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Meghan and Kate, Reunited

In The Limelight

33:11 min | 1 year ago

Meghan and Kate, Reunited

"Hello and welcome to in the limelight. Fanfares entertainment, pop culture podcast. I'm dusty Baath. Andy, I senior writer, and I'm here with Julie Miller. Andy Kerr senior Hollywood writer. I mean, the limelight. We analyzed the incidents of pop culture entertainment and celebrity from the past week from the crash ins to Kate Middleton and everything in between on this week's episode. We have so much Royal news to get into we last week where off an all sorts of places, we're actually gonna talk a little bit about where I was because it is relevant to our topics today, but we have so much to dig into Megan Kate, you actually had two appearances together since we last recorded and Meghan as so many of you messaged us had another departure within her staff, which we are obviously very excited to talk about as well. So let's dig into this. Let's dig into this. Josh first, let's get into London. Now. This is my first time talking to Josh since he got back, and I'm so curious whether you spotted any royals went to any kind of landmarks Meghan Markle landmarks, how was the trip? Yes. So. I was in London for few days. I remember, I think I texted you Julie like the day before I was leaving realizing I needed to make sure I paid some respect to Meghan while I was there. I did a few coarse kind of searches. It's hard to know, exactly. How to honor her I feel like in London? I am pretty happy with what I did though. Which is the first night. I was there. I went to dinner at let me make sure I have the name of the restaurant, right? Buco to Lupo is the name of it. And it is known to be one of her favourite London restaurants, and it is on a bunch of the list of like Meghan Markle's London Hans, and it's kind of like a talion sort of a little fancier, but I wouldn't say like out of control, but very like fresh foods, very small portions the order a lot of things, and they said, she makes secret covert, ROY. Runs to get food there. So I kind of had a weird premonition that it was gonna work out. Well, for me because it was the same day the same day she made that I think it was the day. She was like one of the vans. She's been to Sony events the past couple of weeks. But there was a an did first time she in Kate went to the same thing. And it was like a daytime event. So it's kind of imagining the Cheddi get all dressed up for like, a noontime van all the royals were there. The Queen was there at the palace, and that she was going to turn to Harry after and say, let's just go to Boca like get some food. Like, we'll go early. So people won't really be around. So I went for five thirty reservation because that's all I could get a off. And I sat at the bar, and there was no sign of her. But so the story this is like a letdown of an ending dodge. I kind of like a casing the joint sort of scenario. I think the waitress thought I was insane. I will say the food was great. I could imagine her going there. But I did not see her. I have to say when I got this text message from Josh I'm this took the name of the restaurant for Buca Pepo that like talion Shane restaurant where I think I went to homecoming dinner like back in kits Berg, and I was very confused. I was like that's Megan's favorite restaurant in London this chain. But how was the decor inside? It seem very Meghan. It did it seemed especially. Oh, yes. Well, see. So I just typed in the name of the restaurant on all the top things that come out if you used to follow Mark on Instagram, you know, she loves the talian food and all Italy, Boca DeLuca the restaurant. He frequented London before she was a Royal. And according to L U K rumor how. That she still dines. They're secretly the restaurant. Also happens to be one of the best Italian restaurants in the whole city. So it's not shocking. She's still returns. I took a photo of my appetizer. Not really sure. Planned to do with that photo. I didn't post it to Meghan Meghan. I tried to take it. I mean Tex to Julie now, and we'll get a live reaction. I felt like that. I framed it in the way, I thought Meghan would a framed it back in her days of posting. It was delicious. It was like a spaghetti carbonara sort of like little appetizer portion. Yeah, I think it definitely seemed like her. It was all very. Everything was like, a very whim wasn't whimsical per se. But it was very like homespun. It didn't feel like super fancy like you had to kind of be on on guard sort of you know, what I mean? It was more like you could relax a little. But it was still very nice. Okay. Just sent you that ties there that is such perfect Meghan Markle framing because it's it's ki- isn't doesn't have the complete bird's eye view, which I think is not cool. It's very chic. It's exactly and it looks like you had some sort of glass of wine in front of you. This is perfect Meghan. Classic meghan. And that does look delicious e- so proud, Josh. And so touched that you made that tell them to one of her favorite. I know. And I was only in London I short period of time. I did see a few other sort of memorabilia, there was a lot of if you notice that whenever you went into kind of like an airport shop or any sort of like tourist little hot kind of thing. Always had some sort of Megan Harry memorabilia there I was going to buy a mug, but it was too difficult. I went to Barscelona 's well before he came back, and I just couldn't figure out how to get everything along. But I should have this happened sort of I think like right was us about to fly to London. The another aid has left now makes it for or third. This is the third right? No. This is the will force employee. There was also one security. But I love how this timing lined up. Like this announcement comes in just as you're on a plane into London. It's like it's like you almost new somehow, and you were headed there hope with some sort of resume and hands. But it was reported that another staffer Megan's assistant private secretary, Amy pickerel is leaving her role Kensington Palace. A source told bizarre dot com Amy's leaving after the arrival of Meghan, Harry's. Baby duchess will be very sad to see her go, but is excited for her as Amy as exciting plans ahead, including spending some time broad go. Amy. I love the Amy's going to do a little eat. Pray love for herself. Amy had originally wanted to what Meghan would want to do. I feel like like the freedom to travel. Almost adding insult to injury rates. So back to the statement from the palace Amy had originally plan on staying until at least the end of the year, but with the baby coming it makes sense to help recruit someone now who can pick up when the duchess returns to her official work. They will definitely stay in touch and Amy will be on hand for any advice and help that is needed in the future. I love that a source told people that the two were very close in the split was very amicable. I have so many questions about like the nature of their relationship. And what constitutes closeness between the Justice and then aid? It's also interesting because I hadn't read the statement until just the full statementl. Now, they they really went overboard cook. Because maybe I guess because of the previous departures to make the sound extremely friendly. Like, I just feel like I can already feel I can see the kind of PR summit that happened before this people the story went out because I feel like they definitely want you to think that like Meghan was like by girl like, you know, like was so happy for her to leave giving her recommendations or where to go on her eat, pray love trip or something very very serious to me because if fourth person fourth Megan staffer was putting in her notice, don't you think that the palace would have offered her like some sort of raise or entice? Sment to stay just that they didn't have to deal with another rumor of a department. Hi, this is like a high profile one and one that if Meghan really did like her. You would think it'd be a really sad like stressful one to leave? Yeah. She's there's so much transition. She's had in the past year between her new Royal role now moving and having the baby surprise, they were like, we'll give you a TR on the on the DL or something. Sweden the deal for of what if I had gone and just showed up at the palace. Like addition for the replacement job. That is the hallmark movie. I want a need in my life being on the plane. I mean, honestly thinking about it. It's such a missed opportunity of my part part me on the plane. Amy pickerel the signing leaves now is like no aids. Like, no one in her office me showing clipboard with banana, a loaf of banana bread. Like all different. My -application written out on a banana, the banana message handed over to Meghan. Stand at the palace until I get an audience with them. Nice flowers. Maybe I feel like in some ways you did apply to the universe that you went to the rescue. I had this feeling in my, you know, bones that Megan was gonna meet me there for the job interview. Well, maybe she was tied up. Maybe like the first act break you find out there was some miscommunication. And she was there on the wrong time. Maybe that's also, you know, these people are all wear the narratives that like Amy must have known what her leaving was gonna look like to. I like to think that Amy went in there, and she had a negotiation. Maybe she asked him to double her sound. She didn't expect them to let go she put on her working woman suit. And was just ready to like, make her requests and Lasko for broke. Why shouldn't she? And then they they decided they weren't willing to play ball. I guess that's the narrative. I I also I also love that source told the daily meal that Amy's departure is very sad for her colleagues as she is really a really popular member of staff. I'm so curious what the interior. Politics looks like inside the palace, and what makes her popular with the other staff members is it that she's like hilarious. She brings in brownies every Friday, she cooked herself as she the first one to organize like drinks out. What do you think high feeling does a very interesting you've mentioned something like this before? But like reality show to be had about the the staff for the Sussex is like there's so much drama clearly with this day today circus, and I feel yes, it sounds like people really liked her. I don't know, man. So she, of course, join Samantha Cohen and leaving wants Harry Megan's baby is born. I love us weekly. Like people was very diplomatic. As was Harper's about not kind of naming the body count since Megan's become the duchess, but us weekly did not refrain very much pointed out that it was the fourth Megan person to flee its. Seems curious to me also that every single departing aid has been named first. And last name aside from the spotty guards that we are Josh. Or does that also because we all remember Melissa gate, and that one was weird because we knew there was a departure than it was Melissa. Then I think we got the last name then this one the second one Samantha the panther. Guess we knew right away. Yeah. It does feel like now, and then this would fell, but that one was a little weird too. I feel like they weren't quite ahead of the narrative. I feel like it came out. Samantha Colin was leaving this one felt like they were ready to try to control it fully, right? Exactly. They have the information which is, but I don't really know if it necessarily softens that so much the narrative if there was some sort of movie about all these ex as like meeting up at some sort of Greek islands like mama Mia style. Yelich I one club or something. Also, also, what do they all do next? Like, I'm curious. I need the follow up in one year. Like, I need to know what Melissa Samantha now Eimi are all going to be doing and their next jobs. Like, where do you go from this? I soon they all sign NDA's or something. I mean, I can write books or anything. But like, I just feel they almost have these crazy stories the three of them. Yeah. Agreed. The three of them must wanna just I feel like that group tax between the three of them must be the most like fun group text there is so they can all actually like talk about what's going on for real. I know if anyone has any information on the these women where they are now their whereabouts or just maybe very affordable PI that Josh. And I could hire that'd be very much appreciated. And obviously if you're familiar with any of the three of them in college friends, maybe with Amy let us know. Let us know Melissa enough time has passed you can just come on the show. I feel like no we'll once they announced Amy's exit people s weekly pulled up all these photos because she was always in the photos right next to Megan whenever she was coming in now the events in poor Megan was like smiling, but poor Amy looked so stressed like I really think she needs that that abroad trip. It's a stressful job. I'm sure. We all want to do the right thing to keep our bodies healthy in the long run. 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I know as well as nonprofit executives Angeline mir-mira, Chris and Jarrett and Julia Gerrard they all discussed women's challenges and their hopes for the future before it began the charities Twitter account announced that Megan had been named vice president her husband Prince, Harry was named the president of the organization last April. So this all seems very I don't know by the book, maybe like nothing it doesn't sound like the sexiest of events. But boy did Megan deliver on the wild quotes, the panel, chairwoman and mckelvey asked Markle. How's the bump treating you? Josh you which one. With that question. A little weird. I thought like yeah. Obviously, we're up for any throwing any question any subject, basically. But that was a little house that bump treating you to a pregnant woman. I find a little strange also very cash. This form you mix. Casual in the jargon of house that bump treating you. I don't know. Okay. Anyways, the duchess replied, very well. It's funny. I don't really know. How to do my Magon voice? I just realized very well. It's funny. I've actually been joking in the past few weeks and get ready for the most Magoni turn here. I'd seen this documentary on Netflix about feminism. And one of the things that they said during pregnancy was I feel the embryonic kicking feminism I love that. So boy or girl, whatever it is. We hope that's the case with our little bump. I mean, I can't think of anything more Magoni than quoting enough documentary about pregnancy that refers to the embryonic kicking of feminism of the her baby bump, right? I know it was she just waiting for the right moment to bring up that documentary. Also, if you're going to bring up the documentary, whoever that filmaker is I would be enraged. They did. And actually name drop. What the movie was? Yeah. I actually am interested in that. Like what was his documentary though? I have to say this made me realize, and we'll get to our other quotes them second. She has like there's so much stuff. She's been like bottling up that you wants to say that she's wanted to post about and wanted to reference like I feel like she had that quote, ready to go. She wanted to bring up the documentary. She wanted to bring up that particular way of referring to pregnancy. Like, she's looking for that platform to speak, and I feel like that's why this panel even happened. Right. Also, what was Harry doing? We'll Megan had that documentary on what do you think it was like checking basketball's or like, I don't even know what he might have been watching. Like not paying attention. You name me on his phone. Oh, here's what I actually think. I already watched it while Harry was like out playing rugby or polo. Then she was like I wanna watch it again. And you know, that thing when you make your like person, your dating or whatever has been in this case while something with you. And you're like watching them to see their reaction. I feel like she was watching Harry to see his reaction, and I think he acted like into it because I just feel like Harry's. So on board with this whole thing at this point. But I didn't share answer. But maybe not I hate that. When you're like someone's watching you to see your reaction, I hate that same here. She was also asked about Twitter. This is another Magoni response. Just you wanna go with it against. And you're in the Meghan mines today, if they think Meghan how much of a British accent. She speaks with these days. And I was like probably a lot. I feel like she must have really adopted it. But I'm not going to do that my quoting. Okay. So she was asked I guess just what if she looks at social media, right, right? My personal decision is not to feed into negatively and be more caused driven action. Based for me. It's a tricky one because I'm not sorry. They asked Pacific looks at Twitter for me. It's a tricky one because I'm not part of any of that. I don't look at it. Sorry now for me that is my personal preference. But I do read the economist, and we should note that the panel discussion was moderated by editor at the economist, which I. It was a quick save by her part. I think she actually read I don't know. I don't know. But I feel like she quickly realized that's that's like the savviness of again. I feel like she realized quickly as you was saying she had to say that also would seem strange. I'm very disappointed that means he doesn't see the in the limelight tweets about her. Though, do we I only believe this somewhat in that. I think she definitely looks at Instagram. I feel against her vibe, she likes kind of the photos, the recipes inspirational quotes, the vistas Twitter, I could see her doing without at this point three feels the negative space. I feel like I feel that way sometimes too like Instagram some more positive place to visit. Absolutely Megan also made a point of adding that she seeks out journalism, that's really covering things are going to make an impact. So of course, she listens to this podcasts. And she said that backstage we were talking about Tanzania and the article the economist just did like, this is what I imagine every conversation is kind of with Meghan things like that that are really talking about how the role of women is really shifting and changing. That's key focus your energy. They're non stuff. It was perhaps muddling you down. Josh, I feel like you. And I both take a lot of inspiration from this. Last piece of advice. We need to focus our energy on the positivity and not stuff that is perhaps muddling, yo. The no bad energy that we her mantra that we latched onto at the beginning. It continues to come back. And and continues to remind us you've gotta just strip it all away and focus on what brings you joy in life. Julian also good at that. So good that do we think that? Harry knows what the lost. I I love. Julia so much that the last question, and this is just do you think Harry knows that the economists says? I do not think he reads that. I think he knows what it is. I feel like what do you think? No. I think are you're exactly right. But I was love for Alex back or Pat sage act to host some sort of game show where all the royals have to compete in challenge about things everyday people encounter in face. I know I always am the whole thing of like how celebrities monitor maybe I have too much cynicism. But I just can't I they all basically look at a lot of stuff like how do you not? It's the human impulse. Like, you have to be such a I don't know enlightened person to not look at stuff written about you. Or like wanna hear people are saying about you? Or look at comments about you. And it's just so hard for me to believe that even the people who don't have public. Instagram's or Twitter's. Looking in some way, especially if like you used to be on it like Megan was, I don't know. I just feel like it. It's not it doesn't seem so hard to imagine. That said they have all this money and power and can do so many more interesting things look at social media. So maybe they just don't care what anyone thinks just. I don't care. Okay, shoot. I just realized I have to leave in ten minutes for doctor's appointment. So we should okay. Let's get section before. Time runs out. Okay. Let's leave that in please. Okay. And Meghan have two appearances together on. I didn't really looked just like Magon taking a page out of her new kind of inspirational words, I tried to look at social media much on my trip in Europe. And it was nice. I guess it was hard to stay away. But I did and one of the first headlines because there was so much Royal happenings when we were gone when I was catching up to see what I had missed. I saw this headline K Middleton Meghan Markle squash feud, rumors with the kiss. I was like. Wow. Julian I really miss like the major news. I have to say this headline makes them promises that I'm not sure the story delivers on. Like, I read that. I'm thinking Madonna on. She. Police headline from online, I don't know. Okay. So they I mentioned they made an appearance earlier in the week that was sort of weird. It was a daytime event at the palace with the Queen. We never saw them really interact in the same photograph the palace posted all these photographs and they were in both of them. But you never saw cater. Megan look at each other. And it was weirdly like Meghan in the background. Okay. It was in the foreground. And then there was this video that went around Julie. I'm not sure if you saw it where kind of looks like Kate was looking back at Meghan. So some people are using that as evidence that they had like some house spoken to each other. I you can't really even tell what exactly went on. If it was a little weird to me, it seems like a cold energy. So that was like the first appearance then on Monday, they went to the Commonwealth day service. So this was their second joint appearance thing they're both at in a week. And this one was a much different. So as E puts it they were spotted sharing a double cheek kiss. Inside Westminster Abbey Williams happy to see Meghan to William greeted her with a double cheek kiss as well. This is insane. I never would have expected. It would be in a professional context. Reading about two doubled cheek kisses between normal adults whoever lated to each other. But this is. Life. I have never shared a double kissed. Anyone remotely liked anyone who even attempts a double cheek? Yes. So they sat down at the service. Kate William hairy Magon and Katie Nicholl on the podcast in December. She reported Vanity Fair, they might not have a huge amount in common. But Kate has no issue with Meghan. She wants them to get along not just for Harry sake. Because two Royal sisters in law at logger has wouldn't be good. And Kate knows that for Kate. It's about keeping relationship professional and putting on a show of togetherness. So and Katie Nicholl reported the Kate was the one who instigated this kind of warm interaction at Westminster Abbey. It's not always been easy. Sorry. Such a pro. She said, it's not always been easy. There have been issues behind the scenes, but Harry Meghan wanna leave on good terms, and Kate especially has been making a real effort. There are no bad feelings. And I think he was keen to put an end to the rift rumors. And then Julie I are new champion who we need to get on this podcast. Judi James Judy spelled as J U D. I as in dance, she is a body language expert. She folk to cause the Paul and don't ask me how I laid it on this article. But Judy James body language expert said I want you to James the follow me around and told me what like people in my life. Think about me what a job just kinda monitor people in a riff on. What you think of what they actually mean to each other? It was clear Kate and Meghan were keen to signal bonds of warm friendship today rather than the either distant or over congress it displays from the last couple of outings, Judy James explains. Adding that Meghan seem to be the one trying to reignite the spark while Kate made more active moves towards her sister-in-law. Julia imagine being described in that way, making active moves towards friendliness towards someone. We we really underneath those Joshua's has an all caps. Can we please get you James on the show followed about by about fifty exclamation points? I mean, what analysis what a name what a spirit even from this read, just I love everything about her and Judy James. Let's not forget that name anytime soon. Judy pointed out that this is a major change in their behavior from the outing on March fifth which Judy James ascribe. You also like I'm always referring to her full name when even named like that it has. Started Jackson Maine says that when you become famous people start calling you by two names, Judy James described them as distant in the past. And that there were quite a bit of side is from fans. Do the undeniably awkward vibes? So Julie Julie no relation to Chaim duly. Do you think God, I'm really losing? It do you think that this most recent appearance where they did the double cheek kiss? They looked at each other. And the service does this mean anything to you, do you really think it was Cape being strategic or Megan being strategic or do you think things are actually all good between them? Now. I think that Kate is such a pro she knows she's gonna be Queen one day. And she is not putting a foot wrong. She's taking all the right steps. She's fractional even with people. She hates and can't stand. I get the sense that Cates. The kind of person who's going to greet them with a smile. She knows what her role is Megan has caused so many waves already. She doesn't want to add. Any additional ones. What stands out to me? Those the fact that Katie Nicholl does not mention really William and Harry's relationship if that's changed at all. I know they were sitting together. But it was a little an actual, you know, what we've definitely talked about this before. But there's we're not double standard if that's right word for it. Or to dramatic the lake. It is weird to me. Like, I was looking at the photos of all four of them this morning, and William and Harry are in the middle. Megan Kate on the ends, and like William and Harry barely look at each other. And they look almost frosty like they're not whispering. They're not like laughing. There's none of that. And like I feel like if but no one mentioned that obviously, I don't know. It's just kind of weird like something's going on. I feel like maybe between them. And that's what the issue is which I know had been reported before we need see Katie Nicholl back on the podcast what she's heard about them. Yes. But this was I think also going to be the last appearance Katie noted that both of. Them would be at before. Megan sort of you know, has her first child. So it'd be interesting to watch. Right. It's an interesting to hear when Doria hosts that second baby shower, right? What we need to figure out. And if Kate will be involved in any way, I feel like they're both making so many appearances recently that it's like to me seems like Meghan must be so treated Morocco trip. She's doing all his appearances. She's in her third trimester. I I would be exhausted doing all that not even being, you know, under the scrutiny. Princess Diana's energy. I feel like Diana would have staged a fun photo op to really the two of them. Let us know what you think about all of these the Kate Maginnis of it all Amy leaving. If you have any insight into that Meghan thoughts on social media got all this could be its own episode and other weeks of so much Meghan to catch up on. And we'll have a lot more to get into next week as well, send us your questions and thoughts. So it doesn't physics episode and thanks for listening. And please remember to review us on apple podcasts. We really appreciate it. And it's helps find your listeners spread the word. And let us know what you think also leave us a voicemail at three four seven seven nine zero zero nine six six or on Twitter at in the limelight to discuss any of these subjects. You can also follow individually. I'm actually w j Bom. Ross on Instagram in the limelight pod. Hopefully Instagram, which was down today. We'll be back up in time for Costa comment messages, you which are so great this produced by Brad Fuchs. Thanks for joining us. 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Introducing Tablet's New Podcast - "Hebrew School"

Israel Story

00:00 sec | 5 months ago

Introducing Tablet's New Podcast - "Hebrew School"

"Hey guys it's me. She working on what I think is going to be. An Amazing Corona mini series which will start releasing next month. It's full of uniquely Israeli of this crazy period. We've all gone through and in many places around the world are still going through so that will start in June. But today in the meantime we wanted to introduce you and mainly your kids to a new podcast from our friends at tablet magazine. The executive producer of this new show is Josh Cross Josh Hamish. E How's it going? You know is good as can be expected. I guess so Josh. First of all what is this new podcast called so it's called Hebrew. School Shockingly. There were no other podcasts. Call that yet so we took it for ourselves. Okay Hebrew school. Basically some people went to Hebrew school as a kid and loved it others hate it and even more never went to Hebrew school at all so we figured with almost everyone stuck at home without any school Hebrew or otherwise. This is a good time to start a show. That was a fun way to learn about Judaism in the Bible. I grew up in Israel so I never had the Hebrew school experience but from what I gather calling US show. He was schooled at South. It's a bold move like calling show now. Eat Your Broccoli. Will I hope some people think the show is more fun than Broccoli? We certainly have a ton of fun making it as for the show itself. We've created a game. Show aimed at kids aged seven to twelve. But we think it's pretty fun for just about everyone you'll hear famous biblical characters wrapping spy on important moments in Jewish history and even have to decide whether some texts from the tower or Taylor Swift all in less than twenty minutes and episode. Sounds Fun. I'm excited to hear it so listeners. Gather your seven to twelve year old kids and let's go to Hebrew School Josh. Can you just set this up for us which episode? We're going to hear the episode. You're going to hear his called all hail the Queen. It's episode number four and we've just released six so if you like it. There's plenty more to listen to if features a hip hop queen chicken dragons sixty foot tall unicorns and a trip and a time machine. That doesn't even have ways intriguing. We think it's pretty great cool. Thanks Josh thanks me. She and thanks to everyone for listening so without further ADO. Here's a taste of Hebrew. School tablet magazines new podcast for kids with its hosts Leah Label Beach and Stephanie Budnick. Enjoy Hey Stephanie. Hey the show is really teaching me a lot really. I'm so glad to hear that. Oh absolutely AB- learning all sorts of stuff cool stuff about the Bible. Wow this sounds like very sincere. Usually you just tell me dumb jokes so I need to know. What have you been learning well? For example I learned at precisely what time God created Adam. The first man that sounds important to tell me what time did. God Create Adam. I don't think I know well. It was just before evening for that. Just play the theme music already. Welcome to Hebrew school. A new game show where super smart kids get to show off how much they know about all things Jewish. I'm Stephanie an eyebrow and you have excellent taste and podcasts because of all the millions billions of Jewish game shows for kids out there. You chose this one our podcast and we would like to thank you by introducing you to a really famous contestant. Stephanie who is our famous contestant today our super famous contestant Clara Oppenheimer Oh she sounds amazing. She was dancing with the stars. Right no Leo. She wasn't on dancing with the stars. But she is a star contestant. So let's get to know her a bit. Hi Clara High. So we know your dad. We host a podcast with him. But we're very excited that we have here with us today. Let's learn a little bit about you. How are you doing today? I'm good what's the most fun thing you did this week? Well I made a painting and it was a watercolor painting. What was it of. It was inspired by the artist. Miro it wasn't anything in particular but it was a sunset painting for the tons beautiful. I like that like you're not messing around. You're not really like taking time off. Would you miss most about being in school? Well I like having a routine and even though we try to have a team. That's not really the same. What do you miss least about being in school? That's what I'm talking about but I still do math at home. So have you been reading any good books while your home? I know you're a Harry Potter Fan. I haven't read Harry Potter while because you're just like you finished it. No more no. I'm just not right now. Are you reading anything good? I'm yeah I'm reading. A book called the House in the Seru alien. See what I like this. I want to live your quarantine life. I feel like you're painting. You're reading your really just like living your best life. I feel like we're interrupting Clara. Feel painting reading the house in the really unsuitable. I will talk to you for a brief well Clara. Thank you so much for taking the time. I know you guys are very busy over there so we appreciate you being on our show. You're welcome Salil. You have like one final epic question for Clara rate by two. Okay Clara. Imagine this if you were on Mount Sinai with Moses and God asked You Clara will you add one more commandment to the makes one more rule that everyone in the world would have to obey? What would it be? That's hard back. I think it would probably be. Don't make fun of people have less than you. Oh my God Clare Oppenheimer. I don't know how young you have to be president but you got my vote. I love that too because you know we have the one that says like don't covet. Don't be jealous of other people but the idea of thinking about others. Who Don't have as much is really really important to Clara. I like that I think you're gonNA host the show. Soon we may be kickoff and you come co host with. That's an amazing idea. But now that we know you and you're not to host yet Stephanie. You know I'm allergic to rule. So tell me can how this game show works. Okay so Clara and I guess Leo. It's really simple no matter what school you go to. You're always learning new and amazing things about being Jewish so we want to see how much you really know but instead of giving you a boring test. We're going to play a series of gains. That ask you questions about everything from history to religion to Pop Culture Clara Oppenheimer. Are you ready to play ready to play awesome? I'm ready to play to okay. Well now now pumped up. Our first game is called. Say My name. Names are amazing. My favorite name is Linda. We l you know. That's not a real name so Clara we're GonNa play you short song about a famous person. You might have read about in the Bible. All you have to do is listen and tell us that person's name. Are you ready to go ready to go? Well it's a pretty tough life being the Persian queen husband husband King. A is Dan with some crazy scenes. Just the other day. He really gave me the blues when he and his PAL. Heyman plotted to kill all the Jews. I didn't ask him when I didn't ask them why. Just listen to my uncle. Mordecai summon Hubby and Hame into one hell of a dinner and now hayme instead and I am the win. The song was about Miley Cyrus. Right the L. Miley is awesome. But she is not in the Bible as far as I know not yet no not yet okay Clara. Let's review the clues from the song. We're looking for Queen. Who faced and foiled a major plot to kill the Jews? Any idea who the song is about. I think this song is about Queen Esther runner. Yeah yes you are correct you tell us a little bit about esther even cooler than Miley Kookiness. There started life as a poor little orphan girl. The enemy of the Bible. When one day she was chosen to go on what was basically an ancient Persian reality. Show King Huntsville. Awesome name. Wanted a new wife and two chooser. He summoned young women from all over his kingdom. Like on the bachelor that show your Parents Watch? He chose s there because she was not only the most beautiful and the smartest but also the only one who didn't ask the king to give her stuff to make a very long and very juicy story short. She soon learned that her husband's bff a bad dude named Hayman was plotting to kill all the Jews and together with her smart oncle more to devise a clever plan to get the king to reverse the plot and kill him it instead. It all went down just right. Which is why we celebrate the awesome holiday of him eating delicious cookies. Hamad shaped like Homs pointy ears. That sounds very violent but also kind of delicious Clara. What's your favorite type of Hamad? Shen I like Raspberry Tashin like once with raspberry jam on the mail but I also like chocolate. I love chocolate humming Tasha because it's like chocolate cookies. The Best Brune. Everybody knows that. Kids love prunes. Okay Clara for you. We are a brand new game. It's called drum. Roll please. Tall Torah Tales. All pro. So if you've had even a few stories from the Bible you know that is a fantastic book. I mean that literally. If you read enough of it you'll start discovering stuff you would never believe the Bible actually mentions so right now the ellen I will tell you about two amazing things mentioned in the Bible of the four. You're going to hear. Three of them are true. The Bible actually mentions them. One is just a big ally. Your Job Clara is to tell us which is which okay are you up to the task. Yes great our theme today is fantastic beasts and where to find them. The Bible mentions all sorts of strange animals. Let's see if you about the real from the fake Leo. What's our first creature it is the caucus. It may sound like some kind of exotic drink but it is actually a chicken dragon with a head of a rooster and the body of a mighty large lizard. It is mentioned in the book of Isaiah. Probably children okay. That sounds absolutely terrifying. Our second animal is a Unicorn not only are they mentioned in the Bible but it is believed that the tabernacle the earthly dwelling place of God while the Israelites were walking through. The desert was made of Unicorn hide and not just any old unicorn some biblical interpreters believed that the UNICORNS or sixty feet tall and literally the colors of the rainbow. That's pretty impressive. But as as impressive as a metal camel end the book of Joshua we learned that the Israelites managed to bring down the walls of Jericho with the help of a camel made of iron which is where the Greeks got the idea for the Trojan horse. The camel was twenty five feet tall and the people of Jericho believing it was a gift for their king opened up the gates and let it into the city at which point the Israelite warriors inside jumped out and kill everyone okay. I've got something much less violent. It's a talking donkey now really. It's a talking donkey just like Shrek who shows up in the book of numbers to convince its owner belong to repent from his evil ways. So Clara you have heard afford magical animals talking donkey a robo camel a sixty foot tall rainbow colored Unicorn and a chicken dragon which one is fake. I know that it's not the talking donkey because I've read the story about that. One mazing not sure about the others. Let's play a game of elimination. You know the donkey is true. Yeah great is there any one of the remaining three? That sounds just a little bit more plausible than the others. So confused is the mental camel alive or not laugh it is not alive it is a big Campbell made of iron that hid inside of its warriors who trick people into thinking it was a real cammo and then they jumped out and kill everyone in the city of Derek. I don't see any reason why that couldn't be real. So you're marking that one Israel. Okay so now. You are down to a sixteen foot tall multicolored unicorn or fierce chicken dragon. Which one do you think is fake the way you say at both of them sound fake? That is my job. You are correct which one you have to pick just one. I think that taking Jagannath's fake but I also think I'm wrong okay. So I'm sorry to say that there is no robo camel in the Bible. Fooled me too. But all the animals are real. Which means there's a Unicorn in the Bible and the chicken dragon and a talking donkey. All those are in the book so tell that to. Your parents makes time they tell you. You can't get a pet unicorn crazy thing about the stories that we've heard is like I believe that the robo camel could have been real right does it. Sound like a coven. It sounds more real than a unicorn or chicken drag yeah UNICORNS. Sounds like a trick option. Because like you're supposed to think it's fake when we write the Sequel Bible to will totally get camel so now let's play our third and final game as a ways that we've saved the best for last. This game called eavesdropping on history. A look I know what you're thinking. There's no way Stephanie. I'll know show much about the Bible. It's like they were there. Are they old so now all? We're not that old but yes we were there how you ask smart child courtesy of our time machine which we totally have park just outside the Hebrew school secret headquarters every week. We take our time machine back in time to bring you a recording of one famous moment from Jewish history. But because the time machine runs on Rice crispy treats and Rice crispy treats are super expensive. We only have enough fuel to stay. Stand the past for a few seconds each time. Your job is to tell us exactly what famous moment from Jewish history. We've captured this week. Are A you ready? I'm ready. I love it? Hey Violet. What's this cheering about? What do you live under a rock? No but it was just my birthday and I had too much doc. We've been waiting for the year seventy. Ya but now. It's forty eight. What well it's May fourteen and David Ben. Gurion is about to give a speech. What do you think it is I don't know a cup of coffee. Okay Clara. Let's go over the clues from the tape. It may nineteen forty eight. Something exciting is about to happen and David Ben. Gurion is about to give a speech. Any idea what's going on is it the Israeli independence winter. That is correct Leo. You're from Israel right. Tell us the story of Israel's first Independence Day there is nothing I would like more forced by the Romans to leave entity sale or the land of Israel all the way back in the year seventy Jews kept promising themselves. At one day. They'll return. It took a while but in the early nineteen hundreds. Jews were inspired by Zionism a movement. That argued WHO's about time. The Jewish people came back home and had a state of their own just like all other nations. Jews began returning to Israel and increasing numbers. Which the Arabs living there didn't exactly like on May Fourteenth Nineteen Forty Eight. The Jews living in Israel announced their independence and the state of Israel was born. The announcement was immediately followed by a long war but the young state survived and continues to thrive till this day. The navigation APP ways a lot of the parts in your parents iphone and Gal. Gadot wonder woman herself. Were all made in Israel. Shalom and Toda Clara. Thank you so much for being such an incredible contestant today. What's one thing you learned today that you're a little excited? I learned that a chicken I in in the Bible amusing. Hear that sound yes. It's the aliens they've come back from just like they promised if only know the sound. You hear isn't aliens. It's the bell ringing in telling us we're out of time for this week's Hebrew school so thank you Clara. You're welcome if you guys listening at home. WanNa play to. And if you're in between the ages of seven and twelve email us at Hebrew school at Tablet Mag Dot Com until then class is dismissed. Hebrew school is a podcast from Tablet magazine hosted by me Stephanie. Budnick along with Leo leaves. We are produced by Sarah Friedemann. Ater and Paul request also edits the show executive produced by Josh. Cross with extra help this week from Violet Cross. Check out all of tablets. Podcasts AT TAB AMAC DOT com slash podcast. Okay so that was an episode of tablet magazines new podcast for kids Hebrew school. Hope you enjoyed it if you did. Check out their other episodes and start getting excited for Israel. Stories return next month with our very own corona virus miniseries till then Shalom Shalom and Alibi

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Chinas surveillance state

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

29:12 min | 1 year ago

Chinas surveillance state

"One of the crucial stories of the last few decades has been China's extraordinary surge to catch up with the rest of the world in manufacturing technology. And in economic military and cultural power, one of the other crucial stories of the last few decades has been the erosion of privacy in the online era and on that front China is pulling a distance ahead. China is in the process of assembling an immense and pervasive apparatus of surveillance, which will monitor and punish and reward, the most every day of behaviors and interactions of more than a fifth of the world's people, the prophets of doom of the pre computer age. Imagine that any such system would have to be imposed by a dictatorship even George Orwell did not envisage that the population of airstrip one would voluntarily surrender personal information to the state, the communist party of China is assuredly a dictatorship. But has it also understood that a great many people below? Leave privacy to be over rated. What is the reality of China's surveillance state how might develop in future? And is it a case of today? China tomorrow, the world, this is the foreign desk. They intend the system to record every single action transaction by each Chinese citizen, whether it's economic transactions social actions are moral behavior. And then in the end create the system that ideally, in real time can sanction you and censor your or reward. You also, we've known for a long time that Goodland Facebook's business motor profit revenue has come from essentially selling our attention and that requires having a sense of what we interested in also kind of maximize the value of our time spent on decision. But I think maybe we just the fact that for all the convenience truly the enjoyment, we might get from these services. There is a price to be paid into the day some. Oh, my friends, when we want to talk about something that we think, well, public Ed attention from the police, we tried to, like, okay, let's meet offline less meeting cafe. And to have a discussion more and more. I don't want to talk about. Real issues out, like we had wayball. You're listening to the foreign desk on monocle twenty four with me, Andrew Miller on today show on joined by Caroline can and keisters matter, Caroline can is an editor a China dialogue, and the author of under red skies, memoir of growing up in China. Caroline joins us here in the studio in London and Kayce strip matter is a journalist and the author of we have been harmonized life in China's surveillance state. He joins us from Copenhagen welcome both KAI. I'll start with you. Just so we can define some terms here and make it clear. Exactly what we're talking about. China's surveillance state as referred to in the subtitle of your book is a common phrase. I suspect it's one of those, which is rather more talked about than understood. So when we talk about China's surveillance state. What is it exactly? We are talking about. Well, actually we are talking about a whole youth thing now. China was always the dictatorship. It was always a civilian state, but what heating paying. The communist party's doing now that they're basically re inventing their dictatorship with twenty-first-century information technology with artificial intelligence, and with big data and stuff. So basically we're going to see something developing their that the world has never seen that before. Caroline, what's your sense of it as somebody who lives in Beijing? Because a recurring theme of your book, certainly in the time you've been alive since one thousand nine hundred nine is one of state intrusion into people's lives, which would be regarded as extrordinary in most countries. Is it your sense that it is exceleron getting exponentially, because of the technology and the way that Kyd describes? I think when I was younger, there was a time when there was more and more freedom, and especially with the development internet. But then clearly like since the year two thousand twelve or two hundred thirteen I could feel that freedom has been shrinking. And now as kaija said, almost every street in Beijing any city. I you see the sec- TV's cameras catching any images of people whatever people are doing. I also have the fear that Wease the big data technology like people would ever they do Welby, so closely monitored. And to me, that is quite worrying, Koi, again, to return just to the basic idea of how this actually functions. We're not talking yet. Are we about one immense, centralized technological panel to knishes still a, a mishmash of overlapping dot networks? It is at the moment. Yes. Very much. So. I mean, a lot has been written, for example, about the Social Credit system, which is part of this whole effort, but it's only one piece of the puzzle, and there are many, many other different pieces of the puzzle and of course, the central government tries to sort of get a grip on all of this, and maybe especially the state security apparatus would like to have in the end one big database. But of course, the big question is like in all those used bureaucracies, will they actually be able to make it work exactly in that way? But even if they won't I would say there is enough to be worried about Carolina Social Credit system, which is something which is attracted a lot of attention in the last couple of years in particular, again, I think the some of the reporting of it may have focused perhaps overly on the lurid science fiction imagination of it, as Chinese citizen, who lives in China. How does it affect you on a day to day? Level as you go about your life. It is not like something that you see every day. Oh, you feel like getting so close to your every day. Maybe there's something that you don't have access to review your own Social Credit. Like the only thing I noticed in my life, a kind of, related to sort of crowded is, there's alipay like an app by Alibaba and there's a function of borrowing money. And if we repay back the money in time that you cried you score at rising. So that is the only thing I see so far about it about, of course, I heard stories about people who don't pay money in time, and they got the candle blocked from going to buy a train tickets or of flight tickets. And this kind of like being black list, and I don't know how was you up, like least how do you get rid of that list? So that is something that I, I think that will affect the people's live. Corey, how does that differ, though, or how might it different future from credit writing systems that you have in any developed country, really whereby an frankly, not unreasonably if it becomes the case that you are a credit risk? If you have a history of paying back, things late or not at all, then it does become increasingly hard for you to borrow money or get a mortgage. How different scale we talking about here in, in the Chinese experience. Well, the interesting thing is that actually Allah systems, probably were sort of starting point for the Chinese system, but the main difference, of course, is that it doesn't restrict itself to financial transactions the aim of the government in the end is they intend the system to record every single action in transaction by each Chinese citizen, whether it's economic transactions social, actions or moral behavior. Even how do you behave to your parents? How you treat your colleagues are you? Jaywalking. Do you pay your metro tickets and all this stuff? And then in the end create the system that ideally in real time with algorithms can ultimately sanction you and censor your or reward. You also very important point is that this system will not be rolled out nationwide until twenty twenty so it will only stop nationwide next year. But one thing that has been mentioned knows this blacklist, which started at the supreme court and actually there are numbers for that the nationwide blacklist. There were seventeen and a half million people lost year that were denied access to airplanes, and five and a half million people that could not by high speed railway, tickets, Carolina much specific point of how the system monitors social behavior. I've oven financial behavior. How? Where are you personally of that impinging either on your life or on people? You know, an obviously as a journalist who has been published overseas. You will be somebody who does attract the attention of the thirties. Yeah. Actually, I'm Bari about that side of this system, for example when they use. We had a very popular Chinese social media network. I helping more and more careful like in referring to some terms, I will be thinking about what, what is term be monitored in the get me into trouble, and that happened to me and my friends, like doesn't mean like a we immediately detained a what about, well 'cause extra attention. That is not always a good thing in China. You've got the tension from the police, and they may you may be invited to have tea and talk about why you mission this world. Right. So this, like, social side effect of this system, some moment, friends, when we want to talk about something that we think. Well, public Ed don't attention. From those apps, we try to, like, okay, let's meet offline less less meeting cafe. And to have a discussion more and more. I don't I don't want to talk about real issues out. Like we had a way ball, just like, oh, of course, it's safe to talk about cats or dogs. We can't more in the second part of the program about how this technology might potentially evolve. But before we do that, I wanted to ask you about your personal experience before you left Beijing of this, and you were there for a very long time. What was your sense of the difference in the communist party's reach into your own life between when you arrived? And when you left. Well, obviously Carolina already talked about that, all our social interactions changed, profoundly and the Chinese approach. I mean we all left gadgets. We all love social media stuff in apps, but the Chinese love it, much more than the rest of the world, that much faster in adapting, and they were much faster than interrupting mobile phones, and getting rid of laptops, and desktop computers. And so everybody does everything on. We chat nowadays, which is this one, you should happen. It's a private. It's run by a private company called, of course, they worked together with the state with police in with state security and on more than one occasion. For example, I had the experience that when I communicated with one of my sources that immediately after our communication. They were approached by state security, and threatened to, to not meet me, for example, Kayce straighten at an Caroline con funky. Both full the moment. We'll have more from you both later in the program. We have become accustomed, astonishingly quickly to the idea that a private life is no longer the default setting indeed someone somewhere probably knows that your listening to the foreign desk on monocle twenty four and is it Meiring your taste in foreign affairs podcast, the technology that enables, the surveillance of our lives is only going to improve the desire of governments and corporations to employ. It is only going to grow might therefore, be the case that China is not so much an outlier as a pioneer of a new way of living for much of the rest of the world and is the anything to be done about that. Even if and it seems a big if anybody even wants to one join now by Josh cows research, in the ethics of data at the Ellen cheering institute. Josh first of all, I want to establish basic principles here. How do you write the general awareness, not in China, but say where we are now in the? United Kingdom of how tracked we already are. Well, I think among the public at large, there is a certain lack of awareness, perhaps, to quite how high, the stakes are at this moment in time in quite how important the decisions that policymakers and companies make will affect the future of surveillance, I think when I kind of economic policy level, we're getting a handle on it, but even to people let myself spend spend the days thinking about this stuff even there. There's quite a lot of passively around exactly how much data was being collected and what's being done with it. When you talk about the shortfall in policy-making as it relates to it, it, it's very, very common for new technologies to initially, at least outrun attempts to regulate them, but how would you quantify that disparity? Now when we're talking about Datta it certainly tricky, because what we had for a longtime tickling this country. In fact, in is very sophisticated network. Assisi TV comers. Which don't use data in the way that we would think about it. But nonetheless form kind of an infrastructure within which we want to find out who committed a crime. We'll find out basic things about public spaces. We have that stuff. Already what the data revolution introduces is much more granularity, and much more ability to link different data sources together from the devices that we carry around from the websites that we go. And so on to build up a much more sophisticated picture of who we are as people were up to it. You surprised by how near total. In fact, the acquiescence to this has been people, willingly, surrendering their personal data, not just to governments, but to private corporations who may be even less accountable as not even based in the country in which you live. Well, as you say, when, when you tell jeez, come about there is this period of outstripping regulation. But also, there's a kind of a fun factor Sunday convenience factor to this wealth of digital services, which suddenly became available to us almost overnight in the ninety s and I think only now as you say, we kind of catching up to the real significance of that we've known for a long time that Google Facebook's business model revenue has come from essentially selling our attention and that requires having a sense of what we interest. In order to maximize the value of our time spent on these Asian. So all this is new. Although, as I say, there are things were kind of discovering all the time, but I think maybe we've just woken up to the fact that rule the convenience in all the, the enjoyment, we might get from these services. There is a price to be paid at the end of the day. How do you anticipate the technology evolving over the next decade or so? We're already clearly at a very advanced point in its you starting to see now facial recognition technology in Chinese airports, which, albeit the need for a boarding pass because it can just pick you out of the crowd. Is that a glimpse of the, the future looming? I think it could well be although as to say, you know, I think we do have choices Neil all representatives choices to make in this regard, San Francisco became the first city to ban visual ignition to own gee just a few weeks ago. So there's still some room for optimism and hope I think that when we do have all hands on the on the controls, we can decide what is done, but again, that convenience factor will come into people, I'm sure. People would love to better get an plane, not have to remember that possible, or the all that boarding card for ninety percent of people that might be pure convenience in very little apparent cost to the temps and the people who get performed more because of it get pulled over one side, and so on that might be, you know, far less convenient. So the dangerous think from kind of big picture perspective, is that we see kind of fragmentation between the data privilege in the data unprovoked. And so the maybe majority of us who seem to benefit only from these systems in that seem to have any Homs arising. Maybe totally fine with it, you know, in a democracy, often to you need as we've seen in UK is a majority for something catastrophic faith through, but the minority rights may be particularly faked by that. And particularly around groups who are already disadvantaged, perhaps, even groups who may not be aware that pot of a group. So in the same way that Netflix has these incredibly sophisticated clusters of different audiences on the shows, and they essentially developed shows based on those algorithm. It clusters it might be that we clustered without even knowing that we were in a particular group. Is it possible to? Imagine surveillance and data technology of all kinds becoming so intrusive that it does prompt if not necessarily a majority backlash than a big enough backlash that becomes politically significant or is the lesson. We have loaned in what has been the relatively short online age that convenience as you point out, and an impression or allusion of security will overcome almost everybody's worries about privacy. Well, I certainly wouldn't want to rule out some major shocks, hitting system. So one would be kind of massive data leak again, we've seen some of them, some of them have been kind of folded into consciousness without too much friction after they happen. But it could be that a truly gigantic hack will leak of data really shakes us out of a stupor and makes us think collectively about the importance of these systems. But the things that in the meantime, they tend to creep along and trade also made every now and again, take us down the line. A good example of this is the London underground's decision to effectively track. Its uses. Around. It's WI fi networks promising anonymity and privacy, and so on all the buzzwords, but in reality, the use of that data will be primarily for advertising more efficiently on the network now to some people that opposed to trade off keeps train ticket prices down fantastic. But for all those again, it may choose some pretty significant Colson. It's those decision points where I think we need to pay the most attention. If we tried to pin, all this to say, one hypothetical Yuzo one blameless citizen of a modern democracy, who, who goes about the daily round, does they work spends time with friends and family, does no wrong and has no ambition of doing any wrong and his decided that they don't really care, who's tracking the more while you're what they're doing with the information because really who'd be interested in any of this. What reasons does that person have to be worried about how advances in technology over the next decade might develop well, certainly the incursion into that person's data life. If you like is any about get more stringent, and there's various research that finds that people have a perception of themselves as being whether it's law. Biding all normal average all these different terms, but it might just be that the sequence of events that characterize someone's day says a lot about them that either they didn't know about themselves, or the they draw the other people didn't know about them, so to Joni back eons in cyber time back to two thousand nine net. Netflix gotten rather, a large amount of trouble because they released some presumably anonymous data about the customers viewing habits and just so turned out that like combining that anonymous data with highly correlated data from the ratings IMDB the correlations between ratings on both sites, allowed the anonymous customers to be the waste through that data and through they ratings and actually ended up outing, somebody who was closeted gay in the US leading to damages, and so on. So even to pick a reasonably benign, seeming example, from the world events, taint. We can certainly revealed a little of ourselves unknowingly just by the existing in the state space, Josh cows at the Ellen cheering institute. Thank you for joining us. You're listening to the foreign desk on monocle twenty four hundred still with me are Caroline can and KYW's strip Mata in this part of the show. I want to talk about how the system might evolve especially as devolves towards as we were suggesting in the first part of the program, one single unified network of monitoring and control. Caroline KYW was talking about how enthusiastic Chinese people are about new technology and new gadgets. Do you sense among I guess, especially if people if your generation and the generations coming behind you, any resistance to wear this going anybody starting to think I don't actually won't this technology on not willing to take this risk? I think of course, there are people like thinking more about that dangerous the negative side of the technology. But I think the majority of Chinese. Scientists do think I'll technologies Guth thing because that is what we help in educator in school like technologies, this, everything is a very important sigh of China being while leading the world live have been the ones so it has been in Chinese contact is always been a good thing. But I think this is also related to the fact that, you know, the media public sphere, the speech has been closely controlled by the government. So I feel that the gunman the one they want people to think in certain ways of something on, they allowed that to be discussed in a very positive way. And maybe those people who have different wise. They're wise, Welby sends said, call you turn fifteen years down the track where cooed what is already in place have evolved to? I think we have a very good example, for way, they want to go to, and that's the western province of Xinjiang, you know, that's the province, which has Muslims living the weakest, that's actually not only a province, where there has been a whole network of reeducation camps, sprung, up really overnight over like one and a half years where more than one million Weigo's where sent to. But at the same time, it's sort of the high tech laboratories look at Xinjiang, you know, and you see what they're collecting the collecting the medical histories that collecting your career deliveries your methods of both controlled religious affiliation. If you're living in someplace the other they might install a state money to GPS in your car. You can buy petrol only once your face has been scanned at the petrol station and the system has declared you harmless. You know, you cameras will follow you, your every move if you have a mobile phone and the police controls you. This. These police checks everywhere seen, John, every couple of hundreds meters. And if they control you, they check, if you have a certain app installed. It's the thing one up the clean net app. And if you have not installed this up if you're Wego Posen, not installed this app, you will be punished. But if you have installed this up this up has access to the content of your phone, and it will check and can all the time if you have access to damaging information illegal religious activity evokes websites, that the communist party doesn't like, and it will automatically reported to the authorities, and all that feeds into a system of like predictive policing in a wheel. Also, try predictive policing enough an hour states. But in China, we can see where that leads. You know, you have a minister, the vice minister of information, and technology, who says with all these inflammation, we can note today, who's going to be a terrorist tomorrow and might I add, we know it. Even before the persons of himself knows it. And that leads to the fact that you have one million out of nine million people sitting in camps Carolina. How much concern do you notice even if we just reduced this to say your social, and professional circles is them much. Actual worry about the prospect of an absolutely all knowing all seeing system, or a people quite willing to go along with that, in order for the convenience and the safety and everything else, it's supposed to provide. I'm afraid from my own experience is like people most of the people are is not like a welling to treat the freedom with the convenience. It's more like many people have realized the point like, oh, this is tweeting freedom for convenience. I think many people think, okay. This TV's camera civilians, while helps a crime rate decline in this neighborhood. Oh, many people say, okay, it doesn't matter as long as I don't do anything wrong. Like if. I'm the criminal doesn't matter. No matter what message extend to my friends, family. I think unfortunately many people still think, in that way. But I personally think this can go quite wrong. Sometime. Maybe that hasn't really shown the really wrong side of the system, and maybe like next year in few years when that a nationwide credit system connected with the surveys civilian system applied to most of the cities in most those places in China, then there might be a public widely debating. Oh, maybe we don't want to use this. But so far I haven't seen that car. You were alluding earlier to the idea that there might be other governments around the world, taking an interest in what China is attempting to construct, how exportable is this kind of technology? And is that something that China? Might look to do. That's probably at the moment. Not so much exportable to our regions to Europe. But there they are already trying to some other parts developing parts of the world. There was a study by Freedom House. The Washington think tank from March, I think, and they had actually looked at sixty four different countries and they found that there was already expert going on of this high tech surveillance systems to thirty six of them. So there is a market, that's clearly a market, especially if you can sort of say, you know, you will get safety free citizens. And this one point that I want to make if you imagine China, these days, it's not really correct to imagine this old grim Orwellian 's of an state, that we have in mind, you know, like the old Soviet Union or something or well is still correct for maybe half of the Chinese system. But outwardly China looks very colorful, very light. Lively, there's a lot of adventure to have, and there's a lot of pleasure and commerce to be. It's much more on the outside. It's much more. All this Huxley's brave new world, you know, and it's much easier. If you can throw yourself into this world of commerce and pleasure, and the party has delivered economically, we, we shouldn't forget that and then submitting to all this surveillance of your own court, you know, that's the smart part you have like totalitarianism coming back, but much smarter than in the post, Carolina nut brings us, I think, to a, a useful final thought to close on because I think one of the real test of whether any official or indeed commercial system is actually keeping people free insecure safe or not is the degree to which you can refuse to participate in it without too much damage to your own life to what extent, can you opt out completely, and what would that have on your life? I think. Definitely your life will be. I mean so everything paid in China right now. Basically, like alipay which pay if you don't do that. Properly taxi driver who say I don't want cash. I'd all. Oh another thing that warring while this part, actually, you can do pay cash, because nobody forbid you from paying cash, but something warranting me as I don't know, if you have heard of ABC called the Tracy tangle, the party encouraged people to read articles for made a watch fumes made a lot of education materials on it right now. Okay. I can say, I don't want to touch hair that, oh, because he's not interesting to me, but is a righty, using the system like okay you get certain points by watching certain hours, a using certain hours app, every day, it's by using the points, you can get free tickets to Forbidden City, for example, I'm not sure what is happening like some tourism side, you can get free tickets, some memoir ringing that. What if one day? To only of portraying train tickets is by the points. You get from this app, either point that you cannot say, I refuse it because I don't like it is like you have to do it because otherwise, you cannot leave sickly girl on. Come on custard motor. Thank you, both very much for joining us. That's it for this episode of the foreign desk. We're back next week. Look out for the foreign desk. Explain available every Wednesday the foreign desk Ross produced by Bill Lucci. Bill, also edits the program. Why names, Andrew Miller, thanks very much for listening to next time goodbye.

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Mason and Ireland (HR 2)

Mason & Ireland

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Mason and Ireland (HR 2)

"Okay. So John I just saw live photographic evidence. On the growing protest rally outside centre. I count sixty five to seventy fans to seventy fan. Just a little under the thousand that Sodano promise only missed it by nineteen hundred and twenty-five no by nine hundred twenty five. Okay. So, but he told me there would be math. Here is another name that people are starting to throw around. And Stephen a Smith reported this warning that he would take a three year deal. Yes. Because he's desperate to get back into coaching. Yeah. I don't think this will happen. I've been told he's not being considered right? But what do you think of Mark Jackson? Why do you roll your eyes in stick your tongue out? Supposed to be private conversation between well here. I'll tell you the background tell you why I'll tell you where the warriors fired him because obviously he made them better. Yeah. The year after he left. They won the title. Joe lake of his gone on record publicly as saying that the Mark was great to the players. Yep. But to no one else. Yeah. He's also got the reputation of not being a great Xs and os coach he's got the reputation of being able to give a good speech, but not necessarily be able to be a great Xs and os kinds of what about the game. It's a strategy coach. What about the guy sits next to him on ABC? Jeff van. I mean, Jeff Van Gundy wants the press conference, I've not heard his name in any way associated with this job. But Jeff Van Gundy wins the press conference. He can run the press conference, and he'll kill the thing. But I again, the only two interviews we know of our Frank Vogel who interviewed I guess you yesterday or last night and B Bickerstaff who is the next. To over the next the best couple of days, they interview John Howard. And they previously interview Jason Kidd, right and kid. Now, according to that hoop collective is winner sounds like he thinks it's a real possibility that they could come back around to Jason Kidd. And it was reported that one of the one of the sticking points with Tyler do was that they were trying to get him to put kid on his staff. We don't know if that's true because the Lakers won't confirm or deny any of it. But. I'm. Kid was the head coach in Brooklyn. And then he was the head coach in Milwaukee. And both of those teams got better after he left. But you know, who else we could say that about. Pete carroll. Pete Carroll got fired twice once by the jets, and they got better after he left and then once by the patriots, and they got way better after he left and when he got to USC he was their third choice. He was the third person. They offered the job to I they offered it to Dennis Erickson, then they offered it to Mike Riley, both turned it down. Then they offered it to Pete Carroll, and he took it. So I could people who don't like the Jason Kidd rumor I understand why you know, a lot of baggage on kid. I mean, if we're being honest, there's a lot of baggage on kid Bill mostly though that he had to losing stints as a head coach. Well, no, I mean, there's there's a spousal abuse thing. He pleaded guilty to. Yeah. Mike buttonholes are has a DUI terrible. Right. Awful both of them awful. But I'm just saying Mike buttonholes don't put those in the same category. I do I is will abuse. And do you. I do I think either way you can get someone killed. The I. I think we should adopt Sweden's DUI laws if you get caught DUI go to jail forever. I mean, it's like come go to jail forever on Sweden. I'll let you drive anymore right ever ever. But they I'm just saying listen to Caspian Los Angeles that. That i'm. Like when Sodano comes in here to do purgatory. He'll tell you all the reasons why it's a terrible idea to hire Jason Kidd right now that we're not getting Tyron Lou. And by the way, Mason, and I were texting with someone in the know. And they say that won't you're talking about yesterday's not happening. It's not coming back around. No. It's not coming. Do. It's that it ended badly. I still say they should put their tail between their legs and go get LeBron's co seems like the easiest thing visi, right? It's not easy fix. But it appears that probably some stubbornness in that group. There's some stubbornness in mind that you would need both sides to acquiesce like right now neither side wants to do deal with the other. But if you gave him a five year contract he'd probably be right back on board. I would think you know, what he wanted to AB AB N A always be in negotiating always being ago shooting. Right. But the Lakers would have to correct. Your Lakers stubborn. The Lakers were is. It seemed like they will. There's tremendous stubborness. No. I mean, that's the one thing about this group. I I mean, and this is what bothers me. It's a group. It's not a person like genie is the owner. It's teeny. Genius a lovely person. But she's not mother of dragons right now. She's not or issue. She's not she's not she's being run. Well, what power does Dinara Sav right now? Well, she doesn't have any power right now. And she's about to go mad. So genius the mad Queen. Well. I don't know. But what you know? She's allowing rob to run everything. Right. But she's well is she not rob. Oh, I'm sorry. I'm mixing up. Yeah. Thinking john. This is mixing. Yeah. Game of thrones. In jeannie. Yeah. I, you know, I think that the problem is we can look at this as a continuum. All right. So let's let's look at the last six years, I know genie. But don't you tie the first three to Mitch? And Jim will you do? But you also tied the first three to genie and she apologized after she finally, I'm going out her brother. I'm gonna ask you a question that I can't even believe it's coming out of my mouth. Okay. Right now. We'll do the better off Jim was still here. Well, the fact that you hesitant to answer, it means at least it's I'm thinking because I think we'd be better off if Mitch was here. Mitch has done this. I mean, Mitch Mitch made the pow Gosol trade and got those last two championships in the Kobe right mean Mitch has championship pedigree. He screwed up, obviously. But but again, okay who who screwed up was a Jim was at Mitch. They went out and signed magic, Robin sign. Lou dang and signed Tim famous gov, which which one was the driving force in that Mitch, obviously is now the isn't he president basketball operations, Charlotte? He's running the hornet running the Hornets. Yeah. But I I would feel better. If there was somebody in that front office with some basketball championship pedigree. And you know, one thing jumped out at me in the last two weeks that I don't think we talked about a lot was that Phil Jackson weighed in with genie on the Tyler. Do. Whether or not he was the right guy in Phil apparently gave genie the thumbs up. Yup. Tie is a good choice. Disfigure still have influenced. These occur Rambus sky, some right, wait, Kurt Kurt was one of his guys genie. Obviously, they were engaged. Yeah. I would think so. Like, she's not answering the phone if he calls because the thing is he wasn't very good at this. He was great coach. But he was a really bad basketball executive, right? Really bad front office guy went down in flames. So if that's another source of of advice or another advisor, that's probably not the right advisory. Either. I it just it boggles my mind the thing that Dr Jerry Buss did over and over again was to find the best people. And then let them do their jobs. What genie has failed to do is find the best people? There's no nobody anywhere can make the argument that rob is the best person for that job. There's nobody anywhere that can make the argument that Kurt Rambis, and and Linda Rambus are the right people to be assisting in basketball operations, hire the best people and then get out of the way. That's what genie has failed to do. And that's why so much of the blowback is on her. It's not on rob. It's not on on Linda and Colonel though, they're getting a fair amount of grief. It's on genie. 'cause she's the one who's empowering people. She's empowering the wrong people. She's not going out and getting getting the best people like her dad did the most qualified people track records. She's not surrounding yourself by the very very best. That's why the blowback is on genie. Yeah. And I think it's fair. It's a an it's such a critical summer with all those big names moving. You should be communicating right now stability, that's what you want front office stability. It's literally one of the checklists on every single free agents to do list for this summer. Let's see good talent to play with guys. I like playing with guys whose games I think I messed with good coach coach I like coach that I feel like gets me front office is it stable. Do they does it feel like they know what's going on? That's one of the three big decisions because van about manual Instagram models. We check that box. We definitely check that box. Marquez? Let's say you're call Marcus in Palm Springs, you're on ESPN LA. Hey, marcus. Hey. Hey, john. Thanks for having me on my wife, Mary happy mother's day. Mary, thanks guys. But back to the obviously the Lakers, which is what we're all here to talk about the pros, the protests, the for the first guy, you guys talked to you that within that crowd. I felt like he grossly misrepresented a lot of logical Laker fans with with whatever happens and. He said, what do you want? And he said, whatever happens man -pletely completely agree with you. What was that? That's a shame. But but you heard the second fan, right? I actually didn't think I was on hold for for the he was very very good guy came off really smush should be the spokesperson for the entire group. The entire sixty of them, right? Yeah. About this about this one thing about the protests is that like at least a hopefully some way to draw attention to genie. And because it when I'm listening to you guys every day, and you know, I'm I'm I might as well work for the Lakers as much as I follow the team. But like it just every day, I'm constantly on it. But besides that, it seems to me as though everybody in the media, so many fans like all know, what the the the right thing to do here is and what most other professionals and owners would do which was higher like you said that the most qualified people get out of the way. I mean this this off season that we have coming up could be so huge like, it's just it's just the squander this. Like, if if we if our front office wasn't order, there'd be absolutely nothing negative almost to say about the Lakers. Like, we've got we've got a legendary player in LeBron. We've got our books or our books. Look nice. And we have a nice young core. Like, I am Marcus. I said yesterday, I think the Lakers if you're living on Mars for the last five years, and you came down, and you looked at the Lakers situation, and the Celtics situation, I actually think the Lakers are. Better positioned, mainly because the Celtics have to unmovable contracts, especially Gordon Hayward. Gordon Hayward Al Horford, and then the Lakers have no bad kind. I think Al Horford is a very underrated player. Right. But you can't treat you cannot move. No. We don't have any flexibility. So if you're gonna make a move for let's say an Anthony Davis. You've got to put Jason Tatum in that deal. And Gordon Hayward is an albatross. Right. Maybe although and thanks markers for the phone call. Although I was thinking about something. What's the worst contract in the NBA right now what jumps out at you? Chris Paul, correct? Well, crayon wall. No, John John wall is Chris Paul is definitely worse than John because John wall age well because Chris Paul you have to play him you'll go for all the money, you're paying you have to pay at least John while you can say, well he's out for the year, crisp clusters getting blown by on the outside. And here's the weird thing. He was given that contract by the guy you and I both agree is the best jam in the league. That's how hard this is. I can't believe Daryl game that contract. But I know why did it Chris Paul agreed to be traded to the clippers. And he got a promise from the rockets that we will take care of you. When you become a free know, you're assuming that they don't win the series with Golden State, and I don't go to the finals champion happens. It was all worth it. If they win one title forty five million. You have to pay him in three years, you'll you'll take it as cost to doing business. And especially if I Paul has a big game tonight or a big game on Sunday. Then I have to eat my words, but he is getting thirty eight million next year forty one in twenty twenty twenty twenty one. And then he's got a player option for forty four in twenty one twenty two. And and what people are saying is he already looks old. Oh, sure it does. Okay. So. Darrelle is he won't be able to move that contract. No because nobody will take that money. But if he didn't take care of Chris, then he never be able to make another trade like that. Because nobody would believe him when he said, hey, come play for us. And then we'll take care of us of reagents. As a matter of fact, I've I've heard because I know some guys that live in that world that when less Alexander sold the team to Tillman for Tita. Yep. He said, hey, wanted conditions of me telling the team to you. You should know. Is Darrel promised Chris balletic Arab them. So if you break that promise rhino trust you, right? You can you can break it. It's not like in writing or anything. But Darryl game is word. Right. And for Titas said, well, I want the team. So let's go. And so now, I'm sure what for Tita says I inherited that I had to do it. I hold home. I go to do with that. Yeah. But, but that's I mean, that's how hard this is, you know, you I know you're big fan of Sam prestige. I am press. You could argue completely botched the thunder because he had Durant harden and Westbrook and the one he. Kept was Westbrook. Yeah. I should've kept your aunt or harshly or Arden or hardened yet. But Durant was the one of the three pick the lurks. One of the biggest Westbrook fan of it's hard, man. You can make you can blow it you blood. U N blood? I will take more of your calls. Eight seven seven seven ten ESPN fasttrack coming up in than an out. I know. But what is LeBron thinking? That's to me. That's the other shoe to drop the other shoe to drop is. Is LeBron going to say something or do we have to wait for the next episode of the shop the shop is your answer because the shop is certainly he's going to talk about this. He talks about everything on the shop talked about Magic Johnson on the shop. But what's he thinking right now he knows that any set on this past episode of the shop he feels betrayed by what Magic Johnson did. But he also said when somebody reported Greg do we have that where yells this is not true, he mcmanamon, and I actually believe mcmanamon and everything I really do mcmanamon was doing a report on ESPN. And he was saying that if the Lakers don't get their act together. Lebron could ask to leave and then LeBron posted on his Instagram feed. This. Through. True it and he's he's working out in front of the window. Daddy, when did that go down one on one of the many times you fell and broke ribs? What was that incident in ankle was that? So that was before the whole tight Lou right thing right now. Magic step. Wait a minute. Steve standby. Yeah. Josh online, four was at the protest. Josh first of all are you safe? Are you? Okay. Did you get trampled in any way? It was hilarious. What a joke. We're not gonna protest. We're not. Let me tell you. The problem here is is that in LA people wear hats of sports teams. And you ask them if they're a fan, and they say, I just liked the hat. The only way will you go up to somebody who's wearing white socks. I say, oh, you're white. No. I just like that. So I after ten years of being here. I stop asking people who their favorite team is if if they are the hat now the Lakers, though, they're a brand everlasting. And they will they will get through this most difficult time it will happen. Hey, Josh curiosity. Why didn't you at fault? Because Ramona was the one that said unofficially that Lou would be the next head coach though, she should definitely own that. Well, Mason reported that you was the next night coach after he saw the birth. Once you see the birthday cake. I don't and by the way, I just want to I don't think Momo ever said he will be I was pushing her. But I don't think she ever said he will be leaving in that. Unless you know, I mean, and they were they were talking. I mean, clearly there was a new. Goshi action that Lou blew up. But there there was a point at which it was true that they were talking. Why did you go to the protest? I see. What it would be like at it would awful. The biggest no wonder no one's reporting on it. Because it's a joke. I mean, it's an absolute joke. Nobody really they thought they were getting something for free. That's probably why they went. I I don't know. But I will tell you that I will tell you that the Lakers are it's a blessing that high Ron blue is not going to be the coach. He's not a good coach will Braun is the one that will them to that championship. When Draymond green was the Jackson. You know was suspended for a game. It it really had the coach before Taiwan Liu led the Cavs over fifty wins each year. He was the coach and LeBron said, I want Tyron Liu. So he is not the answer to the Lakers problems. The Lakers answers will the problems will be answered in free agency. And and that how they can rebuild. It will not be through the next head coach because Braun is the player code on that. All right. Josh, thanks for the phone. Call angry call. It was a joke. Judge Joe case it, by the way, you get a very underrated movie line in there that most people didn't get the we're not gonna protest from with Jeremy Piven great movie, by the way, just wanted to throw that out there. Jim, wait. You're you're you're declaring that PC you all it was a great movie. Good. Was a very funny movie. It is it's a great movie. Alright Anthony Anthony in Inglewood has a conspiracy theory. And if there's one way to get on the show, it's to have a conspiracy theory. Anthony, what is your theory? If you just look at the clue that have been out there Kylo with aspirin, Jason Kidd on the Lakers wanted to pick the coaching staff earlier, Stephen a Smith at asked Mark Jackson to be assistant coach. Honestly, I think what the Lakers are doing. They're trying to follow the blueprint that. Maybe the Rams are warriors. Have they wanted to bring on two coaches that are capable beat a head coach, you guys fed earlier that surround you you surround yourself with the best possible talent. And let it be. So I I think that's what the Lakers plan van there've been trying to bring in to head coaches to run this Laker team. So I seem ever to have true head coaches. There's there's. Anthony, Serena right sports who had coders some Dane brilliant idea out of the box thinking if you have to when they run out on one end you have the offense of coach. And when they go to the other end of the defense. Oh, wait a minute here. He is the man who predicted the thousand man, March in the street. Hey. Sadat? I was close. There was fifty. Bag your close million people there what happened to yourselves and man Marta. You can mock them all you want John Ireland. But those are your constituents pay your salary. I know and by the way, they got the entire media to show up. It's a win win a milk. God you're going to treat this as successfully Aerotech LA times every media outlet in this. I know George here's where I'm going to disagree with you. That's a win for those kids back year old kids a badge showing if if if I'm Jeannie bus, and rob Lincoln, Linda Rambus and Kurt Rambis, and I'm sitting in El Segundo, and I'm like, oh, God there's going to be a big rally, and that's gonna make us really look bad, and I look out and I see the scattering a smattering of people that show up. I'm actually going to get into my position even more George here argument is that because they got the media to show up. That's a win for them. Just gonna read you the media headlines from this Sports Illustrated, a sad number of Laker fans, actually showed up to protest the state of the franchise outside state pot. I don't care what they covered their sports Illustrated's covering a sad covering rush Markazi, this might actually be rock bottom for the Lakers picture of that road test. That's, but that's that's. Kind of my point if it actually reflect so poorly that there's indifference out there potentially. That's another way to read it. It could be read as indifference. It could be read as John the town may have moved into what are your stages of grief? Acceptance accept which is which is the worst possible thing. Right. But there's no way you can considered a successful thing. It was bad for the people who did it. It was bad for their twenty two year old kids, and they got forty media members to show up. That's pretty damn impressive. I think I completely disagree with you. I think that what like you said Mace the danger is that the Lakers go see they're not mad at us. Nobody cares. Okay. Well, I mean if I think that's gonna cause them. I mean, knowing what's going on over there. I think that's gonna cause them again really silly of them because if you see social media, it's a fire star bid from them to be silly. It's a firestorm, right? They are stubborn air dug in case use millennial. You should be defending these kids. I'm not I'm not attacking these kids. I mean, good good for them. They did they tried a little something. I think. Should've been I think they've done a disservice to all of the fans who have legitimate anger over the church to the point you just made they should have executed this on social media. They should have done a social media protest because everybody can do that behind the light. I haven't. I mean, they're over there. Chanting fire Rambus while hashtag fire Rambus would be much more effective. Right. You you get that thing. Trending. And all of a sudden, you know, then you've then you've got a movement said there, yelling fire Rambus and the Greg went down and yelled, which one right? I mean somebody's holding by somebody's holding a sign sell the team. I mean, if you put a hashtag out hashtag sell the team that that has short time. We'll say gee was convinced you were going to come in. I appreciate the way you played this convince you're gonna come commit and go. Oh, no. There were thousand people. There you go. Look there may be more later. It is LA. You should have two coaches. You have Phil come back that way just coach the home games. Hey, wait a minute thrown. That was the thing was gonna coach just the home. If you have to it coaches, and you have one coachie off in one coach the defense and one of them's fill then do you replace the defensive head coach when Phil doesn't show up for the road games? Do you need a third head coach? No, I think what you do you just get filled for the home game. Right. And then you could figure out what you want. Fill to be the coach when he went didn't want to coach the road games who Luke Kurt. Oh, good Lord. Yeah. That nineteen percent winning. I know we're going to do this purgatory George before you get out of here, thirty seconds. Why you why you don't like the Jason Kidd rumor, I don't like it. Because first of all he doesn't have a great track record as a coach this. Yes. Could he have helped Janas? Sure. But Jared Dudley was out there on the podcast today. Saying that Jason Kidd wanted to start Jared Dudley over Jaanus. So like how does that vote appearance? I come on. So the other part of it is they got rid of him both organizations because he sought power, good luck. Rapids. Hope you have is behind you. That's the thing. He is a very political guy. But you're not gonna going all the way back by the way to getting his head coach at Cal ice is, sir. See you're not gonna out political. I don't know you can't give broad that. That's like if you get Tyrian insertion in the same rooms, thirsty a lot. When your best move is a head coach is spilling a soda on the floor. Like come on. You know, it's true. It's true. I George all-seeing purgatory. I'm gonna March. All right. Excellent. Make a sign. Well, Jake when Morales aside. I love that. All right. I don't know where where the Keyshawn shirt to. We'll you'll be like a walking billboard which Ford down there. Fasttrack in twenty minutes. Mason and Ireland ESPN Elec. All right. So what we know at this moment is that the Lakers have interviewed former Indiana Pacers head coach Frank Vogel who took the Pacers two consecutive Eastern Conference finals, and they are planning to interview J B Bickerstaff who was an interim coach in Houston. Then an interim coach in Memphis before getting the job for one year. Not the most spectacular resume in the world. We know that they've interviewed Jason Kidd. We know that they have interviewed John Howard who's down in Miami working for Pat Riley in the heat. We are hearing rumors about guys like Lionel Hollins. There's a Mark Jackson rumor there is a Mike Woodson rumor, but we. Exactly know where the Lakers are gonna go for their next head coach. But I would argue that they should now be in. No hurry at all. Right. And you made the point earlier that they should maybe wait until July when they have something else to announce to announce the coach because right now there is no positive news to announce and whatever eight ever coached, they choose is not going to be taken as positive news. The Lakers are not following any blueprint. That's so they are not apps there. Absolutely. Not following any blueprint. They had no blueprint yet. So they could I mean, they could wait until they have free agent. You know, they could announce everybody at once. Well, they will they will need to. They can't let whoever whatever coach they decide on. They can't let them go out there and face. What is sure to be an awful lot of fire from both local media, national media and fans and by the way, so nixed week is the NBA draft lottery. You know, the Lakers have a two percent chance of getting the number one pick you see who they're sending coups. Yes. He I mean could answer those questions and Greg didn't you say that Pelinka's going to be there? Yeah. He'll be in the back. It'll be in the back of. Yeah. So the way that works is you have to have one Representative in the back room where they actually do the ping pong ball driving. But that person has to turn his cell phone in at the door and cannot communicate to the outside room that way everybody's in the room when it actually happens, and then you stay robs in the room when they're doing it. Yeah. John black used to get to do that. He would go in the in the tech hang in the room. And then whoever your actual represent. Additive in this case Kyle Kouzmin is is out on the days. So coups won't know. But when the envelopes are opened Pelinka will know, right. He'll already know what what has happened. Is it fair to say that the entire Laker front offices in that back room? Then no, no, you can only have one guy writing. Yeah. The ram by aren't going to be there. The ram buyer left out and Kurt. Well, they may be I don't know. They may be going where is the draft lottery. Greg is it normally Bardsley's? Yeah. That's where it usually. Yeah. I I've heard they've they've moved in around in pastures one year it was in Chicago. And but it's not if there was ever a time for unfrozen Haga hoops situation. Chicago. Yeah. All right. So in in that is win. If you have any rabbit's feet four leaf clovers anything, can you imagine if the Lakers end up getting a top three pick. They have a two percent chance. Again, the number one pick they should draft like somewhere between eleven and fourteen. Yup. But there is a chance. Yeah. There's a chance they've got a two percent chance of the number one pick and a nine point four percent chance of a top four pick. So if they. And this is also true the Knicks. So if you're the Knicks and you get the number one pick. And you're signing. Kevin durant? Do you trade the number one pick for somebody like Anthony Davis? You just take ion? Words. Okay. I'll give you a good example when LeBron left Miami and went back to Cleveland. Yup. The Cavs had the number one pick. They drafted Andrew Wiggins. Yes. But he never played a game wrecked. Who was traded on the spot? Now, while they waited in August, they traded him for Kevin love because they're thinking was Kevin love is already ready to compete for championship. Right. And so Andrew Wiggins went to Minnesota Kevin Lynnwood. So the Knicks would be faced with the same. Dilemma don't the Knicks. Do you have on up? Don't the Knicks have as good of a chance as anybody like a fourteen percent percent chance of getting the number one overall pick. Yes. If the the teams with the best chance, our New York, Cleveland and Phoenix fourteen percent next is Chicago at twelve and a half. And after that, it's at Lanta at ten and a half. Boy, Phoenix gets them. That's a slew of young talent. And it would be the second year in a row, they got the number one pick. They took the Andrea eight and last year, I e SPN Elaine Mason in Ireland. By the way, big game six to now. Let's talk about that. I I actually am. I know I'm the only one who thinks this. I think Klay could go full Klay tonight and the warriors could sneak in and steal it. Now. This is a tremendous amount of pressure on James harden, and Chris Paul the opportunity in here's situation. The warriors lead 3-games-to-2 if the word of the game tonight is in Houston if the warriors win the series is over. Yes. And James harden, Chris Paul who have been claiming all year long that they were ready to do what they couldn't do last year and take out the warriors would not only fail to do it. But they'd failed to do it when the best warrior. Kevin Durant was out because Durant done for the series with a strained calf. So the all the pressure is on harden and Paul don't you think it is? And the way James harden disappeared for the final eight and a half minutes. One shot one game five the fact that the moment Steph curry the moment. Kevin Durant went. Down Steph curry outscore, James harden, and and Chris Paul combined. All the sudden the warriors looked like that Seventy-three win warrior team as opposed to the K D reliant team. I would not count them out. They're getting seven and a half points tonight. No. So what are you guys doing mythical money mythical money, Greg or are you going to bet this? I am going to bet it what did you? What did you? Did you pay when Our Lady I am going put great should go first. He's way for sure ahead. Although my mind's made up no matter what right. I'm going to go with the warriors me to seven wars plus seven and a half I twenty five hundred I'm going to two thousand. Yeah. It's you're so cheap. And then we've got a big old Leedom inlet. And then I am also I want the odds of who's going to sit on the iron throne. Because by the time, I got back from vacation. We're gonna very good ideas. Your when you? When you get out of talk. Thrones this week. I am not going to be there for the big episode five. This is the episode that Amelia Clark said get in front of the biggest TV you can find it. It has a chance to be the best game of thrones episode ever who's in your Wednesday. Greg you're not. So it's a. Oh, oh, so we gonna talk thrown. That's right. I'm getting this is one you're going to talk about on Monday. All right. So we'll tell about it on Monday, who's the? Oh, no. But that's Michael. Yeah. We don't want to do it with Mike ways day that they're going to be Brian or Andy on Tuesday. And then Brian Randy on Thursday and Friday also. So I'll just make Brian on Tuesday Blinn has become a one to one favorite to sit on the iron thrifty. I need. I need odds. Not reading ran et. I'd kid. I. Him on the iron throw. What I am going to put. Okay, Tyrian is at five to one five to one bad bet. No that's five g's on that. You could twenty five. That's a good bet. I'm gonna put five grand mythic -ly Ontario in Lancaster to sit on the iron. What sons I I've to one son is three to one. That's not good. Yeah. The odds are now gender Kendra is down to nine to one to one going down the blind. I locked inside thirty two one a week ago. And she's now fourteen to one. All right. So I got a little. Yeah. That's still varies fourteen to one now. Yeah. So that's gone down. You've got to thirty. You've got a good spot. Yeah. But I don't think it's going to happen to you know. It's just one. K we have by the way, that's the only game tonight. Right. The only NBA game tonight Golden State Houston Sunday is shaping up to be like unbelievable. Think about it. Is sunday. Okay. I found better odds I found better odds for me. I've I've got tearing at nine to one I found him at nine to one on odd shark. Okay. What's the what was it for gingery Gandhi on shark is six two one oh nominee take the nine to one? You take the nine to one. And I'm going to take the one also the ninety one who read me anybody that's higher than twenty two one or higher. Sam well Sam Tardelli now. No, don't do it. Now. Funny. One servcies. What did you get her at thirty? Yep. She's at thirty Jamie's at fifty. Bron? He's not getting various money's not getting Dabo's. You're on great joy, you know, what? Gimme Jamie for thousand Greg. Okay. Give me Jamie for thousand. And what does he hit fifty to one? John just playing the long shot. Yeah. Get their there. One of those land those in sexual land Lancaster twins end up on the throne. I know what the craze. Here's what's crazy to me. So the Lakers are in lockdown all hunkered down and El Segundo. It's you know, genie and Robin and curd in Linden Jesse and Joey, and Tim, and they're all talking and yet information's leaking out. Right. We're still getting information out of there. Think about how many think about how many people it takes to keep the secret of who sits on the iron throne. If you look at the credits for game of thrones. There are lighted hundreds of people involved. And what worries me is brand at one to one means somebody might know something. Yeah. He's got the odds of definitely gone down. Although I can't imagine like the post production supervisor for game of thrones is fine. Ending way to bet on brand stark being on the iron throne at the end of it. Yeah. Remember though betting in England is a big deal. Yeah. They call it punting. Everybody punts in England. But you right. How many so many people have seen that script? So many people have seen the script. So many people have were same is true for any movie. Like the same is true for ventures endgame. That's why we hate the Shawn McCoy McCoy so much McCoy tried to screw it up for all of us. All right. Real quick. We hit this earlier when I hit it again before we get to fast track. Here is some analysis untie Lou. And what went wrong with him becoming head coach of the Lakers. This is Brian Windhorst on his hoop collective podcast. They played right into that. They basically said you can be LeBron's coach. But we don't actually believe in you as a coach we don't believe in you being our coach in a post LeBron era. Right. But maybe didn't really want him. I said, no. I know there's I said yesterday, isn't it kind of the offer of marriage to a girl? Hey, we can get married if you really want to. Yeah. But this is just wrong headed on their part. And and she no girls going to accept that. Why would you not? Why would you not want to tie? I'm going to tie the other piece of sound. You're about to play to the one you just played. Okay. So. Let's say tied Lou. Is not a perfect fit for LeBron with kyri. What if Kyrie is coming? And I don't know if he is. But Jackie MacMullan might here. So put those two things together. Maybe kyri doesn't care, Ian, LeBron even though they already wanna title with maybe kyri, you know, kyri begged out of there. So maybe he didn't wanna play for Tyler you don't know. But I don't think Tyler yesterday you, and I were both making the argument that we think it could come back around that delayed cooler heads, prevail. Less stubborn heads. That's not going to happen. I I agree with that too. I think that that they're they're done with each other. And they're moving on. Yep. I think that's absolutely the case. I coming up for you next is fast track. Mason and Ireland ESPN LA.

