this piece without much effort. You know my my youngest this morning. I packed a big bag of all kinds of vitamins and stuff. She's going on a little trip where their dad and i put it her suitcases. She said what is that. And i said those who you're you're supplements and your vitamins to take on the trip and she's like oh mom you know and so i went before i walked out of the room. I said you should be so lucky. And and yeah. I mean it children just people in general. There's so much to be grateful little things around that you don't think about you know just just little things that can can cause that that inner peace or help to to achieve that inner peace by being thankful and you know people talk about it all the time. Mindfulness and gratitude and blow you know and it's almost like overkill but but it is so true when you take your really practicing it. Yeah when you're really practicing i. It is mindful and the look that she she looked at me afterwards. Like yeah you know. Yeah i am really lucky. You lucky to have a monkey exactly. that's it. that's yeah you can be lucky. It's easy to say something like. I'm lucky to have a mom but it's not as easy to say. I'm lucky to have a mom who packs supplements. And i'm supposed to be going on a fun vacation but if you have if you have proper mental control or if you're working on having proper rental control you can turn that into something grateful you know and it's like that's that's where it stops being a pop culture sort of thing starts being real when you can take ugly things in life and turn them into something to be grateful for. You can take a bad situation and you can find the good in it and can truly not just say it but she really embody the feeling of gratitude for whatever the bad thing. There's only bad thing. Maybe you know there's always as cliche as it may sound there's always a bright side and A lotta times. It's difficult to find it when you're in no some sort of emotional I don't know when you're feeling emotionally overwhelmed. But usually there's a way that you can look at something and you can go away. You know just how this has a benefit. And aren't i lucky. Lucky then my my house is i'm s. You know. I have a house i have. I have children. I have to you know. Aren't i lucky that. I got this disease because this disease has allowed me to you know Want to connect with my family more. Want to be president more allowed me to take care of my body better so you can spin out in all kinds of directions and that to me is the true meaning of you. Know finding gratitude in something. Not just being like oh. I'm grateful because my hair looks good today. Yeah i'd be grateful for that too. It's been so humid on my god. I'm always the jokester. But you know i love having you on the show so much and we're getting ready to go to break here but you always do a chant for us. What's your chance today. Let let's hear what what is it about. It's it is a tibetan prayer. It's pretty ancient one and it's still practice regularly in the culture and it's called own money pittman And it's essentially just you know connection a connection that we are all one you know connection with everything in nature and when we find that connection thought separating ourselves from you know whatever we think to be higher power about separating cells from nature and from other humans and animals and you know looks goes on and on and we are able to find achieve a greater state of peace all right. So let's do it. Oh everybody close your eyes. Take a big gupta. Oh johnny oh maini tammy maini owe money me oh money pad me Maini pay oh money. Oh johnny oh oh my any pan mommy oh beautiful it autumn. Thanks so much great one. Yeah it is talk to you. We'll talk to you real soon. Take care and kiss that baby for me. All the babies all right bye. Vallat everyone We've got a great show continuing on jackie. Schlegel is up next stay tuned. you're listening to one life radio. They see just wages in the old. You follow us on social media one. Live radio all right everyone anisette. We'll welcome back to one life. Radio this is bernadette junior in the mix. We are broadcasting. Live from dallas texas on iheartmedia as well as k. m. e. t. in southern california on. Abc news talk. We've got jackie schlegel with those. You guys we're going to get a vaccine update with texans for vaccine choice. Jackie is the executive director for texans for vaccine choice and just four short years. She took a group of passionate moms and turned it into the epitome of grassroots activism setting an unprecedented standard for the nation and even drawing worldwide. Attention that fledgling group twenty is now a political action committee and educational foundation with over thirty thousand social media followers as well as twelve thousand plus official members who proudly align themselves with texans for vaccine choice. Thanks to jackie's energy and passion. This group is organized with local branches. Core members and team leaders impacting their schools their communities and their legislators their website is texas for vaccine choice dot com always a pleasure. Jackie schlegel after. It's a monday. It's headline news. I don't even know where to begin. I it is a monday and a breadline will. We'll get to all the breaking news by one of the breaking news has got to be of course. This is a few days old now maybe a week old but the door to door vaccination and doctrine nation. What is this about bernie. I had to go. You know these things pop up on social media is you know we live in this technology world where you're getting these notifications and i have to be honest. Sometimes something pops up. And i'm like is this legit or you know accurate and i. I kind of stunned myself. And i'm not entirely sure why these are the types of things that we have long warned about at texas for vaccine choice but here the president of the united states to hear the white house. Press secretary is very nonchalantly. Lay out their plan to go door to door to reach individuals. I think it's interesting to me about this. Plan of going door to door to educate The vaccine this scene is incredibly accessible to anybody in the community. Right right i mean you can get at the grocery store. There's incentives you get free go now if you owe. Yeah yeah no it's crazy. I've never seen anything. Like i have never seen anything like anything. I don't think anybody's ever seen anything like it and it makes you you you you. You have to question what is really going on here. Door to door has that ever happened. in the history of our country where the government sends people out door-to-door other than of course the census not excluding the census. Is this ever happened before. I never seen anything like this and it is quite terrifying to think of the door. That quite literally could be open. i think about the children. I think about teenagers having to open the door. And you know answer. These types of questions a. Where is this going to li. I wildly uncomfortable with this again. This axiom is easily accessible if your child or your family has a state Health program continually sending out information. And i think also concern is what information are they going to be giving out. The door are individuals going to get true informed consent. I think we know the answer to that. Well you know. I i pull something that i read to that And this is from like about a week ago that other family members such as grandparents aunts uncles and adult siblings are allowed to consent to a child immunization if a parent or other guardian isn't available eight is true that is true and this is something that has been a great concern for us at texas. Yeah throughout the years right and and and you know what defines if a parent is not a vailable Truly there has never been a better time to have these conversations with our kids and to make sure we know What's happening when during the care of individuals. Uh-huh yeah now well and this has become very political. I mean this is broken up a lot of families you know i'm thinking of I have to be very careful what i say here but i. This is a true story. i heard it. I heard it just last night about a father. Who who told the child to go get a vaccine not not of covid nineteen vaccine another vaccine flu vaccine knowing this that that this child had already been a vaccine injuried earlier in its life and the same thing happened okay. The child got very very sick but the point. I'm trying to make here and it was it was it was to go against the other parent. Do you know what i'm saying. So if you've got other family members even grandparents aunts uncles siblings. Whatever that are allowed to consent for a child's immunization if the parent is available they could just say well the parents not available and kind of used coercion. If you will to try to get a child to get the vaccine to please apparent am. I making sense. A oftentimes is not just the other parents going against. They are circumventing the child's primary care physician right any time that we start opening up the satellite sites these pharmacy clinics where you can take a young child to get a vaccine. You don't know if they're getting double vaccinated your circuit. Bending the child's primary care physician who has a role in helping make decisions that are in the best interest of the trial and it's not uncommon for families in these positions to make medical mistakes. Sexiest double vaccinating. It's on my gosh. Kim that we hear about on a regular basis and we're huge proponents of A practitioners doctors and have any primary care physician making these decisions in that office. Two of royd The potential you know risk of the satellite location Well junior what do you think about all this. Do you have any comments. You'd like to share with the listeners. Mean i think it's ridiculous to i mean. I think they're going to have a hard time coming through texas going door to door. I would be scared if i was person going. Door to. door texas but I don't know. I think it's i think it's ridiculous and it makes me even more skeptical Just the fact that they're doing that. I mean i've i've seen stuff. I think we were talking about this at our meeting last but like even on tv. I everything they're doing their flash in the blue color. They're there every tv stations constantly pushing for the vaccine. They're saying i heard one the other day said. Oh if you're confused go here. It's like nobody's confused. It's not a confusing thing. It's very lake lake Jackie was saying it's very easy to get there's no confusion shoving it down our throats constantly and it's like i don't even like watching tv anymore. Yeah well it's like a battle that the left doesn't want doesn't want to lose you know and and and and i'm i'm very much To the left on certain topics it just depends upon what it is. But i'm so we've turned this. We've turned this into a political issue. And it's it's like what the hell is really going on in this country with a vaccine. It's not even just as vaccine. We just don't. I don't ever get vaccine so but this one seems like everybody's really like on top like nobody cares. I didn't get the flu vaccine the last twenty years but all of a sudden. It's a big deal. But you know i don't know i don't know what do you want to say to what we just said. Jackie what's your. He does feel incredibly political. But i might is. The individuals opting out of vaccine. Politics has nothing to do it. The zero individuals who are often how they are informed and they do not consent. Maybe that has to do with the fact that this was fast track authorized under the emergency use authorization. Maybe the has to do with the fact of the latest reporting of the vaccine adverse event reporting system shows over nine thousand reported deaths. Wow tell you. I was stunned by that number over the weekend. I was speaking at a conference and i actually quoted over six thousand and i thought that was high. I was preparing for this. Show this morning I went to the the the website. And i looked at the numbers in my jaw dropped. I could not believe what. I was seeing a twenty six thousand hospitalizations. Urgent care office right Nf alexis bell's palsy. Two thousand four hundred eighty six reports. How can we ignore this as a social media in despite the censorship. uc story after story of injury aimed to deny that this is taking place. And that's what this is about. This isn't about politics. This is about individuals being informed insane. I do not consent. Wow well this is great. This is a great talk. We're having but i'm looking at the clock. We're going to go for a quick break. Everyone stay tuned more. Jackie schlegel and texans for vaccine choice. Coming up you're listening to one life. Radio without film is gone on facebook. Hit like and follow us. One my radio right. Everyone welcome back to one life. Radio this is bernadette with junior in. Jackie schlegel we are continuing our talk here. Broadcasting live from dallas texas on iheart media as well as in southern california. We're getting a vaccine update with texans for vaccine choice director. Jackie schlegel okay. Jackie during the break. I was looking at some of the stuff that we want to address here today before we run out of time. Tell me there was a story on fox news about a woman daughter. Covert vaccine reaction in a wheelchair. Can you tell me about that. Sweet twelve year old mattie. I don't know. have you seen this story. No no i have a. I mean there are so many it's hard to keep up with him But this family Very pro vaccine excited to participate in get the vaccine and this twelve year old's life has been turned upside down. She has you know can't digest food. She has to have a tube to get her nutrition She had nausea vomiting in erotic blood pressure. Just all of the different. You know neurological symptoms that. They're not you know they're still trying to navigate and said very. I have to tell you just seeing what these families are going through that many of us have experienced ourselves in your heart goes out home as they are on the news and they're sharing the story on so thankful that even though there's been a lot of backlash against them they're able to share their stories in the first thing they say first words out of their mouth are we're pro vaccine and it hurts my heart that they even have to disclose that. Of course they are. They needed their child. Right right said the same thing. How can you call me anti vaccine. When i masturbated my child and i the system. And i walked in your that day believing i was doing the right thing and then you have walk out of the office. In your child's life is never the same. They're curious and right before your eyes and you're trying to find answers and you don't know where to turn and the only thing you are met with resistance of your anti sites is never could have happened. It wasn't a vaccine is irresponsible and it's criminal for those who Who have sacrificed children. Now i know i hear the passion your voice because your daughter is one of those one of those victims you know she was. She was vaccine injured and we talked about it many times over the years. And you know i again. I was reading the epoch times and just have to. I have to share this. There was an article in here about the moral ization of covid nineteen clouds human judgment. A distorted view of covid control measures has become an obstacle for quality. Science researchers reveal. And then i went on to do a little more digging and i did not know this. That moral ization is a form of psychological violence that aims to impose a narrative centered on values through a right or wrong mindset It's substantiated on making others. Feel guilty and not in the actual teaching of ethical principles and imposing values values or principles onto others is in many cases considered heroic. And i do feel that. Some of that. Moral association or psychological violence has been going on. You know to impose a narrative that not everybody is open to. Would you agree to that. Or what i completely agree with. That completely agree with that. And you know what it's going to be up to us. We can't sit back and rely on this broken system. We can't rely on the mainstream media and the politicians. Even though i will applaud every effort that they give to be a voice for us in. We will that. It'd be thankful for that but it's gonna come down to you is gonna come down to talking to our neighbors in our community members and respecting each other's different positions and points of view. But i absolutely would agree with everything just said. Well you know I appreciate you saying that It's just a thought that i had that i wanted to share. This is an important. This is an important time in our history. This is this is an important time and in the history of the world. Not just here in america where we're broadcasting you know. There's so many things that are happening in the world that are all connected to our health. Our loss of our health. I should say and speaking tomorrow. Toxic toxic legacy. It with stephanie. Son is going to be talking about. How kill glysophate is contributed to destroying our health too. And she originally the reason. I'm bringing her up as she originally was one of those scientists. Mit scientists studied vaccine science. And what's going on with vaccines and autism. She's one of the leading scientists trying to get to the bottom of it and there's some music i i'm sorry i ate up the clock. Jackie wasn't really enjoyed it. Yeah i did too in. It's always great. Thank you for the work that you do out there Keeping us all more informed. Thank you so much for all the work that you do all right. Everyone i encourage you. You're welcome jackie. Everyone go to texans for vaccine. Choice dot com. Check it out. That's their website and keep in mind this you get one body you get one mind and you get one life. Take care of it.