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"Yes is a whole vibe. Man. I'LL MAKE ME. All The rabbit. Man A. Talk. Writing. I WANNA get full credit I'm usually. Show. Like, sample that that samples retarded Indy Indy Young, we're here. Introduction. Not. When I Knock. Okay. So what we're GONNA do is Usually, DJ now. So let's check in. Welcome to another episode of pause for applause podcast. Let me see if I can get my time and down is yours truly. The. Only will took showing their love a hip hop, the coach and everything you thought it. Would would've been Manaf different ahead of that. Energy different set out. Josh first of all. First of all congratulations to Josh. Finding out. Oh, girl dead. Yeah. Well. You know what? That's not a bad idea. You don't Ya Steel at Man Yeah Sam I'm. that. I'm GonNa Stop Day because you know. Different Levers. Dead It's a lot. It's a lot anyway We're here. We're back for another week Thank you for tuning in. I. Know we're doing a lot right now we're getting it systematically around to what needs to happen already for our progression if our prosperity and you know if you know Dj. Nats more prosperity reason indeed. So you're. Yum. Fantastic man happy to be happy to be alive ready to celebrate life like we always do this town right about this time. So I'll let you know you're. Not? No, Fam. I'm trying to change up to. Formula I stick. To. Start in that, we are starting at what's been the most pressing thing on my mind and it's a little bit series. So understands a little different what we're about culture self-improvement, self awareness, self growth, and music as well. So we're GonNa talk about Brianna Taylor. and. What most recently happened. So for the good people that don't know. So the people that don't know enlighten him while I'm still getting text message. most importantly. So What Happened Louisville Kentucky this week was beyond the Taylor family they came back with and they settled the wrong with this update wrongful death lawsuit of Adriana Taylor and they are being paid. Twelve million dollars, civilly right. About criminal case. Would talking about the civil case right. So I wanted to bring that up to. I. Don't even know how to put it correctly but the thing about it is right it's a step in the right. Direction? by them saying and willing to say, Hey, we're giving up twelve million dollars. Days some wrongdoing the hat on right so Now. I. Take It away selling on the speed on I think it's just a admits some we did something wrong. You know what? I mean any anytime the settlement they see the I did something wrong I want to push the push it no further but I don't want it to be viewed as and I don't want to be taking his hush money. That's what I don't want because. After money because no amount of money's bringing family member back. So like you can say, they took me out you could give me a trillion dollars. I don't care I want my family member back I don't care about this money, but because this money to burn down I never know what's GonNa Happen. I don't care about no money money gonNA come and go but I don't want I don't want it to lose steam what was really important and that's the conviction and offices that. Murdered her. mean, it was never about the money. That's not what it was about. It was about convicting offices murdered her, and I don't want I. Don't want that to get lost in translation a loss because we got pay off because we got twelve million dollars now and we up Nah no, that wasn't it. That's not what it was for her life was worth more than that. It doesn't equal doesn't. And not even close not even fucking close and for what I was seeing online was a lot of people you know complained like Yoda about the money. This I can't I can't do that to them. I'm not ready to do that to him and and the other thing is man who's to say what it's about because I don't. Like. You don't gotta live with that death. You know what I mean that's not on you like that's how family like you don't. You don't know what that person is going through that might be something you gotta get this. I need to go sit down I need to get out of the spotlight. I need to heal my own way so I can't judge them if they like you're GonNa take this and I'm like I need to get up to spotlight and he'll I I don't know what they're going through because unless you walk into a no shoes, you really don't know but I just want as a whole everybody else not necessarily family like I. Don't want to stop pushing envelope, right? Like don't stop y'all got the money. Good. You deserve that because they were dead ass wrong right now let's now let's convicted offices that murdered her how `bout we charge them I That's the first step. But the thing about it is that I want people to remember this is once again, it's a civil case so and this. Is, part of the process for this is why it's different normally to civil cases are settled after the criminal case. So that's why this is a little bit different than what's going on. So you got we got to pay attention to the momentum that's going on. It's going in a different direction. So all of the different protests sat until freedom. Shout my saw was homegirl lame who runs with my son in his apart until. accuracy, her face and that game. Slip on my right now I'm GonNa get it back in a second But I just want to them for moving. Right. They moved to another city for right, York to bring attention to where you need to be brought to like. Right. So we're going to push this and fight this fight until this into over exactly as we'll say, towards one wars one so. See you out here. So I wanted to start it off by talking about that most present day has been going on song recently, and a lot of people don't understand that it's only that part is a civil case. The money part is just a civil case Is Don't stop saying her name. Keep on protests and keep on all of that. It's not over that's part of it as part of the process as I really feel like a part of them doing that is kind of deflect of course on the criminal case. So I just want people to understand what attention need to be sent and be focused on Now with that being said yeah speaking. Being Payoff Pitch. Did you see the clippers game? Oh Wow. That's Transitions betray iota is something else something else? We purposely trying to make him terrible to. You I don't. Want to tell me how Leonard is a top five player NBA ever Oh you don't you take an F. Ari. You to Janas to get Outta here. Bro, wait wait a minute you. Wanna Go. WHOA I want both of. What the? Hell. I. was until. I want all star. Team. Of these things. Do they date choke that one out boy. So they choked what does that rank to you when it comes down to? Expectations where people expected the clippers because there's people expected. To play the Lakers in. Opposed to be the thing and it just never happened never came together and the crazy part is. The ultimate Lebron Fan I. Know I know what? My my loyalties to the Lakers. Diehard broke I wish I could jump off somebody else's. I'm stuck I'm where I am but. I just think about how he's if this was this was the Bron-. They will crucify him right. That would be killing him. So kill Kuwa-. Kill him I mean have I mean the difference is though? Toronto team last year that wants to win. So that's what differences passed. So now that they've lost way, do they rank as far as flops enough flowers choke choke jobs pause an NBA playoffs. Yeah, it's pretty hot man like I don't. I ain't gonNA say. Because I hated the. Lebron Mavericks here is still. I'm. Not, that makes me sick to my I hate that they lost that one because that was okay that's a good point. So let's start right there. I was. So the the heat, every one wasn't three one no, that's what. I was going in you know it's going with the warriors head versus. The. That's number one. That's number one right. GotTa. Be Warriors. Warriors cast as. Part of me. Let me get right because you. Had nothing to do with that but you boy did some dribble round of course anyways. So was that number one you gotta be number one. Okay. So that's number one. Are you putting the clippers failed issues of the Heat Mavericks Fail. talked to him well, because you the profession I'm just watching. I think only because it was three one. But like. Listen when you look at the talent like. On, on on Denver they have a bunch of good players. y'All have. y'All probably had the joke had the two best players no excuse. Me Scratch that you had the best plan next year, which is which is Cola. And Paul. George is not that far behind he's he's not but he was I'm. Paul George might have been even worse as bad as he was pulled out to humorous. That will just a terrible way to go out especially when I was talking, I was telling the whole season. Already like Patrick Beverley in Paul talking kingship then y'all got cement. Tracer, they don't WanNa know more. Damian. CJ mccollum was trolling the shootout them to appreciate that. Let me. Listen this listen. We're were they trolling and token crab back? Lucas. Exactly. They vacate was into loom Howard H. How would they talking? But the only reason I was talking because Paul George Pat Bell was giving him shit but they beat them right. None of that doughnut they got kicked out before they get. So when did the when? When did the chevrolets lose this? First round to the Lakers. Oh okay. But you still got the nerve to talk. I would started with him right and so he goes he said they can talk but guess what s in both Iota giant I sent both at home previous I know you remember. But it's previous. It is and we but we never play jobs. So the fact that you get smacked with, we get to the point where you're supposed to be yet. I thought it was pretty respecting especially from CJ mccollum you got you got Denver and seven. Latest. Now we go. We go in. What? You're saying. Well, he was say Murray. Furry Furry Blurry. Because they got the home court advantage. You got both in the Miami. Miami I WANNA see Miami, versus La only because I'm a huge I'm a huge wasn't fank Tim. Riley. Oh. Jimmy Butler Jimmy I'm a huge Jimmy Butler from the beginning. Up to. About on good you get on that. I wanted to bring up the Knicks I want. Speaking of, don't do that. Don't do that. We talked we talked about Steve Nash in Brooklyn, but we could talk about the Knicks as well. But you know what we'll to that. We'll come back to that and we'll come back. We'll come back to that later. I WANNA know I want know from you is since we hit. On, let's talk about some music real quick go. would you be listening to because I, know what you're listening to but I want to hear what you've been listening to. I mean it's not as repeat for So to my week three. Week three now I listen to Sean young actually don't. I don't I like Bijon I'll make a bit in is out but I like big John's okay it's not. Any nights out but it is gonNA. Talk about anything you want to. Delve into the gentleman nip is nuts I I really liked that. The single okay. I like to the bar by him and Kendrick like. Whatever they may have had no. Tough right. Did I love to Stories in between songs I think those are dope and like you. I know you're not growing up in hip-hop like that was scheduled always out. Like, and now it has not been for a while at all like little stories in between I thought they were really don't very well done the day Chapelle one is hilarious. It was just very interesting. Listen to it. Did you hear his I say this? I because this is. To. Did. You hear his I may say Detroit. Yeah. Okay cool. So you know the president's happens like that. So that's what I came from. Right but you're saying that that was still an additional in addition to the project. Yeah, right. But that was a dope bonus in there because like I said like I, it was dope sometimes schizo either be trashed I. Don't belong here. It'll be really really well done like these were. Because he had that when he had eric. When was It was well put together so good. Okay. So that's what he proved. So did you hear Conway's album? Because let me go I go I know you're going I gotta go I because I'm not and I've been I've been on record saying we've been saying that's but I'm letting you go I. I'm not the Super Gazelle defame at all but you know what I'm saying I respect what they do is not. At all we know. As far as lake I'm forty two. So I feel like the crack in the drug we've been there. All right. So at first for the first couple years and the same bpm speaking as a DJ. It didn't speak to me the same way. But this one. For. This project here the boys. May. I gotta put it. I'll put it like this. They've been four projects that have been semi released and I say semi reason semireligious in the month of August and the beginning. September. They have really been the best the year to me the knives and the big show on. The Conway and one that hasn't been released it. So my last week the Stimuli Red Lettuce hanna-barbera I know. How you talking about Albany out, Shit my bag but understand when you hear it. You'll stay. So you're welcome. More than you're welcome. So rose four projects that have happened in the last five six weeks. You know what? I mean have really set twenty twenty on another parallel. But so I your feedback Not Account Way is I. Like I said, I always knew the Griselda Casket Rabah that wasn't that wasn't negative thing like you said like it we knew they could rapping. Nudie. Pic Beats was crazy is. Hit boy did is right and not, and I hit while he's doing shown bennies and he's on. But he's he's he's going to do Benny's project to but he's on Conway's albums. Way Is he's on fire right now head boy he is on fire listens super fire is. Listen killing it right. Talk. You revisited the lockout Oh. Notice I left a lot out of that top four but I'd ever visit lots visit. We didn't really talk about. You know what? On I? I listen I ain't GonNa Laugh Fan. I listen I was disappointed and I go. On I listen I wasn't I wasn't. I. Wasn't it? I did like the. The Gazelle detract and he was it was the best song. Is still is the me honest with you I mean it really but like I I wanna I heard I was. You know what? Sometimes when like when rappers I know we talked about this to win win when those older acts mixed with the younger acces don't always look the right way and that's what to me would so impressive about nauseam. Because very really a legacy act and that's what I know. He's still relevant. He's still he's still knows. FAM-. Now, it's been A. Fan. What are we going on? Damn near thirty something years thirty, nine, thousand, ninety, four, close in. The of Medical Nineteen ninety funeral in rap years. That's one hundred. Rapids is like dogs bro like that that. You're gone. But of course. Should have never been released, releasing them singles back to back to back to Jersey but he had a nice check from that come on. Come on I. Hope he still has all that money anyway. Not. Giving it back to the laptop not trash is just a it wasn't expecting it and I I still think it could be better. They still remain a ass off because they are who they are right but. The album wasn't great. It wasn't I mean it wasn't trash and at first. I was like that how I I and I was like, Oh, you saying a lot. Wasn't it because I'm saying why don't play because you saying a lot right now? Super Fan. That's my favorite show ever. Yeah. Like I. Really just thoroughly enjoyed the last show. I went to when they and they was Headlinin they crush was that your favorite show All the time. Really really all I've seen. Jay Mad Tom. So who's next so lax at the masquerade was number one and mind you this was just last year we're not long ago it was two thousand nineteen. Or eighteen maybe eighteen maybe. Right. So give me two more. That's on the same level. Same Level. Said you'll come back to. That Scotty one Jacob I like, you know what it is I knows I like some are being in a small venue always kills me like they always it always just seems dope I've seen a nominal because I'm a super arm be fan but I think music. Scene Music so out. One, time at the Tabernacle and then I'm GonNa tell ago it was it was like is dude open for and nobody ever heard of his name was life and so he comes on. Like just like last week anyway. I know that out there. So you know when somebody's opening your like most. Open. So he comes out it's just hilarious. These singing background dancers a cracking like their voices I'm sitting like. Travel. I. In life he just got out. It was. Back. Your. Rama noodles. And some be sticking. Let's. Just. Say. Boom. was cracking. Michael La. Like. Like. He was a fresh. Start going to work I was like. He got. That he had to get. A now he's going okay, he's going. In the background and it wasn't as background, it wasn't handle was his background. Dope, he opened music that night music fucking on and crushed. So so you're saying. Any of them Jay counters I went to. Okay. So Jay's his. You know it'd be productive. It'd be event it'd be so let's let's do this. Let's say you're saying no locks two, thousand, eighteen I see you DMC he corrected us he said two, thousand eighteen because he was. So, you're saying the lock show was willing Topaz show music and I'm gonNA throw life shallow bail number two. The J. J.. J. One Jayme Mary hard knock Life Lake to more that was amazing. To, run toll was amazing onto the four, four, four joint or Like like their productions wrote, they're putting the locks and music. So child ahead because I like I like little venues like they they they seem more intimate. It's more like you know what I mean when it's less people in you feel like you more part of the show I, gotta go see Jay it's going to be an arena stadium there's going to be stadium. And it'd be fun as Hell Yeah but like it just feels different the feeling to say. Iowa I'm I'm. A I'm. A. Four one I felt a little different because it was at Phillips and got mad late but yeah, had a circle stays. So David incorporate all of that. But that was up there I think that four four, four one was probably my second favorite one next to and we pivot somewhere else has always been I think the whole life towards my favorite Jay right and then had to be the J. in Mary show not and then four fork. Because I was on the floor Jane Mary Show you know what I'm saying I was and my but. Wait a minute wait. Wait a minute. It was you say even go and nobody listen I, went with someone he amazed Soda J. Mary One was something else because you know you take a date he's going to be some special in a misuse especially listen. Listen. Listen, I, see all the time. This is my daughter's mother. So it was fine. This this alphabet go you. No but it was like that's my order of. Talking about total shows. been a Lotta shows. Shows. That's why it's hall for me to get out the house now to come to going, you know what? I'm saying the bad feeling, the union one, the number one. Oh my gosh that was another last minute one year. And that was like I was in those for that could be waited to the last minute. Llosa. Because Tam wanting to just one reason we got to see boys in the hood off four them before together Jisi big I can't remember anybody's name right now don't hold it against me but that's the last time you're going to see that in Atlanta see what I'm saying they not performing together again you know what I mean so stuff like that and enjoy. And Jody Breeze and in. Second but Yeah notice but he's this. One was something else that was going to be not crazy. Oh, speaking of bad boy speaking. Oh now is actually a good transit. Hotel give. Digging into Crown Yeah. EVERYB- you've seen it a million times. It's on t shirts on everything in the soda. The crown was six crown found. The took the Pitcher with Oak Recently, Sofa six, hundred, thousand dollars get out here. What sort of crown came from dollar stores, six bucks and again so somebody has right now is worth six hundred gs. Syndicate for? A MONEY I. Got To. Go Round and God bless you God. Bless you I mean. This is not what you think. Everybody session. So wait a minute. How do you even pick up on random news stories becoming life? Hundred six, hundred K for the big. For photo shoot. I, wonder like what? What, what would you put it in like glass and like the is going glass protective last I'm treating it like I'm treated like Sinai I'm Jersey. You know what I'm saying with the lights on it in all of that make sure you can't touch guys who have I spent six hundred zero something ain't nobody touch. Yeah. But somebody like that day collected you know what I mean so is. Do tank catalog like. He's not he's a client. He's a clown clown I think he's out of jail recently too because I think he settled anyway that's the story we come back. We're not going back. To My. Show, but it just speaks to the same thing where he's talking about when it comes to the culture. They love US finally does all of us we delete. We've been leaders we've been doing ready, but it's like to put a dollar amount. I can't even well, I can divide. But what is that like a sixty thousand increase in price if you paid six dollars for a crown now? So for six hundred, thousand somebody check my mad don't do that. No, I'm not checking home, but I'm just saying it's just a little bit different when you're talking about. A six dollars I'm done saying. So all to say exactly why we KINDA EXIST If you talk about the culture, we understand we try to let people understand the leverage that we have. So anyway. We only it and I don't really get on get on my soapbox, a create wealth and ownership. Apple you and I. Both Us. Yes. Indeed lesson decision you're talking about money whereas my job matter of fact, being a mix of applause from. Wanted to sit at the coming off will do so my last week with technology and how which on move forward and really advanced us but doering. I don't. During cove nineteen put it another way but I'm not doing covert nineteen certain things have really established themselves leveled up. And one of those things technology wise is the robinhood APP. And people like if you're not, if you don't know what it is, don't feel bad I, get it but it's so many of my people who are so many of our people are using robbins APP and understanding This is how beginning to market game because for years and you could be going in as well as I can I'm fell. A majority fell the stock market wasn't for us. It was unattainable was unreachable. It's not where we really going to be a white for as for what holds colder what is. Right everybody ought the same and I think as a culture just in general that's what we will raise on I. Remember my Dad's enemy like, Oh, I watch him and they got the money to stop moaning be jumping off building one day but. He didn't know what I mean. It's not it's not. It's not his this is like as a coach at all like we just never were. Absorbed to a lot of we weren't one instructor will always saw was what they wanted us to see and that was the bad part of it. They're not showing us that listen. That's how bill generational wealth like that's how y'all got it. Many many. Many years like that's how you got all of this stuff and just that to be honest with you. Even if you are now because I jumped into it as a novice I'm not I. Don't I knew nothing about it none wide you started looking I started reading I started like it was just it's not difficult. It's not gonNA cost you a trillion dollars now to invest what you are comfortable with indie because like it's all GonNa matter indeed it's all GonNa matter. So you can show us the APP on your phone hell. No I'm not that. Fancy. Listen you know. No Problem I have no problem showing you is all my. But I don't know how work that while I'm on live I could try to figure that out but now. I got you rabble APP Do they say? Sit got to pull up at. First of all, it's downloaded. DNB In we can go and see all that is I. Know People Doing Anyway. But you know the Bingo. Bow The robber. Is it's necessary. Absolutely see Josh it's necessary for us to really get that generatio- generational wealth going Jason Basic investments. GonNa stop you don't WanNa be like me and use began with sports and that was you know I'm not on was gambler. Death Metal Mike Tyson. Tyson Virginia. Keane or something maybe I made a mistake I'm glad he realized he still gonNA find him but. He may be made thing I respect down. You don't WanNa my favorite subjects we talk about. Indeed versus so We'll be talking Swiss on. So after that last one, the glad the excuse me the chicken and waffles verses The the Sweet Potato Pie. which was good. Chicken want seeking Watson's being. Potato Pie. Okay. So celebrate the. You've been have you been both restaurants in Atlanta before he close okay. 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Janet got mad number ones like the Michigan don't get me wrong I love to watch it and I think it'll be a celebration 'cause they actually friends and I can see that happening but. You don't I. Don't think you understand. Maybe Janet don't credit because brothers who he is, but like I don't sleep. Janet Catalog. Is Retarded. His it just happened to her brother happens to be the King of Pop right like Ila half mad number ones, and you're not the best artist in your family. But judging gone off a how versus works. You Still GonNa Pick Janet Missy I you personally I'm picking. Your picking. The FAM I'M When I say I'm picking picking like eleven nine. You Bet a pig, ten, point, five, nine, point five because this. Is. Bro Nineteen. ninety-seven is when the raindrops super duper fly hey. Nineteen ninety-seven. She had a resurgence just two years ago. Penny. Nobody's sleeping on penny nobody's get to. We're not including acting credit. But. You don't have to you talk about writing credits Sierra. Listen. timberline ginny wine. Hey, and you're still. Get, you slamming the gauntlet down right now I'm I'm playing I'm I think he's GonNa win some of those she is, but I'm taking general. I love you missy. I love you to Janet Vietnam. I'm taking China tell me when I'm telling boy face. You try to tell me right now. That African boy. Phase that. This is. What you want I'm taking Jimmy. Taking I'm taking missy. I'm I'm taking missy four about four because. It's not blow up because I'm. About to about one basically but you said eleven nine like it was really isn't a separation no, it's going to be that close. It is. Okay. So after you past them for them nation a love much anytime anyplace No Jackson five can include them in this. Michael Soles. So I, wouldn't even play screen. You better place, screen. Screen both. The most successful artist of all time might play. Yeah. I'm a need you. 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Some control hoke Janet Porn. Oh, my gosh. Nothing better than the terrible joke then. That's terrible. Not. Especially when ill-timed. Oh my gosh like that makes no sense at all. Anyway. What else we gotta get. Home not brought. Think that's Kind of. I don't think so. I feel like. Yeah Yeah, I, feel like we we we. We kinda talked about your next. We kind of talked about the NBA playoffs we talked about until Bobby Ana Taylor attention because it's necessary Weeding your, we talked about last week and it's my apologies discover music channel. And I got something else after that I don't think rolling. So. Soon. But anyway So the podcast pulse pulse podcast right now we're being distributed by discovery channel. So shut out today you're. Might have let me act right. One you know so anyway so You catch live, right but starting, Sundays, you get the replay on available on I tunes she'll get it available on in tune you get it available on Iheartradio an all day starting this week. We here now youtube stain will be popping next week we grow in as you grow. And we appreciate you. I told him big T- big. Team Common Listen we up. More than enough. So I just wanted disarm discovery channel, which is black on his well number out there. How about that shout them because if you're trying to find out more information about them is discovery channel, they'll come up yet appreciate that. We're GONNA, Alter Blah listen. This guy fast. Success Crazy. That's all I'M GONNA. Say. I'm picking enrolling now don't even look look you're. That's That's all of the only shooting Oh in Africa topic anyway. Oh, it's going to be in the second home. You back watching football no I'm not. I'm keeping up with football, but I'm not watch for Yeah I keep up with those sportscenter all air. Back, in Med rarely. Rarely fro he's playing quarterback was just. A. quarterback. So if you want if you want capital on your squad. They need him could pick them up. You Ain't got to create on me either he's already to. Wow. But that was Kinda cool. No. Threes. Nuts. But. I mean, now get them a damn job and. It really faith. Who would you like to see this? Column Right now is GonNa get. Somebody got hurt. Will I thought the teams would like other quarterbacks Muhannad debt. Like teams like Seattle teams like Arizona. I see you face like he he's he's the perfect back of liberal. NYC He could be no disrespect a version of what you already have. You know what I mean like he can and some cases Richmond's virgin like I'm not trying to be funny it's Kinda cap and your backup quarterback. You probably have a top-five backup in the league guarantee Garin gaurantee guarantee and if he's starting your team, he's there are not thirty two. quarterbacks. Madonna not. Even E, even we have not playing for the just watching the highlights and you can see that. If. Pittsburgh as as a backup I'm guessing because they not lozanes him. Let him go nowhere. Get Him. 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Priscilla and Josh Haynam Ask the Million Dollar Question

Ponderings from the Perch

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Priscilla and Josh Haynam Ask the Million Dollar Question

"Hello and welcome to ponders from the perch. Marketing Company podcast. This is Priscilla mckinney the Mama Bird always does your host and with me today is to for, we're going to have Josh Heynen back from interact. So Josh, how does it feel to be back on ponderings from the perch yet it's interesting I was just reflecting on that it's been a few years and the last time I was on the show I was down in L. A. That's where my company got its founding and I was meeting with my Co Founder and now I'm back in Cisco sitting in my apartment. So it's been quite the journey even in the last couple of years but it's really cool to kind of have those benchmarks. We've had a lot of benchmarks together. We've done a lot of cool things in the last two years. So for those of you who do not know what interact is Josh, first of all is one of the cofounders and it is a place that creates beautiful engaging quizzes that generate leads one of my favorite to talk about. So outside of Interact Josh loves being. With them on Lincoln it's Josh. J., O. S. H. Haney H. A. Y. in am just so you can find him and it's really fun to see some of the other things that he's up to. So definitely find him on social media, but we're gonNA talk about what's up with quizzes. So why don't we start there and I got a couple of things planned for you today Josh because it's been a long time since. You've been on my show, and then it's my understanding that you've got a little bit of a Freebie for my audience. But let's get right into it. What what's the deal with quizzes? Why didn't you guys actually found this? Why? Why? Why is it such a great business move? Yes. So it's it's really old school like really really old school because the premise of it is that a quiz while it has all these other connotations. Is Essentially giving you an opportunity to connect with each of your customers in an individual way but online so. If, you think about it in a different way almost re frame it as a way of connecting or engaging with your potential customers your audience. It's almost like you get to be on your website in person asking people questions to help them find the right products or the right services that match who they are, and you're able to inject your own personality in that way so that you can actually create this one to one connection with everybody who comes onto your website, the way that you would in an actual physical store. And you can recreate that experience and make it feel like a welcome inviting place even though you can't actually be there with the volume of web traffic, you gets literally impossible to every person you can create some of that same. person to person connection by creating a really great quiz that connects with people. I. Love that because there is so much talk right now about and you X. and you know the user experiences there on your website I love how you brought out immediately, it can be a really effective to helping people find the right product which one is right for you and it does feel very personal but there are a lot of other ways to use quizzes I. Think one of the most common ones that people are really familiar with top you know of mine is that kind of that score like test your knowledge kind thing maybe a little bit more buzzfeed kind of mentality that people have. But what are some other ways that people are using quizzes to generate leads for business? What does this mean for marketing? So I think for marketing, it's really a way to make your marketing more personal and so. I I chat with a lot people that are moving over from a static list building tool and we're all familiar with these books and webinars and. Downloads and checklists and things that are really designed to be helpful. But the issue there is that they address one particular subset of people. So if you have a downloadable checklist on. How strong is your instagram marketing strategies something like that That's only at target people that are really focused on instagram. But what if you offer portfolio of services and you help people will Lincoln Marketing and you help people with instagram and facebook and now talk I? Don't know if that's thing yet probably And you can only target one quarter of your audience. If you have a static thing like a checklist on instagram marketing whereas with a quiz, you say. Which Social Network is best for your marketing or you could say, what's your? What's your biggest strength? What's your secret sauce and this is actual quiz that we can chat about later like what's your secret sauce as a marketer and the results can can lead to a different pedia for a different download or a different set of resources depending on who the actual person is this taking this quiz. So instead of like guessing and Automatically, cutting out a bunch of your audience you are now able to actually give everybody what's best for them based on who they actually are in the midst of that because you're having this conversation and you're asking questions relevant and on topic and show that you know what you're talking about. You're building trust your building a little bit of a bridge as people are going through an answering the question so that by the end. There actually intrigued actually believe what it is that you're offering because now you know something about them they they know that you know something about them. So when you tell this my recommendation, it holds a lot more weight because you've listened and you've asked questions and now you're giving up your suggestion rather than just saying, Hey, you need this and people were like, how do you? How do you know you don't know me so I think that is That's really the magic of it. I love it that that idea that you really creating a connection with your audience powerful we know from you know just the magic of of you know a list building and lead generation is that if you lose that rapport forget it don't even bother following up with someone because they took your quiz. Yes but they reporting it. So if you if you don't make it meaningful and make it really customized to them, it can really be all for not. I'm sure you've seen some really horrible quizzes done out there. We've done some really fun ones I i. loved when we did years ago for a actually it was interesting company out of out of Bordeaux and they want it to be able to introduce new types of varietals to people, and we did a quiz with his helpers really great having a small ea really help us put the quiz together but it was about what? What new variety will be your next favorite wine. And that was Super Fund to make and you're right along the way because he could showcase his knowledge by the end. The suggestion was very strong and we were able to correlate that to sales into lead generation. I loved when we did years ago that was like What kind of dog we did for a vet like allegiant trying to figure out who were cat people who are dog people? And we were kind of using it to sort people out. So let's talk a little bit about that because there was a little bit of an ulterior motive I add in creating that one which was to segment this customers list. How often do you see that and what? What's the value there? That is a genius method that. I really have learned from our customers on the best ways to implement that because there's so many really smart ways and I've had a couple of conversations recently where people are running quizzes and tagging their subscribers that they get through the quiz. At the end of the questions, you can put an opt inform, and that's how you get leads from a quiz. You can tag them not only based on their outcome like you're a dog person or you're a cat person, you can tag them based on how they answer any of the questions in the quiz. So if you're asking a question of like you know, where do you prefer to vacation? You can tag people based on that. So then the crazy thing is that now you have this list that segmented out by all these data points, and let's say you do tag people as a dog person or a cat person. You can send dog content of the dog people in these concen cat content of the cat people. Then if your question is about, where do you prefer to go on vacation and you have an article about the place that they shows, you can send that just to those people. Now you're content show personalized recommendations or so personalized it's incredibly powerful. It's like the kind of stuff that is running on these massive companies like Amazon where they just. Recognize ending products and services and things that. They're tracking all of your stuff and that's how they do it but that infrastructure's crazy to build. With a quiz, you can literally just tag it based on what people are actively telling you. So it's different in that way as well because they're opting into telling you what they want because it's a better experience for your customer if they're getting things that are targeted to their particular interest in things that they actually care about then it's obviously way more effective for you and depending on which study you look at. It's anywhere from two to ten times more effective when you offer personalized recommendations as to at least ten. Yeah. We've found that across the board that that's absolutely true but you know what I got it. Josh I get a little bit Excited when we start talking about branching logic because I love the way, you guys make it so easy if this, then as or you can have multiple points like if you chose this or this or this, then your outcome could be this this. The click through of the branching logic is so easy to use it is so stinking genius I. Love. And I out a little bit on it I have to admit yes, and it also helps you create a better experience for everybody right because let's say your first question is like you know which social media network are you interested in learning more about and you choose instagram and then the rest of the questions in the quiz can be just about instagram. Nets like crazy because now, you're just really getting into the only things that they care about and oftentimes when you come to a website or you're looking at a product. Who's a few things that you really care about that are gonNA, make you buy it or the interested in it but That product or service probably has like let's say there's one hundred cool things about it you care about three. and. Doing this branching system where you can filter people out. Right within the quiz you can get down to those three automatically and then you are offering up like here's how those three things will help you or here's the best aspects of those three things in is really it's really coming to people in meeting them where they're at instead of them having to dig and try to find out like does this really do what I wanted to do So? I. It is that like that that beauty of discovery. That really can happen with a really well created quiz I I. Love It. I love thinking about it I. Love Finishing one passing around the office coming back making tweaks. You know even showing it back to the to the client and having them take the quiz and kind of go through the discovery themselves. It's pretty cool. They haven't really thought about their business in the same way. So let's talk about some specifics. You have seen some horrific quizzes out here and you've seen some fantastic wants. So why don't you highlight a couple? Of, the best quizzes you've seen how some has someone really leveraged something. Truly amazing. Yes. There's a there's a couple that come to mind in the first one is from China couture who is a very fast rising star right now she's just blowing up and she has really great quiz and it's called what's your secret sauce and basically a strengths finder. If you're familiar with this world of quizzes and Myers Briggs and you like to know on that stuff, you'll know what that is in shrinks finder is not new it's it's very old. And is rooted in a lot of cycle psychological studies and personality stuff. But she adapted it to what she's doing, which is she helps people with marketing and setting up their own companies and running a step on the side and becoming entrepreneurs, and she's really big on empowerment, which is amazing and she's just kind of a pioneer in that space and she's got this quiz that is adapted to that audience. So it's called what's your secret sauce, but it's really helping people find out like what's the best? About you which Like the appeal of that is massive. Yeah. Personal brand everybody wants to talk about that right now. Right and you like glow I WanNa know the best thing about me. So I'm obviously going to take this gives people like to talk about Josh themselves. Yes. That is. There's just a quick. Another psychological point is in the beginning before we even started this company, this is when I was researching it back in two thousand, twelve I was looking into all the research round quizzes in it does turn out that when you talk about yourself, your brain lights up the same way it does when you get a sugar high or eat something really good it it releases chemicals that basically make you feel good and sell that is that's also a little aspect ole to bid on on quiz on why they appeal at a human level. Because you get people talking about themselves. That's just something that we enjoy doing a good thing. It's like self expression and being known So she did an amazing job of asking the right questions to help people feel known giving great outcomes with lots of information where Pending on what your secret sauce is, she's got recommendations podcast to listen to resources to download, and of course, online course to enroll in if you want to go deeper, which is the amazing tie into something that actually drives revenue for her because not is you're giving away a ton of value and you don't need to pay for anything. You can just listen to shows and you can learn a lot just with the resources she gives you but if you really like and it's helping you, then you can go deeper and enroll in of course and become a member of that. So I, think it's an amazing amazing Thai. Ties into the whole idea that she's building report and then she's been helpful but then it doesn't have to be pushing it I. think that's one of the things. A lot of people don't understand about a quiz at Kim be interesting. It can be a list builder, but you know we've talked before even on this show about how you can either require the email in order to give the result or not require and. Some options you know depending on what you're trying to do in the moment but obviously for our intents and purposes as a digital content marketing company, we're looking to build lists for clients but there are some other applications. Maybe if you're in a different setting or maybe you're in a you know you want to see some results in your in a crowd I use it a lot when I speak and. In those kinds of environments if you already know everybody there, you know you don't necessarily need to gate the answers and so there's some interesting options but I like that about your about the interact system is it I can really figure out what's going to work for me for the actual targeted audience. I'm I'm in what I'm trying to get them to do in the moment I love it I. Love that. So share with me another example. So that's that's a great one for personal brand. So she's using that one but you guys have been featured in Forbes but you've also worked for I mean event bright and reform. In hellofresh and the American Red Cross. So it's like so many verticals can really use interact give us another a good example of a of a cool quiz that was out there. Yeah. So Jenas, in the online creative space, she has courses and sells digital products and memberships and things like that. So that's our biggest category that we serve. The next biggest category that we serve is ECOMMERCE. So people selling products and. I have one that is near dear to my heart in that space because it's actually a local coffee shop that's just down the street and we have tie INS to them because they're Armenian and Mike Co wife his Armenian and so they actually know this copy shop but would in all know that until they signed up and started using axel very cool small world story and they are third generation coffee roasters from Armenia. While, Lebanon, and they basically took all their knowledge about coffee and what is recommended for people may turn it into a virtual Barista online, and so the quiz is about finding the right roasts for you. Because if you're ordering online ordering beens, they have different roasts you can get different types of coffee and the quiz guides you through. I chatted with them in. Basically they took as much institutional knowledge is that could from these three generations and put it into this quiz. So now you're getting some version of the experience that you would get if you walked into the shop talk. Awesome. What a good use of their actual expertise yeah it's en and it's like then you can scale. The personal experience you can make it feel more like genuine and authentic, and you're also able to sell more coffee because. I took it and I was like oh well, this is recommended for me. I should try it at least and see how it is. I. Really liked it. So I think it's it's an incredible way of just building some. Building some sort of real personal human bridge when you you really can the other thing that was cool about them as they first started by trying to do a chat because they really want to create this connection, but it was just impossible to manage because it's just too many people and you end up asking the same questions over and over again. anyways. So then they switched over to a quiz and the rest is history it's gone really well. Let's take a short break. 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You know when we teach when we teach. Lincoln and social selling digital transformation. A lot of people need to know what kind of a thought leader they are and I find a lot of people get blocked. They don't write very well because they're trying to mimic some other style. And so I created. This one is called. What kind of leader are you? Josh are you ready to take this quiz? Let's. Get Yours my initial thought leaders come in a variety of styles some inspired some predict the future others purport radical ideas and lead us to change our thinking while others call us to change our behavior and our mindset some collaborate. Some are loners want to know what kind of thought leader you are. Stay yes she did. Yeah. All right. So this is I've got five questions. This is how simple it can be people. So describe your relationship to time here your four options we only have so much time to make a difference. Live in the now man. Beware history is written only by the winners or high dream of what the future will be like. What was the first one? Again we only have so much time to make a difference that's probably the one I resonate with the most. In highschool you were voted most likely to help others. Pushed the envelope become president or overthrow the government Be More successful. So that's probably the president. Yes. Yeah. Okay. When friends come to you for advice you question whether or not they they have an actual problem or merely an opportunity. You empathize and then help them look at the problem differently. You ask a lot of questions especially about how this problem came about in who was involved or you offer advice and expect them to take immediate action. Empathize in is all right. Which blog title interest you most why you're two hundred and fifty thousand dollar law degree as worthless. What might eight-year-old taught me about artificial intelligence. The power of empathy and mentorship or seven rules you must break at work and busy and mentorship. I'm already reading the Book Josh Okay last night, and here we go. When you have free time, you call friends and see how they're doing. Take something apart to see how it works read or daydream call friends, right? Okay. Are you ready for the reveal? Simply typing in Joshua's name here. Let's. See who you are. Are. Right. You are an inspiration. Do you want me to sing the song? Your the IT's GonNa? It's GONNA get crazy. So here's your right up the cornerstone of a great inspirational thought leader is humility they tend to wrap their stories of their accomplishments in a way that leaves us believing we are the same. We too can accomplish much the quiet anxiety about problems and instead shine their light on the possibilities of the human spirit. They call us to the best version of who we are in this way they call us. Homeward asking us to look within for the solution. When we hear an inspirational speaker, we don't typically learn something new, but we reframe the problem and leave their presence with rearranged priorities that may tell an old truth in a new way or they may tell a new story. But in the end, their goal is to inspire US implant a seed of conviction their deepest desires to inspire us to take personal responsibility for getting this change things started instead of waiting for someone else to get the show on the road. Thoughts. Is that you or not. That had seems pretty pretty relevant. Your company because you've got Sheryl Sandberg in their Martin Luther King Junior Beth comstock. In Mother Teresa for crying out loud. That is not bad group boost. That's very cool. But you know, and then in getting those results than you know, we have also the icons that you have where you can share your results that you guys put on the bottom they can share it to facebook share to your twitter. Super Super Fund. there. So Tell me a little bit about like when you start with a client, you know how do you get this creative juice go because for us we're a creative company. So when we met you guys years ago were like, yes we know how we can use this. This makes sense. But. How do you get people like you know to see vision? To, say, Oh we can see how this will work for us it. It really starts with listening and putting yourself in the other person's shoes I actually chatted with. Someone yesterday that. We just had this great conversation that led to just a really awesome quiz idea that I think she's just GonNa crush with and she's really big on building community and. There was a challenge because. She doesn't necessarily have one product offerings. She doesn't just help people with one particular thing. But as we got to talking, it became really clear that she is truly passionate about building community and building connections and putting that ahead of success and the rat race. And so as we're talking I was just like man, you know the thing that I think would really resonate with your audiences just. Just to ask people, what is how do you connect with others like what's your connection type and? It comes down to just understanding what it is that somebody has to offer the world especially in like the leader influence her creative entrepreneur space. It's much more convoluted in that space than it is with let's say like the coffee example because that's really simple it's like. You're recommending coffee. But if you're selling a digital product, you're selling something that's a little less like straightforward. You don't just like five types of coffee. You might have a bunch of things so. I think honestly just comes down to listening and getting a sense of who somebody is what are they passionate about? What are they truly care about? What are they gonNA SPEND Nights and weekends working on what are they gonNa pour their life into. and. If you can identify that, then it becomes really simple because. Within that, there's like always going to be different types of people that that you would connect with going back to that example it's always gonna be different types of people in in ways that they connects. You know some people are best in a large group in love bouncing around from person to person and catching outweigh other people love you know just having really simple Deep. Conversations with one person is different types of come up and then from there, you just think about well, how would you figure out which types somebody is and if you are really passionate about something, you've talked to hundreds or thousands of people about it. Then you've asked these questions before they're all in your mind and you just have to kind of service them so. I think it starts with listening search with. asking. Questions. All around. Yeah, yeah you know what's interesting about that what what you shared there is that it also has the power self selection like someone who's not for her like is not going to be a good fit for her. Either coaching or her her blogs or her whatever it is she's offering at some point her help. They're not gonNA take that kind of a quiz like that's not going to be of interest to them. So they've already self selected by just choosing to take a quiz about connection. Yeah and I think that's something that we're really seeing more and more with marketing. You know we we've. moved past the phase of like and I remember ten twelve years ago meeting with marketers that. Just using these crazy shady tactics, banner ads to try to sell products and. It was just all the bells and whistles and gimmicks and. I think we've really moved into a phase of human to human connection and actually trying to be helpful with the products and services that we have and we've moved on passed just trying to optimize for revenue right now and we've moved towards. What does it look like to build a relationship with somebody and build a real connection with that customer that lasts and they might use your products or they might be client for years and years. And that's really what matters is those deeper connections deeper relationships. If you hard just optimizing for, you know try to sell to everybody using some tactic. You'll burn out really fast and burn a lot of bridges and. In the long run, it's not gonNa work very well anyways. I love that. This is why we partner with you guys and why we've stuck with you. So long because you guys aren't just about this crazy drive for a number you know, but it is exactly how you said and that's our mantra here is always be helping and so if you can build the rapport and build you know in helpful things along the way with your client, the retention is just going to be saints I love You I saying that. That is completely right up our alley. So I have to tell you guys it really is easy to do, but here's the best news. It's really inexpensive and Josh broke back to me. We're going to be doing a fifteen percent off if you WANNA try building a quiz for yourself, of course, you can build one for free. You guys have a direct you know portal for someone to try it. For Free but if you're interested in actually trying for your company Josh is going to offer fifteen percent off if you use the code bird so see if you like it but why don't you just I mean, let's just be transparent. What's the pricing like for most of our clients they're on our basic tier at twenty nine dollars a month, and then if you go annual comes out two hundred and four year so. It's really designed to not be a backbreaker on pricing and that includes pretty much everything you would need including like I wanNA. Save. Five thousand leads a month which if you're going over that than. Then, you do pain for it well, done. Yeah. Then it bumps up to eighty nine, a month in eighty nine, a month are white labeled version. So at point, it's completely free of any sort of interact branding and you can actually customize the way it looks. So in a lot of cases you know people will never know that you didn't just create this party website which for some brands that's really important for others not as much up to you those are really the. Two tiers that people tend to go with and it's it's split about half and half between those two in terms of what our customers are using. Well, for a lot of my audience I'll give them. The next thing they were gonNA ask, which is, what is it integrated to and I gotTa tell you there's different products are integrated two different things, but there's Zap your there's campaign monitor this constant contact there's all kinds of mail chimp We obviously use the hub spot. integration, but you guys also you know integrate to impeach him soft an entrepreneur many others. So take a look at it I mean it's just very transparent. I love how you guys work Again, they're going to give you fifteen percent off if you use the code bird but Josh I just have to say I will have you back over and over again because your entire ethos at your company is to be helpful and every time we've needed help. Somebody has picked up the phone. It has been a human and it has been really awesome to talk with you guys. That's really great to hear we try to. Is One of our values and it's something that we will never stop doing no matter how well does or well doesn't do it's it's really important to us that every person really feels like they are cared for in attended to, and they're not just another number, and so that is a big part of what we really care about I. Love It. Well, if you are ready to make a quiz degenerate business leads interact is a tool that you will love not. Only will generate leads, but you can send your audience you can drive traffic to your site. It's so fun. It's so cool. So try interact and actually what you WANNA do is go to try interact dot com, the company's called interact but again, you can reach out to Josh and Josh. Thank you. So for your time coming on especially sharing some of the cool new things that are going on and how people are applying this really cool tool. Thanks for having me back. Hossam from all of us here a little bird marketing. Get your quiz on and have a great day and happy marketing.

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Survivor 4 Episode 3 Wiggle Room with Josh Wigler

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Survivor 4 Episode 3 Wiggle Room with Josh Wigler

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The one in which Kathy Vaverko brand peas on John Carol's hand right big episode, really the birth of the Legend of Boston Rob also Boston Rob Arjun story where he is going to vote out hunters. That was the week before based on the previously on where you couldn't eat the offer route. Yes, I was like the radioactive far furrow. Happen Anyway. So that's what we're GonNa talk about here today, and then we will want off as well Josh. Have you been doing? I'm okay I'm all right. I think that it's probably not much higher than. I would say like hovering around that line right now. This is the only time I get to talk to you these days I know. Some days are better. Some days are worse. Yeah I. Don't have social media my phone right now. That was the choice I made a little over a week ago. Rob Before. We came on that. You know that Sunday, pop up that you get on your on your iphone. The screen time alert. That's always like Oh God. Don't show me I'd I've been staring at my phone for too long this down seventy three percent from the week before. That's how much I was looking at social media so I. Think I need to find some form of balanced, but I was I was pretty happy with seventy three percent on my iphone this week. That was that was a personal victory. That was a personal a PR as if we got one. One that was that was good and then I a beat the video game the last of us this past week. That was the last of us. Oh, that was like Jordan and the Bulls? No, no, no, that's not it. Must the Michael Jordan documentary deals with a post apocalypse. No not great. Most of the world has turned into Fungal. zombies infected with some sort of all right guess monster outbreak. In UN in a fourteen year old on her part to part, one part two is coming out on Friday. Yes and WE'RE GONNA BE WE'RE GONNA I'm going to be playing that. And the the final fantasy discord that can hong and I created for our final fantasy podcast series that we did is still lit this probably the most active social media spot for me right now there's a great. There's a great group of of fun like minded really good video game enthusiasts who are going to be playing last of us to together potentially so. If you want the link to the discord, if you'd like to join, I'll tweet out. The attack wants this podcast goes up. Okay, it's good for one day only one day only all right You guys are just just talking about. The game. That game other Games I played game talk. Yes, it's mostly game. Talk a little tiny bit of loss talk, but otherwise it's mostly just the specifically Japanese role playing games. Okay, this is very very. Very cool ankle revenue. Great time all right so josh. Over the weekend, so it's been a very busy couple of days for the podcast we got a couple of deep dives went up, so denise Stapley and look I know that he didn't have the biggest role in season forty outside of being the queen slayer, but I really loved my interview with Denise I thought that I felt that that did not get enough attention. We posted that Thursday. Night and I thought that that was a really good one. Denise is the Queen. She's the Queen slayer and she's a queen in her own right and she's. She's just unbelievably awesome, and I could I could listen to denise talk about anything for a very long period of time. One one of my favorite people in this community for sure that was great, and then we call the shark. Tony Vlachos deep dive. Catch Tony Almost three hours of Tony and I walk away from interview with Tony. Tony is the goat he is the. Greatest of all time Oh man. He told me things about his game, and what and what he was doing in this game. He is playing at a degree of complexity. That I do not believe any other survivor player is capable of in look, you know. I love Tony. You believe everything he told you. I didn't think. He's making stuff up. It's all context. Perception is reality and everything. You believed the his perception of the reality even to think the thoughts that he's thinking. Make Up. Okay to me, nobody else is doing that nobody else. Having I'm so complicated so many steps. What would happen if Tony went back to survivor now? I think he'd had no chance I think he would, he would get blown out of the water pretty quick, but you never know we'll see so. I thought that that was a great. Listening to it. We a great interview with Tony I think you'll enjoy it, and then also over the weekend. We got to talk with Sunday Burke West to. If. People don't know Sunday. Burke West has just recently been diagnosed with Safa, Geel and ovarian cancer. She's already a cancer survivor. Really. A tough diagnosis for Sunday. I got to talk with her. We had a little surprise. For her where we reunited her with the the entire millennials vs Jacks cast man. Did you I think we had. We had basically I think eighteen out of twenty. Did you include trigger warning for for Tyler? And Hand I'll put this all to. She organized everybody and. Tucker Ferguson. was posting on social media like you should have had neither. That would have been great. It'd be like the it would have been. This middle of the of the Zoom Com right. What am I doing here? Really good inside joke for few people. Probably inappropriate, yeah, give given the what you were going for an and also. Sundays is great people and Wonderful Lady, and that's a really nice thing to pull together for Sunday. Yeah, she has a tough battle ahead of her, but she is I. Think Somebody who has the support system around her and the inner fortitude to take this thing head on so. Check. Check out that podcast as well but Josh. We're here to talk about also season three episode seven of Al Also on Robin of You Yeah. We announced guy. Not Really. Hasn't shown up in a brand steel yet. Yeah, surprise I, it's not that. I'm not enough guy. I just haven't really done it. I love the character design. The voice I liked him on Mister Robot. He's one. He did an episode Yaro it's all miserable. All fever dream to me. To be to fight a stuffed Al. get him back there. If that was the case all right, are you a big tough guy? Yeah, was began guy. Yeah Yeah. Josh. Let's talk about. Season four episode three. To do. You think that anybody accidentally watched survivor season three episode three. You think anyone actually. The Accidents Watch Dr Karl. The dentist go home In a trivia contest possibly. Possibly! I almost, but then on by accident stays. More by desire stay tuned four the end of this episode. We'll tell you what episode four we're going to watch a later on. And if you are listening close if you hear, my children's screaming, okay. Oh, yeah, I did hear something like this that your children I believe, so if we. Know Okay. Live podcast. Yeah, just a little bit of a subtle distinction here. My kids are now gone from being home twenty four hours a day because school was closed to now being home twenty four hours a day because it's summer vacation, so a little bit of a little bit of a of a mental shift. Okay I. Don't know how I don't know how you do it. Royal, you pair yes I. Don't know how you do it. You off my love and sympathy. Okay, all right Josh Y'all all right, so let's go back to survivor Amar cases of course. The DIDGERIDOO powered up. To power. Slap. Slap them on. Did you do okay? To. Throw throw this thing on set. The time coordinates for survivor marquesses free. Ryan. Our there we go. March thirteenth thousand two here we come I remember where I was watching this episode you do, and I would love to I was in a hotel room in San. Francisco California watching on very tiny television set in a very small hotel room. I was on this story. I've probably told it in. Evolution listened to stretch. On a work. Trip in two thousand into. The San Francisco and. Go I went. I was glued to my TV set, and then went to a hole in the wall bar. Next door to the hotel by myself. Unrelated to survivor, because we're big hunter, giant, and you really because I was because I was twenty, four or twenty, three and I was. By myself in a strange town, yeah! Yeah! Okay. Yeah, no pain! No gain is the name of this one season, four episode, three and I don't. This is a quote general. Yes we that's the General Robert Cano who bear the I was barely able to recognize them without all of his dental denim. Yeah, who says that after he's getting like a slice of toe, removed Really actively disgusting. Top episode there is a gross episode. My kids were on board. They were watching. I told them there was actually gonna be gross stuff. They were into it and then once we get to the generals toe. They were like Oh. We're weekend. Watch this. Yeah, turn it off I. DON'T WANNA. Look at this I. Don't WanNa. Hear it from. The general. Yeah, so we start things off on the night of a night six in this episode, Josh. Nacho Mama. The Patricia Chechen. Yes, yes, she ends up. Getting voted out in the previous episode, and there's a little bit of some hubbub back at camp. Because Hunter engineers were blindsided here. They thought who did they think was going? who were who they voted for so below? That they may have voted for Sarah I can confirm looks like it was air yes. Survivor Wicky three votes to Sarah from Gina Hunter and Patricia ending just to set the stage. We are witnessing tribe in freefall. Right like I think for the first time in survivor history. Mara. Who is about to go on a I guess it's technically going to be a four episode streak trip to Tribal Council but the first three pre swap before the second swap in the history of survivor. Right and they're like they're. I don't I can't remember if they won a single reward challenge for five doing poorly. Very very very very very very poorly. Yes, or coming into this. Over three, they will be over five by the end of this. I think Oolong gets a lot of shit for being the worst tribe in survivor history, but we should not exclude Mara who who never won a challenge. Until Post Swat with the original Mario that that's squad I. It's a disaster. It's really it's a really bad situation for these people. Okay, so everybody is upset and. There's a lot of talk about you. Know Basically I think hunter is telling everybody what to do. People like being told what to do. Sean is talking about. Hey. I would do. I would do what you wanted to do, but I don't. I don't like being bossed around. Hunters I would do I would. I would have done it with you. Yeah, hunters supplies. You told me about it. because well Hunter Way survivor works. Is We tell people we trust are planning on working with, and we exclude the people that were not and I think hunter. Based on having seen what he has seen of survivor based on the fact that he is walking into this thing as a former air force. Stuff neon. That, he feels like he's built for. This is the real thing. The real bad. He shouldn't be out of anything and I'm sure he has a way of giving commands that is. As social as a lot of the younger people that are on this tribe with like to have him, give those orders. He really stands out to me on this watch this episode as really not fitting in right is right, and he is going to get voted out. that it seems like in hindsight, it should have been obvious that he's going to be voted out if this was modern day. Thick. Dodo it if not a no, no edit. But he's in. He's in the minority at the last vote. Where Rob and Sarah and Sean a vote against that side, he does not even seem to think that that's I will vote together again, and he's also like like a bossy leader who is not doing great in the social game. Yeah, it doesn't seem like he's not that he's like unliked. Dry but that he is clearly like the least liked person on the tribe. Do is pretty clear. What's shocking if you did not watch this episode in the real time is that he was thought of as the. Pre Eminent winner. Pick of oh well. He's the best guy rodgers Steve Rogers right like this captain America. Looks like he got. Dr Abraham whatever gave him the super offer serum, and he came out your started. Also I feel like he has, that sounds right. That sounds right. He basically you know seem like the total package. He's out of central casting. said that's what they said about my boy, cal cal as well and look how how well that went for him? Yeah okay. So. We have a rainy morning Josh over the road tribe. It's GonNa. Be a great time for the people that wrote to because. They are really. There's suffering out in the wet weather on. Yes, it's no good I think. The Marquette. Fritzy clearly a miserable place to create survivor a both from the game play standpoint, and also the filming in the making of the thing this is this is awful. You see all the no bites. Everybody's getting like butchered. No He's we don't play spot. What's some beautiful waterfalls? Yes, gorgeous gorgeous. It just seems like Berry environmentally difficult. Is the epitome of a terrible location path film survivor? Oh my God! You okay, Kathy. She had been on the outs, she starting to fit in better, you know the Kathy gets sort of a a rather rough go of it the first couple of days of marquesses on the upswing. She's doing better. Yeah like she. She'd have. I forget if it's in the first episode of the second episode that she has some level of a meltdown right? Yeah that. First or second yeah. It's. Enough to keep her on the outside of the greater. Four plus Gabe? Yes, but she's starting to. She's going score. Major points John Caroline just a little bit right. So we get a little bit also establishing the relationship between Leah and pappy. Yeah, because everyone loves sweet PEA, right? Everybody loves sweet PEA. Everyone on the tribe keeps calling the Leah's sweet pea. For some reason. She doesn't know why the and and Pappy says she's just little pixies. Daughters, but he said how'd they start calling Paschal pappy? Did we get that origin story? I don't think so. At least I didn't. I'd maybe do, and then I don't remember it because I'm not watching the whole season, Yup. ME. But I don't think that there's an origin story paths. Happy Short for Paschal. I. Generally like general somebody else Josh sorry sorry sorry. Call me pappy. Comment. Yeah, it is the epitome of enough my nickname that I have. Yeah! Okay! Josh Let's Talk Sea. Urchin and John Carroll's rough go of it in this episode, his hands take a beating hands. Take a beating. Because? We are going to see John Carroll. He swimming's a lot of some marine life, and he is going to be stung by a sea Urchin. He will have several see Urchin needles, sticking out of his fingers, and immediately in the warriors have somebody needs to be on this? On this. So He's, he's a nurse right so like he. He knows like medically what what to do, and maybe there is like part of safety training for the survivors. It's like all right. If you get hit by a sea Urchin peon that real quick. Not on the Urchin, on the thing that got stunned us. Who knows he knows what to do I mean this this is this is iconic stuff. This is still you know people don't really talk about survivor markes is too I think the degree that it deserves to be talked about. This is a game. Changing season puts out respect on its name. This this is the first. First Really Disruptive Season of survivor. I think I think it. It totally rearranges what we think about how the game can be played. I'm speaking to somebody who can attest to that directly based on how this season influenced your game play rob thing rippled out for in many other ways but I think beyond that piece of it beyond like disrupted from a gameplay perspective. It's also just got like these ridiculous moments of either high drama or high comedy, or like somewhere a little bit inbetween, and this is this is one of them is is John. Carroll Getting Stung by the Sea Urchin, requiring somebody to run and him? There's this great shot of happy like running to ask but I guess he's not able to do it. Yeah, sorry, well, let's go back to John. Carroll, realizing what needs to be done. I need somebody who who's has to be. Amazing my children were still watching the episode at this point, and they were just beside themselves of a wait what? They were cracking up. I bet this look at this one. Thing they ever saw right in. Their wheelhouse is probably a top survivor moment for them up to this. Would be. My would be my guess. This is also it was. It was so iconic. Survivor is still like mega popular at this link. that. Mike and I talked about this not terribly long ago. on the down the hatch podcast. That lost references this. There's a scene where Hurley steps on a sea Urchin, and he's begging Jin Kwon to peon his foot. Yeah, it's like on the show. I think he says so. It gets clear that it's it's it's. It's not white cannon, that Hurley's a survivor fan, but it's pretty close. Yeah, okay, Did we ever look up? Is that actually a cure for sea urchin sting? Or that like an urban legend I know. Personally I haven't. Found myself in a position where he had to. Find. Out first-hand. Yeah, whether that is something. That effectively alleviates I. I heard some point that. Is, something I it. It's actually something that yeah, so immersion can be repeated. Pain occurs adding epsom salts or other magnesium sulfate compounds. The water may help dissolving the spines, swelling, vinegar, or urine or not of help. It seemed to help John Carroll Yeah. It did it would seem to work or at least they just cut it. Was a placebo year Rayvey. Additional urine, but he thought it was and so it helped. That's true. That work can help if you think it helps. Both other it'd be okay all right so works for us. Obviously, it's slade. Happy couldn't go. Kathy comes in I. Think I've Seen John. give, does he? At the this comes up at the reunion where he talks about how like his hands felt better but kathy kept going like. Yeah, it's worth remembering Rosie O'Donnell was hosting the reunion show for the Marquess, and this is definitely a topic that I believe she would not let go. Got To imagine this is something she would want to investigate further. She got the bottom. Okay? MIC thing and revisiting this though is like narrating being like so embarrassed. I wasn't embarrassed until just now. Realizes peed on this man's hand on television. That's all great, but a really underrated component of it is just like I need some of my hand, and then just cuts pappy, just like Baywatch running towards John Carroll Josh I didn't get to say this in the evolution strategy, but. Kathy has a real glow up when she comes to the survivor, marquesses finale. Is that right, yeah! I! Don't remember I haven't seen in a long. That's like nine days. She looks great. How do you know that you didn't say that? How do you remember but you did or didn't say? Pretty sure I didn't say anybody had a glow up in the evolution strategy I. Have no memory of just about anything that I said there. You could tell me I, said it and I believe you. Yeah, Josh, let's check in over at the Mara Amou- in the morning radio show yes. This, these are very fun to go back and watch these I really love this in the first time I've said this of many times before I think the Sean Rector is the most talented person that's ever been on the show. You have said that a lot. I think. Chase Rice. Now let's go crazy. Is Somebody. That's more tha. WHO's more talented, no I. Person with the most God given talent. SEAN RECTOR WHETHER IT'S A. He whether it's. He should have played survivor again. I think that that's personal. I know that you talked to him about that in your talking with bird which you got up reposted recently. Sean Rector needs like a television show. Like I want. I want that very badly because he is absolutely incredible. Yeah, he's. He's very funny. He's so quick. You know nothing is off limits for him. And the whole morning show is a real testament to that. I Love Sean Rector Man. He's he's so great like the second that like. Hunter says the I think it's mostly the black. No, no! Excuse! Acting so that there there's a whole segment about the knows the mosquitoes. They have no more cases I guess. There are two kinds of knows there are black. No, no's in there are white knows it on the morning show. They're taking phone calls and hunter is on. The is one of the callers and his asked. What do you think is worse, the white nose or the black? No nose and Hunter said that he felt like the black. No knows were more of a problem on the island, and Sean calls in as a listener to complain about how. The black, no, no's being blamed for everything. Yeah, read raids. Hilarious. Read the right like you can see in hunters body language that he's mortified instantly. goes out no. It's it's it's it's. It's really really really funny and Sean is just an absolutely incredible character. I really it blows my mind that he hasn't been invited back. If that's the case I, mean if if he's been invited back and he's turned it down. That's a different story, but. He's told me L. Vision Gold on. That guy didn't get on all stars talking bird that he was in the mix for the for the all stars I like that he was one of these people would like. His bags packed and ready to go. It's crazy. That's crazy. It's crazy didn't get the call crazy that he didn't get. Get the get the bump up. Yeah, so I guess they could left me home. I'm trying to think of WHO WOULD BE A. Big Time there. I I. Don't know if that was an issue with And Ethan and that they're not gonNA come, unless unless it's the three of them. No, no, no, no, no I think that that might have been an issue with I don't I'm not sure like contractually. The screw, right what if they screw Ya? I that was like a contractually. You know I feel like. It's probably between him in Boston. Rob Yeah. Yeah well then. Frankly. Dropped at the spot up on their yeah. Showing here, they're showing what's. Hey Look I've ever. been totally different. Yeah, it really could have been what changes I think. If if SEAN GETS HIS BERRY rightful spot on survivor, all stars over Boston Rob, who is definitely the person that should have been cut. So much changes Yup. Yeah all right that's. It is weird when you watch these episodes and rob and Sarah Jones together because like. If you're not paying careful attention, it's like Oh. That's Anambra like. It's it's it's. It's weird seeing him with with the diversion. Yeah, this is a million Buck Boston rob time, yeah! Okay all right We have a segment that this is where we lost my children where they they get a bunch of Bambu. Never reward challenge and the reward challenge is going to be. The teams are going to build a raft. Both of the team spent a lot of time working on building strap. The general is wearing mandal's and Iraq somehow gets into jagged rockets into the generals mandal's and Cov-. cuts his foot. It's really grow like a full slice of tow. It is awful. It doesn't sound good I'm sure. Watching? It really is very difficult. New Zealand of Big Bird. Toes been. Don't even counting describing. Don't want to see. The generals tells on a good day, yeah! Yes, it was rough. It was really it was very difficult to go. Go back and watch that. It performed like surgery on the whole thing is just off. I thought it was nice. Generals like a really loyal guy, where like a Akilah, by team down, he's just. He just loves the row to grow. He never turn on them. No, no, you. Joe He'll stay with them forever. Yeah, he won't give it. To. May Have Been Too much of an asked if they wanted to borrow his denim shirt, but short of that. I think he's out whatever. Because, he's even participate in the raft building challenge with the Great Gabriel cade. Oh, yeah don't you have a thing about Gabriel? Kid? He sucks. We, God, where he, Is a really great guy now. I'm sure he was a great guy. Then it's just like I. Never I never got it I, never got. Gabriel is awesome you. Would you have him on the podcast? Talking T-bird? Sure I think he's hard to track down. As a person on the show I i. You know I think Really A. Chapter. On Him. Was that I felt like? It's a quick when he when he when he walks away. Yeah, I mean watching watching this one in knowing that he goes to episodes later I. Am like a little bit curious just to remember How I. Was the one who. I felt like he kind of. Laid down of their, and did not really put, but you never know you never know exactly how it might help might gone down anyway, but gave us like. Oh, we're really just. We're just having so much fun right now. It's just so much fun building the raft with the general. Yeah, he loves it. He loves it so much, and there's a lot of raft building doesn't probes shows up and he's wearing like like survivor branded long-sleeved t-shirt, oh is. Odd Wardrobe choice yet. They spend a lot of time on the raft with both the teams to get to this, so we we go tomorrow, Mu they. They're off predictably arguing about how to build the raft. There's some discussion Boston. Rob Seems concern that they are going to have to carry the raft at some point now. That is not a part of this challenge. It's not but I think it's certainly like this were happening. Now guaranteed that they're carrying that read Boston rob is just that he has. Right, he's doctor Manhattan and he is. Everything's already happened. Yes, everything's already happened. Seen every possible survivor. She's the fafa ru, but he's eaten the egg, so he has the powers. You can see the future. I thought this was actually very interesting. In terms of the Boston, rob is Dr Manhattan Take Here's Boston Rob outlining his philosophy on survivor. This is very interesting coming from version one point of Boston Rob. It's weird. You might not believe it but I am totally one hundred percent icon. Okay. I, believe I do. I do believe that okay continues? Without a doubt, I would not let it show out here for the life of me. because. I know that people are not gonna take kindly to that type of. Atmosphere everybody wants to think that the big man so the smart guy will sit back. And let everybody step up to be the big man and then in the end. Just banking on them mistakes. Okay, so this is very interesting I. Think Coming Adam Klein is listening to this and. That's what I was trying to tell you. Hello, that's very interesting to see Boston rob in the infancy of Boston rob talk about how he looks at the game, and then have Boston rob all the way at the end of his journey to realize he has gotten one hundred eighty degrees away from doing the thing. He said he would never do in his life is a hypocrite. And he's gone home. Free merged three times right and got to the end three times, and lost once one once, and then wasn't eligible to win because he had the fat paycheck to be out there, so I guess actually in the end probably. Yeah, it's very very interesting. I feel like that is like almost like a modern view of survivor that you don't want to be out there. As the person who is the leader Yeah you want to be I mean also by the end of this episode. I feel like that he's hypocritical. He's going to vote out the. Leader. Not Trying to bank off somebody's mistake, but I do feel like that in this confessional. This is interesting to hear him. Talk like this. It is because it's not really how ways yeah. It's presented like this sort of like next level genius strategy It's not really how plays also hunter is complaining about how every complaining that he feels like that people. Every here thinks that they're on a vacation. He's tired of listening to people. Bellyache like this. War. Guy Yeah now I can't unsee it. Done. For a shower guy yeah. Yeah! No loves a bath. Bring me food that he likes. Soak at the sound. Like Boston Rob. Some sense. Yeah, Hunter doesn't like the complaining I. Don't think we would get along. We'd be my bet on think you'd like me very much. Yeah, basically I do. That's not all you do. It's a big part of it. It's a piece of it yeah look. Complaining is underrated. Sometimes they're complaining can be artfully. Is, there is a skill you know. If they still other complaints and my wife, my wife will talk about all you do is complain I feel like I? It can be so entertaining. You've made a career. I tried to put a little. You know a spin on it some art to it. Just like. Just Pouring out then I get it. Yeah, okay, so let's talk about this. Reward Challenge Josh. And to. Up a lot of time, there's no sort there's no play by play from Jeff to see the stats I. Wonder Jeff Pittman has this or if not who does because I'm sure someone does of like screen time per segment writing up like. How much time in old survivor is devoted to challenges? How much time in survivors tribal council especially because tribal councils? The liberal draws. Quick. Quick so and in the old classics of ours. We get a lot of like Mara. Who has? On, the bottom of the screen has three bags. Jeff is just sitting there waiting for the challenge to be over. Yeah. No cushy GIG for him. Right Sukuzi cushy GIG, there's a little bit of like a criss cross in where the pats of the two rafts are going to grow a little bit of like. Proto attack zone action yeah. Like but like battle. Yeah, a little bit of. Life Navy battle that was the most exciting part when the boats were going to criss cross in their paths. I was sad because I in my head had it that this was the one where they just like. Make the giant Pontoon remember that they make like the giant pontoon raft and it's like Oh. That's really not working out so. Yeah. Yeah, anyway, so it's going to be another win for Roy to. The talks about how they have four L's right now. Yeah or else we needed a W. Not Getting, V. I again like I'm I'm furious. That be was not aspect. I think we've been great to see. It would have been great to have her out there. This is the one I think we're. She's too much drama. She's already saying that in the beginning, it's just. A great. Great iconic line. Yeah I son vs praises in Tokyo S. I would have loved to have seen. I had a great interview with her back in January on T. bird and I was surprised just how locked in. She was about everything. That's going on survivor. Josh we get to our immunity challenge, and so we spend a Lotta time on the lead up to the. Reward Challenge and then we go right into our munity. Challenge was going to be a rope maze giant table maze. Maybe the biggest cable as we've ever seen on the show. Ever like even now I mean have you can imagine a bigger I mean. This was like a table May. I mean that's a big. That's a big table I. Don't think we've ever seen that one before. And it was close. It was neck and neck. That's it is often close. Just like does not break Mara who's way. and I think maybe at this point there is this thought of like well. We're just GONNA. Explode. Anyway was out hunter yeah. Vote him out anyway. anyways, not really helping yeah. There is some conversation about hunter and gene are talking and they think that well. Yeah. All those people voted together last time. It would be stupid though to get rid of Hunter Regina. Maybe Sean. Sean. Yeah Yeah don't you touch Sean Rector? Stay away, yeah, it see-. It seems that there is some tension between hunter and Sean. They don't seem like they've really get along. That, that's pretty queer that they're just not really vying out very well but I really but I. Really think even more than that I? Just I I think it's something that like really jumped out at me like this group does not like unter. Other than Gina. The Watermelon Queen? No, no one else feeling it with hunter, no nobody else over like a lead balloon. Robin Sean Talking Shawn Watson are is rob catching feelings for Sarah. Alternate universe that Sean goes on all stars do Bob and Sarah get do this crazy kids get get it together. I don't I. Don't know I don't think so. Yeah so. So Boston rob is. Feeling like they have his group. And he feels like that. Doesn't matter if the team is stronger physically or mentally to listen to him. That's all he cares about so. This is like a real rob father moment. Yeah, right? This is a real This is like him. This is this is closer to his actual survival. Right. Here's the quote and it's a classic from Boston Rob. Basically! It's a tough principle. For fear keeps people. If they're afraid, they have something to lose. Then they'll do what they tell you though. That straight out of the Godfather. It's true. It's true. Is he saying the principle is true or that's the quote is straight out of the Godfather, and if you don't believe Goydos, you'll. You'll see that you're wrong. Yeah. Very Mark Wahlberg. Is Breakout film fear? This is a classic in Boston Robin the Mark Wahlberg role fear. A. Classic moment but. NOT ANYTHING EVER! Who who or WHAT IS BOSTON? Rob Talking about? Who is going to be afraid? Gina is GonNa do what they tell her to do now once they vote hunter out. Yes, they're gonNA vote hunter out and then genus just like a number. Is that the idea maybe? I don't know who. They really like thinking about needing to. Turn into lake. A. `fraidy cat. lets him and his sean or on the level and Sarah's under his wing, being there tight, yeah. Gina I don't know what he's saying. Why is he talking about fear? I don't know I mean this is ultimately how he will play the game quotas more in line with the Boston Rob, the doctor Manhattan Future Versions of Boston Rob also in terms of. That quo peak straight out of the Godfather I think the closest that I see here in a search of famous godfather quotes is Don corleones saying. And if by any chance and honest man like yourself should make enemies than they would become my enemies, and they will feel you. That is. Because paraphrased it I mean both have the word fear. Yeah. So like that. Hey boss, Ralph, what's your favorite movie? Let the. Fear with Boston Rob Villes time. I don't know if that makes anyone else laugh, but I think that's great yeah. All right. TRIBAL COUNCIL Watching you. Watching it the other night? Every time it's all. Fears a ridiculous movie. ABSURD INS- mark Wahlberg is. Like this area! Yeah, no, he's like the scary psychopath. WHO The bad boy! Other side of town and he starts to get. He gets in a relationship with Reese Witherspoon and Reese Witherspoon Dad is William Peterson from CSI? ooh, who is also. A Pat Garrett in the young guns movies. And basically like once Mark Wahlberg in least Witherspoon spinner dating Mark Wahlberg unmasked himself to to to the dad. Steve is his name. Feels like hey, by the way I'm the bad guy I'm the bad guy and very bad things happen it doesn't work out well for Gary. WHO's Nicole's best friend Nicole WAS REESE WITHERSPOON? There's a lot of very bad things happen. Her brother ends up being a real hero though. That's basically. All Right? Let's tribal council here. We're GONNA. Talk about how everything is going on Meryem. Oh, this about What's going on with you? Guys can't win the challenges and. Boston rob says that it's mostly been bad luck. Yeah I get it. That might not be entirely false I think it's mostly bad luck. It may be. They shouldn't have gotten rid of Peter Hockey right away. But I don't know what he would have done like. Just have I think it's like a bad collision of personalities like just no one's like really gelling. This is not a tribe. That's really jelly. So were. Sean is tired of losing. We're going to get to the votes and we're GONNA. See Hunter voting for. Sarah. and. We're Shawn's vote for hunter. Yeah what does he say again? Then, he comes pretty hard against hunter. The right I yeah Sean has great voting confessional game. Yeah, again he is. Great everything. Yeah, he's. He's yeah. He says. Look here. Player definitely was a team player to a certain. Extent, we definitely need you as our strongest player, but remember this is our game to outwit. Hopefully I'll see on the outside. No hard feelings piece, yeah! I mean this is it's it's a pretty wild. Mother. To get rid of hunter here. I do think like the Meta of it was like. Wow, I definitely would not have expected this to be the spot where this guy goes. And I think that's much more common now. But this is the season that like breaks the damn on a lot of like conventional survivor. Yeah, well, this is also that this team has lost so much that you thought it okay well, it would be impossible unthinkable for them to get rid of the person who is probably their most valuable player. But I think I think it makes a lot of sense to do it link. He's the one that they are agreeing with the least. He's just not fitting in with the rest of the group. They're already going to have to like If you're taking the swap out of the equation right now like there are already at rest. Yeah I, well I know, but like if you are because I don't know if they had seen. Having this point, they had yeah but even if you take that out of the equation, then like we're at that five spot, and then like our best case is that we will win the next three. They will vote out three people who go to the merge five and five. But if not we at least wanted to go for people, we trust, so we're already in a lot so i. don't know I think it's the right call I think it's the right call. Yeah, all things considered okay would have gotten in with the row to four and five seconds. He would have been final. Five with I feel like that. From a Modern Day perspective actually think it's a pretty good move where. That he would have like I think the like right before the swap is a great time to get rid of hunter. Ends up being. A move that they're never going like. We're looking at it through the prism of like Oh. You'RE GONNA lose all the challenges, but they don't ever competed another challenge. Through their get rid of somebody who would have certainly defected to? Rotate by the way really bad luck for hunter to not have been on row to. Yet I think. The tribe splits could've. Busted a few different ways in some of these people would have had a better run. Yeah, I I think hunters is probably. The top example if he's on road to like I. Don't know if you swap the general over I. think he takes that general spot pretty's right now I said they didn't know about the swap the episode of The twist episode five from a season three. Probably not what we will watch in two weeks. That, it was air. It aired November eighth, two thousand and one the filming the first day of Survivor marquesses I believe according to the Ricky was November twelfth two thousand and one, so it's unclear if maybe they could have seen that episode before getting to Marquette or if November twelfth is the first day of the season like I know for survivor, the Amazon they. We had laughed about a week before the game started so. I don't know if they actually did or did not see that episode. That they expect it. We're happens. It's like after three votes and that does really feel like they're in trouble. He didn't see it. I didn't see it by. Will have to find out another time. Okay? The Votes Hunter Sarah Sarah Hunter, we vote for H. E.. Jeff is like initials. H.! Who who did you vote for? Boston goes he. Points at hunter. And then hunter hunter gives us a famous confessional on his way. On the way out the door I would've pulled the audio, but then my episode on CBS Alexis Star playing the net gotta the next episode halfway. He says I really. Don't understand the logic behind it right now, but hey, you got me. I was camping with a bunch of knuckleheads. Tell you that to your face when I see you again and I'll phone the Red Cross and let them know where you guys are so that you can be airlifted out of there after you die of starvation and. The next couple of days and hanging there, Gina I wish you the best of luck out of there. Now I. I. I see that you know once you die of starvation and dehydration. I don't know if the Red Cross necessarily needs to rush with the helicopter well I think I. Don't know about that. You got claim. Claim the bodies and stuff. I mean they could take Do Go I. Yeah I. Do we get there before? Okay, all right? I think he. He's like I. Don't really understand what happened here. And then he says I was camping with well. You said it both word being viewing Herman going crazy, you said camping You were camping. They were playing survivor. His mind, he was playing survivor and they were camping. No. These are not the kinds of people you want to go camping with. Yeah, at least the second time he says. To have no, he's like a season one contestant. He's basic. Yeah, there and season four's transformative season of the show. Who Yeah. Things are changing There's an evolution strategy. Occurring makes and available for purchase at the makes it makes a big jump really does okay all right Josh. Are you ready? To get into talking about this week's musical entries about this episode. I'm very excited to say here. We go this one. and. Reminder wing you need to. Say Leave Your Lipid. Happy for the rest of. The Circle on. Your. Screen. Road. A. All right one. Were able to convince Boston Rob to do a podcast with you about fear I'll tell you three people would listen to it. I'd be one of them. Yeah would drop ever talk about a movie on a podcast. Was Stupid. I would be so fascinated. Stupid! I Dunno okay all right movie. Last week. We had our week to. Up I really enjoyed our conversation about survivor Australia last week I did as well. That was yeah, alright. In third place. It was Dan from Colorado with Jerry. Yeah, that was a great one. That was really really fun. That was well done. Okay all right. In second place Josh. Was Nick Fishman and Aaron Robertson with make the leap. Hajer jump, yeah, okay all right and in first place big runaway last week with sixty three point seventy five percent of the vote. It was Kevin the CONNEC with jerky little secret. We think that you've done wrong. We don't see you there for long. Change, what we believe will take you out like mad dog Steve Town. You've been sneaking food. You have in your kindness grew because we. Just think that you were eating grass. We found out your Turkey later see! There you go all right. Let's bring in the host of the wand off here. Let's bring in the late Great Casey case Robin Josh. It's a pleasure to be back here with you talking about Towanda off from a show that was on the air twenty some odd years ago Yeah Casey would what is your favorite movie of all time? There's a brand new movie and it's called Scoop. So not sponsored. But if you go and watch it, let us know out jobs. She didn't yet rob what's scoop. Scoop no, it's expensive It's. Still it's like nineteen, Ninety nine to rent twenty, four, ninety nine to buy, but if you're buying that for family of four. It yeah I like going to the movies, basically the same thing. Look let me it should be. It should not be twenty dollars to watch once. I how? Probably not probably not, it's tough. Everybody's trying to figure this out. Yeah, it's too expensive me. WH- let me watch it. Let me watch it once and then guess what if we want it mile by for my kids. If they like it, don't get dominant, but I'm not. I'm not paying twenty dollars for a for the first run movie. Stop It. Okay I'm off my soapbox here all right? That's fine. Yeah. Twenty Bucks Revere Right Right. Because my kids might not even get through a once I thought you were going to say your kids might not like fear. Say Definitely won't do not yet know it'd be very proud of the younger brother at the end of the movie, but they're not old enough to appreciate it yet. Okay, Josh. The winners of the weekly Wand off. Could you just reset? What are the winner's getting yeah? Yeah. It's not capable of time. Travel the way that ours is a, but you will also be getting a wailers, wombats slap bracelet, which is currently in production, getting a made or going to send them out to the winners. You'RE GONNA. Get a slap bracelet. It's a witness, wombat slap bracelet, and I've seen the early design. I laughed Berry Heart. Yes just to see a weakness bats product on a slap, and then backed me up. Are Do they get additionally there hat involved? You get the hat. You get a slap. We need reorder. We can talk about that I'll do. All right okay. Of course you can send in your wand off submission every week to wiggle room at Rod has a website dot, com and vote for your favorite at rob as a website dot com slash vote Wanda. Josh this week. We've got something special. Mix It up where Cheney where breaking the format. What's we've got? Everything you're about to hear is in the top five baby. Skipping the honorable mentions and we're going right to the top five. Oh, wow! This is news to me, yeah! Breaking the format and breaking news. Happening Now! Wherein our. Ten Millions Wanda got to keep it fresh all right bear enough fair enough. Let's do it. All right. Josh first up. Let's go to Davis Komo will to talk about. These are eligible for a hat and a slap bracelet. That's right. Wow, we're getting straight to it I. feel like suddenly like, nervous and unprepared. The stakes are already very real. We are jumping right in. Wow, okay Davis. Kalo has the cure to see urchin sting. Here is your first song in wombat station. On my head. Cows I got stung by A. J! I've heard it's true urine. Counteract van. So Cloudy, It's. Just. Don't be like pappy performance anxiety because my hand is crazy, pay. Now as the theme golden boy, girls. Golden Boys Golden Shower. No, no, no. I like bats, okay gold at. Yeah, okay! Have a worse coach. Instinct Golden Bath is bad. Okay, all right. Josh our number, two song in Walnuts nation this week comes to us from Saraji. WHO's talking about? All Sean? Rector is looking for from hunter. What Shawn wants. He got it. But Sarah. She don't got it. All they're asking is for a little respect after tribal. Around the fire. Hunter. Communicate, you said. is in great. We gotta tell. All they're asking. For a little respect, don't be John Rave. Wants to do. Yeah. Our Esp E. C. T. none of U P on me on. Turn. Khaki. Tacked. On. Respect. I tired. Hockey Nine PCP. Okay! That was from. Re Thins on Franklin. God. That you have survivor puns out of us because there's some other ones that are available, and they're not good. Josh Number Three Song in Wa. That's nation is from Kentucky. Bevan to talk about what Kathy will do for a friend in need here is Kentucky Bevan. I great. Always. dropped. Holland! Ultra. Those! Jews bus. The news new. She. was. Ballast from the row to four seasons, nice should very good. Very Very. Next up. Here is James from Canada with a song about the man who gets his survivor career started with one of which turn out to not be a one hit. Wonder here's James from Canada. and. Rob. Pasta. Hey John. I talked to you over. Over here. May Not know this. But is and is. Taking a few bombs and my goal is through. But. Thank you. You. Won't review. I made. Man, I WANNA be, but I'll sit here the beaching father. Tree. Back. To. WHAT THE WILD! been on TV, you may think he's. There's no one there like Boston. Smell like my. Boss? Daylight Boston. You gotta be profound. Really struggled with that. ADDS Zane Zane. Take it. Hake? Okay I thought if way night, which is what got me to Zane. Founds. Night. Okay. Josh our number five song in Watts, nation is gonNA come to us from Dj. Noodle with a song about. What Kathy will do for you? If you need her to. Pass can shine. Super form is clearly having stage. They'll catching on, Carol. Hurting from the urgent, screaming for someone to. So. Down on his finger. P., WE'LL GET IT IN A. P on his boo. Boo Our. Own Lawn to, but I know that this move will band. Ban is for. So beautiful from Edward winners at war McCain. That's your five. Right special thanks to top five human randy new bull for narrating the list all week long. You could send in your Wanda offs for next week's episode to go room at ROB has a website dot com josh until next time, keep your feet on the ground and keep your hands. Straight yeah, okay, all right stung by urgency. Josh next week episode Fori Week Four for a week. Four E is always a special week around these parts and I I think. I think we're happy that we're we're. Going mid bears. Very young in in survivors run Somare through three weeks. We're we're. We're revving up the slap bracelets injury. Do Yeah, leaping far forward in time to a season of survivor that is closer to the modern era. Put is one that did not have wiggle room coverage. It contains. One of the very best episodes spore. In the history of anything. Yeah, let alone Alzheimer episode for here we go. You WanNA say. Four. We're going to San Juan. Del! Sorry, we're going to San Juan del, Surrey. The fringe on top. Over a talk about the legendary ballad. Of. The basic the basic bad ass drew Chris now. Yeah, it's all down time as not what a tribe who now? What a tribe WHO NOT BOO BOO! Boos Collins Natalie Anderson killing our emotional. Content of the season. Ale? Going to be great I'm really excited I love San Juan. Del Sur missy. It's happening it happening we four. We. Drew Christie Yeah Reiver's San Juan Del Story. Yes, okay, looking forward to next week and Juan del sorry. You're songs Ain. Wiggle Room at rob has a website dot, com okay. K. or I'll send you a reminder this week also. Dot Com. We robs website aecom, okay, Josh going on these days in addition to talking about old episodes of survivor with me and playing video games. We've got the everything. The super podcast over pusher recaps were Kevin Mateo. My very good friend of many many moons get together every week and talk about the marvel cinematic universe and this week. We're talking guardians of the Galaxy Whoa. We're up to guardians of the GALS. You Verse One. Yeah, very exciting. We're trucking through. Yeah, we're already starting to look ahead of what we do in when the MC has done. We've it out. Some I just started. It feels like it right, but we're already almost done with base to. We've got three movies left in phase two, and then we're up to the third and final MC. You face, so that's GONNA push. The says a really fun pipe. Has I love doing that every week? God seems like people are enjoying it. So that sounds like it's up your alley. Give it give it a listen guardians of the galaxy this week. That'd be dropping some time on Wednesday and then Mike Bloom and I are in the final push for season. Two of lost on down the hatch. Just three episodes left. We're up to question. Mark is the name of the episode, and it's literally just the question Mark Symbol. Is the title of so Mike and I have been pronouncing it Isn't pronounce the episode. Yeah that's coming out on Friday and then top chef. This week, so the top chef reality TV wrap up will be getting together. The judges panel will be getting back together to talk about. The finale will see who's GonNa win top chef this season. We'll break it down for you on Saturday is when you should like Saturday nights when to expect I. Yeah, okay, all right. Josh Wiggle are doing amazing work over on post. Show RECAPS DOT COM post show recaps. Dot Com slash itunes to subscribe to get everything going on over a post show recaps and we still have a lot going on. I am going to be adults and Ross has been teasing something that he's working on. I'm going to be checking in with him later on. Excited all right Mike. We're talk about Some of the contenders that are going to be showing up in the Mike, Bloom Tattoo brand steel later this week a minute. You're just GONNA. Talk about the contenders. You're not running the branch steal got to do. Some sort of casting special. Really. Guesses the Mike Bloom Tattooed Bockel. To we still. That's great. Is there something else for us to talk about? No no, not really. Really. A six episode. Set to. Slow! It should be a miniseries. Talking with bird is GonNa be back soon. Boy this this this whole that we got a really good talking with you bird coming up this week. The one you were teasing. And more. I had a big reaction to it. Yeah, no I feel like I'm podcasting like just as much as a like A. Like like point eight of like during the survivor season. 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REShow: Chris Berman. Hour 3 (11-19-19)

The Rich Eisen Show

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REShow: Chris Berman. Hour 3 (11-19-19)

"Thank you for listening to this. podcast one sports net production available on apple podcast and podcast one. Everybody's got A to do list. Drop off the dry cleaning pick-up some milk. Here's an idea. Let's add save hundreds of dollars on car insurance to that list and the good thing is you don't have to drop off or pick up anything. All you have to do is go to GEICO DOT COM and in fifteen minutes you could be saving fifteen percent or more on car insurance extra money in your pocket. Of course this may be the most rewarding warning to do you do today. Our number three. The Rich Eisen show is on the air. We had Tony Dungy pro football hall of fame head coach joining us in our number one. We got A man who is in the pro football hall of fame in the The Roselle Wing For Broadcasters Chris Berman joining us in the middle of this hour. Swami from ESPN was great to see him. Do the fastest three minutes and television with Tom Jackson on halftime of Monday night. Football last night right like the old days same thing like prime time on. ESPN plus like the old days every Sunday night and speaking of old days. NFL One hundred all time team Friday night NFL network. Eight eastern time. Me Chris Collins were bill check. We shot it. May and I cannot wait for you all to see it. It's been we've been cultivating escape or at least the. NFL films folks have been doing that that cutting down the material all the way down to an hour. I don't know how they did it. I don't know how Steven Zelin his In his crew did it but mental and everyone. NFL films is terrific at it so I can't wait to see what they came up with on Friday night and It's twelve running-backs. They sent out the list of finalists. I've been racking. This list is trying to figure out who the twelve are going to be in. It's very difficult. There are some obviously as you know there were. How many finals for name like like twenty five or thirty full page? Obviously that that list needs to be cut down by a third and it will be on Friday night and they'll be some head scratchers houses. How's this guy in not other guy now I mean and then there's a reaction show on NFL network at nine eastern time So they'll be some of that too. So Chris Berman was one of the selectors will be joining. Shortly Tony Dungy. We covered everything with them essentially He does believe that this is going to be the last year for for Philip rivers in in Los Angeles. It really was just tough watch last night for the chargers once again if they could turn and back time if they could find a way and and do all that and just replay the Games from five minutes to go all on out they they could be eight to if they could change the way that they lost in Tennessee if they could change the way that the last who games ended on hopefully game winning drives at Philip rivers ends with an interception they had so many chances missing field goals. It's kind of like a typical charge season as opposed to last. Yeah it seems like every year though I know yeah these conversations and then in terms of news we just found out Mike del the two foes future memoirs called sounds good right. That's the name of it. Sounds good you say it again. I I got underneath. That'll be how to mix says how I worked. I'm a whole thing mix and have fun Make a cover for me rich so help me out here let me help you. I'm more than happy to sort of how to mix and have fun doing it. It how to mix and give all your longtime friends and Family Three Different Laminates for my fiftieth birthday party for different grades of the I mean I don't forget it that on on how to make every big event in the world about you go. That is perfect. How to mix yourself how to mix yourself into every event for for a cocktail called success ago winter haven for four hundred sixty four inches? The number to dial right here on the rich Eisen show. Do you have on news. Update all prepared and ready to hit it. Please can roll with a report of the day's news news from the world of sports entertainment someone who is not a journalist or news man by any definition of the word whatsoever. It's Chris Brockman brought to you by the happy Honda Day. Sales event for new cars at the top of your wishlist this holiday season hurry and your local Honda dealer. Great deals are ready for you on the Accord Civic Sedan and civic hatchback today so no wrong defense and yet so right and so right. Go for Chris. Okay as we mentioned yesterday myles Garrett suspension appeal hearing is set for tomorrow. Oh yes he's doing it in for James Thrash is going to be there himself To see if that gets knocked down from the indefinite suspension for the rest of the season Freddie Freddie Kitchens Talk to the media yesterday and said he's still a fan of myles Garrett myles Garrett good good person he's a good individual tool He does a lot of community You know he's a soft spoken myles Garrett a good person we're not gonNA pile on mouth so he he had a bad lapse in judgment. And that's it but I'm still a myles Garrett Fan and I'm GonNa supporting our organization's going to support him in his teammates were supporting and this stuff was supporting. There's no excuse for that to happen on a football field. I know Oh that miles knows that all the players in the locker room knows that that's it. There's no excuse. But in saying that we're going to support Myles Garrett moving forward in any way that he needs support what else are you going to say. I mean that's the right way to do it. We don't condone it. But we'll welcome him back because he's a defensive player of the year and he's the first overall selection and Blah Blah Blah. I'll tell you this again. How things go? There's that first blush lauch reaction right now that everybody's got an ability to let you know what they're thinking in your hand and platform and social media gets it all out there so there's this big I blast of of thoughts and ideas and the theories and condemnation then when I dies down it's like well let's take a look a little bit deeper because we've already gone through the first thirty to sixty sixty minutes. What used to take an entire week to play out to learn what this person said or that person said her seeing someone at a water cooler two days later now you know within five minutes? What your coworker? Thanks what this person you see on television or on radio thank you see it right there in the palm of your hand because virtually everybody's got a twitter account so now after that burst of activity in order to continue covering the story for those of us in in in this position or for you as a fan to start thinking about what else is happening. That's when you start digging a little bit deeper if you will or just focusing attention on something else the cause of it. That's that's when things fall on Mason Rudolph he's the one who's started pulling a helmet off of myles Garrett. He was the one who overreacted. I he should be fine. Maybe suspended himself now that that's all dying down. I'm telling YOU THE CLEVELAND Browns slip up against the Miami Dolphins or going to Pittsburgh and is a reversal of fortune and suddenly Freddie. Kitchens will not have a winning record as a head coach this year could even be a losing record because he got nine losses going into December. Then it'll it'll be flipped on. Its him he's the one that didn't have enough discipline. He's the one yard even heard. Todd Haley say that this is a sort of stuff. Garrett used to do in practice assists with Greg Williams and so- Freddie Kitchens didn't put a stop to it the now the team that leads the league in penalties penalty yards and objections is now got losing record when we all thought they could make the playoffs and makes them. Hey Guess who's fault myles Garrett trying to Crown Mason Rudolph with his own helmet because it's not going to be on the first overall selection defensive player of the year candidate who the browns hope can be having. An image rehabilitated enough to lead them to the Super Bowl Sunday. It's GONNA wind up the lap of Freddie kitchen so him saying that is not only smart could also be obviously what he believes. But it's smart mark. 'cause it's GonNa come back around again as we're all waiting to fill in the blanks this when myles Garrett certainly certainly doesn't have his suspension eased at all what else Christopher. I know. You didn't see this morning so I'm just going to let you know Antonio Brown tweeted this morning. Yes I've been blocked. Yeah Antonio Brown tweeted this morning. I remember back in September when he took to twitter and got himself basically fired from the Patriots. Criticizing Bob Kraft different strokes different folks Cetera. Well I mean he. He was released by the team. Yes and then. That's when he went. All in on Bob Kraft and that's like the last person you should be going all in on. Yes while he took to twitter. Today Mr Kraft's I apologize sincerely to you and your organization exclamation but all I wanted was to be an asset to the organization star are for the bad media and the drama exclamation point. Thank you sincerely. AB posted on. Instagram should be noted you can. You can still see who he likes to post on instagram. Like by Tom. Brady join. Stefan Gilmore Brandon. Bolden for door set mccullers. Please come back. Do you think we need you. Yeah do you think. AB GETS BACK in the week this year. No He's not no he does not but these things he needs to do in order to get back in the League next year. Yeah because if I'm going to hire you need to know you're not going to blow up the situation like I saw on hard knocks and blow up the situation like I saw on twitter and also Conduct yourself in a manner. That's becoming a professional as well as a human being certainly towards women need to know about all that and the last thing the NFL is going to do with everything that's gone on Off the field and everything that's going on now with capper Nick with the NFL. One hundred season going down last thing that they're going to do is let another team sign Antonio Brown and if another team goes ahead and does it. He'll be on the commissioner's exempt list. And then we'll see him in twenty twenty anyway but what he needs to do is show owners in the NFL. I am not going to light light. You up on twitter and I won't use social media to make a big problem. Why didn't he apologize to the raiders? I wonder great question. These are all great questions and these are all things that you need to factor in if you do WANNA invite him into your house generation talented hall of fame worthy in terms of statistics but a royal pain in the ass without a a royal pain in the ass in one. I mean yeah definitely more and more of that Antonio Mora that Antonio and Rosenhaus sports needs to make sure it happens. We've talked a lot about Mitch. Trubisky the bears yesterday on some mysterious exit from Sunday Nights Nights football game in the fourth quarter during his. It's Monday press conference Matt. Nagy did say absolutely the trubisky will be the starter this week against the giants. If he's healthy enough to play quote every decision that was made it had zero to do with his play zero. It was completely based off the injury that he had and where he was at thought. Tony Dungy's comments that he made in the first hour saying. Hey you know a first or second year coach may not understand in real time you've got to give a national broadcast the nat- or Ah a national broadcasts or the National Broadcast Company. When Al Michaels sitting up there with Chris Collins worth an answer as to? Why your backup quarterbacks in the game you can't get a shrug Emoji from the bears when you're when Michele Tafoya knocks the door and says hey what's going on with your quarterback you can't go we don't have anything for you and then tweet out? It's a hip problem because that's going to be an issue and I even said to them like during a game you're gonna be able to figure this stuff out and you should be able to turn your PR person and say here's an answer to give somebody he he said. If you're a first or second year coach you might not think that. But if you're a veteran coaches should before you get your last autumn or to Chris Berman on time Brockman. I'll repeat one more time trubisky. Nagy Twenty twenty run it back get ready. Bears fans is going to happen but Lawsuit Berman this date in history. Fifteen years ago rich the malice in the palace. Where were you man? What date was this so that would be two thousand thousand? Four November is remember nineteen th two thousand dollars probably on the set of NFL total access totally not knowing. This was happening at the time and then it boy was ugly. Oh my gosh. Is that one of those For better or worse one of those moments that you wish twitter. It was around for sports and Always Metta World Peace Aka. Ron Test came on the show cities now friends with the guy who threw the beer after threat right. We should post that video. Let's find and posted later on today. You got it all right. Let's take a break. Chris Berman when we come back. He's one of the selectors of the NFL. One hundred all time team and again it was just great to see him last night. on On the halftime segment doing the fastest three minutes again with him in Tj no-one circles the wagons adkins like him look. WHO's the top team in the AFC wild card race? Obviously we all know his affinity for the San Francisco. Forty niners look. We've got the the best record in the NFL Eastern National Football Conference love it Perm and when we come back on the rich Eisen show football season he's in his ear and it's time to dominate the competition with your fantasy picks and RJ bells green preview on comcast sports net. Is Your secret weapon victory. I said the fact. They didn't run it up and we wind house me. This guy so confident he wants the high history no matter the matchup. Rj's got you handled with topnotch analysis analysis for the best NFL picks around now. Is that true or not. I don't know very optimistic. Download RJ bells dream preview. Every week on Apple podcasts and podcast I one DOT com. Welcome back to this show It was great Monday night football halftime last night I heard I heard the promotion of it towards the end of the second quarter. And I'm like. Is this really happening. This is fantastic. Cause I've enjoyed watching him in. TJ back on NFL prime time on ESPN plus whereas I'm calling it the plus It was the fastest. Three minutes on Halftime last night the old fastest three minutes from Chris and TJ. Here's a here's a little taste Ravens Texans supposed to be showed onto the big crabcakes. Lamar Jackson made a mockery of that. And it looked. It's a five five whipper. I was literally laughing out loud at home And it's just great to see good friend. I'll throw to be able to call him a friend in a long time. Colleague Chris Berman Backyard. The Rich Eisen show. How you doing Chris? I can still crack you up after an APP done my job. You know that sound effect and Nice to be with you and happy holiday. They say we First of all. It's just been a gas with Tommy but I'm not specifically with Lamar Jackson so whoop was kind of invented for Barry Sanders. Right sure. Well he's not the he's the first but this is Barry Sanders like every week so we bring our curly from the three from the three stooges and make you laugh at home. That's what we're doing and it was great. I literally left Iraq. Five five of five Wilbur. And I'm wondering what what is it been like to be paired with with TJ again. Chris I imagine you thought you probably wouldn't get to do you prime time again like Like you did for all those years. Well correct I mean. We can't do it on over the air. TV is the laws the you know the deal with the TV deals and that's been that way as you know so five but First of all Tommy is one of my best friends in life let alone. TV So just to do the show eight to do it with one of your best buddies. And I never thought that would happen. I did suggest to our our new president who we like immensely Jimmy Patera the look at ESPN plus big directive here the parent company Disney. And I think if we can get the rights to do primetime on on that I consider coming back because it's fun. Be I think the viewers or what do you call them on the phone. The phone I. I don't know what I'm saying. Jesse and Tommy was just just on heard of bonus But I also feel I think you being an old time he. SPN person will get this. We started rich we at three million subscribers well the phone or ESPN plus had like what in the twos. When when this went on in September and I think we can move the bar and help up you one last time established if it was a win on every count but to look fans love it? It's one hundred year football the fortieth year of ESPN. Let's just are we in the business and give people what they want and I mean maybe not everybody loves me fine with that. But here's highlights and it's it's a hell of a show we we can now access all the games but really you're not I still think and you do this sort show. I mean I still think you want to sit down and have fool me okay. I've seen the place I've seen this but I didn't see it Tampa in Atlanta. Didn't play let you know what I'm saying. I didn't see that game. And and give it to me in three minutes and give me another one in three minutes and Lo and behold it's forty five minutes rich without any commercials. which is you'd think Massa take take a sip of water on a live job? Do you have a commercial break. Oh God but it's Great Chris. Because again I think in our current day and age those who are you're in charge of Sports television products and distribution are assuming people are seeing everything living on their phones whether it is through twitter or is through just being able to get a text from somebody or they are watching it live through some sort of streaming feed that. You've already gotten that information. And instead now all fans WanNa know is analysis or argument over. Who was right and who is wrong? As opposed to sitting down and getting a story told to them by somebody who is expert at telling a story and has fun. I'm doing it and that conversation about what happened. Not through the prism of XS and os or argument. Just two guys talking. And I can't get enough of it Chris. I can't well neither. Can we doing it. It's a blast. It's something I would watch whether we do it or not and look for the fan. It's for again to reiterate and I've always thought that that premise. which you just laid out was not wrong per se in some way but I do feel every now and then you WanNa give me a half hour? Give me forty five. GimMe Gimme the full meal of especially in football Sunday. Give it to me. Even if I've seen a lot of it but not piece together back to back to back and it's just been to go back to your first question. Yeah it's it's unbelievably ably fun. But it's even better than I thought it would be probably not speaking for Tommy. And maybe better than he thought it would be. I mean it's just it's fun fun to watch the Games we do the show. which was the best show that I've ever done at least show you know and we have to do it again? And if I am Bob Seeger compare myself with a friend of mine but going out on on a final tour. Why wouldn't it be? NFL Primetime. It's it's a gift gift and open to help the fans out there think it's a gift and I'm glad you do I sure do again on. ESPN plus and it's on Sunday nights but it's also available via replay through through Wednesday of of every week. So if you missed it this Sunday you can go to. ESPN plus and and get it. Right now As I went to break Chris I mean the wagon. Circling cling is working right. Now I mean they're I think they're for real. I don't know a lot of people would agree. The kid at quarterback can make some plays with his arm and his legs eggs. John Brown is putting together a season. That only people who own them and fantasy leagues I think are paying attention. To how valuable do you think these bills are Chris. Well I think into the big picture rich and if you look at every team starting with doing we're not we don't have time analyze the whole thing because it's but everybody has some flaws we'll go through all the time but the Buffalo's got a really nice defense and I think that we started to see the turn. Not that if you score twenty so you went all the games anymore. But we don't have a year like last year richly fifty four fifty one right the rams of the chiefs forty three to forty or forty five five forty two will have some of those but the super bowl was kind of kickoff of you know. Bring your defense get. That may count for little more the next year and I think we've seen a lot of that this your show on that premise. Buffalo has a really nice defense Do they have Bruce Smith defensive no but they they have a really good team defense. which is Sean McDermott fourteen. Anyway Leslie Prager. So can they score in the twenty S. That's the question for Buffalo. 'cause you know they. They held they lost the game in which they gave up. Nineteen sixteen two weeks ago to Cleveland. So can the score on the twenty s if so joe then they're definitely viable because as you know defense is portable and they're not GonNa win the division they could but so they'll be early on the road for every game. They play if they're lucky enough to make the playoffs and defense is portable bad weather. It works so in that way. Yes and if you look at Okay so New England and Baltimore their head and shoulders above everybody. At the moment you know the cheap short things out so if you look at those two teams Buffalo Brianna defense. Yeah they can make some. Don't I guess I believe that I know it. It looks like they may have to go. They could wind up up say in Indianapolis or Houston for for a wild card weekend playoff contest or even Tennessee And that that that one is out of the realm for for Buffalo to actually win a playoff game for the first time in forever and then you know One of your adopted. NFC teams with the forty niners. They bring in their defense. It's too I mean What who is the best team in the NFC based on what you can tell? Chris Berman through eleven weeks. That's a very good question. NFC Wash Josh first of all Richard. Isn't it nice in the NFL. Primetime we get. The Forty Niners is bills playoff football. I thought that was very nice. That's team as we shit. Now I might lean to New Orleans I know the forty niners only have one loss against it and that'll be a huge game down there in a couple of weeks Only because of the balance. And we're looking at what six ten and we were looking at San Francisco Seattle and the rams in the West. We're looking Green Bay. MINNESOTA WILL NEW ORLEANS. That's six and then pick a team in the. Let's let's just say seven. Who's the best balanced? I lean to war liens now. Drew doesn't look quite right yet. Some I get get it but every team Kinda lost game two weeks ago and they all came back and won so to answer your question. Best Balance New Orleans. But here's Aaron Rodgers. Here's that San Francisco Defensive Russell Wilson picked before the year to be the MVP and we'll see So what do you think I mean I in. That's a tight a couple of weeks ago. It looks like Minnesota might have the best balance although they don't have. I like the quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Russel Wilson are different breed as drew. Brees it as I am I am I am agreeing with you because I I still in terms of balance in terms of experience and in terms of being able to put points on the board and being able to take away what a team can do with takeaways the the saints still still add up they still add up to all of that. You know what I'm saying. I mean they still add up when it comes down to it you you know who will be able to consistently do it. Who can do it in your house? Whose House would be tough for you to win in And I do. I still just buy into football. All God's stuff whether it is you know as you pointed out you know your your favorite teams or adopted teams or are playing. Well when when your show is put back on the air on ESPN PM. Plus just everything. The fact that the saints wanted all in Miami. It's ten years later. I just I just. I don't know I put it all together and I. I still think that the saints thanks. Despite that slip up a clunker happens every now. And then I'm just going to say that's an outlier energy with the saints. Look like for the next six months and if you go to football gods theory which you know you you can go broke predicting Their old one right. I'm not saying that that's why they would then advance to the super bowl. But that's another thing thing that's certainly lines up. I mean we don't have to Rehash January. Well it's also the year before to the miracle that might Minnesota pulled off. I mean back to back years for the saints needs to be knocked out in those Gutting Fashions I. I hear you have Chris Berman here on the rich Eisen show so The NFL one hundred all time team show is on Friday night on NFL network. I am thank. You voted on it and that's a year and a half ago when I don't we taped it in May may and Belichick is dynamite. Chris I mean he is so good at being the analyst for this show along with Collins worth he is so very good. It's GonNa blow a lot of people away. Well let me just aside and I know bill pretty well and every time through the years we get into would discussion about not. So what are you gonNa do left tackle but So let's talk about what for example. This is years ago. Now when he passed curly Lambeau. I did a lot of homework on curly. Lambeau I mean we know. Who isn't you know other you? You should read some articles and this and that and you knew all about it. Not because he was passing him just because he's a he loves the history of the game now in this on this committee. Bill probably told you this when you take your show. Maybe you didn't didn't so he went back and looked at film of guys in the Thirties and the forties and the Linemen in the thirties. Asian and the forties. Well Bill Belichick is going to look at and this is where all our twenty six or twenty seven twenty eight person panel. We're listening to you. Know I went back and looked at XYZ for two minutes WHOA. I wasn't that impressed when I first looked at Bronco Gerski but the more I look at wall now my two questions. He went back to look at Brock Gerski. So And I will. We'll say this and I I called him privately before I made my final vote. Not Checking hadn't decided but I wanted to run a a few of the borderline borderline for example in our final Bala. We had to pick ten quarterbacks. Do you know the guy. I'm not mentioning. Do you know the guys you have to cut cut to make only ten quarterback at ten A.. Lot No it's not a lot because the first seven or eight in almost every position obvious we're not ranking in order order so back to bill. I ran a lot of the positions by. I didn't tell them who I was leaning like again. Three names sometimes Eh. One spot kimmy what you say. He had someone everybody whether they were often the forties fifties or more likely seventies or eighties. Who early in his career? He was an assistant coach against well and off. He brings that to the broadcast to Chris for for the players of that era thirties and forties. Who make the team because there are that do that? Do make the team we we let or the NFL films people. Obviously we're producing it had ballot check run through those guys. He was the one who talked about those guys through. The Bella straighter is what it's called where he does the coaches clicker with whatever greenie filmmaker. They could on earth for some of these players and the things that he would say for these guys. We were all blown away the same thing as you're like Whoa. We had the same reaction action to on the set and the the reverence that he would have saved for the Baltimore Colts because you know he grew up watching those guys The way that he would talk about them with a certain Certain excitement which is the only word to put it for him and it was great. And here's one of my favorite rich stories that he would tell about. I can't reveal which guy but there was a guy who does make the team at quarterback and he talked about how he was at a camp and this quarterback order back was there and he goes. Well I didn't catch passes from the quarterback. I was the center for my team so I snapped him. The ball and the Collins worth like doc is that the most belichick thing he could have possibly said right there. Huskies you can't talk enough football with them and be because is you know 'cause you do a wonderful job at that back. Whatever you're at the hall of fame and I've been fortunate enough to be the MC all these years but that that's not the point the point is he? Would I often see him in August at training camp or something after all the famous and he'd WanNa hear stories of guys. I might run into. You know where they're saluting their teammates or whatever and he couldn't listen or not he's he's just he's all about football in so respects the history of the game and and I will say this I wanted. I mean I'll say this I'll say the player 'cause I'm not saying who vote. I didn't ask him who he voted for. You didn't ask me about four one name I brought up with Fran. Tarkenton I think's gets completely overlooked at forty seven thousand yards. Yeah but no no. We had the most yards at the bill. I Fran Tarkenton lowers is on. The phone lowers his voice. Remember a couple of years I was Detroit. Roy toward the end of his run with the Vikings lowered his voice even more boomer. He was a problem he said. That's why I it was a problem and okay. I don't even need any analysis. I mean when you know he I mean I mean he coordinated against some he coached against Saami grew up watching some. I mean his dad was A coach of the first variety in the mid Atlantic area. He's exposed. I mean he's perfect to this. I can't wait for you to see this to be a part of it and and you you must have had a gas doing it. We just throwing and I'm sure these guys aren't on it so I just look. It's not for me but I'm a historian you know. I'm a history history major in American history let alone football and but most of the guys on the panel forgotten more football than than I'll ever know I mean you know the list of who was on their pillow you know Gun Shula John Madden Tony Dungy. I mean we go on and on right Ozzy Dan fouts and then leaving tons of people allowing Bill Polian Ernie of course she and what am I doing. It was more like. How did I get in here? But at any rate I gave a speech for for Jim. Thorpe and red grange. Okay and Jim Thorpe. I noted and even make the final ballot because I know what the final bout but I should look. I'm just saying it's like voting for the MVP a little bit for me just a few without those two guys. We're not having this meeting so I'm voting for both of them now did did I leave out of one or two. Oh my God you left out x and Y. Yeah I feel good about it. No I felt Jim Endorphin. Red Grange should be representative for calling one hundred players now. But that's my interpretation of. It's not who ran for the most yards you know that's a stat so it was. It was fun and parenthetically. We're having a show on Christmas Eve. Maybe you're seeing on a Monday night. I I've done my top fifty plays and well the white lean and something like last night we had a bunch of Jim. Brown runs like you can't. TV makes it a little different than. Here's a list rich. This is different so uh but we're putting them all together on a show on Christmas Eve. My top fifty. That are being released three at a time on Monday. Night countdown. So that'll be maybe under everybody's bodies tree one hundred hundred virtually look we love pro football and it's time to salute and maybe even educate those that never saw were never hardly hardly ever heard of gale Sayers and I'm not even talking about you. Know Red Grange or Sammy. baugh Don Hudson Gale Sayers to us as well to anybody under you know under forty five or who you know. It's fun to see that stuff and educate Chris. 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Episode 222: Emerging - Joshua Lesser

Judaism Unbound

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Episode 222: Emerging - Joshua Lesser

"Support for this episode of Judaism unbound comes from the Osman Family JCC in Palo Alto California, whose vision is to be the architects of the Jewish future. The Schmidt Family JCC is an incubator for new expressions of Jewish identity. It creates innovative learning celebrations, arts programs that inspire personal connections to people and ideas from across the Jewish world learn more at www dot. Palo Alto JCC DOT Org. This Judaism! Unbound episode, Two, hundred, twenty, two emerging. Welcome back everyone. I'm Dan. Levinson and Roessberg and we are here today as we often are these days with a returning guest, so we're really excited to welcome back Joshua. Lesser and when I was looking over my notes, I realized that Joshua here for episode thirty five in felt to me like when we had you. Unless time it was like we hit. We were already veterans and we knew what we were doing and we were. You Know Meeting New People that we didn't already know and now looking back now from the perspective of episode two, hundred twenty two. It feels like that was actually a very long time ago, and we didn't know. We were such young. Young podcasters only six months in anyway. We are thrilled to have you so just as a couple of words of introduction Josh Lesser, is the rabbi at congregation heavy in Atlanta Georgia, which is a very interesting place for all kinds of reasons, well first of all very an interesting place, just to remind folks that it is a what you call, the gay and lesbian founded synagogue, and now is. synagogue. Glad has that history and and now focuses on all kinds of folks, and it's important I. Think for this conversation to note that it is in Atlanta Georgia which there are two interesting things about Georgia in Atlanta Georgia well, there are a lot of interesting things if added, but the in terms of the Times that we're in one. Is that the CDC? The Centers for Disease Control is based in Atlanta and the second is that Georgia is one of the early states attempting in some fashion to quote reopen. After or during the covid nineteen crisis while south. Like to call it, so Josh, first of all welcome. Welcome back to Judaism inbound so great to have you. Thank you. So we wanted to talk to you before certainly before Georgia started this attempt to reopen and whatever fashion, but also not even realizing are thinking about the fact that the CDC is Atlanta, we were interested in talking to you because you've started a couple of facebook groups for clergy, and and I guess Jews in particular. The High Holidays and a lot of what you were writing in, there were things that we'd been thinking about and saying, and it was really interesting to hear them from the perspective of a Congregational Rabbi because sometimes. And I think that what we're saying is. Kind of yelling into the wind. You know it's not really. GonNa be all that popular in the world of existing Jewish Institutions, but but you were saying a lot of the same types of things in particular, the thing that really struck a chord with me was something that you wrote I think relatively early on in the in the covid crisis where you said that you didn't think. Think that we were going to be going back to where where we were before. Even though people are talking in that language, and instead you saw it as something, a form of emerging and I'm wondering if you could talk a little bit about what you meant back then and how you've continued to think about it in, let's say the month or so since you originally wrote that. I appreciate that in you know in some ways even as you were reflecting on episode thirty five to today and it kind of looking at. What a significant difference that you've made! I look back at what I made that statement and even though wasn't nearly that long ago. I don't think I have as much knowledge as I have today to realize how Russian in many ways that was and so. You know I was noticing back then that even even in a very quick short way that there were substantial substantive things that were changing in the ways that we were thinking and how we how we were engaging. And, so it felt really important for us to not have this. We're going back mindset, but to begin to think about. How we're going to emerge. What are the lessons that were going to be able to take from this and so? As I believe that this is going to be quite a much longer journey than I certainly and probably many of us imagined. I think that there now are a lot of systems that will begin to breakdown. In terms of the. How it impacts my life directly as I think that already the nature of what is a synagogue and a lot of the structures that support synagogues were already fragile in terms of what does membership me, and so if you just think about, you can stream into any service in a nearly around the world. We've had guests from Israel. We have visitors from other places this whole idea of the membership model and how you create informed community. Folks that had moved away, who? Maybe see once every three years when they came back to Atlanta are now attending services regularly and I had a Cairo. Tell me hey, this allows me to go back to my synagogue. Reiger up, so you're not going to see me on Friday nights so I think that they're really powerful ways where we are reimagining community, and then looking at what are the things that we need to do for support. And old fashioned phone calls if for instance have really made a difference to a lot of people who feel incredibly isolated. That was not something that we as a synagogue were consciously calling our members as we are today, so I think those are some very simple examples, but when those start breaking down, you begin to kind of very quickly. Start thinking about okay. What a what's GonNa Merge? If we were a quote, unquote, go back to normal which I don't think is possible. What those things that we would then begin to carry room, and then what are things that are permanently damaged one of the positive trends that I'm seeing? Is, there's a desire to support one another cross denominational so when I go to thinking about high holy days know what would it mean for us to be able to offer different modules for communities to shine in different ways, and there were clusters who are offering things, so we weren't all having to work so hard in this area of kind of competition in potentially what may be that? We're not really talking about yet is competition for our sustainability, our financial wellbeing? How do we begin to share resources that way I believe? That's the frontier of the next conversations. I mean when you talk about the idea of emerging and I apologize if you wrote this in the original post, I don't remember but. I think about a Caterpillar and butterfly that there's this idea that you are one thing, and then you went into a certain process of what's it called with caterpillars of? This and solicitous Christmas I was thinking crystallization, but yeah so Christmas, and then you emerge as something generally a lot different other. Actually you know when you look at a butterfly, you actually do see the Caterpillar there. It's not completely gone but. But I I but I'm thinking about how the One of the mistakes is that if you if you emerge? If you understand I, guess like I'm thinking. We've also used the metaphor of the exodus, and that were in the Wilderness, and the question is kind of a where do go after the Wilderness, and you know it's interesting, because in the story of the Torah, it's like the people that are in trouble are the people that? That are saying. We want to go back to Egypt. The people who are the good people you know you kind of say that we should still keep going on and I'm thinking about. It's almost like you go. You go into a cocoon into the Christmas, and then it's like, and then it's over, and we're back to being a caterpillar, or or no, we can emerge as. As a butterfly and the their two pieces that I kind of wanted to explore with you about that one is is what might the butterfly look like? And why do we think we're in a process of emerging and change as opposed to that? We could go back. I think that's one of these questions that we need to sharpen our answer to. Why can't we just go? Go back why after this is over? But then also what what might? That Butterfly looked like? But the other piece that I think is really important to press on. Is that when you're in the Christmas or when you're in the Wilderness? That is a short term situation that shouldn't be evaluated so so with all these kind of in my opinion, they'll kinds of measurements and analytics. It's actually not representative of the past or the future. There's something that I of feel. People are making a certain kind of analytical mistake by saying what's working now a month or two months after this this this incredible upheaval that we were completely unprepared for and if people are watching a lot of digital stuff that means that's the future, and if people are ebbing in their digital consumption that means it wasn't really a big deal, but no, this is a chaotic period interim period that is actually part of a process of of evolution. So how do we even think in a time like this? or how are you thinking in a time like this? To me, there's this incredibly important layer fats when there is such substantive change that there needs to be a pastoral and spiritual process that goes alongside whatever the practical on the technological changes in shifts are, and so sometimes I think that we lose sight of that piece so when I think about Christmas when I'm aware of is that it actually is a tight container, so that the what's happening in their the caterpillar somewhat I'm assuming painfully has to press up against the boundaries in order for something new to emerge, and so there is a great deal of loss in pain that we're experiencing right now, and that is a human beings who wanna. Seek Comfort or seek pleasure or just pleasants. I in that there is a way where I think. We try to go to that short term and so often that short term is the fleshpots of Egypt's like we WANNA go. rather than. Trust and step into the unknown, and I think that's where it's spiritual. Concepts ended up being incredibly important. For me this this idea of there's a quote that drone talks about used to have it over her desk in. Has the denial in it, and so that often freaks people out I actually gravitate towards it in. It says that the more that we expose ourselves to nine elation. The more that we will uncover what is indestructible about us? This is a process of letting. Go letting go, but he got. And so I think that we we're often trying to find the resolution or the answer before we do letting go. and. We happen to know what the processes for the Caterpillar, but I don't know if the Caterpillar knows what the processes right it knows it has to go through something and so I think that part of it is, we have the tools, and we have the support of one another to be able took on step into that unknown to be able to see what will emerge rather than to kind of. Move into that game of prediction, ended in to be honest is why I set up the first ace book group is because I wanted to create a field where people could talk about what are the spiritual challenges and be tender vulnerable in raw about it without having to kind of you know a Lotta particular Jewish world, but most clergy liked to be very presentable and looked like everything. Is Ok rather than kind of say? Wow, this is truly crazy. It is upsetting and I. Don't know how to lead a small now. I'm really excited. Generally by the way you think but but also specifically by a couple of things that you said kind of in passing, but that I think are huge, and so I want to try and unite to things that came up so far so one is that you advocated for some kind of clusters. You advocated that as opposed to communities each on their. Their own creating some kind of how I mean you were talking about holidays I don't I don't think this applies to high holidays. Personally but like the idea that in this digital universe where it's universe, but also we're all like in the same kind of I dunno local place like we're all able to access it. There might be a benefit in beyond anything we've thought. Thought of before beyond like the the seven synagogues in the city, having a little joint council, or whatever like much much more expansive kind of clustering. I think that's huge, so that's number one and the other thing you said that you said quickly was you have some people that are located all around the country that are coming to your services super regularly and also and this. This is the part I I hereby say that frequently with their livestream. This allows people who moved away a few years ago to come in what I don't always here is the other side which you know has to exist by definition, which is some people who were coming to our community in person are going elsewhere digitally and not coming to ours, which by the way? That's okay like what that reflects to me is wow. People are realizing in this moment something that has been true before by a lot of communities have been sort of quietly live streaming but like. Our communities are Trans Geographic already. At least many of them are and a place like bad coffee remains a perfect example I. Remember when we had you on the show either just before or just after we had Sandra Lawson, who was at the time, and now not living in Atlanta, but who I know was deeply connected to your community and I'm assuming is probably still connected to your community in various ways and. When you have a strong congregation like Klay Green the. I don't know the right term like tentacles, fears ripple like the the tentacles. The ripples go out to the rest of the country so I guess what I'd love to hear more of. What does that mean like if? If Beta v remains one example, but not not by any means the only example is in this moment becoming a kind of trance geographic. How does that Lake Change the game? We have to understand the kind of complexity of our communities and I think that. For a substantial? I don't know if it's a majority but a substantial number of our members. They WanNa go to a place where they can see each other's faces. I'm one of the things that's come up on. My facebook is when people have been trying to put liturgy in the main box which Dan obscures has shared the screen at obscures people's faces. People have been reporting that people are saying we rather see people's faces and have proficiency with the Liturgy. It know. And that there needs to be other words, but in some ways there is that connection, so I think that there's a balance between. Besides of who do you know? What does that community look like verses? How do I find the aspect of a service or a community feel that feeds my soul and Out of course have an ego so at first you know when my car again said I was going to a difference in a guy. For about thirty seconds it's like, and then it was like he's telling me this. There's something actually good here. you know I can withstand that. That little ego hit, and you'll be curious and for him that there was the sense of of comfort of returning to the synagogue of where he grew up and actually again. Kind of for him. This is a journey about finding connections and. The as as community leaders, helping people be stewards of their own spiritual journeys, and having these convening spots, but not having the entirety of Jewish life revolving around bus service, but rather it will help people on their spiritual journey. Find what the good fit is. And I think that if we were able to open that way. The end goal is really about. How do we live meaningful thoughtful Jewish lives? In the midst of a pandemic, and if we're able to do that, that creates a certain kind of resilience rather than being so focused on this idea of all. My member should be doing ABCD. It really is how do I steward? The life of the people who are connected to me and trust me enough to find the resources that pay me. I WANNA to Talk a little bit about. Go back to what you were talking about. The very beginning about the idea of the phone calls and the the question about that. You just mentioned the the notion that I think when we think of as synagogue, we tend to think of it as surrounding service like you said, and that's the primary. That's the primary thing that a synagogue about and if you. You. If you want that, then you should be a member of a synagogue. If you're looking to have your Jewish life surrounding something else, then that would probably be a different kind of organization, and I'm wondering if maybe one of the ways in which the butterfly looks different on the other end of this is that that's not the way that we think of it and I guess I wonder about that. Can you talk a little bit about as you start to see it or as you're starting to imagine it then? How does that change like do we do? We need as many synagogues, or or is it possible that some things like the service like do I need for example? Do I need to participate in a service led by the same person who's going to be calling me on Sunday to check in with me, you know in to give me. The pastoral helped that I might need and. Or. Is it possible that that we can you know? pull apart some of those functions and say well. Maybe we only need a few national level services that people can attend you know in that. What's local becomes something else. That feels very exciting to me an impart I. Actually think that most of our communities are needing a heavier pastoral response than we're able to deliver. And that when we are putting so much of our energy in trying to produce a meaningful service, than I think that we lose some of that potential to actually support people where they are and just given who we are, we have different people leading and we. We've done something on through the leadership of. Our music director. We've we started inviting musical guests artists across the country to come and join our services and then I have a friend who is a singer songwriter out in San Francisco. Who Seeing Social Justice Music Is Leah Rose and so I was inspired to invite her so. kind of a hybrid we're now. We're able to bring other people into our community across the world rather than having to pay it off. Scholars residents artists residents fees while we certainly have. been thinking about. How do we support their aren't Assad they're they're living. Enduring so that has made it so much easier to kind of give this kind of texture experience, and it takes a little bit of weight off our shoulders particularly in this time. When as you're saying there's so much loss. At the pastoral need could be expanded if we were to carry the load the burden for each other in this time, and then Shabaab could be the ritual place where whatever work people are doing with their rabbis in their spiritual directors could be kind of container where they're able to find what it is that they need. So. Then I think we got to play more at this. Caterpillar crystallised butterfly. I think there's a lot a lot there, but so now I'm just I'm willing around with Oh. What what's the butterfly looked like? You said. The Butterfly still does sort of the Caterpillar on the other. I think that's actually profound, and there's something there. We kind of have to look closely to see it by the way like I. Think exactly it's got squinched. You got a notice certain things. Yeah usually look at yeah, so butterfly Caterpillar. CARE civilised metamorphosis great! Okay, so I wanna sit with another piece that. I would like to be part of the butterfly on the other end, and that's that Josh. You've created a couple beautiful facebook convening places in the midst of this pandemic that. To Go back to the butterfly like I really think that we might have felt them as a need of this moment, but I think are the kinds of things that we would need moving forward. They're the kind of groups that I saw them and I was like Oh. Yeah, that should obviously exist like always like it's. It's one of those things that like. How did this? Not? How wasn't this? They're already. But that's not. You still did a specially holy service in creating, but one that I want to name. Is You created a group that's called spiritual and communal responses to covid nineteen, and it's a gathering space. Really incredible diversity across religious traditions. I read through the threat of all the different moderators and you've you've convened this really cool set of Christians and Muslims and Jews that are all coming from a wide variety of perspectives and. I have. I've participated a little bit, but mostly just been reading and learning exploring and what I've loved about it is that. You know it helps. It helps you to realize that like. In certain ways? There are things that feel like obvious to me that are as as somebody coming from Jewish frame of reference, or at least my specific Jewish Prima reference that are not obvious to people from other traditions and vice versa. There's things that people who are from a Christian or specific Protestant Christian frame of reference or specific Muslim have. Throughout as like Oh. Yeah, every week we do this and it's like. Wow that's genius never thought of that. It's your basic obvious inclination, and so I think having space like that is so so important in having one. That's big. That has tons of threads, tons and tons of back, and forth is so powerful, but I guess what I would ask is like. In what ways? Is this moment one. That we really just need to focus on the unification's moment that we really need to be as Jews. Looking for wisdom in other traditions. Sit noticing the parallels. And also the complicated like in what ways. Might. Be a challenge when we're when we're in spaces like that and coming from a group that is. Generally a smaller group in the vast majority of areas of this country. Like how do we? How do we play that balance? And how can sort of all of it collectively strengthen the the religious spiritual ecosystem? For Longtime I felt like the Jewish contribution and interreligious or multifaith space depending. There's a lot of what I've learned in creating this group. There's a lot of feelings about which were you use we originally multifaith clergy and I dropped that because there was such a. Challenge around the word faith as a Christian hegemonic word. And I realize in the South I've just adopted because shorthand, and it's easy. And actually look forward to perhaps a little bit down the road, really diving more deeply into. How we can do this because I actually think. It a parts of what people are saying. Let's not get bogged down in the language. Because a rabbi started this group, and actually this group is not acting in hegemonic ways and and I think that it says something that a queer Jewish and created this container for. This place where people of all different faiths and traditions and religions and spirituality are gathering. And one of the things that I have felt about my Jewish spirituality religion sit. In for me, being a rabbi means. I have a Jewish toolbox that I can actually serve humanity. Whereas I think a lot of times where we've gotten stuck. As rabbis particularly is that we have a Jewish toolbox to serve Jews. And and I think that what we stopped short of just serving Jews were doing a huge disservice to the actual impact that Judaism and our tradition can have on the world, and so I think this group is an example of how just some ways that I have understood. What does it mean to be a religious minority? Create safe space has. A different voices. To emerge in support of Wade's that are just kind of by nature to how I walk in the world. Just like begun to learn from these other traditions, what are things that they do on a regular basis that have been really profound, or even some of the struggles like thinking about how Christians serve communion, and what that means has helped me. Go back and try to figure out what. What are the most essential pieces? If we were to totally change, let's say how we Torah. Which I think we're having to do right now. It's not the I'm making the. Those two are not the exact same things that they have a similar kind of importance into the centrality of our worship is like and what our community experiences. And so there's also a lot of empathy, and I can ask somebody who is not so attached to things is the way that they've always been for their wisdom in terms of lookie in that's where I think that we can be incredible. Hope to each other zero as where when we've always done something in a particular way, it's really hard for us to see. what that next evolution is. It's part of what I'm saying I don't know the Caterpillar knows that it's going to become butterfly, right and so but sometimes those of us who are looking outside. We can begin to see if you've ever seen a Christmas, you could begin to see the wings. Through the end, so somebody else can help us see what it is that we're emerging into and I. think that's incredibly for me. There's a lot of residents. There's a lot of and that I wanna be able to offer that I want to be able to receive. I'm curious I. Guess How you think we're doing on that score because. Sometimes I. You know I think it's part of the nature of this podcast to be a little critical, but then sometimes when I look at it I I think we're doing pretty well. meaning that the Jewish community feels like it shut down quite quickly and went to digital quickly, particularly thinking about synagogue that have largely aging populations and I think they're mostly on zoom. It's pretty pretty great. and I wonder whether that has to do in part with our history of having these kinds of disruptions to our lives, as Jews happening on a regular basis and I'm curious, maybe also if you could draw the connection to whether you think are you've been seeing that? Let's say the LGBTQ founded. Synagogues are doing better than others or are there groups that are kind of saying like this is what happens. We move forward, and and we can figure this out and you know maybe the fact that it's a gay rabbi. Creating this group is no accident. Right now you know, it's interesting. Swale step back and I'll say the Passover was one of the first of the holy days of any tradition, and I would say if I were to. I'm not someone who had grade, the Jewish community, but if I were to grade us. I would say we. We did a like with everything that was happening. We came together, and in fact, if there's anything had an embarrassment of riches minute really was about like we overproduced if there is any kind of critique. What I just want to call out for all these traditions, but I felt it so much as as a Jew, and as a rabbi as we want to serve our community so well that we really will be. People are putting their hearts insoles into what this moment can be. So much so that I think I'm saying. How can we pull back because there's just this? And, then secretions ass. What can we learn from you about Passover that we can take into our Easter services, and then with conversations Muslims were starting to ask. What can we learn from Robert and then? I've noticed in our high quality conversations. People have asked. What can we learn about? Easter, in terms of holidays, and so there's been this really interesting kind of piggybacking that happens, but I think that that you're Ryan. I actually written an article where I talk about the destruction of the temple and Rabbi Who has to go through? A different kind of metamorphosis, szekely through a whole series of dealings, imaginations, he escapes Rizla in a coffin might say Christmas and Emerges on the other side, and in some ways I've talked about how his survival stepping into the unknown as I was talking about earlier is what actually allows Judaism to survive. I don't think he had any idea of what it was going to be like, but he was willing to take the steps and that there is a way where his individual survival. was completely intertwined with survival of the Jewish people in my opinion, or at least in our legend, our story, and then I think this additional layer I know that because she did it in a very public forum rabbi climate on got a lot of criticism as well as praise, and recognizing the similarities from the AIDS, and HIV epidemic literally the same week I had written something just to my community about the same thing, a little bit different, but we both were pulling on the same threats. There is a moment where I think that you very keenly aware that. Our congregation started in nineteen, eighty five, and then shortly after they were kind of thrust into this having to understand how some of their founding members were ill, were dying, and they created an organization called eight sign, which when people were afraid, they leaned into. How could they offer? Support may created a meal network and support people who are lonely and isolated. Jewish, AND LIVING WITH AIDS? So. I. Do think I mean what I did. Intentionally the those first moments was call upon the strength of our own history and I think that we can do that as Jews I think that LGBT folks understand that I mean. This kind of pivot, and we know that we can survive on the other end and I think that even just simply anybody who emerges out of a closet era. Say Priscilla's and. It Oh. There it is. With all the forethought of what I knew, my life was going to be like I. Didn't know what my life was going to be like, but I had to take that step and so i. do think that there's an intuitive knowledge that we can bring and I think that it is part of the Jewish toolbox that I'm talking about that can offer the world in the same way that the Lgbtq community as offered the metaphorical closet that so many of us resonate with bat aren't lgbt because we all have things that we need to emerge and be able to integrate into our lives. I'm curious to return or move forward into the holiday specifically because I think that. I I'm curious what how you would analyze sort of what the loss is rightly so with Passover so let's say we got i. read that we got a I'm Passover we produced, or maybe it's a minds, but I certainly in the a range. Give Room for Growth Yeah but but I think that we don't know that feels like it was one of our one of our natural strings I. Think like I grew up I was better than I was at history so like it felt like less of a huge deal, if I did well in a math test that history it feels like Passover. We generally are ready to adapt to interesting customized things that Sater's high holidays to me is is our weak spot or one of our weak spots as as a people i. don't think the typical person walking into a high holiday service. Service walks out with the sense of fulfillment of connection that they have at a Passover Seder. even though a huge scale of people do both so I guess what I would ask is like when we think about the high holidays. How should we conceptualize because I think for a lot of people were sort of talking this talk as if oh, my Gosh in person, high holidays are so great and meaningful, and like it's such a shame that we have to do them via zoom when I think if we're even those of like look, I'm highly engaged person. I like synagogue services. Even fairly traditional ones I like I can do that and. Don't know that it's really an honest thing to say that an average person is really. Sort of taking on the parts of atonement in like experiencing huge growth like I think we should be realistic and say okay. Maybe some of this is working. Maybe some of this is people like being in a room with five, hundred or two, hundred or sixty folks, and just having a sense of like big, or maybe there because it's guilt like I guess what I would ask is like what are we actually losing like as opposed to? To saying Oh, it's so good in person and zoom. We have to try and simulate like what is it that High Holidays actually have done a good job of and ends like. Are you thinking about simulating that or alternatively? Are you looking to this high holidays as like well? Maybe we're not going to replicate. Maybe we're not going to simulate. Maybe we're actually going to achieve a set of things. Sort of take a different set of vitamins. Emerge as a different kind of butterfly that use that one wartime because you don't haven't done enough. How should we approach all this as we have? A few months still rozier shining on Kapoor. All along I've been saying that we need to grieve all of the losses and what we might even think little losses in order to clear the path for what is new. To me grief allows us to let go of the thinks that we're holding onto and so i. think that any spiritual leader that is hoping to achieve something new to help their community grieves. And so. You know for the last couple years I've been helping create alternatives, highly services I wish I were leading But people want me in the main sanctuary, and so it going on a hike up to here in Atlanta Rabi mounted and. We've had something called Shofar the mountain. And bringing the outdoors already are ways where think in Abbas saying that there are some things that were already began to fray with that traditional model, regardless of how beautiful and lovely, highly services are for my community I could not imagine a three and a half four hours zoom. Experience of high, holy days and that it would be for me insanity to try to recreate some thing like that insanity, and if I were to be honest, it would also be vanity like I would be putting my ego. Ahead of the communities needs are personally by making that choice. Rabbi Michael Adam lattes and a number of other people pulled together. Some folks to a phone call out of my facebook group. To start talking about this and they're Rabbi Stephanie Colon Jr amongst the presenters to me. Had this idea that just resonated with my heart, which was like? What if we looked at? This is ten days of tissue, the the ten days of repentance and not try to do highly services in these two or three. Maybe four days, but really popular the ten days. What if we created a toolbox and understood what we're hoping to achieve? And so I, I've already started thinking about all of the different kinds of components and you know. What would it be for there to be stuff? That's geared towards people that they could do with their families. People could do as individuals. Will it be safe enough for people to gather outside in small groups of like ten? Maybe I don't know, but there could be a module that way or in small zoom groups, and then try to figure out what are the large convenience like? Do we WANNA hear Komiya trait off chanted? Community and really what is rocked the Jewish community many? Any fifth communities, certainly not the quakers since they're silent, but is this idea of what will happen to singing and I think as we're looking at it. We're hearing the message which is incorrect message was like we can't sing and it is not true that we can't sing. We can't sing in groups together, and the technology is not quite there yet. Where we can sing, we have forty some odd person chorus and a huge band as a part of our congregation that is going to have to take a different form. We're still had in chorus practice. Our course gets together. Every Monday and they are doing things together on zoom. They're not doing what they were doing before and sometimes it's fellowship, but sometimes it is putting on headphones and singing along part with others, and so I don't think we're quite. We don't quite know what will emerge yet, but to me. This is the opportunity as you're pointing to Lex to look at what are the threads? The strands of what makes a high holy day meaningful, and then how can we toss it all up in the air and let it land, and then I would say sure rate or that there may be a way where. I'm doing some of these offerings, says spiritual director, these are my skills, and this rabbi has the set of tech study skills, and that we could have cross pollinate our communities that way those are the kinds of. Ways that we're beginning to look ahead and I know that we're going to start mapping out in our community. Who lives in what neighborhoods in perhaps there's a way we could socially distinct anterior show far blast, perhaps that there is a way where. We can put up signs one of the things I've learned from some of my Christian friends. Because their neighborhoods centric on my page, they put up. Signs that are either advertising are hopeful in a particular way like so, what if we did something like that? Where people had yard signs that had a Jewish simple, Jewish teaching, but I just think that there are so many different ways. For Shapur which is much sooner. we've had a tradition where I build an ice cream mountain until the story of receiving the Ten Commandments as I build this huge Sunday what we're trying to send ice cream and toppings to our families so that they can build it along with me. at Ho- While it will be a much smaller mountain I think that there are ways where we can actually have. People touch taste and smell, and here the high holy days rather than it be. Semi passive or kind of just auditory a linguistic experience, but there may be a way. We can inhabit this much more fully. I think we're running out of time. I just want to make two comments one. Is that This is an amazing Chevrolet. Tradition that I have not heard about before which I'm very excited about the ice cream mountain, so even more meaningful for those of us who count with the care I to always have shoveled on a Sunday. Sunday the day of the week. I might have to follow your tradition now, so that's great. I mean the other thing that you know. Maybe it's a conversation for for next conversation, but as you're describing that. Reimagining the high holidays, even in a smaller way all the more so at a bigger way that's a task leads to for one organization or one person, and it feels like. There is a need to collaborate in a way that we've never collaborated before. which some of our institutional structures stand in the way of because they're these concerns about competition. And about how are we going to survive? And they're all? Those are all real concerns, but I mean, but if we don't figure out a new way, then probably going to make it, so it's kind of. It's one of these. Feels like. Feels like something significant. There had had a try to combat the. Concerns those local concern so to speak. To for this more sacred purpose. To me, what the issue is said not everybody has actually come to the conclusion that people can not safely gather in. Even in groups of fifty, it seems almost impossible to me. There's so many hurdles and obstacles. And so until all yield to that reality, it's going to be hard to actually because we have to have the same kind of conversation. And when people are still holding out for something that may not be in the best health well being of our community. It makes it a challenging way to do the partnership that you're talking about. We have time, but I do think that reality needs to sink in. I really want to praise what you said about like yard signs, or are there ways that show I could be heard in different areas like that I mean. Thinking about the High Holidays in that way, actually gets my energetic Jesse. It gets me really excited. It's like I I'm a nerd enough that I like am interested in some of the original context of show far in like the earliest Jewish texts in like it's clear that the show was kind of a thing that one person would blow and then like A. Thousand feet away, or whatever the maximum distance that you could still hear it like the next person would blow it and sort of pass this down, and you would notify people far away that Oh like important occasions here or danger is approaching. It might not be doable in every community, but in communities where people do live in the same neighborhood I'm thinking in Providence Rhode Island where I live geographically is only like three miles by four miles, and I think that we could very easily pull this off. It might require what you said before. which is communities of different denominations or otherwise partnering and finding folks in different neighborhoods like we could create a train of like show far blast in the southeast corner of Providence so far blast in the next like we could do that like how how? Be. Jews are taking over the town today. It gets me really excited and I never would have thought of that if I didn't open up that thread that you gave us of you know okay. What is this look like? If it's not in any one space or in the computer, but to sort of spread out around our our neighborhoods. And I don't think we can get there if we're still hanging onto that. The, cantor chanting in a ton of Tokyo in this particularly beautiful way that we've always had every single year. And, so that is really valid, and we might not have it this year, and so are we going to let what we don't have? Prevent us from having what we could have. Thank you so much, Josh, lesser for joining US I. Mean there's so much more about maybe maybe we'll try to sneak you back by the holidays, but this has been fantastic. Thank you. Well thank you I appreciate it. and. Thank you so much to all of you out there listening. We hope you've enjoyed this episode and we hope you'll tune in again in the future. We want to encourage you as close this episode out to please. Please be in touch with us. 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Ep 495 | 'YOU Get $1,000, and YOU Get $1,000!' Says Treasury Secretary