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Dan Patrick Show - Hour 3 - Ryan Eldridge  (03-07-19)

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Dan Patrick Show - Hour 3 - Ryan Eldridge (03-07-19)

"It's all about me. Dan, Patrick gas. There is more where that came from click back for new episodes all week. Log Geico presents unhelpful home improvement. How To's a slippery bathroom floor can result in expensive hospital bills? So today, I'll show you how to cook a serious fall by filling your bathroom with thousands of plastic balls. Just now a piece of plywood across the doorway and dump in two thousand multicolored plastic balls, you could try to protect yourself with a bathroom full of plastic balls or you could get liability coverage through the Geico insurance agency, visit geiko dot com and see how affordable renter's insurance can be broadcasting from the Mercedes man cake, probably smokescreen. Here's Dan, Patrick our in this Thursday, Dan in the damage, Dan, Patrick show, say good morning to our radio and TV partners direct TV audience that were channel two thirty nine airing all three hours all eleven cameras all four danced in yours. Truly this program. Brought to you by Mercedes AM g be prepared for whatever. Yes. Your way the all new GT four door coupe is life is race. Visit your local dealership for a test drive today. We'll talk to Ryan Eldredge. He's one of the stars of main cabin masters on DIY, and he'll join us coming up. I saw this summary of last night's game with the Lakers losing to Denver. This is Ben Hoffman of the New York Times. One would hardly have guessed that LeBron James who has been chasing the legacy of Michael Jordan since he was in high school was on the verge of surpassing his idol's career point total. The inability to truly celebrate the moment was yet another indignity in a season full of them as a result James and the people around him have not been able to make much joy in his accomplishments. Just last week. He passed Andre Miller to move into tenth place and career cyst making him the only player currently in the top ten in both career, points, and assists. That feat one that goes back to the days of Bob Cousy had only even been temporarily attained by a handful of players, and LeBron's was met with a collective shrug. It's a reality of James's life that he acknowledged on Wednesday. So he moves into fourth on the all-time list. And of course, any opportunity that we can provide or you can read into where we compare Michael Jordan and LeBron James everybody's waiting for that. But not today, it didn't change anything doesn't change. Anything doesn't mean anything as far as Michael Jordan? And LeBron James, and I'm still Kobe is more of a comparison to Michael Jordan. If you wanna look at their styles. Results that that's the comparison. You know, we we were shoehorning LeBron in there. But LeBron and Mike have nothing in common except for the number twenty three. That's it. They're just different players different people on the court off the court and the feels like Michael and Coby were similar in their approach. And why isn't Kobe who's ahead of LeBron James on the all time scoring list? Why isn't he considered to be closer to Michael than the don't? I don't know. I've I've always been surprised at that. It's as if you know, we never embraced Kobe like you admired you like how he played. But there was something missing there. There was the warmth that wasn't there. Because when the names come up greatest players of all time, it's always the. Oh, yeah. In kobe. Whereas Kobe should be in there in that mix. But if you're going to hold this, you know, LeBron accountable for not making the playoffs. You gotta hold Kobe accountable for not making the playoffs because you can't pick and choose when you come to. Hey, you know, that's a knock against LeBron players in their prime. They don't miss. They. Don't miss the playoffs. Okay. He's going to miss the playoffs this year. And yes, he is not largely to blame. But he's right there. You know, if we're pointing fingers he gets a couple pointed his way they lost again last night lost in this performance last night. Nikola joke a joke. It's the joker with Denver. He's averaging seven point seven assists per game. Now, you're probably wondering what's the big deal about that the most assists per game by a center in a season all-time Wilt Chamberlain as the two highest the joker has the next two. So his season this year, seven point seven assists will be the third best season average. Twice for assists by center in NBA history stat of the day the day that best ad of the day stat of the day comes that what stat of. By the way, you have Josh Rosen may be on the trade market. Antonio Brown is on the trade market and expected to be traded by Friday. But the Steelers won a first round draft pick here. And I don't know somebody's gonna pony that up unless it's the raiders. And if the raiders go after an Tonio Brown, Jon Gruden doesn't know what he's doing. Because if you're going to rebuild and then bring in Tonio Brown, then you don't know what you're doing our eight seven seven three DP show, Email address DP, Dan, Patrick dot com. We make the smooth segue to main cabin masters on network and one of the stars. In fact, I think he believes he is the star is Ryan Eldredge joins us on the program. Ryan good morning. How are you? How are you doing today? Dan, five ten to ten and Chris Beck's? Okay. Okay. Chris Becks is your cereal choice. That is my cereal. Okay. Are you guys working today? Are you doing any many building today? We are not building yet. We'll start up in about three weeks. What kind of going through the scouting process right now. Figuring out where we're going to be and kind of watching the weather does a ton of snow up here. So we're going to have to probably work towards the coast the first round, how DIY network find you guys. You know, we're very lucky. My niece is best friend's mother worked for the cannabis land trust typical and production company out of Denver Dorsey, productions reached out to them looking for builders or people who resale up sale process, recycle all that. And actually chase them. My father mar had a little shop and hollow. May they would doing the bomb board thing, and all that thing all the things that really in right now well before their time well since then the shop is closed, but you know, they were known for saving stuff recycling. Upcycle never throw anything away we fit the mold. They called us next thing. We know we're doing a Skype interview. And we're doing a pilot. I was wild story. I was also wondering I would always say main cabin builders. And then paulie goes it's main cabin masters. Okay. What's what's the difference there in main cabin builders or you're a master? Yeah. I I think the master is a TV thing maybe to get people's attention. Okay. No, no. I'm not sure if a lot of people are call was wanna watch main cabin builders, but you know, master's hasn't ranked. Okay. If somebody hasn't seen this show. How would you describe it? We like to say, you know, this old house kind of meat Seinfeld humor with a little talent. In there. Any fights. Oh teeth all the time. You know, if chases and mad AMIS matter the sister. So I, you know, I prefer that they are going at it. You know, and we work forty fifty hours a week together. A lot of times we're spending time away from our families and homes together. So you know, we get on each other's nerves. But end of the day, we're in a beautiful spot where dealing with great people. You know? And you you you put it behind you, you know there. There's a lot of stress and it with the deadlines, and, you know, traveling logistics, and it all comes to a head every once in a while. But that's one thing we were a hundred percent sure we wanted to stay true. And not portray on TV as fighting. You know, we don't fight a lot. But we get edgy sometimes. But it's all just family friends stuff. You see every day. But Ryan of you ever gotten to one of these cabins and just said, no, we can't we can't do. There's no no many times. I chased chase would definitely wouldn't. You know, what that happen? You know, a lot of these cabins should get a match it'd be torn down. But. What would it was? We're saving memories. You know, a lot of these people spend this money just to say the memories of these camps. And you know, it's amazing. You know, how important that is to some families and some people, and you know, it's awesome. We give the camp back a that. Did it people didn't think would get saved and to see the reaction, you know, it's priceless. And it's worth all the hard work and the house away from home and a long days, and you don't want. I I watch like diners drive ins and dives. And then I'll watch main cabin masters building Alaska, and I have no interest in I can't build anything. And I can't cook anything. So I don't know why I'm watching these shows why why are we watching you guys work? You know, I think off success is that we are just you know, we're real people can relate to us. You know, we're just a bunch of builders from Maine who got very lucky, you don't wanna try our hardest to portray may in the right way, you know, and to promote the trades. And you know, everyone has a friend like one of us whether it's myself or jed eye. Or Dixie or Ashley or the guys that you see behind the scenes, you know, people can relate to us. You know, what it's just good to see, you know, good fun stuff that you're gonna light to especially today when there's a lot of negative stuff going on. It's just fun easy TV. You don't have to really think much. Do you do lead the league and showing up hung over of the group there? Some days some days. I do you know, I always say you gotta pay to play. And it doesn't get as easy as you. Get old. Yeah. I think you're sisters the MVP though, she she's sneaky great that down. She snarky white are your wife. I should say she keeps it together to sneaky great. You know, I I love that. I love her approach, and she's a sniper like she'll just come in. And, you know, say something jab and then move out. She's one of a kind. I'll tell you. I'm very very lucky her sense of humor. You don't her ability to work with guys, you know, sometimes it's her and ten or twelve guys up north of a camp, you know, she holds her own. She's not afraid, you know, she's a she's almost like a black lab. She's a master wrestling when she needs to have fun when she needs to working when she needs to just perfect timing. Doesn't matter when it is. She needs to do that attribute. She'll bus it out. Brian Eldridge main cabin masters on DIY network. I know big patriot's fan you got to go to the Super Bowl this year. I did I got very lucky went down to the Super Bowl. What a game. Did you get recognized? I did. Yeah. It's it's it's kind of wild. Everybody would go. We're getting recognized more and more taking pictures, and you know, my buddies that I was with thought it was got a got a big kick out of it than I did. But yeah. Even even up those section three eleven there. I had some people that knew me, it's fun. What time Brady and Djuzel? Call and say, you know, what we need. We're looking for a lakeside cabin. Can you help us? Yeah. We would definitely help them. He's probably cross state lines for that illegal contract. Could you teach on my guys like, you know, this show for Chrissy has no ability whatsoever. Polling. I think wants to mclovin has no interest Seton might be able to. But could you like how long would it take? If I sent my guys up there. Oh, jeez. We could get them whipped up in a day to you know, I have an English degree. My wife has an art, you know, creative. Designed degree Dixie went for business. You know, we didn't start out as carpenters. You know, we just realized we wanted to work outside, and the, you know, the beautiful state of Maine work with our hands. You know, they have it your your team. We we should do a build someday. We'll get you a new set or something. I think I'd rather have a cabin up there on a lake and and they're always on the lake right? Every one of the cabins is on the lake ninety percent of them are on water. Sure. Yeah. Yeah. We're we're very lucky that way once in a while, we'll get one that's close to water something. But you know, they like that on TV, you know, and it's it's just a great work environment. It plays. Well for everything that's going on with the show. And you're listening on the the big jab in Portland. Yeah. On the big jazz ninety six point three. Yeah. Funny. You guys showed out to the show. A lot. I'm always in and out of my truck. And I'm always missing it. So my phone's blowing up and I got to go back and listen to it. But yeah, we we appreciate love you guys have given us, and we love the big jab to and maybe maybe we'll come up there. One time. Maybe we'll let you know. We'll be in the neighborhood. And we'll bring beer we love you guys come up and bring be well, we'll provide the Bill just get up here. Well, Ryan, congratulations on all the success with the show. It's fun watch. And are you still in a boot? Or is that is that an old old episode that I'm watching that was that was an old injury. I'm fine. Now, get back at it. Do you have all your chosen fingers? I believe I do. I'm doing. All right. It'd be a lot cooler you didn't. But you know, I'm knocking on wood. Okay. Thank you. Ryan. Hey, thanks, Dan. The Dan, that's we appreciate all support guys. Ryan eldredge. He's one of the main cabin masters. His wife is great. She's fun. She always, you know, they always got, you know, what's that little, touch, and he's the decor. I yes. Use like, what's you know? She's gonna hey, I got this little thing. And I got this item. Here. Just a nice touch. It's a women's touch. We need a road trip would be good. Get an RV. We do love Portland Maine hook up an RV and the truck and head north. Portland. Awesome. Maybe I could get my my airstream fired up and just head up there to me. Let's let's wait a little bit. But cases, a beer. No. Let's just wait for what a little warmth. You may have a point it just a little warmth up. There you go snowshoeing like doing I do like snow shred fast. Yes. Shred v. Overdose on seafood. We loved Portland though. Portland. Maine Smith, we went to Portsmouth, New Hampshire and Portland. Maine are both great. Yeah. They're both fantastic place. Yeah. So Portsmouth, dude. Let's go. It'd be good. That'd be fun. Get those guys up there. Tell some story are gonna laugh at us when they see us all nail gun in our hands. Yeah. Hornet the wrong way. Fritzy, there's no way you're not allowed to pick up anything. I can't even have you sweep you can't even you know sweep at the end. I don't know what I would be doing there. I think it'd be best. If you just sat and one for all involved, it'd be best if you just sat and one and you suggesting that put this over here. Yeah. That's what you're telling me that I'm supposed to do that with my hint. Yeah. Would you take orders? If they were saying they wanted you to do something. I call it drywall. If there's all this wet stuff on if it's dry dry. Not give me hammers and saws and coming to nail things with woods. That's going to be a mess. If you missed any of the interviews this week from the Mercedes, AM G man cave. You can go to the Dan Patrick show app where you can watch. And listen from inside the Mercedes AM G, man, cave, Mercedes, E, Mercedes AM. Gee, that's Mercedes AM g driving performance. I apologize. I confused Portland in Portsmouth. Portsmouth is a great place to New Hampshire. Yes. Great beer town. Great food town weren't we there on the water? Yes. Having beers. There that downtown it's right on the borders main like he walked across the bridge, and you're in Maine. Yeah. That was fun. Play town. Go back there. Yeah. Yeah. Right. Call your RV guys set us up. I got my airstream sleek. We could hook it up and head on up. There. You got like a little couch or something that could crash on fold out. I'll bring a tent just go outside sleeping bag. Maybe we can sleep in one of the cabins of the main cabin masters doing with our lives. I don't know. This is what we should be doing. How about we build a studio Mona lake in may? And then we could go up there for a couple of weeks and do the show or forever forever forever and leave our wife and kids. Well, oh, okay. My bad. Dreaming a little too big. That's a slight hiccup. But not not an insurmountable. All right. Take a break. 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Where after where he goes today. Buy online pick up in store for free. I'm so there go all in for up to fifty percent off all jeans at old navy. It'll navy dot com valid three or four to three fourteen thousand one excludes install clearance. In Kentucky joins us. Good morning, Paul. What do you have for me today? Good morning, Dan yesterday. The statement you made about how well the in your area handled your dog and the younger dog I would just come out and my vet's office for a regular checkup. And I called him back until then how complementary you were of a way that situation was handled by the vet's office, and he appreciated, you know, the PR for his profession. Thank you, Paul meant. When I said when I brought my dog in and had him put down the vet said, you're the third dog than I've had to put down today. And I think that gets lost. Sometimes you see the job of being a vet and you're around animals and seems like a great job. And then you have that job attached to it where you have to put these dogs down and just what animals mean to people. And you know, the the sensitivity and care that he had of telling you exactly how he's going to do this. And that he won't feel any pain. Just all these things. Now, if it was comforting know, it's a very difficult time for anybody who's been through it, but to have a vet who has that bedside manner. We're we're very fortunate just saw this New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft must appear in person at an arraignment on charges of soliciting prostitution at that Florida's spa. The hearing is set for March twenty eighth in Palm Beach gardens crap was one of nearly three hundred men accused of paying for sexual services at ten spas across Florida in that raid, February nineteenth. Police said the acts were captured on video surveillance. He pleaded not guilty in both cases ask for non-jury trial. You know, the conviction carries possibility five thousand dollar fine one hundred hours of community service educational programs, but looks like he's going to have to appear in court. I thought he was getting out of that. Yeah. That that's a video you another video. You don't want to walk all they know the first video you don't want there. But that's one if we're going to say, which video do you want out there this one does he wear a ring you wear or multiple rings to court like he sees guy's gonna wear multiple rink. I don't know how that helps you. Just a reminder like I'm still I don't know if that's going to matter to anybody who's in there. There's there's no jury so you got a judge in there, and you're turning I don't know if they're gonna go. The judge is going to go. Oh, oh, you own your that Robert Kraft all get outta here? Gone ahead case dismissed fritzy now does he get a shave the date card from the court system? What are they mail him? Exactly. So he knows to be there. Much twenty. Shave the date. Gillette? Does that stadium? They still play in the face. If you have to explain it. Heave the date. Wouldn't that that might apply to Victor has? Has tied into that industry of Yemen. Yeah. People are making the joke. The date is three twenty eight twenty eight three. That worked out pretty well. I don't think this three twenty eight or twenty eight threes. I got my money. I'm Bob getting completely cleared. Really? Yeah. If any wants a piece of it charges dropped. Billionaires don't lose a lot hence billionaire. Yeah. But diversion program charges dropped while. So those those are different things though. Right. Like, I agree with Paul. And I don't think charges are going to be dropped. Because that means he completely gets off. I think they're going to be reduced to something else. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I think he'll play down. That's why you say nine not guilty. Right. So then you could plead down. Yeah. Mic club. Damn what does the NFL? Do. We know. They don't care what the court says when they come to their. I mean, not that they don't care but those punish anyway. I does it matter if he gets his spended, you know, he gets fined and unless you're taking away draft picks. I don't think any of that matters in a in a bigger picture like houses going to hurt the patriot and less. They said you've got to give up control of the team. Yes. Yeah. Like, you get five percent less salary cap or something like that. That's not not going to afford draft pick. I doubt they should you have a football punishment for a non football crime. He he's being charged in a court. He's not the charge of what do you? Call it cheating versus the Rams. He's being charged with he'll station to prostitution. Why? Would there be a football punishment for an outside of the sport crime? What did Jim Erceg get? I thought he got fine. Right. Spend it I I don't know. I don't think he lost a draft pick. But I'm not sure. Yeah. I don't think you can do that. I mean, I would be surprised if you I agree with you that this is non football. But I'm gonna punish you in a football way, you're realizing it by saying, you know, fifth round pick is for prostate. Goes fifth Rupp like they have a chart I'm gonna go to you again. Fritzy? But you don't deserve it. I just want to have crested terns get a really good Bill to massage oil this over and kept him off completely now. Now, I think I'm gonna shut you down the rest of the show Kraft MAC, and please stop doing. Yeah. That's that's you. Did you didn't do? Well, you went over to with runners in scoring position. Mclovin. I looked at some background. They've stripped draft picks not that I would ever happen here. Most of the time it's for salary cap violations. And then there's deflate football crimes. Always football crimes. There's deflate gate. There's pumping artificial noise into the stadium, which I guess is a kind of a football crime whoever the falcons. Yeah. It is because it affected the football game. But about eighty percent of them are teams used to cheat the salary cap all the time, which I don't remember. But there are a lot of teams have been stripped for that going back to the two thousand this day in sports history. Got a few of them Dan, nineteen fifty four the NBA raised the baskets from ten feet to twelve feet for an exhibition game between the Lakers and the hawks. Now, I did I was curious if we would ever get to this. I brought this up a couple years ago because everybody can dunk it's not a big deal. Could you raise the basket? Would it matter? If you raised it to eleven feet would that in any way help the game because I remember Sports Illustrated had a cover story probably back in the seventies. And it was about the debate of raising the basket to twelve feet. But I don't know why you would do that. Now, I think they were worried that everybody was dunking. And and it wasn't creating good basketball. It was just everything was a highlight. Instead of the flow in a in a you know, a fun game to watch. And that if you raise the basket, then maybe you'd have less dunking more movement without the ball. But you know, you have a lot of movement. Now the game has changed a few more nineteen seventy Austin Carr Notre Dame scored sixty one against Ohio U in the NCAA tournament. You remember him? Yes. I do most in car was a c-. He was at at the wrong time because muravich was then and Rick mount was then Calvin Murphy was then so Austin Carr was a wonderful player. But you kind of forgot about Austin Carr, and he didn't have a great pro career. But I think might have been Walter Luckett played Ohio you bucket by Luckett. He was on the cover Sports Illustrated. So you have a guard from Ohio you on the cover. Sports Illustrated back in the seventies. And he couldn't shoot he was from Bridgeport, Connecticut, wonderful talent but a bucket by Luckett played at Ohio University. Nineteen eighty two the NCAA college basketball tournament selections were televised for the first time. I'm still waiting to get back into that room. And the selection committee actually picks these teams, and we get to watch a little bit of that. In eighty three ESPN televised. The first live professional football game on cable, TV USFL Birmingham stallions versus Michigan Panthers. Can anyone aim the two starting quarterbacks in that game? Bobby bare. I think that's right. Who would have been? Think I think he went to Penn State the quarterback who is a Birmingham stout. Oh, no. That's not correct. He Philadelphia stars. Chuck few scene. Birmingham. Or if we were in England Birmingham was Brian Sipe down there. Oh. Well, just check glimpse doubt. Oh, yeah. Cliffs doubt. Okay. Is one of the quarterback Don and then nineteen Ninety-six Magic Johnson. The Lakers became the second player to reach ten thousand assists. And I'm looking at these all-time totals here. You know, nobody's going to catch. John stockton. Steve Nash for a guy who had to wait a little while to get started with his career is pretty far up there. Mark Jackson up there on the old timeless. But I was looking to see, you know, if LeBron can get how high can LeBron get on the all time assists list. But I think you know, now, I don't think there's anything that is going to be designated as all he got there. That means this and it's all about winning two more titles for LeBron. If he gets two more titles in does it with LA now that's titles with three different teams. Like, he can't be Jordan. They can't be better than Jordan. He can be different than Jordan. And therefore, you can have a conversation about those two. But if he doesn't get there, it doesn't matter he'll be top fifteen and steals. He's going to be top fifteen and three pointers made. He's going to be maybe number one in points all time, and he'll be. Seventh and assist all time. When it's all said and done, but as Chris Webber said kind of casually. Hey, Kevin Durant is going to be the all time leading score when it's all said and done this day in sports history. Brought to you by continental tire. They want you to arrive to the game safely. So they remind you take five minutes at the beginning of every month to check your tire pressure. Look into your vehicle's owner manual for the proper inflation pressure. Make sure to check your tires when they're cold proper. Inflation can save you money and headaches down the road. Don't forget that spare tire for more information. Visit continentaltire dot com update the poll results. Mclovin. Okay. If you need each position who would you give up a second round pick for Antonio Brown or Josh Rosen. It's fifty two percents Rosen. People tweeted as asked asked us, what do you think the compensation will ultimately be for both those players. I think Josh Rosen may be a second. If you're Zona, hopefully, a second maybe a squeeze the first round pick out of them. If you're if you're Miami or Washington, and you're that desperate, and you don't think you're going to get Cuyler Murray. And you're not gonna get Dwayne Haskins. Jia then go all in to make sure you come out of this draft with a quarterback moving forward. It feels like Steelers are steadfast in there. They won a first round pick. I just don't know like who needs him now in like how important is he to wit which team because if I have in let's say have three years with Antonio Brown. Let's say three really good years, maybe drama free. Are the jets ready to make that next move? The niners. Are they ready to make that next move Washington? Tennessee. What about the colts? Can I thought the colds if you had somebody with TY Hilton, and that defense was really good, and they surprised people. The offense should line is good. They got a running attack. Like that would be one of those you take a bigger leap. They played Kansas City in the playoffs in Kansas City. They get they only got roughed up. And if you got that kind of game-breaker helping t y Hilton Andrew luck colts have two second round draft picks this year, they said they don't want him a few times. Yeah. I know what about Denver. They've they brought an older quarterback. They don't have any receive. I don't know what Denver's thinking. Yeah. But if they're all with flacco, why not go old with ground and try and squeeze out something, I just you know, the defense got old. You know there. There's nothing that they do. Well, like, they're not formidable and you bring in flacco. Okay. What does that mean? Like, he's an upgrade over case keenum. But how much of an upgrade and in that in that division? You got the chargers going to be good again next year in Kansas City's going to be good next year. So you might be again, a seven and nine six and ten if all goes, well, of course, the raiders won't be that good. But that I feel like that's by design. That's why I'm still surprised that Jon Gruden is interested in Tonio Brown because your team is not going to be good. They're not going to be up to his level of talent anytime soon. Depending on what happens with these. I, you know, these three first round draft picks here or do they have to give up one of those to get into Neo Brown club. I mean, the raiders gave the Steelers third Martavis Bryant who is not anywhere near. So what would they give for Antonio Brown? I mean, the Ray we were talking about this on the side of the raiders always seemed to take in these guys at flame out. Yeah. But but you've already jettison Khalil Mack and Amaury Cooper. Feels like if you thought you were winning now, you would've kept those guys, you know, pulling a teen. And no one's mentioned what the Packers you got Aaron Rodgers at the last four or five years of his career. He definitely could use wide receiver help and you add him for a second round draft pick. You're gonna find a better player in the second round to how that's gonna be instantly. Great for Aaron Rodgers. I don't know how that front office. What the hell they think with something like this. And and you're you got a brand new coach who's young and only a couple years older than in Tonio Brown. And you've got the Aaron Rodgers situation which can be described or kind of massaged in a variety of ways. I don't think that's what you want. You would love to have that talent. But I just don't know if you're prepared for that. If that coach would be ready for that Rodgers would be able to handle. But would he be if he didn't get along with Ben I don't think you're getting along with Aaron Rodgers? Because it feels like Aaron might even be more distant than Ben was and Ben I guess is tried to reach out to Tony Brown. But he blocks his calls. No. Yes. Yes. Yes. Who says Antonio Brown does and block ignore? Yeah. Yeah. All right. We'll take a break. We'll come back. We'll close up shop. But we learn what's in store tomorrow and Lasco for phone calls right after this. Okay. This is just a thirty second commercial. And I'm gonna throw a lot of numbers that you, please. Please stay with me in just fifteen minutes. You could save fifteen percent or more on car insurance. The company that has been offering great rates and great service for seventy five years. It's gyco. I'm using it for a long time, I self and anytime you need help you could speak to one of their trains specialists, twenty four seven no recordings the company. Gyco. Go to Geico dot com today. Sorry for all the numbers, but I've been a fan and a customer guy go for a long time and in five four three two one. 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It's only four by eight here. Okay. So I'll go like fifty and Mike is split the difference. Or is that a slap in the face of the wine? No, I I would be fine with that mines in the low fifties. Yes. What's the temperature of an ice cube? That's an instant wine closet right there. His dropping ice cube into your glass of wine. You're on. Oh, I was wondering where where are you going with this like you go into your freezer, you take an ice cube out? There's wine enthusiasts all over the ball. I'm going to be using their minds. Trying the integrity of the grey turn the calf crack it open. It just dropping ice cube instant, cold wine. I love an Australian wine because they had the twist off Tom which I'm fine with that big comeback twist off. Yeah. I was gonna bring this out the other day I'd had a couple, and I went to open a bottle of wine, and I took, you know, those rabbit things that you press down on the really good. And so I didn't even look I put the wind down. I put the rapid things are going like this thing not working. It was a kept Bob. Wine bottle opener on more on its own do. Now, are you doing it? Or somebody else building this wine closet. What usually happens is? I start doing that. And then I have to call. So and knows how to build to finish it up because I'm really not that great. I don't even start. I don't because I know that I'll never do it. Great. So then I always just have somebody come on look at some bad thing that you did you can't be proud of it, even if it's like a b minus. No, it's like, my my wife goes, we can paint the room go. No, we can't. And then we do. And then I go now it looks crappy now then you gotta bring somebody in f you spent all the time doing. Yes, he there's no there's nothing worse in the world than hanging wallpaper. That's no taking down wallpapers bad to it wallpaper is just the most vile creation of all it's awful. I hate it. Well, I remember moving into a house, and that wallpapered been up for it felt like centuries and just trying to get that off my wife goes we can take this whole paper off, and I go, you know, she reads too, many them more through Stewart books magazines. Hey, we should do this. No, no. We we shouldn't and in. So we ended up trying to take down. Wallpaper. And then we Benchley called somebody who had the the steamer that can take the wallpaper off. Oh are troubled lives here and whine even like average winds not like high end nineteen forty seven. But if you buy a wine that's made in the past year or two you could store it for as long as you want or does current wines. They don't get better with age. No. I think they do. Yeah. But but how much do you spend on wine like what what's a normal when I'm just all weekend. Like, I'm driving home. I pick up a bottle like what would you spend on a bottle of one twenty bucks? I don't wanna go like eleven bucks that seems like it's Jackie I so I just grab it like twenty twenty to one. Okay. Nothing much. I'm going to stand up for all of the eleven dollar bottles of wine in the world because you can actually get a really awesome bottle of wine for like ten eleven twelve bucks. You just have to you just have to look, but that's sort of a fun game to play actually as because I very rarely would I spent twenty dollars for a bottle of wine 'cause I you can get good wine for much cheaper than that. But you just have to sort of play the game of good bottle bad bottle. And sometimes you get some stinkers. But when you find a real good one. It's awesome. Yes. Sometimes when you're looking for it's like cigars that. You know, people think well, you got to buy that cigar, you gotta get a Cuban cigar or you got to get this kind of cigarette. There's so many great cigars that are five bucks six bucks. But they have no status to them and people want status when it comes to wine and cigars, and they're like, what are you drinking like at my Christmas party that wine is twenty two dollars ball. But everybody thinks well, you're there's got to be pretty expensive wine here, and I go, I'm not really it's just good wine. But if you're not serving silver oak in nickel and nickel and some of the nickel a nickel. I'm like, no. Which is not. That's not the cost. No, no, no. Yeah. But you know, you can find them and the fun part is when you do find him, and then they don't cost you that much. Yes. Yeah. That's kind of the fun of it. Right. Is just finding 'cause then you get two bottles for the price of that one. Now, we're winning. I still go back to when I was staying at the rich one time, and I saw the wine list, and the markup was incredible. There was a bottle of wine that I was looking at called cease Moke, and I had gone out with Johnny. Oh from you know, the Johnny oh clothing line. We went to his golf course. And he said look at our wine. He's not a big one guy goes look at our wine and tell me what you think seem like we got good prices. So the night before I'm at the restaurant, and I see the the cost is almost five hundred dollars for this bottle of wine. At his country club. It was I think forty nine dollars. Now, I thought it was for a glass. So I said to him, you know, I'd love this. But man, that's that's a lot for glass. So he says to the waiter is this for a bottle or glass, and he goes it's for a bottle. I go we'll take two bottles place because then I go back to the Somali at the richly said, you know, I I got a bottle of this earlier today for forty nine dollars. And he said no matter what price I put on their people by this wine because it's hard to get. And there's a status to it for some reason. So it's crazy. All I know is good bottle wine. Nice cigar. I'm good to go. I can forget about my troubles. I'll take a picture of the before. And after the wine cellar, and it's not gonna be good. No. That's all right. I respect you that you're going to try to do it the club. Final results of the poll question. Fifty-three percent would take Josh Rosen over Antonio Brown. If the situation was the same. It depends on the team though because that's the problem because Miami's not ready to win now. So I would take Josh Rosen Washington. I don't know if they're ready to win the patriots. I would I would look at Josh Rosen. Because now I could have my future in 'Antonio Brown. It feels like the patriots can find receivers. Yeah. They don't need a star. So I would say if they really wanna look at this and look big picture, then they would look at Josh Rosen because I still think that could be a landing spot for him. And they got two second round picks. So I don't know. And it doesn't feel like Brady would be upset about that. I don't think where you go. Okay. Hey, he's twenty two we're bringing him in. 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"Ex-vangelical" and "Molly:" With Tawny and Sam