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Ep 495 | 'YOU Get $1,000, and YOU Get $1,000!' Says Treasury Secretary

"Today on the news and why it matters experimental drugs hold promising results for treating the corona virus and Ilan Omar endorses president. Trump's actions has hell frozen over also Tulsi Gabbard suspend her presidential campaign and endorses. Joe Biden. Who DOES NOT APPEAR TO BE OKAY at all? We've got a lot coming up and it starts right now. Welcome to the news and why it matters. I am Sara. Gonzalez today joined in. Studio two guests in studio once again. We've got Josh Hammer. Syndicated Columnists Josh Hammer. Who Thank you very much for risking life to come and be in studio with us also very big thank you to Yakubu liens. Who is also risking his life to come be in studio risk while we're keeping it small as you can see we're staying were keeping distance We have certain protocols in place to make sure that we are still being safe but we got to deliver you the news sprite so President Trump today held a press conference where he asked the FDA to lift the rules. Bureaucracy to combat cove in nineteen also known as the Chinese virus There are a couple different experimental drugs that scientists are working with. There is one. That is an antiviral. Therapy called Ramdas my saying that right okay And it is thought to work by blocking the virus from reproducing itself in the body on there are also a couple other drugs that are being used with positive results. One being a through my son which is also commonly known as Z pack. Another one is used to treat malaria Now the FDA Commissioner Steven Hahn said that the FDA is going to work to make sure that the products are still safe and effective. Because once you say hey you gotta relax your rule so we can try. These things people go. Okay but what if you're not supposed to use it for that and they're unintended consequences later on down the road Han said that though the right drug may be may be available Without the right dosage the drug may do more harm than good and that the FDA is exploring drugs that are already approved for other indications Josh what are your thoughts on making these drugs available to try my thought is that the FDA is probably one of the most under appreciated harmful agencies out there. I've been saying this would always like middle school or high school. I had a buddy from high school my best friends from childhood. Who is a pretty small government guy he told me? Let's just get rid of the FDA entirety and slap strict liability on on these pharmaceutical companies. So that if they give you a bad product you sue them into oblivion like. How was that now like this? Very simple and elegant solution exaggerating a little bit but one thing that trump did very well in his handling of this horrible crisis was he led the FDA could allow Pharma companies to experiment for their own tests. He could have done it probably a little earlier on for being fair but he did due to his credit. Why is that? Not the norm like wire farmer company's not allowed to do this on their own. That is ridiculous regulation. That should be the norm going forward. Great News of course. I saw a headline from a million a week or two ago. There's a Small Farm facility way up in northern Israel. And you're like the Syrian or Lebanese border. Apparently is like very very close to developing their own Care at the time the ayatollah in Iran was kind of going back and forth whether he would even like like allow. This is rarely drug to be used for as Ronnie in population. Obviously they not a huge fan the Jews over there in Iran. But how wonderful would that be for the Ju- schmucks across the country? If I if I if Israel were to create this virus or this vaccine to solve this but in any event let's stick to the domestic right now good job for trump. This has to be the norm going forward. Though like this regulation that is apparently was precluding Pharma. Companies from develop these tests gut eviscerate. It makes no sense. Yucca and I share something all right. So chloroquine is the drug. That fights malaria seventy six years. We've been using this drug against malaria. If you take chloroquine today and you don't ever Larrea No side effects does nothing to you. It exists this ample study. If in fact Dr. Bricks is right that it does illuminate corona. I'd much rather take a drug. That's been on the market that Americans have used some new cockamamie vaccine that comes from who knows where if it comes from Israel. I'll trust it now because some Jewish Israel trusted. But if it's GONNA come from Europe or China no don't put that in my body. I think it's smart. He said when he started his campaign to run for president. I'm going to deregulate this country. We need to deregulate. The FDA has harmed this country at times their solutions. But you'll notice in this country particularly and cancer. They've blocked right so I'm not on the FDA bandwagon. I'm for trump asking them relax a little bit here. We need to do some work. But there's they gonna find things that's already on the market because this thing runs parallel with the fluid Scott Similarities. It's upper respiratory. It's not like it's something we've never seen ever in this. Take a drug. That's already existing and just to kind of highlight the point that I think both of you are making. Which is there's way too much red tape when you get the FDA involved in everything You know I think it was President Trump. Who signed the right to try act? That came out and I. It's just appalling to me. And I had an uncle died from us and it was just appalling to me that you had these companies who said we want to be able to try this drug. We've gone through phase one. It's had good results. These people are given a death sentence anyway. Why not just let them try if they consent and say? I want to try the drug. What other choice do I have? An e either die or I might live and maybe there are unintended consequences. But I'd like the right to try to live and he had to Amin before he signed that. You're not allowed to do that. There was an executive order. That's right that was an executive order. He had to go that far right so wait a minute. We're in dire situation for an individual. Give them the right to fight and to try. And if a company is willing to innovate in. I'm telling you if he does this. Joshua we're going to see incredible advancement American medicine. You Watch because we've got great companies. Oh yeah we're innovating like crazy. Innovators the best scientists in the entire world is get the government off their back but the broader point to you which I think all three are actually making the FDA is an under appreciated target conservatives. Collective I R- I A lot of a lot of kind of like pingers. At the EPA par par porn education to clear. Those are worthy targets. I think our frustration they should be severely minimize the FDA for decades has gone away with this though. It's really it's it's really terrible and like the right to try. Example the quintessential example of mall. It is fun to hold aside like efficiency and economics. It fundamentally immoral and unjust I would say for the government to preclude someone who's dining do not have access to potentially cutting edge lifesaving medicine that is a violation of the social contract at its at its core. I'll tell you this this is a doctor. You can look up Dr Meshulam Israel okay. Hebrew Hebrew Institute in Jerusalem Israel. He has literally spoken to the FDA for years about results and Alzheimer's and cancer that they may be in they get blocked. There always get. It is practically impossible to get the FDA to approve new drugs. It's extremely expensive time consuming. You you need to lay a decade down about ten years and multi millions of dollars to get a drug approved and so we need to loosen that up because we are not the leader and world medicine not because we don't have the innovators because of the FDA because of the red tape Josh we last spoke with you on Monday. Remotely how have you? What's your sense of how you know? Things have changed since Monday. High he is and we. We talked him into coming But how how do you feel like president? Trump has handled all of this corona virus craziness since we last visited on Monday. I mean I think generally good job. He's he did this. Daily press conferences. Basically going. Well I mean. I'm not sure how much longer that the people will want daily Press Carson President. But for now I'm still enjoying it. I mean on Fox News. I was watching earlier. He was talking. To the governor's This Day seemed to be in it and paying close attention. Which for trump is always a good thing. No I think he's handling themselves very well. I mean like I think for policy perspective. His his his head is generally in the right place. Right now I tend to be cautious in this environment. I don't think that we should expect the government under react. I I air on this side of over of overreacting. I'm slowly getting woke as to whether or not that's a good but that's always a good thing we're gonNA pull you over to our side but but for now. I'm I'm resisting the tinfoil hat stuff. And I'm an airing. I've overreacted but look He's talking about like Delay mortgage payments for homeowners. These are basic common sense steps right now. He's not. He's not acting outside his lawful authority. He is delegated authority already by the Congress. These basic common sense stuff that he should be doing. But isn't it that basic common sense because once you force businesses to shut down you have to then give them something to work with right? Pulled me over. I'm just saying what are your thoughts. I'm never one for leaning towards overreacting. Okay this has been looked. I'm not for the record saying the viruses. Not a serious illness. But we've blown this thing out of proportion. The math just doesn't line up with the reaction. There's just no way we can look at common flu this year. Heck I've got numbers for you on more. You know. Twenty two veterans committed suicide in the last two. I mean come on when you start really talking about life in value of life. The numbers. Don't add up okay. Know the the Most unfortunate part I think of this whole situation is Josh. You're saying I err on the side of overreacting for right now and you're saying the opposite Yahoo but when it's all said and done if we've already overreacted. How do we know? Let's say that we contain it. Credit is going to be giving given to the overreaction. But we don't know that that's really what solved the problem. Do you have a car? It kind of reminds me of like the soybean farmers in Iowa who were hurt from the various tariff wars and then we're like subsidy bailouts and it's like okay well. We kind of causes problems fixed on the back end. Here's what I will say. This Imperial College of London study that apparently is like the be all end all study that everyone in Washington is relying upon. It's like it was projecting like two to three million American deaths. I think it is deeply flawed. Study okay Apparently I apparently let apparently apparently that that group that put their research is funded by the Qataris which is like surely enemy. The United States There's a radical. They're earning Jeremy. Grantham I think is his name was George Soros as climate like Greenie. Environmental Nutjob There were some. Here's here's the problem. The problem is that A lot of people in the in the so-called Xiao State who are in trump's inner orbit I think are part of the same kind of globalist neoliberal said that would subscribe to that study. I'M NOT GONNA finger like Steve Mnuchin. Classic example of that X. Wall Street guy kind of guy who would be very very gullible and willing to believe anything that's put in front of him so that is a close. I'm going to get right now to the oil half stuff but I I am slowly being in woken. You're here it's happening. Look I think he's doing a good job I think he's being cornered every day. They're trying to corner the guy in the pushing him in a corner I I I. I criticize him no matter what damned if you do damned if you don't he could get a cure for cancer tomorrow and they're gonNA find a way to blame for it but I hope that those in his orbit today are leaning towards the side of less regulation less overreaction because they're our nation's it's actually leaning towards leading the human body build antibodies to this virus and it's working in the decline and I think we're going to be able to draw the PARAWANSA okay. A place in the world that overreacted versus a place. That didn't right and I think you're gonNA look at those curves and see may be. The reaction is not the way to go all right coming up As a Josh mentioned Steve Mnuchin he actually confirmed that Americans will be getting those thousand dollar checks. We will get into that and a lot more but I want to thank our sponsor rough Greens so all of you dog owners out there. I know you love your dog right. We're here in America where our dogs are family. 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American with a thousand dollar check plus another five hundred dollars for each child that they have here is a little bit of what Manoukian had to say. Today you can component referred to this check in the mail but that's the it's really money. Direct deposited most people. We have all their information and plan has a five hundred billion dollars in two tranches. The first one would be thousand dollars per person. Five hundred dollars per child so for a family of four at a three thousand dollar payment As soon as Congress passes this we'd get this out in three weeks and then Six weeks later if the president still has a national emergency will deliver another three thousand dollars. So that's that's a lot of money to hardworking Americans who are at home no full to. There's now that is only half of the bill that they passed. That's only half of the bills. Overall spending another three hundred billion in the bill would be helped to would be used to help businesses keep people on payroll and offer loan forgiveness For those that do after the crisis ends and then already on claims have shot up by thirty three percent after the first two weeks of March. Oh and then. Two hundred billion would be used to secure lending airlines and other critical industries hit hard by the pandemic. I've only heard about the airlines. So have either of you heard any other specific industries. I've just heard airlines routes well. It would be interesting to see bars restaurants. I mean even some retail stores that are considered non essential are forced to be closed. So it'd be interesting to see which which industries get involved in which industries get left out Josh what are your thoughts on this thousand dollar payment so lots of breakdown here Let's start with the airline the bailout part. Actually so there's one thing that's obviously very scary. Which the fact that people in Congress the administration are literally picking which industries potentially to bail out. That's Kinda the quintessential pick picking winners and losers. Your tea party kind of railed against him. Two thousand ten Having said that I do have one point to make. I think that a bail out here is not just different scope but different in kind than what we saw today was named thousand nine. The difference is that It's kind of going back to my days when I was back in college and studying economics. There's a concept called moral hazard. Insurance moral hazard is basically when you bail someone out for something that he or she should have readily foreseen when we built out the banks and even the auto industry you know nine that was that was kind of run the mill financial crisis the red to a traditional macroeconomic recession. That's the kind of thing. Those companies should have foreseen here. If we're going again for this test we talking about a once a century pandemic not really the kind of thing that if you're kind of planning and business and you can foresee so I don't have any theoretical they'll stop Philosophical objection to those kind of bailouts per set talking about the thousand dollar a month payments. So let's Bay. This is keynesianism. Okay this is. This is traditional kind of left leaning liberal economic policy within the realm of Keynesian economic policy. Every economists worth their salt would tell you that literally handing out. Cash is the most efficient way to do this as opposed to kind of trimming around the tax code or earned income tax credits or even like a wage subsidies so within the realm of demand. Side stimulus is the most efficient. And it's probably probably doing. Here's the problem. The problem is that stimulate the demand side. There's no supply because everything shut down so you're getting people cash. We're going to spend this cash. Okay I mean they were going to go online right. It's like if I were investing right now. I would by Amazon Netflix. It's all the place that people are going to use his money online but they're certainly not going to go use that cash to bail out the mom and pop shop down the street because the mom and pop shop down the street is closed. So it's kind of a catch twenty two here. I mean I'm happy to administration is doing something I wonder if they truly thought about removing fast. Right in a lot of things are happening fast. That's what I was talking about the advice the president is getting. I think this is going to have an effect come election time this very one point this very issue particularly in the lower income class. They're gonNA remember. They're going to remember what the president did for them is about cash in hand something very interesting. Though in the Restaurant Industry Ray Washburn who is a Texan is the Dallas Guy. Owns most the Mo- magazine as was on the news this morning. Saying here's an issue. They have their insurance does not cover a pandemic So all the restaurant insurance they have to cover lack of business employees firing all these people. Temporary workers are being fired. Right is not covered. So they're pushing really hard. The unions the restaurant. The Restaurant Union is pushing really hard to get insurance to cover asking government to backstop that was insurance companies. That make sense to me because I mean nobody could forsee. Not even insurance companies could foresee this kind of this a lot of moving parts a lot of things but there's also great solutions read a great solutions like look. Let's backstop this. I'm not asking for a handout. I have insurance. You know let me just be able to claim on the insurance to pay my employees or to keep the restaurant's open and Cetera but as far as the cash in the mail. Yeah I I agree with you. Historically proven that's the most effective way to do it but there this this political spill over over this that I think is positive for the administration. I really do Representative Ilan Omar. Obviously a huge critic of president trump. Now I present the story to you guys I bring it to the table I'm a little bit cautious because I don't know what to make of this. She actually praised president trump's leadership as incredible and the right response at this critical time. Now she was talking about President. Trump's decision to invoke the Defense Production Act. She reads tweeted Someone else's tweet and said politics aside. This is incredible and the right response at this critical time and then she went on to say I honor Presley that is the ratio of the squad on a Presley always says unprecedented times require unprecedented leadership and we are seeing that in our country right now. I have faith that we will survive this as a nation and build together. Finally we should never let politics get in the way of good policy. This is a great start and hope others will be part of a united front to push for good policies that will help us work through the economic anxiety. The country is feeling right now. I when I hear that. Alon Omar is good with the economic policies that are being put forth by the president. And I don't know how that makes Sleep Field Josh. Yeah I mean I hear. I'm not sure that I want to go on Omar. Either on you know the you know. This reminds me of actually reminds me of Barack. Obama did a White House Correspondents Dinner Back. My Twenty thirty and twenty fourteen. I think it was ted. Cruz is first piece of legislation. That he got a nathen into law was banned the new Iranian ambassador to the United Nations from actually coming to New York City because he was involved with the hostage taking members seventy nine Obama's on antelope and he made he made job. He made a job at the White House. Correspondents dinner where he played a little montage of him signing the bill into law with crews looking over his shoulder and then like the devil flew in front of nowhere and Hell Hell froze over this like hell freezing Mark Green with Donald Trump. I when she's right she's right. I give her credit give credit where credit's due. We're trying we're trying to be fair trying to be balanced. I guess But it's it's crazy To See it signed her up for the trump train silence. I don't have to knock doors and in Wisconsin Ohio right. Something tells me she's not GonNa go that far but look. This is an endorsement for trump. Says SOMEBODY'S SCREEN. Shot that tweet right campaign. Let's put it in the campaign at. Let's run it really really hard. It's tell the whole world right now. Omar is behind trump. Not Biden doesn't say anything about it. Shocked me Maybe a moment of clarity and sobriety and let's give credit credit is due because we gotta be fair. I'll take it but like a good fighter. 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Trump does something right. Well I think she was just a handful of maybe. She's the only one. I don't know Biden advisor Simone Sanders not so much ready to give president trump credit for anything. In fact she just used this as an opportunity to call the president a racist. Obviously watch a leader has to lead from the Front. And so what? President trump is what he announced. Today was it's a tough job but it has to be done at some of what he said. Today was good but the reality also stood at the podium and called the corona virus covert Nineteen What I would suggest that they Rachel sklar. It's something. Chinese virus originated in China. Why is offensive? It is something that is offensive to many Americans and solve. The reality is instead of name calling instead of pointing fingers instead of talking about law number. That's Larry forget down here so if there is something that is offensive to someone is therefore a racial slur. I don't know that I follow that logic. I was watching this live last night. Actually my very first thought was reminded me of the old controversy about the Washington Redskins name the NFL people logged. They're getting their high horse. They say oh. My God is so offensive on polling on this okay American Indians and the native Americans or if you want to call them in the US they literally pull like ninety. Five percent of them. Couldn't give a union care at all so I imagine if you polled like Chinese Americans they similarly would most Chinese Americans who are here. They discern party came here because they were being that horrific regime. Since it's the same thing for Cuban Americans in Miami the course keeping garments okay. Anyway there's actually a broader point here my com tomorrow is GonNa GonNa GonNa hit on this. I don't want to give away the farm but Joe Biden is uniquely vulnerable on the issue of China okay. Forbes magazine had an article last August where the headline was Joe. Biden is China's. Best chance to normalize twenty twenty. Joe Biden has a decades long history of kowtowing to the Communist Party there. He was very instrumental in gain than most favored nation trade status and kind of getting them into the World Trade Organization in the late nineties. Early two thousands. His son Hunter famously accompanying him in twenty thirteen on eight and extensively diplomatic journey to Beijing. What do you know a few months later? Hundred gets on the seat of a highfaluting private equity firm and Shanghai and now we have ten percent equity stake instead firm. They're literally capitalizing him so by his very vulnerable on this issue. I think it's a great opportunity for trump to reframe this election as a referendum on China because his whole Maga anti-globalization nationalism message plays directly into an anti-china platform and binds uniquely vulnerable. So if trump can make this election about China. He's in very good hands here because the media they are way on front or skis on this Biden. Way Out in front of his skis on this. The the meeting American is with trump on that issue. It's not they're not with by and and the media you look interesting. Thing is trump's popularity through this Okra Navarre's thing has not gone down number one. The giving him firepower China gave him firepower. The started in China is the China virus and is the reason. It's not an Asian American. That made that statement on National News. Because they won't go back there for nothing. They won't defend that regime in it's despicable. What the left is doing jumping on the China train that that's a laughable comment. Okay it's A. It's a fetal attempt to sling mud in politicizing crisis. Like this. Which is so far for the left. I keep seeing too and I have compassion for children right so when someone comes to me and they say well. I have a child who is half Chinese and this hurts her and I'm like but We can't change the facts because it might be uncomfortable for your child to hear. I don't know the child is really hearing it but I mean we can't. We can't change something every time. It hurt someone's feelings and again. I have compassion for kids. But I don't see people ganging up on Chinese Americans in the streets of the United States. I don't see that you're looking hard enough. Apparently not to send me some sources because I keep hearing this on twitter which I know is my first problem for actually paying attention to what's being said on twitter but I keep hearing this like well tell that to all of the Americans who are beating up Chinese people and I'm like talking about and where were you when all of these Americans were beating up people with red hats in the streets. Exactly right yeah trying to push narrative maybe for that mom. It's a great opportunity to do some parenting right daughter down so now listen honey. It's not about you. Don't take this personally. The fact is it did start in China right. That's just the facts. We we have to stop changing the facts in this nation to placate to the one percent that getting the feelings Well and good news because we all need a little good news right. Texas governor Greg. Abbott is now letting restaurants still alcohol with their food. Orders to boost sales amid corona virus social distancing so yesterday he issued an immediate waiver and now restaurants can they can the only the ones with mixed beverage permits they can deliver the alcoholic beverages with food purchases only so fear wine and mixed drinks. What else is there to do when you're sitting on your couch. Iras literally laying on my couch and nine pm last night and I actually tried to get some whiskey delivered. I wanted to come at because I was really. I'm literally not exaggerating here. I was trying to get a rush. Delivered the quickest. They get it was. Adm like this morning. I was Kinda. I was Kinda bummed out but if I had known that they could they could deliberate with my dinner right. I will take advantage of that. You know what I'm going to take advantage of moving forward. Well I mean because you know you look at it. It's a win win. You're helping boost the economy and you're also helping pass the time while you're sitting on your couch doing nothing. Yoko. I know you don't drink. I don't drink but I'll tell you this. God bless this. Is there a reason? This is the number one state in the nation. There's a reason the state works and California. Does it because of these kind of you know inventive ways of thinking? What I don't understand how do you how do you make sure billy? That's eight? Seventeen years old delivering pizza is not delivering spirits. Now Yeah they carting you at the door. Surely some are something that I. I don't know if you know that but I love the heart behind it to say. Look we're gonNA find ways to stimulate the economy we're not going to sit and wallow in the virus. We're going to be proactive in Texas Texas. You know it's funny. You look at you look at things that they do in the middle of something like a pandemic where everyone's panicked in. Everyone's scared and so for some reason everyone says yes. Let's give the government more power and you look at paid sick. Leave and how okay. If there's no sunset in this bill for paid sick leave for small employers to pay for like maybe we shouldn't be agreeing to this and then he stuff like this and I'm like I'm good with no sunset. I'm good we can just keep doing this. After the pandemic why why people say right forever. Yeah why not just have this via thing? There was one tweet. That said I'm paraphrasing. There's governor Abbot elected like for forever. Right stay forever. Be Governor forever with this kind of policy. Now I mean it's it's good to to laugh about something and see somebody thinking outside the box like Abbott's done on many many things. I mean. Great Great Governor Great State Governor. We've had in my lifetime. Alright Tulsi Gabbard is suspending her presidential campaign and endorsing Joe Biden. That's a lot to unpack. Just that one sentence. We will do that after the break but first we want to thank our sponsor net sweet so for all of you entrepreneurs out there. Small Business Owners. I know it's a tough time right now for everyone But something that you really will want to have in your life especially once things start. Getting back to normal is net sweet so We actually use net suite here at blaze media and it helps US accelerate our growth. So what he does and by the way not sweet is by Oracle who? I'm sure you guys all know. They are very well known well-trusted program developer so nets. 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Now is the perfect time to schedule a free product tour. You'll also get a free guide. Six ways to run a more profitable business. Which I if you love money. You might be interested in that you can go to net sweet dot com slash y that net sweet dot com slash. Y Tulsi Gabbard announced. Today that she is suspending her presidential campaign and endorsing Joe Biden. Which is weird. Because I mean Tulsi was a former Bernie Person. I mean in two thousand sixteen she worked for Bernie she You know endorsed Bernie and now all of a sudden. She's endorsing Joe Biden. Meanwhile Joe Biden is holding online Rallies I guess you could call them and honestly honest to God not saying this to be mean does not seem to know what the hell is going on at any point in time of the day. Watch thank you all. Thank you for listening. Oh okay what off Joe Data? So that was obviously the end of one of his online rallies. I'm not sure if he still knows how the Internet works. I'm not sure if he knows that. That is a record player he. He seemed very surprised to see his wife. I don't know if he knew who she was. He seemed very startled and he was waiting for a standing ovation. I don't know but he does not seem to be okay. Joe Biden is not well out there. I mean he says he's not he's not with it and like it kind of like whether it's right or wrong to say it doesn't matter it's just A. It's a factual observation. That I think everyone Hussein in America is collected. We realizing that he is not fit right now. Tucker Carlson a few weeks ago back when Bernie was kinda still in the race. How like a ten still in the race? How like Bernie Chan? Yeah Burning Bro. On the air just kind of hammer home. The point that Joe Biden is senile. So it's not just Republicans that are saying it was literally just burn guy who was on. Tucker's program saying he is he is not with it on. Tulsi is a bit of a `nigma I don't really know what to make of Tulsi Gabbard. She was like a very socially conservative. Democrat about fifteen years ago. She got very idiosyncratic religious background back in Hawaii. She was really one the last Democrats in like a major office to kind of switch on the marriage issue in particular. I think she was like pro-life awhile ago too so I don't know what to make of her She obviously is very very very concerned About Middle East issues. She loves Bashar. Al-assad in particular I thought that might have led her to a Bernie Endorsements Tom. I don't really know what she's thinking but the I'll say one thing the guy who was overseeing a lot of these drone strikes in Yemen Joe Joe Biden with Barack. Obama strikes. Me As a weird ideological fit for someone who is generally okay with mollycoddling like the Iranian and Russian regime. That tells the Gabbert is i. Don't get it Maybe Ninety I've two things to start with Tulsi I sit on the show. I really believe Tulsis making a play for a VP bit to all CD's not GonNa get it from Bernie Biden said on the air going to pick a woman in in that whole controversy. That came with that. I really think Tulsi is. That's why she hung onto law and she's hoping and she's vying for a bit. She's flipped and flopped throughout. You know from being a soldier. All the way to the day being pro-life at one point then pro-choice marriage so that that's crazy joe though as gone off the etch okay longtime ago and like. I said off the Air Watch Hunter Biden resurfacing. We're going to push hunter because because Joe said the other day. Trump doesn't want to debate me. No you're wrong sir. We cannot wait. You know that is an interesting theory and I would would you josh. That Tulsi just a strategic move for her personally so that she can you know come out getting something out of this but it feels like if there was anyone in that entire You know selection of that ten million different candidates Who I were the Democrat or candidates the presidential candidates if there was anyone to not do something like that it seems like it would be Tolsey. She seemed like she was. She was really in it knowing. She didn't stand a chance because she wanted to do something about the Democratic Establishment about the Democrat Party. And now look how far she's fallen. Yeah I mean my best. Guess is that she's probably just become bored with being congresswoman. She's been there for a number of terms now. She probably is just like literally not not interesting or job by President. The first place so yeah. She's she's probably cynically. Tried to get a cabinet position at worst. Maybe Vice President at best. I think Stacey Abrams is probably the front runner for the vice-presidential tapping right now Clock I agree I agree with that. I think it's going to be Stacey if not Joe Picking up himself at the party's saying hey this is or or is the party finally getting Tulsi under some step in line here. You know you're still in our party say So for those of you. Who Don't like your ears bleeding. You may want to not tune in for this but there were some celebrities who they wanted to do their part for. What's going on with corona virus and the social distancing thing so they decided to get together along with the Gal Gadoe and give you this beautiful rendition of this beautiful timely song. Imagine again warning. If you're not you're not gonNA like this watch. They ran into this video of this Italian Guy. Playing the trumpet in his balcony To all the other people who were locked inside their homes and he was playing imagine and there was something so power fall in pure About this video It goes like this. Imagine there is no hasn't been easy if huge Hell above imagine all homes up people he. Oh I I mean. At least they are doing their part helping the people make sense of all of this. I'm not sure they have donated anything but but they sang. Does it get any worse than self aggrandizing celebrity types looking into a camera and singing when the worst songs in the history of Western civilization? Josh does not get any horrific musical fashion often. Sarah Silverman like Oh. My God should not be singing. Oh my God oh my like ninety year. Old Grandmother can do a better job now. Thanks but no. That's painful on it. Really kind of Ruse Gal Gadot from too. I mean like every Jewish guy as our kind of love Gal Gadot. She's pretty hot. Obviously but that was just terrible. Yuck Oh look. It's about them last word all right back in a minute Doesn't yesterday's poll Wilburns supporters vote for Joe Biden. Seventy nine I'm sorry. Eighty percent of U. Seventy nine point eight eighty percent of you said no twenty percent of you said yes now. Do you agree with the Josh First? Of all that Bernie supporters will not vote for Joe Biden. A few large large percent will not support Joe Biden. So do you think the ones that are not supporting Joe Biden? Do they stay at home? Do they? Vote for trump as a protest vote. Do they write in someone? That's what I'm trying to make sense. Stay at home. I do be some move over trump. Yeah what do you think agree? I think a percentage of the of the portion that does not vote for Joe. I think. Probably Seventy percent. Just say screw it thirty percent. I'm still GONNA GO ANTI-ESTABLISHMENT. Which is president trump? Who is doing a great job? Absolutely right and then the question is do they still burn Milwaukee Down? I know that remains to be seen. Today's poll has the corporate media. Been responsible with the way. They have covered. Corona virus will come. I mean if anyone says no to this just ship your ass to China please. How about that Josh? Do I even into I. This poll result is anything less ninety nine to one. I question our audience right now. Make US proud guys. Make US proud and don't re tweet. This trigger liberal friends okay. Jakko terrible job horrific worst ever. I think before the show started. We said this is a new low. Yes record logos. They're just breaking records in the wrong direction. This is the lowest I mean this ten feet a crap and then well it's the media and it's funny too because if they don't want to see president trump reelected you'd think that they would have to be self awareness to just shut up when they need to shut up. Apparently they sat. They can't help themselves. Thank you guys for being here. We'll see you tomorrow. 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The Walking Dead | Season 10, Episode 13 Recap: What We Become

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The Walking Dead | Season 10, Episode 13 Recap: What We Become

"The walking dead season ten episode. Thirteen what we become is over but we are just getting started here on post show. Recap sorry I just had to pronounce the H Jess and I couldn't keep a straight face. Doing it feels like a very important episodes. You gotta give it like the full haute treatment. I get it I got as important anyway. That's at least JESUITS UP I. I'm Great Josh. Because I think I think the headline this week. I think maybe the under reported story of this week's episode justice for Orange Backpack is for orange backpack guy kind of right. I mean reminded. The people who Orange Backpack guy is in. How justice was achieved Orange Backpack guy was a guy. They saw walking along the road. Many many seasons ago I think probably season for ish. I'd be we call it. Hasn't forty is season. Four E ish. Yes and they saw him walking along the road and he's like. Oh Hey guys. I'm so glad you're here healthy. And they drove right past him and then at the end of the episode that drove past again and he was dead and they stopped and took his life. And in this week we are at least acknowledging. That was a super shitty crappy thing to do to a fellow traveller. In Zombie Apocalypse. This week was build with crappy things to do to your fellow travelers Zombie Apocalypse. And of course we're burying the lead but I think that the reason we're burying the lead is on the very off chance you have not seen what we become yet. If you haven't seen season ten episode thirteen. I would go and watch that before you listen to this. Podcast is also very possible that you're getting. You're walking dead updates from Jesse and not watching the show anymore and it is just as likely since we're posting this on on a Monday. The day after the walking dead has aired that the headlines from folks like yours truly to some degree spoiled. What has happened but in the case that that hasn't happened. Go acquaint yourself with the episode itself. Then come back here. I think that that's enough spoiler buffer to tell you that that's a wrap on Michelle. That's a wrap on denial Carreira. She is no longer on the walking dead and I think it's not a surprising way to go out but I think we were wrong. We had predicted something much different for her. Yeah we just had been concerned been something we'd be talking about in the comic book zone and we could bring it out now to an extent that there is. There's a thing that happens in the comics that we could very easily imagined happening to me shown which would involve the end of the characters life and I think you and I have both been kind of like on the edge of our seat being like. Is that the direction the show is going to come back in. She come back with like the army from bloods worth island in like. Beat back the whispers and sacrifice yourself in the process or something like that and that is not what happened at all indeed. There really is no army to call upon from bloods worth island. We'll talk about everything that happened there but no instead. The walking dead decides to kind of give shown their own spin a mach- schone version of the rick. Grimes treatment right like finding away to off ramp the character without killing the character and transitioning her to whatever next iteration of shown in the walking. Dead Universe is going to be you can go to. Hr DOT COM slash walking dead. I've got coverage of the story for you an interview with tonight. Harare plus I spoke with Angela King and Scott Dimple to talk about it a little bit. More certainly sounds like the plan. Is they want to do more with Michelle. The exact specifics. They're all staying pretty coy. But it does not feel like a stretch based on the events of the episode that she is indeed a seeking rick. Grimes renewed in her faith. That rick might be alive and be. What the heck's going on with this massive caravan she's heading towards By the end of the episode. So I think that those are two of the big lingering mysteries with me shown as we leave her on the show. I'm just like what are your big reactions to this episode and the fact that this is the way that we lose. Michelle from the show. Well honestly again. It's not anything that seems like it's out of nowhere but I really and I think I'm going to be in the minority on this one and I can already see people firing up there alternate capital and lower case letters. So they can tell me. I need to stop watching the show because I didn't like this episode I wanted. I wanted something different and better for my shown and it really. It felt like beginning to end. There were a lot of inconsistencies and things that didn't seem like they fit into this universe and I know that we are sending shown onto a new existence and a new universe with different things happening but it felt a little inconsistent to her. Yeah I think that one of the it's a really hard job to send somebody off of the walking dead without killing them. Given the premise of the show. Yes and so. This is the second I guess is technically the third time that we over the fourth time forthright hits fourth. Because there's Morgan. There's Rick there was Maggie. And now there's shown even though mags coming arguably we could also throw heath in there since we saw he. Yeah he exists digit predict. We were GONNA see Heath again at some point in the future here. He is Blink and you miss it. That's it for he is. I mean. It's archival footage but still he. He's back in several capacities. So there you go. It's an unenviable job. I think that it's hard to do in a satisfying way on the walking dead because the life and death stakes of the world in usually like. Why would you leave this community? What is the reason to do that? See have to come up with some sort of reason to do it. It was. I think people liked the rick. Grimes farewell episode to a point until we got to like the helicopter. Stuff is probably where we lose it to a certain degree With with this like is it similar in that like obviously Miss Jones not going to get killed off as the episode is going on? I think It became pretty clear to me that this was the farewell episode and that she wouldn't there wasn't really a good way to kill her off without significant uproar so I was no longer really worried for her her safety and was now more focused on like all right. So what's the way you're GONNA get her? How is she gonNA become aware of Rick? Because that's now definitely the thing they're going to do. And does she become kind of like a casualty of the fact that like Niagara doesn't want to be on the show anymore but the walking dead Franchisees at large do not want to kill off my shown so they have to come up with some way that is going to segue her to the feature film world or whatever world that they are going to do with her. I think like it's just an unenviable task for the proper walking dead team to have to disrupt the momentum the season to a certain degree in order to service thing and so with those things in mind there were aspects of this episode that I really enjoyed. I just love denike rare so it was really really great to see her. Have so much to do in this episode and get to see her kind of this strange different capacity that we get to see her while she's tripping balls at virgils house strange thing for sure but does it leave me wanting a little bit more probably a little bit but I think I'm I'm ready to be a little more forgiving because I I think that it's this is a hard. This is a hard thing to pull off well. I think it's almost impossible with everything that they want to do. With the franchise and with Michaud and keeping her around. I think it's almost impossible to do this. Well Yeah and there's another thing that I think is important to note when were talking about this episode and the Lens through which we viewed it you and I- Josh had been tipped off ahead of time that this was the final episode for Michelle. We didn't necessarily. I think anybody else going into this episode without that knowledge ahead of time would probably view it with a little bit more anticipation with a little bit. More uncertainty of what happens next like we knew that by the end of this episode is onto the next thing whether the next thing is up to heaven or out to find Rick. We knew that she wasn't going to double check. You've been paying attention to some of the behind the scenes stuff to us like one episode left in her contract. I think it was known that she had six episodes this season. So this was number six. Yeah I mean if you're counting that closely I think you do but I don't know how many people that describes and I'm curious to find out I'd love for people to to add me and and let me know if you knew going in that this was going to be machines final fairway or if you may be held out hope that maybe in the last five minutes of the episode. She does find the weapons and she does go back and she does destroy Beta. I don't know it. It's I think but I think knowing that ahead of time like knowing that you're seeing a self contained story that maybe isn't going to have much of an impact on the larger world. I think you view the episode differently with that information and it'll be interesting. I think next week we could check in and weigh in on like. What was the reaction to this episode? Because there's a reason you guys getting these podcasts. A little bit earlier now. We're able to record them a little bit earlier than we used to. So don't know what the world's reaction to to the departure of Niagara has been. Well we got a bit. Yeah I can see people that have. Amc Premier have seen the episode. And there's a thread on reddit where I kind of I go into the everybody loves it. They thought it was a fantastic. Send off to the character. The reception of it is almost uniformly positive. Like if I went in there with the quibbles that I'm going to bring up. I think I would get down voted in there like it is very uniformly pro. Everything that happened this episode and I'm going to say there's plenty of it. I thought it was really well done and really well written enemy. I think we have to say again that. They're not getting out of the park on the writing front but there are some in universe things that don't make a lot of sense to me that I want to unpack for sure and I think yeah. I don't know why why we went with a big surprise instead of doing like the big hype up that they did with Rick. Maybe because they figure like we can get away with this time. We haven't been caught so let's just do that so You know I actually don't mind that they present it as a bit of a blindside to the audience but yeah I do you and I can't really engage in the same way of like well. That was a huge shock to watch it a little bit early well and also after last week they blindsided US last week with a lot of sites and so I don't know maybe maybe this week is a bigger blindside to people. That didn't really know that this was the thing that was happening but I guess curious just like with the rest of the trajectory of the season is because part of me feels like this should have been the finale part of me pardoning meals like this should have been the final episode of the season or at least a little bit later because of those blindsides. You're mentioning with the death of Alpha all of that. I feel like this. This like disrupt the momentum to a certain extent kind of like my desire is after last week is like I want to see more about what Carol and Megan had cooked up together. You know like how did that come together. What's the fallout of Alpha's death? How did the whispers react to that like? I'm more interested in that at this moment. Then seeing what shown is up to and now having shown gone like it really does feel like. It's not you can't call it a bottle episode but it does feel like sort of lives off in its own world to to a degree. Yeah well it's it's another one of those goat farm Tai Chi episodes. It's not tight cheese but I I caught you drift i. I called the kick to the jaw. Yes so we're we're just pausing the action on the main storyline on are really high note and then we're backing up. We're saying meanwhile over here there's this other thing and I find that kind of hard to absorb especially because they've got so much momentum it's hard to step back and go into another world for a second and I think they've managed to do it in an engaging way too. Yeah but I do think it's just a placement issue for me. Maybe I don I mean we have to see what the next three episodes contain from a content per sample leave. There's three whole how is that possible? Like what is even left three whole episodes of the walking dead and then we thought we were going to be going straight into continuing Zombie coverage year turns out the walking dead beyond which was set to premiere the same night as the walking dead season. Ten finale the walking dead beyond the world beyond rather the new spin off show has been postponed. They are. They're kicking the premier date of that down the line Read into that decision. Whatever you want state at the world stuff makes some sense. But we're we've got three episodes beyond this one of Zombie Shenanigans for the foreseeable future. And then who knows when we're to be poking our heads back into the Zombie Apocalypse? Yeah it's really kind of up in the air right now when they're going to decide to introduce that and I think we can speculate on why that might be but way in the meantime we've got three more weeks of this to unpack and I have to imagine. They've saved something pretty special for us in these next three episodes because they wouldn't just dump these two episodes and then just give us three weeks of falling action filter so this is the farewell episode for Miss Shown and it takes this sliding doors approaches sort of the way. They described it to me when I when I spoke with deny and Scott and Angela. This idea of like what would have happened. If michaud had chosen. Not to save Andrea who dismiss shown become in a world where. She's not helping people out where she doesn't make these pivotal choices like be somebody who helps people rather than just like looks out for herself and so we ended up getting this story line where she's like hallucinating. All these like worst case scenarios for herself because it turns out that virgils and insane person drugs people and doesn't have anything valuable to actually give to anybody in terms of weaponry unless he just plans on mass poisoning people with listener genyk mushrooms and she sees like this whole world for herself. That could have come to pass did you. Did you like that idea for a story line or is that one of the things that you take issue it. It's really it's it's a fun thought exercise and it's really funny. Josh right around Christmas time I wrote a piece for primetime or DOT COM. Where I talked about all of the best TV episodes that rift on this? It's a wonderful life idea where somebody is shown this alternate universe to affirm that they've been on the right path all along and in one case it kind of subverts this pretty directly but there are every TV show eventually has an episode like this where they show somebody. This alternate reality where one decision was made differently or one person is not in their lives. And how does that ripple out in all these different ways and it's always fun to think about what that is like and what that means for characters and I think especially if it's going to be our last look at a character to go back and think about every decision. She's made along the way in every important moment she's been at and kind of put this twist on. It is a good way to do it without giving her a straight up clips right but I mean it is. It is in some ways straight equipped show in some ways. It is a straight up. They had because of the way that they shot the scene of neagh introduction. They shot a lot of different versions of who need and killed to help. Protect the spoilers so they had a lot of footage to work with. And that's some of what they're working with in that scene with the lineup. Where right hand. And she's going around and intimidating everybody They have all these alternate takes. That never made it to the light of day. So that's one way that they were. They were playing that but obviously they're doing stuff post production that puts deny Guerrero opposite Andrew Linkin or whoever it is in those scenes we were seeing like different perspectives and I kept like keeping a very close eye on like are we. Did they bring Stephen Back? They bring Corey Hawkins back. I was like holy crap. Did that actually happen? And then of course when when you see career on screen you don't see hide nor hair of those guys so obviously it's all being together but I thought it was effective in like I thought it was. It was relatively impressive done for me. At least that I thought that like delusion of what they were going for was was pretty maintained. And it's a pretty dark alternate universe where my shown killed both heath and Glenn Glenn doesn't even live long enough to to make it to the lineup. Poor guy this guy did not him and Andrea. Both there is no way of work this thing working out depending on which universe they were living. Yeah they were. They were final destiny. Screw the log was going through the windshield. No matter what it's bad deal is not good for them. No I did. I did think that and I knew it was a hallucination. I knew it wasn't anything that we are meant to take as Gospel. Truth like this is definitely what would have happened. But this is a point where you have to think. Well that's probably not what would have necessarily happened. Because we first meet miss shown and Andrea is kind of the person that pulls her back to life and then. I don't believe necessarily that showed would have just wandered up to Virginia on her own because at the time that she meets Andrea they are still enjoying. So that's one thing that's kind of like I can see that this is mostly just Michaud and having a bad trip and going down like the worst possible thing she could think of. That would have happened to her if she hadn't made this decision and she's just envisioning like she's still on the same road just taking the bad path every time but it's also like is. Everybody just GONNA wind up in Virginia than all roads lead to Virginia. No matter what you do in life that's where you're GONNA wind up in the apocalypse. I wanted to see. I wanted to see a Morales Cameo. Ooh talking about people that made it up from Georgia. Yeah I wonder does is alive in this alternate universe. Now that's a good question so I guess she. She would have had no impact on what happened with t dog in prison. I think it sir. I think the really interesting thing about this that I think could have been done better is. There's no implication that Michelle has had any kind of positive impact on everyone else. It's more like Oh. She joins Megan and she becomes the instrument of death for all these people that are going to die anyway. And there's no like if shown his here. She saves these people from this or she makes rick a better man or you know. Judith. Doesn't survive in this universe. There's a lot of things I think they could play with as far as what is Michigan's role in this community and they didn't do any of that and I think that's where they could have done a lot better. I think what they tried to express though. Is this idea that Michelle is a better person for having made choices that she made like? I think it's less about who could have saved what my shown could've done and more about like because my shown chose to save Andrea. She got to meet these people. She got to meet Rick. Grimes you've got to fall in love. She got to have RJ. She gets to raise judith. As as her own child she gets to have all of these meaningful connections. Where before she was really really lost a and I know that like the the writer explanation on it is like the button that they wanted to put on. It is at the end of the episode. She makes the same choice again. you know she's on this path to go and find rick now that she believes. Rick is still alive And House like the the best lead that she's had like close to a decade at this point to to go off and find him and then there's these two people who are like desperately in need of help and she can either just say like screw. You guys waited forever to find. Rick I'm just GonNa go and do that. But instead she links up with them and then there's this whole larger world that you've got imagine we won't see anything from until whatever machine thing whether it's a show and spin off or it's the feature film whatever it ends up being seems like they've got fantasies about it and ambitions. What Scott Impulse says rather than specific designs at this point so they're trying to like button it up that way by framing the episode of like who is shown in who is shown as it relates to her time in the series of the walking. Dead what is her. Arc Arc is somebody who saved a person but has extraordinary trust issues to being somebody who's still chooses to be the person who saves people but now has a little bit more faith in Humanity. Whether or not that's GonNa satisfy as far as what the ultimate thesis statement is on my shown it's a total judgment call. Yeah and I think I definitely I definitely rocked all of that but it did feel to me. Lake so much of this series is about you know people coming together and choosing the right path and having to the findings survival easier with community. I think is one of the recurring roles. Yes of course. Because if they can if they can binge-watch community then that means they can. There's a whole ton of shows that they can be binge-watching savings to be much easier TV. Well that's what we're learning now. Yeah exactly yeah. It's this live together die alone. And PS that's far from the the last lost reference. We're going to about this episode and we really got got everything was about how it affected me as a person. I think that's good and I think it's a good. It's a good send off for her but I would have liked to have seen like what is everybody else to like. Just give me a hint of what that's like. And if they are different people or if they all made the exact same choices and they're all the same and she's the only one that made different choices. So why would she even there what? What's give me another loss reference? You WanNa make let's do it this island's magical and let's go into this abandoned research station and let's burn a boat so you know it was lost episodes. I think I was about midway some sort of call. That makes these visions. Yeah Yeah I it. It was kind of like some like jumpy dark gross bits. And I think our Joe Russo or Desmond. Yeah Yeah it was like. It's like we're watching the cheap horrified version of lost. It's like Blood House presents you did. Text me twenty minutes. In W T F am I watching last? It was so it was so so so Lawsti and in a good way I think and I have this reputation around post show recaps as being the person who hates lost and that's not true. I don't hate lost. Your loss reputation was that you love miles. That is I adore. He's my fate anyway. I ever took it. Yeah but I've also taken a lot of heat for occasionally putting lost on blast for not sticking and I really kind of gave me some shown esque trust issues when it comes to my television Sir. It's like don't tell me for six years that it's not purgatory and then make it all right. We're going to get into a fight but it's not going to again. Let's let's I think we. We saved this all for that debate elsewhere. It there are a lot of commonalities with with my favorite show here in this episode. So it is fun to view it from that angle. Is there much that you WanNa talk about when it comes to virgil the Kevin Carroll character. Who's here WHO's an actor. I really really love. He's so great on the leftovers speaking of loss because leftovers comes for Damon Lindelof and like they kind of like it just turns out that he sort of a total looney toon. I don't know it wasn't my favorite choice but in some sense. Maybe we shouldn't have been surprised that that's what was actually on the island was just crazy. Virgil and his dad family. Well yes but no. And there's a lot I have a lot of questions about Virgil and maybe these are things that I missed that you can help explain away for her but I really felt like Virgil living situation. That we are coming upon is something that we would have seen in like an early walking dead season like this is not someone who's responding to a Zombie apocalypse. Ten Years in the making this is somebody responding very fresh Zombie apocalypse. React right. It's like this is season three Morgan clearing every night and there were a lot of Morgan references. I think this episode but for one thing I miss shown is good enough judge of character that she would have caught this and maybe it was just the idea of weapons sort of blinded her to the fact that this guy was not on the up and up but she's been pretty good at figuring out like who do you trust. And who do you not trust in this world and it seemed weird that she just kind of blindly take him and maybe that kind of feeds into. She made the wrong choice. This one time so maybe every time. She helped someone and kind of makes her think. Maybe I shouldn't have helped which I think is what we're going for here but I did feel like if your time to go insane and start. Keeping people in boxes was really like you had about your window after the Zombie apocalypse to do that. And after that. It's kind of like you either. Adjust or someone would get tired of doing that and you're still doing that at this stage of the apocalypse. You're kind of a jerk. I get I get the idea that perhaps it's one of these situations like I think what we're come. We're coming to understand is walking dead world beyond whenever we get that is going to be about sort of a community that had it much easier or even Alexandria in the first few months that that our group was there was they were closed off. They didn't have to cope with the repercussions of design be apocalypse in quite the same way as other people and so they kind of continued to live pretty well until they did right. And I think that's what we're meant to understand about virgils group but also the people that he had in the other cell. His fellow research people were really well groomed doing well and it gave me some questions about like the time line. So if you have questions about the time line two and you're seeking wisdom for meet friends one thing. I can't help you there. Because like he's going in there and shaving probably like grooming them and yeah are they get out once a week to take a shower. How long overpowering them enough to do that so I felt like this had to be like relatively recent. And he's like what he's like making all their food for them so I still like being somewhat civilized so like if this had been a very long time. I think like the pump up speech from Michaud of. You'll be just like him. If you kill him. You'll you'll never be able to take it back. That wouldn't have worked. There would be like yes. Sorry we've been in here for a decade we're GONNA kill on only lets us out to the shower and shave our face and other body parts and eat a whole Thanksgiving dinner and then back again feeds them full Thanksgiving dinners and the Turkey makes them so sleepy that they just pass out so he can go in and shave them at that could be. Just why am I still concerned with them? Getting Shaved I. I don't know because the two women I just keep thinking of him. Shaving them and I don't know why I'm going. It seems like a lot of lines are being crossed at this point. He's kind of crazy and it seems like the kind of thing he'd fixing. I'm the only one who gets to have a beard. He's like he's the he's the Alpha of their group it's like reverse Alpha because he's the one that gets to be the most words I get to win Mr Ball Mister Beardie on on bloods birth island every year. No one else allowed to compete. It's all I've got left her. Yeah I got a couple of questions I think what it feels like happened with virgils. Timeline is like he had a whole family there because also he said he had a five year old so they were doing well enough that they're having kids out here on this island. Yeah I guess like they're doing fine for five years they have a kid. Everything's going great and then it's not going great and zombies show up like they took in some extra people and one of those extra people turned into his ambi- and everybody was Zombie and kids resolve BS. And then there's these three other people in so virgils like okay. Shut you in a cell with a bar soap and Thanksgiving dinner and I'm GonNa get a boat and peace. Outta here and find somebody else so I can bring them back and save you or bring them back and put them in the cell next to you like virgils motivations. I know he's a crazy guy but they don't really don't really make sense to me either Although it makes more sense to me how he would have been able to leave them for the length of time if he gave them a full Thanksgiving dinner like they could really make a meal out of that for probably like three days. At least Thanksgiving leftovers are better than real thanksgiving. How are they without refrigeration? I mean maybe it's cold in there could be like maybe they have a little dorm fridge could be that they have that as well I will say that I really again. I loved the actor. I think Kevin Carols a great actor in there was there was one. There was one that I really loved with him. In that regard which is when they go in and they go to all the people who are hanging And he like he has his face up to like clearly his kids feet. That was that was just really sad Like I definitely really really felt for him. In that moment so virgil was not all bad but like there was a lot of hype for me that Kevin Carroll was going to be on the show. He's this new character Virgil and then like he's just like ultimately like a lubricant for the slide with which miss shown is off the show. That's basically all that he serves he's going to. He's going to be the device. That yeats Michaud. That's it unless you think we're gonNA see burge again. I think that they kind of left it like. Yeah Virgil gets to live out on the island forever. I think so. He's there if they need him but I don't think they need him pounding. So either yeah. I think it would be more likely that we'd see those three other random guy. Is there anything from the like the Sideways Universe? You WanNa talk with seat there. We go again very lost anything for the Sideways University. WanNa UNPACK NEAGH hanging out. They seemed like this other world like they were great friends. She's like the Simon in this world. Yeah which also was kind of a sexist in his original iteration and maybe shown lake turns into like woke feminists and he but he didn't have a whole lot of women like he had one woman on his council and it really didn't seem like the kind of that keeps a Harem is not the kind of guy that like really listens to the women in his life. It did kind of seem like maybe. Maybe that's the takeaways that shown like helps. Megan have some more progressive views on feminist. Who's going to help him now? In Alexandria gets to go back there Carol Carol or establishing we've never actually that's like the one time we've seen Megan and carol talk to each other as he gives her head so I hope I think next week we are going to get a little bit more of that conversation and how they figured that out. But I mean Megan's GonNa Megan's learning I think he talks to Judith. A lot and judith is certainly a strong female role model absolutely hundred percent maybe judith to rain and should they get the chance to hang out again and again. It's like it's final destination. Trajectory of Nagin is that he comes to respect women and understand that keeping a Harem is wrong. The unceremonious departure of Michigan in the Sideways University just gets crossbow. Bolted to the chest and then Rick Grimes to death. That's it that's how you take down. Machines is that fair. I think that's fair and I think it's also they're also starting to grapple with some things that they really glossed over the first time we saw them to We're revisiting some of these occasions. Which are maybe some of the some of maybe the biggest? Dick MOVES OF RICK. Grimes yeah and I think getting to see Michelle and give that speech about. Yeah you just came into our bunker and mercilessly killed ten of us and it's like yeah you know what that wasn't great that wasn't great in the real world when they did that and I think it's important to note that they haven't always made the right choice on the right path that would be unimpeachable from any moral standards and it's important to note that they had to make some difficult choices in the walking dead universe that were maybe not always the bright ones and that could have joined the saviors and they are all human beings over at the Savior's too albeit ones. That have this kind of messed up philosophy that they just get to exploit everybody else. That's not great but they were functioning enough that people had families there and it was. You know it was an okay place if you were a savior and to be murdered like that is still going to hurt someone. Yeah how about the okay? So she survives. You convince his everybody not to kill Virgil and then. She's going to leave because she's still pissed off and she wants to get back because she thinks that everybody's just getting slaughtered by Alpha little. Does she know that? Alpha's dead and then she comes across an iphone with yet. Looks like an iphone three GS which was my first time with like Rick's name scrawled on like what what was all of this stuff is like a picture of rick kind of I really. I wanted to ask you about this. Josh because I was freeze framing a lot and trying to recall my three years of high school Japanese that have not stuck three years of Japanese in high school. Yeah and I can basically Order Food and count to ten a few different ways and taps. Fridays no no food items on on the list. As far as you could tell no no but that's my that's my advice to anybody learning a foreign language all the food. I because that's the thing you need the most you ever GonNa go there. I ever went to Japan so well. You should do that at some point because Japan is awesome. So I've heard I enjoyed your stone. I hope for that for you. I prefer the grapes and such I does. This mean that there's going to be like is Rick in Japan but how is he in Japan but also like was he was at bloods worth island for two weeks or two weeks ago or something like that like what I couldn't really follow any of the real clues of like Rick Wazir well. Let's unpack a few different Josh. First of all there are some references to Japanese culture and language. I mean the fact that Michelle is packing. A Samurai sword is not an accurate and the codenames that she uses with Judith on the walkie are Koto and Daito which are I believe short and sorge which is which is kind of a cute clever thing and so there's precedent for there to be some references to Japanese language. I don't believe necessarily that. Grimes was learning Japanese in his spare time. He had a lot going on. Don't fault him there. But I think the message on the phone could conceivably be something that Michelle could read and the thing I don't know though and there's been some speculation. This portrait doesn't make a lot of sense to me. It's a portrait of Michigan. And what looks like Judith? But that's not the judith. That Rick rhymes makes this is judith. Now so that is weird to me. Well what if wherever? Rick is the people who have him have spies in. Alexandria or or drones. Even could things be so sophisticated that such things exist in Rick? Grimes land so we all know updates on what everybody looks like may be shown Scott Haircut now but if that's the case why is this just a picture of Judith and shown why is it? Rj The picture Rick Constrict presumably does not know RJ. Because that's GonNa really take away from the big dramatic reveal when they revealed to him that he has a child so Sense be damned when it comes to that. I hate it when people telling a story. Withhold details of the story. Just so for dramatic don't that's don't share. Don't you dare do. It is doing its Jay. But yeah so. I'm looking at it right now obviously. I can't read the Japanese characters but it does sit Do you want to know what the Josh and I I read the characters? I just couldn't put them together with words and thankfully somebody who's seen the episode via AMC premier has posted on Reddit. That the that words in Japanese say you need to trust a little? Whoa okay? So that's a pretty good clue you need to trust a little more. Does that have significance within the walking dead cannon? I'm I think. It probably has more significance in whatever rick is doing is just back to like full. Kill or be killed Rick. Grimes not trusting. Anybody His mercy is not prevailing over Rath Rath Rath. Yeah it's all wrath time and I think maybe what happened here. Is someone hands him this picture of Michelle and Judith? And the message is you need to trust a little more. Maybe maybe it's mercy's turn for a little while. We think maybe a jaded drew this. I'm why would Jada S- right in jeopardy Janus also known as Japanese and it's possible. I don't know what she was up to the garbage. It's possible that while she was there she was studying Japanese. I guess so and Yeah I mean we know he's with James at this point so that's possible. It seems like this was something he was carrying around but now he doesn't have it anymore and we don't know exactly how long ago that stuff that dropped off there. It's going to be pretty wild to see how the feature films explain Miss Shannon rix eventual reunion based off of the clues. That she has here in this. It's GONNA be serendipitous. The two of them getting back together like the stuff of like cosmic fate. Well how does anybody find anybody in this universe anymore? It's really amazing. Yeah tough stuff did you. Was it enough for you? The way that mish shown communicated with Judith and like communicated that like your dad might still be alive and drew. You gotta go. Was that enough for you to like I. Miss Shown walking away from her kids. It's it's tough Josh. It's but I think Judith does a pretty good job of selling this and I think I think it's interesting that Judith says we got them we destroyed the horde when you and I know that's not I mean as far as everybody knows still getting killed Alpha but last we saw everybody was on the run. Like that's another issue that I have with like the placement of this episode. Yeah we could do this episode. Two more episodes later after that is true and that would make more sense. So either what's happening? There is that Judith is lying to miss shown so that will go and look for things that things are over. And she's about to be in for route awakening or the third door is that things are over. And this is out of sequence. Yeah it's it's really hard to tell at this point and I think we could have done that a little bit better Or maybe they'll explain it i. They've been doing a pretty good job when we have big questions like this. It's almost immediately explained to us at the top of next episode. Like I think I'm thinking back to all of the complaints. I had about Dante and they just basically it was almost like they had my laser and they went down the list so I think they might. They might explain a little bit more about this. We get to see the scene probably again from Judas point of view So it is possible that this is something that happened. A little bit later and they did take out everybody or judith is just really sadly misinformed about how far along they are in the whisperer war or. She's just telling her what she wants to hear. So that she'll go and look for Rick which I think Judith is the best personate explaining these kinds of things I've and it sounded very clearly the same character who says to marry if we had found you. You wouldn't be like this same person that says We might need you. But Rick prior probably needs more. I yeah I I don't know I feel like maybe like if if Miss John had had that conversation with Darryl or Carol. I don't know that I think that maybe they book look. That sounds interesting. Things are happening here. You're shown real use that sword so I wonder I really do wonder just what the fallout will be with people like Rick. Sorry with people like Darrell. Like when he finds out from Judith. Mahone things that my dad's alive or we could get. Will she tell that to question too I think if she doesn't that's very frustrating how do they? How do they explain to the greater cast? Why showings not coming back. They have to. They have to dress that somehow and not do they though I hope so yeah. I think that they kind of do don't they. They can't just have her disappear without that being dealt with to some degree I think people in this universe go out all the time and don't come back but sean is a big deal to go away and not come back. I think if they just leave that fully unacknowledged. I'm going to feel pretty unsatisfied by that. Yeah and it would be a hard secret for judith. Keep she's tenure But I think it's very possible that that judith sits on this information for a little while at least like get everybody through the whisperer war and then bring it up lake. Oh Yeah I talked to him. Shown will while back there. I'm sad that That Maggie is gonNA come back to the show in by the time she's back. Michelle will be gone and we'll never really get to see at least between the two characters. What sort of beef existed between them right? 'cause like weren't they feuding? Yeah Yeah and there was really that was maybe one of the more frustrating things that happened on this show where they'd be like yeah. They're mad at each other because of the thing that happened during the time. Jump that we're not going to tell you about and that felt really convenient so I don't know so. That's it's unfortunate. We're not GONNA get that but I think I think it's maybe we're not meant to ask memories that go that far far better than I think. We're supposed to think about the thing in front of us. The the next thing that's happening and I think Maggie coming back probably factors into that a little bit more all right. What else from this episode that you WanNa touch on? I thought we got some very interesting. Echoes of Morgan. A couple of different times. The idea of someone losing a kid at. We've touched on that a little bit already idiot. Someone losing their kid and then. Kinda snapping is very much like the second time we saw Morgan and then also the idea of somebody getting on the walkie every morning and talking to someone who may or may not be out there listening. That was the piece that they hung the entire. First Season of the walking dead on you had rick like he didn't know if Morgan was still listening but he needed someone to talk to so he'd get out and say here's what we're up to and I really. I really like that idea of trying to stay connected as much as you can. And also also the other thing it reference that I thought was funny. Was that season. Three's company when Suzanne somers wouldn't be wouldn't talk to any of the other cast and so they filmed all of these sequences of her like talking to them on the three's company guys I know three's company man I I actually. I also referenced this in a piece I wrote for prime timers so it's relatively fresh on my mind and one more tiny piece of Trivia. Apparently the dude that is rescuing at the end of the episode is stable. And I I had never heard of him and I think maybe you and I are the wrong demographic for this but he is he was apparently he is known on on the former site vine he was the most subscribed to vine style and his name is Andrew Bachelor but he went by King batch on this on the vine and I was never on vine so I've never heard of him but he is. Apparently a known quantity and people were excited to see hope. He's doing fine without Without buying anymore got a got a job on the walking dead so the always twitter following his two point five million dollars. I don't feel bad for him. He's like he's Internet There's a looking at a video posted. Eleven hours ago he's sleeping in his bed And someone brings a mirror up to him and he wakes up and he's very scared by his own reflection. I do not understand Internet famous now watching him jump on a bed. I think he's waiting to scare somebody who's about to open a door for seconds left. No one's opened the door But he seems still content with himself watching without the sound on now. I'm watching one where someone is. Clapping their hands over and over again and he is sticking his hand in between the clapping hands every time that they are up so that he doesn't make contact with the hands and he seems to be having a very good time doing that. So this is Michelle is GonNa be hanging out with for the foreseeable future that while. He sounds like he'll be entertaining. It seems like it's going to be a good time now I'm looking at. I believe his feet knows somebody else's somebody who's filming him their feet. He is playing a game on the playstation four. Oh it seems like this person is taking their pants off. But we can't see what this is a fascinating pants at King Batch and Oh my God. Full fully disrobing. But it's from the perspective of the person so you can't see any nudity and the king batches just to into the video game to care so the content that's coming your way from king batch had no idea yet. I he's he's world that's awesome. Well I hope that means if he's fine if people really like them maybe that means we'll see him in the movies and stuff with With Sean that could be cool. Yeah I think it's possible I think the next thing I want to see what that caravanners yeah theme big time same. I'm curious very curious to see. I was sad. I'm Sean I mean. I'm glad she's alive. I'm glad they didn't kill her off. I think we were pleasantly surprised by that. And you know we're used to the walking dead having that mechanism now that you don't just die. If you leave the the rick departure opened that door in a big way so it's nice that she's still alive but just as we're you know where we are with walking dead right now. The writing is really great but like most of the characters have like people that like you had to like work a little harder to care about a that work paying off but it's still kind of like man was shown was one of the last remaining old guard and so it's tough to loser. Yeah it is and at least. They're not at least she didn't go out in a really punk ass was entirely possible and I really feel like the writing staff right now is committed to helping us find reasons to care about everybody. That's left and they're telling some good stories in a way that doesn't frustrate us and I think for a long time. We relied on. They were relying on the goodwill of having all these characters around that we had already been invested in and they treaded water for so long on that on that arc anticipating that our love for the characters would carry us through. And now it's like how do we retain the few people that are still clinging to this show? Like how do we make them care about it? And how do we do this? How do we tell these stories in a compelling way and the answer is we we we pushed the plot forward and every episode were getting? Yeah so are why. We're getting away from the shown visit where we're going next. Do you have anything Comic Book Zony from this? That you WANNA get into I book. Zony PER SE. But my thought was that this kind of story would not have ever been in the regular comics but I could have seen it as some kind of companion novel. Sorta likely got the rise of the right. Yeah I think it gets a side story is not something that you would have seen in the comics proper all right so I think we can skip the comic book zone for this week. Next week. Jess the episode called. Look at the flowers vox talkative. Within the vodka and provocative in the world of the walking dead. You cannot call your episode. Look the flowers and not expect us to have very high. I know so better. Be a good a good So we'll be back. Look at the flowers next week. Any final words for Miss Shown Jess I love Michelle. She's always been a great character. She was amazing in the comics and equally amazing on the show perfect casting a well acted and her trajectory on the show very different from the comics but also made sense and deny. Guerrero is just a superstar and like this really catapulted her to the public. I you know she was a play right. You know she was certainly Prolific in on the stage and had a promising career there on walking dead just boosted her profile in such an amazing way. She landed in such a big way with the marvel. Movies with Black Panther. We're going to be seeing a lot more for and we're going to be seeing really cool new sides for God willing right like you know with the state at the entertainment industry right now but assuming things get the you know the ship gets righted Americana. Show that she's doing with. Hbo LUPITA and Yondo like really really great pedigree behind that and deny there is the show runner on that is the writer on that That's a really cool. Turn for her career. I'm having like having talked to her for some interviews. Having watched read her interviews a lot over the years She's clearly just like an incredibly intelligent thoughtful person. Who cares a lot about character and story so as she is like making this turn towards in this big public way of becoming a show runner in somebody? Who's working at a very powerful capacity in the television arena? And who knows where that takes her from there? It's just something that as somebody who is an avid consumer of this stuff. I'm really really pumped to see. So all the best to her. I think for as far as a career decision the best possible one she could've made here was to was to leave the walking dead especially in a way where you know. She's not done with the walking dead necessarily like we could still very easily. Seamus shown in some capacity. Moving forward. So that'll be really exciting when we get to. That point T. H. R. dot com slash walking dead for an interview with Herrera for comments from from Angela King and Scott M Kimball as well. What's going on in prime timer. I'm not a whole lot right now. I think everybody's just sort of adjusting to life under social isolation so I. I don't have any new articles covered by new not normal. The new Poli Abdomen normal. I did drop an article last week about inspired by the new comedy breeders. That has come out where I talk about. All of the Brutally honest parenting comedies of the two thousand nine hundred and how they rank as far as real as and that was kind of fun to write. I'm especially especially timely. Considering that I'm going to be spending the next several weeks locked up in a house with good luck. Good luck well. We'll try and distract you as best as we can here with walking dead. I know you're also distracting yourself with star. Trek Picard with mix master. Mike Bloom. Yeah we got one more episode of that so it's also going to be looking forward to that the best star trek ever done. I hear that's what I've heard and tons going on on pusher recaps in addition to walking dead we've got westworld coverage better call Saul coverage curb. Your enthusiasm coverage is wrapping up this week. Lost Down the hatch. Best show ever. Don't ask me so plenty going on here. I am planning going on here on post. Show recaps for everything that jess and I are both getting up. You can follow us on twitter at Haymaker Hattie. I'm round Howard. We will be back next week looking at the flowers with our next edition of walking dead. Recap you're on pusher recaps until then everybody take care good bye?

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"If the doctor build eagles show presented by neutral medical dot com call one eight eight eight six four zero and welcome back we have josh burst in here a you know it's a the last hour with deborah's quite something it's hard to give it a word in edgewise but yes lobster say you'll hear a lot of programs josh first is probably the best geopolitical analyst i have on the program all week and he has a huge following a josh lots of things going on it's pretty insane is that a we have a now these you're gonna see some of the democrats running scared especially she's bowser inside the intel agencies like the department of justice is an f b i i we see the democrats already so far left now they're having a battle between the four primary really ultra left in the democratic party nancy pelosi as their policies it's obviously are suicidal geopolitically trump is starting together speed after the g twenty that he's actually gonna start making some good deals with russia and china which also probably help with the military issues we were dealing with constantly including russia neutral our sheila island and the south china sea a a new to the present their an intermediate in short range andy i issue of a tear protection and the trade deals and so on there's a lot of issues to talk about what what is your top one today nightmare of a free epstein 'em i'm gonna i'm gonna say a lot of things so kind of let me speak on this one oh absolutely i know i know you've got lots of their pages long in probably could've just been two pages long because it's nothing repeat repeat repeat number one number two any attorney worth their weight and saw would beat and defeat these charges number three this is nothing but hearsay it's garbage it's not worth the paper it's written on an number for you know what i think this is i think that this indictment is they try traffic to try to get hurt president trump and i'll tell you why would you should davis is now the one who's taking over the southern district of new york she put i put out a video about a month ago where she was interviewed and she said i will do everything in my power to investigate trump in his family okay that's number that's number four five the next part about this is we got maureen komi who's supposed to be the league prosecutor on this this is revenge for her father for being fired and somehow i feel like this is they trap and that somehow they're gonna do something to either give this a epstein guy immunity to try to say something about the president's i'm telling you my gut feeling when i read this incitement he does not scream guilty as far as the rest of the deep state and this guy it's written in a very vague manner in the i see it is it's written this way purposely so that either he can get off for he could somehow get you know get to president trump i mean the bottom line is another squeezed by what you're saying yeah it's a sex trafficking conspiracy one it doesn't even say sex trafficking charge they're calling it a conspiracy and then ask yourself this question if you're sixty six years old and you're wealthy see millionaire billionaire whatever and you decide that you wanna get massages from fourteen year old girls and you have them coming into you're establishment in new york and florida and elsewhere you tell them just roll your naked they give you a massage you start watching them and then you start touching yourself and when you're done you pay them and tell them they go bring others seriously aren't you worried that the that the victim is gonna go to the police immediately this thing doesn't add up rela add about smell justice makes sense now what about you in an order which party analytics and i don't see this is anything but a ploy to get the present now as the fcc evan island i think i heard something about kevin island there's nothing indictment about be piling all it says is the new york residents palm beach residents and among other location so they don't even talk about lalita lingering in other words yeah so in other words what we're saying is is a dozen wages squeezed by just likely squeezed played against manafort in the and others so they could drive against trump right this sounds like a trap if you're asking me in my professional national opinion just from analyzing it again i'm not turning i'm a political analyst it's my job to be able to see through the bull and right the blank in the way that i see this set up as it's extremely vague it's extremely poorly worded and to be quite honest which repeated in fourteen pages like over and over and over again in honestly there's only two challenge here that's it you've got usa cody team fifteen a a ninety one and then you had you ask code twenty eight twenty four sixty one that's it so i mean the question like you do why now and wednesday genda now exactly why now doesn't make sense and i'm telling you like good feelings on this and again i've been absolutely correct when i make predictions my gut feeling is this is a trap right now we know the funny thing is getting really ugly in even inside the democratic party can you give us air announces that because nancy pelosi is fighting for her life is speaker edgy outing now publicly in twitter twitter war with these four super left democrats so things are we getting pretty weird or over the democratic side in the debates would have been so far shows there so far a lesser not anywhere near even the average democrat it's crazy is that it is but i'll be honest with that stuff isn't even gonna make the news you're looking at another russian conspiracy here with this indictment and the media's gonna start dragon trump into this he made that comment years ago about being a nice guy and he likes girls that are under age i'm telling you right now and i hope to god it's not the case but it's his name is on those flight launch silver silver it's a stun one term gone and i hate to say it because i love the president's and then and i want that this president to be reelected but if his name shows up on the flight lots it's over it's over you know you made the point logs a large until he made the island matter what you're seeing in other words they're gonna try to show up on the flight log salute literally the islands where i don't know maybe i don't know i mean the gas what am i think president trump is no saying i'm not saying that he did anything illegal or anything like that and i have heard reports actually said he kicked him out of merrill lago in in prior engagements when they were together and he called him you know creepy names and things like that so again i'm not putting this on president trump's city guiltier he did anything but me truth seeker in the truth tellers and independent conservative journalists i'd go where i think the truth is and i'm not saying that's the truth is he did anything wrong i'm telling you that the media is going to use this as russia two point oh and they are going to black resident and try hyun i think it's a again more media cabal sewage geopolitical suicide a i'm what i'm surprised as wide trumpism extra de licensing media in journalists so they can't and many more questions i'm amazed that he doesn't even more aggressive dealing with a border i'd send troops to be while mollica mexican border and just start killing the drug cartels i'm surprised you tolerate any bad behavior in russia and china starts closing back and constantly don't pull the troops out as stop supplying oil from venezuela cuba because you have to understand the russians even brought ships now in a park and rated in cuba just like the cuban missile crisis and food and is threatening another human missile crisis we already have one and i i i think trump is is action holding back 'cause i think in the next few months durham and harlot are gonna start dropping the hammer along with bar the new agey this is gonna get really ugly i think you're gonna start seeing these people real tough guys all of a sudden v dot com tough anymore as start barking like a like as they a midnight dog they're gonna start barking and acsi tallies telling stories on their fellow colleagues and things really start flying apart here my guess you're gonna start seeing some perp walks they did open another grand jury investigation of hillary clinton and possessed a and these emails and everything 'cause this is not okay if this is insects we will not heavy stable government now wherever in the future i mean what happened to drop start it long before trump starting with hillary clinton as secretary of state start with obama violating the pfizer rules and so and this is way out of control and goes way back george bush junior goes back to the patriot act after nine eleven all of this stuff is right out of they you know they put these laws in detroit protect pfizer court they were the exact opposite these people went crazy and decided there the government and you're like the government has no relevance whatsoever it's amazing isn't it is it is amazing but you know again we gotta watch out for this for this indictment we've gotta keep a very very close eye on this indictment because pot i dunno i i just like i said i just i have this feeling that this is a trap well what is a major stories like you just came back from tony what other major stories there watching tom well i i'm i just did a story actually the other day and komi on his ex interview documents that was retrieved from me freedom of information act request actually said they'd be any white finder in not only did he ever white finder but he also had private a battle of a device that can can cleaner or to retrieve things as they back off on a server in in the document it says hillary's emails so this whole thing about bleach pit and hammers is a ruse oh james komi had her emails in a safe in his office the f b i n i have the documents that show it and i did a story on it just put it out on the judge springsteen show this morning as a matter of fact right and you could see it i highlight where shows his handwriting and everything else so again it's like they're dangling the emails in front of our faces staring us define them so the question now is who has who has those emails what komi doesn't have who have so that's where the the trail goes cold i don't know the answers to that but i will take you know the emails you're talking about are hillary's emails in iraq i mean i remember actually watching some of these power play there was one guy in the basement apartment in bulgaria their main stack and he said there were multiple major players like russia and china that you were in the same survey caesar signature so they were classified emails and over thirty thousand words of destroys it did have classification they tried the downgrade the classification categories of them but these outlets material message end people i wonder how many agents died because of hillary's emails i wonder how many eight by officer classification or their ability to actually do their job and wherever they're place people don't realize that the devastation hillary did and she couldn't care less because they were selling other countries uranium one they're selling out the country with muslim countries a it'd be honest with you we have to understand what's really going on here for example a dennis goes back a long time we've talked about this last week a iran ron at right now it's gonna be a weaponising uranium to the weapons grade visuals not gonna tolerate this if he thinks they're gonna get away with this without being new by israel's they're delusional now i don't think trump is wants to the war but he will do an intervention now they're talking about increasing not just any amount of non weaponsgrade uranium beyond the limit but weaponsgrade uranium as you said well i'm not gonna burn but some have a new the first thing that i think you should do is is actually a talk to our allies and say we're gonna see stakes new allies if you continue to support this treaty with iran the second thing you should do is is blockade their their their their ships shipping oil inserting as a thinker navy a i think that if we don't deal hard with iran iran is gonna try to do something stupid israel and israel look the hell out of every muslim country within ten thousand miles people don't realize is you'll not tolerate and will be were lockstep listen because we can't tolerate it out control is lump in iran is completely out of control and on the other side there elements inside sunni islam they're out of control is well in some of these rashly collaborating with see sad special activities vision cia which did the demolition of nine nine eleven and people don't understand the drug trade is run by says well worldwide they take their two trillion dollars in drug trade in oregon trade and a human trade and it goes into where projects they're not under surveillance the government the congress the senate or the president's bill realize we have a compartmentalize governments no other controls rose i'm concerned yeah no no question about it 'em bottom line is israel's not allowed them to you're rich knowing not gonna happen where you know they could have their bond no i i think i think argument that i think you're gonna see a as a descriptive the talks with this we've experts on this that iran in western ron rivera sure reactor it says it'll shelby every resident from this area of iran is if you're not a country on earth these people have not migrated from because of place will be devastated because they try to enrich uranium at but share for nuclear lucasville by by iran have a nice day you're done do you difficulty taking supplements are you searching for highquality complete nutritional drink measure whole family will love new medical blake support has arrived all of your daily nutritional requirements in one quick delicious drink to build eagles support is a proprietary 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back toward the center i mean it's insane a trumpet ashley i think are start rising in the polls further especially when he makes the trade deals i he's extra work on the transparency in healthcare has got a few things i think the money's good via she's not doing right which is five g network and recycle water laser minor compared to these other issues that are going on there that could be fixed and simply a change in terms of their advanced what i see happening is that america is on the edge will not only of and increasing economy but also the danger that if it didn't go back because of media and intel agencies actually making a movie like like i think they the concert drawing a against with the russia gate caused trump the loose house i think there's a reason why we have elsie in these other maniacs and this guy who's active member of care who just recently left the party say's independence by the end of the muslim terrorism and a at trump's not gonna put up with that obviously i think trump's gonna sell back in companies have some good advisers like you in fact i like to have a back room talk with you in some of our experts with trump once a week just give me ten or twenty minutes and say look here's issues that you're getting right and here's issues you're getting wrong suddenly visors rod trump obviously you either have are delusional running foreign brother just plain evil earthy they they truly are 'em i'm learning a lot more about this a this jeffrey berman guy who action signed off on de 'em on these indictment against epstein it is often said issues the search warrant on michael cone but he actually recused himself he did not order it it was robert khuzami his top deputy he also has charged natalia tell you this though in the sky a with obstruction of justice if you remember she was these plants by the insurance a the jeb bush campaign that tried to a meet with don jr on he was appointed by jeff sessions in a he's been recommend he was recommended by jared kushner who knew him from dealing with him with real estate he's the son of a real estate developer and in trenton new jersey and they own minor league hockey team as well so there's there's a lot of information he could be prosecuted get four hundred dollars to the trump campaign in two thousand sixteen 'em any also has charge cesar sayaka bomber as well so so i don't know you know you gotta look at every little bit of information who's the prosecutor and everything else it looks like the person that signed off on be indictment is the united states attorney but who's prosecuting the case a is is one that is comi daughter oh really so you have seen yeah that's a look at everything and look at everything that's and he also tried michael luvin nadi by the way so that's good too yeah so what what if production say if you're just say like it's the same he went to vegas the gamble and you're you're you're gonna say it's a rational only a pessimistic 'em what would you say is likely happened to you know the fall with the democratic democratic party was trump was environmentalist preparedness first breaks with all the other things going on the stock market a disease currency by the by you know a laughable crunches they call libra by you know zuckerberg a i i see a lot of things it gave me great concern but i do think that things were not completely out of control yeah 'cause you average american isn't is is not totally on why they're not gonna put up with the survey no look i think a president trump you know the only way that he can lose in twenty twenty is if he gets embroiled in some kind of scandal that you know we don't know about or if voter fraud is allowed to take place i mean look you're between two million four million illegal votes in the two thousand sixteen election and if you take the left wing media narrative of how many votes that hillary clinton won by they said that she won by between two and three million popular vote boats well those two to three million illegal aliens so if you take those illegal alien votes out of the equation trump would have won four hundred plus electoral votes all day only the bottom line is ten we make sure that we don't have voter fraud moving forward in the that's the question they only way he loses is massive voter fraud and if you think they cheated last time they hate this guy said they're gonna cheat ten times worse blow i'm hoping that the president has mechanisms in place that he can keep them from cheating cheating also contain with the media the media continuing to do like a you know i call dave transferred the demeanor dossier call it a as they wanna see another with his epsteins they maybe they wanna make this into a dossier a this never right i mean it it it's at the point now where i think trump should start taking specific actions that will take care of things for example they wanna moves that healthcare for example to national plan where medicare for all look the democrats already put it on their own the cia or cold affordable erica healthcare plan which is insane mass a you know trump is already talking about the transparency he needs take further action zoo mexicans with their with their border control but i think trump's gonna take further action you should send troops to the ball among mexican border start taking the drug cartels a deal not only with the care but with the stick the russians interviews and i think also iran we can't tolerate iran ah weaponising so we have to have to go interaction decapitate regime because if they continue to get richer that she decided to preemptive strike in israel israel gonna go crazy there's only a tiny little country the size of rhode island if they could attack they're gonna tolerate with everything they got and there's a lot i have friends who i know exactly how many new fresh air and space space weapons any buddy idiot enough attack israel's facing their own annihilation they're gonna die and i don't see that happen i don't wanna see some people die because stupid people their extreme muslims basically one death to america death to israel this isn't going to happen it's gonna be really really ugly isn't it well look i i think if they continue down this path israel's gonna have to step in and the danger with this is obviously i ran knows yeah and i ran knows that if they don't do anymore that israel's gonna get involved in the next you know we're gonna have to get involved but as we are allies with israel's but the real issues shoes are allies rallies were not being allies european still have this traded the treaty agreement with iran even though they violated we should start sanctioning against their so called allies who don't support us that should be next the same thing with russia and china trucks just make a few phone calls imposed on a bank account supporting will take the procedure everything in russia and alex in china the ship carpet mill here illegally to the mexican border and we should actually start sending troops to the guatemalan mexican border ended kelly off and drug cartels because american states and mexico and central america are tied directly to the sad special activities in the cia people don't realize that without are collaboration these drug cartels couldn't exist and the same goes they will see a oregon trade the human trait worldwide leaving do drugs coming out of out of afghanistan we were talking about making a treaty with the taliban how stupid is that you could ever make a treaty with islam anybody student after emerging red carpet not talking about this on wednesday to make now devil is never going to work okay this idea is right to be some kind of treaty in the middle east and there's gonna be a seven year period of foolishness maybe people will think it's gonna happen idiots will think so but it's not gonna work i mean the fact is we just need a lay down the law and that's the law and andrew never make sure these nations could never clifford nuclear weapons but they're not doing it on their own north korea doesn't have the technical rica number of resources develop nukes is the russian hoax transporter to to a north korea says the old soviet satellite and they have a piece of depending on on china with all those two allies north korea could do nothing and the end end and he's probably worried himself kim but if he doesn't collaborate with china and russia they'll just remove him put another stall this totalitarian maniac in there to be another proxy of russia and china put one have this kind of proxy here people don't realize that we could deal with this on economic rather basis without ever putting any new so what trump is being very smart he's playing defensive weapons in the stop missiles but he needs advances missile defense system he needs ashley economically start putting a real major squeezing all these oligarchy sharks in the chinese communist and maybe that will start to get their message especially we set a special forces remove the nukes and our sheila island nb idea of the chinese have got nukes and his strategy that was after the biden dealer vitamin the son got money per private in venture capital so i mean i gotta kick it abiding this guy tries to look angry and he's so delusional isn't it is it preserves like walking into a psych ward of somebody who's on a day pass it's weird isn't it is it's very strange and you know you know that interview that he just recently did where he just wouldn't answer the question and then he was like come on man i only have thirty seconds it's like okay well even if you have thirty seconds you don't say my time is up you actually attacked and and you keep going and you go after they say you're time is up and you keep going bottom line is if he really wanted to win any want it to be the front runner he could've cemented his status in that debate with doing two things number one all he had to do do was attacking kamala harris by score saying kamala harris you're the one that wanted my endorsement you wanted me to speak if you're rallies you want it my endorsement senate run that's number one and number two how can you sit here and chastise me over relationship that i had with senators that i work with on a daily basis twentyfive thirty forty years ago when you sell part descendants of slave owners and he would have done that number one he would have attacked her you would have cemented his status as the front runner nobody would challenge him again any other candidates and more importantly he would've ended kamala harris is a run the presidency a few minutes later that night i'll bet you shown yeah she's one of the worst one i'm telling you as a politician she is like a key melian from hell she's really scare horrible yeah exactly relief right the way she went out of the election that was no spontaneous question by the way yet t shirts made up that was something that they rehearsed days and they knew that they were gonna hit him and he wasn't gonna be prepared for it so well he's apolitical politico animal she's apolitical prosecutor if you will and she's very dangerous very conning well well when she did that gentleman andrew recordings of videos of selling buddy baby body parts of planned parenthood she tried to put the way underway in prison videotaping eight allegation of human decency and even so called wherever part paranoid so i mean there's a kind of monster she is and she's tennis shoes like eight you know regular american black descending from slaves and so no her family were slave owners excused from jacksonville mullen japanese and the jamaican slave owners this is the youngest brownstown brown down with absolutely named after hamilton brown hurt her great grandfather who already minimum of eighty six slaves according to the london record's that i've seen an accident reported on so you know it's amazing that she's gonna run around and say that you know she believes in reparations and everything well what about her parents were not a great grandparents they were slave owners literally slave owners okay it's it's not you're say it's not conspiracy it's absolute fact that her great grandparents were slave owners in her own father donald harris who is they a wellknown jamaican author an i believe doctor is even outer he is not very close to his daughter obviously he said that she is absolutely full it and that she's a liar and he put in his own book that his two greatest a mentor is in his life for his two great grandma were his grandmother's not as great gremlins but his grandmother's a miss secrecy and a i forget the other one's name but i did a whole story on it so you know it's amazing that biden didn't attack her and what about the other twenty something people none of them attacked her so you know what that tells me that they either don't care or they're just running for the heck of it or they don't get the real news and they didn't even know the story existed in other words they're living in say it living in a small democratic but we don't have the news like you have the extra brazil facts and the fact is you're not gonna hear this on on tucker carlson or handy or a you know any other soco la shows on fox even that's how bad this is this is really a catastrophic and honestly i think that by the fall the democratic party will have completely gold emulated themselves put themselves on fire trouble have further a proven they think treaties agreements it didn't really get stronger for the gdp are you working one on it but you could try a medical doctor your product by andrew integrity search no further ado medical dot com doctor building eagle you try proven time and time dinah vailable for you new client dynasty only capital activated non atomic blonde guy in the world like this might okon drill function in generation of new mitochondria from totally neutralizing the venom from a dancer preclude spider bite in southern california to malaria parasites reported by medical 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obviously the democrats they couldn't have been aware about kamala harris mean 'cause obviously why didn't they attack or a and i i think trump needs to be much more he should be not just focused on biden i think we should be taking some of these other politicians to what do you think yeah i think the time definitely leave near that he needs to focus his attention on kamala harris at this point i'm not sure about elizabeth warren but right now kamala harris i think is the most dangerous canada's she's you know supposedly ugly black that means people have said that she's indian in jamaican so she's not really african american plus she's obviously minorities these female in more than anything else she's vicious she's absolutely vicious she knows how to scrap perhaps he knows how to fight and she would be very very formidable believe it or not even against president trump because she would engage black american voters who voted for brock obama complete lightweight a you know in two thousand eight and two thousand twelve mainly because of the color of her skin and you know that's not a racist statements it's just a reality when african americans and black americans vote overwhelmingly for black democrats you know somewhere around nineteen ninety plus percent i think i'm gonna drop a little bit i i think it's gonna drop my my guess is there you're gonna see i'm i'm gonna guess you're gonna see between twenty and thirty percent of blacks have a clue realizes the best thing for black unemployment for black rights frizzy intercity i knew how director is donald trump knows the saint louis from your lips to god's ears i hope that does happen because if he can capture anywhere between north of twentyfive percent of of the african american vote he's gonna win the presidency there's no question it'll be overcome the magical number suck the bill is forty in twentyfive but it's forty percent hispanic and twentyfive percent black and as long as he could win those two numbers it's over they don't have enough of the base by right in all the illegal votes they have odyssey i think you're gonna see before the election to you're gonna see whether you're allowed flying around these people up now right i think that the first off there's a million of already received a remodel orders they have to be removed okay secondly we have trump is much more aggressive i think they need to send our troops to the guatemalan mexican border 'cause they think justin mexicans alone don't have the resources to do do the job properly and i think also we needed make sure that if you arrive here you can't apply for asylum you have to apply in their home country that should be really easy just return them if they arrive and they haven't applied in their home country they don't they had we return say apply and they have a valid reason that is is that which is probably about five to six percent ninety percent lottery conomic refugees because of the countries are disastrous on but that's no basis for the builder just kinda migrate here and not go through the legal channels like other people and we have i think right now it's about two million immigration year to america was there all legal with this is not happening i think companies to tap down in a number of liberal illegal immigration and make sure they're merit based and that and that's exactly what i was gonna say i think we need a moratorium on all illegal immigration completely tour at least five years ten years in order for us facilitate they program that works the control borders enter controller visa program and everything else and then we obviously need to eliminate birthright citizenship we've got to eliminate chain migration we've got eliminate the visa lottery we've got to eliminate all pirates and a tree if you will where people come here and obviously building the border wall constructing in building the wall and then yes you know deep as many criminal aliens as humanly possible i think the first thing that trump could do right now though i'm gonna make this suggestion is put a cyber wall up with severed that ted and drones and so on and balloons are tethered to the ground i'm sure he would have cyber wall up with the lowest ever early warning and that would help right away even before they get the physical wall up but the cyber wall should be up like now between now and the fall should be cyber wall up there immediately across the entire place including we can build a wall across the mountains there should be a cyber well look personally i think that they you know quadruple size of border patrol and they should put them down on the border they should be station down on the border until the border wall is built and i mean station down across the entire nineteen hundred miles a hobby by about eight hundred fifty and fifty nine hundred miles of it is a is not you know barriers so in other words there's a lot of natural barriers as far as you know the rio grande and mountain ranges and things like that but there's a solid eight hundred and fifty nine hundred miles that is open all intents and purposes and there's no reason why we can't have military all on the border just in a in a big long line taking done indifferent shift and set up tents and everything else which surveillance and keeping these people out and just letting them know as soon as they get to the border i'm sorry go back from where you were here's some water you know happy travels and go leave that so we need to do until we get the border wall because you can make it virtual you will human human wallet he will right now by the way we is it in the manpower you compare that with a very small brazil to program where i industry having picking food whatever the small number of people you put a necklace and track them you put him in a camp you could have their wages like the seventy eighty years ago and when you're ready to ship back on their condition bus to their home country they don't get the wander all over the place you go the cities are be part of anti war part of m s thirteen but we see going on here is more than half the last three years of the people getting elijah's in california are using a driver's license is the basis to go into the voting booth antic and the california governor other people here in california sickening they supported this worthy idea of illegals voting based on the driver's license and they're not legal it's crazy isn't it it is crazy and you know you figure out how many homeless veterans there are living in california and and where these people are on the streets after fighting for our country wouldn't it be wonderful to grab all of them an offer them a job with a decent salary in decent pay the men are southern border and just stay happy to it they'd be thrilled to be able to do that you know to protect and serve our country again this is what they're born and bred to do so why not listen continue to do that you're helping the homeless situation you're getting homeless better off the streets you're giving them value you're giving them self worth you're making them feel like whole whole beings once again and a you know i think that's a really good thing they do end it solves the problem of a either hiring or recurring more border patrol tissues ex military down there and tell them you know i think the democratic party is going to destroy itself is trump gonna hold it together a an end input in silence things like the warmongers sounds things i could push toward five g network and recycle toxic water and other foolish stuff about you know a gm all i trump could easily will sell right through the next election he needs a good advisors like people like you and me that action though the science of the technology of the geopolitics i'm sure trump's not fully aware of all the stuff people so he's a brother you let the man is like it's like playing a you know racket ball and there's ten people in that and you're only one person tried it hit the ball back i it's not saying they expect trump to build a handle all of this and the pressure on him emotionally i'm sure is insane you know i know he's a tough guy who's been living doing real estate with you know at a tough environment new york but what's going on right now with all these things i think if i was the visor i'd start shutting down media i certainly licensing authors i'd be people like jeff bezos owns the washington post doing the perp walk i don't care if he's a billionaire many times over he should be in jail sydney firm what he's doing well look i i think you know the washington post terriers i've always called it a is about is a reliable as a cnn msl sd literally they have many many issues but they're reporting they get a lot of things wrong the new york times gets a lot of things on purpose so they don't do just because that's what you do it on purpose that if you do at one time then it's just carelessness everybody makes a mistake no problem happens repetitive lays it shotty journalism is laziness and if it happens almost all the time then it's an evil things fictive demonic grow a way to get around these merican people and stephen just beat them right in other words what you're saying is is actually part of the gender we'll have a three strike real journalists right well look i'm constantly everyone what's called the costa rule how's that yeah they're casserole exact there you go what do you think's gonna happen by the fall which production look i don't know it's it's hard to say 'em will have to see what happens with bar in with durum i think ultimately you know christopher ray is in the way i've said that many times tom i think nothing's gonna happen as long as christopher raise they're protecting everybody a and i think that you know the the goal of the leftist a change the narrative the change the focus is to get the american people concentrated on something else what that is i don't know but it's possible it could be see epstein situation because i think as i said they're gonna try to use it as a trap come after president trump i don't think that's gonna go anywhere i think the democrats are are they're they're like they're like someone on pcp trying to play well and they don't know what they're doing they attorney general of new york is a lady by the name that used that word loosely a lady named latisha james she is far left communist attorney general who has set for completely go after president trump a cuomo just released about an hour ago they signed a bill that allows new york drop 'em president trump state tax return so they're never going to give it up you need to understand that they're gonna continue this false narrative you all the way up until election day i think trump it'd be honest with you should vote with the president or visor he's a player some form of of martial law starts user jailing dessert coups he's not a minor thing there paralyzing the president's doing the job of a president protect all american citizens from war be a taxi economic chaos whatever america these these media in government and big billionaires are extra paralyzing are government doing his job to me and this is at the point where i think he needs to shut these people down and put him in jail you what else doing they're making it less advertising for any republican in the future so wanna run for the presidency again because they don't wanna go through this the leftist smart don't get me wrong they're extremely intelligent and they are absolutely focused like a laser on destroying everything about conservatism in this country and by doing what they're doing the president's from many man would have given up a long time ago they would have quit right there in the state of the president's well let's let's let's think about if if a funny it's funny kamala harris county resident we're gonna die that they tried taking guns are gonna have a civil war if you're trying for self care and take healthcare firm hunter ninety million americans want something simple like a pay their doctors naturally with absolutely costs of healthcare dropper get rid of my practice those things are simple things company would do that and executive order now he doesn't need to wait till twenty twenty two executive order pay the doctors and hourly wage make any income neutral so the doctors right thing or get rid of a state licensing authorities and go to a national story so if you're retiring doctors at something guam anyone tired of florida but still could drop in three days a week you archery license after seventy years of practice and so at what i see happening is real simple things could solve this problem at a trump should realize it's certainly revise around mr lightning bolt called bolton he needs to go he's another guy okay so you know we need a little play now with insurance visors we did have i call samuel council like ancient hebrew council working divvied the companies that he needs some people know what the hell's going on weed yours you especially you have any clue trump needs to hear from weekly if you have a live with you ten minutes a week it will change the policy of her government there'll be a lot more logical put

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"How Larson breaks a long losing streak by taking a checkered flag at Dover I knew he could do it now let's get some more some of the points leader take torpedo amidships I don't understand I don't understand that at all those are our top stories plus we'll talk with Josh Berry the winner of the heat upgraded to in all three top divisions some like it some don't but it sets up situations like this where you know the tables can be turned in a hurry advance and by auto trader ready to set record time at the dealership accelerate car buying online with auto trader racing network presented by Toyota for the latest Toyota racing information visit Toyota racing dot com wigs filters with over sixteen or other shows analysts have been saying all year long how you know Kyle Larson needs to win that he's you know he's the guy that they can get to victory lane that hasn't already and he proved that on now here's your host profess talk Doug Rice it was a long time in coming but Kyle Larson finally gets back to Victory Lane by winning at Dover and last couple of years and just got unbelievable talent his car control is as good as anybody I've seen you know in the last ten or fifteen years and you just wonder why big stories plus a lot of the championship contenders took a big hit at Dover Guess what holiday is coming up next so we continue to stir the Pot Alexa Sunday at Dover you know I think it was a great rice for them certainly the first time he's ever made it into the round of eight which that win yesterday at Dover did for him so a surprise winner for you in Kyle Larson finally breaks the glass ceiling and gets back to victory lane well if you listen to any of these shows are shut they don't win more often and he's been overshadowed a majority of this year backer Bush and so we talk about it every week how great he is Oh him and his team are breathing a little bit easier now that they're heading into Talladega this weekend and and they they don't have to do anything crazy you know Carlos it doing so kyle has now secured a spot in the final eight for NASCAR playoffs I'm doug rise with her Sadler and Alexis Ericsson that's going to be one of our in how much talent he's got and they they just have not been able to win but they did it yesterday and did it in very dominate fashions of if they let this kid get to homestead in two thousand filters find the correct wicks filter for any vehicle no two weeks filters dot com advance auto parts think ahead army I agree with you it's funny because on this show and every other show have listened to us well Kurt Busch man he's brought chip Ganassi back he's made them legit he's one certainly done that with Kyle Larson now makes us to see how they bagged at a you know it was a one off deal with a hit in nobody else did to weather was a little bit different and and now we may have an actual opportunity to see him race at homestead but this is his last one to do that and it be the finale with the schedule next year go into it person for the last two or three years has been the biggest mystery to me then then I can remember I've been lucky enough to be able to race a little bit with him on the race track over the last the race was not good mrs is show so I'm anxious to see how they're able to back that up if they can capitalize on this momentum and by the way upfront Kirk didn't make it out of the first round now Bush is in the final eight yeah this is you know you look at either side of this playoff system that Nascar we had a chance on Alexis kind of alluded to this does this Dover Win Make Kyle Larson more of a threat to win a title you depending on who makes it out of this round said we always say well man if collars and makes it said he you know he's going to be a force to be reckoned with and and it hasn't happened yet and now he finally gets into the round of eight for the first time like I meant he make Dan air and throw it into work you never know well that's what's interesting about this because you know for however many years that he's been racing and we've been having our finale at homes I'm still GONNA be aways back on points to you know Martin Kyle Kevin Joey To start the next round you know start today I was like eighteen points back a Kozlowski so that's still a lot to overcome and get some playoff points and just kinda chip away at our deficit that we're in Scott Larson is post race presser at a Dover of course and also he was asked how does this you're going to be even better probably start the next round so but Texas we could we could go there and win we could go to Phoenix listen have a good shot to win Martinsville hopefully could go have a good run there but we'll see so it's just nice to you get a win gets the I've looked at it you know this ever say released your next year schedules does my best opportunity to to win the championship so I got to take advantage of that it could never get out of it but I hope that this win maybe between now and Talladega anything goes but I hope you'll be he's already got in his mind where he's going run well at and where he's going to struggle and as driver that's a we've all been in that box as drivers I've been in with that final round at homestead you're my best track and you know it's the final year for the for the championship race to be at homestead so feel for you to finally break through and get to that final eight to to move onto the next round special but we're not satisfied with being in the round debate you know we wanna go at better and better and better and they were the ones that adjust it to you know this racetrack I think a little bit larceny was only other win this year by the way came in the All star race if you've got to win something that doesn't count million bucks in the all-star not too bad you know what I don't like about his comments more open minded about what he may be able to accomplish if they hit on something here this policies yeah I mean you see him talking about Martinsville there and it's clear that that may be isn't one of the tracks had taken rubber like we expect it to normally take at a place like Dover we didn't get those temperatures it was overcast most of the day that's no excuse for the other teams that got dusted the race and chase Elliott last week's winner eight laps in is done kind of crazy these days to have a race where there's that much attrition you know Joey Logano has an axle issue like you said doesn't even start the race chase Elliott has some kind of engine issue ends up finishing dead last which wasn't a great points day for that team this race less you say in my opinion would have been more competitive had the temperature been higher in the sun but not on the racetrack and the track anybody else or they deserve a lot of credit for that but Alexis a lot of the big news coming out of this race took place in the first five minutes Joey Logano literally doesn't start then you have Ryan Blaney who has some kind of issue that that hampered his brakes and he had to go behind the garage so I mean for playoff contenders even though there wasn't a lot of action happening on the track there was only one caution besides the two stage breaks it was a big day for playoff contenders having bad days and shaking up the point standing in the biggest concern I declare the fact that he's talking about what we could win here we could win there the guy hasn't won in over a year he wins and then all of a sudden and her you know this better than most his confidence is like yeah I can take on the world now I think the way he did it over the weekend at Dover in a he he had it all weekend you know they they unloaded okay in the I've never been one that has bought into the I understand the frustration with Ryan Newman but he's driving his racecar yeah he gets paid to get the best finish that he can forty two I wanted to see the nines momentum you he comes in he had the wroval and he is awesome he crashes and comes back and win if he can go to Dover came back out with twenty four laps down didn't cut Denny Hamlin any slack during the race kind of upset the driver of the eleven call make hey if obviously if you're chase Elliott Giuliana you don't want to give up those points and you WanNa have a chance to win over but bigger than that to me is just like we talked about with the tender if he can back that up same thing with Ghana I mean they weren't that great in practice anyway so I don't know that he would have won dove he wasn't as good as the non for most of the weekend in win great but just another top five not only keep that momentum going gets everybody else around him watching him he's he's he's a more serious I don't understand that at all so that's just stupid statement by an idiot he would come back later and say oh well he's not an idiot I shouldn't just having that big fail at this point of the season sometimes can get the train off the tracks and of course joy Lagaan had problems early on didn't start the race positionings twenty four lifestyle and that's the most idiotic statement I've ever heard we're violent for the end of the stage it's not your day you had bad luck we get it I don't understand erasing dot com and whether it's at the dealership at the gas pump auto trader is always looking for better ways to make your automotive experience better Internet a winfrey gas for year from auto trade back Carl Larsson but they had it they kept it he was out front he had to clean air and they were able to keep his car turning better through the course of the day some people here arrogance but for us it's the sound of time running out every millisecond cats one wrong move and Eric Jones isn't getting his first cup win just he's like by the way coming up we will have another edition of good times and bad times I'll tell you this show is presented by Toyota you can find out more by visiting every time you know he's trying to block Joey and his pit or wh- you know you gotta figure that at some point you're going to need some cooperation and joy didn't do himself any favors I'm Alex Bowman and you're listening to fast talk on the performance racing network to the playoffs and I've always kind of been like hey you're on the race track to race but in this situation you're twenty something lapsed down I don't know I think you may be should show a little bit more group performance extend engine life at reduce emissions yet see maks today at the Max Dot Com or your local auto parts store Kinney's points that was well taken was he didn't cut the guys any slack in creating goodwill right that maybe he may need these that he thinks that he can have some strength up. I can understand that from from a mental standpoint how you don't WanNa count yourself out before you even pull your Holler into the racetrack so I completely get that Toyota racing family buckle up twenty nineteen follow us a Toyota racing dot com Toyota let's go places NASCAR is a registered trademark of the National Association for Stock Car racing in Peoria and visit go P. R. dot com forward slash auto trader for your chance to win free gas for a year at the official rules no purchase necessary committee but I mean that just Kinda shows you I've always been adamant you know we had this conversation a few weeks ago with with Ryan Newman racing the leaders hard stay on the lead lap and earn his way in you wash the outside clean the inside and make sure maintenances up today pamper your car's engine you'll system by adding Zemach Mike Expressig races hidden to his home state so if the shoe's on the other foot in any Hamlin crashes at Talladega hope that happened but he's out there trying to get a Finnish and thanks to Jimmy Page Robert Plant the other guys led Zeppelin riding a great song awesome get and when he's racing to try to make make the playoffs stay only lead lap whatever but I'm with you twenty three twenty four laps Dan I think Cher it with your friends who could not get enough at the three of us here so if you're watching us on facebook or twitter buddies know about coming back good times bad times the big late model show up Martinsville speed by speed way but right now it's time for good times bad times you went up to the Martinsville race that helped children from combating pediatric cancer to providing a healthy meat we help kids wherever and whenever they need to the support of our longtime partners and awesome fan around the queen is probably the the big room according to any yeah and I you know we talked about this before the show started but I don't think joe is ever really been worried about any good goodwill or favors he didn't care whose Christmas card This is Major General Chuck Swan it each year speedway children's charities partnered with hundreds of programs nationwide Tapie Morton's meal tight field so I was glad to see mother nature cooperate in that were always good to have you here let's let you start off we you can go to good times and we have granted more than fifty five million dollars helping more than thirteen million children in your surrounding beaner learn more about how you can help a child visiting us at speed bulletin that won't it that makes them think they just ignore it and he seems to at least on the surface ignored that and came back with another a top five finish I like that tinder to win open to legal. US residents over the age of eighteen ends November fourth this year void where prohibited by the way if you happen to be watching us on some of our social media streams overlay we've talked a lot on the show about Chevrolet in about the issues and problems that they've been having but they've got to wins in a row you know and I think they have a very good shot at getting another win this weekend at Talladega and so I think they're swinging in the right direction and then my other good time is Caitlin Larson because because if anybody watched the broadcast yesterday Caitlyn had a really really good time and I have never seen kyle so happy looks like such a proud in the good times bad times coming up a little bit later on we're going to break down the drivers that haven't won this year it's kind of all been bad for them and we will talk with Josh Berry winner break in using the carrier to reach internal parts Zemach Literally Soaks Into Metal Dispersing harmful carbon buildup his health. I also like the way that he relatively downplay all the shenanigans with bubble here the rosval the week before kind of like my dad always told you know if you give got to step up your hot dogs hot dog too hot dogs and hot chocolate and it was not at the same time all right and that's the same day okay hot husband in that shot of her chugging a beer shotgun a beer in victory lane at Dover and I just think she was having a good time and good for her and that's no pony I'll give you that seems odd for seventh place running but I know where you can you know he's used too much loftier heights Alexis couple of good times from you yes I'm GonNa go the the best singers in country music and the biggest stars in Nascar Hello Garth Oh my Gosh you've got a nickname for tricia down to about eight thousand nicknames for and this is going to seem a little bit odd for guy this dislike -CCOMPLISH as a racer but cow Bush I really believe that with all the you know they're not for the weekend wherever you WanNa go with your good time well the first one to me Alex Bowman and he continues to impress he continues to be consistent a not on this stage but when you put all that time effort work into a race weekend and don't even get to take the green flag at that level of NASCAR race in is get it just right it's all part of the championship so if you haven't just been listed the counting the seconds your family now two thousand eighteen is a great season for the go with William Byron because even though he had a thirteenth place finish I feel like he could have raced better than that he had a couple violations on pit road speeding penalty and then I think maybe crewmen too many criminals in positive going on with the race team at this point of the season I thought was a good time for them yeah and they got a speeding penalty yes yep so okay I'll in high gear right now on the eighteen and they didn't qualify will and then really run that whale for them to get a you know top ten at Dover to Kinda keep something that that was a not a competitive race and I don't mean that you know all the driver the cars are going too fast I mean the those cars at that racetrack tracks across the country with her family and her brother and and with Kyle and so yeah she probably show the guy that she's a shotgun with she she beats him quite handle corner so that's we've got to find ways to make these racism at NASCAR will it we've had some wonderful races this year been very entertained doc I did I had to all the way the only way to have them that's why you need to make the show come on uh if there's such a thing as a bad time yeah I can see that with go fast racing maybe one of their cars Pinski car still sitting on pit lane when it's time to go and you gotTa Push Garage Doc with hot dogs that doesn't have a couple of coal and but that's just it did get a little bit cooler in time for the race something like that and that just really hampers team so one bedtime additional bedtime I like dogs comment on is the race Yep Yeah Way Charities Dr Paul Sheldon Charlotte with Kevin Martin L. at Nashville here on C. Max racing country from prn their cell proud of bringing you that's tough that's tough all right Alexis couple of bad times from you I mean I don't see how you could not mention chase Elliott in the woes that that team had as army said in but an bad weekend for planning and we've talked about it some but Joey Ghana you know to nothing worse as in it's happened to me twice bad times from this past well I won I really you know we don't pull for anybody anymore than anybody else but I've been waiting for Ryan Blaney to break it earlier in the show you know coming off the win at the role and then not being able to back that up and keep that momentum going was probably not great for that team and then you know guys back in my frat brother days that didn't do that well so I'm not GonNa Challenge all right so that's good those are legit good harm me back to you out in a another bad weekend for that team I just think he's got a lot of talent and he does things right way in with a good organization in good I feel like we're they've suffered have been dover and Richmond Wealth those races have not brought me much back in the way of satisfy and racetrack one of the Social Media Post I saw yesterday was from Jimmy Johnson Yeah and he says I remember a time when a faster car could pass but it just it was hard to find really good side by side racing anyway on the racetrack. Ns this racetrack is something we got address moving for clear that there isn't a universal package that works on every race track the package that is giving us these exciting shows on mile and a half I think is what is hampering us a little bit at these other attention business owners we know that owning a business means getting things done right now so if you're right now list includes a new building call the right now just going to say I know that sounds backwards when you when you talk in the race phase because the goal is to go as fast as you can but with these cars would that rule package in the it not yesterday I feel like this year the mylan has which everybody's big kicking while they've been down have made big strides guessing so those racists eight hundred three nine eight eight three Oh nine eight hundred three nine eight eight three Oh nine that's eight hundred three nine eight eighty three the right way this Gordon the season we've had I've been thoroughly entertained and we've had some great races but it seemed like everybody kind of had their hands tied yesterday and that's unfortunate one Texas Motor speedway the track great battles are waged where fearless driver Anthony General Steel we can design a building for your business quickly and save you thousands of dollars that's right thousands you may think general steel only bills large projects hire combination and all that there's just not enough air with two cars side by side to race go on dose species through the center of the corner in Dover I love that racetrack but it's all Texas Motor speedway dot com nine I'm David Ragan and you're listening to fast talk on the performance racing network and win and it wasn't the case today well Jimmy's also won eleven times d'auvergne he's not winning they're all right so this his attitude is he rolls into the Blake Texas five hundred NASCAR weekend playoff back includes tickets for the entire weekend and a Sunday pre-race pass with good access should I was definitely not among that coming up we're gonNA talk about some of the drivers that we probably thought at the first of the year we're going to take checkered flags but so far their batting zeroed have left after a restart it was single file they was just not allowed of passing and so that was more of a concern to me than you know than Kyle Larson being dominant which he was bad for right now so if you're right now list includes a new building call the right now company general steel eight hundred three nine eight eight three Oh nine or that you can't afford general steel quality check these prices how about a forty by sixty four building for under twenty two thousand dollars or even a fifty by one hundred for under thirty five thousand dollars like Busch Harvick and Kozlowski spar in the ultimate spectacle is the track where playoff hopes go up in flames Otar speedway Dot Com it's playoff time with a great American speedway November I root third NASCAR's finest head race fan you understand racing you look back to ten fifteen through twenty and see some great racing yesterday all over the race track it was after yes that's right a five thousand square foot building for under thirty five thousand and these buildings all have general steel quality best of all you can still order building and have it delivered in time to bill this year witnessed the drama unfolded the AAA Texas five hundred Sunday November third with sights and sounds to pack two tickets in scanner as low as ninety nine dollars Texas it off harmony you mentioned a moment ago Ryan Blaney he's like I'm not GonNa say Ryan Blaney is expected in the sports we expect him to run up front Pre Keep my at the start of the season will start with you this time Alexis Eric Merola from Stewart Haas racing he's over and it has been thirty five races since he got a victory L. Limits Texas Wash Harvick Gano don't miss the Battle of the eighth playoff race for as low as ninety nine bucks aged Delaware maybe a little bit different Doug on something I know we gotta go to break probably on some races the leader may be out known but if you want to if you're a big enough I'm just not sure if it's a personnel situation or maybe some they may be looking at all maybe should look at maybe some changes in within your organization because verge of superstardom if there's one thing missing yeah he reminds me a little bit of of the collars and conversation where we are always talking about he should be winning he should be winning inch hunt a little bit later on in the segment but right now I wanNA talk about Herman Lexus people that are not winning races folks that are in trouble this year let's start yeah he has has not found victory lane anytime in the recent past and the last time he did win I believe was the rover will wear Jimmy Johnson Martin tricks junior took then toward the end championship season the NASCAR starting to come into focus but you still got twelve players fighting for spot we're going to talk about the guys that are in the champ other out you know on the on the white flag lap and he went on twin granted he had put himself in position to be there to win that race and he he did win it and it says w next to him in the record books but yeah I mean that's I think that's a tall boy that she's shotgun yeah I think she's a professional well she's been around racing along spent a lot and a lot of days and nights at I think overcome when their equipment is is average in so I don't think Alma role in his team although he's really yeah I mean if you look at his stats it's been quite a long time for him and that team but I feel like Stewart Haas racing struggled a bit at the beginning of the year and it's just so reason and lead laps and yet he's not been close to a win this season what is going on with Ron Blaine it's been thirty seven races since one yes released surprising you know he laid that Kevin Harvick has really come up to speed and gotten some wins for that team and so even Clint Boyer he did make the playoffs but struggling I think I think them as the need for the last couple of years in for the next couple years coming up is going to be compared to harvest yeah and they're they're the only team in that organization that are able to if you're not great you can't take tenth place cars and wind with them like Harvard does from time to time and some other people that we've seen in and out of that organization so they need to organization also need to to maybe have a few changes to to get them a little bit further down the line yeah everybody Stewart Haas was going to be at least you know all right let's hop round let's go down to Richard childress Racing Austin Dillon Austin Dillon Eric Merola and Ryan Blaney by the way are all tied at two I agree and I and I think it's an anomaly this year most of the races have been better I agree totally paint that we're not I'm not you know you could argue that that wasn't a dominant performance either so yeah I mean that team at team needs some work that's for sure all right by next driver that has not won this year Twentieth Place Organization in obviously you can ask Richard childress I would assume he'll tell you that that's not good enough we've already had one Stewart Haas driver on our list that hasn't won the he's got the talent and obviously they've got the team but but he is he's not performing to the level I think that everybody expecting to Alexis I feel like he's on the late model show up at Martinsville speedway and I'll be joined of course by Hermes Sadler and Alexis Erickson right here on fast talk it's fast talk on the performance you with me I is is looking for something they're looking for something they haven't found it yet I think maybe they're hoping that next year Tyler Radic help the organization and by doing so we'll help off installed it in it from the very beginning and he being the grandson and I mean that's a that's a tough spot to be in and they need to win that I mean and I thought Oh the floodgates will open they especially he's in house with Pinski and all the parts and pieces and all the tools all there John Dillon but you know I don't know we'll have to see I mean unfortunately on the Cup level those that organization is a fifteenth to twentieth place for the number of racist they have one are you surprised that we're sitting here in Austin Dillon's an offer this year now you know the the racist that Austin Dillon have has one organization and I have lots of friends there and I love Richard Judas and I think a lot of often dilly think of the pressure that he's under his grandfather's organism to Alexis point they'd that organization needs to you know the they're not quite where they not stacking up right near where they did maybe a couple of years ago two thousand when they were in big races I mean he's one Daytona won the Coca Cola six hundred I mean those are big races on a big stage but I think that that team and nobody will argue in for lots of reasons one of which to avoid some awkward situations in the future at that organization but they they've consistent with what they are they fifteenth Sheila at another one. Clint Boyer Clinton the playoffs to her me he's good he's not great you know you can say not putting right with Al Merola this Clinton had a you know a pretty good career and he has shown the ability to elevate his equipment but they just they just don't have that something that he did you know he he can take place car and and win with so he's good but not great yeah I mean I really can't argue with that I mean look fifty two racist since his last win I mean really good and he had his moments now is he is he's just good yeah he's in the play he's good but he's not great and talk about Stewart Haas and we talk about you know Kevin Harvick being the gold standard over there and he's the one that's getting the winds and and supporting that team and I'm just hoping that they find something else down the road that can get some of their other drivers into victory lane or out of Alexis the magic number here is eight hundred fifty five as we are recording this show shear thoughts on where Jimmy Johnson isn't and what's down the road you know I think all of these drivers that we've talked about today Jimmy Johnson included have have the option race from now until he retires and he is still seven time champion and that's the way I always look at him this always ruffles some feathers but in my opinion would a opposition and all these things I'm like Alexis fear that he's done in the win column but I have the same feelings Alexis de Jean's nothing does that mean south Jimmy Johnson is the best race car driver that I've ever seen and better than cow Bush better than Akao Bush in his in his prime guy he is he's the best that I've ever seen and I mean better than I didn't obviously never raced against oh gosh mileage think ahead advance auto parts makes oil changes easier with the right oil filter at the right price every day if your car is over seventy five thousand performance produce emissions extend engine life and increased fuel mileage by Cemex today at the Max Dot Com or your local auto parts Ronin to compete for wins on a regular basis Jimmy Johnson is is certainly one of them but I also look at Jimmy Johnson I think he could finish dead last in every took the late model feature up at Martinsville Big payday for we'll talk with him in just a moment don't wait until your engine is full of gunk and sludge and doing a number Richard Petty and I raised a little bit against Dale Earnhardt when he started understand you know the fan perspective in the intimidate and all this but for my money learn probably next couple of weeks with Jimmy's you know planes are for the next couple of years but I don't see him going down without a fight so even though he's it's been it's been a struggle is no way to sugarcoat it we see tv every week but he is the best race car driver that I've ever seen race all right so that's their thoughts on five guys blaming L. Merola Dylan Boyer Johnson that have not won this year and actually most of the streak is a little bit longer than a year coming up Josh Berry he just one this past weekend Mike Rollover into the fuel and oil where it uses the fluids to reach internal parks as it soaks into battle Xamax disperses harmful carbon buildup to help improve meals extend its engine life with five quarts of high mileage Castro Gt X. Pennzoil more valvoline and one of four select oil filter brands for twenty eight ninety nine think ahead era you it's hard to compare different areas of racing and all that but if in my opinion he's the best that we've ever had a against more quality in and and could possibly win this week in Talladega beyond that and beyond the wildcard they they're going to need help they're going to need to turn some things around in order to Richard Petty outlasts their way past their prime and I don't see Jimmy doing that he's too competitive of a person but they just had this announced this week sponsors coming back we'll orbits racing network the does he has earned the right to race as long as he wants to and I hope he doesn't go down you know the we seen Darrell Waltrip in some others Richard Petty think of vans and advance auto parts and participating locations see store for details because we want to help extend the life of your vehicle adds Ziemba store help your vehicle run better with Cemex Micro Louver Kit I'm clervoy and you're listening to fast talk on the McMillan each week in the rally reporters would give you an honest look at the week's new you're GonNa make the mistake well then you better kick into gear and make up for it allow join me rep McMillan the O'Reilly auto parts pit reporters each week on prn the performance racing network going forward now just have to beat this they can't go back to be the worst competitors want to go out on top you don't WanNa stink when you from the grant state of New Hampshire down through North Carolina and all the way to California the speedway motorsports inc footprint is cup series race there this weekend but in the little hamlet of Martinsville they were busy with their big late model show the valley star three hundred usually draws about eighty truly national dot this is Bristol from c title show which was dominated by Josh Berry Josh won the pole and went on to win the feature leading all two hundred laps driving's junior the cars and a big fan base I feel like everybody in my neighborhood was at Martinsville this past Saturday both my next door neighbor's packed up and went up to what's the big lake most of the NASCAR world was focused on Dover and with good reason the expense and the monster energy I know exactly how big of a deal this racist and Martinsville for the late model community Morrinsville is just became became his definitely I'm just a unbelievable unbelievable night we had Her car was josh talk about where this win ranks within the late model world because I think a lot of our listeners are are very well versed in Cup racing it's finicky racing but they might not is flawless and everything went away we just it seemed like everything everything we could do everything we could win we did it and it's just one of those nights I'll never forget in general not only for your talent behind the wheel but also respect how much you know about cars in how much work you put into you know water sports number eighty eight to victory Josh first off congratulations what I guess is the biggest win of your career yeah too late appear cars and do those kinds of things so given all that how rewarding is it to have that kind of respect amongst your peers in in obviously capped off with a big win like this the two guys I never ah Kee events for the season you had a pretty cool facetime in victory lane the boss man facetime Jeff what did he say to you terms and but you really except for these fast last last weekend and and last year we took a big step forward on our program and that'd be grace in November as well as the Thanksgiving plastic it's other national so all those racists pretty much those are all the you know key it was just it was just unbelievable all josh outside of yourself because obviously you dominated this race in a well accomplished in motorsports yourself but has been so understanding how how hard that race is and how much how much things can happen out of control there you know he he said it a few times aches rarely justice is Hermes saddle congratulations on a great win a you very well respected not only in the late model ranks but by race car drivers doc guys that raise eyebrows basically more near Martinsville would be on they have a Virginia triple crowns right I know the folks up at Bristol Hall to Big Lake Model Show what are a couple of the other keystone events throughout the year for the late models out in the next couple of years on the NASCAR scene it's hard to say there's so many so outside of you in you race against these guys and girls a lot at the late models dot com level give us a name or two of another driver that we may be hearing more snows are all big races and then towards a little bit towards the end of the year which we have a couple of coming up is the Myrtle beach four hundred that's a in rain a lot better there so you know the hell out times you know of course over the course of my season you know there's been a couple of incidents and stuff that happened where lost down on racist that you know maybe should have one or not but for me you know the performance of the car was what really I hang my hat on and when you have a performance the bill is a panicle near it is it is the biggest race you know and everybody puts in their best effort You know the best motors cars everybody so excited I mean he he's been so good to me over the years but he especially when it comes to Martinsville as just kid from I think the Mid West you this driving from Nelson motorsports their base in Virginia right there fantasy deal and that's Martin the Martinsville race the big race July fourth itself off in in the heat at Langley yeah no it's it's definitely it's a big deal I mean I've been very hands on with this program and in working on it over the years closing on you never never goes they're expecting expected to win you know I mean he just so when we did I think he just he this was like us we were just we just couldn't believe artwork and then how much disappointment we've had at Martinsville to see that sitting there which is just truly unbelievable Josh congratulations on a big win in the late model outages they're doing this stuff we've been very fortunate with our program to work with you know a lot of good good Lord Chart Drivers one that here for the driver available government assistant programs and save you money call now eight hundred seven six three four eight to nine eight hundred seven six three four eight to nine eight hundred seven six three four eight to nine that's eight hundred seven six three forty eight twenty nine tentatives today at sixty five plus Medicare are free service can show you a plan that will maximize your Medicare benefits. 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Medicare advantage and Medicare according to the cms there are government programs available that can help you pay for your medical expenses come over and help us together so they got to they got the experience that I mean just crazy thing sitting there and after all these years Chad z Max racing country classics I go back a long time listening to Charlie pride that grew up in was sippy right below Memphis I saw broadcast radio the Free P. R. and I do Kathy Martin del and Paul I feel like the only guy that has to go and win the next two races to advance might be rumbling. Yeah I'd agree I mean at at at minus twenty down to single digits the number of racist left in the two thousand Nineteen Monster Energy Cup season and of course man you can run a Tom have been paying attention to handsome and he seems like he's going to be a pretty good though Josh she went at Martinsville you get a cold trophy visit personalities of grassroots racing each week on pr ends at the track we cover the short tracks dirt tracks legends car racing from the world about laws Lucas oil series brings the best of the best that they can and the racist just this extremely prestigious and often the win for it for the way it's it's the with bonus points and things of that nature will also go on everybody else could be a mystery right now Alexis and her army a two out that's that's a big hill to climb even with you know stage points he could go in a couple of stages and maybe you know gain two points on some guys but yeah the grandfather clock where's it living right now it is in my living room in their Alexis Mind told y'all her and her husband program at Daytona and Talladega has been very very good it gives laskey and some of those guys had been taken most of the time upfront but blaney should have a car capable of getting it done if we have twelve drivers still in contention some on the bubble we know Kyle Larson will live bait we know Martin tricks junior because of his big lead tall order for that group but he needs to seize the moment because blades in that spot and plus the last several years the Ford's engine and aerodynamic not be as many as twenty two points out like Ryan Blaney as I think he's I think he's probably feeling a little bit better about that those playoff points he accumulated Earlier in the season helped him Bush will not make the final youth that's a hard one I know what I'm GonNa go green flag I I know I know world series racing more down the road thanks for spending some time with high they hadn't thanks Josh Josh Berry he won at Martinsville gets the grandfather clock in all bets the need for Special Bubble Wallace and you're listening to fast talk on the performance racing network they've been running I would be concerned heck afflicted can it be for him to go how do you how do you race yeah you can't give up state points and all these a little biased but one that I've been pretty excited for is if fan mayor he he ran a label for us last year and in us this year and they found one of the canine champion the things that are going on but you've also got to be a little bit cautious to have something to race with it in he cannot have another Mulligan hero he will certainly picture late all right it's time for a little green flag black it's time for another edition of Green Flag Fleck flat yeah I agree I think anything could improve yesterday green flag black flag goes to Alexis Eric Son you can make the right moves at the right time and with the disaster headed Dover the defending champion Joey Logano is is on the bubble right now and the weight why not black black green flags yeah why not down in Dover Double Down over gamble goes over and I just hope we found a way to have a better race when we go back deferred start with the gentleman from said Okay I love that they're already doing it at Pocono Dover would be a good candidate for another doubleheader weakened the most wind situation I mean even with you know the disastrous day that he had yesterday at Dover to be even you know with William Byron and ships he's somebody I think really like him and he's a good kid but I don't know there's several I think there's a young kid this car cup season should be over by Labor Day he asking her army right flank labor they can make all food better yeah Oh yeah green flag absolutely here green flag in last week's race and John last long other mind-boggling edition of green flag black flag presented by advance auto parts pick your oil changed bundled including selected oil filters in this situation not not be too far down but yeah I mean he he's got to keep the ship going in the right way too big without your nice that's true that you would be Dan I stand by my answer cow Bush I'll come back to you on that tape please don't green flag flag flag I just don't live racing WANNA raise rates in doubleheaders in triple headers every weekend and get to a point without losing a race and be done by Labor Day and to Alexis Point Yep you're not against college football you're not against the NFL or Major League Baseball. Dave drives like a chipmunk stopping and changing lanes in rush hour traffic wick says no problem with you have a normal everyday drive or an extreme drive or I don't believe you I think I think there's a little a little doubt I'm doug stick by three three months plus without a win in clubs in red surviving fully came there for a show do song on the show I said I'd be tons of country music this weekend on racing how at advance ahead think advance weeks has the perfect filter for how eubanks drives early green flowering flack train we need to be over before. 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You'll like Texas and you'll love southwestern advocates university visit SWU dot, EDU SLASH APM to learn more. That's S. W. A. You dot. Edu Slash APN. Welcome back to Ben, Haystack, Josh and Jesse. Jesse. And I'm Josh. and. This is a show all about saving the best and bending the rest and today we have a brand new josh rounding out. Of other joshes welcome to the show Josh half. Is My name's Josh mccown and I guess we've got my beautiful as well. In Fairfax, so it's not just a josh. Just. Go. I. Just want to take this opportunity to thank Mary Ellen for letting US take this time out of her busy schedule to lend US Josh. So it's. I feel like I'm willing right now. objectified like. Possession that needs to be lended out. Hey Man just wait till you get married. It's the best. Goodness Hey, so so good to have you guys on the podcast with US thank you once again for joining us for our final episode of season three of the haystack. Why don't you tell the lovely people a little bit about your lovely selves? Who who they're Hack Oh. With this I'm sorry. The guy that would have that sort like we. Just got. Our guest, this is the one yes all right. Well My name's Joshua Nicholas Aker. That's my full name and I live in Sydney. Australia. And, I'm a watchmaker. That's my day job. And lost all. Ten Years of being attending the same charge and have had a wonderful tunes. Get involved in all sorts of different. Facets of ministry and. Most recently, and this is kind of like. Transition I went from Youth Ministry detained ministry which I think. Is My passion and dangerous thing. Yeah, it's been a big shift in. Obviously, it's not being the smoothest dots the year tape. But. Yeah, that's like a little bit of large town I worked with my father who is also watch make. False generation actually and Allowing. Manufacturer watchers in struggle and. Have a really good time, yeah! That's actually cycle. I've legitimately do not know any out of the person who a watchmaker, so yeah, so awesome. How did you did your dad? Basically I'm interested in how this happened. Did your dad basically say hey, this is this is like a father to son sort of generational thing. You have no choice in the matter. Or how did that conversation go down? There was a bit of that I. think those really strong expectation was never verbal. I can one of those kind of I'll be disappointed if you don't do it vibes. But I think I think I never even got that stage of contemplating. I wanted to do it. It was always my mind something that. Like was just a normal thing and I think that has wants to do like exposure Kinda grew up in a workshop. worked school holidays with my parents, and it felt less of kind of doing a trade or Entering into family business, but just being pot like family chain owners. My parents. They kind of? Self employed and did their own singing in. Stops and. I was expected to play on. This is like. Actually remember. Under the untold anyone that's actually layers, wow! I remember being about nine or ten years old towards the end of armor, school and I wanted either to spend some money that saved or was a go out somewhere. It was something to do with spending money earns. Probably the best financials are and. Dad just pulled out that team analogies like world playing on the same team and you know it'd be really nice if you save money and. Kind of. Think about your decisions in the context of the whole family because like. If you spend money here, you know you might not be able to buy something else and we have. The matter of the money. So that. Yeah, it was. It was never like sign. You go to work in the family business. Otherwise, it's not gonNA. Be Great for the family. It was more come. Join family tainting. Wow? That is so cool. That is so cool. Oh, thank you for sharing that with us. I have so many watchmaker questions, but I feel like we can get to that light up but MARIELA. How about you? Yes so. Name is Marilyn backpacks. Rebecca Fat Maxxie using a whole names. I am employed. Actually. Ask Agnes report which we don't leave them. The South Pacific is basically in the South Pacific Division. The should sound like division wide magazine. And yet it's a really great job. He's got to interact with. The adventists gone resume. What and Yet if you want. Someone who knows the thoughts coming to say may because I haven't. was. So that's where it all starts from. Lewis Business Kids. Basically. Out An assistant Edison and I worked really great team. Everything from like. Stories to designed to actually recording on Fox that we do every Thursday people recognize. At the moment on people Early to. Have Very so usually. I'm sitting on that side. Busted. How the tables have been turned. Psycho. Did you always. Did you always want to work in media aerial? Hudson Historian Humidity's now's. I always wanted to be created space. I remember like the five your. What do you WanNa do like Artis Artis it was never. Under the postal, he get older. You're relocated any realize it's not necessarily usable, so Iowa's integrated. Brightening Seis but finally enough. Up until. Last year I would sunny long great which I might finish will probably never use so I think gardens related to native. was such bindings invention. got me out of to reapply blessing. Is. All lawyers are evil. Go that psycho. Also! Today we are going to be talking about a whole bunch of stuff, but I really wanted to focus in on. How you guys have been navigating this whole wacky bas season that we've been kind of all living and enduring through the loss three four months whatever the case may be. And how we say the future moving forward. But before we do that, we have to do the most important part of the podcasts. It is of course the question of the week. Okay So in case. This is just a very random question. I haven't told these guys what it is. In fact, I don't think I even told them that we were doing this so. All right, so this is this is all about the hot takes all right. So this is our heartache. This should be called heartache of the week, but anyway. The question is what do you think is the most overrated TV show or movie? The show or tape? The show movie that is everybody loves it. It's it's Saipan popula. Universally loved, but you just think is so overrated. Eight of you can go first round. Why why do you have July? Wedges in my leg. I. Is Friends I. Think Friends, national. Basic shows out there. was. A fronts, but it's deaf it. It's not the basic nece basis city. I don't know what he goes by so. We're getting into. Hubs. Nature of it, it's. I DIS proportionately populists to the quality of shot. Silicon. Are! It's like it's something like this like it's. It's just. It's one like Time Alexa. I'm Seinfeld guy and that's. I don't. With Liking, friends. Silence just got a little bit more of an edge, a little bit more cynical. It's a little bit more I mean. It's a show about nothing I mean. Depressing consumer mind was made. And not offend like constables population right now, but the race. I'm sorry. I've watched I've watched. I like the direct whatever? Four hours three six. And The, first one, maybe hot. Made. Uneven not happening like it was. Maybe a more of a female being. Very sorry. I I used to like Mareo and I just thought you're a great person. With meals. Forgive me for I. Nine what I do, Oh my goodness! Jesse. Look Nice. That's that's fair. That's fair enough and you know what I actually Carina. My wife is a pretty well on that same wave length as far as where you guys are at. Carina has we in during lockdown? We watched the Hobbit and the Lord of the Rings back to back. She enjoyed that Sh-. She likes the Hobbit. It's more fun. I'm not as much of a fan. I'm a lot of the Rings Fan I've been a loitering span for a long time, so. Yeah, you can't win with that sort of that sort of question unfortunately but. You know I was GONNA. Say Friends as well but. I'll have to go another step in probably alienate even more people and say the Big Bang theory. And another show that my wife loves. Sadly. She loves friends. She loves big, Bang I mean it is what it is. I don't know I just I. Think I think Big Bang was kind of dated for even for its time, and as time has gone by I just think that it's gotten less and less relevant to West societies actually at. I don't know I just watched. Some of the early episodes and I say the sort of humor, and it's that very sort of two and a half men style huma, which is of course I chuck law created by shows and all that sort of thing. Just. Being sort of? have been maybe sometime high school or something like that and seeing the big, Bang theory was on. On TV and not knowing what it was not watch because ours like six gracious, that likes. To. Raise if I win the arrest Yep. And then I watched it once and felt like dirty like Oh. This isn't rice like I'm watching the big. Ears. were. Little. Always said. Not! Knowing. The. Signs about like bad humor. Brainwash shoots liking at TV shows. Yeah, yeah, a hundred percent a hundred percent that is so funny. That is so funny, yeah! We. My family was the same until they started watching it and they like Oh. This is the best thing ever and I was like. At that point I was like I'm over it. I'm done now if my parents like it i. don't like it anymore. Like I feel like. My parents are algorithms generations just one. One cycle of fads out of sync. Like facebook? Is like Maryland. Seventy. Seventy and he's glass with well, and he's like about how a adamant vice can stuff not ready to deactivate. Emails suspects. He knows how to use facebook, but he doesn't know how to turn off the email notifications. sidetracking this I've failed mance. I feel at now. That's good. That's all good, hey. Day I'd love us to talk about well first of all. How you guys spin going through this. We had lockdown period. How's life been for you? Look. It's difficult, because actually you'll really selfish. Feel like the whole. The whole world is from lane. You Watch the news and it's just like one thing the mix of Nonni. Up on absolute trailer. And I'm sitting there waiting. It's like it's like a slow motion. waiting, hit me. Waving and nothing's happening and I'm still sitting much. Much. Came on a second. Is this even revealed light? For me I haven't really affected much from an infant firms still. Race on like Herb Role Moreno some. Social feelings of learning the news that it's. Enough in a few days day way. Right. Yards tough. I lot of time working at kind of My sort of Response from Of It's often lockdowns. ended up along. And Nothing raisin like we probably have. Wearing luxury goods business, so it's completely counter intuitive, but we probably add a best sales quota as a unlike recorded history and. That's like a combination of away. Thousands of different things I wouldn't into one saying, but It's meant is that? I've. Lived a lot of both my hours in bubble where I'm sort of disconnected from reality, the only times I. I feel it. Especially when lockdown with a little bit more serious now, but you know when you go out to buy some GAHR ST in the chew up to go to Willie's all just noticing like the the place I go to lunch is. Packed up all its Chesney. Take out and things like that, so that's really being. The colts quality black scenes that. They're even bad. They just changed. And side from that It's definitely been Mike the Social. void Mike. Biggest impacts and you don't realize I. Wake up to eight to three weeks. Suddenly. It's like aw, haven't seen. These people that I see every single Saturday Friday nine or Like a party and Natural. By Thai lives. Medium with friends ever seen away and. Yeah, it's just what you do. Yeah. Molten attack, community. Leadership Role During Bolt. Estimate it will hit like it's like yet and says probably mum even. All synchronous. bull-run I'm GonNa be catching equals the various reasons, probably like three out of five. Next week. And I'm. A bunch of. So just getting to Depression generous been startling Princeton are. Hunting depressed it was it was a really weird emotional reaction to suddenly came on. And even now I'm still kind of trying to recover from rattle. Hatching up with people again. I forget the reason soil. people is currently. Serie. A session. You guys. Would you class yourselves as introverts, extroverts, or where do you sort of spectrum? I'm definitely going to. Be. Fine but I think. It. I think in like. Insurgents setting. You're brought up. Often work alone, and that's like nine ten hour day. fine I during this, but the only because I'm occupied. Nancy! As. You were talking about I was like that is not the usual sort of how you would typically see like an odd azan type job. You would usually see the Zana's the guy who kind of likes you know. I'll just go to my workshop and I'll just whittle away for hours very happily. Creating whatever masterpiece he's creating. You know that's. Yeah, that's interesting. That's interesting. Events to pieces, but definitely aces. Hey Man. You GotTa get those ten thousand hours in. Yeah. I'm a long shot away. So. You both mentioned that you heavily involved in leadership at. Church and all that SORTA stuff and. Josh mentioned that transition from Youth Ministry detained ministry. How is COVID affected your ministry and the Papal. Adjacent to you up and down all that SORTA stuff has been for you guys. yeah. Not only, did we. Did site did not only did I transition from teen. From youth to mystery, I also. got in touch with. Austin. and Said Hey melons. Her stub, not black class, and that was right at the start of the year on like towards the end of the last year. And we snuck in one full mazing, which is. To Nagoya. ear. It was three people Josie. Adult. A big success. Getting hyped up. This can be. Camps and like. WHOA YEAH Maybe, one of the largest in Sydney may top five or something like that and. Yet was not this one lady like Alzheimer's President. Like scouts pretty much just scouts with Bible and. I just realized really quickly as soon as lockdown saw the. This year was not going to be that. Explosive? I actually. Like. I Dunno hyped up year that Teens Ministry mates and All the plans that I kind of had. Operated really quickly. less deep motivated like. Teams Ministry thrives. This is just like what. I've. Gone from other people, low stakes month from, but think team ministry thrives like at face-to-face high energy interaction with the tainted kids. and. When you stripped of like three out of four things that you need to have successful teams ministry. It's it's. event. You'd like stock planning and you stuck doing this and. Thank goodness. Are Not the only one in a team in been on the table that allow you picked up the slack. Maryland's sister's boyfriend. Hamish is like really involved as well and how? We knew Pasta eaten. like Zurve. Bible studies ripped jeans. That's really refreshing because I feel I'd. Even, the my. I'd guess at admissions, expectations or not mess, someone else's spiritual gifts and Yet gifting were brought to highlight so like Eden, fantastic communicator and I think like those zoom losses off the plastic medium. Full flat so stuff starts like I. Guess you can be as demotivated as you want. But as long as you're still looking civilized, and like the positive things about this situation. That's that's all you really need to palace for. How do you how do think the judge has reacted in terms of? Like, we have such gatherings focused. Organization. How is your local church sort of coped as a whole, have you? Have you noticed any trends or What, what's what's the situation? And that's the question. I'd say allegory church like lingers administration judges. Is Very programs, you know. We have a youth program team programs with the plastic music seven thirty. Catholic optimism Ella which is right. The, haven't obviously been able to do any of that. I guess really what's happening in like midweek. Zoom! Friday night small group What he? Only three days wait until. Like. What's. Staying. We've actually had more attendance at school now on online, but we have actually hustle about. Anything that goes to how much people don't like getting up early. Yeah like. As good as good on has be able to catch up with knee still. Break, was I am technology is? Not the same. It's really hard to build that culture that excitement. And yes. Sir, in terms of what I do. Champions to main communications by Houston community for many years before this year, but this year stepped down on. I was like I'm working. Breath put. Trash I'm going to. School. And I had all of these including. Breakfast. Not Another. De Motivation is definitely real. I think well Wearing a really interesting scenario with our local church where we have a very large user group I would say. And West sort of. I don't WanNa say detached, but we we more or less run our own church. wanted with a judge. Yeah, so it's. GotTa earn. Like outings like social outings, we. Even occasionally dwyer unused services and our programs like Friday, not programs and your question was like how how to judge, so I think out in youth group did really well like real. But. Al.. Church as a body if you count in Oleck the. Parents and sorry, young adults with. All the way up to Retirees Greg Norm ads stat. Dead Man. It's not really. Wow, they just shooting. Day but like real. As a church body in on Saturday mornings or livestream service. which ever format that gets taken in? That's it. You have to. Like we got pulled out of a building. But when Church What do you think? What do you think that comes down to? Is it an unwillingness to engage with technology like if you say that your young adults in your sort of youth churches still pumping along with all those different touch points, but the greatest show isn't. Do you think there are any raisin? Like? Of course there are reasons, but what do you think in the reasons behind that? Yet. It's as with all church things I think it's multifaceted. and. I think one lodge. Facet of that urban is I'd say Genta, lack of church community that extends beyond Saturday right and. I like to think that this is not an uncommon problem in the sense that went on special, also not having I'm type community outside Saturday but I think that's just the way. Gets away. Don't WANNA stereotype like. Point out of specific demographic but I think that's just the way out sort of. A white collar kloss awry. Community in Sydney, especially on Metropolitan Judge, Sarah mentioned most. Big Woods all. Way functioned as this slice of the demographics we. Allocate time in the wake of whack full the. Non Spiritual things spiritual things which also include unique bonding. On Saturday so as soon as that. Equation didn't matter like how complicated it was like obviously. I don't think the Zun elements like hey kat log onto deserve all. Being we I don't think that was the biggest issue as Just lack of bonding like. Into Connection Lists. Yeah, it's it's definitely not like mood. It's a hot issue and what's being really interesting, may as that. Most people during this time of. Crisis Dumping, more time during the week. People aren't going out next nominee more than not catching up with these new commitments everything. And I think a lot of. Demographic in Telegraph. I'm dedicated as well so this is not. Isolated to people that don't have a smoker during the week what? I'm yeah, a Lotta people blame all I don't have enough time or under busy. I work time. Do you understand how tired I am not? Back concept shots like it's just too much, and that's an excuse like your argument. Again and I'm giving it myself, but the reality is. That's not because now. That was not mom. You still don't have the desire to catch up with people urinate church or to excellence our. Enemies, I don't really know what that is i. Thanks. They're living in a really big city with consumers materialism. You just really drank design on because. These. Not Accountable. You it's been interesting to see it. I I've been saying. Something lost couple of episodes and we've been coming back to it over and over again that I think this whole covid crisis is going to reveal the Christians who are in this, because they desire God, and they desire community, and they desired to live in the way of Jesus with other like minded. Jesus followers. And they will actually make the effort when it's difficult, awkward or strange, but I think this is also going to expose the people who would just in it for. They were just passengers on the train united and. They weren't really hot and soul flesh in the game sort of paypal when it came to church. Just kind of hey, my friends are their. My family's there I'll just go there. And now that there is no longer here. They don't hear anymore. and. Even my local church. I- Pasta very small church by comparison to what guys are involved with. But even even saying that there were members of my church who just? They just weren't there. How many times we emailed cold texted. Wanting to get them involved, get them. Engaged in something anything. No, who will let you know? Now. They're kind of he. We and New Zealand are able to come and do full church now. Because up until yesterday we had no cases for like three weeks, and then to British people had to come in and ruin it for everybody but. That's sorry. That's that's very. Those Brits ruining it for all of us anyway. Yeah, so so I mean who knows. How long is this going to last fall? But these people they kind of slowly coming back, but it's just interesting going. Man You were not here during the winter season, but now the the ice is throwing out. You kind of just slotting back into it I mean. I I feel like I'm in the right space to make a spiritual judgment, call and somebody's line. But it does make me wonder. Yeah. It's been quite surprising. Actually I guess. Not great controversy of the end of timeline. Jesus returned for Jesus. And with so into conspiracies, all of these everything got Hutchinson in week like focusing on was George. Bush than it was trump. Vinit was apart like. And Twenty twenty. We have saying cermony. Terrible things unfold like. It is threatened so many people's lives like. Pretty serious are. Still, people on staff, interested in valley like a lot of people. Like I heard your interviews of other. Things you Mary. Telling me like. This kind of stuff. It's like yeah, you'd think that. Like you know, you can spiritually asleep where all is suddenly, all these things happen like off times. They get my Bible and read none of mine, but people aren't doing that, so it just makes me wonder. Why is it? We checked. It does make you wonder how how bad do things truly needed to get before? People like you know what I should probably get some ducks in the row with my spiritual understanding A. Crazy. That's crazy man. David philosophers. The nurse can definitely ponder that for for a on succumb. I wanted to ask. You is the whole online church. Things Cyber Search facebook church. Zoom Church live streaming. Google hangouts the whole deal. What's what what's been your reactions? What's been your reactions? Because I'm sure you've seen. You've got your local church context, and then you say in a whole bunch of other different churches. And show you have like a whole different perspective on this being communications and saying what everybody's doing around the whole. South Pacific. What's been your reflections Gimme. GimMe the takes. Yeah. It works when kind of. Like, it rose upstate in in many ways because we still communicated in group has as group has you could get? I think twenty years ago. You would have made some sort of. Group phone, call or something like that in the absence of online judge. But I'd say on a more It's a personal level. The something about driving to a place a walking applies physically going somewhere and being forced to. Stay there for a certain amount of time 'cause you went that, right? Engages you slightly more. What I'm trying to say, is that because such online and it's just one like Ulta four all x button away from not being online y'all level of engagement I think. And that's probably a systemic thing like I, I con. Con Really say how would be US moving If everyone's experiencing it, but long story short I think It's. The best that we guess. In trying to bring like twenty or thirty or fifty people in in one space. And the other downside that had well actually downside and upside. Is that you kind of have? If you do WanNa, be present you. You have to listen. You Conscious I shuffled into the next tune. Start shining while someone's preaching on. 'cause either years. In like you kind sacrifice the whole point of view that because it's because it is the wider just leave now. That's like a really cynical approach. online trash are like really want to stress, probably best thing. But I just can't wait to go back. That's the relationship effective on. Somme like I see a lot of Agnes Basically one of my jobs at atmosphere, who is to get something cold flesh, pointless, basically a page of hatred, nine nine stories from all around little big little trips that the whole ten people have been baptized here their whatever. When I do that is going to say I got that such typing advocates the kick on pages, and then I opened up every single Now this is like a hundred different pages. Yeah. Yeah. And then I'm like falling through in China. Find something values you story. The what has been really interesting to me is that's at first. Month maybe a closure lockdowns. yeah, it was a novels needs the online into have a chart says we really want out I burn failing victory. But now like every single facebook page doesn't matter how small the actually either livestream zoom all there is. Video of Salmon. This is on the other. NOT TO DRAW Any better knowledge, but. I'm insensitive, sexually psychological concept, not swollen, but when you see for example. Asia or something? Our Kate sponsor a child wants reach out, and you see that at a time from one hundred times suddenly. We don't even see that stopping child juicer exhausted by these images, and I think it's the same thing with online People just over it. Yeah, what's was more on top of? When you can just select it. Can She mutual where? Are you really gonNA, listen. I don't know the. Awesome preaching or you're GONNA. Listen stealing verdicts Parcel some. Yes election by settling have. You can choose. Clear. Your arm. And I. Think it is really? Telling and like we talked about is very briefly. Always. Felt like it's going to a point where we or at least some people have satirized online search and quite yes. I just like small plug through Jonah's and testing as compared. Yes, yes. Please explain. Please explain to people what that is. Well. I I don't actually know what it is. But. To join this ice book route like two or three months ago. A group of all extensively members of his name. Yeah Yeah. I SORTA was like a serious projects I thought it was like another online judge for giants in black. Voice I don't know like awry right runs. And then I saw like I, two or three posts was just a main page was. Like. Brown church-based page and I sort of fell in love and. Theft of not not felt as merchants stapley longtime will. I, gotTa say as as as somebody who is a pot of many groups that people invite me to. Sometimes, not even really wanting to be part of the groups. Had all the conversations all the fights that happen. This is like a breath of fresh at this is. At its? It's like it's like if this whole season was an episode of community. Or something like that it just incredible. Excite like I showed the maybe nine hundred. And? She just said it's like. A class STI use, and like I lied celebrities of the STI Australia Unity. Started naming their way out of out of. Office like. A loved it. It's It's got like a Meta aspect to it because. I bet this able that Nick Doug Heaven Avenue Events. The add even. One small FACEBOOK PAGE! Presents humor about the whole situation. It's good. Yup, well, this is this is what name culture is all about right? It's about. oftentimes something, horrible or something really serious, and it's a way of collective therapy therapeutic. Don't even know. Collected Yeah Yeah. It's like collective therapy for for everybody to just name it up. It's so good. And I also appreciate just quick once again. Plug Dijana. I also appreciate the Batta is a picture of a church by like teco, in the South Island the Church of the Good Shepherd and is just Ma. Is Beautiful. Couldn't. He couldn't resist not putting a little bit of his heritage in that, even though he is betrayed new, Zealand to live in. Melbourne but that's just a small detail anyway. Countries, that's all pretty much pretty much. So Oh goodness. It's a weird. and. This is part of this is this is part of this whole conversation. Is May thinking okay. What are the plans that I had for this year? Personally Ministry work all that sort of stuff. What with the plans that I had for this year, and when I think back to all the stuff that I thought was going to happen this year like I saw this guy all my goodness. This is going to be the busiest year of my life. I was supposed to be a delegate going to the general conference session in a week's time, and I was an I've I've been a delegate for like two years like they asked me two years ago so I've been stressing out about going excited terrified for like two years, and then they canceled on Mike. What was all that stress? Examine for. You know. I had all these plans in my local church. My chaplaincy for the PODCAST. All my goodness, we had so many plans man, but they all kind of. Evaporated out of nowhere. And I think that maybe that's the theme for Twenty Twenty. Is this year where we all kind of? Collectively came together started doing something and then just stopped. Absolutely, Iras. What what is I mean? We've kind of talked a little bit about that with you guys already? But how has your experience of that? Like what plans have come on? Hold or you know? When you thinking about all this stuff? Well, it's interesting that you mentioned the general conference. I had a similar experience. I was Austin in sync like November last year, so. I'm because I present visible musical listening. Someone picks up the Jason Hey would you present often used for general orate. Josh. Hotline to some Renner was General Humphries and then on of that. lasted. This'll be the worst time by the way to announce any sudden changes to that engagement status. aimed. I would relate travel. But as soon as the lockdown peaked in everything. Hilton cracks appear like the defense. I was sorry tired in refining. has sussman suddenly. Everything stops per month. And as much as I complain about not being able to challenge America not. Is Likely playing I'm actually very, but. Just reassessment priorities. Actually practicing gratitude, what I do, have so lucky. Come out of this as well as we have especially in New Zealand side. But. Yeah, well Devon married. We got engaged in February and it was. Sort of like. Client quickly can, so we could get it out of the way and then a soon as we were. About looking down. And just three old plans. In. Couldn't you can be sudden about single thing and? It was like a very good backdrop to what the next three months. We're GONNA be. which was actually pretty good is I got biggest thing. TRAVELLED OUT HE NEW S. Actually. All over the world long business trip and Also to New Zealand route ban. and. Because all the wedding in sort of post, engagement plans got. Shifted it framed went really well everything that was in half, and I'll say okay well. It is what it is true changing onto nothing about it but. I think it still talking about like a major holt mile to start thinking about things positively and trying to find on that like silver lining. In terms of church is well I think. Yeah. It's. It's just sad for me. because. I win through like a little phase of Almost being. Probably on the edge. And I, I was really excited to establish like good habits in saying noticing sang yesterday like the things that match up. And I instead I, just by held onto that burnt out feeling through lockdown through coded, and didn't have a chance to exercise that like say yes, in the right in full the right thing muscle. And it's only now right towards the middle part of June that we've been able to like so the exercise that But yeah. It's it's very good that would coming out on the other end pretty unscathed said. Yeah Yeah I think that's what I think is really illustrated for a lot of people is that? It's given us this big big fat opportunity of of of. Potential and said Hey, what are you gonNa do with it and. I'll be honest I. Don't think I really use my potential to the the my. Creative or innovative degree that I possibly could have. When we went into it, I had all these ideas are finally. Start working on that novel that I started or else. I'll make the youtube channel. That's not burn the haystack so I can make videos, but Did It really happen? Whilst everybody else was baking Brioche bread and doing. Everybody doing like seventy two different versions of the blessing by elevation all throughout the world. I was watching Lord of the Rings. But at the same time we were also doing zoom savage school. We are also I was making videos. My primary school students doing stupid things with props and playing the guitar, and just being a WACK I. was also a really fun opportunity to do different things that I've never done before. I wanted to ask you guys and. We're going through the questions one more day. Question all right. I promised just just one more day question. What are you hopeful for for the next half of twenty twenty? What are you hopeful for? And what is your gut telling you? Loose wow. I mean on a lion art I'm her food business. Meetings and all that remained. Yes. I I mean it's like the Hazmat nearly what does it take the best meat bone rest? Yeah. I that we do that in a whole zoo rollet. Here, we take best. Bitch Vice me. It's not. Intended predictions look. I almost anything nate. This year has been really a blessing me. trying to find too many things. To invested emotionally in. My TIME SINCE UTAH. Yeah I like the Bible, says A. Man makes his plans, but the Loyd. What does this? Yeah. That yeah, I think we probably haven't seen the west of it. Yes, renews since to. Tell us that the situation in America is still like the cases is still building. It actually has He get some experts signing. That great news! Generally deciding to think of some. Pretty much just that like. I think I'm a fairly cynical person when it comes to. The world. Well news well matters and things like that I. Just I just think as great as these. Subsidies are not not. Put an economic tangent or anything like. This. I think we're. We're really treading on eggshells. As as government, what will wake up? And spending so much money. That doesn't exist and. It frustrates me because I spend my entire day making something from role materials like going from. Something to something else like adding value through the process and what I'm seeing with up. And how they're subsidising wages in line leading people borrowed. Reserve banks leading governments are ignorant amounts of money. There is no added value in that process like econ adviser, doesn't that? Money's being pulled out? And I think what really short sighted in. Or we have been lost hundred and fifty years of. Economic Beings and we just going as like ten years fifteen year cycles boom-and-bust Adams. I feel like we haven't seen the worst in and. That's that's my gut feeling. Is. That doesn't happen. My herb is. Like plateau out, equalised and stablize. Dual? There's like economic tons and because if it does forbade, the likelihood is that it will be very bad and. Thousand Eight. If two thousand eight was the J., f. say then that straight years ago, so that's planning us right between that time gap. And before that was like, don't come, which was kind of? Mid To late nineties. so. I just heard that covered his told us. Out of survive in might fairly tough times. Encouragement I guess is is everyone is just stays. Like comically dives spiritually Socially, safe and elsewise It's it's pretty advances train of thought. I'm plans were nerve the best? Interesting That you mentioned investigated. As talking about his economic angle, it just brought me back to. Like to show. You know we we have the story. The Israelites in the old. Testament ends may have at one one minute new. England if. An. Android the next minute yard. His. Gardeners actually nations will is always uses the noise nurse that organise yet become concise again to get him on if Any optimum of this my heart is not. The isolation has us. Lesson you don't take human interactions granted room traveled rest in relationships prioritize relationships and things. But on, enor- is. Once the height. Height on your meeting together again. Hosted is registered. So I really want to say that we weren't. But the reality is I. Think what treating pregnant is this? Pivotal world's interchanging riot, but what about the well as in what about these other terrible? History, feminine. I mean maybe but. Say. It's hot. Yeah now that's good. That's such a good thought because. So last week I talked to Josh static and he talks about how. Are. We going through a blizzard or an ice age, and the the obviously the difference between the two is is huge blizzard as Mary, short a might be very intense, but then it ends and then. The following morning the sun rises and everything's back to normal. But if we're going through an ice age, then things are going to pivot and things are GonNa Change. Financially I think we can definitely say. Lasting change. For. Good or for the bad I, think that remains yet to be sane, and I think we probably all in the same boat when we think it's probably going to be the bad, but. Way will remain cautiously hopeful about the future in that area. But I think the thing that he talks about was. Going through an ice age is not necessarily something that just happens to us, but it sign that we can choose to embrace. In that sense, do we shoes to allow? Human Nature to just run its course and for us to go back to what's comfortable in whatever context that might look like, but do we actually shoes to allow be? What is how does carry Neuhof put it? Out, but the interruption or the the. Man Those some word that he uses, but it's basically from now from this point on things are changing and. After this point. Things are not gonna be the same again, and are we going to choose that pathway? That is the choice that is head I. DUNNo I dunno classic inflection point. and. You can, you can choose to. Embrace the positive things that can come from Nice Age and might be perfect time to just hibernate and uncle down whites that. long-awaited morning outside inside just like. Will you fat in what way like Harping the sunrise? Blissett a beautiful. Sight, one. Most accurate way going to run out. There is a quite. A TRYING Friday The telltale sign Christian dedicated on. That terrible as happening, they are still happy Begum notionally. Apprently to crassus and Yeah I. Guess That's my preference must be are able to have peace choose pace, choose love, choose gratitude. Isn't is. A. Beautiful well. I think that is a lovely thought to bring this conversation to a close. Thank you guys once again for for coming on and chatting about all things, cove it and everything else in between. There's been. Thanks to having been, Oh you're very welcome. I'M GONNA. Give you guys a moment to speak whatever it is that you've got going on, so our Josh First Josh of people in the business. Are they wanting beautiful luxury watch? Where do they go? How did they get in touch with you? How can they pull out their? Checkbook and write you a million dollar cheque. Tell us. I don't recommend anyone to buy electric grid sir. Do. WanNa check. Check what I do. Look at it as maybe his rather than luxury items on, you can head to instagram. That's probably where. The final vowel others the easiest, and that's Nicholas Hacker Watch and. Nick, my dad and I run that instagram. Can we put up? arrests are. Going on dumb said Campbell my time, so. Yeah I really appreciate your patronage as in. It's it's. Hatred. Even if it's just a WHO just seven, Hey, man I have it on good authority that we have a couple of millionare's listening to the haystacks you never know. On the streets of Heaven Birds. Trout crowd go crowded. Marielle, have you? WanNa learn more about. Agnes recold and all the good stuff you got going on. Where would you point them to? Sir Again instagram tends to be the place Davies is. To adventist olen lead on instagram. Yet great content that also For News in general updates work today with near new stories from across the Pacific. SNIA definitely check us out on. To Take it as a social media manager nights. The phony. I will say on facebook. You guys relentless with your content. It's very impressive. A Lot. Cheeses. Your love is relentless. That's like Oh hey. Yeah once again. Thank you is and just to remind everybody else this final episode of season three. Going on a month hiatus. Just Stolas is busy being a dad right now. So I, just so appreciated Al three Joshua's and Marilyn who have jumped in the last couple of weeks to sub him out, but we going to be coming back on the first week of August with season for the Haystack I'm sure as we backed by then, if not have to buy him and find somebody more committed, but hey. Dad. I've been bagging outside much I don't think he's listening to these episodes but I. Thought. Starters if you are listening I, love you. and. So happy for you guys with your new baby go. So! Yeah, if you guys want to keep up with everything that's happening. Burn the Haystack. Yes, we are not going to be releasing episodes for the month of July, but you can still find everything on the haystack related at burn the Haystack Dog. 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Hour 2 - John Keim (07-13-20)