The Dirty Bits

34:22 min | 9 months ago

"Ex-vangelical" and "Molly:" With Tawny and Sam

"I'm ready welcomed. Death is hilarious. The show that explores how i and my fellow creatives are using comedy to cope with grief trauma and loss. We hope that you can find some relief today with a few laughs. I want to extend a quick. Thank you to our patrons. Trenton bennett. Sarah long and to chorus stevenson fields. For helping us to make this show possible. Today i'm your host tony plata's and back with me. Today is the one. The only sam peterson that me. Welcome back. sam honey. I can't. I can't come back. I'm sorry i've been gone for a while. Part of it was writer's block which i talk about in my letter. I've been painting a lot. It's are you can hang on your wall. Sto imagine if an alien needed to communicate about their experiences here on earth and all they knew how to do was crumpled up paper and then painted. It's wonderful to have you back. I've missed doing with you. Yeah well. I know i was gone. Because of the writer's block and the painting and then i had to go and get this cough and it's not covid. I'm pretty sure it's not kovin. Negative tests in november. And getting a test right now is so tough. That could probably catch cova just from standing in line. So i'm isolating while. I keep trolling drive-thru appointments but it's it's not a dry cough so it's not covert 'cause it's the gross cough. That's what i keep telling myself. But i still don't want your ass anywhere near me with that. Which is why you might be able to tell. Today is salmon. i actually are not recording together. I gave sam some of my recording equipment and sam built this lovely little recording studio in their closet. Some back in the closet. For y'all how much i really love. But i'll have to take pictures and share with our patrons. Because i think i did a pretty sweet job with my closet booth. I'm actually really impressed. With how good you sound. Power tools were involved and there is another personal reason for my absence that i'm not ready to talk about publicly. Perhaps by our next episode together. I'll make it happen s. Because i have nothing funny to say about it. It's all just like listening to taylor swift and crying at this point. So i'm going to say is fuck twenty twenty. We keep calling it. Twenty twenty eight to break it to everyone. But it's wishful thinking. Yes it is we want we want this to be one bad year but it's not gonna be magically over in january correct. I guess twenty twenty at least the first quarter of twenty twenty one. Does it make it good hashtag anyway. I'm not holding my breath. I am preparing myself for the fresh. Hell that's probably going to be twenty. Twenty one. Remember when we call twenty-six tina dumpster fire the it just keeps going just going the years or arbitrary numbers that we have just slapped on your jointly. Right is gonna cat crazier twenty sixteen. My friend followed an internet tutorial on how to make a dumpster fire christmas ornament out of felts in it said two thousand sixteen on it and then twenty seventeen was a shit tornado and so my friend just pins the number seven on her ornament. Suskind me like that and remember when trump had cove it and for a brief second we thought twenty twenty was going to have a redemption art. Yeah the writers were teasing us with a happy ending death by hypocrisy. What have just been gorgeous. Or he could have lived. But then suffered from a lifetime of pain and chronic illness. I wasn't necessarily wishing death. I was just wishing suffering which is much worse. Every not me though honestly. I just want him out of office. I'm not a vengeful person. So i didn't really care. If his suffering was minor. I would've been content if cova just gave him some sort of excuse to leave the country and be gone forever. I just wanted the threat removed. But you know i guess i'll have to wait for twenty twenty one after all and i'm not trying to sound like a good person by saying i don't care about revenge like maybe if i was more motivated by revenge i'd be a better activist like i like social justice because i want to end but maybe if i was more vengeful i'd have the courage to like punch a cop or something. I've tried to say no judgment if you're into revenge your king is not my king and that's okay but seriously i don't know if not being vengeful means. I'm so enlightened and relaxed. Or if i'm just fucking lazy i mean i have some thoughts on it but you probably wanna hear them torturing enemies that take very long. Do i have to get up. And that's how i unwind that's called self care for me. Your self care seems a little more productive if not angry. That's banter baby. I have some banter yes go. I have some thoughts. Actually i have some things. I think i need to get off my chest. Some fly money out of my chair. It's dot kobe. covert covert. it's not coed co fed. I actually want to talk about something. That's really been on my mind and is really dividing the american people and that is whether or not it's rude to ask rapid fire questions and conversation. Oh my god yes please go on. You can probably guess how. I feel about the topic. Already i work with eno several people from the midwest and they all have one thing in common. They will interrogate you like a police officer with questions. And if you don't interrogate them back they think that you are the route one. You can't see me right now. But i'm like hanging from my closet like a monkey jumping up and down with excitement. You're so right you you understand this. And it's really dividing the nation. My southern californian friends volunteer information in conversations. And they think it's ruined to ask questions because somebody might not want to talk about the subject if they wanna talk about the volunteer the information people from the western not like that. They want you to shine a light in their face. What you do what you eat. Where'd you go. who were you with. And it stresses me out and if you don't do it back they think that you're a narcissist. I've noticed these are also the same kind of people who are very aggressive about their positively They are so positive and they wanna push that positive right onto you. And i actually came across the phrase toxic positively. Recently those good vibes only people. Why the southern california version. That exists everywhere. They don't want to deal with your depression negative vibes. They don't wanna hear it. You gotta manifest positivist man. I know who you're talking about. I know that guy. I dated that guy briefly him and all those other assholes are super wrong about their good vibes. Only scientifically wrong. In fact these are the people that are sticking their heads in the sand and are just not dealing with their problems. There is a really good washington post article. Actually that compares positively to ice cream. There is such a thing as too much of it and it can make you sick. our. I know that i too much less. So imagine someone coming up to you today sam and shoving ice cream in your face that you don't want ya speaking of shoveling ice cream into my face. It was my birthday over the weekend. Yeah happy birthday. I realized why remembered the wrong date. Because when you and i were younger we would celebrate our half birthday so i remembered the date between her birthday is not your birthday great save. You can actually tell how close we are. Sam did not remember my birthday on the day. I don't remember anyone's bucket birthday. Okay i have. Adhd is part of my texas. It was not the happiest of birthdays. Because they'll say. I got a picture of you with like running mascara and the sash across your chest. What did it say that said. Talk thirty to me. I i had a crown on my head. The big old thirty. If you follow me on tiktok you may have seen the video. That came along with this. As i was pouring an entire handle of tito's vodka into a star wars cup and smoking something. I'll let you guess so. Not exactly the happiest day because there was one phrase that was on. Repeat in my head the entire week leading up to my birthday and that was. I'm not supposed to be older than george. And it's a depressing thought to be having constantly. But i tried to make the best of it and i made the best of it by telling everybody that i wasn't turning thirty. I was turning forty five. Because i look understandably really haggard for thirty but if everyone thinks i'm forty five then i don't look haggard. I look amazing. Forty five looks so amazing for forty five hundred. Thank you you believe. I have two kids in high school. I think everyone should do this. Like light up about your age. If you're forty start telling people you're sixty five if you're fifty start telling people you're seventy three it's foolproof. You'll just get compliments all day long. How's it going anything over the weekend. Now it's covid. Yeah i get it. I get nice nice. Oh me i was just celebrating my fortieth birthday. Yes i am actually forty. Well thank you. Thank you thanks. Oh oh my god you stop and as you're leaving you'll hear everyone in the grocery store around you these little whispers. She's forty five yes. She is forty five. She looks amazing for forty five. Now she was thirty. I mean damn near different story. Look at that gray hair. But forty five damn. She looks really good. I hope i look that good. When i'm forty five. This is all a fantasy. I have my groceries delivered a hermit during this pandemic lockdown. I have to be. Because i'm one of those people that can't go out at all because i'm a little bit when it comes to my health. If i get sick i don't just get really sick. I get hospitalized as you know like. I've been hospitalized over a uta into a kidney infection within twenty four hours. I had sepsis. And i was in the hospital for over a month. I am not a hearty person. If i catch this thing. I will one hundred percent. Be put into the icu. Which is why. I work from home with babs every day and i see my childhood best friend. And that's it. We don't even work together anymore. Sam i'm not scared to get your cooties micoud cough so consequently i've a lot of time to write you a letter sam and it's called exponential as in x evangelical. Yes dear sam. It always feels funny because it's a comedy routine masquerading as a letter. I like letters. I have a typewriter. Letters are very on brand for me they are. That was kind of how we came up with this show. We were writing each other letters over the off and on over the course of several years and they always for me really did seem like stand up routines that were in letters. Yeah that's where we come together at home dear sam it's december and we are once again and locked down because of the virus. I live in san diego so it's been dangerous. Leave my apartment since march. The last time i ate at a restaurant was in february every once in a while. When i sit down to write about all the funny parts that come with grief trauma and loss because they're so many i get worried i'm going to run out of material because i work from home with babs and there's nothing to do right now but the thing is i also have years of trauma to fall back on georgia's death was simply the peak of my trauma. I have trauma peaked. Everything else just kinda rolls off my back like nothing. That ever happens to me. Moving forward and life will be worse than finding my soul. Mate's body. I think that's one of the reasons people who see shit like what i've seen make such dark jokes are nerves are dead and we need to feel something dammit so anyway. I figured i'd share the funny parts of growing up in a fundy delicate home. Which is why. This letter is a little bit shorter. So if you haven't already guessed. I have some very intense trauma around religion specifically evangelical christianity. You see. I didn't grow up with loving forgiving help. Those in need jesus. I grew up with supply-side. Jesus god of capitalism registered republican. And i say this specifically that. I grew up with this flavor of christianity. Because i know everybody's gonna come for me with hashtag. All christians yes becky. I know hashtag not all christians. I know however it's not my responsibility to solve your problems. So i'd like to paint an amusing picture of my trauma for you today. Featuring supply side. Jesus got of capitalism registered republican. Imagine if you will two thousand four san diego california. Toby mac was on my ipod. I shopped at c. Two eight and i wore a tall black sandal that can only be described as a flip flop on steroids. This is the bro ho sandel. This is that black all the show latte form sandals not johnny. Oh no yes. I was fourteen. I never had the skunk carry. Never had the blonde hair with the black underneath. Though i take pride in that i did wear a purity ring and i was very vocally hateful to the queer community while having sexy pubis and dreams about various peers. Who were girls. Because as i was told that's how satan tries to attack some people. Being queer was a serious offence. When i was growing up in my community. Like if you didn't keep your shameful gay ways to yourself you're liable to be cut out of everyone's lives. I had seen that happen to family members. So i'm having these totally normal for a thirteen year old sexy dreams about the girls that i'm attracted to so normal so normal i did not make the connection that i liked girls until i was about nineteen years old. I remember that of course you do. You were there for that. He was you. Were responsible for a lot of that has but i was nineteen before i figured it out and i was in so much constant turmoil about going to over these quote unquote impure thoughts. That i couldn't accept that. I was attracted to women and i had convinced myself what was actually happening was satan was trying to attack me at night through my dreams and pull me away from christ through the power of pussy. That's why i watched girls making out on youtube as a young teenager. It was satan. It makes sense to me. I'm familiar with