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Hour 2 - John Keim (07-13-20)

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Stay in your lane now. The reason why I brought this up because I didn't do anything on my vacation. Nothing. And I'm proud of that. Except for one night, we got really crazy at my house I thought. Why don't we get pizza from all like? There's four pizza places in new haven that we go to very well known sally's pepys. And I said to one of my daughters I said how `bout you order them? Go get them. Bring him back, and then we'll have a contest. We'll do a blind taste test with all the pizza. And then we rated it. You know appearance crossed. All those things so. That's how crazy. My weekend my week off, God. That was crazy. And I had a couple of beers with the pizzas well. I left that out, but I. I've been told to stay in my lane when it comes to to pizza, and they're great pizza places around America, I'm just talking about. If you're looking for pizza and you go into new haven the odds are you're going to get a now? You don't get a good slice. That's the. That's the big Downer about the pizza newhaven. If I go into New, York Brooklyn I can get a slice of pizza. True Pizza places don't sell slices the high end. Ones in Brooklyn in New York do not Lombardi's or are different places like that. New York. They do not sell slices. The high ones Grimaldis like gloves favorite. They don't sell places. They sell pizzas. But. I like having that slice. There's something great about a slice of pizza, and also it depends on weight brown bag. Yeah, when you have the. Also. Factors in Howell go. At one in the morning at pizza tastes so damn good and by the way. Should we send like Mariel or somebody to get some pizza correct? Yeah okay. How about Wednesday we have? Pizza Wednesday. I've liberation there with pizza. We Start Pizza Wednesday on Mondays. I'm Kinda hungry now all right all right so welcome to the program already in progress. We talked to Pat Forty from sports illustrated first our about. College football season, and he's not very optimistic that we're going to get this thing started and at least started on time. We'll check in with the Washington redskins. They are set to announce their new team nickname. Who won the poll question for the first hour on the audience thinks they'll. The red tells is a fifty one percent. Second is General's. What what are these people thinking? You can't have the generals because first of all the Washington generals. They were always the foils to the Harlem globetrotters. They always lost. And then people are going to have problems with well. What generals are we talking about? What about the Washington Native Americans? About that one this way you keep it in. Going to go over well, but Daniel Snyder is vowing to the pressure here and I think he's GonNa. I think it'll turn out great for him. At least it should, but with Daniel Snyder, it might not, but you're gonNA. Get whole new merchandising revenue here. At. To me it's a windfall with with that. You can you can be. You can say to your loyal fan base. Hey, I tried, but they I was forced to do this, but then you can also say I'm GonNa Create a whole new revenue stream of merchandise here. And I. And I also think the Commissioner is going to get a pat on the back here too, and I. Don't know if he's had any real involvement here, but it's under his watch and I think that he is concerned about his legacy here other than hey I made these guys on a whole lot of money. Yes, todd, they immediately stopped selling the old offensive logo the. The reason I ask is because people like whether it's offensive or not old school thing, because then they can make money in two ways to new ones and everyone. That's rushing to buy the now old school logo. I don't know what the market's going to be, but there are going to be people who are still going to wear that logo there to wear that merchandise. The Atlanta braves are not changing their nickname, but they're reassessing the Tomahawk Chop. How are you going to police that? I know it sounds good like hey. I just thought that makes the logo look proud. You know the one with the Cleveland Indians embarrassing. The Chicago Blackhawks did it correctly. It's beautiful. It's gorgeous. You could be proud of at least seeing what it looks like the Blackhawk tribe. The Cleveland Indians it looks like you know somebody's ready to attack you. In A and it's a it's a cartoon character. That was the problem I had with it but Cleveland. Indians are going to change the look of their logo. I don't know if they changed the nickname, but. Nobody's going to be happy. There'll be people who are unhappy I should say with whatever Washington picks, but you can't. Have you know the monument. We've been tearing down monuments and statues and. What are some of the other names? So Vegas has odds. Red Tails is a nod to the. Airmen? I think that's great generals. I don't like that presidents don't like that Lincoln's. Veterans Veterans I would be fine with. CAPITAL SPELLED WITH AN O. Instead of an A. Americans, the Washington Americans. Memorials is their monuments. Kings can't do kings. Roosevelt's, I. Think we've already had some issues with the Roosevelt having redhawks. Renegades! Renegades is all right. But that's that's where we are this morning and I don't know. What's the timeframe, but it feels like it's. It's eminent that we're going to be changing that nickname. Yes, boy, I'm really curious. When Dan Daniel Snyder, the owner of the redskins decides to do interviews after whatever name is released when he's asked the question, why now and how honesty is because like the press release mentioned sponsors in the first paragraph. And he was completely transparent. This is about I. Mean they sent out a memo in a in a talked about? It said sponsors and then it said. So here's the statement here. It says on July. Third we announce the commencement of a thorough review of the team's name. That review is begun in earnest as part of this process. We want to keep our sponsors. Fans and community apprised of our thinking as we go forward so sponsors. Fans community in that order. I appreciate the honesty there if they were if they even knew they were being honest here, and then at the very bottom of the memo that was put out by the Washington redskins. Standing. enhance the standing of our proud tradition, rich franchise, and inspire our sponsors, fans and community for the next one hundred years. So, we'll wait for that coming up here. I. Don't know what exactly is going to happen once we get it, but. Do we celebrate. Got This from the League office. The owners don't vote on this. The League works with the team on the legal and creative design processes, so the commissioners involved in the League office is involved in this, not the other owners. Although feels like Jerry. Jones is probably involved in everything since he's the most powerful guy in the NFL? Here's another thing I saw. I don't know if this struck you the same way, but Patrick mahomes making headlines, not with his contract, which I do think. Is going to be team friendly. And I don't know they'll be a renegotiation I'm sure, but a couple years down the road. We're probably GONNA. Look back on this contract and go. and. I'm saying this hoping mahomes stays healthy that this is going to be a team friendly. Contract with the Kansas City chiefs. But the headline that I saw early, somebody was trying to make it. A headline on the mothership. Mahomes is trump. He wants to go after Tom Brady's six super bowl rings, and I went well. I'M GONNA guess every quarterback does don't they? That'd be. Like if Lebron says hey, I wanna go after Michael Six titles. Is that going to be a headline like? You. Lebron goes you know what if I get to five undone I'm good. If mahomes said you know. Hey, if I get one more I'm good. I. I don't know I saw this. Wait. What's what's the big story here? And it was like mahomes. Home says he wants to go after Brady six Super Bowl rings I'm like. Wait does he actually want Tom Super Bowl rings or the Z.? One rings of his own like I'm confused. What the big story years but Patrick. Mahomes is going after you know the breaking news, Patrick Mahomes is going after Tom Brady's right. Six athletes went to win as many champion possible before the creation do after. That's what surprised me. I went. Wow, he wants to win. One of the headline was satisfied. Looking forward to playing next season just to earn a check. Wildcard. Set, home says hey. I got one I'm here for the money. Now. Just got a boat, yeah! Let me. Get some phone calls best and worst of the weekend. As we always do every. Monday, what you saw that you like to didn't like we say good morning to our partners. TV partners chat row, and we say hello to Kevin and North Carolina this off best and worst of the weekend Cath. Hey DP. I love the shirt. Got Three. Best of the weekend got my dad trailer with iron, six fifty and a pair of rate on, so it was a DP birthday. Is number two? I? Don't know if you've heard it yet, but this goes with your shirt. Games Miller's origin chapter six almost famous turns twenty is incredible. You GotTa get him on and talk about that and number three, which should have been your play of the day Bruce Smith. Only, Adam. Thank you by the way I'm wearing led Zeppelin t shirt today, and only because it's dark, and it makes me look a little slimmer that. I played it. We're going to have to bleep out. Bruce Smith Hall of Famer. He was on family feud. and. He was there with Michael. Irvin Chris Carter and I'll play that coming up in a little bit, but I. I gotTa. Make sure that we. Have Marvin. Listen to that and bleep out a couple of things. Because it. A surprising answer from Bruce Smith. And and even more surprising responds by Steve Harvey. have. That for you coming, up. Nicotera. Zona Hi Nick. What's on your mind today? Welcome the program. Hey DP six feet two hundred. Abloy so you're chatting about redskins. I had a name for he wanted to get your thoughts, so they're unofficial. Mascot is the pit. So what do you think about the Washington Hog? Yeah, it's not a bad one and a lot of history there and thanks for the phone call Nick. I think that's down on the list with Vegas with the odds. Yes, mclovin! Nepalis trying to are you? Puns on yeah, easy cheesy puns like pork barrel. You know that phrase comes around the Hog Hawks is not the worst idea. Because then you keep, here's what I really think I think Daniel Snyder is not going to change much at all I think he's GonNa Change just the bare minimum to get this past the goalie, and keep all the other stuff, the look and everything else the same well. I think you WanNa keep something with the are. The logo with the Redskins with the script or can they? If, that's longer the team name well, if you're the red tails, yeah, keep the are I oh, that's interesting. Yeah, that's what I think is going to happen here. And I don looking at some of the other nicknames and I. Don't see any of them that. Begin. The renegades other one. I think that has an in it. The Roosevelt's. But the Roosevelt's aren't going to make it. SNOWFLAKES is five hundred to one. Yes mclovin hogs is to doesn't work PC. Wise era. I can't explain why, but Oh, you making fun of the Lyman overweight I. Don't know like every name. You can pick them. Called themselves the honks. I know it's just like it's so hard to not like part of neighboring. Josh in Turkey. Hey Josh. First Time I've eleven one seventy five. What are you doing in Turkey? Loop here. I know. What you do in what do you do in Turkey we're? Okay well good glad to have you. College football this fall. there is a season with conference only play. Do you think small schools are allowed the fixed income before? Sta Financial, cancel some sports programs Yup and inconsequentially. A step toward the power prices session. Yeah, I think we're going to have that and thank you. Josh be safe, but it does make sense I've been saying all along the power. Five conferences should just secede from the NCAA. There they control, college athletics. Now I would hope they would still have out of conference games that they could play some of these smaller schools because that's the revenue that will. Funnel into all of their sports and keep them afloat, but I think we're eventually going to see the power. Five conferences be under their own that you'll have a commissioner of the power five conference schools. I think that's where we're headed. West and Phoenix joining us. Hey, west! What's up? Hey, Dan huge fan five eleven and a half a semi solid for my age to ten. And just want to know if you could wish. My wife Tracy, a happy fifty th birthday. She's a huge fan. Her Birthday's coming up on July twenty first. It would make her year. No I can't I can't tell. No and what's her name? Tracy Tracy and you said how old she is going to be. she's going to be turning fifty. Yeah, you're not supposed to say that though. She wouldn't mind and hey. It's Kinda. Cool Brian Brian Baumgartner I actually got him to record a message as well for her and hold him before you called me. Yeah, sorry, Damn well. You have to put in a request and then you have to wait. But he actually without me, even asking he made a a part in the recording about how I should cook a big thing chilly for her birthday, but make sure not to spill it. That's Great I. Think Ryan's going to be on the show the next couple of days. You've got some big announcement here, but West. To, Your Wife Happy Fiftieth and many many more, and you have a great husband West who called in to admit that he thought Brian. Baumgartner would be more important message and that he gave your age out as well so West congratulations and good luck with with your home life there. Real quick. If you guys ever come to Phoenix I got an idea, it would be life size wheel of punishment. I've got it designed and everything you strap the down at or maybe even the big German, could it. You spend M. there would be a border around it of course. And wherever their head is at when it stops or when they bar. There, you go. Do you have a picture of it? Can send either poly or seating a sketch of it, but I would have plenty of time to build it before you guys actually get here all right well, thank you. Thank you once again, Happy Fiftieth Birthday. Has Been Listening Longtime. Jim in Texas joining us on the Program Hi Jim. Are You doing Dan good? Sir, what's on your mind? Why why don't they name the Redskins? After what? It's all about Sabine Jamin? You're right. That is the bottom line. Thank you, Jim. Not a bad idea. I just loved it. They sent out this memo talking about this thorough process and they start with sponsors. Twice I know they started sponsors, and then fans and then community. Priorities priorities more phone calls coming up. People still telling me to stay in my lane on pizza here. Don't Seton. That's down a little ball good. Yeah, okay, all right. Just check the rankings. I got I'm GonNa Guess Two of the top pizza. Places in America are in new haven pepys and Sally's yes. Paul can people be objective this where? I don't think Chicago has the Best Pizza in America I'd love someplace in Chicago and I think new. Haven's better, but people get really defensive fritzy with Brooklyn and other places where they come from. Can you be objective? CAN PEOPLE BE OBJECTIVE? I I. Don't think so. You become territorial. Because all you gotta try this place I us and I get it, but you know this is an unscientific survey that we took it my house UNC right like I have a favorite pizza place but I think it's probably more based on nostalgia and where I grew up. You know then. Is it actually the best pizza in the world? Probably not, but I would have a slice of it right now. Yes, mclovin. You're grimacing over there now I. It's funny. Feel show territorial lot. Eddie Knowledge I've never gone. Any of these places have Brooklyn. I'm googling them right now. What about the forest? No idea. Just to make it sound like you know what you're talking about. Hand Your Kid newhaven dominates. He's national lists. Yeah, I'M GONNA guess to the top seven or eight pizza places are in new haven. Yes, Sally's MODERNA. It's a modern modern. That sounds fancy. That must be like a fifteen dollars sliced MODERNA. Thing. Do! L. Mode. MODERNA. Modano. Is The big vaccine the company that's come up with a vaccine for Kuroda. It's modern. It's modern. It would be a lot more respected if it was MODERNA. That's true but Modena's in the news on drugs. About we all go get a slice of MODERNA. Taj. Let's take a break. We're GONNA. Check in with the Washington Redskins and Get, some updates here on what direction we're headed in and why now Daniel Snyder? Twenty one after the hour. This is the Dan Patrick Show. I always tell you need to make it legal. Make It legalzoom. Dot Com and they've been partners of ours for over a decade visit, legalzoom dot, com today, and make sure you take care of some important things you need to get done. It's legalzoom dot com slash Dan. Patrick Show legalzoom were life meets legal and they've been doing this for over twenty years. They have a network of independent attorneys. They don't bill you by the hour, so they're not a law firm, but that's a good thing. You don't have to leave your home, do you? Don't get charged by the Hour Then you WANNA protect your family. 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This is coming in handy. I'm doing that redoing a nineteen seventy two porsche. And just got a painted green. No, I didn't go Viper Green. No I know. You know why, because it screams here I come. And you know that that's not the way I roll this is. I. Think already told you what the color was. You'll never guess. The clashes heard was viper green stone grey. Stone Greg. With sounds like a like a TV. Name. who was that Stone Phillips. That's the I'm stone Phillips for all of us here dateline. We'll see you again on Tuesday at hair. Yeah, all and didn't play football at Yale strong jaw line on that fighting I. Think Stone Phillips Sousa quarterback at Yale with that name I'm Stone Phillips, and you're not, but a stone grey is the color of the Porsche. I'll send you the some of the pictures here. You can put it out. Yes, time isn't part of reason you get a porsche. That's kind of has a look at me. Already go all in and get a crazy bright viper agreement. It just too bright it is. Way Too, bright but ROCCO DOT COM has been helping me with parts delivered right to your home, and you don't waste time and money hunting for the parts phoning driving waiting in lines and make sure you tell them. We sent you all the parts. Your car or truck will ever need at rock auto dot com, more phone calls coming up best and worst to the weekend. Also the unfortunate slip up by Bruce Smith the hall of Famer and that was on family feud. We'll have that for you. Coming up John. Kind covers the Washington. Redskins for the mothership kind enough to join us this morning John. You have to come up with new business cards. There's a lot of things are going to have to come up with. It's going to be very weird because you go for I've covered this team for a long time, and so people ask you. What do you do I? Cover the I write about the Washington redskins. Now it's going to be like well. What about the watched? Who Yeah so it's? It's going to be very very different. Take some getting used to a lot of people. Why Now? Well I think you can go back to the George Floyd death at it while in police custody and go and start from there, because we all known for a while that there was pressure on this team to change the name for a while, and it wasn't really going to wear the pattern in the past was whether the storm get to the quiet part? N Just survived the controversy with after that point, we all saw what was happening in society, and the the the the protests. The riots statues coming down. You know very ill flags the flag, not the slow anymore at Nassau, and all that so I think that a to sponsor two groups feeling like there was a window open opportunity that had never existed before, and then they started going after sponsors. Once you start doing that, and as you know, that's when you get things done. I think that's been the difference here when it came out that we conduct story about the letter on. On that investors shareholder sent to PepsiCo Nike Fedex when that came out, I talked to somebody who had worked for this place for a while new the situation. Well, his response was holy crap. This is different. Yeah, it feels different and by all accounts. The reports are that they're going to change the name this morning. What are the options that you've heard and I'll give you? My logic of what I think is going to be. Well! I think the one that kind of jumps out right away is warriors only because Dan Snyder used to when when he I thought the the Redskins, he also bought the rights to arena football league franchise team. If they came to. Washington he went then wanted to trademark. The name warriors even had logos desire i. Steer the helm and all that so if the name is changed quickly, that's me would be the leader in the clubhouse now as far as I know that there are some. Ron Rivera said. I think others. There I know that there's some other names that they might like s you one that I think I, know for sure would be an option. UNEAGER to talk to fans and empathy jumped on lately. Is redwoods and I actually did a little twitter poll last couple of days ago I think it was like almost seventeen thousand votes. More than forty percent wanted so I think red tails was the name that was discussed I. Don't know that they go in that direction. One of things I think that was important to them was. Initially wanted to maintain some connection to native Americans, but also the military and navy s why leaning toward warriors I don't know that for sure, but that's where late. I thought that something that started with an are therefore you could keep the script or that the Redskins have and keep a little bit of that tradition, but read tales or renegades or read. Wolves would be where I would lean. What do you think of that logic? Yeah, and I think that's I, think there's definite logic there because one of the things that they also want to do is maintain some traditions. I was told that the plan is now to keep the Burgundy and gold colors. Big The tradition another part is marching band, and then also they love the phrase H.. The fans love betrays two yard, hail to the Redskins so you can maintain some of that and and I think you can get that so yeah, that's i. see that as well. I think warriors again I still need. Need that, but I think your logic is crack, and then you could come up with a logo that has a script on the helmet, and if you're a fan, tuning in, and and you don't know the names changed. Maybe you can forget for minute if you're too. Was that important to you that it's still is still the same franchise you're rooting for. How does this go wrong? I've covered. Wrong. I think the way to go wrong. If you rush into a branding situation with the logo, I, don't think you want to rush that when I've talked. About that that process takes a long time I. think that's the important thing to get right here is what is that logo? Be like John Russia's. There has feel the fire am ready to this in part because of the way all in folded. This isn't something that going into the offseason Dan. Snyder had a plan on doing. It was kind of sourced. Sourced upon him for whatever reason because like we talked about earlier so I think if you rush it, that's where you can get the trouble. This is a monumental thing and you know like how sports fans are these teams and you also know fifteen twenty years. Whatever you decide, now's what people will identify with so take your time and get it right. Yeah my whole thought with this is. It's always the bottom line. It's about money. Even the memo they sent out starts with thanking. You know sponsors, fans community in that order John, and then I think of this as Daniel. Snyder can still say to his loyal fan base. I tried but I couldn't. They wouldn't allow me to keep it, and you get this whole revenue stream of new member merchandise here so. I think Daniel Snyder is going to do well with this. And I'll go kicking and screaming sort of, but also hey, now all of a sudden I got a whole new revenue stream that I never thought I was going to be getting. An yeah I think that's what people have long been trying to tell him. Those who wanted to change years ago that you can benefit financially from this now. Obviously, there's going to be a cost bog. You'RE GONNA. have to changing all the scientists. The merchandise everything is going to be probably more than ten million dollars. There's to be a cost, but you know you're going to get fans like I've heard from fantasy. Fantasy I won't for this team again. Secrets a small percentage. That's that group exists. I also wondered Dan to jump on board with this because there are a lot of people in this in the Washington area the last few years. They haven't exactly been flocking to games here. Because chain is not about the name, it's about the up being good. Maybe with the new name comes some new energy for some people. who were maybe not on the onboard with it before so I think that there is a potential you may have people who say hey, because they changed it to support. Go out by the gear, and that's why go back to the Logo Randy. Get that right really cash in that regard John Thanks for joining US I. Know Too busy time for you. We appreciate it and hope you're well. I pleasure, thanks for having me on John He covers the Washington. Whoever for the mothership and still waiting word I'd like red tail. Something that has an are in it and then I think you can still keep that that script are. By the way last time the Washington Redskins were in the conference title game. Anybody want to wager a guess. Washington redskins. and. Can you name the quarterback? The coach was Joe Gibbs. Yes Paul I. Don't know the year, but Jason Campbell's name came to mind. He was pretty good, but I don't think it got that far. Mark Rippin Nineteen ninety-one. Only five franchises have failed to reach a conference title game. Going back to Nineteen ninety-one, the Bengals, the browns. The lions. Texans. And of course, the redskins are in there well stat of the day, the Mass Dad of the day stat of the day. Here comes that. What Stat of the a? You can have a new logo. You can have a new nickname, but if you're the same old redskins, it's not going to matter. I, you know it's like putting earrings on a pig. You're still it's an. Pig with earrings on. It's not a good team, not a good franchise. It's not well run. Yes. Putting hearings on a hog I. Guess Okay, all right I got the. the Red Wolf is a canine native to southeastern United States which has a reddish tawny color to its for. kind of like a coyote and Gray Wolf Come Combo platter. Very, closely related to the eastern Wolf of eastern Canada. I like using the word indigenous. Is the Red Wolf Indigenous to Washington DC. Means just like using that word, indigenous like there are a few words what are some words that come to mind that you use, and you're not quite sure, but it sounds really impressive when you do. Yeah, I'll throw in a juxtaposed. UNDREAMT. Conundrum. I I'm not afraid to go. Conundrum. I went conundrum last night. Indigenous when the situation I like to use were exacerbate I'm not exactly sure what it means but I think. Exponentially yes, mclovin! I like cognitive dissident and polly's and I am too and Kate. I don't really know exactly. You know like whenever there's sports laws story. Judah cases it's been to try and court I guess I. Got One seat. No, no, but I think of Andrew every time I hear someone say it's a fait accompli. That was big in two thousand twelve for was a run their fate accompli yeah. Todd! I'm stumped. I wanted to have one I you know how much I like to be part of this little little puzzle and one of us don't have great vocabulary. Sir Very Limited in our words. Thanks Todd. Oh you were saying you see. Toddlers right there with todd's biggest word is cinemax. Spectra Vision. When we come back, speaking of going blue. Family Feud Steve Harvey, and then Bruce Smith. We're going to play the few. Did we find out how the Buffalo Bills got their nickname? mclovin is because of Buffalo Bill. We have not found that yet. Did you look I did not? Busy looking up. The genealogy of the Red Wolf Red Wolf Red Wolves. We'll see if you can find that. I think it's because of the s started looking at. That kind of sums up. Our Research Department here started with I. Try I looked. It wasn't exactly a direct order in fairness to you. Yes, we club did. The browns have a vote to Cleveland. The name cleared. They had like a citywide vote and they chose browns. But Paul Brown didn't want it, and then he went to Cincinnati. Anyway. It's in there a big back story about that. I remember you telling us about that. I forgot yeah. I think all these teams are stupid browns. That's terrible variety. Yes MM. Says the owner after one year had a name, the team contest hopes of choosing a more distinctive nickname bisons had been the traditional nickname for buffalo teams for many years with a winning choice was bills, which was a play on the name of the famed wild West showman Buffalo Bill, cody, okay by the way, did you see where the Toronto Blue Jays? Yeah, that's right. There's still possibility baseball season. The Blue Jays can't. They need to find a place to play baseball. that. They're not allowed to play in Toronto Their Games. And they're looking at Buffalo, which is their minor league affiliate? And I guess they just started looking into this because I think the Canadian government is not letting the Toronto Blue Jays play. Games have teams come into Canada? So. They're looking to play in Buffalo. Yup. We got this all figured out what could go wrong? Yes, todd's nobody circles the wizards the Toronto blue. Thank you Chris Berman. I was watching. What was it last Sunday? Where Chris Berman came on. And I saw on my TV. Word said eight o'clock the Eagles at the forum and I'm going okay ESPN. And what are the Eagles doing it the forum? And then I realized it's the band. The Eagles at the Forum and Chris Berman comes on and gives an introduction because a, and it's not the Eagles Chuck Bednarik and I went. So, Chris is at his home somewhere, and he's introducing the Eagles with a concert that it already happened at the forum and I think it was three hours long this concert on ESPN. That was that was Sunday night programming for the mothership? Get Sick and Italian. Where you can't believe. And he was doing you know. Chris doing all of his eagles, puns and play on words and and. Then, showing, when Glenn, fry was on the swamp at the Super Bowl. What's this song where? He been in a pickup truck turned around. Take a look at me. Take it easy What's that place in Arizona? Standing on a corner in winslow, Arizona Yeah, and so he did one with so Chris replayed that from I don't know how long ago that was very. He shows up and Chris does that wide eyed surprise like it's Glenn. I'd go. Chris I'm sure that he just didn't show up in surprise. Glenn Fraud Camera Crew. I take more phone calls coming up right after this. Thanks for listening to the Dan Patrick Show podcast. Be sure to catch US live every weekday morning nine until noon, eastern six to nine Pacific on Fox sports radio, and you can find us on the iheartradio APP at FSR or stream. 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The red tails as I am the general is still maintaining second spot I just can't imagine in this politically correct world trying to get the general's pass here I just don't see that happening. And you and you had the generals. You know that the played. Against the Harlem. Didn't you had the generals from the USFL? While those were the New Jersey. Generals with Doug Flutie. Okay What was Washington's name with Craig James. Washington federals yet. ooh, that craving I think think so. But Washington Generals I. That one feels like you're going to get some pushback on that. Can we do an hour on? USFL names crew. Yeah we would probably do pretty well with USFL names and players who played in the USFL. Saul this and I was really surprised at Bruce Smith the whole famer he was on family feud, and this was the celebrity family feud the Sunday episode. and. He's up there. Chris, Carter, Michael. Irvin and they're going against a rising stars in the NFL. And you had the following question. Asked by Steve Harvey to Bruce Smith. If captain. Hook was moonlighting as a hand demand. He might replace his hook with what to. A Hammer try, gim. Penis tell me age AQUINAS. Sleep with what? Increased. I'm sorry. Inside. Joe Living. Upside. I swear I swam saw. That just came out. Came I was reading the question. What. If. I. Don't know what's more surprise I guess Bruce Smith like. What can you possibly be thinking a handyman, and and you're going to replace his hook. Got To believe there's a few other tools that you could mention other than your personal tool. Why didn't you say? Oh! I don't understand why. Why did he say that? Like what was going through his mind? Where you're going through the Rolodex of tools that you could have captain hook us and he went with the penis. I guess I know exactly what was going through his mind. And then Steve Harvey. It's like three or four seconds on delay and he's like wait what? What the BLEEP did you? When you're in the garage, don't with Bruce Smith. Don't ask me. What does this? I'm working on my car rents. Not The hammer. That Hammer Bruce Gee whiz. Hammerton time member big SHANK. Had Him I. Speaking of Hammers What's your nickname? Who Had insent they? She anco tight end tight likings. Yeah, and he was, they showed them like like one of those postgame things the video there. They had in the locker room and he said in there and he's clearly naked. And very visible and. We had them on the next day. And you're like so what's your nickname was big shank? Kidding. Always been your nickname or just recently. Vincent they Shaneco saying something like that? Yeah, I think I would. I thought I gave him another nickname like the. The utility belt or something I forget what I said to him as. A nickname, and then he said big shanks Steve Harvey's reaction. Those so fun all his face your. Face damage funny. That's good. All, right? We'll give you our best worse to the weekend coming up. 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Part 1: Mr. Brightside, Carb Credits, and the War on Context (ACS Oct 27)

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Part 1: Mr. Brightside, Carb Credits, and the War on Context (ACS Oct 27)

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Drill, down on it a little which is. Communiqu. My communication with people is. Somewhere between zero and minus seven like I the things I say or seven zero. Yeah. Well, again, that's to give range. Yes. That's a margin of error. So. Things like I have these little things. Saturday night I went out to Mexican food place as you guys know I like to order all order like a double. Skinny Margarita. Is. My Bucks at my white bucks. Product for your phone walk all right. It's a white box. Wait I'm sorry that's all master for. Probably Doctors Spouse. Papers that's happened. Last twenty, six seconds. So beautiful I need my white buck slip I got every every not written on which is fine but I need the white buck slip you don't have to. You take you guys take over for a second I just wanted to ask Bethany Frankel why he was such a big fan of skinny Margaritas as you know man Mr He's a real housewife I. I. Love that it was as you know I, hate to admit it but I did a skinny Margaritas as well. I don't call them scan you Margaritas, but. Let's skinny. Of Visit? But if you have. Don't you have one good one I should ask him. I have a quick question for Bethany Frankel with her skinny Margaritas. With this one of those cases where one regular good Margarita equals too skinny Margaritas. I have I have no idea caloric how it works. I am by the way White Buck slip sitting on top of my computer for. All right now. From but With my not with my other paper our still. All right. So I don't like there's one thing I don't like is of Syrupy Gooey. You know I hate I hate big fluffy I hate big fluffy drinks and usually the skinny version is just a little last corn syrup little more lime or something and and it's fine. So ripple second varietals, Cointreau all that shit actually have a surprising number of calories in and are very, very sugary sweet essential ingredient. You can get away with putting like orange extract drops but now you're getting I've done it but now you're getting a little create. I'm just trying to lessen the effect. I'm not really trying to avoid it, but just trying to break the fall and I liked the taste of Tequila. Most Margaritas our little overpowered by the Margarita and I don't get the Tequila. So when I go out to Mexican food plays I, go Gimme a skinny Margarita make it a double and then I hold both hands up and put it in a small glass I. Don't want a big tub of Corn Syrup Scooter. Yeah. It becomes like a it becomes like a high ball cocktail to get a small glass I can taste Tequila in it. I like the salt on the Ram and it's got less. It's just less volume of this this show. And I do it every time I hold both hands up and I go put it in a small glass and they bring me a giant tumbler of it, and then sometimes I drink it and other times as they're setting it down I, go take it back and they go what I got a member said a small glass and the Gal just turn around and walk away with it. Rub One out in it blow snot rocket in it, and then just dump half of what I already paid for in a smaller class. I'm sure but anyway. That was Saturday night and then When we're watching football, we're ordering sandwiches from GM mallows and I wanted. I do I did I mean I do I wanted the philly cheese steak and I kept saying provolone I. Want provolone I want. I want no whiz. went to provolone I. Love. I. Love provolone. I went to onions grilled onions grilled peppers whatever I said the word provolone one, hundred, twenty, eight times. Of course. When the sandwiches came back, it was just a bun with the meat no no no peppers. Cheese No. Nelson. No no anything and by the way philly cheese steak and go south pretty fast minus two onions peppers and the and the provolone. So it was like okay. I don't know what's going on with communication, but I had this this winter with. With AV ED. This is I I have the tax to radio and this is. It's it's not. It's not Mike. August level, but the subject that I wanted to get into really is it's not so much about. Communication. It's about context I. talked about this. All the time people are missing context they're missing context. They're not able to find where this conversation is in the world. You know what I mean I have the conversation with people all the time will they'll go. They'll go, they'll say something and then all reply go. Well, what are you referring to and I this saying which is I go I'll always be talking I'll be talking about what we're talking about I would never just pull something out of left field. So like I'm very context oriented anyway small little weird context stuff like so I got this Condo and I'm getting the TV up in there and some furniture up in there and working on it and it's a it's a two storey condo. Townhouse. But. There's a pretty hefty set of stairs that go up just to get to the front door, right? Okay. So I tell Kevon who nice kid who works for me who's not good in the context department I go take this end table. Bring it upstairs, go upstairs and just put it at the landing upstairs and I'll figure out which room to put it in and he goes okay. I come back it's sitting on the first floor because in his mind he went upstairs up the flame stares right and a Kevin. I'm not including the stairs to the front door. I'll never do that. It's insane that you're thinking that way upstairs in the context of any domicile condo or house means on the second floor or third I suppose. And his world he standing out in the driveway and I say upstairs and he goes up a set of stairs and puts it down the stairs. Yeah. Later a sector calendar Man I had I also had an insane contextual conversation with him a week ago, which is we're painting the place and she all no. I'm employing Ozzie, but it's a little mercy mission. You know and I I said to get it. So I go. He's at my house right? He's in the truck house go. Okay. Leave my house, go to the warehouse where all the guys are. Get. Get the guys put them in a truck go to Malibu now leave. Ozzie behind And tell us to clean that warehouse top to bottom blow it out start. Hi, go down low. We're doing a lot of work in there just to tell the clean it top to bottom you guys happen the truck see in Melba, pull up in. Malibu. Guys are out looking good. Get Out of the car around the corner comes ozzy. Wait. I thought we're leaving you behind. Here's an onsite ticket, a ticket, a ticket I go Kevin. D I told you leave Ozzie behind having blow out the warehouse interest clean the whole thing top the bottom. Seven thousand. Square foot he goes. Or you didn't tell me to leave him behind. I. What did I tell you said you said to Tallahassee to clean the whole place top to bottom cleaner with a room like. Around remotely about holiday I said. Kevin, how could you pull up in a truck and have everyone jump in and leave for Malibu? How would the one guy clean the whole place top to bottom if you didn't leave them behind? How how could that be instruction? His thing was I didn't hear the part where he didn't say. Where you said leaving behind I didn't hear that part I was like put. Put You. Instruction clean top to bottom. He literally didn't shut the truck he pulled in everyone jumped in and eleven again that makes me an insane person if everyone is getting in the truck and you give someone a nine hour job except for they just pile into the truck and you leave. So his thing was I didn't hear the left behind part my thing context context how could you clean the place top to bottom when you're picking up these guys and heading to Malibu? So one answer satisfying ever good answer there's never good answer isn't satisfying or not. What was your response just like you got it boss All right. Now now. Now. I got a text with from. which is. It's good for AP at it's not it's not it's not in. Mike as top. Ten. But it makes it may crack it. I don't ought to be interesting because as one of the sharpest guys I know by that I mean he's precise. Ryan stalls multi-million dollar entertainment systems and celebrities houses he did he does. So I had a long conversation with him or a thorough conversation with him. At football on Sunday. which was as you hear this yesterday. And I said to him hate the CONDO. What are we got there and he goes you don't have direct TV there. You're going to be on cable. Cable. Is Not Direct TV it's different, but you'll figure it out. So I said Oh. No direct TV now you're on cable then I started talking to him about Hd. hookups Blah Blah. So what I got, I got a computer. And I got a big. TV and I got no cable, no cable Hook and. For me that's my heroine I can't. I can't stay in a place with no with no cable I was about to say could watch US anything through the computer on the TV but then ever it's you right one could. Well, these guys started filling my head with fanciful lies going you get an HDMI cable and you hook it to your computer then you can just hook it to the TV and I said that sounds good and the MAC air book light whatever doesn't have h. e. m. i. but Chris gets me the adapter. By the way I need the Long Cord Max Pat that we use I guess when we go on the road so I wake up this morning. I have no I have no control over where's the cable guy who's booking the cable guy who the hell knows it's always a pain in the ass but. I wake up this morning and I say to myself I, get that TV sitting over there up on the wall get my long hdmi cable for Max Patta he gave me the dafter and then I can watch you. Bring a trailer on. So I can watch I can watch whatever Makira, that'll that'll work. So I wake up this morning. And at seven, fifty two. I send the following techs to head. Now keep in mind. We had a long talk about you don't have direct TV. You do have cable and when I was saying, how do I get the Cable Guy Out? He was like I don't know you gotTA. Talk to so and so and so and so book that. My question, can I watch my computer? On the TV. With the HDMI cord. Even. If the cable isn't hooked up. And make sense sure if he says, no. Okay go ahead. Yep Yep. Now. Now I'm thinking fuck that Max a pattern Gary Almac and watch on the fucking computer. He Says No. And I'm thinking what the what is what is going? What is going on like why can't I do it and then he says, wait. Like cable TV. The cable then yes. and. Then he points out that HD. Is a cable now. First off. I said, can I watch my computer on TV with the HD cord even if the cable is right so yeah, he already differentiated. You should not imply that I'm not gonNA plug the court into the TV set. Yup I. Think, it should be no. Contact in the morning. Seven fifty. All right. All right. This is an extreme example but still contacts its context you know I, don't have. Cable, you know trying to get something going over there and I did in HD is a cable. It. Is a cable but I said H. E. M. I. An cable hooked up at court cable if you if you said Corden cable that it should be. Yeah Right. Wait a minute it's not even implied. You did the only thing you could do now listen I'm sure he's in a hurry and I'm sure he's doing something more important. I'm just saying I'm thinking a lot about context these days like this. This was pretty straightforward, but it was also in a setting of me saying to him eighteen hours ago I need cable I gotTa get the Cable Guy Out to the house. So he knew I didn't have it and continuation with the conversation it's a continuation of the conversation a small yes and example. I needed my mom to notarize something of hers and send it to me and with with talked attacks autocorrect whatever it came. I accidentally sent her. Can you get this motorized and I got a question mark back when we were talking about notarized so I you people aren't always paying attention now wondering if the video games and the virtual world His removing context. Context. Is something that's it's pretty analog like it it. It's pretty old school and it's pretty there. Now there's a distraction level people are looking at their phone or their multitasking or whatever that's going to hurt. But like. Listening and listening with with contacts listening. and. Knowing things about the person in the conversation and the direction. This is going not in a bubble because I feel like a lot of a lot of the conversations I have with people. They don't know who I am. They don't know what I'm asking like I would never say X. Y. and Z I would never say that I would never imply that. So and maybe it's a news thing. Maybe it's a new world order thing. Maybe it's a twitter thing. Maybe there's too many short bursts but I do feel like context is something people are missing these. When you talk about nuance we I think the way we communicate like you said, it's text it's short it's clipped and when we're not having real time conversations anymore either face to face or on the phone what chances there to practice our nuance. Yeah I agree text I, remember like your experience of that like you'll. Shuna. Independently. Have, pickup conversations on text the next day you know what I mean as though like we're still talking. So yeah, there are a lot of out of tech out of context that silly kind of income tax. You expect people to understand. Well, think about what the news cycle is like. It's kind of all out of context. Now it's just kind of Gotcha he said she said. Twitter's. Very took a clip is out of contact, right? So maybe there's a war on context and maybe it's something we're losing. A war losing as a civilization I. I don't know why one always popped in my head, but had a guy work for me. And I said to him Gary I need you to get the clear. Cabinet door pads there are these little bit. He's a bumpers be like on the inside it doesn't shatter time it closed even if it's a wooden door, doesn't make that slam thing I need to clear. Cabinet door. Pads and then I showed up a couple of hours as I did you get those clear cabinet door pads and he said we don't have a clear cabinet. And I thought Gosh. He's right. But I don't know what more I can go on my end as as what I'm saying. All right also, I had this thought. Sorry Max Paddock and you. Punch the air conditioning on in here I forgot to. I had this thought. I was dealing with kind of new coffee maker. And was testing and out at the CONDO. And I kind of realized this when Olga makes my coffee in the morning and she she fills it up and she's like. Do. You want eight cops or twelve cops and I'm the only one in house drinking coffee. Now, it feels to me like I'm drinking three cups three three good size mugs but like three cups. But as I was feeling this coffee machine, I just took a tumbler put it under the filtered water thing. Poured it. Once I was at nine cops support again like you're at seventeen cups like. Wait a minute. What is this thing where the gaslight us into thinking we're coffee junkies. This is two cups of water. It's too big cups of water, but still I, I don't know how translates into thirteen cups of coffee but be a little less than two because filtering through the coffee some stuck in the coffee obviously I always kind of that thing where it's like you, you get A. A box a cup noodles. Serves eleven you're like what? I was GONNA. Like it's fucking serving size thing up there in cahoots to mentally fuck us up and same with the coffee thing. It's like according to Mr Coffee I drink thirteen cups of coffee every morning according to me hawks like two and a half big mugs of coffee but I don't know. What's in it for them? Maybe they want to say we have a capacity to do that. I think it's serving size also anyone who's ever cooked or baked has been bit by this and I know I have multiple times an actual teaspoon or a tablespoon you get out of your drawer is not what they mean when they say a teaspoon of salt that's why you need measuring teaspoons because that Shit's going to be salty. 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Just go to stamp dot COM dot com click on the microphone top the homepage and type in atom that a stamps dot com enter Adam so Of explaining yesterday how we've jumped the shark in the Commercial Department because Kay Jewelers. The ring store has got themselves a plus size model. Hey, I ain't uptight. That's your thing. That's that's your thing. Everyone should be represented I'm just saying that is probably the last. Domino to fall in as far as Madison. Avenue in terms of. Every you know I dove soap one away from the skinny model and many other brands have gone away from the wave model but the engagement ring store they they stuck to their guns for the last twenty years. They have had the the hot young WAIF MODEL WHO's by the way overwhelmed that a semi average guy wanted to marry them but. In this particular case jeweler we got we got plumper. Someday Alaska question that will change me forever That was that was her not not fat but just not not a not engagement ring store model. So industry standards should be safe looking for plus size model plus size and. That's where we're heading now here's an interesting. Thought. I know we're all freaked out about. Shaming And and I know we're all on the guy who believes the self esteem movement fucked up a bunch of kids. And Again. If you go back to the Great Michael Strahan, Michael Stray hand was a fat kid and the reason he lost all the weights because everyone made fun of him for being a fat cat and. I. Think his brother did maybe it was in. Germany on like a military base. Anyway. So here's the question. While people need to be represented. At what point does it just become the norm and then when it becomes the norm? Where are we like you take? You Know I. Probably. In my grade school class there was one fat kid the entire like really an entire school. There's like one fat guy and one fat girl you felt sorry for him but that's what it was. I guarantee you if I walked in to fifth grade here in the San Fernando Valley and just walked in any fifth grade class. I think probably half or more those kids would be overweight now and it's going to lead to life a lifetime of a lifetime of problems you know we talk about. You know it's interesting. So as a society, we never stopped talking about race race race and growing up black or growing up thinner grownup female or grownup gay it's all we talk about. Being heavier whole live. Man, that is the worst sentence you could ever give to anybody. It affects you socially your health, your joints, your the things you can do you don't you don't get to go Skim boarding or zip-lining or. It is so stifling. And Yet It's not really something we get into don't you think we should get into it. This is above and beyond the UK jeweler commercial responsibility, for case. And isn't it isn't it time I mean especially with this covert business like isn't this good window for us to get into this stuff and? I mean you you see all these commercials out here in California prop twenty two that when a limited closed down the dialysis diabetes center. So why do we have all these diabetes centers? When I was growing up, I didn't pass any diabetes centers. I never heard of dive when you guys were growing up if you heard of that. I didn't know. I didn't know it was a thing i. didn't certainly didn't know any thirteen year old boys you'll had it like. It's a thing. Now it's on like it is a I would call it a national emergency what what's the plan? Who's WHO's talking about it and it can't it can't just be the first lady wants to plant a garden. You know what? I mean like I agree that just never worked what what do you think? What do you think we could do because? When we are interested in something. We Act as if and differences are made you know we try to lower carbon emissions we to work on it, and when we want to save water in southern California, because we're in a drought zone like we get to work on it but we do we can do the things we wanna do how come nothing here. A couple of PSA's with a a, you know an animated Blue Jay flying around landing on fruit salad saying eat your fruits and vegetables vet really. Why isn't there more about this and what would the plan be geographic? Well, you just reminded me I probably never would have thought about this again and Bryan even though you're significantly older than me, you probably remember, did you guys have life break in school where it was basically like yard time for prisoners it wasn't recess. You would just it's and I think I think it was the first initiative newfangled things Jeanine Vita. It was. Literally like okay it's life break time it was mandated by you know the the White House you know the all schools get involved in this thing and you go around and they just walk you around the yard and it was to keep you women fits and I don't think that would fly today saying all right everybody get up and just just give it a couple of laps around the yard just to keep everybody you know slim and fit do you think we could say that? I. I. I you know we did. On Brian Screen Max Pat, I'm not sure what it is. It's a fly as a flight. there. Some tax pop the pop up all right Oh there's literally flies we we. Yes, but I wouldn't Max. Visible. So I asked if we'RE GONNA BUCK slip ten minutes ago he showed up the phone book. Chance like. What are the chances? She's GonNa fix your fly. All right so Again, you just think about smoking we didn't like smoking smoking's bad for you. We kinda got this thing where it's like it cost US money cost the state money who's GonNa take care of these people so we launched a campaign against smoking and I don't know Max Patta but I will bet you in nineteen, fifty, five or fifty seven or whatever the hell the last date is. I'll bet you forty percent of American males smoked at some point like nineteen, fifty, one or something. and Dr was smoking right an athletes. Chesterfield cigarettes, and if you look by today's standards, we're probably under twenty percent in the adult male department maybe less fifteen maybe under fifteen percent now Dawson makes up he smokes for seven people. So he bends the curve a little bit, but my point is. We waged an effective campaign. We we did and we're and what we did with smoking we didn't just say don't smoke. And we didn't just say it was bad for you. We added a shame factor, the smoking, a shame I know no one likes shame shame fucking effective when you want people to do shit. And I know there's a shame factor to smoking because if I ever see a guy smoking like outside of a restaurant or something, he's kneeling behind the dumpster like these guys don't even stand out on the sidewalk and smoke anymore guys are like hiding. Look around the corner with their jacket pulled over their head smokes coming out. So we took. Cigarette Smoking, which was bad for the public and we've decided as a society. We didn't want it and we built a campaign around it and a lot of that campaign was shame how this affects people around you secondhand smoke what about the kids going up through the conduit of your apartment and coming out in the Little Hispanic kids who looks very sad. Condo are conduit in his apartment. So we did it and it worked now I would say you could take all the same. Measures. That applied to smoking and just move it over to obesity and you've heard. There's one thing missing a key thing missing there's no such thing as secondhand binging. Because we don't really care what people do to themselves we care you know blowing smoke and toward our table our kid, how do you? How do you? Marry those two that missing ingredient additional problem. You're Reggina digital problem is you have to portray overweight you know what I mean diabetes or whatever, and how do you want to portray that as a person who personifies a person? There's a whole thing of the body shaming or they picking on this thought person dot optics well, well, first off we have to. Get around we have to wrap our minds around body shaming because if we're trying to get people to eat less exercise more or be healthy and you know, get you know get get rid of the diabetes. We're GONNA HALF IS GONNA stray into that zone. You know what I mean and we just declared body shaming pad. But what I'm what I'm saying is is first off, we don't have to you have to say what you look like in a bathing suit we can say you're X. amount overweight we need to work on this nine, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, four, it peaked was at its highest. That was the highest and this is funny. I had that little area right? My head of same fifty, five, fifty, whatever. It peaked in fifty four at forty, five percent of adults. And that's adult. Women smoked less so I'm guessing even it was higher for master at that was that was if in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four if you say forty five percent of adults smoke, that's fifty percent of American males smokes smoked it remained high forty percent through the seventies and. In the two thousands, it went down to the low twenties but two, thousand, twenty, one, it's it's got to be into the teens now anyway, good for US effective saved a lot of lives healthier people I. Think it's time to do whatever we were doing with smoking with. Cheese health over eating and that world we need to take it to that world I. Think we got Smoking Pretty Jenner Control. Now let's shift and it's like it's not a big health issue I mean the doesn't cost us like the insane. It's the biggest I think you're right and I think I just had something click in my brain how it can be done with smokers sure. We shamed smokers but I think we started at the top down no more advertising cigarettes on. TV. No more glorifying. You know I'm babe. Ruth and I smoked Winstons whatever all that shit has to go. So it started with the advertising and not necessarily scapegoating, but taking it off the individual and saying you know it's you're not the reason you're addicted to nicotine. These big bad advertisers are marketing directly nor candy cigarettes and I think if we took a similar approach to people saying you're, yes, you're part of the reason because it's your body but your not the reason that all this stuff is being inundated into your eyeballs every day. So we gotTA start More Regulation on what's advertised because that's what we did for cigarettes I got an idea not bad gina grand. Thank you. In the in greenhouse gases and global warming. where? We have carbon credits. How about we have carb credits? You may get that big MAC and fries but I need to check your phone to see that you walk for miles today already. Breakfast I see it's Only covered three point five and the guy just starts running around that. Just. Because my thing is like you, I don't care if you have a big Mac but you gotTa fuck and hit the gym earning or you got yet, you can't have it for breakfast carb credits. CARBO credits carbo credits didn't we talk one time about somewhere someone was making A bike powered televisions. Yeah. You could only watch. TV If you're pedaling. Yeah. The professor invented that on Gilligan's island. Sixty to. Two Thousand and eighteen smokers men at fifteen and a half percent women at twelve percent i. feel like I would ride on all my my guesstimate. That's down a lot. So that's fifty percent down to fifteen or whatever. Every did you always win every guess how many jelly beans are in this sparkletts bottle? No, was always a fish bowl when I was a kid I think and it was always at the supermarket I that would be one of your strengths. One of my my fantasy was every. Seven Sitcom I watched in the seventies when Carol Brady took her family shopping at some point when she was checking out, it turned out she was the one million shopper and the balloons would fall down and they come out with a big check them not marrying real scenario in my head like we could be the one million shopper. All right. Let's see. We got Mr Bright side. We got a guy with a dog that died in a custody battle with a daughter and crazy Lazy mother-in-law she and we've got a lot. We've got some losing all his hair. We got a lot of good stuff. Was Fat Yeah. So let's take a break. We'll come back play Mr Bright side right after this. Real men are an endangered species. Shouted down and haunted. But Adam knows you're out there alone in a sea of cowards. That's why he built a place for you rare breeds to come together. That's why he created Renaissance Man. Had, Redman USA DOT COM. 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Wait a minute are you and Christine sorry I am a Christie. Thank you. Got Hill. I'm eight months pregnant and my dog passed away and I don't. Control, my emotions. So if you could cheer me up, that would be great. What's Your Dog's? What was your dog's name? Names Moscow the city he was a Siberian Husky. Two different color. Two different color is no too bright blue eyes. So you had them for many years. We just had him for about five years and he was about five when we got him he was sort of rescue situation. So we're just briefly we had him but. The thing about dogs is you think you loved your old dog and you think you mourn severely for the loss of your old dog and tell. Two seconds after you get a new puppy and then every single. I wish I wish I could do that with grandparents. Every single part of your fiber just goes right to the new puppy and it's turned the fucking page. I, mean maybe I don't know what it says about human wiring. I had a dog I had molly we love Molly Molly died everyone was totally broken up about it and then we got fail and it's like molly was never born so I know they do this thing where they go you don't this is not how grieving works. worst-off tribute. Tamale. If it works, it works number number one it's essentially. First off nothing's better than a puppy number one, number two you could be in a long marriage divorce and grieving it soon as you fuck your first Victoria secret model, you're back. So, that puppy is Victoria's secret model. Now, you can't buy a Victoria secret model, but you can buy that puppy and I'm telling you you're you're Moscow will be a a distant distant memory after you get the after you get that new puppy, you'll feel a little guilty just like Just like you would if you're banging. Secret MODEL, but she sure be happier on top of her. So you gotta get the new. You gotta get the new dog because the. Tell you get the new dog. The old dog just remains just a sad sad memory. And by the way. Everybody thinks they had a special relationship with their dog. You know what I mean everyone has the best dog and especially statistically is, is that possible? Everyone had the best dog? There had the best relationship. I, swear to God even the kids the kids were all busted up about about molly dying soon as phil put a bow on had phil go trotting through in the living room was like molly. Molly who don Don yesterday's news. You GotTa get new dog. All right. From your lips to my husband's ears well, otherwise, it's going to be a lot of grieving and you're you're what? Eight months pregnant. Yeah we'll the baby count a puppy or I gotta get a puppy. You gotta get a puppy Erica and and and don't get a really young puppy because that's GonNa. Be That's GONNA be a handful. Young puppy young puppies more work than the baby. I mean it. I. Actually. Really good years. Yeah. So. Babies, we talk about how much work they are but. Get a night nurse. get that PUP Christine. We'll do thank you. Sir Turn the page God. Bless all right I. think that worked. Go turn down. Go to Josh. Line to Josh Columbia. South Carolina. Guy Hi guy. I. Custody a renewed custody battle. I got divorced from my ex wife eleven years ago and. Now my daughter's fifteen and She's also. Wants identified as boy. now and So her mom is like ultra crazy religious flatter type and mentally abusive. So. I just had to file paperwork to get her to come stay with me and. Live with me where you know we're more accepting and. And all that stuff is your daughter transitioning. Like like medically not I mean she refers to herself as as a bull way. She's got a new name now. And You know I, guess I don't have a problem with that I'm okay with that but her mom's definitely not. Cool. With that, she's crazy and our original custody battles was held. Yeah. So has it has it wacked up now they split in the time fifty fifty. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah it's Joint custody, but she is the primary. you know Yeah Parent Yeah Yeah this is this one's tough. You have to hire a drifter to kill your wife. So you're not going to beat it with logic. Good luck. Look. Good. Luck are out arguing a flatter. You know what I mean when it s now. When it comes to the daughter wearing slacks, you know what? I mean. Years ago the couple of years back she she would make my daughter sit down and watch these. Long, flatter youtube videos. So try to Dr Nater and stuff how out of all the conspiracy theories flatter thing that is the most vexing. To me because it's like I for things I what's in it for the flat earthers? You know what I mean like I kinda understand when they go. There wasn't a Jew in one of those twin towers. All right. Good. You hate you that's what's in it for you. What's in it for the flat earthers? I I've talked about this before and I'll talk about a toll. Thing probably never there's an anti intellectualism, which is does fucking scientists think they know more than male show them I st- documentary behind the curve. I'm sure a lot of people have seen it and these are not dumb people who believe this they're smart. They're smart enough to sort of out. Think themselves like just move on and put your focus on something else now now I'm sticking with this. This is where I plant my flag in the ground that's where I draw the line. All, right. Well, Josh. First off word to your mother, don't knock up flatter. End Up. In this predicament. So just for others listening I, know it's a little late. So any you guys you're thinking about dating flatter thor's. Stay away from those flat earthers you. Get with the Gina grads in the world the twin towers you know what I mean not that. Not, the flat ain't nothing she's no part of Gina it's flat. All right. Also, your daughter slash son is pretty a fit by the way fifteen year old. So like twenty-seven-year-old as a kid, I mean they're they're pretty much done and you are going to be a good parent. You are going to be forgiving thoughtful one moms always going to be the crazy one your daughter's going to resent her and feel that way and and your bond is going to is going to be that much. That much tighter with your daughter now as far as the custody battle. that. That's going to be what it's GONNA be. It's GONNA play out. But what what you can say your daughter now. Your daughter's fifteen. She's obviously educated and she's obviously a modern woman slash man. She knows who your wife is. Now when you're when you're when you're daughter's eight and you have to sit down and watch flatter videos with mom you're in, it's a cult your indoctrinated in cult. It's hard to get people into a cult when they're teenagers are when they're older or when they're aware of what's going on she had no. callback. She had no context when she was growing up that was just her mom now she realizes it's technically her mom but practically. She's a nutty flatter, Thir- religious, not job who she won't listen to any more so even. If she spending time with nutty ex wife, it's not gonna be watching youtube videos on flatter. Just be watching that flex you're not nutty? nutty acts is going to be in the next. She doesn't have dominion over her anymore. She's not going to be able to a factor. It's going to be uncomfortable, but she's not gonNA poison her like she did in the past. All right. Look that was a tough one. Let's let's. Let's be honest. Crazy ladder. Transitioning daughter I mean that's What was that? That was a that was a nine on the difficult now. All right. Let's see. We got Chris. Thirty. Five Sacramento Chris Hey, not a don't follow. Josh but I'll give it a go I guess good. Yeah Adam. I'm sure you can help me out. I've got a crazy mother-in-law who's making my life a living hell and as open Mister Bri- cheer me up. How old is she? Probably about seventy. Dice and. Don't even go there I'm thinking. I'm thinking. Of Us. Yeah she yeah she's been diagnosed to be crazy and refuses take mad and she chooses my wife's Dad. Just about everything and it's getting bad. It's the saddest thing my wife and her relationship deteriorates. So I know what to do all right I get it but I gotta tell you. There's a big difference between. Crazy acting all the time and then diagnosed and I'll tell you why. Diagnosed gives you context when people are just accusatory and bitter and acting out and all that stuff and you don't really have. A context where you don't really have a a disorder, you can't hang a label on it, but you can hang a la- a label on Your mother-in-law and. Thus. You don't have to listen to what she says I. Mean It's like it's like. When a neighbor says something to you like if a neighbor said, you're an Asshole, you're out of line, you're going to die or or something. It would be a bad day if a if a homeless if a homeless person says something to you crazy, you just keep walkner, right? They're crazy. That's a homeless person like there's context right? So it's kind of it's kind of consider the source your source is nutty and it's difficult is that is for your wife you and your wife both understand that she's suffering a mental disorder probably not taking your medications. So when she points at your wife and says, you're a whore, I wish I never gave birth to you. That's a crazy person saying that not her mom. You know what I'm saying and so you can. You can put it in context because. And I. Think I probably had I've had this before where? Didn't know people were nodding you're on medications or whatever, and I'm like, what's wrong with me and what's wrong with them and then you find out, they were suffering from something and then you go. Oh Okay. So those words didn't really mean anything and I should have never listened. So you my friend do not have to listen to your mother-in-law because she's crazy and all you have to do. Is Get your wife and this is not going to be this a fairly tall order. You have to get your wife to transition from. That's my mom talking to. That's a seventy year old nutjob talking. We all have to do it one day. And the number the numbers may vary, but I mean at some point when somebody has a disability this way that's not your mom talking that's a person in in the grips of. Disorder and you have to hear it in the context it maybe the words may be coming out of your mom's face but those are her words that. Person Right, not the words you knew them. As a young person. All Right Scott Thirty two at Adam. Making people feel better but this is sound advice. Right Scott. Thirty two Pika Kansas out right. You WanNa. Yes. Sir. Yeah Man. All right. Well, I gotTa Tell You You're absolutely right about the shame in the smokers I remember when I was in kindergarten even they started the campaign they basically made me into Hitler's youth. Remember going to my GRANDPA. Died from lung cancer laying on his belly when I was four or five years old and saying really gotTa. Stop. Smoking. It's GONNA kill you. Yeah. The kids. Oh my God you smoke in front of a kid. Now, they like fucking freak out there much by the way a kid, your average teenager sort of grew up in this world. Much Cooler with pot than they are with cigarettes. Much Cooler. All right. So go ahead. Scott. So. You know I'm the type of guy where like for I wanted to learn how to. Juggle. So. I was like, all right. I'm going to go home on, learn how to juggle and I'd spend ten to twelve hours and. Next. Day, I'd show up I'd be able to. Juggle. Or Hey I wanted to like up my basketball game. Or I'D WANNA learn this new talent, and so I would devote all this time to. Now You know it seems like ever since I had a kid. Ever. Since I had my kids two years old. Feel like my body is just shutting down on me and I look back on these pictures just even from two years ago. and. Now my body's not in the shape, it was before losing all my hair and it's the first time I ever really feeling old. You know at thirty two, which I guess can be normal but. He's got a photo shoot and. The pictures came back and I'm. I'm seeing huge bald spots on my crown hairs receding. Wait a second. I just need one cheering up. So we make the cover of jugglers digest again or. What's the photo? Baby new baby photo shoot. Babies turned. Here in less than a week and wanted to get you know a family photo shoot. Following but I'll tell you what I will. 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Oh, happy birthday. You gotta take the regents. And that spoils it exactly right news notes. Today, the Washington nationals became the latest team to announce it will have netting foul pole. The foul pole. That means three we've been talking this week about how eventually the Domino's of fall, rob Manfred the baseball Commissioner talked about the issue of implementing netting. Why not his Commissioner just mandate? I think that it is difficult in the middle of a season, given the various layouts that we have to require clubs to undertake, what could be significant construction projects in the middle of the year. We think that we have made tremendous progress on this issue by providing the clubs with information encouraging them and allowing them to address the particularities of their individual ballparks in timetable. That's realistic for them. I have been satisfied with the effort and the number of changes that were. Made prior to this year. And frankly, I'm heartened by the fact that you have a couple of clubs that that moved ahead right away. Jeremy shop, of course was who asked that question the cubs played the Mets Wrigley field. And before this game, the Mets announced that they fired pitching coach, Dave island, and they named eighty two year old Phil Regan as interim coats. They also fired Chuck Hernandez, their bullpen coach, the met Senate Thursday with a four point six seventy or a the third worst in the National League, I had strong feelings about this decision will be talking about that coming up with boop Shami now is this game played out the Mets actually held a lead. But on the bottom of the third inning, the cubs came back. To center. Prodding Wilma's result buys too. Say. Our friend, Len Kasper on WGM hobby your bias was the person who applied that Khuda GRA driving to left center field. Want to set a chance? All the air by. Qods lead Seventy-three, Pat Hughes on the cubs radio network. The dodgers and the giants have before this game significant injury news involving the dodgers. They sent Richhill to the injured list with a flex your strain hill is thirty nine we'll pick up a baseball for at least a month. He told reporters he does expect to pitch later this year. Now Madison Bumgarner started for the giants. This game against the dodgers max Muncie. One of his nemesis in baseball. Got an RBI single in the first inning. This is what happened in the bottom of the fourth. Why drive lift field? Garlic has hit. His first tonight, his second. Big league home run a crackling line drive. The dodgers take a three to nothing lead, Charley, Steiner, an five seventy L A sports John Peterson chipped in later in the game. Let's. Twenty. Chris like benefits. Joe Davis on the dodgers television network. Now the giants would make it close and they would have a review play go against them. Bruce bocce was furious about that final score. Dodgers nine giants eight the Yankees continue to roll with Edwin Encarnacion in their lineup. They played the Astros on Thursday and Colosseum at the plate in the bottom of the seventh thrill. Oh. Two run home run, the Paracel will long. It's ten three weeks in the more, I watch him swaying. I mean he is extremely quick to the wall. Michael kay. Paula O'Neil on the yes network of China. Remember, Josh thinking back on it now after the keys won that game ten six who didn't like the Internacional trade do? Yeah, me, how's that looking? So for not great, not great. But not sometimes BUSTER, come on. Reds play the brewers top of the first inning, the reds jumped ahead ground ball. The this will at least one. How about two as Derek Dietrich scores and Iglesias does it again? Three nothing Cincinnati. And Nixon's L continues to have a huge impact for the reds. That's since L SOX one to deep left down the line of it's fair. It's gone. It is off the foul pole to rod hull, Ron for Nixon Zell, and in that ball was up as the strike zone. And he put a Tomahawk swing on that. I call from reds television second one seven hundred wwl, w the reds win the first game of the series seven to one Blue Jays play the angels. The two teams are tied five all bottom of the tenth the one drill not to deep right field Calhoun going back, he turns around. It's gone. Welcome back. Billy mackenzie. He drives it out in the yard with a goal ahead gave winning to run overrun. Sports net five ninety the fans, Josh you see who was his game. Kawhi, Leonard NBA finals, MVP BUSTER. Usual wish to yeah. A lot of people are interpreting that as a sign that he's going to stay in Toronto. I think he just wanted to see my trout say earlier in the day, he was at Home Depot buying moving boxes. A lot of people interpreted that to. The nationals play the Phillies. We've been talking about how the national playing well, and that continued on Thursday night, a high price left centerfield deep sitting Bruce back on the run to the warning track looking up. It is the plays and three run Homer. Phillies bullpen. Eleven for three runs smash initials lead us seven to three. From the nationals radio network, the nationals a seven two four. And they have now won seventeen of their last twenty seven games the Rockies and the Diamondbacks before this game. The Rockies announced that they've played shortstop Trevor story on the ten day disabled list with an injured thumb. He's visiting a hand specialist. Top of the first ending the Rockies took the lead. He drives it the right field going back. Adam Jones at the wall, it is out of here. Charlie? Black men with his thirty fifth leadoff Homer in his career touch him all time to pitches into the game. For Charlie Blackmon was nothing Iraqis. Eight fifty KOA. I tell you exactly what the analysts about ready say, man. He's red hot Charlie Blackman's a hottest hitter in baseball right now. The two teams are tied four all into the top of the tenth inning dual bitch. Swell gone real deep center doing back the Castro to the wall. He looks up. It's off the wall that will score one that will store to holding its second based tall. He nearly had a grand slam. Chris cienega with a two run double to break the tie. Six two four Rockies. And that would be the final score. The Marlins and the cardinals JT riddle came to the plate for the Marlins runner on base in the top the eleventh, the pitch riddle along drive, deep down the right your line toward the foul pole and God a home run. JT riddle the Marlins go up seven five and the eleventh. Glenn Geffner nine forty WINZ the Marlins win seven to six date center field. The day game in the day was out in Oakland, the Atlantic against the raise in the top of the ninth inning with the score and won all Avas sale Garcia came to the plate for the raise and a basic punch through the metal family, scar Lau got a third, the rage take to lead Dwayne stats on the raise television network. The raise would extend their lead to four two one well in the bottom of the ninth inning. Oakland started to come back. That's a hard hit ball into center field of gross. Spins gonna come in and store as not done yet. It's for the two and now the Paul is trickling around in center field hit both as runners Bouba. That was Glenn. Kuyper NBC, sports, California is a rally continued match Chapman at the plate. Here's the one off his swung. Rockiness is. Jacqueline three road. Hoover belly as the game here in the size of four Ken Korec, eight sixty a m the answer is a strange day for the raise all the way around earlier in the day news broke major league. Baseball is given permission to the Tampa Bay rays to explore the idea of plank half its own games in the Tampa Bay area and happened Montreal. Let's get to it. Each time for some inside heat on baseball tonight. Mark can covers the raise for the Tampa Bay times, and Mark, we just talked about the broad strokes of what's going on with this, at this moment. Where does this actually stand in terms of the exploration for the raise to consider the idea plane half the games in Montreal? Well, I think it stands as a major topic of controversy of some consternation and a lot of conversation. But I, I don't still don't see how the path actually concludes with this happening BUSTER. I mean they have to get a number of permission the number of hurls to, to get past for this to work. And the biggest one is going to be permission from the city of Saint Petersburg, there use agreement Tropicana field is very strongly worded and they have to play every home game there. They have to get permission to do anything else they had to get permission to go to Japan in four with MLB. They had to get permission to play games in Orlando. And the mayor of Saint Petersburg, already come out, in fact, right after the press conference, yesterday and said that is not on the table. It's not he's going to permit. So there have to be negotiation. Obviously, you know, things can be decided as the clock winds down on the remaining years, but they're locked in through twenty twenty seven so to make this happen in twenty twenty three or twenty twenty four is, as we heard some chatter about yesterday seems pretty difficult. And then on top of that, you've got to get tuna Sadie Bill and both built with the promise of only. Forty games of revenue stream instead of eighty that seems a little challenging I think in both markets. And, and then the players unions going to have some big issues with this of asking players to, to have to in-season homes, and all of the issues involved with that complicated further by the currency exchange and the customer out. Yeah, it feels like we're at the one yard line with ninety nine yards to go. And, and it might even be down at this point because this situation. I don't need to tell you, it's been bogged down for so long and my read on this. When I first saw your story yesterday is this is simply a case of with the situation bogged, down, major league baseball and the race trying to create some leverage, where none is available immediately. Just to try to it feels like create anything. What do you think? Yeah. Yeah. And I think that, that was the immediate reaction of a lot of people, including a number of the politicians down here. It's interesting that some of the ones that we found out later the politicians at the raise briefed yesterday. We're taking a much more seriously. So the razor clearly making a compelling case to the people that are talking to that this is a legitimate option that they are serious about it. And it's a tough sell. I mean, the basic premise, if you really wanna boil it down is their message to Tampa Bay is to let you keep baseball. We're gonna take half of it away. And I think that's, that's the reason that people are frustrated by the news yesterday. They're not like overjoyous like oh, great. This is the way to keep baseball there. Like you're going to move half the team. Yeah. Then you're half way out the door kind of thing. And this is an ownership group that for, you know, not necessarily just reasons has been people have kind of doubted, some of their intentions all along. So it's really going to be a difficult challenge. They're going to have a media conference to explain this on Tuesday. Ironically, not at the Trump, but at the Dali museum, so surrealistic plot will have. Setting as they try to explain it on Tuesday. But I, I don't know I'm not sure how it really works. I'm not sure what they accomplished. I'm curious the timing to BUSTER. This is a very thorough. Well out group is, you know, everything they do they have a reason for it. They think out all the options, they think about all the implications this, this kind of put call cloud over their own team. That's playing well right now not particularly well because they just got walked off last night, but a team that's been playing well, those players were forced to answer questions about it yesterday. I was surprised that they did this in season. I was surprised. They did it so soon. Yeah. And there's some I saw some questions yesterday about the the group in Montreal. Why would the group in Montreal go along with this, and I feel like they answered, and that is obvious that for major league baseball is perspective? You're just dangling and Karen front of that group, and you can basically say, look just go along with whatever the conversation is just helpless. Go eventually, we'll work something out with you. We don't know if it's going to be the raise. We don't know if it's going to be an expansion team. But because. Montreal eventually wants to land at team villa, at least play along with the conversation. What do you think I think this is like a time warp and this is the late eighties. Nearly ninety minutes, the White Sox. The giants move into Saint Petersburg, Florida. I mean it's, it's right. We've been there done this before from the other side. So you, you're right because here's here's another question. Like you say about Montreal as as hard as they've worked as much as they've put into trying to get a team back the Bronfman name obviously, the royalty of owning the team there when it was the Expos in Montreal. Why would they settle for half of a team and why would they take themselves maybe add it the the number one position in the derby for an expansion team down the road for this. I don't I don't get that. So maybe as you say they're just told go along wink, wink. Nod nod, you'll be fine. Or maybe they're actually in on this plan, and it's a way to get their stadium, built knowing that, eventually come twenty Twenty-eight. They've been assured they'll either, get the raise as you say or they'll be restored to the number one position for an expansion team in the raise will go somewhere else. One of the questions last one for you then sort of hung over it for me. I wonder given the potential. Money's it's money at stake for what the, the race franchise could make in their next home. What the franchise value, how that could be augmented in their next home? If they went to a Montreal or Nashville. Sorry, I'm biased with that one. But. Why don't they just simply major league baseball and the race by out the contract? Now, your colleague, John Romano wrote in his column today, that the price would be exorbitant it feels like that. Ultimately, that's what will come down to why, why not just negotiate a buyout price and get the heck out of dodge. Well, I, I think that's certainly one of the avenues now, there is no set price. This lease was written as a result of being on the other side of potential relocations earlier. So I think the, the number that Saint Petersburg could set there's no definition. They could pick any number that, but say they picked ten billion dollars. I mean, what point does the raise negotiate down now they can threaten to have a miserable team and they can threaten to not put a penny into the Trump and making a miserable experience for the last two three four, five years of, of the use of what does that gain for anybody? I mean, they, they run down their own product too. So it is there a price at which would work. I would assume so to Saint Pete have other plans for that land. They could do a mess Radovan Saint Pete is a very vibrant community. Now, it's been undergoing a massive redevelopment in downtown. So could there. A number where it works if that's the open goal, I, I would assume so why waste time negotiating this kind of half step. Then if you're going to do the full step, you know, stomachs, quote yesterday was he remains committed to keeping baseball in Tampa Bay for generations to come. So at some point, one of those can't be true. Yeah. When, when I read that quota kind of reminded me of the free agent, you know, pending free agent who we all know is going to leave a team sand. Yeah. I you know, I'll definitely give him a shot to keep me. Okay. You just you just need to say that. Oh, all right, Mark. I appreciate it. Nice work on this. All right, anytime. Hi Fuster only here and my friends at marathon, are really helping you save. 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And it soon as I saw this yesterday at my initial thought was right away just listing all the potential complications. It almost feels re ridiculous even discuss seriously. I think the more the more important question. The more pertinent question for me is okay. What's really the end game? Here is it's negotiate some sort of exit is it's just try to, to, to break this whole situation out of the mud bog, but I just don't ever see a situation where team is actually doing that. How about you? Yeah, I have a really hard time about attending that this would actually take place. I do. I just don't I? Yeah. I think, you know, the thing that's funny is I so I did the Marlins from ninety seven to four and every single year we go to Montreal and play are nine or ten games, and every single year, it would be, hey, this is probably the last time you've got to come to Montreal. And, you know, look, I love going to that town. And I know that they're, they're, you know, nineteen ninety four. Is, you know, the place that people point to at cetera, but it's my long winded way of, of saying, I don't know that there's a solution here. I mean, e- even as complicated as it is both spots would need a new stadium. And you the way that you're trying to solve a problem in which let's be on both of these markets. Have struggled to support a team is to submit it between two markets that don't do a good job supporting a team that doesn't seem to make a con ascent. I, I know that we had a tendency with every year were removed from Montreal to look back on it fondly, and it is a wonderful city. But they spent a pretty extended stretch. And look, people can tweet and say, you know, that there are reasons that cetera some of it fine. But ultimately, you know, they went through extended stretches for the didn't that team wasn't all that. Well supported, and I don't I don't know. You know. You know that, that would solve anything even if you came up with the perfect logistical solutions to hammer this out. And man, it'd be challenging in terms of players and players living and the players sociation signing off on it here, you're talking about, you know, campus Saint, Pete doesn't do a great job of supporting the raise and then Montreal has an either sorry, this is my thought now. And I, I asked Mark the question why why don't they just major league baseball the raise given how much money potentially is at stake? If they moved the franchise, whether it's to Montreal or Nashville, or Portland or wherever just get into Roman hammer out, a buyout, you know, okay, what's it take to get out of the last ten years and move on given potentially how much money the race franchise could make I in total franchise value, plus the excitement level of whatever your next home is I that's, that's always been my question about this whole idea that they're locked into this lease or two thousand twenty eight go. Invite it out? There's no contract that can't be bought out. The other thing would be meditate on this. And again, you know, it's just sorta, you know, I guess you had the latitude to, to take it in a million different directions. But I mean the race had a stretch where they won, you know, ninety games four to five years. They've been good the last two years if you basically started with the stretch in two thousand and in two thousand and eight and move forward and did it in a market where they have support and a stadium. I mean they couldn't go. They could end up being one of the powers in the league just being supported a little bit. I mean like if the same thing had played out an and it was Baltimore like if they have been run the same way playing their home games in that ballpark playing with that crowds as. Man. I like it would be. We would be looking at that, that organization and that's franchise and such a totally different. There'd be some years, where I bet you, they would have ended up buying something that, you know, in this stretch, we would have never contemplated them buying. You know what I mean like just to add a piece here there. So I, I think that it's, you know, getting close to a time where they're going to at least have to look at doing something different because I feel like that the, you know the, the teams at least the last eleven years or so held up there into the bargain one hundred percent. I remember having a conversation with Andrew Friedman when he was head of baseball ops. With raise that, you know, I mean we're all used to hearing, so many stories about dysfunction in just about every organization of professional sports. And if you're talking about which organisation is the best in baseball in terms of symbiosis from the top down to the bottom, there's no doubt. The raise would be that team you know, was Stu. Obviously, Stu Sternberg obviously is a terrific job done. A terrific job fostering front office people now with Eric Neander in and in high bloom, and we know this, because every winter, what team gets rated more than just about any other franchise in about twenty five people were pulled out of the race organizations from other organizations like Iraq. Oh ball deli. Charlie toil, all those all those guys because the rays are so good at what they do, and it just hasn't worked so you can understand why they're looking for a new home, now on the other end of the spectrum in terms of functionality. We have the New York Mets who yesterday. All the struggles early in the year. You know, the fact they went all in this year, and they, they haven't played well, imagine fest itself, in the ridiculous firing in my opinion, pitching goes Dave island and bullpen coach Chuck Hernandez. They bring in Phil Regan, you know, who's eighty two years old now was for years. The terrific potent pitching coach of the Cleveland Indians. He was a manager for one year with the Baltimore Orioles. I covered them that year for the Baltimore Sun. He knows members of the Mets pitching staff from his work within the Mets organization. But the whole thing is just to me boob. Just another example of the ridiculous culture of blame that the Mets organization has I was getting text messages yesterday from people within the organization talking about it's worse than it's ever been a lack of leadership all that sort of stuff going on. Because when you watch this team play with, you know, arguably the worst defense in major league baseball, historically bad in its. Performance, especially on ground balls in the infield. Some of the guys that Brodie van wagon and their general manager brought in haven't played the way they expected them to play in the idea that you're going to put that on a pitching coach and bullpen coach. That's ridiculous. How did you feel when you saw this? I mean, it's amazing that we're still having this conversation. I feel like every couple years if the Mets, it's obviously reflect, you know, ownership, but I you know, I don't know. For as much focuses, there was on Gertie been wagon that I don't know that until that ownership group really allows a frontal office to just execute a plan and something with some type of, you know, long term vision, I think, we're just gonna keep seeing, but it is kinda comical, that it keeps keeps regressing like this and turning in this regard. I mean, look, I thought that there was a chance that they would end up being decent fifth year, once I saw the defense was a problem that didn't sneak up on the but I thought that there was a chance that they could maybe get a little lucky in and play well and be being the thick of things I will say, you know, when you look at their pitching, I've been surprise that. Yeah. I don't surprise. That the Graham has had the struggles that he's had. But, you know, alternately expect him to be when he was last year. And then I think the other thing, too, for me is men like four years ago, three four years ago, I thought Syndergaard would be the better pitcher. And he's look, he's than fine. But I just I've expected him to take another step. So there's a lot of things to sit there and, and kind of take in because look firing a pitching coach in the bullpen. Coach is absurd sit there and point the finger. Those guys for an also say, there's been at least I'd question development on the field of some guys. And I wonder about the progress that yeah that certain that certain players that made but beyond it, I just I don't know if the plan is like I don't know what they realistically think the plan is to put themselves in a position to contend. To compete for an extended period. Yeah. And I would agree with your assessment that, you know, all it's not about Brody bandwagon interest about the culture within the organization that shaped by Jeff and Fred wilpon, and they are the ones who need to change because if they don't change how they operate, and we've talked about in the podcast before how, how that's done certainly written about it. Then we're going to go through this cycle, where if they continue to lose, then you're gonna start reading whispers about Mickey Callaway again in hill, eventually get fired. And then at the end of the year is they look to two thousand twenty and you'll start to read whispers of Brodie van wagon. And the next one. And so, that's, that's where the ultimately were the change has to happen. And as I said, on the podcast yesterday anybody in this business to business of journalism, who writes those whispers about, well, you know, Jim disappointment in brody's performance oath. Stop. You can't do that. That's all the, the, the change has to come from above Brody. All right. Let's talk about what happened to Dodger Stadium yesterday. There was a lot of anticipation this game Madison. Bumgarner pitching against the dodgers for the first time since he and max Muncie had their dust up in the week leading up to this game. Max Muncie was wearing that t shirt that has the words on it. Go get it out of the ocean, which is what he said to Bumgarner after hit the ball into the water up in San Francisco. And Bruce Bochy giants manager address that before the game yesterday. Play with love. What latest championship throughout the poor team helped us get free green which? Dom is ask, but they. This man in the game. Now. Shirts. Poking the better. Poked bear enough. You can't be upset. It'd be bite back either. You know, something just let it go. Yeah. So that sound wasn't perfect. But what he basically said it. For those who didn't hear clearly said, hey, you know, t shirts. If you're gonna poke the berry can't be upset if the bear bite you well little while later after the game started in the first inning max Muncie came to the plate runner in scoring position on a two vaccine. And I got to give credit to, to Dita rule who plays the organ Dodger Stadium after months. He's RBI single. He played under the sea sitting on the dock of the bay smoke on the water during Bumgarner bad played cake by the ocean the ocean. And the next time max Muncie came up. He played mad world boop. So you gotta love that trolling of behalf of the dodger Oregon organised. Right. That's pretty good. You know, this is this is just one of those things we're going to go around and round, and it's, it's a, it's a tired conversation. I'm tired of arguing on the. The side for just everybody needs to just not worry about everybody else. And when you give up the home run, you know, the guy looks at it. He's not like my biggest thing in these spots. Is that got too many guys take it as bleak you when it's just pay them happier. Hey, that's cool. Don't make it about you. And it's competition. And next time you're getting ready to get them out and get them out. That's it. And as far as the, you know, going forward, I think the, you know, the more interesting thing, imagine Bumgarner is will they trade him. What can they get for them? And then. What type of impact can he realistically have 'cause I don't know the answer to that. I don't know what he's really capable of delivering and I do know the answer, they are going to trade him, regardless of, of what they're going to get return. He's headed for free agency in the fall. So they're going to push a deal across the finish line, at some point, but it starting to remind you a little bit of you Darvish a couple years ago when the beginning of the trade period, you know, folks, like me, we're talking about how the Rangers would make a killing and they were going to get a lot in return and Darvish had some ugly outings and his value drop down. And in the end, the Rangers wound up taking sixty cents on the dollar in trade return from the dodgers Madison. Bumgarner has line last night. Moog three and two thirds innings ten hits six runs. One walk and three strikeouts in. I think you'd agree with me. We've talked about this before this, a one time a year when small sample size can really matter in his last three starts the hard hit rate against Bumgarner has spiked every one of. His last restarts. The hard hit rate is fifty five point six percent. Boo guy was looking at this this morning. He has the highest rate of hard hit balls of any starting pitcher in baseball at forty seven percent. Those are things that teams are looking at I'm sure numbers like that are scaring away teams in the American League like the Yankees. And look, he, he still has time to turn it around, you know, if he has to dominate outings, yet, that could absolutely change the conversation. But man, it's not trending in the right way for the giants. No, I agree. And then the nerd in me'do also thinks about this. And that is, is there some team out there? I'm not saying it's the Astros. But is there some team out there that yes gets hyper focus on? There's a hard hit rate and really doing decide into I mean look bottom line like Justin Verlander. It should be noted towards the end of his Tigers career is last probably ten starts were really good. However, the Astros did have an idea about how they could help him in the same way in an idea about how they can help. Garrett Cole and it's not like they're the only ones out there using the high speed cameras and red Soto and all the other data. So I do think and I'm just throwing that out there that I agree that, that the, the hard hit rate is troubling and. I'm just saying. I think it's interesting, if there is a team out there that thinks, hey, we might have a fix for that a hundred percent. In fact, we're going to be talking with Austin meadows coming up here, and that was one of the questions I was gonna ask him about was about Justin Verlander. And, you know, the information the answers brought to him did the raise bring something to, to awesome. Because that now becomes part of every trade made in baseball. And so maybe some team is looking at Bumgarner same man. You gotta throw your curb all more, or you have to peach to the inside more, you got to pitch the outside more, whatever it is. You know that whatever team acquires him is going to have a plan. Two more quick ones for you, Bryce Harper yesterday. The Phillies are slumping Bryce Harper's been in a real struggle for for twenty four over the previous eight games. And after he was moved to the leadoff spot. If for yesterday's game gave Kappler insisted the move had nothing to do with his struggles. And he said, this was designed to spark the Philadelphia Phillies in when I saw. Aw, this one. I put that through the BS meter. I just don't think that the case obviously the trying to shake him free. What gave said. But the other thing, too is man book, we've seen this before, like put Bryce Harper in the leadoff spot to try to shake him up. That's what the nationals did last year. I gotta tell you, I've never. Bryce Harper confuses me in a way that I he, he is confounding to me, in terms of inconsistency in performance, like and when I mean, but look. You know, the one problem with the way, most people think baseball is that the guy has to eighty they think he's gonna hit two eighty every single month. And that's not the way it works. A guy who is two eighty more often than not is gonna hit two nine in April. He's going to ten in may. And then he's gonna hit three forty in June and on and on, and you end up getting sick to eight so there is some inconsistency for sure like guys are going to go up and down. It doesn't but Bryce Harper man, like I still think of him as the guy that could put up the best so PS in the game, and he has. But I just I don't understand who this guy is right now who slugging four fifty. I just don't. And he, and he, he's doing it and like you know in today's game you know normally four ninety six for slugging like the league average is like four twenty but a four ninety six slug is good. But we're ninety six slug when slugging is available like in today's game, the avail. Lable commodities power. Okay. We know that. And. So, so that level of like if he's going to slug six hundred then it's like, wow, let's get our hands on them. And yet, I still perceive him as a guy who's a Munster, and he goes through these stretches where he just gets lost. And I, I still don't you know, I said this before I mean like so BUSTER, like Mike trout next year. And that's not fair to compare these. But there's so many guys you could do this with if we sat down and did what would Bryce Harper slash line v necks year, and then we did it with Nolan Oren auto. And I mean, whatever level of player you wanted to, but I have no idea what rice Harper mean right now, I'm looking at it Bryce Harper slash to forty three three fifty seven four fifty two and he told me next year he was going to go to seventy four twenty five eighty I wouldn't even bat an eye. But that's worlds of difference from what he's doing. Doing this year. It's just I'm just, it's he's really interesting. It's very different replace of his caliber to be all over that the place and not find at least the consistent few years of these just doing this, this, this. I mean when you look at career Opie S's I mean here, moving by a hundred points if not more like every year, it goes from eleven hundred a ten to one thousand two eight ninety this year. It's eight I mean it's all over the place. Don't get the same player. It's weird man. A really is. And you, you and I being stats nerds. Love numbers like this. We don't necessarily love the results. But the, the, the shifts in this you mentioned about the change in him. He used to be like ten eleven percent. Swing and miss rate this year. It spike to fifteen and a half percent. Think about this book of all the hitters in major league baseball qualify for the batting title. This year. He has his seventh lowest rate of contact. I mean you and I have watched the play and it's clear he's getting attacked with fastballs, and he's struggling with that adjustment. But you figure that's something you typically seen a player who's thirty two not a player who's is his age. So it'll be interesting to see how he adapts and how he just and how gate Kappler tries to pull him out of it before you go and want to run this poll question for this week passed you who was the best player in coordinators history. This is one of the more impossible these poll questions. Was it, Bob Gibson, Rogers Hornsby, STAN Musil Albert pools? All right. So I like this means nothing but the voice in my head, as soon as you sit, you set it with Sam usual that was the first thing that popped into my head. So I keep that's so I that's the first thing that pop that pops into my head, I, I, I think. Yeah, I guess I'm inclined to go position player for his as great as Givi was, you know, from usual, the, the power average combo, obviously, you know, pools was that similar type of player, but I think I would say, STAN Musial, okay. Yeah. And that's the, the reason of course, for the question is that our pools returning to Saint Louis with the angels for the first time since he left his a free agent. It'll be really interesting tonight to see what sort of reception. He gets, you know, the people Saint Louis vogue. He's going to get cheered. Yes. Absolutely. They're gonna love on him. And they should I mean you know, I still remember, I was doing spring training games and with in Jupiter and the Marlins and the and the cardinals replaying. And this young kid was gonna make their team and play kind of all over the place. And Tony the Roussy was just figuring out a spot. And he just he turned into one of the. Absolute monsters in the sport. Absolutely incredible. Yeah. And, you know, the fact that he left is a free agent. He took more money with the angels than what the cardinals are willing to pay. I think that's so foreign the past, and we're so close to the end of Albert's career that cardinals fans you might hear one or two booze on your broadcast tonight. But I it's resoundingly going to be cheers. I totally agree with you. Thanks for doing this. And again, thanks for playing hurt for us, thank cluster. Possum meadows, hitting three wait for the Tampa Bay rays this year, slugging percentage of five sixty one Austin, thanks for joining the show. Thank you for having me. So the other day the American League all star voting the latest balloting was released in your teammate. Tommy fan is been. Outspoken in saying that he feels like that players in the raise. Sometimes don't get as much attention from the big markets. What I thought was interesting when I was looking at the voting the other day you're having a terrific season, and you're actually had Mookie Betts and Aaron judge, which jumped out to me. I, I don't know how aware of, of the voting you're you are, and how much you following it. But if in fact, he saw that, what was your reaction? Yeah. I've been pretty aware of it. You know, just the social media, you know, and stuff like that. But it's, it's definitely really cool. You know, you know, just in general, just to be talked about, you know, in within, you know, Mike trout. And in these great players this game. It's, it's definitely true. Honor just to be even talked about what those guys, you know, I grew up, I grew up, I've always, you know, I've really watched those guys who followed their careers and just to be talked about with them. It's, it's a true blessing. So a lot of times now when guys moved from one team to another in trade. And you were traded, of course, from the pirates last year there, then the acquiring team always brings a lot of new information to the player in that think the best example that in recent years is Justin Burland going from the Tigers the Astros, and the answer saying, hey, here's what we see in you. Here's what we think could work for you. How much of that happened when you went over the race? Yeah, it was good. You know, they, they welcomed me with open arms of. With the rays, and, you know, they kinda the same thing you know, they basically, you know, they said, here's you know, here's this, and here's what we're going to work on it. We're going to get you better. And that's that's, that's what you know, if their sole purpose was they wanna get me better. You know, in that, that's a, you know, I was really blessed to be in that position to be able to come over here and then wanted me to get better nation every aspect to the game. Not just one thing. So we've been continue to work on that, and it's been, it's been going really, well, what are couple of things in particular that they brought to you that helped you out? Yeah. You know outfield play bass running. You know in our hitting coach Chad. He's, he's, he's great. You know he's really fun to work with. We have a lot of fun together and you know, it's been really good. You know. And especially, you know, stuff me I feel just getting quicker breaks and trying to get the ball quicker and trying to make all the plays in so far this year, I feel like I'm you know, I'm comfortable out there, whether it's, you know, guy like me can kind of play, you know, leftfielder right field. So being able to have those guys helped me out and, and try to get as many recipes I can in batting practice is really, you know, has really helped me tell me about what you've learned from Kevin cure Meyer, who you know, in the time, I've gotten to know there's nobody more passionate about playing defense than him in the way that he prepares the way that he thinks about defense what have you drawn from him? Yeah. Kevin's great. He he's a lot of fun to be around, and he, he's a great leader. He's he's, he's gonna go out there. He's going to give you a hundred percent each and every night. You know, and that's, that's the fun part watching him play. Play. And he's gonna he's an amazing defender. You know, he's having a great year. So we, we enjoy being around Kevin. We have great chemistry man, and it's it's been a lot of fun. And we continue in games, you know, because he's, he's been up there and bin leading us to just have fun out there. And that's kind of what it's been been about how how much communication do you guys have out in the outfield during the course of a game. We have a pretty good communication. You know nothing that all started from spring training. You know, we know that there's a lot of statements here that that's going to be loud and stuff like that. So we do our best to, you know, communicate as much as we can. But yeah, I mean, we're, we're really good out there. You know with especially with the guys, you know rotating in the outfield. You know from, you know, you're a year mill Heredia, abseil Garcia, me Tommy, you know, Kevin said, there's a lot of rotations going on. So a better communication, we have the better. We know each other personally, you know, it helps us helps us out there in the outfield. What were some of your first impressions last summer when you first got to the raise about the team the organization? I was started, you know, honesty was, you know, I think here, the raise with them being able to win you know ninety games last year. You know it was just an exciting time. That'd be come over here and just to be up here. I know I came up through the last two weeks of the season and just the excitement in the clubhouse, you know them winning that winning atmosphere. That's what it's all about. You know, if you're in the bay leads winning games, so be able to come over here. They welcomed me with open arms, and it was, you know, it's an exciting time now as a player, some players that I've covered through the years of told me they don't like to follow trade. Rumors. They try to block it out. Other players say that they're baseball fans in the absolutely are locked into it. You mentioned the fact that, you know, you see in follow the all star voting in social media. How would do you follow trade? Rumors if at all. You know, I I, I actually deleted a lot I kind of stay away from social media throughout the season. You know, I know there's a lot. Yeah. There's a lot going on positive negative all sorts of things in between. So for me, I try to stay away from it as much as I can, you know, trade, rumors and things going on and all this kind of stuff. So for me. I just try to really try to separate the game. You know when I'm at the field obviously worried about baseball worry about winning. And then when I'm off the field, just, you know, try to try to live my life, the best, I can, and try to be a, you know, a normal person how hard is that to cut cut off from social media, because it feels like everyone in the world. You know, is staring at their phone. Yeah, it's tough. It really is. I think the biggest thing that helped me was deleting the apps, you know, getting rid of getting rid of all the things that I can to just try to stay away from it. You know, there's there's always negative things out there. And for me, I just felt like you know, getting those negative things out of my life and just trying to keep the positivie throughout at all. You know, I think that's kind of helped me this year. Who's a player on another team that you've been talking about hitting about sort of picking their brain and learning something from their knowledge. Probably fan. He's a he has an amazing work ethic. He's so much fun to be around it. He we always teach their brains about hitting, we really do. You know, and he's always in the cage always sitting at tea and, you know, he, he leads by Zampa Leo. And that's, that's what the work at the comes from. That's what the the great seasons having. You think that all comes from where his work ethic, can the work he puts into the cage, you know? And we're always talking about hitting and I think that's only making not only me better, but a lot of his team. Oh, a lot of teammates around him for sure. All right. Awesome. Well, congrats on your start. Hopefully seeing Cleveland at the all star game. All right. Your thanks a lot. Thanks again to Austin meadows we obviously did that interview before news broke about the race possibly playing half their games in Montreal Bleacher tweets. All right. Muster Lee Patrick Sullivan leads us off on this Friday podcast. He's at the L P S beaten says BUSTER, it's not unreasonable to think that Justin Verlander can win two or three more Cy Young awards. Okay. As well as two or three more World Series. Big things Houston. If that's the case whose cap will just in wear in Cooperstown to start h or the old English Dc Li I think your little aggressive, and look, I think I think ver- Lander is going to be good for a long time. We talked about how no one Ryan is hero, because he could be a power pitcher into his forties. And it ain't Justin as a chance to do that. But I don't know I still feel like we're at least five years away from even having that conversation about whether or not Houston would supersede the Tigers. What do you think Josh? Yeah. I, I would agree. Listen, if he has this kind of stretch that lia's prognosticating where he wins. Yeah. More World Series and three more Cy youngs in the next five years. God bless them. Not only would he go down as probably the greatest. Astro of all time, and where the starred h into the hall of fame. But man, I mean that'll be one of the most marvelous three or stretch three to five year stretches of all time. Marc Sherman at shark Merman says guys have Mike trout was in the National League. Would he be ahead of yellow chin Bellinger in the MVP race? Now, I think they'd all be in the same same area by talking about voting and trout is beginning to run away with the American League MVP award, but yellow Tim Bellenger having terrific seasons. I think the voting be close among those three agreed eater of batting helmet. Nachos is at kayaking Smith says week one you refer to the NFL east as the gladiator pig Billy's struggles in the way the Mets and NATs have looked as of late, is there a chance? It returns to the competition, we all wanted to see or is it just going to end up being three teams beating up on each other? Yeah nachos. Thanks for reminding me that. We'll get a little excited about the nationalities. I think everybody was. Fairness to myself to be honestly. Josh, I think the Braves are going to run away with this division it like I mean, they have absolutely put it together. They're gathering momentum. And there will be a day when it's breaking news. The Braves of acquired a reliever that team is dynamite, where the Phillies clearly starting to work through some issues. I feel only team that has catcher Braves quite Franco. The nationals, and now would be quite a story that would be quite as door after the way they started the season if they're able to track down the Braves, but I agree with you. I think the Braves are really going to separate themselves you in more than they have lifting spirits is at Dan, Mike, twelve. He says BUSTER with the NBA draft last night. Is there any player in the majors pastor present that you knew was a sneaky, good basketball player? My first thought goes to Mike trout says, Dan. Now my trout strength from what I've heard any. He was a good basketball player in high school. But everyone says, and I've had evaluators tell me this baseball valuator that if he played football he'd be a free safety in the NFL right now. There's no doubt in their mind that he would have been an impact NFL player. Sneaky good. I always heard stories about David Wells, really, really good basketball player. Yeah. Boomer one eight one he wanted to weed light it up. I tell you, the current guy who. And we saw the highlight of him shooting in the spring, Nolan are not. Oh, you get the feeling would like rip your head off going after rebound. Right. It would be fun to watch him play like a full court game. Or there was, you know, the whole world it steak, he would be the guide bet on baseball Jose altuve, vague out there. Doolittle Muggsy Bogues action, that would be funny. I would take over all due respect does a honestly when I saw this question my first thought was, I would have bet my house that you were going to say, Tony Gwynn, but I guess, a lot of people know that I never saw Tony play basketball player really. Yeah, I never saw Tony. Well, it was before my time when he played San Diego State. So very cool. Very cool. Finally, Austin LeClair at big red ten forty four says the college World Series Twitter asked who or what would responsible for getting you interested, and passionate about baseball what was it for you? That made you love the game BUSTER. I'll let you start. Josh first time I went to a game little kid probably six seven years old and just kind of walking up that ramp, you see the colors you smell, it just kind of the that, that experience you get from all five. Senses, the first time you go to a ballpark, we've all had the thrill of experiencing NAT at least most of us have, and as a little kid there really is nothing more magical. And then you start to follow the team as a result of that, just because you're a member. How fun that first memory was? And then it's only naturally fall in love with it. I would either thank or blame my parents, depending on your perspective on how this played out. I think the fact that I was so isolated grownup in this dairy farm, when nothing close no television, it was like baseball was like a drug for me. I just craved in and I couldn't I couldn't watch any games. I listen to games on the radio, but then the signal would begin to bounce after eight o'clock, and you're going along and I could buy baseball cards. But I, I have to. Save up money like twenty dollars a month was my allowance doing chores on the farm, and I'd have to bite three and a half miles and bike three and a half miles back to get them any well, see it's so funny. You say that. I'm telling you, it was a lot. Like if I took you you'd be like, yeah, okay, you're right. You really isolated. Anyway. So I just think that, that craving when I was a kid. God, I can't wait for my next bit of baseball that, that, that definitely played a role in this not. That's definitely unique. I mean I it's this day and age. And, and I'm not trying to poke fun. But your generation, the fact that you weren't really able to watch baseball games and had to listen to them on a on a spotty radio signal that definitely is unique. And oh my God. That seemed Garvey looking, and there's an image of Steve Garvey. I haven't seen him since last October is the all star game might go there. News. And what a handsome dude. He was very good. Very cool answer. Very cool Bleacher tweets. Keep them coming us. Dash Bleacher tweets. Yeah. Baseball players were gods to make grown up on that farm. Yeah. It was sort of embarrassing. That's it for today. That's it for this week. My, thanks today to Austin meadows, too shabby to Mark Topken to Josh macrey, who produces podcast every day. I have a great day everybody. Thanks for listening. Have a great weekend. Remember, we've got the angels and the cardinals on Sunday night baseball. Thanks for listening to the baseball tonight podcast. If you're playing fantasy baseball, don't forget to listen to the fantasy focus podcast checkout, all podcasts at ESPN dot com slash pod center. Baseball night the podcast.