the power of pussy. The double uses many tools. This is why. I talk about being by liking girls so much is because there were points in my life where i thought that part of me would always be hidden and george always really was very understanding that and supported that he marched in the gay pride parade with me. He was wonderful anyway. As i got older. I realized that while homosexuality was just about the only thing that supply side jesus god of capitalism registered republican talked about biblical. Jesus never mentioned homo sack homo sack how masako biblical jesus never mentioned homosexuality once. See the thing about making your kid read. The bible is that they know when you're talking out of your ass about the bible. I have read that book in many of its versions cover to cover. And jesus doesn't talk about being queer anywhere biblical. Jesus was telling his followers to help the sick and the poor biblical jesus was telling his followers to give away all of their possessions to love everyone to not cast the first stone and he hung out with prostitutes and lepers after he literally flipped capitalists tables. So this jesus from the bible. He was actually a socialist hippy and he didn't sound anything like supply side jesus god of capitalism registered republican. Nowhere did biblical. Jesus say only help people who adhere to your religion or fuck science now. How does this into being an exponential it ties in because religion is a large part of death for many people so because of my weird ass. Upbringing. it's not always super easy to brush off the stupid shit. People say to me like your husband's in a better place. Now he's with god. It's all part of god's plan. I've been doing really great with the whole issue jing trauma with my husband's death thing but i'm not doing so great at dealing with the whole childhood religious trauma thing. I still don't want your thoughts and prayers. I'd really just like it. If you could somehow send sexist cookies knee still working on. My childhood. Trauma tani Sex and cookies. It's been a long time. The last time. I went this long without sacks i hadn't started having it yet more time to cook. Better make it tasty farm. My past for content or buy presents lert. Fuck twenty twenty. It's just a label. Twenty twenty is just a label. It's just it's just a label for bullshit. Keep going and no longer identifies twenty. Twenty now identifies twenty twenty-five. I'd like to go back to identifying like nineteen ninety seven. That was a good year. Are you kidding me. Oh i was on fire in first grade killing it. I was doing really well. My career was awesome. I was the lead big play in san diego. I was doing to too young to feel the trauma. Setting in life was simple for a child actor in those days. Tony so it's been a while. Since i wrote i had writer's block if i made a tarot deck about the creative process writer's block would be the tower. I don't know a whole lot about tarot cards. But the tower is the one that makes my friends curse and yell the most my scene of chaos and destruction that made me want to jump out of a window was the fact that i couldn't seem to do any creative writing especially not for this podcast and i think the lightning bolt that set it. All on fire was self-doubt. I just. I don't think i meant to be funny. What like. I know. I can be funny. I know i'm capable of it. But his comedy my calling is dark. Comedy setting said the grandiosity and the audacity of anything. I'm doing creatively needing to be my calling. Let me make very clear. The internal battle going on here on one hand we've got love and light and joy and everyone likes her and she's always so productive and i think she's literally high on life. No seriously i think if i could take a shot of whatever her brain produces naturally i could see the leaves growing wait. Who is this. I must you'll see. Oh my god you'll see and on the other hand we've got witty and bitter and sometimes morose often gross and shocking and he turned his swimming pool into an aqua adventure. Because keeping a sizable chlorinated body of water. In his professorial oriole opinion is racist. These inner voices are my mother and my father. I figured it out. When he mentioned the pond. Yes i could say. I am tempted to try to be more like my mother. But honestly i think you would sell your soul right to the anti-racist fish double dark comedy becomes you and wit and offending sexists whenever you can. But i've been playing this whole subconscious game with myself about growing into my lighter side which apparently means drawing pictures of boobs instead of writing. And i got really introspective and thought about how. I've always been so serious. My dad was always making these advanced sardonic jokes and as a six year old. My knee jerk response was to just respond to everything with absolute seriousness. Which which seem less risky than potentially laughing at a non joke the mega to understand the jokes and had a door slamming face. Don't worry he's material better. Nothing like a tiny angry feminists to sharpen your stand up act at will do it. He may have already peaked though. One day back when i was exclusively dating women. My dad's said sam. I think just played the lesbian card. I'm like okay. go on. This guy was arguing with at. The bar was being homophobic. So i said oh so. Your daughter's better than mine. Because she sucks. Dick i remember this. Oh that's what you're not laughing. I remember this. That's right 'cause it always coming back to me in this flashback. There of that moment you telling me forgot to laugh. Because i told this story the other day and i just mic drop in walked out of the room rim seem happy so you know. Maybe i'm not funny. These are the things that we fix editing o. Did you want me to laugh at that. Yes i did. It was cool was shared. Like why do i have to be gender. Fluid and bisexual. Why can't i just go back to being lesbian. I'm ruining the setup to the perfect punchline. I did that for you. Meanwhile i've been getting closer to my mom over the years. My dad's my best buddy but she was always mostly my mom. She's pretty much the best mom i've ever heard of and sorry to rub interface but she's so uniquely fantastic mom that i feel it's worth sharing moms around. The world should be cheating off of her homework. She wouldn't mind either. And i'm learning that. She's a neatly creative chooses. Glaze colors carefully and pottery class and accidentally effortlessly disrupts gender norms. Just by being awesome. Self i could be that i totally let other kids cheat off my homework in school including george. Yep maybe i just want to be a helper. Maybe i'm not meant to be funny or dark. And then my dog died. Yeah so on. Friday the thirteenth in november. Our dear old family dog molly breathed her last. She was nearly sixteen and it was her time a little past. It may be to be honest. We told a lot of horrible jokes over the years various health crises about putting her out of her misery mostly to offend my sweet mother. We'll just drowning in the pool. Start tire to a cinderblock. Know the best way is to just grab her by the hind legs. Give her a good skiing at debt. My mom would to stop or say one of our names like it's a swear word. Get your rise out of an angel of a person is fun but the jokes were also meant to prepare selves for. The fact are cute little dog. What's it going to live forever so it came as a surprise that the news a pretty good will cry out of me. I think until that point. I had been feeling like my brain could no longer process new upsetting information. Bad political news bad pandemic news. Your husband died and other maladies maladies mullaly ladies waiters. Take off your fedora. Dammit okay and other maladies all no match for the inane. Slap happy techno rave going on in my head at all times drowning out the negative and giving me a beat to dan spy day away so i cried then. I laughed with gratitude. That i had feelings again. Thanks molly we met my parents extra property a chunk of acreage in the high desert. Which if i'm honest with myself is probably my destiny. I dream of a tiny house or an earth ship. I ignored this fantasy in the past. Because i consider myself an extrovert. But there's nothing like a pandemic in the us of a whole to make you wanna get away from people. I'm just channeling the zeitgeist here. Oh my god it comes from all of you thank you for. Its rish has surveyed. The my parents gorgeous border collie river helped with the dig dig. Good volleys grave grave. Oh my god yeah. That was hilarious. Our first hole was a bust. My folks picked a spot too close to the base of a mountainous granite boulder. At the rate we were getting into the ground it would take a six hours to bury her deep enough for the coyotes not to eat her bones. Let's just you now. An average greek funeral six hours part one but the second hole went. Well my tiny superman observed until he managed to lie down on red hill and get his widow. Pa bid he is a city dog to my shame once the first aunt bit. Or maybe after flying away the fucker for daring to touch my son. It told all its friends and we had a fun little ant or subplot to the already challenging day. One bit me on the back of my neck. When i brushed past a shrub on my way down to a piece squat flicked it out of my hair and being the paragon of maturity that i am through it in my puddle. I would expect nothing less for me. Anyway i would read ant bites a six out of ten on the food hotness scale of my favorite restaurant or that's spicy heat comes in waves. Oh that'll really get shot anyway. My parents told my partner this story of how molly my dad had been angling hard for a german shepherd and we already had two dogs which was the limit no limit on fish. Which is how you end up with. Thirty fish. Tanks for real happens so my dad practically dove into that pet store just to look by the time we caught up with him as my mom tells it he was in love. Molly was an impulse purchase. To put it bluntly she was a tiny nearly all black sheltie. I kind of think she was half pomeranian. My dad thinks she was a runt and the puppy mill. She must have come from probably. Didn't kill her because of her. Unique coloration man. All the woke people points. We got from adopting our previous dog from the humane society or completely undone her paying for this tiny ill bred furball so my folks got to the point in the story where they said it was all over when we thought of a name for her. Molly i don't know why we liked that name to which my partner replied because you got her at a mall in the decade and a half of having that dog in a family of relentless jokers we never once made that connection about dot once so that did us in. It was standing above a hole in the ground deeper than the alive border collie contained meant for a dead dog inadvertently named after a shopping center. Then i realized something. It's maybe not our main thing but fucked up. Humor is baked into my family culture and by the way her corpse was bigger than a breadbox. Got it can never lost it. Dark comedy can be something to live and breathe and die but maybe for me and for others like me. It's just there when you need it and boy do i need it sometimes so i don't have to feel disingenuous for writing comedy like it somehow not me. It is me in the same way that sinuses sometimes me if not all the time just like joy inside out. I can't constantly squash out the little blue winding wallflower who never has energy to contribute to the group project. Man you had to bring up toxic positively fucking knew it because buck you sound like you're so right. Our letters always tie in together. The to what i mean to say. Sadness has valid observations that ad meeting to our lives my life don't even get me started about how i think my thoughts in plural and have to translate them to singular pronouns for the niro typicals. That is another letter. Sincerely title here by sam site off. It was so beautiful. I was listening to you. Started up and i was thinking i'm not gonna lie. I was thinking sam's gonna break up with me on. The show is going to tell me. I can't do the dark humor. This is our last episode because that would be very dramatic it would. It would be good for your podcast. I want to connect with other people listeners. Who might be like me were. They don't live in breathe dark comedy but they still want to listen and and it still gives them something. So you know yeah. I love how you shared about the differences in using dark humor. Because you're so right. I do live in it and that's a lot for a lot of people that is just kind of what's going on. Not everybody uses star humor in the same way and i love that we can bring that to people and we can connect with other people that feel like we do. You don't like sex. In the city some people are samantha. And some filler are name another sex in the city. Because i've never seen it. I know i don't watch that. I don't know anybody who watches that show so like in the ellwood. Some people are jenny and some people are shame. Alison no that one. Yeah that one we can throw out the names. I don't think either of us could be a shane. I also really interesting. The new l. word that they named it something else. Like a block or something It's just the l word times too. I'm in shane now. I like the arms. I want arms shane. I think i don't know. I can never tell if i want to be shane. Or if i wanna be with shane. I don't think i'd wanna be shane. It doesn't seem very healthy. Oh that's exactly why i want to be with. Shane seems all messed up. Thanks for listening to the show today for more information about this hilarious visit. Death is hilarious dot com to get in touch email. Death is hilarious at gmail dot com. You can support the podcast by simply sharing the show with your friends and on social media you can also support the show by subscribing on your favorite podcast listening app or by becoming a patron at patriot on dot com slash. Death is hilarious combined. Say hi thank you.