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Because there's so much heightened anxiety and that can easily drive a wedge between romantic partners were dealing with so much right now job loss childcare not having childcare staying at home not having our meantime about having our space you know financial concerns and if there's already problems in your relationships it's probably not making much better right now but we still have to deal you guys. We don't have the distractions that we used to have. So I just want to give you some tips here. That could be helpful now. The first thing is we're out those logistics early on so your home is your office. Your office is your home and like now. Your coworker is actually the person you're sleeping with. So we gotTA DRAW BOUNDARIES EARLY. Like we're all just go insane so I think the night before or the morning. You're like what does your day look like and you cleared out like who's GonNa be in what room. What does the person need make plans? I know you've never had to do this before. But we're all figuring it out day-to-day now something else that works. I'm telling you you can probably hear this lap. But he does work even if you do it in passing you can train your brain to be grateful the extra grateful I know. It's Corny but if you can work on writing down or just thinking in your head when you're partners driving you insane three things you love about your partner. I know the sounds Super Corny. You guys but when you just even if it's like Oh yeah. I love the way you know. They always remember do special things on my birthday. Are I love the way they laugh our love how they're kind they are two strangers? I mean it could just be things like that. You have a Go-to note on your phone or somewhere that you can remember the things that you're grateful for your partner. Bilden LEGITIMATE QUALITY TIME. Now even if it feels like you're together right now twenty four seven because you are you have to find the quality time you have to figure out like what is quality versus just for hanging out together. We're doing everything together. It's putting the phones away. Maybe it's like playing a game you know having your exercising together having a Cooking together doing things that you know. It's still at your date night. It's still like something. That's don't make assumptions because you're seeing each other that there isn't like a quality time even if it's like an hour something now on the week half hour in the day but also you got to carve out alone time so whatever that looks like to you it's like we have to get better at scheduling in. I've been struggling with this because I've always had by team and the office to go into and while I'm not quarantined with anybody to find the time to separated it to stick to a schedule about like this is what I'm going to make calls and this is what I'm gonNA walk in. This is what I'm GONNA do. All these things is not easy. His it also. Under normal circumstances we have lots of time away from our partners but right now if they're always around we all need that alone time even though it feels like we're all very low so you guys. This is like a really big thing that I've learned that we have to ask for what we need. Now this takes practice and what I want to say about. This is like asking for what you want. And a lot of our need smaller. And then we get into this routine of being passive aggressive and it becomes such a routine at our lives that we actually believe that. Were satisfied with pink passive aggressive. It's like a habit like oh there they go again not asking me if I want coffee early. Go How's that coffee must be good for you. I didn't want any because we're so used to it. But this kind of things could be so triggering especially in a relationship and so I believe that if we can just practice and this is actually great for a life post quarantine asking for what you need asking for what you want. Do you know what you want. And if you could just check in with yourself and say. Is this really what I want right? Now what do I want and I don't think we even realize sometimes that we put our needs. You know we put our needs second or third or fourth but just saying you would need right now. I really need this alone time. I really need this room for myself. I'd love to watch what I WANNA watch right now. I'M GONNA go for a walk alone. I know we have to get over the fear that we're going to upset somebody we've to get over the fear that they're going to be disappointed because if we don't take care of ourselves and we don't prioritize our needs right now. I guarantee that no one else is going to do it for us. And this is the truth all the time so let that once again because that is a practice and what happens is the more you actually ask for what you want. Your realized that it's actually get your needs met more. It's not as hard as you think. Even though it's uncomfortable at first and it becomes more habit and you actually start to get your needs met. And it's It's a behavior pattern change and it's pretty inspiring and remarkable. When you feel like I'm actually getting my needs met now. The other thing is feel the losses and validate them like. This is a weird time network. Ed this is unprecedented. Nobody knows what to do. Nobody does the right thing right now. I think we all have our own ways of dealing. I think we all have things that we are concerned about. This is the least people interact with our friends. You know some people are winning. Quarantine somebody warlike. I'm loving my family and we're all in this together and you know spending more time. There are definitely silver linings here but it's also K. To feel sad that you are you know activities that you enjoy love like I know. A lot of people really miss the jam. They really miss their friends. They missed their coffee shop. They missed you know relatives and all those things and I and I think it's okay to feel loss and then to validate them like it's okay now to feel those emotions. I think a lot of us are still used to pushing things down and feeling like our our losses. Don't matter especially because some people have it way worse. You ever do that like those friends like well. We could be New York right now. You know people in New York. We could be other places and you know. My friend's MOM is in New York. And she's you know alone in apartment in her seventies a tiny apartment and can't go outside and you know some of us are in California are warmer places are like we all have people. Sick people are dying. There's a lot of stress and trauma right now. It's almost like we're all going through this universal trauma or not even at the PTSD part yet. Because I think we're still in it so the more we can say it's okay for me to feel whatever feeling right now and then like validate that is important for healing right now. Okay guys next thing is finally go to therapy remotely because we all have the timer now and you know that. I am a huge fan. Therapy has been an ongoing beam. I probably talk about it every single show but we certainly have time right now. There are extra hours bill to the day hours. We'd spend commuting or working strengthen your relationship find a couples therapist near you. They're all doing zoom calls and you could probably do at our the day you could do it on the weekends. I'm doing well with my therapist. You know I haven't talked to her in a while but I'm going to check in and it's kind of like that. It's like a maintenance and it's really great for couples. Maybe you guys are doing well. Right now you're thriving but but finding someone to help you because I guarantee there's GonNa be ups and downs to this and I always say it's best to go to therapy when things are in crisis so if it's something that's been on your bucket list. It's actually available for you now to do therapy remotely with therapist. Best with your partner without having faded into your schedule in a way that used to work before and the way that we've been more challenging before all right. Let's talk about online dating right now. You guys this is A. There's this has been getting a lot of play lately. Everyone wants know what is going to happen with dating will video. Daddy become the normal. Now I've always said this. I believe that if you're dating online for however you're dating right now it's it's video makes sense like use facetime. I believe that texting is just. I can't tell chemistry overtaxed we somebody could be an excellent texter. But I've met them or see them. They're not that interesting. Unlike can we just go back to texting like across the table? Like across the you know not in the same room. Because that's when you were interesting but I think during a virtual face to face it's way easier to tell like. Do we have chemistry and get that. Nothing's GonNa beat in real life like when you meet that person real life but in the beginning find out. Is there a connection here to Minnesota video chat rather than ours ours drinks or discomfort or feeling like? When's the way they're gonNA come get the check and I think also. I hope this actually continues. We go back to life in our new life that I think it makes sense that these waste a lot of tie without knowing somebody sitting them through a date so so it is saying that major dating APPs have responded to the coronavirus in their ways. Tinder issued an in APP card kirk social distancing and made tinder passport. That people can match an any location. So now they're doing is they're saying we don't care what state you're in. What Country Ryan? You can match anywhere because people really are starting relationships now from anywhere. You doesn't matter if you're cross the street or across the world you can still connect bumble. So bumbled also. They've also launched a video feature so you can do the video in the APP so you don't have to give your phone number which I get. We don't WanNa do that for sure. So it says over the past weeks There's more increase matches unhinge. He said there's a surge in online dating an online dating right now. It's kind of like the new coughing season because we're all home and many singles are separated from friends and family. So dating APPs do provide another layer of Human Connection Coffee Bagel popular APPs at seventeen percent of US users have voice calls with their matches their having voice calls now or not texting and then nine percents had more video calls. So I think that there's also more meeting full in our conversations. Interactions Right now and I think that's a good thing you know you're looking for the bright side of all these things. I think. A lot of times relationships starts when it becomes really physical before we know somebody were not having the you know difficult conversations I or the intimate conversation so right now there is a. We're all sort of level playing field the same place where we're like. We're all suffering some kind of lost some kind of change and so having a a real connection with someone into saying here. I am at my house talking to you from couch. You know what makes your heart seeing? What's what's important to you and that that could be the way that we could be set up where we get to meet them right now. We get to actually see who they are. Now there's another APP that launched in two thousand nineteen in October called blindly. It says that strangers can have three minute video calls to vibe. Check the chemistry the potential match. So that's called blind lead. Some people say that you know they're fearful that it's kind of like chat roulette thing member of the two thousand nine where you just kept. It kept chatting around and they became like. Oh I don't know you'd see someone's like penis all of a sudden not what happened wasn't safe but they're saying that the video chats are blurred district way the fake and superficial aspects of online dating world. And I've been thinking to. It says here that considered APP version of the reality series. Love is blind. Which if you guys didn't see love is blind it was it's it's probably the most popular shows in the last year except for now. Tiger King is is ruling. That is kind of steamrolling over. Love is blind but it was kind of like a quarantine like dating show. Somehow mirrors. What's happening now? And people weren't allowed to see each other and they were just talking and hearing other voices in rooms in these pods and then they give. Some of them got married. So it's not so crazy that you might find someone right now during this crazy outbreak our guys sex toy sales are booming and it's the Internet connected toys during Cofer Nineteen. Would you spend three hundred thirty nine dollars interactive mail masturbaters slash vibrator that would simulate sex with your partner from hundreds of miles away? Well that's a lot of money but people are doing it now. They are upping their game. They're buying toys that allow them to connect with others. So it's force couples from all over the world to socially distance and sex toy brands. There's emerging field you guys. I've talked about this. Tele dildo necks. Love that word. Kinda rolls off her tongue. Talent deal done X. Something about it I love especially with that would have talented done. Tell Donna means is. It's essentially a term used to describe HIGH TECH INTERACTIVE INTERNET CONNECTED. Sex Twice. And there's been a big uptick in conversations around the topic which not just here at sex with emily. But I've been talking to you guys about the we vibe toys for years. And they launched their their. We connect a few years ago. But now it is. A APP enabled product beating that. You buy one of their toys. Make sure it's the ones that are abducted and you launched. The apple has a video chat. You've chief feature your partner can connect to it. You either both have toys or you. Could one of you could have a toy and then your partner? Jane control the toy anywhere in the world. And I think this makes sense especially if you've won for both of you can control each other and hey sex toys could be the sure thing and is another level of intimacy and its novelty. Which a lot of us are craving anyway. So no surprise there. There has been a surge in toys says in the month of March loan secretary revenue in Italy. Spain and France has outpaced projected goals by hundred twenty four percent France three hundred percent and Spain ninety four percents. Okay this is great. You Guys Fetish Company donates entire stock of caused late scrubs to UK hospital so kinky costly company donated its entire range of fetish medical scrubs to UK. Hospital saying the staff were desperate because of a sort shortage will fighting that coronavirus pandemic so costly meaning. It's kind of role. Play in Kink and medical fetish is a really common fetish. People like that is I would say is one of the top kinks summer dress up as a doctor summoned us as the patient and so they had all these like scrubs and masks and they were so desperate they just sent it to him. So you know. I think that's just great because I was actually thinking. I've got a lot of masks at my house from all the Kinky things people send me like all the different Manufacturers who make like masks and they make a beginner bondage kits and just you know. I'm always talking about like wearing a blindfold. The a lot of them are masks as well. So it's funny to see that they're actually doing this so there are tiny company. That did this. And they're kind of a last resort supplier to the National Health Service this time of crisis and the reason why we were having such A. We wear so needing scrubs right now because we have a decade of chronic underfunding cuts for healthcare and funny quote by them as they never thought the heroes we'd need in these strata times would be from the sex industry but here we are and it makes sense to me because Well another note about sex is that it is the great equalizer. The great connector. We are all connected. Do our desire and our ability to be sexual beings and to crave intimacy and connection. And so that's why right. Now we are. You know I'm hearing from you. Guys more guys are setting he emails with your questions which I love to feedback at sex with EMILY DOT com. Because I really want us all to To be here for each other and to help us through this however we can all right. There's an online sex party. During the Crow Crow device pandemic hosted on video conferencing sites like Zoom. They have a similar format to real life. Fetish parties dress up dancing getting down dirty. So what happened during this online sex party? Is everyone drink fetish gear? This was I did not go to this reported. Everyone's wearing fetish wear lingerie or nothing. Some had disco lights others. A female female couple had come prepared with the disarmament of whips and paddles. One woman even bathe herself a corona virus themed Latex Surgical Mask to break the ice the paint a game of never have I ever which by the way always a great icebreaker even for your regular parties. At the questions were sexual from the get-go this was followed by a game of dares directed at everyone so no one felt singled out. They were simple like make a sex toys. Online sex parties are testament to the brilliance of human creativity in a crisis and for otherwise introverted people to their sexuality in a real time they never have considered if the pedic had happened. The Crow Device pandemic is force people if they got side the box when it comes to many aspects of day to day. Lives and Sachs's no exception. The party did wonders for my mental health. She says allowing me to be new people who I'd love to party within real life when Oliver. Hey just like dating guys. She wanted to try sex party. Probably find mine. And I'm GonNa assume that you find them online the same places that you find other ones which I often talk about and you could also go to sex with how. We've got a lot of information there about sex parties and how to find these things but some of the websites one is called fat life. Nother one is called Cassidy and there's also meet ups like literally every city. There's a meet up So I just google. It sounds like they're happening. It's a thing she would want to try it out. Why not dip your toe into the sex party thing now? Now the thing about data you guys Sugar Daddy. Dating in Massachusetts up eighty six percent. Sugar Daddy sites increase it online. Dating there is a long day of saying tinder and bumble. Not the only ones seeing it seeking arrangement is the world's largest sugar daddy web Website increase interested partners. Both people WANNA stay connected. If you're single. You're home all day by yourself. Need to feel like you can still make people even still engage. You can still be social worldwide. The site has seen an increase of seventy four percent compared to this time last year Massachusetts. That number's higher eighty six percent. So I guess it worked. We're saying is it's physical distancing but not social distancing and. I think that's important. Especially if you're like an introvert or Sony hasn't offered reach out. You have to be intentional right now. About making connections is just a side note. I have found that I could go days because I'm alone without actually talking to people that are important to me not days but every day feels like a week now and. I have to be like tomorrow this time. I'M GONNA talk to people connect so there has been increased. 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I am so excited to let you know you can now hear sex with only live five days a week on Sirius. Xm radio you'll find stars Channel One. Oh nine Monday through Friday at five to seven. Pm Pacific eight to ten PM Eastern. But don't worry the podcast staying right here. My brand new radio show will have everything you love about sexual emily and more because every day. I'll be interviewing guests sharing the latest news and my favorite part taking your calls live on the air two hours every weekday if you're Sirius. Xm subscriber you already know how great it is never tried it. Get a free trial for thirty days. Just go to sex with EMILY DOT COM SLASH S X M. That's sex is only dot com slash S. Xm today to try Sirius. Xm For yourself. See there this is from Amanda Thirty Three in Florida. Hi Emily my boyfriend. I'd been dating for a few years now and live apart. The corn is taking a toll at least on me but before all of this we were hitting sex lull. Not as often as we used to. Our schedules weren't lining up and I was exhausted from working so much. He's not then to Jerry Talk. But we used a a lot when we first started dating. He's not comfortable with sexy now since we haven't done it in a long time and is an technology to face time or anything. I don't know how to convince him to come out of his shell to try anything new. It's getting really frustrating. That he doesn't want to try anything but I also don't WanNa push you hard that he draws away any suggestions. You might have thanks. Emily Oh Amanda. I've always adjustments for you. Because first off I get it. It can be so frustrating so frustrating. We're trying to talk about you. Know trying to talk about her sex life trying to get our partners to try something different and they just shut it down. They shut it down and they don't want to try new anything new. But here's the thing you is. We have a new normal now and it's changing every day. We have to adjust to this new way of living in every aspect of our lives including our sex life. So here's a thing. I believe that you guys are in a relationship. You've been dating for few years. And he thinks that your sex life is important and I would think that you'd think your intimacy is important so lot times our partner does shuts down the idea of sex Of a new idea trying something because they feel awkward. They feel like you know he's like you know if I sax I'M GONNA fail at it. We haven't done in a while and and and I think that facetime sex is a whole new a whole new thing for people and but basically remember that. This is a new skill for him like he hasn't done it feels really awkward So I think that you could practice with them and make it fun like I think that if you're like hey let's sex more. Hey let's facetime more. And he feels like Oh God. I'm going to be bad at it. This is a new skill. You can practice with them. You can make it fun. Like let him know like. Hey this is what I think. A sex would look like our. Here's here's how we would you know. Do facetime sex. Because I think that people might have this this idea about you know video sex world. We're going to turn the camera and you're gonNA be soon there. Stark naked will know facetime. Sex skype. Sex is just like regular sex is going to be a little foreplay. Maybe you have a drink I together. Maybe eat dinner. And then you kind of flirt and you tease and maybe you do a strip tease. Maybe he plays strip strip game like a card game or something and you and you and you you ease into it but I think letting him know how important it is to you and how it really makes you feel more connected to them and that it doesn't have to escalate so quickly. Maybe you wanted to have you know. Talk about your sex life. Maybe you have a few calls where you're just saying like this is what I'm into or these are some things that would be hot. Maybe you have a call. One night we talk about you know. Here's a top three most memorable times. We had sex. Tommy what yours are and you start to enhance intimacy that way and I think also just letting him know like practicing sexting with him letting him know what would it feels like. Do you and again how it makes you feel more connected I feel like my suggestions are in the most Kerr encouraging loving way neutral in town and even more supportive than negative as an as we we. We give justice your partner. We let them know we want. And it comes across as passive aggressive or you never WANNA sex. You never want to try anything new which you know a source way to get someone to do something so the more encouraging you can be I love the slept bought APP. You guys it is a free APP by a company called juice box and literally the text me all the time it took it. You can practice sexting K. And also check out a lot of the information about facetime video sex but I think he'll come along. Amanda just gotTa give them a little bit time to warm up to it. Remember if he's never sex never facetime. This goes for everybody. Your world changing right. Now we're figuring out new ways to connect feel good so thank you Amanda Fair Question. All right. This is from Katie Collins. Female and she's nineteen in the USA. Hey Dr Emily. I'm currently going to break up in quarantine which has forced me to do a lot of self reflection now that my relationship is over and I'm struggling to see greatness in myself. I'm nineteen and had a lot of hardships that overcome in the past decade. It's impossible connect with anyone especially at my age. I know that I'm physically attractive. I take care of my health. I work out every day and only clean foods. I spend my time getting smarter with PODCASTS and books I'm extremely independent. I'm essentially the female version of the Nice Guy. I feel like I'll never be able to give men what they want which is especially defeating at such a young age. Please let me know what messages or tax I can start to manifest so I don't face a Lonely Life O. K. T. I'm glad you wrote this and it also broke my heart a little bit only because you sweetie have your whole life ahead of you and you are wise beyond your years. The fact they even know such suffering that you've had so much strife and I love that you're going deep and you're you're really looking at yourself but remember you're going through a break-up right now. Andrew you're in Quarantine. Those are double whammy. He's your life got cut off from you and your relationship got cut off for you all at once. And so which are tending to do and what we all tend to do. Things are as we sometimes go to a negative place and we just give up. Hope for everything because right now probably feels like there isn't a lot to live under isn't a lot to look forward to but I'm telling you this is not your reality. This is not your future and I think the most important thing is to feel the feelings right now feel the feelings of loss. It's okay to feel sad. It's okay to mourn. Takeda even feel lonely. I recommend getting comfortable feeling all of those feelings because the negative self talk. Take it from an expert. Drew really in that trying to stop those negative voices and just going to my real true feelings It's a challenge practice but I need you to go easy on yourself. And just you know you can feel the break up and feel the loneliness but but if you can stop there and just feel by feeling I mean you're you know it's in your body and your your your feeling stuff but you don't have to go to the future tripping that you're never gonNa find anybody that that you're just going to be the nice girl. You're you're putting yourself in this some your pigeonhole yourself and so what I recommend is the more you can spend during this time working on yourself. I Love Cina podcast and that you're reading books. It's a great time to get into therapy. Lot of therapists are offering online. Most of them. You can do On a video chat and they're offering citing scales right now but they could help me sort this stuff out. I also recommend that Anything you could do for learning mindfulness right now. Learning that you know meditation breath work. These are game changers and since you're already on a learning path it sounds like you're doing a lot a heady stuff right now. You're you're reading books you're smart you know you're you're podcasting and you're trying to figure it out in your head and that's all head stuff but why. Mindfulness is always recommended as a way to heal ourselves mean. Probably most things that people tell you to meditate. It's because you. It's more of a full bodied experience. You're out of your head. You're not thinking during meditation. I mean you might think and then you go back to your breath. I mean that's part of the practice of Meditation. But the more you can get out your head and into your heart. That's the part that I would focus on the most. Remember that your thoughts are not the truth. Journaling is also really helpful and gratitude so KT. I want you to balance out of the mind stuff with some heart practices and that will help you and save you from those destructive thoughts that are just holding only holding you back from becoming the woman that you are so thank you. Kt for your email cave. This is from Russell. Fifty eight in Georgia Dr Emily over the last two or three years. My sex life with my wife has been a challenge. We've been married for thirty seven years after years of silently dealing with feelings of rejection and hurt. I forced myself to talk about sex with my wife. I'm very open minded about sex and willing to try anything that would make my wife crave sex. I feel like if I could get heard. Honestly share what she wants or needs. I could be the love she wants. There's nothing that would make me happier than knowing what to do or not to do when we have sex. Can you please please give me some ways to encourage my wife to participate in the process? It feels like a one sided conversation. And I'm Outta words you're great at sharing ways to ask and say things that are tough getting through. Thank you for your help all right Russell. Thanks for your email thirty seven years. Congratulations as a longtime to be married. Well here's the thing. I believe that the best way to get your wife onboard with your plan to start considering sex could be something that she wants to engage in again and to get curious about it. Encourage it or participate in the process is de Niro to understand the benefits like after all this time I could see. You're going to spend thirty seven years. Why should I care? What are the benefits I want says? Did she used to like sex? Was she into it before a judge she of pleasure? Has She had orgasms? Can you some do walk down your sexual memory lane with her and let reminder of of how it used to be you know? There's a Lotta great information out there to you know I've got tons of shows year and Sirius. Xm I've got free podcasts. Wherever you listen to podcasts a lot of couples you just need more information. They listen to the show together and I think that I love that. You use the word. Can you encourage my wife to participate in the process because all these questions that you're all asking me I have answers but it's part of a process is part of a practice? There's not like one thing that's gonNA solve it all and in fact it's not one conversation specially after thirty seven years. You know this you know Russell that if there's not one quick fix but it would be like. Hey you know I think that would really connect us more and that you would it? Would actually you know being sexually healthy helps in every other area of our life? You feel more grounded. Feel more creative. Orgasms are good for mental health or physical health. So I don't know that I can get your wife to crave sacks but what I can do is get your wife is is is impressive. Helping your way figure out what it could feel and that would also be. I don't know how how versed you are on this. But what turns her on. What is she into like? There's a lot that you could do. You could have a night. That's just dedicated to her pleasure. And it starts with the central Massad kissing touch with touching. You know oral sex buying her toys having her get involved with sex again and feeling orgasm and feeling pleasure. Could I know the more we do that? The more we're involved with sex sex begets sacks so letting her know that you want her to experience all this stuff you know. It's it is kind of like she has experienced the benefits of it. No leg that it can actually be healing rather than just using the words are the words are GonNa Start to get over there and then saying do night that's devoted to you so I think it's a combination of education giving information and experiential giving her. Some experience led her taste what what is possible sexually so those regulations few. Russell let me know how it goes. Okay this is fun for Rock Ronca. She's twenty nine in Missouri. Dear Dr Emily. I recently ended things with my boyfriend of year and a half due to lack of communication and effort on his part. He's only twenty five. I was not ready for our series. How seriously were naturally becoming in truth? It's kind of relief. I've been working hard to keep the relationship afloat for a long time but the truth is we just weren't compatible that I think it's because we just strong connection to beginning and then we were friends a few months before we started dating as a listener. I know that you stayed friends with many of your taxes for the same reason. I don't WANNA lose them entirely for my life because I really value has person. I'm wondering if you could offer some insight on staying friends. How much time is a good amount of time to take away before reconnecting? Can you help me with the situation? I don't lose my friend. Okay yes that is true I have. I've been friends with a lot of my exes. I do talk about that a lot. And so and not all of them but the ones that are worth keeping his friends you know. I think we gotta work on it and the time that you take. Okay listen this is different case by case basis but I never just jumped right into friendship. I was never ended the friendship one day and the next day we were going to the movies. I needed to take at least six months to year away from the relationship without contact and in best case is not following on instagram. No longer being friends on facebook really not having any contact because then you're both able to truly he'll maybe you get into another relationship. You know you do the work. I do some of my best work. After a relationship you know going to therapy learning skill getting a new job and then when you come back together in a six months to a year you know you you can still see. Do we still have that connection in that friendship? And hopefully you will and I think if you let him know and you say you know what? I can't wait for our friendship for all this but in order to do that. I think we gotta take you even start with three months right. You could even say. Let's take three months. I've done that before. I've had all these scenarios where I actually said. Let's do three months and after three months when we talked again it was still hard. One time was hard for me has always still have feelings. Even though I knew we should be together and then I waited another six months so so really just knowing yourself and being true to yourself and knowing that you truly can't be friends with someone and I'm telling you if you guys have that if you have that true connection and a friendship through line I do believe that you'll be able to get back to it and so by communicating to why you're GonNa take some time I think that you'll be able to rekindle that friendship. Thank you Veronica for your question. This is from Josh Forty in Kansas City. Hey Dr Family. My wife has always been very self conscious about her weight recently. I've been increasingly wanting to explore my kinks with her. I'm very much a submissive and love the idea of her taking joy in the bedroom. The problem is she's fairly vanilla and not overly creative. When it comes to sex recently I was finally able to open up to her and tell her about two of my many kinks and fantasies. She didn't shy away from them and we actually did one of them. A few weeks ago she used a prostate massage on me and it was wonderful the other night. She asked me where I get. All these ideas asked if I watched port a lot and I told her I do watch porn well. She didn't like that. I watch porn because of our insecurities how can easily securities around the idea. I'm very curious about role reversals cassidy pegging but I don't know how to approach her about that stuff without her being insecure about it and wondering where I get these ideas okay. So there's a few things going on here Josh. Thank you for your question first off so I've read this now a few times and there's this is very. There's a lot of things going on here. Josh first off she might just not be into some of the things or suggesting. And maybe she saying you know what the fact that you've got. These ideas do porn. Oh I'm not interested in them and that might be her excuse so she doesn't have to do them. That's just a hunch but also would I believe in this this this is GonNa apply to all of you if you're if you think that your vanilla or maybe your partner says they're not interested in in in something sexually typically it's because we've ideas about sex and judgments around sex and it could be based on our lack of education. It could be what society says. It could be based on trauma or religion or all these things and so we're vanilla were not into stocks because we think these things aren't appealing or attractive to us because we haven't tried them. We don't know much about them when we hear something like porn or pegging or all these things were dislike. No that's just that's outside my comfort zone and this got me thinking about cooking. I was like you know just in reading this. I'm like I've literally never tried cooking. Okay I mean I've made one or two things but it's not that I I can actually say I don't like cooking. I've never taken an interest in it. I'm also not like a terrible cook because again it's not like I tried cooking and I feel like like the same thing goes for sex but were much quicker to assign labels to it like. I'm vanilla are I'm bad at it or porn is wrong or evil so if we happen to be in a relationship with someone who just hasn't taken interest in sex before like just literally haven't prioritize it just like. I never prioritize cooking. I can't say I'm a bad cook or you know I even don't file like it I. I just never thought this time life arm and learned to cook. I'd many other things in my life. That have been interesting to me and still waiting for the moment where I'll be like you know what maybe it's this month. Maybe it's during the corn. I'll be like you know what enough with the carry out. But that hasn't happened yet and it just curbed me that this the same way so for not interested in sex. We'll rather than saying that. Like you know interesting that you just asked me about pegging or you. WanNa try anal or dirty talk. It'd be so LE. Let's say you know what? Tell me more about that. I actually never thought about it. I'm curious but what we do is instead we shop judgments we just show up with like preconceived notions about what it means. You know to actually try some of these things. We assume that talking about sacs are trying new. Things are experimenting with our is something that is bad or wrong and again. We don't know until we tried it either so I think a lot of us are just missing out on real true experiences. That are beautiful An intimate and some of the things that the greatest romance greatest music and art and literature has been created upon intimacy and excellent beautiful sex but because of our brains and because of negative associations are on sex. Were not open because a lot of these emails from people whose partners aren't on board with what they want and what they need and I'm not saying here Josh that your wife is all of a sudden going to be into pegging you. I'm not saying that. But but but maybe you know just like I am sharing with other listeners. Here in their questions like maybe if you learn to speak to her language and say you know what? I realized that that I don't even know what you're into. I'm not sure what you're into sexually and you might not know that's Okay. But why don't we go on a journey together? I don't want to be all about what I need. But what do you need? What would feel really hot do you? You said she self conscious about her weight. You know maybe there are some things that we could do about. You know some confidence building her self esteem you know. What does she need to do? Has she had therapy as she worked on herself? Has She ever masturbated? I mean for for many women. I know that learning that your body is magical gift that can produce so much pleasure. And so many orgasms can be the thing that unlocks it and they realized that I'm a sexual being. I may goddess. This feels amazing. Has she done exploring? 'cause it's almost like you guys can both. They could adopt a new hobby together in that hobby can be sex. That hobby can be. Let's figure out together what we both like in how this works together because what sheets becomes more embodied and you know in her body literally and realizes that you know she was born to be a sexual being and she can figure out what she likes she might be more willing and more likely and more open to fulfilling your needs as well. So it's really hard. We go after our partners with our agenda without considering their own. So Josh let me know how that goes. This is from Samantha. Twenty in Florida. Dear Dr Emily I've dealt with. Ocd my entire life and it shows up in many ways. One way it shows up is in my sex life. I've not been able to enjoy sex for over a year. I've a fear that if sex to march or with different people that might regina will be loose. And I won't be able to please the other person anymore. I can enjoy sex thinking about my fear. Please help me understand the stigma around loosen type pajamas so that I can be open to things I wanted to do. But haven't been able to do. Due to my fear. Thanks all right Samantha. A loose vagina is a myth. I'M GONNA lead on some truth for you. Your Vagina will not stretch out from sex. Some things that might alter it childbirth. Now that can cause you giant slightly lose. Some of its elected elasticity naturally. But you're rational. Muscles aren't going to stretch out permanently. And then you regina can go back to. Its Natural Form. But that's childbirth. Having sex with someone is not going to alter it. Don't believe all the jokes about Oh she's loose and all the things so it's not going to stretch out from sex in fact maybe this can help you flip it around here but the more sex that you have with partners at your into that you're excited about and that you learned to get you can learn to get your needs met. Its cuts a practice so I think having frequent sex or having sex people that Jesse like will help you on your journey to actually find the partner that he wants the loose. Regina is a mess. It is a myth. And you know VAGINAS ARE GONNA COME. Dade piece penises very well. Now listen if someone has a partner that is super well endowed. Like I've talked to many people are like. Oh my God my partners too big and I can't get it in. I can't get in now youth. There can be some loosening. But that's only if you've repeated sex with a partner with a giant penis but that but that is only the opening and it's not substantial and it goes back to where it is so all I can tell you is that you can't believe your own thoughts here. It is not true. I miss x Doctor. I am telling you that your vaginas fine. You are a young woman and I hate to see you. Believe someone they know is ago she was loose or whatever they say all that just other ways that the patriarchy is keeping women down from actually enjoying sex. So that's my advice view sweetie. I hope that helps With CD and what helps the OCD is getting treated for it and learning that your thoughts not the truth and learning how to combat those aunts otherwise known as automatic negative thoughts. The do not serve us at all our business with emily. I Order Business Feinman Sirius. Xm Radio I'm back. Doing live shows Shows air there Monday through Friday five to seven? Pm Pacific on Sirius Xm stars one zero nine. 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127 - Why Christians can't vote Democrat - Reason  #1 -Hostility to the Gospel - also -today Race Training at Work?

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127 - Why Christians can't vote Democrat - Reason #1 -Hostility to the Gospel - also -today Race Training at Work?

"Broadcast, my name is Brian o'kelley. I will be your host for today's adventures and broadcasting from the forest in cottage Lake Washington just outside of Seattle on my russian-made October MK 219 microphone and this is podcast number 127 bathroom and hopefully you can hear me there is a sound and all of that and apologize for the difficulties there man. I am am going on. I guess I need to finally grow this thing to where I can get an engineer and you can help me with that if you wanted by supporting the show, so welcome. Good morning. Remember to hit me up on parlor Twitter Facebook at Brian your bro. Let's kick off by thanking God for good health the ability to be your sharing with you and despite some small. Tech difficulties it looks as though the stream is finally working. So thank you for your patience with you know, I always wanted to be behind the microphone. I really never wanted to be behind the the off the production board which I've got to do at the same time here. And so that's okay. All good. And here we are. So today's topic. I have been working on Thursday. I'm going to lose some friends today. I'm you know, it is what it is. I am committed to the idea that I am not here for fun. I am not here to be popular. I'm here because I believe I have a perspective that you're not getting somewhere else and that that perspective has value pack. And in order for it to have value. It probably means that there are some people who are going to take some vigorous disagreement with what I have to say and so be it but we are off to the races on this one. And so I have been working on an article and I'm just going to tell you how long I've been working on this my dad passed away in 2008. Now I'm going to be really embarrassed I get this wrong 2008, I believe and he and I started working on this as a book topic together once upon a time. So I'm at least fifteen years into thinking about this and I have attempted on multiple occasions to put it into the form of an article or a written document or something like that. And one of the things about doing the broadcast is I've recognized long ago that maybe so long recognized that writing is not my forte. It's just not what I do. You know when I was in school they would say hey go do this research paper, right and I would spend all kinds of time laughing about it and I would really get into knowing what I was what was going on, right and whatever the the topic was and I would do all the homework and background and then when it came time to assemble it into a written document wage. I would come up with like two pages. Yeah, I read about I learned about dinosaurs. They were really cool because I just didn't want to write writing was just never been a strength for me. But if you wanted me to get up and talk about an hour, I could get after it doing that. So what I've decided to do is to abandon these attempts to put this into writing and to do what I started podcast for which is to change my perspective on things and I'm going to share my perspective on this topic today and the topic is can a Christian vote Democrat off and if not why not and it's not going to be one show it's going to be a series and I'm going to end up stitching them together into probably a longer. Battery type thing. So the first topic I want to wrestle with regarding this is and people are going to say well you're just all about abortion. That's all you right-wingers care about. His choice and I absolutely care about choice. But what I want to share with you is that there is a multiplicity of reasons to not support Democrats that have nothing whatsoever to do with abortion, but have everything to do with a commitment to a Christian position. Now, I know that not everybody listening is a Christian no problem. You don't have to be it'll be better for you in the end if you are. But you know, I believe in religious freedom. I want the freedom to have my religion. So I want you to have the freedom to have yours and we don't have to see that the same way all good. No problem. Welcome to America again. I want the freedom to be me means I gotta give you the freedom to do you write I'm going to do me you do you okay now the Democrats do not have this attitude about religion. This is not a a small around the edges issue for us and by us. I mean anyone who's a person of faith and anyone who's a person of no faith. You understand that that the people who want to threaten my faith would also threaten your ability to have no faith if they adopted a faith of their own these young people who want to control your thoughts. They have an an Orthodoxy if you will a right doctrine that they adhere to and if you're not in the right Doctrine Camp you're in trouble with them. And so we're going to get into this. I've got some audio on this and we're going to talk about it at nauseam a little bit, but I want to share with you some things directly from the Democratic platform. They publish a platform every year the both both parties do the Republicans didn't this year first time ever not to publish a platform. But the way the Democrats did publish a platform and I don't have it in front of me. So I'm going to paraphrase I should have had it out, but the paraphrase won't be way off and you can look it up. In fact, check me on this. If you want to the house Democrat platform says we Embrace a progressive vision of religion. That does not allow for bigotry. Or anyone to not be included so translation. We get to determine if your beliefs are appropriate. Now some of you who think well that that's fine. The churches have discriminate against women in the past. They you know endorse slavery Once Upon a Time and they've, you know been bigoted against gay people and thought you know, even the Mormon Church Once Upon a Time had a Prohibition against black people, right? And so, you know, it's it's fine. Let's go ahead and have the government get involved in that. Well, okay, maybe if that's your view that's fine. It's not my view. My view is that being allowed to own my own mind and to age terminal my own ideas is part of the whole idea of the American experiment and it's that I'm allowed to have ideas. No matter how radical they are. No matter how different they are for anyone else's as long as I'm not advocating some kind of violence in the Public Square or whatever. I mean there are limitations on what you can do and say look up to a point and we talked about the Sedition laws the other day. You can't Advocate overthrowing the government. But within reason the idea that you're free to think what you want and believe what years is part of the American tradition now Beto O'Rourke and this is now again the topic here is why Christians This is people who are who are and again if you're not a Christian, no problem. If you are a Christian, and for those of you who aren't maybe you need to understand this what Christians believe as a Christian, I believe that I have my first obligation to you know, love and serve and glorify God in all that I do walk. I fail at that. But this is my first obligation is to you know be as much as I can the man that that Jesus wants me to be. It's my first obligation and that means being in all of my dealings public and private the kind of person. That would be a good Ambassador for the gospel. Now again, I'm failing. I'm failing every day. I'm failing on this broadcast. I'm trying not to I'm failing in my interactions with people but you know, it's not because I don't care about the outcome. It's because I'm a failure at this and I'm I'm working at being a better human being right. I don't pretend to be anybody's counselor or priest or or you know minister or a role model. I'm just a guy trying to make something work, you know and trying to figure out my own walk before the Lord like other people, right? And that's the reality is that you know, we all stumble And we don't get it, right but Beto O'Rourke who wanted to be president not only wants to take your guns. He wants to take your church home. And I know that sounds you know, I'll come on this Beto O'Rourke really want to take my church. I don't know take a listen. This is from your lgbtq plan. And here's what you read is a quote-unquote freedom of religion is a fundamental right? But it should not be used to discriminate. Do you think religious institutions like colleges churches Charities? Should they lose their tax-exempt status if they oppose same-sex marriage? Yes. There can be no reward no benefit no tax break for anyone or any institution in the organization in America that denies the full human rights and Iraq civil rights of every single one of us and so as president we're going to make that a priority and we are going to stop those who are infringing upon the human rights of our fellow Americans Congressman Thornton fringing upon the rights of our fellow Americans. And so embedded in that of course is the assumption that somehow there is an infringement on the rights of gay people and recognize when that was right. That was this last spring and so he can't be referencing marriage because of the and I'm always proud guys named Ronald. I think I've got them coming up here Alberto Bergenfield decision. That's why that can't be talking about marriage. And so what he's talking about there is The idea that your church says, I can't hire someone who's gay to be my Sunday School director because homosexuality is wrong according to the Bible. They would then take your trans your your tax exempt status away from you is the idea. So and we're going to get been to some more of this. So this is the demigod official position is that if you and I think again for Christians, I think this is the opposite of the Bible position if your church is going to have to hire gay people in positions of authority, like let's say they had to hire a gay Pastor now, How does that affect your church in there you're going to take away your tax exempt status. Now one word on tax-exempt status that I'm going to I'm going to say here before we go to the break off and the tax-exempt status is A thing that I'm not in favor of necessarily. I don't like the idea that churches are sometimes not talking about political issues. Just so that their income can be tax-free off. My view is that if you're really confident that God is going to be supporting your ministry. God can cover the tax bill just say what the Lord's asking you to say and that's kind of what I'm doing here in this m cast. I'm just going to do what I think I'm supposed to do and hopefully the result will turn out to be a positive one. We'll we'll see in the end so long to jump out to a break real quick. Make sure the rest of the audio stuff is working the way it's supposed to and I will be right back and we'll continue to discuss the attack on the gospel song. That's just the start of it here. There's a lot be right back. So remember to visit the website also and the public give you, by the way. I did read the website. It's actually kind of cool and I'm at home. Sort of proud of it. So if you visited to be a good time to sponsor the show to your right. Welcome back to Republica podcast. Thanks again for your time and attention and for new listeners. Thanks for listening on the podcast on the live broadcast. If you're on the podcast play the live broadcast is morning is 6 to 7 a.m. On the Pacific time on the west coast of the United States. So 6 to 7 a.m. Is when I'm doing this live off tourism call an opportunity limited an order for the phones are reprogrammed. I'd love to hear from you. Either way. The phone number to do that at is 866-898-8311 is scrolling across the bottom of the screen. If you're watching on the live stream, and the way this broadcast works again, is we are listener-supported. So, please visit the website and support the Chicago find the patreon link. And again, the website is all new and I really actually think it's it's the best version so far keeps getting better trying to put a lot of resources up there for you so that when you visit its name, The content that I'm generating I've got the headlines there from the bungee no report now from revolver news. I think I'm going to add a couple of other sites that were going to have feeds up there for so the idea is that can be a One-Stop shop and you'll get maybe the top ten stories from eight or ten different aggregators sites. Also a later in the broadcast. I believe we're going to dig into corporate office race training and corporate bigotry that's begun to show its head and I think that's going to be an interesting discussion now, so the persecution think Christians is a real Hazard Christians really persecuted as they're really a problem. Is this just Much Ado About Nothing and it kind of you know has started really quite a long time ago, but it's ramped up during the Obama Administration and one of the things that was really kind of a flashpoint was the ruling on that Barack Obama made an executive order around transgender bathrooms here is being correct. Learn about that by a participant at a town hall strong believe in equal rights for everyone. Yeah, a very strong believer that I was wondering though with all the pressing pressing issues that you've before you right now. Why is the issue of which bathroom a person uses such an issue? Well, you know what? It's it's a great question somehow people think I made an issue. I didn't make an if she's there. There are a lot of things that are more pressing. You're absolutely right what happened and what continues to happen is you have transgender kids in schools. And may get bullied. And they get ostracized. and it's tough for him and you know, we're of a generation where That stuff was all out of sight and out of mind. And so people suffered silently. But now they're Milton and the question that is schools are asking us the department education for so why are they open? Why are transgender people on the open? Because it's okay to be transgender America right now. If you want to be transgender, I guess that's your deal, but don't tell me that's the religious Christian position. If you're a Christian person that you're not okay with that you don't get to be okay with that if you're a Christian person. You know, if you're a Christian person you see transgenderism as arguing with God. God wasn't wrong when he gave you your biology. That's your view. If you're a Christian he continues ins. How should we deal with this? And my answer is that we should deal with this issue the same way we'd want it dealt with if it was our child. Okay. So how would I want it dealt with if it was my child. How would you again? If you're a Christian person? How do you want it dealt with if it's your child. You don't want to endorse and encourage their transgender Behavior. You want to help them understand that they're fighting against God's design for them and that you want God's best for them. And that that is not their transgenderism and that is to try to create a environment of some dignity. And kindness for these kids. now everybody agrees with kindness and and that's sort of bottom of that I have to Just say what's in my heart, but I also have to look at. You know, what's the law and my best interpretation of what our laws and our obligations are is that we should try to accommodate these kids so that they are not in a vulnerable situation. Now, I understand the people, you know for religious beliefs or just general discomfort might disagree and I'm not the one who's made a big issue of it. But if if the school districts around the country asked me, what do you think we should do? Then what we're going to do is tell them let's find a way to accommodate them in a way that make sure that these kids are not now. I do not miss this flyer. I don't miss him. How do we make sure repeat treat people with dignity? So what let me just here's really Translate. Okay, a transgender kid. Who is by definition? by definition mentally ill they have body dysmorphia. It's a mental illness. From a Christian standpoint. They're arguing with God about how he made them. And so that kids uncomfortable. So we're going to make sure that that kid can use whatever bathroom they want. And that's that's treating them with dignity about what maybe it is. Unfortunately it treats everybody else with a lack of dignity because what the law does now is put some creepy Harry old perv, man who wants to pretend he's a woman who he's not And he's now in the women's locker room at your local gym. Where your wife and daughter and granddaughters are going in to shower when they were using the pool now pre coronavirus right? But we'll get back to that. And so this we have men in the public restrooms. All across the country because Barack Obama wanted to preserve the Dignity of one kid. Now we have to we have to figure out one or two things. Was this man not smart? Cuz he didn't know what would happen. or did he in fact know what was going to happen? You've got to decide but I don't think Barack Obama was a stupid man. I think it was intentionally foisted upon people to have men in the women's bathrooms because they want to create this perception that the church is evil. And so Trump then rolls back that rule and here's the reporting those protests happening overnight over the White House is transgender rights decision. We will hear from the inauguration singer Jackie Evancho and her transgender sister in just a moment. But first senior White House correspondent Cecilia Vega has the very latest on all of that. Good morning Cecilia Amy. Good morning to you Donald Trump campaign on being a friend of the gate community. But so many this morning saying that late night moved from the White House here sets back protections for transgender people overnight protesters taking their bags for transgender rights directly to the White House trim accusing the Trump administration of delivering a major blow off in a late-night decision. The White House reversed guidelines issued under President Obama Public Schools, no longer required to allow transgender students to use the bathroom of their choice. Yep. Made it clears out the campaign that he's a firm believer in states rights and then certain issues like this are not best dealt with at the federal level top Democrats calling the reversal just plain wrong and saying civil rights are not confusing Jackie Evancho who sang at President Trump's inauguration and whose sister is transgender tweeting off. You gave me the honor to sing at your inauguration. Please give me and my sister the honor to meet with you to talk transgender-rights the now I gotta tell you and I'm I'm sorry if this is going to sound wrong. Her sister is transgender. Honestly, what the hell does that mean? I don't mean to be unkind but does that mean that she has a sibling who is a female who dresses as a man? Or does that mean she has a sibling who's a male that dresses as a woman? There's calling it her a sister now. I know if it's a if it's a if it's a man who's dressing as a woman there they use female pronouns. So is it in fact a brother that they're calling a sister? Let's see if we can find out here. I don't know if the answer shows up in this. Let's see even pitting two key members of the president's cabinet against each other secretary of education. I'm not saying we have a responsibility to protect every student in America. This is not merely a federal mandate but a moral obligation while attorney general Jeff sessions said department of justice has a duty to enforce the law adding it remains committed to its protections for all students including lgbtq students Stuck in the Middle students like Gavin Grimm born female his Virginia school district banned him from using the boys bathroom his case now headed to the Supreme Court. We will not be beaten down by this Administration or any protests here overnight. Now this order does include language requiring and so Gavin Grimm's parents. There aren't doing them any favors by woke. Urging him to pursue his you know, what can only be called a a perversion a mental illness. And so unfortunately, you know, that's not popular in America, but I'm I'm not ashamed of the Gospel. I'm not ashamed of my biblical positions and you know, I know that that it's not popular to say this kind of stuff in America wage. And in fact, it's it's so unpopular that if you're a religious Christian and you're trying to be confirmed for an important position of the government, you may have a United States senator who will call you out on it. That's what happened to Mike Pompeo is being gay a perversion Senate. I I when I was a politician I had a very clear they you on whether it was appropriate for two same-sex persons to marry. I stand by that so you so you do not believe it's appropriate for two gay people to marry Center. I continue to hold that view. It's the same view log. People in the state department. I met some in Africa that are married under your leadership. You do not believe that that should be allowed Center. We have I believe it's the case. We have married young couples at the CIA. You should know I treated them with the exact same set of Rights believe it's you believe in gay sex is a perversion yes or no if I can if you if you believe in gay sex is a pervert because that's what she said here Center by your speeches. Yes, or no. Do you believe gay sex is a perversion that I'm I'm going to give you the same answer. I just gave you previously my my respect for every individual regardless of a sexual connotation is the same. So Mike Pompeo yes or no? Yes, or no have you or have you not been at around Communists? This is McCarthyism. This is the Democratic party. You want to know why I can't support the Democrats as a Christian. The Democrats are hostile to my religious position. The Democrats are hostile to my savior. The Democrats think that I shouldn't be allowed to believe what I believe even though the king of the universe has taught it. Sorry guys, you don't get preference. Now next of course Christians are being bullied for their faith. And I think I don't know if maybe have these out of order here. This is Robert Jeffress and I think he's talking about the Amy Coney Barrett stuff, but let's just hear this. Maybe I got it out of order, but let's take a listen here and see if I do will just fix it later the panel on The View walking vice president Mike Pence. No, I don't see what I wanted to he talks to Jesus watch. I think when you have a Mike Pence that now sort of puts this religious veneer on things and calls people values voters. I think we're in a dangerous situation religious Venere. translation It sounds religious, but it's not because it's wrong. That's what she means we shall I'm a faithful person, but I don't know that I want my vice president, you know speaking in tongues before. I don't know if I could change one thing to talk to Jesus. It's another thing when Jesus talks to you, right? And so it's another thing when Jesus talks to you. So if I told Jack Behar That I knew that I was supposed to start doing this podcast this broadcast because the Lord told me too because you know, he made it clear to me that this was the next step off. She's going to say that I'm mentally ill. Watch solemnis. If I'm not correct view invoices Pastor Robert Jeffress is a senior pastor at First Baptist Church and a faith advisor to President Trump a pastor Jeffress. Thanks for coming on this morning. I'm I'm sure that you're having a reaction just hearing that again. What is it? Well, look, let's just go ahead and say what we all know is true. If Joy Behar had attacked a devout Muslim for his faith. ABC would have fired her in a nano-second. But you know to the left when it comes to attacking conservative Christians, it is always open season and you know, I'm often asked why is it that evangelicals supported a secular candidate like Donald Trump by the largest margin in history. This is the reason Christians are tired of being bullied for their faith in the Public Square. They wanted an Administration who would respect rather than getting killed their beliefs. And in many ways the election of Donald Trump and Mike Pence was a reaction against these kind of Despicable attacks upon people's Faith what package and Jeffers has it right there. These are despicable attacks on people's faith and we don't do religious tests in America, but these guys want to do religious tests and and I know the job Isn't Democrat politicians? I understand that don't don't you know, I don't want to hear from you that that you know, well, yeah, they're not they're not Democrats. And you said it's Democrats. They're all Democrats off. The media is the official spokes piece for the Democrats. But just in case there's no clarity about that. We want to make sure that we you know, let's be fair. Here's a shudder Durbin and Senator Feinstein you refer to Orthodox Catholics. What's an orthodox Catholic? Do you consider yourself an orthodox Catholic dogma and law are two different things off wouldn't be read your speeches from the conclusion one draws. Is that the Dogma lives loudly within? Yep. And that should concern. And the Dogma lives loudly within you and that's of concern. It's a concern that you would actually put your faith first be right back. Welcome back to Republican for podcast. Thanks for joining. Again. My name is Brian o'kelley and this is was her twenty broadcasting. You can tell me that I wouldn't share this with the most professional thing you've ever seen. It's probably not only hurting but probably not the worst thing you've ever seen her later, but hopefully you're moving all the time and love feedback on that by the wait. 866-988-8311 is the phone number and listener-supported broadcasting is what we do here. So thank you for joining and hopefully off you're finding some value in what I'm talking about today now Senator Mike Lee senator from Utah and I believe he's still in the Senate. I'm not sure if he I think he is dead. Although he was talking about dropping out or retiring I guess because of just wanted to be with his family whatever. But anyway, here's Mike Lee a couple of years ago. This is after those attacks on them. Coney Barrett it certainly felt that way to me took her and as a religious minority myself whose ears perk up very quickly when I start hearing questions into someone's religious belief in a saying that they're of a concern to my colleagues. Look this was settled in 1787. This was one of the original Constitution pre Bill of Rights. We cannot have religious test that determines similar qualifications or lack thereof disturbing federal office. Yeah, that's right. We can't have religious test that that you know determine that is just we cannot do it. End of discussion can't happen religious tests are dead, you know strength verboten, right we can't do it. And so now that doesn't mean that that people's past history and past statements and so on page like for example, it's one thing to say that I wouldn't put somebody on the court because they're Christian and it's another thing to say, I wouldn't put somebody on the court because they said that all abortion doctors should be included, you know, you can have an extreme view that would that would keep you off of the court, but just simply adherence to a a traditional religious position probably shouldn't be that now there's California state senator who is a gay man who went forward and they were putting forward some legislation and I'm just going to wage Stop him at a few points through here. And we're going to comment on his commentary. I guess as how will say this. So this is again from a Christian perspective. If you're a Christian, you probably not going to agree with anything. I'm going to say here, but let's just hear what he has to say. Thank you madam president members. I'm proud to be a co-author of this important bill with the other members of LGBT caucus and you know proud to say on this floor after years of struggling with my own spirituality to say that God makes no mistakes. And that was absolutely Born This Way. So, let me just stop him right there. So with the transgender issue. If you were born in a man's body and you prefer to live as a woman, you think you have you that it's wrong. Okay, then you want to fight the way you were born? In other words God if God had wanted you to have to be a woman you you'd have been a woman in a woman's body. But if you were a woman in a man's body as people claim. Well then why don't you just go with that? Why not just be a woman in a man's body, you know, and instead of what they do is they start taking hormone shots and mutilating their bodies and everything else to try some changed their body as though the body itself is wrong. So if the argument is that this is how God made me well then just go with it. That's how God made you but they don't do that. They start wanting to to surgically alter themselves and alter themselves with hormones and everything else. I mean, I know I don't know how God made Bruce Jenner, but I know how I know what Bruce Bruce Jenner looked like as an adult male. I don't know what Caitlyn Jenner has done through surgery and hormones. That's not going with how God made you anyway, let him continue and the issue with conversion it already in place. Is that there's something wrong with you that you're somehow not normal and it is those feelings that perpetuated the brutal murder of Gabriel Hernandez and Anthony Avalos by the hands of their own parents children that were tortured children that were made to eat feces that were burnt need cigarettes because somehow they were not Norm studies show. Okay, so they take the worst example of someone trying to convert their children walk through, you know, unbelievable, you know mean means that should never be employed with anybody. That's the example of why conversion therapy should be bandwidth as though that's conversion therapy. So let's I'm just going to talk about this just for a second, you know, the the conversion therapy. Is the idea is someone is having same-sex attraction that is unwanted its unwelcome to them. They don't want to have same-sex attraction. They are in fact arguing with the condition. They find themselves in now, we do this all the time for other types of things that people want to change or other types of disabilities, or if if it's a condition of birth. We do this for other things. So for example, we have a daughter with a disability. We don't just say well you have a disability. So therefore you can't do anything. We try to mitigate the disability through supporting her in you know, perhaps beyond what she wouldn't be able to do without those support. If someone is born with you know, or has an accident where they lose their leg below the knee we give them a prosthetic may we help them to approach a more typical kind of life. So if someone is born transgender and has decided that they would change or born, you know, in that condition and decided that they would like to convert and change that why would it be that we would want to prevent them from doing that that conversion therapy is an effective damaging and truly, we have in California, of course as you are no banned conversion therapy for minors. Under a bill. I authored we are now requiring the licensing of schools and outdoor programs that Target the Target vulnerable LGBT youth including the so-called conversion perhaps for the first time. Now, the Department of Social Services will have the opportunity to see what really is happening in these camps and to see if people are properly trained. So this bill took a perfect complement to that we know memory. So let's see if we can figure out how to monitor what these Christians are doing when they're telling people, you don't have to live as a gay person that you can change that and the places that offer an opportunity for people to come and work on being more sexually pure before God are you know, the strength that important to the Democrats? I mean there is just an open attack on anyone who wants to think biblically and it extends job. Into judges, of course and again a little more about the attack on the judges. All right, Josh first question very Elementary Sarah pitlick qualified or unqualified. So I don't know Sarah personally Liz, but she is completely qualified for this seat. She's a graduate of the finest legal institution in the entire country a law school. She clerked for then DC Circuit Judge Kavanaugh is one of the full circuit judges in the entire country that time he was feeding clerks routinely to the US Supreme Court. She's a master's degree from Georgetown. She has studied in Europe. She has worked at numerous prestigious law firms as he played after you clean off including Covington & Burling, by the way, which a guy by the name of Eric Holder has a certain legal appointment at so she is totally qualified and you know, what as a former federal law clerk who has met and after you can call myself friends. Now a lot of federal judge just this job, especially that the district court level. I don't want to downplay it and say it's not that hard but someone have Sarah's intellect would be able to pick it up very very quickly it regardless of whether she has the relevant experience which by the way she does have but one that aside some of them were sheer intellectual capacity would be able to pick up on how to run and Chambers extraordinarily quickly. She's absolutely qualified right and right and so then they took Tracking her because she's a religious person and so they were saying that she's not qualified because she's not reflective enough of the community or something like that. So shifting gears I wanted to talk today. So that's the the deal on the on the Democrats not being in favor of the Gospel really and and it said every turn and you know, every time there's a piece of legislation that wants to restrict what churches can do Democrats are sponsoring it every time there's an attack on Christian values Democrats are sponsoring it every time there's an expansion of perversions Democrats are sponsoring it and so they're just hostile to the gospel plain and simple and and that's okay. You might be a person who's also hostile to the gospel, but you can't claim to be in favor of religious freedom. And in favor of the advancement of the gospel and support the one party that keeps restricting the gospel at every turn. So that's the wrap up on the the segment here on the supporting Christians thing. Now, I wanted to turn to another topic briefly here at the end. And this is Jacob something that I'm I I'm hesitant to talk about because it's not going to be popular again, but There is a thing going on in our corporations and Chris rufo has hit on this and this is the president just signed this thing on Banning critical race theory in government and this is happening in a big companies too. And so I want to talk with you a little bit about this. There's I received a copy of an email that was sent out by a big company. I'm not going to name the company because they're not I took the the doxing this company isn't the point. There are a lot of companies that are doing this and so the the individual company is not the issue here. It's the issue that this is happening. So the first thing is that the the email that goes out that says there's going to be a big diversity called diversity and inclusion meeting right kind of thing and the meeting comes from the person who is the diversity office director diversity inclusion director now just to humor yourself pick any company and look up their diversity and inclusion director on their website just pick anyone else and what you'll find is that they are universally people of color now, that's fine. I don't care, you know again, I don't care who does the job as long as you're good at the job. Right, but the diversity directors for every big company. They're all universally people of color which immediately begs the question could a white person get that job. If you applied for the job and you were white, would you get it and when they used these percentages to demonstrate racism should we be able to say well, you know, ninety percent of the diversity directors are people of color. So they're Force there's discrimination against white people. Well, you might be able to make that case. So as I was perusing this content block This email that was shared with me had a link to a survey. The company that sent this email is surveying their employees. And so the survey is pretty problematic. I want to share with you the contents of the survey and I think that this is not I don't think this is unique. I don't think this is a one-off. But this looks to me a lot like bigotry or maybe like the critical race Theory being exercised inside of Corporations. Now whether this is being done defensively to keep the lawyers away, who knows or whether it's being done because of full agreement and belief, who knows but here's the so here's the question. The first one says, how comfortable are you being your full authentic self at work? Totally mostly sometimes not all how comfortable are you being your full authentic self at work question number one? Okay question number 2 months. Let's see. How much do you mask downplay any aspect of your physical cultural spiritual or Emotional Self at work? I am who I am. I don't hide anything. I had some aspects of myself. I had a big portion of myself at work. I had everything about my personal self at work. Let me ask you this Christians. If you're a Christian person listening and you work for a big company. How comfortable are you saying that you believe that gay marriage is wrong. Very comfortable saying that it worked. Would you get written up for it? Could you get fired for that opinion? You know, would it be could you create a hostile work environment if it's found out that that was your belief next? where you most afraid of having conversations about race with family co-workers Church community members Not Afraid talked to anybody about my race. That's not big at it, right? When you hear others in your circle make a biased comment. Do you say something? Yes, right then. Yes later. I think about saying something know. I typically don't feel comfortable feel to my place. If you're felt left out at work either engaging and work activity or social. Yes all the time. Yes, sometimes no, I'm always welcome. I choose not to engage with others at work. How about if you're the person who's a religious Christian person and what you really prefer to do when work is over is a go home to see your family because you love them and prefer to be with them compared to the people you work with and everybody starts with the guilt tripping you on why you never go drinking with them. A lot of guys in construction work with that. A lot of guys working construction after they're working around guys at the most foul mouths and the worst jokes and just terrible language and you go along to get along right? You don't speak up and you don't engage in the social activities with the people that you work with that are that are, you know, going out partying and all that. How about this are you empowered as an individual to improve or patch your immediate work experience as it relates to inclusion and diversity? Yes completely. Yes somewhat not sure not really. Not at all. Okay, man this then they get worse. I think there's only two left here. How does racial Injustice and recent social unrest taking place in America make you feel? How does racial Injustice and Regional recent social unrest well, first of all, I'm not assuming there's racial Injustice. That's a premise that they're asking me to agree with. I've been told there is I've seen some incidents of it, but I assume there will always be incidents of it and that will always reject them and condemn those people and prosecute them. Always hundred years from now. There'll be people who are who are racist and if they act on their racism they'll be prosecuted. They should be Last word categories about raised you want to discuss but maybe uncomfortable to ask. Terminology. What's the right terminology black African-American if I call somebody in African-American there from Jamaica, is that okay? How about if they're from the Dominican Republic and they're black What's a Hispanic? Filipinos are Hispanic. Did you know that was Hispanic? So terminology history it says how do we come to terms of the past while working towards the future acknowledgement of what is white privilege and does it really exist? Empowerment. How do I speak to my friends about their racist beliefs? Assumes everybody has friends with racist beliefs apparently. Difficult questions, for example, why is it wrong to say all lives matter? Really? Really is it wrong? How about unborn lives matter? Can I say that at work and not get fired not get in trouble. I mean I might give you know fired for this broadcast. I have set out loud that I think I agree with Mike Pompeo. I agree with the Bible that gave being gay is a perversion. That doesn't mean there's any reason to not treat gay people with the ultimate respect. You know, I I have gay friends and there are true friends and I love them and I care about them and I want nothing but the best for them and I would never treat them with disrespect because dogs are gay. But I will also not act as though that's okay. According to God, it's not it's it's a sinful decision. To live this way. And for those who say it's you know, I can't help it that I Was Born This Way, well, you would not extend that to someone who says that they were attracted to children by Nature. We expect people. I mean if guy says, well, I can't help but I cheat on my wife. I'm attracted to a lot of women we say well, you know, guess what keep it in your pants. You're not allowed to do that. We expect people to rain in whatever their natural inclinations are in favor of a certain level of Civility and off. You know, again, this is a Biblical demand not a Brian o'kelley demand. So if you don't like it, I'm I'm along with you know, two thousand years of Christian tradition and the rest of the church and you know, it's it's it is what it is. So those are my thoughts today on these things and I think that the critical race theory is being banned in the government is good. And I think that I don't know if you could push back against it at corporations, but we'll find out and I'll hopefully, you know, if if my employer finds out that I'm a religious Christian who agrees with the Bible and you know, they had a fire me I guess all have left is the podcast then you guys are really going to have to step up and visit the website and support the Show which I'm hoping you'll do and Republic keeper.com website. You can find the link to support the show, and please do appreciate it. Thanks again, and have a great day. See you tomorrow Thursday.

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They help your heart and your blood vessels contract, because the parasol wave heart starts shearing force, when it hits your blood vessels. They get a secondary contraction that moves two-thirds the blood flow plus to your per freak has moved by your blood vessels reorder, and your arteries, arterial, vascular bed, and all the blood flow back from your free to your heart is bud vessel contraction of your valuables veins, and inferior Vena Cava. So when people need to understand, is this formula, support proper circulation, so you can you see a reversal of high-speed CAT scan calcification score you can see it increase in the curry light or stress treadmill. Perfusion. Of your heart you could see reduction in giant drop in blood pressure improvement in hand and foot temperatures. So you're getting better profusion in cold weather, especially in Canada, a no a is an antifreeze word. You know that the of the word as because the ad aid to the end of every sentence. It drops the of the freezing temperature of your tissue by ten to fifteen degrees. So these as like verbal antifreeze I like that. Yeah. That makes total sense. Verbal antifreeze. Okay. Anyway, do because I know you're Canadian just listening to the joke in there. That's also why more comedians here because comedy actually is also antifreeze. So there's some really good Canadian comedians because if you don't crack jokes up there you to death. In the middle of summer summers, actually, as hot or hotter than anywhere the states, but the winters are deadly today for sure, so scary. Scary weather, so cardiovasc- is great for me now, how many people need it, and who needs it. I honestly think everybody raise twenty she's starting to take even some, those to the reason why I say this because if you start when you're twenty forty you're not gonna have hypertension, which basically is assigned, you've already got insulin resistance in your school, muscle, decreased perfusion, because all blood pressure isn't people have to describe, what is blood pressure? When I, I like to ask questions that make people think they're qualified actually turn inside out. It's called a connection ever. See anybody have a connection when they have an intellectual one you realize that their brain stalls, and they can't complete a sentence just like Nancy Pelosi right? On a good day, by the way. So here's a question, hypertension is when your heart pumps and your blood vessels. Don't get a secondary assuring force contraction, so your functional resistance. No Vinci is like leaving a garden hose out in the sunlight in summer, eventually garden hose will calcified and you don't crack if you put waters, all of a sudden here, sprays all over the place and you get wet. So the blood vessels, basically, if they're not contracting properly in secondary sharing force from your heart hypertension, now that it was developed based on cod. Cuff, sounds where if you squeeze, the blood pressure, your veins in vegetables, and you graduate, Lisa pressure cough, you're gonna hear different sounds basically Stolac, which means the start of sound. It'd be beep. And the diastolic in the sound starts to go muffled, and then the fold diastolic when it's got. So what people don't understand. There's better Testa one called the Endo Pat and Indo THEO. Endo the'll tests. The measure profusion to your fingertips. Let's say if you use a cuff on your arm, and the tests could be done. We've helped Techni on student Israel twenty years ago, and there's two test one measuring temperature admission blood profusion of your fingertips, the Endo patent us tests, I'm going to post the link. So if you wanna test on, they can find a local cardiologists in the country, and it's not an invasive test. There's no needles. There's no blonde draw. There's nothing daas about one hundred fifty bucks. A lot of insurance will cover the cost of the test takes twenty minutes to do the test. But most people realize that not everybody would normal blood pressure's perfusion. And if you overeat your blood pressure, your fusion, drops in other words, some people, their blood pressures over treated, and as a result, or not profusion their tissues hundred percent in chronic hypotheses leads to stealth infections cancer and inability to property talks tissue. That's become acid. Attic. So it's important to make sure you maintain perfusion as you say it in German guy, slot, as at us, which means profusion of king, now, the Chinese oriented medicine is all kinds of devices permission perfusion. Besides the fancy one to develop twenty years ago, but I don't understand this people. Don't realize take pressure pills is not a blunt instrument. It doesn't fix the problem. It doesn't make your arteries contract better. It doesn't reduce blood plaque formation. It doesn't do those things. Now. We add other supplements cardiovasc-. But let's go to the seven center. Just two components people need to understand is very unique formula knockout, Saltaire that actually stole parts of the what they thought was a formula strokes heart drops extend divide, heart and body garbage. They don't test every batch, make sure the bio-molecules narrow biological range. You don't get it from right? Part of the plants on the right cotton. It it's ridiculous. And the prices are not better. We have the best prices to. So let's go through we ever also components. I fight Texan from the which plants from the it's from the hot leads and flowers of the Hawthorne plant, not very and what it does acts like Jackson to make your heart contract, and you might a country and your blood vessels. The next one is, is age, garlic from your, which has two components just to see reactive protein, it's going to also reduce the engine converting enzyme, which is the reaction of your kidneys agreeing, a special factor that actually will cause your blood pressure go up and the next it is. So then we have the kind of. Cayennes important because gonna release veteran oxide educ oxide streak asked us from in your body. You have carbon dioxide auction in nitric oxide, nitric oxide. You can't resorption into your tissue. So your body has to that's why we have our super knocks kaplowitz the taken, it'll release venture Gok say doubt the problem is without nitric oxide. You can even have sherpa have urged to up in the high altitudes and the in the Himalayas so they can carry backpacks and do stuff for other people at high altitudes. So what it does release it enterococci. That's all it is. In fact, had a nice you talked to the I see people in Colorado and probably babies can't generate nitric oxide. You have to put nitric oxide in rice left. So they actually don't get hypertension and interesting. Next next is. So then we have the bilberry, bilberry mall, Velandia oxen these balls one that we have is hydrogen, h two plex and hydrogen. We'll get rid of single of oxygen and hydrogen, radical really important. I haven't might drink right now. I'm gonna drink has got Kita power lacy mixed combine rain make and I got each to six fit. Fantastic. Something Bill breeze. Really good. I have four capsules of cardiovasc- twice a day, this is bringing portent because if you don't mop up free radicals, bad stuff happens, for example, when someone diabetic and form hemoglobin, anyone see Klay Kate their protein to get cataracts is simply that free radicals, tach ING sugar to their proteins, or they're making their selves stickier. So the blood viscosity is increasing, which we can measure Tukwila Washington, where they do laser scholar. I the only one west of Harvard, because I worked with Harvard cardiologists back late nineties, two thousand investigating the cause of asking, because I knew I was gonna find it. And if I would want my dad exposed to talks and died, twenty years younger than his parents and all his other relatives lived into their late eighties early nineties. So Dr Degal dirty given enough time can solve anything anything and I'm not boasting. When I say that I like us science so use laser his commoner with five thousand eight points. We can do a laser discovery and Electra free of. Your lipids not just the nuclear spectroscopy that gives you an estimate but tells you xactly which lipid fractions or form heart disease. So next component is that we have the gingko ginko is going to reduce your blood viscosity. Now, if you wanna components at the Canadian government being in any state, social state once review so that they wouldn't trust Caen or smart. They're just smart. And even actually almost a better sense of humor Americans because that's antifreeze said, but gains are not stupid, but the government's oh, we don't want them to have that they've been stop at two days before dental procedures are major surgery is like. Doc, aren't they stop it. I think it all the time now is a lot better than takings relative eloquence. I just had mannequin as capsules twice today, and you can measure your flood comedy. I'm gonna read to get mine remeasured here in a few weeks. Time doing it villa. Washington test has to be sent to me to automate to their lab and outside Seattle willa. That's the only in the world, by the way, does dues laser Escom Trevor for the Harvard cardiologists and set it up and some other top vascular specialist were working on his area. So I have areas of expertise that are way on the doctor, even cardiologists. And the problem is they don't even know what they don't know if you've ever talked to somebody with her to building a whole store, their lecture or their computer guy, and you realize reached the limit of their knowledge, and there's an area, they don't know it all there come completely lost. Its. Humorous, also, scary, especially if you're relying on that person was your doctor or somebody building your house in wire near electrical and realize they don't know something. Well, unfortunately, the medical profession, Doke and trained in functional medicine, which is living pathology the change in intermediate metabolism of the body genetics. Epigenetics quantum biophysics, even though talks ecology cetera. The know anything in fact, the every doctor even specialists knows almost nothing in these areas. They know how to prescribe drugs. They know procedures do cardio light scan or angiogram knew how to do a bypass procedure in your chest practice, just like a lobster, but they held out. No, the science behind how to stay alive. I do. And I teach on doctors around the world, how to do it. And that's why doctors signed up for my protocols, and I teach the academy vintage environmental investment mess. So let's go through the last couple of components. Yeah. So the last two components are the, the milk fissile at the Bhilare. Milks. This is going to stimulate your body to detox fi and blurry. And balances you back to Paris. Zach. We heal the new reduces stress stress kills because raises free radicals and your body, which we can counteract with age suplex. These singlet oxygen radical blocker fat soluble, ultra Simon, be one. The use of the cell phone cell defense, plus with cocoon product with most observant world, and, of course, the Tokyo, China's took Farrell's and gammy, he plus and if you actually can actually measure, radical load in the body can miss your key, bars, which is accidents fatty acids. And wanna Zien could oxidized for eight hydroxy to prime actually Blasi now, the average doctor if they've ever these tests, thrive all's rotate and ops attractions. And that's a sign that they're rains empty you've actually linked to side of their handed. Sounds like one of those, those little jars doesn't have anything in cycles. Plink. I call it the plate test, you know, you ask question plink the side of their head when you've asked the question of makes all of, you know, they don't have an answer. Funny. Plink plink, good test. I'm sure you see I was raised, although my mom is a nursing code and my dad was Canadian. So I have some of the need since humor of John candy in me, you know, having survived up there, some that are winters, one word that I don't want to see supposed to afford it or call snow snow can stay up in a place. If I wanna go see that can drive up during the wintertime for a half an hour to forty five minutes. I can see it look into okay? I'm glad you stay here. I'm going back to the coast, where it sunny, all year round temperature and this is fourteen degrees, different view winter and summer, even when now it's cooler than usual still. It's not like oh my God. Whether you know. Yeah. It's so. This is great. I mean, we have people report to us that their memory improves that they don't get muscle cramps and restless leg, that their skids, healing that they're joints are starting to feel better out. You deliver on the nutrients that you taking otherwise tissues, because you get better profusion. We knows people their chest pain. John reduce blood pressure proving their hands and feet aren't cold all the time. Rain on syndrome. They we get people say, hey. Wherever else, I'm taking the working better course it does. You got to deliver to the tissue perfusion with auction, how's it going to heal? So, for example, taking a red velvet nervy minimum max and omega supreme pro the other somethings I usually recommend that people take with it. Our include things like make scream pro make these eight fescue care carnitine coq ten supreme you only coke in by the way in the world. That doesn't crystallize memorize co continue Boecklin all. Then, of course the accident. So we mentioned just a few moments ago, and then you can do all kinds of things from prove your heart. We can give you peptides regenerate your heart extra Bill. Pulse Asian get in giant. And we can reverse that with full vitamin k to reverse Kelsey score, we can check in an ICT mean. We'll things we can do. We can cut down your drugs from eight or ten cardiac drugs to one or two or none, we can improve your brain function. So they say, why am I thinking better because you're producing parts of your brain? You weren't refusing before. Why my muscles dot cramping and getting weekend Waterson syndrome because you don't ramp into rock, Shinji muscles can contract. So it's the king formula like the central poll of your health. You need to have this, if you're gonna stay healthy as an adult, I think everybody who considers himself an adult cardiovasc- tincture or the capsule. Reading the thing is going to take you home to see the Lord is yes. Very. Here water is one of these central's of life, pure water systems. Daughter Bill recommends includes four phases. 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Welcome back, and one of my favorite people as an artist as Eva tog refer it as an author is Rebecca star price, and she has an amazing play called Rome. R O, M, E picks, PIX dot com, and you've got a number various, you have a book, that's extremely popular even among celebrities. You've got to Utah social media as well. But we have your own sub page on deal, hyphen network. So, in fact, I want to say that link you can actually posted up in your site, and it's going to have a rotating banner with sober latest and most popular products at the top rotating. But you sell silk flowers has ranged, which you can tell anywhere around the world for special occasions. And they don't violate regular flowers. You. Court to people love to have it is new bed frames and putting their home offices and things like that restaurants and cafes. They're both things roll up. You get them up last week for room picks also. I think I heard you say that you thinking actually kind of relaunching tour next year of Italy. And I think someone is knowledgeable. When I heard you just a few times, talking about this stuff, but man, your book, and your knowledge of Italy's mind boggling, in terms of the beauty of the art of Israel. So anybody wanted to be tar guide, and it takes a group of people to Italy, the see the off road or the main site areas. They need to get your book, I which is what's new book called. I'll chasing and Italy. You in love with Italy been years ago, but you've become pretty darn X expert at it. And I'm sure that torque groups in the thing is you need to do a live tour or maybe went into need with all technology. Now you can tell you do kind of video tour with even multiple groups because a lot of people understand that with technology now and cameras, and everything, you know, you can help people even with remotely going to some place, and seeing different art. So your website offers your it offers these special silk, flower, arrangements you offer information to help people if they're gonna plan to go to Italy. And you've got lots need any website. So tell tells all the different services you offer, and why people need to get back into what I call classical art. Why is it so important? I just think that. Enriches everyone's life, that there been many, many works written over thousands of years on the necessity duty. And she went life. And of course, once grade is that you don't necessarily need money for some of the best, you know, the out there like nature, you know, and even if you live in a really hardly, ugly place, there's usually part gets, you would score a city park or some some historical building. You know, you're, you're in the middle of like an urban nightmare that there's usually somewhere that you can go and just kind of renew yourself with just by taking some beauty, whether in nature or is in architecture, or you can go to these Eum, you know, one day and just committed to spend four hours. They're absorbing arts team. Makes you feel seeing what brings up to you eat, or just even enjoy a garden, any EM or something, something that rich into you and pretty much universally Unietd affects everyone, even if they think they're not art person. Interesting comment, to make I think art connects is on not only a level, but it connects us on I call it gestalt a because stall means there's mathematics, like sequence or the golden triangle, but also connects us to make us realize, although we are individual people in the past president future. Also part of an organism that transcends time space in art does that it connects us together to make us more of an organism as human race. Doesn't it makes us more like our creator got it makes us more like we can transcend the moment to see things truth that transcends just time and space, doesn't it? Certainly I certainly think that it does help us transcends time and space. And you know, I don't know if it reflects a quote unquote, creed or not. But I mean, there's something I mean, some there's something that, I mean, we're something, there's something whether it's energy or what not or something. Life. So I guess. Let me funny, because I cover this and other shows, and I've experts on tomorrow, Ken Klein, the because I had near death experiences person eight and a half. And I know some of these things that are transcendental. What my knowledge transcends above the so-called public religions wrote there, including Hinduism, but his own, you know, all the other things there, there is a creator, the creator transcends the book of jobs, as my ways right in, you're always other words, it's hard for a being lives in tiny space, transcended being that doesn't have time the credit guide exists where there's no past future, everything to God is now. God is wherever every photon energy that allows you to breathe, but also every star system on the universe, and others more galaxies in universe in grains of sand and every beach and every ocean navy lake. So what I understand is. There's a portion of humanity that actually is three types. We have a body, that's physical lives in the it tropic be tropic world where the decay in time space in energy change. There's the intellectual side of us that is part of the transition to our soul. The zoo exists in the role of realm of consciousness, which where where art exists aren't exists, basically, I think, in the Senate realm of perception beyond time and space. And then finally, there's eternal which is portion of the seat atom of God in because there's a portion of us, it is godly because we have known empathic of what twenty percent of us are reading Pathak in Villamor attracted, the health professionals. But everybody has to some extent. Some people they don't open their Ashra line to leave the near death experience and they start to recognize that, although there and individuals are part of a larger being which includes not only the physical things and people in animals. But every thing in the world even like the natives talkable to that there's a spirit of for the mountain and the trees and whatever, and there's a harmony there, for example, even look at the genetics how life thing exists exist, because there's voice or frequency, that only allows plan to express DNA, and so art has this frequency of mathematics, and so many beautiful art like an Italy, you're seeing the expressions, who people were very intuitive and very empathic to express something that transcends time space, whether it's a statue in Rome words, construction of a building in the mathematical architecture. They're, they're trying to say the express that there's a higher part of the human self this not just an eye, but we remain. In other words. I believe it actually is an expression when people say, why don't believe in. God has said we're part of everything that exists is actually an expression of godliness because nothing good without the expression of God wants us to exist, including every atom of the universe, and every star and every planet incentives degree that here I don't have a night. I don't think that God or, or creation or create their Cray, creator prime mover is a necessarily good. And I think that I think that a lot of people tend to think is good. But I say you know, if you will. More of that is expression of, of the worst and that, and then all between and that's why that. That it's in something. I think both are allowed to express the way I like to talk about it is you can only do good. If you do God and yet, only do that. If you're in a sense in quiet place of prayer receive an impression from the crater got but there is a negative side again. Member evil is the opposite is the absence of good, not the opposite of it. So see evil in the world. It's because the absence of godliness, for example, when you do art, you're trying to bring good to people. You're trying to get them to start becoming more humane, for example. I see a lot of young people that are becoming very attached to their cyber phones. In fact, they show in Australia got bones vers tobacco their head because listening forward so much. They're getting Spurs at the back of their skull because their hits. Jack forward so much. That was. Also think about it. There have been as you know, thousands of years of scholars, you know, bending their heads the same way, you know, young monks and things like that six hundred years ago, eight hundred years ago, studying books, scrolls and stuff like that. You know, for years, I'm sure you've read as Hon of books. So I mean, I'm sure there could be certain things like maybe worse posture. But, but sometimes, I think, you know, we're I when I when I put my head over phone. I know it doesn't look good. Probably not great for my neck. But I think physicians that might that I have for book, when I'm holding a book, and I was in English major and I used to read all the time when I was younger, I mean, even then I'm off. I. What I'm seeing is seeing more and more people losing portion, what it is to be human. What I see extreme positions in either warmongers, for example. I don't always think Trump is right? I think a lot of time these screws up like five network GMO. But at least he the restraint realize that knocking down, one of our drones one hundred and forty million dollars is not a two hundred fifty Iranians and that would be an active war. Well, I think the same thing goes with, with our country should have the compassionate here. Lisa San Diego. There's training built-in city for people that are homeless. We have the same thing we need to have art nurseries, for example, part of the reason why these very aggressive empires Rome art is to calm their population down, so they can have a period of rest from all the wars and domination of the people of the world there. So with old Arthur's kind of calming of the soul of the nation and that's what's really important, and that soul of the nation's really important because if we just become like more and more superintendent, in fact, we start upgrading human beings, the interface with supercomputers so we can download a language skill. You hours or tapping directly to the internet cortex? We're going to start seeing people become expert in women and part of our humanity me disappear. We may merge with technology and I'm worrying about that. I'm worried that people don't want to go and child to the city of beautiful art, or she picked your have a little vase of flowers, kind of gizmos a sense of the Arctic beauty that two types of their soul calmness. Because what I see is. I've been momentum that for Lyle, because I think that less, and less people are being taught properly in schools to have to develop appreciation and they're not being taught by their parents. And so they don't really, they don't try on their own, even though we're in the information age where kids now have so much more access than I ever did in my constant search to explore and experience life. Sometimes their curiosity just to be pointed more to towards consumerism and the information age and data symbols, then, then, even like experiencing, you know, why people make all this art, maybe I should explicit it myself. And that's what makes me feel and think about, and then be like, oh, you know what actually automated after that, for maybe I am angry about this. And it's made me wanna writer reply spots, and it's like it's like getting. Your brain juices, flowing or something. A lot of our education is what I call. I call magazine university of the teach people consume the intellectual defecation of the professors, and if they're defecation on their research papers, or whatever looks in that includes, I think, even some of them were modern aren't this like to be on a lot of pretty obscene. What I wanna see. Yes, it's pretty weird. It doesn't it doesn't street a feel happier or enriched or anything like that. It makes you feel like it makes you repent of being a human. And what I'm concerned about is the superficiality education, for example, you don't teach people to appreciate art, and beauty and other things you don't teach people ask better questions. So people are more like Thomas. And art is one of the thing that keeps us to make truly human, doesn't it? That's why go to Rome picks PIX to get that fancy book, teasing beauty. Get one of those ranges for your home your office. Plan on a tour maybe with Rebecca bringing you there, you'd I by video. Thank you. Rome, picks dot com.

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