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What to read to take your PT career to the next level with Brad Cooper, PT, MSPT, MBA, ATC

PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

27:28 min | 2 years ago

What to read to take your PT career to the next level with Brad Cooper, PT, MSPT, MBA, ATC

"They prepare yourself for a physical therapy conference that will deliver a P._t.. Education hangover of epic proportions because we're going to Las Vegas this October P._t.. pint cast presents the tri-state Physical Therapy Conference October eleventh to a thirteenth in Fabulous Las Vegas Nevada. Maybe three days of learning networking and well probably some good old-fashioned Las vegas-style fun with presentations by a P._T._a.. President Sharon done state Chapter Presidents Chris Powers of California John Hike of Arizona and R._J.. Williams from Nevada with your Keno presentation by Tim Flynn focused talks on telehealth medical marijuana WanNa and motivational interviewing just that's three different talks. We're not mixing medical. Marijuana with telehealth and motivational interviewing will not yet anyway. Tickets are on sale now. Get Yours at P._T.. PODCASTS DOT com one a win your way in enter to win free tickets at P._T.. PINT CAST DOT com the tri-state physical therapy conference October eleventh to the thirteenth what happens in Vegas. Well you know how this ends better than yesterday or simply bet. If we get so caught up in this idea of our best stealth your that Benjamin about quite a bit and frankly that very intimidating for a lot of people they look at that and say well. I can't my best but better like really we can. All these better means. He's a little bit less than just a little bit more that it doesn't mean comparison or some pizza in iron man America it means still ten minute walk. Better is one step away finding ugly. My mission for my life is to help people pine and for soup that other show today is physical therapist Brad Cooper per rats been writing for a periodic tables for years now and I came across the article he wrote in the latest edition of Perspectives Magazine Their Spring Twenty nine thousand nine edition and perspectives is a magazine that puts effort new career professionals. The title was getting a good read on your next steps. He highlighted ten book titles that offer great ideas no matter when they were published. Some of these books are more than a decade old and some are brand new just is loved the suggestions that he had any went into what each book brought him in his career so we take a look at some of those books with Brad Cooper on today's show brought to you by Owens Recovery Science Johnny Oh intimate team at the forefront of creating research search and teaching clinicians how to utilize blood flow restriction rehabilitation training plus. They have the equipment that you need to apply it in clinical practice checkout Johnny Owens and my team when you can because they're trying the globe teaching around the U._S. and around the world with well clinicians clinicians in all the major sports N._C._W._a.. Sports all over the place so checkout Johnny matere online and find out more at Owens Recovery Science Dot Com the best conversations happen at happy hour. Welcome <music> welcome two hours for this is the P._t.. PODCASTS here's your host physical therapist Jimmy Mckay the best conversations happen at happy hour. Welcome two hours on the show. Today is somebody came across in perspectives magazines Aziz been writing formed for awhile along with being a P._t.. And athletic trainer he's got his M._B._A.. He's the founder of catalysts coaching institutes and a whole lot more welcome to the show Brad Cooper Brad Welcome to the program and the reached reached out to you man we we turn the surround quick a lot of times I reach out to guests and we set up Automa- Talk. You know three four five days. Maybe more than a week away but I think I reached out to yesterday. You said let's do it. I like that yet. Your timing was perfect. I'll be on my way to Germany for that my p._H._d.. Researcher for weeks so everything is starting to get back the next week so I'm glad to reach that when you did well way you can't mention P._H._d.. Research and may not ask what's what's your research on. What are we doing our P._H._d.? In or we can do a whole lot sit on <hes> my topics actually mental toughness functional mental toughness and how to apply the things we learned from athlete to real life so for example. We've got to publish so far that one that just came out his house influences your toughest up in and then obviously and everything else so what you're trying to be a a better P._t.. You're trying to be more effective <hes> at Hudson or a dad or an athlete or in school or or anything else mental toughness impacts those things and are we just showed in our research study that sleep impact M._d.. The on the blank I like it will yeah when you're dumbest that what's dial it up again. Look at that we already have to have a follow up so we haven't even done this one year well via the reason I reached out is you've been writing for perspectives magazine for a while but twenty years now and I'd like it. I started getting at once. I graduated in case somebody out. There doesn't know perspectives. Magazine is a supplement to what you get if you're a P._T._A.. Member and you get you get the monthly P._T.. And motion and if you're within your first five years of your career if you're a P._T._A. or a P._T.. You get this other magazine. I don't know I just like reading stuff and see what other people are talking about and and there is go flipping through and I get to page twenty four of this edition and it's called getting a good read on your next steps and I love when someone does the hard work for me and helps bolster my reading lists and that's really what this was. This was ten great suggestions suggestions and then Brad. You made me feel even better because I've read two or three of these. I was like Oh. These are great suggestions that I'm already. I'm already kind of in the club so been writing for for perspectives for awhile what made you do this list yeah exit perspective as you said it's for the the new grads the first five years especially crear and those kinds of things <hes> originally had me writing to speak in motion and this bill occasionally for them and then perspective started whenever they started that magazine then they took all my com or this is probably ten years ago and put it into the book is fifty team published <unk> stretch maximize your professional personal life so that's kind of an easy way to get access to all of them in terms of the booklet we just people asking us all the time so my main job is is running U._S.. Corporate Wellness and the Kennel Coaching Institute as you mentioned and people are booking being coaches or P._T.'s that are winning integrate wellness into their practice or China start a fresh new business or something. He's asking well what books like when I start or in their career they're they're are excited their fresh out of school or they've been doing while burned out and they wanna get that fresh start then. There's a lot experts out then as you said very nicely we went to reinvent the wheel. There's a lot of advisors out there that are available for nine ninety five of them. Emma's right Oh yeah. I think that was what what drove it. I I emailed chronically about what what are your top. Three Direct man. I thought was down on paper like it all right well. Let's let's pick a couple of these number one number two on your list. I think they're there for a reason seven habits of highly effective people and how to win friends at influence people that's Stephen Covey and Dale Carnegie two titles right there that I feel like make make the top ten list for most readers when looking for suggestions Russians for a reason those things they're like the gold standard aren't they. No doubt no doubt I met Stephen Covey spoke back by I I graduated from Washington School of Medicine in ninety one and I think I read. I think Stevens book came out you know that year following until he was very very powerful tool for me getting started. I was about the new husband couple years later for child you know new in my career the P._t.. And that book came at the perfect time to help me get my arms around things and it just gets the direction create in a bid for life like that one I mean if you're looking for things that other people do and I feel like the the idea behind seven habits of highly effective people looking around and what other people who are successful what they do what the similarities are the differences are that's a pretty good for step and then I love how you go into how to win friends and influence people. This book was in my car for years. You know whenever I was waiting for someone or you know. KINDA got delayed. I would just thumb through it because I feel like there. There was a message in every chapter but I do. We had the same thought Brad with the same thought I saw the title and didn't like it either. You said it turns off. Oh I thought terrible embarrassed is the most embarrassed to have it sitting on my desk because people are oh so you're gonNA win right now. You're not going to be a friend. You'RE NOT GONNA act like a friend. You'RE NOT GONNA be grateful for your friends. You're GONNA win them. I just feel the death in the but the content once you get half the title the content wonderful bright yeah. I thought the same thing really was like where we gotTa Win Friends now I thought we could just make friends or or be but RIA friend or be a friend right but but the content you're right really was <hes> was so great net. That's another one with Dale Carnegie. WHO's been around for for a long long time? I've also read who moved my cheese. That was the third one on your list of ten that wants a mid nineties and it just feels like it was made right for watch. Why do you think that Oh man it is timeless isn't it because it was written in the mid nineties that was again? I'll age myself or date myself a little bit here. When I I graduated? It was in the the heyday of e you had a A._C._l.. Efficient and you felt like thirty times you saw him thirty times and and then ninety ninety four ninety five ninety six started changing different states different time line but all of a sudden six maybe and sometimes you got four and so it was shocked or system of what we well we can't do that and so I think we lived it and now he tease them again in a different way and then or a lot of the folks that go to our one vacation. They're the ones that are out there and you remember the storyline that the smart mouth goes working for where it's been moved to instead of sitting there going well. It'll come back and come back and come back and I think that's where a lot of teaser ending up doing things like the one that's coach certification because they're like okay questions Dan different change and I he didn't move so this is an opportunity for me to enhance my field and not just wellness coaching whatever it is they're going into learning about marketing growing their knowledge but going back for an advanced degree. Those are always to pursue the cheat is going versus eighteen. Oh Yeah don't come back yeah. It ain't coming back and I'll date myself to you know the mid nineties was <hes> the heyday of guy by the name a wing well Wayne Gretzky his heyday was from the through the eighties well but he always said skate and that's a great example especially now. It's magnified to those conversations of either. You're an e or or you're a tigger which one are you and their magnified now because the social media and there are people saying Oh this profession healthcare in general it's broken. It's broken. Look sit around and whine about it. All you want or you can go to look where that cheeses and then you're going to be more successful. If you get up off your off your e or but and and go look for it well yeah. Do you want to let people know that you can find out more about a Brad Catalysts coaching institute dot Com you also have a podcast which is the catalyst coaching podcast took a listen to that. You've got a really cool mix of people you bring on your show wide variety of individuals. How did you <hes> decide to start doing this weird thing that that I do which is a podcast and how how do you find and pick where you're going to get to talk to you know I I appreciate you mentioned that the Cadillac Health and Wellness Coaching podcast I think we just recorded our forty fifth episode and it? It's the reason we started. It is because we're in a business. I don't treat patients anymore. I'm still license fee but I don't treat patients nationwide. I said all my time in the wellness world and a wellness world frankly draws really strange people and oddball good and the craziest the headline and people forget about the research and they just like hey. Let's add butter to our coffee healthy. Why so we wanted to have something that was evidence as it would be entertaining but it would help or think about the evidence and so we've had a number of researchers on things like challenge threat and successful aging we had freight athletes <hes> tricky Wellington four time I remember world champion joined us? We had the sleep mission for the Major League Baseball N._B._A. N._F._l.. N._H._L. Join Ah Alex Hutchinson that wasn't on my list at ten but one of my favorite all-time books called endure he joined us. Mathis Gerald is GonNa be on episode here and a couple of weeks so yeah really fortunate. We hit the wellness world. What an evidence based manner? We're trying to eat people from chasing headlines from falling into the fad and have fun and engaging in improving your life and the process P._T.. PODCAST we'll be right back. If you're looking for education past your physical therapy degree look no further than Brooks I._H._l.. That's Brooks Rehabilitation Institute of higher learning you could find out more brooks I h.. L. Dot Org continuing education along with residencies and fellowships residencies in orthopedics geriatrics women's health neurologic P._T.. Pediatrics sports and a fellowship opportunity as well so look into it if you're looking to expand your knowledge base Brooks I._H._l.. Dot Org this is the P._t.. PODCASTS TAT thank. Arias medical staffing and they've been our longtime supporter of the show since the beginning the only reason I work with them as this. They've got a great mission getting to do what they want which is be a physical therapist wherever they want yet travel P._T.. It's a thing and thereby leading expert super easy to work with you. Decide where you want to be a physical therapist short-term assignment long-term assignment listen you WanNa do winters in Colorado and summers at the beach. Yes you can do that so check out what they have to offer their positions in all all fifty states. If you can dream it they can set it up and you'd be a physical therapist where you WanNa work listen. It's your career. You have a license to practice physical therapy. Do that wherever you want a U. R. E. U._S. MEDICAL DOT com. That's the website no obligation just to check out all the possibilities a U.. R. E. U.. S. MEDICAL DOT COM and we're back. Let's get back to the show article drew me and you can why don't want to go through all ten title. We hit three right there. <hes> it's in the the perspectives a magazine that just came out but that Germane to you and of course your bio companies the article you're the founder of Callous Coaching Institute along it said provides the only wellness coach certification to earn the approval of F._S._B.. P._T. Federation to State Boards of physical legal therapy amongst some other accolades the National Association of Nutrition Professionals International Consortium of Health and Wellness Coaching American College Sports Medicine. I feel like this this wellness thing as you just alluded to a minute ago is people grab onto that term and they can throw some strange and weird stuff at it because there's no citations necessary on social media but you're you're dealing with in terms of wellness and your as we alluded to at the top of the show. You're really putting a lot of effort into this wellness thing well. What is it when wellness meets evidence based practice explained that a little bit and then talk about catalyst you know I'm a little bit with the Union I both get it and most of the people listening to this get it because their physical therapist they understand the importance of <music> outcome based therapy not just well? You know I think I'll do today. We don't do that but wellness. That's the thing like Oh yeah. I had this happened to meet. Though that's the interview we take Yetlis and so that that's one of the the business we had for town of coaching. Make sure what we're doing is happening in so we're trying to be that lighthouse warning people oncoming land oncoming land look out and even if they don't chew us for their ones coach certification process at we were adding and we're not gonNA once pushing evidence base. There are a lot of other very good organizations during the same ended just us but that's so key to what's going on here in terms of catalysts itself. We've been very fortunate fortunate. I can't take credit for Zana has done the the heavy lifting on making sure that we're accredited by all these different organizations and the empathy P._t.. As you mentioned the Federation State Board Physical Therapists have very very high standard but having come from that background and seeing the need for that and then thanks very involved in the profession still on the Animal Valtin years ago it was talking about how do we help P._T.'s integrate wellness but if you TA <hes> we had an Oxford debate at one of the national meetings about four five years ago about that that was a lot of fun a lot of humor but a lot of truth to it to about the need for starts effectively adopting this one of the really interesting things we've seen with. P._T.'s and I'm definitely guilty of this is we're. We're used to be in the expert. We're evaluating treat. That's been are calling Carter for our careers our entire cruise you come to me all about you at you and then I'll tweet I'll give you the answer and what you learn. The longest coach is you. Don't leave your t at over. You don't have to say oh. I don't know anything you don't ignore your Knowledge Base but it's coaching you learn draw out of that person what matters most of them are the real simple example on how you can this some of the things that we teach in the certification to to enhance your P. Practice <hes> Home Exercise Program we almost joke about in our professions. How little people do their home exercise Yep now? I gave it to him but I know they're not GonNa do it. Well so when we talked to people trying to encourage them the natural response by most of us. At least I felt guilty to this is if I were to ask a patient what's the likelihood that you're going to your home exit one to ten and and they say well my natural response because I think they're supposed to be motivated so I might a fixed line to the six thousand nine. I thought he wanted to get better. I don't actually say out loud but that's what point to my head. 'cause I say some portion of that I if I say something like six and kind of disappointed six then they'll respond with all the reasons why it's not seven eight nine and they'll actually who themselves down but make themselves less likely to do it on the other hand years one of the ones coaching skills and I interested six why six and not a three well now they going and they say well because I really WanNa get better and I think I could do this on Wednesday nights and and Saturday mornings and you know I spend do so now they seem on fan so just by responding differently changing the question from why aren't you better to why'd you decided that instead of down here now they convinced themselves of the value importance and how they're GonNa do it and you move to dial and so a lot of P._T.'s certification simply because they're sticking the same old back course the same on the road for they want something fresh others WanNa do it on the side of the side business others. They're thinking about moving into a Self Pay Plan and wellness coaching is a great way to start to integrate into your practice and build on that so a lot of different reasons but it's a lot of fun to see an action. I love that I love that that just little great example and it seems like you know wellness really is hand in hand with physical therapy practice and and its application as you just as you just exhibit right there Yeah Love It more Information Catalysts Coaching Institute Dot Com and of course the podcast right now was <hes> catalysts health and wellness coaching podcast. You could find that on itunes and we're quality podcasts are found again mentioned the getting a good read on your next steps. That's in the the latest edition of Perspectives Ready Ready for three questions. This is something we throw it. All of our guests dude. I'm the hot seat with three questions on the podcast art. 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MEDICAL DOT COM first question's aware question if you could go anywhere in the fifty U._S. states and do whatever it is that you do coach well wellness host podcast where someone in the fifty states you wouldn't mind spending a short-term assignment like thirteen weeks you know we had a cool opportunity a couple of years ago to compete in the race across America by that we raised from oceanside California to Annapolis Maryland so I can tell you where I wouldn't want to go basis some of the heat and lightning storms arms and win that we had you know I I don't know there would be a emperor assignment here but my wife surprise me with a real quick in and out three three day in a way to Carmel California years ago when I had a foot injury and she needs to give me sparked and and moving again and I just remember that was not a great great time so I guess if you put me on the spot I go without one. All right sounds good well positions in all fifty states from our E._S.. <hes> checkout what's available now at a you are a U._S.. Medical Dot Com. I want to thank those guys for having us out next conference at their booth second. Question is ironically a question similar to what you just wrote about. I always ask my guest. What's something you've read watched listened to recently that really inspired you this? Let's our our listeners kind of bolster their reading or download list. You know I the one I'm got about thirty pages. The Left in David Epstein range yet about two weeks ago. We're going to advance copy <hes> we're going to be interviewing him on a podcast here here in about two weeks and antastic. It's basically the opposite of Malcolm clouded wells outlier so glad well took the concept of the ten thousand our rule purposeful practice and put a lot of energy and emphasis listen and knowledge behind that it's a great read his Buddy David Epstein the two of them were having a debate on stage and David taking the the con side he was standing or no rain just better instead of being focused in that area. It's better to have ranged long-term. The focus gets you head short-term the range get your long term and has more overall value and he is a wonderful writer. He's used to sports illustrated and also wrote the sports gene so super excited have him on a couple of weeks in that book is outstanding in writing that down right now. Take a listen to your podcast when you have him on there yeah. He's a great writer looking forward to read now in third question on three questions from Arias is <hes> about who who someone else in the field of physical therapy or or the wellness world told you get to live in that the audience should know more about you know the first person in the peachy world the two people that come to mind for me that had the biggest influence children as a wash U. Grad. She's a g he is wash you. You know that's why people used to go there probably still do she brought so much tiller profession so if you don't know about Shirley get to know Shirley and she's such weight person. That's the other cool thing to not one of these high and mighty. Oh I'm Shirley arms cheers down to earth and I you know I wrote a different book of a few years ago and see little blurb for Miami. She just super nice person in in addition to being a genius so she that'd be the first one that comes to mind and pears yeah you got Stanley is a character you know he's done all these crazy things but he's also influenced profession dramatically and so if you don't know Family Alabama Lovett yeah fortunate enough to be able to talk to both of those individuals on the show and you're you're dead on earth both of those assessments great people and have done a ton for this profession and still love to talk about all right. You're off the hot. You don't have to worry about three questions anymore. That's from our friends again and archaeological staffing positions of all over the U._S. short-term long-term do what you want to do where you want to do it online at a you are a U._S.. Medical Dot Com are the last thing we do on the show Brad. Is your parting shot. This says the parting shots the parting shot is brought to you by rock tape more than just a tape company rock tape is a movement company tools and education for medical professionals. If you look at it help your patients go stronger longer checkout rock tape dot com. What's one thing you'd want to leave the audience with one sentiment as you of course board a plane for Germany to go talk about your P._H._d.? What's the thing you WANNA leave? I'll give you choice that you can pick your your favorite. They're both the same thing either the strays better than yesterday or simply better we get so caught up in this idea of our best self enclosed Best Delta here that Benjamin about quite a bit it and and frankly that's very committed a lot of people they look at that and say well. I can't be my best but better better like really we can all better than just means improve my lunch by one thing. It doesn't mean I have to eat you know salad with salmon every day. It means I a little bit less than just a little bit more that it doesn't mean bill going honored competing in iron man or rates across America. It means go for ten minute lock if you haven't been doing better is one step away so I think my I I'll be my mission for my life is to help people find and pursue that well armored run out the room right now and be better right now brad already thinking rubbing off on me. I like it aw find out more catalysts coaching institute DOT COM. That's where you can connect with Brad Organization and take a listen Chrissy Wellington. She was somebody I got. I was glad enough to have on this show as well. She's she's on that Hitless but a Lotta Great <hes> people that talked to Catalyst Health and wellness coaching podcast on itunes and wherever podcasts can be heard. Hey Good luck in Germany definitely want to reconnect after the P._H._d.. And we can dig more into that once you once you've completed good me on the pine. CAST is a product of P._T.. 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Ep 34  Radical hospitality with Krish Kandiah

Together Podcast | A conversation about faith, justice and how to change the world

30:31 min | 1 year ago

Ep 34 Radical hospitality with Krish Kandiah

"The Feed in the five thousand when he came in disguise someone that was hungry, thirsty, the stranger and Nike. Anything. Wow how we treat other people how we treat the phone. Is the indicate of with. We're reading the Kingdom of. Welcome to the together podcast conversation about faith justice, and how to change the world. I'm dying in today I'm joined by CAP and Chris. And we also have a very special guest. lizzy is joining us today, Lizzie. Thank you. Yeah, so you guys might recognize MRIs voice from some stuff. She's been doing for us on instagram. But she's part of the community, and she's been helping us out little bits of content and say. We thought we'd invite this morning to be part of the together Podcast, which is the pinnacle of everything that we take riot? Yeah always hiring a seen as like a scene. Is this episode? Donald? Well. Exactly exactly. Great so at today on this episode we'll be hearing from the founding director of home for Good Krish Kandiah his charity to find a loving home for every child in the caste system. To us about the biblical hospitality, and why he thinks orphanages should be abolished, but before we hear from him, it's time for cats questions. Yeah. Having Some. We had some complaints about the question largely. Internal? I feel like I've got an even more pressure now to. Make this great compound. Done. Why don't you let us know because it was from? I was just wondering. anyways. So today's question is around beaches. I went to the beach on Sunday on Saturday, which was great, it was fun on. This question was actually asked by our listeners. And they asked. Would you prefer a Stony beach or a sandy? Beach? I saw as a solid question. I have strong opinions about this I'm excited to hails I mean Oh. My heightened for a sandy beach like why we the why would I want like on even ground offensive, the Soza, my beautiful free. One hundred percent relate to that so I I live in Eastbourne's I'm lucky enough to live by the beach and is a Stone Beach Pebble Beach, and for the same reason Chris I'm going to say I sand. Because along with yeah, why would somebody? Why would somebody choose to walk over pebbles? A which is the equivalent of walking over one hundred meters of leg i. Why would why would somebody find that an appealing concept? I mean I love H. we have beach as well the time, but the pain is real. So I'M GONNA. Go for sound. Well. Let me, see what did you think? I'm not sure quite conflicted. Because I'll tell you what I live in Bryson similar to Dan. But like the cool area of the south coast. Insurance for. The coolest place up the over sixty. s In, then you. Yeah but I when you, you have so much more or less administration you signed you go to get out of literally everything you take with you to the Beach The stones are just like. The easy option really. Even if they are that peak I would actually agree I hate son, it's. Things die will. Think August. Hate it. I don't know why been created a will question about this. But. I just can't stand. It gets everywhere a senior half about month on the beach. It's go wash your hair cut. You just. Just can't get out low. You have to wash it so many times for the sand to get out. Fun Not Fun. On for stance, this is interesting. I want to know if this is like. Is this agenda split thing like because Donald both gone sand. I wonder if this. is because of the entire entire world. Think this way. Maybe the souls of men's feet a much more. Say The signing option disappears. Say Much worse than us. Hatred for for Santa. Think a little too far. Moments when you have like a picnic on the beach, and then you just kind of bite into a sandwich, and then you realize there's a bit sand. That's probably a up there with walking over jacket. Stones in in Thessaly was thinking in my mind right now. Eating something and it's just. And then I feel like you still find in places like it's in your bag for another month, It's if you have a phone case inside your phone. Kyi and Just, not it's just not the one. Assigned is like the natural Blair of the world. Soon as you open that. That's the deepest thing I've heard today. We need to test that gender divide the cap, maybe stories, Sandal or pebbles, and just see if you do a Paul what comes out on both sides, but guys leszno visit. We are terrified on instagram. If we can find someone who hates sand as much as care. That would be interesting to see what we can do. Thank you cap for this week's question, so if you're listening at home, and you want to submit your own question or give us your feedback about beaches, then do head to take instagram and leave us a message, but now let's listen to the interview with crush. Chris Candido I'm the founding director of a charity called home. Forget we cease to find a loving home for every child in the system as a beautiful message, one that I really liked resonate with as a former youth worker. Great Seen Low Jordan. WHO THE CARE SYSTEM! How did you end up in this direction? Well my wife and I. We had three children in three years and. Contributed to population growth that was it and my wife has just the biggest compassionate heart, and felt cooled that we had more love to give to kids that needed it always a little bit slow on the uptake. Some friends of ours in the sixties became foster cares, and also genuinely it was reading. The Bible God has so much to say about vulnerable people, and particularly. When you read it in the Bible's language, it talks about the often and the widow. And twiddle found in the Old Testament really means a child not able to live under the care of their father Patriarchal Society that if you didn't have a father in your life, you incredibly vulnerable. There was no social services. There was no caste system and so am. My translation of what that means today's kids, that can't live with their families, and in the UK that's because of neglect or abuse, and therefore they need an alternative family to live with so always convinced. It's always slow on the uptake competitive. My wife powers convinced in the end. We've been foster in and adopting now for fouteen years. Yeah, so you talk about this biblical like mandate over it really? Is that that you connected to against? Did you already have an understanding of of of justice? Yeah, well, that's interesting. I should have done always teaching theology. A confessional Collagen Oxford I'm focuses mainly evangelism and apologetic. Mission and to be honest. It was the experience of becoming a foster parent. Adoptive parents enlarged my understanding of justice. Often considered justice to be something that you did on the side. Evangelism is really important and justice well economize a little bit, and it's good to give a percentage of your time your energy to doing it year, but the more we go into the mall that opened up the bottle for us. How often does that way it, isn't it the your experience helps you to see things that you hadn't seen in the Bible Bu. Annoy then began to realize that actually seeking justices essential part of the Christian faith. And not just a bolt on extra. Just an also ran with avengers, but part of what goes calling is for all of us. And that really changing so me, Mazen. I saw in your tedtalk. You posed the question. Can Hospitality change the world? Was the also. So wanted to was designed primarily for a secular audience, actually showing how in economy more polarized world. We're living with people that are really sorry. Britain has left the European. Union really devastated that. Britain has left the European look in America and it's. Pro Trump, or anti trump, and there's very little in between hospitality up another space where you can be welcomed whoever you are. Wherever believed, where have you done and is as we welcome people into our lives, we build empathy and empathy means that we understand where other people talk. And that allows compensation, and we model enough why bean, but from a Christian perspective I think is even more profound so many times in the Bible a book about his Co., go stranger so many times in the Bible gold turns up. Unannounced disguise so I think at the classics time when. Abraham is in his ten three visitors come. and Abraham's begging them to come, and so at the table and I'll just a morsel of food and a little bit of drink. Can you know just just do the owner of coming in? Be My guest, and as far as we can tell from the Bible, passage in Genesis Abraham didn't mean you know who these businesses were. and. He treats them like royalty soon as I say yes, he's killed a car. which is a lot of me. Free people and you his lavished. Everything he can is open and available for them. And so later on, it becomes clear that this is a manifestation of God whether it's got the trinity turning up. His three people or Gordon to angels is unclear as well. But Abraham did not need to be embarrassed about how he treated. God, because Ev revisits in house. He treated as royalty or even divinity in some way. And that idea is not just genesis eighteen is. It's woven throughout the Bible. And you know one of the clearest ways that gets worked. How is in Matthew Twenty Five? When Jesus says the determining factor of whether we are in the kingdom or no. is how we responded to Jesus, not when he came into his glory, not what he was walking on water or feeding the five thousand, but when he came in disguise someone that was hungry, thirsty, a stranger and naked anything. Wow, how we treat other people how we treat the vulnerable. Is the indicator of whether we're really in the kingdom. Yeah, so this isn't about on extra. For certain people. Hospitalised is the defining feature of what it means to be Christians. And often that really challenging you. As a big China engine I see the church continually having to rise to that China engine, of course like some churches in great, the area of wherever was the obstructions to? By having this disgraced sense of hospitality church, yeah, well, the short answer is phobia. Xenophobia means fear of the stranger. We built that up politically. We built a whole massive question about. About who's welcoming, who is in? The lady on Question Time, saying, we should buy an old immigration completely. Do we want these people who don't speak our language? Don't share our coaches here draining away all the resources. That the complete opposite of the Bible's idea, we're supposed to love the strategy Cudi xenophilia and Phobia And that's the bit supposed to Marcus Allen, and we still it and children from young stranger danger. We talk about. And the sad thing is distantly. You're more likely to be abused or hurt by someone you know. And that's you know we've got to figure out. How we are responsible as Children to be appropriate with other adults, but if we create this couch with a stranger, the other is to be feared and. Rejected, this is absolutely counter to what Bob was asking us to do, so I think. I think in a me. Why did not want to do? Fostering option is because our problem. It's is kids in care. They were troublemakers were difficult. They would just not worth the hassle. There're burden, and instead on HBO, to see the other person as precious go. Intrinsic value digs worth the other person's gold gift to us. Yeah a gift to be celebrating received. That's great. How how do we do that? With a global perspective when I think of hospitality various very much like welcome in. Yes, but if you're in a side of the world how I'm going to hospitals, yeah. Well. That's an important question I think sometimes when people think about justice, only mean somewhere around the world somewhere where I don't really have to get more hands somewhere can just chuck money appropriate, and that's the solution. And I think that can just be away excusing yourselves from doing it and. You know. One level. The parable of the Good Samaritan. You've got these boys who are on their way back from Jerusalem Malate, being doing the religious service, but there's no grace shown mercy. Someone asks you come across. So what kind of religion is that Jesus? So I think. There's two bits to this I think that is always got to be a local manifestation. In Jesus is come in I was a stranger always hungry, obviously as the what did you do? You welcomed me in. What You provided for me, that's that sounds less like institutional and structural. Change Your House very personal. Yeah, you don't have to be educated, you know. Let's go to university to be able to do that. You'd have to be wealthy to that. You don't mean that's on your home to do those things go. This is an incredibly open thing that any of US could do. Yeah, we've got some food. If you've got some shelter, if we've got some drink those things that we can share with other people's. Right ably open. But I think when it comes to the global and I'm passionate about in the global. Sometimes our approach is being I. Know The solution to the problem go. And are just GONNA. Come in and drop my solution on you and run away again. And and it's almost like a Funny Weasel mission when we go. And get involved in a military conflict so-called who missions you know, we'll go drop bombs on people and then fly back home again and sometimes we do that with aid. We're going to draw right on your money. It's not what you want at friends. That were sending stuff to the Calais jungle when. Refugee crisis was an it's. Taking it in their lofts, attics, dumping it in Kelly's people, sending wedding dresses and Records and Hang, on most of these on a teenage boys. Some between sixteen and knowing. What do they need your old wedding dress? That's just not appropriate help. Yeah, so I think hospitality just means in global. Having the spice to hear what people actually want and need. And allowing them to be part of the solution rather than me. Decision Yeah. That's incredible. I think, and it's really it's really encouraging, because obviously speaking yourself and of justice. Conference so I may people doing great things? And I'm to you and be like okay well how you'll do the collide. Allies like you said everyone can do. This is not a have to be either after fly over the overseas. Yes actually and so in where you are. How do you how the navigate? Hearing what people need as opposed to giving them what you want them to? Well I mean a big pop now is trying to help Christians rethink their support roof inches so again. Well meaning people think on I will spend some playing with orphans in an orphanage in. Africa or South America or somewhere. And he won't. That sounds like what you need to do. What Lane needs to receive? A latte from Thailand. He was deaf and living off nation up, because as far as Aqaba cow it lost his parents, but because his disability stigmatized him, so I'm the orphanage was actually accelerating him being separated from his family. And I heard that it had five hundred different people visit him. In the orphanage well and look. He's already doing the true, not living with his family is the tool move? Rejection. And broken attachment of that brings, and then someone pops up one day plays with him for an afternoon and then Sophie in year. That person going to help probably felt really good about it made him small whatever? Bachelor the your helping her in. It gave him another broken relationship and other rejection. Five Hundred Times that happened. And so. Part of us is thinking. Okay, let ourselves. In the shoes of the people who are trying to help what do they really need? She disempowering them boy. And helping yeah, what is the way that I can actually empower them rather than disempowered him? Those questions we need to yeah, that's really an I guess on the same subject. What have you learned from full? Time like you said it was very much. Hope you, but have you felt like you've been helped? Oh, definitely, I think. There's a little let. The came to live with US eight. A refugee to the Had it been a really horrific kind of domestic violence situation he stopped was in prison. Because of what happened. Is Mum was a women's refuge and I was expecting him to be really withdraw, and you know just I was expecting it to be difficult. had Roy. You get dropped off our house and he's just full of life and energy. And decides, he wants to teach me all the moves and all the words to moves like Jagger Bon. and. Hopefully increasing that don't. To be a little bit cool I'm not sure it is. Just a the willingness to be able to hear where he's coming from the way he's been through, and yet still having resilience zest for life. You know I'm in order of a little boy that can do that. When often get really annoyed with something? This happened work was going on. Catastrophes and suddenly molloy's rubbish. Misled a very different approach to life. Me To learn from that. How do I get that same kind of? Joy, excitement and passion, even in the middle of rubbish on. Good you describe yourself as entrepreneurial leader Could you expand that means and how that plays into the work that you do yeah well. It's a long word in that he. I guess I. I'm quite on ideas focused creativity focused. A Lloyd trying to solve problems allied trying to figure out how particularly the church in the wider faith community can bring. All the skills and gifts they got to serve national. Problems. And so the idea do I'm. Forget is trying to work with the government whichever party that ends up being. Government Scott in the end kind of cool parenting responsibility for every child in the cases. And I feel was a Christian and as a member of the Church that we've been given a mandate and a cool to care for vulnerable children. Are Cooling. Should make us better citizens to help the government with responsibility. And if I can help design a better way of doing that. Than that's hopefully me being a social entrepreneur. and. It's pretty sizing. We're in the middle of a big project at the moment where no one's done this before. We we've. Philanthropists from Boston. Who's sponsoring work in the UK to help the government find? CARE is for companies. I'm taking children and we've designed to program where. The. US, sponsor is paying for the recruitment, which is good, still the assessment which is the local authorities joke. And the support beyond placement, and no one's ever done that before. No one's ever brought in external philanthropy, local government and faith community together to solve a problem. And if we crack it? Twenty spaces if we can find. Cares then. We know that other groups are looking on including government department. Saying well look you did for twenty years. She scaled yeah. Has Brilliant isn't that we get to be. Doing won't go coolest city doom. A nation needs help him vulnerable children. Everyone wins out. Yeah, it's interesting when you talk about it because it has that pioneering edge also. Is when you describe it is. It also doesn't sound Orca science it's. Very much like you'll get this yoga this I'm good at this and it's just. How important is collaboration for you? He's really important so often. Particularly the cheers we feel we've got to replicate what would easiest. Rather than collaborate so. Often, running parallel systems. You. Them over with mainstream media sometimes Christians feel like we've got a crash media. All. That we a friend of Mine Andy. Crowds describes how price to coach is often that we copy the culture. So there's youtube and then there was. Really you know. What can you just better to youtube and then bring the Christian prison? Say really need to separate getaways approach to what we do in what we bring all best into the whitest fear. So I think collaboration is. Really good opportunity. You're not W. we don't waste and resources hiding. Under a Bushel was Jesus was. Being so enlightened the community in the communities blessed and got his own it and someone listening. He's hearing this I. Think! I Have A. Entrepreneurial Skills within me. I like to work with others were. Would you give them Johnny? Oh give me a shout looking for more people. I think. Before we started home. If you could be a long time in research, if anyone was out there, already doing the fostering and adoption church pace. We didn't WANNA. Start a new organization you. Why reinvent the wheel? We collaborated so I would have a look. You know if if you have a great idea. Look to see if anyone else's done already. if you can, what with them If you've got an idea for a new charity, well I think probably too. Many charities just have a look sing cases someone out there that you could Paul wave working or join bring day with you and actually a lot hassles up a charity, and if we ended up with loads of charities all doing the same stuff as I, she a waste of Resource Vogue fundraise will have HR policies. We'll go. Wherever is. If you don't need to create. So. Think, do the research I. He's out there. Trying get to do it, and if they win one and you think he goes something else. That's unique, then, maybe excuse. Say. It was great to hear from Chris there. Guys. What point stood out to you most? yeah, I I love when he was talking about Matthew. Twenty five and actually sharing on wall actually means for us to follow Jesus and actually our response to this. Isn't that only and the most important thing. That we can do actually it's a response to the mice, one rebel, and how we treat them so speaking about you know people would treat Jesus in a different light. But what would they do if they saw Jesus didn't know that it was Jesus on the on the ground, injured and I. Guess we'll can about the whole store of this Martin. And what would you do in that situation? And I think it goes into another point that he mentioned is. That hospitality is. Should be within us as Christians that we we should be the ones out there. We should one be inviting people in who also. Really looking for people. Rather than US given A. One size fits all solution because I think pops. Hospitality is to welcome not in Robin. Give this thing that I think is the best va bachelor is like. It's a community sense like I feel for me. Let's. Community safe where our community than we care about the other person inviting. And so we want to know. What they great as as well I didn't. Like coincidence to do especially in light of semi conversations come up recently about like white savior mentality decline your mindset. Yes to whether what we're doing is actually helpful for both the people and the planet in the long term. Interest in the. Book, recently called when helping hut at and if you guys have heard of it. Have you. Have you read it? Have Red light half of it. Do you pay is a native Olias like it kind of took it out of me physically and emotionally. But, yeah, it's so interesting like the whole of it is like good intentions and not good enough. I think in terms of the charity development sector we. Sometimes think that like good intentions or enough because they are. We feel like we're capable. We have the capacity to give. And we don't often look to the long-term to whether. People actually benefiting from this weather, all reputational status as a charter organization is. Potentially benefit more. So I guess from a personal perspective I did the classic like got kissing before I went to university and I. Looking back to some things I wouldn't do because a half that. Kind of mindset of this is actually good in the long term like Chris mentioned during my agent stuff see i. think good attention, all great but January that not enough to go on, and you need some kind of foundations as to why you're doing it Djing four, and who's going to benefit in the long run and I think in terms of awe like Western perspective, we think. Things can happen pretty quickly because we used to. Such a consumerist culture and everything is on top basically, but in other cultures blushed worked like. It takes years if not decades to make actual living change and I think we have to reframe all mindsets in terms of. The pretending to be a part of the solution, but we might be very minimal all short-term, whereas the people actually going to bring about change of of that for the food, and yet to privilege to of it, but we need to take the attention off ourselves and onto the people. That are going to make them time. Change the show and I think that speaks. About what you're saying about? what he was saying about kind of finding. Charities and services and stuff that already exist I like you feel like you have to create something new would a time, and maybe she the best thing like you said it's to see who is in that in that community. He's already do not work and collaborate with them and. The process of collaboration is very. Underrated especially in like. In this'll like twenty twenty. Like mentality of at once, you're inside hostile wherever. Ones goes up. Themselves yeah, shelby can be something that we can share with other people, and we can get involved with and build community and build vision together. Great Lakes of really good points to think about the thank you everyone for listening. You'll be back again on the third of August with another episode. If you love what you here today that make sure you hit, subscribe and follow us on Instagram at. and.

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